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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1856)
On Tuesday of this week, a son cf
Jackson, ol Lass county, was
turned to death by a prairie fire.
It seems that the fire was ceding
very near to the dwelling of Mr. J ack-
Fen. and that while he was cut h" ..tins; c
it, the children became alarmc and
endeavored to run away from it. s
The boy -who was enly seven or
ci:ht vears old was soon overtaken
by the flames and burned to a very
-We he no that the law imposing
1111 V, V
upon those reckless persons .who fire
the prairies may soon be' enforced.
.The amount cf property dcstroyecLin
Nebraska by these fires this .year is
very great, no one can' estimate .the
damaeno cue can restore to life even
by them. Nebraska' NcicfJ
Shot Himself. The body cf Wo.
th, formerly a resident of this City,
was fcuna-on fcunday last, about cne
and a half miles from town. - A rifle
ball had pierced his breast and it is
supposed he must have bled to death
within half' an hour from the time1 he
Mr Smith'-left home on a hunting
-expedition and it is believed that he
hot himself accidentally. lb. ;
Mr. Brunnell, of London, is building
a steamer for the Pacific trade, which,
according to the Albany Evening Jour
nal, when finished will distance any
thing that fioats. " She is .222 yards
long. She is to have ten engines and
even masts, and is large enough to
carry 4,000 passengers... '
Her steam engines are to weigh the
'anchor, work the--pumps; and raise
the fails' A telegraph wife tuns from
the Captain's !rooni to the engineer,
And another. to the-' helmsman. The
cabins and staterooms arc to be lighted
'with gas made on. board. Bat at the
masthead she is to carry- an Electrical
Liht visible fifteen miles, and casting
a -moonlight Tadience on the sea -forj
half a mile rouncLFr life-boats, she
is, to carry a; couple -of screw .stcarn
boat's ninety feet long, and a. small
fleet of yawls and jolly boats. - She is
expected to go round the world' with'
. 43ut being obliged to stop once for coal.-
Tnrcmrcn kipzscs m iovs again.
' Xe quote' from one of 'MalakofTs"
letters to " the X.-Y. Times the follow-
. Paris, Thursday, Aug. 28,1856.
THE EMPEROR AND. THE COrNTESs'CAS-
TIGLIONNE. ' - .ii'-
The- Court - bulletin this weet ?is
limited to an item of scandal which I
should hesitate to give you if it were
not in almost every one's mouth I meet.
Never until lately ' has the Emperor
left the Empress alone for more than
.a day or two at'a time- His prolonged
stay at Ploinbieres, and a return which
he is about to1 mate to Paris,' alone,
Las not escaped the attention' of those
.who seet the motive of these vovages.
A' belle Italianthe Countess Castigli-
onne, a lady who made a sensation
last winter at Court, has according to
the' reports in 'circulation, made such
an impression on his Majesty that he
forgot all else to fly to her presence.
However this may be, it is . no doubt
' true that tho Emperor does pay marked
attention to the belle Countess, and
that - all at once he seems to have
. changed his mind about; the necessity
, of constantly remaining with the Era-
Fess' f. . .... - .
Tho emigration fever, which has
subsided ' in- tho' last' two 'cars, Jin
Switzerland as well as in Germany,' has
this year received a new impulse from
.the favorable accounts received from
the -United S'ates. ; A considerable
Rumbcr of Swiss emigrants, mainly
from the western cantons, have started
for Iowa, Illinois, and "Wisconsin since
spring. - Quite a number .of colonies
from the French cantons have located
themselves in Algiers, where they have
enjoyed the especial protection of the
government ofucial, and are said to
bo well pleased with thejr new home
Societies are also on the eve of de
parturc to found colonies in the Cen
tral American States, especially in
Honduras, and Costa Rica, the latter
scheme being, according to rumor.
under the auspices of Mr. Squire.
Destructive Fihe in St. Louis.-
'About half-past twelve o'clock last
night a fire broke out in the Eastern,
half cf the block between Fine and
Olive streets, on tho Western side of
Third street, , and before the fames
could be . arrested several buildings
were destroyed, the principal of which
was the Bartling House. It is estimated
that $00,000 worth 'of property was
destroyed. Evening Xeits, Sept. 22d.
. Tho Eastern fisheries this season
premise to be very successful, both the
ccd and mackerel. The early arrivals
from Labrador have been so, and they
report an ubundance cf fish. The same
is said tote true from the banks.
Vessels arrived at Marblehead, Mass.,
and other points, enaed in the banks
fishing, have found fish of the largest
:ze, and are arriving with full fares.
Wheeling, Sept. 18.
The Tirginia Republican State Con
vention was held here to-day and the
Fremont, Electoral Ticket was nominated.-
There was no disturbance.
VThcn you pay a visit, and there is
ell of fried cnions steaminffin the
hall, you may be sure lliere is no one
From tLe Platte Argus Extra.
mmD coxriAGLATios 'ur wrsion .
Fifty Thousand XhUars worth cf Pro-
: pcrly n as tr$ I
Abo at aie olock tl
iizen? were r rouscc
v cf "'fire," a: d assc
t .iue tl..3 to .1, d
five stcry brick wcrehouse cf L. Burns
& Brothers, and all the buildings known
as "Bell's Buildings," occupied mainly
by Tutt k Baker, "Grocery merchants.
-- The fireoriliiate'l-iri 1 1 :e warehouse
jot Messrs., Burns Sz,r Brothers, urA it
containing ra -large ' lotf heap .and
merchandize, - was scon
extending rapidly, to, the store
ssrs. Tutt 'f: Baker, which , was
consumed. Superhuman excrt.pns
prevented the' ' iirb ' from . crossing on
Market street to Belt, Coleman & Co.,
but so imminent was the danger: that
B. C. & Co.' and-T.' E. : "Warner were
forced to remove ail their "goods'.
Messrs.' Tutt & Baker saved 1 a large
portion of 'their"-fmcy. groceries, but
the bulk: of - their slock of 'staples' yas
destroyed. '. : V ' 1 '! vi
-' Too much credit, can' scarcely be
given to Mayor "Wcod A. TT; Owens,
Jos. B. Evens A.-Desdert.n). P.
