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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1869)
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EIIOWSYILLE, THUILSDAY, FEU. 23, ISO.
' The Illinois House of Assembly
passed a bill by a rpte of 51 to 31, re
storing the death penalty.
. ,The subscriptions to the St. Louis
and Illinois Bridge Company amount
to $3,000,000. The books are now
. The Chronicle, chronicles the fact
that the temporary railroad bridge at
Omaha is being removed by the com
lany. " Richardson county is excepted from
iho operation of the herd law, al
though the same docs not so appear in
the published act.
A re-diftribution of the currency
vould take from the east $SO,000,000,
and give to the west $3-3,000,000, and
16 the south $ 4-3,000,000. :
Gen. Thayer baa written a letter to
C. II. Gere, of the Commonwealth , de
dedihing a seat in Grant's Cabinet,
prefering his seat in the Senate.
i- A man who contracts to set out and
grow a hedge on the line of any parcel
of land, or to inclose the same, Um a
lien, on such land for the contract
The revenue law now Is substantially
the same an that in the revised statutes.
The law opon the subject, found in
the. Third Session Laws of State, has
The United States has concluded a
treaty with United States of Columbia,
permitting the construction of a Ship
Canal across the Isthmus of Darlen by
cltiiens of this Government. This
treaty now awaits the confirmation of
We call the attention of our lady
readers to an act passed the present
session of the Legislature, to be found
on the outride of this issue, defining
the rights of married women, &c. Ve
fhlnk 3'ou will approve our action in
I One hundred and thirty-seven years
ego last Monday was born George
"Washington, the first President of the
United States; the first General of
America, and truly the Father of his
Country. Ills fame and his country
J-lill survive the work of time and the
despoliations of his and its enemies.
,1 The was no material change made
In the School Law." The election of
oScers takes place the first Monday in
ApriL The officers which would be
elected In October next, by the old
Jaw, will now be elected in April.
The taxes necessary for the coming
year to carry on the schools, must be
levied and certified to the County
Clerk before -the first Monday of July
Mr. George W. Blunt, a Representa
tive of the Commissioners of Chari
ties end Corrections of the city of New
York, is in Washington, endeavoring
to secu re from the Government the
loan of one of its vessels of war, to be
used as a school ship in which to train
bout two hundred boys, now about
fourteen years of age, in the nauticle
science as practical sccnien. This will
be putting our "men of war" to good
use In times of peace. By all means
let the philanthropists have the vessel,
and thus secure the boys a livelihood.
'' The island of Cuba, like the mother
government, is trying her hand at
revolution. The Cubian General first
Issues an amnesty proclamation, and
then withdraws it. All the ill3of a
ncvere military rule is the result in
those portions of the Island still loyal.
The revolutionists are still gaining
ground. . Appeals are made by them
to this government for material aid
and assistance, of which the following
is a sample: "
,aU 't ... iiavaa, nwc
To the Hon, A. Juhnson, grit : In the name
otOod and for tire k of liberty, and ns
iTpsldent of the Krnitt ration on enrth,
end your jxwerful aid to the muse of the
Indorx-ndencG of Cuba, nnd may Uod LIckr
you in the prayer of yonr friend, a friend to
you coenuy ana a mend to all your country
. Geo. Crow, "the gentleman from
T airvlcw," gave us a call on Tuesday
rst! lie says that the non-herders arc
kflcr him sharply. . We know what
we say .when we assert that the people
of this county were never represented
In the Legislature by a truer man than
ihat same George Crow. Not in favor
with the law himself, he complied
with the wishes of the petitioners. In
Benton precinct the minority asked
for a herd law, and the majority re
monstrated, and so Benton was ex
cepted. In Douglas, Washington, La
fayette, Glen Rock and Bedford the
pxprcsiion that reached us favored the
'herd law, and in the other precincts
we-were Instructed to oppose it, and
po the Representatives of this county
acted in good faith for the good of the
county and in accordance with the
will cf the majority as they under-
' Joseph Bacon, formerly of London,
in thia county, and son of C. II. Ba
con, post master at that place, left this
-point for Idaho in 1SG4, where he has
resided until sometime in September
last. We find in the Boise City paper
the following item: Joseph Bacon
has been residing on Reynold's creek,
at his ranch. On the 21st uf Septem
ber he and Sim Walters started for this
placo for the purpose ef selling his
ranch to Walters, They were last
seen in a buirgy near five mile creek
On Wednesday last Mr. Bernard, his
neighbor, entertaining a suspicion that
there had been foul play, started for
.this city for the purpose of making
cnuuiry. When near five mile creek,
ho found Bacon's hat. He had Wal
ters arrested on charge of murder.
The body has not yet been found, yet
little doubt is entertained but that he
lias been murdered by Walters. A dil
l?gent search will be made before the
'day cf examination.
- In the nest issue of the paper we
XKlSce that Walters has had hb exam
ination, and held to answer without
L Ail. y
Our Railroad Interests.
The people of Nemaha county are
now offered the opportunity to secure
two good rail roads, at about one-half
the usual expense of such roads. J ne
Strite offers aid equivalent to about one
half the cost of construction; and It
remains for the people to be benefited
to furnish the other half.
