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. THUT.SDAY, AUGUST ISih. 15C3.
J. S. CHURCH, Editor.
For President In 1668,
REPUBUOAIl' STATE TICKET.
far Presidential Elector
T. J. JIM .'M VETTE, of Cuss Co.
. Z.r,(,'f.b'.4 J7A r f rjfKar.lsoa.
J. F. WA ENEli, cf DahoU Co.
Member of Co -vre-s
JOIIX TAFFE, of Douglas Co.' '
DA VID E UTLEIZ, cf Tawnee Co.
For Secretary of st. t e
T. P. KEXNAED, of Washington.
For Treasurer of suite
JAMES SWEET, of Otoe County
For Auditor of state
JOHX U ILLFSriE. of TCemaha.
District Attorney, lf;t Judicial p.-trio;
O. B. IIEWETT, of lseni.ba Co.
Republican Co. Convention.
A Convention of the ItormMIenn party of
Nemaha County vrlll Jx held nt the Court
House In Urownvllle, at V o'clock i x. cu
Saturday, the 2ih cf Scptcjnbcr,
to nominate the following officers, to be vol vi
for at the election on the Beoond Tuesday In
One County Commissioner for 1st District,
Four Representatives to the Legislature,
One State Senator and
IVlogates to the Senatorial District Con.,
snd to transact such other business as rn;?v
be of Interest to the party. The 1U -publicans
of each precinct are requested to hoii mef t
Inrs4 their respective, places of holding el
ecUo.ih, on Saturday the 2th day of August,
ltsas, to elect delegafos to said County Conven
tion. Tbe precincts are entitled to the following
number of delegates :
Brown vllle 150
bt. Deroln 5
DoucUsjj .. 3
i i : u...
Ev order of the Itemibllcan Central Com
mittee. JOHN L. CALVsUN, Ch'n.
A. J. RlTTEB, Sec.
We notice a change In the pro
pretorship of the Omaha Herald. It
is now published by Messrs Rechard-
con & Briggs, with D.Uiller as editor.
The Herald ia a readable paper despite
The M.E. Church bold a camp meet
ing at Long's Bridge, iu this county,
commencing Thursday evening, Au
gust 20th, lasting over the following
Bunday. A Free dinner is In course
of preparation for the Sabbath for the
entertainment of all in attendance.
Mr. Price, of the Nebraska City
Frcs8,vr&s recently assaulted and felled
to the ground by a dastardly villain,
known in that city under the official
cognomen of "city marshall." The
council are now looking for the author
ity to warrant his removal from office.
Messrs. Irish, Price & Co., are now
iasulng a dally, neat in its mechanical
appearance, solid and sound In its
editorial matter, fresh in its news
department. Such a paper should
be, and no doubt is, well sustained by
the enterprising people of Nebraska
The United Baptists of Isebraska
meet in convention with the church in
Vesta. Johnson county, on the 23rd
day of August, for the purpose of or
ranizing an association to be known
as the "United Baptist Association of
Nebraska." Public services will com
mence at 11 o'clock, A. M. Sermon
by Elder Freeman.
There are farmers in the country
anxious to know why it is that flour is
selling at $6 per hundred, with wheat
at Si per bushel. Three bushels of
wheat will usually yield a hundred
weight of flour after the toll is taken
out, and we see no good reason why
flour should exceed $3,50 $4, with
wheat at its present market value.
m t m
Senator Tipton and Judge Hewett
left Tuesday morning for Tecumseh
and Beatrice, where they have been
invited to speak before the Republican
Clubs. The citizens of the western
counties listen anxiously to all fair
presentations of the issues involved in
this campaign, and none command
their confidence more eminently than
do the two gentlemen above named.
The good people in the vicinity of
Glen Rock, held a preliminary meet
ing at the Highland school house on
last Saturday afternoon, for the pur
pose of taking steps in the formation
of a Grant and Colfax Club. 8. P.
Majors, and Professor McKenzie, of
Peru, and Judge Hewett and Jarvis S.
Church, of Brownville, were present.
The meeting was adjourned until
Tuesday evening August ISth, to meet
at the school house in Glen Rock. Let
there be a general attendence.
The pestiferous grasshopper is again
on the wing, traveling and graizing
upon cornfields and gardens in its
inarch from the west toward the River.
The drouth has been very severe in
the Interior of the State ,'and the pros
pect is that the grasshoppers will con
sume all that has survived the dry
weather. We hear that they strip
whole fields of corn in a few hours
and then "travel." The account of
there dietructiveness in some localities
are almost too incredible for belief. -
The Council Blufis and St. Joseph
Railroad is jiow finished, and trains
run daily between those two points,
connecting with trains to all points
East. South and North. The mana-
gcrs of this road, which is wholly
within the States of Iowa and Missouri,
have shown a commendable willing
ness to respect the wishes and wants
of Nebraska and her enterprises.
Half-fair tickets have been granted to
excursionists, to those wishing to at
tend Conventions, . Grand Lodges,
State Teachers'. Institutes and State
Fairs, on this side of the river. Our
citizens will remember these favors,
and give the road the benefit of their
good will and patronage. '
The Brownviil, Grant and Colfax
lub accompanied by the Brass Band
cf Brownville was in attendence at the
formation cf a similar club at Nemaha
City on lat Saturday evening. The
Republican fires in old Nemaha are
all tslow. Organization Is the order
of the hour, and work the recognized
duty cf each individual Republican.
Ourolject i3 not so much to increa.se
the lare majority cr ballanco in our
favor a3 it is to m-enerate the Democ
racy, and make this indisputably "the
land of the free and the heme cf the
brave." We have no truer people, or
no more wide-awake Republicans in
the countv than are to be found at
Nemaha City: all see the necessity of
r-orMant viiilance the price of liber
ty in varcUrg of the shaft of an in-
Vie notice a long article in the last
Brcvrnville Democrat concerning th
action of the II. E. Conference in the
case of the Rev. A. Williams, which,
ve think, tends to ruM:al the pub
lic. The Conference, "in good filth,
over one year crro, admitted Mr. Wil
liams, then from the II. E. Church,
South, into the Nebrr.a Conference
as a circuit preacher, c;n J gave -him
what is known as the Kulo Circuit,
where he labored acceptably until the
Peru Conference Session. It seems
that Mr. Willian,beingcIo?e!y pressed
by a few "-rliprfn'? Democrats, was
1BUic""lLii". uo ''bciiibiount io bear
upon him ; did not think it would be
published ; he was sorry he wrote it f
said he was indiscreet in doing so, still
he believed then, and does now, that
what he wrote to be true.
