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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1869)
J. S. CIIUT.Cir, Editor.
r.EOVNVXLLE, TTTUnSDAY, JAN. U.I-
The Legislators for Nemaha left
Brownvillo oa Monday morning, Jan.
4tU, under the guidance of Lieutenant
Colcmaa and his e pacing chargers for
t- capital of the State. At Peru they
were presented with a box of Havan
a's for tboso who use the uscfefcH
weed, after ivhieh they continued in
their onward Journey, reaching Ne
braska City at an early hour, -where
they secured good quarters for the
creclc. Here they were joined by
the'-nicn;ber from r.ichartLon,' and
m.my others, who were on their way
to the. capital. On Tuesday, their
train, consisting of twenty-one per-j-ous
in four carriages, fc truck out on
the broad wesUrn prairie, on, to them,
nn unknown -track. For the firet five
miles , they passed a few improved
fare?, after which it was one vast ex
panse of unbroken prairie, -with an oc
casitual house at long intervals. They
pae&ed over what was supposed to be
th east, middle and west forks of the
Little Nemaha river, which M'aters
the central and western portions of
Otoo countr. At nicrhtthev Btorned
at CominiHsIoner Roberts', where all
found enough to eat and bed and bed
ding for one half the persons In the
company, the other half improving
looping rooraa upon chairs and on the
floor, with a buffalo robe or horse blan
ket for covering. In eomc ill humor,
they left the next morning for Lin
coln, over the divide between the Ne
maha and Salt creek. After an hour
or so riding ia the mud and snow,
they preceived the capital nine miles to
the North-west, in what Bcemed to be
ji low latin surround 3d by lands on
all tides, rising gradually higher as
far as the eye could stretch, and Boon'
after they reached Lincoln and found
innumerable politicians perambula
ting its Ucak, muddy streets, carrying
around with them, tho Speculators
Ileal . Estate, in quantities -that made
locomotion nearly impossible.
The town is laid out on the second
lcnch from the stream, and consists of
the usual variety of dwelling?, ehurch
op, f tores and hotels.
The hotel, accommodations are very
good for a new place, and the resi
dence of nearly all are open for the ac
commodation of those who are tempo
rarily here ia attendance upon the
The Legislature of the State of Ne
braska convened In the Capitol on
Thursday of last week at 2 o'clock P.
M. The Senate was organized by the
election of the following officers :
U, B. Taylor, of Douglas, Ties.
R, M. Chapman, of Cas3, Chief Clerk.
John Patrick, of Johnson, Assistant
. V. II. Miller, of Otoe, Engrossing
Ceo. Vandevcntcr, of Nemaha, En
YV. A. Polock, of Nemaha, Sergant
Tie v. G. T. Davis, of Lincoln, for
Chaplin, and tho House, by the elec
tion of the following officers :
"Win. McClennan, of Otoe, for
J. 8. Bowcn, of "Washington, for
. C. II. Walker, of Washington, As
Jesae Turner, of Douglas, Engross
A. Dcy,)f Douglas, Enrolling Clerk.
E. S. Clark, of Seward, Sergant at
M. J. Mumford. of Tawnce, Door
,Wm. 8. Horn, of Nemaha, Chaplin.
The members and officers were
pvtiorn in by the Secretary of State,
after which, both Houses adjourned
until Friday, morning at 10 A. M.
Lincoln, Neb. , Jan. l?th.
The two Houses met this afternoon
in joint convention, when the oath of
office .was adaiiiii.-tered by Judge
Crouuso to Gov. Butler, Sec Kenard,
mid Auditor Gille?pic as oncers of the
Write for the two ensuing years. After
which the Governor delivered his In
ruigural A ddress, which was very well
: There .has been but little business
tjnc as yet, only a few notices of bill3
t o be iatrodueccj The town is crowd
ed with lobby htn from every direction.
Electioneering Is going on upon every
street corner. The prominent candi
dates for United States Senator are
Tipton, McCann, Marquette and But
ler. Tipton's chances are good, and
were every man to stand on his own
merits, would undoubtedly be elected.
It Is rumored that money is being used
to increase the chances of one or two
of the, senatorial aspirants. Iam un
aLIo to vouch for the correctness of
tills report, and only hope it has no
foundation in fact. The position is
ooncocded to the South Platte country,
riml nil rlcnrm-lMrrethat Tirtton oucht
4o be the man, but some, for purely lo
,cal considers ions, will, for a time at
east,' support Maxquc-tteor McCann.
From present Indications the candi
dates have the fallowing strength
which they can rely cn Tipton 19, Mc
Cann S, Marquette 7. and Butler 5,
leaving 33 as doubtful. Butler has
really Lut2vcto, others may tie in
JuCcd to vote for him if they can fee it.
The ether three will in the end vote
for Tipton, and to will two of Mar
quctt'a and Ave of McCann's support
ers. "Wo feci quite sure of Tipton's
chances as the matter now stands.
The Caucus has not yet Uxn called,
and, perhaps, will net be until the last
cf the T.'cck.
-The Bailrcai Interests cf the State
uTo well reprerc-ntod in the lobby, and
the following lines may and undoubt
edly will receive aid. The Nemaha
Valley from Bulo, the Hivcr Shore or
Nebraska Trunk, one west from
Br r,vnv;i!. one west from Nebraska
City r.r.,1 ty.iz pouthwest from 0"-?.ha,
Ix-vidcs which aid will be extcu J.to
the building cf a bridge over th&Piatto
pcrhr.ps at Fremont. Other Legisla
tion 1? talked of but has resumed no
."'. fiidie shape at present.
Governor Cutler's EJcssagc
To the Legislature of Nebraska,
now la session at Lincoln, was deliv
ered at 11 o'clock lat Friday.' "Ve are
sorry our space 1111 r.A permit its
publication this week. His very com
prehensive and exhaustive cf the sub
ject, and makes many, valuable sug
gestions to the wise men in council.
The points of the Meesage are thus
ably summed up In the Omaha He
1. The opening paragraphs are de
voted to a statement of the removal of
the Capitol and the establishment of
the city of Lincoln, discussing at some
length the present and prospective ad
vantages to the State ot the act.
2. ltefers to the euljeet of immigra
tion, and advises the adoption of more
efficient measures to divert to Nebras
ka its share of the great foreign immi
gration. 3. Speaks of tho rapidly developing
coal mines of the State.
4. States that a failure to fulfill the
terms of the lease of the salt lands on
t he part of the leseo?? and advises legis
lation that shall protect the interests
of the State in the matter.
5. Advises the perfection of an effi
cient militia system to protect the
frontier settlers against the depreda
tions of Indians; and the creation of
the office of Adj uteri t General.
6. Becommends appropriations for
a State's Attorney.
7. Asks that an agent be sent to
Washington to settle the claims of the
State against the General Govern
ment, and receive the five per cent,
from the sale of public lands now due.
