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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1869)
J, S. CHURCH, Editor.
THrHSDAY MORNING. MARCI1 11. 18G9.
CJon. SherMan and staff are In from
lhe plains aud report the Indian war
at an end.
The Nebraska City Chronicle reaches
iw again afUr an absence of several
" week. Vc hope it may come regular
.'. . Andy Johnson declined to go to the
-Capitol and witness the ceremonies
-of inauguration on last Thursday. At
12:.7J ktj aNandoned the White Hou;.
.and drove to the residence of Johnny
Oyie, a notorious rebel sympathizer.
; From the latest advices from Wash
ington wo conclude that Judge Hoar
nd A. T. Stewart will withdraw
'from the Cabinet, and that Boutwell
will take the place of the former and
Tierpont that of the latter gentleman.
On the Sd day of March Andy John
son pardoned the two Depuy's, of
:New York, convicted of frauds in
whisky. President Grant, on the
4th day of march, issued an order re
roklng the pardon and directing the
return of the papers.
'. .Dr. 3fonell wa expelled from the
Pivabyterian Church at Omaha, March
Vih, on the charge of having sinned
by writing within the last two years,
.amorous and lewd letters to one Miss
C.T. Johnson. The Episcopal Rev
erend, still more guilty, fled the
country pome time since.
The - President orders a re-aealgn-
jnent of Department Commanders,
cndinjr Gea. Sheridan back to the
department of Louisiana, and Gen.
Mead to the department of the Atlan
tic. lie promises Southern Unionists
to send men who are In full sympathy
with the policy of the Government.
Bontwell declines the Trcasuryehip,
Willson, of Iowa, declines to be Secre
tary of .War, Secretary of State or P,
M. General. Borie declines the office
of 'Secretary of Navy. A. T. Stewart
cent In a long letter March 9th, ro
Inning hU office. Mr. Washburn re
signed on the same da'.
Sherman- h& been promoted to the
rank of General.
Breckenridge reached home-March
Oth. He will resume the practice of
the law and eschew politics here
'. The following is the proposed con-
tiltutional amendment to the consti
tution of the United States, to be en
titled article 15:
Article 15. The right of the citizens
ff the United States to vote, shall not
be denied or abridged by the United
states or by any State, on account of
r.ioe, color, or previous condition or
SEC. 2. The Congress shall have
power to enforce this article by appro
. It has been ratified by Kansas, Mis
souri. Nevada, West Virginia, Illinois
.A' Colony Company of fifty mem
Vers is organized in New York, com
posed of farmere, carpenters, black
smiths and other mechanics, whose
object it i to provide each member
with a piece of laud in the Southern
portion of the State of Nebraska, and
to transport themselves thereto. They
intend to locate somewhere between
tho Republican and Little Blue. The
colony intend leaving the city of New
York curly in April. Their bett route
will be by rail to St. Louis, thence up
the river to Atchison, Kansas, thence
out on the railroad to the Blue River
Valley, thence by over-land to point
- The hour for the consideration of
the question of ratification of the 15th
article aa a constitutional amendment
having arrived in the Legislature of
Indiana, the Democratic members of
the two Ilouses tendered their resig
nations thus leaving the Legislature
without a quorum; thereby defeating
the appropriations for the current
year's expenses, and many other im
portant measures. The result will be
the calling of a new election and an
extra session of the Legislature, at the
root of many thousand dollars. Such
i the spirit of the so called Democracy
that they would circumvent the will
of the people, no matter what it costs.
When rebellion seems the better course
they rebel; when secession promises
success, they secced; when hardening
the people with heavy expenses for
xtra elections and Legislature ses-t-ions
.will answer as well, then they
flop with that. The will of the people
must lc defeated. The means resorted
to for the accomplishment of tliis pur-:
poso are only limited by just what it
will take to do it. Most peoplo are
heartily, tired of such treatment, and
among them are to be found the citi-i
sens of Nebraska. Just before a gen
eral election they are famous for
good promise, but afterwards as in In
diana, they return "like tho sow to
-The Press, of Nebraska City, has
been- exercising its' muscle for a few
days past on what it terms "the vil
lainous character of the new Treasury
law," and Bays the law "waa intended
to create a vacency," but that the
Treasurer "win not yield to this piece
of fcplte from his present enemies,"
The Press has "positive information
that it was intended aa soon hs Mr.
Sweet was out and their caudidate in,
that an extra session should be called
and the law repealed."
Now we object to insinuations of
thiii character, which are as prejudicial
to thoao who were not, as to those who
were the enemies of the present Treas
urer. We consider Mr. Sweet one of
our best State officers, and should feel
sorry to see him from desire or neccs
kMv rpfcicrn his norltion.
We hope the Prrug will bring to
light this "positive information," and
lotthe rmbhc know who "the enemies
of the Treasurer" arc. that wish to
force him to resign by the passage of
laws of a "villainous cnaractcr."
We once wrote to the Advertiser that
laws were being passed without due
cOrr5r'.era.tion. for . which we were
eoundly abused by the sapient editor
of the Commonwealth. So we will de
fer our opinion of this one which the
Fnr terms "villainous in us cuarac
A PRATER FOIl FUESIDEXT GHAUT
March 4, A. D. 1S69.
