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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1869)
J. C. CIXX7XICIZ, Editor.
rrtoVNVILLE, THURSDAY, J AX. 3,1SC3.
...-EX- & EX. K. A. fc R. H. .
Ik-low we publish', hy I'-cniuiori, J
kltcr from Pres. Davis of the abov
named road, "which give a gt-otl show
nig for an early eastern connection
Matters arc all right cast of us, and oui
p'uectiss now depeaiU upor ccrsclves
AVith the vole of tbb county, as it now
Btnnd, in faror of this project, and the
Infrot -Mfdi the. counties WCSt
should and do feci, it would bo re
markable If we should by any possi
liilifv lose our "crrin." It is ours be-
yond preadventure ly the lay of the
Lmd. and our representatives should
w e i it that it is not tlescriminatcd
egniuai ia the disposition of our fctate
Canton. Mo, Ja, 20. 1 SOD.
. J. W. Blackburn, Eeq.: Yours of
f h 1-lih ins, art band. In rejrarnd to
our EailroaJ, I am happy to inform
mii Hint it is under contract to
Memphis, GO miles, and the work (al
though partially suspended for the
M Inter,1) will go vigorously on iu early
Ft) lie r. : The coctraet for ken -d
rolling kxli, tt-ltbough not dorm), is
vcrv vrtTl understood, and I may say,
made. Tho C. B.&Q. ia tho-iiarty
whose ability to push it on ia beyond
fiucstion. Tutncm county takes a
vote In February for $150,000. I hope
you asul'the friends of Nebraska will
work dp vour port o( tho enterprise.
and during the year we must have the
"whole line In tliapc to I ort Kearney.
, Shall be pleased'. to. lieae frouLyoiu.
... Yours truly, .
o.: ;.. h. Davis-
' ' From the Canton (Mo.) Fir.
' Vi'c gave publicity, last week, to a
communication from " Lan raster," ad-
virfvitinir it change in the route of the
M. &. M. 1C. A. L. Ibulroad so as to di
verge from. the present line at Lancas
ter and connect witn mo lowa sysicm
of railroads at Coatesville. In answer
to the article referred to we now submit
the following statement showing that
no nuehcba-ageof rontecan be adopted
un dor the present ohcrter, or In harmo
ny -with the original design of this
;1. The charter requires tie road to go
through the norm tier or eoonties in
Missouri to the Missouri river, the ter
minus not to be nearer to the Iowa line
than fifteen miles, nor at. any point is
the road to be over thirty miles from
the Iowa line.
Tlrcr preliminary survey, made in
1567. through Lancaster, approached
too near the Iowa line for the liue
west. . To go through Lancaster as that
line runs compels the company to go
too far north, hence the recent survey
Bouth of that first line.
2. The counties through which the
purvey of 1887 runs, have acted liberaly
for the building of the road, and in Feb
ruary Putnam county votes on $150,000
for the extension.
i. At Brownvillc, the terminus of the
road a company isorcaimed called the
Urownville A Fort Kearney Railroad
Company, who have raised considera
ble funds to continue the road to Fort
Kearney, which would give almost an
uir-line from New York to the Pacitic.
The Committee ou Internal Improve
ment iu last Congress reported favor
able on a bill granting to the Brown
villc and Ft. Kearney Compan', 1,
1X0,000. Last, though not least, all
the negotiations for buildiug, ironing,
Hjuipiog and operating this road have
lccn based upon the idea of a through
road, and the present flattering pros-,
tccts of a wealthy road taking hold of
it are bxxxi upon this understanding.
These, we think, are sufficient rea
sons why the company should not run
into Iowa at Coatsvillo or any other
"Wc have been familiar with the
doings and purposes of this company ;
wc know they have acted com-fstent
in all their eflorts to build a rosd'frxvra
river to river through the north tier of
Missouri counties, and nothing that
they can control will bend them from
their purpose. They will build as far
west as the counties will give suffi
cient aid. Lancaster will have a depot
located in good faith, as agreed In ta
king the vote In that county.
: Lixcolx, January 19, 2S60,
Lhave an opportunity of sending b
a few lines by private conveyance.
The excitement thus far attending the
BcssioDv i -bating. The Senator-ship
was decided last evening, on the 19th
ballot. Four. ballots were had on last
Thursday night;" thirteen ballots ou
last faturdiiy night, and two on last
evening. The Tiptcn.men wcra anx
ious to crowd thematter to some ter
mination. AH others feared the close
combat, and rtre anxious to stave off'
final, action. After, tho final ballot
wui taken, every caraUdato, as he was
called,' came forward and addressed
the Assembled multitude;- pledging
themselves to the support of: the sue-;
ccgsful candidate. Harmony and god
feeling characterized the entire asen
bly.7-The members of Nemaha cn-
tcrtaiu the kindest regards for the en- j
tire body jof Legislators, and hope to
laeot them again by their representa
tives two years, hence, in these halls,
for a fcimilar purpose, when they will
take occasion to reciprocate the good
offices of others.
'.The Nemaha delegation toolc oeca-,
Hon' yesterday to visit the Salt "Works
of the State. They are situated north
west of the town nbout two miles.
There are about three hundred acres
of Rat,' swanky, muddy ground, in
mi oblong shai, on which notliing
M'trai to gro"w,- iwar the salt works.
The works consist of a well dug in the
centre of this luvuidy. imd iiiarthy
ground.. .Ditches-cut from several
points of the circumference of this
ground, running in the direction of
this well, conveying the eurface-water
therctc There is a pump in this well,
driven by a wind-mill, which foroes
the water to the heighth of about
thirty feet, into a trough running
uout forty rod3 to the west bank,
where tho water is deposited into a
large open chstern! holding several
Uiousiind barrels. From this cistern
the water is forced up by similar ma
tliinery about twenty-five feet in
height!, to a trough leading to the
kettles in the arch. In this arch there
are about treaty kettles, each holding
about thrru barrels of water. But the
arch i? so badly constructed that but
Uu Liittk-s have been inado to boil by
the' hotter t f.res yet made from dry
i'oo.i. h'alt has bet a made at this iu
liLutln, but t a grer.t expense; and
thus far the works are a failure. Still
many have faith that it will yet prove
a success. There is inneh difference
of opinion as to the propriety in seed
ing the whole to one company.