8. Speaks at leugth of our system of
public instruction ; suggests the crea
tion of a fund to build school houses;
a better eystem of school reports ; the
establishment of graded schools; and
the erection of the local and general
superintendents of schools into inde
pendent officers, with an ample salary
for the general superintendent. Speaks
flatteringly of the success of the State
Normal School at Peru.
0. Suggests that close Inquiry be in
stituted as to the necessity for estab
lishing a deaf and dum asylum.
10. Becommends an appropriation
to enlarge the State Library.
11. Advises that provisions be made
for the publication of the law reports
of the State.
12. Becommends that the old Capi
tol building and grounds le granted
to tho city of Omaha for n high school.
13. Becommends the erection of an
14. Becommends an insane hospital
to be built within the next two years.
15. Also the building of a peniten
tiary. 1J. The executive has exercised the
pardoning power thirteen times du
ring his official life.
17. Spoaks at length on the subject
of internal Improvement, and argues
the appropriation of public lands to
the construction of four bridges across
the Platte river one at its mouth, one
at Ashland, one at Columbus, and one
at Grand Island. On the subject of
railroads hopes that their construction
will be wisely encouraged and argues
the appropriation of'public lands to
IS. Advises that the management of
the state lands be put into the hands
of a district branch of the executive
department, to be created for that
19. Advises that the lands for the
erection of public buildings, including
a penitentiary, be brought into mar
ket within the next two years, and
calls attention to the sale of the State
and university lands.
20. Becommends that so much of
the lands, contiguous to the salt
springs be sold to develope the springs
to tht ir fall capacity, for the sinking
of wells; and that a tax of two cents
be levied on every bushel of salt man
The St. Louis and Nebraska
Is just now monopolizing the atten
tion of the most densely populated
counties in Nebraska, those along the
river ; which contain at least 1)0 per
cent, of the wealth and population of
the State. That this vast interest be
properly cared for, a number of capi
talists along the river on the 10th
ultt., organized the Nemaha Trunk
Railroad company, and held a busi
ness meeting at Nebraska City, Jan.
5th, at which the following resolution
was adopted :
Kctolvcd, That the Executive Com
mittee is hereby authorized and in
structed to make immediate arrange
ments for a eurvev. estimate and loca
tion of the St. Louis and Nebraska
Trunk Bailroad, and that so much
money, as is necessary to defray the ex
pense of such survey, estimate and lo
cation, be called for upon the stock
subscribed to said road, and that said
survey commence at the Southern
line of Nebraska.
This looks like earnest, and exhibits
a faith in the project, In as much" as
"the - expense of such survey" "be
called f?-r upon the stock subscribed."
This road can lo scoond in impor
tance and benefit to this- section to
only one other, and that is a direct
eastern connection. It would place
us in direct communication with St.
Louis, the South-east and the South,
and carry ofFour produce to tho best
paying market in the . world. This
our people see and appreciate, and
stand ready to assist the work in any
shape they, may be called on.
. The west is likely to reap a greater
benefit from the recent Bailroad finan
cial disturbances in the east than most
people, or prophets, either, would
have guessed a few months since. It
commenced in a liu&acial struggle be
tween the N. Y. Central and the Erie ;
now It Is an excited rivalry between
these roads for a supremacy ia the
carrying business, and both reads, of
course, are reaching out west into the
grainery of the world. The Erie has
secured an extension to Cincinnati,
St. Louis, Chicago and to the Missouri
river, and the N. Y. Central has prac
tically secured the Toledo, Wabash
and Western road, giving it an air
line to the Mississippi at Quincy, and
a Missouri river connection at St.
Joseph. This secures pro rafaa for
freight to tho Atlantic, and will be of
immense advantage to the west. Be
sides this, the greatest ad van tp go oc
curring, will be the aid these powerful
rival companies will bring to bear in
pushing forward projected western
roads to an early completion. For in
stance : The M. & IL B. AN..L., now
building from Quincy, through the
northern tier of counties in Missouri,
to this place, would form no mean
link in the western continuations of
the Central, while its extension from
this point to a Pacific connection,
would, certainly make It the eastern
terminus cf the Air Line Bailroadbf
the continent. Let us bo prepared to
do our pxt in this grand consumma
The St. Stephens Ferrcl-nnt hrahr n
' raised, esy l,e Xcbrc- .i- n.
A man and team went through the
ice at Nebraska City yesterday and
A mov j is on foot to orgr.niij an Ag
ricultural Society in Johnson county;
no better object was ever suggested In
that county. With a soil unsurpassed
la richness, a people composed of No.
1 farmers, mechanics and tradesmen;
and a live paper running in its county
seat, it should next have a flourish
ing Agricultural Society la operation .
and a Fair every year.
The Grocery Store of Henry S. Fe
lix, of Omaha, was robbed of over $000
worth of roods last Thursday night.
No clue to the robbers up to Saturday.
The Editorial Convention called for
last week was a fizzel.
Our Nebraska City exchanges are
just now very busy trying to foist the
idea upon the people that the B. &
M. B B. Co., is about to negotiate for
making that city its terminus on the
Missouri river. At the same time the
Midland Pacific Co., formed in Otoe
county, which agreed to build 2-5 miles
of the last named road, is out in a let
ter stating why they cannot accom
plish it because Otoe county Bonds
Is all they have to work upon. Will
Plattsmouth get scared? or won't the
Legislature help 'em out of their dif
ficulty? The crossing of the Platte has been
miserable this year, and is making
friends fast for the Bridge. "
Miller, of the Omaha Herald, writes
his personal experience from Lincoln
under the caption of the "experience
of a demi-john." ' -
The Christmas Festival of the M.
E. Church, at Falls City, realized
about $100, says the Journal.
Curtis & Peavy, of Pawnee City,
have received the contract for buil
ding the Pawnee Court House, in
Fawnea City, at $14,000.
A Mr. Geo. A. nail, it is said, is
traveling around reporting himself as
Agent for the Nebraska GityXcw
and Press. The Press denies him.
A stable belonging to Hon. J. B.
Bennett, in Nebraska City, was des
troyed by fire on the morning of tho
9th. The contents were saved.
Mr. Editor: I understand there
is a petition circulated in a portion of
Nemaha county praying the Legisla
ture to enact a herd law for the western
half of the County. Such a law Mr.
Editor, will never work in free Nema
ha, or if it works at all it will be to
work up the worst passions in human
nature among peaceable well-meaning
neighbors. For Instance, we will sup
pose eueh a law in full force, and a
line drawn north and south in the
center of the county, which runs
through the best pasture lands we
have the prairies are dotted with
small improvements, only a few acres
in crops and no fence. A and B are
close neighbors, A on the west side of
the line and B on the east side. A
will naturally turn his stock over the
line on the side minus the herd law
where the settler must herd them out
of his crops or stand their depreda
tions, for their 13 no law to protect
him, and at the same time he must
carefully herd his own stock, lest they
happen to cross the awful line and
trespass on A's premises, who will
take them up and recover damages.
