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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1869)
J. S. CHURCH, Editor.
THURSDAY MORNJMl, JUNE 10, 1.!!).
There will be a public sale of Gov
; crnment land at Beatrice, commen
cing July 8.
The Iron Foundry at Nebraska City
has suspended operation, and the
property has been sold to satisfy mort
Hon. J. E. Larnasters, collector of
Internal Revenue, gave us a call this
" week. He was in thfs city attending
to hi3 official-business.
ThVriattsmouth Ferryboat passed
i!p on Tuesday of thi3 week. It is
said to be a very Etaunch boat, and
Veil fitted for the purpose intended.
The telegrams inform us that O. II.
Irish, of Nebraska City, has been ap
pointed a Consul to Dresden. We
shall be pleased to hear that this is
true. The Colonel is a man of marked
ability ; of unquestionable morals ; a
firm friend and supporter of our State
enterprises, and will reflect honor up
on himself and the State In his official
duties at the commercial port of Dres-.
Jol. Majors has removed the office
tf Assessor -of Internal Revenue to
Brownville. He will hereafter be
found over the Postoffice, on Main
street, where all who have business in
Lis line will find him or his clerk,
ready to transact the same to the satis
faction of all concerned. S. P. Tuttle,
Assessor for this division, also holds
his office in the same building. Wills
Majors, with his gentelmanly man
ners und bearing, 13 with the Colonel,
tind altogether, they are heartily wel
comed by the business men of Brown
ville. . We learn from A. W. Frank, of
Ohio precinct, near Elmore, that
Itich&rdson county had voted 41 ma
jority in favor ?t giving aid to the
Trunk and Nemaha Y!lky Railroads.
Since the above was in type we have
seen dispatches from parties in Ne
braska City, to Col, II' W. Furnas,
of this place, which indicate that the
above Information is substantially cor
rect. Col. Faraas has gone to Itulo to
attend a meeting of the Trunk It. It.
Co., and it is expected that arrange
ments will be there made to enter up
m the workof building the road im
tnedlately. In traveling from Brownville to
"Lincoln, one is never out of eight of
the three-horse-abrest breaking teams.
Every hill, valley and hillside i9 dot
ted with them. The roads are being
ploughed across, and the traveler Is
vexed that new roads are forming,
winding to the north or west long dis
tances out of the way, only to be again
lnterefered with by the "coming man"
with his plough and team. All this
reminded us that provision was made
for a State road from Long's Bridge,
In Nemaha county, up the Little Ne
maha to Linoolu. This should be
surveyed and established soon, so that
when a road is once made it will be
permanent. Who are the Commis
sioners? and when will they com
men ce ?
. We accompanied Judge Adams and
Col. King, of Quincy, to Rockjort,
Mo., on their Railroad mission. The
jeople at and near Phelps City, are
All alive to the Importance of immedi
Ate and direct railroad connection
tGeorge Harmon, one of the ablest
and oldest farmers in Atchison coun
tyt informed us that it would be easier
to carry' a vote for $-300,000 to the rail
road now, than it was a hundred
thousand a year ago. Since that time,
the St. Joe & C. B. Road has been
built through the county, and has de
monstrated practically the correct
ness of the figures made during
the campaign, which secured a favor
able vote one year ago in that county.
A meeting was held iu Rockport on
Monday evening of this week. Dr.
Dunn was called to the Chair. The
meeting was addressed by the gentle
men from Quincy, and we are satis-
lied that those present look upon the
enterprise iu a favorable light Reso
lutions were passed to thi effect, and
the meeting adjourned until Saturday
of this week, to further consider the
Brownville is now offered an Eas
tern Railroad connection by men ear
nest in their efforts and untiring in
their zeal to build a road from Quincy,
In Illinois, to some point near Ft
Kearney, in Nebraska. The business
men of Quincy see that such a road is
an absolute necessity to supply her
growing wants, and vtmtbe built, not
fuxxiG time hence, but now. It is well
for Kruwnvillo and the intermediate
point between it and Quincy, that
they h&re an ally of so large a xnonicd
Influence, &nd one so deeply impressed
with the absolute necessity that such
road shouLd be built as they have in
ibe-municipality of Quincy. Jf the
energy, character and public spirit of
the business men of Quincy are to be
measured by what we see in Judge
Adams and Col. King, then an? we
assured that the road will be speedily
constructed. However much the
wants of the settlements this side of
the Mississippi River may demand
Railroad outlets. Still tfrr road could
not be built immediately. We have
hoped much from the M. & M. R. A.
L. R. R-i but from the very fact of its
circuitoun route, and its heavy grades,
it deprives itself of that assistance east
of the river which any road West must
bare to secure success. So we grasp
at once hold of the stralghter line
which secures the influence we most
ricd aad must have to build the road.
Now wo rvally hope the people of
Nemaha cauuty will not be backward.
The Trunk rad U offered its and a
road East and West is offered us. Let
there be no dividing counsel. We are '
as confident as we live that the dcfp&t
of the one is the defeat of the other,
both must go along together. Nema
ha county can ?.t lea?t tender $100,000
to each hud be tha richer for it when
loth are finished, These are splen
did opportunities and lot us avrii our
fcelves of all the benefits they tender
It will be seen by reference to one
of the tables in the present Issue, that
the Railroads running through coun
ties in the State, are ascwed for taxa
tion at the rate of $17,000 per mile
Now we will suppose that the Trunk
Road was completed through Nemaha
county, the estimated length of which
is thirty-three miles, and the east anc:
west road, the length of which is esti
mated at twenty-five miles. We wil
then have 5S miles of road at $17,000
per mile, making in all $980,000, which
if taxed, as it will be, as other property
is taxed, will yield to the county, rev
enue for all purposes the sum of $29,
5S0. If we give to both roads what is
now contemplated, the sum of $250,
000. drawing eight per cent. Interest
the county will be required to pay an
nually, to meet the interest, to tli
bond holders, the sum of $20,000'. Tha
is, the roads themselves would pay
$9,810 more into the Couuty Treasury
annually than the county would be re
quired to pay out, which said las
sum, if applied annualy in liquidation
of the bonds, the county would, in
twenty years, pay off the principa
and interest of the bonds by the ordi
nary taxes received upon the property
of the road. So that the project of
giving $2-30,000 to two roads amounts
to noihing more than to agree not to
tax the two roads for twenty years.
