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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1856)
It." W. FURNAS,-Editor.;.
;DAV MORNING, SEPTE.MBR, 13 1856;
Pakvix, 'o. C3 Fourth street, between
ni Vine, Cincinnati. ' - i :
I'ettengill & Co. New York.
Swyxukb, No. 43 Chestnut street, Saint
LIcLrxG, Troy, Ohio. : ' -
. IL Dabst, Tippecanoe, Ohio. " .
Ml'NGEH, Covington, Ky.
Kirk, Archer, Nebraska.
. Peter, Oregon, Mo.
A Ilxwc, liockport. Mo.
'c White. Nebraska City, N. T.
W. Tate, Linden, Mo, . ; -,
orized Agents to solicit Subscriptions and
?nts for the Advertiser, and reocve and
- recent addition?, we now have the most
jb Offiee in this Western Country, and
d to execute Job Work of every descrip-
neatest style, and on reasonable terms.
attention given to Blank and Card work:
-chased one of Foster's latest Improved
-es. Orders- from a distanco will meet
? resident In this Territory, coming from
jrtions of -the States, often surest to us
of persons in their old neighborhoods, who
btlcss become subscribers if they could see
lie "Advertiser." We always send a speci-
. and ierson3 recicvinz. will consider t a
.i te become a rernlar subscriber. Post
ril others, feeling sufficient interest to make
, can retain the usual per cent for their
, LZZKQcit Claim Pesdj, and Declaha
ilTATkaEKTs. for sale at the Advertiser
JEPEOfLE OF, ITEM AH A COTITTY.
e time is approaching for tlio election
arious ofSccs within your gift, we de
:pyin the position we do, as conduo
Dublic Journal as a citizen in com
. i you to say a few words; and in do
ve shall' endeavor to niantain our inde
tT." t r
$ of existing, issues, or those that may
: arise.. Had we not come to Nebraska
arooscof. making it our home our
: it abiding place we might not fee
-- interest in her present and future
hat we do. But to the matter in
in all aware that there are several cm
' .tirg , circumstances, in this coanty,
.:ircs us to be extremely careful how
; e managed, that we may preserve the
r, unity, and good feeling, necessary to
l ) the county its just and true advan
c very respect. One of thase circum
f iz- :
is, that for some reason or olher, which
' 1 .not uow, nor in tb is place discuss
: :;5 s a feeling of hostility, in some dc
. '.iccn the town and country. Who'
y have bocu to blame in creating this
j, it Is Jiot our place to sayr but let us
i lis interests of the whole county;, and
v be no difference of opinion upon the
. STiatf ire act tojciherf Let us exam
: aoment, why we should act in uni
. "1 we start upou the assertion that the
I country are just as dependent upon
. . rr as the right harid is upou'the left,
ft upon the right Suppose, for in-town-site
be selected of unsurpassed
, -nd natural advantages, so far as the
1 v, is concerned with no country to
:. common expression surrounding it
'arms no Farmers- in short, none of
acnts of au agricultural life, and we ask,
your town property worth? What are
mechanics.' merchants and professional
community to .do for the standard cec
of life? Need we answer the" question
? We" think not On the other side
ut your town, and what is your farms
m' pioducts worth? Where is your
for a .surplus? Where are jour con
? As vith the interrogatory on the
le, the answer readily presents itself to
1 of every reflecting man. There arc
rcumsianccs, or maltcrs that necessarily
therhseivcs in every commuuitv, that
'. -monized and rendered for the com
I, must, bo met fairly, squarely, in a
, rest, candid, straight-forward, inves-
-plrit, with the public good the great
. ; r.d iu accordance with tho true demo-
; rxiplc to yield a cheerful and wil
"ence to" the constituted majority.
ridiykiual aspirations for 'position, get
f of our judgement. At present, we
arty lines drawn no political issues.
; be none. 'We are now in the enjoy-
harmon', and a general good feeling
-nany differences of opinion privately
:d. Let it remain so; at least unti
have been admitted into the Union as
cr fearful issue is. the "rexed ques
vr scattering ruin, discord, revolution
wished over our naturally fair sister
-; and, in fact, to a great extent,
Dut tho . length and breadth of the
Need 'we call your attention to a com
:ficbraska with Kansas? The for
5 become the contented home- of the
as, peaceable, happy inhabitant her
lulating prairies, are filling up with un-
?a nipiany me nusy num ct ma
o be heard in every direction-deities
-is arc springing up, and being filled
Mechanic, Merchant, Doctor, Law
:her and School Teacher, all things
her the garden spot of the western
She stretches forth her inviting hand,
all come and partake of her riches,
' the blessings of peace.
lITerent the latter! One word' tells
wab ! ' Possessing all the natural
i we dd more, .claimed by raanv
is she Avhat is her destinv? There
revolver and bowie' knife take the
.ie plow and slcklcr the midniTt
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the. place of the-farmer churches
.d, and made "the scenes of bloodshed
-hool :edifices, the hope of the land,
"ng in ashes the word Jiome oblitcra
ken out all all that is dear to man
c And for what? To carry political
J gratify the aspirations of political
"Jcs. Shall we bv a misuardod sten.
act, brinr: urxm ourselves this
:.ss. For particulars relating to the
ihe extra session or Congress, we re
ader to matter under the Washington
another column. No pro-Tos3an-
le' made, nor not much prosncctof
ae prcscct, or rather pa;t Session of
, wilt be a noted one on the historical
; Reports the past week &te "ivati and rumors
of wars.' If half we have heard, be trad, Ve
may look for startling news from Kansas next
week. . Several fights are said to have taken
place, and a number killed on both aides.! Yes
terday, rumor says, per agreement of both
parties, the Lawrcncobattle was .to .come .off
in accordance with, the customs of war; the
women and children to be sent out of reach,
and the battle to begin. :. We do not vouch for
tho correctness of these reports, btit give them
as we got them." " ' V' .
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Salt is Nebraska. Samples of: Ealt, "as
scraped from the ground in the salt basins,'cn
Creek, Lancaster county, in this Territory,
been analizcd by L. Grorcwcg, Meteoro-
ogical. Observer for the Smithsonian Institute,
Washington, with the following result: :
Pure muriate of soda, : i -. , .35 !
