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Boolt Work, an 1 Plain and Facer Job Wurk tloft
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LIBERTY 4 I? P UNIOif, QNP AMD. INSEPARABLE! NOW AND F O It li V E It."
13R0WNVILLE, NEBRASKA, TOURSDAY, JULY 4, 186?.
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CUABLES G. DORSEY
TTOEIIEY AT LAW
Jstxt Door to Carton's Bank,
' . MAIS STT&ZT
fflSIOS EX1MLMNG SURGEOX,
fnier? hit r.r"f?fftIonaI ietric to the citizens of
i-cri:!c nd Ticin:j.
prriCC AT CITT DRUG STORE.
y;g!u cs's at Lin Residence scpth iide of Atlan-j-t
between ltandind ttrects. ' .
KIESWETTER & CO.,
Hare opened np their New Mest Ma.rket in tbo
HEP STORE, where tbry will
plcad to w5t upon the j ublic to the best and
utderft meats tbc County Tord neatly dreesed
fouDtry Produce bought and sold.
153-Give us a callj
" JACOB MAJjOIIN
:m e RmC i-i ist t-
FTKEET, DIU)WVILLE, NEBRASKA
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SIIRJJS'ER &. BRIEGEL,
Haijust got their Urcyerj under f.U runDitg
rler, they are cow making as good L'tcr ns can
e diJo in the I'uitcd iaiej. With their iacil
iuei for making Rcr, they are prepared to furnish
any quantiyt on aho rt notice.
il orders filled as soon as received
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
The undersigned having rented
ToA-cj tldt mdhod oj informing the pub
. licihed ht intends doing
.for tbe accomraodntion of farmers and obers the
Riming aea!on . The rill is now in operation and
n hare wheat to grind are re?pctfully invited
.to give me a trial, a I a'u'condeut of Riving gen
The highest cash price given for wheat.
.GATES & BOUSFJELD,
. p a i c a LiYEBS
i TJ.take contracts for Bricklaying, l'la?
la tk 8 'slein3 ad do anytbin); in th
i1 bTnoft satisfactory and workmanlike t
& Fancy Goods
y'io Xti dcor -sreat oi Lie Xost O.Tce
HRonxvi j,j:9 XERRASILA.
. "upcrior stcck of fall ann "VViater Goods
yvtrsjcaivej. Evorjthing in the Millinery line
pt constantly on hnnd. Dress-Making , Bonnet
teaching and Trimming done to order.
October, 25 U. v9-n--25ly
EDWARD W. THOMAS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICilGU I N CII A N CER Y,
Office c(.-r.r of yiK-m atl1 rifct streets.
fT E5 "W E3 21- ES. 1 1
t .Has jast received and will crastantly keep on
r.'I"1 large ani r ell selected stock cf genuine ar-
Pt Door vest cf Grants Store, jffrown-
Vl-10!1' Ju-e4' iewelrjddnecaUtaort-
i rvBvllle,Keb.. March I5tb. 1966. 10.2517
rff01 Tonstoes, in two and thr ponnd cans, ,!;
J7r' Layer Raitins, Currant, ('itr..n Ac, at
' K SWAN & UKO'ij.
C. P. STET7ET. LL D.
South Eaat corner of Main and First Streets
Ornct IIouks 7 to 9 a. K.and l to 2 and 1 to
Brownrille, Nebraska, Jlay tth, 1885 Ko 4,1y.
A. S. HOLLADAY, M. D.
Graduated In 1851,
Located In Ilrovnville in 185. .
Dr. U. baa on hand complete acta of' Amputat
ing, TrephiniDjr and Obstetrical inatrumenta. "
Ofllcc: Ilolladaj & Co's Drag Store
7ti3 poprs fast of Post OJjicp.
