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Aran ihuit thiis.
: It is rccoramervJc;! in r hie number
ci ir.e .iJfnH to remove rbm-mits r.Sont
arc m my
11 f 1 1 -( r r
"1st. If this slioul.1 ultimately result
in getting rid of. the sprouts, it .vould
Have n "test" of acad stumps attached
to its injury if not to its
to t.:o louy, or root, of the parent tree,
ttMcn, in my opinion vrcuild so
ficstroy them. The 'stumps vrculd re
main and be forever sending forth new
FprouL-. I would say, let the sprouts
remain till Fcmctime in June 'or .July,
(earlier or later,) then tlig- away the
soil froin the root of, the tree and cut
oil the. sprouts closa to -the body, or
rootto which they are attached,) as
a scientific pruncr would cut off a
branch, r.nd then replace the soil. If
the work be done as it ought to be, no
m ore s p r o u t s will h e se en that y e ar,
and generally, very few .the- next
Treat those, that' come afterwards in
tho same manner, and you will toon
fcr-rjl of iLcm, aiiU ybuT trees will
thrive under the treatment. J. L. II.
VICIOUS CATTLE. '.
. .The common 5vica" of jumping and
throwing fencing" :ist taught to -cattle,
with scarcely any exception, by their
owners and care takers. t Fences half
down soon fall by the nibbling of cattle,
. and teach the first lesson, especially if
, cattle have any- shrewdness in obscry
. ing cause" and effect. '. Very fine feed
just over a poor, fence is the next
. lesson; letting down bars and rail
' fences to the calves,- from laziness, so
. -that the animal has to leap, i3 the third
lesson, and the last is oftentimes first,
s"econd;and third with, sheep until they
will 'scale anything. , .These thrce
lessons are usually enough, but a fourth
. is often added, namely; placing one
additional rail on the fence each suc
cessive day, as they become more skill-ful,-for
the ostensible object of keepin2
the jumper within bounds, but really
" operating as a most ingenious contriv
. . ancc to teach the art of vaulting. We
have heard of French bcins "taught
in six lessons," but very few animals
require more than four to take "French
leave of an ordinary cnclosurc.
J)oUar Kcic?papcr, 1 " . .', " ' '
The exports cf domesti - butter -and
irom the, United fe;atesj&jrc on
a much larger scale; t ban mcy,. -perhaps
arc aware of. During the Sscd
year of.lS55, the shipments of butter
amounted to i.ylo.iU(J lbs., valued at
418,723; and of fhcc?e;;'!.84G,5G3
lbs., valued at P514,03 L Of Lie butter,
the largest ' proportion,' ' bl,0T5 lb?.,
was sent to British 'Vest jjidi'es." To
England there wcrs c :;portcd3?&43,000
lbs., of : cheese more tlumy. three
fourths of tlie entire shipment. "Nearly
50,000 lbs., of butter i were -sent to
China, and nbput .234,000 Dr;, to Aus
tralia. Strange as it may seem, during
the same fiscal year S70,CC0 lbs., of
butter Avere imported into tlje United
States from British 'N or'L' America;
Hamburg, Bremen, Holland, England
and France, for home- consumption!
Besides this,: 005,214 lbs.; . re' im
ported for exportation.; ; !; Tho imports
of foreign cheese were on a moro ex
tensive scale, the total - amount !'bcinn
1,520,942 lbs., valued' at $li6,2G
The Germans sent us 157,163 lbs.,'' of
their fragrant . Limburgcr ; and - other
varieties, and the Butch 223,021 lbs,
France sent us the largest supply .-'viz:
1.002,14Glbs. ';: ? r i. ,
t": ;' iniE CAPACITY CF CISTE2X i
The simple, rulo byf -which : farmers
and others can determine the contents
of a cistern, circular in its form, and
of equal size, at" top", and bottom, is
this: Find the. depth and.-diameter; in
inches; square the diameter, arid rhulr
tiply the square by the. dicimal ,0034,
which will find the quantity of gallons
Zoi cuDic mencs ocmx a (rnon
for one inch in depth! Multiply Jhis
by thcVdcplh,"ah(I -divide by r3 J, and
the result "yul be the number Gi barrels
the cistern will ihold.. Fori 'ccli foot
in depth the number of barrels," ans
wering to the, diiterent diameters, are:
oliver Bennetts co:, .:
y ANTFACTiTKEBS ANT- WHOLESALE rEAtXKS IX
XO'. 87 '"JTALV Sinr.LT, ,SA 1X7-1 0 CIS, MO.
A EE "SOW lS.Ki:c::i IT of a com assortment
of wd3 from tlieir own and c'Jiot jBUcufac
torics,a iapted ejpec:al!y to the Wc-tern trade. "
- Fur?hA-;crs an invited .to' "cxaiune their stock,
manufactured aud selected with great care end
Warranted of superior qnaiity.' Orders will receive
prompt and carefal attention.
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GEO. C. FERGUSOIT. ; 1
MILLWRIGHT AND ENGINEER
; ; RKOWNVILLE, N. T. V V
ANNOUNCES to the public, that he is prepared
te erect Steam Saw and Merchant 111113 at ahort
notice and reasonable terms. : ; 1 " ' . :, "
; ALL JYQRK AY ARRANTED.
He id also Agent for M . : ,':c j ,;
y : A. B. HOLLIBIItD COS., -i ' '
W cstern::. 'Fonndryv "
..'V",.V,:' , CINCINNATI, O.: -
LEE & liKAYITT'S 1 '
: Saw '-Mminfactory; .
" - ' ' r CINCINNATI, O:,.
And is rrerared to rcccire and fill orders for any ma
chinery manufactured or kept on band, by tbese es
tablishments. - - - '. :
Letters of enquiry, promptly answered. ' ' '
;r - :r - REFFEKENCESr ..."
Noel, Late:- & .Cb Bit rnTiIIc," N. T, Steam Mill.
N uckolls & nite, lctport, Zlo. f .
James Lowe, Linden, ' " '
Tln31y. .-. - Brownvi'.lo, Juno 21, 1856.
