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CEOWKTILLFJRURSDATtDEO. 13 1868.
. -r.i . - Notice to Settlers.
Land Office, Brovmvills, Jftb.,)
.:;r ---' Dec. 6ib; 15G0. ::-:rp-
Kmtoi AuTKKTiicft : Sir,' Iltvish to
f..- . - J .
pper that', under the present circunv
itDces, and-until lb 8 Receiver cf the
' Lscd Office will act in conjunction with
rt nn ' inrmifrn in rn nmn nr vmt
Tne ia tho tusicera cf the tnice, parties
"deflrin to mike entries can make their
""pi-'icatiorls in due form" acd they will te
f f.led Synhe ; and, when the business of
. tha cfilce is resumed, will' be respected
" and acted upon and the rights of parties
' ho make such applications can be in no
.wise prejudiced by the refusal of the R
ce'iTer to act. Cms. G. Dorset,"
f ' ' ' Register.
On cur first page, to-day. we copy that
portion of President Johuson's Message
' deroted to Reconstruction, and hope it
may be generally read.' It's " interest
..grows not out cf any originality', but
from its sameness to the tune he played
"around the circle." Tbe people's verdict
is ijnored, its lesson disregarded, and
My Policy" c til 1 claims to stand on its
own bottom." the "circle" of which the
President seems . to think marks the cr
cumferecce of tbe United States,
i Thij entire disregard of ihe expressed
will of Jhe people, ar.d stulborn assump
tion of "My Tolicy,-!! meeu with most
L;Iuvic2 cosaplKseuls from iclel organs
everywhere, but with loyal journals its;
..reiteration cf the condemned "policy"
'.arouses but coateopt for the demagogue
,ho, in his "circle" workr spoke of the
:tyraccy cf the masses" as more to be
. dreaded thaa,4My Policy."
' " Its ' effect ypen Congresi was the least
"Lof any document of the kind ever deliv.
"red, and his suggestions, if any could
; le found in the document,- fell without
weight "or Uror. As the President will
persist in forgetting the will of the loyal j
people, insomuch" is CongTess in duty
louud to ignore and check him;', as the
. : President shows a growing partiality fr
rebels, insomuch should Congress watch
" .Lira with suspicion and thwart' any evil
. ... i
he may attemrs Congress is true, tried
and more carneit ua ever,, as to the
thorough reconstruction of the rebellious
section, &bd will not brook dalliance on
the part or the President or rebels.
t The Prtsident, in the latter portion of
the message, adrises that a Territorial
form of government be established for
the District of Columbia and a Delegate
in Congress allowed it.
. Of loreign affairs the . message says :
"It is a subject of congratulation that no
foreign combinations against our peace
. and safety have'been formed, or attempt
ed. While sentiments of reconciliation,
loyalty and patriotism have increased at
home, a more just consideration of our
national' character and rights has been
manifested "by foreign nations." He
congratulates the country on the comple
tion of the Atlantic Telegraph ; and is
sanguine of tbe early completion of the
. Kamschatka and Russian Telegraph line.
Tiie protest cf Congress t gainst foreign
countries pardoning convicts upon their
removal to this country, he reports duly
forwarded and the practice stopped. The
President has protested against the pro
ject of 'Spanish American adventurers"
"to induce the emigration of freedmeu"
... ? . it
dace the a to bondage even more oppres
' sire thin that from which they have iust
, (flan sa f . or'! ' ' tViA nrn!.l tvill nt k.
countenanced iy the t'couctry'!. alluded
to, and the President suggest that laws
he enacted to parert: such, cases. With
O ' . . V
' that Nspoleca has failed in withdrawing
,;" his troops by the time speculed' ia the
first agreement, by which all the French
troops were to have been withdrawn by
. .November; 16C5, end, upon the repeated
. assurances of Napoleon that, he would
' withdraw by that time, an American
Minister to the Mexican Republic, at
- tended by a Lieutenant General, sailed
for Mexico on the 9th of that month.-
After the departure of the Minister, Na
pcUca tuade known his intention cot to
withdraw his troors until next SDrini?.
which decision pur government has pro-
tested against, and hopes are entertained
that Napoleon will reconsider his deter-
Ue- t the previous agreement, The
errrsriioas cf the Emperor of JFrance
warrant the hope thxt traditional friend
ship between the two countries might in
iLt case be-HGCTearei ecd permanently
mtcred." Ila calls- the , attention of
l -cr -re s to ih Alabama claims, and re
rre'.s t!::.t n c:r!rderal!e rts.dvaccea.ent
-. 1.45 b cijus'jneruJ iIIe
Mri' $ ;! - Jtlay. to ih- entlre.xhange
n ods v:j the !Iir.istry cf Great Eriuia
y ths last Parliament, but hepes for a
fiwallt ei early eduststent, acd con-
A . HI3. QHTIBOIPEIISiB I
tinued friendship between the two Gov
ernments. On the Fenian raid the
President very naturally defends his ac
tion as made neceujirhy .the existing
neutrality laws, and says he .hit regard
ed "the expedition as not only i pcMllcat
in its nature, but also i a' agril measure j
foreign to the VVited iStates in its cause,'
character and objects." He says "such
representations have been made to the
-Rrit-QftTgmfflent, -in-behftlf--of-the :
convicted persons," was will, it is hoped,
induce-them in these cases to an exercise
of clemency and a.judicial amnesty .to Rll
who were engaged in the movement.'
