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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1869)
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T?.c?e will bo a literary er.tertj
faCTt given rj the rhliotaaiheca Bo-
defy of the H isle formal .School on
Thursday and Frilay evening &U
week. We bare fn the printed
pro-rramiae, and from It tre Infernal
a j.leajAnt crtnlng'a enjoyment Kiay
arttldjrated by thoae who are
fortunate as to atterul the earne;
tr. Canninzbam. of Richrdon
county, brother of the Senator, called
trnoa us thi vetlc. lie 1 nlonna
there fci three time the amount
Md beloff turned over thla eaon t!
there has been for any previous year,
and that Lmmlgralion to that county
has been large, lie says that the of
Heial canra of the late vote for Rail
road Improvement shows but f ix ma
jority , ur i&aiog bondj for tlui pur
Jodjre Adams, of Qulney, when
her lat week, recognized Judge A.
Tf. Morgan, of Srownvllle, as an old
Ciiuia frien d. He ftxt rnet Judge
" II organ la Date county, California.
InitcQ Jlorran was' then one of the
Awvi8li J nf Vices of the Court of
Quarter Sessions for Cute county, and
was In a pet itica to render Judge Ad
ams valo&lle assistance. Judc Ad
ua found himself enable to recipro
cate the kindness of Jnde Morgan.
Their meeting last week was the first
since ISSO; smd tor a few hours they
lived ever cala much of their life
lath gC "CS of California.
The Her. llr. Lowe, of Eusbville,
EL. and the Her. Mr. Bingham, of
Nebrs&k. City, addressed our citizens
en but Monday evening in the Presby
terian Church, upon the subject of
Temperance. They insisted that a
prohibitory law was the only remedy
for the cry Id evils of intemperance,
end to accomplish this the people
miit be educated up to that standard.
Their remarks were timely and well
The meeting adjourned to meet In
1L H Church on next Monday nlht,
where a Futile Temperance Society
will be organixod. An address mzj
Ciea be expected from Dr. Crane and
David CampbeiL V'e hope our citi
zens will give them a hear! Dg.
' Some years ago the State of Missouri
aided the bclldlrg of the Hannibal &
Ei. Joe IisHrcad by loaning the com
tzzj CJ,CD0,CC3 ; tlthoc-h the com par
zry are xurt corapcled to pay this for
ten years, yet they now propose to
pty the tars?, provided the Ct&ie will
loan it to ev Railroad Companies
which are coustractirg roads in the
State. For this purpose a committee
vtre appointed to devise- a jn
cpon which the State would loan this
money to other companies for the pur
This committee have held a session
at the capital, and submitted a plan
which we print elsewhere.
The Qulney and Brownvllle road
will doubtless receive a portion of this
The Omaha Republican la urging
tne Governor to call an extra session
of the Legislature In September next.
We object; especially as to time.
First, because there are a good many
vacancies which can be filled In October;-
and second, because if the
Legislature is to meet In extra session.
It should be after the October election,
if the Constitutional Convention
carries, provision may be made for
the Convention at an early day.
We object generally, as we are not
yet convinced of the necessity for
each an expenditure of time and
Doner. We know that there is much
that ought to be done ; but, from the
temper of the Legislature as expressed
Io?t winter, we are not sure that what
iodesLrbio be done could be ar
ranged more satisfactory than wenow
have It. We shall be wiser after the
October election than before A good
thorough canvass in thfct State for
County Owcers, will teach ut7st the
people desire the strictest ecctwray
co&aUi&nt with a rigid administration
of the laws. l0 reckless waste or un
necessary appropriation of the funds
of the State or Counfy, will be tolera
ted by the people ; and politicians who
are Inclined to run oAcial business on
too high a pressure, have either to put
oh the break or etand aside.
IWe say then, if a regular session is
determined on, let It be at the regular
time in January.
A cumber cf teachers from distant
pcrlisrs cf tLe county were la atten
6czH at the t-iers Institute on last
Saturday , and were much dissatisfied to
Had thai the teachers in Brownvllle
took so little Interest In the meeting,
rrot Uoore being the only one pres
ent In the forenoon. They were sadly
disappointed In the interest manifes
ted by them la educational advance
ment. They expected a good time
very interfile time, and one can
ter sine their amazement when they
f;':nd to few present, and scarcely
Ben but themselves. Now, teachers
of ErownvUle and cf the county, do
ycra dak they wdcome bacjj: again
to aitnd jour meetings?- They will
naicrs2!y-conclude If tlse fatare ees
slntis are so poorly attended as this, it
will to useless for them to go. It win
take heavy work to overcome the bad
effcet created on their minds atthi
last meeting ; and unless there is more
Interest taken by the leading teachers
cf the county in these institutes, It
will Te useless to continue the meet
ings longer. We have had a talk with
tL Superintendent since the institute
ruJ.ournetl, and we think his idea as
tk ta uianiusr of conducting a teach
er's Institute are correct, and quite an
improvement to our mind upon the
fystem heretofore practiced in this
ecKnty. An Awe urge that hereafter
L,3 be present prom ptisan. 4. net the
bjJi rolling In th righi direction.
ThcraU talent enough amoRtaal
era t Bake tlfse sessions interetti???,
xA oaly to therawlves, but t ths
community ; and we, aa their patrucsy
' mand tliat it be forthcoming.
The proposed Railroad from Qulney
to Nebraska Is commanding the at
tention of the people of Missouri cad
Nebraska more eamortly than any
other similar er' rr l trltLIa cr
Southern Iowa, Kixburg tA Ne
braiska aty areas dett mined ll i lb y
tihall I served in t!.c coiutn: : Lion cf
this mad, a are Brownville, Phe'inj
City, Ilockport, Marysville and Alla
ny. We have the advantage of being
on the direct line. We have the fur
ther ad vantage that more centers of
population and influence are interested
in the direct line than in the can ed
line by Hamburg and Nebraska City.
But all these advantages will avail us
but little as against untiring energy
and capital, unless we ourselves are
active and prompt In meeting the de
mand which the construction cfr-ch
roads make upon every community.
