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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1869)
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Tiinsi.vY mouixo. ArorT iw.
Fcniator Tipton nnd family left this
ciij last Lrondaj for Ran Francisco,
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" TLe ITcmld says that utone coal trill
Le fold in Omaha next winter at $10
per ton. ' . f '
This dee I truly Indebted to .Mr?.
T. X. Sanders for one of the moct
tastefully arranged bouquets of the
, IIon.G.R. Shook was in town this
week. lie says that "a heavy rain fell
ki the South part of Nemaha county
n last Monday evening.
John Quincy Adams i out In favor
vf Jno. T. Hoffman for the next Pres
ident, and himself for the next Demo
cratic Governor of Massachusetts.
The Tribune says that many of the
farmers in the vicinity of Fremont are
elnbbing together for the purpose of
hippin their own grain to Chicago.
' Mr. C. "Woodier of Tectimseh, John
n county, was in our office this
week. He is one of the active niem-
bera of the Agricultural Society of
" The Trunk Railroad men hare been
in consultation in Nebraska City, and
the Chronicle informs us that they
have concluded to po to work now.
Good ; there is work to do.
Late dispatches informs us'that the
Hon. Nathan Blakely, of Beatrice, has
been appointed Receiver of the U. S.
Land Office at that place, vice J. L.
Carson resigned. Good for Uncle Sam
and friend Blakely as well.
The new town of Craig, on the St.
Joe & C. B. Railroad was first laid out
about a year ago, since which time a
very important village has been built
np, and by a vote of its citizens re
cently taken, it is now an Incorpora
J. E. Lamaster, U. 8. Revenue Col
lector, reading at Nebraska City,
gave cs a call last week. He epe&k
very encouragingly of the future pros
pects of Nebraska, and of the great
improvements now In progress in va
rious portions of the State. - .
Andy Johnson and Emerson Eth
ridge are the two copperhead candi
dates for U. S,' Senator in Tennessee.
The probabilities are that Andy will
ot live to enjoy such honor long,
should they be conferred. He is suf
fering from the effects of a cancer.
A- TL McCandless, living near Oma
ha, bought a farm near Atpinwall in
this county, and is now engaged in
erecting thereon a large frame dwell
ing house. He has the appearance of
a thorough going man, and will be a
II. !fi A at a a. m
Tiuuaoie acquisition ui mai pan oi our
county. . ,
Wm. H. Miller of the Pro, Ne
braska City, was In the office yester
day. Mr. Miller is one of the pioneers
ef the press In Nebraska, and at one
time was the proprietor of the Adrcr
ticr office. lie Is down on a short
visit to bis parents living three miles
west of Brownville. :
The latest telegrams say that the
immense amount of whisky burnt re
cently In Philadelphia, the account of
which is given in this Issue, has pro
Ten to be nothing but water. The in-
the matter thoroughly before .paying
over the Insurance money, for which
the building was supposed to be set
ri Ere by interested parties.
TTe learn that the vote on last Sat
urday rcful ted In favor of subscribing
oOO.OOO to the capital stock of the road
fsom Quincy to Brownville, the ma
jority being 1,773 votes. The M. A M.
R. A. L., and the Q. M. & P. toskIs
will unite their interests this side the
Norta Missouri ; and the word is that
the road will undoubtedly bo com
pleted to Brownville next year.
. The Eclipsed Sun was observed but
five minutes on last Saturday. At 4:15
the sun reached a clear sky. At this
time-it was about three-fourths dark
ened "When first seen it was in the
shape of a new moon. The moon
covered the lower three-fourths. In
fifteen minutes more it appeared as
though the sun bad set half an hoar,
gaoaafltrit became light. Thecloudy
weather was quite a disappointment
to the people of Brownville.
.- The 2for(h TVestcrn Journal of Com-
vuroe is a new paper putushed at
Oniiha, devoted to everything except
PcIIUcs and Religion. In No. A (Its
last) we find a very severe personal at
tack upon the Proprietor and Editor
cf the Omaha, Republican, Whether
this is an Indication of its political
tendencies or not we are unable to de
termine but surmise it is from the
fftct that it glories over Llw defeat of
the Republican ticket In Oaioha List
" "We had hoped this week to give our
rcaJrs some definite information as
to tie commencement cf work on the
road west from- Brownville. It now
seems thsX the capitalists who were
expected to take hold of the matter
are now EtamLIirg over the report cf
Chief Engineer Moulton of theNcrtb
llissouri and Trunk R-uL-eda. The
tzZd cr-!ecr passed i'p a!r: r th rrat
bant cf tLe 11L :-?url River hit w!n
then tiiea reports the vr.nej cf the
Trck rsIlroa.l,acd adds that tl? cIy
ara.l!e lands in Nebraska are within
fifty miles of the river, and conse
quently the State lands which are all
writ of this line, are cor?; srativcly
worthless, Ik ir.g within that bug bear
cf years r) "known rs the Crest
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During the last Presidential canvas
the Democracy resolved and re
resolvlved, that there should be more
ecoraomy practiced in the expenditure
of the public fun d. And by economy
we supposed, and the country sup
posed, that they Iid not meaq to use
the word In any legitimate' Fen se, but
as a modernized Dem'yrr&tic figure of
speech, so as to include the doings of
the Common Council of the City of
New York, Nebraska City, and the
last Democratic Administration under
Floyd, Davis & Co., as proper exam
ples in.explanation of the resolutions
so pompously adopted. -
As a further illustration of, the
meaning of this word In the Demo
cratic vocabulary, we refer our readers
to, the recent, developments of the
action of the Democratic Council of
Nebraska City of about that period of
time when DemocTstl? conventions
were so prolific 1n resolutions of Ihis
character. It i3 now ascertained that
the people of Nebraska City, not lik
ing the route of 31idland Pacific voted
authorizing the Mayor to issue $25,000
in City Bonds, and donated them to
said company, on condition that the
adopt another route in lieu of the one
The arrangement was made, but in
stead of the $i,C)') voted, it is now
found that $33,500 were issued the
excess being consumed In paying at
torney fees, com minion to city officers,
and such like Democratic delinquen
The matter coming to light, much
ado is now made over the matter by
leading Democrats of that place; not
that they condemn the over-ksue, for
many of them say they knew , it
months ago, but Spartan like they
depricate the notoriety which the case
Li bound to assume. Stealing with
them is not a crime, unless It be found
out. Not the act itself, but its discov
erable qualities, calls for punishment.