We have two railroad companies,
both of which are incorporated under
the general laws of the State, and have
exclusive privileges the width of ten
miles along the contemplated line of
their routes. One proposes to run up
the valley of the Missouri river, and
already has a large proortion of its
stock pledged. It is composed of men
of capital and energy, and there is but
little, doubt but that they will bring
the road within the terms of the State
land-grant the Crsl year. The county
has it within her power to force the,
completion of the road to Brownville
within one year. It will take money,
and our citizens have got it ; the ques
tion is will they use it for this purpose,
or will they let the road stop the first
year at Arago. This question must be
decided soon, for there is but little time
to spare. Less money will secure it
now; more will secure it a month or
The other road, and the most impor
tant one for the western portion of the
county, Is the Brownville, Ft. Kear
ney and Peciflc. The State offers the
.same aid to this; but from the fact
that two hundred miles must be com
pleted before it will become a paying
road to the stockholders, it will take
more of an effort, and more valuable
inducements to interest capitalists in
its behalf. Seventy-five" miles of the
road from Canton, on the Mississippi,
in the direction of Brownville, will
soon be completed ; and theballance
will be put under contract this sum
mer, if we show a disposition that
promises success to build the road from
here west; otherwise, they will look
Tor other connections.
We may be mistaken ; but our read
ers will allow us to express our honest
convictions, when we say, that con
sidering the interests of the whole
county, this is the more important
road -of the two, ami it should not be
permitted to die out for vtuU of aid
at least from those portion of the
county most interested.
If ten miles of this road is not built
this year, then we forfeit our rights to
State lands, and shall greviousjy feel
that a golden opportunity for the de
velopment of the South-half of the
State is lost to us Irretrievably gone.
. We implore our fellow citizens to be
up and doing. Secure the road now
then we will not have our criminal in
difference to repent of hereafter.
Here is our hand, time and influence
for both roads. Lead off, and we will
file In, when our turn comes.
We are constantly being asked why
no provision was made for publishing
the general laws in the newspapers of
the State at the recent session of the
Legislature. All are anxious to know
the law which should control their ac
tions. The Legislators .are closely
questioned as to the school law, the
herd law, &c, by farmers; as to the
amendments of the code of civil pro-
ceedurcby lawyers and litigants, as to
the lien law by mechanics, and there
is hardly a man to be met with but
that hf? some individual interest
whkdv'Lhas heard has been effected
in some peculiar way by an act of the
Legislature. The public ought; to
know immediately what has been
done. A bill was introduced into the
House to authorize the printing of the
general laws in counties where news
papers were published, at the expense
of the county ; the pay to be no more
than fifty cents per thousand ems of
primmer type, just what the composi
tor receives daily for setting up, read- j
Ing-and correcting, nothing for paper,
press work or mailing. This would
not do. The people would find out too
soon what had been done, so it was de
feated under the head of extravagance.
The best we can now promise our rea
ders, is that before the time arrives for
the next session just before the time
comes in which the laws may be re
pealed or amended, we may possibly
receive the pamphlet edition of the
"acts of the fifth session." If vou can
not wait, do as we know some others
have already done, send to your Sec
retary of State from two to five dollars
and ask for a copy of some short act.
v e tried to have this more con
veniently and cheaply for you, but
failed, and now iecommend the next
TIic Immortal Seven.
Andrew Johnson recently invited
several guests to State dinner at the
White House besides the following
Democrats to wit: Hendricks Mc-
Creery, Vickers, Buckalew and the
two Bayard's; "the immortal seven,,
to wit: Grimes, Fessenden, Hender
son, Ross, Trnmbull, Fowler and Van
Winkle received cart-de-visits. All
were present except Grimes and Fes
senden tfce first, too feeble in health
just now, and the other a little too
shrewd to be caught in such company
at this time to testify their apprecia
tion of the high regard entertained by
the President for their "eminent ser
vices." . Verily the seven are re
ceiving their reward.
Another Tcloe from Andy.
The President has vetoed the billen-
titled "an act transferingthe duties of
the Trustees of the Colored Schools of
Washington and Georgetown." Here
tofore the trustees of these schools
have been appointed by the Secretary
of the Interior, and now Congress pre
fers that they should be eleeted by the
people, it being more in accordance
with the genus of our Republican in
stitutions. But Andy can't see it, and
so returns the act to the "House in
which it originated without approval,
accompanied with a long letter to Con
gress, warning that body against a
repitition of further legislation, sub
mitting, questions to the suffrages of
Col. Furnas, Col. Thos. J. Majors,
and Adjutant H. M. Atkinson, leave
to-raorrow for Vt'ashington. They
promise our readers an occasional let
ter through the Advertiser.
We see from the proceedings of the
Mrurtnri Legislature that the State
has a lien on the Hannibal and St.
Joe Railroad for $.3,000,000. A bill has
been introduced into the Legislature
to sell the Interest of the State in this
road nnd appropriate the proceeds
thereof as follows:
Kt. Joe & nurllnston ,. . . fV 000
St- Ixiuis, Chillicothe & Omaha v W)
St. Ixul8. Macon & Omaha (
Mississippi fc Missouri It. A. L. WW
Hannibal A Moberly WW
I,ouiNianaft Missouri Klver WW
Hannibal Mexico loJ WW
IJoone & Jem-rson-Clty. 2.T3 WW
St. Chfij L- hridge..- 109 WW
Tulie & Nrmlio ... i'J tJ
St. Louis & St. Joe . . 109 WjO
The peojde of Missouri, recognising
the great advantage of the Hannibal
& Sk Joe Railroad, and its influence
in enhancing the value of real estate ;
in increasing the population and in
dustrial pursuits, and it3 great power
as a civilizer are yielding to the on
ward march of progressive ideas, and
are bound not to stand in the way of
public improvements. If the bill ma
king the above appropriation, or one
as extensive in its scope, and a3 cos
mopolitan in its aims is passed this
winter, Missouri will soonstepinto the
frontranks, so far as wealth, population
and political influence is concerned.
