Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, December 17, 1868, Image 2

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J. S. CHUnCII, Editor.
lIROWy VILLE, THURSDAY. DEC. 17. 1SC8.
Tho Soldiers are having a ro-union
at Chicago this week.
! -mm
The Rulo Register is afflicted with
the Chicago "In'ards" on the outside.
Tho Senate will rtject ho nomi
tuvtlon of V. A. Smythe ta Minister
to Russia.
",The break In the temporary Rail
road bridge at Omaha has been repair
ed xnd trains are cg&ln crossing,
' The Pacific House at Et. Joseph, llo.
was brned on last Tuesday morning.
. Loa estimated a $150,000; insured at
tco.ooo.
Tho citizens of the. western part of
thia county axe anxious for a general
Herd Law, and will petition the Leg
islature to pass such an act.
' From the Arago Nebraskian we
learn that the Hew Frry Boat at that
place has been sunk. The owners are
doing all In their power to raise her..
The Missouri river at Omaha Is fro-
rca over so that teams heavily loaded
pass over on the ice. The ferryboat
at Brownville still makes regular trips
. unobstructed by the Ice.
The1ate Officers, with their books
vouchers, furniture and other valua
ties, hare in accordance with the proc
lamation of the Governor, left Omaha
and started for Lincoln the future
capital of the State.
The suits against Geo. F. Train, In
England, has been withdrawn by the
plaintiffs and Tram is now at large
He commences suit against the plain
tiCi for heavy damages for false im
rnsonment, laying damages in one
action at $100 ,000. He sails for Amcr
. lea immediately.
I The interior towns in Nebraska are
nearly all becomiucr important Rail
. road centers. Such is the great anx
iety for Railroad communication
throughout the State that all availablle
capital could be easily directed into
the cofiers of the first company tha
will build the first road.
At the letting of the State printing
la Lincoln last week, St. A. Bal
combo, of the Republican, was awar
ded the printing of the journals and
. laws of the ensuing session of the Leg
islature, and C. H. Gere, of tho Lin
coin Commonwealth, the blank work
and incidental printing.
G. W. Giick, President of the At
chiton and Nebraska Railroad Com
pain, on the 8th, closed a contract
.with A. By ram A Co., of Atchison
for the building of its road and a line
of telegraph from Atchison to White
Cloud a distance of forty miles. The
work to commence at once and the
xoad to be completed as u first class
road in one year.
. The llockjtort Journal says tha
Home one attempted to et fire to Mr,
Thompson's new dwelling house at
Tbelpe City, three miles east of Brown
vill, on last Tuesday night. The
Fisher House in the same town came
near burning up on the same evening
caused by ashes in a wooden box in
the bar room. The floor was in a blaze
"when discovered.
( We see by the Nebarska City papers
of last week, that a meeting was held
in that city, at which .Ma. Strong ant
Perkins, the Attorneys and Superin
lendant of the Burlingtou fc Missouri
River RtJilroad were present. A com
inittee was appointed for the purpose
of effecting a sale of the Midland Pa
cine Railroad to the B. & M. R. Rail
road Company, on condition the latter
road should make Nebraska City the
turminus of their road.
.. It has been suggested that a meeting
of proprietors of newspapers be called
at Lincoln early In January. We
would heartily recommend such i
meeting, and hope the call will be is
sued soon for a meeting not later than
the 15th of January. There are many
matters which noed supervision and
more uniformity of action. And the
old adage, "that In Union there Is
(Etrength," holds good when applied to
the Press as well as in other enterpri
IfC". ' ; -. ' '
. A writer to the JSews. from cass
county, states that the cultivated
lands in that county now are double
what they were one year aco. That
.farmers are making preparations to
t)lant larco proves of timber: that
they have good School houses, (a fact
which Is otherwise proved by her Re
publican majority.) That the Increase
cf population the past year is fifteen
hundred, mainly farmers and their
families, aud that the questions most
agitating the people are a Herd Law,
and a division of the county, the last
of which is advocated by the west end
and opposed by tho east or river end
of the county. Tho advocates propose
to form a new county out of southern
Cass and northern Otoe, with county
seat at Wyoming, and some wish to
cut off a strip from the west end and
give it to Saunders county.
. Rocjielle, III., Dec. 12, 'CS.
J. ft. Church, Editor Jfcbnt Advertiser:
. Dear Sir Please find enclosed $1.00
to pay for the Advertiser another six
months. I am interested in Nebraska
and must have the paper in order to
keep posted In tho progress of that
section of country. If I am not in
Nebraska In the Spring I shall send
another dollar.