Browxviixe, August 10, 1S03. ;
Editor Xebrasla Advertitcr?
Dear Friexd Permit me to say to
the readers, of your most excellent
paper, and the public generally, that
the Blue River Association of United
Baptists of the State of Nebraska, will
meet with the ML Zion United Baptist
Church of Nemaha County, on Fri
day before the third Lord's day in
September, 1SC9, . . - .ii. .1
This will be the first annual meeting
of the Association since its organiza
tion In August" 1RGS. "We hope the
Minister? of the. Missionary Bapli?t
and the brethren will meet with us.
and with us labor for the upbuildingof
our Master's Kingdom. Come and
help us. - '. .:y. . : ,
The Introductory Sermon will be
preached by Elder P. BolIrErerJ of
Pawnee County, Nebraska. .
A general attendance is solicited.
We have a whole hearted people, and
ample arrangements will be made for
the accommodation of all who may
IRA MOORE, Tastor.
Nebraska papers please copy.
In a harried visit to Teru this week,
we noted many valuable Improve
ments on the way.
Dr. Mathews has opened a large
farm about two miles this side of
Honey creek, the fencing in of which
has changed the road for four or five
miles to Peru. . .
Mr. W. W. Smith has built a large
house on his farm which corners on
Dr. Mathew's farm.
. We noticed three other new build
ings on the road but did not learn to
whom they belonged.
Many new houses have been built
In Teru since last January. The Nor
mal School building has been mate
rially x-hanged. The roof has been
raised and a cupola and bell has been
added, and the grounds fenced.
We were pleased to note these im
provements us evidences of the pros
perity of the town and its citizens.
Peru is backed by one of the finest,
richest and best settled portions of our
eiranty, and when the Trunk Road is
completed to this point it will infuse
new life and quicker blood into the
arteries of its growing commerce.
On our return home by the way of
London, the most prominent features
noticable was the big cornfields of
heavy lop-eared corn ; many large
ricks of wheat and oats, and some
few fields of grain in the shock ; and
last, though not least, the large new
dwelling of Mr. Winter's, near Lon
don. This, when completed, will
make one of the best dwelling houses
in the county ; it is already inclosed.
Although our object in going to Pe
ru was to attend the Funeral of a de
parted friend, we rcttm to our sanc
tum much! refreshed oral exhilerated
by the few friendly greetings from our
hospitable farmers and the friends at
rem. - . . r -
The Tecum sch Gazelle favors an 'ex
tra Session of the Legislature; it also
reports the following oHlccs Installed
in Tecumsch Lodge of I. O. of G. T.:
II. P. Bickford, W. C. T.v Julia
Rhodes, W. V. T. ; B, F. Perkins, P.
W. C. T. ; S- S. Eanlove, Sec'y; F.
R. Riven1', F. Sec'y ; Mary Paddock,
Treas. ; W. M. Ruck, I. G. ; Mary
Lawrence, O. G. B, S nod grass, R;
H. K,,- Ceh'a Wads worth, L. H. S..
Angie McKee, Sec'y; Lonisa Law
rence, M, 7 A. FolJen, W. C
We tike the following items from
the Falls CrJcmnU -We
- were faT? red wii? rs call cm
Monday by Prof. J. II. 2 .leTCrcsie, "of
the State Norm - I &c"fcool rfe Feru, and
Rev. Eurge, of Netnalia City..
The brie across tL? Mu&Jy at
Ewing's ford has been ccraplcted and
is ready for use.,
Jcc!e Mason, at the solicitation of
the members of thebaroflhbs county,
has a:1!oumed the Fall Term of Court
from the first Mondr.y la Ccrtembcr
to the rst Tuesday ia November.
Monday, tj ent: r vipt I.i d;:t:
l'. tv A-- nc:.il: Jr-i',.e. He l ave?
his Him-Hy htre, and will rrr-lnMy re
turn ponr? tirse :.irir.: ti.e winl::t:r
ci a vi.-.t ' .
TT.e fi'lowlr.rr t" r.n:ou nt of
I.'inds critored U the JU .-.trice . land
c::;ce-fir their.oi-.th ef July, I ; D r "
Volt entries, T,TJ;I a-jres; heme-f'-.-v!,
C,2C:'J acre?; l.ir.d nrr.rr.--r. Is,
5."-"' acrrs; ; f.r.al hern I,! 00
rrr.'; re eruption, acre?, rr.a-
ki: a tttrd cf 13.C :2 r.crts f ir tha
dulicct business nionthof theyetr. -
WtittM tat tk JUvcrtbec
A nixcontma f pan ttie Estjecl
S ttiixll rj. .' 'it
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The discourse delivered pon the
above mentioned subject, at the Pres
byterian Church, on last Sunday
morning, by the EvMr. Baird, was
not only remarkable bemuse of the
ability which characterized it, but
also remarkable became of its adapta
bility to the times.
It is not the present plan to" report
the above mentioned discourse, but
briefly to allude thereto with the addi
tion of a few thoughts concerning the
belicfin Mixlem Spiritualism, and the
result tkat such a belief must necessa
rily have upon the mind. " i ; -' .'-
, The ' discussion was, in the first
place, a resume of the extensive fffer
atureboth! sacred ;and proper con
cerning the question, from the earliest
down. , The manifestations. and phe
nomena of ancient spiritualism were
most , clearly shown to he identical
with the spiritualism of to day. ' "
The effects and consequences resul
ting from a belief therein were clearly
and unmistakably , set forth, and the
dangerous tendencies of such a belief
were very forcibly illustrated. '
If facts and reasons were puf3elent
tocon vict a man of error, and convince.
him of truth', there could be but little,
if anything," added to , the discourse
alluded to. But men .are not convin
ced of the fallacy of their theories by
the lights and truths of reason, unless,
indeed, they are ready and willing to
renounce tbem, should they. fail. to
stand the test; because, as Dr. John
son remarked, "Men willingly believe
what they wish to be true."
