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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1856)
Cormpondencc of the N. Y. Courier and Enquirer.
mci: WASHINGTON. .
Washington, Monday, Aug. 25.
The Committee of Ways' end Means
this morning, decided by a veto of 5
to 3, to report no new Army IV.l Mr. (
Uamnbell. tiie L-nainnan. rrcrosca ai
bill with a proviso repealing the Kan
sas acts, and appointing five commis
sioners to settle the difficulties. The
proposition was voted down.
Senators Jones and Brglcr desire to
repeal the worst of the Kxmsas spurious
laws, and that motion will be made to
morrow. 1 'j
-The feeling of the Senate now is to
sit the, session through until . next
Marcli, unless the' army bill is .sooner
take u? t:
An cfTortwill be rnnde.,to
;o regular orders of business,
notwithstanding they agreed in caucus
" to do nothing until the army bill was
disposed cf. ' -'-'' -; . " '
: - Washdtgto Aug. 20.
: Senate Mr. Crittenden ashed
leave to introduce a bill to alter and
amend the Kansas-Nebraska act.- ; :
Mr.' Wcllcr r"! he was
do all in his pen to obviate existing
had, in a dLTer
v. ihcir dissent from
X that body that
K .J . lllO A. !
and he agreed v
some of those I "
the organic act.
cf the United States. He jras.thcrc-
fore, anxious to wipe the obnoxious
laws oil cf the' statue books as infamous
and atrocious in their character. ' If
.such a bill be passed, he thought there
M be r.o tiiL:cv.ltv in palmer the
rl regarded Mr. Wellcr s
. y more ciTcct than a decla
:ihts,r'and, as such, could
I .k .; v .
vote for i
, He was free to admit that
the laws . of i Kansas were
to the moral sense : of the
community, ' aud that some of them
invaded natural right.?. Such laws, he
was willing, by a declaration of fights,
- to abrogate,. because tliatasthe only
way m whicn tcngrcss could act.-,;'.
Mr. Mason voted for and approved
the bill passed May; 1654, to organize
. the Territories t)f Nebraska and Kan
Tsnsj'bccatrsd - it gave the "people the
right to regulate their domestic ' insti
tutions i in their own way. 'This bill
proposed to undo that work and pre
scribe how far they snould be free to
make their own institutions "and ; in
what respect they should not be : thus
. frec This proposition did not meet
liis apprcT riation. -: He would move to
. lay upon the - table, every proposition
oi inai Kina unui luey . wno were
endeavoring to carry into effect their
revolutionary purposes should be re
cod to submission. ' ' '-
Mr. Vrellcr- said he wa3 one of "the
last Senators that' would sympathise
with the House in its factious course
on the Army bill. The; only object
which he Lid in vicw was to do what
the Senator had done, some three or
four wechs ago,' and the bill which he
offered was no more nor less than one
section of that bilb which the ' Senate
lias passed, but which, for some reason
or other;had been suffered to slumber,
on'. the Speakers table.., "But "as the
House find so much fault with tho op
prcssirc laws of Kansas and he would
admit some "of them were oppressive,
and infamdus., as any laws which had
ever found their way upon their statute
book of a free people in any age of the
world, why should the' Senate hesitate
to declare them null and void? . As he
had before declared,' " many . of them
vvcrc not only in derogation" of 1 the
organic laws, but of the . Constitution
' of the -united States. Freedom of
speech was. guaranteed by the consti
tution, but by some ; of these laws , it
. was .denied. ;hcn he. found laws
which were in conflict with the constitution,-
he did ncrt choose to wait for the
Judiciary, but. wanted to wipe them
.out at once. - . ....
. .. ctcs nrLursTisiis r.
- The Otoe .Indians have under .'culti
vation nearly.- two hundred acres: of
land. . ' Tins, large farm is : under the
immediate supervision of their farmer,
uncle John Lorton,' of this place. 'Mr.
Lorton is ! probably the oldest man hi
Nebraska; he has lived on the frontier
' during : ; the last , ff! y'cart, . having
moved into Illinois in 1803. He fenrrht
all through the Black Hawk war, after
. wards removed to Iowa., and has finally
at the age of Seventy-five - been ap
' pointed Government Farmer for the
.Oiocs, and settled in Nebraska. . And
truly the Indians are very fortunate in
having- him. to superintend the first
steps -towards . , cililizaticn, for ' his
knowledge of the Indian character.' to
gcthcr with his long experience. ;upon
uthc borders,"- peculiarly. fits him. for
the position.- ; He is just in from the
Reservation cn Blue river,- and from
"him we gather the following items: .
,' The Otoes have very nearly, fifty
acres of-melon i and pumkins, which
Mr. Lorton-platted for them with his
' own -hands.. Because they . insisted
that if melons Were planted by Indian
laborj they would never : attain a re
. spectacle growth. But it has been
discovered already,. that these planted
at their, request have never : reached
any size larger th?ii that of a common
apple. .- And the reason is, that so soon
as it i3 outcf the blossom, Mr. Indian
cuts it from the ' stem,- peels it, and
devours it at a single mouthful, which
proceeding is decidedly against any
farther growth 1 cn the part cf -the
melon.-' - :- "-: --. . : n,-. 1 '.
They have' seme cf the finest corn
. in the world, u kind which they have
raised for years, and which their fathers
raise! before them.; It is , a'very fat,
plump kernel an 1 the cob growSj some
times, to the length of two fed,
: of the year, tie Otoe
, Vjjt preparing com
they do by boiling
cutting it. off the
-it intliCEun. VTrcp:r-
cd in tl.;.3
:v it. keeps svoct, zm
lhatc 3 fdfer the coriing cold weather.
At la?t ncco: :is, they had ever ere
thousand buslcte, boiled and drying in
the sun before their Lodgers.; Nebras
ka Ncics. X,
The plan put in operation at" New
York'so'.ne vc ' hi; go for the? "dispo
sition cf unpaid' letters addressed' to
pcrsc: :3 . idiin the L nited Statcs,being
found to wcrk satisfactorily tlioJost
mastcr General has given1 directions
fur it to be extended. to nil othercfaccrs
as early ss practicable. Blank xirculars
andnotes cf irustrrtcticnsj have been
printed and will be distributed to post
masters in due course of business. The
following copy, of .this circular and
note- will show -what this plan is, sviz:
i- "Post 0?ncE, , 1C5-1-,
A letter bearing your address is de
tained in this office for non-payment of
postage. By enclosing to me, imme
diately on receipt : ot -tm3 three
cent stamp and pre-paying your note
of reply, the letted will bo duly Ior:
warded acconhng to its direction.--
" Ecspcctfully yours, '' ' ' : J ;
h - t --Postmaster. -
Note. -Postmaskrs will fill up ad-
di-ess, and frank the above notice, with-
oui ine use oi an mveiopc, xo, au purr
sons in the . United States for '. whom
unpaidlettcrs shall have been deposit
ed m their onice; and . may dispense
with the former practice of posting up
notices in their offices1 that such letters
have been deposited therein. X 'Y'.'