Bitter salt, - - -" -' - .' 2
Fine sand, - - - 3
Tho sample being taken from the' ground
account for the appearance of sand , Prq-
essor Groneweg says that this salt is from 5 to
10 per cent purer than the salt is m use in our
country, and that it will need no purification
or separating process, can be manufactured by
the evaporation and boiling process, or by
either.- This. is cheering,' certainly, .and wo
may soon look for western enterprise to se:ze
hold of the salt trade, and export that article,
instead of importing as now.
BTEAHZS AEABIA STJJTZl
We learn, from gentlemen, just ;arrived at
Archer, and who were passeugers on the steam
er Akabia, one of the St. Louis and Council
Bluff boats-r-that she struck a snag and suck,
a few miles below Parkville. Mo., on Fridsy
5th. She was heavily laden for Sioux Citv.
Boat and can:o total loss no lives lost. Our
Archer correspondent, Hon. A. D. Kick, and
Lady, whose marriage we publish to-day,
were aboard. We shall, we presume, be able
to give full particulars next week.
KOBE INDIAN TROUBLES.
Col. Thompson informs us that he saw and
conversed with the mail carrier from Oregon,
Mo., to Fort Kearney, who informed him that
he was attacked by a band of Cheynes Indians,
when only six miles from the Fort, coming in
this trip, was shot in the arm and through
the hat. He retreated to the Fort, from which
a company of 13 men were sent in pursuit o
the Indians, overtaking and killing ten of their
number. An armed escort was sent in with
the mail carrier. . . , ,
Improvement. isever has there been as
much improvement going. on in Brownville
as at present. IjOOK in what ever direction
3ou ma', and mechanics are to be seen en
jraored erecting buildings. . AYe count from the
window where we are writing, . twenty-five
carpenters and masons at work on one square.
Jons L. Dozieu & Co are erecting a large
mercantile house, on Main street. . Mr.DoziEit
of the firm, has arrived and is driving matters
in regular Nebraska pro-ahcad stvle." ' '
Last week an "Advertiser" was returned to
this office, with the following note acconipny.
R. "W. FunxAs: Keep your paper at home
and . . :
Oblige, J. Howe.
J. IIowe is a resident of Delphi, X. Y. - A
riend of his here, has been sending him the
Advertiser, without charge. "We think he
might have exhibited more of the gentleman
in his manner of notifying either his friend or
the publisher of the Advertiser, that he did
not wish the paper. 1
The monument of patience and industry,
Jimmy Extwistle, we sec is still shoveling
away, digging down his lots on the Bluff. .In
less time than many of us think, he will have
them down "on a level," when they will be
worth to him $1,000 each.
The steamer Claba. passed down on Satur
day last, having on board a large number of
United States troops, intended, we arc inform
ed for Fort Kearney. Owing to the present
excited state of affairs in
Kansas, they will
probably be retained there.
Gex. Daughertt. We were favored with
a visit from this velerau Pioneer of the West,
on Saturday last. Ho was on his return from
Fort Pierre. Although having been' an ad
venturer in these western wilds for over 30
years, he looks as though he might pass, as
many more in like employment ;
"Best wine reserved for the last of the feasu"
We had made up our minds to take no further
notice of melons, plums and other luxuries left
at the Advertiser office, for fear there might
be a suspicion that we and our "jours" "graz
ed" cntirelv upon that kind of "pasture;" but
the fine "red cores," left by Johx Hall and
Bex. THOMrsox, '.and "blushing plums'! by'N.
Biddlecomb, compels us again to make one
of the most polite bows we know bow. . . ;
; STEW ADYEETISEHES'TS.
Edward Mead & Co., Importers and
wholesale dealers in Watches, Jewelry, Fancy
Goods, &c, No. 50, Main street, St. Louis.
This is the oldest House of the kind in the
West, opened in 1835, consequently they have
established for themselves a character as hon
orable dealers; and a glance at their stock, will
be sufficient to satisfy any one that their stock
is unequalled in quantity, quality, styiee nd
J ohx W. Toolet, (successor to Noonan,
Tooley & Co.) No. 53, Main street SL Louis,
advertises a large wholesale stock of goods in
his line. See his advertisement for particulars.
We are assured by those who have dealt at
this House, that no better can be found; stock
large and varied; prices moderate; ' terms lib
eraL Give him a call. ;
. Tuttle, Peelev & Surra; 77 Main street,
St. Louis, manufacturers of Bonnets, and deal
ers in Millinery goods. This House ever mind
ful of the wants of the Ladies tikes great
pains io "keep up with the fashions," difficult
as that may be; yet we are informed they suc
cessfully accomplish that foaL W.e' speak' for
T., r. & S. a liberal patronage from Nebraska.
Sec the card of Jacob Safford, '' Esq., Nc
braska City Business entrusted to him wil
meet with prompt attention. t " ,
CojTCij'idenco cf rthellfebraski Advertiaer.
u,r .v-.ru Bioux Citt, Iowa,- ;i
'August 31st, 1856. J
:v . Dkab Sitt:rThe Dubuque and ioux
City railroail has' been located, and terminates
t- v: i :i. .VA. tA VUt1
Vii A : Va 'llift VlrtT-rl t '-a- mWiS ill'1
this pUce, about one mile atote ine x ioya interior has recommended to Congress the pas-
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Ta"eJ".i a I ;r . - -' ...i - Uace
' Many pre-emtionV are : being made nt this m 0f the definite fdcation of certain tail
Land. pBco daily. '.' 1 ,v -;i : roads, may be filed at the' general and local'
The steam Sawmill here, sells lumber at
per thousand; and pine lumUsr as selling
100.. ; '
.MnBaoinWarood in tUerU
few days sbice, and has not yet been found.;
A gentlemen killed,' out east pf licre, and ken
probably twoiothers. -t l any
J ndge Horr, ;of Omadi, robbed of $1,500
Company money. Another robbed by the Jn- ; '
dians, whilst crossing the Omaha Reserve, of . .
ging, to make up his loss. ; 1 ; " ! '
Steam er Em ma on a sand,-bar near Fort ed
Randal, ' and will probably remain there all
She broke some, of her machinery.