Wallingford, - Joseph ' Murphy 1 and
hundreds of :otheri,1 for their effective
and extraordinary labors, in staving
the progress of the devouring element;
If the fire had crossed the street,' the
loss would : have to ; be estimated 'by
hundreds of thdusonds', as it is the loss
is about as 'follows:. ! r ' ; ' ,!;J
L. Burns & Bros.! warehouse,- hemp,
and merchandise, 1 $15,000:" W.'; H.
Bell; houses, 10,000:' Tutt Baker,
stock, $10,000;; T. F. TTarnen grocer
ies in warehouse, $3,000;' J ; S. Mitchell
k Co., sugar, ' $1,0D0; T. F." Warner,
damage on merchandise, 5,000;-Belt,
C. & Co., damas;e"on" -merchandise,
$5,000. Total, $49,0007-;
The above is, no dou'ii low '.'esti
mate Bullies & Brof are insured to
two-thirds of theyvaluo of the house.
Mr. Bell, we -Jeara is - insured. - The
The whole is -the wort; of soinc.de
moniaocendiary ivhd; ?had ; either
malieo against the owners ot the pro
perty or against the town in general.
Wc hope steps will ie' taken to place
into eiTectivo operation, anight police,
a3 iponJit will depend our'only security
in the future. - ! :; ' i ;r v:..
i .:. ssocma CAiAinrY.3 -' :':
' Lake IIoc'se Ferry Boat Capsized
Twelve on Fifteen men drowned
ItoE BoDiESr R?:coATEREi.:Shortly
t-efore ' 7 - o'clock yesterday 1 morning
the hoat in-use at' the 'Lake House
Ferry, capsized while . crossmg from
the North to the South Division, and
crowded with passengers. .They were
all men, and mostly lahorcrs hastening
to their wort.';; Many, of, them saved
themselves, "by swininiinir, or were
picked upTby boats Quickly reaching
he spot, but still many were drowned,
and conjecture was left free' to imagine
iow sweeping had boon the catastroph e,
:' The boat was hot the one which ha:i
been in use ijt'thc Light Rouse for tlie
ast two years., lhat was taken away
Thursday night. for ; repair, and the
substitute was the old llat scow ferry
boat kept .funning ;ht Wells "street
bridge7 "while the new structure;' was
being built. ;Tt is scarcely- more fit
for a. ferry than a sieve' 13 for ai dnnk
iug cup, and. the only wander ' is that
some ' similar ; -catastrophe ' dill not
occur Avliilc it was 'in use at' Wells'
street! The testimony of Driscol.- the f
ferryman in -charge or.tliCbpatKo;vs; j
that, it--was utterly umvortliv . to bei
irufcicu amiu iiuina.il, uvea at so Jircat a
thoroughfare as Rush street at "present.
, Asfor the jcsponsihnityTof ..the oc
currence is concerned.'it seems that it
I . - la -J , ,
must Test upon those on the hoat, or
sucn oi tnem as msistea upou crossing
tthen they did, without' the' ass-stance
of; the ferryman in charge' and against
his injunctions. Still it U probable
that most,'if not all of them, suppos
ed they were upon the usual beat,
which would convey as many is 'could
crowdupon it, as it is made of two
boats joined together and decked over.
Chicago Bern.. Press.' ; . J " .
- LAND "V7AHEANTS. .. ' ";r
The Washington Stor cf the 15th
says: . :: ' .:' : ': " -.'' 'i .
Land Warrants have been in better
demand for the past week.' The supply
is limited, but quite equnl to the wants
of dealers. 1 We are advised of larger
quantities 'of- warrants being- held
throughout the country, limited at 1
per acre, which must iiave! the. effect,
together with the ' falling off in the
issue in the Pension OSiee, to lessen
the supply. The whole nnmt er of Land
Warrants ' issued from the Tension
Office under the act' of March 3,1855,
is 165,901. It wilMake 10,527,940
acres of land to satisfy these warrants.
About 2-15,000 claims have been pre
sented under thisact,-185,000 examin
ed, leaving about 000,000 to be acted
upon, of this number 10,000 or 15,000
will be rejected. . The.' supply r for the
present therefore, cannot be equal to
last year, and should the demand be
as heretofore, on the restoration of
the lands in the West, prices must ad
vance. ' V ' ' -1C0
acre war., per acre, 0 95a 0 96
Mrs. Trollop e, nho i3 now living at
Florence in indifferent health and at
an advanced, age, h. bringing out
another novel cf ' English society,
"Fashionable Life, or Faris and London."
ST. LOUIS, 110.
XtJL Frames, ('.orders in V
atnes.t'.ealers in F ... i.ling?, Engrav
A . L rikiE!?-r ' Plates of eve:
i a:: r atterr a 11 1 best manner,
lii; ; Cards, . j., t Ined and Y
.t $ 't notiev.
od, "u'alnut ;.
id c l.er fancy t -od Picture
WhoToRf'lft nnrl llpffiil flohirnksion
House, Omaha and Fonteiiellc")
TS now receiving for sale, a larqje assortment cf the
1 latest styles UEDTEADS, ic " "
Also Lcavitts' Corn "lills, adapted for grinding
rictl or h'oria feed t't Verses. ' ' '.
Also, a lare lot of Ia'.f-bul6l Measure!?, statopd.
Jlorchants supplied on Tvb.-,jeyale tgrmg.
J. T. BOWD1U. ' B- E. C.IKS.
r' -BOWn ALL, ' CAItR & .'CO.', T f
Engine and LSnchins I.Ianufactcry.
.- Corner SccouJ nnd Jlorgnn Streets..
: sr. louis, mo.; ;. ''7
- rATUFACTLTvERS of Steam Er-incs end Boll
ix JL ers, Svsvand Gri;.t Mill Machinery, Tobacco
Screws aEd Prosse?, Lard Kettles, Lard. Screw's and
Crlindcrs, Wool Carding Machines, Young's Patent
Smut Machine:?, Building Casting, Ac... . . -
Tif"Agent3 for tho sale of James Smith i Co.'l
Superior MACHINE CARDS. ' , . , ;
: YOUNG'S PATENT SMUT MACHINE.- Well
tried, always 8acct-f?iful, fully Guarantied. . Manu
factured and for Jala by . '.