And there will be no end to the trou
ble, for the same thing may happen
every few days. If the Legislature
cannot give us a general herd law for
the whole fotate, I would advise them
to let well enough alone, .or at least
leave it to a vote of the people.
Good Times Coming.
Many of our eastern exchanges pub
lished, at the great trade centers, pre
diet that the coming year will be the
beginning of an era of prosperity for
tho whole country which will exceed
any within the memory of this gen
eration; that money will be plenty;
that public improvements of all kinds
will be prosecuted with extraordinary
vigor, and that all must f el and enjoy
the glorious revival of "good times"
so long predicted. "Flush times" are
especially a blessing to new countries,
so we, in Nebraska, may pluck up
courage, for assuredly we shall have a
hand in this grand deal of trumps.
General Tlinyer on Xnlversal
At the late New England dinner in
this city, a letter was read from the
poet, Whittier, in which ha expressed
a sentiment in favor of universal am
nesty to all in the late rebellion aud
the removal of all political disabilities.
General Thayer, Senator from Ne
braska, in responding to a toast,
among other things, said : "The pure
minded, the noble Whittier, sends us
a sentiment to-night in favor of uni
versal amnesty and the removal of all
political disabilities. To that senti
ment I do not assent. With me no
more amnesty or removal of disabili
ties till the life of the humWest indi
vidual who walks on God's footstool,
be he white or black, is as sacred in
Camilla, Georgia, or in New Orleans,
in Louisiana, as it is in the peaceful
village- of Ainesbury, in . Massachu
setts." These bold, fearless sentiments were
received with great applause.
The New York Tribune says : "We
hope to see a constitution amend
ment framed and adopted which will
counle universal amnestv with imnjir-
tial suffrage, imd make them a part of
our iunuamentai law."
.Why need this "amnesty" be a part
of the constitution? Greeley don't,
of course, mean to pardon future reb
els; make this a precedent for all
time; offer a bonus for treason; to
secure "impartial suffrage." And, as
to impartial sufirage, "the States will
tend to that In their own Constitutions.
Even a philosopher may run
idea" "into the ground." .
Dispatches of the 10th Bay that the
Supreme Court will doubtless affirm
the constitutionality of the legal ten
der act, but would decide adverse
were it not for the bad effect upon the
commercial Interests of the country.
Bosh I The people will never repudi
ate their own obligations and its disas-
terous effect would be about an bad as
a total stoppage of navigation on the
Little Nemaha Birer.
A Strange Accident
Occurred at the lower landing in St.
Joseph, ca the 6th, that caused a
heavy loss of property an d jeopardized
many lives. Tho JTcra',1 says : -"
Some d.ivs past a side track was laid
from the t. Joseph and Council Bluffs
Bailroad, near the old picket landing,
tr tho rirpr'u rr1rro in nrilpr tf f-hin
-j - - y - jr j
upon the ferry boat the engine and)
cars for the Denver road. This sidej
the river bank.
Yesterday morning, about 8 o'clock,
a dummy engine switched off upon
this side track five flat cars loaded
with iron for the St. Joseph and Den
ver road. The brakesman failed to
stop the cars in season, and they soon
dashed with increased momentum to
wards the river. A huge log placed
across the track was broken as a reed,
and a heavy wagon, standing at the
river bank, and loaded with iron, was
hurled forward into the river.
The ferry boat "Nebraska City"
was at the time about to land, and
wa3 but a short distance from the
shore,' directly in front of the side
track. The wagon struck the boat
just below the guards, and two bars of
railroad iron were driven completely
through the hull. The boat com
menced to fill rapidly, and the oSlcers
at once steered for a sand bar to save
her from sinking. The bar was reached
just in season, as the boat was almost
gone when her keel struck the sand.
The ferry boat at the time was crowd
ed with passengers and the excite
ment ran nigh. It was miraculous that
no one was hurt by the collision.
The five cars pitched headlong into
the water, and three of them were at
once lost to sight. Two of the cars
were hauled upon dry land, but the
other three gone past redemption.
The loss by the accident is about
$12,000. The cars were worth at least
$5,000, and the iron lost cost over $t,
000, whilst the ferry boat, in Capt
Flemming's opinion, has been dam
aged to the extent of at least $3,000.
Those who are posted on all the cir
cumstances in the case are of the
opinion tVlat the entire loss will fall
upon thjTIannibal & St. Joseph Bail
road Omipany. .
A young mountain lion, measuring
six feet from tip to tip, was killed near
Cheyenne on 3d hist.
The "End of Track," on the U, P.
B. B., is at Echo City, a place of some
1,200 inhabitants, situated on Weber
river, at the mouth of Echo Canyon,
fifty miles from Great Salt Lake City.
The Atlantic and Pacific States Tel
egraph is now working from San Fran
cisco to Virginia City, Nevada.
A nugget of nearly pure sllrer was
recently found in White Pine which
required five men to raise it out of the
The Central City JReolstcr says that
considerable excitement exist3 in cer
tain well-informed circles of that place
respecting the prospective greatness1
of the new town to be laid out oppo
site Salt Lake by the Union Pacific
Bailroad Company. It is expected to
do nearly all the trade of the great
northwest for years to come, and will
receive unlimited encouragement from
the railroad men. Extensive works
will be erected there, and unlike the
small ephemeral towns already built
upon the line, will assume the shape
of permanency on the start.
Six men were murdered a few
nights since on the Central Pacific
Bailroad. When found some of them
had their throat? cut from ear to ear.
This is the principal theme of gossip
down the line, and has furnished the
Salt Lake Telegraph man another op-
Eortunity to exult his polygamic
A communication from the Secreta
ry of War. to the Senate shows that
2-5,640 regulars and 1,213 volunteer
troops are employed in the Indian
hostilities and in protecting the Mis
souri vertrafic and the Union Pacif
ic Bailroad and otherwise in that re
gion. The total amount of freights receiv
ed at Cheyenne for the year ending
Dec. 31st, 1SG8, is 71,280,055 pounds,
amounting to the sum of $1,380,903 48.
To this add the sale of tickets, $324,000
and there is a total of U. P. B. receipts'
The following official report relating
to allairsin Arkansas has oeen receiv
ed at Grant's head-quarters, from
General Horace Porter of his staff:
Little Bock, Arkansas, Dec. 20th,
1868. General Babcock and I arrived
here two days ago. So many contra
dictory reports have been in circula
tion in regard to Gov. Clayton's mili
tia, that it may be well for you to
know the facts. The present State
government was certainly in some
danger previous to the presidential
election. . Senator Baker had been-
shot and wounded badly; Mr. Upkam
of the lower house wounded; Mr.