It does not suit the purpose of .the
believer in spiritualism to renounce
his faith therein.' He imagines he
sees in this direction the method by
which he can altogether avoid human
accountability to a Supreme Ruler.1-
His reasons for escaping such an ac
countability being of the utmost con
requerJces to liimself, he eagerly grasps
whatever comes wfthin his reach,
though it be nothing more than the
straw of spiritualism. v , ' ; .
Then, the most trivial statements
are magnlSed into the most remark
able coincidents and revelations.
When the spirit'of a certain deceas
ed person announces, through the me
dium, that in the worldly k estate cf
said deceased person," there hzrt Been
appointed "; two administratorSj, the
circle is c!?cfri.1eJ with the astound
ing relation and remarkable 'coinci
dent; for, that two administrators ha
been appointed is a notorious fact, and
if, moreover, a matter of public re
cord. : When a medfom, by the aid of
darkness, can exeeuto thess tricks of
legerdemain, which a more accom
plished trickster can perform in the
light withoot deteetion? it is altogeth
er astonishing and convincing.
It is, no diubt, . true enough that
there are manifestations and phenom
ena eon nee ted with spiritualism which
may not be explained or accounted
for, but such inexplicable manifesta
tions are not, necessarily, proofs of
the truth of the doctrine; no more
than the fact, that because we cannot
comprehend space, there is no such
thing. . ; - ' :
- I cannot comprehend the thought
that matter always existed, therefore
it was created. I cannot comprehend
the thetight that matter was created
out of nothing, therefore it alwaj-s ex
isted. Here one proposition seems as
impossible to human understanding
as the otlerf yet one must be true,
otherwise the universe s a mytri, and
man has no physical existence ; and
such a doctrine as this is not worthy
of a moments serious consideration.
Therefore how absurd to give cre
dence to a doctrine because of the in
comprehensibility of some phenome
naespecially absurd, when we re
member with what profanity the
manifestations are characterized, and
when we take into account the ques
tionable motives by which some are
said to be governed who patronize the
What, Indeed, could be more-repulsive
to the purest and noblest sympa
thies and sentiments of the heart,
than the thought that the spirits of de
parted friends were subject to the calls
of medietas, and at whose command
they discoursed fs most absurd and
Were I to believe that the spirits of
the beloved dead, being free to com
municate with us in this life, instead
of watching over our welfare, and
causing their gentle and healing pres
ence to be felt within my own strick
en heart, should be subject, alone, to
the class of spiritual mediums, then
the most bitter hour of existence
would be the hour of such a belief.
The terrible anguish with which
the heart is convulsed at the final par
ting trpon earth the Iss? embraco;
the whi.'pered farewell; the fading
vision ;. the death shudderand what
we prized beyond all other , earthly
gifts is gone, forever gone, would be
Insupportable had we not the' cheer
ing and tustaining consolation that
the rpirit has gone to a brighter and
happier world beyond, where sorrow
is unknown and joy and gladness ever
Ob, Mind devotee! to avoid one re
sponsibility wouldst thou create many!
Is It the Mind Icrr'irg the blind? or
the Hind leading those xrho have eyes
tut see net? A-L. R.
. m in
For the benefit of those purposing
to &;iend tie Nebraska folate-Teachers'
Association, appointed at Omnia on
the ith insL, we publish the follow
ing: ; -.
. OiiAHA, August 5, 1SC3. ;
- Jnxrrr Hitxett Dear Sir; As re
quested, I eeiid you the result of our
appllcatfcrr for red net ten of fare on the
Rilroada i!fworef attendants at the
State Teachers' Association. . -'.
' The 'St. Joe. & CocrrcH Blur Road
will charge coming, and return free.
The U. P. R. Road will charge com
ing, and cne-Sfth fare returning, to
such as present certifiratea cf attend
ance s,s centers. -. - .
Ari::r:::ir.ts for entertainment cf
fr:cr:d3 evading from a distance "Kill
reed? iia attention. .
si---1 . - Respectfully, - i
L. A. WALKER.
rScn cf tie Q, Zl. &. r. mZ IZ.
The Canthn (Mo,) GazcUk, In an ar
ticle devcted to the Railroa4 question
propose a union of the Quincy, Jfissou
ri &PatiSe arid Mississippi Missouri
River Air-Line interests aie as fol
lows. ; ' ' .
Owing to the adoption of toe lower,
or tnost "feasible and practicable
route" by the Q. 11. P. Road.it will
not in any way, interfere with the M.
& M. R. A. L. until both roads cross
the North Missouri II road, from thence
to the Missouri river, the lines are so
cfose to' each other, tliat two roads
running in parallel in such close prox
imity will Le found unnecessary and
almost superfluous. - We would there-"
fore suggest that -wherr both mads are
completed toj-.the 2jrorthJ Missouri
Road, that the two roads unite upon
one route to the Missouri river, tnus
saving'miliions of dollarsj and accom
plishing every object and subserving
every purpose that both lines could do.
We commend a consideration of this
plan to our Quincy friends, knowing
nositlrelv as-we do that where now.
thevseem.to be expecting millions of
dollars for the Q. M. & P. Road they
will only receive a few hundred
thousand; .- ; ::;" "
' rAW.N'EK CVTYf August .7, ISoD.
The Nebraska State Meeting of the
Christaian Church, . for 1SG0.: will be
held in Nebraska City,, beginning
Tuesday, September' 14th. . Opening
address at 8 o'clock P. M- .-Arange-ments
had been made to commerce on
the 7th, but learning that the-Statc
Meeting of the deciples of Christ in
the State of Missouri will convene at
that time, and knowing that many
brethren desire to attend both meet
ings, we put our meeting on the 14th
instead of the 7th, as before appointed.
Many able speakers will be present
from other States, and deliver addres
ses daring the meetings " r
r Ample provisions will be made for
the entertainment of strangers, who,
fon arriving in the city, will please re
port at the otnee of R. M. Davenport,
123 Main street, up stairs, where a
committee will be found to provide for
them during the meeting.
We hope that all the congregations
of the Christian Church in the State
will be represented, and report to the
Meeting: . - : . ; -
1st. Number of members.
2d.. Officers -Elders and Deacons;
3d. How often they have preaching,
and who preaches for them.-
4th. '.Their prayer meetings, social
meeting, etc " - . r " -t :-"'.