. ; ) - DOWA CATIR, iCO., ,
' Washington Foundry, St r r'-, Mo.
1 . ..'Clotlaiii
WM. R MAKT1X.) -i o rr
St. Louis.' "
1 Jvew lork.' ) JUJ I
MARTIN & BROTHER: -;
THE OLfr OIilGIXAL' CLOTIIIEIiS,
No. 114 A2TD TS6. 1 HALT ET2.EET, r.,
: ; vitST. LOUIS, HO. '
FOU the approaching spring, we will have a TRE-!
MEXDOUS STOCK OF CLOTniXG,niacufac
tn red by ourselves in Xcw- York expressly for this
market.-; .'r' '; " ' 'T '-'-i':
In point of ST TLE, -QUALITY and, PRICE, we
defy any and all competition! We have. marked
down our prica very low, as wo intend selling to hone
but , . ': ; , ' - M" -"'
CASH AND PROMPT 3IEX.1 . !r
' To such we would ak a thorough examination of
our Stock before purchasing. ; ; ' -
l-5t .. MARTIN & BRO.
185G. SPRING SALES. : 185G.
low pkices'to cash and rnoairr timis eutebs.' ;
- i JOHN; HALS ALL, ? '
, WHOLESALE. AXO, KETAIIj bi
I ; AN1). 13LANIC BOOK MANUFACTURERS'. ! '
r,r ., :;v:3Tfc 123Kaii, St. Louis, llo. ' '
HAS for sale all the Spelling btoks; Ccographies,
Readers: llistoriries; Chemistries; Dictionaries;
Arithmetics; Philosophies, dc, tow in use together
with a largo stoikof Law, Mcdic&lnnd misc'ellaneous
books forming the most; complete assortment .ta bo
found in tho city. Also, Writing paper,, and.Foreiga
and , Domestic; Htationary, of. tho finest .quality,
country merchants and others should not .fail to call
at No. 120 Main st. " .' '.' ;"'"
M. W. BIDES, - J. I). .WHITE.- .,
' ItlDEK '& WHITE,;;
i NEBRASKA CITY, N. T. ; -. '
HAVING made arrangements by which wo will
receive accurate copies of .all the Townships
embraced in tho Eastern portion of Nebraska, we
aro now prepared to offer our services to CTa
"SQUATTERS OF THE TEHRITTORY,"
7In Tiling. Declaratory Statements of -
Iutentio a to Pre-empt.. Securing ' .
!- -; Pre-emption?, Iiocating1 Land
... . 'i . Warrauts anl is-; ;
X.;. . ENTERING LAND. :
tLvND AVARRANTS BOUGHT & SOLD.
' f T' Land Entered, on Time, &c, r
Particular attention paid 'to Iluying and Selling
Property on commission: Also, to Jnaking Collections
and forwarding Remittances to any part of the Union.
Ulanks of all kinds alwavs on hand.
-j r . I---. .... 'KIDEN & WHITE. '
I REFERENCES. "A. : . !:.
, Ii-n. A. A. Bradford, ,"
S. F. Nuckolls,
? Messrs; Dolman A Vcsl,
, Peter A. Kellerj : .
- June 28, 18S-?,-. Tl-nl
. Nebraska City. . .
St. Joseph, Mo.,'. .
" New York.
E. G. PRATT.
O. W. CHILD,
e. w. fox;
8. C. MAXSCR,
: ... CHILD, TRATT. & CO.,
Direct Importers, Jobbers and Manufacturers' Agints
English, French, German & American
Hardware and Cutlery.
fiUN'S. RIFLES T'TSTDLS '
13a & Hi Ma'nSt, cor. Washington Avenue,
i . : . cnurmno urA -
try1 . uot&l9
' OREGON, MO.
ROE'Tj. L. IIATTEN, Proprietor.-
i ' - . I i - ..
No pains or expense will be spared by the subscri
ber, to make bis "nests comfortable in every respect,
at this well known and bigbly reputable House. . .
The very be.t uttention given to animals by a
good ani attentive ilostler.-
vl-nl KOUEKT lu liA-iAiiJ.
7 : e; estabho dK, :
. ;; TJNTTE1) STATE3 ' : . -1.
i s t r i g t A 1 1 orncy,
OMAHA CITY, X. T.
attondanca officially upop all
1 tho terms of tho District and Supreme Court of
the Territory, tenders bis l'rotesional services to sucn
as need tbeni. lie flatters himself that bis facilities
for gaining a knowledge of tnc practico in eaen iis
triet, will enable him to give satisfaction to such as
entrust their ousiness 10 nm c-uru.
Omaha City. Juno i. lbco. --
; L. FORSYTH & CO.
And Freight. Agents,
OF THE -. .
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
' Io. 3, Olive fUreet, St. Louis, Mo.. ,
A. ilUDD, O. L.
J. J. MCDD.
H. T. MUDD, : S. O. GBCBB...
' MUDD & HUGHES.
PRODUCE i COMMISSION
o. S3 Levea and Gt3 Commercial Street
: ; ST. LOUIS, Ma !
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
And Solicitor in Chancery.
. Sidset, Fezsioxt Couim-Iowa, i
Office in the Court House, up stairs. : ;
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
Ko. 183 Vine St., bet. Tourta and Fifth.'
CINCINNATI, O. .
C. T. O'DRISCOLL &, CO.
Tanufacturcrs and dealers in News, Book and Job
ie., f e.
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
o. r. si as ox.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
And General Land Agents,
NEBRASKA CITY, X. T.
"T 7DLL promptly attend to LanI Asencies. coll;c
T "ens. investing money, locating and selling
lana warrants, and all other business rTbiinino tn
! their profesjion, in Xclrasta Territory etd Western
SA31UEL SFEXCEIl & CO.,
;hty-Two North Fourth Street, Near "Locust.
If J. lypc, Printing Tresses, Cases, Gallics, Ac, Ac.
Inks, and Printirg Materiil of Every Description.