, J A3IES CAMPBELL, h
h -. Postmaster GrericraL"
, , j .i i .- . . .... .i 1 1?.
- ' - v.. v ., .. r:
. In a caso. recently before the Com
missioner ;of the General Land ;01Sce
tha( testimony hoFcd ;that'.the pro
em n tor, who was the owner of- a; farm
on which ha rpsidedjn.the fiame town
ship in whicli the trcxt claimed is situ
ated, made a contract for itssale, " re
ceiving a portiononlyofthd price, and
gave bond for a dee dy conditioned to
be executed upon the baymcnt in full
of the' rrico afn-eed upon. The title
of the vendee beiaj; defeasible by the
non-pei'formance of tlic condition, the
fee simple was still in tho vendor (the
pre-cmptor) and ho 'was therefore such
an owner and occupant of real estate
as to preclude him from; acquiring :a
right under the pre-emtion act of Sep
tember 4, 1841. The Commissioners
ordered that the entry be cancelled
and the party required to apply in the
usual" manner for the return; of the
purchase 'moncj.WasJdr.ffton ' S?ar,
'English' barristers have a; ludicrous
habit of identifying . themselves with
their clients; by speaking in the plural
numDer. , "uenucmcn oi tne jury,
said a luminary of the ' Western Cir
cuit, i4at the moment the policeman
says hesaw us in the tap, I will prove
that we were -locked up in the station
mvuww AAA v m.mtw A AAA W WR w u ,
A New ;RpLiTLT ', and' Shape
Distanced. r-The .manufacture of fire
arms in .this 'country has become a very
important branch of industry, employ
ing a largo nnmbcr of the most skill
ful artisans," and u heavy outlay .of
capuai. , ii nas aiso atiainea a greater
degree of perfection than in any other
part of the world. Indeed the Pistols
of Colt,' Celt and Sbarps Bifics cnjoy
a reputation unequalled by any other
weapons.;,'-! '.,l'-X?.: . i!-
We were shown yesterday at R. P.
Lithrop's, 4T State street, a small car
bine, on an entirely hew principle. ; It
is simple ; in. its .construction," and
elegant in its proportions.' , , V, ' '
. It can be loaded with twenty-five
balls in ten seconds. - "No ' caps, no
priming and no powder is required ex:
ccj t that which is contained in thebalh
Tho ball is a Patent Loaded .Balloon
the Minie principle and 'is. perfectly
water proof. The curious in such
matters should call 'and see. Albany
tournawzi'Lz ?.irz:3 't'::z
Yellow Fever ri Kew YoRsrYe
learn from ' the Herald tliat ,th'e first
case of yelloV feyer , was entered in
trie Marine '., Hospital,' at - New; . York
Quarantine, on the 18th of Junesince
which time there have been in the same
institution eichtv. cases, fortyrBix- of
all, however, as it is' alleged, tracalne
directly to infection from . ship-board.
The number of deatasTvas cinu,.ana
cf." .discharged thirteen... ,
! f ".
It 13 well known to a mnjonty of ouf read
that we 'opposed the incorporation of any
k. in Xebfaf ka. But now that those insti
tutions are in operation, it becomes cur duty to
fff ak car opinions concernirg'lhcnV:- We can
not s peak knowingly of but two the "West
ern Harino Fire and Kxc!tanc;o" cf Oraaha
City, and tfcs "Platte Valloy Ban!:, of le
braska City. ' ' ' ' .
- The "Vi'cstcra llaricc, &c' Thcs. IL Ben
ton, Jr President, and Lcroy R. Tattlo Cash
ier; had one week since, cepoaits on ,iiand,
amounting to' oyer Kesety Tkocsa.xd Dol
LAiis, a circulation of loss than fifty thoujruad
and gold on hand for any errcrrrcacy. NehrWi?
ka generally and Omaha. City -in rarticulcrj
nay well be proud cf a, manctcry ijstutltion
like it, r.rtd one, too, oDatrolIed by :such men.
im "Fiatta v a.iev Jack" is a rounder la
st;tatioa than tha cue jest' m'ent'onijd,'and its
0Licerr, vr3 beleiva, ictend: nuking it fully
eqaal in reputation and worlh, to any sitnilar
concern in the WesL -.TnniTr '.Thocsass in
American ?o&. twenty thousand In'silver. for-
Ign gold, and- Eastern drafts may bo seen in
the vaults of the Flatter Valley from7 day to
Tvmcn nave come ..(urccrjy ire-m
board, ten from the neighboring village,
and seventeen from. Neio York Oily--
1S5G. i I j J IK 11 U issu.
puranTURB aupnoi: .. hit,
. i DrAlRSAXD x XlJ
v 'rvtZftix-sjCnotxii'c- -S3.
o. iland 32 Va?hint a Avenue, . t. Lonis,ila
TTAV lv - censp;.
r arran;jc:" ,ta for a full
r line, anJ '. a viag ihq'best
assort ient ;n tuo
to purahB;::r3 both
jiLSAIt . il I.- . A Hi i .
I CO doiea wood scat CJuurs,
2C0 do cano scat do, i
500 Plains Table,
500 Breakfast do,,
200 Work Stanii,
200 Wash do,
1000 Lookius U liases,
1C0 do cUildrcas'db,
500 tin safes,
200 Cribs, assorted sizes,
irr?TAwr.t.vi we ad 1 raaliojrany and -n-alnut. "par-
loir and rocking Ciuiirs, Sofas, centre, sido&nd exten
sion Tablcsf Sceneries and Book Cases. -Upholstery
in great variety, such as tprin!, hair,
e'oiton, iao?s and au$ ilsct-iS, boiaiorw, sircaa5,
and BiankeL., i .f . ; J A; : ;
' Our work ia all Warranted as represented our
Prices as Iovms tho Lowest :-
Orders promptly Jid faithfully executed and re
spectfully 6oilcitod Satisfaction guaranteed.; r ,f'
i Ileasa call and wvtwfy yourselves. r . .?
I St. Louii,July25.1Sj6. vlnS-6m- -1 - ; ' ;
Virginia r rHoteT,
TO ' TIIE TRAVELINCr PUBLIC.
millS now and extensive Hotel, located on tho eor
X, ner of Main itud Green streets, in the city of St.