Mr. Miller, of Omaha, and Mr. Pres
son, of Falls city, criticised his course
severely for after condemning politics
and political preachers, being found
dabling in politics himself, and especi
ally in so slimy and scurrilous a sheet
as the Omaha Herald. The only point
that the Conference insisted upon his
acknowledging as wrong, was that he
should not have come out publicly in
a secular sheet to falsify the Confer
ence Record. That the better way
would have been, to have brought the
whole matter before the next Confer
ence and had the matter corrected.
This point having been satisfactorily
settled, it is our opinion that his rela
tion with Conference as a circuit
Lpreacher would have been continued
nad not brotner Williams, nlmseir, in
sisted upon the withdrawal of the mo
tion, and asked" to be put upon the lo
cal roll. Ills character was passed as
good, and they but granted his own
request, in placing hini where they
did. Conference in no 6ense consid
ered him in reference to his political
opinions. The above are our recollec
tions and impressions of the matter.
We print this week, in fulh the Dem
ocratic State Ticket. We see that Ne
maha county is offered her choice be
tween two of her citizens for State Au
ditor, and between another two for
For Auditor, tho Republicans offer
us Mr. Gillespie, and the Democrats
offer us Mr. Lett. Both are intelligent
honest and able men. We should feel
quite resigned to our fate, whatever it
might be, had we no cause to fear
greater injury to our country and her
educational religious and political insti
tutions, than would naturally result
from the administration of Mr. Lett.
He is a Christian and a gentleman,
and hopes his party is not half so bad
as it really is ; and we are glad to know
that Mr. Gillespie is his peer in every
thing that goes to make up a truly
loyal man, and a trustworthy officer.
For District Attorney, for the First
Judicial District, the Democrats want
E. W. Thomas, and the Republicans
are bound to have Judge O. B. Hewett,
both practicing and long resident at
torneys.of Brownville ; both loyal, in
telligent men, able and competent to
fill the position to the entire satisfac-J
tion of the people of the District. In
conductingthis campaign, we hope not
to say one word or blow one breath of
suspicion against the private charac
ter or the public standing of either of
these gentlemen of the Democratic
persuasion ; but as endorsers and ad
vocates of the policy of non-reconstruc
tion, repudiation and revolution, we
expect to show that politically, they
are unsound, untrustworthy, and una
dapted to the wants and expectations
of the present Immergencies.
Mr. Gillespie has been Auditor for
the past two years, and has proved
himself to be a competent and capable
officer, and his re-nomination was but
an endorsement of his official acts.
Judge Hewett was elected Prosecu
ting Attorney of Nemaha county, in
18G2. as a Union man. This office he
resigned on entering, as a private, the
Second Nebraska Cavalry, in which
he rose to be a commander. In the
fall of 1SG7, he was elected over Mr.
Thomas, as County Superintendent
of Common Schools for Nemaha
county, and this spring he was elected
over Mr. Broady, as City Attorney for
the city of Brownville, running largely
ahead of his ticket. This is but a pre
lude to the handsome majority the
First Judicial District has in store for
him in Obtober next.
The following items we clip from
the Rockport Journal:
The foundation of the Methodist
church is nearly completed. . After
thatia done the work will progress
The regular Auirust term of county
court begins in this place on Monday,
17th inst. Persons interested will take
notice. . '
The Phelps City Eccord is the name
? Ee. 10 1x5 Published at
I helps City, soon, by the Ilccord
Republican Club, Brownrllle.
The Republican Club of Brownville
i3 doing valiant services in the cause
of Republicanism. They are giving
aid to the clubs In the eurrounding
precincts, by sending out speakers and
persons to form clubs. We are racing
about $1200 to defray these expenses,
wiih others' that may arise during the
campaign. They have employed the
bras3 band as an accompaniment.
They hold, meetings at Republican
Ileaa-quarters every Thursday even
irtrv On lnt Thursday evening the
, ; " ... : : - - d by Col. Furnas and
. ' !. llaq . ; the former con
t . ; ,.v ::; that the rebellion,
vhkh resulted in destroying so many
brave soldiers, cost so much money
ot Its suppression, involving such
enormous tax e.?, was the direct result
f Democratic rule, up to ISoO. And
that all the hardships which now are
in Infliction, are chargeable upon the
let.ding Democrats of tbe nation ; and
' hould they be successful, they, in ac
cordance with the, expressed senti
ments of F. P. Blair, would run the
Government back into another revolu
tion. The latter, as clearly and as for
cibly, demonstrated the fact that the
ebels of the South would gain in the
iscendency of the . Democratic party,
vhat they failed to accomplish by force
)f arms. ' . ' '
I In conclusion, he said, "Show me
he men who first fired upon Fort
umpter, and I will show you men to
lay that Wear the Seymour badge.
: 'iow me the men that fired upon the
unarmed Pennsylvania troops, in the
'streets of Baltimore! J Show me the
men that starved and shot down the
starving, half-naked, emaciated Union
prisoners at Andersonville, at Libby,
and at Belle Island! Show me the
massacrers of Fort Pillow and New Or
leans! Show.nie the unrepentent
rebel, from the private to the Major
General that led. the armies of the
Southern Confederacy! Showfne its
President, Vice President, and its Cab
inet, and I will show you men, that
without a single exception, now wear
the Seymour-Blair badge."
They were frequently cheered, and
both speeches had a cood effect The
Club will be addressed to-night by J.
N. Reynolds, Esq.
The Republicans of Nemaha city
met in the hall on Saturday night
last, and were called to order by elect
ing J. P. Crother, Chairman, and James
On motion, Mr. Barnes, James
Hacker and George Fairbrother, were
at)Dointed to draft a constitution for
the formation of a Republican Club
While the Committee were in consul
tation. Col. R. W. Furnas addressed
the Club upon the political issues o:
The Committee appointed to Draft
a Constitution, reported the same,
which wvs read, and on motion, was
On motion, J. P, Crother was -made
permanent Chairman, and J. H.Barnes
permanent Secretary. . J. H. Drain,
for Vice President.
On motion. Messrs. Barnes, Howe
and H. T. Minick, were appointed
Committee on Finance.
