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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1867)
JOHN L-COUIATP, EDITOR.
EKOWNYILLEjnunSDAY, FEB. 21, 1337.
KEBiliSKA IS A STATE.
The State Legislature of Nebrast
rnet yesterJay morning to act opon the
Congressional demand to strike out the
word 'white' from cur State Consiitution
That the action of .the Legislature was
decisive and to the point we are assured
by the following dispatch, which we are
kindly permitted to copy :
"Omaha. Feb. 20th, 8, p. m.
To Mrs. Rachd Tipton, Ercwnvilk :
Nebraska is a State. I start home to
T. W. TIPTON.,u
This is truly glorions news, and ive
cannot rtfrain from offering our conrrnt
ulatiens to our Honorable Senators and
Representatives, especially the gentle
man from Nemaha, and the people upon
the energy and principles of their re
preservatives. Nebraska has indicated
& determination to assume the benefits
and responsibilities of Statehood, and she
will grow in importance and strength
henceforth and forever ; with no more
Tetces to molest or make her afraid, but
with high resolre to live loyally and make
honorable "foot-prints in jhe sands of
lime" to be effaced but by tha tide of
Bretheren, let us cheer: Three times
three and a tiger for the State of Ne
braska ! You man over there groaning
for Andy, Pan-handle's "creator,"
dry-up, all Nebraskisns should ncuv feel
generous cough to accept any office he
might cer ; be resigned, but don't re
siga if you hold one.
- For the past three years has our des
tiny been linked with the Advertiser, and
intend it to remain so as far into the fu
ture as we can see. During thai time
Nmaha County has prospered exceed
ing, permanent and substantial have been
her public improvements, and private
enterprise has been'fostered, encouraged
and permanently fixed among us. Tha
husbandman has received remunerative
prices for his products because of the
large imigration coming in. That irami-
gration has been of a foyal stripe, and
our vicinity has been shunned by rebels
as they would sQn t9 Dry Tortugus.
Under these circumstance Nemaha coun
ty has given a two-third vote in favor of
Radicalism, and is undoubtedly the po
litical salt that saved Nebraska.
In bringing about the above our read
ers all know the part we have taken, and
they'need not look farther than in their
own neighborhoods to test the wisdom of
our home policy against rebels, bush
whackers, guerillas and their abettors
not better?, .We have erred in Andy,
yet then some of the noblest lights in
Congress guided In the treacherous path,
and when these "watchmen on the tower"
heralded the danger, with shame at our
"mistake of the headnot of the heart.'
we retraced our steps and warned others
cf the danger.
During the period of our connection
with the Advertiser, no one can accuse
us cf not having spoken plain iipon all
matters. Our aira has ben to make
do doubtful sound, but to enun "tat plain
ly our convictions of justice and policy.
- In doing this friends have had their corns
pinched and enemies have had theirs
pround. We have tried to forget private
likes or dislikes in our public duty. Is
then strange that we should have made
bitter, howling, vindictive enemies? Is
it strange that we have made warm
Our greatest enemies, Dsmocrats, are
and have been making all manner of at
tempts to undermine and weaken this es
tablishment ; in this they have employ
ed falsehood, treachery and deceit. In
pursuance of this object they have made
use cf every material. Sore-headed
Republicans have had their wounds lip
salved, and their raised backs rubbed by
Democrats ; our faults multiplied and ag
rivated. With ail the opposition that
could be brought to bear "ve sHll live "
Now, in ihe light cf the past, with the
firm determination in ihe future to stand
by the principles cf radicalism and home
prosperity, is it too much to ask cur
friends to exert themselr.es for us to some
extent? We hope not, and that they
trill do so. Let every subscriber obtain
for us another ; close your ears agahsj
insidious slander, and judge us by our
acts aline. An attempt msy be made to
Kiermine us by persons who have been
"cf the true faith," but who have teen
enticed away by the savory smell cf the
viisJf in the White House such a
jhreat has been cade against such an
fcrt friends Eculi aid U3 for the good cf
.he jartj uir v,hozi c;r lzci lit pros-j-sicd.
T'Jt to square-toed Pemocratio
iubn c-r gauntlet has Ejwaysbeen
iLrc v.n dor,-a and cur challenge U
"G'-e en XzZzZ,
Ati Uc.e4 1 t wt first crlw: 'hMJ! tnotijr.."
The Pnrls Eipesitloa,
From Hon. Isaac Newtca, Commission
er of the )epsrtrnent, tve ia?e just re
ceived a request to collect and forward
to that Department, for exhibition in the
Paris Exposition, "suitable specimens of
the Cereal productions" cf this section
of the United States j and1 vge, in, turn,
request that our farmers immediately
furnish "us these specimens hat we may
forward them to headquarters.
The importance cf placing a sample of
the productions of the Nemaha Valley
in this Exhibition of the choicest pro
ductions cf the world, we believe, is ap
parent to all, as through this medium we
can show the world the rich quality of
our soil ; and Nebraska's cereais of '66
will not suffer by comparison to any.
Farmers! the lime is very limited,
and prompt actica alone can admit us to
the show ! Bring in your samples, and
we will forward ihem.
A very praise worthy enterprise has
been suzsrested bv some of our citizens
during the past week, and the prelimi
nary steps were taken last Friday night.