There are but very few railroads, if
any, at the present day, built without
assistance from the , settlement
through which they ptcs. And It Is
perfectly right an J prcper thai this
aid should be demarjiei arvd received,
for they bring along with them In
creasing value to every local Interest,
and it is only a portion of this increase
that we are ever aked to pay back to
the Railroad enterj rue, which created
this wealth, and which tut for this,
construction would never have exis
ted. RrownviUe mtt be represented In
the Kiaksville convention by men
authorized to subscribe a euSIcaent
amount to the capital stock to com
mand an Influence In the company.
This stock must not only be subscribed,
but five per cent, of the same must be
paid in cash. ,
If the interests cn the direct line do
not take the stock necessary to grade.
bridge and tie the road, then those In
terested In the curved line will. The
money to do this must be raised ; not
ought to be raised, but must, The
people of Brownvllle- will do well to
con&ide that thb road will be built
somewhere, and that too without de
The broad fertile belt of country
fitreatchiog from Qulney, IIL, to Ft.
Kearney, needs and most have a rail
road. The commercial and growing
wants of Qulney demand that a road
be pushed tbroc-h this rich belt of
country as direct as may be.
The C. a & Q. R. TL ; the T. W. &
O. W., and the great central routes to
Baltimore, Washington and Philadel
phla are pressing the construction of
this shorter line; and such powerful
Interests must and will bun J this road
somewhere. They will adopt the
route which will reach Ft. Kearney
the quickest and cheapest without re
gard toother Interests. It is the great
overland travel and commerce they
want to reach, and cot so much the
Now the great question with us !,
have we the men and money necessa
ry to keep this road on the direct line,
or for want thereof, mu?t it be forced
out by the men and money Interested
In the curve to the north. Depend
upon it, the men and the money are
ready actively at work. And the
question the important question
with us is, L it our men and our mon
ey, or is it not? These are questions
for the men of Brownvllle to deter
mine, and they have but a short time
In which to accomplish this in. In
one short week the die will be cast
and the road will be oun or it won't.
The St Loufc, Chllacothe and Oma
ha road Is contemplating making
Brownvllle the western terminus, and
then run over the Trunk to Omaha.
It is now nearly finished to Chllacothe,
and already contracted to the south
line of Gentry. It remains for Gen
try, Nodaway and Atchison Counties
to send it to the river. When this,
and the road down theNIshnebotana,
and the Qulney and Taciflc road are
completed to the river, as they un
doubtedly will be, this will insure the
building of a bridge across the Mis
souri river at Brownvllle. There Is a
future opening up before us more
magnificent and grand in Its outlines,
than the most imaginative of our cit
izens lave a yet had any conception
of. Il enly requires united action and
unresisting work on our part. We
hope the citizens of our city and
county can riseo meet the emergency
thus presented try the grand enter
prises now within their reach. We
have now the opportunlfy ia make
XtrZnaba County one of the mtt pop
ulous aud the wealthiest county la the
State. We can bring the markets of
the world to our very door. Will we
o It? Gentlemen of Nemaha, what
saxyou, res or no 7 Witn you we
responsibility' rests, and we are glad
to know It is In your hands. . We are
confident that you wUh but to know
The branch of the C. R. I. A, P. R.
R., from Atlantic to Brownvllle, will,
without a doubt, be contracted for In
a very alwrt time. All that the com
pany asks is encouragement equal to
the right of way. If Ue Rock Island
Company takes hold cf this line we
f hall have an eastern connection in
less than six months, for thla compa
ny does not fool much. When they
make a contract they fnlftll it to the
lettter. The B. & JI. Coranany now
oCTers, in consideration f the sum of
?25,(XX, to run the rood mentioned in
the contract above, to this place. We
don't take m-ech stock in their prom
ises, but it row! be flattering to the
Sidney people to have the company so
coolly otfer to throw aside the contract
already made with them. We hope
our citizens will treat this rood ex
actly A3 it deserves, and that is to let
it severely alone. If the Rock Island
company ssk any help, we will be in
favor of assisting them. The Brown
vllle people are also in earnest in re
pasd to tin road, and willing to do
their utmost to assist it. Frctncnt
A Fenian Refused Catholic Ca
rtas Louisville. June IL Tl remains
of Lt. P. J. Terrill, an otlicer In the
Fenian organization were jfu?d tie
burial rites of the Roman Catholics,
because the Ecniaa Bretaerhood ap
Kared in church la regalia. The
dy was taken from the church am)
folUwed to the cemctry by a large
concourse of Ecniaus. The action of
the Priest has caused profound sensation.
I "a S ii"
jiB rr.a. ix f
The Prjrirmt, Prcf. O. R. Moore,
called tl e A taoc&z'J&a t on! r.
The nlm:', of the'; revlous session
were rt-zii r: J spproT: L
The f ,ITir?g rep. ;i was nr. 1 and
adopted ; v . . .' ' V
Tiie fffwsmliUr apfHtii? hi tle feud meet
ing of 11 Amoriati'ia Vt exMtaXs Text
V0jk3, M mfitntnTii r1 foe use In tbe
ftii'X'U lhriMMt Ovantr, bmre
bltnVxl to tJiVlr dutj, umI dov enhrrnM ttwdr
It in doe V aUl ber that tbe booki mtrmi
taen44 hvt Utn tU-d to the v&yvA tvm
XrjXvoof tLe ciaLaAt tee, and upon eoiiuIiA
tloa ve find tht the best teachers in the
eoontjr, having given the buck the iatne
pMtfJnl U folly agree with roar cra
mi'As. X'e r&xm rcunvi the JfIlotr1cj book, rli .
Talker SJi Watuna KatkwuJ Hauler and
Pprllm. " .
kontellhB 0f"rphT. ' , . ,
Claxlc'a Gram mar.
Peek CanoC'f Katoral FtSVMKLf.
J. XnOenom'm U. 8. IlUVjry.
rjATthooraew'a Dravlsc Hat&t. .
rajaoci, Iiaataii A 6mer Cj-t Book,
There teing but four teachers pres
ent, a few rtrzzx'kB were indulged In
as to the lack cf Intern! oa the part
of teachers la rzciUrs pertaining to
their profefi." n, end typed illy some
severe tentic: rr: ts expre-r',d .on- ac
count of tlie cl rr? cf t.,e teachers
(except the principle, be being pres
ent,) of the . High School of Brown
vllle : after which the Association
adjourned to LSO p. m.
