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. IT. cqLITArr, T, O EACtlt.
JHf CQLHAPP & CO., -.4
timers and rrorrietora.
s ir2,oo per AN-rcM. . .
! ?Tc7lirrOB' Flock, m Stalra.
, or le first 5erUoi,-
! nr Lues or less..
.. . -. I
lj,US J )
v -X month,.?-! ;
three Biun.ii fi
.... . ."hi hi
- x rnonw, n; three mourns i im
if rmr... ..... Iw
vm'intln.i'O; tl.ree month Si )
mtt lor a lets time than t;ree
a us transient ; arid luust be paid n
nd Drpnrtnrr f ibc Malta.
I-tero arrives at 12 (trans at
I jwteru arrive at 4 p. m.; tfeparts
m at a. m.; ?.parts at a. m.
Ht 1- m.: depart" at 2 p. m.
r'vw Mondavi,, Wednewtsiya and
de.uirlb Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Fridays at 4 p. depart
m., to 7'.' p. m. Huu
. 1). tAI.Sl,r. iJ.
C IU It. 11 Time Table.
ACCOM MOlMITf OX.
. -fl" a. m-
ie . .1.T p. m-
i lllufls ; ;.Jtjji.w
. hirt a. m.
i" , , , ..iii;i p. n-
luRt. :.. Ap.va.
t IU MOITIOJ.
: iifn....M....... .
.11:1! a. ra.
uU!4 p. m.
. r, (Tn
..11-n a. m.
,rc p. nt
ttuu p. m.
'k' f imnihao leav nrowuvlllc for
i. anil au, daily.
TEU A liltOW.V,
law and Land Apmti,
;iouKe, with ohate Jndge.
ltd Couiinrlori at Law,
,i riifrson'! JUfK-k, ip titairs.
S A P.KOADY.
. Sollrttora In Chancery,
Distru't Oiurt llfKjia.
s. m. men
Amr and Laud Agent.
Jlouse, lirst door, wtaide.
. n. McLENNAN.
nd H'oanarlor at Law,
-ua City, Nelirajika.
ud ConnxUr at Law,
i ti. Johnson C-o., Neb.
; r. V AT I- A YF,
4 :itr. Pawnee t)n., Nrt.
C. K. fJKKiUS.
:.aw v ICnU i:late Agtat,
vno County, Njbiahka.
Tl. V. 111'niIF.S,
pcnt and Jnit ice of Peace,
ri Hi him, first diKir, vest tide,
.AliUCT A LinT.
Land arrant Brokera.
o. Jl Main Slr'et.
jktii!7 Tares or .Xvn-rexidmt.
mnn wren to tiuikiurf JjicatiimM.
rrd aid unimproved, or sals on
VM. II. HOOVER,
ie and Tax Paying Agent.
c in iitr-i C'.ui t lioom.
imijit atlruttini ti the sale of peal
frumrnt o 2'urcs throughout the
for the C ity of Brownrllle,
I to the Jt.inient of 3 arts or Aon
uid ( timers in Seinaha County,
0EK II. SVPFXIIAM.
PI BLIC LASI) AGENT,
Fort h'evirnry, Xebruska.
e lands forinleiidinpaettlera, and
iiioriiial ion rfjuirl concerning
1 voutli- Western Nehraska. 12-15
II. C. TIIFKMAX.
xiCIAN AMIS! UtJFlN,
1 Main Niwi. line tliior vil of Deo
j. Ollicv lioun l'ruui 7 U 11 a. in. and
H. I-. MATHEWS.
ICIAN AM Sl'UGEON.
No. 21 Main sm-et.
S. HULI-ADAY. M. DM
, Surgeon and )bet rlclan,
floliaiiay A C's lime Siore.
oi s.")l ;' Loeatt il in Jirotttiville in
tariff rvim )tieje srt of Amputating,
nd Oiixtrtncat JiuurumeiUs.
il alteatum ifirrn to Obstetrics and
f Women ami C'hitiiren.
V. STEWART, M. P..
CI AX AND SI RGKOX,
-e .No. xl Main Slivet.
w to V A. M., ntid 1 to 2 and 6 to
T. KIMUERI.IX. M.D.
ubka Eye aud Eur Jnlirmary,
uce jjraciiixj at BrowuviUe,
V'.L T. HEX,
.lesaJe and llfi-dil Jteitler in
ere lianaflae, and Comndiilon
No. 26 Main Sliwt,
ers, J'um's, SUves, Furniture, c
tnti. Jltgltrut market priee patdor
. Furs aiat (vntr,u J'ntduce.
i, M. HENDERSON,
ler in Forcrm mirf trnnexie
OODS AND GROCERIES,
No. 53 Main KtreeL
J. L. Men EE A CO. -
in General Merchandise,
Mcrtierson's Rloc,Main SU
HORLADAY A CO..
Jrmtle and Jit'tait Dealers fn
lediciuea. Paiutk, Oils,
No. 41 Maiu (Sirtx-t,
KTIfKEUY A NICK ELL,
ntne find Jirtml Jtenlrrs in
K)lu, Wallpaper Stationery
No. 3 Maiu Street.
iOOTS AND SHOES.
CHAKl.ns 1 1 ELMER,
T AND MlOK MA1-ER,
No. 64 Main Strect,
Tid a superior stork of IlooLi and
.'cr Work done with neatness and
T AND HlOE MAKER,
No. SK Main Street.
ind a ffd a-xnortm at of OenCt,
' and ( hildrtn's Jlirjis liiol blux.
k don Willi a:alues and duiHitvh.
ne on sliurt Kotice.
rr 4i, DraJrra In Ttuware-
.Jain St Mcl'iierson'a Rlock.
nttrtire, tiirjteiUer s 7oo lilack
.ihinis, d:e., coHittuUy oa hajuL.