It is nothing less than the organization
dt a kind of Credit Fcncier based upon
actual capital for the erection of dwell
icg houses in this city.' The plan, as we
understand it, is to organize a joint stock
compaiy, with the shares at $100 each ;
with the motfey moderate sized dwelling
houses are to be erected ; these houses
are then to be'offered at 10 per. cent.
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above the ctual cost, and can be rented
until sold, so that in either case he stock
holders are assure of reasonable per
cont. As soon 113 one nouse is built ana
snM nnafhpr in tn hp immPniatPIV ccn.
traded for, thus keeping the capital stock
M.,...iw ;n m;ftn ,n...n,i -.tm.
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lalmg and constantly improving the city
and enhancing the value of real estate
geaerally. The plan seems to us feasa
able, will doubtlesc be profitable to stock
holders, and a great benefit to the citji.
We understand the intention is to make
the share payable
any man may take
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VVe mmmpnd thn Pntornrisa to the
favorable attention of our citizens and to
caDitalists ireneral'v. The nrosoeritv of
our city is assured and fixed, and the
safetvand nrofitableness of the invest-
mPnt cnntPmnlated is hovond a dout.
T?p!fvv WP rlvP tbP nrorPPdirrrs of thft
r f r, '--.jr.- I
first meet;n, ana nope tnat tne roeetin';
to-morrow night will be well attended :
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At a meeting of the citizens cf Brown
ville, held at the law office of Tipton,
Hewett & Church, on Friday evening
last, A. W.Morgan was called to the
Chair and Jarvis S. Church was chosen
Mr. Morgan, the Chairman, stated
that the meeting had been called for the
purpose of organizing a Joint Stock
Company, whose business it should be to
purchase city lots in Brown ville, and to
cuse to be erected thereon plain sub-
stantial and neat cottages to rent or for
sale at ten per cent, above cost.
ihe necessity ot suca an enterprise
and the interest which every citizen ol
Brownville should take in the contemplat-
ed improvements mentioned by the
Chairman, were very plainly set forth
a V. waa a ..!
by Ur. HoIIaday ana others. After which
it was tnoved and carried that Jarvis
S. Church, Jonas Hacker, Dr. Hojladay
and A. V. Margan should be a commit-
tee to draft Articles of Incorporation,
and report tbe same at next meeting.
On motion the meeting -djourned to
assemble aain on next Friday evening
at o clock, v. Jl., jn the satne place for
A. W. MORGAN, Ch'm.
Jarvis S. Chcbch, Sec.
The "Land OHlce Dimcaltj" Set-
tied bj an Ontrae.
The "Land Office Difficulty" was tern-
porarily settled last Friday evening by
an outran nnri. .t,,npn,lnn5 IP nnscihl
than any which had preceded it in the
nefarious attempt to oust, for opinion'
sake, a regularly confirmed officer of
the United States.
On iha prppmrr Donniw TT R it r
if J I
shal.Dwight, made his appearance in our
city, accompanied by the recently reject-
ed nominee for the office of Register, T.
W. Bedford, and served a writ of Re-f
plevin, issued by Rienzi Streeter, Clerk
of the District Court, and taking posses-
tion of the Books, Plats and Fixtures cf
the office in the name of the United States,
To this CO resistance was or could h
made, and Mr. Dorsey handed them
in installments so that City JVVw. We wish him much joy in provides .mat tne president, wan tne con- 23
a hare and easilv ms Dew Connection. It reminai U3 01 tcul Ui luouyuaicsuauBwmo iuyi ia-c: Bitea orsptders, laseeta, inimalss.
. . . . . J . . r,M,- ,! , .vll.v rr"Boxe3.25 cts.,50ct.,aad ti siM.
over. So far matters seemed straight the permit be immediately withdrawn oouse. ne navmg renieaunm next au
enoesb. although no onntnwr. a" ...rTo . ih.t rrt nrrifp. t Rpn. gast, and rent having ; and for damage
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affidavit the writ was issued on, cr if any
was made to base the claim on; only
lhat they were taken ia the name cf the
Bedford was rejected by the Senate on
the 8th. Jf Bedford ever had any right
to ihe office his rejection by the Senate
cid away with it entirely, and he became
a simple cith.es, without even the shoddy
garment cf Andy to hide his political de-
fcrmity. Deputy U. S. Marshal Dwight,
upon receiving possession, and with the
full knowledge cf Bedford's rejection,
gave the Hecks, Plats, 4c, to Bedford,
vfio is now acting I
Thi is the crownicg infamy of the dirty
job commenced by Andy. His semtors
end teals in thii Territory !me shown
thcrasalves fit material fcr ths tyrast to
manipulate. Poor devils 50, lon put cf
off.ee that they would gladly sticky their
hands into bell to rak $xs, tha crumbs
from Andy' table.
This act cf turning over public, prop-
erty to an unauthorized person, one u-Ao
th appointing porter has rejected as vnfJ
io have then in charge, js unparalled ia
the 'history of the cation- Well may
the freeman fear the loss of liberty when
the Constitution is thus trampled under
foot and the Legislative will cf the laud
is thus defied by .cringing suppliers at
the feet of ambition." Democrats may
gloat over their partial triumph, yes, as
some of them rejoiced over the hope that
the Unioii would be smothered in the
flames of the rebellion. Let them re-
joice, for their days of rejoicing are nura-
ber.e, and Andy's sands of political life
?'are almost run out."
Good News to Settlers.