To-day the tk-clion' tt a U. V. Sen
ator was taken in the House, v hicb
resulted in Mr. Tipt a receiving
votes, and Chas. H. Brown of Omaha,
C. Iu the Senate the vote fcr Tipton
was 12, for Brown, 1. The twoHouses
meet in joint session to-merrow, to
declare the result.
Jaxtabv 20. The joint session of
the two houses was called to order, and
the journals of the two houses read,
so far as the same related to the elec
tion of U. S. Senator; wbcreuiou the
President of the Senate declared that
Hon. TTs- W. Tipton was duly
eleeln) as Senator from the State of
Nebraska In the Congress of the
United States, for six years from and
after 1th day of March next. Thus
endeth the great excitement of the
January 22. Tho House and Sen
ate adjourned over from to-day until
Monday, and most of the members
have left this afternoon for their
homes. There is now a large amount
of business in the hands of the stand
ing committees. .
Tho Hwe tfeus for Iarrefuecd to
patronize the press In any shape.
They refused to send for cither week
lies ordailics. Several bills have been
introduced to provide for the publica
tion of the General Laws In some one
or more of the newspapers of general
circulation in the State, but all have
betn voted down. To-day the House
indefinitely postponed a bin to pub
lisk the laws at a cost not to exceed
fifty cents pr thousand ems of primer
type, ou account of the expense.
Such members demand that the press
of the State shall work generally for
the good of the public, and particularly
for the success of the Representative,
Senatorial and State ticket, when
nominated; to print all tickets, noti
ces, hand bills, editorials, and a large
amount of other labor, for the success
of the party and the candidates, and
then refuse not only to pay their own
bills for tickets, &c, but are over anx
ious to hedge them in from all aven
ues of patronage and support- Per
haps the parties conducting papers
may find it to their interest hereafter
to support less illiberal men for office.
Money can be appropriated for almost
any other project, but when the peo
ple demand to know what their ser
vants arc doing, then politicians have
retrenchment on tho brain.
Several unimportant acts are before
the House. One appropriating $10,000
for. the relief of the Stato Normal
SchocHr n-t.v provide for. the publi
cation, irr &eek-form, of the decision
of the Supreme ConrJ,' awe- fcr 2gta
eral Herd Law ; one to amend the
Revenue Law; one to build five
bridges over the PJattc ; one for aid
ing the building of the Nebraska
Trunk, the Nemeha Valley, the Oma
ha. South-Western, and the Midland
Pacific Railroads ; aad. hosts of other
bills of minor importance.'
The loby have nearly all left in dis
gust at the hot-el accommodations, and
the high prices demanded for inferior
Senator Tipton Re-Ereetcd.
TJe Republicans ef tlc Nebraska
lA'gLihtture met in caucus hiit Monday
night and on the second ballot nom
inated Hon. T. AV Tipton, prcseut in
cumbent, as Senator for six years, twra
commencing March 4th lSGU. The
contest for Mr. Tipton's seat was quite
warm, numerous able and prominent
gentlemen being anxious toserve their
country in the halls of legislation, but
Mr. Tipton's popularity and record
were too ni uch to overcome, and he was
triumphantly re-nominated. As a
Senator Mr. Tipton has been a decided
su(ess and we are glad to know that
Nebraska has beenableto secure bis
services for so long a term. Mr Tipton
has abundantly shown that he will
never court notoriety or popularity at
the expense of right, and as a free, in
dependent, end: fearjbss- champion of
the rights of the people, he is well
known. to every one.- His many
friends in this seotioon congratulate
him on success and rejoice in' his- tri
umph.. "We aroglad tosee him returned
by suoKta-ooninlimcntary voto as he
received;, and' bropo - soon to - givo our
readers an account of his faithful stew
artihip and friendship fcr onrBection.
Wcfeel that in Mr. Tipton tho weaker
ortions of our State will find a fast
friend and earnest advocate.
An Educational meeting took place
at the Capitol on Saturday the 16th. at
which the committees, on Education
from, the two I lenses of the Legislature
and the on appointed by the State
Teachers' Association last summer, be
sides many otlMjsrf fiends of the cause,
Proffessor Gere, of this citr, was
called to the chair and Judgo lewett,
of Urownville, from tho committee of
the Teachei-s' Association, presented
a bill drawu mostly by himself, after ,
conference with the friends of Educa
tion now in-Lincoln, which was taken i
ir.to consuleratioin. It is substantial ,
the Ohio School Law, the leading)
changes beiag the mauner prescribed i
for filling the oSIes f Stute and Coun-
tv Superinteudent5h. It jwde that
the Governor shall Hclecotse person
from each Judicial Distrirt; witli the
consent of the Senate, who together
with himself and the Auditor shall
constitute a State Board of Education,
which shall select a Superintendent
from any part of the Union, who
shull receive a fair compensation for his
servitfw aud ex ojfk-lo Secretary of. the
Board. Lt provides for a County Su
perintendenito bo appoint who fhall
exercise the duties of Examiner.. This
latter provision i from tho Missouri
law. Otherwise the-bill is a copy of
of the Ohio Law. precinct .kad sub-districts
and idl. . A spirited dwt-usyon
arose over the hub-district system, iu
which Col. Irish, (Jen. lloweu, Hon..
A. JJ. FullerHou. A. F. Harvey, Hon.
Mr. Furay, Hon. Mr. Cunningham,
Judge Hewett aud others narticiiated,
tlu result of which was the adoption
of a-resolution asking the Legislature
to-'adoptthe bill without material amendment-.
It seems to be the opinion
ef Uie uittjurity of Educational men
herx; thatit isjust the system wewant,
aiivi it contains several decided advan-tajrc-H
I wuld mention but space for
Senator Thaj'cr introduced a bill to
grant ten alternate sections per mile
on each side of the line to aid in the
construction of a railroad from Sioux
City, Iowa, to Columbus, Nebraska. '
Ben. "Wade is to have a eeat in the
Cabinet. The Nebraska Legislature
has demoralized Grant to give Gea.
Thayer a teat in the Cabinet. . .
Ja; H. Stockton has been elected
U. 6. Senator from New Jersey.
Oma'.i a Velocipede,
' Vn iKhtln l! vrin of Conl has orn found
o? tUo fai w of i r, Jonc, In 4us county.
"Who . V-ctel Tl r f m,". m-nm sih lmpn'r
.,t . jetton in 'tl.rasi dry, a "who
utrii. k l;.:!y ralierBon" Is everyvuer..) el
T.5p Xetct Klops clean over, pvi-r It. -x.