JOHN C. DEl'SER.
i Main SinvL.
UIN W. MIDDLFTON,
s, BRIDLES, COLLARS, Etc.
No. G4 MaiuStrm.
. 1 Lculws Qf evert decrijit 'on, and
; jiT, k'j on liaiuL. CUj paui or
J. TL BATTER,
tunf'vtirer 1 v7 fer in
KIDLK. OLLARS, Etc,
No. I1 Mai" S!lyt.
.QuetaxtrdiT. tjtijjittGh puaraniced.
II ALL AND LINC1I ROOM,
No. Hi Main .street.
RFRGER ft ROP.FRTS, -AMBltA
. Wuiee tid I.itj'i'irs cHiiiiy on hand.
No. 4 WLliliey'B liiocfc. -l-t
JO.SLTII HI'DDARD A CO.,
No. 47 Main street,
best Wines and Liquors kept on hand.
J. V. D. PATCH,
Mannfaeturer anl liiler in
rkj, Waicltea, Jewelry, eten ct.
No. 3a Main street.
it and tiJx er-riatt'd U'trrc, and all rarie
f Spectacles constantly on Juind, Jiejxiiring
in the tt'Ueft HyU, ut short tuAiCC, LiMTgca
rate. Work unrranicd.
r2; 'Ij ix i ! I
lotions. lUmrdins by the
dav or wk. The travt-Ung public are invi
ti Uieivo him a ciilL
rrtnaa x- tiT!ATsllN. 1-YnrtrirforB.-
r... t jivoii mrxt ln'iwn n Main and Atlantic,
Jloutr tx conretiijrnt to the Stmrn Jl'rU
Ixindinq, and 1fbvinryar1 oft"- Ci)J. 1 he
bent accomm'AlaiinnM in the CUy. o painsynU
i.. .....1 ..L ,t.n enipxtx crtuifrrtihle. Oooa
Stable and OyrrtiU etmrnuent to the JJovsc.
A cent 1"T K. k St.-ipe Co.
L. D. lLOLlso.V, . lToprlHor.
il- , li iiuwn Min and w atcr.
pood Feed and Livery bXuUe in connection
with the Jhmse.
CO KTXCTI 0 NEIUXS.
gixjiigt: yat nky.
0akry and Cwui'f ctlonerj-,
OfTV-n. to the public nt rlucU rnte a choice
;t.K-k of tinKt-ries, 1'rovihions, Confectioner
ies, fte , etc.
Wil l TIDSSKIL.
Confectioner j- Md Ty Store.
"o. 4 O Main Street.
fireh Tlreail, O.fert, I ra.t, etc., on nana
J. T DEUsr.Tl,
Dealer tn Confer! lonertea, Toya, etc.
-o. 4V4V Main Ktrwt.
E. E. Er.HTOHT,
Knurr Public aud Conveyancer,
And apent Jar lue liu'-abli' una American
Tontine Liie lnsuraiicc nnnpmucb. jii
FAIIim'OTIIEn A TIACKEU,
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
i iT.fP in Cnuiilv Clerk's Of! ice.
-ati.w.thfR. JAM KS M. HACKEE,
Sioiary l-ubiic. County Cierb.
rri-n r: STATIT A T.TtO.. "
DEALERS IX GRAIN, PROUICE,
The highest market price id for auy thins
tt.o Kaniwr ran raise. e win huj uwi :n
everything kitown Ui the market.
Storage, Forwarding and Commiltiou
r7T- in o i-iMYx Grain, for which
then iff e llttiltest Market J'rice in 0A.
MRS. F. A. TISDFX,
MILLIXEIl AND DRESS MAKER,
rSbop on First KL, bet. Main and Atlantic,
(over F-A.TiKdel's Agricultural Store.)
TTa imtajit!v on baud a fuil assortment of all
kind mid vanetie oi epnyrs teaitwr
jsuarUmid, (wam Jown. ltdis
Molmir .Xila and
Curls. ll:initnirfr ininmiiics,
C'nih.h inadf'lii Hie litiest M.vle.
1 tie puluif areinviied Unatll.
etc Ureases iuu
MIs MARY A. SIMPSON.
MILLINER AND DRESS MAKER,
Firt Street, bet. Main and Water.
W'Mie to iniorin tlie ldies oi JirownrUle and
ricinitv. tuat tilie haH a lirst class Millinery Shop,
wbere V ork w ill be done with (rreat care and neat
!ies and alter Hie latest eastern styles. Uleatlnng
duue' iu tiie very latest Myles. and ou short mitice.
latest ntvlew ot Lad.es' and Children' Hats and li n
lietHCinstautiv ou lmnd. Also Jii-st jiatiern'! oi J
dies' lresa OcmmIs, Clocks, aud Cluidi-en s CloUiiug
cut on snort notice.
J. L. ROY,
BARBER AND II AIR DRESSER.
No. 55 Main Ktrwt,
fin a sjtlendirl suit of Jinth Rooms. Also a
ehuice stork of Geidieiwin's Sot ions.
McNEAL & DORSET,
BARBERS AND HAIR DRESSERS,
No. 2 Main Street,
Are prepared to do all kinds of liainiressinp for
Gents ami Xd;cs. As Barbers Uiev are .No. L. Also
old clotlies renovated on rt-asinaOie terms; boots
biat keci ai aii hours ; and miJuhi; and ironing done
.hori mi! ie. l-Vi'J-y
TT AT'ROIJiT ZECir.