BY THS XXY. OBO. LAMBING TATLOB, X. D.
Oar Country's God, to the
This day wc bow the knee,
Thv V Implore
For bim", oar Nation's choice.
Called bv thy mfjrhty voW,
While millions, tree, rejoice
From shore to bore.
AVhen Freedom's traitor foe
In War's dread carnage rose,
When battles roartxt.
Thou, by hi mortal hand,
Iirlt nave F-arth's beacon land,
Till now. redeemed, we stand,
1'ralslng the Lord !
Thon hose Almighty p?wrT
Shielded In Ferl! hour.
Shield him in peace;
flavo from Ambition's poll,
' Rave from temptation, fell ;
Have him from earthand hell;
Let love Increase.
Note, rhile he swear Ood's oath,
While sea and Khore peal forth
Freedom's crent chant,
TTear, from Heaven's Armament,
With our glad thunder's rent,
' OOD BI.ESM OVR PRESinET!
tiOD BLESS OUK GUAXT!
From tho Record, (Beatrice,) we
learn that a meeting of the citizenn of
that lively town was held recently for
the purpose of taking steps to build a
college building to be under the con
trol of the M. E. Church. The Pre
siding Elder of this District, C. W.
GIddings, was present, and addressed
the meeting by invitation. A com
mittee of three were appointed to so
licit donations and subscriptions, and
a committee to attend the next con
ference and present, the matter for
Beatrice P. O. has been a money or
der office three months, In which time
there has been 143 orders issued, for
S3.8S6 60, and 31 paid, amounting to
The Rev. B. F. McNeil, has charge
of the editorial department of the Re
cord during the absence of Mr. Wes
ton. : . The President appointed the follow
ing Cabinet Officers:
Secretary' of State, Elihu B. Wash
burn, of Illinois.
Secretary of Treasurer, Alex T.
Stewart, of New York.
Secretary of Navy, Adolphe E. Bori e
Secretary of Interior, Jacob D. Cox,
Postmaster General, Jlo. A. J.
Creswell, of Maryland.
Attorney General, Eben R. Hoare,
Secretary of War, Gen. Schofield
The politicians find much fault with
the appointments thus made. The
people who have the good of thecoun
try ct heart, uncnimonsly approve the
President's judseraent in the selection
made. They, not being active poli
ticians themselves, have no old debts
to pay off with appointments to places
of trust and profit, but are' free to
choose those who will best serve the
public- Washburn, Stewart, Cox and
Cresswell have a national reputation,
and their antecedents are well known
to the country. Judge Hoare was for
many years the leading member of the
bar in Massachusetts, and for the last
few years has been one of the Judges
of the Supreme Court of that State.
lie is one of the old Free Soilers, and
i9 an inveterate enemy of fraud and
corruption. lie is fifty-three years of
age, and Is very a.bnoxiou9 to the whis
Mr. Borie, a retired Philadelphia
merchant, is a man of the strictest in
tegrity and of high standing. He has
for some time past been Vice President
of the famous Union League of Phila
delphia. He is a pronounced Repub
lican. The people of Pennsylvania
say his appointment is one of the best
that could have been made from that
All the Cabinet except Washburn
have telegraphed thanks and accep
tance. Neither the President nor Mr. Stew
art were aware that the law of Sept.
2d, 1789, establishing the Treasury
Department contained the following
Section 8. That no person appointed
to any office instituted by this act,
shall directly or indirectly be con
cerned or inteoested in carrying on the
business of trade or commerce. If any
person shall oflend against the prohi
bition of this act, he shall be deemed
guilty of high misdemeanor, and for
feit to the United States a penalty of
$30,O00f and shall upon conviction be
removed from office, and forever there
after be incapable of holding any office
under the United States.
Prominent lawyers have advised Mr.
Stewart not to qualify so long as he
was engaged in the importing busi
nei, unless the section 6hould be re
pealed. To remove this disqualification, we
find the following Senate proceedings :
Mr. Sherman then introduced the
following bill and asked its immediate
Be it enacted" that so-much of the act
approved Sept. 2d, 17S9, entitled an
act to . establish a Treasury Depart
ment, as prohibits the Secretary of the
Treasury from being concernta or in
terested in ' carrying on business of
trade or commerce be and is Hereby
repealed, but In no case shall the Sec
retary of the Treasury act on any
matter, claim or account in which he
Is personally interested.
The Vice President -Is there any
objection to considering the bill at this
Mr. Sumner I object; I think that
It ought to be most profoundly consid
Vice President The bill then is not
before the Senate.
The fact Is announced in the last
number of the Weekly Knoxville
Whig, which contains tho valedictory.
"The Whig, ajournal I have edited
for the last thirty years, now passes
into other and more able and vigorous
hands. As a member of the new com
pany, owning the office, I shall feel a
deep interest in the success of the en
terprise, and will do all in my power
to promote its success. In reviewing
my loug and eventful career as an ed
itor, I have this to say, that had I my
life to live over, I would pursae the
same course I have pursued, only
more so. If In past life I have been
violent on some occasions, my apology
Is that like the Apostle Paul, on many
occasions I have fought with "Beasts
at Ephesus." In taking my leave of
many of my readers, I will remind
them that lefore they were born their
G rents were subscribers of mine. I
ve, however, the consolation to
know that I have always taught both
K rents and children to hold fast to
e forms of sound doctrine ; and in
defending them I have lnvarably ut
tered the words of truth and soberness.