5th. Sunday r SchooL . number of
scholars, teachers, name of superin
tendent, papers: circulated : in . the
school, generalj)Ian of managing- the
5U1WU.. .4 . ' It- - i .-r "i
" th. The' general : wants, of the
church -' - " - :j i. ; . ; '.
. If any church ca trot be represented
at the meeting, let theai report by
letter to B. M. Davenport," Nebraska
CitTi Jn . the - above particnlars. If
written . reports are cnt - la, they
should be in by the . 7th of September,
so as to give lime for a Secretary's re
port. , , :. '
; We hope for a full attendance and
a glorious meeting. ;.,- :
w.. . R. C. RAItnow,
j..;-: ,t l r i i. . ; D. R. DtrsaAs..' ,
Chicago, Aug. 7. Singmon and
Chay Chew, our Chinese visitors.
were entertained with & private ban
quet at the Sherman House last even
ing, which was attended by our
leading citizens. O. M. Richards,
President or the Board of Trade nresi
ded, and speeches were made by Mr.
Richards, AMerman Wicker. Hon
N. B. Judd, S. S, Gould of San Fran-.
cisco. J. Medill of the -Tribinrz, and
Chay Chew. The speech of the latter
was a gem, as follows :
Eleven years ago l came from my
home in China to seek my fortune in
your great republic, I landed on the
golden shores of California utterly ig
norantof your language, utterly un
known to any of your people, a stran
ger to any of your customs and laws.
and in the minds of some an intruder
one of that race whose presence
was deemed a positive injury to the
public prosperity; but, gentlemen, I
found both, kindness and justice!
I found that above the prejudice which
had been formed against us there flow
ed a deep broad stream of popular
equalitv, that the hand of friendship
was extended to thepeople of all nations
and even Chinamen might live and
he happy, successful and respected in
free am erica, f Applause! leathered
knowledge in home and public schools
Jl learned to speas as you do, to read
as you do, to act and think as you do.
And, gentlemen I rejoice, that it is so.
that I have been able to cross the vast
continent without- an interpreter.
applause that here in the heart of
the L nited States I can speak to you
in your own familiar speech, and tell
you how much how very much I ap-
Ereciate your hospitality, lapptausej
ow gratified I feel for the privileges
and advantages I have enjoyed in
your glorious country, and how earn
estly I hope that your example of en
terprise, energy, vitality and national
generosity may leseen and understood
as I see and understand it by our gov
ernment. Applause. Mr Burling
ame had done much to promote a good
feeling in China towards the Ameri
can nation, made himself acquainted
with the authorities at Pekin, and he
won their confidence to a remarkable
degree. He is an excellent man, and
I believe if hbi advice is taken and
acted on, China will soon be a cordial
friend cf all the commercial powers of
the eirth. .Already we are doing
something in the way of progress and
modern improvements steamboat
lines have been established on our
rivere, and now we want the milroad
and telegraph, This wonderful sover
eignty of the Western Hemi here;
where the peor-Iorale, and when? there
is ever proclaiming peace and good
will to all who has taken th lead,
and China now mnt away the dust of
her antiquity, and looking across the
Pacific, behold and profit by the new
lessons of the New V crld. Applause
We trust our visit, gentlemen, may be
productive of good results to all of ns,
that the two great countries of the
Last and West China and America
may be found forever together in
friendship, and C&inaraen in America
may find a like protection and like
consideration In search for happiness
We take the following Items from
the Beatrice Clarion?
Mr. Artemus Baker Is bnilding a
congiderble two-story sedition to one
of his tenements.
The second floor of Reynolds',
Grigrs' & Webb's new brick block is
being fitted up and ha.ndsomely fur
nished for a court room. -.
The stone work on Judge McDow
ell's bank building is completed, and
tke wood-work aid finishing up will
be pressed forward. . . '
Camp Meeting.- There will be,
Providence permitting, a Union camp
meeting of the following stations and
circuits, to-M it; Nebraks Ciry station,
Peru station. Peru circuit, London
circuit end Brownvilie station, .held
on the eld camp ground four miles
south-west frcm Terr?, ta begin on the
I.'ta cf tfc.u month. I nenda from the
adjoining works, both Nebrsa and
Iowa, are invited to attend. .There i3
a good shed and abundance cf water.
The committee will meet on Tuesday
raomlrg the 17th at 9 o'clock, , to
arnutgc; zzd gt the ground -B.
Lemon, P. E.
Nebraska City Dl M. II Church,
The Kem of August Cth contains
the following local items :
The Superintendent of . Public
Schools for the Stats of Nebraska is
intbecity. ' ! V "
Nebraska f Apples. At Reeds
drug store may be seen a cluster of
three apples, raised on the Morton
farm, which fordiiiciou?neRS of flavor,
siz and beauty cannot be beat in any
State In the Union. V w
One hundred and fifty young beef
cattle passed down Main street yester
day morning bound for Chicago.
Thev-are owned by our rural friend
Joe. Shelenbarget. " ; " "
' We learn from Mr. Albright, who
visited the Mason farm last week that
his Honor has one of the finest vine
vards in the country. The Alderman
informs ns that thirty-two grapes will
make a pound. This is no fish story.
The citizens of the county will bo
called upon at the next general elec
tion, to vote for or against a tax of
$20,000 to put good and durable bridges
in different parts of the county. - -
We understand that Capt. Laboo
received the contract for carrying the
U. 8. mails to and from the depot on
the opposite side of the river. lie re
ceives fl,(XX) perannum.
Armstronir raises successfully in his
orchard an apple called the "Carolina
Red." The tree is heardy and a great
bearer. We have seen no fruit in Ne
braska to excel it,- for summer use. It
is now ripe and almost -out of season
This item is for the benefit of new
beginners of orchards.
The Eclipse at Sprlnficld III.
Chicago. August 8. The eclipse at
Snrinerfield Illinois, was a startling
and sublime" phenomena. The ' sky
was nerfectlv clear, not a cloud visi
ble. - . . ......
Professer Pierce, of Harvard, had
charge of the observations, which
were made neartbe city resorvoir. 1 A
hundred rjhotosrraphs were taken of
the eclipse by Mr. Black, of Boston
When the total obscursion took place,
the heavens and earth presented a
scene of awful sublimity.