P. S. Special attention given to Obstetrics and
tbe diseases of women and children. x-44-ly
Main St 2 doors below BrownviUe House,
gOWNyiLIiE XT. 7-'J
Kaj on h&.ni a $ uj;.erJor rtock of Boots and Sbces
and the best material and ability for doing
Repairing done piihfieafness cpd dfspatch
rC9iy Terms Caslii fn.nn
OPPOSITE DEUSER'S TIN-SHOP,
WAGOJTS, BUGGIES, PLOWS, CTJLTI
VITORS, &c, Repaired on short notice, at lw rates,
rut warranted to give satisfaction. x-13-f n.nn
4 'iod Feed and LIverj Stable
In connection w!th tbo ilocse.
L D. ROBIHSOH. PROPRIETOR.
Front Street, between JIain and Water,
?Jay, 30th 1SQ3. lOaSly
fTv.Mipton O.B.IIewett J:S.,Church
TIRTOn. KEVETT & CHURCH
&ttontcii0 at u?f
Ifaroh 1st, '63. ly.
Main Between 1st It 51 Street
Takes this method of informing the public that
he has on hand, a splendid a3sortnunt of Gent's and
Ladio's Misses' and. Chlldrens's "
BOOS AKD S-HOES.'
J-Cuton work done with neatness and disr.atcnJ
Repairing done on short notice. 10-30 fnun
TO THE FARMERS OF NEMAHA CO.,
1 AXD VICINITY
I would .respectfully say that I have
and am now receiving a large stock of
GL0TH 1 W G
Wuitsx and Spring 3772.
I kcepccriftanUy en band a full assortment of
Of all Tiiitf.
Ilcver-Clolli Coals, Pants & Tests.
French Cloth Clothing in Latest styles,
Cassimere Goods all dcsciiptiqA.
TO SUIT THE TRADE.
All of which I propose to sell as
Clica) or Chpaper
Than anv of mv Competitors. All 1
ask is Uj the citizens of Nemaha
and adjoining counties
TO GIVE ME A CALL
An df nd czit for th rmsehes !
Bes. Rogers. - R. w. FCRKAs.
BEN. ROGERS, & CO.,
liv.cr v, Fceiand Sale Stable,
BROWJN VXWli iJEaUASK A.
,Dealersin all kind of Stock. Utitizto.Qlg-$l
and -Exchanzod. Stock boarded by " (Ve ilay'or
Vfk. A UrgeCORRALL attached to Stables.
1 11. N.EAL MILLER Vetcrnary Surgeon, CIee
at our Stallcs, where be may 'at all times be c-n-u!tei.
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CEO.'W. DORSET. LOTEKB EOIDLST. CnA8.0.rO&SBY
DOESEI. HOADLEI &C0.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
p.ad ralcia in Land r?annts,.n&
Agricnltural Co lies Scrip.
OJice, in Land OJJice Building,
Boyand sell improved and unimproved Lands.
Buy Sell, d folate Lspi Vfarrarts, and egri
caltaral college Scrip.
Kake careful (elections of government Land
for location Homesteads, and pre-emptions.
Attend to contested Homestead, and pre-emption
P'os.in tbe Land office.
Leltera of inquiry, promptly ani cheerfully an
nones-SIgn & Ornamental
Glazier, Gilder, Grainer,
FApER HANGER etc.
All work done in a workman
like manner, and on strictly
R. T. RAINEY & W. D. LEWIS
f SUCCESSORS TO RAINET & CO.
Respectfully inform the Citizens of the
City and County that they are in receipt of
a large and cor.ipleie assortment pf '
Ladie's Dress Goods,
JE5L OSESR'ir ,
Wilh an endless variety of
Together with the Larrest Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES'
Ever brought lo this Cily-r-all of which j
was purcnased prior to the late advance
io gold, which enables us to oaer supe-
nr enducernents to those desirous of pur
chasing:. We also, keep on hand a fresh
J -B -.
JL -J.' iJ
And a good assortment of
Remember tbo Place', Main Street, On Door
above the PostofSce, Urownville, Nebraska.
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Philip Philips & Co.