We believe tliis to be perfectly true
that the county could give these two
roads $2oO,(X)0 now, and pay the same
in twenty years, without its even in
creasing the tax of a single residen
by a single mile.
These facts are plain, and you have
but to refer to the assessments o
Douglas, Sarpy, Buffalo, Colfax, ic
to be convinced. No man would oppose
these appropriations if he believed the
above facts, because every object in
ducing oposition would be removed,
and men at this enlightened age are
not agoing to be controled by envy, or
prejudice as against the public good.
Rockport is still progressing. W
noticed in our recent visit there, many
new houses; among the more note
worthy is the M. E. Church, which is
nearly , finished, and the German Lu
thern Church which is well under
way. The contract ha3 been recently
let for building, in Rockport, a Union
School building for the necomniDda
tionof the advanced scholars in the
township. The cost of this building,
when finished, is estimated at $10,000.
The Rockport House, by D. Snyder,
i3 one of the best kept houses in the
west. Guosts who stop there are well
eared for at a reasonable charge, and
leave the house with a happy remem
brance of Rockport. A well conduct
ed hotel docs more to favorably im
press the traveler with the village and
surrounding country where he tempo
rarily stops, than most people imag
Although trade Is somewhat dull at
this season of the year, yet we found
Messrs. Hunter & Hurst, Messrs.
Buckham, Shelters & Co., Messrs
Dcuser Bros, and Messrs L. &. J.
Saunders doing a good business.
Mr. McCreery has full swing in the
Journal office, as Mr. Dopf has full
outside business. Mr. McCreery was
busy setting up tho delinquent tax
We found Durfee & McKillop busy
in their Land Office, but not so much
so but that they could find time to de
vote to Railroad matters.
Ve attended the great sale of lots in
the City of Lincoln on last Thursday
and Friday. There were presentabout
three hundred persons to invest in
lands and town property. These per
sons represented capital at their im
mediate disposal estimated at about
$1,000,000. The sales commenced brisk
and continued active and upward for
the two days named, in which time
$78,000 worth of lots were disposed of.
i ne range being iroru two to seven
hundred dollars per lot, some business
lots selling by private parties at $1000
each. The vast crowd of men and
bo-s, horses and carriages, followed
the auctioneer from lot to lot as the
sale progressed, and the bidding was
very spirited, and as the Reverend
Professor Miller, of Cass County,
would cry "I'll see the amount five
better," or, "I'll go rive better," those
present reconed the Elder held a good
The monies arising from these srdes
are to be used to build the University
building and the Insane Asylum at
Lincoln, for which provision was made
The Improvements in and around
Lincoln made since last winter are
not extensive. A few buildings have
been commenced, and those on which
work wassuspended by the cold weath
er last fall and winter are now com
pleted. At tho invitation of the Auditor and
Secretary quite a number were provid
ed with livery teams and drove to the
Salt Works of Messrs. Tichenor fc
Griffin, a distance of near two miles
from the town. The basin has the ap
pearance at a distance of being cover
ed with water but on a nearer approach
it is found to be nothing but black mud
for the breadth and length of over a
section of land. At nine o'clock at
night the brine flows over this mud to
the depth of from two to ten inches,
and during the day it settles away out
of sight. The proprietors of the Salt
Works by A system of ditches and
dams. succeed in confining several
acres or brine iiurmg tne uay time
above the ground in a prepared basin,
which, being not over three or four
inches deep, is subject to evaporation
by the sun. When first run into this
prepared basin the brine contains only
about thirty per cent, of suit, by night
the evaporation has been so strong
that S;il t is deposited at the bottom.
The brine being then more than twice
as strong as at lirst is pumped up into
a large tank and from thence to the
large boilers where, by a few hours it
is manufactured" into the finest Salt
weaver saw. The want of railroad
tran.snortatioa alone prevents the Lin
coln fcsilt Works from supplying the
entire wes.t with Salt. The B. & M.
B. railr-icA l.y agstraetit, will be in
Lincoln by the fall of 1S70 ready for
tho lnwness, smd the M. & P. railroad
are tertuiu (they think) to reavh th;re
by July 1S70. We hope they may.
Lincoln has a future before her which
looms up grand and magnificent.
The Capitol, and other State build
ings, the Salt works, her rich fut
rounding country, and above all her
prospective railroads are bound to
build up, in the near future, a thriv
Judge Adams and Col. King, o
Quincy, visited our city on lastSatur
dav as a committee appointed by the
business men of that city, charged
with the important duties of discuss-
ing with our people the feasibility o
organizing a company to build a road
from Qui ncv to some point on the
Missouri river in a direct line with
Ft. Kearney, A meeting was called
and was addressed in a very earnes
manner bv both the eentlemen. the
minutes of whicL we print elsewhere.
The meeting was Iarcre and enthusi
astic, and responded to the gentlemen
in a very cordial spirit. Committees
have been appointed which are now
earnestly at work to advance the ob
jects and aims which these gentlemen
said were necessary to put the ball in
motion. We hope that great good
may be the result. A good east ana
west road through our county has been
a scheme for which we have work
pd hard and late and are willins ana
anxious to work more earnestly than
ever, convinced as we are that it is so
immensely for the publie good. And
in this grond project we trust that we
will have the cooperation and undivi
ded assistance of every earnest man in
Brownville, Neb., June 4, 1869,
It having been published during
the dav that Messrs. Geo. Adams
and Geo. S. King, of Quincy, were in
the city to confer with our citizens up
on the subject of practical co-operation
in constructing the Quincy and Ne
Earlv in the evening our citizens
commenced assembling in the. Court
Room, and contiuued pouring in un
til all seats were filled, and spaces else
where jammed with standing men.
Meeting called to order by Judge
A. W. Morgan, on whose motion Hon.
E. W. Thomas was chosen Chairman.
Mr. Thomas not being present, on
motion of Dr. MePherson, Hon. J. S.