Louis, continacs in snccessfal oeration, under the
ProprictcrsL:p of J. IL SrAKB and his abl-fcteis-
tanu. . ' "
i Tor the information of Btraner?; wc t?oulJ itate
that this is the most extensive Hotel in thi City,
fronting c u JIain, Green and Second sts, and having
a louthorly front of S23 feet, which affords good ven
tilation during tho Bummer months, the rooms bing
ircll arranged to. insure that end; and i3 one squjubk
CKI.T from the Kailmod racket Landir-:. and directly
crt"sito the liailroad Ferry. " There is attached to
the Hotel, an extensive shaving Saloon, with Ba.th3j
and tho rropr.etor has fitted up .. -
Bathing '-Itoo ais r for 1 the Ladies,
"Which they .may enjoy, free of Charge ly
"The 'Publio are respectfully invited to call'tho
Prcnrietor pledging for his house, every eomforfc us
ually found in first class Hotels. Meals furnLshod to
uit Railroad timei Charges ? 2,00 per day.
-Tl-n4 : ', , . J. H. SPArJi.
Improved Little' Giant ; i
CORN & C03 PLANTATION-MILL
rX ". 2rico X3Locl"w.oocLi
fTWIE subscriber has purchased exclusive right of
.j. lemioiy xa wo est, ui monvuio iticji ;u
Mills, and is prepared to furnish theur at ail times,
cither wholcsala or retail, and guaranteed in tho most
poi live -manner. . . -
: It is now more than a-year since the
! "Little Giant"
Was introdnerd to the pubHc, daring which time, it
has been constantly growing in the popular favor.
' The ircprovemtnU recently effected and patented
maies it tho most, perfect machine ever pETered for
rreneraJ farm u?e. r It is furnished readvfor nttncbin
team, and weighs as follows: 'No; l, 225 No. 2,'ZZd
Nol 3; f 00, No, '4 -50Q pounds..; ;T wen ty minutes-are
euGicient to set one up, wiinont fneenanicai aiu,.ana
wheii once adjus'scdjit can with safety be entrusted
lo a boy. Full directions accompany each .MuL'
No 1, $35, wfU grind 8 bu meal pes hour with 1 horse
Ko2 40, . JO.",,"- " I
No3 60, 15 1
No 4 f0, '20 :I1 2
E7" liberal discount to dealers. -
, 1 JAMES B. MAD WICK,' "
...... f r Ko. 63 Locust street, bot. 2d and ?d
June 2S IS56. " vl-nl . ' St. Louis, 3Io, .
'E. X. WniTEIIiGE. ; T ., 8; J. MIIXSKT.,.
; MRS.' E. A. WIIITRIDGE & CO. .
- . ,MAXCFACTrBEB3 0P - ' ' '
Masonic. ClotMng and Odd ' Feiioivs
Also Eegalia for Temperance'aM other Societies,'
AV128 Walnut Street,' vp St(iirs,L.: ; "
'' ! ' CIXCrNITATI, Oi n
;-; KA80X5. , ,-References. ovr tellow. i
W. B. Dodds, G M of Ohio. O; P. Morton J PGM ' Ind.
C. Moore Ed Ma3oni$5Rev;' Turner & Gray, pub Casket
F. J. lliillips, Hi P. City W. G. Neilsnr PGM Ohid
; - The Editor of the Advcrtiserwyi hare Bpecimcna
of Regalia from the above Manufactory, and recieve
orders from Lodges or private nicmbere for Regalia.
'August 2, 1S56.J; vl-n9tf ;;,:: j; -rM
5S ill IBS.
s ; PAINTS, , OILS, VAENISIIE5, .11 : ;
French anil American Window Glast & dasncare,
.i Spice Imditjo, Madder, PcrfumerieBf&c. t)-,'
ySPRINGTs.T.OC'EI : 1:
' ' CHARLESS, BLOW CO. 1
- i l : IXTCKTBR3 WHOLESALE DE ALESS. '
' 2To. 63 and 67 'Haia street, Et. louis,' Ho. rJ
r . "'i . ' : ' . . ., . . ....
1 Are now in receipt of their new Stock,' embracing
everything in their line.. f, ; r . i ;; r r ; -t :
Merchants visiting our City are requested, to
give us a call, as wo are determined tf sell for Cash
or Prompt Time Paper, as low as liny House in . th
United btates.-. rf, ; f r . .i f.
H.rniTTMOBE. ;?H. B. WniTTEMOEE. J. CABTXB
. v It & E. B, WIIITTEMORE C0., ;
1 BONNETS MD STRAW GOODS.4'
KO. 1 JfAIN STRRET,5. ;i V ;
i (First door above tho Xank of Missouri.)
:..r at- Xiiotiio ZSZo. fsrJ
tSCash paid for Furs and Deer Skins. : :.i
ft . FORD Sc. BOWEN 7t:,f;-
Attorneys, and .Counsellors at :Xar.
' , COUyClIi J3LUFFS,'IOWAJ ::w:J i
Office at the cornc of Broadway and liadlgon
streets, up stairs. - . . . . , r ..
W. P. LOAN,
mm m m i,
IiANI), .AjnD lot .agent.;
ABCHER, HIGH ABD SON COUNTY, N. T.
CHAELE3- WEST. ? J -M'ASHEIT.
"""iVEST & SIcASlIEN, '
Grocery and Steamboat Agents,';
v . ' . Center Second and Trancis -StrccUy u l
(Opposite A. BeAiie'j Banking Hoiise.) v
A N assortment; oi: Boat Stores. Groceries. Wines
il. Liquors, Meal, Flour, iept constantly oa
hand.V, j.-.;.:.-,-. July 28,1856, t1-e8; ...
NOBOOKSKEPTU ALL CASE!"
i A; S.' HQLLADAYy ;
j: -r . WKOLESALE ASD EETAIL DSALEB TX -;
Lloin Otrcst, TSrbTTnvillo, IT. T.
rnilE anders!s?ied rcyrtfallyTjelcaro to infona
X. the public, that he has now on hand a complete
assortment of everything usually kcrt in Dru
Stores, which he of ers for sale, Exclasively'on a
new system tr
: CASH A1TD CASH ONLY I
' It will be ttitirjly foreign to this Lcautiul rr'steia.
to Uook," "kwp aosoun V' "note" cr "reoiciuber for
ft Tew days." Come- with ihe Spondulicks " if
you want anything tn the Drug line. - . ,
"Prescriptions C'cmpouzded at all Eours wita
Accuracy ana Eisjatch.
- Rensembsr tie fystem I have kdopted, and iny
pocket and jer feelinrs will not fuffcr. Credit will
jVotitirelif nou be 'gi t cn, unless under circumstances of
peculiar aestitntion. ; - i
, J nly 12,18 .?wl-D6 tf A HOLLADAT.
"MOTICE is" hereby inrcn. that tho eo-TeirtncTshin
IX heretofore eristiag under the ns.me and stylo of
won r, iwgcr3 k v&, was, cn lao rota day of i etru
ary, A. D.JSSSdJiKlycdj - . .r - .,,
. , f r . - .b.-brown;- 1 : ".
' ' " 'S. E.: ROGERS.
.V.-B. B. FRA'ZF.R.