J PALMER HOUSE, :
S. BARBOUR, Proprietor.
Bv the above rule, tho ccntcnts of
harn-yard, cistern, and manure-tanks Corncr?f Illinoi;i.an4 Wasliington Streets,
may. be calculated t for , any
rnilE SUrSCRIX:R is now prepared to far
'JL nish Farmers and gts with his - . .
' "-GICAIN PARATOn," ; v
for the Trpson :nn. lh' nnneces:-ary t speaK
particularly of tho ineri'f these llschinc?, ss they
are too well known thrcrhout tho country io a
chinc,.to purchase one of hes
ST. JOSEFII AND COUNCIL BLUFFS
i -irr-mm - i l tit f j
Jli Do -Lino
TIIi;-entirely.ECW:nd fine pasenscr pa.Kcw
OMAHA, ,T. P. Holland, Comma ader, K B.
Kerc?ct Clerk;) hann.b.en built for
'i tana uo-
, it,., f:li n noir niraiin;
Iling; but tho fact tit they nave here toi ore anu ;-non t'hpitie3 of St.
. . . .i, r IknS ntA . .
onunuir.ir to receivanc premiuaia u , . Trf.'irinf St. Joseph evcrj
Cr.-nntv FiilM TiiPT h;iva been exniDiuM is I . . :n i,k,
w v J . . . c t , i rnr. i rrni r H114 1'
: n.i.i ,1 "j-. w yf cno V ft Bia- I .
iCUb IU JEUUCU Ikil tll-O 111 nau vi o" I
Mn1-ivJlt OClrx;S .u.
ncil Bluffi and Omaha
ji-ii if s : 1. m - - -
Newton' do -
. her;. ; d
J.i, r J rt.
want c-t :t-)i.
1 ; -t- .:m! ri.:t7 ani eonimj ; excel a-
it, if aii) itn tj ",1 ir-s. ,
O ill. nu:C:.-,
. . .1 TV 1 I- n rM CU . -
with the best of themio in England, , in lso., i; "tjaT and Sand iy evenicg?, tyVw:ii anar Le3ht GuarC Upcra, .Trt.y ;
received the highest inundations of the rp?, -and "itfsens or freight w .11 not bo detained at J. L. Panttc'ai; - - Ut'M)r rEIi. -
6f the leading ,. griptltunlists of that county. gut to p:orro ajra inst all conUr-gcnucs, . t..i.c. . -
-.Iliave a large, nomber them ou band, ready for 'ncrsof ihe Omaha have, a largo : V, are-Hoa-o ,v .T v.- TTnatlac, !- '
becoming crop, mad of the best material, ani war- ""cds not meeting them prnapt.y, and f; . - c.lcchn i
ranted to do good work. ' ' " ' t Sthoutchae to Do owners,, which we-dec:n the tHOLES ALE Grocers and Comn,.
J.Iha,BmadeBttny.tiIuaWolmproTcnicDt1n these etrreemcnt to passen-r or shiver X .tc., SILevee, tl1VS
mfii.li!nMw!t.? n.nw.f nd bavo no hesitation "''"l1" v.T.in the Drcjcut season, and 1 t .-t have now it Htoro ai.,. r.tv .
in warrwting tbent superior to any mine. therefore hope by promptness and strict ata- tbe, large at atd uost goncMv )
-aMaalaorjaringjllarge camlet of Crr.wford fS "officers and n,;cnts to receive a lar-e Mo 1 Q -?cr .r ,rclf MjuchijcntJ.-d t
1 u ft ,.t l u, -1
rior-oall others for tl.e a.t ex-.t2..ii '
power. - ; ;' 4
The abovo -....a are mjiaasuarcdlj j,.
T,cd at their shtp in Cincinnati, 0..
con be famish lia any 'V. an ;iiy at iliort 5...
The above wirrai.iea to lerionu,, .
, - in. di.iui., 1-cr hjur 5 J is. Lorn, 23
A? this Mill tells its owa starlit 13 n-n(. '
nuoto froia our naaierousecmmen Un, f
AJ KOCJI PCJIIT, 210.
t, . v. .1
Improved Clover llullrr,
thn immediate . sancrvis!ca cf the
patentee, who hs pennancntly located latins place
The above ciitrcDrcsenU car four horse " Sep;wa-
tor," and is designed especially for tkc larmcr s own
- Im also agent' foT McCormick'a ;cokbratcd EEVP-
EB awl MOWIJiO ACHlMS,coialinca..
J.' R: JI0FPITT, Piqj MiATin coumy, Uhio.
: NOTICE., NOTICE.
Merchants, .Spoitsmcn and Manifacturcrs.
(HORACE E. DI.1IICK & CO'S
"1P.EAT WESTE1N EMPOPJ'UM, f- y-r' -'t Guns,
VT lliflcs. ristols. Pishing Tackle and h,, ,ang'Ap-
paratus of every variety, is at'Xo. 12, orth Main
street. St. Louis,: the sign of the Doer In tho Win
dow., , r ' -." '
We keep constantly on hand a full assortment ot
Ilimtin' Target and Minnie Rifles,
Together with -every variety" of Purcu?sion Cups,
Guns, AVad and Wadding Paper, Fishing Tackle,
kc, A-c.;in fact, everything connected with the Gun
Tradd. - ' ' ' ' ' ' '.
Two Ilttnurea Urecch loauicg iiiuca of various
patents. . . , . -
D. All kinds of- gun material and mounting,
La the forged, filed and finished state. :.. .1 :
, PJeasp eaU and examine for yourselves before you
make your purchases; as experience is th3 only true
snide. ' . ; v; .: r-'- : -
Our goods are' all warranted by ts
- August 23, 1S5G. vlnltf ; -
rrtt n . 11
. manure. lne manure 01 stalls snouia,
. if. possible, be housed; it should be
.. kept moist "vrith the urine of animals,
. ; and suScient litter should be used to
;ibsorb the whole of this, unless it be
.' preserved in a tank,. to be used as a
liquid manure, the policy , of which is
thought to be doubtful in this country,
I where labor is high. ": The true pro
. . 'cceding-. for barn-yard manure is to
keep it as far as possible moist, but
". not to. suffer, it to be drenched. - If
Mrv and hot, it aires its nutritious
. gases to the winds; if drenched, it
. " loses its most fertilizing salts; when
. cither scorched or drenched it is de-
- composed faster, and doe3 net retain
in itself a due proportion of itsenrich
. ang properties. Selected.