At 130 p. m. the Association was
called to order. There being but few
present a diacuaJon was indulged in
as to the general duties of teachers,
parents, and County Superintendent.
Teachers began to drop la one by one,
and by the middle of the afternoon
quite a respectable audience was pres
Remarks upon the subject under
discsesiea were made by Messrs. Hew
ett, Blackburn, Black, Cbsreh, Britt,
and the County Superintendent, after
which the folio winz resolutions were
introduced sad adopted
'Whkscaji Owtj Teaeben Izwt Rate are
ackiMnriedred br the benC edoeaton of the
pretest dar, tsbeooeof the moat larportant
aids la ItmjTvriBt Cm trachea c em pvlZle
Wxrmjtt, The Intemrtaef octr educational
rateia detnaada that teaebera avail them-
etrei of atl the most approved mean of de
ttti profewlonal lafonaatlon ; and
Wbckuls, Am tearfcera, ve reerntze the
tBflaeoee of County Hupertatt w4t wU, a ad
thetr dot j to take tbe lead fa aS CmmrXj la
UtateK, and other eflbrt to derate the &t&n
dard of achoJarahly amoog profeaalooal
Vsraxaa, It ia rlht and proper that tbe
relative dstles of teacher, parent, and aehools
ahoold be aaore cloeely deOned and under
stood ; therefore be ft
Rnotced, Flrit, That the County Superin
tendent ahonld not only be raOelently Inter
eeted to attend the County InatJtate bimaelj;
btxt that be sboold lailst cpoa the rrul&r
attendanre of every Urhrr la the eoanty.
an a very lmportasteonslderatton In issuing
certificates to teach in oar public achooix.
Second. That the relation of teachers,
porenta and school ofneera are anch that a
aneceMfol management of aehools requires a
concert of action and purpose among them.
Third. That wLOe the teacher should be
ready to recetTe council and ad rice from par
ent and school officers, and should adrine
vith and ermolt them on an tbe aairs and
Interests of the school, yet he should not be
dictated to in re pert to those matters which
are eepecialiy and necessarily ander bis con
Fourth. That while tbe teacher shokl not
be restricted or debarred from the exercise of
the ordinary privileges of the citizen, he
should not Indulge in any pursuit, or zeal
ously advocate any tenet or creed which in
any way can interfere with bis duties and
usefulness as a teacher.
Fifth. Tliat eo-operaiion and sjood under
standing on the part of teacher and parents
is of prime importance; that parents should
superentend and assist their children In their
studies, and the teacher In his declpUne.
On motion the three principal offi
cers were authorized to call the next
meeting of the Association at such
time and place as they may think
On motion A. W. Xickell, 8. W.
McGrew and Isaac Black, were ap
pointed a committee to arrange for a
County Convention of the friends of
On motion, the Association ad
GEO. B. MOORE, Pres.
Hexrt Roberts, Secy.
A Democratic QnarrcL
It is reported that E. B. Taylor has
pone to 1,1 n coin, what particular
kind of deviltry is up now ? Perhaps
the Colonel is looking . up several or
more thousand dollars of missing
vouchers on Lincoln business. Who
knows 7Oinaha Herald.
What do you know about Mmlsslnff
vouchers on Lincoln business?" Do
you know an j thing ? Or do you pre- j
tena, as usual, to know something
which Is without foundation ? If
there are "missiae vouchers." why
don't yon state sfnethinrr definite?
You can't, that's ulL JUncotn State-
man. , . -
The above Is frflCT tle res? of Ous
Harvey, one of David Botkr's hire-
incs, JUKI we respond: to tire-ororesaia
hireling's Do you know afrytWHgr'
with the following:
Wa knnw that you are a nt ana con
venient vehicle for radical denials of
known facts, A.J ana awo mat you
are a flret class beggar ior jemocraitc
money b. during election campaign
worK lor corruption ism, sum w uw
stabs at the DetnocraUc party re. J at
the behests of your owner, David But
ler. As to the "something definite" we
state our confident belief that there are
thousand of dollars in "missing
Touchers" on "the Lincoln business.''
By this is meant, and in this we dis
tinctly and boldly charge, that. Sot
thousands and thousands of dollars of
the public monies alleged to hare been
disbursed by hhn forpubHc uses, Da
vid Ilutler could not and aid not, last
winter, rror can he produce now, a
single voucher. r. Terhaps this is
not definite enougn ror uus Harvey;
we are quite certain that it will prove
sufficiently "definite" for bis owner.
KJ WmoAa Jlsrrttit.
fA.T Prove where and when we ever
denied a fact.
IB. 1 The Democrats had no monev
during the last campaign : at least we
know of prominent Democratic candi
dates who didn't pay any bill for ser
CI The Democratic party, accord
ing to your Idea, couldn't be stabbed.
It hasn't body enough to stab.
D. That's your charge. Trot cut
E.J Pretty tolerably definite.
A. F. IlABVEYr
Three hundred and fifty breaking
plows, says- the Tribune, have been
sold in the town, of Fremont thb
Ieb kK&r.ff Coin Int
hmzn J st. ft lawfol znozaey.
1 nltr r.i cae U-rAk-
)Ti bk)i latere has eea3
Im tA tirSrr interest.
Total is terest doe.
Total d tzA latr '
Ca rr-rvry on hand
A mt ef deU less esb m Jiwul. tlrhtl2JUZ
l-ereame ei-e Mrti1M. l"SU VbJJU
The ffcrjroin'- fa 4 correct statement
of the Fl4ie Debt as appear from the
books and treasurer's returns In the
Department on tlie 2t of June, 1SG9.
Trxra lb Qmim HrpoMM.
Indian FlIit IT car Jnnctlon,
X cb rat ko,
Foet Keaexky, 2EBJLAXA,
June 1Z, 1&C3.
The murderous red-kins are getting
bolder and more mischievous. It is
pillage and jdundernow, with occa
sional murders, and it will not be long
before we have wholesale massacres of
Innocent, peaceful settlers, unless
something, is done timely to check
them in their bloody career.