As will be remembered, the last An
nual Message to our Legislature called
the attention of its members to the fact
the Burlington and Mo. River Railroad
had now possession of much valuable
land which a strict construction of their
grant did not entitle them to. Upon this
portion of the message a select Qommit-
p as nnnnlniP.'!. whn hnvf rpnortfid :
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reversed the decision of the former Sec-
retary, thus confining the company to the
ljue of their road and restoring the lands
to market that constituted the grounds of
, complaint." We hope that thiais true,
No instruction to corotorate it has as yet
i ra ;
been received at the Land Office in this
District, yet we have much u hope from
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nsnips nve anq six, ianas
D0W unsettled in this District ; and their
I IJ t ,
positive restoration wouia mate room xor
the flood ot imciigration which will flow
into tis District this season.
W. A P., .1
Has now opened up in the Nebraska
. . ..." . . "
wiiere prairie dog, copperhead, rat-
. .' ,
uesnaKe aci pwi ott dwell in Larmony
I . rrl mm il
wgetcer. ine entrance ot tne.pnivai.
rou3 defender of Andy -the creator" is
tiiec wita pleasure ty. me JWnates.
Thus HcjXqn introduces him : :
"Mr. iJIOCk JS a radical of the dark-
. TT 0 , r .
!uo u; - ,5,ue ueai1 .OI loe executive
branch : of the Government, and has. the
power to remove incapacitated officers."
Morton is too sharp to assume the un
Uenable position of Pollock, even though
it favor fd own ends, but inserts into
P.A.W.s platform the word "incavaci-
Atated I" This would furnish a key to
the situation ; if Dorsey was removed
f0r "incapacity" no word of comp'aint
would have escaped us. P. A. W., in his
private note to us, says: "I do not charge
that he Dorsey hai not done hi3 duty
as Register.' Morton helps Pollock out
0f the scrape beautifully! Try aain,
P.A.W. ! Methinks you'll "save" the
Land District yet !
inflj J.?S Officials.
Chas. Bojrv. of St. Louis, is one of
the President's appointee ; unconfirmed,
he is now exercising the office of Superin
tendent of Indian Affairs: an office in
which the West is directly interested in
having filled by a true man, of tried
honesty and judgement, not a timeserv.
ing toady such as cringe at Andy's foot-
stool. A true man was removed to make
room for Bogy. Previous to Bogy's as
cension the copperhead press found much
fault uth ihiV Hpnartmpnt. crvintr war
I I J - o
and extermination' cgainst the Ind
since, thev sav Deace can be h
thft Indiana onlv bv kind treatment : and
Bor7 - io fatten his appointed'Wers-
issued the following permit:
-Sih : You iaving : been requested
verbally io be informed in regard to your
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rigni io sea arms anu ammunition to tne
l"d!an' PJL10"?" aLiA,WAL
.h,. nnmn. h ,h TTni.pH fi,J,.'p fiov.
ernroent, and are authorized to sell or
trade arms and ammunition to any Indians I
Mnat are at peace wan and receiving an.
rn itlc fmm 1 n o TTnimn Sllp . llnvo rn.
mejlL Xhi3 cf course, applies to
any other regularly licensed trader as
well as yourself."
Here we have the essence of the
policy of Andy's office-seeking friends,
it is, to fill their pockets with plunder
regardless of who else may suffer. To
this selling of arms and ammunition is
thaTnrt Phil. TTprtrnev massacre ehartr.
ed by Gen;grman, who demanded that I
A BWgWU a a iua w a aavw -y
Grant describing th horrors of that
massacre, in which ninety-nine me? and
three oncers were murdered by Jndi?ns
"recehinz annuities from iht United
Slates government." This sergeant ''com-
plains cf the conduct of the Indian Com-
missioners, and says they are f urnishing
the Indians with guns and ammunition to
hunt with, and they are usbg thera to
murder while men."
To this murderous permission from
Andy'j tool is directly chargeable the
murder by Indians cf fifty-nine men in
the vicinity cf Sqd Creek recently.
And to this murderous license is mainly
attributable the presept hostile attitude
cf the Western Indians generally.
Gen Khprman rnMoorert ti-m I
uen. caerman, ca his re.c.ecl trip, see-1
mg thelaliful cperattcacf Bogy'a per-1
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me mnaonants or a prairie 002 -note vBAu.v v 1CWCMWU SoidbV ail Dmezista evertwhere.
mi, immediately tz it aside, arid was
sus'ined in so d9.bg The people cf
the Y?Hbou!d remember Andy-
fostering, caraog their interests, in ap-
pointing to office3 such greedy, incompi-
tant, rebel-loving, Union-hating noodles
as Bcgy & Co. q .
IMS S 'PoliCJ." tlie "CrC-
A statement sent to the Senate from
the Treasury department shows that four
assessors and five revenuecollectors who
were appointed during the recess cf the
Senate in 1SG5 and who were not Lomi-
nated last winter were continued in odice
after the last adjournment. It also shows
that these officers, in violation of law.
were paid $4,0-16 in salaries and allowed
S12.S36 in commissions. Most cf these
, persons are still in office, though there
appointments have never been confirmed
and were not laid before the Senate un
til within a month.
Democratic Wisaop and Honesty.