Wholesale and retail dealers ia
PTesfera AecTjta or Dcc'-ter Brothers, Patent
plate Fi no-lour tes. These Pianos aro " tjie only
inatA.amenta made in this country or Europe, with
tbe full iron frame, in which
Jill the Strings rest upon Wooden B?ar-
and in which none of the Tuning Pins go through
ihe Iron Plate. This arranginent produces a More
Refined Tone, with combinod bweetne.a and ereat
Power, and more.psrfcet quality thorah' 'the entire)
Kale, aud the capacity of Standing Longer inane.j
ana retaining its suporior quantity oi tone, man
any oher instrument.
General AgnU for L. D. A II. W. Smith 'a
The American Organs, are te only real reed Or
3fcs r.ov before the f ubne. the only yrgan nay
Reverberating Sound Bop, or Wind Chest.
Which bas the same important part, to perform as
tbe Sounding Board baa ii the Piano-Torte, (to
give body and resonance of tone)nd without which
a,yrgaj tpes merely a Jejoceon m ftn vran
case. R" " '
The American Organs not only bare the wind
chest or soundorDut.naTe the large Vrgan bel
lows. tirirTe power aai trr eat steadiness "of tcne.
These with thoir extreaio five Toicing of .th feeds
and perfecting of ,tb JtcW, make theai the
Most Perfect Organ Known.
The improvements, with superiority of tone ani
workmanship, place the American Orwis in the
ironi raniEM ido nasi, ana ney conc t a mgncr
price than any other reed instrument in the market
Thesa Organs f aceiyed tbe First ,rrepaiui l lha
crtht St. LouiS fair in 9ctober. - --
jrubTuhersof tbe "Singing .Pilgrim" for Sw day
Kebool." Send for a Circular.
Address. Ml LIP PHILIPS h CO.,
" 19 415 Xertk th street, St. Louis Mo.
ROBERT TEARE - & CO.
Announce to the public that tbey hare just re
ceived and hare now opened in tho.
Brownville Hotel Building,
Corner Main and Second Street
AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF GOODS,
Donsistins of erery variety of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Queers
ware, Hardware, Provisions,
Boots and Slioes,IIat&. and
Caps. Hollow Ware,
Together with all, and evei'y rariaty of articles
usually kept by a Westesn Trading House, which
they offer to the citizens of Brownville, Nemaha
In opening out a Stock of Goods in JbisCity, we
do not propose any great flourish, "but simply to say
that wo tiaye purchased our goods under the most
farorable circustanccs, and for Cash. : that the
ENTIRE STOCK IS NEW and fresh,and that our
experience in both tbe business ani wants of this
community, enables us to Belect with confidence
the patronage of the cubhe.
CALL AND SEE US
ROBERT TEARE & CO
An improved Farm, containing 43!5 acres, of
which 136 is heavy Missouri botton .timber, the
balance open prai;e. Two hundred acres under
fence and cultivation. T70 small, but comforta
ble' houses. Tbe farm is 'all Missouri botton land,
and is tdmirabty adopted for a Stock farm, being
surrounded with abundance of outsiueran. Sit
uate 5 toiies from Peru and 12 mile3 from Brown
ville. Prico $3,500. Enquire of Hon. Win. Daily
or S. P. Majors, Peru, or Wm. H. Eoov6'r, Brown
ville, Nebraska'. "
Juno 7th 1867-3t
At the Sign o.f the
Is the plaop to buy
UPHOLSTRY ! ! !
Keep constantly on hand a complete assortment cf
Plain Stands ;
Cabs and Gigs,
Tieno Stools, Tenpoy Stand',
Gilt and Roserood Moulding; Sheets,
.Pillows, riHov? Slij?? , VetcV, ete.,"eto, ta.
Show Gases and Office.Work made to Order
And anything and everything required to set up
pi in or fancy housekeeping.
All of their wnre is e:'ther manufactured or put
up cner their special ' superintendence, which
enable thensount articles at smaller prices' thn
eastern inanufactuted goods. "
is at the service of the rublio at any time it may
be needed, and is gotten up in as fine stale as any
farther east. . '
iletalic Burial Cases,
of all ekes cozttar.tly oa baud, at eastern rrice3.