:Swt-ipcr tTiWoa 8cs:i abundant In
Oumlin. 3ican, nlnt It? ; . k . ' ' ;
Xll irr Mol.fn-'prf nof-e thfr return of
l -it fmiir tlv t-anitahs u tliePKnaforlal
plct t Ijincorn Is deacriUfd a very calm
aner the storm.
Tho J'frx coin s down henvy on tho At
vcl House, at Lincoln. Poor fjol and bud
munmrcmont. seem thnrnle. Another hotel
for Lincoln ia In cJiiUniplntion.
AV. 1. Smith, the Omaha skatist, 1uh Ac
complished his 100 miles i a 100 connect! tlvc
hours, averting icvcii minutes 10 vue iniic.
FUher, of the Pawnee Tribnnr, conKratn-
Iat Carl Sctiurz on nls election to I lie L . .
Senate, and hojes to be able ck fcHesusne
foritov. JJiuiur. , . .
J. S. Morton delivered; a lertoro ou
"BrnHs," at Nebraafca. City, fast Sfonday. -
From the OwwUia RcpuMiran of th e 2nl we
learn of a teyrfhtrsieektent. On the afternoon
of the22J Mr. Howard wna working with a
trrifcollue istovp. wlien tlic stove ex nlodea. rn
velopii? her immediately in flame, and also
settini fire to tho clothes of her mother, in
aUemutln to extinguish the names. Some
neighbors soon rushed in and extixKitisbed
the fire, bnt not before Mm. Howard was
burned almost to a crisp, from the vasto tip.
lcavinz very little hoiKjoI her recovery. Hhc
has since died. - . .1
A man by the name of IlerniMMVx has
Just leen corivirtit in Omaha of nn atteiupt
to murder his wife, and sentenced to tbartven
years m the penitentiary ,.
The contract !: th runfe-rn Rolo to
rawnei! Citrr E"Ti'oi;cs to put- on a ,ln9
A petffion fordTanj- mall service from tho
river to IJeatrlce is in circulation In that
city. It behooves Brownvlllo to nrge on the
movement. . .
Beatrice wlhes to bo Incorporated.
- Capital Correspondence
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 21, 1SG9.
Advertiser: The Senatorial contest
is over, and Mr. Tipton of your place
is re:eleeted. It is a glorious.vurtery ;
oao over which he and. his frieads
have reason to feel proud, not because
his opponents were beateny for they
were all good and true men:- but be
cause Greeley's and Pcabody'a friends
have been pleased to characterizc him
as nn "accident," and.prophesied that
our people wouid repudiate hictv He
has beca; ndrsedf; arul tno- etsin of
"accidency" wipctl out. The fight
was a fafr, square stand up one, and so
far as opponents wTere concerned, Mr.
Tipton's success was "not because we
loved Ceaser less; but that we loved
Rome more." Gov. Butler and Mr.
Marquette, really the only other com
pctitors, Jfcsrvc tSe- gastf wiff of our
people. Mr. Butler has made a model
Governor, and the people have hand
somely endorsed his official career.
Mr. Marqustt is cb able and eloquent
man, and made many friends during
the late canvass, in whisli'So-ccoispic-uously
participated. ' '
The "next thing in order" is the
Kailroad question. This will be the
most important question to be disposed
of by the Legislature. Mr. Reavis,
Senator from Nemaha, Richardson
and Johnswi, has introduced a Bill
providing for tlic disposition of k the
pt;blJc lknr! to aid internal improve
mcnts. It prorides for the contrac
tion of Railroads, and iu its provisions
Is equally applicable to any and all en
terprises of that nature. The princi
pal points are that it gives 2000 acres
of land per mile, when ten consecu
tive miles shall have been graded,
bridged', culverted", and" tied", ready to
lay down the iron ; that fifty miles
shall be completed and in running or
der within three years from dato of
passage of bill, under forfeiture of all
lauds, property. and franchise; that
no road shall receive over one hun
dred thousand-acres of land from the
State. The roads-namrd as being en
titled to the provisions of the Bill will
most likely be the St. Louis and. Nebraska-Trunk;
Great Nbmaha-Val ley ;
Omaha and Sioux, city ; Omaha and
South-western; Sioux City and- Co
lumbus and the Midland" Pacific.
Let me say a word about the-Lincoln
Hotel., Your Editor, Mr. Church,
has had no. "experience"" at the At
tvood .JIomeT and consequently can
uot give you details' of facts concern
ing It. The "Atwood? Heutse"'is the
name, and . it is kept by one N. At
wood. "Where he is from, "no one
knows, no one cares.'" Tho house is
one of the neatest, most convenient,
and best constructed, good sized Hotel
buildings I ever saw, and ought to be
kept by some one who "knows how
to keep a Hotel." But it is not, I am
sorry to say, . at : present. , The table,
comparatively speaking, has nothing
on it,, aud what there is is miserably
scrredi. The-landlord is a poking,
dried up, stnrr,. cross old- chap who
never has a pleasant' for ugliest.
Half the time, he cau be found stuck
down in a chair, close to the stove,
chewing his cud, silently and nicdi
tatingly, not saying a word to any
one, while guests around are in want
of scuts and attention. His charges
are enormous, and fluctuating, some
are charged, eight, twelve, fifteen and
twenty dollars per week- Guests are
charged for wear of carpets, floors and
stairs, said to be occasioned by calling
friends, not guests of the house. :" If
any one' stops at the At wood while
Atwood . keeps it, ', they will wish
they-- had. gone to "the other hotel."
Lined is a most thriving and beauti
ful town; its inhabitants are enterpri
sing ; it has a number one Hotel buil
dirift, aud .ought to have a good land
lord.. - v':",-: v l
- - Lincoln, January ISG9.;'-'"
" JBiUor ' Adt-crilgrr: T t-uppose Mr.
Church keeps yoii informed of the
progress of Legislation, and of all
matters of interest in the" House of
Representatives ;'but thiiiking that a
few items from the Senate Chamber
will not be amiss to your . readers, I
seud. the following letter.' ' V
The President, Coh E. B.Taylor, is
I believe, not much known iu Nema
ha countyr and. if tho Democratic pa
pers are to be believed,' is a terrible
man. Ho Is a gentleman in every
sense of the word ; and is liberal in
his views as a statesman, being in fa
vor of the development of the resour
ces of all parts of the State.' ' He h? a
No-1 presiding pfiicer.; ,;
Mr. Rcavis is so well known iu No-1
maha county, that it.is useless to say
anything more about liirn than that
he iialways in his place, and atten
tive to business.' 1 - '
Mr. Cunningham, of Richardson, is
a young 'man, as well as new member.