On motion, the Chair appointed a
Committee on General Arrangements
The Club was then addressed at some
length by De Forest Porter, of Brown"
I ville, followed by Jarvis S Church
On motion, the Club adjourned until
next Monday evening, that being made
the regular evening of meeting for the
J. P. Crother, Chairman
J. C. Barnes, Secretary.
At a meeting of the common council
of Nebraska city a committee was
appointed to take into consideration
the matter of the city marsh all's unjust
ifiable assault upon one of the proprie
tors of the Press. The committee re
ports as follows : .- -
"Your committee does not deem it
necessary to recite the voluminous
testimony taken. A summing up
shows that upon Tuesday evening
Aucrust 4th. Mr. Shannon, City Mar
shal, committed a premeditated and
unjustifiable assault upon the person
oi . 11. fnce, Jiq., assailing uira
without warning, witn a weapon
known commonly as a "slungsnot,"
and Innicnng a severe if not danger
ous wound; and, in said act, commit
ting a flagrant violation of law, as
well as disregarding his most apparent
duties as a peace oiiicer,
And recomends the passage of the
following resolution :
Resolved, That the Common Council
of Nebraska City cannot too severely
censure the "Marshal of the City, for
the wanton and unjustifiable attack,
with an offensive weapon which he
made premeditatedly upon a citizen:
and for his gross failure, in several
instances, to perform his manifest
duties as the particular guardian of
the peace of the city.
Resolved, That Richard T. Shannon
be hereby requested by the Common
Uouncu or iNebraska City, to resign
his office of City Marshal, and should
lie isni to do so, the Mayor then to
taKe sucn legal steps as may be nec
essary to relieve the city government
of the further retention of the said
office by Mr. Shannon.
Poppleton at Home.
at the home of A. J. Poppleton, Dem
ocratic candidate for Congress, pub-
nsnesan article oevoted to nis record
ana ciiaractenstics, wmcn we con
dense, as it is too long to publish en
ure in tnese columns, roppieton is a
man of property, a good lawyer, but
selfish and prescriptive. He never
gives anything to public improve
ments' if he expends a dollar it is
with the certain prospect of getting
two dollars in return. Wniie a pre
tended warm friend of the adopted
citizen, ne Degan nis political career
as a violent, prescriptive Know Noth
ing. He is an ultra partisan of the
Vallandingham school, and expects
to ride into office through the influence
of the Union Pacific Railroad ,Jof which
he i3 attorney. He is cold and aris
tocratic and has no hold on the masses.
He i3 not as strong In Omaha as his
party, and will run behind his party,
and will run behind his ticket. Be
cause he was not nominated for Con
gress four years ago he bolted and
worked against the Democratic nom
inee, Judge Kinney, of Nebraska
This is the man the hard-working,
hard-fisted Democrats of Nebraska
are asked to vote for. An aristocat,
who has no feeling in common with
them, he cares not for them after
geting their votes. Our German and
Irish fellow-citizens are asked bv the
Democrats to vote for a bitter Know
Nothing, who would have srladlv
withheld from them the choicest priv
ilege of their citizenship. This is
the Democratic nominee as he is. I
without any Democratic gildidg. J
The following is a letter from a gen
tleman well posted in politics, although
not a regular politician himself.
Cxiicago, August 5th, 1SCS.
Fkiexd Coxleg: Yours of the 1st
is received, and I am glad to hear from
you, and to know that our friend3 are
wide awalve out there. I see no reason
to doubt tho success of our ticket, all
tbe signs are favorable ; much depends
upon the result in Indiana, Ohio and
Pennsylvania, at the October elections.
Should we carry those States by re
spectable majorities, the " Cops" will
not expect to succeed at the Novem
ber election. I do not know of a man
who voted with us in '64, who will not
vote for Grant ; and I do know of quite
a number who were against U3 then,'
who will be with us now. There is a
general feeling, and . it is becoming
more general every day, that we have
had enough of war, and that we can
not afford to hike the chances of Frank
Blair's being President, and inaugura
ting another war, and of repudiating
ourdebts. All that is required to make
Grant's election absolutely certain, is
a reasonable effort on the part of his
friends. Youre, truly,
J. R. JCOfES.
Tecumseh, Neb., V
August 5th, 1868.
Mr. Editor; On last evening our
citizens had the pleasure of listening
to the able speeches of Governor But
ler and Professor Goldswaith. Al
though but one day was given in which
to announce the meeting, the house
was crowded to its utmost capacity,
while a large majority of the audience
were assembled around the outside
filling the windows and doors as eager
The Governor reviewed the hi
of the Republican party, shop
its place in the history of ou,
was the most prominent of a;o :t V
that has had control of public
and that durinar the trying oiut-al of
the rebellion it was equal -to the task
of the preservation of the Union, and
not only defeating the military power
of the rebels, but also that of striking
the shackles of bondage from four mil
lions of human beings, and forever set
ting at rest the vexed question ot sia
He also reviewed the present Plat
form of the Democratic party, and the
proceedings of the convention that
formed it ; and showed how the artifi
ces of political wire-workers, aided by
monied monopolies, have thwarted the
will of the party in the West, and so
demoralized the convention as to per
mit the unrepentent rebels of the bouth
virtually to present again the issues of
civil war, in determining the result of
He then ably and logically presented
the claims of the Republican party
upon the citizens of Nebraska, m se
curing the best interests of this young
and growing State, and developing its
boundless resources of wrealth and
His entire speech was able, compact
and logical, and such as to awaken the
Republican party to renewed enorts to
secure the proper settlement of the
questions of the war, and as the means
of accomplishing that end, to so work
as to insure the success of Grant and
Colfax. And we but utter the sent!
ment of the entire audience on last
evening, when we say that such closely
reasoned and unimpassioned argu
ments, are characteristic of Guberna
torial qualifications, of which the Re
publicans may well be proud.
Professor Goldswaith. of Winconsin,
devoted some time to a review of the
work of reconstruction as being carried
by the Republican party, and the re
turn of the late Rebel States to their
proper relations to the Government-
showing the wisdom and justice of
A those reconstruction measures wmcn
require the exclusion of unrepentent
rebels from this work, and entrusting
it to loyal hands. He also offered
some telling remarks in contrasting
the characteristics of Grant and bey
mour, greatly to the disparagement of
Allow me to say that the whole
meeting was characterized by the
greatest enthusiasm, and has produced
glorious results in encouraging the
weak, confirming the feeble, and warn-
incr the "untcrrined." jonnston
county is all right.
Yours, in the Right,
Tlie War Candidate.