Church was called to the Chair, and
on motion of Col. S. M. Rich, J. H.
Broady was elected Secretary.
Col. Adams, of Quincy, was intro
duced by the Chairman, and proceed
ed in a business like manner to illus
trate their mission here the inestim
able value of the proposed railway,
and the general result of determined
efforts which Brownville'and vicinity
The speaker's zeal, and the repeated
hints of applause from his audience,
created a reciprocal injection of enthu
siasm from the one to the other, cul
minating in a glorious narrative of
Quincy's proud experience in rail
roads, and a grand picture of the
future of tho country and the river
cities along the line of the road, des
tined to be part and parcel of the Air
Line Railway across the continent;
the direct highway from ocean to
Col. King, then being introduced
by the Chairman, began .with a mo
tive zeal that formed affinity in every
mind, to explain just what they;
wautcd and expected from Brownville
and vicinity. Said it was not a Ne
braska City road. No city in Nebras
ka could as yet "claim it. Read the
proceedings already had in Quincy.
Showed by the names connected with
the movement, that Quincy is invin
cibly on the move that her brainsand
her wealth are enlisted in the cause;
and through continuous applause,
pledged to the work the energies and
the capital of Quincy, whose hands
are extended to clasp Brownville, the
vounc river city on the direct route
from Quincy to the junction of the
Pacific Road and Rocky Mountains.
Dr. MePherson being called, even
surpassed himself in the animation
with which he urged the necessity of
vigorous prosecution of the work.
Col. R. W. Furnas being called,
very deliberately, but with full ani
mation, sanctioned the movement
and favored the appointment of dele
gates to Kirksville.
Sen. T. W. Tipton being called,
briefly addressed the meeting in full
sympathy with the enterprise, and
closed by moving that when this
meeting shall adjourn, it adjourn to
meet in the Court Room next Monday,
June 7th. at 2 o'clock P. M., which
motion was carried.
Pursuant to motion carried, Chair
man appointed as committee on reso
lutions to be reported at next session
of the meeting, MessrsI J. L. Colhapp,
II. C. Lett, J. W. Blackburn and T.
Pursuant to motion carried, Chair
man appointed as committee to select
thirteen delegates to the Kirksville
Convention and to report same at next
seesslon of this meeting, Messrs. S
M. Rich, A. P. Cogswell and Jonas
Taken all in all, the meeting for in
terest, enthusiasm and determination
to work outstripped all other similar
efforts ever had in Brownville.
On motion meeting adjourned, all
ablaze for the Quincy and Nebraska
Rail Road from Quincy to Brownville.
J. S. CHURCH, Ch'n.
J. H. Broady, Sec.
Pursuant to adjournment, meeting
convened with the Court house full to
overflowing, and presently the Quincy
and Brownville road had its King.
It being announced that the chairman
was at work along the line over the
river, Judge A. W.Morgan was call
ed to the chair, J. II. Broady, Secre-
Committee on resolutions, through
J. L. Colhapp, chairman, reported
Wkeiieas, It has been made mani
fest to us tluit the citizens of Quincy,
., and intermediate counties in
Missouri, are making an effort to or
ganize a company for the construction
of a railroad from Quincy west to some
point on tne Missouri; and
Whereas. It is flls contcmrdatiMl
to continue said line from the west
bank of the Missouri river to a con
nection with the Union Pacific Rail
Road at or near Ft. Kearney ; and
Whereas, Brownville is on an ex
act air line from Quincy, 111. to Ft.
Kearney, Neb., and
Whereas, A delegation consisting
of Geo. Adams and Geo.. S. King, of
Quincy, has been sent out to lay the
facts tfore those counties end towns
interested, and to enlist their co-operation
in the enterprise, and
Whereas, A railroad convention
has been called, of those interested, to
meet at Kirksville,-Mo., then form
a company and set the project in prac
tical operation ; and :
Whereas, we deeply feel tne im
mense benefits which r will result to
Nemaha county by being upon a rail
road, which, when completed, will be
the great continental central railway
of the United States : therefore
Resolved. That we. as citizens of
Brownville and Nemaha county, do
pledge to the above named enterprise
our heartiest support, Dotn in our in
dividual and corporate capacities, or
any other enterprise assuring us of an
eastern connection with some point on
the Mississippi river, and
Resolved, That a delegation be ap
pointed by this meeting to meet - with
the Convention at Kirksville. Mo., on
the 24th, to there assist in the organi
zation of a company, and do such oth
er acts as may, in their judgment, seem
best for the interest of this people.
Resolved, That the commissioners of
Nemaha county be requested to sub
mit a proposition to the voters of said
county to donate $2-50,000 to aid in the
constructien of railroads in and
through said Nemaha county: $132,
000 for a road running through said
county, north and south, and $118,000
for a railroad running west of the Mis
souri river through said Nemana
Resolved. That we urge upon the
Convention which is to meet at Kirks
ville, Mo., to consider at their meet
ing the organization of a company for
the immediate construction of a
through railroad from Quincy, HI., to
a junction with the Union Pacific
Railroad, or a continuation with the
road already formed in this county.
J. L. Colhapp.
T. W. Bedford.
J. W. Blackburn.
H. C. Lett.
On motion report received andeom
Motion to adopt discussed by Messrs.
Bedford, Rich, Colhapp, MePherson,
Tipton, Holladay, Blackburn Steven
son, Lett, Porter, Crane and Cogswell,
while intense enthusiasm prevailed.
On general call for question, Chair
man arose and announced that the
vote would then be taken and that all
favor of the resolution would express
the same by saying "yea f when the
whole room resounded with yea, yea,
yea, m a whirlwind of excitement,
while the din of shouts, stamping and
clapping of hands shook the Court
House from pillar to . dome. When
order was restored, the Chairman an
nounced that all opposed to the reso
lutions would express the same by
saying yea, followed by a curious still
ness that seemed to have launched all
into the fombs, or even in shades be
yond them. At length silence was
broken by the Chairman's announce
ment that the resolutions were unani
mously adopted, and a railroad hur
rah succeeded by quickening smiles,
leaving of seats, mingling of congratu
lations all in one conglomerated con
fusion beyond the control of the pre
siding officer. The grayest headed,
were aroused with the prospect of yet
livinu here at the intersection of the
"Nebraska Trunk" with the shortest
railway from ocean to ocean.