IL W. LAKE A BKO,
July 2(5, lS58.-vl-a3
the yublic that ho
:-;ncrly kept by T,
. :mdi-i nov repar.
. nr b'm wiia tliO
above House, f
lt.,t". :.. -r
n Urownvillc, K. T.
date all who may f.
A new addition has
ditions made of IV
rangcinents now tu
1 Ml 1 IT. - 1.
tiu3 and iiedding, and ;tll ar
ach as to render this House
equal to any in tho lerntory.
Urownville, July 5, ISoB. Ti-nou
W. II. WILLIA3IS,
VmOLrSAI-B AKD RETAIL JDEAT PTlt
alAKES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or
. "eon and tho nubile in general,- that ho has on
hand the most extensiro stock of Stoves -and-Tinware,
ever offered in this market. My stock of Tin
ware is of my tt n niiinufacture, and U for nale at
Wholesale find Ret r il nt.t Loui? prices. ,
I would call particular attention to my stocx or
COOKING STOVES, comprising the most improve.1
patterns both Air-Tigbt and Premium. Among them
may bo found Filly's Charter Oak, tho best store nour
in use, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Fionccr and prize Pro-
niium. Also " ","
Parlor' S Soi Stoves
Of yafious Sues nd raitorns, which I will . ..
SELL LOWER THAN ANY EOUSE.IN TOWN.
Particular attention pail to making and putting
up Tin Gutters, inr th town and country. Also, re
pairing dono on short notice and on reasonable term.
Old copper, Brass and Pewter taken in exchange
for work or ware. ,W W. WU.LLULS, '
Tl-n5 , ' Orcsroa. Mo., July 6, 1355. t
F0ETT THOUSAND D0IXAES 7orth. of Goods
at a snail aivaaca on cost, and carriage If
l" ROCIIPORT, 2IO., . ; , f.
: ,': - ,; "' axd ' -r :
r .f. .. i :ILE2IHESXANDING, JIO. ;r :
WE IIAVTE in store, aid are receiving per Steam
ers lIannibaI,,Warner, Edinburgh and Omaha,
a large and well assorted stock of - - k '-
Dry Woods, , . , n - Bonnets,
tj llardware."- h
iJrugs, ; -,
' ; , Saddlery,
; ; Gro:erie..
i , Quecnswarc, : r,
' Boots & Shoes,
f : .1 l Hats & Capsv
t . J. f 1 - T- ! . x -
'i -, -. : -; i Iron
CAKPSXTERS & BLACMITUS' TOOLS 4C
All of which1 wo oifer at very low prices for Cash or
Uountry 1 roduco. . . ' .
NO ZnJUEXrGS.We will sell at S01TE P2IC2!!
i "' v 'DILLON & IIAWKl
! P. S, Ladies, jf you haven't got a fine Silk Dress,
Shawl or Bonnpt, don't blamo l)iLto?r. & Hawk, for
we certainly hare the best assortment of t ancy Dress
Goods. ever offered in this market. No troublo to
shew Goods. - Tl-n5 ' ' ' 1 ' " '' ' D. All.
i Great Inducement. -
mHOSEi'shingtopurehasQ LOTS in the Town of
Aj" Brownvillt would do well to give usacaU,aAvc
hare 50 Lots' which will bo sold very cheap for cash.
:.Al5ri 5 Lots; in OMAHA CITY, for sale, i Enquire
or r J, IS, & J. JJ. -HiUiU'SU.N.
Brownvilie,N.T. June 28, 1858. ' at
;I st. jqsErn and council bluffs ;
Season Arrangements Tor 1856. :
fTUIE entirely new "and' fino passenger jacket,
1 ; OMAHA, J. B. Holland, Commander, , F. B.
Kcrcheral, Clerk;) having been built ciprcsily for
the trade, is now running as a rcgular'weckly packet
between the cities of &t. Joseph and Council Uluffs.
Ivcaring St. Joseph every Monday at 12 ocl(k"!lI.
And returning will lero Council Bluffij and Omaha
City every Jrnuay morning at 8 o clock, and forming
a connection with the five packe ts leating St; Louis
on Mondays and lucsdeys, which. arrive h(rro on
faaturday and bunday evenings, bv which arrange
ment passengers or freight will not be detained at
St. Joseph; but to prepare-, .against all contingencies,
tho owners of tho Omnha have a largo Ware-House
to store i, all goods not meeting them "promptly, and
without charge to tho. owners, . which wo decia the
most pcrrcct arrangement to pncngcr or shipper
thatoan or will, bo made tha present season, and
they therefore hopq by promptness and strict atten
tion of her officers and agents. 'to reccivo a large
tbare of publie patronago. . '!! :. '"-":' : . .
TOOTLES & FAIRLEIGII," ' . f ; Acnt3'
CHARTER -OAK , . ... . .-.
LIFE INSURANCE. . COMPANY !..
Hartford, Ct.- ............... rCapital $200,000
Withlareo and incrcasms rec;ints securely invested
under the sanction and approval of tho Comptroller
of Fubho Accounts. . M , . . , - .,;'
' ' ' " ' OFFICESS... . r ....
ALFRED GILL, IWt: JOnN L. BTJNCE, X.
,(;;!.! JAME3 CJ WAlJUJil, Bocrctary.
Alfred Gill. John L. Bunce, Wm. R. Cone, Jas. G
: Bolles, John A. Bailor, IS oah beaton, lioins
5 ter, am'l Coit, DanT Phillip C, N. umphrcy." ;
X.'-'''-' ' ' BOABD.'OF FINANCK. , .. ,..
Geo!. Bcacn' Escu.Vi-csident of Ilioenii Bank,
V. t . ltobmson, - - namum
Hnh. IsaacToueey. Tavfce. Attorney General U.: S. . ,
: .Applications for insurance received by
X. " R. W. FURNAS, Agcnt.;
DR: A.S.pOLLIUAl,ilea.fcx. -r
GEO. P. XUCKIIARDT, .
r ; OREGON, HOLT COUNT Y, MO. ;
TIKES tha liberty to inform the Citizens of
Brownville and vicinity, that he has "opened a
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY STORE
In Oregon, nolt county, ilo, where be will keep con
stantly on hand, and for sale, a good assortment of
woia ana cuvcr. awnes, blocks and Jewelry, which
ho will sell extremely low, for CASH. Also, a fine
lot of .Violins, Accordeonsy Silver, and Plated Spec
tacles, Gold, Pens with. Gold and Silver extension
cases, Silver Thimbles. Ac, 4c. , " '
j iie is prepared to repair ) ate lies, uiocks and Jew
elry, of. every description, in tho best manner and
on the most reasonable term. ' "J.' lJ ."'