. INDIANOPOLIS, IND.
rnlTIS well-known and popular note!, has recently'.
A bjen re-built ahd greatly enlarged by the addi
tion ot tixty or seventy room1, and is furnuhed
throuzhoat with new and beautiful furniture, and is
How to Destroy, 'CQciaioAciiEs, ln.1l.t;r-stHas8 IIie!-.'.JraTdcrs
-.r rn . ' will find th Palmor' all they can desire for eom-
iiATS, AND ALICE. lake a' feixpenny fort, lux-ury and pleasure. The fable will at all
loaf of bread, the'f Staler tl.b" better J times be supplied with the best the market affords,
, ., 1 7 1.1 .. i' 1.1 and no pains will be snared to render the stay of
icuuuu it io u, uum;, iijcu 111 a, put, ui guests b0th comforta.ule and pleasant.
water put two spoonfuls; of cayenne "TRY . THH 'PALMER HOUSE." !
nenncr. one snoonful of nulverized August so, 1356. . -?ini3-iy
iii' i 4 -----
annij seed, half a drachm of saltpetre,
the same of white lead,, and a. wineglass
of extract of 'hops. Now throw in
your crumbs of bread: digest for ix
hours in a moderate heat; strain through
a cloth; add thereto thirty drops of
the tincture of quassia,;;an'd let it stand
in next uay, ana men. Dome ix.- come
urnbs of sugar saturated - w ith this
iquor will bo a speedy-cure for cock
roaches: Some pieces of bread satura-
cd with it twill destroy all the fats and
mice, me aoovc lS.cxtensiveiY manu-
actured and sold at' a great profit.
:! Furuituro and ; XTpholstry
. ,u. .r.f. Of Great Variety.,, : a :
At the Sanner Furniture AVare Room? of
, HEATON , & 'TJIDIBLE,: ,-
'On Second Street, Si'jn of tie Qhairand Bcdittad;
THE continued literal patronage of thecitizenaof
, St. Joseph, North Western Jiissouri, Kansas, Ne
braska and Western Iowa, for all of ;which we feel
thankful, has induced U3 to increase our facilities for
doing .business1- Having built dast spring,1-' a very
large JJannfactory E-tabiishmsnt en Francis street,
anil having employed some of tho very best workmen
ia the Eastern, cities; we are now determined net to
be out done bv any other Furniture Establishment in
the Jlissouri Valley, in quantity, quality, durability,
styles and prices. Oar stock consists in part of E)so-
wood. Walnut and Wahorony Uureaus, marlle and
solid toM of every style: extension, centre, caid. din
ing -and side table; Book cases, Wash stand?. Work
tables and Wradrobes, Sofas, divans, ottomans find
footstools. sorin2 seat parlor chairs, rocking, nurso,
elizabcth chairs : of .every variety. - 'Mahogany, wal
nut, cherry and maple bedsteads of every stvle- and
variety. Spring, hair, moss, cotton and shuck faat-
iroaiM A-n. .knotithni with all. other articles in our
line, usually kept ia a Furniture Wareroom. Wo ing complied with tli requisition of their Charter,
say then to all who may want good Furniture, ei ther and being fully orgaxuzcU, are now prepared to trans
fur hotels, nw on nr bed rooms, rive ns acaii ana ex- ut, a
J X O
Principii Office No. .12, .Main St,
. ... - ST.; LOUIS, MISSOURI:-
BEu leave to inform the public,- that they have
extended their Express Lino to this place. Hav-
:)7o LhdsK. 0.su.ir;-J.Vi ..ll.l on;,-a; ,- . .
.'ri'5 lbl3 loar.cruih-idand p.jwd.red scet;
. 200 do and bf di plantation moli.e?; - -
400 pkgs Bclcber's sy. uv.la.e.?; 10 b,s U"
; liO hf thestj Y 11 tea; 27i do Imp. (x P and
Black do: - " - ; ' - '
150 casks R. Cirb sodn; 2j di sa.leratu3j ,
! . 2CU -boxcit Cabbilt'd saleratus; ! - - "
273 do Va and tbnoco;-
73,000 Spanish ciar; 20,000 iTav and CaKasixc?;
,..i;ai bxs star a:.dles; 111 cask3 currantsj
1000 bi.l.-3 bfd):nd kits 1 and 2, makcrel; - . -r
50 pkgj No. 1 sa!xan; SOOt) .b:cs a.-s"d tumblers:
20 D itaad pt Casks; Z CO 3 nests tub, 3 and S; -503
dozen aiSDried pail;;
;'15C0 ski prime P.io coffee; GOO packets Java; .
- ;75 sacks Muha. do;
'2500 k"3 Winol-ng and Eoston nails asd brads
assorled 3d to 4JJ;
'75 bx3 Bait Cove oyster?; 275 bales batting;
200 ska El 3 cotton yara assorted;. . ;.
400 coils 31an. find Jute rop; ' . .
' -100 bxs pcprranl -pimento; 7 bhls a'monds;
.100 drums f.gs: G:)l) bxs lif and qr 11 11 raiiin'i
5 drum3 cod sh:;i25bx3 do;' ., .r , ,
15 case-3 sardiaes bf and qr: : i' ' ' -.
350 boxes asserted pickles, ketchup;
: 300 bxs palsu and fjia. soap;30 do tiorll c'dls:
.'500 do asst window glass: 50 lg3 earpel chain;
100 doz line Mivhboard?: 50 grckS yeasi pow'ds;
: - GO ne.sts willow basket-; .