Of the neutrality laws be says, fso long
as those laws remain upon our statute
JkliJJPHyj faithfully executed,"
and 'nFthey alone can apply, the remedy
is ' their modification : ur repeaL" " He
says on the right of expatriation," this
"Government has claimed for all persons
not connected or accused or suspected oi
crime, an absolute right of self-expatria-tion
and a choice of new national allegi
ance Most of the European States have
dissented from this principle, and have
claimed a right to hold such of their sub
jects as have immigr ated to and been
nationalized in the United States and
afterwards returned on transient, visits, to
their native countries, to the perform
ance of military service in like manner
as resident subjects " As this, question
has frequently caused difficulties between
this and foreigu countries and recently
duriDg the war be. ween Prussia, Austria
Italy and as there is now general peace,
the President urges Copgress to pass a
law plainly defininglhe position of . this
Government ia favor of the right of self
expatriatioo. . . ; L-. x i .. --!
... The report, of the ..Secretary of. the
Treasury, accompanying, the President's
Message, states that the public debt on
the 31st ofr October, 1S859 was 2,740,
654,750;. Oct, 3 let, 1866. it was reduc
ed to $2,554 310.006. . .Jq.;the; . fourteen
months previous; tq the last da.te.it hid
been . TeJ'ieed . 6206,379,565. .Receipts
during the fiscal year ending June 30th;
lSCG. were $55S,032,620, exceeding the
estimates :&S9,005,90v ; expenditures
during the same period 520,750,940, or
S200 ,529,235 less than was estimated;
leaving an " available surplus in v the
Treasury of $37,281,630.
. The report ' of 'the Secretary cf War
is encoursffinsr in &bowiae tbe easy ' and
quiet translation of our gorernraent from
a war to a peace footing' r gradually and
en rely has the clang of arms ceased, and
this Department taktn again the even
tenor of 'its way as before the war. Its
report announces preparations complete
for the payment of -additional bounties,
authorised by the act of Congress passed
last July. "More than 6,000 soldiers
have received artificial limbs or other
surgical apparatus, and forty-one nation
al cemeteries, containing the remains of
104,526 Union ! soldiers, : have already
The Secretary of the Navy reports
that the naval force now consists of 378 i
vessels, armed with 2,351 guns, number
of men in that service 13,600. 115 res
sels, carrying 1,029 guns are now on
duty, distributed principally arhongVeven
squadrons. Most of the iron clad Heel
is now lying at League Island, near Phil
adelphia, which place CoDgress request
ed to make a station for this class of
veYHa. ' 1 :' " ' '' '
' The report of the Postmaster General
gives the receipts of that Department at
S14.3S6.3SG and the expenditures at
315,352,07, an excess of expenditures of
$765,093 ; this excess was partially sup
plied by an appropriation of 8700,000 bjtt
last Cocgreis,' leaving ' an actual deficit
of $265,093. ' On the 30th of June last
there wera in operation 693 mail routes,
'whita'an1 aggregate' length of 180,921
miles, an aggregate annual transporta
tion of 71.737.7l4 miles, and sin aggre
gate annuaPcost, including all expenses,
of $400,154: The length of the railroad
routes is 32,092 miles, and the annual
transportation 31,609,497.' The length
cf steamboat routes is 4,316' miles, and
the'annual transportation 341962 miles.
Aa to our foreign mail facilities, the re
port stys 1: The Post Office Department
of Great Brittain and 'cur own' hare
agreed -upon a: preliminary ' basis for'a
new postal convention," which It is be
lieved, will prove beneficial t the com
mercial interests of the United States,
inasmuch as it contemplates a reduction
of the international letter postage to half
the existing rates," and other advan
tageous changes. ',; ' ' ' '4
The report of the Department of the
Interior shows number cf acres of land
entsred during the last fiscal year to be
4.e9312, cf which 1,842,516 were for
homesteads. Amount of money paid to
pensioners, including disbursing expense
es, S13,5C9,9S5; 50,177 pensioners were
added during the last fiscal -year; the
number of pensioners June 30th, 1866,
was 126,722. Estimate for the present
year $33,000,000 to meet this class -of
expenses. :' ' " v
Tho . Jlessae cf Gov.- Pierpont, cf
Va., was delivered to the Legislature, of
that State oa the Zi. He takes .strocg
groauds ia favor of the adoption cf , the
Ccastitutjcnal Amendment and fears
that if it is Lot tdopied its mild terms will
be withdrawn, ana harsh rr. si sure inaug
urated-" .; li'i-e
Seven supposed Fenian head centers
wers arrested ia Doublia oa the 5th.