We were amused andTpained the other
day to hear the arguments and honesty of
spme of our Democratic friends. When
we came with in ear shot about the first
sentence we heard was: "Well, Nemaha
cocntv has made a nrettv G d ' dr d
- 1 1 -
d d fools to. the Legislature; G d
d d 'em, what have they to do with the
education of the G d d d nigger, d d
em." Democrat No. 1 having fairly es-
hausted himself Democrat No. 2 opened up
thus : "Yes, and worse, this nigger edu
I . v s
cation law says, so I'm told, that if I de
sire to educate "my children at home free
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vnn pity ror me wt speaker ana
a silent prayer for the first, we left 'em,
noping mai even taey mign; ce '-.eaucaj-
! .V. .1 - t.t..J .
ed up to the pint'
The Louisiana Bill.
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The bll yhich passed the House on
M21 for the reorganization of Louisiana
l. A.11L.U ... .L..U
u.it r : i n :t
puim a a iutnaiauii kjmum
tu,, u SuaU ua.s ..-
n fx va tvarM a wK aKaI Kama mm ih.
cations prescribed for the Governor, and
uu au B,u.B
Powers that all officers of State gene-
n . i-.i. rr. A-ii u
raiij exrcISe. x,acu OUK?T suau
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on June ls jb
II male citizens of
twenty-one years, without distinction of
race or color, who have resided in the
State one year, and have never aited the
rebellion, shall have the right to vote for
Governor, State officers and members of
the Legislature ; that in October next an
election by such qualified voters shall be
held for members of a Convention to form
o n ; . .l-.'.u-
Of War Shall ISSUe Orders to regulate
u 1 t. . u' . . .' U II
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these elections ; that th, constitution shall
not permit any diftincticn on account of
race or color, and shall prohibit the pay
ment of any debts cortracted in behalf
of fie rebellion, and shall recognize the
perpetual union of the States; that the
President shall forthwith appoint a mili
tary commander for the State, who shall
enforce the laws, which the civil author
ities neglect; that no laws passed by the
provincial council shall be valid till Con
gress shall approve thpn ; that all laws
of the Slate consistent wnh this act shall
remain in force.
.The Test OatU.
The Supreme Court's decision of the
Unconstitutionality of the Congressional
T... Ch . nnHpd tn th ndmissmn nf
a lw. wu.u, r I " I
lurabia- The decision was made upon a
molioa 10 adrail AIlen R Ma3ruJ, a
,rg,oia "bel. 1 he motion vas de-
i. .b aa a .(.. .a
niea upon me .rounu teat tne uecision
. J. ?
was noimanuatory upon lnrenr courts,
lhat a11 court3 Possess lhe erent right
t0 "gulate their own rules of practice,
including admission to and dismissal from
the bar. This geaty weakens the force
0f -the Sft-ijme Couru decision, which
was made by a bare majority cf one on
a full bench.
The "Gunpowder Plot"' in St. Joseph
has taken a gather curious turn. Rosen-
thai charred upon the amdavit of De-
mond .id. auempdngto blow Dp his
store with unpowder has brought suit
against iemond, cnargin mm witij tne
act i3 P him, Rosenthal, out of his
to character and business sets his damage
at.$20,000. Rosenthal's two clerks have
also suid Demond for damage at 510,000
The Senate committee on Public Lands
on the 11th reported a bill requiring the
general goTernment to assume .the trust
of taking eight ranred thousand acres
of Cherokee neutral lands of Kansas un
der the proposition .ei" the treaty of Jat
August, at one dollar per acre, payable
in tends. The bill further rnakes these
lands subject to sale to actual settlers at
.Cne Collar and & quarr .per acre m the
The UOJoraaO retO has JDOt Tet been
. a j . t , ,
acted upon, and seme doubt is felt 23 ta
its ultimate passage. "
ians ; wyers 10 practiCB iu o uurl3, Uj CosTAy;DepoV43t, Broad- de4lr imation
I v ...!. II ii n t I t2fSill Vi all rrnTTi'. iranaliar. I
nA .:,k been sei asiae oy juuge. warier ut tue way,.i.i. .., .;.
me Court of the District of Co- . 4 . ,r. ,
Aa Old Bens, Sst to a csij T?r.o
M tpriity nfprotcc$
Jlnti and lioacke
i'rom thiir hole come out.
And 2fin and Ratt,
In avite of cat,
Gaily tiip about.''
"IS years established in N.Y. City."
"Only infallible reinedj knoTfl."
"Free from roWons." . '"
'NotdaDgeroua to the Euman Family.'
"Rats come oat of their hole to die."
"Cost&rV Hat, Itoach. &e. Extemiaatixs
ll a piste OBed for Uatt, Mice, Roaches,
Iilaci and red AnU &o ., Ac, Ac,
"COSTAK'S" Bed Bug . Exteroin&tor.
In a liquid or wash ujed to destro.7. and
a preventatire fur Red-BujM, dc.
COSTAR'S" Electric Powder for Insects
ia for JJothi, Moqnitoe, FUa, B.l-Bug,
Hccit on plant, fowl, Avivics. Sc.
rrrr 1 Beware t ! ! of all wor tllesa imitalio as
ff See that "Costar's" name'is oa each Box,
r37Addrejs. " HENRY R, COSTAR,
rtr.t.ttrv an.! 1-la.afc. tofore TOP OTlTi
- ' isip j.;. v.. V,t
Sold in Brofcnville, ebraka by
Ijloliadah & Compaaj.
And by all Draggutu and ReUileri.