Hane, member of Congress killed, and
a United States Marshal driven from
his-pout by - threats. The Governor,
Senator Bice and others, had to sleep
in the State house under guard, for
fear of assassination. The Governor
wisely refrained from taking anjr vio
lent measures until after election,
fearing that the opposition inight
make capital out of it, but as soon as
it was over, he organized a militarv
force of about 800 men, one fourth col
ored, under Gen Catterson in the south
west, and upham in the north-east,
with orders to live off th country, ta
king what was absolutely necessary
and giving vouchers; ii3 intention
is to pay all loyal holders of vouchers
and no others. Two assassins have
already been executed by sentence of
a military commission, and seven otn
era are in prison and a great number
have been run out of the State, but the
best result is the disposition of all bus
iness men to voluntarily enroll them
selves as a posse pledged to assist sher-
ins to arrest lawless characters, If tho
Government will relieve them from
martial law. He has accepted many
of such pledges, martial law existing
only in parts of seven couuries. The
entire conservative wing of the Be
nublican rartv were onnrsud tn t.hn
declaration of martial law including
j.' ui b iixwiu, uuntu oiates omcers
commanding troops. They admitted
the terror established by the rebels,
but wanted tho United States to make
the arrest3. Gov. Clayton's argu
ments in- favor of his policy is as fol
lows: The United States troops do
not know the people and the country:
The lawless behave while the United
States troops ire in the vicinity, but
break out worse than ever when they
leave; the rebels are generally anxious
to have them here as it creates expen
diture of money in their midst.
The warrants issued by the Treasury
Department during December, to meet
requirements of the Government,
amounted in round numbers to the
following sums: Miscellaneous and
Foreign intercourse $4,143,000; inter
est on Public debt $7,0o0,000; war $7 -400,000;
navy $1, 857,000; Interior, pen
sions and Indians $1,313,000; total 17,
607,000. This does not includes war
rants issued for the principal of the
For fifty miles along the track of the
Chicago and Northwestern Bailroad,
in Iowa, the late snow drifted on the
track to a depth of several feet. Four
locomotives and two snow plows were
employed to clear the tracks
euieiue ai council liiutls on the 10th,
in consequence of having contracted
an improper association ia hi recent
The Leavenworth EvUctin announ
ces that last Monday morning tl: ; con
tract wa3 let to Boomer & Co., t cni
csgo, to build a railroad bridge ccross
the Missouri rivr - t th .t r tThc
contract price i? ... 3,400 -a ccr: trac
tors retaking $ I T0ot stock impart
nay. Thebrid; is to be cor. otcd
within eight m its Yon the 2 day
of February, 15 . , ; .
Postmaster General Ban ctll is pre
paring to advocate before Congress the
union of post-ofSce and telegraph, and
to that end is collecting facts, figures
and arguments, There fs no doubt
but the whole subject will .be pretty
fully and rigorously discussed in. Con
gress before-the end. of tho present
By A. Y. Morgan, Probate Judge, on Jan.
8th 13C9, at Yanney's City Restaurant, Thos.
T. Roan and Alice P. Dixon, both of thla city.
I offer for sale for casli cf young Stock, my
FIXE BLOODED STAELIOX,
stands Sixteen Haud fcieh, and weil proportioned.
Will be live yenrs old next epnnjr. "Is warranted
judges the best farm horse for all work in t he couii-
14-61 She rtnan, Kemaha Co., Kobrwk.
It. TEARE &COH
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110. Oil STREET,
BltOWS TI LiltE kechasjxa.
Sealed proposal will be received bp to February
1, lwia, for opening up Main utreet to wentern limits
of city, and to pat Hie tBp it trfwe!tns condition.
O. W. FAHlKlUrrUER,
10-8t Mayor City of Brownville.
Kew York, August 15th, 1867.
Allow me to call yonr attention to my PRKPA
EATION OF COMPOUND EXTRACT BUC'HU.
The component parts are Buchu, Long Leaf, Cubeba,
Moure of I'KEPARATiox. Buchu, In vacuo. Ju
niper Berrien, by distilation, to form a fine gin. Cu
bere extracted by displacement by liquor obtained
from Juniper Berriea. enntaininjr very little sugar, a
small proportion of spirit, aid more palatable than
anjr now in use. The active properties are by this
Buchu, as prepared by Druggists generally, Is of a
dark color. It ia a plant that emits its fragrance;
the action of a flame destroys thin (its active princi
ple), leaving a dark and glutinous decoction. Mine
13 thecolor of ingredients. The Buchu in my prepa
ration predominates; the smallest quantity of the
other ingredients are added, to prevent fermenta
tion ; upon inspection, it will be found not to be a
Tincture, as made Pharmacoprea, nor ia it a Syrup
and therefore can be used in cases where fever or
lnllamation exists. In this, you have the knowledge
of the ingredients and the mode of preparation.
Hoping that you will favor it with a triul, and that
upon inspection it will meet with your approbation,
With a feeling of confidence,
2 aJU, vrv respect fullv,
It. T. 11ELMBOLD,
Chemist and Drcpgint of 18 Years' Experience In
Philadelphia, and now located at his Drug aud
Chemical Warehouse, S94 Broadway, New York.
From the largest Manufacturing Chemist In the
"I am acquainted with Mr. H. T.ITelmbold; he
occupied the Drug Store opposite my residence, and
was KUhce.wful in conducting the business where
others had not been equallv so before him. I have
been favorably impressed with his character and en
terprise. William Weiohtmah,
Firm of Powers fc Weightman, Manufacturing
Chemist, Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
Hklmbolt'9 Fluid Extract Buchu, for weak
ness arising from indiscretion. The exhausted pow
ers of Nature which are accompanied bvsomanv
alarming fymptons, among which whii-h will be
found. Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Memory,
Wakefulness, Iforror of Disease, or Forebodings of
Evil, in fact, I'niversal Ltussitude, Prostration, aud
inability to enter into theenjoymtnt of society.
The Constitution once affected with Organic Weak
ness, requires the aid of 51dlcin to strengthen and
invigorate the system, which Helmbold's Extract
Bucliu invariably does. If no treatment Is submit
ted to. Consumption and insanity ensues.
JlfXMBor.D's Fluid Extract Buchu, In affec
tions peculiar to Females, is unemialed bv any other
preparation, as in Chlorosis, or Retention, Painful
ness, or Suppression of Customarv Evacuations, Ul
cerated or Schirnis SUteof the Uterus, and all com
plaints incinent to the sex, whether arising from
habits of dissipation, imprudence in, or thedecline or
change of lite.
Hklm hold's- Ficin Extbact Buchu and Im
proved Rons Wash will radically exterminate
from the system diseases arising from habits of dis
sipation, at little expense; little or no change la diet,
no inconvenience or exposure; completely supersed
ing those unpleasant and. dangerouu remedies, Copa
viaand Mercury, in all these diseases.