. Yours respectfully,
E. P. Sexto x.
" The above is but a sample of many a
letter which we are receiving weekly
from non-resident land owners. Every
man who owns a quarter section of
land In Southern Nebraska would be
" glad to subscribe for the Advertiser If
they jcould but see a sample copy.
Those persons now here should send
invar two or three sample copies to the
cv. r"cr3 cf adjoining lands, if they are
ret livjng thereon, and in this way
they can -do more to advertise the re
l?crurcc?of Nebraska and enhance the
v2uo it their own property than in
JIIV ('tflT. . " -
Et. Louis and Nebraska Trcnli
llallroad.
The Stockholders of the St. Louis
and Nebraska Trunk Railroad Com
pany, In compliance with notice, met
at Nebraska City en the 11th and fully
and completely organized by electing
the following Directors and 023oers:
DIKFATTOSS.
Geo. R. Gruff an i S. 8, Caldwell,
Douglas county.
D. II. Wheeler, Casa county.
O. II. Irish and J. A. Ware, Otoe
county.
R. W. Furnas, Nemaha county.
W. D. Scott, Richardson county.
The Boord of Directors immediately
convened and adopted a temporary
code of By-Laws, and elected the fol
lowing officers:
' OFFICERS
Geo. B. Graff, Omaha, President.
O. II. Irish, Nebraska City, Vice
President.
J. Metcalf, Nebraska City, Sec.
Aug. Kountr, Omaha, Treasurer.
J.F. Kinney, Nebraska City, Attor
ney. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
S. S. Caldwell, Omaha.
J. A. Ware, Nebraska City.
. R. W. Furnas, Brownville.
FINAKCE COMMITTEE.
J. A. Ware, Nebraska City.
D. H. Wheeler, Plattsmouth.
The office of the company, was for
the present, located at Nebraska City,
A committee was apointed,. con sis
ung oi insn, uoi. j?urnas ana
Ma. Wheeler, to ask of the coming
Legislature such aid in the construe
tion of this road, in the way of lands
or the proceeds therefrom, as in its
wisdom may seem best, and in pro
portion as may be given similar enter
prises.
There were representatives present
from St. Louis, New York and all the
counties in Nibraska through which
this road proposes to run. The meet
ing was composed of business men
who take hold of such, or other enter
prises only with a view to business
There was a general good feeling
harmonious action, and an exhibition
of favorable representation and enthu
siasm, which indicate immediate and
active efforts.. Mr. Graff, the Presi
dent, is a man of enterprise and ener
gy. He left immediately for St. Louis
and Washington for confereuco pur
poses. A corps of engineers will be
put on the route as soon as practicable
and all otner matters attended to as
rapidly as circumstances will possibly
admit.
The B6ard of Directors meet again
at Nebraska City on Tuesday, January
5, 1SG9.
The President's message.
We have not room nor Inclination
to print in full this last Annual Mes
sage of the President. He is again glad
of the opportunity to remind Congress
that he has contrived to keep the South
disorganized, notwithstanding the re
construction' laws. And for fear tha
Concress has the advantage of
him in a future contest In the preniiaea,
he hopes that Congress will repeal its
enactments, and thus end the struggle
And to this end reads the National
Legislator a long copperhead lecture
upon the subject which, when read be'
fore the two Houses, was treated with
that contempt it so richly merited.
He further says, that as Congress is
already familiar with his views upon
the Tenure of Office Bill, they there
fore outrht to repeal it. He calls the
attention of Congress to the financial
condition of the country, and thinks
it a shame that we have liberated 4.-
000,000 of people from bondage to the
slave driver, only to put them, and
several times as many more, under
new task masters in the shape of bond
holders. He don't like the public debt,
and especially the bonded portion of
it, consequently recommends to the
consideration of Congress tho subject
of repudiation, as "the holders of our
securities have already received upon
their bonds, a larger amount than
their original investment measured by
a gold standard. Upon this statement
of facts it-would seem but just and eq
uitable that the tlx per cent, interest
now paid by the Government, should
be applied to the reduction of the prin
clpal, thus liquidating the whole debt
in sixteen and two-third years. The
lesson of the past, admonish the lead
era tnat it is not wen to oe over anx
ious in exacting from the barrower, a
rigid compliance with the letter of the
bond." Thus it will be seen that our
President tikes advance grounds upon
the subject of repudiation. In this
way he thinks the sjiecie payment
may be resumed at an early day. That
is, so Boon as we decide not to pay any
of the just demands, then we may
safely propose to pay all other indebt
edness in specie. Surely our President
Is making a national reputation as a
wonderful financier.' Our relations
with the world at large are very cordi
al and satisfactory, except Paragua
did not like our friendly interference
n her intestine affairs, and nothing is
said about Great Britain.