....jilu u-n.. r .1.1 T J
I . v. .
-And tj uull&dax a lu.. urwnyjiieeb
C Q S T A B ' S
For Cora?, Bunions, Warts, -e.
STBoTes, 2 cts.. 50 cU
STBoTes, 25 ctg.. 50 cta and $1 sizes.
""' ""-?" .
j a-ST-And ty Ukxry K. IzOSTIB. Uepot 484, Uroad-
tgy-And by HOLLADAY A CO, Erowrilie, Neb
, FRIPAEATION or
Bitter Sweet and Orange Blossoms
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Used to Soften and Beautify the Skin, remove
Freckets, Pimples, Eruptions, Ac
to" "V,"1" " ".
r-j, . : j r .... .t
UUI tlCS, pl.
For Oongh3, Cold, Hoarse Sore Throat,
Croup. Whooping Cough, Inilaenza, Aithma, Con
t p....i;.i ir.;ni. j . u r . :
the. Throat and Lbd.
tiTAnd by IIsxbt B. Costas, Depot 43i Broad-
ETAnd by HOLLADAY 4 CQ, ErowBTiii,sebf
k U5IYER3H. DIXSEB I?ILL,
Par Kurrnni tnl RTV T7-. ..I. . rt....
Indigestion, Dyspeis, Blllionsneaj. CoaitfMtian
Diarrhea, ColieTfcbUU.Terer.. and a21
niiMn.t r V r: . : t
rJTB.jxei, 25 cU 50 cm..-add SI s
LL. . .6Pft,!l lxnf?itier7wher.
--ca ty uarsr . Custar, Depot 4Si Broad-
wyrv. V. .
, For CuU, Haras. Bruises, Wonnds, Boili, Cancers, P rtr, a sumciert guaraatee, of iti efficacy. Price
tne Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Bleeding, Blind and l"'t'f"? M ?ef; fy ffi1J- S-Pia, on receipt ef
Fa,nruinie3,croraioas, rotrid ana m conai- .i' - BSBGEB, SHT7TT3 CO., Chemist.
' tionsd Sore ; Uleerf, Glandular Swehmgs, Erap- feb 20 ly "J' 285 River St Troy N. T
tioai. Ctneoa Afieetions, Rinrwarm, Itch Corns '. ', ,
iinhhlJL01jLLJ1Y 'BTU:i,ir.b."M2to..'1-r- kADA n. a. pkrbigo, '
770HCED to grot
cnon th e smoothest fce Jft
ihrao tA f.a w(?ks by uicg Dr. SEVIGNB'S
ytixAIR3, the most wobiierfnl dlaco'Tel 'la modsrn
Mt'gnce, acrt'eg n?on the Beari and Hair la a almast
rrt'-acaloni BianrSf. It lias been Bed btii ellteof
ij and London -wiib tbe mott Catterlns sncce:
HtmeitJ ki ?arehssra will re legistered, and if en
tire ti!ifactiUi is not glven in eTery innnce ;the moo
ey w ill be cteerfultf refnnded. Price by mail, sealed
aad postpaid, $1. Discri;tive circulars and testimo
nials nailed free. Aiiiresi BEROER SHUTT3 & CO.,
Ko. 2S5 Kier Street, Tt j, New York, Sole agenta tor
the United States. .Feb 23 67 ! y
Aubum, Golden, Plasca ScSillicn
PTtOEC'CSD by the cse of Prof DE3P.EUX ntI3Ka
i,B cnXN'EUX One application warranted to curl
the most itraU-'bt ard stubborn hair of eitDer sex Into
wary ring'.ei!, or heavy massi e curls. Has ueen used
by the fashionables of Paris and London , wiih the
most gratifjriR results. l),es no injury to the hair.
Price oy mail, teiled nd postpaid, at. "DewrlptiTe
Circular mailed fre. Addresa BKitOEK, SUL'TT3
oc CO., Chemists, No. 2S3 Hirer Street, Troy, Mw
York, U:e Agenu for the United State feb 20 S7 ly
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
To the ladies especial I j, this invaloable depllatnry
recommends itaU beioj an almoot iadoapensible
article to female beacty. Is easily applied, doea not
barn or injure the skin, but acts Jirectl? on the rocts
it is jirarrnted iv refliov gapfcriTinMia ftir from
tally an radically eztirpatiosr tae same, iearing
ilea soft, inooth and natural. This is the only article
used by tie Erench, and is tne only real effectual da
pllatory in existence. Price 15 cents per package,ect
aid, to any addre.s, on receipt of an order, by
RUEa,SaUTT3 & COv, Chemista,
286 Eiver St., Troy, N. T.
There cmet' glad tidings of joy to all
To young and to old,, to gret and ) small,
The beauty which once was so precious and rare.
Is for all, and all may bo fair.
By tho fcss Of
For ImproTicit and Beautifying the Complexion.
The nioet valuable anj perfoct preparation in use.for
Slvmff the skin a beautiful pearl-l!kc tiat, that is only
found in yooth. It quickly removes Tan. Freck'es,
Pimples, Blotches, lloth Patches, Sallowness. Brap-
tlons, and all imparities or the skin, kindly healing
the the thin white and clear as alabaster. Its use can
not be detected by the closest scrutiny, and beina
vegetable preparatin is perfectly harmless. It is
only article of the. kind used fcy the French, and is con-
sldered by the Parisian as ipdisptnsable to a perfect
Ullet. tpwansa of 30,000 hotties were sold dur last
-a-iX J JL JlUJJ
nrrnTTn -rv tv-vn n rr -r-i -t-i
- - w
.'M I n H. K il I f 1VI I 1 H M
k oi w jui vr -i. -- -
can be cured cerm.'inftntlv anii at a tri Hi nr .,
utu vj tiio U.B or xi. JUIil V aus 3 ..lXii.