We are doing buMness on strict ly cash principle?,
At a will ;mr, ani by attention to business and
the wants of the comnunity. expect in the future
is in the past to receive the patronage of the pub
M'FALL & GO.
An Ordinance to License tbe keeping of EilJ'ard
Tables and Bowling alleys for public usa.
See. 1. Be it enacted by tba comcon Council
of tbo,City'Qf JJr.ojrnnlloV5a the StaCS cf ebras
'Sa.'tiiii every person who shall keep a billiard ta
ble or bowling alley tor rent. or nire to we pu&ue
generally in Ihe said City of Brownville. shall pay
into the city treasury an annual license for each
tale or aliey eo kept and maintain, Xtz zum of
ton dollars'. --. ' k
Sec. J. ThaMayor of the City may is.tie a li
cense to any applicant for licccso for said purpose
whenever Ithere shail bo p?e&nted and filed with
bird the treasurer a receipt for fne money so paid
'cJ a license therefor, shall forfeited "p?ry Into the
city treasury for ti f saia city, tho rum of
7 dollars per day for each tail j troll ?y so kept,
iWed JB6' JAKVIS S. CHUnciI, Marr.
.W..D, M'CMMTiCrk 36 :;t
Sec. 3. Any person or persons keeping a bill
iard table or bowlirg' alle in the City of Brown
Tllle .Tor hire or fent. .without 6rst havirz'Gbt'lin
Ohio. The weather we are now ezve
riencfrig roust le worth to thp West, at
a moderate cilculation.three or four mil
lions per day. Ths grajps yhu:h are
thus being raide are not fictitious either,
lut real apd will therefore stand. La
bor, has performed its part on the crops,
and nature is grandly doing its share ' of
lh3 work. Altogether the prospects
were never more fsyprable for a year
of plenty. Of course, many of the crop3
are still liable to suffer ; but taking mat
ters as they stand, everything i3 encour
aging. Wheat is very nearly out of
danger. The fruit is. safe. Oats,barlej,
rye and grass are nearly so, end corn,
with an increased breadth of land plan
is growing fineiy. Confidence, in
fluenced by the fine weather and favora
ble crop reports, is steadily gaining, and
although business continues dull in the
general markets, there is a better feel
ing, and the 'gloomy forebodings which
have borne so heavily upon Merchants
for some time past, are giving place to
more agreeable anticipations.
We had occasion, says a correspond
entjto cross oVer'the Columbus and'Iriai
anapolis Central Railway from Piqua to
the Indiana State line, on Wednesday,
and took particular notice' of the whet
fields along the route, and do not hesi
tate that we never saw a finer prospec
tor a heavy crop, In that distance of
40 miles we did not see a single field
does not .promise well. Darke county
through which we passed more than half
the distance has beccre one of the
best wheat counties in the State, and the
indications are that its reputation' will
be fully sustained by the product this
In Butler county fruit of all kinds is
abundapt in this vicinity, and whsat is
looking usually well ; much of it is be
ginning to head.
In Medina county the crops all lock
well here. Wheat never looke4 better.
Apples and peaches will be plenty; the
prospect never was better. Our Spting
;s late here. Oats are all sown. Corn
is not much planted it has been too wet
In' Mercer county wheat will make
half a crop if nothing happens to it. Of
corn we have a very poor prospeet for ;
it is not rpsre thin half planted yet, and
the most that is planted will have to be
done over. Flax tacks remarkably well
considering the cold and wet weather.
We have had the coldest and worst
Spring jhat I eyer saw. There are go
ing to be lots of fruits of ell kinds.
In Hancock 'county the wheat crop
looks very well, but on account of the
high price and scarcity of seed-wheat
jast Fall, t&ere jya's not near the 'amount
of land sown that there usually is ; but
if nothing happens to it between now
and harvest, a fair yield will be obtained
Oats and grass look fair.but our farmers
are quite backward with their corn, on ac
count or ine late season, .ineirutt crop
is usually very promising.
Indiana. The prospect in Ripley
county, so far as ray knowledge extends,
tor wneat is excellent, uats ana grass
are short, and backward for the season
The prospect for the various fruits has
cot been so good for a number of years,
end, as the season is far 'advancea, we
regard an abuudantcropasafixed fact."