Committee to appoint delegates to
he Kirksville' Convention, through
8. M. Rich, chairman, reported as
John S. MePherson, F. A. TisdeJ,
A. S. HoI!ada Dr. J. W. Blackburn,
T. W. Tipton H. C. Lett, J. L. Car
son, t. W. Jieutorti, A. W . Moriran,
Jarvis S.'Church, Wm. II. Hoover, R.
W. Furnas, A. J. Bitter, J. R. Lar-
kin, John Barnes, Andy Tynan, Cap
tain R. V. Black, John Crow, Robert
Dillon, John C Deuser, Henry Stem
man, H. O. Minick. '
All of which is most respectfully
Through the kindness of the Hon. John Gillespie, Auditor of State, and
his gentlemanly clerk, we. were permitted to compile the following table
from the reports of the various County Clerks In the State, of the assessment
rolls of their several counties, made for the year 1SC9, -
Last year the total valuation of the Real and Personal property of the
State was $33,000,000. This year it will exceed $-,OCO,000.
S. 31. Rich.
. A. P. Cogswell.
On motion report -received and
adopted, ami A. P. Cogswell and S
M. Rich added to the list of delegates
Pursuant to motion, carried, Chair
man appointed, as committee to ,pre-
sent these proceedings to the people of
every portion of the County -and se
cure their ratification, 3Iessrs. J.- L
Colhapp, T. W. Bedford, A. P. Cogs
well. J. Hacker. Ai S. Holladay- J.
W. Blackburn and Theo. Hill.
On motion each delegate to Kirks
ville was instructed to procure a sub
stitute in case he was "prevented from
attendance; and in case the full num
ber was not present at Kirksville,
those present were instructed to cast
the full vote for all.
On motion the meeting adjourned,
and each one went home lelieving
himself to be a happier and a better
A. W. MORGAN, Ch'n.
J. H. Broady, Sec.
Some of the business men of this
State arc in the habit of ordering their
printing by large quantities in the
Fast and small quantities at .home,
and then seem, astonished "because
the?' have to pay more proportionate
ly for the $ina(C orders at home than
they do for the large ones East.
1 housands of dollars per year sent
East for printing that might just as
well le executed here. We have just
as good printers in Omaha as can be
found East and can do work just as
cheap provided the work is riven to
us in &s larrc orders.
For instance: one of our merchants
or Bankers will require say $-5X) worth
of printing jer year he visits the
East twice a year and between each
visit he notes down the number of
cards, letter heads, bill heads, tc,
&c, he will need during each cominsr
six months, bcinrj vcr careful to send
no trork to the ojjiec ofhuoirn city that
ne can ao icunout.
Upon his arrival in some Eastern
city he gives a large and for the very
reason that the order was a large one
and the order at home was very fmall
he is ahlvj to show a little difference
in favor of the eastern .work in price
and nothing c.c
Had he taken a' of lm work In larac
quantities to any cHice in this city he
could have had it at iust as low tiriees
and the money would return to him
in the way of trade. Republican,-
U. S. ArroiNTEENTS. A disnateh
to Hon. John Taffe from Washington.
recoived yesterday, announces to
appointment of Mr. J. T. Hoile. of
Richardson county, as U. S. Marshal,
vice C. E. Yost removed. .Mr. Hoile
is a member of the present State Leg
islature. The despatch also announ.
ces that Mr John B. Furay, of this ci
ty has been appointed as Mail Sn
intendent of Omaha. Omalia Republican.
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SCHOOL LAXD SALE.
NOTICE is hereby given that by vir
tn of :m order fn:ul-? by the r.nnl of
ClMTOty iV.uwiU-o'iiwn5 f ?in:hs County. V-r-v--k.i.
a:-:. I n j-. oiKi- -riatnte (H'mii-1 MiW,
p;-;;''M ' V'l ct l-;--! i:tt net to -MfVii-- f.T tt.e
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::i..if. :ui I j"..r ti:e safe ki-e-.ii'? "f the fun.U
lif-rivc' roijl the suN- mi J !e:is" ! l:i!il." -f-
provpt ! !-Vhrn;rr !-".t li , lzK I. J A 51 IvS LHA CKi.il,
County C-Iei !i ot line County of iemuiui, will
On li TictmlyF,i-ht Iiy of J' nextt
at 10 o'c! x"k in t!i' fojruon. nni omtiuue until 1
o'cix.-:, ;io n. ( f :! ..: i! iy,o:!' r f.r sale a n-.y oif.ee.
iu the (.Vurt iini:se:;i Kro.vnvule, in -a il comity, in
theorii-'i' n -Ivi-:-:--: i. at public auction, anreil to
the h'srh-vt bui-lcr. xx at not p t!mn the p-prni-etl
Y!il::e, r'or. in any r.c, f,,r ie-s ttuvn the
n.iniinuiii of Seven Dollar per Acre, m
auction to thean"'il-el vaiaeot the nn;ro ements
on the land, t:io tuiiowiiiir tlesori!el 1'it ces or par
cels of lnl.Ut)!i!il in the County of Nemahii. urn!
State of Xet.m-k, knows as "Coirs molt school
IjuhK'' N'Iiiiii to the sail state of .Nebraska, in
parcr Ls of not e.ee"a:n: l-'orty Acres of i'rairie or
Ten Acr-s of Timlier jin-U. for the use ami benefit
of the "School Funds" of said State of !niska ;
and that such sale will be. continued from day to
lay from til' hours of ten c oiociv in the forenoon
to twelve- o'clock noon (iir.''.iys- excepted), until ail
sucb Ian Is snail be uifered, to-w it .-
ier f- i.
1'i isrt l,k"m-( Inner f.
rene!i la Keep i.ua
in Alier. nn 1 livtu
SFfTio-f I. it (pr.i,,:., ... .. "".
irir from the luvoi uf . -I ?1 "ll
" cen i.
keep I'.iUiar-f Uoorn lidT?,
he r.-ir:l.-r t 1 r,t a' -.-, , Ly,"r.
for h;re. a.l the nu- -r nmi -V',
tok-. :i:o,ni..e. i:,efv I .-r.