We hope she may.
Editor -Advertiser : Knowing that
you are interested in the progress of
our District, Schools, impels me to
write you a few lines for publication,
in relation to exercises had at the
School House near Henry Harmon's,
in Douglas precinct, on last Friday
First a splendid dinner was prepared
by the" scholars, sufficient for them
selves and all the visitors. This fin
ished, we next had a literary treat in
the shape of essays, concert reading,
and declamations. After recess came
the spelling class. This was composed
of the whole school, and lasted for
two hours spelling wordsof from two
to seven syllables, many of which
were of difficult orthography; and
during this time but two words were
Mr. Makinson is the teacher, and
I judge that he has given universal
In conclusion; I would simply add
that Mr. Harmon's neighborhood is
blessed with excellent scholars, and
consequently with good schools.
Senator Morton and Representatives
Pruynand Wilson, of Iowa, on the 13th
inst., presented toGen. Grant the cer
tificate of his election as President of
the United States. Senator Morton ad
dressed the General, announcing that
they were the Commit tee appointed by
Congress to present him with his com
mission as President of the United
States for four years, commencing on
the 4th of March next, and in a few
remarks assured the General his election-was
extremely gratifying to his
countrvmen, and that the people felt
assurel he would, in exercising the du
ties of his distinguished office apply the
same energy, integrity, and patriotism
that had characterized him in a former
sphere of usefulness; and in conclud
ing his remarks, said that he would
have the supjwrt of the people of the
nation even includingthose who diff
ered political from him in adminis
tering the affairs of the Government.
Gen. Grant, on receiving from Senator
Morton the certificate of his own elec
tion, in a firm and audible voice made
the following response:
"I can promise the committee that
it will be my endeavor to call around
as assistants, such men only as I think
will carry out the principles which
you have said the country desires to see
successful! economy; retrenchment,
faithful collection of the revenue, and
payment of the debt. If I should fail
in my first choice, I shall not at any
time hesitate to make a second, or even
a third trial, with the conctirence of the
Senate, who have the confirming pow
er, and should just as soon remove one
of my own appointees as the appointee
of my predecessor. It would make no
difference. There i3 one matter I
might properly speak of here, and that
is the selection of a Cabinet. I have
always felt that it would be rather in
delicate to anounce or even to consult
with the gentlemen whom I'-thought
of inviting to positions in my cab
inet, before the official declaration of
the result of the election was made,
although I presumed there would be
no doubt about what that declaration
would be. But after consideration I
have come to the conclusion that there
is not a man in the country who could
be invited to a place In the Cabinet
without friends of some other gentle
man making an effort to secure the
positiou ; not that there would be any
objectiou to the partv named, but that
there would be others whom they
had set their hearts upon having in the
place. I can tell that from the great
number or requests which come to me
In writing and otherwise for this par
ticular person or that one, from differ
ent sets and delegations. If announced
in advance efforts would be made to
change my determination, and, there
fore I have come to the conclusion
not to announce who I am going to in
vite to seats in the Cabinet until I
send in their names to the Senate
for confirmation. If I say anything
to them about it it will certainly
not be more than two or three days
previous to sending in their names. I
think it well to make a public declar
ation or tins to the Committee, so that
mv intentions may be known."
The Committee after leaving Gen.
Grants Head-quarters proceeded to the
Copitol and waited upon speaker
Uoilax in hts reception room. They
presented him with a certificate of bis
election as Vice-President, signed by
the President of the Senate, and then
sevcraly congratulated him, to which
friendly expressions he responded as
"Gentlemen: Please convey to the
two houses of Congress rav acceptance
of the office to which i have been
elected by the people of the United
States, and assure them that I shall
endeavor to prove worthy of this mark
of confidence by fidelity to principle
Br Elder Ira Moore, at the residence of Jo
seph Loveless, on the flay of February,
lf-oS), Mr. John B. Loveless, of London, to Mlsn
Josephene Long, on the Little Nemaha.
NEW ADVKRTISK5IEN TS.
CHARLES NEIDIIART & CO,
Italian and American Honuments,
Vvtab Stoaes, Table Tops, Plasties, &x.
Main Street, between Sth and 7th,
UO WXriLLE NEBRASKA.
Eavlng located permanently In thte city, we shall
keep on hand 8uch a stock as wtlT snpply all the
detiandsof ' -
ALL WORK WARRANTED,
Gzclo Ucd-c Plants.
nPTTTl LARGEST NURSERY IN
JL Nebrn-ka. 850,000 Plant yet unsold,
forsaie at r J.50 per ttM-'Jsand, at the Xo-wry, two
milrt west ot Loudon, eniatia couury eoniti
ao-sw-pd J. P. klLIJ-:R-
Proposals for Cavalry Horses.
IlEADQCAKTERS TtKPARTMKVT OK THU PI.ATTX,
Onautia 'eb., Feb. la. 1869.