The wheat crop in Clay county is light.
There is not more than one-half the
usual quantity sown. Very little corn
planted as yet. Jhe fruit has been se
riously injured by frost.
In most sections of this State, particu
larly in the northern par, fruit arid grain
of ail descriptions are excellent. The
wheat will be the test in "many years.
m.dll fruits will be uncommonly abun
, JYpbraskc. Tb.2 prospect cf a hsavy
crop of wheat in all sections of the South
Platte is excellent. Wheat' and other
cereals never looked better, and that the
prospect for a heavy prop is very flitter
ing. The same cheering news come3
from farms of all sections. Another
such harvest as was garnered Jast year
and our young State will stand pre-eminent
as the wheat-growing Slate of the
The prospects for a splendid crop cf
wheat are reported to be very favorabls.
The high prices obtained 'since Iast 'har
vest caused a much larger breadth to be
sown than usual; and, should no June
frosts or ether damage occur, there is no
doubt .that there will be a krger rnnr-
keted this Fall than ever before. There
is no conflideuce in the continued high
prices of wheat or flour, and, notwith
standing the vigorous efforts cf holders
prices are. going down at long strides.
The prospecs of the corn crop have
been damaged by the wet' and cold
weather, but they are no worse than in
the Spring of 1S65, when the hirvest
wes an uhumally good one ; so that we
may hope ihe present'tawardaess may
be made up as the season advances.
. We are inclined from a" large number
of reports received during ,;he week to
take a hopeful view of the situation so
fa:: as the corn crop is concerned. Mvch
that thought rotted and spoiled, n.r'v be
gins to come up, the cold ground having
kept it in check so far- The stand. how
ever, will be uneaeq, as much' w'.ill Le
replanted." All small grains are giving
continued promise of good crops. The
potato beetle; ten-lined spearman, is
making his appeal anee in sd man
lions' in such numbers ns to threatt
pletc destruction to the whole crop.
7hU JH.e" ?kni sweet
potatoes, which so far Jiave been cnumy
pletc.destruaion io the whole crop.
free from any destructive insects:
Beans should receive more than usual
atteuticn, ar.d may be made profitable.
Northern Illinois. The wheat crop just
at present fair to be excellent in this sec
tion. We have recently traveled through
portions of Bureau. Henry and Stark.and
find the wheat crop to be very promising
in appearance. The stand is uniformly
good. The breadth sown appears to be
large, and the indications are 'ha;, V'h
a favorable season, we shall have one of
the finest" wheit crc js W3 b.ave had for
a number of years. , "'.
Western Illinois.- The Jlullon Tele
graph stays: "We have within the past
few weeks traveled ever a certain con
siderable section cf country ia thi3 neigh
borhcod, apd can therefore say, from cur
own personal knowledge, that thers ter
er wis a better 'prcmiso of a beautiful
wheat crop than we have the present
season. The wheat stands thickly on
the ground, and the 'weather, ia'all re
spects, since spring opened, has been
just such as is best calculated to produce
a large yield of the best quality."
Michigan. The prospect for fruit is
splendid. The peaches and earlj cher
ries escaped the1 frost, and' the trees are
very full. Fall and spring crops all prom
ise a bountiful yield in our coun'ry.
Pennsylvania. The Cleanfield ot:r
naisays: The prospect for a large crop
of apples in this county is quite flattering
at present. We understand that in some
sections the pe'aches alone promise a fine
crop. This is gratifying news to lovers
of good fruit. The weather being fa
vorable, much of the corn was planted
last week. In some sections the far
mers got in their entire planting, and
others will fiinish this week, ihe weath
er permitting. Corn can still mature,
the weather being auspicious, if planted
The Oxford Press says: The prospect
of an abundant wheat crop in.th.3 south
ern townships of Chester and Lancaster
counties and the northern part of Cecil
county is still very flattering, and should
the weather continue fovorable we shall
have a more abundantharvest than for
many years. It is now nearly all in
head, but the heavy rains of the last few
days have knocked it down very much.