A brilliant . amber colored corona
appeared around the sun and moon.
shootincr ravs of light outward in al
directons, when the ' whole horizon
was illuminated with a lirrht of the
same color. The planets Mercury
and Venus and a number of fixed stars
were distinctly visible, but no planets
between Mercury and the sun were
A brilliant rose colored name or
protuberance was noticed in the west
era limb of the sun during the period
of total obscuration. The phenomenon
known as "Bailey's Beads"' was also
distinctly witnessed. The phenomen
on. Prof. Pierce thinks it occasioned
by the refraction of light. He is also
satisfied that the corona, or halo, at
the time of the total abscuration was
occasioned by the sun's atmosphere
Prof. Chas. Schott, of the Coast Sur
vey had charge of the general arrange
ments, and, with a powerful telescope
observed particularly the form of the
protuberances, and made special ob
servations, in connection of the
photographer. W. P. Montague,
graduate of the Harvard Cellecre this
year, was detailed to note the time by
the chronometer, and during the en
tire eclipse; from its commencement
until nsrsnai close, never lor a mo
ment allowed his eye to wander from
the dial plate thus not losing sight
the eclipse In any of its phases.
During the total obscuration of the
sun a silence like death rested over
the dty; birds Cew to their nests:
fowls to their roosts, and chickens to
their friendly wings of shelter. A
drove of cows feeding pear the reser
voir with bead and tails erect and
with a startled and frightened look
started lor the otv and did not cease
running until Old Sol once more shone
forth. Many other incidents, some
laughable and some grave, transpired
during the eclipse." Dogs were seen
ugaze m wonaer at tne iernoie ap
pearance of theskv and remain during
the total obscuration in an attitude of
alarm and wonderment, but just at
the moment of the first rav of the sun
appeared again expressed the joy
they felt in a way dogs only can. The
observations made by the scientific
gentlemen have been all that could
be desired. The photographs taken
by Mr. Black have never been equal
ed in perfectness of execution."
Ir n for.tlie Denver Pacific
. . . Railroad Released from
. . ; Attachment.
Ojiaha, Aug. 9. The attachment
suit oT Davis and associates asrainst
the contractors of the Union Pacific
Railroad, has been dissolved by
Judge Lake. ' The Iron attached by
the Sheriff is ordered released. It is
intended for the Denver Pacific Rail
road.' ; m 1
Madrid, Aug. 4. It is stated pos
itively that Spain has refused to part
with Cuba, on any terms, to the Uni
. ,The Des Moins Valley Railroad is
completed to its junction with the
Chicago, andforth-western, 25 miles
west of Montana. This important
Iowa road will probably reach the
City of Fort Dodge during the month
of September. . . '
tr mmmmmuamf 0 r '
Mr Putman of Lincoln called on ns
last evening. He speaks in flattering
terms of the prospects of that locality
and the abundance of crops, lie is
maklni? arrangements to start a grain
depot at Lincoln and giving the farm
ers an opportunity of a market at home.
It is truly encouraging to see such
men taking hold and working to the
interest Of the farmer. We wish them
abundant success and a good margin
in their undertaking.
"Washington, An?. 7. The Presi
dent" during his recent visit here,
stated that it was his intention to
make changes In all offices where the
present incumbents had been in eight
years or more, no matter how tapable
the Incumbents may be, and especial
ly would the preferences be given to
those who suffered during the war, as
successors to those to be removed.
London, August 7. The British
government have refuse to grant an
exequatur to Jymes Haggarty, ap
pointed Consul of the. United States at
Glasgow. The government base their
refusal on the ground that Haggarty
was connected with the fenian move
ment. Leavenworth, Ausr. 7. Thieves
entered SL Pauls church, (Episcopal)
corner of Senca and Seventh streets.
last nignt and stole the silvercommun
ion service, the vestments cf the
church, a large bible ami other articles
about the alter.
MONTPEEIER. An ri?t lQ.Tka Ver
mont Council of Censors voied to-dar
to . recommend the Constitutional
Convention, to convene In February
next, the incorporation in the State
constitution of the article permitting
women to vote.
It is nnderstood that the Rmrvress
Furehie is corn in? to thlacountrv' the
Navy Department will be advised by
the commanding oSieer cf the U. S.
Squadron in Eurcpe in time to make
preperations for her reception. The
French Fleet to convev the Km press
across the Atlantic, will in that event
r roDatJy he escorted by Bear Admiral
tad ford in his Sag ahip Franklin.
.. . .. . . urn .
Wilmington. An". fi Fr-W:
(colored), was elected to the Legisla
ture yesterday by 40J majority. . .
Saratoga- Aug. 6. A preposition
introduced in the national Dental
Assocciations yesterday in ivor of
admitting women to full merr, ! ershlp
ia subordinate Asscdaiicf i r.ndtit
in consultations " the cciiJaratf-Ti
of sex should be avoided an i only abil
ity and moral character Le the stand
ard, was tabled.
B'ofrroN, Aug. 9. Chas L. Little,
founder and senior partner of the tirm
of Little Brown & Co., well known
law publishers, died this mcrning, in
his 71st year.
Marrying women for their beauty U
like eating a bird for its sweet singing.
WnxiAM Reed died at his rnsMenee ta
Glen Gock Precintt, KecuLha Coontj.on tb
Sth lnat, and en Monday bis far oral, which
wm conducted by the HajsonU Order, of
which he was a member, was attended by
large concourse of rvLatlrea and frtemln. ,
Mr. Keed came to thia Territory in 1A from
the State of Indiana. Shortly affenrardii,
having married a daughter of Anarla Dood,
he settled on a ftirm In Glen Rock Precinct,
where he continued to reside until the time
of his death. From the time of h U settlement
In our county be tool: an active and promi
nent part In all jnb!I matters and was al
ways liberal In his views and la fivor of pro
greMand Improvement." In an earlier day
was an Old Line "Whig, bat was among the
first to act In th fcfcuitlon of the Re puMIcan
parry In this eoantv.In which he took a lead
ing position. He was often a delegate from
his precinct to the County Conventions, and
In lS61he was elected to the Territorial Legis
lature and flld good service, belr.g placed on
the Committee of Eanks and Federal Rela
tions, and in 1SS he was delegate to the State
Convention and assisted In nominating the
present State officers ' '
. Mr. Reed was a prompt, enerjret Ic, thorough
and somewhat exeentrtc man, honored and
respected by all his acquaintances. Coming,
as he did, among the first settlers of theeoun
ty, he knew by experience what weie the
hardships the pioneers endured, and took
great Interest In his latest years In every, en
terprise that looked towards thedevelopmant
of the county. lie leaves a wife and five chil
dren to mourn his Ions, who have the sympa
thy of the whole community in their be
reavement. JomrjfT Riottx died at the. residence of
Roh't Teare, In Brownville, on last Sunday of
Consumption, aged about 15 years. lie was
an Ogallalla Sioux Indian brought to this
city by CoL Furnas, and by his eloee attention
to the day and sabbath schools and nnusally
good conduct and lively disposition had en
deared himself to the children of Brownville
and was a pet with the older people.