Democratic organization at which Col. Sharp
and Gov: ' Pucharddon , wcro called put, and
made speeches. I
Sioux City lost the County ;sSeat of Wood-
KnVir f .'i,t i,.o ti,.'T.;i nfflM fnr ih
:,uuurekCIU i11 u . "
improving as rapiaiy as matenai can oe pro-
cured to build with. : V -, ' . 1 ' . 1 :. .
. A dance, at which the youth of the Fron
tier City made their appearance, and appear
not to have forgotten their habits vnd customs
of olden times, , ..: ! , ' ''.'-.'
There is a new town opposite this,' called
Harney, City. , . Omadi, Dakotah, Logan, St.
John, and a new town at the centre, are also
in Dakotah county, and all striving for the as
cendancy.' . ' ." V' ;" '
There are 300 voters in Dakotah county, by
the census. - They will probably have a town
campaign fight next election, as each village
expects the County Seat, or some other advan
tage over the others. , ,. i.;.. .:
There are three new towns above Dakotah
county, on the Missouri. One at the mouth of
Iowa creek, another about thirty-five miles
above, called St James, and another at the
mouth of .Lococose. 1 he county is also set
tling with families as far as Iowa Creek, which
is about fifteen miles above Sioux City;
Correspondence of the Nebraska Advertiser.
- ! - . Little Detroit; III.' ) "
:-. -. it; 1 . .August 18tb, 1856. :.
R. W. Furs as, .Esq.:- . : ,
, , . Dear Sir: -Political excitement is now
ucyiuui iuiuu inuiii luis omie, auvixuuiaua.
Men and wdmen'bbth, seem to bo. warmly en
gaged in the struggle for Presidencv, and are
anxiously fcxhorting theifchildren io comefbr-
ward and cheerfully engage' in the coming
contest: The great battle for the freedom of
all the people, is now about to be fought: The
great Kansas battle is now being fought; and
tne riguts 01 squatters to govern tnemseives,
to bo decided at the election for l'resident, in
vn...i.: nPKk rt.i v. T.,v.
o vcmber. The contest is between Buchan-
an, a Union man, and Fremont, who is the
candidate of the JlepublicansFillraore, here,
is scarcely spoken of. ; , ' ;
I, as a citizen, of Nebraska, feeling proud of
my squatter Tights, regret very much to see
notices posted up all over the country, calling
Anti-Nebraska meetings, to discuss the impro
priety of. permitting the squatters in nny Ter
ritory, exercising all the rights vouchsafed to
all the citizens of the United States. The
principles as set forth in Ihe Nebraska bill, are
certainly 'constitutional, republican, democrat
ic, perfectly in accordance with the spirit of our
beloved and free Institutions- consistent with
common law, common sense,-justice,' and all
rights inherent" in our nature.' The principles
of squatter soe'gnfy were applied to Caljforj
mx, and worked well and favorably for the
North; and now we find the partv, once so fa-
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oraulc, now opposing the same, pnnciples.
We are citizens of the United States, and only
ask for their privileges yea, 'we demand them
as a right, and feel assured, too, that those
rights can never be wrested from us. ' We
have too much confidence in tho American
people, to believe that a 'majority of them will
ever submit to have the rights of any portion
of the Union trampled under foot, because
they are but weak and feeble but . an infant
in Uncle Sara's arms. Give us, then, Squat
ter Sovreignty; the Constitution and Union of
the States of tho American States free us
from internal convulsion, Abolitionism,' Kan
sas wars, HigherTLawism and wild fanaticism
of every kind; whether it affects Territories,
States, the people or the Union. So mote it
be. , Yours respectfully. : , .- ;
''! ; A. D. KlBK.
The ncwr Bank building nf the Nemaha
Valley Bask," is noTv rnoyirig along t5 com
idetion rapidlr.' Juixse' Riddle' is in ' t6wn
looking afteV'mattcrs himself. i0 . ' '' ' ,"' ;"
l r .
The Knickerbocker for September is be
fore us. i "For ns to say thiit the "Editor's
monthly Gossip" holds its way "like some fair
rivulet, glasciiig and dancing in the sunshine
of a May "nVomIng,f would; nly be saying
what' others have said before us, and what ev-;
ery reader knows to be true. ; 'Tis a luxury to
re ad the Knickerbocker. . -,.
National JlAGAzmrE for September, : we
have. The National .is somewhat dillercnt
from most of the monthlies; : there is more o
the olid--really. instructive;, contents varied
however, and every class will find matter to
amuse and. instruct.; We have given the con
tents of the present number but a hasty' peru
sal, but find them interesting.
2 The Talley Faumeb for September, is re
ceived, freighted hs usual with a large quantity
and. varietyr of interesting and useful matter to"
the farmer and manufacturer. " 1 "' ' ''
ronTEn's SriaiT or the Times. Wac; T,
rnTER, - E$q. who for twenty-six -years has
bc3n editor and 'publisher of 'the ."Ne w York
Spirit of the Times," "issued" Jn'tbe first week
of the present month; a newtfeekly Sportin
anl Literary newspaper, called "Porter's Spirit
of the Tirncs.,' To the Spcrtsmen who have
been readers of the "Times,' we need say rch'
ing; but to those who hare not; allow us-tosay
yoJi.Avill.be pleased with iLL
Specimens of Ml the abjpve Wrkscan be
seen at this office, and subscriptions received
and forwarded. '. " ' ;' ' ', '-
The communlcaticra from MJ"-wW received
too" late : for -ms'ertlori-lhu wcekvr' Shall ap
pear in our next1 v" i' :' ; ' "f. :;!lf
j It wU1 jnterestjng to holders tf-Land
warrant3 to know that .the . Secretary ot the
.i.-t-ii ...., i it,. v4 ' .1 :
of a laW fixinz Oxe time within .vhich the
iar4 offices.' 'He sussests that the. period of
twelve months be designated for that Tim-nose.
applicable to the 'grants of land made atthe
preskt! ot Congress for railway P'-
poses. Otherwise, that immediate steps be ta-
by .the proper department, for restoric;
-lands to entry and location Ayhich .
have been withdrawn for such railroads.
, ' ,;ttl ' r '." . . ,".)
ComnEiyrEinxo. A Bank Note Detector
gives the number . of., banks in the , United
States, whose notes have not been counterfeit-
or al tered as 463 ; and the number whose
notes have been counterfeited or altered, as 854
JPuMic ; Meetm
-Nemaha county, N. T.