The grass has grown rapidly within the
' " The Oil City Petroleum say?: 'Through
this section of the State the wheat crop
looks very well better, indeed, than hi
fcje not yet finished sowinw oats. No
corn is yeq planted, and most farmers i
have not go': the ground ready. The
gras crop is very luxuriant, the weath
er favgring jt mre that other crops."
Delaware. Although- strawberries
have become an important item in the
productions of Delaware, the great crop
of the Slate this year will be peaches.
In all parts of the States the' trees are full
of the finest fruit, and looking vigorous
and healthy." They will no doubt ripen
a larger crop thaa has ever heretofore
Virginia. The Harrisburg Union
says: )Ye believe we may safely assert
that "the prospect for an abundant yield
of the bounties of the earth' was never
more promising ia' this part cf the State
than at the present time." The growing
crop of wheat is extraordinary fiine.
The crop of rye, never very large'with
us, promise well. The crop, though a
little late, is'comingdut wonderfuliy.and
promise a large yield. Gardens are
late, but promise w?ll. As to the fruit,
there 13 no end to it, and if no accident
befalls it, the yield will be greater than
'oefrre knowri in this country. And
this is true cf all kinds of fruit, from me
largest to the smallest varieties. In
Western Virginia the apple crop is not
sj premising as generally supposed. .
Jllnryland. Our exchanges continue
to report the crops in. Maryland as prom
ising a large yield. The S. ' Michael's
Comet, states that the reports of the
wheat crop in Talbot county are gener
ally favorable, though' it hears cf seme
fields that have suffered severely from
the fly. This is particularly thg case
with latter white wheat, where no fer
tilizer was applied. The Worcester Shield
saj3 : ''We. have never seen corn grow
faster and there 'is' generally a good
stand and a larger quanti:y thaa usually
p'anted. Wheat is looking well, and we
shall doubtless have more than an aver-
age crop, nnd the grain will be good.
Oats hav cstonishicgly improved since
the weather became seasonable, and
most of the fears of a bad crophav pass
ed awav. Abundance of Irish ct;d sweet
potatoes have been planted in this coun
ty, more than ever befure.''
On the prospect in Montgomery coun
ty the Rochville Sentinel says : ,4The
wheat in Montgomery coun'y generally
looks bolter thaa it has done at this sea
son for several years. Th'e prospect for
an abundant harvest "is very flattering'.
The grass crop, too, is usually promising
Oats; which have'been looking very bad
ly until within the past few days, have
mi proved yonderfclly since the cotn
meijcement of the present warm spell.ahd
now bid fair to be fully aa average crop.
Corn', cuMiig to the late p.laiuin, ocx-a-sicr.nd
by the incessant rains which pre
vailed during th3 m'cntifcf April and
May, does not make much show yt?i.
V"e think, however, that the present fav-
ii .i V ' 'in
or.ioie freatner wm cring it ca. . t
or.ioie freainer wuiLTing it ca.
iha L?a!tnnore county Union savs thati
j ;'ir ihat sebtToii there. wa3 never before
in ihat sectioi
- ' - beat.
ayns oi aa aaunaant crop ol
any season tor several years, uais are ; pernaps narvesi a urger crop uian erer
backward, the wet season having delay- j before, and there are well grounded
ed the work of sewing. ?Iany farmer? I hopes that dour will undergo a declini
North Carolina. The planters cf thrj
eastern counties . haze failed to
stand of cottcn, and many cf then are
now plowin"'up their cof.oa fields a--
planting corn. The Spriag hsi tea
backward; we may almost "say'iMafc
tthere has been no warm weather; and
he edd eight winds have been unfaycr
able to the cotton growth. The yeurij
plant is one cf the most tender that
springs cut cf the ground; thas-eis
this yeanvere much better than those
obtained last year and the year before;
the plants carrt3 cp finely, but in a scrt'
lime grew down, grew white ani (Jis.