: Every article "bought in his establishment, iti war
ranted to ba what it is represented to bo, Watch re
pairing warranted for one year. ' '
July 28, 1856. vl-uStf .roi :.rl il y
": VNITlil) STATES
GrV'E every possible facility for the safo and
speedy transmission of -1
,.2Ioneyy Valuable ! Packages, rarcels,
; ' t Goods, and, .Merchandize '
Of every description on reasonalIo terms, ' i -
-PKLvcirAl OrFiCE3r-New;Yprkj Buffalo; Cincin
nati, Toledo, Chicago, Dayton, lndianopolis, aTid all
the smaller towns on Railroads in the Eastern, Mid
dle and Western States, connecting at St. Lmiinwith
Richardson's Jlissouri River Express. II. KIPP.
July 25, lSoG.-vl-nS"" J General Superintendent.
Wholesale Paper - Warehouse.
! -,-i 'BRADNER, W ARREN Si CO., :
Wiwx.jjoivjaJit.;aicrs in rapcrs oi every acs
oriptior: - .
CUjiq Printing l-ilf. i :' : Folio" Post, V r:i '
Book Paper, Flat Cap,
. Wrapping,,... Foolscap. - --
r I.:', Manilas, ' . '. ';-' i Litter A-Notc, i
Colored Papers, Medium & Bemy'g,,
of tha very best Eastern and Western Manufacture,
and for sale at very low prices. " i . , . ..
tjm Cash for Ras and Rope? r. r. . : .. r
: . t BRADNER, WARREN A CO.,
"' r : ; No. 12, La. Salle streer.
: Chicago, June. 23th. 1S56. ',.- r . rl-nl
r. fc.N.MSTT, . S. MOETOX, . Ii. E. nA!U)IXO
BENNET, MORTON Ai HARDING.;
Nebraska City, N. T., and GlenwoocL la.
X7nX practice in all the Courts of "Nebraska 'and
1 -Western Iowa. Particular attention
obtaining, locaUng Land Warrants, and coiicctioa of
- i -.v;- ' -UEFERENCE' r
. Hon. Lewis Cass, Detroit. lf.
Julius D. Morton, Michigan;
Gov. Joel A.. Mattesoa, Springfield, Illj' ' ' ' :
. Gov. J. W. Grime. Iowa Citjj Iowa: '
B.P.FiClod.St.r.ouM.Mo.: . ' . '!-
' Hon. Daniel O. Morton, Toledd, Ohio; r - r '
, P. A. Sarpy, Bollevue, Nebraska ' '
Sedgcwich k Walker, Chicago, 111; ' ' ' ' " ' ' 1 ' ' "
v.tvviu, m vurv a Denton, council Uluuj.Iowa.
.. 1 1 T 1 ' - I
at Jir.ov:;viLL:; n. t.
Vr. IIODLliZELL & CO.
. 33 StTrt.T c?
Lk:.i, when c
.1 Si A
ur. STOCK OF GI:OCir,IES AUS EOLOJT
at the lowest rr'cc f .r caih, and cotiiat3 of
Coffee, Sasar, Tca, ri.Ii,Rice, Currants,
. Raisins, Candies 21olassns, it yrup,
""DRY GOOD". -them,
.nnd price f r y
full assortment of I. i
Lawn U a Two Dollr r
..r.rs a:il Ccxto, c:-i ar. I sco
selves. Late styles and a
s Gon's, jrnra. a tcne .iit
Ik. At3, a few Cc
SILK SHAWLS, BOXNSTS & PARASOLS
CLOTIIING.A Cna stack old and young,
fogit-3 and, 'fast mrr, Call f con if you want a nice
ccafe, vest or pants or. re:.ei vr.aU a tenus.
HATS. New Ft vies chea i and durtil lc.
'-IIAIlDTTAIIi:. Artry lio oitaicrt, con
siiting i- part of Smiths' Tools, Spades. Shovels,
Rakes, IIocsBls, Mill, Crooat and Handsaws,
Files, Augers, Ase?,:iKidaxc.- Adzs, Chisel &c, h
to the end of thec'h.4'tDr.
BUlLDINCf i!iATi;iUALS.-A iarg9 nu
... . - k.' ..I.- T"4a flih
consisting.oi i ine uoovs, iainu, ouuu --
Paints, hails. Lock.'Latchcs,l'utty,oia-8 sc. .
FUKNITUllE. Bureaus Beds tcads, Tables,
Chairs, Tin Safes, Cupboards, SUnds Ac. : '
Wa will selLehcipcr lor casa inaa any touu
in Nebraska Territory. , ' , ' ....
: '.Juno 7,-1858.' ' ; :
A.' A. BBAPFOKIV v.
' ; i D. L. KC O ABV,
. I . Browaviile, N. T.
Nebraska City, Ji.T. r . ,
BSADF0ED, McLENNAN & IIcGAKY,
ATTOEIinYS AT : JrAW
, . - AND "
! SOIilCITEES IN CILVNCERY.
V- Broiyville anil Nebraska City, :
! ! . 'NEBRASKA TERRITORY. : ..; ' :.
BEING permanently located in tho Territory,' we
1 will give our .entire time and attention to tho
practice of our profession, in all ita branches. Hat
tors in Litigation, Collection of Debt", Sales and
Purchases of Real Estate, Selections of Land, Loca
ting of Land Warrants, and all other business en
trusted to oar management, will receive prompt and
faithful attention. ...
X; 1 '1 REFERENCES. ' 'V .
'S.-F. Nnckoll3, '; : : ' r : Nebraska City, -Richard
Wm. Hoblitzcll &-Co., : ..
Hon. James Craig, . St. Joseph, Mo,
- Hon. James M. Hughes, " St. Louis, Mo,'
' Hon. John R.ShcpIey, " r
' Messrs. S. G. Hubbard Si Co, Cincinnati O. ,
1 Hon. J. M. Love-, . : Keokuk, Iowa. ,
: ' Tl-nl Juno 7, ISoC.
s.;b. mier, . , .
AND WAGON UAKER.
First St; bet. Llain. and Water,
; - BROWNVILLE, N- T. '
JOHN S. HOYT, -
County . Surveyor and land Agent,
OF Richardson county, N. T., will attend promptly
to all business in his profession, when called on:
such as PayingTaxes, Recording Claims, Subdividing
Land, Laying out Town LotsJDrafting City Plats Ac.
-Residence and address
; ARCHER, Richardson eoi N. T. .
TYPE d STEREOTYPE F0U.'B3Y
i Ho. 133 Viae St., let.' Fourtli and Fifth, . -;7"'-:
- -.CINCINNATI, a- : '
C. F. O'DRIS COLL & CO. . j
"jl Tanufacturcrs and dealers in N?ws, Book and Job
IVjL Typo, Printing Presses,. Cases, Gallics, Ac, Ac.
Ink?, and Printing Material of Every Description.