The President purchased Alaska and
tried to purchase the Islands of St
John and St Thomas, and would be
glad to purchase other continental
and insular communities as speedily
as possible ; still he desires to suppress
all unlawful expeditions of fillibus-
tering, as this is peculiarly a paroga-
tive of tho executive.
Tho President has now doae his
duty, and hopes, but does not raucn
expect that Congress will do theirs.
The Democrat's Washington tele
gram of the 12th, says : There is a good
deal of talk here aboutCaleb Cushing's
mission to Spain. He is reported to
avo cone abroad within the present
week, and everybody understands that
hi3 business is at JUaand. beverai
Senators and some persons in diploat
ie circles say that he has gone with
orders and authority to purchase Cuba
Other persons say he U merely a con
fidential bearer or a ii?p&cn to .min
ister Hale, looking to the adjustment
of relations with the new Spanish
Governmeut. Mr. Seward is certain-
favorable to the purchase of Cuba,
arxt the President's recent message
shows how he" squints in that direc
tion ; hence most of trtot?e wno nave
noticed Mr. Cushing's absence, say he
las gone to Sp&in to buy the Island.
The Supreme Court of tho United
Slates aro about to declare the Legal
rn 1 . '"a '.'
Department Reports. -TOST
master ge:ebal.
From this report we observe that the
expenditures during the last fiscal
year haa been '
For Mall Service t.r.TO
That the Revenue for tho same time 18,ow
Expeneea exceed the Revenue by 6,137,902
The receipts thi3 year are six per
cent, and the expenses eighteen per
cent larger than last year.
Fee on the money orders issued...- $124,503
Expense In ijsaulng 70,345
Net revenne.-.......... - 55,158
An Independent report will be made
upon the subjectof connecting the pos
tal servicewith the telegraph at an
early day, and also a plan for reorgan
izing thepost office department so as
to make it more efficient.
SECRETARY OF WAR.
September 30th, the army numbered
48,081. January next it will be re
duced to 43,000. All volunteer officers
except one have been mustered out of
service. Recommends that the term
of tervice be increased to five years.
Army expenses for the last fiscal year
were $00,609,611. Arrangements are
being made to close up the Freedman's
Bureau on the first of January next
Tbe total expenditures of the Bureau
for the yar is $3,977,041. The total
expenditures of the War Department
for the year, $68,743,094.
SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
Receipts for the fiscal year, ending
June 30, 1S68 &06,&3?,082
r.xpenai cures lor me same penocu aTT.sw.ai
Crush la the Treasury 29,297,798
High School Entertainment.
The Members of the High School
Library Association met last Monday
evening and perfected their organiza
tion by electing the following officers:
Geo. B. Moore, President.
L'. M. May, Vice President
Miss Fanny Arnold, Secretary and
Treasurer.
Prudential Committee: George B.
Moore, A. W. Furnas, Bell Vangordan
and Emma Alexander.
The object of this Association is to
secure a Free Library for the Public
Schools of Brownville. The members
have decided to give a series of enter
tainments, for the purpose of raising
funds to purchase books, etc. The
first entertainment will be given Fri
day evening, Dec. 18. The following
is the Programme for the evening :
Singing.
Prayer.
Singing.
Declamation.
Song. . n
Dialogue: "Starting in Life."
Song.
Dialogue: "Cinderella."
Tableaux.
Song.
Recitation: "Song of the Madman."
Song.
Dialogue: "The demon of the glass."
Song.
Declamation.
Song.
Tableaux.
Song.
leclaraation.
Closing Song. .
Admittance 25 cents. Tickets can
be had of the Committee ; also, at 11.
C. Lett's, at the Post Office, at Mc
Creery & Nickell's and at the door.
By Order Ex. Com.
Washington, Dee. 9, 1SG8.
The galleries of both Houses were
crowded to-day with a large and bril
liant audience, assembled to hear read
the last annual Message of the present
President of the United States. It was
a disappointment, however, the paper
being merely a communication on na
tional affairs, containing many inde
corous reflections upon thciegislative
branch of the Government Its recep
tion by the august bodies was such as
might have been expected, and such
as it was entitled to. The Senate re
fused even to hear it read, adjourning
before the Clerk had finished a half
dozen pages; and tbe House, after lis
tening with rare forbearence to its
Insults, and dreary relish of the splen
etic invective which has characterized
various proceeding communications
from the same source, voted that it be
laid on the table, and that none of the
publiemoney be expended in printing
it for distribution. Gen. Sehenck gave
voice to the general feelinsr of the
House by characterizing it as "a cross.