IT.ak o-.t f.T t: r. .tir.:.J f-t nj
We give below the number and valuation of the stock assessed for taxation
in the year 1869, in a few of the leading counties of the btate; also tne valua
tion of the Rail Road improvements in those counties so fortunate as to iiav
a Railroad running within their boundaries :
7,913 151,931 ! 233 13,9-30 2,900 4.203 4,2
159,5C0 3,.52 68,801 j 213 21,000 6 2,99a; 1,102
20-' 115 701 112.0(11 j 2"j lf,ra) ' 2,Tn 2, t94 '
l'JJ.'M) C.7U1 113,3-31 : J3 2.W6 2,7;) ; 2,710
! ' f '
517 !.T"I' lf7.S15! 21.715 1 .r,.!7--, 7.
The Kilit-IIour L,aAT.
The followimr is the proclamation
of President Grant in reference tq the
Eiht-Hour Law ami the oracial con
struction put upon it, already refered
to in our dispatches :
By the President of the United States
of America: -
"Whereas, The act of Congress, ap
proved June 25. 18GS, constituted on
and after that day eight hours a day's
work for all laborers, workmen and
mechanics employed by or on behalf
the Government of the United States,
and repealed all acts and parts of acts
inconsistent therewith ;
Now, therefore, I, U. b. Grant,
President of the United States, no
hereby direct that from and after this
date no deduction shall be made in the
wages paid by the Government by the
day to such laborers, workmen and
mechanics on account of sueh reduc
tion of the hours of labor.
In testimony whereof, I have here
to set my hand and caused the seal of
the United States to be fixed.
Done at the city of Washington, the
19th day of May, In tne year or our
Lord, one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-nine, and of the indepen
dence of the United Slates, the nlne-tv-third.
(Signed) U. S. Grant.
Bv the President:
Hamilton Fish, Secretary of State.
We have associated with us in the
publicatioruof the Morning Chronicle,
Messrs. b. 1). Porter, and J. A. Steven
son, inese crentiemen are men of
ong experience in the newspaper busi
ness, ana bring witn tneni tne best
recommendations as men of capacity,
ana solid business reputation. They
become part owners of the ofliee.
uuder this arrangement, and cast
their lot with us citizens of Nebraska
City, and propose to lend their talents
and energy in building un our citv.'
county and State. Chronicle,
A family by the name of Turnbull
lave filled the position of clerk of
Brunswick County, Virginia, for 133
years, uen. btoneman removed tne
ast of them from orhce.
BROWNVILLE GROCERY AND PRO
SrUXEY FRETTr. W. T. BOGEUS.
ATTORNEYS V 4 O! SELM1S AT LAW.
Oflice In Court House iluildiiif. .
Will give diligent attention to any legal business
entrusted to their care.
FLOUR Winter?, sack
" Spi itif? . ..
MEAL ? bnlicl - ...,
llAt;uN Hams lb
" Shoulders j. lb
" Hides ? tt
LARD Canned lb .
SYRUP lolden ? Ral
" SniKir House V- gal
COFFEE Java? Ib
CHEESE New York Factory lb
" Country ?. Ri
TEA Imperial ? fc
" black ?.....
" Young Hyson ? lb
CANDLES tar j ff. .
" Tallow ? lb ,
APPLES Driol ? IT.
PEACH E.-S l)riel ? lb
COAL OIL? gallon
Eti "iS ? doz
H UTTER ? lt .
HONEY f lb
ONION V bushel
SALT per barrel
LUMBER Cot ton wood per im
" Walnat.......... ..
SIIINGLES Cottonwood jier 1000..
LATH Cottonwood per lOuo
lin . ai
WOOD Dry Hard re cord!!!!!
HIDES Dry per lb
WIIEVT Fall per bushel
WOOL per fb .....
M . is
.... 1 20
... 1 '
.2 00 2 2
J 00t:7 oO
Corrected weefcly for the Ad vert key by
F.a-:ne) Con! i from ;.ii
Ove.-ecut.s, S -V i... ).
t'axsir.iere l';.:its. .: '!)!: i.
Cabinet iM'its.i. 3 -'li.
Vest from T."i ct.s. to I 23.
Overshirts, swon.l best. -fl.
Oversliirts. f:"(.iii 7- cts. to I 23.
Uinli-rshirts. from .) e:. to fi
r.iwf rs, fro:n cf s. to -2.
Buckskin (Jiove?, test, 25.
8iiwiskiu (iioves. 3ii ct.s.
t;iie-i'skin Mitts, ets.
DRY GOODS 3IAKKET.
Correct'-d weekly for t!:e Advertiser by
mayts rnvtioons aclctiiixcj keoul-vtok
Calleo, lief l?c.
Heavy Yard wide Mn!In.s, l,sc.
Xuslin. seifiiid. VXi ll,
Uleocliil Muslins, yard wide, Jilertr 20.
Cotton I-iiiiiie, 2Jc
All Wool J jtine,
Shawls, iu-t i. ft.
I'laid KlHiinels, 4-le.
l'laid l-'laniH-ls, :i :-"Vnr.
Balmoral skirts, ?1 n.
IF THE COTXFCTOR OF"
KRNAL ItEVKNUK. I
;iik State of Xerraska, f
:aska City, June 10, J
OFFICE OF THE COTXFCTOR OF")
DkTEICT OF Tilt
A NXUAL TxX LIST FOR ISC?.
xL Notice Is hereby Riven that the nnnnal
ILst of taxes a-wwod In nocordanee with the provis
ions or the act of cmirrw, to provide internal itev
enue to siirnortthe Government, to nay interest on
thepnliltc VM, and for other purjx approved
June tb. isw. and tli amendnieiiLs thereto, has
been returned to me by the Assessor of tl-U listriet,
and that said taxes are now due, and payment there
of is hereby demanded; and that I will in person or
by deputy, attend at
Brownville Nemaha Co,.