CEALED PROPOSALS, In dupli-
k) cnte, with gttarantfe nfsrnvi by two re
(rowi'He rartio, nui bictiers, wilt l-e rewired t
tlilKoilice until lloclooK a. m., on Jtonoay, jiiireu
1st, Jur the delivery of
Two Hundred and Fifty (250)
between the date of the award of the contract nd
The Uor" ninst be sound fn every partTnnlar. well
broken, in full and good condition, imm mieeu
(!" to sixteen (H) hands high, from rive o) to nine
(U) years old, and well adapted for cavalry purposes.
Mo mares or stallions w ill be received.
The horses w ill be suhject to a rigid Inspection.
ITorsea that have been sokl by Government wUl not
Blank proposals and full conditions of th con
trHct will be lurnished on application at this onlce.
Bids will be received tor the whole nainoer, or am
lew than twentv-live i5) horses.
By order of Bvt. imj-Gen. Autnir.
3Vlw Bvt Brig-Gen., Chief Quartermaster.
J. X. REYNOLDS,
Attorney and Counselor at Iaw,
Orrit-F No 00, Iteynolds ITotel.
navinsr assumed charge of thU well arranged aad
commodious house, ben leave to Invite the home
and traveling public to frive him a call, tniarantee
intr satisfaction in all things appertaining to the
g jj-A irooft Livery stable convenient.
Advertising Agents, Chicago,
Kg' Art ntttli'triird la rrrrirt AiirrT
tiwmnilt fr Out paper, ml ntrr lomtt
rntrs.an'iart A'futt far all Xrwrji
jrt in tl U. fttvd T-rritrrifX.
Is the only perfected and
preparation of its kind
ever offered to the public,
and lias no competitor
in merit. By its use
GRAY HAIR is soon
restored to its original
youthful color and bril
liancy, which is so much
admired. by all. Persons
whose hair is thin or falling
out will, by the use of our
Renewersoon see its good
effects, as, by it3 tonic and
stimulating properties the
hair grands will be incited
and the hair grow thick
and stronscasam In cases
of Baldness it will create
a new growth unless the
follicles are destroyed. It
is cooling, and allays all
itching and irritation of
the scalp. It does not stain"
the skin as do dyes, bat
makes the scalp white and
clean. As a DRESSING
it is the best and most
economical preparation in
the world, as its effects
last so much longer. Send
for our Treatise on the
hair, free to all, by maiL
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers la Medicine.
cook, coBurm & co.
Gea'l Agent3 for North-'Westeni States, "
87 STREET, CHICAGO, ILL.
Sold by .
aicCRECRY & XICttEUL,
CITY DRUG STORE,
FRUIT AD ORIVAMEXTAIV
Grape Vines, etc., for Spring of 1S69.
Wholesale and Retail.
We offer for f prlnc planting a stock of Frnit and
Ornamental Trees, Grape Vines, Ac, which for ex
tent, vr.riety, vigor and beauty of growth has never
Full particulars plven In the following Catalotrana
lust issued, sent prepaid on receipt of lo cent each,
lor IS" oh. 1, 2 & 3 'o. 4 free. Xo. 1, Inscriptive Cat
alogue of Fruits. No. 2. Ornamental Trees. Ko, 3,
Ureen House Plants. No. 4, Wholesale List.
ELL WAX G EH Jk B.IRUY,
SIC Hope JJurserlea,
ll-flm Rochester, 2. Y.
At (he Sl?n of the
BIG BED STEAD!
Is the place to buy
3X?F.VL1L, & Co.,
Ket-p constantly on hand a complete assort
Bureau, Roc tint 1'hai-t,
Sprinq Bed, tVth Stand.
What Not, Hat Rack
Kin hen j-. Kitchen
and -;Ts and
Parlor fP ' Parlor,
Chain, Pjr i Tablet.
Marble tZi k I h Cen,er
Topped V-f iJS2j7'- I J c? Table,
Stand, C( Lounge
Lounge v : L f Spring.
Settee i A Smng
Kiuhen v-i'; f7if ZzX Crib
Plan v-P-- Chair.
Standi z Comfort,
Bed Spring. Children.' Cab and Gig,
Gilt and Rotetoood Moulding,
Sheeti, Pillow, Pillow
Slip, ete., etc ' '
SHOW CASES & OFFICE WOEK
HADE TO ORDER!
And anything and everything required to set
up planvor fancy housekeeping
All of their ware Is either manufactured or
put up under their special superintendence,
which enables them to sell sound articles at
smaller prices than Eastern manufactured
is at the service of the public at any time It
mny be needed, and is gotten np In as fl ne style
as any farther east.
HEMIC DUllIAL CASES
of all sizes constantly oa hand,
A-t Eastern Prlcos
We are doing bnslness on
STTtlCTLY CASH PIUXCIPIX3
and by attention to business and the wants ol
the community, expect in the future asin the
last to receive the patronage of the publio
generally. IIcFALL & CO.
FOI SALE IN THE" '
EMAHA LAND DISTRICT.
Having secured the services of Mr. O. B.
WATERS, a first-clawi Civil Engineer and
Surveyor, am ready at all times, to survey
Town Lots n this city, adjoining towns, or in
any county in this Land District. Anyone
wishing town lots or lands surveyed correct
ly, at REASONABLE RATES, will fine It to
their advantage t6"eaH opon Mr. Watersat
tk I k . 1 v i : x l
G r e at Ve sf e rn Real Es taf e Age n by
Rainey & tewls Store Room.
