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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1867)
..nvtt ccnrricii, Editor
MTTJfVILLE, THURSDAY, 50V. 23,U7.
. .... nrtcnslrccllon,
EfrlSSO Urg majority of the elcc
st9 ef th United Slates roted for Ab
rihra Lioola for President. The dem
cr&u cf the North, in order to punish
lb cia ftr txtrcbiDg thtir right of
tvfTrmg in violation of tie tupposed ves
tedrighit of the old Democratic party
te potrer encoume the Southern faction
ei their rr,T cde from the Uuion.
T7e Btj ia crder te punish the nation,
they iv this iacouragement, for we
eta hardly brinj ourselret to believe
i hxi tny coawderblr portion of the par
tj really ratast to break up the Union,
exi CzsStj the nation, but that they en
osrcgd tie rebellion 0 far as they dar
1 te 0 witfcoff really accomplishing
tie reiult, it undeniable.
. In the Democracy met in a Na
tiesal CcsTectiea at Chicago, and there
declare! &at the war to preserve the
TJarea w k failure, tad that the only
-f untried method te accomplish
uth rwult wa to restore the democ
fftty to power, bt the loyal people of the
fc&iUa'&&.x&t otherwise, asd as a con
eiquence re-elected Abraham Lincoln
., T.-;.t TIi Tic.mocrAcv. North and
A w y
Guth, adia; their meana and strength
"exhausted, -and the cation still contuma
cious, ch&s'ed their uctics, and through
r tttir rejTeaentative, D0,n delivered
A loraj Congress here comes to the
Xtsctte rThey eo far shape the policy of
hi country at this juncture of affairs ts
i !c j the power of the nation under
r-yiti tbwsy for the rebel States
--) ti c-?:r tJifjttace to the uon
"ifl l$ Union under lie old
t ts, the. Detnccracy will hare
-., ...iccrica frca the hands cf a
4 , fc---
tri aacdd. which shall preclude me
T.fcuiiiity of enotner toiurrection, wnen
trer such a punishment, in their opinion
ie accessary. Now that there ts a pros
peel cf the Southern States securing
thtir eqtul representation on libera
trrtnt ia the halls of the National Leg'
ulattrrt finder the Congressional plan of
rtceatuuctioD, the Democracy are mar
.abalUcj their forces to prevent it. Con
tentictts are being called in the South
era C tales to de-rise means and measures
te pretest the adoption of any and er
sry Constitution which may be submitted
- fr their suffrage by the Conventions now
. is tian in the Southern States. The
calling cf such meetings by the Democ
racy, before the constitutions are made
tad finally submitted, shows a determi
catioaea their part to oppose the same,
not from crracrpSe bat because they are
irrevocably and politically bound to vote
Ammm anv reconstruction not of their own
:prc5etin. The military tyrany under
Vv saw tfv mrm crrnAninc. and
tie financial prospects of the country suf
fering; is to them preferable to the best
form cf government, if dirised andwtab
lishei ly the cltmtncy cf a Eaditaf Con
rts. nceilca Iri Kerc York.
The New York Timts says :
"The Tribuni attributes the loss of
this State to the action of the Republi
can, and especially uf the Republican
journals, who are opposed to 'what they
are pleased to stigmatize as Radicalism.'
We prer utae it u tubstantially correct in
ee doing. . We do not know that indors
ing Gen. Gran alone 'kpt fifty thou
exad voters from the pollr," as th- Tri
bunt says it did, but we have not the
elightest doubt that it kept enough awy
te lose the State. We commend this re
cult and this o inion concerning the cause
at ii in t K ntrinl run LJernt inn nf thp
fervid and sanguine gentlemen who man
ge to get the control of the campaign
into their own hands.' .