ON JUNE Olst, 18G9,
for themiTPoseof receiving said ta.e.
All TH-rsorcs whoshidl neglect to pay the amount
of their taxe. hereby demandeI. on or before tho
day last above named, will he obliged to )ay lu ad
dition thereto a finuitfii Jtrr )trr crnlm auI a Tee
Of twenty cents for service of a special demand and
notice, tis;ether with for.r cents a mile travelius
fees, actually and necessarily traveled to make the
scr vice t nereor.
Office bottrs from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
J. E. LAMASTF.R,
"NTOTICE is hereby -riven that the
1 Co-partnership heretofore exlstin
tween the undersigned, viz : A. C. Easlev and R. I.
Kasley, under Die firm name of A. C. 1-jisley t Co.,
terminated by limitation of the orisinal article ot
agreement on the first dav of June, and that P.
Kasley luw purch;isol all the interest in tbe snil
firm, and lien-hy nssn mea ail reliability lierclofere
incurred oy sa;d urni.
.V C. EASLEV,
2J. L. lVSLIiY.
rera. Neb., June 1st, 15. f xv-: 1
LIST OF LETTERS
"DEM A IX ING in the Post Office
Crown ville. Neb.. June IsK im which.
if not called for in one month win beenltoth
Rolken Henry C
Behetict D i
Ban let t C M
C:irter Km ma
Calsford Annie E
lrew v t
Ftir-s Summer V
Fields C B
Fox Herman E
Fleminc ltohert B
GooseniiMi Mary K
fJeters CI ins.
Uommn W J
Lyon (;orLre ,t Co
Ji-hnson J L "
oote W N
Morehend Go T
Northern J K
t.Vianis Mariah E
f j1 Persons eall:n
will plase say "adVc rtlr-ed.
Ris.lAn M It
Rot R J ...
' lbiberts Joseph W
Staler PC 2
Turner Cl-.arles, or John
Fr in Mir.nia
AVinsh.w J H
te, (r a Anderson
fcjeawan C Frederick
S for any of the above letters,
W. A. POLOCK, P. SL
A. V. "rnT7r: xx-
Probate Jndfrsnd Justice ofthe Peace
Ollictin Court House IjuUilipr.
Were Sold in the Year 1868
HOT ONE HAS EVER FAILED
Snt ire Satisfaction
THE FEBFECT OPERATION- OF EVERY
CHARTER OAS STOVE
AND WHERKVEK KXOWX
THE? STAND Ui
And CO N V EN 1 EN C E.
For simplicity of Management
"And for Cleanliness in Cooking,
Sfaii'tfactnred in tbe Wet. and
alarted to the wanta of
Surely no jvw! honseheeper can afTord
to be without one.
roa PRICE LJST, Al'DRKSH
Excelsior - Manufacturing CO,
612 & GI4 X. EIAIX STEET,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
SIIELXENTJEIlGEIt UP OS.,
r-fira BRO-NNILLE, NEB,
Livery, Feedj Sale and Exchange
Corner Maia t.id Levee St UKOWNYILLE.
HAVING purchased this
A. P. C .'iwell, I nrn rrepnn
the lest TEAMS. LT'i. ;n n. CA
S.i'.it'aern N-l-riVa, at l(V'iT SAsii li VTFS.
Room r Fifty Hore. Corral forStocK. 1'articu
kir attention faid to Feeding or linardin Hore.
I CAl:P.LAf3lx in
North cast iUHr:-rol" north e;ut qr -Ki
South e."t c;uartT of north e:u-t ir. :
North wet .j;iirUTOf nortii ea.st qr -M
South west ijoarter of-north e;ist qr. M
North east quarter of south east qr -Vi
North euat qr sj.iirli eastraouth ea.
South eir qr son h ea-t or south east-' W
N half N V nr.s E qr S Eqr
south we-t qr south ea-t qr soutit ea.st
South east qr north went if mmtii eat 3!
South westqr north wet(irsouth east
south wese qr south east qr ''
IOt 1 in souih e;stqr noreii wpm qr i:
Lot 4 in south ea.st ur nonh went or
txintn nan n w qr u w qr n w qr...
North half n w qr n wqr n-w qr-..
South half s w qr n w qm w qr..
It 8 in s w qr n w qr
North hair a w qr s w qr a w qr...
South nan n w qr s w qr a w qr..
North east quarter ,. ,,
East ha;f east half m eqr se qr.
West half east half s e qr eqr,
East half wnrse qr s e qr
West half s w or se iir h e or....:.
North west quarter south e;ut qr,
j--asi natt s cur w ir s e u
Vest hn!f s e qr 8 w cr s e qr....
i-jist hairs w qr s w urs e qr.
North westqr north west ir.
North e:it qr w qr
Ixt 1 in a e qr s w ijr .- .
Lot 2 in n w qr s wqr.
Lot 3 ins w qr 8 wqr.
Iot 4 in s w qr s w qr..
Lot 5 in 8 w qr w qr.
JjOI t las w qr wqr.
IrOt 8 in s e q r a wqr.
N w qr s w qr
jist half s e qr
Fist half n e qr
East half u w qr n e qr.
4 VI 4il.()
4 1-" 40.IH)
4 J-" 4U.ii
4 l-J: i.iia
4 l-J; J.M1
4 1- I'tJO
4 vi im)
4 I"J 5.(111
4 1J' 10.H1
4 1: M.'W
4 12- 4UI
4 12! 5J
4 12! 5.()
". 4 12: 5.t
!ii 4 121 S.i
Mi 4 12' 5.UI)
4 12 1 5.tH
:u; 4 12: S.iai
:! 4 12 5.ll
4 12 1UW
5 12 li.iw
::! 5 12 HUf)
:w, 5 12 lu.ui
5 12: 5.i )
5 12 s.i
5 12 40.il
... . S I. J.i
Hi a 12 .Vil
,. -i 5 12,
": 5. 12 4o.i
'' 5 12. 4U
ttil 5 12;
:tK! 5 12, 15.H1
, 5 12' (S.2-5
i 5 12 H.IV
'. '1 " llfii
Mi -til Uu-r;
:;a i!:ifr to 1. . "
d of.,,,.' "
oruain. .ny icrs,n
unci-r w".. n .,rtiietr
pay info the Citv Tre;.-!--
Mc-i. .A"yi -rsin n,t hr ' l
n ri n i.. ..... '-" .
f.rth hi the nrei.-eedir- " T"1 n'"
Tabje to ie j a;, e-i i I
OTla'r r.i;hi.'( r'-fc.. '-' 1 '
- A . I
OIIBT Pl-.l,),.- V.H-V. !;,,;! ,,'; MM
rri':r vi ii,,r- f-r-v-.: r.,i ar,vcnj
withesfso! 5.r..secr.tion. a b 1
that V.M ord:nanc. w tr.v" Inl?''