TDe asoD!.tne unccPKH whirh h. .tt.nH.i .:. i
vaiuabla medicine for Physical and Nervous Woakn
oenerardeotmy arid Prostration, Loss of Muscular
Energy, Impotency or ary of the consequences of
prirparation ever diaruverel.
It will remove a 11 nervoua affecUons, depression, el
cltement, incapacity to study or business,-lora of aiem
ory, confusion, taouhwof seif-destructtort, Oars of in
a . . . ... . . ' ' ' V - -
anity,&c. ft will restore the aDoatita. rnw th
neann 01 tnose wno Dave destroyed it by sensual ex
r'Tr?.1: . ... . .
t:T;:..::. u,"r. . 7?CK.W?C
lay for the Elixir, and be af onca.Test.1-.1 tn hiih
iivtuii UUI hHIJfl WlLOflUL QA
happiness. A Perfe.t Cure is GuarantPRd in avrv
stance. Price, $1' or fdnr bottles to ons addra.
-...-, u .uuciik truecv a cure in an oraiim-
aCf.sn r.o rmvir.rtc.a -.., .
Iti. Ki.lfT. 1. .t.m..;...4 . ..-. . .. ..
ALSO, DR. JOIXVILLK'S SPKCTFin PIT T.JT Wtnr
IP epeaay anu permanent cure of Gonorrhea. Gleet.
iremrai yiscnarges, Oravel. Stri.nra. and all affpe-
uons 01 tne Kidneys and Bladder. Cures frctad m
from one to Ave dsys. Ti.ey are nrerarad from vant-
able extracts that are harmless on the system, and nev
er nauseate the stomach or impreKnate the breath.
No change of diet is necessary while usin theui, nor
doaa thair arti,.i In an-r ,n.- T;.w w....
ness pursuns. irice, $1 per box.
j . i-iici u i r wnu .un
JCither or the above-mentioned articlas will he aant
to any address closely sea eil. inrl D.t n.i.i h. m.i i
r express, on receipt ot prUe. Add-esse all orders
BEKGKR, SHPTT3 k Co., Chemlats.
toany aouress ciuseiy sealel,
feb 20 ly
2S5 Hirer St.; Xroy,N. T.
Free to Everybody,
A Large 6 pp. Circular, givlnj information of tje
greatest iuipottance to the young of buth sexes.
It teaches how the homely may become beautifu!,the
despised respected, aod the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should tail to send their
Address, and feci'.ie a copy post-paid, by return mall.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
feb 20 m Troy, N. T.
Wonderful but True.
MADAME liEMIXCTOX the world-renowned As
troiogist and Somnambulistic ClairTsm, while in a
clairvoyant state, delineates the very features of the
person you r to marry, and by the aid of an instru
ment of intense power, known as the Physchomotrope,
guarantees to produce a perfect and life-like picture
of the futurf husband or wife of the applicant, with
date of marriage, occupation, leading traits' of charac
ter, $c. This is no imposition, as testimonials with
out number can assert. ' By stating place of birth, age.
I - - ' -
diSDOsition. color of eres and hair, and encloiinr tittw
cents, and stamped envelope .dressed to y.ur.ejf.yoa
I ,,, . . . .
cooCJence, Madame Cutiudi
Box J37,West Troy.N T feb 20 Ij
jssta Young Lady retur-
nicg to her country home, after a sojourn o few
months ln the City, was hardly recognised by her
fmcds. In place of a coarse, flushed face, she bad a
soft ruby complexion of almost marble smoothness and
instead f twenty-three she really appeared but elgh
teen. Upon Inquiry as to the cause of o great a change
she plainly told them that she used the CIRCAS
SIAN J3A1.1I, and considered It an lnvatu;ble ac
quisition to any Lady's toilet. Br its use any Lady or
Ceutleman can improve their personal appearance an
bondcrd fold. It ia simple in its combination, as Ka
inre herself it simple, yet snsurpusted in its efficacy
in drawing impuri.ea from, also healinjj and beauti
fying the skin ,nd coaBpItxicn. By Its direct ictlon on
ths cuticle it draws from it all its ' Impu.'iUes, kindly
healing the same, and leaving the. aurface aa Kature
Intended It abould be, clear, soft, sniwth and beautiful
Ljef by W. L CLABt CO., Chemist. .
Pr:e 11. sent ty iii.il or xnr.44.nn r-.in, ,
feb 30 ly No. 3 West Payatte St., Syracc se, N. T.
The only American Agenta for the kale of tbe same.
fSlf. a-TVatT1 h ci .finl. A
AT THE WOKDEarCL BETXJLATIOXS
XADS BT TUB GKZaT AST20LOGI3T,
!SirX-cl .xno ZX 3.. 2?orricOi
Lhe reveals secrets no mortal ever knew s.
tores to happines itiyt who. frcm aietnt ...,.
catastrojhes, erossea In love, losa 'of relsfclolis and
friends, loss of moaey. Ac, hare become despondent.