Land Cannot be Enterea at Brown
i Tllle. -v
Capt. -Bedford having been dlv appointed-
hy-the President of the United'
States, having given keni and taken th?
omh of office is the Register 5 Lacd.
n ?ro trTtrfttenv!!!.
Dorse v has besa remcred. Every art
1 his henceforth U ilUgaf. He has no
right to sell an acre of land. Persons
looking fer landed investments snouia
visit some other office. Neb. City News.
attempt to draw settlement from thisDis
trict'when it is known that "J. Sterling
Morten penned it;-and anrOnly wonder
at Morton's continued exhibition of ig
norance in ancingjthe idea "that; thi
present difficurty Here can possibfy work
actual knowledge; that it cannot; on ine
contrary it, will be beneficial. Hereto
fore . when makers worked smooth and
the Receiver acted according to law, the
Homestead settler and Pre-emptor had
to pay, the fees on their application, while
now, tbe Receiver, whose only duty is to
receive the fees or price of land, having
refused to do said duty, the applicant is
compelled tojakijt on credit until the
proper.'receiving ofiicer sees m to do nis
duty. ' iThis therefore is", the" best oppor
lunity for the poor man to get land that
ever has.oflered in this or any Vother
office"! ' .-" .;. -( . i j
The shallowness of tha intimation that
the present situation can work injury to
the settler .or purchaser, is only, equalled
hy the .brawling, noisy nature of its aa
thor . The law Jooks only, upon , the bona
fide acts and intentions of the person de
siring .land, and,,!; these correspond with
the law, and his application js filed in the
office where. the prats and, books of the
Land Office are, kept,. and with Regis
tor nominated by the President and con
firmed by the Senate, 5 does it stand ; to
reason n thai the fact that ithe. Reciver
under orders from Washiugton refuses
ta receive ihe applicants money j shot Id
or could posfibly jsorkan .injury ..to the
applicant? The idea is simply absurd !
The rights of .the settler can only be af
fected by his own .acts ; any other theory
would Splice the applicant. aAhe mercy
Of the officer ! ;.- rf. ' . ':v;a
The News devotes "another half col
umn to - Dorsey, with many charges and
much ranting and slang, which can do no
harm, and must have eased Morton con
siderable, if not more. - VVe would advise
him to look back at a few of the election
returns and see in what esteem he and
his protege are held by the people -of thi
District, when tie can more nwurotclj es
timate the influence his ponderous logic
may have with them. ; . ' -..
To Chas. G. Dorsey, Register of the
Land Office in this city, we are indebted
for the following statement of entries of
land' made in this, the Nemaha Land
District, during the month of November:
Ag. Col. Scrip,
. Total.. 17,746 "
e also informs us that the number of
applications already on file during De
cember indicate that a good business will
be done this month, if the Receiver will
attend to his du'.y.
. Tre St. Joseph Herald, conservative,
highly commends the President's Mes
sage acd says : . .;
"From a perusal of his arguments no
man would gather that there had ever
been any excitement on the subject of
"My --Policy," or any fiercely contested
electibns in which ;ihe. question, of-the
restoration of Southern fctates formed
Thus is he complimented by the Cop
per-johnson press upon the worst feature
of his message the attempt to ignore
the expressed will of the people. This
policy, on the part of the President, be
comes still more contemptible vtiren we
remember with what apparanl candor he
su- ranted .My.jpolicy" to the people for
therr decision, .and the confidence and
even recklessness with which he scat-
tered amons them Constitutions and stars:
Congress has before it the decision clear-
iy ezpressea,. ana win carry it out ae
spite, the ignorance or clap-trap of the
President or his followers. Nothing less
than the Constitutional Amendment will
be accented, more will be bad if it i
. From the Union Seniinal, published at
Hiawatha, Ks., just over the line, we
leara that two weeks since-"a desperate
fight. took place ia Nemaha county be
tween four horse thieves and the SherifTs
posse of men who were after them. Two
of the thieves, named Ben Strange and
Wm. Jackson, were arrested and lodged
in jail. Tbe other two. named Mel
LWn,and Sach. Moony, were pursued by
the citizens and overtaken, when they
.turned and fired upon the persons that
were pursuing them, killiog one man and
wounding anothor.' We have heard since,
that the whole neighborhood turned out
and succeeded .ia catching aai hanging
the thieves."-" ' ' ' '
This , is near home, and we hope is
suSciint to;cause bur ' farmers to be on
the alert. " ' ' 1 ' s : '
Rumors of "a "change sa the Cabinet
are current; this timo-ifsayj thit4 Seel
Seward will soon retire and :he port
folio be cfTered to Reverdy Jchason.
nargh & 0-8 Circulating Library !