House and two lots on Main street, Ave rooms
plastered, good well and stable. Will bo
offered for the small sum of $1,300 cash.
Honse and one lot for sale. Ilouse Is well
plastered and near business part of town,
frlce f 3X).
House and four lots splendid situation gar
den fenced fine view of River 'and Town.
rriceSoOO. . .
nouse and two lots on Water street, one
Block from Main street, for 51,600. A bar
gain. 0 DESIRABLE
North East quarter of South East quarter of
Section 4, Town 4, Rango IH.
South East quarter of South East quarter of
Section 4, Town 4, Range 14.
North West quarter of South East quarter of
Section 4, Town 4, Range 14.
120 Acres, nTne mflbs from Brownville, and
west of Nemaha City, on the line of the
Brownville and Ft. Kearney Railroad, at n
bargain. S'JOO down, the rest on one, two
and three years timo.
120 Acres No. 1 Prairie Land, good water, at
$5 per acre.
40 Acres in Section 9, Township 4, Range 13.
40 Acres in Section 27, Township 4, Range 14.
North-East quarter Section' 5, Township 6,
Range 14, 150 acres; 85 acres broke, good one
and a half story house 14x29, kitchen 12x14,
good well at the door, stock water on the
place, 20 acres of Timber, for $4,000.
C j : 1 :
1C0 Acres In Town 3, Range 14.
CIO Acres near Salem, at a bargain.
160 Acres in Section 11, Town 3, Range 14.
1C0 Acres In Section 35, Town 3, Range 15.
40 Acres In Section 20, Town 3, Range 15.
East half of South West quarter of Section
20, Town 2, Range 1L
.' i . ...
South East quarter of South West quarter of
Section 17, Town 1, Range 1L
North West quarter Section 8, Town 2, Range
North West Jof North West quarter Section
26, Town 2, Range 11.
160 Acres with som Timber and a Coal Mine
opened on the place, splendid Prairie, No. 1
60 Acres No. 1 Prairie.
900 Acres in Town 6, Rang 12.
100 Acres with splendid Spring of water, nin
nlnsc water through the place; No. 1 House,
11x20; 30 acres broie last uprins, for fl,0.
THE SPRING TRADE
18 G 0.
C. : . i .
. Many iTarhantt vfla lierve, in thete ttfi "Winter
day, ample tfme to took over their ttorfct and tMr
book, and baltmte in their own mind hoe much they
art actuany vxtrfo, will, no doubt, evme to the conclu-
tion that they want to- maJU more, and have more of
the "NEEDFUL," at the dose of 1858. To ttrive for
wealth U eminently proper, and he i the alArtt who
can do it, in the most honorable manner, with the Uatt
expenditure, complication, vexinff trouble, and wait
ing care. To do butinet profitably and pleasantly, a
ifercJuunt ha to observe three rule.'
lL' To buy the . ,
EIGHT GOODS I
At the EIGHTPEICESI!
At the EIGHT TRIE! II
Id, To meet hi obligation punctually, "paying
prompt" plead for the interest of that Merchant with
the eloquence of a Daniel Webster.
2d. To cut down hi expense, a "a dollar saved is
dollar earned," and it enable one to tell to much
We speak in praise of those rule, for we have tried
them, and find them to be the only vieans to a tuccestfvl
2SEM0LD I W art not occupying a grand up-town
Brick, with shelves full cf Winter Stock, but are com
fortable housed at
27 Uain Street,
Between Levee and First,
Our tiro floors are heavily laden with most desirable
good, consisting cf
Hosiery and Gloves,
Embroideries, - '
- - Collars St Snspenders
Zephyr Wool and)
ln all Colors,
V r 1
; ooien i ams, j
Corsets and Skirts,
: Coat's and Clark's Threads,
American Best Spool Cottons,
, Sewing and Embroidery Silks,
RufHiugs 4 Jape Trimmings,
Star, Crochet St Skirt Braids,
Alpaca Braids, and a full line of
e - Silk, Milan and Alabama Braids.
A TVLL LVCB or
AND FURNISHING GOODS.
jy TACT, everything that belong to a first clout
Clothing, JRuttcry, Fancy Good and Sotion House.
which hat bem. purchased far CASK, to the very best
advantage, and wiU be sold at a very imaU advance to
Cash and Prompt Paying Customers, whose patron
agawe respectfully solicit ; msUis ovr ehcrUhed aim to
make their transaction with us both profitable and
' A. HAY & CO.'S
CLOTHIHG AND DRY GOODS
Xo. 27 Main Street,
Between Levee and First,
ORDERS BY MAIL
or otherwise xcUl receive prompt
attention, and are invoiced at the ame
price as if personally tdectcd.
(Jill SilUU-lUiU UUiuiUL LiULiiiL 'L A ;
DEPOT OF MUSIC!
P. I.. HTTYSTT a coir,
I'o. 9 Fourilt Street,
ST. JOSEPH, 31 o.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Chickering & Son's Pianos
Wlilch were awarded the
Cress of the LEGION of HONOB,
FIRST GOLD MEDAL
AT PARIS EXPOSITION, 1SC7.
TTJI. K54DC & CO.,
IIA3LL.CT, DATXS & COn
NEW YORK UNION GO.
ational, Combination & Cabinet
2Iason & IIamIIn,a
" Metropolitan Organs.