The election of Francis P. Blair
would he the approval by the people of
his desire to turn our political canvass
into a bloody war; to make party diff-
erances of opinion tnesulncient reason
for deadly personal enmity. It wonld
be the adoption by the United States
of a government by' assassination ana
violence, instead of a government by
law.. . J i
Were he elected and successful in
his plan, he would be above all law,
the military dictator of the land,
Were he elected and yet unsuccessful,
still the attempt to carry out his views
would cost the country more tnan tne
There is no straining, no exaggera
tion in this statement of Mr. Blair's,
position. Here are his words :
"We cannot, therefore, undo the
radical plan of reconstruction by Con
gressional action: the Senate will
continue a bar to its repel. . Must we
submit to it? How can it be over
thrown? It can only be overthrown
by the authority of the Executive.
"There is but one way to ' restore
the government and the Constitution,
and that is for the President elect to
peclare these acts null and void, com
pel the army to undo its usurptions at
the South, disperse the carpet-bag
State governments, allow the white
people to reorganize their own govern
ments, and elect Senators and Repre
Whether the writer of this atrocious
language knew what he was saying,
is beside the question. Probably not:
it is at least less disagreeable to suppose
mat ne was in a state of even more
than usual excitement at the time.
than that the former soldier of free
dom has become a deliberate traitor.
liut he has not retracted the letter.
and if elected, is pledged to carry it
uuu evening j'ost.
Maj. H. Davis. President of the
Mississippi & Missouri River Air
line Kailroad. Visited Oninoir rm
Monday last, and succeeded in having
an ordinance passed bv theCMtv nnnn.
cil, making the $100, 000 subscription
to our road. On Monday next, he
goes to Scotland county, to attend a
railroad mass meeting, at Memphis,
and to get the subscription of that
county in proper shape. A a soon na
this is accomplished, and a few pre
liminary arrangements are made work
will be commenced. We are also in
formed that parties are selected and in
readiness to sign contracts to fii
the iron and rolling stock as fast as it
is needed. This places the hnilnMno-
of the road beyond a doubt, and we
hope in less than a month to chronicle
the fact that a large force are at work
making a way for the iron horse.
Toot ! toot ! ! toot ! ! ! Clear the track.
Don't you hear the engine?
There is astorvof a doctor who
to settle in a village out West, and on
the first night of hi3 arrival was sent
for to attend a sick child. He looked
at the little sufferer very attentively.
ana men aenverea tins oracular opin-
on : mis nyar babe's got tne small
pox ; ana I ain't posted up to pustules.
We must approach this case bv circu
lar treatment. You give the little cuss
this draught. That'll send him into
fits. I'm a stunner on fits."-
Those who have an idea that Sey
mour is immensely popular in -New
York, and can carry that State when
no other democrat would have the
ghost of a chance, will do well to con
sider the following facts:
"In 1850 Seymour was defeated for
Governor, and received 314,3oL votes;
Church, on the same ticket for Lieu
tenant Governor, received o.S,)
votes ; Church over Seymour, 3,bo7.
"In 1852 Seymour was elected uov
ernor, and received 264,121 votes;
Church elected on the same ticket,
received 266,147 ; Church over . Sey
mour, 2,026.' . ' " . .
"In 1S54 Seymour commanded but
156,405 out of the nearly COO.OOO dem
ocratic votes in the State, and his
popularity, great a3 it was on account
of hi3 voting the Maime, liquor law,
could not secure his re-election, and
he was defeated by Clark, the fusion
candidate, by a few votes. " :
"In 1SG2 beymour was elected Gov
ernor by a vote of 306,649; Jones on
the same ticket tor Lieutenant Gov
ernor was elected by a vote of 306,705,
and Skinner, Canal Commissioner, by
307,318. Jones over Seymour, 56;
Skinner over Seymour, 667.
In 1864 Seymour was defeated for
Governor, and received 261,264 votes ;
Jones, for Lieutenant Govenor, on the
same ticket, .received 361,S43: Jones
over Seymour, 585. Fen ton's (Repu
blican) majority this year was 8,203."
Half Fare nates for State Fair.
The following letter from the As
sitant Superintendent of the Council
Bluffs and St. Joseph Railrood to C.
II. ' Wa'kar, Esq., Secretary of the
frK- t 3 L ird of Agriculture, gives" the
: : fy i :y information that railroad
' - rously promised half fare
to those attending the Nebraska
Fair by way of that road :
. C. B. and St Joe Railroad,
Council Bluffs, Aug. 4th , '68.
C. A. Walker, Esq., Neb. City:
Dear Sir: Your letter of the 3rd
Inst., is at hand. Will say in reply
that all people who attend the "Fair,'
on the "Line of our Road," we will
carry them at one half our regular
rates of fare. The above I trust wil
be satisfactory. .
D. S. Richardson, Ass' t. Supt.
. Bedford Precinct, V
Aug. 11th, 1868.
Club met pursuant to adjournment.
On motion J. H. Tucker was chosen
Secretary, pro tern.
DeForrest Porter being present was
called out and delivered a very spirited
and enective speech.
On motion adjourned to meet at the
Shermon School House one week from
' C. TUCKER, Pres.
H. Randal, Sec.
Secret societies are of very ancient
origin. Cain married the daughter of
a Nod fellow, and it is even supposed
that our first parents had a "lodge in
DIED In Brownville, Nebraska, August
tu, ioo-, at the residence of her orother, ii.
Atkinsou, Esq., Miss Husan L. Atkinsox,
youngest uaugtiter oi tne late Samuel Atiin
son, hq., formerly of V heeling, V a.
Miss Atkinson was born In Wheeling, Va.
January 8th 1811. After the death of her par
enta Bhe made her home with her 6later In
New York City. She completed her course of
education at the seminary of Mr. Miloi Jew
ett, Poughkeepsle, where she was a favorite
with the Principal and her classmates
Well educated, and of a kind, generous dis
position, she naturally dreo herself many
warm hearts, whose friendship caused her to
look forward to years of earthly happiness.
All the future seemed bright and Joyons
Alas, for earthly hopes ! Her brilliant pros
pects became clouded over by that terrible
disease, consumption, which seize 1 upon her
some two years ago. Hoping that this cli
mate would be beneficial to her health, she
came to Nebraska last Kay. Her disease,
however, was too far advanced, and although
better for a time, she soon grew worse and
failed rapidly. After two years of intense
pain she has found rest in Heaven.
She leaves two sisters and two brothers,
who with many other friends, mourn her loss
though " not sorrowing as those who have no
hope. For although she was not united to a
christian church, yet In her last hours she
gave evidences of true repentance and faith
She expressed unfeigned regret that she had
not devoted herself more zealously to the ser
vice of Christ in her days of health and
strength, and declared earnestly that it was a
most unfavorable time to attend to the great
business of preparation for eternity upon a
sick and dying bed.