Am. 5S)-j J(J!'n JSlreet,
Flave on hand a splendid stock of Gools,
cud will make them up in the latest styles,
on short notice and reasonable terms.
.T. II. REASON,
Black-mi thing and Ilorae Shoeing,
11oj No. Main Street,
Will do JUuci.xiitHhiufr of all kini. Makes
Horse Shoeing, Inmatij of Wagons u:id tslei-g.'ia,
and Machine' Work a fjecialily.
j. v. a J. c. Gmsox,
Shop on Firisl, bclwet-n Main and Atlantic.
All work done to orucr, and tut UJ act ion guar
ranterd. JOHN FI.ORA.
Shop on 'Water wt.. South of American Honse,
Custom Work of all kinds solicited.
"IVepou Maker and Repairer.
Siou-j- West of Court ll.iuse.
Wato, Jiupiti, J'.ov , Cultivators, Ac, re
tiaired on short vt!ir, at low rates, and war
ranted to give tutisjaet on.
BOUNTY CEAIH AGENTS.
ED. 1 SMITIL
r. S. WAR CLAIM AGENT,
WaxhiHftt-m Ct.u, 1. C.
Will attend to the proset-ution of claims be
fore the Iepartment in jorson. for Additional
Rouutv, Rack Toy and Tensions, and all
claims accruing ajtumst the Government mi
ring tlie hite war. -u-u
SMTTII. P. TTTTI.K,
r. S. ASSISTANT ASSESSOR.
Olnce in District Curt Room.
Xotary J'liblic ami Catted States War Claim
A rrent. Will attend t Vie prosecution of chiirns
beiorethe lcpurtmtil, or Additional Jlonnty,
Ji'iwk 1MU and l'ciutiu.. Also the collection oj'
Senti-Annual Dues on J'ensions.
MRS. ,T. M. GRAHAM,
TEACHER OP M V S I C .
Rooms, Main, bet itli A 5th Sis.
Lettovs given on the Piano Organ, Melodeon
Guitar and i'occlization Having And rtpAf years
experience tracker of Music tn J e w I orli it
loifidem aj jjiriru: sati'Jaciion. '
G. P. liERKLEY,
House, Carriage and Sljn Painter.
No. 66 ilain St up siairs.
Graining, Uiiddhir,(i!aziHjaiid J'after Ilmq-
11; aone on tlxort notice, javorame lemis,ana
A. D. MARSH,
Bookseller and News Dealer.
Cdu Jlixil: More,
No. 50 Maiu Stml, I'ostollice Ruildin;
No. 4T Main street, upstairs.
Persons wishinrj Pictures executed in tlie latest
style of tlie Art, will call at thv A rt Gallery.
A. V. MORGAN,
Prokatr Judgre and Justice of the Peace
Office iu Court House liuildiiu:.
J. K. REAR.
Agent for the 31. I". Express Co.,
W. V. Teleprapn C'.
No. 73 Mcl'neis;jii s Rick.
C, W. W HEELER,
S.Ve utrMit for R. W. Smith's Patent Truss
Rrkiffc The strongest and best wooden
bridge now in use.
KEISWETTER ft EIRSMAN,
BrowBTllU City Meat Market.
No. 0 Main Street,
Will pat the h iphesl market price or good Bee
Ciittlc, Cuives, Sierp and Jlogs.,
RLIss ft HITiHrs.
WiU attend to Ute sale of Ileal and J'ersonal
I'roprrty in Vie Xemaha Land District. 2ei tn
ALL ABOAKD I
Th9 BroTmville Tr;
Tudf r tie cia.naeiiieiit ot
Is bow KuDoing Repalar Otuiiibssse. !rom
Drown ville to tlie Railroad Terminus
of the Council Bluffs and St. Jo?tk Kallroad,
At ITorth C tar, I.IoM
Two Mile from Browuville aad North iiirFeriy
Good OmnibxiJiBes. Close Coxu-ectonf
50-tf Cliar;oi IIederc.to.
rv, i n A' ii ,w-v , -
r y i BROWNLLE, .NEBRASKA,
CHARLKS G. BOSEY.
CBOKGX W. I-05KT,
Att'y at Law.
C. O. & G. V7. EORSEY,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
D calcrs in Land Warrants.
r:nv and Sell Real Estate and
Select 2c Locate Government Lands
ATTEND TO CONTESTED CASES IN TIIE
U. & LAND OFFICE, AND
Alarire nuantitv of First Class Lands for
sale in Nemaha, Richardson, Pawnee, John
aon And Giuro Coantles. Nebra&ka, to which
the attenUon of purchasers ia special! invi
iruft-tf ' '
J. II. SHOOK & BROS.,
Manufacturer and Dealers in Native Lumber
of all kinds, lengths, breadths and UUcltness,
II I SDALE,
NE1IAILA. COUirrY, KEEK ft SKA.
Thev own and run one of the best Saw Mills
in the State, and will lurnisn "
MECHANICS AXD CUILDESS
with a liill of Lumber of nest Quality, oa
short notice, at the Lowest ilartet rriee.
Lath, and Pickets
Alwaj's on Land for sale.
Thev also sell cheap at their store in Hills
dale all stanle lirv Goods and Groceries, and
such article as lire in general use.
Remember tur business, xne men, ana me
JOHN L. CARSON,
EBO WX VILLE:..- XEBRASKA
Exchange Bought and Sold on all the prin
cipal cities. Also dealer In Gold anafouver
Coin, Gold Dust and
Deposits received, payable at sight. Inter
est paid on time deposits by Rpeco agree
ment. Taxes paid for non-residenis.
