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-"Tr ?Sic?xi ior.f , Replevins,
ik Pwti e. ;.'Ac. for le at thii OE:c.
vTvrSLIATJiS, VcoU the.cfbor
"' tju st. I-ouin fcr fUsr-srer.' will attend tf.
'i-ec-l r.aol pnrtbaKes in tbat Citr. CJTce
' JNnLLE'T:IUSSt)AT AUGUST, 13 lfcJ7
"3 CCi!r rCCCC PCStS. For f-a!e
-Jcjscach. R. W. FURNAS.
-,e the advertisement of Grape Vines
under ihe bead of New Adver-
John Caere's Celebrated Itfolinc
' TIIEO. HILL& CO.
i rew lot of Groceries just received
A BLISS & HACKER'S.
""ILS '&na or Cold soft water
i rt-ioe Fruit Farm for rale. Eo-
" t H' TIT TCO
c J i iOi-ii.TiO.
Jjtilns: HkC It Full weight and
-L'ona perfect good, such ia csi Cficn-
j jsrtcr TVantCd. To a good, Heady
kj-e nan I will pay S18 pir welc.
I J. L. ROY.
iha isrfg-ularly in ihat tufcicess F. A.
J'niel & Co.
Ke Lotcf Stoves ana nardirare
tt received 1 y the
ISC caclccst Lot or Fcrnltarc
rer tfTered in Nebraska is now for sale
Swan & Brother ys the rui for
Erst class Groceries are j great that
.Ley Lave no ti;r.e to writ advertise
sent?, but people find it to their interest
.o buy Groceries cf them.
? ICC CrCuCl. What is more refresh
i'r.g thee !or fiimmer days then a nic
iiihoflce Cream? Alien always has
"Ij hand, and serves it up in style.
! All thc5c treating Car.c Hills will
,'.id i'. to th:r in'.rest to lrave their or-
.'-fj bh ?vo practicable with
J. C. DHL'S ER, Sole Ager.t
for the Victory Cane Mdl
Dry Og;'s a GTgcci iG3 by wr.oV-
"tl and retiil.nt McGe Sz. Co, they
hire just recoivo J r Iar- anl Mrjy
S;ock. They are 0.1.1 jv.if.yes and Lnw
japt when end th?re to buy. Culh
f Pr. ' 31. P. narlej. Hfn-ttor-alh-c
; TLysician .and St:rpern, G.Hee at the
jmidW? of S. 1 Tual-?, Esq., Souih
' East ccaner cf Gih, and Wain Streets.
1 . -U tf.
I Salt ana yaHs. McGee & Co.,
have jbt received a Steam Hat lead of
salt and nails. Persona building cannot
: do better tbra buy nails cf them. Far-
cerihad better get a Barrel cf salt
! ten while low.
Those New Book, used in the Brown
ril'e High School, for sale at
BLISS & HACKER'S-'
Dr. IT. L. IlftllieWS, Physician, and
Surgeon. OiTice nt the City Druz Storej
here he may te cocfulted at any time
daring the day. Set Card under head
ol New Advertisfmtr.'Us.
VTII McCrCCrj" ha? just received an
tJEortment of pure, unadulterated Drugs
Medicines. Vfcat he tells you is all
tight; sure !
j Attention, Farmers tThehighe-t
; market price paid for Wheat, Corn, Oats,
. Barley, Wool and Bacon, by
; WORTHING a WILCOX.
LOST two Ftni.ll Pocket Pass Boous
r Memorandum B:ok3. The bocks con
tain only figures ard field-notes. Any
r?rson finding one or both of them wilt
be liberally rewarded by le
Csage Grange PlanU. As the
uthorized Agent cf W. 1L Maun, of
Normal, 111., I will take orders for Fall
r Spring delivery r.f th?se Plants in
AclraJia. .. . W II M'CREERY.
Ccya FIorcEC? Sewing 51ac!ilnc.
The most perfect instrument to ese
ute acy'kind of Sowing now done by any
Machine in the world.
JNO. W. HENDERSON.
n KcCrcerj' has just received
be largen and most complete stcck of ell
tinis cf Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass
cic., ever brooj:ht to this city, end will
ell lower than the lowest.
.ECOU & SIlCC5.-McGee & Co.,
j'Uia a few days recejve a stock of
Bcct8ccd Shoes that never has beon
earpa;;ed in this town. As they bou-ht
" extraordinary large stock, they bought
low down fcr cash, and are gcirg
sell them very cheap.