While able she read constantly in her Bible
and when nolonger able to read she was glad
to hear others. She found also great delight
In hearing sung hymns of faith and hope,
Though life looked attractive, she was willing
to die. She died with hope, trusting in God,
saying, " this is a beautiful world, but I am
going to a brighter; going to be with the an
gels in heaven."
"No shadows yonder! '
All light and song;
Each day I wonder.
And say how Ion 9
Shall time me sunder
From that dear throng?
No weeping yonder! ,
All fled away ;
While here I wander
Each weary day :
. And sigh as I ponder,
My long, long stay. -
No partings yonder !
Time and space never
Aeain shall sunder;
B llearts cannot sever;
Dearer and fonder
Hands clasp forever." .
Heal Estate For Sale
By W. H. TIoovkr, Real-Estate Agent :
Southwest sec. 11, town 5, range 14, 160
Nortli west V sec 24, town 4 range 14, 100 acres.
Dwelling House ana two lots m urown vule,
Bt James McNaughton :
Northeast liof sec 17 town 5 range 10: in
jonnson county, 7 mixes irom recumsen.
By Barret & Lett, Land Agents i
40.WO acres of improved and unimproved
lana, ior saie on reasonaoie lerms,' .
TO SAINT LOUIS !
TWO DAILY TRAINS.
- Both Dally Trains of the Hannibal and St.
Joseph Railroart from tho west make close
connection at Macon City with the above
Una o T-ri v i n cr i n Tahiti w nil rr,n n -t i n or A
rectiy with all morning and afternoon trains
out of St. lxmis ior . .
Indianapolis, - Chieagof
And all Points East, North or South.
The only direct and legitimate route
West to St. XouIs and tne East.
Time to the Eastern cities as QUICK as
can be made by any route, with .
TiMrpts via the above line can be purchased
at all Hannibal St. Joseph ticket offices in
the west. . . !
Fair the same as by any other Route!
Carton Bates, President.
John P. Laird, Gen'l SupX
g H7n wheeler. Gen'l TVt Ag't.
Joseph Gambler, Gen'l Fr t Ag't.
P. H. Early. Agent, St. Joseph,
jILSnnii, General Western Agent. .
The Elebraska Advertiser
BEST AND LARGEST WEEKLY IN THE
the palntirt: business to J. "K.Fretz. 1
lr-rmTfrUndsfor the liber- I fiiu-or.;
Bt-.-ea on me. lor t!: r -t clev -1 y
hope they Hill continue t l
ces,or In I i slness, s Mr. nets ; n n i
en""i pv.ir.er, competer.i to rf-rf-.r
roz'c entr i-tel to him ii. a v - if
manner,, atd ca reasona Ay r.-..Uct-u
terms. . .
All per-ens nowir. t'.c msel t i::
to rn--i wiil rleij. com? ar.'l fettle the
August lh, 13ti LOUIS WALDIKli,
The undersigned will continue
Gulldlng, Glazing, Iajrliangtng, fce.
, Iio. 13 Uaia Street, .
(One door east of Ilsnk & Holtzinger's
Queens ware and Grocery store,)
JT. 3X. FRETZ.
JTorth East corner Main and Fourth Sis.,
A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF LADIES'
articles sneh as Trt nomlnsr, Cilove,
Tydles, Handkerchief , Zypiiru, &c.
Particular attention raid to Stamping,
Bradinj? ani BtirhlEir. of nil kinds.
Algp would call your attention to the
Whesler & Wilson S swing Machine
for which I am the Agent. I feel safe In say
ing that the Wheeler & WILson Sewins; Ma
chines ars the best ever brought before the
public. They are simple and durable ; easily
kept in repair; werit nitiiont noise; sew
with great rapl iity, makinar tne LockStUen.
that will not ltip, and sews from the corses t
to the finest article. ;
Especial invitation to nil to come and see,
and examine my str-!t and machines for
themselves. . SlliS. 21. E. BAiiGIS.
Chicago and North-Western E.W.
Grand Consolidated Line! .
Shortest and Mont Expeditious Route
to all Points East and South !
Trains leavethe depot at Council Bluffs in
connection with trains on the Council Bluil's
and bt Joseph Railroad, ns follows:
(Council UluiEs time) .
Express at 1130 a.nx. except Sundays.
Mail at 815 pm except Saturdays,
arriving In Chicago at 1 p.m and 5 a.m, mak
ing close connections with the Michigan Cen
tral, Michigan Southern, Pittsburg, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, Chicago and Great Eas
tern, Chicago and Alton. Illinois Central, and
all other Eastern and Southern Railroads, for
Toledo, Cleveland, Detroit,
Dunkirk, - Dunalo, - Sus. Rridge, ;
Albany, Montreal, yneoec.
Springfield, Worcester, Boston,
New Yorlr, Pliiladclphia,
Pittsburgh, ' Harrlsburgh, Baltimore,
Washington, Wheeling, Columbus,
Cincinnati, - Louisville, St. Louis,
Cairo, , (." Memphis, Vicksburg,
Savin j Time and Securing Comfort and Sujety !
Baggage Checked Through to all principal
points and . no extra charge for . transfer
through Chicago. -
Passengers have c-hoico' of Routes via Chi
cago, enjoying all the modern improvements
in use on nrsfc-ciass railways.
Superior arranged sleeping cars on night
Passengers for any point East or South, to
avail themselves of the many advantages
offered by this company, should be particular
to ask for, and see tnat their tickets read:
Via Chicago & North-western E.W
G. L. Dcnlap. Gen'l Sup't.
J. P. HoRTOX.N.W.Pas'r Ag't.Chicago
is. f . PATRICK, uen 1 iis r Agent.
The Short All-Bail Line ' East
Is the old reliable central route, the
Hannibal &. St. Joseph R. R. Line.
Take the Hannibal and St. Joe Railroad line
of Missouri liiver Packets from lirownville
to St. Joseplt where connections are made
Two Daily Express Trains
on tne llannloal ana st Joe Kauroai rnn
through from St. Joseph to Q,uincy without
cnange or cars,
CONNECTING AT QUINCY
With Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy, and
Toledo do., V abash and Western Railroads,
ior ou pom is t ast, iNoriu anu bourn.
FOR ST. LOUIS,
Close connections made a Macon with North
Missouri Railroad for St. Louis, and at Han
nibal with daily Missouri River Packet for
St. Louis. Meals and State Rooms free. Leav
ing every evening on arrival of trains from
the west, and arriving in St. Louis next
morning in season for business, and to con
nect with Chicago. Alton and St. Louis, Terre
Haute, Alton and St. Louis, and Ohio and
Mississippi Railroads, for all points East,
isorcn anu Boum.