Use Uelmbold s Fluttf Extract Kucha In all diseas
e of these organs, .whether ex!stiig in male or fe
male, from whatever cause originating, and no mat
ter of bow long standing. It is plwant in taste and
odor, "immediate"' in action, nd more strengthen
ing than anv of tlte preparations of Bark er Iron.
Those suffering from broken-down or delicate
constitutions, procure the remedy at once. - ,
The reader must be aware that, however slight
may be the attack of the above diseases, it is certain
to affect the bodily health and mental powers,
.jA,1! above d.ssei r-nHre tlie aid of a I luret-
0 fieljnb)ld'8 luxtract Buchu is the great Diuretic.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Price 15 per
bottle, or six bottles for IO. Delivered to any ad
dreiw. Describe symptoms iu all communications.
Address H. T. llELMBOIJ). Drug and Chemical
W arehouse, 6!4 Broadway, N. Y.
None are Gennine unless done p In steel-engraved
wrapper, with facsimile of my Chemical
W arehouse, aud signed
iS"2 II. T. HELMBOD.
Lector to Tonne Men.
-fyryv j usi puDiisnea in a sealed envelope,
Jf4l . Price six cents. A Lectureon the mv
l'i ture, treatment, and radical cure of
J spermatorrtKe or Seminal Weakness,
i . " ' "lunun .iiiiftoiuiio, f-wrjwutu Annu
ity, and Impediments to Marriage generally Ner
vousness, Consumption, Epiletsy, and Fits; Mental
and Physical incapacity, resulting from Self-abuse,
c.-Bv RUBER J. CULVKJtWELIi, M.D., Au
thor of the "Grerri l irr. k." 0. ,
1 he world renrw eu an tho r. 1n this-admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves from his own experience that
the awfui consequences of SHf-abuse maybe effectu
ally removed without medicine, and without dan
gerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments,
rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at once
certain and effectual, by which everv sufferer, no
matter what his condition may he, mav cure himself
cheaply privately, snd radically. Tins Lwture
will Paovjt a Book iro TKoisAirjw ami Thou
sands. Sent under seal, to any address, la plain sealed
envelope, on the receipt of six cents, or two postage
stamps. AIho. Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide,"
price 25 cents. Address the publishers,
. CHAS.J.U. KllxeACo.,
IWO-y li5 Bowery, New York, P. 0. 4588.
lias been longer engaged In the treatment of
Chronic, Sexual and FeuiaJe Diseases than anv other
Physicl in St. Louis. . '
Syphilis in all informs. Gonorrhea, Gleet Stricture,
Orchiil's, Diabetes, and all affections 01 the Urinary
and Sexual Organs, and treated with the greatest
Spermatorrhne, (sexual Debility and Impotency as
the result of self-abuse in yomh, or sexual excess In
maturer years, which produce omeof the following
effects, as blotches, debility dizzineM,- dimness of
sight, confusion of ideas, evil forebodings, aversion
to society of females, loss of memory and sexual
power, and rendering marriages improper-can be
Persons suffering from consumption, dyspepsia,
chrome diarrhea, liver complaint, hernia, rupture
or any other chronic affection, may rely npon r
ceivinga radical cure, - - c J upu re-
Partfrnlnr nor,ti .. r. , .
TrTrr V . v' "iiiie complaints
Inflama ion and Ulcrauon of the Womb. Len-
, """ c ju oi cases can be
properly treated without an interview,and medicines
sent bv mail or express, secured free frr.m observa
tion. Consultation by letter or at office i-beie.-Charges
moderate and cures guaranteed.
6eve.;tb,St.Louis7Mo. ""a ana
. . -y.can ?et in a sealed envelope, my the
ory and trPHtmPtlt Crn.l Tt J
contain! mil 1 -VI, r X.
p.ILrelann? to c"nrnio and Female CouU
r " lura rew siainp. l'1-Yi-y
To Couiumpt Ives.
sT.1iTert,ser' bavin? been restored to
bealth in a few weeks by a very dimple rem
ear. after having Rtifrrui ur.i
a severe Inn? atfection, and that dread dls-
v., vum-uii-.iiun-ui anxious to make
known to his follow eufrers-theKieaai8 of
cure. ; , ; . , . :-, :
Toallrhock-sireIt;Ke send copy of
tne prescription used (free of charee,) with
the directions for preparing and using the
wime, -which they will find a sure cure for
Consumption, A lh ma. Branch iiis, dc. The only
object of the advertiser in sending the Pres
cription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread
Information Vhlnh h. Annnclvo. n lnl
able; and he hopes every suffererer will try
may prove a biasing. . - . .
address IlEV, EDWARD A. WILSON. .
- lJj fcoutii is. x;ond Si., William sbnivh.
M-9-y Kiiigs County. N. Y.
Sis Hi i
mo hf 'Mi stll
mm ,s -ddgcis
Ilxre recelveI ta
zntzt ttd Tit' I Asscrlrnt
-9 - ; r--. !
ever brought to the city of
' . consisting of
Secretaries and Book Case
Cilice Desks; Vash Staiiujc,
i CAN 15 ROCKERS,
Narse Rockers, Dining and Breakfast Tables
OfHec, rhilOf cjkI Dining noom Chairs, and
everything usually found in a
; 12-4-iy -
t. A. PIKER. T. K. KEYKOLDS.
PIWEK& RETSO LOS, Proprietors
Eight street, two blocks from IL R. Depot,
ST. 'JOSEPH," MO. 4oly
Gulldlng, Glazing, Paperhanglng, &e.
.: Tio.15 Main Street,"
. (One door east of LTauk & lloltzlnger'a
Queensware and Grocery store,)
A LOUIS 7AU3TEIt.
- x LEMON, HOSEA & CO.,
Wholesale and Il'tail Dealers in Foreign
Dry Goods, Clotliiag Etc.,
. . No. 5 Fourth Street, ST. JOSEPH.
A large stock always on Land. Orders so
licited. Satisfaction guaranteed. 4 Vly
Union Foundry and Ilachine Ehop.
Burnside, Crowtlier 6 Kogers,
- - PROPRIETORS.
Cor. 8th and 1essanio Sts., St. Joseph, Mo.
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
Mill Works of all Kinds.
Iron Fronts made to order on short no
tice, and satisfactory to all parties.
Also Ri?ent for Gardener & Robertson's Im
proved Patent Governor. 44-ly
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
50,000 Mile Fence Wire,
50,000 Mila Fence Wire,
50,000 Miles Pence Wire
Pittsburg Iron aud Kail3,
Pittsburg Iron and NaiU,
Pittsburg Iron and JXaite,
JSfcch'anic' s Tocls,
Charier Oa Slovcr
Charter Oak Stoves',
Charter Oak Stoves,
Besides afull assortment of everything kept
In a first class
1DME m STOVE
Which will be sold as low as the lowest
FOR CASH I ,.,
To all who favor vs with a call.
Empire Shuttle IJacliine.