To-ether-witii a gvnerat raid full stock of for-
ci'rn and doniC4tic Wiacs brandies, tc " , - ;1
HIT. fnbscnocri weull nscctfally ter,.
thanks to t'i:ir casu-mcrs and tin P '
rally fr tbcirlii-erul paxron.-j;e aorcivfor?.'
a continuance of the saa.e ; as they ar j..
to sell Goods as bw if nofto-srcr thaa i7T
tr,.. ,.t S Jf:M,ll- llavir.T IT.- '
JU.O nwi, w . 1 .
. VJ7ICE CP THE T7A1TH 2IEL0IT.
. A. , corrcspondent-of - tho - Prairie
Tarlncr presents the following -method
of using water melons: ' v-
"I endcaror, every year, to raise -a
rood water-melon patch.' They are
a healthy and delicrhtfulfniit, I think.
I cultivate the. icing .variety; plant
early m May, and aam toward the
end of the month, so that they may
cone m succession. Hhen they. com
mence ripening, we commence cutting,
and use them freely during the hot
weather. When the weather becomes
cool in September, we haul a quantity
of them to the house, split them open,
With a spoon scrape but the pulps in a
cullender, and strain- tho water into
vessels.1 Tv'e boil it in an Iron vessel,
then put in apples or peaches, like
snaking apple-butter, and . boil slowly
until the fruit is well cooked, then
spice to taste, and you have something
that most people will prefer to apple
butter or any kind of preserves. Or
.the syrup may be boiled without fruit
down to molasses,' which will "be found
tQ be as -Cue as -any-- sugar-house
molasses.' TTc Lave made in a fall as
much as ten gallons of the apple
. bultcr, it 1 mavso caLut, andmoiassc
which has kept in fine condition till
May." A. . . . :. '
. i Hi i
,i17ill high teices coninjin"
Under this heading the last number
of the Prairie Parmer proceeds to
argue and figure in tnc aurniative.
To sustain the position assumed our
contemporary gives the rate, of in
crease of population, and production
of the principal crops from 1840 to
1850 shoeing that r tho increase of
the latter should have been much
creator than it was, . in order to cor
respond with the former. The increase
of population during the period named
was 56 per cent. while tho increase
of wheat - and oats were only 20 per
cent, each, and, rye decreased -'nearly
four and a half millions . of-bushels.
Indian corn' increased 57 per cent
however, or 21 per cent, over' the rate
of increase of population while the
ncrcaso. ofhay-Jias-kept; pacG-with
population; The ratio of incrcasa bf
animals is also cited as lar bbw that
of population. For. the period named,
while the .population as above' stated
incrcased.oC) per cent., tho ratio of in
crease of cattle was- only 24 per -cent.,
of sheep 16 per cent., and ot swine
15 per cent..' t These and other figures
and reasonings lead our contemporary
to the conclusion , that . present hign
prices must continue. . V e think, how
evcr,thatif the figures could be brough
down to 1856, and the present condi
tion and production of foreign countries
were duly considered, the Farmer
would harulj- venture-,- as it now does,
to "hazard tho prediction that" prices
will go vp, rather than down, although
under: the. influence, of .momentary
causes they may fall below tho present
standard, but not to rema in long down."
Though able, our contemporary's
article is not convincing to our mind,
and we still adhere to the opinion, ex
pressed in a recent number of this
amine our work and prices, and we think tou will
leave your money hero in place of sending it to fcf
Louis and getting aa inferior article at me!?aino
price you can get a good one here at. . s , :
Our motto is tho cash system, which will enable us
to sell at smaller profits than ours or any other estab
lishment can do where the credit sj'stem is adopted.
N. B, Tho highest pneo paid"Tor scasoncu al-
nut and Cherry Lumber, r :i . . " . : ,
St. Joseph, Aug 30, 18a5 vlnl3lf -
"A TUIiTQ OF. JiJiUTY IS A. JOY 470LEVEE.
COLES VOTAGB OT LIFE.
Childhood, '-Youth. SJIaahood Old Ase,
Four splendid Line Engravings, from the Originals
in -the Gallery of, tht Spingler Institute.- l'lates,
loxii." J'aper.Z'oxJi. ? v s ; r
(j RE AT .NATIONAL tVOF.K.
Of five years' execution, involving an expense of $20,
000. Artist's proofv 3-0, India Lettered, 530.
Plain, $20..- '
17 A nrospectns containing a full description of
tho work, with testimonial from our first ARTISTS,
our most eminent, DI VLXES, our most distinguished
STATESMEN, the best accredited JLUuES OE
AliT, at home and abroad, together with tho
VOICE OP THE PRESS ' i '
Of this city, and also of the highest European au
thority, - ' ' , . . ,, -
THE LONDON ART JOURNAL, '
Will be forwarded on the receipt of two postage
stamps.; :, ;
Saddle v and . Harness Ilakcr,
East eido of Alain, bet. Francis and Felix St.,
; ' . ST. JOSEPH. MO. .
nnHAKKFUL for pa3t favors, begs leave to inform
X the public, that he has just returned from St.
Louis with as fino an assortment of materials as has
ever been purchased In that market.
His stock consists of a superior articlo of Skirting
The Trade supplied on the most
Liberal Terms. - I( '
Appropriate and tasteful styles of frames, prepar
ed expressly for this work, at the lowest cash rates,
are furnished at prions varying from $1(1 to $32 the
set. Uoxing, packing and cartage from ?1 to $2
Address the Voyage of Life, Rev. A. It. WOLFE, ?
Tlnl4tx , Spingler Institute, JN. 1
MORE MEN WANTED.
A FEW more activi and energetic young men can
Xjl find immediate employment, by which they can
easily make $600 to $ 1000 a year, to act as agents for
seven! new and popidar works, just published fpr
agenfcu and not for sale in book stores.
We have a great many agents employed, many of
whom are making from $la to Slit) per week. Ihoso
who visb. to engage in this -pleasant and arrecable
businuss, will for particular requisites, &c, address
::J U. It UElillY & CO.
i -Publisher:) and Wholcsalo Booksellers.