shameless, and most scarulous and im
pertinent document," and despite the
factious wranerling of Fernanao Wood
and wnie of his fellow Democrats, the
paper was not even nonorod with the
usual reference to committee, but was
laid on the table to keep comranv for
all lime with the rubbish and odds
and ends of petitions.tippeals, and the
line, wnicn eome irom the four quar
ters of the continent, from fools, and
charlatans, to the Speaker's desk, and
are never heard of again after the Clerk
has on ce read their title aloud. In the
Senate, Mr. Conness, in demanding
that the readintr of the paper be stoo
ped, describing it as "a tirade of abuse
from beginning to end. and an inde
cent attack upon tbe body," and "Mr-
ilson said it is "the untruthful r
vines or a bad. disannomtpfi man
In fact, mortifying as it may be to ev
ery American who would wish to see
the Uhief Executive of his countrv
held in respect by foreign .nations, the
iasi annual measage oi Andrew John
son; President of the United States.
T - - . . .
was so undignified, so ill-timed, and
every way indecorous and ungentle
manly a state paper, that it simrjlv ex.
cited the contempt of both Houses of
Congress, and was dismissed to the
dusty archives without one moment's
consideration being: clven to anv onp
of the smallest of its recommendations.
The Message has not been matched in
offensive features by any written or
oral communication from anv othpr
President, nor by any from this one '
except that most wretched speech ini
O . il.. . . i . . . .
we ot-imu? on me iin oi juaren, iwo,
when he took the oath of office in a
way that ent a shudder through the"
wnoie country, l nose who may have
the patience to read the Message
through will find among a mass of
Mr. Johnson's usual denunciation of
Congress euloeies of the Constitution
and the glorifications of self, the bold
est Lid that a demagogue ever made
for the applause of the dangerous clas
ses, in fact, no leta than the repudiation
of the entire national debt. Pendleton
and other more timorous politicians
may trifle and dally on the outer edges
of this crime, but he, the President of
nation of honorable people, boldly
plunges into the very abyss of nation
al dishonor.
Reports made to the Board of Man
agers of the National Asylum for dis
abled Volunteer Soldiers from the sev
eral asylums show that only 4,000 dis
abled soldiers were cared for during
tbe past year. The Board made pro
vision t to Increase its facilities so that
all could hereafter be cared for at reg
ular asylums, wnere they can have
the advantages of larcre and beautiful
grounds, schools, libraries printing
offices and mechanical shops, in which
to team new traces adapted to their
peculiar disabilities.". -, ... . . . ,
- The Indian Curean Dill.
Washington. Dec. 11.
The bill for a separate depsrtmentof
inaian Z Jairs, with a member cf the
Cabinet at the head of it, introduced
to-day by Senator Pomeroy, embraces
the main views of the Indian Peace
Commissioners and the Committee on
Indian Affairs, which now has the
House bill for transfer to the War De
partment under consideration.
The bill contemplates fixed Indian
territories, and the abolition of the
distinction of tribes and bands within
each. It provides for one department,
four agents and three inspectors for
each. The agents are clothed with
the power of magistrates, and the In
dians are made competent witnesses.
All of the officers are placed under
heavy bonds, and speedy punishment
is provided for neglect of duty. Super
intendents are authorized to organize
the Indian militia; to preserve peace
and enable the Indians on application
to become citizens, and contemplates
the political organization of the Terri
tories and the sending of a delegate
to Congress. Also provides an entire
new system of intercourse and trading,
and prevents the whites from tres
passing on Indian reservations.
The bill strikes at one great evil by
making half-bieeds and children legal
heir Jto the property of their white
fath"er.
Peru, Dec. 15, 1863.
There will be Christmas Tree Festi
val held at the Normal School Buil
ding on the evening of the 24th Inst,
for the purpose of having a pleasant
time and raising fund3 for theSabbath
School Library.
Admission at the door, fifty cents.
The programme for the evening will
consist of singing, addresses, distribu
tion of presents, refreshments and a
general social time. All are invited.
- Joseph P. Maetin, 1
H. Burch, Committee.
Sarah Swank. )
MARRIED. .
By the Rev. Richard Bur-re, at Nemaha City,
November 26, 1S0S. John Hawiby and Mary
E.Day. - .
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
To Contractors.
Sealed proposal will be received tip to February
1, for openintc up Main street to western limits
of city, and to put the wme in a traveling condition.
O. W. FAIRBKOTHKR,
10-8t . . Mayor City of Brownville.