"The subitance of the above is this:
The Time's faction would not support
the Republican nominess of the State of
. -t I-.. t ; I
liew i era ai me laia election oecause
they were of the Trilvnt stripe of pol
iticians, cr that is to say, if McKeanand
and bi3l0.0G0 Radical voters, would not
give way to the Time's faction cf fifty
thousand, and give them the full swing
of all the offices and emoluments of the
State, then the Times faction would car
ry a'l many cf its voters over to the De
mocracy it' could. The Radicals,
largely ffepoaderating, over.all others,
taw no good raon for sacrificing their
principles, persisted in making their
&orniotun?, and the Times in the above
exults over its success in defeating the
Republican ticket and closes by virtually.
yinz, "Now. Mr. Tribune, and you
310.003 voters for McKean for Screta
ry of State, learn And ponder over this
lessen. Yoo rausl hereafter Jet my fac."
'ton control the political' sentiment of
Ylk, ad lr uf hare ihe offices.
joa by giving them to !
the Democracy every time you refuse".
- We honor the true Republicans of
cf New York for the course they pur
seed they are stronger in defeat upon a
square stand up fight, than they could
possibly be if successful ith candidates
who were more than half with the op
positioa, and sever subject to the policy
and control of the party. This course
will drive the political stinks where they
belong, and the voters who have been
cc7rolled by this political legerdemain,
will see that they have been gulled by
trickery, and will hereafter drift into
the right channel. In the meantime the
Democracy will claim that the great po
litical reaction long expected hfs taken
place, and that the people are tired of
Radical rule, and as a consequence are
bound to hoist the Old Liners into pow
er and plunder once more.
Let them exult if they must, and attrib
ute tSeir success to whatever source they
may, their power is limited. The peo
ple have not changed. Treason, traitors
and their abettors are as odious to-day
s in 1664, as the overwhelming Radi
cal vote of next year will abundantly
New Yobe, November 20, 1S67.
last nicht nominated Hon. John H. An-
thoo for Mayor. This is the fourth can-
didate running for Mavor.
Prentice is hard on Andy. He says :
'Our government, as administered for
some years, seems to have been nothing
better than a patent thieving machine."
The patent expires March 4, 1869, and
there will be no extension.
The Louisville Courier thus alludes to!
a speech of Gen. Sherman :
'When Sherman in his speech profes
ses to wonder how any Southern man
can speak of the 'lost cause' in language
other than that of shame and sorrow.'
we can find no words strong enough to
Pinrpss onr :o(i!(rnntinri. lit RCirrmv in.
deed, there is much at the South, and
God knows it is not without abundant
couse ; but it is as impossible to connect
infammy with the 'lost came' as it is to
associate vice with the holv religion
T. c .u . ii .7 . i
The Southern people know that the cause
for which they so heroiealy fought is lost,
and they have sinse accepted in gjod
faith the decision of the sword. Bji
there is not a man of them but glories
in, and is proud of, tbe part be took in
the war. Let them not, then, be insult-
ed by such an ungenerous taunt as that
convened in the words of General Sher-
Washington City propose to hold a con-
vention of Souvhern Radicals on the22d v;ng problems involving millions of dol
of February to bring forward the name Ars ,n SUCQ a manner as shall redoun to
of Mr. Chase as Candidate for Presi-
Mrs. Jefferscn Davi a few days ago
passed a night in Rutland Vermont,
while traveling to join her husband in
Canada. The Copperheads of the town
brought out two brass field pieces and
fired a salute, and in the evening with a
few cracked instruments, serenaded the
rebel's wife with the Confederate 'na
ticnal' air cf 'Dixie.'
Vallandigham has publicly announced
himself a candidate for the United State
Senatorship from Ohio. His claim are
naseii upon nis martyrdom in benalf of
ix uov: noiden or JNortn Carolina.
says wnen ne was appointed provisional
uovernor. rretiaent Jonnson gave mm
-unlimited power" to seize property and
cpnnscate it to tne use of tne btate gov
ernment. He (Holden) furihermore
says that Aydy told him in the presence
of two witnesses that it was bis purpose
to cut up1 the lands of rich rebel in the
South and parcel them out among the poor
neocle. declaring "with emphasis" that
such should be the result of the twenty
thousand dollar clause in the amnesty
proclamation ; that the large landhold
ers of. the South, who bad fomented the
rebellion eo account of their Slave prop
erty, should not live at their ease on their
estates while thousands cf poldier's fami
ies lacked homes and means of subsis
London, Nov. 22. Last night an ef
fort was made in the House of Commons
to save the Manchester Fnians from be
ing hung. A large majority of the mem
bers. how.er. manifested no disposition
to interfere in the matter. An other
demonstration against the execution of
a V pnifln innlr mitr lst niaM in nna I
or toe puonc nans, a committee was
appointea to araw up ana present a pe
tition to the Queen for mercy. Every.