Tiffy PICCC3 r.ew rrir.'.:. tr.l List
ether Dry Goods j -i received at G. II
Henderson's. He tells cheap.
BlicS Hacker has cur thanks 'fcr late
Chicago Daily Papers, cf them you can
obtain the latest news.
PlCaW.t. Phil D? ;?er his the best
Lijcr Ber in tovrn, everybody drinks
Brer at Phil'e. 4'Lcr J5:rr is rat ihe
prphs varJs, and Lager Beer i$ vat ftj:Ies
is going io have."
The Bool: store and News Depot has
been removed to the Telegreph Office,
cne door above J. L. McGee i Co.,
where the laieit St. Lcuis end Chicago
dailies c-xn always b1? found.
FnmitBrC. McFall a Co., have the
largest stock cf Furniture that can be
found west cf St. Louis. Thpy have ev
ery thing1 that can be called for in their
line, and just as fine an article as can be
wished for. They s-!l as low by re'.air
as can be bought for in St. Joe by whole
sale, why ? Because they manufacture
the costliest articles.
Gave TTcur Timo, ZZzmy, and
' The Talent Wtlla proved to; be the
cheapest and best. J. C. Denser has
the patent Well Spike, Pump and Pipr
fcr jale. One man ran strike a good
vincf water forty feet deep in enp day.
He alio keeps constantly cn Land the
well known Kentucky Anti Freezing
Pump, and several ctbiir. patterns of
lorn 'and Wood Pumps, and Pipes for
Wells oi Cisterns. Fcr iale cheep for
' Wanted. 0,CCO dozen Es fcr rash
BLISS & HACKER.
Mr. Joseph Il-iddart has taken charge
of the Eating House in Whittney's Bloc!:,
heretofore kep by Mr. Claggett. "Jr.
Huddart's steady business habits and his
long experience in the Hotel business,
will ensure satisfaction to all wha favor
him with their patronage. Mr. Claggctt
will hereafter devote his attention to
his Liquor and- Billiard Saloon in the
lower story. H is determined that this
Saloon shall continue in the future a3 in'
the past to be the best kept and most pop
ular establishment of the kind in town.
BronTlIIe Uteli Sdiocl.
The Board of Directors of this Institu
tion wi,h to say to the public that having
secured the services of Prof. J. iL
McKMziJ nnJ Lady for' the ensuing
quarter iha . ScmocI is now in succeiful
Ptrsr-n at n ditancc wishing to se
core th? brntl.s v tl is sci'ol should,
hduiv.-s the Principal. J- M. . McKer.zte.
fio vn.'i cheerfully give any information
All the pupils in the City District be
tween the agvs cf five and twenty-en?
wi'l as Inr tofore, h admitted fref. '
B it ptinis from a distar.ee will ba charg
ed at the fu'ibwing rates of tnitioa :
Fv the itrm cf twelve weeks
Tuition in Primary Dep't S-5,03
" Coa. Erg-. $6.00
M Grammar " 7.50
Higher S9 00
Students from a distauce v.Hl in all
cases be charged fcr a full half term ex
cept by special agreement.
All Books, stationary &c, can be bed
in the City at the usual retail prices.
Bard cf Direcmrs
' Teacfccrs Asscclallon,
Wewiihiocail th aitentitn of til
teachefs and friends of Education in the
Siate to lb impcuance of holding a
Teacher's Afsuciatioa" this fall ni some
Wre therefore 8rk all teachers who favcr
this movement to send .their names to
cne of the fc'lo-.TinT.s no2S, also stato
ing nhere and wh-n they prefer to have
it: Either to Judge Heweu or J. M.'
McKenzie cf Brownville. Rev. Mr.Tag
gert or O. II. Irish cf . Nebraska" City.
Dr J. J. Monnell Omaha, Trof. II. E.
We would also say that we have as
surances ihat an arragment will be made
whereby teachers an l others attending
the Association will be carried to and
from it by the boats at half fare.
We think we are safe in saying; that
the good people cf Brownville will give
the Association a hearty welcome and
provide f?r the wants cf the teachers
during the setsion, free of charge.
What other toxvn cn the river will do
the same? let us hear.
Teachers, send in your names imme
diately we xvant to hear from the ladies,
v 0. B. HE WET,
X J. M. McKENZair"
We Lave hoard of Smith, the appropri
ate of ether men's wives.' He i went to
Brownville, Nfcbraka. where he f.rz
as a teamv.er. While haulit'ir dirt on
the ftreett. a few c'c.yi rco, a kad upstu
on him, injuring him st-mewhat severely,
and at last account? he wis Uid up at a
hording house. This 13 another illustra
tion cf the fact that "the course of true
love never did run smooth." White
Cloud (Kansas) Chief.