At thfl renriest of tha nndersiffUed citizens! ly
of Nemaha: county,' a general Mass Meeting
will be held on the 20th of, September, 1856,
ilin MvlAnrna IaT ATp". TnoeA PIa 4rt r?nri1a I
upon -business of the utmost importance and
interest to us alL - - .' 1
Christian Hinder, '
J M Alderman, ,
J Eastridge '
W A Alderman , .
Benj Chapman -V,
. Josiah Roberts
Benj Carpenter -
J esse Cole
AHobblitzell '' :
C F Rickets
H S Thorp;...
C Luckage .... T
J Harman ,' ( ,
W Chambers . '
' W II Barnet
R J Whitney
RS Haneford.. '..
J M Donogh. i
;; H B Roberts ; ":
vE Reia'-. - :
!. . BJInnnig . :i
S A Cbambefs
G W Horn
: J H Beard - '
' F Tanri'- V
. "D C Hinders
A J Sherley '
' W Uaudley -
H Russell. ;
R C Shaun
H Baker , ;
W Coin i
. There is yet one paper not returned with
perhaps 25 names on.
" Near Peoria, III. on the 17th inst. by Rrv. Z. Hall,
IIox. Abel D. Kiri, of Archer, Nebraska Territory,
and Miss Mollii A. IIammett, of Tazewell county,
Illinois. . . . , .. ..
you so." We predicted sometime
ago1,1 that the eyes or our correspondent Kirk
were "seL", Tins writing about "sparkling m
eyes, ; uiusuuig ciieeas, ruuy iI, anu me
l!t-o vn'a KvincA nf Tiii "crnrionaa .".' . 1
Permit us to congratulate you upon your
cmergement from the ranks of Bachelorism,
with its cold, dreary, comfortless routine of
life. ."Luck to ye."
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.;xuyiuuyu ui , x aiuii'f&ujp. ,:: ,
"VTOTICE is hereby given, that tho co-partnership
-L nerctoiore existing between J. IK IS. Thompson
and H r Buxton ig hi3 d diasold by mutual
consent. The busines of the firm will be finished,
with consent of parties concerned, by H. P. Iluxton.
- P.' BUXTON,
' J. ; If. THOMPSON.1
- Brownville, Sept. 8, 1856. vlnl5tf
IG. CROCKERY. K
- JOHN iWr TOOLEY.
' ( Successor to KOOXAN, TOOLEY & Co,)'
53 Main st, Old Stand, St. Louis, Mo.
1 Glass and'0.ueenware. Yollow-and lckinj-ham
Ware, Chandeliers, XamFterns,' Looking-glas-
ses, Britannia Ware, &c. &e., with a great variety of
1 . . J . 7 o . J .
b ancy llantle and mior Ornaments, direct from the
'otterics and Manufacturers.
ETNow arriving and in store, a full stock of the
tOn hand, Assorted Crates, for Country Trade
,N. B. Packing receives special attention.
September 13, 1855.. , vlnl5-6m ; ,.
1856 FALL TRADE. . 1856
EDWARD MEAD. W. H. MAURICE. E. H. MEAD;
Oldest Iloune of the kind in the Fct . .'
: : i '. EaUied 1835."-
!. EDWARD MEAD & CO.,' C
'j" ' ' ' 'No. 50 Main, cor. Tine st,
Importers and Wholsalcrs '
Watches Jewelry! and Fancy Goods.
1T 7 ATCnMAKEItS TOOLS, and materials: sit-
V V ver and plated ware, shot guns, rifles, pistols,
revolvers, musical instruments, daguerreotype ambro-.
Doai table ware.
St. Iiouis, September 13, 1855. rl-nl5-3m . "
E. 6. TITTLE.' '' B. G. TERLET. H. V. SMITK. '
TUTTLE, PERLEY St SMITH.
FALL STYLES. ;
77 Main street, St. Louis, Mo. " ".V
MANUFACTURERS of Straw and Silk Bonnets,
Importers and Wholesale dealers in Ribbons.
Silk Millinery, Flowers, Trimminss. Lace Goods. Em
broideries, &c. " ' ' ' - ,:
pr-f,K- ir:Ti; : . . .
7(r ,V gy OBtb!8arJ"rt,'0f
iy nti Si I tooffer inducement equstl, if not
supenon, 10 any joDDing nouse in tno United hUtes.
."umouu uu iuiuiucrj arc nariicu lariv in -
faeptcmbcr 13,55. vlnl5-6m ' .. n
.ZT? ..T7 JLr
Attorney and CoUnSelldr at" LaW.
nrvrnit tvemi vip ix-n r ivri . o;..
GENERAL LSUIUCE AND LAND AGENT,
And XTotary FubliC -
Nebraska City, .Nebraska Territory.
WELL attend promptly to all buisness entrusted
to his care, in Nebraska Territory and West-
September 12, 1856.,.. ylnl5-ljr
iCGl--Jl lOWr M Q.Cl01Vs
Market Square, St. : Joseph, Mo; :
' 1 ' WIT.T.T A : TIT ' f 4 TJT'P'D ;
i .., . . . . " " aim.. VAil X XJXk, . . f r
MANUFACTURER, of Prairie plows of all sie
one . and two horse Plows and Shovel -plowi,
Cultivators and Harrow All orders (under five-hundred
plows) filled immediately. Liberal discount to
wholesale purchasers. .1 i..--' vi -. )
-J.'.M. McFADIN & CO; ,
FOR WARDING $ ; C0M3IISSI0S
No.' 2S Levee, add 56 Commercial street,
. - ; '' st: Louis, Mo.
Espcciai attention given to sales of, KEMP, ROPE,
Provisions, Floor, Grain; Afl. ' 6nsignmcnta solicit-
'THOMAS H.LARKIN & CO.,
' COMMISSION MEHCHAKT8 ASD
. Xso. 30, Levee, Corner of Olive street,
ST. LOUIS, MO. .' . ,-
andToB VCCO ""nS TJrCl
KtUUi1 sUa.4:.. ! a 1 9 TTMn m a I
of Hemp, under any eireumstanees.
ifn " - - -; . . - -: r
" 'A T. Jnn A TIP! V JA
COUNTy ' SUR'VEYriR
i , - ..... . : x J5
V jS V ILLFi, NEMAHA CO.