STRAYED
From the subscriber livlner In KrmmvRi
morning of the Tlith, one Brown Horse Foney be
tween t and 7 yers old, his lea eve is what is called
agists eye : left hind feet white :" is dish faced ; baa
a very heavy tnil for a poney and has collar marks
very plainly visible; his lea hind shoe was off when
be left. A suitable reward will be paid for there
turn of the poney or a knowiedire of his whereabout
CHRISTMAS BALL !
i
s
GRAND DEDICATION
OF
MCPHERSON'S HALL,
WUl be given by the citizens of Brownville
ITriclay, Dec. Jtli, 18G8
WEYERYBODY IS rXTITED.-E
Provision made for Two Hundred Couple, this beinf
the largest Hall In the State.
TL TX s I O
Berkley's Full Orchestral Band.
BELL, 2,00.
JBy Order of Committee,
WM. If. SMALL., Secretary,
VM. H. VALLEAU
IMPORTER,
and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Wines & Liquors !
Keeps constantly oh hand a full stock of all kinds of
Native and -Foreign "Wines
BRANDY,
WHISKY,
ALF, ice.
ALSO, full stock of
II
All of wtilrh he offers to the trade at rates low
enough to suit all. To those wishing Ijquors and
Saloon Fixtures
He extend a special Invitation to call and see him,
knowing that he has ail they want of the best goods
m iue n tsi auu can
Guarranty Entire Satisfaction I ! !
A SAMPLE KOOil 12 THE REAR, WITH A
Rnpplted witk tbe choicest brands of Wines, Liquors
3-FREK LUM7I AT ALL HOCKS. "tit
RIVERSIDE NURSERY
Davenport, Iowa.
If yon want a good article of Nursery Stock,
sucu as
f i .
Raspberries, Blackberries
Strawberries, Cherry Trees, Pearls
Trees, Evergreens, and
Diacldnous Trees
Send your orders to
. J. W. PEARMAN,
Davenport, Iowa.
Catalogue free. 13--y
HOUSE.SIGN.CARRIAGE,
Ornamental Paintins,
Gallding, Glattng, Paperhanging, V.
No. 15 Main Street,
(One door east of Ilank fc HolUinger'a
Queenswareand Grocery store,)
BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA.
- LOUIS 7ALDTER.
nio-tr
CHICAGO 00 LlfiO STORE.
The Immense, success attending our busi
ness in BOSTON the past five years, haa In
duced us to establish a Branch store- In Chl-
Cflgo, rendering it more accessible lo the
Western people, and also saving a large Ex
rressnffe Our eoois are all new and received
direct Irom the Manufacturers, consisting of
nearly every article desired for family use,
such as Dry and Fancy Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Jewelry, Tlated Ware, etc, etc. Ail
articles sold for
One Dollar Eacli,
and not to be paid for until yon know what
you are to receive. cuLLivS, describing
goods, sent at the rate of 10 cents each, to pay
for postage, printing ectv Present from $3
too $100 sent Free to Afrenta. We are Agents
for all the best Manufactories in the country.
Circulars sent free Agents wanted in every
town Address FARR A -CO.; HA Dearborn
ht. Chicago. III. P. O. Box 5P20. . 8-l2t
CIGARS
TOO
cc
TSevr and Fashionable stock of
CLOTHING,
(NO SHODDY), la now offered to the Public at
J. S. HETZELS
CLOTIUNG STORE,
No. 70 Mala Street,
who la a
LI1TB
to the Interest of the public ; and having par
chased my CLOTHING, (made under my own
supervision) exclusively for cash, I can sell as
low, If not lower, than any ' .
TJATJ
In the Town or Connty. I beg to call your
. aiienuon 10 my .
LARGE AND 7ZLL
elected stock of
HATS, CAPS,
BOO TS, SHOES,
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
as can be
FOUND
IN THE WEST.
Here Is a chance for the best bargains, as I
have no dead stock on hand, all being entirely
new. Tha public are Invited to call and ex
amine for themselves,
KcPliersons's Ulacli,
BHOTTinrHiIeS
lband!.eTerytlllaa! ia tha Clothing line can be
At I lie SiU of the
BIG BED STSA3 !
Is the place to buy
FURFIITUREAND upholstery
IfilcJT ALU,
Co.,
Kep constantly on hand a complete assort
' ' , ment of . -
Sofas, Beadtead$ Wardrobe,
'Bureau, Rockina t'hai't.
Sprinif Bed$, Wash Stands.
What Not. Hat Rack
Kitchen KUcnen
sad -.- " and.
Parlor, gpz. X"?- Parlor,
MarVt fZr , 1 1 1 Center
Tovpec
Stand, f
Longei k
Settee V
Kiti hen 1
. Lounge
f Sarin?
J Siring
i ! r. ' t t-ribt,
-S: ; 1X - Offict
4' ( rM' Chain,
' Comfort,
Sajt
Plain
Stand
Matlretse
Tfte-tetet,
Bed Spring Children' Cab and Gig,
Hut ana KO'fvcoa Moulding,
SA. PiUov. Pillow
Slip ete. etc
SHOW OASES & OFFICE WOKS
HADE. TO ORDER!