Editors of Xcwspaters, bv riving the above and
following, three inserdons, and calling attention to
it, shall receive any three of tho following works;
Lift of Josephine, by Ileadly, .$15
1 Lift of. Lafayette,-, '"' ' $1,25
! Life of Napoleon. ' " $1,25
: Wild Scenes cf a Hunter's Life, . . v $1,00 T
' .Life of. Mary and .Martha V ashington,- $1,1)0
i Odd Fellows' Amulet, , . , , , $1,00
; Any person wishing any of the above books, can
bave them sent by mail, frea of. postage, on receipt
of Uie above retail pneo. - .- r.
vl-n4 C. L-. DERBY & CO., New Tork.
! ' RURAL PUBLICATIONS. -
! TttE Cooctey Gehtlemax is a beautifully illus
trated weekly of 18 pages quarto, with special Do
partments for the Farai, tho Grazier,, the Dairy, the
Fruit Garden and Orchard, tho Florist, the Kitchen
Garden, the Housewife, the Fireside, Ac. "This i
without question, tho best Agricultural Paper in the
United States." Hen. John Wextwoeth, iL C. of
Illinois. I'nce 52 a year. ... . , . -
Tub Ccltivator, monthly, 32 pages octavo well
known for twenty ycar3, as the best monthly ajrricul
tural Journal in this country.- Price 60 cents per
year. '. - .
i TEB iLirSTKlTED AXXTAI r.EGISTEIt OP RrRAL
Atfaiks. The two N os. issued for 1855 andlS5f,
contain more than 250 engravings of building?, a
Cut Straw for Ianure. Not only
the economy of cut feed recommends
the practice to the farmer, hut -as
materials designed merely r.s hedding
for animalsjthe plan is valuahle. Where
this is done, the manure is much more
readily retted, while it can he spread
upon the land with far greater facility
end umiormity. This point is not
generally considered EuGciently.
Manure while rotting in the yard is
constantly losing some-part of its most
valuable clement?, and yet long straw
nnot well t o incorporated with the
U until it i3 thoroughly decomposed.
hy cutting it short it can he well
tnDutcd, even without any previous
ting, and then the elements cscap
during decomposition are retained
the soil for the us cf of growing
journal relative to the Wheat Crop and
the prohahle price of that important
staple. Jiural JS ew-1 orker. ,. , V
25 cents each sen
maJs, trees fruits, io,
To?t paid by mail.
J nesa works combine attractions to be found in no
similar publications, and the publishers will sen:
specimens of tho papers to all who would lika to cx
amino them, i'ubhthed at Albanv, Is. Y.. bv
General Agency Business. . .
The success which has attended tho original Propri
etor, is a guarantee cf tho satisfaction rendered, and
it will alway? be the aim and study of the ticcutive
of this Company, to give every pc'siblc facility for
the epeedy and saio transmission cr - -
Honey, Valuable Packages, Parcels, and
JJuntlles oi uooas, jjercaanaize, T
and every description of Frcigh t, on reasonable terms,
to all points on the .Missouri liiver, and at St Louis,
with other responsible Express Comxanies, for New
York, New Orleans. Boston, Philadelphia, Ghicago,
Cincinnati, Uurhngton, Louisville, KockIsiand,llcm
phis, Pittsburgh and Puffalo; and to almost every
tc wn and vilnnge in tne Lnitcd States,.Luropc, Aus
tralia and California. ' " :' ''
A llessenger will ba put cn the new steamer Omv
ha, making weekly trips between here and St. Jo
sepbthere connecting with ourdaily line to St Louis
and all points aa above. In behalf of the Enterprise,
the patronage of tho public is respecttully solicited.
vr. p. oilman : .:
WHOLESALE GROCER, No. ISO Scw sfreet,
St. Louis Las ia store a large and well select
ed stock, which is offered at the market rai.es, con-
lstmg in part a f-jilows:. f ...
370 hhd3 U. svi'xt; i';,'J u;s loa:, cruised a.
powdercil do; - - - -
laUt) bags liioi'ooe: luu uo Java qo; . r
150 ibla S. II. syrup molassei'; S5D do S. II.
Iarncss, bridle leather, hog, calf, and ghcep skins;
fine goat morocco, and a surpassingly beautiful arti- A business entrusted to us, wiUmcet with tho same
niA &Tii m ni a1 laarnA? rY rnfiiii a hunt . -f . .. .. . . .
vTr V , energetic and prompt attention wnicn nas nlways
xie nas every variety oi aaoaio xreos, irom ine rea! cbartcrized this Express, and made it pre-eminent
Mexicana and Enzlish. Beard s and Gnmslev s rat-1 : wt v;
cnt down to the common fail-back. He has on "hand
and will continue to keep saddles, saddlc-bagi, bri
dles, martingales halters, eollars, whips of evcrv
quality, whip-lashes, hames, traces, spurs, &c. ' lias
also, coach, buggy, Pennsylvania, yankce, cart and
Uo has not now, nor will ho keep any other than
No 1 workmen, and hi$ instructions to them are neat
ness and strength, lie, therefore, feels no hesitation
in saying that his work will seldom be equalod, no
wuero surpaaseu. - - - L 1 A S 'XT' n nl TT I
- As small profits and quicx sale, is bi3 motto, he 1I If I I '. I I I M
ity of -a-- Ky
Enw Ann Mead. ' - ' SxMErr. JfcCAiiTXEY.
W. D. W. Eekxakd, Jons W. Toolet. .
Joseph F. EiCHARP?of.
B. F. Barry, Alton. W. J. I'igot, l,ex!ngton,
r JCSEPH F. RICHARDSON, Pres't.
S.' M. Grat, See'y.
vln2. . Henry Ktlk, General Agent.'
pledges himself to soil (considering the quality
the article) lower than any house west of tho Alio
Those disposed to suspect him of gassing, have on
ly to call to be assured of tneir mistake.
- oi. josepn, Augusi ju, iooo. viuiju
The-Great' Western Central Koutc.
Dayton & Western & Indiana
- rail no ad. T
IN through trains without change of gt!5ge, - .