. t i i a
, Congress f met -co tbe 3d, heard
Llessage ana aajourpeu.
i - ' Sbwate, Deft
'Tb sesifoa 5was very short and
doae besides referring the rTesiaem s
Message to appropriate committee aj
discussion was" then had upon a motion
take up a bill curtailhe pardoning power
of the PresidentTwhich motion was lost
.,t;nfr nfT ii rnnsideration. in order
House, Dec. 4th.
The action of the House, to-day, was
oxA' jndicatifeTof Mta Radicalism, ;Ly
A A Tf Tin I I ML- 111 1UI VI
the "Teconstruction Commit-
, :B;nnr1nrrinTth"e continuance
of : the territorial committee on Bromall's
i , . . - - . ti "'
motion to consider the expediency Cl ro-
uonaf amendment as' a just ' basis of rer
V 1 Szkate,' Dec.'5th.' :
Senator Wade introduced a bill for the
admission of .the Stite1 of Nebraska,
which wis read a secoud time ana laid
on the' table for the time being. ;"
; The hill passed by the House to repeal
conuscaiiuu tcuiuu ui ati ui iou, m ic-
gard to the ' suppression of insurrection.
was discussed ; during which Mr. Chan
diet - reiterated the charge that a' woman
of Questionable character had hawked
Urdbps'ibou.-tte oiiy.; giving
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thorny a judge of the supreme courL
Mr. Howe opposed its hurried; consider-
ation, Mr. Grimes opposed US COnSldera-
, i - -... ' i -' 1 ?: '
lion now. After Considerable discussion,
it was referred o the Judiciary commit-
'i ' 1 . . i -. ; ' 1 . 1 -v
tee. , , ,
; ,' . v v ' .' ' ' e
, Senate concurred in the continuance Oi
the Reconsiruction 'Committee. ' ' ;
i- ,; , :!
HOUSE, Dec. 5th.
W '.'. f' ' t' ll- j l''-mmtHnLl':A
,Ill,a1ms,i ?-et P,061
iia V'!1 'rirrii1tmfv annninimania in nffir
i :-i ;... i.-
reported by him last session, which bill
j n ' t ''.'.'" t' '-a ''.':''li
defines the power of , .the. President,, and
will, if passed.'" "prevent removals for
j r . '' i
the bill was ordered printed and made
the special order for to-morrow. ; :
. Mr. Lawrence,, from iudiciaryjcont
mittee, reported House bill 416, relating
.' .k "'t
iu wo ijuauuMiiuu .y.. juiimiu .vr
by reason Ot niS Iiaving epresseu or
f a - w I :
, - , , , " .J
ine newspapers w . me cay, anu irum iub
current, reports, provided he. is otherwise
competent. . Oa motion, of Mr. Stevens
. ,. ' i -j '.";" .'r
the Subject was laid over until next Mon-
. Senate, Dec. 6th.
, Trunr.buli, from Judiciary com mtoittee,
reported favorably to the House bill tak
ing away the amhehty power . from, the
Prpsidnt and tenuested that it mifrhtbe
fresiaent ana requestea mat it wigot De
taken up immediately. . Ubjected to and
laid over under the rule.
Wade's bill, to provide for; selecting
grand jurors in Utah, asserting, the au
thority of the U. S. over certain water
courses now claimed by the saints exclu-
'"' 'eaUy ;.ims a. .he.aboliiioa of
poiigamy, was oruerea printea. -.:-?
: .Senate adjourned until Monday. .
House. Dec. 6:h.
.i Washbufne offered a resolution rela
tive to the expediency, of conferring up
on the postoffice department similar juris
diction over various telegraph lines now
exercised over postoffices and roads.
A committee of three was appointed
to eo to New: Orleans and investigate
tae laie massacre.
A resolution was agreed to calling on
the P. M- General for i the names of all
postmasters removed - since last session,
the ciuse of removal-, and whether. the
new incumbent's salary had - bees in
creased, and why. :
Huse adjourned. until Monday.