STEREOTYPING of all kind Books, Music,
Patent Mcdicinfl Directions, Jobs,. Wood Engrcvings,
Ao., -f-c. - . ; " :
Brand and Pattern LeUerg, various styles,
SPRIGMAN & BROWN, .
RAILROAD ' AflD ; STEAFS9AT
AGENTS. ,v :s."!
And General" Commission 3Ierchaats.
Nou 4G, Tublic Landing. ; i -, ','" "
CINCINNATI, OHIO. -
. C. P. EAILY.
B. T. BAXKIX.
BAILY & RANKIN,
OMAHA CITY, N. T.- ,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
f And General Land -''Asrentv" '
i : u 'Xi NEBRASKA CITY, K T. : r :
WILL promptly attend to LanJ Agencies, collec
tions, investing money, -locating and selling
land warrants, and all other business pertaining to
their profession, in Nebraska Territory and Western
1VWS, -.,-' - 1 .'
K FORSYTH & CO. ::
COMMISSION MERCHANTS :
And Freight Agents,
OF THE"" : . ;
BALTIilOBE 1 rAND I OHIO: c HAILKOAD.
No. 3, Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. : 'X.
A. MUCD, G, L. HTGHE3, . 3. J. . JTtJDD.
II. T. MTJDD,-'- " - S. O. GBUBB.
! M UDD HUGHES. ?
No. 33 Levee and 6G Commercial Street
: - f STj LOUIS, MO. - : -'''
NUCKOLLS, RUSSELL, & CO.
riocltport, LIo. : '
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DKALER3 l ' X
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
L '" Hediciries Dye StuiS, ; .' .
Saddlery,7 Boots: & 'Slices, -Hats & Caps,
QTJEENSWAEE, ST0NET7AEE,' TINT7ASE,
. ;.. IRON,-NAILS, STOVES, FLOWS c.
Also Turniture of all kinds,' "Window Sasi, &c
; '"'" a: d. kirii,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Land Agent and Notary Public, - -.r
.'ArciLCJ', Richardson county, N. T.
Will practice in tho Courts of Nebraska, assisted
uj AiATuiug anu uenceu, ieDraska Uity. " ;
oregon, mo. ;
ROBT. L; ITATTEN, Propr i etor.
- So pains dr. expenso will be spared by the eubscri-
wx, w make nis guests eomrortable in every respcet.
at th!3 well known and highly reputable House.
The rcry best attention given to animals bv a
T1n4 ,-. ROBERT L. ILVTTEN.
i; "M e. estabrooh:,
;! " T7N17ED STATE3
; ; OMAHA CITY, N. T. -
OEQUIRED to bo in attendance nfTio'W .n
1 tho terms of tho District and Supreme Court cf
th Territory, tenders his Professional services to fraeh.
as need them, lie flatters himself that f,.:i.-.:
e yuins Knuwiocge ot the practice ia each Dis
triit, wul enable him to give satisfaction to such &
entrust their business to his care.
Omaha City, June 7, 1353.
. . - - , 1 .5 i.V 111 C i
PL STEK3 BAIvER,
I tS: ::htcn r:?;X:X:"
o to crj :.t i- i T
' ' ' . T T
1 . J.
e.u.u i.: ;.vi i ' ;
1r .: .
" u c" i. .' t. :':'.t,
:i f:.-t ..:!a:.i...r,
" u-u!,,-.i'.i.' V-Y l r. Y 1 liCT3-', TZSi
Ervavii!e,A? ju.-t i-. v.-iy
- -noi:l, li.vTi iJ, - i:;::isoN,
v it Wft wnnM roFTecifuIIv inform tho citi-
ions of Nemaha county and adjoining Missouri, Uat
we have always on hand a largo and well selected
supply of LLTII3EIt, which wo can furnLh at low
er raU;3 than any mill ia tha Territory.
Mirtrrt Tiricj mini f r lo" ileliverel at tho vard.
AAMuw J ' I W
or on the bank of the river. -
! All orders accompanied with, tho ca;h, wul receive
our ixmediatc attention. . , . . ,, , .
I ,0. of G,:T.: ;
THE Brownville Lodge, No. 3, Independent Order
of Good Templar?, iaoeta every Saturday eve
ning, at 7 o'clnck, at Templars. Hall, JN. 25, Atlan
tic street (Thurburs Llock).
Wembcrs of the crier vi.-iitinsr the city, are repi?ct
fully invited to ntlc.w, when convenient; and those
Iocatinghcre.orc! - mesUv solicited to join the Lodge,
&3 wa look for tho supfo'-t : f all fnenda of, icn: .r
flicc. Jntli uale and fe; 1 -. -
For information conoeming the Orler, enqnirs of
Wm. Thurbur, Atlantic street, O. Y. Lake. No. 27,
diaiU BUUCW VI AlWU.tfcAU AJk U w AJf tv V
First stroct. ' ' IjJ oraer oi tnoixxi2;e, .
. ITrs. C. E. TIIUKBUR. W. C. T.
Attest: n. P. BUXTON, W. S.
Jaly 25, 1355. vl-nStf '
IIEBRASIIA CITY HOTEL.
.NEBRASIvA CITY, N. T. ,
BAUNES & BAItNUJl, Troprietors.
THIS comxnodious Hotel, situated upon
Alain Street, Nebraska City, will ba found a de
sirable resort for travellers. Stages Icavo this house
for all parts of the Territory.
Twenty Laborers 7antcd ! I
TWENTY LABORERS, who caa handle
tha spade, ar wanted immediately at .
Brownville, Nebraska Territory.
Liberal wagc3 will bo given by the subscriber,
J. D. N. TIIO.Ul'SON.
LANKS of every description, for sale at thh
omce. . ':"
COUNCIL BLUFFS PACKET.
THE j5no passenger steamer GENOA, Throckmor
ton, Master, will run regularly daring theseason,
between St. Louis and Council ill uJs.' Her officers
hopo by regularly and strict attention to bnsincisto
merit a share of the pnblic patronage. - "'
J. TilliOCKMOiiTON, ilastcr
CLAIM FOR SALE.
A1GO acre Claim within 2 miles of Brownville,
oa the County Road leading to .Nebraska City;
with a good log House, 20 acres- in corn 'and under
fence, and a good spring. Enquire of
Brownville, Aug. 2, 1850. R. W. FURNAS.
It. V. JOHXSON.
J. T. CASSADT.
3. D. TEST.
JOHNSON, CASSADY TEST,
Attorneys" and ' Counsellors at Law.
And General Land Agent?,
C OU XCIL BLUFFS, IOW A .
WILL promptly attend to Land Agencies. In
vesting Monev. Ijocatin? and iw'.Hn Ijin.l
Warrants, and all other business pertaining to their
profession, in Western Iowa and Nebraska.
R. W. FURNAS,
LAUD ill LOT ME,
INSUEANCS .:. AGSIIT.
, ri AND AGENT FOR '
... - BROWNVILLE, X T.