thing indicates beyond a doubt that the
Government is determined not to par
don on commute the sentence of the un-
ortunate men. The petition was drawn
and presented to the Queen at Windsor.
ler Majesty in the most direct manner
declined to answer the petition.
Dispatches containing the gratifying
intelligence of the safety of Livingston
the celebrated traveler and explorer have
been received. The particulars are few,
but ihe Doctor is known to have been
safe and vll in Aprrl last, and was then
exploring the wastes of Africa hundreds
of miles from tire soa coast.
A cable dispatch says. Mount Vesuvi-
ous is still pouring forth an immense vol-
ume of fire. Seven distinct streams of
the molten mass have been formed, and
as they press down the sides ,of the
mountain, the scene presented is ma?-
i nincent to tne extreme. .
The condemned Fenian.-AUen, Lar-1
ken .and Gould suffered the extreme
penalty of England's law, on Friday,
last, the 22d inst., at. Manchester, Eng
land. ' The precautions taken by Gov
ernment to guard' against an outbreak
were effectual. There was a drizzling
rain and dense fog, but notwithstanding
the weather, the crowd gathered to wit
ness the a-tvful scene was immense.
The Pope, who at first was strenuous
ly opposed to any conference whatever
for the, settlement of the Roman ques
tion, has at length withdrawn hi objec
tion, and is in full accord with the prop
oition of Napoleon. - The government
of Bavaria has. signified its acceptance
of the French plan.
- Many of the details of the Conference
have already been agreed upon. Munich
has been already chosen as the place,
and the 11th of December as the time.
Since the last dispatches', the Govern
ments of Italiy and Wurtemburg have
siguified their intention of accepting
places in the Conference.
The Paris Pa'rie -denies the report
that General Dix had expressed any de
cire of representation of the United
States in the Conference.-;
Tbe Coaty Commissioners.
The Commissioners of Nemaha Coun-
lY convene next ivionoay in an aojourn
ed session from the October term, for the
Dumose of transacting such business as
may legally come before them.
The bonds of all County officers ought
to be then presented for approval. We
understand that a majority of the legal
voters of the. county will pray the Board
to submit to the electorr of the county,
the question whether the county shall
subscribe to the capital stock of the
Brownville, Ft. Kearny and Pacific R.R.
Company the turn of 300.000, and the
KothoP thp hnn.l. nf ihoCmm.
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the aueslioQ whether a certain tax shall
be levied annually to pay the interest on
these honda so sold, and the nrincinle
whpn ,hev mature.
This is a question of immense mter-
est to the county of Nemaha and of still
more interest, if possible, to the coun-
tie5 immediately west, and the electors
$houW have lime t0 fuIly consider the
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malter Wllh, del'beration and calmness.
It well to submit such questions at
special elections, when all passion is al-
ton oA orA nrlion man ran fnrm srmnri
iud?ment, and exercise their right of
franchise as business men capable of sol-
Lhpir nlvn Mnrv ih (TPnpmi
prosperity of the County and State.
The Committee on impeachment were
to report on th it is understood
that five of the committee are in favor
and four against impeachment.
It is generally conceded that Congress
will repeal the Cotton Tax.
The President's Message was read in
a Cabinet meeting, for the first time, on
last Friday. Advance copies will be
supplied to the press, to avoid errors in
n a., ru .roMrJ on r.
i ncvciu y i uuusuu wa pi
Uument showins that the Prosident can-
not be suspended during tbe trial of im
peachraent, and that he can only be con
vicled for lreason and bribery.
Council Bluffs and St. Jo R. R.