Hew Sleeping Cars ran on Night Trains.
Buy your through tickets -via Hannibal and
Josepn uauroau at tneir ticket omces in
Omaha. Council Bluffs. Plattsmouth. Ne
braska City, to St. Joseph, and on each Packet
in tbe line, and enjoy the consciousness of
having taken the short, cheap and quick
P. B. Groat, oen'l Ticket Agent.
H. H, Cocrtkioht. Gen'l Fr t Agent.
C. W. Mead, General Superintendent.
Mutual Life Insurance Company
116 Main Street, Milwaukee, Wis.
Policies issue! 1Mi7...
Bisks covered I7.
This vigorous company now ranks among
the twenty-live New York companies, third
in number of members; Firm in amount of
It i4 a Purely Mutual Company.
That is, an association of policy holders,
managed by men selected by themselves, for
themselves. Each member is a full partner
In the whole business, with liability limited
to the amount actually invested.
It thus adapts its plans to the benefit of its
members, adopts all improvements and aims
to De a
Model Life Insurance Co.
It was one of the first. to adopt the popular
feature know in insurance circles as tne
FORFEITINO FLAN, and now applies it to
all the policies it issues.
It Is the only company that adopts the full
benefit of the note system without. doing a
credit business or destroying the cash prlnci
ule. ' Tolicv holders permitted to travel anywhere
in tne L'lteu states ana Europe, out tisks m
the far .South not sought.
Few appreciate the advantage of its loca
tion at the West, where money can safely be
loaned at mgner rates tnan me iasw
$1,000 LOANED FOR 50 YEARS,
At 8 per cent, compound interest
produces ... 48,901,81
At io per cent compound interest
produces..... a a ' '"' " "
Dividens Ilnst be Larflje.
Dividens made annually, to commence
three years after date of policy, but to equal
In number the years of insurance, and
Distributed to Policy Holder Only.
There betner no stockholders to absorb the
surplus, or control the company for semsu
purposes. , ,,,,
LtSSTJilt rifcAIUt, rrwmcufc
A. W. KELLGO, Secretary.
KERBER SMITH, General Agent.
I.T. MARIN. State Aeent for Iowa and Ne-
orasica. omce, i tsrany et. jjaveuoi
J. H, MADISON, Dit. Agt
42-8t Glenwood, Iovft.
Proposals for Grain
Hu3au a Hi i
is Eessrtnsst cf feOae.l
Chief Q'r Maiter's Offlce Omaha, '.
Anz. 4. IritSi.
fiAciivt n nT-?tMtj -with emarantee
be received until 10 o'clock, A. x., on Thura- J
' ' , , ml
Thirty Thorns and (CO,C0O) Uoaae" Oi
oav Anirust i itn. i(i. ior me ueutw;
, - x nVl I
At Omaha. Nebraska, within forty days from
tne date or contract
IS Ma will be received
for five thousand
Full conditions of contract made known
(VIA, K.ioKnla nnnoM,
on application at this ofnee.
WIL MYEiy. Brv't Brig. Gen.
43-2t Chief Qaarterma5tr.
Thavs this fl.iv sold mv entira tat-'
COl'S DTSPKP3IA eras. . -
CO-3'S DTSPsPsIA -
C02'3 DXSPZt&lA CCR3.
cce'S dtspspsIa rraa.
COF'3 DTSFEPSTA CTTt.
. -"V j CCS SDXSi'XPSIA Cr-3. .
C03'3 DTSPKPSTA OTB:
CO-I'S DYSPEPSIA CTTRB
. cos's dtspbpsia eras.
This world .rtoowned remedy fur tne unfailing
.. cure ot . .
latllscstion, Slcli. Storaacli,
Sourness or Acltlityorsrom
. Weariness, Cil
; llousness, anil
all dlsor- -r
- , ders of
Tlie Eioriacli . and Uoirels,
It urged npoa tbe attention and trial of suffer an
from Uili mofct horrible of ! I dmeases. Dpepsu
sfcows its ravages la a thousand di5rf Dt forms,
inch as Sick HeaJscbe, Heartburn, Depression, gen
eral sens of uneasiness aod fseliog toat yoa are
not well. Food distresses you. rises and sours on
your stomach ; bratn Is bd ) skia at times U nn.hd
and not; itm't set a; If you. could mint oc :ir
about, and worst of all. Indigestion or Constipation,
are nothing more of less ihao Dyspepsia. Thou
sands" upon thousands suffer and die ibis way, and
neither themselves nor. their physicians know what
alls them, except that they are surely dying.
Reader, we repeat it, this is all Dyspepsia. If
you would have proof of our statement, if yon would
save yourselves and children from an early grave ,if
you would have beaUd and energy and strength,
agaia we beg you to try one bottle of - - -
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CUBE,
Ton will see how soon It wil I dispel your bad f eel-
lois and gloomy forebodings. . how soon rt wii:
chase away any species of Dyspepsia. II uw soon it
will give yen new life and vigor, and bow soon It
will make weil man or woman of you .- For yonr
own sake, for the sake of everybody suffering, we
beg, we entieat you to try it.
For Liver Complaint and DIN
It is a Sovereign Remedy, while for Fever and Ague,
and all those diseases which are generated In a mi
asmatic climate, It is a certain preventative and cure.
Mr, Lester Sexton, a wholesale mer
chant of thirty years, in Milwaukee,
one of the most reliable and careful
men in Vie State, 8ay,Mnder date,
MlLWAtlll, Wis., Jan. 24, 1968.
jfessrs. C. 6. Clark, H. Co., New Haven, Ct.
Both myself and wtfe have usef Coe'g Dyi-pepsia
Cure, and it has proved PKRFECTIX sati factory as
a remedy. I (have NO hesitation in saying tbai.we
have received GEEAT BENEFIT from Its use
"A Great BleSSing."
From Rev. L. F. WARD Avon, Lor-
aine Co., O.J
Hems. St&oks & AiXsTaONa,-
Druggists, Cleveland, O.
Gentlemen .'It gives m gTeat pleasure to slate
that my wife has derived great benefit from tbe nse
ot Coe's Dyspepsi Cure. Sbe has, been for a num
ber of years greatly troubled with Dyppia. ac
companied with violent paroxysms of constipation,
which to prostrated ber that she was all the while,
for months, unable to do anything She took, at
yonr instance. Coe's Dyspepsia Cnre. and has de
rived GREAT BENEFIT FROM IT, and is cow com
paratively well. She regard this medicine as a
... Truly yeurs,
Extreme Case" Cured.