Between Dayton, Indianapolis aiuUChicago,
: " " " ' -- - jfayetto, '
7. ;,..;.".::. - Terre Haute,
" " Ix)uisville. i
First Morning Train leaves Dayton for Indianapolis
at 6:20 A. m. -. '
Second, Eveninr Train leaves Dayton for Indian
apolis at 3U 1 . Ai. .
JAMES M, MITn Sup't.
WM, H. THOIIPSON. - .: J. . n TAAFFK
! THOMPSON & TAAFFE,-
( Successors to Barrows d- Thompson.-) -
And Commission Merchant,
Ho. 13, Pearl Street, Ciaciasati.
; Particular attention will be given to order
for UrocerLa , which will always be executed at current
market prices. ......
JCST OPENED AT THE HEAD OF BROADWAY,
, COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
WHERE may bo found a large assortment
of BOOKS AND STATIONERY, and
everything in their line, consisting in part, as fol
lows: -- - -
. Histories and Biographies,
Narratives and Travcb,
.'Missccllaneou3 "Works, ::
Lives of Eminent Persons, ,
Agricultural Works, " .
. Standard Poetical Works, '
, Bibles and Hymn Books, 1
, Novell and Light Reading,
;.; Blank Books, .
. Paper, Pens and Ink, . .
Cards and Gift Books," '
, Toys and Fancy Primcrsj
.Portfolios ano Albums.
And a thousand other nscful and necessary articles
in the line, , , t , -
Also, red, black and blue INKS, of our own man-
nfacturc. Wholesale and Retail, as chean ils ran be
had in St. Louis, and warranted of tho best quality,
yuu up in quart, pint ana nalt-pint bottles: also, iu
tour and two ounce bottles. " -
iTofcssional men wishing a bill of ' ;
W i 111 IS
; '-'W3I. GfARRISON, :
eal Estate Arent
! PLATTSlIOTJTir, X T. ; ,
HAS now on hand several valuable town lots and
also Timber and Prairio Claims, which he will
sell cheap. . . ,
Being agent for the City of Flattsmouth, he will
furnish lots to thoso who wish to settle in the tjwn
on cheap and reasonable terms. r . . . ,
Ofileo with J. H. Brown, Esq.
Can be' supplied here at 20 uer cent above nub
lishers prices, we paying all costs and obtaining them
a; the shortest notice. Uur arranzements embrace
any STANDARD COOKS printed in tho Uni
ted States. ' .
Call and see our stock wo aro new besrmnera bnt
. tj - -, -
wni serve our customers to the best of onr hilifv
A : . :
vu in-us, hc a suro win oe saiistactort.
n ) , CRAIG & SANFORD.
Council Bluffs, Iowa, June 11, '55 vln2.
i-, - -r-r ttt. . - trr "
SEVEN HEADED UIE AT. C I1S.VC
been shown by Mr. McColIotigb, of
this place, a -fevr Eample heads of the
seven headed "wheat, TYhich vtq think a
little ahead of any of the cereals yet
exhibited. They are from the farm of
Mr. II. Hudson, on .Santa Ko.sa creek,
who ha3 a four aero pat:h of this
variety, which he confidently expects
will yield him from seventy to eighty
bushels per acre. Pciahma (Califor
nia (Journal. - - !
The celebrated race horse, i Lex
ington has been sold for 15,000.
This is the highest price' e ver paad for
a horse in this country.
OT. JOSEPH LUMBER YARD
; On Edmond Street near CargilPs Mill,
- .St. Joseph, Missouri.
W. J. TAYLOR,- Removed" from the clc1
' Str.nd io tna above cataed place.
rTinE undersigned is now fully prepared to accom
J. modato his patrons and friends with the best as
sortment of Pine Lumber ever ofTored in this mar
ket, comprising not only White Pine Lumber end
White and Yellow Flooring, ready dressed; but also
best assortment of I'mo and Cottonwood shingles
Poplar Siding, &e.' -; -. '-).vi - ' .
He has now on hand, at his Lumber Yard, the lar
gest and best assortment of Boors, Sash and Veni-
tian blinds, ever offered in this market, a portion of
which is direct from Cincinnati manufactories, which
enables him to-sell at very reduced prices. He in
fully prepared to 11 all orders in his line, at short
notice, and particularly solicits the Kansas and Ne
braska trade, for ho has the articles they want and
m ast hare. Be rure to give mo a call, near CargiU'a
Mill, and in the immediate vicinity of the St? Jo
seph Brewery. . - , . V;
THE NEW FLOURING LULL.
CLARK'S PATENT COMBINED GRINDING
and Bolting cr Llerchant Flouring Mill. Thi
highly ingenious and much needed invention forms
an entirely new feature in the manufacture of
WHEAT and FLOUR, by the superior manner ia
which it performs its work GRINDING and BOLT
ING the Grain at a -single operation into Seven
different kinds of fiour and. feed. '
This mill possesses advantages to numerous to be
enumerated in any advertisement. The propel way
to fully appreciate its great merit is to seet it run.
It is in operation daily at
No. 313 Broadway, Corner Court St., St. Louis, Mow
State and Country Rights and Mills For Sale. . i
W. W. HAMER & CO.,
Broadway and Court, 2d Story.
New Hardware ; Store.
Sign of the Jlill Saw. '
': ' - J. FLAHERTY, '
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
American German, English & French TeFritorv n
7 Aagust 2, 185C-.T
HAEDWAKE AND CUTLERY.
: ST. JOSEPH, MO. ' " ; " '. F- DINGS & CO.,
TS NOW receiving and opening the largest and most
r CORD-WOOD FOR SALE. -
At '2.25 -ner Cord.
TAMES W. COLEMAN informs the IWf. Fnt.nJr,
O the upper Missouri trade, that he keeps constantly
a3 good a. supply of Dry Cord-Wood, as can be found
on the river. ... Landing alwavs srood.
ood x ard one mile above BrownvL'dc. Nebra-ka
s-go and weIl'-l-- ted bxT of 5pria
dsral.;oa su-vrior i: t'.oc of Family L
" C(.r.:o c-ne ar.'.i all,;
"- - 1 : ; : Ft r well W- l:now;
. . I . A.Hiiri yot.Ti uul,.' . ;
- - ' V'eril sell S3 loW,
Of Gccdi the bet,
Ar! profit small, n .