We learn from the Rockpori Journal
that the St. Jo. and C. B. R. R. wil
pass through that county on nearly an
air line, on a grade of one tenth of an
inch per hundred feet.
The land owners7 south of the Brown
ville road have given the right of waj
to tbe company. Those north of this
road are not willing to do so. Still, they
do not show a disposition to obstruct the
work and the contractors are pushing the
grading to completion. If the good
weather continues the grading through
Atchison county will be finished by the
first of January.
Pawnee county was visited by a very
destructive prairie fire on the 3d. which
is reported to have destroyed, in the
eastern portion of that county, property
to the value of between twenty-five and
flftV lhnilSAnrt fnlTnra in hniia harm
t, . , , , , ,
lhlft In Ipnrn IhA rmmoc nr ttnxr nf iKa
to learn the names of any
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sufferers by the fire.
Judge Lake sentenced Otway G. Ba
ker, on the 20th inst for the murder of
Woolsey D. Higgins to be hung on Fri
day, the 17ih day of January next, by
the Sheriff of Douglass County.
We learn that Messrs. Presson &
Rhodes are opening a kiln of brick at
fecumseh. The citizens of this enter-
prizing town take a lively interest in the
ownville, Ft. Kearney and Pacific It
Nebraska is now aknowledged in St.
Louis, to produce the plumpest, hand
somest wheat of any Siaie in the Union.
The Omaha tier aid says a fire occurred
in - the Episcopal Cburch last Sunday m-or
li'tr5 white the congregation were en
ga? in religious service. Tha fire was
speedily extinguished with but little dam-
age to the building. It originated from
" defective flue. " ''
of Nebraska, with Appandix, edited by
Gen. Estabrook, of Omaha, ha been put
on the market by the publishers. Culver,
Page & Hoyne, of,Cbicago.: tThis work
embraces the General Laws passed at
the two subsequent sessions of the Leg
islature ; Constitution of the United
States; Con?titotion. of this State; the
Organic Act ; Treaty : of 1S03 with
Frace; Enabling Act ; Acts of Admis
sion, Congressional and Legislative; &c.
This is a valuable-work to citizens of
Nebraska, . ; -
According to the Springfield Republi
can Mrs. Sumner has returned and pace
upon honorable terms has been establish
ed in the Sumner family. "
Mr. . BeecberV novel, "Norwood" is
about to be dramatized for the benefit of
the theatrical world generally.
I ; mm t -
The formal transfer of Russian Ame
rica to the United Slates took place on
the 8th of October.
Tht Shelby County (Mo.,) Clerk's
office was entered recently, ihe safe
broken open and'SlO.OOO in county funds
The following from the Chicago Tri
bvne, is to the point :
In tho southern part of indiana, . Ohio
and lillinois, where the corn crop was re
garded as a failure, the crop has turned
out much better than was expected. The
yield per acre was not heavy, but as
there was a greater breadth sown, the
number of bushrls wU aggregate as
much as in former years. The crop in
Central Illinois and throughout Iowa
turned out much better than the most
sanguine ever anticipated, and take the
the country throughout, it is safe to say
that there will be as many bushels to te
marketed as in any previous year. The
new corn being 'marketed is of superior
quality. The grain is large and well
filled, andif it were only a litil-r drier,
would readily inspect No. 1. Already
it is having anl'eftect on the market fpr
corn. The new crop rules steady and
firm, while the old crop inspecting moat
ly as No. 2, is steadily depreciating in
price, and after the close cf navigation
it would not surprise us to see tne old
and new selling at nearly the same
figures. - ' '
Concerning the business of pork pack
ing, and prices in Kentucky, the Loiiis-
vill Courier of last Saturday says : ,
Ihe Hoc slaughter. loe season
is dragging and receipts light, with no
slaughtering to day, excepting at Jeffer
sonville. Trices ranging from o 1 4 to
6 1-2 gross, with tales of about 1,000
head in lots to packers ranging from 6
50 to 6 53 live weight at the packers
pens. The receipts continue light with
some 2,500 head in the pens this even
ing. The impression now generally en
tertained is that the packing around
tbe Fulls this year, owing to the ad
mitted short-crop in Kentucky, will be
far lees'' than" that of last year. Martin
& Sons, of JtfT-rsonville, killed 4C3
hogs to day, and the total slaughter thus
far this season around the Falls sums
up as follows : v :
HoZ$ killed to Nov. 17. 1S67 11.013
Hogs in pen - 2,500
Total .. 13,514
Same time last year ' : 'none.