And anythinK and everything required to set
up pluin or fancy housekeeping
All of their ware Is either manufactured or
put up under ttiilr special superintendence,
which enables them to sell sound articles at
smaller prices than Eastern manufactured
goods.
Our HE ears e
is at the service of the public at any time it
may be needed, and is gotten up lnas finestyle
as any farther east, .
JETSLIC 1S1II1L CSSES
of all sizes constantly on hand,
At Eastern Prices
. j ,
"Ve are doing business on '
STRICTLY CASH PRINCIPLES
AT A
Small,' Profit
and by attention to business and the wants oi
the community, expect in the future as in the
1 ast to receive the patronage of the publie
generally. McPALL & CO.
HcPHERSOirS BLOCK.
S HUGHES
Have received the
Largest and Best Assortment
FUENITURE
ever brought to the city of
BROWNVILLE,
consisting of
Sofas, Folding Lounges,
Secretaries and Book Cases,
Office Eesis. Wash Stands,
is e r .s rj? iz a. r ,
CANE ROCKERS,
Narse Rockers, Dining and Breakfast Tables
Office, Parlor and Dining Room Chairs, and
everything usually found In a
FURNITURE STORE!
12-4-ly
it
ELEPHANT
Livery, Peed and Sale Stable !
Ben. Rogers, Proprietor.
Nos. 82 and 84 Main Street
BROWNNILLE, NEBRASKA.
Dealer In all kinds of stock. Horses bousrht.
sold and exchanged. Stock, boarded bv the
day or week.
The Propritor has recently erected an entire
new. larze and eommodeoua Stable, near the
oia urovnvine House, ins stoeK is all fresh
ana vehicles new. ihe public can be accom
modated at all hours,
DAY Oil IVIGIIT.
A stoc co'rrall. with an nhnndnnt simntv
vt. jiuib water, uuacueti io lae sialic. 4-ly
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COGSWELL'S
GREAT WESTERN
Livery, Sale, Feed and Exchange
STABLES !
Corner Main and Levee Streets,
Brownville, Nebraska
Buys, Soils and Exchanges
stock, cin P00PI)TY,
LAADS, &c.9 &c.
Has Larce Stock Corrall close to Steam Fer
ry Landing.. Stable accommodations for
Fifty Hrscs
LIS
Single and Match Horses. Bu;
;ies and Car-4)-4m
rlages always on hand for sale.
Peru Livery Stable.
CHARLES GEADE,
Dealer In
All KinclH or Stock.
Ioi-ses BousM, Sold, or iacnaasea.
Stock Hoarded by the Day or. Week.
MY STABLES ftr woeked with jrofxi Horses and
buccies Persons wl-hiiiS ennvt-j anew w uny por
tion of the Nemaha Lil District caa ixi acoomjiw
da. led. Tlie
Peru & Brownville Coach
Leaves toy Ptable-j every morning at 10 o'clock A.
M. Pajweocers r pa-JkiuJes saie'y coneyM. r
if.n tea wall tlie IV-ttnottfs will be proirit!y at-
mm?:
3
i r
tn1el to. . . - w i
CTTAE.I.ES C. DOE3SY. OEOEGS W. IXZ3ZT
AU'y at Law.
C. C. is O. TT. TOIISEY,
REAL ESTATE-AGENTS
A5D
Jj calcra in ILr.nd TTarrants.
Rut and Sell Krai Estate and
Lantl TTarrants.
Select 6 Locate Gcvonient Lands.
ATTF.XI) TO CONTESTED CASES IN THE
U. a LAND OFFICE, AND
PAYTAXES.
A laree Quantity of First Class Lands for
sale in Xemaha. Richardson. Pawnee. John-
Bon and Gaze Counties. Nebraska, to which
the attention of purchasers is specially invi
ted. ' -
OSce-BEOWNYILLE, NEB.
Branch OHce BEATRICE, NEU.
13-6-tf
ID
X
itil.-
NO. 99,
Corner Ualn and Cd Street,
BROWNVILLE..
.NEBRASKA.
Ilrs. II, JZm Earsis, -
Dealer In
Fancy Goods and Notions,
Which she will sell at reasonable prieea.
She is constantly In receipt of New aud Ele-
gani rauerns for
Dress and Cloak Making,
to which he pays particular attention.
Fluting, Stamping;, StlUhincErald-
ing, &c, done to order.
D1EEUB 6 IISOII'S
LOCK STICII
SEWING MACHINE !
Awarded the
FIRST TRCMini
at all the principle Fairs In the World,
ry Machine warranted for three years.