HE IV ADVEKTISEJIE5TS.
3IEDFOIXD b IIOTTAIXD,
Are prepared to farnfah . . . .. ,
DESIG1IS .fe SPrcmOATIOITS
tor ail kinds of a r.
.PUBLIC 15D PRIVATE,
': of Ute latest and most approved strles.
ALSO TAKE COUTH ACTS
-' , All Hwb cf Job Work done to order! -.ayStiop,
corner Main and Second streets, i
JJROfrXVILLK -VXB. - 45-y
CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING
XE IT B lSIXES$ OP THE YEAS:
Number of Policies two
AmotiBt kecoed thereon-
CASH RECEIPTS FOB THE TE.4E.'
Amoont to . ,
. $13,129531 6
Of which the interest oa invest-
" meuts waa
AXO VST PAID FOR CLAIMS B T DEA TJT
... '...: 81,143,659
. ,j ISTZEEST SECEirEIf
Was more than $30 9,009 ia excess of the Claims.
" - CASH DITIDEXDS TO POLICIES
A moon ted to the lare rem of $3,265,001 17
This' is more than twiee as macb as was paid by
any other lift Company ta the World, as appear
by the official return. The adranta? es enjoyed by
the poiiry-hotders in this Company ever tnce in
any other, eooid net be better exemplified.
Offered to policr-holders is manifest from the
Oder no leas than from the amoont of the Com
pany's Aweta. ' These Include Investments oa
Bond and Mortgage noon property worth In
every case not lews than doable the amount
. loaned- : Sl,45Ss357 43
Government Stock , . 5, 003,1 OS 73
Seal Ewae.,...,., . 95 107 OS
Cah deposited with Banks and m
TrostCo's 12.683 C3
THE ASSET OF THE CO If PA XT
Include no Pretnhmi Notes, as the bnstnesa of the
Company at conducted boob aa exclusively cash
bases. - -
. O A S II !
GESERAL AGEXTS FOR THE WEST,
st. Louis, ro.
JAKVI3 a CIIURCH,
Local Agent, : : : Erovrnville.
o-tf ' "
Trim:? & titivuzi
m ' "i
One and a half mOes south east of
JZijLCD A. IaI2
NEMAHA COrNTV. NKBRASXA.
THE nndersined wishes to dispose
A rf 0a II and red aid Sltxy Acres mt
TiaaMr at raawonbl rabes, fee
" - cjtsn czi toch.
ThriBe fntMeiled f!I Sad It ta fhr adnn'mlA
buy a pw-f of Tin'ter while rv ia reat-h of itnr
!"';, aa Land and Timber at uit taiiutg ia vaiue.
.wtse oa ana Bias a ffarmwn.
cau o riiAiLi n. n. rrr-vp . -
X en Jle-w variety, at -. -
& 2., Ac, in
I'. I'X'!iI .Xt
BOOTS AND SnOES.rft ia the
jeans ADTriiTisrvc agittcy.
Coraer Fmiuun en-) n:k 8tiets.
trance cn IZ'Zi ZlrcczU
A. ZPcrrn an ent Ixxntltvitlori
Esubiinbed exdiisirety for Uae treaimest of
phnictika in eurxW lm Ioa.uikja Uan tl mirT
yyrw v?Tu-trri ia nw j n( t ii i .ai nmsrrr. mii
hut pracucsi iml3i of every nympuna ctkut
qneni on or arwing fv-m tmtV.y trt-U cm or veo
erl com p bun w. will be uf fT-t benetit totixM
csJi'.n j;n him t -r ofinUun. and be woukt
cautKMi uhm h ini w-Miti4rT sympuma renucio
inif to be a once pnprtr m tnftre Ux- emuto
tnja bncom aniTia:ntl, Um bJ;i broken down,
and the intei;CujU art-1 mniiU tacuitiov destroyer 1.
Xo mwarjr ueL w irat cnrd iaftix hKir
i ToclxJw, ; tiree for 4V by ro:i. All
cared by a rto mt rfrtunt treatment,
two free, mad strictly cooSUeatiai.
,T0 THE LADIES
The Doctor would state that b devote hi oereonal
attention to ail ctast of FtmnUt IXwun. iLis
limit t'emaie rt tv for the ctnAractkm of U
menses, can be obtained by ca.lin? a the orac. or
atkln-ssipf a letter to Ir. Yc. Lock Bos 2C,
Omaba. Nebraska, encloplrs toe price f-V-tA. l Ad.es
in a certain cooai(MiMuNii-i not uk thsa mJicue.
as it will xuriT prodore mjjrrj;''. Send tor Cir
cular to"M.txnetl i ijnlx, wfcVeb contains
vaioabie inormaUoa to everr marrwd !air. All
cr-rrespondeoce treated eoirkiential and promptiy
luii-rapi mi on ine recp 01 a readuCAore lee.
Oflice boars front 7 a. m. to S p. m. mutdar
3 to in the arternion. . -O-y
l"rcpoaI for Crldjes.
Clxxk's OrricE..NEirAHa fcTTT5nt,V
TY ORDER of the County Com
U - mlsioners nf the Coantr of Xemaiia.
State of Nebraska, seated propnnals for erecting en-
Urethe fc!o:i;? BrnJ '-. in said Nemaha t'ouaty,
wi.'t be receired at my oil ice, ia the trity of Brown
vilie. np to U o'clock L, on Saturday, August Sat.