Tatented Feb. 14, 1800, & Sept, 1, 13C8.
RECEIVED THE FIRST PRIZE
Crest Falrof the American Instilula
In New York, Oct. 26, 10S7?
A-nd'Ltlghest' Preminm for Bet
At Taris Exposition, July, 1867.
No.' 1 Family Machine.
This machine U constructed on a new principle of
mecbanwm, rxmrtes8iiis many rare and valuotle 1m
proyeoienw, havinj? been examined by the mont
proronnd erperts, and pronounced to be simplicity
The foliowins: are the prlaclpal objections urged
againt sewing maclilnts: . .
1. Kxcexsi ve fatiKue to the operator.
. 2. LlaUl.ty to pvt out of or-ier.
a. ifHT f e, trouble, and lew of time In repairing.
.4. l:i ap:u-itT to sew every description of Ei&teriiO.
' i. Lii;Mil)le nuiae while in op.-ratioii.
The Empire Sciving Machine is Exempt
from all these Objections.
It has a straight Needle, Perpendicular Action,
makes the Lock or Shuttle StiUii, whic h will neither
rip nor ravel, and ia alike on both skies; performs
perfect sewinr on evnrv d oriptIon or nmtertal
Wirt cotton, l.nen or Mjt thread, irua ih coaruest
to the hneat number.
It Hems, Fells, Bind3, Braids, Tucks,
Quilt3, Plaita and Gathers.
A a Family 8ewlng Macliine it has no superior.
Special attention Is called to our new Improved
Nos. 2 & 3 Manufacturing Machines
They nive been thorowrtly teted on every des
cription of Cloth and Learner Work, runuine by
Steam Power at the rate of
1 ,200 Stitches per Minute.
Produoia: more than dou'ile the'worfc of anv oth
er f-hnttle Machine now in ue: the stitch ln'tlht,
uniform and beautiful s they are simple in oonat ruc
tion, ea:ly nnderetoKl, and not b liai.Ie to pet out
of "nfler, ran light and are orupanuiveiy nuL-eiess.
Taiioriflt? or leather Work weclaim thit they
are not only equal, but mm h Kuperior to any other
maciiino that hag ever beon ofiered to thw public
Empire SeTTiagU&chine Co"., N.Y.
"WELLS A RICHARB80N,
. - St. Joseph, llo.
General Agents N. W. Ftates and Territories.
i.; . 1 -J' . m
DEPOT OF MUSIC!
Z?. L. dL -i- c- kUi,
27o. D To. -i tli Street,
-jrr. JOSDPII, MO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
i iiiiiUU mill uiiu,aiUj
Chickering a Son's Pianos
Which were awarded tho
Cress cf tlis LEGIOII cf HOITOB,
FIRST GOLD HE DAL
AT FARI3 EXTOSITION, 13C7.
TCI. IADU & CO.,
HALLET, IATI & CO.,
NEW Y0BKUNI0H CO.
national, Combination fiCabinei
Jlason i Uamlln's
All orders should be addressed to
JAI.I25 H. Dra, Agent,
Pern Livery Stable.
Iviinl. of Stoelc.
Horses Eonght, Sold, or IZxcIxaEgetL
Stock Boarded by the Day or Week
MY STABLES are stocked with (food Horses and
bucjiet. Persons wlhlnjr conveyance to any por
tion of the 'emaha JLanU District can be accommo
Pern Zz. Broxynvillo CoacL.
leaves my Stable every morn!n at 19 o'clock A.
M. Pii.srnrer3 or paikages sal''ly conveyeL Or
der left with the Postmasters will be promptly at-
0 B Main street, opposite
Also Agent for
THE APPETITE FOR TOBACCO
L.eave oil" Cslnjr tlial Poisonous
One box of DeWltt'a nrerrt!on In warranted to
destroy tb appetite fur totHcco in any wrxin, no
matter now strong tne nabit limy c. 11 it ihiIh in
any case the money will be refunded. Hunirel
have urted it who are willinjr to bear witness to tiie
fat that DeWlt's Preparation completely destroys
the appetite for tobacco mi leaves theierson as free
from anyd"irj for itait bwore be corumencvd its nse.
It in perfectly sa.'e and harmless in aii ca.e. The
nreoaralioD at'Ui directly upoa the same itiuiid.t and
secretions allected by tobucco, and UirouijU thee
upon the blxxl. thoroubiy cleamn? the jxuson of
tobnt-co from the nvHteiu. No niir haakerinif af
ter using De Witt's Preparation, liecoiiect it ia war-ranteU.
The followinc are a fw selected from the multi
tude of recommendations in our po&nession :
From C A. Eodgert, St. t)ulal Mo.
St. Doris, o., April Zl, 1
I hereby eertlfy that I have usetl tolraco for twen
ty years pnt, aiul Tor the last ten yeaj-4 1 have tiveil
two po(!nd i r month. I have iimiia a'tempt to
leventr at diilerent times. I have ie't o'f oue vtsr
at a time, but always continued to hanker iuu:r it
until. Iued I'eMr'itt s Preparatiuu, which hm com
pletely ciireJ me of fli appetite lor VibHecn. I
would re-omcr.fI r.Il who arefTected with this ter
rible habit to try the rrparaao.
, . C. A. ROBEItTS.
From Joha Siiye, St. Louis, Mo.
. , bT. Ixuih, Jane IS, IWH.
This Is to certify that I have used tobacco for eigh
teen years; tried many times to leave off, but have
suiVrsd so much from a dizziness in my head and
pna.vins at my stomach that I have sooa fiven up
the trial. A friend adv;el me to use your prepara
tion, and it completely cured me
Trora W. A Smith, Cclumbaa, Ohio.
. - OnT.rvBCs, July 10.
I hereby erM!V that one box of your Preparation
entirely removed ail th use of tobx:o.
W. A. SMITH.
From Wa Esjiy, Springfield, Mass.
. Sprinofiixd, Autrnst 5, 1JW8.
I used one box of your Preparation, and it cured
m- , . VM. E?PV.
I mewiy dve th-e as a sample of what I am re
ceiving aally. All letters of inquiry cheerfully an
swcml. Price of Preparation, ii per box. If to be
sent by mail, ij cents additional for postage. Mon
ey seat by mail at my ri.-k. A(ilreva
CHAKLid DIMWIT. Chemist,
Livery, Sale, Fesd and Exchange
Corner Main and Levee Streets,
Buys, Sells and Exchan
STOCK, tin PnOPEHTY,
IVrSDJS, &c, Sec.
TIm Ijtrge Stock Coirall close to Steam Fer
ry Landing. Stable accommodation for
Single and Match Uorses, Engries and Car
riages always on hand for sale. 40-tiin
Vv 2,1. TVTETH & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer la
Harness, Skirting and all kinds cf
SADDLERS LEATHER & HARDWARE,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, &c.