Uehraaki Te'rVitAr "
eDra&ic rerritcrj.j j
: ISjUead Quarter fot Pargabitl I ISA
RUFUS R. EDWARDS,
Wholesale and retail (dealer in
Staple and Fino Groceries, Wirier
leas, Foreign and IJomestie Liquors, and every-
thing else appertaining to the business of a Grocer.
J . . .
Teas, Foreign and Domestic Liquors, and ercry-
Main, between Jnle and Second streets,.
(Opposite Uia Edgar Ilouse.) ' X . ?
- ST. JOSEPH, MO. , : ; - .
HAVE now on hand, a large'and "well selected
stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods and Gro-
tSS. "S e't
rience in business, they flatter themselves thai thej
by any House in the West. j, Their ..motto is quick
sales and light profits, ... -
Country Jlerchants will find our stock adapted to
their wants in everv T,firtior A Mn t fh
uvudVL'c buiuuuIi3 iu uuiLiioaiiiv iAjarui
their wants in every particular.
trade 13 respectfully solicited.
. chahles kearny,:' r ,
Wholesale and : Retail Grocer
AND STEAMBOAT AGENT. .
East side Market Square orsite Market House
BEGS leave to inform the citizens of St, Joseph,
and the public generally, that he hag just open
1 ' 1 1 .. .. MS. I
'A: J. M0RR0W,V ; 1 .: ..
MAii(jjrAAUAiv 01 me rremium rlow, 01 va
rious sizes; one and two horse Prairie nlnwa'
Brush and Steel plows, for sale Wholesale and Re.
tail, on Second street three doora North of Market
Square, St, Joseph, JIo..,
The only Exclusive Wholesale Grocery
Ilk. Olm;VOSV)ll r fi
1 JENNINGS & SMITH, : " .
ANP( COMMISSION" MERCHANTS.
t-orner becond and Frances Sfs.
i ?t u . t . aention of Country
, Jlercnants to their Iarwo and varied ainnir rr
. li . ' . 1 na3,uocn ncreasca ry late arrivals
a uUiUnWkiaiC5U ireigai, ana win receive aaily
additions throu'-h the season. Ilavin? purchased fnr I
I cash, they present more than, ordinary inducements
rrfc nn rprj on1 will on ; 1 T .1 . r At --i I
.T . ' . " oamoijr an vuitu mvor mem wun
UMll tfl.lt. thnuixin nn Hl I t" I
j - - -.j vm uu niu vuuiimie niut OhlAUu
- ni i ...
prices, i. uey nave in Store;
600 bags Itio Coffee ! 50 boxes starch
40 UU Java Coffee 70 do lomon syrup
100 chest and hf chests 250 whole' and bf boxes
assorted Teas -- -candr -
180 bbl rcboiled and S II 300 do cans 'Fields ccle-
aioiasc3 brated llaltimore oysters
100 half bbls do 100 bbls half and qr bbls
En 1 1 - 1 l O .
150 Uhds N O Snar
600 doxen 8x10 and 10x12
60 bbls crushed . " .
80 bbls Tar t '.
100 stands do
300 bbls & hf blla crack
crs of various kinds
200 bxs ass'd Tobacco
100,000 ass'd Cigars .
1000 sacks Q A Salt
- window sash 1 r ; '
100 hf bxsass'd glasj
ouu aoi bed cords
80 coils manilla and jute
OOI3 O r ana extra I
1500 idea l)air
io bales 4-4 Domestics
1200 qr and half bxs sat
80 dozen zinc washboards
50 nests tabs
ooo kegs nail3
80 da SC Soda
75 dozen wooden buckets
250 bxs star candles'!
" And a general assortment of sundries too numer
ous to mention in. an advertisement. '
Our consignment, 5,000 bbls Kanawha fcalt, at St.'
Louis rates, freights added. ..... .
Orders are respectfully solicited and shall receive
prompt attention, and evciy effort made to cive en-
ure .sauaiaciion. . . . ...
i i i . . : , l
. Oa Edmond Street, near Cargill's Mill,
.' : " '.i St. Joseph, Missouri.
W J . 1 TAYLOR, Removed "from the old
: Stand to the above named place. "
rTlIIE undersigned is now fully prepared to aocom
JL modate his patrons and friends with the best as
sortment of 1'ine -Lumber ever oflered in this mar
ket, comprising not only "White Pine Lumber and
bite and ieilow flooring, ready dressed: but also
best "assortment ft Pino and Cottonwood, shingles; fTUTE eontinucd liberal patronage of tho citizens of
Poplar Siding, &cv' - ...j.. J St. Joseph, North Western Missouri, Kansas, No
lle has now on hand, at his Lumber Yard, tho lar- braska and, Western Iowa, for all of which we fuel
gest and best assortment of Doors,' Sash and Veni- thankful, has induced us to increase our facilities ftr
tiaa "blinds, ever offered in this market, a nortlonof doing businesKT Having built last spring, a vert
which is direct from Cincinnati manufactories, which
enables him to sell at very reduced prices. 7 He is
fu" Pd to. iiU all order, in. his Jine,.at -short
louc;c' ""l"' miioiu tne Kansas and c-
bras trnde, Le h e "t'eles they want and
miict hfiva ta aura rn mra ma oaII
V, .,, , : . r . 7 . " 'S1'1
Mill, and in ,
T ?ry.-. ,, . .... , ; ;j
LITTLE GIANT , CORN ' MILLS.
NEXT week, I will send my last order of the sea- cliiabcth chaira of every variety. Mahogany, wal
son, for a supply of the Little Giant Corn Mills, nut, cherry and maple bedstead of every style and
As I order none but th jsc engaged, Farmers who de- variety. Spring, hair,' moss, cotton and shuck mat
sire this useful article, will hand in their orders im- tresses, Ac, together with all other articles-in our
All Mills are warranted to perform as represented,
- " vgi.
. For J. Chad wick, St. Louis.
THE WESTERN rlOXEER LAND HUNTER,
DEALER IN REAL ' ESTATE,
I OMAHA CITY, N. T.