All rders shoo id baKtresffHl to
JATIES H. DYE, Agent,
Pern Livery Stable
AA1 KintLs of Stock.
Horses Eonglit, Sold, or Exchanged.
Stock Boarded by the Day or U cck.
MY STABLES are stocked with (rood Horw-s and
htipies. PtTsons wishing conveyance to any Kr
tion of tlif mh Land District can be accoinino
Peru z Brownville Coach
Leaves mv Stables every morning t 19 "dock A.
M. Pssenzers or packages w)'e! y conveyed. Or
der" left with the Pustniasters wiU be promptly at
tended to. 2r-i-y
fl JS. A " 1114111 street, oppos.te
$yi C McPherson's
IXL.JXU I I IH.UL.
) Also Agent for
- j Singer Sewing
Liery, Feed and Sale Stable !
Ben. Rogers, Proprietor.
Noh. 82 and U Main Street
Dealer in all kinds of utock. Horses bought,
sold and exchanged. Stock boarded by tht
Jay or week.
The Propritor has recently erected an entire
new, lartte and eommodeous Stable, near th
ld Brownville House. His stock 1 all fresh
vnd vehicles new. The public can be accom
modated at all hours,
DAY OR NIGHT.
A stock corrall, with an abundant supply
of pore water, attached to the stable. 4-ly
First Premium awarded by the
Lake .Store Grape Grtwert Asaeclatlon
:"or "the Best SU clusters of Fruit, Quality to Eula."
Ilavlmr Thirty Acres of the SALEM in Tinevnrd
e consider it for hardiness, eurltness, abuiidiini
rornuie In bearing, freedom from diseHMi, beautv ol
"Itwier, and hisa foreign quality of trait, the best
-nd mt profitable oui-door Grape in America.
.S'2Srvif!)lSM15vl,M Krowa from the original
tock of Mr. K. t. iiosera. aa follows : b
Each. Perdos. Per 100. Per l.ia
i-yearod 41.au sn.oo fwi.i a.io.to
1-year old 1.00 6,u0 35,00 2jo,oo
T. L. HARRIS. Salem on Erie.
Brocton P. O., Chautauqua Co., Y.
Gil APE HOOTS.
The beat Grape for general cuIUvatlon in this
A so decided by a committee of Are of th. mnt
noted Grape Growers and "Wine Makers in the
1. nuea states.
Price so low that all who wUl may plant them.
We are now selling them at
$50 per 1000 ; $7 per 100.
One doEea sent my mall, secure; t r,acki t.-
sge paid, for 31,50.
3iccui.LorGn, drake & co..
Wf VHWUVWg, VUH.
DR. J. ELAKE,
- 1 "Would respectfully
--annoii nee that be his
-located in Brownviiie
? and la now prepared
J- to perform,! n the best
l' maaner, al.1j oper-
'"'- . ationa pertuininv to
--- tbe science of .Den
tistry. Ornat-Over City Drug Store, lioat room. iCtf
V K J
i j j
TKSO. HILL Cz C
OTICK OF ASSIGN-. T
thP City f-T Cwcnvin, thoh h '-i,'
A.r. iva. "The urf.!er.i.-n ''ffO
said Histrict, wti ruw ben iA..:.. r"l" v'
.ntrii-t. ft. i r i t , V5t fv, !
iHtrict. who Lwbwr !jii!wi '
-n petition, by the district Cnn tt.- 51
lvJ WILLIAM 11. HmVvf?"! K
-fx A. '
r ; j, VrV W ? r'-
of raMkaCity, utiie Countv. NVhr.".
said liistrirt. w ho ha been adM Uif J?"- - :"
upon his owa petition, hy the li!Jr,,- , .tl
strict. WILLIAif V( , -
NOTICE OF A8SIGXF? . 1
POIXTMENT.-DUtriotr,f W ;
At the City of Erownv!l!e. the 2-th .ki A n ? - r
The nnderi!rneJ herhv J,"
who bn.s been Hjiidire.1 a blmknitt VPklB
pe'rtroa by th" I wtn-t Umrt nf wti.f i i
WILLlAil H. HCKivi u Trull,
LEG Air NOTlClS.
Tlie authnrlty and direction nfthi, "
will, duly itthfniioated.
ned. basbeen fi!i i;'.",l,Ui':s-
bate Court of Nemaha ci
ha cdiio ty. si ale 0f j
Hieunaerxisrnel. a executor. nomiiijM Lo
and duly -rm rrwed by prer an'b r- a
HturiUy. the l.ttu d iy of Mun-h. a! T lLK
of the oilice of the County Vlvrk.in W,Pr't
hour of two o clock. P. M of said Uv oc '
at public vendue, the following dwr'riJ V
tyMith-ea-stquiirteri1 ol the uth-wPM 'ro
of t-ection nunitxr twenty-nine ci j
number rive yi), 'orth in range nunir, Tltd.
Terms ofSiile: On
le-half cash nn mir
ear, secured by not; Y
, with intermit.
and one-haif in one yea
gage on toe premises
3t WILLIAM y. KKlLT.Ei
PROBATE NOTICE :-XtWr.'