The packing List season commenced
on the 20ih of November. The opening:
rates last season for hogs were 6 to 6
3 8 cts. gross..
The excitement among the negroes of
Richmond on the subject of being caught
alive for dissection, continues, Theybt
lieve that fort? medical students from
New Yok, are in Richmond for the pur
pose of procuring material for dissec
tion. Vry. few. are seen on the streets
after night, and not more than fifty at
tenJed n circus a few nights ago, while
heretofore at fea.t a thousand have usu
ally' been reseiot on such occasions.
On Tuesday morning last, a train of
emigrants passed through town bound
for Nebraska among whom was a young
man about twenty-seven years of age ;
who had thirteen children, eipht of which
were twin boys. Holt Counlv Sentinel.
Main Street opposite McPherton't Block,
BHOWN VILLE NEB.
i jf t"::'-:X - '3 I; h -
ALSO AGENT. FOR
Taken op br the nndericned two mile foath
of Glon Rock, Not. 12r.h, 1857. One Roan Steer
two jeara old. Ko inarke or brands.
S-5t . . UlLtS K. KEEDER.
J1DMLVISTRA TORS JVO T1CE.
To all whom it may Concern :
UICB is hereby siren that tbe Probate Court
of Johnson Countria tbe State of Nebraska, baa
appointed the following times for ex.itn iainjr and
allowing claims agin-t the estate of Jacob Clot
fe!ter,decHeJ, lute of theid eountj of Johnson,
to-wit. March 9rhT15VS; Ajril 13b, 1863. and
My llih, iSrtS.at ten o'clo k. A. u..of said davs;
the said ezamimit on to tkesI:iC9 before thj said
Ctnirtatthe frobat C art rocm in Tecaroseh. in
raid eountr i.f Johnson. All claioi cot creented
for allnwnnre to tbe shid Conrt on or icfore tbe II th
dao of Maj, isr,3, will be f-rerer bHired.
(uvea under my ban-l lhi 7th dav of October.
1567. GEOKGE W.DELOXO.
A SWAN k UliO'S.
IViid Ptacho Apple.,BlackberrieifCher,ie9t!
J ' 8AJr BSfl '
Tax Collector for the City oCBrownTilIe,
Will attend to the pmyment of Taxtt Jot non-rtridtn
land owntr tin Amci"y. twro
pondem e Solicited.
Office on Jf in bt. lit nd M,
. , BUOWNVJLLE, NEBRASKA.
SMITH P. TUTTLK.
rr e f.... Amti r mA Tlnim Aatnt. 1Y'Ut.
tend to the Protection of Claim before the Depart
ment for Ad Bounty Bark Fy ana rtnt'on
to ike Collection, of SemUAunual Hue on Pentium,
Office over Carnoas Bank Jfln ittreot,
Pertont withing Picturet executed in the latett ttyl
of the Art wuipieate can ai my An umutrg.
llaia stiet bet. lit and 34 Kreet.
BILLIARD HALL AND SALOON
Basement f Whitney's Block, &aia bet. 1st fc 2d Si.,
The Bett of Liquor kept Comtan ly on Hand.
J. H. BESOiT
Will da BLACKSMiTIIING of all kinds.
Make Hone Shoeing. Ironing of Wagon and SUigh
end Mac nine nor a arc:uy.
Staopun Main St., wwl of McPherson'f Blxk,
J. W. & J. C. GIBSON.
B ia O ICS M I T H S
SHOP on 1st between Mala and 1,
AH Work done to order Satitf action Guarrantied.
Proprietor of the CITI BA.KE1ZY. Fancr TTed
dine Cake rirnUbed vn taort notice. Dealer
in Confectkmarles, Fruiu a ad best Family Flour.