' C5FLands carefully located, and entered for cus
tomers. Lots and Lands bought and sold. -
For the improvement of streets and alleys in the
" ' town of Brownville, Nebraska Territory.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by tho town Council of
T 1 1 "k . . . r m . . . ...
lirownvine, lymaua county, 3.1., tna nve mills on
V 1 u. w m a.i ...
ine aonar, vaiuauon oi real estate, be levied for the
p-'F" v. w. ouwuo uuu ucjra iu cum
town. - " :
San t : fTfi, :.i t.i.-.
.v. . iveuivuvi viuiuum.ui.1 luciMuauuu
ui wnuiui!,usreiurncu DjinBpnenn ai mc last
assessment, .be the Jbasis upoa. which to levy ,the
aoove lax. i - , , .- -t :
Scc. 3.""Bc It further ordained, thai the Mayor
and Clerk he authorized to receive proposals, and let
i a. c 1 1 -.i,-j.-i : .
to tt0 lowest responsible bidder, and requiring bond
in fnll amount of estimated work. " : '
: Sec: 4, Be it further ordained, that a competent
engineer be anrolntfld. a. CM T.
it ;halI be to'make nn estimate of all work desired',
which work shall bo done in accordance with such
estimate,and the instructions of the Council. '
Sce- 5- 1)0 il farther ordained, that it shall be
the duty of tho Marshal to proceed and collect the
above tax. immediately after the exoiration of ten
aa7s rom tae pa'586 f tns Ordinance, and pay the
I i : a? .1,
money inw iuo uuims oi mo corporation ireasurer,
taking his receipt therefor, which money shall be
drawn by an order, signed by the Mayor and Clerk,
and authorixed by a vote of the Council. . . .
Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, that should any
property holder in said town, fail to comply with the
nance, then it shall be the duty of the Marshal to
procoed and enforce the same, in accordance with
' l the law in such case made and provided. . .
V-S I This Ordinance to take effect from and after ten
days from the date of its passage.. ;; v
.Passed September 2, 1856. : i
... . A. S, nOLLADAY, Mayor.
. Attest: O. F, LAKE, Clerk,
; .' .A THIXO OF BEAUTY 13 A JOY FOEEVEU. M,
COLES VOYAGE OF LIFE.
Childhood, Youth, Ulanhood Old Ace,
r our spienaia jine engravings, from, the Originals
in the Gallery of the Spingler Institute. .Plates,
lajLso, r aper, zox-w. .
4 ' A "GREAT NATIONAL WORK.,
Of five years' execution, involving an expense of $20.
000. y. Artist's proofs, 50. .India Lettered, $30.
Plain. $20. : "; I - . .-..; -1-,,, i. .
r3f A prospectus wnt&ining a full description of
mo wora, wun lesuraoniais trom our first AUIIT,
our most eminent, Ul V 1ES our most distinguished
STATESMEN, the beat accredited JUDUES OF
Alii, at home and abroad, together with the -
r : VOICE OF THE PRESS ' " ;,
Of this city, and also of the highest European, au
thority, . . .. - . ' . ........ .-r .
THE LONDON ART JOURNAL,!
U tnk 00 the of VB
' . ...
- The Trade supplied on the most
.U .iUU.; Xibcral Ternvsw , ,
Appropriate and tasteful styles of frames.
f cxPrc?i!ly for tb3 w,rk, at. the lowest cash rates,
7, 1 we larntsnea at pneet varying trom 10 to $32 the
sct.-Boxing: picking and cartage from $l-to"$2.
j Address the Voyage of Life, Kev. A. U..WOLFE,
vlnlltf . ... - Srinr in,i;ii -. V
ST.:jOSEPII, MO. : -
JA3IES CVRGILl, Proprietor.
ANUFACTURES and ktcps ccnstantly
oni hand for sale, all kinds of Tlonr, Jleal,
ana jr eca siuuj. vracrs soucueu uu vuiVj
ost favorable terms.' Cash paid consuntly for
Wheat. For nhararter of ; Flour refer to everybody
that ever used it. '
; Joseph, Mo., Aug. 30, 1835. Tlnl3-ly
JAUE3 C ARC ILL. - .' EO. V. CAHGILU
J. & C. TV. CARGILIv . :
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
AND" MANUFACTURER'S' i AGENTS,
Steamboat Landing, St. Joseph, 21o
CONSIGNMENTS of Goods'and Produce
' , -. , ,. .L . , . . . -
respectfully solicited, and all business entruat-
cd to us will be promptly and carefully attended to
at the lowest rates.
: Taylor & Shepherd, - -.R.L.McGhoe&Co.,
- . ':
LiTermor$ Ceoley & Co., .
', Merchants Generally,
St. Xquw,' 1
HEAL ESTATE AGENCY.
GEORGE CLATE3. . r, , J, W. LEE.
. , , ' . , . .
UJUAiiA til l, iH. T.
James Wright, Uroker, - r .
. U it .
i Wm. A. Woodward, Esq. ;: 1 J r
! linn t v- ! , . r n.:
Wicks, Otic and Brownell, Bankers,
.Aicotta uonon, -
Col. Kibert Camnbell. . -f f St. Louis.
! James Uidgway, Esq. u
Lrawforn and backett - Chicajjo.
S Omaha City, Aug. 30, 1856.' vln!3-ly j
. PALMER HOUSE,
S. BARBOUR, Proprietor.
Corner of Illinois and' Washington Streets.
THIS well-known and popular Hotel, has recently
bjen re-built and greatly enlarged by the addi-
tinn ..I .i.f. n .nnnn 1 I. C I .1. .1
throughout with new and beautiful furniture, and is
j n i.:-.. ir...i m i
will find th) -falmer"aU they can desire for com
fort, laxurr and nleaanre. The tabU will t 11
Cmo. k .nVnUo.! ;). hc v0t
and no pains will be spared to render the stay of
guests botn comiortable and nleasant.
"TRY -THE PALMER HOUSE."
August 3:, 1S56. Tlnl3-ly
V MICHAEL McGliE,
Saddle . and , Harness . Maker,
. East side of Main, bet. Francis and Felix St.,
1 ST. JOSEPH. MO.
TnANKFlTL for past favors, begs leave to rnform
the public, that he has just returned from St.