Yesterday the Indians again came
upon the settlers at Junetionvtlle,
drove cIT several horses and rifled the
contents, of Mr. "Wall's bouse. Mr.
Wall happened to be here at the Fort.
His brother-in-law, Mr. Fleming Mal-
oney, was In charge cf his houe at
Sanction ville, when the Indians earn e.
He was out at work in the field,
plowing, about Ave o'clock ia the
morning, when the Indians came up
on him. The first be knew of their
presence was a voily of shots fired at
him. None of them touched him.
He immediately ran 'to the house,
where Mrs. Wail and her child was.
Mrs. Wall had seen the Indian, and
she ran out with the Spencer rifle for
her brother. He got to the house, and
kept the Indians at bay with his rifle
while he hastily packed up a few
things in his wagon, and took his
cow and went out to the house of Mr.
Masterson, where be could get more
help. After he had got clear of the
house, the Indians took possession.
He then came with John Tearoe and
Kathaa Marther, and, under the cov
er ef a psod ditch which ran along
the roadside close up to Wall's bouse,
they attacked the Indians and drove
tbetn frwn thv house, and were final
ly driven off again theraselves, leav
ing the Indians-1 take all they wan
ted. There was about twenty Indians
enraged in the affair.
They are tbe same party as came
and robbe4 Messrs. Mafterson and
Gregg fcoase a few days ago, while
they were abeent. The leader of the
band rode a calico pony. The Indians
are well mounted on American hor
ses aad ladiao ponies, and their hor
ses are quite plump and fat.
The people cannot continue with
their work, being so continually an
noyed with these depredations, Tbe
people at Junetionville are ax lrave
as any people could be under the cir
Mr. Martin, an old settler here,
with his sons, have beaten the In
dians off time after time. He ha
several arrow wound in his body,
and two of his children liave wound
also. Ono of his children was left for
dead at one time with several arrows
sticking in his body. All Mr. Martin
has is what Is on his farm there, and
he does not feel inclined to give it up.
But it Is very annoying to be o
troubled with these savage pests.
Most of the settlers here have been in
the army, and their bravery alone is
what has saveu their lives thus far.
The people feel gratified to see the
announcement that (en. Auger U
about to send wme cavalry to M-out
through the exposed settlements!!. It
is to be hoped the troops may be un
der efficient and energetic oITicvrs,
who will thrash thee marauders to
their hiding places and kill orcapture
them, iney should not be handled
with gloves. The fact that troops are
coming will give more assurance of
safety to the people in the Platte, Big
iJlue, litue Jilueand Hig&tndy set
tlements, and save them from entire
Moses 11. Sydenham.
Tfuo Killed Cock Robin I
"Woman's Suffrage was defeated In
tne .Massachusetts Senate vesterday bv
: to 9." Why. the Train defeat in
Kansas, two years ago, was only 18 to
y, ana ner last legislature defeated
Woman SufTrajre by onlv three votes.
and that, too, remember, with the
jtevwurton orcatunn u poison over
almost every school district of the
State. And Minnesota defeated Wo
man Suffrage this year by only one
rote. The Wisconsin Assembly car
ried It almost unanimously, while the
Senate postponed it Indefinitely to
save the republican party, from
shouldering so heavy a responsibility.
"Massachusetts leads the nation"!!
23 to 9!!! Why, three years ago the
United States Senate cave Ionian
SufTrnp-e 9 votes two years airo the
British Parliament 73 the New York
Senate. 9 the New York and Mich
igan State Constitutional Conventions,
inrh the Missouri LeirisJature 43,
and the Kansas Legislature a splendid
WAsniKOTox, June 11.
The storv Drevailimr here rcirardine
Uov. ueary 01 Pennsylvania, it is saiu
has this extent and no more. If he b
nominated for Governor, lie will of
course run, but If he Is not, as the in
dications now appear to be against
- " . "i . r.i .
him, he is to have a place in the cabi
net from Pennsylvania, in place of
Mr. Borie, who, it Is said, is desirous
of retiring on account of ill health.
Letters from Mississippi received
hero, stutc that the conservative re
publibans in the State are entering
upon a campaign on the universal
amnesty platform, and are urging
the President to name August as the
tinre- for a rote on the Cotrstitutlon.
Reports made to the committee here
show that the Sons of Temperance
now have I, SC3 divisions In operation,
with 9.,673 ntcrttxrr, m7d 40,781 lady
visitors. The receipts ef the order last
year were $lS6,2tw, and it has $2J,393
dollars in cash on goosf iaYentment.
Nearly 25,000 members were expelled
during the year.
The Frecdmen Saving Bank had
in its various branches on the first of
June, deposits amounting to about one
million two hundred thousand dollars
belonging to colored people.
Cordova, June II.
A great meeting of Republicans was
held to-day for the purpose of protes
ting against the return to monarchy.
Deputies were present from every
southern province, and speeches of a
revolutionary character were made
during the proceedings. The Spanish
flag was entwined in that of the Uni
ted States, and the assemblage shout
ed for America and for Gen. Grant.
About 5X prrsorw were present. The
military and i hil guards Interfered,
creating a panic. Many women and
children were trampled down and
several lives were lost. The crowd
then barricaded the streets and there
is danger of a serious aaTray.
Our enterprising feltow citiien J. R.
Weston, Etv, U setting out one
thouand ywing trees of various dfs
criptie. lie comprehends the true
wants of the country, and hU a Sorts
to- meet them are commendable and
should b iuiitatediHarcc Ctarkm,
Proceeding of lac Railroad
Jetfeesos Cmr. June 10. The la
bor, of the Railroad CommUiee cf Z
who have beet? in session tine? yester
day a. i.. wcrs brought to a close this
evening by the adoption of a report
presented by a committee of one from
each Cocgrer !or.t! district, the mate
rial points of '. hicli are - follows:
Part exprr race shosld tesch cs
caution, and t avoid aW.misappliear
tion of funds, to nxike. certain the ac
complishment of the objects aimed at.
Assistance rendered to the people in
building their road Iould b govern
ed by the-following rule?,
lt- Aid should be grafted not. to
exceed 3J0 per mile, to Le jaid on
ly as sections of 10 mile are comple
ted, and the iron laid on- them-,
2d. The communities aided shall
be required to complete the road with
in five years in order to ecture such
ZAt All road aidedfchs.Il be requir
ed to pay Into tbe treasury of the
State" a reasonable percentage of their
grog? earnings until tbe amount gran
ted shall le reimbursed.