One over Lon? Branch, in Section 5S. Town 4
KaneerZ The wm to be a loot span, with abct
menu VZ fee la hmht.
One ever lluhe f Branch, ea the Township line
between Town 4 and i. in Kanire IX Tbe same to
be a UttH ii,n. and w.tit tbuimenu 13 teet hiva.
One over l.iirfc Creek, west of the town of i'ero.
at tbe e-19 of the bttttora. near the mange line be
tween Kbhts It and U. Tbe sam to be a 31 foot
span, wtih aoatmeou fret hichk
BrMires to be erected tLU tail, and ta be of good,
Hood and m .Ticieat bonds wtl! be required for tbe
eooipteiHxi 01 tn wors.
The rght to reject any oraf! Md ta r'"t ed.
JAMF.i M. HACK K R.
C-KJ . County Clerk.
, Proposals for Grain
IlKADuranvEas DrMmosfT or m PiaTrmr.
t-HISr UrilTIISMTEl s omcK.
Oxjhi, N t.a J uiy 39, lvis.
CEALED Bids, in duplicate, with
V- guaran te signed by two responsible par
ties, not bidders, win be received at ths office, until
W o'clock a. bx, 00 Thursday. August ia, Lua, for the
oeuvevy or ...... 4 -
Twenty tboosand j"5n.rmo, bahe!s of Corn,"
. Twenty th(HiMnd CJ)Jti bushels of OatA,
at Omaha. Nebraska.
Ielivery to crimmrace nvn tbe award of con
tract, and to be completed within thirty oars tbere
aflev. B-la will be received for any quantity not less
wan inree tioenarrii nwneij. - -
t an conditions rr crontraes matte known on ap-
piicauon at lui !.-.
By order of Br't MaJ-Oea. Aotnr.
PropoaJs for Subsistence
CEALED Proposals, in deplicate, will
O bereceivI hy the undersl-ned. until 12
a'(JcV Xt -wk1 YVaaawnW tKa aW a". JL
i ar ar a IVwrnr laiwA a a Ttai in f O
v mr aa until a umiJit WV ST. al rUA SVC lUr
baiveU of M m Pork :
S barrels of iur. winter wheat, double extra:
.onarreisot t .our, pnm wkeat. duuhie extra:
i.'inpnanoioi nice, in turrets:
Vm) pounds of lUo Cofiee. green, ia double sacks :
JO,Oa rond of tmcar. equal to quality to Muart'f
100 gallons of Whisky Vinejrar, pure, of unionn ,
quauty aoo sirerMctn. rerjumii? J grains of M
earbonate of potaoa to neucraijxe one fluid ;
ounce; in e fu It-hooped barrela wuh ooe
iron boop on each end. head ana trod hoops i
paiBie4, kna ouncs rapoea witn un : -Zjmt
pound of Adaaiantioe t'andlea, ia boxes :
4Jn poundiof Saati.termaa Mottled, in boxes:
Aj pounds ot rM.i. clean and dry, fine grata, ia :
K poondi of pure ground BTack Pepcer. fat fall
wnif tit 4 oa, pa pen packed ia buxea cootaialag
Tbe above Korea to be of the bent qualitv. and to
a . net.
be dWirered at the I . S. romroaMOT tore-bouse, in
una aa. wutin icocsys irom oaie oi award.
mpies or aj nK lexo-pc mi.n must ac-
company pnpaii and be referred to thTvn.
iTrpiai- win be received subject to- the usoal I
cihkiiijoiis nerel'ire pabli7bed.
Blank forms for pr pwl ran be retained at thh !
oniee, j. v. hakkiukr.
t41- J ' Brt. Erie. 4vn. C. S.
STATE LOTS JOB MS
LmJI1L. J w' ii i J
Thursday, September 23,
It Ten O'clock, .1. .TZ
T'HE Undersigned CommLioneni.
A appointed br An Act of the Leelftlatnre
of tbe (ateof Nebrka. entitled An Act To Pro
vide for tbe sale of Lo.wid Lota and ayocks. oa tbe
Town Kite or .Lincoln, and for tbe
erection or a
State Unlversltr. Agricultural
College, and State Lunatic
Approved Tebruary l-!h, wi3 oa that day,
on?r for Sale at Auction, ;
TWELVE HUITDFaED LOTS,
in the Town u of Lincoln, said Lots Mdi the odd
nambervd Block (the ev-n Dombered hsrrn pre
vtoosiy ben sold of tbe Town, and erutoriuv: the
moat eiiir.ble lota in tbe n!ace. Tbe said t wiJ be
appraiaei or the lmimnen and sola te the
niDes( o'.a.ivr over tne sppratsment.
: TERMS CASH.;
There wftl also tie elTered fiar Sale at te aunt
Acres of State Lan.9,
known as fne Larwi, s.fnted wirh'n an area of
ten misent the tartt!. ! lands t-.nr the most
Th eK'eci u oTrfna tbe'sbove Bunted STata me.
erty at UM t me, U to eoaote the t :ir;iiooer te
Cofrpiew to t-:au t BtrritT. if-, i;iral f"i.i
wl l-unaiic AfTlare at Ijonnm. 1 h .aitnl hiui.
hit bavin bn b;: t frwn tbe of tbe rr.
vvwn le of lota. lluia,eofNi om -rT r
to tb J armeTS. M(rhn-j and Labrvr. a rbanre
for a cheap home t the i arniai. aituated in tbe nrS-
5 A(n-u.ii:nu wnct ot lite eutt. and at tbe
where Salt a being manttfttctored from the sur&ce
wt--i ? p-"u w imw f C! -ran Ra::rwia.
racftic out Into ta mtv'. and tpris th ?-ait
Ipoi!; at in is place, will sooa mae it the interior
tow of the f-;aie. , ,
The Capilal w bleated at TJncntn In SetmN
ten bunctrd inhat!iaatv wiii rood Hotels, Svrea.
ChoTt-bea at -VywiX. Tb I.rlatare bkl its ar
. t an art nt in iw.5lmt.. aivl mmim . .