My friends I wish every possible suc
cess in all the undertakings of life.
Of my eneraie I have no favor to ask.
but ara will in 7 to let by-gones be by
laMP. W. G. IFOWNIVtr."
An act t4 enable Counties. Cities and
Precincts to borrow Money on their
Bonds or to issue Bonds to aid In the
Constrntlon or Completion of IVorlts
, of Internal Improvement In this Mate
and to legalise Bonds already issued
for incQ pnrpotd
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legii
lature of the State of Nebraska, That
anv county or city in the State of Ne-
I .TasK a is nereoy autnorizea to isue
bonds to aid in the construction of any
railroad, or other work of internal
improvement, to an amount to be de
termined by the County Commisioners
of such county, or City council of such
cifcv, not exceeding ten per centum of
the assessed valuation oi an taxable
property In said county or city : Pro
vided, the County Commissioners or
City Council shall first submit the
question of the issuing of such bonds
to a vote of the legal voters of said coun
ty or city in the manner provided by
cliapter nine of Revised Statues of the
State of Nebraska, forsubmitiugto the
people of a county the question of bor
Sec. 2. The proposition of the ques
tion must be accompanied by a provis
ion to levy a tax for the payment of
the principle and interest of said bonds,
in additional to the annual taxes, and
sufficient to meet the payment of the
the principle and interest of said bonds,
and to continue irom year to year,
until said bonds are paid. :
Sec. 3. The proposition shall state
the rate of interest such bonds shall
draw, and when the principle and in
terest shall be made payable.
. i i ii i
O KC. 4. upon a ruajonty oi uie votes
cast being in favor of the proposition
submitted, the County Commisioners
in a case of a county, and tlp City
Council in case of a city, shall cause
the proposition, and the result of the
vote, to be entered upon the record of
said county or city, and a notice or its
adoption to be publshed for two conse
cutive weeks in any newspaper in said
county, if there be one, and if not, then
without publication and shall thereup
on issue said bonds, which shall be and
continue a subsisting debt against such
county or city until they are paid and
Sec. 5. It-shall be the duty of the
proper officers of such city or count y to
cause to be annual v levied, collected
and paid to the holder ,of such bonds
a special tax upon all taxable property
within said county or city, suititient to
pny the annual interest, and finally to
pay the principle thereof, which tax
when levied-'shall be a lien upon all
of the taxable property in said county
or city, and shall be collected in the
game manner as the ordinary tax of
such county or city. ;.
Sec. 6. Any county or city which
snail have issued its bonds in pursuance
OI tnis act, shall be estopped from plead
ing want of consideration therefore,
and the proper officer of said county or
city may be compelled .by mandamu
or otherwise to levy the tax herein
provided to pay the same.
Sec. 7. Any precinct in any organ
ized county of this State shall have
tho privilege of voting to aid works of
internal Improvement, and be entitled
to all privileges con fered uon counties
under the provisions of this act; and
in such case the precinct elections
shall be governed in the same manner
as is provided in this act so far as the
same is applicable, and the County
Commif ioners shall issue special bonds
for such 'precinct, and the tax to pay
the same shail be levied upon the prop
erty within the bounds of the precinct.
Such precinct bonds shall be the same
as other bonds, but shall contain a
statement showing the nature of such
Sec. 8. All bonds heretofore voted
and issued b3' any county or city in
this State to aid in the construction of i
any railroad or other works of internal I
improvement, are hereby declared to;
be legal and valid, and a lien upen all
of the taxable property in such county
or city, notwithstanding any defect or
irregularity in the submission of the
question to. a vote of tho people, or in
taking the vote, or in the execution of
such bonds, and notwithstanding the
same may not have been voted upon,
executed or issued in conformity with
law, and such bonds shall bear the
same legal vilidity and binding force
as if they had been legally authorized,
voted upon and executed: Provided,
that nothing in this section nor in
this act shall be so construed as to le
galize or in any way sanction any vote
of the people of Nemaha County here
tofore had for the purpose of aiding in
the construction of any railroad, nor
any thing done by the County Com
missioners of said county authorizing
said vote or any thing done by them
In consequence of said vote.
At the residenceof the bride'B father, March
14th. bv Eld. Ira Moore. William Stoddard
and Miss Melinda Long.
At the name time and place, by the same,
Robert Bennett and Miaa Surah E. Long, all
of this county.
By the above it will be seen that Messrs.
Stoddard and Bennett (not John) delivered
two Moore Long Inatfirtrnls to the two Misses
Long-, on the same day that President Grant
delivered his to the pleople. Grant's Inau
gural was xhort. We hope that both the for
eign and internal policy of all the above will
reflect credit upon them and their posterity.
"Let's have Peace." ' .
On theSSth of February, ISCfl. by R. 3. Eur
kcss. Justice of the Peace, Mr. James It.
rockraan to Mrs. Jane Shrader, all of Purter
Township, Hichardson County Nebraska.