Is quiet and modest, seldom speaks, I
nut wnen ne does, It is to the point;
is very Industrious. His constituents
have reason to feci proud bf their Sen
Mr. Porter, from the Northern Dis
trict, is lr re. Has been very slciifd
is not well yet. Comes ! theCScnatS,
every day, but is not i ' lj to iak an
active part in Legislate i. -f
I lx. K nium, of Piatt?, is the only
Deujoertt in the Senate. IIL seat was
contested by Mr. Sydenham, of Kear
ney ; but he failed to' make out l-'s
cae, and Barnum retains his scatl
He is an old member, and is highly
respected, barring his po&iies. r'
Mr. Gere, of Lancaster, and Mr.
Hathaway, , Cass, areb&th editors;
and bcth made thir' debiit us Legis
lators "at the July session In 1SGG;
They arc industriousv intelligent gen
tlemen, and attend closely to the in
terests of their constituents.' '
Mr. Chapin, of Cass, is an old mem
ber, well versed in Parliamentary law,
is very industrious,, arid a. mimj man
in the Stat-.
Messrs. Ashton and" Slephensoii, of
of Otoe, arc personally a perfect con
trast. Ashton is quiet and still, sel
dom speaks, or moves in Tiis seat,
while Stephenson takes a prominent
part in all debates, and while others
are speaking, he swings from side to
side in his ciair all the chairs move
on pivots, and nods his head in ap
proval, or shakes it in disapproval of
the speaker. They are both No. 1
men, and highly respected.
Of Mr. Goodwill of Washington, I
know but little. He i3 always In his
place, and i3 very attentive
Mr. Frost of Douglas, though one of
the prominent men of Omaha, is, I be-1
lieve,' not much known in Nemaha.
He takes an active part in Legislation,
and is always on the right side-. ' .. .'.
Last, but not least, is Mr. Majors of
Nemaha. A young man, yet he . has
a record that any man ; might feel
proud of- ;Is very attentive t busi-ness-j
tha'agto ho- eridont participates
in the debates. . '' .
Talio it all in all, the people of Ne
braska should be well satisfied in the
choice of Legislators. There is no
rowdy members, and J. believe,, this is
the first Legislature of Nebraska, that
has been clear of that class of mem
bers. ' , "w: a.p.
Advices from Fort Fettermaii con
tradict the statement that any of the
northern Indians have recently been
depradating. All have abstained from
hostile demonstrations since i Ited
Cloud treaty. ''V ., .
A bill has passed the Dakota Ter
ritorial House of ltepresentatives. al
lowing vrotteu to vote and hold oifice.
The Indians of Utah, Arizona and
Nevada, are rartning off alt th stek
they can find. 1 - . ' ' :
During the rtst week eiirht men
were shot and four hung inside of the
twenty-live miles of Echo Canyon.
Snow is six feet deen in Pahlcv's
Canyon, just outside of Salt Lake,
Tv7 men were killed recently bv
the Cheyenne Indiarra,' near tho Smo
ky Hills, in Colorado, while hunting.
A number of Oregon capitafiVts
have organized a company to con
struct a canal around the Willamette
Thrt Arizona Mlnrr of tho lf?Mi of
Decemiitrsavs that the Wallanaia In
dians have again broken faith with
the whites, and arc now on the war
path. Col. Price is after them, on the
i'rescott and Mohave road.
The mail service of Oregon and
California, exclusive of iay ef post
masters, is said to cost th; G!mern
ment S1,(XV3,161 annually, while the
receipts lor postage arc annually ?428,-
R. R. Items. ,
Col'. Moulton. Chief Enirineer of
the North Missouri Railroad, i)assed
down to-day to Rulo to take the ini
tiatory step? to locstb;r the St. Louis
and Nebraska Trunk RaHroad. The
comuany are calling in installments
upon the stock, and will soon be pre-
fared to let contracts on the road in
tichardson county; The work will
go forward with reat vlgtr, and the
roau win, oe compietcu a soon as men
and money can do it. PraaJ2.
Vliite Cloud has voted SoO.'OOO to
aid the River Railroad. . :
An Atchison: dlanatch savs "Col.
G. W. Glick, President of tlxe Atch
ison & IS euraska Railroad, htw been
tn T.fnfrln TtKpnalri ami r,rffat&A
arrangements by which that road vrill
be extended to that city in a very
short time." Also that "the Missouri
Valley Road and the Atchison & Ne
braska road are negotiating for a cont
solidation." . . i i .
Vim. Homes, editor of the Missouri,
Itcjyublican, died- Tuesday, at New
Haveav Corfu, ' . . ' '
A movement is oir'foctf'' to' ttfinel
the Chicago river at the Adams street
crossing. : " '
i -I i ' - -The
postal money .order system- be
tween the United States and the
towns of North Germany goes into op
eration on the first of February.
In the House-,. bill was introduced
to enable Chicago to eniargo lier: har
bor; - - ; - ' .. !' - -' -
A treaty between this country and
Prussia is about befog formed ; for the
benefit 'of Prussian emigrants. , . '..!
. The . House . "committee on 1 T.bVt
Roads still eentinue hraiiiig: persons
intereBted m uniting tlio telegraph'
with the Post Office department. '
-aji m i ' - -
A resolution .has been introduced
into the vebraska Lsgiolature for. a
cotwtitutional conventisn.. The object
ia to amend it in uoine important re
spect. ' '' . ' -'I-
A bi?I has been introduced into the
Legislature of the State for tlie aboli
tion of capital punishment. . . 3;
. A bill ia before tho. Senate donating
tho old Capitol building to the eity of
Omaha for school purposes. ' J. 1 ;:
A gentleman just returned to tliU
country from a tour in Kuronp w.ia
asked how he liked the ruins of Pom
peii. "Not verry well," was the rep-"
"they are so much out of repair.".
It U current amongthe artists that
Mr A. T, Stewart has, ordered from
M.-.Yoon, of Paris, a large picture ren-
resenting the Emancipation of Ameri
can Slavery. Figures not mentioued.
All the world is a game of whist; nd
the' men and woman merely playersv
pome shuRie, wine cut, and one man ia,
his time plays many games, and while
many get rich by honors, more make
lTionev hv trir-L-Q 1 . ii : jr..; : . .