At a large caucus of .Republicans held
on the 7th it was decided to admit
Nebraska during the coming week.
i The'Nebraska'irerfiser is a weakly
ceccern published at Brovcnville, ia this
Territory, usually oa-a half sheet. VYe
make this announcement that thousand?
who read the Herald may be advised
what paper, it is that after due- radical
deliberation; prcnouces ihis paper, "a
nuisance.'' Oau Herald. .
r- ... .. j i i
. We are pleased to see the Herald as
sisting .us, in spreading truth before the
public. The Vjoak". oa "weakly)' is
about as pungeat as its. editors', Pawnee
county campaign ia 1864; and his '-half
sheet" dodge as brilliant as his, passage
to Peru, via the. back alley, ,durinq the
fame. Come at u again, Dr., Col. Pres
soa isn't near-
r- The " Chicago Lake Tunnel is now
finished, acd Chicago now has clear,
pure water brought from a distance of
10,567 feel out in Lake Michigan.
Seldom has history haJ to chronicle- a
.5u. ' . , , . j . -. 4
nighlier Ct more SUCCesst ul undcnaklDg.7
. Col. E. B.- Taylor gave , pp the official
ghost as Superintendent of Indian ,Af -
fairs for ihe Northwest, oa the 5th,Dea-
maa, of Kansas, assuming the. duties of
that cGce. This seems a too. "close fit'!
between tailors, - and btists''. that. firm ;
but the White House branch retains tha
- , , . t i
The condemned Feniaas have been
reprieved until the 13th of March next.
porting a bill for the government m uem, uan ituau.yi u"u.
And further, hat 'ahv nominee rejected
Doum ; luiiu, iu cipiwiuj) ; , . . ,
worth's motion, its belief in ihe'Constitu. by the Senate hereafter shall be inelli
Cases, With an amendment providing that to n,0 urected ,l will oiler for sale at public auction
: V - i J..v .v. On baiurday. the -:19th day(of January,
in cases of trials for . crimes against .the a. D- mr.Mween the hours of ten o'clock in the
United States, no iuror shall be rejected forenoon nd,foar &'c!oek iu the afurnoeoi ef said
- - c ' day. at the door f M.IIirr,a fTaJI in th Citv
d an opjnion on ine, guitt or.inno-i . n . . -Bl,1tn,. .?,, -vUK-n..-l-
of the accused from, having read ebraikaTcnltory to-wit. JLot tea li.and cleren
UUriDff a IVB UUUl.nan
uasnineton onuic i, .
1: he intended to introduce a
ffi-e ti psldnt, bji and Svith'
aiCe Sndcor,snVof ihSenatfte
oower of removal shall be exercised only
in concurrence with the Senate."
The bill further provides that in case
V-;i,. rr mitrf-rmr'nrf nf riv TifSpgrri.
the President shall be empowered todis-
place said officer arid d&sigfidre sorhe
other person to dischage. the duties of
said efiice until the benate have an op-
portumtyaci ; ana idjj rrent snan
wm w w - v - - . m " I ,
Senate notify that body of such 'suspen
sion with the reason ihereor, which, - if
not concurredrin that;bo-1y by a direct
1... .. ' c A . ' 'c .l :
vuie ur uy iut: tuuununuuu ui uic lutuuj-
gible to hold any office under the United.
States for a term.of three vears. utiles
such disability shall be sooner removed
by a two-thirds vote of the Senate ; and
lbe predecessor of . any 'nominee : rejected
by lbe Senate shall Mill continue to hold
said .office. '.as alW shall. all .'his, subordi-
nates Who may have been ousted,by the
This law seems to cover all the points
necessary.' and we hope it may became a
To Mclinda IUj wood, , Clara , ( .Haywood, Floia
M. Ilaywt.od and the nwxtof kin of Clar F. and
Flora M. Haywood and such ither persons as are
J"!!"'0? ia the E"tate of TWs p a'w"
oeceasea j f . ' i . - - 1
Yoa and each of you hereby notified that the nn-
dersirned i'robate Judg oj Nemaha County, Ne-
brasU Territory did on thclOth day of December
D l86M tbe oI! tb" Es,?t ThomM P
Haywood (deceased), make the following order,
that the next of kin of Clara F and Flora M Hay-
w&od and all persons in fereseted in the Estate f
Thomas P Haywood (deceased), are required to be
and appear before the Probate Court of smid Conn
ty of Aeaiah, at ia .c'ock A M, on the 14th dj
of January. ISil and show, eaute-wby aiiicenso
should ntl granted for.tbesaJe of the Realty ol
?ajd ThJHlM Haywood f deceaaed). Estate situa
ted in ?aid County of Nemaha, aa. .prayed for by
MeUnda liny wood and Guardian or said Clara F and
uElMV. FAIRBROTHER. Probate Judge
Tipton, 1Swett & Cuckch , , .Jt.'