JOHN LAVIGNE will sell his im-
u proved farm one mile north of Wm. B
Phitlips's, in this coonty, eontaininir 40 ncrea of
j tracer ana I'zu acre r Improved Land,
wiib rood liuilUiiisrs, Orchard, Iledife Fences, and
IJvln Water, at f:e per acre. Time Riven on two
thirds th purchase monev. Will sell his farming
implements. 8 horses, : bead of cattle, 8 hogs, fowls
and crop on the grounds at same time. For further
particulars enquire of J uebee A. W. Monr&n, Brown
ville, or of the proprietor on the premises.
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A WORK DESCRIPTIVE OF
A WASHINaTOX CITY: its hizh and Its
low life; magnificent public edifice; hidden mys
teries; villftiiittfi and corruptions; the inside work
inps of the tioverument; and showing how money
is Squandered ; how public servant perform their
truntn; bow rinca art managed; bow oHi-'ials are
black-mailed ; how counterfeiting! carrielon : and
all anout temal lobby m mbera, bwtyeierics. e. it
is heautifully illustrated, and In the spiciest, mwt
thrillinc. entertaining. inatruillve. and startling
book of the drv. jeod for eircilar, with termt,
t-e, Adtlreos iOXES, JUXKIN CO., 16r South
uarK (street, CTilcao. li.
Gng Seed Prime, new, !I5 rer bushel.
Otan. ruaUt First elaaa, l.nno tl, H 000 fciS.
Hoot Graft- Apple, packed. 10,xxiu'X
tnllinfft Maple. J,iuif2 orX Everjrreens,tc
iirxipts orw l.OtBftrst claw Concords, fro.
Jio.r Iahliaa, (Greenhouse Beddng J'lauta, Xc,
Send in cent for three Bpring CuLUogueG,
Ground ope a. tend your onler ia
F. K. PiTONIX,
"nt Blooruington Nursery, Tit
OSAGE ORANGE BEEI.
Joet from Tezu. For sale by
No. 14 North 8Cond BU,
W ?T. LOTJI!. MO.
SPECIAL MEETING. .
We, the Inhabitants of DouRlaa Precinct,
Nemaha County, state of Jebraka. do. uni
tedly and severally consider tbe IjiwI' ln(U-
cutinu th? "Act passed oy our lateassem
termed "An Act to restrain skx'k from run
ning at large," as a most llaerant outran
our rizht8B8 citizens of the above nai
Precinct, and moreover, in open violation of
th (xmBtitut Ion or tlie fetate or Nebraska.
it solix-tf That we the undersigned will zeal
ouslyand unflinchingly opixwe theunlawful
ness and unconstitutionality of Burn law.
whenever and wherever, (WlULUn the limits of
the armvf narac.1 Precinct.) an yoi tne unaer
nlgned citizens shall he implicated In any
1. . 1 1 1
iaun relating mj sucn ueru law.
Jicsoived, Thut We mutually naxee that our
stock shall run at large as usual, takirrs Into
consideration thatsnch "herd law" Is Incon
sistent with our S:afe Constitution, and an
open ourriu;e uwn our rights and liberties.
JleaoU-etf,.Tliat w-ponjointly and severally
airree that in anv eae of stock being taken
up for trespass uiuTer such herd law telong-
lng to anv oi me unuerHlncu, nuwm mw
ally and 'financially support such law-suit
with visor and icctrrvtr
Jiexoli ed, That e willrwwe have hereto
fore done, comply ctjeernihy to the exactions
of the 'nlsht herd law," and do our utmost
In restraining our stock from running at
Tne foregoing resolutions wre unanimous
WILLIAM CLAREY, Tree.
P. S. Martin, See.
James Adamwn, )
Henry Harmon, a Com .-on Ilea,
Daniel Keardon. r
Dovfftas l'recinct, jS'cmaia Cbunty, Xebraika,
ZTarch V!h, 13(!9.
William C Clarey
Edmund H Bryant
Jesse Colo Jr
H J Snyder
Henry Hay smith
T H SSkec u
W Nickel son
John Hurley Sen
Georee Williams .
REGULAR GRADUATE OF
ii MEDICINE, an diploma at Office will
show, has been longer enKR1 In the treatment
Of Vr.SKHK.Al, SKXVAl. Hllfl rHIVATK DISEAS
ES than ftny other physician in tit. IjOUih.
Syph'vjis, (5oinrra;e, Gleet, Strirtnre.Orchitt!,
Hernia, and Rupture; all urinary Diseases and
skiu or Bones, are treated with unpnliliel-
Spermatorrhea. Sexual DebbtiHy and lmy
tency, as the result of nelf abus in youth, seiu
al excess in niaturer years, or ofb;r causes, and
which prodniM some of the follow inn effects, as
Jvocturual Kmissiens, blotches, debility, dizri
nes, ffimness of sinbt, confusion of idtus, evil
foreboding, aversion to society of -females, los
of memory and sexual pewer, anil ren'leriny
mxrriae improper, arc permanently enred.