Sbe brinea together those lonn separated, girea infor
mation concernin,; :.se-.t friends or lovers, rore
lost or stolen property, tells you the bu-unei y.ia are
best qualified to pursue and in wn,t you win be mot
successful, eausca sreJy marri.jges anl tells you the
?er day yem will marry, give yen the nm,
ness and characteristic of tbe pars-.n. ffhe reads your
yery thoughts, aod by htr almost aerastoril powers
eaveiis the dark and bid Jen mysteries of te future
From the stars we see in the flrnument -the maie3c
fctars that overcome or treoominatn in t i.-.
tiea-.froca the aspects and posi:k.ns of the placeTa anl
. fixed stars la the heavwis at the time of birth she
f,DC.tt&ef?tare.de8tinT cf mau- o,b-
uit the greatest Astrolrgist on earjh. It costs yon
du a triue, aai rou mar never as-sin h,. .
ble an opportunity.'- -Consultation fee. " wit likanpsi
and all desired Information. l. p.;i,. i .i-".'"
distance can consult the Madame by mall with enual
?'e 7. it,sflc4iol themselves; as if tn person.
t "d "P't.written out, with all inxre.
answered and likenesa enclosed. ),nt hf moll f.n - A.
ceiptof aoove mentiuned. The strictest se:rwv will
njaintained. and all correDun.ls.c returnl or da.
atroyed. Keferencea U the highest order furnished
ul0wMmng Uieia- Write P'inlT
mocth.nd year m which you were bom, enciosm a
Madame 2. r. TnoasTo. ti, P
troioiist, ClairToysint acd Psyrhtm
asloDished the r;entj2c t!aesottit 0
now located fcerseit at Uudc, S. r
. . Aliv,
un possess sticq wonnerfni powers of
to. fTi-'jia her to lm-art knowiedjj
pcrtauce to the Ringie or married of i,v '
In a'feiate of traBce. she deii71eat-.1v
of'lbe F'foQ roa are to rurry, m.j j;
taitrauMsnt of iniensi power, kaowa u iT
- Mil, ,
otrope, r -arantec to protfect t life-l; t .
future h!JsSand or wlfs of tlVp!ica vl
data of ciarrUge, poaiiioa to' !!., Je;
ctarcter, ic. TU is no hu'w
testiaconla! can a-?rt. S'ae wi:Vse '
acert.Oedcen: - rltua rnn
j.ictnre is wfci; ,,'u, By fcaj
Ixi of hair, a-, pUc of bi'fth .""!?''
- 1111; Cfnrii
esvelope a.$urkSl to joarself, 70a
picture and desire-l'lif jrmalioo by rsmra
com;nuuicationi crp!!T e,w fl.ion .
fob 20 ir
Madams a. p. Ta,
Oh ! she wm ti'xotirul and fir
. . "ith starry eyas, and radiant hiir
Whose ccr'.iai tocdrili oft, eai:ai
Ichaiced the Tery hdart n3 fcai
ems it. r co3u.
For Curling the Hair cf ei:f
il T -
By nsingthis article Lidies and Seat .
tirj-thennelrea a thoutand fold. ItiitbaJ:
Kw 1 cie in ;ne wor; j ir win tnrl atriigit iwr
r. la in tha wor! J tr.t will rnrl ..,,..
tbe same time ge a beta:.al,
The Crlspr Com not only4 euri Ue h;t
ate, beautifies ud ciOan-.es ii j i 6,
nuj pciiQuiea, mu is in mu.t cwnipm
the kind ever offered to the- A met it. a nuv.. '
per C'jma will be seut to ny ii.re. v-j,
pua iui fit- nurci w oraers to
feb SO i . No 3 Wsot i ajetta Sirek SttZ!
; prow awsy your fa'.sa friztes, yonr iwitrto
i. r.ruLiiB ot cuintur., aiHi not-worth alii
Come aged, come youthfT:!, come njiywdtilt
auu rejuito in jomt owq azariaat hir
Eor restoring hair npon bid heads frmm .
cause it may hare faileo out) and forciuj p
hair upon the ace, it has no equal, u r.iiir,
heard to grow opon the smoothest fact la trim
to eight weei. or tairupoa bald heads tt
to thrae months. few lgrsorant practltioMr,
asserted that there is nothmj that win torcti
I ta iT,wtn of the hair or heard. Their luru
'alse, as thousands of living witnesses (.rmtt-
eiperiencef can bear witness. Botuany
are w to diniaza-.sh the fenrine from Un
11 certainly is ..T! ul t, as nine tentbi nfti.
Preparations advertised lor tbe hair and Uui-
a I lirel wjorthless and yon m;y hate alrAk
tfcs away large amounts in their surrhsse. 1j m.
I ou.dsay, trj the Separator Cappi.li ; it wiij oa
I nthin). unless it ally cornea up to onr reprtnt.
tha "joar uruegist does not ae-p it, sead oo (Li -,
wa win rorwara u. pwt ia, together with a .
for the money, which w.U be returood y.mw
Uon, providing eutire sati-ra-(lon ia not
Address. W IL. CLARE. St CO .iChni
feb 2J jy i ei Fajriee st , )jtw
Under ani bj vtrtae of a certain writ of n
I A ' 7 . . 1 a . 1 Mi a - h
III f , -r v V- r .-I -v-v m
uooi exponas, i.saea or tne tieri ot tae C-j
i vuun ui .i.ilmjj vuuon, iiesri.i i rrr. tn, t
j to me directed, I will offer for ta.e at pub.k s
VOT1 I lion.