.": ' ! We'll b.jat; th.s rest, " J?"
- . : - -'--Ar.d suiSyouun. i .
Oar Stock cf Dry Goods havin rbcen pu.;,.,
the Eastern cities, wo flatter onr?e'v?s that
surj asa our competitors.' it life luw pricej 13j
qualities oi our ococx, ecu c;irnos-jy her.nt
make by cu'.lirg isd S3ein;r: for them-n!,
purchasing tL-e where. . - CAREY, iv
. N. B. Country rrod ij cf, all kinds bkj
;hange at the highest prlcc-j, for Guodj. J1Zi-
-.;..'' O'-'.jvii, ilitt County, 0. "
lTa3in Store : , :-'.:
Pur o V.'hita Lad,
i Window Clas,
' Caster Oil, ;
i Ei.Legworyi -
"iflr mad Glfv.
' Saint LonisCla,
: do "yellow,
, irtn 1 a;nt,
2.";0 bbls plantation r.ol;v
!cs: 10 3 yl:gn!at-jvcrel
100 boxes cod Hah : 100 bbls Wilningtoa tar:
5C0 kegs P..ston and Pittsburgh naiLj; : .
63 kegs fing lid m-'!; 73 tags cotton yarn; .
; " 50 bales caqt clu.in; 130 do cotton twine;
100 bales- wickingi 430 els JLinilLi and Jute
cordiigc; ,. . . ,
1C0 doz plow and cofhes Jmc;
400 boxes window glass, assorted sizes;-;
2000, lbs W. chalk: 3D0 do alum; 1300 do s'tpcter;
20000 osnabnrg suets; 10 ke sup. ci)rb. foda;
200 half cheets Imp.. Y.-H. and G.P.tas;
300 boxes Imp., Y. J. and G. P. teas; , .
450 boxes Virginia" nnd Missouri tobacco;
100 bx. smoking tobacco; 50 do cut chewing do;
150 br. star candles; 70 do sperm do;
30 candle mould?;
239 bonces p 350 j.lcg5?aleratus: -
' 3 cases Ma. indigo; 6 ccroonu H. P. do;
' SOHjgs peeper; -15 d pimento; 200 bxs g' J sices:
SO). 31 . G. D, per. caps, 250 mn C. & L. piper:
30) doacorn. and fary pails, 100 no 3-boopdo:
800 C3ts 2 and 8 qt tiib.; 250 mats cajsia;
. 23 razes prunes; 40 t-ks currant; 3 do madder;
'r 5' bbls whiting: 10) rms wrapping p-aper;
' -50 bales Osnaburg?; broom, zinc washboards,
churns, Ac., Ac., . , June-7, '53.
GLAStJOW & BROTHER.
COLESAIJ3 CBOCEP.S, FORWARDING
AND COMMISSION MEIiC HANTS, No. 50
Levee, have in elora and to arrive the following
Goods, which they oiler ior salo at the lowest prices,
1000 hhds fair toJp rlmo N. 500 boxes Yeast powdrs;
U. bugar; loo kejs sap Caro btxla;
1CC0 blia clfd sugar; , 100 box-s t-alcratns;
800 do If and crush'd do; 500 els Manilla Cordage;
300 do . Jute do:
500 doi Manilla A; Grass
SH0 biixes Baisins;
2o bbU Almonds;
300 do 'ass'd Candles;
100 Preserved Fraiti';
100 do . Meats;
'100 do : Pickles:
100 'do Ketchups;
100 do Olive Oil;
73 do Brand'd Cher.;
50 do ' do Pcaihep;
30 coses Carjaccas
' " ' Cbocolate;
40 Jo Wood bx mafch's;
50 do Sardines, quarter
and half boxes;
5 caes Citron;
5 cas Nutmeg?;
5 lo Indigo; .
50 clo B. C. Oysters;
1500 r,:nms Wrop. Letter
at.d Cap Paper;
300 nests Tubs, U's-S's;
.lite Zink do.
' u - '. : :
sr v. :
Spanish Whiting, -;
Bed Lea 1,.. .
Lithcrage, ' " .
Whita Clialk, '
Cream of T.irter," "
TarL-iric Acid, .. - '
Sa'phcr Carb. Soda,
Vinegar,- i- '
hal c?')da, .
Copcra?, : ;
Saltpeter, . . ,
Mcx. Liniment, ; ' -Vol.
Oil do, ;
Morland's do," l
Nerverand Bona do,
Parrels , do, , ,
Louden's ' do,
In addition to the above, I hare the bra.-
of Druggist and Physician Shop furnitare, f.? C'"
cals, Surgical instrument, a:id l'atcat i.L J ''
ever ofTered for ?a!e ia this C'ouatry.
.Jkrehants and Ihys;ci;i-a3 ,of Iowt, laisi C!l
Nebraska, are respectfully, in v. tod ti give iki: -
. June 7, ISO..-- - :' -.' DAHL ZD'.: r , ,t
r Baris Pain Kiilfr, .11.
V raI:neptocki V. v W
Stone'3 Conirb Car -n , .
rj nir An rrr.
b. b. j. d. -rx. -Troird ;
. : BROWNVnJLE, K T.' I,.
Expressly for this Markj;-, Jv Laryj aidl i-
Selected Stock rf
DRY GOODS, " GROCEPJES. - tor-
'HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
PIXE DOCL'ef f-
. .. CUTLER
' LGC, ' :
Importer of, and Wholaale Dottlert in
L varied arsortmcnt of goods in the above line ever Frfmr1l(rPrTTiTT' "RrifisK A ,''
offered in any market west of St. Louis... - T ?