The loctir'9 opimrtumtiea in hospital and
private practice tiro unnurpafsed in St. Lonla or
anv other citv. JUcfc files of St. .Louis papers
prove that he has been located here longer than
any other so advertising. The establishment,
library, laboratory and appointments, are un
rivalled in the west, unsurpassed anywhere.
A.ifC. wljh experience, can be relied opon, and
t ne doctor can refer to many physician through
out the eountrv. In past success and present
position he stands without a comiietitor.
The Writinc of a Physician rhoie rep
utatiou is I'liiitn-wiile tdiould
be .worth reading.
Doctor WntTTiER nnblishes a MeAical Itntwh-
let relating, tu venereal disease and the disiis
trou and varied consequence of selr-abusc that
will be sent to any address in a sealed envelope
for two stamps. Many physicians introduce pa
tients to the doctor after reading his medical
pamphlet. Communications confidential. A
friendly talk will cost you nothing. Ofilce cen
tral, yet retired No. 617 St. Charles street. St.
Louis. Mo. llour-j 9 a.ra. to 7 p.m. Sundays 12
to 2p.m. ii-y
DOUBLE DUIID CO n 13
P L O W.
HAVING JUST RECEIVED ALL
the neeevsary machinery for polishinp.
I wish to announce t- the people of Nemaha una
adjoin in i? counties, that I am uuw manufacturing
than Which there never wm a better plow made for
this coil. The following testimonials were unsolic
ited, ana pei ror themselves :
THIS IS TO CERTIFY. That we have used Bea-
1011 1 Celebrated liftubie ltninonit Corn
I low, aud tinu tbat it i nl hooiu In all kmcis or 'oil.
Mll UAliL I'.KURDAN,
U. W. 1HAXKMN.
J. II. riEASOV, Muufctor,
Oue Door Wet of Court House,
T AM NOW PREPARED. WITH
1 the best of Workmen and Machinery, to
manufacture all kinds of
and to repair all kinds of
M A OH I N E K Y.
AN EXPERIENCED HORSK-SIIOEK. al-
ways ready to accommodate the public.
JtS-SA TISFA CTIOX G UARAXTEED.-.
J. II. SEASON,
Oae Door West of Court ITonse,
mach-Km Brownville, yeb. '
Proposals for Railroad Ties .
OyriCK of the Midland Pactftc Railwav Co.
Nkkeanka Citv, Nei.. 1'ebruary 2, 19. f
PROPOSALS will be received at this
a. omce, up to March 20th, 1809, for
50,000 Radroad Cross Ties,
To be 8 feet lorn? and 6 by 7 inches if hewed, e by
s inches if sawed.
All ties to be barked, and to be of sound Thlte.
Post, Pin or Burr Oak, Black Walnut or other bard
wood timber, 111 the opinion ol the Engineer or Su
perintendent ot tbe company.
Kaid ti tobedelivered on track at depot srroundu
near the ievee lu .Xebriuika City, and to be cross-pilsd
Proposals will state price per tie and time of aeliv-
f-ry. K, M. ItOLFJO, creUry.
CIIAHLES XEIDUART & CO.,
Italian and American Marble
Tomb Stones Table Tops, Mantles, &e.
Main Street, betwen 6ih and 7th,
Having located permanently in this city, we shall
Veep on hand such a stock as will supply all the
Southern Nebraska ami orlh-
ALL WORK WARRANTED,
VTL ABOARD I "
m i . m - m
sr K h i.
wt -ITT! --w- --
Lg3ygr-y ' tnr
The Brownville Transfer line,
Under the managemeat of .
It now Untitling Kegular Ouiujbmses from
Bro-wnuvilleto the Railroad Terminus
. . of the Council BlnOg and St. Joseph Railroad,
At North. Star, Mo.,
Two Mllet from Browuvi lie and North Star Ferry
Good Omnibussea. Close Cotis.iotionr
3d-tf Charsea Moderate.
WOOLWORTII & COLT,
And Dealer In
Book, Stationery, Paper
No. 12, 24 St., St. Joseph. Ho.
CA SH PA ID FOR It A OS!
UNDERIIILL & EATON,
No. 2 City Buildings, St. Louis, Mo
Becond National Bank .St.Lonls. Mo,
Allen CoppA NIsbet, at. Lonis.Mo.
israncu bUite iiant of Iowa Dfbnaue 1
Johnston & Bacon, Bankers fXiladison Iat
;,v . . V' -..-A.iion, ill. I
lilalr A AtWOCKt- -Alton III. I
I art c Uo -vi M. . ' . . . I
DOUBLE DIAMOND C 0 R M P Lu 7
CU AS. e. McPncnsors's
ilEll ESTATE AGEnCY
FOR SALE IN THE
NEMAHA LAUD DISTRICT,
Having secured the 'serrloea of Mr. O. B.
WATERS, a first-class Civil Engineer and
Surveyor, am ready at all time to survey
Town Lots in this city, adjoining towns, or in
I any county in this Land District. Any one
wishing town lots or lands surveyed" corf ect
lv. at REASONABLE RATES, will fine it to
their advantage to call upoft "Mr.- Raters, at
the ' ' ' ' " ". .
Raincj &. "fc.ewti'' Store Room.
House and two lots on Main street, five rooms
plastered,' good well and stable. Will be
offered for the small sum of $1,500 cash.