This is dauhtless the musician who was
rr.a-.hed on Atlantic Street. Tbia last
was the most unkbdest mash cf 'em all.
For Tie a lrerti'Er. y.
A.UumUvU illi t.'vuv)
I.Iuch is said about Education, r.nd
much should be said. Here perhaps will
the importance cf correct training cf
children, b-3 fully seen, until each indi
vidual Letrs h'13 final destiny at the "Lstt
Perbsps parents and Qcardiaca cf
ycuth are n:t always fully conscicu.cf the
fact that children are continually beicg
educated. As scon as the little being
start3 out into the world, he has commen
ced to form a character, and it may be
moulded into learning, by being encour
aged to hatita cf thought; by cultivating
in him benevolence, kindness, gentleness,
forgiveness, charity, love and temper
ance. Bat if he is left without proper culture,
his character will present selfUhnes?, ha
tred, rudeness, unklndness, cuarrelitg
revealing, and intemperance ; springirjg
up into luxurious growth. The least and
only way which presents itself now to
educate ths entire mass of children; is
the Free School system. Each ch.ld
should be educated, whether its parents
are able cr inclined to do it cr not. The
Free School'system propose this, and let
the friends of education see that it is
faithfully carried cut.
We were pleasantly entertainedr and
'tauch'gratifitd at the closing exercises of
the Spring term of the District School in
London Neb., July, COta. The Schcol
Ffcemtd to b e undr good discipline. The
children manifested quite an interest in
their studies, and gave evidence that
they had learned something.
The schocl and those in attendance
were addressed by Judge Hewett cf
Brownville. Hja remarks were very
appropriate, taking all things into consid
eration perhaps nothing could have been
said more to the purpose'.
The people in London have been pecu
liarly fortunate in securing the service of
Mr. Robb as teacher. Many who are
etachers have learning enough, but lack
the ability of imparting it to others, some
fail in governing a school. This seems
to be the great difficult in teaching school,
in Mr. Robb, unite all the qualifications
of a school teacher. He seems just fitted
for it. .
' Judga Hewett in his remorks to the
children, told them they were of great
importence to their parents, so much so
that tney would rather see all their prop
erty ; .everything they possess taken
away than give, up their children.- Ev
ery parent who has laid a child in ths
grave can fully feel the truthfulness of
Then if our children are so dear to u?,
Ut us be awake and active iu doing ai
we can for the happuie?i and usefulness
of them in this life, and direct them t
the source of Eternal Life in the world
' Jexxette Harding.
London Neb., July 31st, 1SG7.
Matoh's OrriCE, BitowjsvitLE.
. Monday, August Jth, 15G7.
The Common Council met in thii office
of the Mayor in Regular session.
Present : J. S. Church, Mayor.
Aldermen : T. C. Hacker,
. C. W. Wheeler,
" C. F. Stewart,
44 J. McPherson,
Marshall : Benj. Rogers,
Engineer: T. R.Fisher,
Clerk: Win. H. McCreery.
The minutes of last .session read and
The Petition of Evan Worthing, to
sell malt, spiritous and vinous liquors by
the glass, was received and 'on motion a
license was granted uniiU May 1st-, l?uS
fro;a the Hih Jay cf Juuf A. D. 1SG7.
The Petition of Pierc? iilske, to sell
malt, spiicus and vmb.i-'hquow j by the
gla-s was received and ca motion a li-ccn-1?
was gi anted for t-ix niymhs com
ineticiuj Augu-t loth 1507.
The Petition of J. 11. Dye, was receiv
ed requesting the prive!cde-cf onrnm?
up certain .treets in the City of Borwn
ville, to wit: Water street from Richard
street to the old road at the top of the
hill, and Richard street from Sixth to
Seventh street. " The petitioner agrees to
clear the brush, and pile for burn
ing by the middle of .October, fcr the
the woo.n that is on the street. The
Prayer cf the Petitioner was granted.
A Petition was presented by W. R.
Leach, numerously signed asking that
th water collecting at "the bridge at the
East end of Water street oa Levee street
be conducted east on the extentiun cf
Water street uatill it empties into the
channel of the stream again.