I r r. 1 .t . nn 11 . 1.
,n .ariiriiaTr no .s i n natr at
" " - ""Ji " " " J
A. D. 1S87, at one o'clock in the af?enoca if
day, at the front entrance of HcPhersoa'i Ei
the CitT of Drownrl He, (it bein,r the p snr.
me un iern or iad Uistnct Uourt was hoUL
J 1 arii
Ta9 orta J.ast q
fdilowinf djscribel lands and taoeraeais aia
QtT, Jitbrask Territory, to-ti1
qaarterof S-sctioa tbirtf-l'i
- I a -
I To wash in fjur ( i 1 North of Rnc Sitaca
- it ; to satisfy a eertaia Jadj-nant turstof.
- tj, WUS tho interest the, eon. c .t anl ir,,
n,i C03t ln ,a'or ot inehart Lynn, and a-unit
I ' . - .-.. . . . .
in. I " "' and Jbvan Wrthinr. said landJ sal lr
3 I meets havinr been Uken ami levied nnoa kt ti
I . 1 . ... .
1 me property ot said Joseph O rIt
I Terms of sale , cah i r ha r. 1
Sheriff of :-Tmaha Cuuary.
By O rAlnnr)TIiER,Dapt!t
ErownviUo, February , 21, 1 SS7, ' II.
TVied feachea, Apples, li'.ackberriei.Cosrr.
J ' ..' uvlRI
STRAY. YO TICKS. ' '
Taken np by the subscriber, living in G'es 1
township. Nemaha County, on the 1st aj of
uary, 1387. one tao year old Heifrr, a crop i
each ear, bo ttber brands, color white wiih
bfowa spots. la-5t-pd JAS E. Mil
Titken up by the onderizned. Sivin?
emaha, tft'o uuilea th.ve Lonis Bridge-. J
2'th day of December 13 ft, one dteer, ta-oys
red neck, light rtan. It-ft ear crorrd. nDdsrkil
of the right, good straight Horn. Hit
Taken Bp ly tha tndersTgned, lilioj I '
Korth-West cf BrownviJJa Nebraska, un fcn '
day of January iS6f. One Red Heifer. J J
old next Spring, line back bush of Uil wfeits.i
Ugs white part wap np.
-P 3IATDIAS TKSTiil
Taken op by the ndersizT.ed. livinsr in R-i'-"
VMnei,oa theVthday of Jaeaary, laoJ.t
Ond red and white ippottil lia'A, two yssf a
Ia.t fprinf, no mark oo braqvi
Jaa. la, li3. 17'-' rZTXlI
Taken op bir the nndersigned lijinj fl' ,l
North-West 6f Lotis liride, ia Nemaha
Nebraska, on the 4th day of Jaftuary, 1S?.
One roan heifer, one year oiJ lawt Sorint,'
marks on brands. 17-pd Ji)6ZV'dO&
Brooma, Salt, Axel. Powder, Fhot an,
Palm Soap, Castile, Rosin and Dtr-is
and the Celebrated Si.rer Gi.s FU'rrh st
lana Tur Sale.
I have a number of dtsirable nnimprovo J
of Ind in Nemaha, Johnson k Fawnee CBl
Nebraska, and Atchison Ooccty Mo., whicb I
sire'to sell, and will iell on loo time to acta'
tiers, who wiil improve the tame. Also,
improved and Taiuable Farm.
ts-ot-pd ' r. v.
Beans, Ucmicy, Moil, PoUf-.. Flour Iji"
Is used by .
Flrst-Clas Hotel, Lanndrl
Ten of Thousand.? orramilJr
and Should he used by alj.
It jptm ft beautiful polish, makini? the irf t
smoothly over the eloth, saving muuh tiaie aa" '
bor. Cix-i done np with it aeen clean loni
e'lneBtly will sot we ir oat to soon. , . -
It MUes Old Linen LcT- Like 5?;
Soli by Druggist anl G-rveers Gecera!.,7-
OUE IMPERIAL BLtl
IS TJIEBESTIN THE WORLff
It is fohible in bard as we!! aa toft water.
ptH op ia tb fafes neatest, and most eon"'
form of any offered to the publie.
It -Is Warranted Xfot to St-
?'.!d by Grocers and Druggists generally.
4g'(Trs wantd everywhere. Ui whom v
extraordinary iDducemeiru. Address
NEW YORK STARCH GLOSS
Ko. 21S Fultca St. flew x'
Jaaniry 1st lSStl ear
Mails, Pails, Wtll Buckets, Seivej. Ac, at
IN ...... -tiWAN A h'dO
Tl,-, ,, f n-w 1 Xra- l.lmTnljitn
1 UO a IJ Jfci vcV'u u aa wci s w
of the Estate of Geruirt Vers, w'ul be fr h
before the I'roba j Coi,rt, at tha Court h o-a ,
the City of SrowatUle.oa ifondjj the llih
Urownriie Feb. 7th IS7.
. O, VT. FAlUBIiOTIIZB, Probate JaJr
19-3S 3,50 P.
Soda Crackers, Giog;r Scar s, and Aerato-lCi1
r?,al SWAN A BW4.
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