All kinds ot L. a. lionds waniea.
COXFECTIOIVERY 1 1
Ko. 31 Cor. Main 4. 1st SU. (opposite City DrinjStors.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Proprietor.
Pies, Cakes, Fresli Iiread,
Confectionery, Llnt ana
Con stan tlv " on Hand 1 !
Fresh Bread Delivered Daily! !
First Class Family Hoar "W arrantod.
WJI. H. VALLEAU,
and Yholesale and Retail Dealer in
Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of all kinds el
Ilaiive and Foreign "Wines
ALSO, a full stock of
All of which be offers to the trade at rates low
enough to suit ail. , 3,o Hum: wisbtug Liquors and
Fie extends a special invitation to call and see him.
knowing that he lias all they want of the best goods
iu the West aud can
Guarranty Entire Satisfaction ! ! !
A SAMPLE BOOM IN THE REAR, WITH A
Supplied with the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors
Ji'FE EE LUNCH AT ALL HOURi.-
Corner TiTain and 3d Streets,
Ilrs. II. E. Barsis,
Fancy Goods and Notions,
Which she will sell at reasonable prices.
She is ci instantly in receipt ot New and Ele
gant Patterns lor
Dress and Cloak Making,
to wliich Jie pays psu tlculaj attention.
Flntins. Stamp in 5, Stitclrns,Enid-
Inz done to order.
WHEELER 8l WILSON
FIKST rRE-illOI 1
at all the principle Fairs in the World.
cry Machine warranted for three years.
OFFICE AT THE BAZAR.
No. 59 llain Street, Dro t iville.
A ; : . joEHJvrn siiTjTZ- , - - -
Has Just opened and will constantly
YS keep on hand a large and well sorVxl
!.. stock of geuuine articles in his line,
Repairing of Clocks, Watches, and Jew
elry tione on short notice.
ALL, WOUK F-4iVEEX
Ic'etr and roslilonable s tock. o
(SO BliOtJVY), Is now offered to the Public at
J. S. HETZEL'S
CX.OTIIING . STORE,
- ; o- TO Hain Street,'
who is a
to the interest of the public; and having par
chased my CLOTHING, (made nndermy own
supervision) exclusively for cash. I can Mil as
low, If not lower, than any
in the Town or County. I beg to call your
attention to my
( selected stock of
O O O T S,. SHOES,
lent's Furnishing Goods,
as can be
.". . :tk the-west. ; .-
Here is a chance for the best bargains, as I
have no dead stock on hand, all being entirely
new. in puDiic are invitee to call and ex
amine for themselTse,
where everj'-hing in the Clothing line can be
THUIISPAY, FEBRUAEY 25, 1SG9.
of the condition of the
HOME INS TR AN C E COMPANT,
of New Tork. on the Crn dav of Jannarr, a.h. licS,
made to the Auditor of state "of Nebraska, pursuant
to the btatute of that bLale,
NA3IE AND LOCATION.
The name of this Ccmpanv is the Honrs Ijrsc
bance Company, incorporated in Ls-"a, aud located
in the City of Is'ew York.
The Capital of said Company, actually
The Surplus oa the 1st day of January.
. loW . I J
"Total amount of Capital and Surplus.
Amount Cash in Continental National
Bank, N. Y
Amount Cash in hands of A if en u, and
in course of tranmiviou
p-MU u in is..
Amount l.s. lieeistered and
Coupon Stock 11, mar
ket value 197,630 00
Amount T imed States Bonds
market value 14507433 SO
Missouri State Bonds, 6 per
cent market value..
North C&riilonn Bonds ,,
Tennessee Bonds., -.
:m o oo
Oonne3ticut state Bond
New York City and (Jo. Bond
Queens County Bonds
Richmond County Bonds
Brooklyn City Water Bond..
Bank Stocks, market value
Loans oa Bond and Marlrasrex, being
the first Jieu of record on L'nincum
. bered Iteul Estate, worth ai least
i.9.l. rfce of interest s 7 rir.rt-
Losns on Stocks and Bonds, payable on
demand, the market value of secu
rities pledged, at least .V,ljtt! Ua
steamer Magnet and Wrecking appara
Other Pmiierty, Miscellaneous Items
Due for Premiums on policies issued at
Uttice i r ire and Irihuidi
Bill Receivahie for Preiuiums on Inland
-Navigation Kisks. fcc
Interest due of 1st Jonuarv. 13
Government Stamps on haud ,
Amount of Losses adjusted, due and un-
uaiu . .. .
Losses incurred, and in procew of ad
Dividends declared and due and unpaid
Wvidends either of cash or scrip, de
clared but not vet due
Amount of all other eiisliiic claims
-. against the Company
Total amount of Losses. Claims and
Liabilities fl.)C7 48
.Toe Greatest amount insured on any risk is s75.uuu.
Dm win not as a general ruie exceea lu.uuu.
'I be company Imts no ecneral rule as to the amount
allowed to be insured in any city, town, village or
Diock, ocins governed in this matter, la each case.
by the general character of buildings, width of
streets, iHoiiities for putting out tires. Ac.
A certified copy of the Cnarter or Act of Incorpo
ration, as amended, accompanied a previous ttiate-
Statk of New Yokk.
tuy and County o Arw
1 or, )
Charles J. Martin. President, and John TL "Wash
burn. Secretary of the Home Insurance Company.
being sevendly and duly sworn, depose and say, and
each himself says, that the foregoing is a true, full
and correct statement of the affairs of said Corpo
ration, anu tnat liiey are toe above a escribed om
Chaki.ks J. ILARTrv, President,
J. H. Wash Bras. Secretary.
Bubscrfbed and sworn before me, this sixteenth day
oi January, a. d. l.