Agents for Ditson's CircnUr Saws and
No. 6, Sonth Third, bet. Felix & Edmond Sts.
T. JOSEPH, MO. 4oly
urutec states x,rT urr, i ;irtr.n -
1 r w ;ioin u may concern :
Take not .! L'T"t-T, t
ad pistri.K (-nrt t y f. v'. .U In !. r.f ,
in sa;.l Ij-rrl.t, wi,o fc Un h-r-u ', J
clared r;anjfri t otvier V e a.t of Coinr-Hl4'--' k
"An Act oKvti..-n a ' im ; nj Sr'V'--'
nptcv t.f.-:h-.ut t.:-? C-.:i . i-j .
A I ...r. l.i oil. I C 2 a i Lt n . "i ... T..,
v. .... ,t .-...- v.. . ...... ... "".ia'sj.
tu d-y of JrtiMtHry, A.1 . !... at 10 o c'n. L '''
the o:':.i e of ."S M. i. . :i. :re.f the '
y. nkruptcy for s.;-t 1 Vru : at Kro'v'nv" ;-4'"",)
l-;.-tr:ct, is in t;ni- and p..v a:jaej ff":f
ij.--of tne sai-e: bn o.r wnr y,Q mal H
II nu ? ; i "t' . , t : mi r mj lotvp,
tn hi I pei.ti' HjiOi.. nvi rtinti.
? - J.
r.'t ifuru mrv.. uoi iur t i rs or Miit h M '
WAN '. ii. -iVt i J r
13- Cn.ery "f r. S. t.-K-t Court ftf i
United States EistrUt Cocrt.
trUt Co.rrt, I Strict of r.
T- whom It mav ctair-t'-n
Take no'- hrrer y. f 1 1
w-f. en U.e J-- 'n Urtv or rnr r A.D. i-j, X
said I i -it r.ct Court by VV il.laai It. Eent:-T .V " i
clared IWnir y't nrwW t;i Act of Conn'l;' r
"An Act to .-ti.iii..-!i a I'tittiirm S-.t-m .
niDtcv Throughout t; United SttM ... t
approval jimui .i i, mu an ann ni
debt;- sivi oiiierciuim privarieun!ri4ii,r
that thf '.'i Uavof Jhv larv, A.I. kip
a.m.. at t'ie oi'.ice of ?. ;t. l.,-h. y. n't
Ii?trr i'l ?Vnkruptcy for aid listrctat R
vnieinsa.'i I'lt.tnct. is the time ami
for the Jienrin-r of the same; when ar.l
niay atteTi-i. m;m! show ran-, if any too havV '
Use prayer of tl:siiij ye;:t:in should "not b .
The n-Hid ami third me-tmt of the cr "
said EAxLrupt w.ii be h-i i at the sam '", '
p'e- , NVATiN asMrri
1 t--t Ok- of U. Ir.-i t Court for A -
Notice la r.!tnkrBHey, s
District Court of the Unitfi S'Uitcs, fhrtj-.r.
ofNebri.sk.:. In Bantn;prrv
In the martrof i.h!iu CleveUuiJ
P'.strict of bntsa. .
This ia t give notice th it on the 3ciad.Tv
cemhr, a warti4 of UinVr-sr; w-
out of the I'iifrict Court :t thf rnuij
I'istrict of hr.skit, a '.i.ist the ftau rf '
Cleveland, of .Neoraia C.'v. in the county of"
in said ix.stnct, adjud.:ed a lwiriipt m t,",. T
tition : tliat the payment of any debt-.. ;. ..'
livery of any pn o-rtv belonvmtr lo stuViu-'J
dt-l)U;r. to him. or S'-jr his use. aud inc trans;- f"
protTty by him. we forbi'MHii t,y tr, f.'
meetia,' of' the crstors of srrtd bankrupt j,-'
prove liif ir det.t, and to choose (n 'M n
si-nees of 1:1s etste. wi'.l b he'-i ata Conn v
rir.tcv,to be hol'lt'n at th CounJlouxe in iirt).'
Nebri-ka, before s. V. hiriii., Kn."sur ,
ruptcv for wtid district, oa tie ta uj tf
A.l. i, at W o'clock, aaa.
C. E. T"-.-"
W-Ct r. a Mar. al f, ,t
Notice 5a Uankrvytcy.
Pistrict Co:irt of the Uuit States. fortU2as
. of Nebraska. Ia Bankruptcy,
District of N'ebranv. ss.
Latnbeth. cf Nebrafi City, in the county v
In stud District, aui'ied a ianknirt on i I
petition; ttiat the payment of any u-hi. t-, .
delivery of any pr-i t-i ty beionTiir'tosiicLV.v
debtor, "to hiin or for his n-e. and thetraasrf
property by him, s- l'or:iiJ-n hy law; i,-.ii
0ieet!njof thecred.tors of said Bankrupt
prove their debts, and to chxe nneormw
ees of his estate. w;ii be Lei i at CVunoc
raitcy to be holdt-n at the Court Hiwute ,a 3,
vnie. Neb., bet' -r s. M. liich, K-q..K't;;stT nia
ruptcy forsatd I;.s;r.ct, nu Ui J-U iU- of
A.JJ. IjoJ, ai iu o'ci-A.- auu.
C. E. Ts?
ITa T. 3. rarshal for a.q L
Notice tn BaBkrvptey.
District Court of the Uuivd States, for the Lists.
Neb.-af.ka. Iti BmKniptcv.
In the matter of John ri. Oregury, Bantnji
District of Neoruska, s.
This is to Rive ntat that on theUst Aitj'
cember, l'S, a Wsrraatof BanknptTfa
cutof the I) srrict Court of the t n:tl iiu y j
I'istrict f Nebraska, seainst the estate f j,
Cirepory, ia the courrty of Incaster, Id a.ai
ijud,'vl Jianltni'H on t. s own tv:i:: -.j
payment of anydeotsand the dci.vry uf an
erty beiongin to such Iiar.krui)t d-(jt,jr, t jj,
for his use, ami the trauxir of any proptTty
in toh'tn areforb'dden h lw; and tniuiim
of the crvLtors of said Bankrupt nVbtor te w
their detos, aud to choose one or more
his estate. iii be beid at a Court of Bjrr .rc
be holdn at Brownville in aid l'LHtr.il N
Kich, K-., Re--.s'er In Banknpti-y for Ikh
on tiiei?th day of Jauuarv, A.B. l.-.!nt 10 c' -nu
C. B. T.
13- r. S Marshal for aid pw
LUG AX I.OTTCZS.
Ana EhzAtivilius vs. Robert Collins.
In the District Court of the 1st Judicial I-
Nebraska in and for Nemaha county, Hirj. a
a. d. lv,t.
Kobf rt CoJIIns, defendant, a Don-ri'1"il rfl
State of Nebraska, is hereby not::;st ;
K-iza Collins, did on tne l.itn c'u? of Ji irr l.