On motion the. Street Commissioner
was directed to have a sufficient amount
of the Poll tax of this year worked out
under the direction of the City Engineer
in such a manner as to accomplish the
object asked for in the petition presented
by W R. Leach.
On motion Street Commissioner was
ordt-red iohave Sixth street repiied.
On motion Aldermen Stewart Wheel
er and Morrissun were appointed a com
mittee and charged with the selection of
a site on Lsve, and the removal thereto
of the Bras Cannon and cf the Canncn
House as socn as practicable.
On motion the Council adjourned to
August Gih 1SG7 at 7 o'cl- ck P. M.
JARVIS S. CHURCH Mayer
W. II. M'Ckeeht, Cfk.
Pursuant to rejournment Council met
Au:ut G;h 1SC7 in the Mayors office.
Present: J. S. Ch'vth. Meyer
Aldermen: J. McPherson.
T. C. Haektr,
44 . J. Morrison,
C. W. Weeeler, -Marshall:
Engineere: T R. Fisher,
Minutes' of previous meeting read and
Benj. Rogers City Marshall tendered
bis resignation aa" City Marshall and
asked to be relieved from further duty
thereon. On motion the resignation was
Oa motion the request cf Piefce B'.ake
and Jones Drewry to have 3rd - streer
opened full width 83 far north cf Main
street as the ncrth end cf iLeir residences
was granted. "
On motion the clerk was allowed C30.
for making cut the City Tax List for
1-SG7 and the said tax li-twasto ba hand
ed over to the City Collector who was
duly authorised to collect the faia3 ac
cord it-.g to the law.
Oa motioa the order at owed INeeLy
for fixing well house was drawn ca the
f.ne and license fund.
On mot ca Geo. Turner was allowed
fifty cents for removing wood.
On motion the clerk was requested to
advertise for bid3 fcr Stone wings - to
to cnlvert ca Main street near 7th street
to give one weeks notice, bids to be by
the perch furnishing every thing.
On motion Street Eegmeer was to fix
bridge on 2nd Ftreet. . . ,
On motioa O. B. He wet .was allowed
CSO for work on 4th street
On motion Peck & Wood was allowed
SlfO.SJ for excavating on Maia street
uear 12ih stieet.
Oa mo-ion Barbor c Tompson was al
lowed 6 -5 for work cn Maia street.
On motion M' F. Boyd was ailowecf
$120 for work on 2nd street. '
On motion Micle Goben was allowed
$101.60 fcr. work oa 3rd s'.reet
Oa motion Sayles iz. Cc were allowed
$320.70 for work on Water street.
On motion Ccgsdel 5c Co. were allow
de &G1,20 for work on 2nd street.
1 On motion Council adjourned to meet
aain on Aunu.it 7ih at 7 o'clook P. M.
JAVRIS S. CHURCH ;Mayar
Wm. H. McCheeiiy, Cl'k .. .
To prescribe fcims to be.used'by just fe
es. of the peace in criminal cases, and
to provide a uniform system of impan-.
' neling juries ia criminabcases.
Sec. .1. Be it enacted ly ihe Council and
House cf Representatives of the Territory
of Nebraska, That the forms hereinafter
prescribed, numbered one and two, shall
be deemed sufficiently, technical and cor
rect, and may, with necessary modifica
tiuns, be used by justices of the peace,. 'in
all cases where they hive jurisdiction, to
try and determine ihe charges preferred
against any person for'a violation pi the
laws of this territory.
Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of .the
county clerks cf the several organiz'ed
counties of this territory to proctire from
the secretary of this territory copies of
this actN, and the county clerk of eaoh
county of this territory, ia which a pa
per is published, shall procure the pub
lication of this act in a newspaper pub
lished at the .county seat of the proper
county, where all of the printir.gjrequir
ed by law to be done in the county shall
he done'.' for 'the period of three "weeks ;
provided, that a greitor sum than ten
dollars shall in vo case be paid in a
dounty for such printing.
Sec. 3. The secretary of the territory
shall hf allowed the uu-il fees for making-
copies of this art, land furnishing
tno same to lbs county' clerks making ap..
Sec. 4 In ail criminal prosecutions
instituted under the criminal laws of this
territory, "the attorney prof cutir.g f"r
the territory shall b? ailowt-d 'one-half
the, number of peremptory challenge.-?
now a!lovnd by lav; to the person who
standi charged with the crime or mis
(lemHLH.i.r for which he is being tried,
Sec. 5. The mode of impanneling ju
ries in criminal cases shall be as follows,
First. Twelve men. having the quali
fication! of electors, shall first be placed
in the jury box, why shall, if either par
ty desires it. be sworn to answer ques
tions touching - their qualifications "to
serve as jurors.