'Attorneys for Uuaidaa .. :-'Il-3t 11,50
Under and by rirtue of a certain Writ f rendi
ll0D Exponees, issued by the Cierk of the District
Court of Kemaha County, Nebn
ebraj ka Tcrri tory, and
j ef lsrownille. it bsia the place the last term of
1 , ot trie Hoc tn West fractional quarter.
iJon ..ix 6 , in th9 Township four 4. North of Uano
U: commencing forty 40 rods Eit of the South
West corner of Section twenty two 22, in Township
four 4, North of IUnge siateen 16. fast, thence fol
Mowing saia oection line forty-fire 4, rods East,
thence Nortn at a right angle Eighty S0,re is thenco
IVoit lorty-fire 45, rods, Hncnce South Eighty K0
rods, to the place of begining, Or so mmh. : thertcf
as way be necessary ;o satisfy a certain judgement
heretofore obtained in the Dis'riot Court of suid
Nemaha County, with, the interest thereon, cost
aua accruing cost, in laTor of the Territory of Ne
brwk "l""'113 Cl-rk 'O dell, said La;.ds and
leBCmtnt8 hav, b t . . . .-. c .
x"mi of "in 1 d
' ' . ' Sheriff Nemuha County.
UrownTilIe,Decmb3f,I3 136. Jl-4tl8,00
Taken up by the under?!!,!, living th Tpn and a
nail miles iortn westt.f Urownril!e in .Nenj'ih
each ear, a little white in tbe forehead.
115 c ISRAEL COTTON;
Taken up by the nnderiigned, living two mile
South West of Brownville. Nemb Cun.
bra?ka, on tho first day of December, A. D. 186.
vidb rea ana wnue spotted Jow, point of the
right horn broken off, crop off left ear. and splitand
underbit in left ear, about 3 years old. 1
ll -pd JOSEPH A BEARD.
Taken up by the undersigned.1 lirlng fwo miles
west of BrownviMe, On the 1st day ofpceinb;r.
1868, one heifer.wbite all orer extent noint nf th
l e" which are a tittle Wa-jk, -uvpred- to be ihrct
f years old pd KOlitltT GILMOHE
Taken up by the 'undersigned, tiring pear the
bend ot Honey Creek, in Peru Precinct Nemaha
County, Nebraska, on the 3d day f Decembr,l8)6
One whit Steer, with blue or dark spots on
limba and body, branded with D.' on lelt hip, 4
pears old next spring
11$ pd . i ... FRANK O. IKYINE.
Taken up by tha undersigned, tiring 3 miles
North of. Drownrfrfe, Nemaha Ciuftty, NobraU
on the 5th day of December. 139, fiwl Heifer)
one year old, marked - with detlaed. no other
marks or brands 10.5tc 1k.lel '. Cotton.
Taken ap by tbewadrtigBd,-lirier.iHj. miles
West of BrownTille, Nemaha County, Ncbraka,on
tbe 27th day of Norembcry 1836 . Oa. 'dask-' red
Steer, some while spots on the body, half crop off of
left ear. two years old last Spring. '
. ?D-5t. e -... .- .y , , iXUEJS W COLEMAN.
Taken up by the undersigned, liri'ng at Glen
Hock ,fn Nemaha County,' Nebraska, oa the 20th
day. of November, 1865. t , .
One ox, white on the back and belley , white face
branded on the left tip; supposed j to be J aexicaa
brand, seren year old. , One steer with white
face, white back and befley,bnlance redibont three
years old . One white and red speckled, heifer .three
years old, no marks or brands. One red a id pale
cow , brandedf on the lefh hip. very dim. about ser-
enyearsoici. . une mack Cow, with short tail,
about threa years old. ' Oae bri le fceifof,' with
white on back, 2 years old. Oue briadlo beifer,
no marks or brands, one year old. One black
calf .ind one red elf last springs calres.
! ,.!.-:.-sl ..j James Biiaor.a
Taken up by the undersijned. liTin-" t fliWnrV
Orore 14 1-2 miles west of Urownri'le, 0i the 19th
day of November, one red steer, Z years olJerop
off both eirs, bnih cf tail white. " lff-St pd '
Taken up by the sndersigned. lirin at Hickory
Grove, 1 1 miles west sf Drornville, on the 9th day
of November : one tei steer, two yeara old j. bosh of
tail white- 10-5 tpd, COXaro f babjis.
Taken up by the undersigned
living foor miles
3orth cf Brown ille.'Sfcmaha Cumv hra-Va
on the 20 Lh day of Xovembar, 13S6. oae orret Colt
with star in forehead, bote hind feet white, two
years old.' 10-5t pd H ctaTTOX. "
j rv- . " : '
'Taken up Ij tha undersigned" living five nvles
sonw estoi tsmwnvi iein eomba Countv Xa-
braska. on the 20th dav 6f November. 1888? -
f potted sUer, uttderslepe off each ear. one vear nil
One red and white spotted heifer, to marks cr
brand.,' about oae yew old next spring. - !--.