T K oro'ir vwt " f ii,A 4 w -...
.......... .v.,.. - ii!i-noT :atp,,
'1-iin.iii. rj..iniir HIT? 3
lirownviiie, Mar ,;i-t? ! u
CALF, OF HEAL KST.vfEZT
O U hereby tciveii t!iaf I. s.
Itankntptey of tne Et.e of s;jm: I
virtue of the powers 1:1 me vii fJT iTr"8'
enter of the l'srru.t i ,irt of the i r.j. "
.... .v i ... 'iie matter, "
" " ( . , til, vu
at 1 o clock p. n., at t u d.r of the cmrt
the City of Brow
otter and sell at
and interest of the.sai4 nankroi. ' s,Jl'l:
in at to The fHowin JescrtHt tini .1?
in the said City of Krow.iviiie, i"w,t
Lot Ten. and tiie unJi v;dt-4 half-f T,.
Nine, in ItlocteThirtyl., : M uLV?4
anil I.ts N.neao IVa'4
to the r-, ? tt8-t
- , .:-u.
il'tk Tli.rt. ,
in Liock Eourteer.
lX)t.- .Mi!, J en, Kvn,
ten. Fifteen and sUi
Jimwn s Ailihtlon.
-N eqr s e qr n w qr,
Sou t li ball s eqr nw qr.
N w qr n wqr..
East half west half s w qr n w qr.
Ne qrs e qr
N e qr n w qr
V hulf s w qr
N wqr s e qr .
Itrt 1 . 2, 3, 4, t ti in n w qr
Ixt lo in n e qr n w
w qr. ,
V half n e qr ,
S e qr
W half n e qr
S e qr...;
Iot 1 in n eqr a w qr...
Lot 2 in n e qr s w qr.
seqrsw qr .
S w qrs w r
W bf S w qr....
S w qr s w qr
N e qr s w qr , ,, ,
N w qr a w qr - , ,
S w qr w qr
Ixit4of lot lof.
Lot . of lot 1 of.
1-otCof lot 1 of.
Lot 7 of lot 1 of.
Ixit sins w qr n e qr ..
Iot 9 in wqr n eqr..
Lot lo in s w i,r n e qr..
IOt 1 1 in s w qr n e qr
Lot 12 In s w ;r n e qr
Lot 11 in s w qr n e qr
I-ot 3 of n e ijr
N rnirsw nr
H w qr s w qr
. 'Ji ,
5 12 40.')
6 12 .)
6 f2 WUl
k.! 6 12' 4l.'l
6 12 3-20 OI
4 H. Ml.in)
4 ft CU.KI
4 I t 40.m)
4 I I Vll.i')
4 11 1 '.')
4 13 Sl.'W
4 I t 4 .i
4 n io.no
4 1-1 l'i.'
4 IS lrti.ni)
4 I t 4l.iU
4 IS 4.iin
4 l i ian
5 li RtO.ni
5 1-1 iIi.ii
6 l.t- 40. iW
6 I t 22.10
6 11 2.".'
6 rt lisi.in)
1 li tt'U
4 14 vl.mj
4 14 KO.i)
4 14 CM.')
5 14 '.)
5 14: 5.1)1)
5 141 40.nl
5 14; l.i "I
...k; 6 15
5. i HI
E-ich of tiiexaid lots to ho solrf im,.!.
una lots nine and ten in block sniv-tv.,.
be oid together. tHUl h'r4
Given under my hand, this m 'lnr,, ,
WILLIAM IL Uuovki
T7STATE of JAMES W.COLEJLAJ
fr1 J"2-ce ls henT Plven that the p., '
( onrt of Nemaha Cou:ity. Nehrkx h- a-.n.-.J
Nancy JanC..e,nJM, Adauni-trutris of tw1
tnaha, deceased ; and firther. tUat the vu",l r..
has nrrwttnrel the r,,iin-M. ... .... . ' l""
and allowing claims a-'ain-t m -..h
1 !-!, and Jaoury I Uih, 1J, co.nJS
at o cl.s a. in. 1 he sa..l eiaiiinmu.m tu h k,J
in tbe olhce ofthe iTnate Jn.l-p. m r-nxj!
All persons havin? claims amnst the
are ruesteii to tile s;iioe in the offlee of 'th J
Probai Jiideon or l-i..re J.-xnuarv imh Kim
oclock a. m., or they win be forever bmrrd.'
Uated May 22nd. 1 m.
E STRAY NOTICE. Taken up lj
tli un !islu-ned, Hvin- in TjlayH'4
Iri.'!nct. one and a h;!f rrilos M-ih-eiil of Si Ktr
Mill, on the 2":h i:iy i f May, Vt onenro t
Bay Mare. n!rkei wirn a st.ir in the fiuV.m,
white on the r--bt hind foot, mid m! w(ituii wt
fore foot, a black mane, and tail; ai a Tmfiijf
irtwn Muie Colt, sorue white on the n'v,'turt j
make, no other mark.
liW.iJ ANDREW L, Sn2.m
TER2ZS OF SALE.
For Prairie Lands, one tenth of the or'ce cash in
hand : und for other hinds one half casn in hand nr
c:ish dotvn for eitlier, at the option of the purchaser
with a promisory note lor the remainder, to ma
ture ten years after date, bcarinir interest payntile
aniina.'iy in advaiice. at ten percent peraniinni. the
first payment of interest heins computed tothe first
lay ot Jauaarv' next alter tiie date of the note; and
in c:i-e of noii-payij!t'i;t of mt"rest or principal, the
land simil Ik si:rreii. it-red. with the improvement
thereon, to the stnre: frori-lr,!. That when said note
is Riven for the purchase of tim!er lan-is, it shall be
further secrtred bv the endorsement of two free
holders of the comity, to be approved by the County
x rva.su rvr.