JL Hereby ?lven that Joieph W. BlaclsJ
this day made application to the PruoVl'
.. V r ...... X . . . (, ... L W
Istrntor of the Ivdate ot tophia E. Whi'ner 1t
ed, late of said county of .Nemaha, and thi'-I n
Court has appointed the l.'.tii day of Jinn "" ' Pr,Bt
nine o'clock.. A. L, to henrsaid appuuaii,, '
appoint aa AdiuinLstrutor of said exuie. t
lux to take pi-e at theOlhce of Irutt Htude
Brownville. Nebraska. X. b y
DateI l ebruary L)th,
A. W. M i ) RG A !T. Proht chalf
EGAL NOTICE.-In tb Di,.
J-i court or ematia County. Stale n Kent
bracks. J. N. BeyTJolds. Admfnl.xtrati)r vtm a
with the wUl annexed, of the Estate of W.Ti
fits-eased, r. Abitfai Chastun (widow of j Tj
Hill dMsssHti,(.racy A. Ward, a daiEk'n, ' lrv
Willis Ifii! d-cef.sed. who IntennarnH , A. T
Wiiliurn Ward, who reside In the utiof wM
Elizabeth Coliiii. addiitrhter of Miitj Wiiiuh ,Flur
cesned. who Intermamed with one TVman Uro'.
Anna JL secrest. a daughter of Mid Win h ,
c-sed, win intermarried with one Jtevtt Vmm
Willis Irvin Hill, a seed sixteen years. a,
Wi!!i Hill deceased; Laura I-ou'ixa H.il. 4wci -'y '
of Willis Hill decea.sed. ed fourteen rmr d
Km m A H;H a (l.m.'hlr i,f W u.', u, .n.
ceased, a sed twelve year. All the n,v. j-a-rW
derendariM. except Gracy A. V"urt oti , "
Ward her huhnd, are resid.ug iQeniiin.ja it . . -in
th SUte of Nebraska. ir l"
Petition to sell La nds to pay debts of Eerrttrrtf,
It appearing from the petition on flie in a PM
that tliere is no Personal EsUte in t!i han-h i Ct i
said administrator to pay the debit (HitMand.
due irom the Estate of sa:d d-edt-nt. and Wan
penses of the administration thereoi: and iba 'oha L
necesaary to aell norne part of the Rri l,
the payment of such di htt. It n berfhjr jjtT,
that t!i above tmii'ed de.endants. in-irs n o hrt
thesaJiffetvased. axl all ot herperxia in:rr- " '
thH esTMe-, appeur tj.o re the 1'i.srrict ( i,,-t V
maha County, mate of Nebra-ska. at tiieCosii '-- A 31
in Brownville. wn the LSh davof Marrh. .a t !-.
ten o'clock a.., or as soot thereaitr an tar ua
may be prepared to htar thw matter, tn n.. :
W h V . i LCUI i ul u lilill! J r, . . . & vwmJ r .. - .A
ixtrator to iell so much of the real esla'e ,'ru
ceased an may be necessary to pay UKiD
iiexs oi sa:u estate.
(iiven under my handand the .eal of m:i!C4,ii.j
this twenty-eighth day of Jannarv. a.d. Is
. P. Mas.iV.
CMef ntirrof Xebrafka, and Judge of th SirT:r
.1:..:.. i " . 4
u:cuu lf.sincv IM
nUARDIAN' SALE OF REALS
TATE In Durstuincf of an orilerorsnrlt-
District Court of theOiBtitv of Nensaha. rt .svrlnr
of .Nebraska. K ranted at Uie September tern nre.
I)istri-t Court, a.d. 1st. nal cs.n.imttsl it t
journed term of the same, held in I -r mif k rj ,
on saiiiruny me iin uay ot iiarvn, a. a. ib. K .
o'clocls. p.m.. M LarkiMK' School llo'i. otu 1 '
preriiiss. In said m.ihii Coontr. mr H'lUif
describ-i Si.-! Ksiiite situate in the Cn""? nl S
mslia and" StaJr of 25THka. i..- it: T. r ll
half of the north-wo'st qimrtt-r of t:o 3.Ti '
shij 4, Itanjfe ! Terms: ji iliwn.
anoeln one. two and threeywars. with !enwr
Guardian of Georges. Ebon alia Gwrji i. rhr
DMINLSTRATOR'S SALE tA.n
C REAL KXTATE. Not fro Is herehr r'tv' 1 1
en, that by virttie of an order of the Iitrd
of .Nemalia County, Nebraska. I. as Adtuintjni
dc femitt Hnn of the Estate ol Samuel u. i:jiTle
ceaseil, will, on the r r"-
Mh day of March, 1SG3, citl o'clock P.l"cl 11
exiose ard el! at public vendue, at the rmm f 1 1
or trie 1'ost oiiice m IVru, in said Cpobi? ertl
Nemaha, all the ritrht. title and interest of tb, in. t
deceased. Lis widow, heir and rMS,nJ rrp-"
tatives, tt an to the following real asute, us K ,
county, to-wit: f
Ln't I, . ! flection 2R.Town7, Kanee l.leant.fna" 4
Ins ."i-TO-luO acres, excent -JO ai-r-f if of ii;llt.
side thereof. Also the following lt and ;i!
the town of Peru : Blocks P. 17, is. X. -T. 3 1 Jat
and .11 ; and lots I, i. 4, 5, S, 7. s, II, r in 'liinol
and low l, 2. a, 4, h, 1), i and 12. in t- e -,,ni.
blocks 4 and -TJ; and lots 3 and in blotk fl:;
lots I, 2, :L 7 and i in bltwk ,Vi ; and I-ti I. 4. i ;
in block M ; and lots s, t and 12 in block ST: s
T 2 .. . 1 ii . t. i . i .... . . . . it M UA T
. o ii in iiiik'k no; ana mi i.
and 12 In block 5!; and lots U ami 12 in bit frU
and lots 3and 4 in block 61: and lots M ti.'i lai
block 62 ; and lots 1 and Z la bifx-fc C: ar.d . eI J(.