House and one lot for sale. House is well
plastered and near business part of town.
Price $500. ,
; '.-. 1
Hoilse and four lots (plenl Id situation gar
den fenced fine view of IUver and Town.
House and two lots on Water street, one
Block from Main street, for 11,630. A bar
North East quarter of Sooth East quarter of
Section i, Town 4, Hange 14.
South East quarter of South East quarter of
Section 4, Town 4, Range 14.
North West qnarter of South East quarter of
Section 4, Town 4, Range 11.-
120 Acres, nine miles from Urownville, and
west or emtiha City, on the line of the
Brownville and Ft. Kearney Railroad, at a
bargain. $ j00 down, the" xtst' on one, two
and three yenrs time.
120 Acres No. 1 rralrie Land, jood: water, at
55 per acre.
40 Acres Iu Section 9, Township 4, Range 13.-
40 Acres In Section 27, Township 4, Range 11.
North-East quarter Section S, 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.
ISO Acres in Town a. Range 14,
610 Acres near Salem, at a bargain.
160 Acres in Section 11, Town 3, Range 14.
ISO Aerealu Section 35, Town I, Range 15.
40 Acres In Section 26, Town a, Range 15.
East half of South "West quarter of Section
South East quarter of Booth West qnarter of
Section 17, Town 1, Range 11. .
North West quarter Section 6, Town 2, Range
North West of North West qnarter 8ectlon
28, Town 2, Range 11.
1G0 Acres with some Timber and a Coal Mine
opened on the placer splendid Prairie, No. I
80 Acres No. 1 Prairie. .
W0 Acres In Town 6, Range 11 :'
Acre wlih splendid Sprin of water, run
mh 4 t r .
""s ier laroBginaepiace; xvobCtioase.
ttrlm.. r. V 1 a, w?
y.-' , tr; s.v a livsW ISM cnaAU. Trx fpA,Vim
TRt SPRING TEADE
18 6 0.
Many Merchanii who AeM, h lae eofcf Winter
day, aitipU ttint to look over their tCocii and their
book, etnd balance in their'oicn mind how much they
art actually worth, xoilX. no doubt, come to the. cemclur
tion tiat Vuy Want to make more, and have more f
the "NEEDFUL," at the dote of 1869. To strive for
wealth U eminently proper, and he U the ablest who
can do it, in the most honorable manner, with the least
expenditure, complication, texing trouble, and watt
ing ears. 7b do biuineii profitably and pleatanUy, a
Merchant ha to observe three ntie.
1st. T huy the
RIGHT GOODS !
.Atthe EIGHT PRICES If
At the RIGHT TIME! I!
id. Ib meet hi eligOUoni'petCally, "pijing
prompt" pieadeffyr the interest of thai Merchant with
the eloquence of a Daniel Wsbeter.
id. Teeut down hi expenses, swrua llr vi is
a dollar earned," and it enable one to tell to mueh
Wt speak in praise of those rule, for we have tried
them, and find them to be Vie enly tnean to a successful
mereanHle tareer. t- ' -T '
BEHOLD I W art not occupying a grand up-town
Brick, with shelve full of Winter StneJt, bvt are ecen-
27 Main Street,
Between Levee and First,
Oue twojtoort are heavily laden with most desirable
goods, consisting of
Hosiery and GIvs.
; Shirt Fronts,
Collars eX. Suspenders
Zephyr Wool and")
Via all Colon,
Woolen Yarns, )
, Corsets and Skirts, wv :
Coat's and Dark's Threads,
American Beat Spool Cottons,
of which we have all numbers and colors,
Sewing and Embroidery Silks,
Rumings d: Tape Trimmings,
Star, Crochet A Skirt Braids,
lpaea Braids, and a full line of
811k, Milan and Alabama Braids.
A TVLL LUTM Or
AND FURNISHING GOODS.
I2T TA CTi everything that belong to a fret elate
Clothing, Hosiery, Taney Good and Motion Jlevse,
which ha been purchased for CASH, to the very best
adtrantage, and will be sold at a very small advance to
Cash and Prompt Paying- Customers whose patron
age we respectfully solicit; a U is our cherished own to
make their transaction with us both profitable and
A. HAY & CO.'S
A'o. 27 Main Street,
Eetwe-en Levee and First,
ORDERS BY MAIL
or otherwise will receive prompt
attention, and are invoiced at the tame
price at if pertonall telectedt
DEPOT OF MUSIC!
P. L. HUTTSTT tz. SON,
iro. 9 Tonrth. Street,
ST . JOSPH, 31 O.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
m - r iii i T ' " "
Checkering & Son's Pianos
Vhicli ware awarded tho
Cross of ths LEGION o HOtfOR,
FIRST GOLD MEDAL
AT PAITIS EXPOSITION, 1S67.
WM. XUTADE & Cflt.,
II A I. LET, DAVIS & CO., a-it
NEW YORK UNION CQ
It II fm ' I -I ' II - nO ! 1 I r":,;r,r w" fruictpal rrcri'l. an-h. ..- - Ifyr
Aatiooalitombination & Cabinet m;ms:m
' Irlason & Hamlin's
All orders should be addressed to
JAMES R. DYE, ASent,
Pern Livery Stable.