Second, When the pannel is full 'and
the right to challenge for cause no longer
exist?, then the order of challenging shall
be by the attorney prosecuting for the
territory, challenging one juror peremp
torily, or waiving his rights so to do, and
then by the accused challenging two ju
rors, or waiving his ri;ht to challenge
orw or both of them, and so cn alterna
tely, until the challenges are all exhaus
ted. Third, Whenever a peremptory chal
lenge is fnade, no other challenge shall
r.rain be made until the vacancy so caus
ed in the panr.el ihnll hi Ciltid.
Sec. 5. This act ?hall lake effect from
the date cf its passage.
Tnz TtaaiTOET or NEbsassa , f Vetor A. B.r t
iJut;co of the
A fl Peace, Trjit.in sud
) for County.
The complaint and information of A.
P., cf the county of made -before
C. D., Esquire, one cf the justices of the
peace within and for , county, Ne
braska Territory, on this . day of
, IS , who being by me duly sworn,
on his oath says, that E. F., cf said last
named county, on the day of ,
IS , in the said last named county, to
one G. A., onfl gill, (or pint or quart, as
the case may b?), of rum, cne giil of
whisky, cne sill of brandy, one gill of
wine, one gill of beer, (describe the
kind of liquor sold), of the value of ten
cent?, did then and thejre vend, sell and
deliver for money, to-wit: for the sum
of ten ceuts (or that ha has just and rea
sonable grounds to tuspect that E. F.,
has done and committed the act charged)
without having obtained license therefor,
ond contrary to th form of the statute
ia such cases made and provided.
Territory or Nebrassa,
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
C. D., Justice cf the Peace.
Tie Territory cf 2febrita, Zetof A. B.f a Jcjike
Ti y f tie P'-c with ia, &al
A B Ji'ii tVcr.ty, j;e
J hrtsii Terrtt'-ry.
The complaint and inform una cf C.
D., cf county, made before A. P...
E-q iire, a just'ce of the p?3cev within
and for county. Nebraska Territo
ry, cn this day of , IS , who,
brtirg by me duly sirorn, K?n his oath,
said that E- F., Jate of said last named
county, on the ; .day.cf . 13 ,
in the county last named, upon thi per
son cf G. P., then and there being, did
then and there assult, beat, strike, wo-jad
and otherwise ill-treat him, the said G.
H., (or that the afnant has just grounds
to believe the facts so stated.) contrary
to the form cf the. statute ia such cue
made an i nrovid id.
Teeritct.t cf Keshasxa, ?
Sworn to end subscribed before m?,
A. B . Justice cf the Peace.
Approved February IS. IS57.
To anerJ cr. ad cvAiilol "n Ad i o pre
scribe fortns io le used ly Justices cf
ihe Peace in Criminal disss end to
provide a vntfom sy stern cf impeach
i:i g Juries in Criminal Cases.1 in
proved February IS. 1SC0.
See. I. Be it enacted by the Legisla
ture cf the State cf Nebraska. That
Secticn two, cf an act entitled 4tAn Act
to prescribe forms to b3 used by justices
cf the Peace ia Criminal Cases and to
provido a uniform system cf impanasling
juries in Criminal Cases, approved Feb
ruary ISth, 1SG7, ba, and it is hereby
amended so as to read as fellows, viz:
It shall be the duty cf the county clerks
of the several counties of this State to
procure from the Secretary cf this State
copies of this act ; and the county clerk
of each county of this State in which a
paper is-putlied, shall procure the pub
iicatien of this ctt ia a cewspapar pub
lished ia sjoh county, for tha period of
three, week1?, Provided, that a greator
sum than ten dollars shall ia no case be
paid ia a cemty for such- printing.
Sec. 2. Thi3 act shall take effect and
be in fores frc::i and after its passage.
Approved June 20, 1S37.
STATE OF NEBRASKA ) .
SECnETMtVS OFFICE, $
. I, T. P. KENNARD, Secretary cf the
State of Nebraska, do hereby certify that
I care.fuily compared the foregoing copy
of an set entitled "An act to amend
an act entitl-d aa act to prescribe forms
to be usd by justices of the Peace in
Criminal Cases and to provide a uniform
system of impaneling juries in Criminal
Cases," approved February IS. 1SG7,
passed by the Legislature Assembly of
thi3 State, during the third Session there
of, and approved by the Governor the
twentieth day cf June 1SG7, with the
original rolls on file in this "office, and
that the same is a true and perfect copy
of said act
In Testimony Whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Nebraska.
j Done at Omaha, this 23rd day of July
A. JJ. JbO.
THOMAS P. KENNARD
Secretary cf the State of Nebraska.