II f "
; The bill granting 10,000 tocomplcfe
and furnish the State" Xornml ScbooT
will doubtless bccomedTavi """
In Teru, January 15th. Puiuscea wm
estbon of ilrs. Taylou, ed 12 t and
lie was a student of the State
md i i
the teachers and j
"Anothpr flower !u
In I"arKdwe." ;
p.erit in' 'set,
tUrs school m;i
Leen pluckp-l to p.coia a;,';-
Would roiet fully announce Unit lie has locntedin
Urownville, r.d Is now r-reparwl to perform, in the
best manner, ALL onemtiuiw pcrtainiiiif to the
Store, irpxm; jictr
THE BEST PARE
IN NEMAHA COUNTY,
EIGHT MILES FROM BKOWSVILLE
TWO MILES FROM SIIEJtlDAST.
COXTAIXIXO 1GO ACRES!
All under cultivutlon. A livinfj HU?e Fcnc U
anmniiU CT lils. Growing it in 40 acre lot,
with living slock whIci- tta each 40. Uerire two
years old tills spring Aisood Dwelling House, con
taininK se-en rooms ; a good celler, well walled w nil
stone; ftood stone- smoke-house; gooi barn aud
atnblins for eight hort; com cnlw. etc. Also R
good tenant-house on the place, and a. g(jod school
house on tiie south-west 4tJ.
I will sell the above I'arrn on reiwonnbl terms.
For particulars enquire oi James McNaughton of
Urownville, or r vnr0nVtieVreml.
FOlt A TKX EQUAL TO
GOODSPEED'S GOLDE5N: FOUNTAIN,
IX FLEXIBILITY, 'DURABILITY,
NoncorcosiTeness and Economy ! !
IT W nTS".I OO . LI AT ONE DIP.-"
AUwlifi use'thehi iiU uws-iio other. TTbey re
eoimllv well adaptc-a to the wants of all writers, nd
never "fail to Rive perfect satisfaction. 810 per day
KUirrmXeed to ngonts to sell these ren and other
usefur firtides we furnish.' Sample Boxes 25 cents
by mail. Single samples, 10 cents. Circulars free.
3 Address .. : - It H.-YOUNG & CO.,
l.V3m H3 Chambers St., Boyton. Mass.
The use of Tobacco produces disorders of circula
tion, indigestion, a marked taste for strong drink,
impolency, and Anally insanity.
cures all desire for TOBACCO. Tricc-SO cents.
McCBEKRY & XICEEL,
15-3t Urownville, Nebraska.
Horsemen, 'Xalre Notice,
I offer for sale for cash or young Stock, my
FIXE BLOODED STALLIOX,
He Is a Dark Uay, Ulack Mane.TTail and Lcrs,
stands Sixteen Hands hieh, and well proportioned.
Will be live years old next sprini;. Is warranted
Round, well broke, gentle, and Is considered by good
judg-wthc best farm horse for all work in the coun
ty. Address It. A. STEWART,
i 1 Nt Sherman, Nemaha Co.. Nebraska.
REARE fc CO;,
ScaTpfi rrowsiil.s will he received ui lo February
1, lsi!t, for opening up Main street to western limits
oi cuy, ana to pui the Xatno in a truvenn-i conawoii.
U. w. J- aiki;ku i iir.j;,
10-8t Mayor City of Brown ville.
LOCK STITCH UEVEItSIBLE FEED
THE OJVJLVY OIVE
tl)me ofSewlngln More thau one
i Ulrtctlon.. r
- . V- w
Fastening ail its own Seams,
WlTUiiVT NTOPPIXO TIIK MACUIXE
Vi l uiitSiJStj THE CLOTH.
ItUSKS and WA'STI- IJR.S.S TIIRKAD titan any
other, anil wtHcommeni-e nuram without
holding the ends ol" Oiv tlueaJj
. ". ' i .i
Warranted ' to Se vr Heavy cr Fine
' GOODS lAlITALLY A8 WELL.
MACUIXER SiOUD SINCE 18(51.
St'lid Tor Report and Circulars.
E. PI..1KT, General Agent,
613 SOUTn FOtllTII ST
HT. LOUIS', MO.
Liver, Sale, Feed and Exchange
Corner Main and Levee Streets,
BKrnyillc, ; rrebrrlio.
fcuys, Atlls ami Exehaugcs" "
STOCii, CITY FilOPECn,
Has Lanrc PforK-
ry Landing. Stable accoiiunodationa for
riages always on buna fur iile.
J trf ill
S 2 if ' I if
gia iij in;
till I i i
fe m) fl III
a s W Wk
t 'and Desl
ever brought to the city of
iiTl O WrST VILLE,
Sofas, Toldins Lounges,
Secretaries and Boot Cases,
. Ofllce Desks. Wash Stand.,
Xarsc Kockers, Dining and P. rt-ak fast Tables
OfJlce; Parlor aud Dining Roonv Chairs, and
everything usualty- found lu a ;
FURNITUHE "STORE !
12-l-ly : - .- . . .
J. A. riXEK. " TR. REYNOLDS.
PIX ER& RCSTX O LDS, Proprietors
Eight street, two blocks from IL R. Depot,
ST. 'JOSEPH, MO. 4-31y
tJnionrouiidry ani Jlacliiiie Sliop
BurnsideVCroT7tIisr & Kogers,
: r t FIIOrrjETORS. . i x
Cor. 8th iind Afcssanle Kts., ,St Joseph, Mo.
Steam En fines Hade Repaired
Iron. and urass castings, :
Mill Worlis of all Kinds.
.Iron Fronts made to order on short no
tice, and sutislaetory to all partws.
Also aentfor i:vnIoucr V: Ilobertson's Im-
proved 1'alent fiovornor. 41-ly
;: Ho. 74, .'
It cIJcrsons JllocU,
.. Dfakrs la
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
50,000 Mites Fence Wire,
..50,009 Mites Fence Wire,
r?rz- . 50,000 Jlu'cs.lzticc H ire
Pittshury Iron aud Xaitx,
Pittsburr Iron and Xaify
Pittsburj Iron aud Naik,
. Jfechanic's Tools,
Jlechanic s loots,
- Jleouinto's looU
Charier Oak Sto.
Charier Oak Stores,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Resides ujull assortment of everything kept
- . in a lirst class
IUDIUBE ID -STOVE
11 hieh leill be sold as low as tlie lowed
. Toall who favor vs with a cdl..