A.11 ICIntlst or .Stoel.
Horses Bought, Sold, or Exchanged.
Stock Hoarded by the Day or
MY STABT.Kfl are stocked with sood Hors-s rd
bujrijlefl. Perrons wtshlne eonreynce to any por
tion or mm peruana uuia iisunct can re accomino-
Pern &z Brownville Coach
leaves my Btables every mornin at 10 o'clock A.
M. I'a-'seDjrer or packa9 ia!lT coaveve!. t-
Aern left with the PostraRslen will be promptly at-
eaum W. . ti-.ii-iY
9 wm "S'l street, oppo;te
'jyTi L McPherson's
51 READY MADE
i i CLOTI2IG!
Also Agent for
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.!
Ben. lioGEits, Proprietor,
Xos. Si and 84 Slain Street '
Dealer In all kinds of stuck. Horses bought,
sold and exchanged, istoek boarded by the
dav or week.
The Propritor has recently erect el an entire
new, larpe and eominodeous wtabJe, near the
old Brownville House. Hi.s stock is all fresh
and vehicles new. Tlie public can be accom
modated at all hours, , , .-
DAY OH- IS'IOIIT.
A stock corrall. with an abundant supply
of pure water, attachetl to the stable. -4-ly
" :.r:..43".r Wonld reopectfunv
T-.r. . -. i announretha,
rv" rf .4lo.-MteditiBr
.f'. 'CW v toperforni.in
; 'yyl-;, ovs:.Q?' manner, A I-
-T .-3 announeethat h )v
ations pertaining 10
-. lisr the ici;uce of Le:i
. - s- tlatry.
Ornca Over City Drug Store, Iront room. l:tf
H. TSAHE 5s CO.,
Advertising Agents, Chicago.
Art aidhnrited to receive Adver
tisement for this paper, at our Inveett
rate, and art Agtntt f.rr all Xewrpa'
pert in the U.S. and "Terrilorie.
7n .1. y
g j I I " ITS
Sis if J
l 1 1 1 - 1 . . -f i 1 in 'l ii
Si ' ! I v' va mssm
J ft W HI BHESSK6.
ga lyfthkm one
I i JW Xm BOTTLE
L " X 2ci I j LI
. r na,., j , ..111:7.1,. rv t,l(.p 'c-,
to MeVann & MetcsUf. 1aie.( iC, ",en t,
said ini of 72. up.,n wh,,h,, tf'u
n,-. iu uic iuui..it or IiirT-na . ? ',
fallows: November i i.vi't ""-i'-i,"
ru'it 1-ttU, eleven ai.d :i-m,dn l",;n ' '
following lieribed real es;ut 7; !: x
tlie above leserib"J I
".1m. aftPTeT V"""'
notice. and niakean
interest of saitl T'vfrr tliprp;
area or inoT-ae. an-1 o,
rtiiespHl an! ,nt. resf thut nr . ""J
i.er wuii th cts of i.ir i,''," 0' ij
; ' v (,.!
i i.n o.-',.
ut v L'tii, A.u. !:, 1 iifsi , ,
j.h true, nudjuanifii: rvh-r J.'14 -'n T
MOTICE OF INCOl:rop,V
i.s Pursuant to tii- f nnr..Y
statute In such fus prov!(tol ':r!":,i
en to Rll wtnihi it may I'l.nf.'rn ! 1 '-
erjrnnize! ami i:iiirnor t-l J. ! ""
( 'ountv of "-nip.ii.- ervl M.i'ei.r' v ' -rtook
("onipany. nn-l.-rth tai,,,
anl CK' i l'tllow's 1:
vilte,- N bHv"k." The j-ih-i. ,j u" '' .
Company is atl'.rowr.viHe. ! a.. ,1 '
ha, and stare of X-'hiaska. Ti.o V'.'',"' '
ur-n nrniei ior tn p-.irjiosp .; f.rM'.- i
a b!iilftiti to r!it for ,, . ' ' .
r-y by tli- a"l oH-rnof M...,i'H
tiieir iAl- n-!iis. tvitii hi: ac..,.. '.'
of fx t)ious.i:;il lotr-i, -xi'ii t:.-"' f. ' - ,,
of .Mana:i-rH to inere-s. t.ie si',.''.'..'"
acnption to nine tlu usaini. , " ' -,
increased by vue o, th- t. ,
thouano ; to inW) i:i
tii iiuhrtl of l;in.if r. i . ! '
ins in January, l:. v.r.d termin .1
pletion or' the tmiMui. an.i ,L. , '
nient aro made lor the iuar:u-c'
Corporelion t air time tan 1, j -.TTN
four tho'iHHnU dollars.
Tb mTitirsof s: t 1 .rr'ra; ..n sr-1, v
bvalioaM of Mas-ner. o.-.!,..t .' "
SrvUrr, Tre.nurer. "i lw.. ; i.r .