STEREOTYPING cf all kind-Books, Music,
Patent Medicine Directions. Jobs, Wood EnTevin
o - ' O J
uv A Jlii w
SCAERITT & MASON.
.' . DEALERS AND
No. 40 and 42 Wash: 3ion Aven;. , S
TTAVING enmv.lete 1 our arranj-e-r.Pr.
; for a
XX stock of Goods in oar line, a
1 hi "rg the bos
assortment in the V off. v t ike
ke r-' aius in cl.'.na.
to purchasers both JVI - j Ll. Ll. l .:d 1 -1 A 1 . . :
JIOOO Bedsteads, C ) doz?n r.ood ;ei.t Laa,..
1000 Bursans, . . " cune seas do,
1.500 Dining TaWes, 100 do rwking - do,
"500 Breakf.ist do, 100 do children do,
200 Work Standi, . . 500 tin safes,
200 Wash do. 200 Cribs, assorted sizes,
inn WAi-flrnW- 200 Loung
irni t;t t i':?n.cpa..- 100 doz. Rush an
; KT'Td-rliich -BTflndd rcahogany nnl-svalnut. par
lor and rocking C&irs, Sofa3,:centro, suleacd exten
sion Tables; Secretaries and Book Cases.
Upholstery in groat Tariety, saeh a3 spring, hair,
co'. ton, moss and husk Matresjes, Comforts, Spreads,
ami Blankets, f ' ' ? s . , '
Our work is all 'Warranto 1 as. r?presenteJ-onr
Prices as Low as the Lowest. -
- Orders promptly and faithfully executed-and re
spectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Please call and satisfy yourselves t ,
St. Louis, July 23. 1S53. vla3-0;a
Improved Little Giant
CORN & COB - PLAKTATIOX MILL
. 2?rlco 2rS.OClX3.COCl.
rTTTT? .nUriiwr hn Turehased exclusive right of
positive manner. ; . .
- It is now more than a y.r
V,".tj introduced to the public
rii,.' which t
bM been constantly growing in tlo i.or ular i
The improvements recently effected and ateiuo !,
makes it the moss, jKrlect' machine ever oflered for
general farm cse,r it is fnrnhbed ready for attachics
team, nd weighs aP follows: No. 1, 22b Nc. 2,.33U,
No. 3400, No. if 6'li pounds. ; Twenty minatcs arc
suffisient to set ona op, without mechanical aid, and
when once adjusted, it can with safety be cntrustsd
to a boy. - FulU-direction3 accompany each Mill.;
No 1, $35, will .rind 8bu meal per hour with 1 horse,
No2 V'" 10 " U '
No3 -50, u 15 u--- 1. " -
No 4 CO, " " 20 " " r " t 2 "
j CT Liberal dhicount to dealers. . " , ! ' 1
.... . . :,-..! -.JAMES B. CllADWICK, U,
' -! '. ' - .No. t:i Locust street, bet. 2d and 3d r.
i June 23, 1850. .vl-n4 ; ' - St. Lou in, .Mo
E.A. WUITKEDGE. . KJ. J. SI "KINNEY.
' MRS. E. A. WIIITKIDGli & CO.
. " :' JIASf FACTrBKKS OP '
Masonic Clothing and Odd Felloe
Also Eegalia for Tcmperance'and other Saciaties,
i CINCINNATI, 0.r::r-
' ' M.VSOX3., ' . References, -odd fellows.
W;TJ.T)odds,GMpf Ohio O. P. Morton, P O il Tnd.
O. Mfcnrl EdMasonidRev: Turner A Gray, pub Casket
F. J. Phillips, H.F. City W. G.Ncilson, P G M Ohio
" Tha Editor of the 'Advertiser will have, specimens
fcf Resnlw'from the above Manufactory, and rccierc.
orders from Lodges or private member for Jvcalia
.August 2, 1853, r;v!,-n3tf , '. ,. .,: . ;.: .
" ' ' ' " J PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, ,". . . .
French and American Yindow. Claim tf GlasKarct
;' ' Snlces, Indigo, Ifaddtr, Perj,imsric9 ;. ,
-: 1 Vs P II IN Gr TOOK P
;C?HAIlLE33f BLOW .CO.
V 1 ; mTOE7ESS i WHOLESALE DEALEE3. . ! l'i J "-
I Ko. 66fcnde7;Kain$treet, St. Louis, 'Ho.
' Aronowin receipt of their new Stock, embracing
cvory thing in their line. r. , ! r
tirMerehant3 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 any House in tha
United States. ; .. "
. i r .' ( - r - ; - : ' ' r 1 "i 1
it. WIIITTEMOBK 'lU B. WHITTKMOUB.- J. F. CASTER
;if. & K. B. WJIITTEMOr.E & CO.,
. Wholesale Deahrt in' '
I BONNETS AND STRAW GOODS.
" - NO. 143 MAIN STURET, ;
(First doorabove the Bank of Missouri.) . '
J7Cash paid for Furs and Deer Skins. ": '
X. C. FOKD, " L. L. EOWEX.
. - ' rOHl Ai BOWEN,
Attorneys J and Counsellors at Xaw.
COUNCIL' BLUFFS, IOWA. , ......
Oflice at the comer of Droidway an! Madison
streets; up stairs. . . '
W. P. LOAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
LAND AND LOT AGENT.
ARCHER, RICHARDSONr,COUXTT, K; T
" i -
cuaei.es west.;'.. ; ,;,.Jf. J. m'asucn?.
: ' TV EST. & McASIIEN,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
Grocers and Steamboat Agents,
1 - Conief, Second and Francis Streets, ; .
-' ' (Opposite A. Beatie's Danking House.)
AN assortment of Boat . Stores, Groceries, Wines.
LiquorSj ileal, I'lour, Ac., kept constantly on
hand. . " July 23, 1S53,' vl-n3
NO BOOKS KEPT!! ALL CASE!!!
' A. HOLLVDAYj
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS:: '
Brus mul Medlciecs
Main Street, Brownville, IT..T.
. . . . . ' . - i ; , i . . . .
THE undersigned respectfully beg.s leave to inform
the public, that ho has now on band a complete
assortment of everything, usually kept in Drug
Stores, which he offers for sale, Exclusively on a
New System of " -
CASH AND CASH ONLY! .