From Rev. ISAAC AIKEN, Alle
Joiefh FlkmIxo, Crngglst, .
904 Market St., PitUborgh.
Sir I fss rrtat plasnrt la stating tbst. after
having saffered from Djpepia for aboat firtcea
years, st soma periods eqco more than otbirs. I
have beeo entirely tared by tbe use of Cos's Dys
pepsia Cars. My frienda inow tbst or 1st years
my case has been an extreme one. I bad great sif
ferlDa from eating any kind of food aod on aa aver
age wonld Tom it about ODh-tblrd of my meals, Ins
soar indigestible mass, woen tee severe attacks
wonld come, I wonld los all strength and be vtterly
helpless. Some of tne attacks wonld se so severe
that for days togeioer i wooia not retain anything
on my stomach, sets a little dry toast anil tea. Tor
vears I knew not vhat It was to isss flTsconssctivo
hoars witooni invet paia. from ins lime I took
tbs first dose of this medicine I ceased vomiting
tradaally U soreness paseod away, and flesh and
strength returned, and svsr sines I have been able
to eat any kind or rooa set npna me laoie. aia
months have now passed without any symptoms of
the return of tbe disease. Mj case was ronsilered
bv all, even physicians, so marvellous, that for a
time it was feared it might be flctitlous I but I atn
noWso well convinced, that I have been not merely
relieved, bnt permanently cared, that 1 can con
scientiously recommend Cos's Dyspepsia Oars to
all victims of dyspepsia.
Lats Pastor of the Beavsr St. H. a Church, .
Kzw Havkv, Ct., Jans 1, IS7.
Messrs. C. O. Clabx 4. Co.
Genlt: Being anxious, from the great bne(H
derived, to assist In spreading tbs fame of Cos's
Dyspepsia Cure, I won If" stats my case. Sums
thing over a year ago, I fead a vloleut attack of Dl
arrhcea, which lasted sight weeks, during which
time I employed tbree p&ystcians, but without re
lief, until I tried Cos's Jyppta Curs. Tbs first
doss helped ms; I took tt three times a day far a
week, and was entirely cared; and I believe to
day tbat it saved my It f s. Being attacked in a s 1m-
lar way this season, i iocs oos ooss. wnicn pal ae
nl rlgtit. I would adviss every family to keep it
on band really tr immediats nse, in case of gam
mer or Bowel complaint.
- , v. WCJIIf. -
The above Mr. Dcnn is In oar smploy, and we can
vouch for tbs absvv statement being true
. Anxvui at cu.
vm.i..v. a i , .. .
nmaiui lUTUIUli 11 III CMW M UUI-
rnce. Dysentery, Colic, Simmer Ccmplaints, Grl-
,,u" uu lu oTsry oiaoraered conaiuon or we
Sold by Drawls ts la dtv or eouatrr avsrrwhars
at $1 psr botiis, or y application, ts -r ,
C G. Clark & Co.,
Sole Proprieeors, 2iew Haven, Ct.
J L M
.1 4. . .7
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1 ' Ac " - "
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i r- :
of N- '.ri- ai '
wtthi'i s : i 1
a t nr. n . i. ;
' C'l - V . .
tritCoiut cf i
jiRrru.inni .onnir. ih
In pa-. a"i
noUSed that a r-iUon h-w ? !'"r"bT
you aa above sue.!. That mi 1" AT avi 3ai
is for inercn-tndise sol.i to wij anlr
s.vid rcUtiontM.an.ievi.ienfe,! t,v tiirw nmm
1o.-r"ir Tint . . r. n . i . . V ' 1 -4
, " ; k.w uate urn a.'ora;
rlue In one riv fur ih , 'rj""t
-'- ,0J -,n1,rrT,wtive sums of
dt-ltor to the onlt-r of ro,:UonerL
In said petition tu i. owin? nrl of ba-i.
reptcyarpalIged sninst ra. to-wit- i5
out of t!
titrate of whf.rVarffioi
vith Int-nt todefrT.cred;fe.m. T
Aori. i-riii .1
i uu, ni.n uun ' "fir; i err ' r n i
property to avoid it king
SoM a j ar. of yonr pT-.pfrtv w.-ii tf
defraud yonr cre-Jitrs. iu. i... r a -Vi
chant, you have frau.inWitlv uI(ih msv
mentofyour comnierctal paVr h ad
not resumed payiit-nt there, f. ah of ead
acts aliped to have teen eonimitted wlthia
a pertcxl cf I--s than six months prior to ti
in i said petition.
Voa are required to arrar befon me at my
office in .Lrownvtlle, ."naha mnvv Ne
braska, on the id day of AuzmsI, 1 v.s ib'show
car.se why the prayer of sa,id pftiri.m stuiil
not be grated. S. 51. KICH,
4-2-St Rc;!vter In Bankruptey. .
NOTICE. -Tlie BndPT!-nwl hm Wn 'ar
potnted Administrator, &c. Jm ftw n,,n,
of the . it of Vv'. ii. W. t'ot.u, Uewned;
said esLa-j U suppobed to be nd-rnt. '
. J. Uajs)i,ixs ,-
Aaminlsirator, iM bonu no.
August 8rd, 1X . . .nJ-3t
OTICE r.ae.r..lIntchJn'.1 F. M. Towruf
ley. An.Irew J. I.!1 and Thorn w I! U
wan, non-restiienw ot tfnstatr.f Nehraka
will take-not lee that Kinmor- Imh, th-j
county of Nemaha, in the :rtate of Nebraska,
did, on the 4th liay of August, V.D. lv file
his petition In th Iistrht i imrt of sali Ne
maha county and State of Nebraska, against
the said line I'. UuMiuw. y. .vi. Towi4yj
Andrew J. Bell and Thoms II. Viiwiill de
fendants, setting forth that the said dt f.'nd
ants gave a mortgage to one Juoob Colli ns.
who as.sl.rned the same to Pmmor Lash th
plaintUT herein, on the north e-.ist (it:art' r of
section So, town 5, range II. in said cmntr of
Nemaha, to secure the payment of two thou
sand dollars, according to a eertai'u promis
sory note, referred to in said mori:ie
Therefore the sjtid Kue P. Hutetiios F
Towns'.ey, Andrew J, B..;i anl Thomas H
W Iswall are notiflod that they are required to
appear and answer said pi t it ion accord I b to
the statute in such cases made tnd provi i.'d.
t, T x. KMMOR LASH, 5
By J. N. Rktnolds, his Att'y.