By ordr of B'Xir J of firi-u:-" " -O.
it. :-!. t--rr
J AH. l:. Hv KI-
B. U d
A f 1
lEo. V. f,- H----
Jui Arch hold, vs. Win. Yin, 1
Harmon. District Court, 'eu:;i: a tm'.:.' '
tember Term. ly. -
ToWm. Vinrent nrtd f:orr-o tt,, . .
hereby notitleJ that tli-ai.o t , u;i tt . ,
comnirDetHl an action asn:rit ' i'!n w'
named court, for the iwiwri- (CTr i
riWn deilar. ii'ie;- Iv.'-.l. . . .. .
that your property, tiiv:l-tlici-;
west qiartf r, mid tii iiv.rti- w-r ij i -'
went otiarter. ef et:on S'. :(-.n
naansl, Utetnt-w;t!i n irr. mi..i rv.
attiK'hed pnierto void to shIi-;'-.- t, cN '.
Ji(.X.iA.N t Ail1':;
CTKAY XOTICE.-Tafr. ;-
O un.lcrsirruP'I. m his f.r: ;. f-vt:..'
of Uniwi) vilif. one tiir e v-ur t-.: rr. "2
I amltiitea left ear. ap.ili,a ;rr! .-..,'iri ,
oneeal! near a year oli, f tn.v r-' 1
"it Pl)"r lT'( "
col uui i
C4nlldln, Glazing, Paperlisnyj;
Ifo. 15 Zlzln Street,
(One door est r.f ITaik i V. z - I
lucenswareunil ciroc.-r.- i,:. 21W
BKOWVri.LE, Elli'.A-L l-Mt 8i :
LOUI3 V7ALDTE -e t.,
nlft-tf 1 -1 ,
t roy,l j
a full 1
.. XH-tilers la
JFardircrc, S'-yvcs. T:ini--rcK'
Hardware, Strut, Tiii"cr
Hardware, Sfovr, Tint case. -
tbe t f
t'n 1! '
Pi'.fffyurn Iron aud V"-,..-
J'ift-ifyura Jroa and Xai't,
PittvLury Iron and A t ';. ' .
J' hV -'
Charter OaJ: S'O'-rs, -Charter
Charter Oak Meets, ' '
Besides a'ftill awortnient of cvt'""..
lu a first flu-.
? ' -ill rub '
!''"'" band I
Which irill be sold ax low a
It eloi :
To all v:ho favor vi irh n
. . . lira
"w, t fn tin
vov. a rj:: y.uv. t rret:
GOODSPEED'S fiOLDF.' FQI ST -
rv it rrr;.' ;rr :.i-t : ;ta ( sii
-- T The i
IT VKTTI:h IOO LINK.- AT
All who i-e tln-in u' :i
ei'mlly vi'il Hilaotei to ll,r ,t'ira ,., a
never fwl to tdvr turfeet sativi-,. r n.
purr:iiilw-'I to arir. to ; "
AtMresa , U. if. ol' v ' ' "fcital
r'-:,t" U?(i.a.-.iVr. --.t.. li--;" iv rH,;
' HALL'S HB
t 1 . r.
1 r; u-ti 1
1 - 1
- rt w m .
preparation ot 1 J u,, .,
EEST0EE3 aa 'T
GRAY f'n merit. B? f-'-
tjrlw-ll llli " -reatt
restored to its
'youthful color ar.i s!c't
liancv. whica K
I- h f In 'I
nPTflTCTAT .vlmirccl by all.
pn. pp jwhosehairiitliiaor;:
LULlTt, out wiH, by lie y ;u m, ;
.... Tlieo. '
leflects, .15, by its e .
land the bair'gro
. : t ar '
71 -,7 J,- it X1' Jaev! '
a new growth xSvl.: x
follicles are destroyed- PVf r u
lis cooling, aud '
Ltcbinsr anti irnt
tbe scaip. it-5C,i:;;.;
tLo fckin as Cio bfcJ" i,,- .
makes the scalp wl!i:.cato:"
.1 -nnE?" u'-
THICKEN it"-3't!e it !rn;:
jeconomic.il preji-'vnv. .
the worlJ, as la
last so much kfi'r- "..'a r.i:
LOCKS! hair, free to all.atTu.
i- ujiiAVrn. -
Sold by HI DruajIsU nd Eealrs ia
coon, cocunn &
Geal Ants for llorth-Vesr -u-c.
T EGAL NOTIcr? V-
AJ Trus-ee of Mcfanr t ,'f'il V" "
Horace Metealf. t,. t"hA-nt M' :'t -Cron
In inter- .r-Vn5n"n pj-
The beim anrl mA 't
Crocker, defendanu in N lm'Av, - -notice
tht the piip. r : .,.i10v.- , ?s
ty,Nra,ka. a-nn rV - T;.
cen.a deedof trust LerSui?, Ju , T J
Crocker now deeeasc(t. n jZ -- -tbe
sum of one Imn- mJ" t i,
twoDunareutJu dollar : S
. .11 tt c n u abn ... - ' -.11 LI'...
m-rtion nmter Hveri ,7,. iD
(t). ot ranH nurnber ri:'tt.-.n ,i" "n nj
principHl Marifi:nn. and d;a-! kt'', -r
ditirnel that it' Uie s.u.i siun or .., '"at ' . i
to McCann A MfUj:ron the r'J.'-'"r
I s II I
CITY m;uu f''K's.,,
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