Isiit, tile her etitjort in tiie oti'a of the Urrt
(Viurt in and for said Nemaha Count v snd sfj
Nebntska, charjrmar said defendant Jt()brt(.i 2
with rroMt and extreme cnielty toaard put:j
and that alliiooirh defendant is of suihfient ml
to provide suitable Mainut' nance for petit oM
has ifnwuly, wantonly, and cruelly failed, and .s
ed to do so; and asK;ti that she niay tie (liv
from the naid ltobert Coiling
You. Bitert Collins are her-by rwpi.'red tnts
said petition on or be re tin l.th dav of JU
B. or the same wul b riiicen true.
AN N BBBiACOLLDi
J. N. rteyrord. Arty.
January lath, I a
Notice ffiuard inn's Sale of Krai Est
In pursnance of an order or t tie itrlct Cub
the county of Nemaha, and t;ite of N"brs.k. o
ted at the September term of the ;ii Uistrit'.j
A. D. 1, a.vl conrirm.e.! a: t!i aii'oiirn"' n-.
the saine held in 1 wmber A. D. I iii o"
saie at public auction or vend'in o: rMturla'J'
day of -February, A. 1. I";!', at 1 o clock. t i-trv
Si'hoof riguse, near the preni:.-i-i, in .aid -3
County, the followirij- described Bmil ltte ta
In the county of Nemaha and .-tate of rerrii
wit: Th south haif of tiie nor h-west q'lHrtw P
tion it. Township four, ran 15 est. Ttw i
down, the balance in one, two and three
ten per cent interest. t. H. u.lil
Guardian of (Jeorge S. Ebbs alias Oeorse tCS.
Adminlstrjttor'w Sale of Ileal Eta
In rarsnano. of n r.nr nf tho Ttiutrt.f'r
the County r.f Nemaha arl stat of ni
prar.ted on the it.t.i .j-iy of Spumljer, A.ft I
at the city of Browuvu.e, on tue dale fop
will offer for rtje at imMic auction or
Tuesday the nth day of January. A.D. lfS
o'clock p.m., upon the premises, the follow"
cribeti real estaie. sjrnatct in ice county
ha and Mare of .NVbr:ik, to-wit : The Dr;i
quarter of the north east quarter, and Buts
and ei(ht ), of the norm et frm-tioual fUr
section tifeen C.", towijshm tive i'n. northWa
tonrteen (14;, east, roniaimi'i lt5 V-i) scrMi.
The above de?cribei iHi-d has A-ty acrwf
timlwr on it, forty acres broke and u.ider ftixt
gosl houses ami plenty of ruunintt au.-r.
iuu uouc &.u u I, LI IIUV OI -
ii v i; i (;ttf..s.
Administrator of the T.iuue of 'iiam
Guardian Sale ef Iteal Karate.
In Pursuance of an Dr.T .f nf th. TtTr (X
the County of Nemaha ami ib Mi. ij'
executed on th 1 !M dar uf lvitif', -d. '
thciry of Bisjwnvjile. on t s. . f,rai. 1'
ot'er forsaleat public auction or i .lueon 'VW
the 21st 'iy of JaniMrv.nl. i-i - i .. ,.i,-- I
door of the Court Jloiise in wiil ,.r..i:. cm
the foilowinit decr. !! rl .,..- a
Comity ef Nemaha in th s--t: oj .i,'riwii t
BotNo. 11 in Biix k No. Ci rn tLe vi iia.f V
with the appurtetiatK-e thr'o belong . . I
made knowu on the day or a;. ' "
WIBI.IA3T 1 1 ITTTTS
' (iunrt'sn nf IwrnOW
DeForrest Torter, Attorney n,r C.iud.an.
Taon cp by the cnderiitmed, living roi
sv'ti of P"-rn, on Ilonev ( reeic, or the 5tln
cc .Tiber. Is, one B.wic'YeariiDi Heiier, cr
leit ear and und-:rl ; ia the rutht.
V.'. O. GBASGV
From the undersiTfio,!. f,ne Ti an Krf.frrCiZ
in the left eer, crop of rUi.t ear. liae b-i
year Old. The tirutir nr knntl
tiie wherenbouU of the same will be ni'
warueu Dy lettirur me k now. or, I wiii rrt
taker up if he doa't adverse or brin ti-,
I. It. 1U BJk
Taken noon my farm, la T'em nrecla.-t. P'
lsds. three m.ies riortii-WMir IVni.nne livvT
red bull, with son: white on beity, brsndl
i- ana cross on leit hip, iejt horn :,ght!T nr
lot JOHN CBiiJii;
Taken upon th premis. w .iU awt.
ville, on or about the 1 .th of Ue,-eiu' r. oiif
Cow, some white nputu, of horns
crop off left ear, chp ia riiht. surpi-sed to'
or mue years old- i-t fc. t. M.Ci;
One lat sprhi? wfcit calf, red esr-t and
ken np November u-tii, V.s. on mv farm i ?
xireeinct. ll,jsi jiA-MtL KbOJ-j
Taken up on t."-.? Hariri of the subscrih1
miles nortii-west .f li.'"wnvi, Be. enr.hef
one last sprinn wiiiM hei.tj can', who Diac
ne-v wn- kv. i it FMJii
Error of Youth.
A gentleman who sn .To red for 7
Nervous Dei-ilitv, l'remature Lecay.
the ejects of youthful indiscretion.
thenakeof suirin: humanity, sena
all who ievl it, trie rii-ip Bud direct;
making the sim pla r'-jucdy Ly wbioii
cured. Suilerern wlshintj t profit bv
vertlscr's experience cm ! -i I.y !' ,
in perfect confidence. JtJiiN it. ii,(.;
li--y No. 42 Cedar street, NeV,
ESTABLISHED IN 1537.
Y,en leave tit rm h Is friends ren-rai?,
lsbettvr pret.arel ti;ui cv.t to (iruisii a
pla'its. either to make the Uarde&s gajf I
or to I'urui.-ti :.:wers fertile
CjiliijxN II' rK,
In winter. I'evotinsr ten larsre Green b'",
biLSiness alone, he I e!s w-trranfed in t'-i
the lir;wt stock west of New Vork la
Grown epacia:!y for shiTpin?, t has J
stock, li.i t'A. !ve re-,-V Vx-er:ence --j
piviw unrwaiicd oi ,". . ...,s to k"oW
western ptopi wtut, a;id how to scud it W
DescHpt!y?, wirs T r!i-e. Is !ss-t ano1' .
thecr-nof Feovuarv, i;nh i.l be '
patrons of as soon ad ---mod, ana
ou appucaiicn. Ad'-ess
Tins ii to give notice triat on the .Tot! AiT-i
cemtjer, l.-s. a warrant of i'.ai!kniptcr
of trie Lisir'ct Court of the I niu-d jyai
PLstrict of Nebraska, aoi-it the ntatif''f
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