; l-5t SWil i it -.'aI!f4A4xiA!,?F";:;
.. Taken up. by the under?ised,liv!D5 at Sinfran
cisco, in Ketoaha County, Tebrafk4 on" the' 2oth
day of A'ovembet, J85,ne pale red speckled ster
crsp off the left ear, splitin the right ear. heavy
horns, about i yejrf eld.' ' J-t. t
-m i -.f . .f vl0.-5tpp, . ... . i.JaxES. GncpBB,
..Taken up.by the. andersisrr.ed. living ti'm;'..
west of Browarille, near Wedile's brid-V n the
IWh t!iy ofVembr,lS53,one Wack., oW,some
"u,k" n"racr oeny, ear marks,a split in" each
ear , and a crop off of both , branded with J P on tha
left hip, supposed to be aboat seven years old.
Sh bill regulating xecuave .patronage, in
litile WH!C" U0 "10 .V"'"C'" i." . rs -4
AH kinds of Books to
Taken up by tbe arjisned, Iividj in csba
Countr on the 25lh d.yTof Octobr, 15oS .one Bed
Iteer, supped to be three jear oli last spring,
with crop ST of tberishlTea nd email: wek
ot white on the ffchliJkonUer,
i Taken up by jhe undersigned, Imng
one rile K ist cf Londoo, in Nemaha
County Nebraska. a the 15th day of
November A., . .ISM. One bnndle
Heifer, brand with Ji L. on lft I'p
about two yearYpJdN. COLEMAN.
Taken up by the undersigned, lmog three nd
- 1 f .Ti 'V AWst of BrewnTille, "on the Z3i
.i'ne red and white spotted Cow., crop offer
lef. ear and swallow fork in tbe right ear, branded
-S."on the hip.dew-taped, about 9 years old.
Onerednd white spotted Cow.underbU in each
ear about 6 years old. Jsbakl COTTOS,
Urownville, oV. 3 18bO
thm nderii?nd. lirinff four nrcs-
North West of Brewnville Nebraska, oa the 3d
day of November 1866
Cne red aoA whita CflW.(jpSsUcd) jwa.Iow for
in right ear, nine years li ams,u-
Not.9,1366 John LG Smith. .
'"Trton up by the nndersined, IWinj 6 1-2 njile
Sooth Wr froni ApJ&tn- Nomthw County - N
bratka, One bflntTeSteer, crop off each ear bnn
d'e face. yeari old; : ;' '. i ; ; '
One red and white steer, crop off each ear, ; cna
broken .ffkft h rn. 7, y-ars old..
Taken apo tw 2ltii day br-Oatober t i
i r William Dornxs
tion up by be nn.i-r? n"d, living rnc and o
half luMmiibi-ve Jong's Undj5 via . Xb-i 23d Uy c
Oh-ir. .nt- Hed S;kt, wifh wl.it.e f.co.h :nd
?j ADJILMSTCATOHS SILK. ;
Koti:e- UMb j(i,tri IbiU u'r5uu..l ir.L.r
of Salo ciarte by tbe IJrobate .'.urt Ntrnnhi
County, Xtbrii.ka Territory, on the lt day ot De
cember. A. D. 13ifi( we will t ' j "
Thursday, 'the 27iV day of D-c-'ner.
A; I). ISrti.at onee'etock P. M'in front r the
Po-ii Ufnoe in Ine Town of Peru. in Nemaha Ctituty
Nebraska. Tembry-.tlZ.r lor slat pubfw aurir-n,
i lb highest b-dder, tbe foiluwinij Ii9.l Emate. be
longing to tbe Estate of Samuel (J. Daily dbcca.-otP,
to-wit : The undivided half of tho Wret half of the
Ni.rth East, fntctieu! tjiirter, and LoND,onefl)
of tbe North East tnictional quirterand Lot Nn.
two (?) of the North; East, fnicfioflalquitrter f
Soction No. one (1) in Township No. six 6),North
ofit acge fifteen (15,; East," containicg 144 !-I0t)
acres al30, tho un.-.irided J half of tho - South Eatt
I qaarter of Section -thirty-six "(3S), ia Township
teren, ortn or liango nttcen ( is) tast, contain
ing. 160 acres, and undivided balf of (he North
West fractional qnarter.or Lots number two, three
rA five (2,3,5,)riaSection No. thirty-one (31) in
Tewnship Seven (7), North of Range sixteen (18)
Eat, containing 132 30-109 acres, and Lot four
jf North Witi : fractional quarter-of Sction twen-ty-Jve
(25), ifc Township aeren 7)Torthof Range
fifteen (15) a.st,coctXrbg-33 20-100 acre, alt in
Siaha County,'. iSabraska Territory The Ust
named tract abo descrihedjs timbered land and
'wilt be sotd- in lots cf five and -tea aires, or alto
gather, to suit tlwvpuTchajerj : j '
' V - wn.!tA3I DA ILY.
.' - J. .SAEAU "St I DAILY.