' CHARLES B. S3IITII,- r '
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OilAIIA CITY, N. T. -
TTTILL ffive rjarticular attentinn tn rnlpr ;ytw1 i-Am.
V V missions from abroad, and to tha supervision of
A. 1 1 4 1 . - . JL-
iuo aaio oi iois ana uiaims in Nebraska lerntory.
nox. Jesss D. BmcnT. Washington, D. C.-'
" Jonx Van- BiKEy, New York City. -
" Edwin Ckoswell, " " u )
u Makk W. Izzakd, Gov. of Nebraska.
" T.U. Cuming, - Sec. .
Gkeexk,Weare & Bextox, Council Cluffs. Iowa.
, r: d. H..ISOLOJION, .; c; x,
Attorney and -Counsellor at Law.
. r; :;i glen.wood,':iowa;:v-:: c 0 r.
Will practice in the Sixth and Seventh Judicial
Districts of Iowa.
A. J. POFPLETOX.
Tit. . BYIRJ.
POP PLETOX 4L BYERS,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W.
And General Land Agent,"
. OMAHA, NEBRASKA. Xl V
Land Warrants Bought and Sold.
LAND ENTERED ON TIME.
SPECIAL attention given to the wlcetioa and en
try of Lands for Settlers, unil nil ,t..
... , 7 " vwuwo Vi 11 ' V-
cnoice locations. - ' . .
Lani Claims, Town Iict? and all kinds of Real E
tetc, bought and sold and investments made for dis
tant Dealers. . . , , .
- ; C. V. SNOW,
;'; rKOCKPORT.MO.- '. ,V -
OLIVEU KKNXCT. ' ' WM. B. (l ibhtt
JTAUE3 y. FJSKE. . , s . . ' J ' COCSTCS KNIGHT.
f: OLIVER BENNETT & C07 :
Manufacturers and Whalesale Deabrs'in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
NO. 8T MAIN STREET,
(Fovxeblt; No. ID 1, Cokxeb of M aix and Locust )
ST. LOUIS, MO.
.. E. F. SEARS.
Attorney and Counsellor at; Law.
- Aiid Solicitor in Chancery. -
SIDNEY, IOWA. - :-
Will practice ia tha District Courts of Western
; Sconce at tha Court House, op stairs. vj
J. HART ci SOU
Oregon, Holt County, Jlissouri.
Keep constantly m hand all descrij tion of Harness,
baddies, Undies, Ac., Ac. . . . ,
N. L. Every article in our shop is manufiwetared
uj uurjiuTws ana warranted to give natisiaetinn
FRESH DRY GOODS,
EEDY, JAJIESON & CO.,
Not. 170 and 172 Main St., St. Louis
W ttre D0W in roce"rt of tha most comrleto and
f Y magnificent stock, ever offered to the Western
Trade. Merchants visiting this city are invited to
vAumiaauon oi our stocX and prices
EDDY, JAMESON & CO.
Balloa'a Pictorial Dr
(LAV" C17AJC'S riCTCRIXL.)
rpiIIS PAri:?. irescru, in tho Bctt
I and aval'. .1 la T a reeily lit?mr,
bio even! y cf V. ..iy. It colanici ' ar"i '
igiaal V ';: ' .lies and poeins, l,, .-
sicas a; :To:i-. ar.i tho rn-eaa 0f ts. T 1
I L - .V-: . J Whol9 W Jll .fr.icc, yfX'
r.ch T" .r Lj liojmtifur.y LinnnL,!''"' '
numerous iwcu. a;-e engravings,
notable object.', current events
. by eminent i,."
t m all r::
world, and cf men and rnar.nerj, altotHo. ,
paper entirely origins.! in thii country, i.
contain views or every populous city iQ the' s
world, of all building of noto ".n the eastern . l'2"'
ern hemisphere, cf ail tho prinrlpa! hips ir.il.'
eri of the t.wy id ' ticrdit service, irpj,"
nc? urate portraits of cverr noted characti
wirl 1. botli male and fcraalc.
TEEMS :INVAKIAl)LY IN ADVAJ
1 aiibscribcr, one year ' ' : a i'
4 subscribers. " " H
Any person, serving ni li-tU&i.8n'bxT,X..
last rate, shall recei vo the icwttwnlh eorv ' '
One copy cf Tin: rncror om U
of B At.LOC'3 TiCTOKHi, tvrether. Si ra
Published every SaturJi.y, by. M. M.bVj ' rTlor
Corner of Trea-.onta.nd Crt-infielJ sTo n ,,A:
, . 1-uai-
v EDITED EY.ALEL STETE.$. '
TT V. II. I. hn t,! .,!Ti fhlj .
J " ' t - ' nviitu Msr,l
withsnch articles a the puilij e;cj w,r
religion without dogm-iijsrzi'lnd without sept- , r'
Besides an abundant rni jccllony of tmr a.
number contains ntnety-su piig3, iaakb bij"
ur'csayear, of si.x hund;ed pagos each! 1
Urgest monthly of its prio in the Unite! Sat ,
A liberal discount made to wholesale piv,"
A fifth copy of the work will be al'owej fur f.'o f
scribcr3; and any person fcrrarding sixteen i .
shall have the Magazine for tn subsrHbcn, lr?
a premium, a bound volumo worth $2. vXct c
ten, to one address, shall Lav 3 the worker &
dollars a year. 'c- "
Orders for the llagazino may bo directed to j .1
Cakltox A Phillits, New York, S woBM3rariN .
Cincinnati, W. IL DorGirrT, Chicjgo, J. L. l--nttsburgh,
or J. P. Macek, R)ston. ercc
Terms, 52 a year, in advance. SInr'a ninV -1$X
cents. CARLTON A THILUppr L ,
NOTICE. V . NOTICE.
Merchint?, Shorten and Marnfrfei:
HORACE E. DE5IICK & COS Sint '
GREAT WESTERN EMPORIUM, fjf Siait, iV
Rides, Pistols, Fishing Tackle and Sponi-i c
para t as of every variety, is at No. 32, XorthiTO
street, St. Louis, tho sign of tho Doer in tlul .
dow. . ...... atr
Wo keep constantly oa hand a full aisortaw'1'
Hunting, Target aiul 'Minnie Pffa
Together with every variety of ParcosiuB CrCurc
Guns, Wads, and Wadding. -Pa per, Ib;D T;t3 :
Ac, Ac; in fact, everything connected wiih iha (X
Trado. - - '.. - '. . U3CC
Two Ilnndrcd Drcechkloftding Ki5esof Ti.ii u-
patents.'. " - ', - -.;'-.
N. B. All kindj of gun material and moM;"3 '
in th.o forged, filed and finished stat.
ricase call and examino fcr vourselres krs n '
make your purchases, as eigericace id the oalj .-.cr L
ZST Vur gwd s arQ all warranted by us. , 1 .