1 It will be entirely foreign to this beautiful system,
to "liook," "keep account." "note" or 'remember for
a few days." Coma with tho "Spondulicks" if
you want anytning in tne Drng line.
Prescriptions Compouaded at all Honrs with
- Accuracy ani Dispatch, :.
Remember the system I have adopted, and my
pocket and your feelings will not suffer. Credit will
pottiivdy not be given, unless under circumstances cf
peculiar destitution. ; -
July 12, lS56.-vl-n()tf " A. S. IIOLLADAY.
-TOTICEf is herebr
1 1 heretofore existing: under the namo and strie of
urown, nogers & uo was, on the L'Oth day of X cbru
ary, A. D 1S53, dissolved.
. . ' ; .-j B. BKOWN, " - : j-
, : , .S.E.ROGERS, ..
' . . .' , ..' ' B. 11. FliAZER,'
-: ' IIEXRY EMERSON;
July23,lSoo..yl.D3 IL W. LAKE A EllO.
7 JOHN P. SAMSELL,
" f LATH OP B0STQS
BROWNVILLE, IT. T.
I2TFOR1I3 the public that he is now prepared to
serve them in the above named capacity. Hivin
uaa ion.5 ana extensivu experience, ho flatters him
self ho can please all who favor him with their pat
rename. Good fits warranted in all cases. ;
PARTICULAR ATTENTION "
Given to cutting out garments for home making
Brownviile, Aug. 2J, 1855. vl-nfi!ly
Land Office at BroAvnvilJe.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to us, are
hereby notified that th cir accounts are due, and must
"umeuiaieiy, Dy ote or Cash: 33 asettlc
.. , uuir, murucr toconiinue our business
. u.U.&J. V. THOMPSON.
Brownville, August 1st, 1S5G.
D. II. SOLOJION,
Attorney jind Counsellor at Law.
GLEN WOOD, IOWA.
V ill practice ia tho Sixth and Seventh Judicial
uisincr; oi iowa.
JL Territory in the N est, ot tne aoove cueouitcu
Mills, and is prepared to lurniih tbcraat ail times,
cither 'holesalo or retail, and gunrant 1 in the cjost
( .n--"i e ink
rront Strest, near Etea'aco-it, laniicj,
LROWNVILLE, N. T.
:! rtM r.l is r vr.rc wo-1 1
date : '.I who may f.w r him vua . ,( ir p..
A ne ad ' ' ion has en bu.. to t: Louse,
::.., . . P:i- :tur and T-: .w.:g, -
. raiv-tuieius now r.re sucn as to renatr wuuau
1 equal to any in tha Territory. -
Brownville, July 5, 1855. yl-c5tf
;u. J -. - v. , . it
W. II. WILLIAMS,
trTTDt.FHALB AXD KETAIL PKALETl I
STOVES & ' TINWARE
" t- -
rTUKES pleasuro in announcing the citizens of Or
I gun and the public in general, that he has on
hand the most extensive stock of htoves ana 1.1.1
this market. If ftock of lin-
ware'is of my own manufacture and is for sal a. at
Wholesale and Ketall at St. J-ouis pne-s.
1! nnrtidular attention to my ttocs cf
CUUtLlU 51U ii-a, comprising mo uiu iupy"
. . . - . . ...... . . . ih a A. ! rv - irn.'l )
patterns both Air-Tight ana rummm. aw.,s
may De lounaiuiiy s v.oaivv!,
in use, the AsiatiQ Air-iiat, x luact-i
Of various Sizes and Patterns, which I will
SELL LOTITHAN ANY nOUSE IN ;TOTrN.
Particular attention "paid lo' making and putting
up Tin Gutters, in the town and ccunt-y. Alo, re
pairing dona on shcrt notice ar d on n.-as-jnablc term'.
Old copper, Brais and Pewter taker ia exchange
for work or ware. . Yir.- W. AVII J.IAMS,
Tl-n5 t , . .... , Oregon, Mo.; July 5, 1856.
rortTXTnior-" vsir xroLs-YToiTth. of Goods
et a Bnall advasca cn cc3t and carriasra ty
: ..- uociiroirr, rio.,
IIE.li:.IIJ LANDING, JIO.
WE HAVE in store, and are receir;' 'r.cr Steam
ers Hannibal, Warner, Edinbur0 ud Omaha,
a lar?e and well assorted stock of
Dry GoodsJ ' ' : "
Clothing, i..: i ','-.
'- Eoot3 & Shoes,
.i Hat3 A Caps,
I ,' j Cutlery, .
' v '. Paints, ,
"Bonnets, ' I
. - Medicine?,' '. '
; .. Prn?s, - ' !
j -:! t -: t; Saddlery,
.-..!. 'i Grocaries,
j , Castings
Sash, ... j Nails,
' ' Iron
CARFENTERS A BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS, AC.
All of which we offer at very low prices for Cash or
Country Produce. ." : ' '- '
TS0 HU2IBITG! 7e wiU sell at S0IIE PSICS ! !
..-- ,.-. . ' ? ! .- DILLON & nAWK.
P. S,, Indies, if yoaharen'tgotaCne Silk Dress,
Shawl or Bonnet, don't blame Dillox A Hawk, for
wo certainly have tho best assortment or tancy ircss
Goods ever oflered in this market. No trouble to
how Goods. -. vl-c ' .'; : . D. AII.
- :; charter oak; -, r-
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY f
Hartford, Ctl-- v V 'Capital 5200,000
With largo and increasing receipts securely invested
under tho sanction and approvaL of the Comptroller
of 1'ublie Accounts. -c
.!:-;.. S-;1 OFFICERS.
ALFRED GILL, TVes W JOHN- U BUNCE, V. P,
JAMES C. WALKLEY Secretary.
Alfred Gill. John L. Bunce, Wm. R. Cone, Ja?. G
Bollen. John A. Butler,? Noah' Wheaton, N; Hollis
. iot, SaniT Coit, DanT Bhillipe C. N. nmphrcy.; .
, - .. .:..BOABD OF-FINANCE. t
Geo. Beach, Esq., President of Phoenix Bank
D. F. Robinson, Esq., Hartford-" ':' '
Hon, Isaac Toucey, late Attorney Gcneral.U. S.