Af IIic Sign of the
BIG BEB STEAD!
Is the place to buy
aXel-ALU, Sc Co.,
Keep constantly on hand a complete assort-
. - . . . ment oi
Soat, Beadateads. Wardrobtt,
Bureau, Rockini Chaht,
Sprinrj Bcdt, Wath Standi.
What Nott. . - Ilat Rccka
Kitchen t - .. Kitchen
ana r-; rr . . and
Parlor . : Parlor.
laLb,e .CT MTAIII.a. Center
Joppea , -. ! fu Tablet,
Setteet.. .. mt-.
Kit then VL ';?
Plain . zrs..'-,"
Bed Springt. Childrer.'tJCabt and Giat
-. j r . i . '
; . i Sliteli, Fillowt, Pillow . . , .
l . . O . . . i iiiptr tttetc -. -
SHOW GASES & OFFICE WOEK
MADE TO OEDEE!
And anything and everything required to set
.ujj x-uuu or liincy upu.-ioKeepiug
,3.11 oiltaiir -ware is either manufacture! or
put up under .their ppecial superintendence,
which en-iblts them to tell sound articles at
smaller prices than Eastern manufactured
is at the senice of the pxjhVx nt anr tlmo if
may be needed, and is gotten up inas finestvle
as any farther east.'
OfflllC 101 OSES
f all size constantly oil hrui .
A t, 1 a h t c rn l i V e
a-t-iJV"We Aretlofii-? rHi-iine-ai on . .
strictly cash pra:rciPi.E5
'' AT' A . . -f
Small Profit -
??SLin bnrln nnd the Wantsoi
lat to receive : .th j-ah ona-o of the pu
t ao .
f ir - 1
f.u 1 1
' '' - ill Tiip.
DEPOT OF :iUSIC
P. X. EUYSTT(& SOir,
Ncr. J Tourtlr Street,
Vljolosale and Retail Dealers in
Chickering d Son's Pianos
"Which were awarded the
Cross cf tte LEGIOIJ of HONOR,
FIRST GOLD MEDAL
AT PARIS EXrOSITIO.t, lfiCf.
- , r .
H.IXLCT, DAVIS CO.,
! .-. . . 1
Nationalf Combination & Cabinet
Iason & Ilanilla'3-
All orders .sboUlc? lie nrTdnsflrI to ' -
JAMS5 It. DYS, ASet,
Pem Livery Salable.
A.11 . IiiilM r &toilc.
Horses Uousht, Sold, or Exchanged.
Stock Boarded b the Bay or Week.
JtY STAItr.I- an stocked wi!li ztnl IIorsaiid
tion of .Nemaha I-ind District can be accumiuo
tlated. Tiie .
husr:i"s. I crsi.ns wisiunsr con vev uiie? to any por
Pern &. Broimvillo Coacli
Leaves my Stables every morning: nt 10 o'clock A.
M. l'lisscnsifrs- or puokaKes sjJ'ely convvel. (r-
tlers If it with tlic I'c-st miLjt will bo prcnnplly at
leiuieu io i.-.ii-r,m
JCiin street, oppor-itt-
Also Agent for
I Singer Sewing
THE APPETITE FOR T93ACC0
Leave ofT Uslnsr that Poisonous
One box of DeWitt's preparation Li warrnrtixl in
iletroy th Kiipetit-e for lobacuo inuuyuer.son.no
mutter how wtron the habit may be. If it fuils In
any ca.-e the money will tie refunded. Ilaii-lri-t
have useii it who ar willini? to Imr u.-itf..- t .v.
fact that De it' ITH'.anrtion rtimpleteiy detrf)-s
theappetite for tonm-roand leaves tli person km free
from any desire for it as before he commenced, iu use
It is perfectly !vfe nnd harmless in all cuse The'
preiatratious acu directly unon the.-meiriun.ia o.t
M-cretions "Recteil hy t,l)acco. and through these
npon the hlo-xl. thorouuhly cleuninz the poison ol
t4jhacco from the svstem. No more hankerlne af
ter iisin-j DeWitt s Preparation, lieeollect It is war-
The followinz are a fv wlwlJ ,,nn, n...
tude or reeoiuiueniLitions in our possession :
Trota C. A. ItotlserJ. St tonis. Mo. )
ti.' u .I-ni'w.Mn., April 21, I.
I hereby certify that I hiv. nUl.itnh., r..l
ty yers past, nnd for the last ten yeam i hnre used
two pounds p-r month. 1 bave-mmle uttemi.uto
leave on M clnh-rrut times. I have- Ml oif oiw year
at a time, but always eontiiiuei to hanker after it
until J usel lie Witt's rrepanuioa, which has com
pletely cured roe or the ap;:;e for toJxacco. I
rihTi hTT". a!' who ifftrt wit uthw ter
rible h;ib:t to try the Preparation.
From John Xnipe.Ht. IxmU, Jfo. . :
This is to eertifv ,i,n, r Z'"J
teen years: tril'm, i , ,'"''.1
Ruftered so much from a tli..iueK in my Ji-aVi and
he tria A friend meto rourVrepur
Uon, and it co-npietely Cnrel me repura-
F rom VT. A. Snath. C'olumbtis. Oht 1
1 hereby -rUfy that "?l "i.l "XL
entirely removed all Lhe -Isi of tot '"
From " m. I.spy. Scrin-rflcItL ?.ra 1
I used one box of vonr VTL 18ti- .
Ujp - i n neureu
I merely Kive thes aa n. Umr.. ;.r .. ' , A
ceiviii-il-iitv iii..t. ' mre
swereo. iTie-s of Prepiirntion, f i rcrbox. .ir't. i,.
Bent by mad. i5 c-euu'nddiuo, vlU, -l i? '
ey sect by mail nt iny risk. " U"
CIlAliLiiS MW1T. ChemU
St. Iui8, Mo.
Livery Feed and Sale. Stable !
Bex. Hogejis, PnoprwiiiTon.
Now. 82 and 81 Main Street
r,'" ,n ni! khu? f Hk. Horses bought,
,1eiProprito,r ha-J "tly crpet'ed an entire
l lanje and coiuHMKleous tU, near the
old LrownvUle IIouso. 11U i ail fi t-h
fuid vtlitchs new. The putUo tun be wcoiu
iatwlated at all hours,
DAY Oli MGIIT.