6tructlons free.
Ev-
In
OFFICEAT THE BAZAR.
3-tf
VORTII OF
& i rl
OF THE
Latest Styles!
Just Received by
THEO.HILL&Co.
AT
No
76.
No. 76,
SITIicrson's Block
Dealers In
B
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Ladie's, Gents & Childrens'
E00TS AUD SHOES,
QUEENSWAHE,
, GLASSWARE, :
Hats and Caps,
IIXP1YR? TTmT3,
NOTIONS,
AND
CABPET8,
' Forming, perhaps, the
Ucst Complete
j , ISO
j Extensive StocltL
' offered to
Wtolesal8 or Eetail
PURCHASERS,
West of the Missouri River
Never bavins been out
done for extent of Stock oi
Fair dealing, they merit the
confidence and patronage oi
No
76. S
Oar Goods were all
. Bougbt for Cash
And we are prepared
On tbe Casb Sys tern
To give the Public sush bargains as will
DEFY CO Li PETIT 1 0
From any Bourse
Call and Examine
A7i
DRY
000
Goods Prices
15 BASKntrxcT.
JN District of NVt .rPJXTXt:r.
Brownville, thalUa uy LlkJvZlT'1?
otfrni r.r r?
Hetitiy of Ouuiha. hmjL.
W'tlrara l'
i-i hi id
upon hM own petition hr t ,?v Vt'
t rn.-...r "0n' tu District Court
istrict Court
3-.it WILLI AHLKOOYEIL Aaain
LEGAL NOTICE.
Probate Notice.
Estate cf Richard Moor lard. Vr-row.
Nemaha ('oun;y, Xt-hraska. rx aoix.ii-t .i . j!r
day of June. th IJth d ly of Ju:y. Rn.l thh'diVifr
si, A. JJ. 1 y.;(. th tiii! !i,r hri.ijj r'
aicainxt Die tt:nc of U:char'i V'vxj.xrti !m nf J
county of Nemaha, cN-rea-ved. The hraHni tni...
plare at tbe Court itoom in Sf. rcvilk. l-a kjh
county. All claims not presemrt bv the Lust day
above appointed, nhrvil be forever barred.
UHim xiecemctT l ). l "
Calvin R. Baklk. Alniijiij.trator. iMt
ESTUAT NOTICES.
. ; Esfray NMlce.
Taken bt on the farm of the miNwrftxr. thrao
miles nortii-west of Brown Ttlle, Biwmwr k i.,
one last spring while hi:ef cait. w u hiiu.-ki.stj r,
neck and legs. la-i JI. p. MA..N LNci.
IJSTAA Y NOTICE.--Takn u bv the suh-'
ll BcrUer. on bin farm on t? ltttl NeKiaha
river.in Lafayette township, Neia.iha county.
neorn.oKa, one ormtii tyv niftre. witn wnit
right hind foot aud tniail tar in fcrehead.
and about tiirea years of aa. Theowner, by
provlnz property anl paying efianr, ran
have possession. 8-5t JoilN DKLAY.
EXTRA Y yOTTE. Taken tip ty the8u
fiersint. iivlp- tr miles north wpt
ft Drew ii v lUo, ru llii; i'lh of Hocmr-r,
a reti helfi-r rulf, with a leather strap around
la netk wlitn taken ur. Is imnrlcH or -rHnLL
8-ot-pd tJ. FKANKLIN.
JfSTIiAY NOTirr.-Tr.kon cppytfc?un
I J d-rsUncl, on the "J tii .l;iv of November
l-', living about three mill s wrst of Iam) !
Bri.le, a sorrel Alley, two yeurs o!d past. So-rnark-s
or brand notirtub'.e.
Nov. 1Mb. l.Ni. e-.-A.fMi JOTTN i.CjSCT.
E STRAY .VOTcr.-Taken up by the cn
derslirned, livipi; two an l a lialf mlU-a
West Of Urowiivillf, October J"th. thre heifer
calves; one a li-rht re!, with four white feet,
a star in th forehead, nnit a bit of wntt ir
der the b-lly ; one a red cijf. wIUi a few white
spots on tliebfliy; brti rr-vinr caiveal The
other is a yearling rel calf with white face
a little white on the belly.
-3tpd GKOKOr! E?.fPSONi ' .
TTr.vOrCEL-Tuken up by tha nn
J dersisned. at Slierm
Nebraska, on the 2;th d.w r,f iwnt.r iVs
one Kel Cow, with crp ort of Nth ears! "
Also, at thesanio tininn.t nl ire tu-nh.t
Pprlnsr Calves, both heif), nnl both sMt la
ineiertear. t- ,t R. a. stky'aut
nonets
All person indebted to Ui
ite iirin ot Atkinsou A Co..
eitlicr by note or account, will
ulciise rail ami iuiv thMuum tr.