Main Street bet. lit and id,
Dry Goods, Groceries ISSH & Notions.
Foof of Vain Street near Leree,
WM. T. DEN,
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
Corn Planters, Plows, Stoves, Furniture
COMMISSION AND FOR WARDING MERCHANT
Main atreet bet Levee and lt,
H'ujhett market price paid for Hide, Pelt, Fur and
rroauce,.oy WJd. T. VZiN.
J. II. BAUER.
Xanafactarer and Dealer la
HjtRJVESS. BRIDLES COLLARS
. -r . ; . . .
IfendiagdoB te order lAfltfactioo rarranii4
Shop on Mam bet. lit and 2d ..
GATES & BOUSFIELD,
P L A S TER E Tt S .
take coutract lor BrickUrin', Puuerin,
building Ciiterus, and do anything in their line
in tbe most tatutactor and workmanlike manner.
GKO. W. PPBSET. LUTDtK BOADLIT. CHAS.O. DOJinT
DORSET. IlOiDLEY & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
and Dealers in Land Trarrants.and
Agricultural College bcrip.
Office, in Land Office Building t
XJrownvlllo, TJ"ol3 .
Boy end eelUmprarcd and animprored hand.
Buy Sell,aod locate Land Warrant!, and. agri
cultural college Scrip.
."iluke eareial releetioaa oi ferrnKt uoa
for hwation, Homesteadn.aBd nre-enptiou.
Attend to eonterred tvCr " Pj'a I
cbpcs,ic toe ijaiia um.
LetUrs ef inqnirj, prcisptry and enetrfulJyan
- - . i i
tt3r Correspondence Set icited .25x1
X V. D. PATCH,
Sliver and Sllvcr-PIalcd ware,
A'io- eonitantl j on hand, all mrietie? of
BEPAIRINO lone In tho neatest ityle, and at
CHARGES MGDZBATi: WOSX WAXR ANTZD.
CITY DRUG STORE
23r owiivillo ZKTolo.
Has joit receired and will constantlr keep oa
Land a large and well selected stock or genome ar
icles in is line, ta
One Door west of Grant's Store, Brown
Of Clocks: Watches and Jewelry done on tht short.
BrownTille. Neb.. Varch 15th. 18C. lft.S5.lj
HiHinrry & Dress- Making
J1ISS MAR Y SIMPSON,
Wishes to in for the lad ie. of Crownri!: ir
Ticinity that she hs jast commenced a first rlass
MILLINERY & DRESS-MAKING
Where work will be done with great care and neat
ness and alter the latest Faxtern sfjles.
Uleavhinirand Ket-airine dons in t. i. i....
stle and on short BotK-o.
' Infest slj Tea of Lvik ' and nrUren a nU aad
Bonnets e.,irUny kopt o hand. Utest pat
terns.oJ .Ladies lr5s. Cloaks.aad Childrea clo
thing cut on short nVties ......
Serond Sfieot. teweent Main & Water
ucwceni iUBin & J
BR O WmYVILLE, mYEBRJSK.1.
Theo. Mill & Co.,
ii feeds mm
PIONEER PAINT SHOP
JL J3J -JL- JJ
Grainer, GikTer, Glazii r,
White Washing and Kalcemining done.
All wprk done in a worlnsanlike manner ea the
SHOPoa Main street orer Monan'i Plow Fa
Theo. Hill Co.,
South side Mainbet. ltaud 2d
Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
na ocoicn aies, Juon
don Porter, Doub
Iin Stout, Cignj
Theo. Mill & Co..
oaxn. S. w. iranAt .
BEIT. nOQEHS, Cc CO..
Livery, Feed,and Sale Stabli',
Dealer lira!! kiadsof j5wk Horsa ItmrWr
-nj lixcsanjwj, stoea aoaraea toe dr r
C-.u m. . . . . ----r.-
The Proprietors bar raeent'y erected'
new,lrfff and eommodon Stable n .aia Street
near the efi Brownriile Homo. -ThiHrw ;. .n
IZESr "T- Theblie eaa he aoem-Ufa
A Stock aorrall with an ahandaat stl of
mu noarriaj or Dig&t.