We have often seen the faqe thing oc
cur in coltoa fields when the sepr.3
were unfavorable, cold and wet. It h
now too late ia the seasca to plant cot.
ton, and hence, we understand, th? ub
of that section may Vol be ''expected' "to
be as large as last year. when, from
several of these counties, large amounts
of cotton wero exported, one ' Cour;
(E4j?-combe) having produced 30,000
South Carolina. The wheel prep cf
the western part of the State is gener
ally promising. Near Gre?nvillt?, thr
rust has done some damage in small sei
Hons, but south of that, where the har
vesting Ha commence;, it is reported &i
being unnsually fine. :
Ah Edgefield pper say3 : c'We heard
no dissenting voice 'and we lent out ear
to farmers frcm every section cf ' t-jr
district -a3 regards the present flittering
status of the crops. As to wheat and
cats there will be certainly ba enough
made to deluge the country ani to'hrinj
down the prices of such commodities, Or
will it take tea years of fine crop3 to
bring down the prices. It scerr.3 to u
The corn prospect is universally repor
ted as fine ; aad even cottcn.despite' the
chilly mornings cf several weeks pa3t,is
well spoken cf.
Frcm all quarters, says a Charleston
papery the accounts nceived represent
the wheat crop as exceedingly promising
and giving hopes of a heavy yield. It
will come ia time to give gre&t relief in
those sections of the Scuta which are so
fortunate as to be favorable for whea
growing. The upper portion cf 'this
State, where the scarcity is very great,
will find it a timely relief, but in our
own section we have no email grain
crops to fall back upon, and i;iany months
muit elapse before cay reiiet can be fcaa
The great Northwest will
h'n price, when the new crop
Act Passed by tbe Legislature
The following is a complete list cf the
general and special Laws, Joint Resolu
tions and Memoriata passed by the Ex
tra Session cf the Legislature vhich has
just adjourned : Omaha Republican. f '
An act making appropriations for tho
current expenses of the years 1S67 and
JS69, and for oter expenses
An act to provide for the registry cf
school lands, for the control and disposi
tion thereof, and for the safe keeping of
the funds derived from the sale and lease
of said lands.
An act to provide for tho election cf
Road Supervisors and further define their
' ' Ari act to provide for the registration
of the voters cf the State.
An act to provide for the appointment
of clerks of the District Court.
An act to amend sec. Co, chap. 5 of tha
revised statutes, entitled Bonds."
An act to amend the civil'code of pro
cedure relating to homesteads.
"An act to amend ant act entitled en
act to restrain swine from running at
large within the limits cf the Territory
of Nebraska, approved Feb. IS, 1SG7.
An act to provide for the disposition of
unclaimed lots entered ia tru:t by corpo
Ad "act for the organization of coun
ties. Aa act jo locate, establish and endow
a State Normal School.
An act to amend chap. 4C, part 1st re
vised statutes, entitled 'revenue."
An act to amend th codi of civil pro
cedure by abolishing th?' dhunotion be
tween action nt law n:A suits in equity.
Aa act to traufer suits at law and m
chancery, prosecution!, judgments, de
crees and proceedings in tho Courts cl
thy Territory cf Nebraska to the court
cf th- Sirue of Nebraska.
An act to create the c.'ce of Stat; Li
brarian and to dtfin'? the duties cf th
An act to define the duties
itie's oi railroad companies. ' '
Aa act to -preK-ribj 'ths feei of certain
otlbers. ' '
An net presciibing ani defining the
powers and duties ol the Governor of ihe
Aa act for ihe revision c: the school '
!. ' ' ' ' ' ' '
An act for the sale of lands cf minor
and other person under guardianship,
and secunrg t!;e rrd'cd fur iheir u?.
An a-t for the dismissal of certain ai
tions in vacation.'
Aa ac. prescribing the duties of Set;,
retary of State.
An act to require the payment cf cer
tain costs upon the commencement f
district gr supreme court.
An act to amend sec. o-. chap. ', ol
ed 're ilVtatt'.
An tet to rrovide for r
rrocunm' a st;al
lor the btate'cf J-,v5'rri'ka
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