Thomas F. Ooodhich. Notary Public.
JNO. L. CARSON, Agent,
3 of the condition of the
Hartford Fire Insurance Company,
On the 31st dav of December. Made to the
Auditor of the Htate of Nebraska, in couformity
withtlte laws of said State.
The name of this Companv Is The Hartford Flrr
insurance Lomjxiny, anu is lucaieuai uaruuru, mu.
The amount of Capital Stock is ,.?1.000.ooo 00
The amouut of Capital tstock paid up ia l.uuo.ouo 00
Cash ou hand and in bank ?1.C01 79
Cash in hands of Agents, and
in course of transmission.. 1-1, OS; 33
Bills receivahie tor Loans,
Bonds and AlorUnures. ( l.st
lien.) .i-. .Vtf.ew 79 , 2.247308 72
Real Kstate unencumoered 12-.0UO 0U
Rents and interest accrued.
payable January 1st, latil 11,142 SJ
Stocks and Bonds, as jer
schedule hied with Aud. t-
orol'Staie . .1.S0-.C82 82 J
Liftbil i ties to Banks, or others,
due or not due I. .....
Loeses adjusted and dje.., ....
Tkosses either imudiustel or
adjusted and not due 120.830 89 V 120,912 89
Losses in suspense, awaiting
All other claims against the
Co.. dividends unpaid 32 00
The greatest a moot insured in any one risk is 80,-
000 except tn special cases.
The amount insured iu any one City. Town or Yil
Lap depends r.ixin its size, and how builL
The amount iiisurea in auy one bioi-k, uepenas as
trtified Copy of the Charter or the company, as
filed here colore-
George 1 ciiask. rresiaem.
Gkorue vL Coit, Secretary.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT.)
Hartford Corsrv. i
Tammr-:ih is.;!) nersonallv anrieared George I.
nmw Vresicient. and Georire AI. Coit, ecretary. of
the Hartford Fire Insurance Company, and made
oath that the foregoing statement by them sub
scribed Ls a true, full and correct statement of the
affairs of said Com nan r. aud exhibit so tarascan
be ascertained at this date, its actual condition on
the :tist day of December, I sua.
Before me, GtOHGi- i Miit,
C JOHN L. CARSON. Affeut,
lS-4t Browuville, xseurasta.
Hardware, Stovcn, Tinware,
Hardware, Stoves, Tinwarv,
Hardware, Stoves, 2'inware,
50 000 MH Fcncc Trre
50003 Miles fence Wire,
50 000 Miles Fence Wire
PitUburg Iron aud Sctils,
Pittsburg Iron and Nails,
Pittsburg Iron and Nails,
- Mechanic's Tools,
' Mechanic's Tools,
Charier Oak Slovcs,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Besides a.full assortment of everything kept
in a nrsi class
AODUARE 1E1D STOVE
Which will be nold as low as tlte lowed
To all who favor vs with a call.
FOR A PEN EQUAL TO
GOODSPEED'S GOLDEX FOUNTAIN,
IX FLEXIBILITY, D UR ABILITY,
Nonccrrosiveness and Economy ! !
IT "WRITES 10 LINES AT ONE Dir.
AH who them will use no other. They are
equally well adapted to the want of all writers, and
never fail to give perfect satistactkui. 10 per day
jruarranteed to aarents to sell these pet" and other
ugetul articles we iurnii. -.umpie impa-i j ih-s
by mail, single samples. 10 cents. Circulars tree.
Address K. I. YOUNG jfc CO.,
13-3m 119 Chambers t., Boston, ilam.
THE BZ3T FAIHI
IN NEMAHA COCNTY,
EIGIIT ItllLES FROM EROtVNVILLE
.es from siiERiOANjJ
XIXQ 1GO ACIiES! (
All under cultivation. A living pledge Fence all
around it- Cross hedges, throwing it m acre lots,
wlih living stock water on each 4o. Hedge two
vears old this spring. A gfd Dwelling Honse, con
taining (seven rooms : a e& celler, wed walled with
stone; good stone smoke-house: good barn and
stabling for eielit horses; corn criim, etc Also a
good tenant-house on the place, and a good school
bouse ob the south-west U
I will sell the above farm on reasonable terms.
For particular enquire of James .cS"aushton of
Brow nvUie, or
ii-7w IV. DILLON, on the Premises.
"A COLLAR. IN HIS POUCH."
BT tIIE3 O'KXLI-EY.
Tis pleasant when our friends are rich.
To meet them day by day.
Or Rood or ill, no matter which.
Provided they can pay;
Dut is there one yon answer not
Who would or could avouch
Esteem for one who hadn't got
A dollar in his pouch?
Tis pleas-mt with onr friends to dine
To see t.nem well arrayed.
To bumper them in cosily wine -For
which themselves have paid;
To smoke with them, to drive about,
Share cup, caress, and couch
But conl J we know a mfui without
A dolh-r In Lis pouch f
Th bride will love the pleading swain
"Who holds at his command
A handsome house, a sroodly train
Of oqatpnire and land;
But should his fortune, ceoae to smile,
Even love away will slouch
"Why can't the creature show a pile
Of dollars in his pouch ?
On sea. orj shore, they seera to say
He is rich, and cant be dull;
The gold within hi port-mon nai,
. . Theythlnk, can 11 his skull.
Let mammon reitjn, let seniua rot.
Let wit, love, valor crouch
Poor devil. If hehasnt got
A dollar in his pouch.