Louis with as fine an assortment of materials as has
ever been purchased In that market. ' '
Harness, bridle leather, hog, calf, and sheep skins;
' fine goat morocco, and a surpassingly beautiful arti
,fk ... wraPPinS I1! cle of enameled leather of various hues. ; , ,
ITn has v.rvv4riftif
Mexicana and English, 13card's aroi Grim-rteys pat
ent, down to tho common fall-back. lie has or band
and will continue to keep saddlesy saddle-bags, bri
dles, martingales, halters, collars, whips of every
quality, whip-lashes, hamcs, traces, spurs, 4c. Has
also, coach, buggy, Pennsylvania, yankee, cart and
amy names?. .... .... .... . ..
.lie has not now nor "will he keep., any other than
No 1 workmen. and his instructions to them are-neat-
nesi and strength. ' He, therefore, feels no hesitation
jn gajjg that h'j work will seldom ba equaled, no
where surpassed. ... r :.r,. ,,.
As small profits and quick sale, is his motto, he
pieazes nimsclf to sou f considennz tho auautv of
tne article) lower tnan any house west of the.Alle'
Those disposed to suspect him of gassing, have on
ly to call to be assured of their mistake.: . . . ,
St. Joseph, August 30, Tlnl3tf . .
Turniture and Upholstry ,
.:. . Of Great Variety.
' Xi tho Banner Furniture tTare Rooms of . '
IIEATONJ& TRIMBLE. ; '' ,
On Second Street, Sign of the Chair and Jtediieail
large Manufactory Establishment on .Francis street,
and having employed some of the very best workmen
in the Eastern cities we are now determiacd not -to
oui uunu uy n7 .uCr urnuuro juuuuameniia
the Missouri alley in quantity, quality, durability,
cfvlpq 9Lt( TTIO .llnr 8fiVlf (nrkKira in narf Af kaa.
,V. ; i 7 : ,
pou c y ,! ! " vr' t ' , r 1 ,
line, usually kept in a Furniture Wareroom. . We
f say then to all who may want jrood Furniture, cither
ior noiem, panors or oea rooms, give us acauanu ex-
amine our work and prices, and we think you will
leave your money ncro in place of sending it to St
Louis and getting an inferior article set the same
pneo you can get a good one here at. ., . ,, ;
Uur motto is tne cash system, which will enable us
to sell at smaller profits than ours or any othw estab
lishment can do where the credit system is adopted.
N. U, The highest price paid for seasoned Wal
nut and Cherry Lumber. J 1
St. Joseph, Aug 30, yinl3tf ;
'i r, RURAL PUBLICATIONS.
.The Country Gemtleuan is a beautifully illus
trated weekly of lft pages quarto, with special De
partments for the Farm, the Grazier, the Dairy, the
Fruit Garden and Orchard, the Florist, the Kitchen
fi ron th Tr,,.nw;f. th v:,c; i -
I " r
without question, the best Agricultural Paper in the
United States." Hon. John Wextwobtti. M. C of
inmois. 1 nee a year.
I. : Tav Pr-l TTtr l Trva Tnnnffrl t.1 w..M
I . -.w.v-, v,-
L-nriwn tni. T merit v p.n ri tu thiv mnnv.l
tural Journal in this country. Frico 50 cents ner
1HK I LLrSTB ATED AKXTAE, BEOISTKTt OF KntlL
Affairs. The two Nos. issued for 1855 and 1855,
contain more than 250 engravinrs of building, ani
mals, trees fruits, &a. A'xice 2 centa each sent
po?t paid by mail. f-
1 heso works combine attractions to be found in no
similar publications, and the publishers1 will gcn:
specimens of tho papers to all who would like to ex
amine them.' Published at Albany, N. Y., by
xlnlStl v; ! ' Lt TIJLKIt TUCKNER & SON.
; New Hardware Store.
Sign of the Mill Saw.
: J. FLAHERTY,
Importer, Wholesale arid Retail Dealer in
American German, English & French
' HARDWARE 'AND CUTLERY. '
' ;; st. JosErn, 3io. " '
r? NOWreeciving and opening the largest and most
varied arsortmcnt of goods in the above lino ever
oflered in any market west of bt. Louis.
; My stock embraces a full and complete assortment
of Cabinet and Housq Builder's Hardware. Mechan
ic's tools of every description, direct from the moet
approved manufacturers; agricultural and horticul
tural tools and implements, in jrrcat variety, cornbin
ingall tbe recent and useful improvements for the
saving of a vast amount of labor to the farming com
munity, from whom I respectf ally request a careful
examination of this department of my stock. I am
also exclusive agent for the sale of the celebrated
SL Louis Circular MHl and.Cross Cut Saws, which I
will warrant, and fill all, orders at ihe factary prices.
Also a large assortment of Ouns, Rifles and Pistols,
Iron, Steelr Nails, Ac of the best brandsr in a word,
my stock is very complete, whkb, for its quality and
price, I ant detericined to offer yucb inducements as
wijl command a liberal share pf trade from this and
adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies for American Hardware Manufacturers,
together with a long experience in tho general Hard
ware iraae, enables me: not only to defy all competi
tion, but has convinced'mo that the true principle of
trade is cah sales and small profits. ,
"August3(, 1356. vlnltf . .
WM. H. THOMPSON, r, , 1 J. H. TAAKFJ5
" ; TIIOIPSON TAAFFE, ', .
'..'.-.( Successors to Burrows Thompson,)
- And Commission Merchants,-
ITa. 13, Pearl Street,' Ciacianati.
Particular attention will bo given to .order
for Groceries, which will always be executed at current
market prices. . .. v
i f JOHN. P. SAMSELL,
BROWN VILLE, N. T.
INFORMS the public that he i3 now prepnred to
serve them in the above named capacity. Having
had long and extensive experience, he flatters' him
self he can please all who favor him with their pat
aage. Good fits warranted In all case.