TUlrtinsVnM-iori River Ea: ;rw, tV't
rapMly pwbed forward to Lincoln, atid wul by eoo-
wnw-TinK. wui. This line wi'l
rrva direct iifTim"i --s M l7;m, and will
IWPWBM NiKlti. tkf-"T. BB
Crunt a Krnrt of tit !., Hrt,i- W H
The MIand Faeifc Pjt.il P.raMl hMtiM iktwj.
of its tine rder contract frm Nebraska CUy ta
eontracr., fu ?y eis-rpel and ia mnwnriwWk
unenin. arj wi i re arrrr1r? to taa ttrrr. of Itm
v i nif vnm m "e M t UAE4
bv wbich the PwbwItoi Central ri. R. wU reach
arrose t etn;.nn t. cr"- r '' rs? it .1 La a bort
kto iu, coooer-t.on w-.s .NrMViC-r.iKi fmn
Ijnv!n went to tre t" 'i - i ' iii.
Po' 1 upon twt tnurw eo-':ewlAl "r u;ea. aaorter
by fr;i one to tw hundred crimes, tiiaa aay other
sci : &n. an-i evea; m. ' t rr - a rearrml
I ne wore fh Tat Tr:fveHtT a rrlmhi
CrA.rr at Luat-c AJT.jnv it bow br.ruf raptdy
J awjiaa i ar "a
thus, r, tt- . :
TIIE mn?t prof
chine in tiie ur
UrnrJJ. Krt!la nfr t-Tf-r
Went Garmen": a nir r.i v .
tiin.T Bimo're. r r,.-. anr sie r t.
te hurfird, and forra t w, a . --. ,r r,i-
a-vote rr r ' 1. f. r rnx: r
wi wi iwfoa. ua ctiespr I aav o;.-r. -r- e
tl-toij t. " v
eneral A cent. v ,-t..-. .
: I '
i ' -
A "1 d iy of Anrc,t. A. H -- . . n "l
rc '-cy. w V-1.
0 Uw? " sf jt 4C. a 1, i -
l . J14iriUI MFBI'.I I ... .
v. 1 ' -
KIe!rl Ciir, I;'Jiat. J
"motice or niTAr.rs-o by r-t
torjpr..; yi win u re iilfcTtJ
or-W of r-frtw or i.n
bearing fror 4jit t. axv.
Ail M r .a . 7
-Zy lu-iuiuj MAirM. A. r .
J. ii. Hi
notice c?miL JrrTLr-T
fJOTICE to all t0 whom it car eH
11 1 tern, that William K. lhl . 7 r5"
tlenientof he A iat..rK 1," .T... 8" v
tor; ana me eran cn tat m Ji '"c '"-.
aod the or.c f tb pr.2t J,,.-4", "'
hf in n r aswi awwAn:K a MM Ci'l J
.Mi ijr. W e
eipooa. or or-T nf aie. to n djJ. T "-
I DT tn -'Ierk of tiie Irim jn x
I tr. efer!Bk, in U.r cx of J -k 1-
Juba L t-arvm azfi
Court nat in U, Car f RnT,t '
At one oelnck pcx of il 4ar. mw
tl. -tact, in Nemaha CoontT. J TJZ"
IA IIN PLA-
17STRAY NOTIdl-Taken up bt
AJ Jvt IX I?u5r-e. Urir-z W !,
st of BrwoTL't, Neroaaa Cjur.:r, kitw.
tie ZUt 1 day ol June, an e,u". mlrZfZ
year o.d tUa pnn jd aeruW a
Dark Uay. wua
tark e brands percelT..
. tx. Hromy ..
CAXE OF STRAY STOCK.-On
J urday, the 7th day nf August.! at riva
boor often A. )1 I w:i affr Sc-r a: to :h-'h ;M
bulder for ca;. i hmnd. at the rwui-nee r J,.TZ
toy o tbe Ims. Nemaaa Jv.rer. ma'in'
Nebrw-ka, One Hy Star-, wrta h ta rrii
aiod f". and wiil wr ia toe frri. a4
i rears oi l. Said stray was tales r? trj X
Jonathan nzrsrr?i. t.
1 PAINTER, .
Gralner Farr llavtr
J. n P-iirrrz,
P I f) D ! t P T n'MnTH
U- U 1 , h
il 14 U L. U 11 1 1 t4 LH I
A 'n 2Tr"V P i TVTPP
I XJ Ollt.N 1 .l.MIUi.
oveb iielvib s vr.tGv saor,
OVFFAIS his rvict- to th
with theeT.nn.lnt r-ti-f that vwt
will bwi the TprvimJtmm of ha patrona.
' ONE DX2t OF CO TKT nor?E.
WAGON" r.rAKING, fairin?,
Flows. an! ail w.ik .'..nein tlte Vst
manner and on abort nnticsv ttirarUoa r-txn-
anured. Oive bun acaji. ,U-r.
Cnir tl m j;aiat ot
JACOB HQ GUIS,
I B9w R tinnier Ee -jUr PanlytM fna
Crovraville to t2t HaLlra4 Tsraiisas
f tbe Council Bin? and St. Jep Railrtd,
At ITotUi Ctor, IIo
TwsXlles rreai Irtciniii sad Vvrts SiuTinT
Good OsiBLlbuse. C!a Ceaaacbslr
. JOUTt I CAItSOS,
PRO WXriI.LJS SESSASZA
Ercharce D-cht n.I v,! l on all ti(e pris-
rfpnl citi-i. Al.. tieoicr ia 0id sud.
Cola. Ool J Irjt an.i
IVpits receive,!, ravab'e at slM. Inf
est pail onjinie ;. ta tv stsecui Ce
cicdL Thij pai'l f- -r rKn-TT-iiiit-ow.
All kin-is of L". S. I-)nvis wsutal
200 ACHE3 OF
ONE HALF TRirJEH, anl I
aeor, f.ne. 0-i hi:.iJnr.
"t bank of :." -.ri ri-r-rr . tL "
Sw. bnUiee ui two tl Two ail.f a
0f i."TWTl.,e. t
At ' n-m t nabscHber at Y
I'nmjJi U ra.1 TraT-"" -
XKll A ki li r T
I.'- I- Tm-
I . I . t . T-
A .N i r-
rjfini'Tfr. p tratao.ll:laO
u f I M i i hi Y
1 as !- k"M
and a le
I iwii.i!4 to a3
woa!4 kow ti-eir r!rt awl aad pfa"'
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