If Christ asrain should visit earth-
A man of toil and care,
Ilowe'er divine, whate'er his worth.
How. think you. would he fare?
Hence with this vacrrant! thrust him oat!
Some swindler. I dare vouch
Think you God's son would come without
A dollar In his pouch?
Acts, Memorials and Joint Resolutions
pasted at the Fifth lesion of tlte
Legislature of the State of Nebraska.
An act to provide for the apoint
ment of Notaries Public and to define
An act to provide for holding terms
of the Supreme fjourt.
Joint Resolution and Memorial to
Gen. U. 8. Grant, President elect o;
the United States.
An act' for the relief of the State
An actrto exemdt from sale on execu'
tion, property used and kept to ex
An act to define the duties of the
Attorney of the State, and provide
for las payment.
An act to amend secticn9 sixty-two
and sixty-three of chapter one, of title
five of the Iteviseu .Statute entitled
"Manner of Commencing Civi
An act to amend section one or an
act entitled "an act to provdie for the
appointmet of Clerks of the district
Court, approved June 22, 1SG7.
An act incorporating subordinate
Lodges of Masons. Odd Fellows and
Memorial and Joint Resolution rela
tive to a treaty for the purchase of the
Otoe and Missouri Indian reservations.
An act to prohibit the sale of intoxi
cating liquors on days of election.
Memorial and Joint resolution to
Congress for the removal of the Paw
nee Indians fiom their present reserva
An act to amend section ten of chap
ter sixteen of part one of an act known
as "the Revised Statutes of N ebraska,'
approved February 12, 1SG6; subject,
"JJivorce and alimony."
An act to amend chapter fifty-three,
Revised Statutes entitled "Towns."
An act to amend section 50 of chap
ter No. 2o of the Revised Statutes enti
An act giving eilects to Judgements
An act to amend the Code of Civil
Procedure, (Section 6, Part 10.)
An act to amend section five, chap
ter nine ot the Revised Statutes enti
tled "County CommisionersandCoun
An act to amend section eleven
chapter one of the Revised Statutes
An act to provide for the publication
of the decisions of the supreme Court,
and for the payment of the Reporter.
An act to locate a State Road from
Loner's Rridere on the little Nemaha
River, in .Nemaha County, to Ian
coin, in Lancaster County.
An act to encourage the growth of
timber and fruit trees.
An act to amend section 571 of title
14 of the Code of Civil Procedure.
An act to amend section 14 of "an
act to locate, establish and endow
a State Normal School," approved
June 20, 1SCG.
L- .Memorial ana Joint Kesoiution pray
ing Congress for lands for Railroad
Joint liesoiutiou accepting acts oi
An act declaring tlie town of .Lin
coln the County Scat of Lancaster
An act to authorize non-residence
Railroad Companies tabuild Railroads
An act to provide the enumeration
of the population and the registration
of Births and Deaths in the State of
An act to amend section 531 of title
4 of the Code of Civil Procedure.
, An act to lease certain saline lands
to Anson C. Tichenor, Jesse F. Green
An act to amend section two chapter
4 of the revised statues of the State of
Nebraska, entitled precincts.
An act to amend section 20 chapter
four, of the criminal code.
Joint Resolution relative to swamp
An act to amend section one chap
ter one or the revised statutes oi .Ne
braska, entitled agriculture.
An act to expound the provisions of
the general Incorpotation act relating
An act to amend section 11, chapter
27 revised statutes entitled jails.
An act to pay Counsel assigned to
defend indgeut prisoners.
An act to dispose of the public lands
granted to the State of Nebraska for
works of public improvement.
An act to provide for the registration
of voters of the State.
Joint Resolution authorizeing the
electors to vote for or against a Consti-
utional Convention at the next gen
An act for the relief of persons who
have improvements upon State lots in
the town of Lincoln.
An act to amend section 4 of an act
entitled an act to define the boundaries
of the Juicial districts and to assign
Justices to the same.
An act to provide for the eale of
certain saline lands.
An act to amend section 8, chapter
5, of the revised statutes.
An act to restrain swine from run
ning at large in the State of Nebraska.
An act to provide for the sale of un
sold lots, and blocks in the town site
of Lincoin? and for' the location and
erection of a State University and Ar-
and State Luantic
An act to amend section 973 of chap
ter 7, of title GO of the Code of Civil
Procedure, concerning the selection of
Juries in the Justices Court.
An act to provide for the appoint
ment and payment of RailiCs for the
A v v i. v
An act to locate a Siate Road from
Nebraska City in Otoe county
Tecumseh in Johnson eounty.
An act to establish boundary Iirses
between the counties Dodge and Eurt.
An act to require the Treasure to
keep constantly on hand the identical
funds received by him R3 such Treas
urer, until the same shall be paid out
on warrents drawn on such Treasurers.
An act to amend section IS of chapter
8 and section 7 of chapter 13 of tlie re
vised Statutes of Nebraska relative to
An act making appropriation to aid
in the construction of the National
Lincoln Monument at or near Spring
field in the State of Illinois.
An act to provide for refunding to
the tax payers of Fall City precinct of
Richardson county, a special Bridge
tax heaertofore levied and collected
An act to locate a State road from
Hillsdale in Nemaha county to Paw
nee City in -Pawnee county. " -
An act to amend section 17 chapter
19 revised statutes.
An act to restrain stock from run
ning at large in the State of Nebraska.
A n act to create tlie office of adjutant
An act to provide a eystem of rev
enue. An act to amend section seven,
eighteen and fourteen of chapter for-ty-even
of the revised statutes enti
An act respecting church lots in
An act to amend section seventeen
of the revised statutes entitled elec
An act in reference to executors, ad
ministrators and probate judges.