. PARTICULAR ATTENTION . 1;
Circa to cuttinj out garments for hom3 makirjsv ;
Browaville, Au. 2:i, 18j0. , yl-nUiy
THE , stock holders of the Nemaha .Bnuga
Company are hereby notifled that it is necessary
to insure- the immediate erection and completion off
said Bridge, that the amount of stock subscribed, be
paid in in full, before 1st, heptember.
t ? Uy order or toe ininm - ,;
Anjn9t 2,1856.-v2-n0-2t JOHN S- MD!.N1CX. 1
. . G. & C. TODD & C0.f -:
'.V, 212, Airrt First or Street, &. Lovh, i
j j VMrOTtTERS AXD MAXCFACTCBEK3 O? ' -
IXCLUDIXa Bolting Cloth?, 31iH Stones, Saws,
Stsreens, Damsel, Slcj : :, '
Also, portable mills, leather and metali-e ruboer-
belts: tho leather is selected in the hioo and UnneiX
witn oalc bars eTprcs?iy tor vtmogf me 1
mented, riveted and stretched by machines, mntil it.
will run straight and even. All work sold warranted.
St. Louis, Aug. Sf, 1858. vl-n!2tf k
f. dings & co., ; ; ; ;
Inporter$ of, and. lYAoleiaU Dealer i
French, German; Biitish & American
'i'-: Fancy Gocits.
HOSIERY, .GLOVES, TOYS, NOTIONS
. Manufacturers of all kinds of Brushes.. .
30 North JIain Street, (Up Stairs,)
ST." LOUIS, MO..r -
HAYING since the first of January, adopted the1.
Exclsive Cash System, we draw the atten
sion of close buyers to the faet that we have revised
our entire stock, and reduced former Credit Price .
from 5 to 29 percent, according to tho nature of th
different articles. - . ' "
Comparison Kespectfully Solicited.
Price List; rany be had on application.
St. Louis, Aug. 13 1S5&. Tl-nI2tf
BROWN & co.;-1 " f V
No. 78, Main Steet, St. Louis; 3Io'
SPUING STOCK COMPLETE. .
The cheapest arid most extensive Fancy
, Goods and Yankee Notions Establish
ment in tbe Western Country, ''
MERCHANTS in searth of cheap gooch are invi-;
tod to examine our stock of silk, dress goods,'
shawls, white goods, Embroideries, ribbons, glovr
and howery, trimmings furnishing goods and small
wares gone ally, together with 15,000 Parasol
of the latest an J most fashionable styles, at manu'
.Cash by ers, close' purchasers, and prompt ncn
will find our stock adapted to their wants in. every
(articular. A call from the traJe Is re?poctful'y
icited.; : . . ' vlclitf . :
August 23, l&oG. , . . f .
X. G. rSATT,
o. w. cntLt,
8. C. JIASSCB,
' St. Louis.
CI11LD, rr.ATT & co.r
Dnicct Importers, Jobbers and Manufacturers'AgentJ
English, irench, Gernrin & American
' Hardware and Cutlery." J
: GUNS, RIFLES, riSTOLSy dre.'&c . '
139 & 141 Main St, cor. .Washington Avenue, .
... STLOUIS, MQ.
i GEO.r C. FERGUSON.
MILLWRIGHT AND ENGINEER
' ! ' tiroatnvilijf:, i. t.
ANOUXCES to the-puWe, that he i prepared'
to erect Steam Saw and Merchant Mills at short
Boticc and reasonable terms. 1-
-,;r ALL WORK WAKKAXraX
He is also Agent fr ' , r
. ; a. b. iioLLimniy & co's.T . .
. . CINCINNATI, . O., ., . "
. LEf& LEAVITT'
av ; illanufactoiTv
;.. CINCINNATI, Cv'; . ; ;
And is prepared to receive and fill orders for any ma
chinery unnufaettred er kept oa hand, by these establishments-.
' , ;i '. . . - , ,
Letters of enquiry, promi)tly answered
V " REFFEREXCESV ' '
Noef, Lake & Co., Brownville, ?f. T, Steam MiH:
Nuckolls & White, liockport, Mo. : . . ; :
James Lowe, Linden, " fc
yln3ly. . Brownville, June 2t, ISoff.
1LOOK OUTI . ; ..
AIX person are hereby forwarncd Iron buying
the South .West faurth of Section 23, To wnahip
6, North ltagse 15, East of tho sixth Principal JTcri
dian, in Nemaha county, N. T now occapiod bv
Thos. IicdJy; as I have a right to said claim that li
imputable. ' ' . J3. C. THOMPSON.
Drownville, July 5th, 1S3G ; vl-nitf.
Pirst Come, Pirst Served,
ONE HUNDRED TOWN LOTS ;
Donated to actual settlers, in the best town
site oa the Jllssonri river, Nemaha
City. Nemaha County-.. .
NEMAHA CITY, is situated at, the junction of tie
Little Nemaha and Missouri rivers, ia. t2e moat
thickly settled and improved purt of the neintiha Yal- .
ley, being the centre of the coanty, en-th river, 72
miles abovo St. Jos?ph, and 65 mi lea below Council
l.iuffs, and oa the Mage thoroughfare from Iowa to
Kansas. The town site is beautifully located on an
elovation of 32 feet above low water mark, on a level
plain, roiling enougn ior drainage, but wt a hill oa
the town site no unnecessary expends for grading
Lots or streets. , A beautiful Public SrBMT,5t5 feet .
by 352. Two streets 100 feet wide, crosig each
other at right angle, in the centre of tha town; all
other streets are 80 feet wide: Lots 41 by 150 feet,
with a sixteen foot slley.' A Ferry is in operation at
this point, the rood from wbkn intersect the hlaX
City rood through Missouri.. A permanent Landing,
a Saw and Grist Mill now ii operation, and a Steam
Sawmill to be in operation by Jst September next. It
is immediately on the Territorial ICnad from Hrown
ville to Archer, where it intersects tho Territorial
Uoad from Oregon, Jloto Fort Kearney; a Poet Office
a weekly mail, building material, Timber, Stone and
Stonecoal in abundance. The Proprietors pledge
themselves to donate 100 lot In the towa to actual
settlers, who will erect on a. lot, tlicy may select, a
respectable building, within a reasonable time, to be
agreed upon. ." , .
For particulars address eitLer the Secretary or Pres
ident, at Nemaha City. Nemaha coilnty, N. T.
- ' i jmM HOOVER, Prtst. :
. E.M.McCOMAS.Soc'v. r - ,.
" , Nemaha City, N. T. Aug. 9, 135(T. yl'-nl Otf
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