The purchaser pavins the full amount of th nur.
cbaso money for tiie lauds iiiirciuvstsl at such sale.
tilt-Trt'i.liri'f i,f v:i:it conntv Will iltiliv., n nH.ir,!
nud a dup!:-:ite receipt, containing a dem-ripllon of
the land sold, uikJ i acknowledirenieTit of the pav
nient of the purchase money, and on presentation of
either of which to the ' Governor at an v time after tif-
te-n days from date of such rei-eiot.s. he shall exe
cute the purchaser n title t mid land, in fee simple
rrom toe sunt .-tate. and the delivery f a di-el. on
theRurrend-r to such tiovernorof the other receipt.
And to purchasers. ourt!hiisinr nupriviit tiia
Treasurer wi.l execute iu duplicate, (one of which
shall he retained for the use of the State, after beinir
by the purchaser) a contract of sale for the
laml purchase,!, conditioned that upon the pavmvfit
ofthe unpaid r-urciiase moner, and the Interest
thereon uo-ordinir to the conditions of such note.
le purchaser shall be e;ititlei ti lunie!it nwinu
of payment and purchase for such land; that no
wa-'te shall be commirteil mxn the land therein des
cribed, that no timber shad lie cut thpr,n tnt
necessary lirewood ofthe nmmum r.r.,,,.i. 't..,.,t
end for improvements thereon: and In case default
shall be made in the oavment of the interest r
princii'id. or any part thereof, or if anv such condi-
nons nan ne nroKen. t!.at;tben the lands therein
rtescrib.'d shall be surrendered by the i-urchaser. bis
hefrsor asxiirns, with tiie improvements thereon, to
the State, and Said COU tract shall b? void anil of no
Dated Brownville. N-b.
ESTPwAY NOTICE. The unJer.
."Iiinetl ha taken tip, on his preniiM
tJlen Ko-k,twostray Pmces.bof h niarf: onci
with collar mark and bra:i.!e,l on left Md wa
Mexican brand, and ubout eu.'it yer ii'.i T
other a bay, c!aM ;vd round. braii,t.-l "J E. ' nn Wt
hip, three year old. ( -"'t) F. A. Ii '-VLK4
OTRAY NOTICE. Taken uply L1j
O tindorsrirn'sl. HvIp;; In I-navette IVifind
four miles south wit of Sunders' M :!1 on the Lt:
Nemaha Itiver. on tiie 22d!ny of Jl :iy. x;i.rr
Mare, aN.ut elc'it years .;.l.'wiifi whit v"'ia
fo-e ni:! a s, ;:i : -i lt!t. uo-e, so'ne l:nr. nuri' wxl
a hump ' .1 li.'
-Mai- J-tn. I.-
t f.l-.l una,
CTEAY NOTICE. Taken upontfci
premises of tltesi.' scriler. llvlni at HJl
dale, Nemaha County. Nebraska. M.;y 't!i, 1 ,w
dun horse potiey. ab",r.t t yvr.r ouL "lloth Wi frt
white, and branded "U'' ou i.-f: shoulder. NoutiKf
marks or brands percept. bie.
:U",e-j.il' P VPTs sTTTN-.
. lltb. li.
JA.UKS St. HACKER,
ONE DOOIl WEST OF COUHT HOUSE.
WAGON MAKING, Repairinfr,
Flow s, and all work done in the l t
oi.nioi r uihi on inn notice. tat is Taction trimnn.
uuieeo. oivcuimacaii. ilt-iv.
Clocks, Vatches, Jewelry
no, o nam street, Brownville.
f-x nasi jnsi opened nnl will oontnntlv
7y Keep on natui a larye and well assorted
anw". oi genuine ariicies in til.s line.
Repairing f Clocks, Watcben, and Jew
elry done on Kliort notice.
ALL WORK WAIiRAXTED.
antlotiecethat he hm
lHi(!si in irownviile
an is now prepansi
,. . ...r. ..... . ,
maiiBcr, A LI. oper
- aliens m-riinim; to
- - - tiie science of ieu
n k f. )rr city Pro? Store, iront room. lfit
i X g
- S ?!
3 o" ;
tI-X, ABOARD I "
TOIJ WORK, Neatlv
O Execntc.1. at the Ailverii-
.-r Job IIdoths,
rue EroTrnTilb Transfer Line,
Cnder the maaafteweat of
Is now Pruning Regular Otaaibusje Ironj
Brownvilla to tho Railroail Terminus
ot tne Council Biufr and St. Jasc?h KallroaJ,
At irortli Star, IJo.,
Two 3tl.es froni Brownville :iU Nurth Stir Ferry
Good Omnibusses. Close Conncctionf
Charges Jlctlcrate -lf
f -A Vw1 scientifically prepared
preparation of its fcai
and has no competitor
in merit. By its utf
GRAY HAIR is soca
restored to its origwal
youthful color nn-J tr
vrbicb is so rncb.
03IQDUL -1'!mir;J hl f. TX
lULUa, (out will, by tbe ne of our
FEOIIOIES Rcneweroon see its good
rrj (efToct-s a?, by its tonic wd
nT, -'stimsIadDg properties tha
llfiO li i'fl! hair frl-nas will be incited
and tho hair grow Utf
and strong again. Incases
otBaidncssit 'ill creata
a ne-w rrowta unless tl
ESEKEiJ. are destroyed, a
s cooling, and aibrs w
itching and irritation of
the skin as do dye, 1$
makes the scalp wbJte
t a rrvlX3
imuiiljil.it is the best and m
economical preparation u
tho world, as it3 e&CJ
last so much longer. Seed
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LOCKS !,hair, free to all, by vs&
Sold by all DmjjisU ai ttxn ia tifl
coo::, cocunri & co-
Genl Age-ta for ITorti-TTesten
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