Filed in my office July 31, ISG7.
William II. Hoover County Clerk.
CITY DRUG STORE,
K,.;2.c; RttT.na by bcr next friend B. W Tioraa,
'VV:i!t;rr. 5.U!it J. 3 Ue l (icteodHm. Before E, T.
Ilcitl- I :3j;na Ci-unty Nst-ra-sSa.
Unite 3-1 iUy cf Aczut-t iSC7,tia saiJ Justice lssrM
n i-r,"?r of jU'r.trer.t in tlio above ciioa for the
sou cf c-r.e tuaurei dollars
46 3i E. W. TUOM A3 for Plaintiff.
tFap'e fines For
I will Lave for sale this fall, two tlnnni
Grape Tias of raj own n.i.-ia. They Trill ail be
bearing ; Iyrs crh now bo soan ia Trait. Con
corj, Delaware, t'iintoa, Iassablli, Oporto acd
Dimna. R. WiFURXAS.
BSLL3 AMALGAX BELLS,
E2JLS Fcr Clmrcliei, ScLccl?, Plantatiocg, Farms,
B3LL3 T3i9 Orlg'nal and Hesfc Cheap ZSell ev
SLL3 Their use tliron!?hont tbo UniteJ Slates,
Cana'ls. ilexk-o and South America, for tbe
past ten years, bis vron taai to cmibme
CELI nij t Ta;U(iv,a omiiuej, aTiii'i wtjicM are
Tunc, S'jiioronsness, aui ilsrd&iiity of t-
CELLS b,a!,on- "
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All be!!s od it the aWepTisog, War-
EliLLS rantfd fiirain!? broiki? by fir rinijf
fir Twklvs 1I.JNT33 froa time of rnr-hs-J
ELL8 r" 4insaivl (n8 fail, a new ono will bei
In ev?? a bell trea. t.ft-r th- czry'rx
CELLS tnn of the Warnatw, I allow ILiif IVice
for tbe ,'.i rti rL.
BELLS r.io::zs ;si.ls always on ban 1 if j arti??
frofer, nd av lower ircys tbn caa bo
BELLS l ows sni CErr.cn Cloczs supplied cn
the i4..t rersoa-ll9 term?.
- n, teui for a cir 'nlar tntho raannf.vtn-cr,
Uo JOU5 B. EOBISSU:', S3 Dey ft., N. Y.
JX9. S. L.3IC',',.
Isaac T. Tcjea.
LEMON, EOSEA & CO.
"WEOL33ALr DEALERS I!T
iTv -r "'n c?
a sy wJwy
.Notions, Glotfiiong &c.
UST O. 5 FOUJRTH ST.
St Jczcpb, I'o.
A Lare Stcck always oa LaaJ. Crlcm footed
Satifa:tiots giaraatsei. 4-ly
BAILY, II AY K vIOOD,
T c-it- i
n r. r-.l F 7 rl r -7 ,-v, !
YAH SEE HOTIOKS,
LIl.i,:.Vc ; y 1. 1 4.
inEent. Veriety, ant ?ru-3 Cvt.ir;nrc?
with b-.?. Lmi nr l'L;:io iI)JS-'i.
PIIIGSH c: DOUGLAS,
"1 TTT A TT
GLASS WARE., WJC, '
0. 7 Fourth Ttroet.
Gt JOSEPH, ::a iiy
r - s t
mi . - e-
2 to L-
I? o h- c. j n E
-s rr . '
i;" V. fl
r i c w
Nave, I-IcQcrd & Co.,
WHOLESALE GEO CESS
Ard. Dealeri fci
E.T, 1'ndikhii.l. a. 1". Eaton.
UnDEPiMILL u. EATQII,
ST. LOUIS, -HO,
i5(Vor.1 Kationi! r.a. 5t LouH
APen, C'pp & Ni !'., L-nis.
Urmcti 3:ate r. ;l5 r' L ira. Dn 0jti.
John-t '.je A. B-i?.n. Spts, Ft. KaJiion, la.
Isaic ScjT-riit X Co.. Aitn, 111.
h!air & Atood. Altcn, 111.