4th. Legislation ehoufJ carefully
guard the Interests fif ine people in
the roads aided, so that they' can nev
er be operated in the interests of any
monopoly, but at all times be opera
ted so tliat freight and passengers may
go with equal facility and economy
over such roads and lines connecting
with them by any route desired, and
at the same time protecting effectual
ly the legitimite interests of the exis
ting trunk lines.
JZctolrcd, That a sub-committee of
five be appointed by the President,
subject to the approval of thU meet
ing, who shall correspond with air tlie
companies desiring to present their
claims for assistance, and shall reduce
such claims to practical form, and
shall be directed to examine into the
Constitution ana laws, and prepare
tbe legal details of a bill bearing the
names of the roads and amounts of
money involved, until the meeting of
the legislature, and shall lay such blJ
before tbi3 Committee at an adjourn
ed meeting, on the first Wednesday
01 January next.
The chair appointed the following
as suen committee : lessrs. j. 1. iv.
Hay ward, R. A. Campbell, J. H
Hammond, C. C. Simmons and J. IL
CoL Hay ward moved the following,
wnicn was anopiea :
Ecuolxal-TXiaX the several proieetet
railroad in this State be requested to
lurnisn tne committee or live a com
plete and full statement as to the I oca
tion, length, condition, Ac, of their
several railroads, so that a full and re
liable statement can be laid before the
Legislature to meet at JeSrson City
The convention then adjournod to
the first Wednesday of January next.
Ftota tkc Beatrice CUrVx,
Tbe Frontier to be Protected
- From Capt. Alexander.who has just
returned from Lincoln and Omaha at
which places he met Gov. Iutler and
ueov Au?ur. we learn that five com
panics of troops will leave Fort Me-
i'nerson, (about one hundred mile?
W est of Fort Kearney,) Immedlatelv
and move eastward toward the Little
Blue River, scouring the country be
tween it ana tne ICepubiican in search
of thetving, munlenng savages that
have lately been raiding through that
country, with orders to "shoot where
ever they see a head." Capt. Alexan
der is also commissioned by Gov.
Butler to raie a company of militia,
for tne defence of the frontier line,
Arms and ammunition have both been
furnished him the improved Sepen
cer nne ana .knneias. ine epeneer
nnes ne toox out witn him last Tues
day, the En Gel J.- have leen thiprel
irom umana, ana win ne sent out as
ion as possible. The Adjutant Gener
al of the state has been ordered to have
subsistence furnished. These meas
ures will stop effectual all depreda
tions and we hope will punish these
yelping yahoos for past ones.
The Jubilee. Tlie first rehearsal
in the Coliseum at Boston of the Peaee
Jubilee has taken place. The Tele
graph informs us that two thousand
singers participated. hen tne per
formers were about leaving the Hall,
some one struck up "John Urown i
body," iif which the vast ehorus join
ed in one treniendious outburst of har
mony. An admirer of Grant then
shouted "Let us have ieaee," when,
"So'sav'a'n Of us," was responded by
five tliousand voices, to the tune of
America. "We won't go home till
momintr" "Auld LantrSyne," and
cheers for Grant, Gil more, and the Ju
bilee closed this impromptu and in
spiring end to the rehearsal.
John I. Redic, Esq., and Judge
Wakely, of the Omaha Ifir, had a
muscular trial of strength in the Dis
trict Court, at tliat city, on Thursday,
They were in the midst of a trial of
their intellectual faculties, when the
former used language that was not
relished by the latter, when he went
for his opponent, striking him a blow
on the heatfcr The two then closed,
and proceeded with an interesting
scrimmage until the "consthabies
make 'era sthon." . Judsre Lake fin
ished up theatfair by fining each party
$25. JVc. .
AVAsmxaTox, June 12.
Information has been received sta
ting that expeditions numbering six
hundred have safelv landed in Cuba
and joined the revolution.
Deserters from the Spanish army
are increasing every day, and there
are frequent collisions between the
Spanish forces and volunteers, and the
difficulties seem to be irreconcilable.
The Cubans have organized their
forces into two army corps, one under
Gen Jordan. An enrrairement Is dailv
expected. The Cubans are confident
of victory. Gen. Jordan has 2.000
men In his corps.
Chicago. June 11. Secretary Sew
ard and party will leave this city to
morrow forOmaha. Denver. Salt Lake.
California, China, Japan, Ac He
will be accompanied aa far as Salt
Lake by somo Chicago friends.
V tule In this Citv -Mr. Seward has
been the recipient of many courtesies.
The Iowa State Temperance Con
vention, which assembled at Des
Moines laet evenine. tnade no nomina
tions for State officers, although called
together partially for that purpose.
- " MAXUUED.
On Snndat even In sr. June ISth. br th rc.
A. May. at U irsiVen?e of Oeu. Dwnshert r in
this cHjt, Mr. Henry X. Sanders and Mis Keil
Oar friend and fcI'.o--1yp has gone em
igrated to the State of Matrimony. We wIru
him Immense Joy. He la a gyl pr ssman.
and will undoubtedly keep Ms bl.inkets an.l
rollers In pood order.
Tlie greatest eCbrt of hU llto
Thus far has been to get a wife ;
This accomplished, his next 6tep, may-be.
Will be to get a handsome
Site for a residence, tulhl thereon and hare
lore In a cottage" "till ye cant rest,- May
he always he able to rmll with impunity the
"devil's tail and hlc "Olive Branches b
nnmerous In the land of Nebraska.
NOTICE Is hereby given tliat the
fVv-mrtnershlO heretofore esltina lie.
ter U nmtemirned, vU: A. O. Kalev ami IV I.
Kaaloy. nnricr lJe ftrw nantir A. C. hjl- (V
txraHfaUea br UmiUUlon of Ihonrinnl arU-lra rJ
agi-fnirnt on th fit .lay of June. ami Dial It
rirj niw ptircnuwi ail ine itjrpn lit ue kxmi
tirm. aiMt heriHtr .vcsiiniM all nr4 Uhi I i f x- Iiw4.l.p
lucurml by Mud'lirtiu
A. r. KASI.EV,
PlTU. Nvb.. Juu 1st, 1SX.V l j
Goub (Kt4at HA
wAt-3frbrtfca. rtriij ss pjf-. rut.