Luther iloadiey, and save cont-i.
- - ATKINSON A CO. -
17ESTER.Y
DEPOT OF MUSIC!
P. X. HTJYETT & so:r,
.; . ..Jto. 9 Fourti Street. , . .
ST. JO.SJSIII, 3XO.
MUSIC PUBLISHERS,
Wholesale and Ketail IHmlem In
PililOS HID OMIS,
Chickering fTSon's Pianos
"Which were awarded tho
Cross of the LEGION of H0N0E,
and
FIRST GOLD MEDAL
AT TARIS EXTOyiTION, ISST.
ALSO
liX.lIJC &, CO.,
JJILLKT, DAVIS &. CO.,
NEW YORK UNION CO,
. " t :
3URDETT
National. Ccinbinatian&CabrRet
Zlasozi Si, Ilamllnj
3 4ib. c
Cabinet, Portable,
.if-
and
Metropolitan Organs.
, . i AU orders bhould.be ad.lrf-.-p.! t , : , :
JATIES R. DYS, Ant, ;
7 Hrownvillc, IVfelj.
3-Cm
THE APPETITE FQ TOBACCO
DSSTROYE0!
Leave oOTsIny that Polsenocj
Weed, Tobacco. .
One box of IVWKtV rrnnration hi wrrnt4 to
dtri)V the aptitt? for totiw-is In ny ipin. do
matter hw strona tlie Lai bit nmv h. If iniiHin
hiv? iiwfi .1 who m i.uP.kiiiiritii'N(i
f;u.-t V.imC Ve'Xlfi l'rei rl ill corr.; Xtt'.f.f i!troy
tlieappt-IUk for tuhuccun.-nl ;nvn lue pt-hjii afr
frvm anydiiirtr furilaM ItfUit hvctnumiul it"
It pvrlm-.-Sy .-a.e a;'i h;Mnult.H la -l nw. Th
prfpHrnth.fi- rt l.rt!y n;--n t,1eiii!Pifian(W ana
upon the tixj. tiiorfMnrrilv detains th P"io oi
1 !) -cii ir,rir thf HVHteni. N'l BH-re hnknr af.
I ter utj.uj lA)V'iil' i'rk-itrul uu. Jiii.t a M
rauUxi.
It L C O.M U E I IT I O X S.
Tlie fiI!fwin an ft.wli,4 trfnti tha multi
tude of recutuicujtiatioiia in uur .hm-m.siimi ; .
From C A. lUnlgenSt. Lout. Mo.
St firn. Wo.. April ?J, rH.
I herpfjT e-rtifr f hsit I hvi u-1 'ilnyo fur twru-
tv rvHnt imnt. and for the kift .' I hav uwi
two potnuir) pT month. 1 liawe ml MftmpcaM
lv? otl at rtii!er-ut uimn. 1 liave iit oif w yaar
until I nfi TeWtrt ' Prvrnr-f -.n, tiicti hucum-
pletfiy curl di of b Mpii -r luiw-ro. I
oiii'i rwomrnrtfl a:t nu nrrr.erei wna lata ter
rible hubit to try tLe I'rt-paratioji.
! Kroai John Kniyv, St. Loia, Mo.
t. I !, june is. in
This It to certify that I have usl tc.inn) for etzh-
tn Twr; tr:1 mnnv tiiri to ive oft", hut h.v
sufTerwi w nii-r from a d irin-w In n. hni ao4
inawms at n;y st. miwh t."iat I l.ave ,h nvcii up
tne trial. A frternl .iri.-u-i mt to iim ;ur preparar
tion, ami It compiu:jr cirati me
From W. A, Smith, Cotumtxm. Oiiio.
Iliprt-hy cprliTv that one bui of yrmr Fretjaxauoa
eniirely reuioveU Bui the of tofwu--o.
- w. A. S3IITH.
From Wm. nrr. Springfield, JT..
Ilvd one box of your Prtrnratkin. -.".i t
ne. . WM. IPY.
I merelT rive tr nn anirnf ht I m.m
pphrirat d.-iHy. All lftop of In i'iirv i-brfiMy an-
wrL Frip Oi 1'wa.iuim. II u-rlw.i. If tn
sent by niaU. Zi cwiLs atkhuonal fir Mtage. Muu
ey.aent by ui at my risk-. A.I lr-
t ilAiU.S 1 1, Chemist,
2-1' T t. Lo.iui.Ma,
. A. W VflRfUN
ProbatJd; and Jnctle of the Peae
.'rn"c in (.iMirtifo'ie lUfinjiitj.
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