A'Jgust -4th, lvS. BlJ-4t
" TASTESTS SA L-Notlee U hereby given
)L that pursuant toanorder of sale irinej
by the Uistrict Court of NenmhaCmmrv Ne
braska, and to me directed. iu ihe t-Hx of
John S. Lemon and Isaiic X. Hoea, purtnori '
as Lemon. Ho-aA Co., vs Ltvi J.,4.u.u and
John H. Croxton, I will, on Monday the 7ta
diy of September, AA Iw, at oue o l.x k
p.m., at the front door of Mi-Micrm" ILdL
In the city of Lrownville, In said vuusy, taut
belrg the place where the I,ist term of said
court was held, ofH-r for sale At public auction
to the highest bidder, for cash, the following
premises, to-wit: The north east quarter of
the north west quarter, of section twenfy-ntx
(liJ, and lot one yl of seet ion trenty-a ve U,
except a tract of land uribei as follow.'
commencing at the nvrtli east corner of said
lot one (1), thence running south forty ro.1-,
thence west forty roU.s, tuence nortlittiity
thre rods, to the .Missouri r.vcr. thence down
the river to the placeof beginninn. nmtaininz
twelve and eighty-seven hundredth eaes. ail
in townshlo four (4,) north of range sixn-en
(H) eat. That part of lot ue to l o!d con
taining thirty-seven and sixtv-thre hun
dreth acres f.J7 and the whole amount
to be sold being 77 K'Mi.n acres.
CHAHl Ksd. r inSKY.
M.ister tn Chancery.
August 5th lSt'A 4o-,)t .
XTOTirrc TO ALL 'IIO.M
IT MAY COX-
!c Court of Vt.
CKKN. That the Tn;
maha county has ai.p1nt."d the t.1.rdayof
August. lS at the office of the Prmte
Judste of Nemaha county, in lirownville, at
ten o'clock, a.m., an th- tlm of henrinir the
application of Jonas Crane to be appointed
Administrator of the entafe of strnu,-i Crane
decenwed. A. W. M( IH ;..N, 1
Notiee Is hereby tri ven, that hr virtue f an
onler issued under the hand of the Ijind Com
missioner of the state oi Vbnis!ta. and in
pursuance of the Statute of kui h Mite, enti
tled, An act to provide for the Kgitrv cf
School Ijjnds, Ac, apprtvp't Jijd J, W:7, I.
Jaxkj M. IIackek, 'oan:y Urk of the
County of Nemaha, will.
On the 14th day of September
next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and con
tinue till twelve o'clock, n.xm. ti thist Uar
oiler for sale at my ofhif, in the Court Hon
in Brownvil!, In said county, in lh onler
advertised, at public auction, nnd nell to the
highest bidder, but, at.iot less tiiv tub
appraised valck, nor, in any case, for lewis
than the minimum price of Sf VEM Ili.ak.
per acre, the following descrUed piecH or
parcels of land, situated in the County of Ne
maha, and State of Nebraska, known- ar
"School Land," belonging to to the aid state
of Nebraska. In parcel of not excelling forty
acres of prairie, or ten acres of t!raler lin.N.
for the nse and benefit of the "School r und'
of srld State of Nebrnski. snd that vn. h sale
will be continued from d.y t.iay, irorn tne
hours of ten o'clock In tlie fjrenn, to
twelve o'clock noon, (Sunday excepted,, un
til all such land; hIhiII 1 t.llerel, to-wit :
I ? I
South east quarter
Lots 6, 7, 8 & 9, w hf A se qr sw qr M
rlaxt half and north wewt or
South wet quarter
It I, t, 3 ami swqrof ne
South went tmarter - '-
North east quarter
South east quarter
South west quarter
South east quarter
South east qnarter
TEKMS OF SILR.
Cash In hand, or at th option of the pur
chaser, ten per cent cash down on prairie,
lands, and fifty per cent on other land, at
the time of sale to be paid to. the County
Treasurer, of said County, with a promissory
note for the unpaid purchme moi.ev ri
on or before the 1st dav of January, A. li. lv,
with Interest ann laily, payable iu advance,
at the rate of ten per cent per anuuui, up t
the first day of January next alter the iia.i of
soch note, and on the first d:iy of January
thereafter, np to the first day of January.
next succeelir., such payment, secured l.y 1
the endorsenrpntrrr fgaatur-, p.h Joint m:i- i
kers. of two responsible freehoi.!e" of saiJ 1
County of Nemaha, orr all sums of Five Hun-
dred lilarn or lew, and tie aldiMonal en
dorser, or Joint maker, oflike reKp,r.s:()iiity f
n 111 resKiencp, ior every aK!Uionsl snn of
Five IIundrvl IIIars or fRx-tional usrt
thereof, of said unpaid pun-has' nioriv, sr.d
the exeeatlon by the purchaser purrhn.inr
on crwl.t In durliate. onof which wiil r
retained by the County Treasurer of j,i,J
Connty for the useof the State, and the other
io oe ueuvereti to tn purchaser, the contract
of sale hereinafter mentioned.
The purchaser paymj the fnil smonnt of
the purchase money for tbe lands pir-haed
at such sal", the Treasurer of said tonntvwU
deliver a Iteeefpt ami a Duplicate iu-eipt
containing a descriptlorr of the land sold, and
an acknowledgement of the payment of th
purchase money, and on presentation of
either of which to the Land Commissioner ax
any time after fifteen days from the date of
such lit-celpt shall entitle the purchar to a,
title, to said land, in fee simple from the said
State, and the delivery of a deed on the sur
render to such Commissioner of th other lt
ceipt; and to purchasers, purcljaaingoa cred
it, the said treasure wid execute in duDli
cate, one of which shall be delivered to ths
purchaser and the other retaine.1 for the nse
of the State, after being signed by the pur
chaser a contract of sale for the land pur-
cnasea, conditionet tnat, npon th payment '
of the unpaid purchase money, and the icier- j
est thereon according to the coadi jom f !
such note, the purch;i.-er shail be entuie.! to '
duplicate Receipts of payment an I purchase I
for soch land; that no waste shall he era- 1
mitten npon tne land therein described, tnat
no timber shall be cut thereon, except neces
sary Are wood of the occupant of suer; land,
and for Improvement thereon, and in cas
default shall be made In the payment of th
Interest or principal or any part thereof, or if
any such conditions shall be brvk en that thea
the lands therein described shall besarren
ed by the purchaser, his heirs or a.;m
with the Improvements thereon, to th estate,
and said contract shall be void and of no
Dated, Erowavill, Juta 2T'j
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