3rfct4 Craa sad pr&oa fcSrwiein. tJ-
BcnTUfc If5pDi larrCj ia 4 ?eixsiA.
JTw '- Krjt
Xrr Cxtm.Trxia tosjr. rt. T-n
tAT UXna a Arc it-4 a4 raun. fi W t T' ae-rt
M le hii&r.aiA m heo SUiizpvrraCiLTvaxl-
TLm iMprvrrta-m fa jxr.: tb rv.:t of eptvfc
txat. T" V& bw?n- tow are Uirlafl 1 ls0"r
tt tU br pTsa JC
Cajra-Ba.--Ti cutX ia rrry iw. w-
f Satyrs. wl.5ci hr &-ri4 !rC
imcrvt 3k 1T.I.TS CHOCKTIT A3fD FXtO
- - UCCS MAEKET.
FXCm Winter? sack.
M EA r p tah-i
Uaiw & .
- y c
. 1 -V
- I 21
.SVliL'I' ti'A-len rsl-
Jiarr IIip V ami
TEA Imperial H
Yanx Il.rnon f
Dried f t
PKACH ES lriU y. f.
nTATES T toast.
CO AL OIL atUioai.
yjii ;s fi dor , , ,
. 1 w
MALT p-r tajri
LUMEEIl tVtouTrI pr W-
JZ ',) rr
? HIGGLES MVjiwjw1 pT Ivju.
L.VTII fXtoiiavoud ier -
2 .rfLS W
. 7 (
WOOD lry Hard ptreord.
WlfEAT Fall pr Ijuliel.
WOOL per B
Corrected arertJy fcr tie A d rrrtivfr by
MA YT DRY COOI4 CJrrniyo RBTirLATOB
Bosiaeaa Cnmlm frxa fVtZ.
Boaiaei tfctn, a
nrmmXA. fx 34.
Caapiawr raasa. $2 VV
Om Panw.t;- a.
Vwi fpxa 7h etK K fl 'Z.
OreraJtiiru. mmtii h4, fZ.
frverabirta. frma Ti rta. t ft Ti.
l"alrrtiirt. (nm i rt. Vof
llvti. tryn -m- -. ft tZ-Bwt-'i;
i a Imt. fl ZX
Hii plna 9W. Mru.
JSHT COOrS 3XAHICET.
Oarrected wkly tor tbe Adrertiy hy
jut rar trno i a tixrrn ixu uzxi itlatob
Calico. IW-fenc -
Heavy 1 ard arHte
n. yara ar
All Vmtjt Ia-laise, tne
Hunk C-U. a.
FUid TaamH. l,Vy-.
Balaaoral ftfcjna, (1 la
ir.l JhA .k1.! I1.? Jr-A.
UU Uftl A-A UU
T PILODUCi: PAHII
IK NEMAHA (X)l"TT.
Containing? ICO Acres. '
TTORTY Acre of rood Timber, bal-
JL taneeln hlirfi Mate of erjnjTatKTfU' A?l
dry IVrftmcn Iab4. Tw anuJI amriltrg bf;
one t tbem iw-ar. StaJnc 44 1 Wad anrw. A
rood yuonc taae Hortrr aa tanauad Uae r4acr.
Addrewi the aaVrriber at
R. A. STirWAKT.
St. Louis and Pacific
T? A TT.T7AY UHZS
H03TH MISSOURI RAILROAD
Tbe short link roanertlnc tbe
Great Pacific Hailicayx
SAINT LOUIS A2JD THE EAST.
THE THROUGH TRA INSover this
a rutvl mn In rioe connection wlthall the
Western Railroad, landinr paen 'rr ia St. Imin
la time to agLkerkog and imonadsatecoaoeruora
. Eastern Lines Tor
oxrrxxATi. ixniAXAPor.is. ctttcaoo.
lAlISVII.l.f. ri.KlM.MI 1"1TTS
Bl'KliH. BCFFAI. PHIIIDIU
New York, Bcstcu, TTaiMrgtcn,
aad all Eastera rUlea.
To BkenitalA tbe InereaM ef baMness rer
Road.tiia auaaaetaejit nave deeiued U raa
Threa THEOUGH Eipres3 Trains
fM rfaar fnaencra tleir cbnit f lUm'tm to tbe F.S,J
awi tjMf advaaiaca t iite ia( nine now aeiaT rnaai-
by the Koa toauaat rewa Pa. 1 trnms
Vo roreuiir'p tlekera. ee that tber read tk
.UTI1 JU.'WUllli IIAIUIUAU.
To be abWned at all Railroad Ticket OCees
R. H. KXIOITT.
A. W. XILLSPAt OH.
Oeneral TidEet AgeaC
i- x. Dtrr.
Oeaeral Western Arent,
Kt. JoaepH, Mo.
J. 31 F.RETirTn DAVI1S.
Ueaeral Advert i-dnc Aeewt,
iJ 'bid w u
OFFIfT rF T7TK rrtt,T.FTTon OF1
1YTKRXAL RKVKXVK. I
ILran r ths iTT r Ear.
Xruufs Citt, Jaae r, laav j
ANNUAL TAX LIST FOR 1S63.
XX. Notieets hereby tleen th-tt the annua
1W of Utwiwol ia accordance aririi tbe peori.
iona of tbe art of ( Vnrre-a, to araa-falc Internal Rer-
enoe 10 iryr me iwHimwii. t ray laser-, on
ineaams? om, aixi mr atiarr fnranA, appro
Jaaa aaa. I-, am tb amaaKtioaata theretn.
been retarned to aae by tbe Aarxoc af UU IntrVX.
and tbat aaal la tea are aoar du and ptrmmt here
of t berebr W-aaSal ; aad tbat I as ill ia persun or
oj uqiuiT, atieim a
a I lt4li4
ON JUNE Qlst, 1869,
for the parBoaeof reeerrlnc aid Iiim.