-Adrnfaistrators of the EsUte rjJ.Saanucl O., Daily
deceased. ' ' . , 's ' ,, - s
S Dated, December', 1st 13 : 104t 13,00 -
" (Successorrs to Sf eL.anllin & Swan: v..
We respectfully announce id the
Public .that they ;have. now jq store, a
New I f and Large Stock' ' of
v ' '
To which they invite thoj attention
YOU WILL FIND. THE BEST
Sugars, Teas, KIo and Java Cor
re, Pore Claer Ylbeser and Coal
' i ' I ' ' . t. I t 1
Canned Fxiotm in gTcut vnxietif and
of tha h$l qmiUUj ; Cahujt, pickle,
(gstcrx. Sad nex, Vlums, Fitu-h
Mustard iWwezleihirc AWc and
We&tenin.exerve 1 hcv
SWAN !& BJaOS.
w.dijuut Untth'tr, fU'sin to c:!i
ptrticuluF itttentioii to their large
and varietl Stock of
' TKiccorconj-frtnirT)f Natural Leaf
and Iecianne and other favorite brands
of Plug Tobacco and best qualities of
Fine cut and Saroking Tobacco:
Wrought and Cut Nails, of all size
spades, ifliovers. Brooras .Sewing Twine
and Scoop ShoreVs ai
: SWAN & BROTa
The filghest price paid ror Cniler,
Eggs, anu couniry procace at
sw-isr & bro
Consult your inters! by examin
ing wan &BrqV jGfooda and prices
before buying elsewhere."
a n vUt)tf-4iy:r; y ,
r- - Eaj Mare Colt
Taken up by tbe undesigned, livinj ia Glen
Rock, in Xemaba County Nebraska, en tha 2i)th dav
of Octoher, 1388. ' .
. One liay Mara Colt, one year old last Spnar, bo
marks or brandr. '. ill ,
; Urownvill Octohcf ?th, 1865. . - - -
ForSale pj Josepn loilesa on the r
Thesa" T rees,iiavi g.een raised frotn' t d in
this climate, and nearly all graffe.iwjt& ehoica
varieties by Mr. Vowell an experienced nurseryman,
make this tae best chance ever ia tht coun
ty. I am determined to close out this atockl and.
w.ifo all tocallsooa. - r ... .
UUj2ufaa ' . 'JOSEPH I.OVT-T.rs
T.'w;iipua- "it an.neett:
flr-tOJI, HEWETT i CHUp.CH
Slilorncns fit aro,
ilarch lst15. ly
- Immenso Stock at
Souihsi'de Main Street bet. 1st and2ai
- - - - ' ' - ' ' - -Hnrp
r.uw on hand a mafrciCcnt stnrV i
- Con.islin of
riain and faucy, with or without ?rinx nl
MATRESSES OF ALL KINDS.
bure a u.s:
Plain and Faney, Marble Top,lc.,4c.
Parlor, Brcajjfat, Cntr?; 3Urb)e fp, Extetjju,
great variety. '
MET A LI C. CASES
Creat Variety'' of m'-!t rinpr..ve.rpif;e:-.-j .
LOUNGER SAFES. WASH S T ANL
jVA AT-MOTS, UPHOLSTERY,
At;d tvpryli'iJiT in Furi,.
li:':f. ur.un ti..ey "lis ?Hl
Below Eastern Prices!
Thrir Kurrinre i'niir-V'' in t-very re-;i,V
ing put i v .i ti cii r w;.: ! inn n v;... : ;t. t- ,.ir,
of the st-abi:shiuMit, ;nd can '.o rcli n.
Their iht 'i-sit'-rt r-. "t . f rirvv,r
ever bvuhl f- th;. nnrkt : .-jci! i fh- iMrpif
bre a C"ini!ct t of Furnitiri-an b hn..
Fair Dealing&Low Prices
Its ibeir motto, and ibey can b r Itel i ait
both respects. -.
June lith, 1868. . . x33 Cm '
1 k 4l. ba2
nr lit I r -iC
St:? -r-X trii o?
t . ' - r ; -y
,- i V) ' i '
FORWARDING & C0MMISS1C
-. - -". - i
'-Cj the 100 orl.000 rors.iIeM,'
At their Nursery 2 12 miles west
Brownville. Nebraska. t7':?
, -7. COItiXl.NANpVNpSTS.
Broynvine, Se&raslia. .
H. W. FECICORD, "'ProFiis'
ThiILaseha been refurnished an nef 'O" '
ap and refarnished under T?S"preent eaterpf.
tropietr, who guarantees satisfictioa to ''',
ay piirjiiiie ais ilouso. . x-J-1'
I I L
. . . r 1 a v
( !T .
- r"rr: '
0 fcJ ' pug
, ZJ $ f
the v. cek !
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