J. GARSIDE ftV'l
TAB trial of this macaine at fi.,. ' !
Stat. Fair,. anl U,. MstV" '
fee aad asea it. mnite ia proo.,, "
Corn saeller tbe but ever iiw00td w""S
anjbell bia crop of corn at hii li-0'.. . '
cul vt a Shelter
Thl Corn Sbeller
tbrre rear p,t at tbe New rJr sui. .V
bat partiillj perf,et. It b
a Jegree cf rrrertitni. wa,. B nuke it . V
The following t the rep.t (f lt, j
macbine, at ibeirrfai trial ..f Aricni '
held at Aabnra.K T.' in Jar uill,11"
pcef tbe Sew Tr S'aie Ainc-inc
Among tbe nwebines oa X:.ioiu a i
Sbeller. Separr iCitin. btb."'5,.i!
erbff. Auburn. S T W. v.-'J , "T'1? . i
ana tborougbly tete4 tbt taxzhin,. ,J J
latton in pronoancinir it Ihe 8K3T ri.7. "
WK BVSU AW. It relil, aa.pti ErV'Cs
any aiie x abap, tbl 1 clean. mVA W.,T,!
and eae, and tbe tame oprtia ejr!i.
rrooa tne coo. ana tbe cba ir-m ue eLra . v
tbe corn ret far market : and it r,.,. ?':
b-r ef iot fne peraoa t perate it V. ? ? i
U aimpie ta coutrtKti.. nj OanLi. 4.
S. S.GOULD. FtmM.t.j
B. F. JOHNSON. mr J. IV
S. , TODD, - y'
Report ef Afrlenltnral Fair Cmaijit,,
ion ef ATibn:inral aad other J..m. . I
C 9f utt" f
V. S. Agencr lor Pans Uoiri tlM , j
JSo. 4b Park X w.Time Bail
V . . mm .
MB. J. B&INKUhOFF, K,.; ter s., , '
rlory Coiumittee, appoinied u i .ifJ; '
Eihibiti.in at l ho I i
k . . , " . "r af
uf, u.D Himr ana recommtuded U
CORX SHELLKE m tbe bet ia Aaieriu.
beiler. if delivered here, ready lor n,J--
i naveaccepteu ineir reoort. and ni
before Jaanary 1, XS67. Tuur.Trglt
J. 0. DXHBI. U.ilp
oi tne SnnkerboiT Ofjr rn 1
Corn SUe. ler, V-0.Ui'
Sample s hellers ibippd oa receipt a tt !
warranted to give aiuwn, r ibt Hfciis , A
' i unun syua atuct t
a reasonable time. Addrm
WLL T DEN.Ag't
! S-Uaa fda
THEO HILL & CO,
. FOREIGN AND. DOMESTIC
1 . .
FINE STOCK! .
Call and SeeTfies.
ME R CHANT
MUX STIiEET, BROWNVILLE, XEDSA
lias now oa hand a fall Slock of
Which he U prepared to sell bj tbe jri. :'
oat or make op ia the latest and tno f'l"'4V
tyle. A!ao, a Urre lot f KeaJj Mad
elected b himjtlf, which he eaa wam.'
CheaDer than was erer offered V
in this City. A23ft
mo. im &
1ST ,L X
Taker ao bT the andersizned i.
3-uh of Brownrtlle on tbe 4th dJ w ' tri
I8i7re red and white linebae c. J
otT right ear, aad anderslit in left; th.r,rssf.
Nor. U, 18.17 5t p4
PENSIOS 'KliUISIXO SUSSEOJ- i
Teodsrf bin r ifHiooa! serTic to tie ci
rrownriiie ana Ticmij. ,f.
UCCIVliAI s a a Mi . .-jx
XT : w . i. . . vt. T : i m,,th liJ
fst and to4r.-
.inr it n nil 1 1 m . v 111. :m m -
TTreih Toa5ale- i ti aad three psiIL
rrt"toratawi H tit 8aVr. 41-I IT Viy
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