11 and 12 in block M ; and lots I. i and in
and lots I and 7 111 block 32: nd lots 1 antl a w Far
s-t; and !ou I, 4, 5 ID, 11 and 12 in block S4; and 'Tmy
Hand 12 in block ; and lota 9 n! V in b'"1', v i
and low 7, 8 and I2 in block 7: and lots .:
block SH; and lot K) In block "jo; and lousim-i
bhx-k lii7: aiHt low i. 2. II and 12 in h'm jt 'J
lots I, 2, II and 12 in bjx k lit; and Uu a '
block 1 1.": : an4 lHs 2. .1, 4 5, 6. 7 s. if. lit an J II in nu ;
1H; an4 I. 11 mint-12 in bhx-k ll.i; and Hm I..'"!!
i in blork ll; aa'i lot l t and in bUsrS t
aiiu ioi s. i, built Ki. in tiLvlr l 5:
lots I, 6snS7 10 Norit 1
1 in bioca
11!: and lots 1 and us y,
12 in tjiock l.;anUiit.T.,
It in block 1: v.i fcnc''
ISo: a nd. oW 7,9, Hand 12
11 in blHtri7; atxt lot
nnd 12 in hlK-te I.i9; and-Ion H and 12 in b."Ct "f
and low 1, 2, , S, 7, S an4 10 tn block 1 U ; ' '
in bhxlt H2: and: lot 1 in block ail
block 1H: and lots a. and 12 in block ltf: to I a
S. 7, 11 and 12 in WoHlst:and lots Si.n.l 7vrjvi .
14'; and lots 1 ant s ia hlnct us- . n.i . '.at ..
s, lo. II, 12, 1.1, 14. , 17. i an j, jn block i; T1,
7. 3. 4. fl. 6, 7, . 9 I f, 11. 12, I t, U. IS. I. 17. W
J) In block : and low l, 2, 3, 4, 10. 11. 12. 13, li ta ;:
22, 24. 23. 2H. 27 and N in hirwrir 7. . th 9u r .
WIW 3 TIJ,
1 and IH in block 3. very
saia sale will be he!dopen forbids for a jp It.
one hour from and alter the time abov niro
TKSMH OF SALE CAS1L
WILLIAM rtOUN. Admlristri
Tnonas i Ehoai.ky. Alt y lor Est. ' l 1
TAKEN UP By the Subscriber, T-
A inir at Nemaha City. December 7t!.
i:Uo.irni:in( ciear, rsj ears,"' " u,
on neck and feet. !7-3t J. Kir--
rV .... ... 1 ; flft
west of Brownvilie, Neb-on the :3b JT 01 ' ,
iry. IstCT, one white tfr cnlf; will bee"
next spring; ears marlonl bv lwin torn.
Taken up by the undersisnetl. liv::;s t" imr
half miles aotith-west of Apinwnll. in uru
"ounty Nebraska, on th M l.iv Jan-iarT-ertr.
iht bay hors pon-y, dark nuiiie and tai!.1' '
to bethreynftrsoid; stax lu foreh-d :
brands n,t levari. JoHN L"' rr,r
J. A. PIXEIl.
PISE ft & REYSO LDS,M -.
Eight street, two bltxks from R. K- Iv-ui:
ST. JOSEPH, MO. 52 j'
WOOLWORTH & COLT,
And Dealers lis
No. 12, 2d St., St, Joseph. 31 (
CASH FA IB FOR RAGS7-
UNDErJIILL & EATO',
No. 2 City DuiMinss, St. Le-1"
Res-ond National Bank PL I'.S
Ailf n, L'onD ."t Nisis t St. I"-,
Branch states Rank of Iowa- ' - '
hnston & r.ai-on, Dankers r LJlJ'-,. ;
Iaac Scarrit&t'o., ?,,un.''
Liair &. Atwool, .
JOI3 WOItK of all klni's. neft
'aialy execntetl, done at tiie Adverw
TOTICE OF ASSIOX?? V
At the CKy of Brownville. the h V 'n,b" A '
A. D. 1A 'Tbe undersized 1$J
mnwi aniwHft in i tie town or Alaint
in said county: lot 7 in block 2rlots , UIif '
and .l)!n block 3; lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 3, S, 7, i. 9. li 0.' X'
11. 13. 10. 17. IS. flunrf "II in Kl,w.L- . ,. .l l.a U
1 ..... .
i4, 2f, 27, 2S, 31. :t5, 34, .tti, 37. ,tS. 9. 41. " '
O, r.2, 5.1 and 31; and iW 2, 3, 4, 7 and is fc5 v
and low 3, 4, 5. 4. 9, ID, 1 1, 12. 13, 16 and is is
tnd lots 1.4.5,, 9, 10, H, 12. 1L 14 and 13 inb
and lot 1 In Mcx k 5 : and lota 1 2. 4. i. 7. S. . ; Ulrui
111. It. 12. 13. 14. 13 17. IS J.3,
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