August 23, 185C. -vlnl2J ; i , . -: tr?
II. G. IJ0IES
No. 1G, ITaia Street, -St. Louij 1T f J
A GENTS for Straulj Cera and WficiL
jfl. tho'Qaecn of the Sctith." This renar'a
Mill has been kept secured tx. fie inventor br csr.va r
recently,, however, (June 27th, 1?M.) k:b 0
Patent fur tho United Statcj h ivo ham grantci'.t: -curing
the invention for fucrte'ir: yean. Thii i 3 '
has suitained itself wherever it. has b-eon bDn.riC?,
to competition with other Mi"s. It nai rart' ,
the other make of ..Mills of oartity, at the Ohio - n ""t
Fair,- in 13j(), when ii drei a diplomi m ti -4 l'
Corn Mill, anl wa3 awarded fine silver medal. . tv
Of these Mills wo manf-'trra five sizes fatef
and three expressly, for grin, ti n;s w'v .?,. ,. ,. f.
. i he peculiar; novelty of. this i:.iw i
stne is the running ftoae, in all cases." Thrt!!.'
limit to the jpccl, ail ?pel licverythin:E iat li
icg, it will out grind any upper grinder in "iM
Secondly: Dy this arrangtucnt we arj enaila r"
get grain into the Mill with a very small ey?.t cf
quently we grinT nearer the centre, ar.Jofr
with less powet than any uypcr runner caa kit
Thirdly: Our Mill takes aay kind of grain ri 0 :i
choking. We warrant against choking in any a; . r
cases. This is a groat vexatioi c:u-iing J-I.ijy"' "
trouble in all Mills wLcro the upper stone is the-X f.;:
ncr. Of course, we mean srv.ill Mills, whec ti-:ri.c
tion mast Le high to do much tiuincss.
.Fourthly: Oar Mills nercrfako unjaryliy unlets?
empty the under stone n lonchlng tho a; tT'cr :
no injury can lc dons. This is an important oti. . u'
tago over all Mills where thj upper sUne u tU nil..
ncr. , .. .-August 23,1333. Tlncrc-
Land "OlHce at IJrou'nTillc. isct .
All persons kutwin themselves indolwj tox j, ,
hereby notiQcd that their aersucts are dafjiDtii .
be Settled Immediately, by Noto ur Cash: t-n
ment we must huve,inrder to5ontinaeonrb:.i?n i .
. x i B. U. A J. D.N. TliOMV
Brownville, August 1st, 'i!-o
Of the Iowa, Otoe, Omnia tribe, anil Eot '
Yauktou and Santie Inuids of laiias let:.
having aa interest ia the Kcserv ' ,
. tion between the Ureat and Lit 0 u J
. tie Nemaha rircr?, ia the there:
TIT.RITORY OF NEBEASE1 it cf
"VJOTICE is hcn.hy givrn ti til person if" , .
pursuance of the second .ct '.iiii an tet if UrU!;
grs, parsed Jaly Ulh, entitled -iai'.tv
auiorizo ina i'i-tniant of tl.. L nited ?Uta
to be sun-eyed tho tract of land in th Tcrraio.
Nebraska, belonging to the IIilf-breed,tr L" Qq ,
bloods, of the Dakotah tr Si)ux Nation of h
and for other purposes.-" Providing: Tbattle?,n r.2:
ident be nndhe is hrebv nnthirizl to ew i-.
ascertained the number and n.inics of the twf r.
and mixed-bloods who arc entitled' to cink'rjiorv;
the benefits of a grant containcl in the ninijr ,
of the tmity of the- Prairie d j Chico.of the "
iyf A. i. i.;u, bctweca th I nited suw w.i.
.tationsof thj cohfedmtfsl Y-.irU ct Si"-. . e
and other Indian.-, wherein a rtservation of ."
Lake Pep';n and the Mio!tri Rircr (dcacru-' has
treaty) was granted to the half-breed rela'je-' -Iowa,Ottoe,
aD.l-Oii.al.. Tribes-,, and T "',
Santie bajads of Sioux In(lit?, . . ,-'
That I will attend at Sioux Ci:y,"lora,;a;
Monday, 25th day cf August next, rcniainitf '
three week; then at IV..eviw, on tho 2
rcmaiaing there two wce'ts; U.eix at Arcb,3 t0.v.
son county, Nebraska Terntory ( near the "
mm; un mo xji aay or UcU.tH?r, rema'1
fiar weeks, for tho'Trtioa of a.rtainiSt
berand rames of lie half-brwds or ni. X ,
now living, of the Iowa, OttWJ, Omahas -
and Santie bands of the- Sioux Indians, PiJ p
tho treaties aforesaid." . When the dut:d ,
commissioa w ill bo closed a3 soon thereafW " ? ;r J R
Die, at Oienwood, Mills countv,Iowa. erj v,-
All porsocs interested, are tercby noti' .
pear with their eridence at t-Ith-r of the rjce. v
fore-mcr.ticncd,"iit tho lima specified, t Pfdl!:
right "to yarticii ato in the btwfiiof tht
or rcse rva ami " eonraca ! v k ttiw n s th a o
Great and Little Ncinahi rivers, ia the T. -t,
Nebraska, and derived' froai said treat
c cf f
partincnt, st w.U le necsary to furniah b,
re, and re
ela.a)ii.,Iup to tho SioaJ,Ba
residence of e'ach; al, who ir orphans or '
their guardian, legally appoijtiid, or other ..J .
all times tho
TiPzt rv! I .ri rhn T.T.flirc u ' .1.
will admit of, nill bo reuir-d to prove iJ',
degreo of relatianhip U ihe Sooix nI t' "
facts herein require 1 t j t3 T t3V;d; and ,n
reason can be shown, sach as ae, diiWBtag
or sickness, the applicant should appear ifff. r;
' . i
atlJition. to taeir otl'.cr.tcstiavmy
Will S1 tha Ttrvr n.an!n.
i'' of i"
that they m:iy ottaia the bVjcia di
oiu giiiutorrcaerviicion. jusu u . j
... I rf ...,.n'
please publish four weeks and forward tn . .
this cce for payment. ' ' f'
MISSOURI RIVER PAC
THE new, clcgnnt and fiut running 'r:s:t '
packet and freight eteamcr, E
Baldwin, Commander, is now running
trips between St. Louis and Council Y
ono of the best freight steamers on tho v
been built exvrc?dy fur this trade.
ijheswith most avidity, an clevaUxl Iiterarv''
tritical appreciation of art, tae d'ueussion of"
timet leal nucstifins. an. I a in.il rnt.n-t-, r r
- . J - - - - ...iiu.j J
will compno utpartmcnti of literary bct, r:
tclligcnce, book notice?, religions iiifina'V'
gencral ncw3, prepared tb.(ough!y by skif'w
It is embellished with nr.morous eni!I 7
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