Whole file Dei'.".r3 ia
narnocs,' Sliiit'r, end all hiniLs
Saiiaier's Lc&tlicr and IlnrdvFrc.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, cyC.,
gjnrs for Dijs'.orji Circu'ar Saws, aad
South Thirl Strict, bet?ea Felix & Eilraor.,1
ST. JOSEPH, 3IO. 45IJ.
J, A. ri'.iZR.
f. II KSTX0LS3.
M lihhu li u i ii L
PIrTEE cs REYNOLDS,
Ei-bt Street , two bl-ck3 Tr-ym U. B. Depot,
' VICTOR 3. BUCH, .
t a n rp q p q tt a t? q
irorth Trcr-t Covnor ti Tolij: Eiroela.
jTr-Kncpa ouch tbi Lsr je-t Strs 7S cf St.
Loui,atri id jirapirevi to oiTer ucu?'.ul iaJuceSi-intr
Sijncnd Sccmin, n.T.) 1 r'at Ti'r.. Ck.urt
ijncn-I ticcmin, I .. T.j
Dcrjaain HickoM.Lc'fr.i of X-.'tJ"La.
The ra'U Dcfe2,.r.t, -:ri-i 1 7. h-.r, t;!lt-'e
uothe that the enl plaiif..: hsj iiied ii i' e id
Court his petition h p!aifi?jS'i!Dat b:in,thi? pid
ufcfindint, fir tbe f..fl.;h.-ire of a ce tia Morl-fri--!
executed by th-j ?aM deles hint to V.E.Hur-t,
.d.rch 12th, Ihi.f.r tb f !!.-,winj d r'.oM liai
Li tato situate in Nfiraha Cccrty. tntj r.f Xtra
ka, to-wit : Let I'o. 3, in li-j.rk No. 13. in iJrosrn-
ride proper, as-J Lot No. 3 ?B i'.i-xk N. 6. in 7iid-
i.j bf"W!iVi:i3. 1L9 prayer c; the ii I p.;-it ion is
for mid forechMra.ar.i ths mis of aid pra::.e
to p-iy t ) juej cf 5 rCJ.CC azi inte.-tT-t tbcreon at
tic rit.i" te.T percent p-." arr.iei fraru th U :i
-f Arii,l;yj,ss t'.sc .jr.t do? on ;;d M-.rt
r-. an I raid by th i aid V. E. II .rr, as fnr-'.y
f r the ,aid defsnda jt. Tiia ,ii.l .Vrrtjx r,r.;.
d-'y a'.-iad by the nil il-ir t. tt .fj
t'ii. And the ljft ti.'jnt i rei-j-r'-l to -.r.v
asd nn.--w:;r said petition o-, or v.f.r , . J.- 4-7
befor?. JA1IES r.rvii i-.-.vj
heret.farrxistin betweco Garlr.VaVv'Co'' ! r "1 l',"'1 t0 rccc:v3 T '1'
w tbi y dimdye,! ly mutual cv-tst. Alidj -CC""-r- - .
due md ria will 03 M,t!-1 by Ji, D- n j3 t iJj. AJjIj i-J CO.
son?., wa will eustion th kui;. ( - .
Ja.y v-Ji,lEi. 4i-ct
i.V V-.il 4.. 4
AI?a D culcr In
4?., iC, 4?.?., i?.
dissolution r-roricn- ;
Ty.a Sm of A'.V.n'cn A V k , u ill J nj ."o've 1
br m-t'unl oacsnt. Tbo laliiJ'S will boc.ctiu-
tf li. V...1. liooa. iuUer Ot t3 C: I r,. :-.-..
n;tb-r:xol t. sia the ri-js oi tao cii Lrci ia
iu p tie br.Un: cf tai g-.rne o 1 to co'.Uct th
4.-u-.tj s? 1 not-? f.f t'.u saraa. A:! p-r--o-.i
r,r them.-elrt-s in-lebfi t io tbi ra cf A:xi xhqz &
Co., 1U call t ca.3 al s-t..o ?.