;. Applications for insurance received by ' 1
. fl .., r ; R. W. FURNAS, Agent.
' DR. A. S. HOLLIDAY, Med. Ex.
. ; -GEO., P LUCKIIAKDT,
" . iXnd , T owoller, ,
i OREGON, HOLT COUNTY, MO.
TAKES tLe liberty to inform the citizens of
Brownville and vicinity, that he has opened a
WATCH, CLOCK JEWELRY STOIIE
In Oregon, Holt connty,Mo., where he will keep con
stantly on hand, and for sale, a good assortment of
Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which
bo will sell extremely low, for CASH. Also, a fine
lot of Violins, Accordeons, Silver, and Plated Sjec
tacles, Gold Pens with Gold and Silver extension
cases, Silver Thimbles, Ac., Ac : ; r. ,'
He is propared to repair Watches, Clocks and Jew"
elry, of every description, in the best manner and
on vhe most reasonable terras. ,
r Every article bought in his establishment, is war
ranted to bo what it is represented to be. Watch re
quiring warranted for one year.. '
July 20, lSj5. vl-nStf .
i : UNITED STATES '
GIVE every possible facility fur the safe and
speedy transmission of -' -
OJIoney, Valuable Packases. Parcels.
., Cloods, and Merchandize
Of every description, on reasonable terms.
I'Rixcu'AL umcE3 ew lork, Buffalo, Cincin
nati, Toledo, Chicago, Dayton, lndianopolis, and all
the smaller towns on Railroads in tho Eastern, Mid
dle and Western States, connecting at St. Louis with
Uwhardson'a Missouri Rivor Express. II. KIFP. , ;
wuiy j, iSjo.-vi-n5 tieneral superintendent.
Wholesale Paper '"Warehouse.
JiK V J). IJU, WARKEX A CO.,
WHOLESALE Dealers in Papers of Bvery des
cription: ir ' ,
Printing, Folio rost, -
- - Book Paper, . ' Flat Caj), ' -
. Wrapping, - Foolscaj.
. ' ' ' Manilas, Letter & Note, -
' " Colored Papers. Medium A Deniv's. "
of tho very best Eastern and Western Manufacture,
aLd for sale at very low prices. ,
li ynsa lor Ivas and Hope, -
; : - BiiADNEU, WARREN & CO., '
' . i No. 12, La Salle streer.
- Chicago, June. 2Sth. 1856. " vl-n i
U. P. BEXXETT, ; J. 8. MOUTOX, B.H. HARDING
BEXXET, 3IORTON & HARDING.
Nebraska City, N.T., and Glenwood, Ia.
WILL practice in all the Courts of Nebraska and
Western Iowa. Particular attention ai.l tn
obtaining, locating Land Warrants, and collection of
Hon. Lewis Cass, Detroit. ) ,,.
Julius D. Morton. " f hS
Gov. Joel A. Matteson, Springfield, 111; '
Gov.' J. W. Grimes, Iowa City, Iowa; .
B. P. Fifiled, St. Louis, Mo.;
Hon. Daniel O. Morton, Toledo, Ohio;
P. A. Sarpy, Bellevae, Nebraska;
Sedirewich. A Walker. Chicasro. Ill:
Green. Weare A Benton. Council Bluffs, To
CHAIILES B. SMITH.
:f.AJNU JNUlAllY PUBLIC.
:. OMAHA CITY, X. T.
OSco in State Honar.
TTTILL give particular attention to orders and cr,m
T n-.issions frpm abroad, and to the supervision of
iu; iiie oi iois ana luims in Nebraska Territory.
ilOJf. JE3SED. BRianT. Washington. D. C,
Joitn Van Bckem, New York City.
Edwix Crosttell, ' .
JIirkW.Izzard, Gov. of Nebraska.
1. B. Ccmixo. Rw. u
Greexe,Weake A Bextos, Council BluTs. Iowa.
tl. p. jonxsoy. j. p. cassadt. : . r. test
JOHNSON, CASS AD Y & TEST.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
And General Land Agent?,
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
VyiLL promptly attend to Land Agencies, In
t vesunz Jionev. Ijocat.in n,l m; tj
arrnnts, and all other business pertainin; to their
profession, in V estern Iowa and Nebraska '
COUNCIL BLUFFS PACKET.
I . . f r,,' ""11Jl-1 Mi?yjA, inrocKmor
K7, c.5t r' w m ""egnlarly during the season
u-nn;i:aoi.JiOauna I nnnr 1 i.ffj TT..
hope by regularly and strict attention to business to
a ouaic ui me puono patronajre.
J. THROCKMORTON, Master.
J.E. GORMAN, Clerk.
N"T"'Cito tho Traveler.? Publk, tat t. : "
1 .VrcM '1 it'a every facility accH .; - ;
y.jscun nvcr. ... b--. , t.
int cn tha up?'.-r
:m 1 if. err. i'
- to i -I .l-ia, ui wv. . fe
- t ) tru;s at pui'ut.
F erprr t- ! irses, mules or oxen i v. j,
eaJli"irivi.lual rat of horses males or ox n
" horse cr nui;J ana bu-,
led h i.xso or aule,
loose caUle per head,
sheep and ho-3 per head,
ct.cf fit'i'.t, ... ... .. . . -
"' "'" M feet of lur.ucr,
'. " . usload -..I rrn u and hcracs, naul :s or -cxen
therewith, , j .
Prownvillo, Aujust 2, lS53.-ly
STEAM lu ILL,
noi:l, laki A: i::n:r.soN.
woull respectfully jr.fora tno cm-
f l 3 COUEt - Rni aJj
ning jii.-oun, mai
3 and well selected
. ahiraTJ on hnd a Jar
IIEBEASSA- CITY IIOTHL.
- . - NEBRASKA CITY, N. T.
UAIINI. J ic IJAllNU::, Proprietors.
rpHIS ' coramcaioos - Hotel, sUuatel upon
sintl !e r'..,.jrt 1' or trar
for uiL parts of the 1
;s leave tLis Luse
i t Tnppr VTfiv. ' h.