A stock eorrall, ir!i- nn abundant rupplv
vl pure water, attaelic-a to s;;u4e. 1-i'v
At THZC HILL & n.
s" 1 1 f 1 : In T .
District Court nf t m Pt-
UNtri.-t of.-vr..-!va. . v-
This in tn
arv, I,'.), W.w
out of the P'-r-i t
Iiintrict of Vwinidk
A. 1'litre. of -Ni-kik-ki
niji.nui-J a iWir.Kropt -a h f,., ",
pnytiiil of any ilfi.t hh4 th, '
tor lii.s , o4 (htr,Hi.-4:p(,f "''J.'-''
nt'thf t-rwLlor of ;a i'rk-,'"l "'
ttu'ir d-bM. unrl to chi
Rich, ., K-i-'Mlfr in IWnkrimt, T" -n
the &-t It Uay of February a -i -
District Court of tlic Unitwl ?t it
District of SHsan. !. "".i;,
TliN is to ciy- r.otat. that on the-,,,
nary. VurrTOt of lSunkn.,L '
ortliP District ronrt of tli I u', , ,
IMntrlct of X.,ruk, ":tint ) ''
Fleming, of S-br-k C itv, i n,'"'y
in -niil Distrct, !ii.-inl?'ri H-,'r,i-Xtiion:
thj: tixr lUvnient (1f'."1'"r
ilt-livcry ot'itny troo-rty wun"''n'
ctf!)tor. to him or lot lii-i np-. ,
rop'rty ty hiiii. are 1'orbiildfn hr"'
in-etin of th crnt;tor of s ,
prove th-ir h', uri.l t cwwJ'i
ec? of hi.H etntf, will hpl.f T'
mplcv to be li.);.!i-i: at fou-t i-"""'
villi-!:. before s. f. u.,.;,. f.v, a .
ruptcy for 8iil Dtrict, ou the h"T
ry, A.D. lxjii, at i o'c!oc: a.m. .
otlce iu nankrnjtP
rt of the Uaii?d Su,t ,
In the niHttrot Walter Uiui, V
District of .Ntora.sk. ks. "'
Th lis fs tu ive notice tlmt or. t ,
uary. Ns, U'arnint of i:,nmrj-".
nt of the District Conrt of t;-.p .'? '
Iistrict of bnwika, aiiiasi t:, i.'il'
11. Ijimb. of Lincoln j,( the (i,uii!r
in sai-l ij-tr:ct. (mIjuUmI a r.anijpi,''.
t!t:ou: that t!i pavincnt of anv L"
ftvery of nny property be!itin-: ,'
tfrbtor, to him, or lor tiis ut.-. n. 1t,r : '
pro)rty by him. arl'or'j
mf tins vf thecrt-u.torsof a..t b i-ncr..'5
an'l to cho on, ;'
Sitt, WiU 1)0 fiHUl
mi f thfCourtlloi. . '
Nurnews of cls estait
m-jR-j' tobe iio'.do:
tidy, at W o :l(x.k, a.nu '
Notice is herrby gi vf-n t ur
m!n:.-r.rinr of t;.e ef.t.ite of J ijn n
ceMsed. will sell ut puljMc ven-l ip lr " 1
of the Court lh).e, in i;ri)viiv,;' "
Nehntsta. tlif foilowin--1 5cr;!,,r.'.,
tel In fiitl cotmti-. Ti-wit : Iah m.. -'iZ'tL
n! Y.'.ght - hi, in Hioclc nnmnwTwtT
Mif ile Jimwnvillp. :!:(lsn;e to rr-
Jatli day of February. i.!i, t "oi j"'j';v
rumuoieuforouelour. mi-l nn:il Z '
ay- lliSJ.l'. tLshj i
Thomas A lino d v, Att'y-. 'Un ''''
t.'nar;Tian S.ile of Iteal r.-.
Ia pursuance of an Ordt r of tli Lut- Ac
theCouatyof N'emnbit ami ti-e StatrfvJ f'l-o
xeciitel ntbe V.in day of Jmvxr. lii-r t
oner iorrn.ei p'iOilcnnct
u.iiuu KJion-a on t.;t-duv ni .t;iu-. a 1-.
" VyiLI.i.VV H"T: tu:u
TV Forrest Porter. Attrrn..y lor s iti 4 ''"'.!
J !mvfli uLUmnil t jHniairr.t.
Ann Kliza Coll.iu vs. i'.- hprt (.' .H-Tt
In the Distric!
a. il. is-c. ' i.o-i-
U-r? t oJlin. Ox-.inLiiif. mn-Tt p"'i
Klizn. oluns, 4!t. mi tl. .Mv .
l-a.!. file tier ftit.on tn tbe e:l,-enf::iHil,.T,
Coirt in vat furuiU y.nr.i.:m C(,ui:t hm- I)r
.'-ra.'.ka, iliar'in Mia ..V.eti.!iit il. Oh'
with ;t. -.iu, -xr.- e rru-!:v ty.vml 7 'i
to pro id( iiitMl.!e miiintMhcti-rc f,,r r1"' i
tou erfjssiy, wtwitoiily. un.l mii'llr U;i ur ,
'-dt.jdoM,; n.l K.U.-.hZ tililt .sl.e'aiUT bit-!T'V'-
irn the Mid H'-h'Tt .i.li;n. " ' p
You. Hubert ColiiiiM !h u?)-.-re-iiilri rr, jbtr
si.id p-i.ti(.n on or- N.f..T. tt.n it tl.iy ut )Ui
D. 1.34', orti.0 :winie w.il be inkw ( iw. t'c
, v , .. ... AX lXIii.0l.r-
w. i.r iioius, . th14
J;inur- l rr ?i . 1nO.
Notice of a u:ir.Iian'.-i .ale oKenl Ijtii'.-
In pnrsuan- of an orcl.-r of V T'.lvr c,s, r
the comity ofXcrou on. nnd -'!.! Oi Y-A-a-i iC
tl at I hf St-pt.'iiiiipr I.T!ii of mi i'..at-v- u? 1
A. 1). !. ni cf.mirniel t the n!'.'.-r!Ml m
the Mimeheid in Ieceniher A. It (--. i ... t
hi1 Ht pnNie nncti-n or v-i i
oif.v oi r riiruary. A. l.
f-i'hool llofE-.-. fieiir th.