- LEGAL NOTICE. '
Ja-1x E. An-ir-kcf tba Fui? cf Tn.t;
tynotiScl th utiideon Atck'k, did oa r olit iiy
of Ju!j, li;'7. -e his poririoo ia tbe cCc of tb
Clerk of tha Di-trlct Cocrt, witbU and for -the
Ci.ua ty cf XfTiaba. art Ute f A'cbruo'vi. cb ir-ic-
tboiwid I.y.Iia E. Areiek with crinn f a ta't.'ry
wfib. nWi'.:UT3 llendiii, ant frayin t'.nt b
n.r,;' bo dirorced fra the fail LjdU E. Arnl.'k.ii: i
for ti.o cviftodr ar Jcriitrc' cf their minor cbi'.Jrta,
w hi: h j c'i'.ki'n wii! ba f)r bcarinj at tbe reii
Utia r.f Mid V',!Tk-l Gcur;. ' . .v
l)J?d tbU 7th J;7 T A5i,T. ' '
Ordered tbat thi cttce ro pulibei for feer
weeks ia the Xelruili-v A T'r. '
45.-11 $3 ' CU.-k cf Diti'ft Court.
LEGAL N07ICH. "
LathoT TTjadlcy, A-lyir.t.'tnr ef ta3 Estate of
V,T. li.. W. ': b. - c? :?.jl,arit the b i',r c- d ?Tie
of 7.r..nC,U, wUoto tho x!-.;a-; ? !i'an
tion are nnkr.own will U! ntici thit J.i.'.IioI-lirsi-Ltftd.as
i.la:nti:f,hai 5l bio p?tI:ion s r'.in'S
t'a?n aidefen.iaatv.ia the Ditrfot Coirt cf .Nema
ha Coiit.'? in the 8'ato cf N.rn lii, Tbjo' jeot
and prayer rf faid petiti.i' h 1 1 ol t;-!n f.-. ri Jiid
Court a de-.Tce f.--r tho f r ".IC'S rrf .rr.an of t t-r-tfi
i c-L.rvt i n writin tna. le by t.? Mid V-. 71. V".
Cf'-b, .(--. : - to convey to pta:a'.i.7 th-i .V-rth
we.-t i-.x irer of soctiim IC. in towo-b:p .r. r:'.i cf
r-rv5 il.cv-r.in I'Tro Conr.ty, .Nv r '.s upa
tb-ipUIarll .iyjr5; the siu""Jnt rf rs ;: -y f -rood
npon in rtid ( r.trpct, a n l-I ti.1 r. f.ir .- .. L: .ot--vcyame.
lJK!Vnu.in'-'ro re uirci to .-r c.r d
raur on or before the 1av of SeT- ft: W.
J. W. 17M'.LIXGS'UEA! by
C. F. Nyk, bi Attorney.
OrJfrcd that the ahovo not;-,e bo j abli.-b ' I in tha
Xebrask Adrertiscr fir f.;);rff-n.?-;ativ!. w?t-43l
. . YM. II. IiOOVETt,
43-4t-?lI .23 Cl'k of Vii'i C-.ittt.
" " r- A JL S O -C4
At to.Eia of th3
Big- Sed- "Steed.
. Is tho phi-:e to buy
. AS I)
Hecp constantly on bd a complete aiJhacnt of
V.'oii St ard 4
"s .. Kifvhea
, . y ' . J'jrlrr
i ' Tbl
; i Mtalij
Ewir.t. r ihi,
L' cr jc " . .,,
l'lain S :..-!
licK-'iin Cr:'.?, ' -Lvd
i Lii;.;."r. i
C'i.i and 0!.T.
risr.'i S-'O'di. T-p' v ;.' 'r '
Ci!t and ll.-ew-.j ;.tii.7i: . r . et,
Pii cws, l'iiio'? Hiii, c:, e:c, :;., tw.
. . , ... T -
OiiJil L.iOjb Ulii- ll'J4'V i.-wv tv'hli.i
Acd aryfhir.'; ar 1 ercry'liir r-Ircd to fet n-t
pI-;-i orfun-y h lU'rV-ri-j
Ail of thur B:.e i eih l:?.--.'v'-r" I rr put
op ouder their jpc-jhii su, .-r;.t.i.d ;, whicii
rnsWi thra ir'i.-ica, eL:i.i.ijr p.-if.-j tb3
eostirn ir:!nafuttit j.i -a. 1 1; ...
OUlt HEAESE -
i . ,
i atth?scr?h:? r: th? pr.hE? it fl.2 7 th-.-. it irf-r
be -.Jcd,8td is i,o:tc- h t f.:.c I'j'i z an
farther 1-4 jt.
e rr1? d. :r- hn,:""; 'ly ,.sh p7r!eip?
! a oti;! r ? -.-f. 1 v 3 ' . -r n ?o h ,;-;c ar: 1
) S'.VAX PKO.
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