An act to amend an act to provide
ror the registry of school lands ror the
control and disposition thereof, and
for the safe keeping of the funds de
rived from the sale and lease of said
An act to amend chapter 34, part 1
of an act known as the Revised Stat
utes, approved Feb. 12 1SGG, entitled
An act to provide for a State ceme
tery at Lincoln.
An act to give affect to the trans
cript of judgment in the several dis
An act to prevent the importation
of Texas or Cherokee cattle into the
State of Nebraska, within certain
An act to restrain stock from run
ning at large in Lancaster and Saline
An act to enable counties, cities and
precincts to borrow monevs on their
bonds or issue bonds to aid in the con
struction and completion of works o
An act to locate a State road from
Blair in Washington county, to "West
Point Cuming county.
Memorial to the Senate and House
of Representatives of the U. States.
An act for an act to increase the
school funds in Nebraska.
An act to dispose of gold aud silver
coin belonging to Nebraska.
An act fixing the jurisdiction of Pro
bate Judges in civil cases, and pro
viding for holding regular terms of
the Probrte court for the trial of such
An act to provide for the election
of an Attorney General for the State of
Nebraska, and to prescribe his duties
and fix his compensation.
AI ACT C'-
To protect the rights of Married Wo
men, and in relation to the liabilities
incident to the Marriage relations.
Be it enacted b the Legislature of
the State of JStbraska: toECTiox 1
The property, real or personal, which
any woman in this Mate may own
at the time of her marriage, and the
rents, issues, profits or proceeds there
of, and any real, personal or mixed
property, which fehall come to her by
descent, devise or bequest, or the gift
of any person except her husband,
hall remain her sole aud separate
property, notwithstanding her mar
nage, and shall not be subject to the
disposal of the husband nor be liable
for his debts.
Skc 2. Am married woman, while
married, may, bargain, sell and con
vey her moneys, chattels, personal
and real proierty, and enter into any
contract in reference to the same, with
any and all pesons whatsoever as if
she were sole.
Sec. 3. Any woman may, while
married, or where the cause of action
arose while married, sue and be
sued in all matters having relation to
her property, personal or real, in
the same manner as if she were sole.
when the action is brought, or when
the cause of action arose.
Sec. 4. Any woman may, while
married, make a will, but shall not be
queath away from her husband more
than one-half of her property, both
ersonaI and real, without his consent,
n writing, either before or after mar
Sec. 5. If any married woman die
without will, one-half of her separate
property shall become and remain the
absolute property of her husband ; the
other half shall descend to and be di
vided euuallv between the children of
such married woman.
Sec. G. Anr married woman dying
without will or issue, her whole prop
erty shall decend to her surviving hus
band during his lifetime, and after
wards to her next of kin in fee simple.
Sec. 7. Any married man dying
without a will, one-half ot his prop
erty, personal, real and mixed, shall
descend to and become the absolute
property of his surviving wife, the
other half shall be equally divided
among his children.
Sec. S. Any married man dicg
without a will or issue, his whole prop
erty shall descend to his surviving
wile during her lifetime and after
wards to his next of kin in fee simple.
Sec. 9. In case any married man
shall hereafter deprive his wife of over
one-half of his property" by will, it
shall be optional with such married
women, after the death of her hus
band, to accept the conditions of such
will, or one-half of his whole estate.
real, personal and mixed.
Sec. 10. Property of the wife be-
onging to the husband after her de
cease, and property or the husoand
tx?loii!ring to the wife after his decease,
according the provisions of this act,
shall be assigned and setover to either,
a3 dower is assigned and property set
over to the wife out of the husbands
estate, after his decease, according to
the law3 which now are, or hereafter
may be in force in this State.
Sec. 11. Any married woman may
carry on any trade or business, and
perform any labor or services, on her
real and separate account, and the ear
nings of any married woman, from
her trade, business, labor or services.
shall be her sole and separate property,
and may be used and invested by her
in her own name, and she may sue
and be sued as if sole, in regard to her
trade, business, labor, services and
earm:!, and her property, acquired
J - ' i . .- . - , -
aiidtii-j jrc :aliiL:v
cn any t'X.cu-i :i z c
against 1: r nt!" -'
Sec. 12. Any '
have brer, rr.arr. 1 cut 1
siiail, if her hu-i u, 1
cor:s a rc?i.!e::t c f il.U
all the rizhti as t- - r
.0 -,""' 3 C.
r c ;r.tr
mny Lave u i
which si ? r.:nr h;ve"
.. . A
tuo cf sr.? sr.arr: c:r.:r... : cr
merit mr. Ii cr.tcf ihii -.:
SKC 13. No:h:-- in V. r- f
talned shall le I.t-U to inv ,.;
r.;.in1r:r, or ,.t! t' r r c
v -.v ir.. ' , : '. :. -
Snc. 11. i;i ir..rr:. '.-.- ..
contracted. theh-:'....!;.!s.. ,31 e
far the dtt.-ts cr.l i;au::t;c3 crtLs x
contracted Lefore marrbr?, to theft
tent of the reJand personal prr.
. . . . , V . . . ' . k . . . ... - .....
cr receive from the sale cr rent cf
lands and no farther and s u Hal i
ity shall net be cxtingul-hci ty tha
death of the wife.
Six. 1"). When any womar), against
whom liability cxi-:., shaJl tuarry,
and have or acquire lanJ, judj-mctit
on such Iiabii.sy ir.ar l-e re:iJerJ
against her and her hu.l.ir.i jnthy,
to be levied on such land only.