All person who shall oerlort l.t pt tbe timanl
of tbmr lAxea. hereby r!rtiA .!.. on or befire the
oav laai above mimel. arm t obiice.1 to par in a..
dilkw thereto a frmmir t fine )r mtrmm and alee
04 iwenty rents a eerviea of a Hecial im-hmfmI aixl
njc. inceiaer wiia imir ohm a miie tcavriistc
fire, actual It arxl neceaarily travrlel 10 iuaAe ihe
am a inTW,
titiiee hours froca 9 a. m. to I p. nv.
. . . J.K lAMASTER.
J. H. SHOOK A RROS.,
Manofttrlnrera an.l rbaler1n Native
all kinlt, length, hreailUM ami thirknem.
They own ami "urnneof tl ImsL Saar MllU
in the State, ami will furnUh
.m:cil.i.MC3 al lu iLDrns
vlth a htll of ijnmJer r lal or.Alltr. on
short notice, nl Uk Ivrtt Mr kei lriv.
' Zat!i and Piclzcta
X f way t of! lAX fr aale.
Tlior at lYch.n ill their store In nnia-
Hle alfttr'e Drf fiootla ami OiMceriea, ami
mtctt article, a re In reteral uwe.
Remember the itMalncsa, tlie men. ami the
Cry ii i i i Li w 1 r""
VTOTICT: is Lerl-T riven that by vir
1 to c! an &rUr rJ by te Frf
A i An u- rr&i met u yrriZ y
. . . . ' 4 i ... r- - -. V M J t tmt f 4
, k .r but ai Ir-mm iku tt!
iki 1 nin itksc A Tavern !) lam pr krrr
;mw m mf wot 1 .rtT Aem v4 FTu-er
of tht -x-j4 1 orl"" tA fttud iMAt" mf tta:
mnA lHa nrk w mi'A (rm ssr u
tXmy t r mf i-a "rk-jt ia ir wTjfn
to n"-iT'ci"-V iSniiiiv rxtrUr4 ; unlU aU
mcb ia,3 iiJul tr U-irit :
rta ytrtrr f win It rmtt jr
h r-x.'t ; jttriT of nr. n ea ,r a.
ti ryt f,aan-r vf rir, n ea-t t.r
rwwi wi ,.urt cf ixna -a"4 jr
Nor' a ar:-r of m;a et -
ir?-t nf ik!i ? rjr ton; 4
mil . j, r 1 t -r at4.
N Ituvir X W jr K ;r S fc,qr
Sm;h wet c;T " pa. qrwwna
fla ajs jr an i.r snota --
rnua arf.T BMrca mtf iwr'Ji far
If A I ia acciia eat5t r or.a mrfr r 3b.
iora fea f nrxvit 3.
North Hvqrawraw r as
!aifl ba.fs w ?r a w a w ;
?f.r?a half a w t,ra w,r
ri', a tuLtfa w)trav ,r
ra wK -riy
i tz wuum
i IZ hKM
i IZ tuj
i tZ iM9
i tZ -J
? "V ant aari vth aM
ijm Mdi - m qr f - ,r
r aaf hT w jr jr
i-oX mrnif m ar ir ar r e r
o"i arM ar aorta n(
Nta oat rjr a f
Lot 1 in i e ir v
Lo tlmwri ,r
LttSt ia i vi i
Ix i la m- qr s w -
Lot 7 in t e (,iw
Iji iaeiirw -:r . .
X riw jr
"K i IZ ZJ
- s 5 '
at haif e jr
s It .'
a tz X3uu
4 II atM
4 IX 3MM
4 I ajoa
4 It Wrv
4 13. tj
4 U Va ja
4 n mnjM
4 II 4M.
4 U -
4 J mjm
I r 4U.a
& rt vat.aa
a u um
Ka haif a e qr
bait r r e T
5 mr r "1'
w aail e ar a ar r
jkt BiXe half iriw((.
V aaiTa w r
N w qr e qr
UM I. T. s. . A in v r
av r zzj
1 tl u
ar qr m ar '-
C IZ 11H.
C 13 VV)ja
4 14 n l
4 14 .
4 14 Ka.a
4 M zjm
'- 14 j
5 !4 LM
1 LjuI 0 e T"
Ix I n e qr ar qr
IjM Z ia a e qr w qr
f e qr a ar qr
ar qr w
W ai ar mr
ar qr ar jr
1 i rf lot 1
Iu &rv 1 of
a. 4. li
l4 7lt I
I t ia ar qr a e qr
Iai t la ar ,r a
J tm m r a r
Ixit II ia t ar qr a ,r
Lies t: ia ar cr a e r
at 11 la a ar r a r
, li 4i.a
ar qr a ar
- TEItJIS Or SALE.
F'T Prafr Laa. 4w tnts tv'iW nV
4 ; an4 1-r irw kuMt. nr naST raa aa
oa aara ft ea )tr. tu Utmmrnjtm mt rbeaai
Bfra a jwastrrT arf f" u II inaiwa 1 aaaa
tore l-a year tnwai i, beartac iai. 1. 1 airaNif
ai.ar..'T ia at rinrr. at u-a pr cr-I jwt -. ttoe
dar of Jbaary a-Ti a-rr uat 44 ibe mf; bmm
ra e"e w e-af f f ere4 c pc-.J-iru. the
laod aliail wjrreanlerl, m-iJi the i.n.rr.v-rm-at!i
irrf-i.lo lt- f;r: 7w---Tl-fcJ m h aa fre
1 rrn tor t2e pwT-r or rinrta-r awa, it na)l ae
ft-rx-r rnw4 Nr lb trBxtKi-wawit a twa ft
Kier4f taecMuuy, to beafvrared ay taetsay
Tbe rarebaAer 10 litg t ae fs'I amount of tbe rwjr-
! ebae aanai y f.tr tee laats rwrHtw-! at Mara ale.
Itoe TiairT f jad eratirr ul d-liTer a r"np4.
asvl a duplVate roH;t on:A;r.rr: a l--riTiBn of
the larxj hWd. arwl aa aekrwlnlrrmenl 04 Uie raiT-
frjent of tb iw?rrfc-e rnotwr. ami n rannixi mm nt
eiiherof arhjch tn the JircT!rr at a?tTt:roafrfi f-
tr-n day fnmi dale mf nsca r-r-rm. be thai ni
ctate tbe parv-ba-r a title In ad land, in W airaple
irwtn ibfM taie. arxl tbe (Witwt ef a l-t- oa
tbe jrrrnrtM' to surb iMnvemnrof tbe other Tfp.