' 1 POri'LETON Jt BYEUS, '
ATT Oil N E Y S , AT- LA W .
And 'General Land Asrent, ...
' OMAHA. NEBRASKA. .. i .
Land Warrants ' Bonsht and Sold.
LAND ENTERED ON TIME.
SPECIAL attention given to the selection.and en
try of Lands for Settlers, and all others, desiring
choice l.vationf ..i . Y . , . I ... . '. " "
Land Claims, Town Lcti and all tinds of Real Es
tate, bought and sold and investments mad 3 fur dis
tant Dealers. , . ' .. . .
JAMES F. FISKE.
OLIYEIt . BENNETT CO., ..
a' - Manufacturers and Whaiesale Dealers ia '
BOOTS AND SHOES,
NO. 8T MAIN STREET,
(F03iIEKLY, NO. 101, CoRXEK OF MAIN AX LoCCST.)
: . . . . ST. LOUIS, MO- . ,. , , r,
e. r. seaus r
Attorney nnd . Oounscllcr at Law.
.And Solicitor in Chancery.
SIDXE Y, IOWA. - ;
-Will practice ia tba District Courts of Western
ttf OZice'at the Court House, -ap stairs.
FRESH DRY GOODS.
EEDY, jAJIESON ir CO.,
No." 110 and 172 Main SL, SL Louis.
WE are now ia receipt of the most complete and
magnificent stock, ever offered to the Western
Trade. , Merchants visiting this city are invited to
make an examination of our Ftock and prices.
EDDY, JAMESON & CO. ,.
NEMAHA CITY FERRY
Across the Missouri River at Nemaha
Citv, mouth of Little Nemaha river, ;
. Netraska Territory. -'
THE Proprietor informs Emigrants, Travelers and
the. nver-croffsin.5 public, that he has now in op
eration good, large and substantial boats at the above
named point, and careful boatmen to cross persons
and teams from either side of the river, ata.ll times
of the day or night. The landing is safe and easy,
and the Proprietor, taker pleasure in calling upon
the public for patronage. This is in a direct route
to LigUluc, rort Kearney and that region, and is
the most practical point at which to cross the Mis
souri nrcr.. It is mno miles from E-xk Port, Mo.,
and seven below Brownville, N. T, . The bent of ac
commodations to be had on cither sido of the river.
Nemaha City, Sept. 20, lSG.-3t J. C. ELLIS.
.. - JOHN W. TOOLEY.
(Successor to N00NAN, TOOLEY t Co.,)
51. Jam st, Old Stand, St. Louis, Mo.
TMPORTER, Wholssale and Retail Dealer, in China,
JL Glass and Qaeonswarc. Yellow and Rockingham
Ware, Chandeliers, Lamps, Lanterns. Lookinr-zlas-
scs, Britannia Ware, Ac. Ac with a great variety of
Fancy Mantte and Parlor Ornaments, direct from the
.tittencs and .Manufacturers. -A
: Ir57"Now arriving and in store, a full stock of the
above line of goods, which is offered to the Trade at
reasonable rates. An examination is solicited.
fifOn hand,. Assorted Crates, for Country Trade.
N. B. Packing roecrves special attention.
September 13, 1356. vlnl5-Gm 4
185G ; EALL TRADE. 185G
EDWAED MEAD. W. n. 2IAUEICE.. E. II. MEAD.
Oldcat Idonie of ihe lind i tXe.Wct
- Etallihed 1S35. ,..
EDWARD MEAD t CO.,
Ko. 50 Main, ccr. Tine st.,
Importers and 7holsalers
OF " '
Watches, Jewelry and Fancy txoods.
yATCIIMAKEES' TOOLS, and materials sil-
T ver and plated ware, shot guns, rifles, pistols,
revolvers, musical instruments, daguerreotype ainbro
types, Ac., cbrystalotype materials; Hotel and Steam
boat table ware. . .
St. Louis, September 13, 1855. vl-n!5-Sm
E. O. TCTTTJE.
H. G. PEKLET. H. W. SMITH.
TUTTLE, PEHLET Cc SLIITH.
FALL STYLES. 183G.
- 77 Main street, St. Louia. Ho.
MAOTACTlTlKnS of Str.iw and Silk Bonnet,
iicporters and Wholesale Ho! Jr. i:ki '
teilk Milliner, I lowers, Trimming, Lacs (tools, Em
liTJIerchants and Milliners aro particularly in
vited to examine our Ktock. hpfr.mmnv; .I...--
f " "o ircjjms luiiy on tna superiority
, ,ulvUU w uuir lnuucements equal, if not
supenoa, to any jolting houso in the United State
feeptoinbcr 13, 1853. vln!5-6m "
Steel. Plow Factory,
Market Square, St. Joseph, Mo. .
WILLIAM M. CARTER
No. 23 Levee, and 56 Commercial street,
St. Louis, 3Io.
PLASTERS & BAKER,
rr.ly of LL'.'i-IlfUN which we can 1 urr.'ia at low- i:s posiuon woruy v.n and rep.
' . . .' :'i;tv.T-r;,,nr - - -! Historical ai.l Archifciloricsl LiLm "
er rates iaaii in uii.i :u i-i - . . ,
.Market r.r,'er' for lc "3 at Jiri e. hav0 ' iA ti,
or on the bank of the river. ' . . Propnetors X.ors.. J.1L & J.Juaf
All orders' aexmfpankd with tt.e cash, wlII receive to publish U) -..azume ia this MUBt
;TO.i;nHr.ion. . su rr.ly it witu reruiant.. ' ; .
ti 11 1 . ILL J.
1X o.ie and two horso I'lows and Shovel-nlow
Cultivator, and Harrows. All orders ( undTr fi Je W
dred plw3) filled immediately. Liberal di JounUo
wholesale purchasers. J
L " :': ConMgnmentsclicfc
r.vLunj uisposeu oi.