Sf.c. 16. When nrty juument ll
rendered against a huuland and wi'j
for the tort of the wife, execution cq
such judgment shall l rt levied ca
tlie property cf the wi.V, if she Lava
Sec. 17. The Feparate deed cf tha
husband shall convey na interest la
the wife's lands, nor shall the separata
deed of the wife convey a-iy in ten-5
in the husband's lands.
Skc. I. This act shall take 7.ci
and be in force from and aftwx lis ps
sage. A!S ACT
-to lc$rrau woes from i. uniting
Lnrgt in the State cf NtbruXa.
Section 1. Be it enacted lg ths
Legislature cf the S!:f? cf Nibrakat
That it shall be unlawful far catt:,
horses, mules, sheep, Bwlne and cth;r
stock to run at large at any season cf
the year in the State of Nebnvhk r ex
cept in Peru, Benton, Brownvi', Ne
maha City, Aspinwall and SL Deroia
precincts in Nemaha county.
Sec. 2. That when any such stoci
shall be found on the premises of an
other, it shall be lawful for the o-ner
or person in poses.inn of said prt mi
to impound said stock, and if the own
er, of said stock can be found and ii
known to the taker up, It shall b tha
duty of said taker up to notify hha
within two days by personal fcervic
or bv leaving a written notice at his
usual place, of residence, with aoma
person of hi3 family over the nd c
fourteen years, of the taking of Bald
stock, describing it aud requiring hint
to forthwith take the said stock after
making full payment of the da-nrujn
and cost to tlie taker up.
Sec. 3. In case the parties cannot
agree as to the amount ot" damages an 1
costs, each party may choose a man,
and in case cither party refuse
to choose a man, then the near
est Justice of the Peace of tha
county shall choose a man instead,
and in case the two men chooser.
cannot agree, they hall chrxa A
third man, who after beicgduiy sworn
for the purpose, the thrive or a majority
of them shall proceed to assess tha
damages, possessing for that purpose
the general power of arbitrators, and
the said arbitrators shall make an
award in writing and their decLsioa
shall be final, from which there shall
be no appeal from cither party, a cory
of which award shall be filed with tha
nearest Justice of the Peace in uaii
county, and shall operate as a judg
ment at law and execution shall issue
at the request of the party la whosa
favor said award was found, for tha
collection of damages and ecsia as la
Sec. 4. And if the owner fall to ap
pear" and pay all damages and cosia
aforesaid to the taker up after two
days notice of such decision, the taker
up shall have the full power and au
thority to sell such tresspassing ani
mal or animals by giving fifteen days
notice by josting up three writtea
notices in three of the most public
places in the precinct, of the time and
place of sale of the auimal or animal,
or so many thereof as 6hall be suf
ficient, to pay all damages and cosU
arising by virtue of such taking up
and sale, and the surplus, if any, to bo
aid to the said justice, to be held by
lm subject to the order of the owner
of the stock so sold.
Sec, 5. No assessment or collectioa
shall ie made under the provisions of
this act for damages done on unculti
vated lands unless said lands be sur
rounded bv a strin of breakinsr or
ploughed ground at least one rod wide.
Sec. 6. This act shall take efrect
and be in force from and ufter Its pas
sage. A Lady In the XTronz ZJaiii.
A newly married couple recently
arrived in New Orleans. Jaded ani
tired, they would each have a bath
before retiring. They found the Laths
in their hotel so situated that a lady
and gentleman (especially wber tha
lady is the gent.emuii s wife) can tal-e
the baths in adjoining apartments.
But unfortunatly for the happiness of
our couple, baths at the same time
were ordered for other guests who had
just arived and by the most natural
mistake in the wond, our Lnue got
into the wrong bath.
It was that moment of euprema
enjoyment, when the warm genial
water was coqueting with the beauti
ful form: when like the maiden on tha
banks of the Ganges, the bride waa
admiring the loveliness the water re
flected, that the door was pushed gen
tly open, and a tall bearded masculine
Of course the lady screamed indeed
did she. Such a succession of Khrie kg.
have rarely echoed through that build
ing, numberless as may have been its
experience in screams.
Oh hush; for God's sake be quiet; j
you'll alarm the city." 1
"Uh you ureaatui man I ' ana tho
shrit-ks waxed more loud and piercing
and the angry little hands beat tha
water around her into a foaming cas
cade, like a minature Niagara.
By this time the whole house was
alarmed, and the patter of mnuin;
feet was heard throe rh all the corri
dors. The man couldn't get out be
cause he was net dressed. He coul J
not remain because it was immodest.
The husband by this time was thun
dering at the door, and inquiring in j
accents far from calm what the d 1 '
was the matter. 1
"Help me ! help me !" screamed tha j
The horiiled husband heard in re-
ply : j
Wait till 1 get my cioincs oa U 4
I'" go!" . . ..
He could endure no more, turstm,- -
open the door rusubed like a demon
nto the room, crying frantically Icj.
'Mary, Mary; my God, what's the
matter?" But at the sam tima n:s
eye lighted on the stranger, turning.
madly in incllctual cllorts to resurn
his apparel. Un him he seued, ana
with Lis fist raised aeiuanaeu ue
meaning of this intrusion. t
It was afforded in a trembhrg ton, !
which disposed his sense of the peril
"The lady had got Into tte wron-
bath ; he was not aware of her pre en cr
until he hr.d undressed ; hi meant nc
offence. For mercy's sake 1st Lizx
The explanation proving satisfac
tory, the unfortunate stranger f. '
and the bride was left to the ccuse lo
tions of her lord.
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