-''. at 1 Ciix-k. ft t , :
pr-rri--s. in .,.d .... ..
omit v. the toil
in the county of Wi, -vh.ian.I .-ntte of :Vu.- 1
wit: Tlie sootn balfoftlie it-ri!i-w.t vi-r-Hon
Z Township !'i,nr, r:i.-i-(! ", psf. j..-. -ver ;
down, the hn,;nn-ein on?, iv-o fir.ri ttirv r nut ;
ten per -ent interest. f. H. IX M r. nnn
(Juarrfiun of Ceor-vS. Kbij.s ali:is Ut-f.ri-M
E.itray fair. '
Taken nt bv the unIers!L'nHl. r'! n'i j
west of Jlrownvilie, 'eo., on the t"t il.,rai4 '
nrv. lst, -one white tf-r ci-if: w ill tj tye r- trjeu
next Hi ring; ears tiarked lv u-iu - irn!l;t
)ree.in. l,i-.,t JAM i M W. ( f.I.t.X. .mtnI :
Ntray Notice. wfj
Ta'en up by the uniers;;'i-!, siv'r.2 tiiav.
halt miles soi.ih-wc-t or Amiiu uI. ia .(Hur
county ebni.sk a, on the -. .i.,-.- of J-.r-r.rr v. ,
to be three years old xi r i.. r..f.
.n"- j iioi.-.- ijomv. ourn mn'ie ami f:i::."""- ....
. i-rty ;
Taken op by the uailerxi-ned, Iirins .-' Or
miles south of l.Ie-i ll-:k.n the i I of J. mil Nat:
h.ack pony, a!xttt ti v years old. wiU; pwoeJi-Met
a ht.tle white-on ia.ii.ie of riUt liiad lOoL, sfl int!
ronnd, no marSs or bran-Ls. t,,?
i"-"t cir.rx T?. REi!;! .:l
- , .f J.
the u.i Ti-r -!,
Taken' up hy
south ol Peru, on H m.-v ...i r;.fi:i
cemher, ts;, one Bim-K "Yiiirl'ni lleilVr. cr?r,,ft
left ear and umk-rbit iu the r -i t
it-'-t n. oL-vw tf
Stray "Nat Ice. "
Taken upon my farm, in rrn pre-trif Dk JMt
lsiiM. tinee miles uor'h-woit of Peru one tir frMi
rel Imil. with some white on tei'y bruu.W UMn -V
and cross on left hip, left cr-i ,: ' :,y br ace I
1--'t " JUHx 'ci.KMi: er
I t)W rr a -te, , . i J. ...
T"ts, pr.lnts nf hfir:wls,m.
iy in rttht. -Snniion-t Co
i--'t ii. :aafjM..111';'
viup on ic'x ear. c)i
or nine ycu oiO.
Smpiro Simttlo llacilCz
Patc-nte-il Feb. 1 , lw, i HejX. i. ;
IlKCEIVED THE l-lllsj VV.17.Z " '
Great Faircf the American Instil
. In New York, Oct. 2' 5, MoT. tx
And lli-hest Prerainm for
Manufacturing PJacH 5.1
- ; . i r"
At Parh flxposition. Julv, m
No. 1 Family Machine.
This machine Ii
mechanism, poM.se-wia- many ran- and :
provements. tavmi,' ijeu erartur-e.! rr h "
proionnd e.netLs nn.i 1. tu 1--tiiiiP--
and perf-Ttion oinNi-ied- T
Hie. lo.Uiwiinr n-u thp i.r!i !i,al ob'c-CtiaS EJ Vr!
1. K.x'-eKlv.fatimitotl:ooeritor. Mr.
- I.iaoihty to jfet out or orfer. '.Ii-:
'. f-1!""'-- tr.-H.-ih-. nn.i lo-w of tinic in "T1'
J- Ineoei:y to w everv dns-riit:o ofiuW
a. Li.-;isreTa(iifr nuLe he m uorai;on. '
The Empire ScteinaMaehinc U Excvr-
. ip . t ' . r'""
jutn tut irtcse jojcciioiis. tr
It h;is a strAiL-ht Tpi'-p I'l.rr.i.n.lliciiri''1:"
muke the.frfir or .-.;; - , ,i ii. r. . a wi.l "
rip nor ruv-l. nn- Ls n .Ue rn hrh M-te-: X'' '
witiicotj.n. i;nm (r tun, urom '
to thti ti Il.-i-S ni;mhcT.
It Hfins, Iiin.fs, II raids Tuc j
Qiult, Plaiti and Gathers
Ai Eiiaily ewir.s JT.u hiae It' h;w no ",r i" '.
Special atteu!:ori ts caUed to our new impio J
n,ey have thortmvhJy tested oa "-'erT " Ir'u "
cnption of Cloth io i-i!ii..r- Woric, ruua v
Steam Power at the raU; of
: . 1'K) Stitches-per Minute.
P-odii( iiit.'uiorithaii J.uijle the work of L "
er Sinuue Mai:!i; uow iu u.-; tlieiich -O"
uniform it'id be;!utt.'ul ; tto-v on- sinipie in '"pl't' I'
tion, e.Lsily nri'l"!rstoMt. :s.l not L- ible toson
of order, run l:;bt ana are rj.nji.arat'veiy i"1' ?
For Tailoring or Leather Work we claim ti'1 " (-
are not or.lye ; i.U. buf murt -!-vr!or iDii'!" ,
macuiiw ilmt i.as ever bom c.if-ii Uj '.lie l.tjC-f
Empire SeTrinUciiina Co., Kj'
" VF.LLS & r.ICITAnLSON. " Tj
-- '-St JoseM
General Apents X. V. States and Territon- l
. : . 7. rr"!- rn r-lr. Azt-lit. I '
v 12-31-L-iai " :' ' i!ro',v'i-f'
Wholtsnle Valor iu
JIttrncsx, Sklrtl.ry and iulLU'-'"'
SADDLERS LEATHER & HARDYA t
1 1 ,
'-Ak..-iUs f--r TV---"-' C;r--!'-r SaVS '
ilAI'.Vi:, '3 bAt'-J-
AO. fi, SoaUi TLurii, bet. ll:s
trie Jstrtay ot January, i;;,, Ht , ,1; - ' '
door or t!te Conrt Iimi ir. xaA , . "n
the foliowinK Ue-criiHl rl mtu ", ''.' .,' lean
County of jSemiiain the State of NNrl
L No. U in-rtioclc No. !i.; in tr.Pv: , Ct
with the 8r!iirU-nao-ii t;rvtn . : . nf
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