THOMAS II. LARKIN & CoT
COMMISSION JIERCHAXT3 Avn
17 Iiolesalc- Gvopp -
Ko. SO, Levee, Corner of Olive street,
. ST. LOUIS. MO
1S5!?.I:Lention gicn to wiles of HEMP nnjiv
ana i UUALl O. y orders taken foIUhe purcha.o
oi.aiemn. under anvi;
A. j. MOREOft-
. . ,
TANUFACTCRER of the Premium Plow, of va
1X nous sizes: one and two hrso Prir; rii
Brush and .Steel plows, for 8al3 Sea e Rnf Ke
ercry . J
k t L T '
ward Cav. . '!
man reir.ir. i
who edited a
v. unti-Us, iWi ev0PT- iv.
i.a - Mas:i;io was e-:
" inter .
nt. If4 first cEJ
da r-te-hocior,,. 14
Sylvanus Ur'.'.r:, Gen
svai in tho Venerable p'.te-hoc-iQ r, 'A
tt. John, near Smithlield in Lccla"
early contributors wm Dr. Johnson, k Ai
ary productions appeartd ia this iJa-
t.i tha fore bod it; irs of nmr.t hi-.-.! "'"-t.
it succeeded from it3 corr naenceint
i . j r . c,t I K
H no.i an hor.cro.t' 9 S.r-J mh i...,;,v
I ......... . .1 " - 4 p
laur ijaii a vciiva uju m quarter
brouht.furward maay crtnpeditors
Vila his ai !ays held Lis iX)iitioi La ?.
years nas proTea as great a urori
inu-T'ian iM.i, tii.ia in iv ma';, te ik j
amon all th(se readers 'Tho eara to r
s of EnglLih S.;olaw ad Gentkma, "
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re ar.dVe:i:il pales will be talen
nary, whk-a v.-: 1 1 bo made a fal;hf ;1 tt
wrmin r.f mi :!!'- f. If. Iri'l n!.
J-..--V. . - - -wv eajL-ar
its posmon as a woncy orj.n and re'
Terms $5 perannuna, or lOcenUn
thosa remitting 5 ia advaaoo, will r'?
azine free of postal. "7
- - . . 321 .Broadway,
CHARLES ' DICIOJs,
Containing tales, storbs, and
bj William IJowitt, Ligi Hnnihe Aw
of M2Iary Lartoa," Barry Core
Collins, and all thss rising EcHaa;.
r.ow universailj rerardel as by far
interesting and popular of tha lii j,
ca!a it3 circulation ia this country is
ly. increasing, and to meec the public
Messra. Dix, Edwards & Ca, h-f.
arrangements with ths Blitor and pff..'
in England to introduce a nevr featu.
putlicetion, by issuing: it, from tia'j
time, in "Weekly KumUra.- Tbeyri-
rcgxiiany m advance, ru.a wiU iv
American Edition irnmcdiatelj on the i .t'.
of the weekly steamer. The ilocilrj y
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prompt remittance of $U will secuxj iz'
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Mail, on receipt of price. .;
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series for Families ar.il Readirg dub,':
not be 8nrpa5$ed. It. contains more?
and information, given m a pleasing a l" ;
than any other set of Books everpub;: "cc
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ia fine binding?, at ah";ulv;inced price, bora
- - - - -.321Eraad'A'ay,XewI?
" Ladies'' Hcpcsitory.
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cinnati and New York. All traveling p m:
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volume to continue the iri-nbscTiaa:
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AU communications confining rcai:
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Qur list is now quite large. Cut tlx;
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work, we would like to se? it circuit
extensively. Will you nelp ns? Willi
men, will the Leads of families, will the;
gentleman and ladies of our common cr
will our former patrons, w II all who
see a pure and sound yet entertaining & by c'
structive literature put into the tacJi J .r. ;!
rising generation, lend tia their hearljK y('d i ,
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BROWN is CO.,
No, 78, ?Iain Steet, Su Lcni3fe c!
SPRING STOCK; COUPLET! I:
)e cheapest and moj.t eitRuive fi
Soods and Yankee Notions lr:' 0 :i
ment in the W ester i County. ca'.II
" TECIIAXTS in apamTi -.f ,hr ftxAi 1 o -
1U tod to examine our stock of silk b , .
shawl.-, white 'kkIj, Embrti,li!ric-s, ribb-
and hosiery, trimnjin, furnishing (T (Cv'
wares gene: a" j, tethcr with t .,,
of th latest and nwt fisuionable styies,!- i ...
facturers prices. J ( th. ;
Cash buyers, close- fiireh.isers, and P" "
will find our stock adapted to their wn'JjJ
particular. A call frora tha trado is rap;' Ci
licited. - . " j. -
August 23, 13of3. ' - - "
NEW GKOCEK1. "
. Head Quarter . for B(irp&
RUFU3 R. EDWARDS,
Wholesale and retail djalcn
Staple anil Fiae Groceries, '
w iia tae tuaioer iuruiy. is,,r
r r - -
Magazine changsd r nblishcrs, bat u
ter will remain the -M3 ai bsfore. V-!!'ri!
Teas, Foreign aai Domes :ic Liqaort, T.a.i .
thing eke appertaining to the boshes d j, "Hr;
Main, between Jule and Seconds."3 t r;..
canli: TOW ELL, LEVY & CO.
HAVE now oa hand a large ni Cm?.
stock of Fam-v nnd Staolo DrTG'
ies, to which thej call the attend
friends and ths pullit; gonerflllj . Tt!ja
aai ana ths publ: gonerflllj . I rwa , ace. I : : t
co in business, they rlitter theBll' T , , .
e?s advantages in purchasing go113; , "
my Uou?o in tha West: Their tlJ O v'.r ' t.
Silica nn,? i;.Vi
Countryl Merehaats wilt find our ib1
their want in every particular A '
trado is respectfully )i;citcd.;
ST. JOSEPH, mo.
JAJIES CAHGILL, Propr
"J TANUFACTURES anJ
ItX on band for sal, all kiadi of FIfl
and Feed stuTs. Orders solieitedar.
on most favorable tenm. Cash f'J f
Vv'heat. For character of Flour refer
that ever u.jd it. -St.
Joseph, Mo., Anj. 33, l9i. tIs
WrSIETv PI0NEE3. lV-
DEALER IN IXEAh & :
m. . .... . . 1 Mil"
mds carefully locatei '"
L.t ani Ln li boajht sal
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