Aim! ta nonax ra. aan I 1 n rwM iu k, 1
TreaMirer iU firrnif ia datxnee. toae of arha-a
hail be retaioed fur Ue s u4 tbe sui. aAer beina-
ngmea or irw nnrrtiaer.) a eoniraet of n! tnr tbe
f tlie nwd pun-hae tn-nrr. aad tbe Inter"
tferwm a-rr; In- tw tbe nnclium 4f anrb
treTOrrTteTha:l !wrtii!l to dnn!io rwHM
tf rinetit and pujrita-a. fur iarii Uml: that an
aa4eltaU le ntcon.M :-l nun i1m Li ml lbMudr
eriberl. tliat do timber ) lerM terfi. etoer
Dreanaid ih tamaat ft nark taa,!.
aad frT improTsnrnU Utetvaan; aad ia easv Wanl
iaJl be tnatle ia tbe parotal or tbe inter or
pnauraU. w any ratrt Ibemaf. r it anv anrb jali
txri Miail be bnetu iliaim-a tin- UnSlhimi
rteerihed kbail he mrrem Wed br ibe MrraMT. h
oeirr aurna. ariUl the iirTniw tbereiai. to
theMiate. aad aatd coatract attaU be vuJ aad of bo
lltued BruTi-rn. -v.. Xr !!:. ro.
j WcrC Solflill HlOlTcr 1CC3
HOT C: I1A3 EVE?, FJ1Q
- TIIE PE3LFUT OTERATIOX OF.EVERT' ' '
CHATITEXI O AH STO V2
FULLY GUARAIiTEED. ,
AXD WH11KTU k'VOVX '
THEY STAND UHRIVALLED
mn nmxnvr. ....
Fun it R.mi.iTV.
Aad IDSVlJiliifR ,
Fi iiplHty of Mtimi ui at
X a a 1 aa. -
. t'laetry ao pnail bow. teyr caa affiled
to be w uboet uoe.
ST. LOUIS, 310.
S Iir.T.T.TITJB x-R G TJl - 22IICSL.
Uarlnc r4 opene.1. ai Xv il Vala atreet, Kroan-
of Milllfwy CmihK votOaU p.MWml-
ar-ii 1 Fran aj aJa-T ia:- tjtaJt nrlT pJt"U
puiv.at reanmahle prioes aenr-iire tcx hi "hettee
bair. aj ir utav a i.-h luiwrkii i.hk .
' " a J s
be Xo. 1, aiMt suale iip la tlte best oatyla, aad tUat
EVERY TOTJirG taw
r;a7 be re 6rd J arh be ;n tbe Ya
liAtvCrutiuinpKlaurus,(c; Kvtryene- T-"
flTt ",,r!oai'art'.rearei aUaile reWtpt of
UielateMnorettuiour Uae. tilaa acalL
(f -ins. J, K. BEAR.
- i jln si;ir
use j Mr jt--.-j t
Xlfli I . . . .
v A a.i
mm - ! a , V'T 'diwJl
tm t ' y -v . .
. - - :j u,
rv.' - -
" tJw. . r a hr-a;
IVI.iaaa T', mr f
,Cr- r,, irt. i-T, fc.
- pM kM, ' v r
thi fir. ,-7ri , fir! r-T aarr
art a T ,1 l 7 aC
lfeav.r . f 1 . , .. . Tci S4j(a, '
1 Ty rt'fr UbU t aW H .
J- C V'TirrtTT- y (-rt araf.
aTwnaaaaaniiii ", ava
t S!al I-Viit
14 arbnm a
, s.iT,r1M,,T-T ""tie. W,
uauia a 1 z.Ztbi r-y itu (
-d J!T WHWli raX: i
ara-a aad warr t nr aiai alii a:
rfarr, tar,. arV u, CTaV
ar ) at aaaaaa ur 1 tSwJT
t aaal iaawtM
'a- V. MrKt I
QALE OF I1E. L ES?TATE.-
r " itw'T riven lljat I. at Viiw
NraMKRalmiMn ' oja
Ck day 4r June, Hat.
ax 1 a -v s
is TJ a O-r it -
--f 7T, aaal t!iarH' bit mf Lata Oa avl
Tea, --v. T4. Tairwa, i.
1 a tirf ' !' W W afJ anM. .
t June. A. B.
pST ATT: of J AI3 wxdlemas.
A- Not w 1c b--r yTTeai rHat th rrvSa!a
aan mf 5exnaaa nhi. ra.a. aa aponBt
Jaw 1 .m A.iaa-rra.-,r 1 of ta oxaia
r. t wm, af aa. eaoat af .le
"av tVe-ae-. ; f J fi.--. fat 1 aa.4 laaa
a ararT3li a k'.r a ISie finan ' g
IfciiC a1 kliaa-f r:a.ta ara.f. Laa u iaj
7-" 2: eaaWr ra aaa fWri iai , la. 4.
Jeaa-r lik, 1.74S naunnrai
at rm a. aa. ,wulrtm,akMn laWM
ra tbe .-re rJ" raie Jo-:.- ia. iTUi.
All prai haririariaHi outx i.auteutf
are reqneatetl to t- avar .' 5 ml thr aW
rT"te J m vrr J.nrtmc-. a. UCa. at t
--"j rrf uTTrTt-Ciid.
lavced MaySM. tm
A W. 3ff E. J AX. rndavta jaa-x
Ef?TRAY NOTICI1 Taken np It
the WrrdeTalrnerl, llTln In- IjaUfKle
Pr-)nrt.o4eaod a half i,i iwai lawt 0 anila
MiU. fi tna rb Ut .4ar, ITW. oaw lw rar art
l!aT 3ar. mvkixl wut a war ia the fare. aa
wh,talaf rtM himl ' -- . - -r 1 tn r 1 I 1
a b-arS n-e ard IjuJ : aa a Tui.af
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