: My stock embraces a full and complete assortment
of Cabinet and House Builder's Hardware, Mechan
ic's toola of every description, din;ct from the most
approved manufacturers; agricultural and horticul
tural tools and implements, in great variety, eombia
ing all the recent and useful improvements for the
saving of a vast amount of labor to th farming com
munity, from whom I respectfully request a careful
also exclusive asent for the sale of the relpbrativi 4--1- VICISlve n&n ssystern, we draw the atten
St. Louis Circular Mill and Cross Cut Saws which I E10n 0f . 0 taye" to tbe fact that we have revised
will warrant, and fill all orders at ihe factary prices ur ctire stock an(l reduced former Credit Prices
Also a large assortment of Guns, Kifles and Pisbd' .. 5 to 20 T ccn" aording to the naturo of the
Iron, Steel, Nails, 4c.. cf the best brands: in a wnr.l aiacrent articles,
my stock is very completewhich, for its quality a ad Commrison ResnPCtfllll V R-lip?frl
pnco,Iamdctenuined to offer such inducement? as UiUi'aAitua AttJUUliy DOilCltCa.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, TOYS, NOTIONS
Manufacturers of all kinds of Brushes.
39 North Main Street, (Up Stairs,)
' " : ' ST. LOUIS, MO,'.
HAVING since the first of January, adopted the
500 do S. II. ni' la.es;
81) 0 do pi a n ta 1 1 c n do;
100 tcs prime Rice;
1000 pks G, and B. Teas; "
1000 bags -Rio coffee;
100 do prime old Gov
ernment Ja. eolTee;
1000 kegs Nails;
UuO boxes I n, Ulemo a
100 boxes Fanev Snap;
S00 do Star "Candles;
250 do Mould do;
60 . do Castilo Sonn;
100 do ' Starch:
300 do Va.mafd To-
) 11 CCO ' ' "
' 200 do Mo. ' do;
800 j do. Smoking do; "
1100" do iCuba Cigars;
00.000 Beg. Cig. Imp.;
100 bags Pepper;
23 : d Alspiec; .
300 bbls 3s hf do .Ma'cl.;
500 boxes Glass;
100 bales Batting:
200 doi Painted Bukts;
,10 half pipes puro old 58 bbls Malaga Wine;
.Brandies; 1C0 Ikts Dennis Champ,
100 cases do .do do; 100 do Ilcidsick do:
100 bbU Monon. U his'y; ' 50 ca.?cs t bl Md. Wine;
100 do old Bye Whisky, 200 boxes Claret Wine;
- ery superior; St. Louis,
II. G. HOIES & CO., '
No. 16,'Mam Street, St. Louis Mo. .
4 GENTS for Straub's Com and Wheat Mill
JL the "Queen of the South." This rcmarkabb
Mill ha? been kept secured to the inventor by t avcat
recently, nowevcr, (Juns 2(th; 1Sj4.) Letters
Patent for the United States have been granted. !e-
curing tne invention lor locrteen years. This Mi
nas sustained itself wherever it has been brought in
to competition with other Mills. It was run ag;t'nst
the other make of. Mills of our city, at the Ohio"state
Fair, in 1830, when it drew a diploma, as the best
Corn Mill, and was awarded a fine silver medal.
Of these Mills we manufacture five Kize.? fr corn
and three expressly for grinding wheat fl;ur, '
The peculiar novelty of this Mill is, the under
stone is th.8 running stone, ia all coses. . There is no
limit to the speed, and as speed is everything in Tind
ing, it wui out grind any upper grinder in tho world.
Secondly: By thisi arrangement we aro enabled to
get grain into tho Mill with a very small cj-e. cer.se
qucntly we grind nearer tho centre, and of course
with less powoi than any upper runner can be made.
Thirdly: Oar Mill takes any kind of grain without
choking W e warrant against chohing in any and nil
cases. This is a great vexation causing delay and
trouble in all Mills whero the nprer stono is the run
ner. Of course, we mean small Mills, where the mo
tion must be high to do much bmduess.
Fourthly; Our Mills never take unjurr by mnnin"
empty tho under stone not touching the upper one,
no injury can be done. . This is an important advan
tage over all Mills where the upper stono i3 the run-ncr-
. August 23, 1351. vln!2tf
WINDOW, SHUTTERS 4',c'
HAVING been bought art! sl.irpea allow!.-,
we flatter ourselves we ire able it offer nr.
ducements as have not beroN,f jjtj been (Aral
We ask an examication o'.'our Gxxls and prlt? ,
fore purchasing elsewhere. .;Thi Ladies wU
our IStore a larg'j assortment, of
Kmuu u.N.i .ta i: lie rn::. Vi :
roplin?, t.mghniny. ictom Lar
Llmbroidered Ilabe?1, 1'taiJ
Silky, &c., JiC. LC.
ALL OF WHICH WILL IBS ISOLD VKH
Juno 7, 1S50. ; :.. ;.;. j. i
A. B. HOLLAIjird & CO. -
Ma'cMniits FinsIers tri GU.
, . .Troat 'Slrec':, Wot'of Sxii,
Would mast respectfully infma thclrfr'- .
tho public fencrally, t lit. they are - '
pared to execute ad orlcrs i:; -.hir line, wit??
ness. 'Having lately enlarged 1 heir six f
the increased fa:il:tiei they .mw possess, th-7 f -merit
a continuation of the liberal pa:rona;t II,-.r
has heretofore been estendol to- thcai. '
Saw Mill Engines cf:i(:HTy De
Constantly on tan ?: consisting of tho
bir on 1 Muley. Mill Gears :;vl every destrif
(. astings, warranted to be we i mi-do in ever?-'
Iar. . - . . .T) j H "
They have al-o a B oil ?r Void aitfteW'jj s
establishment, which cnabl'-S; tjem to V".
work in that lino furnished by them, id irr, 5
pared to work cn as rwwjocable terms i ? ' ,
siiop in the countrv. ,,
well to give us a call nn i cxaeiioe car'v'?"..'
' A. B. IlC'LALiSD
B. W. LKWIS
ni s. J. Bir3
will command a liberal share of trado from this and
adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies for American Hardware Manufacturers
together with a long experience in tho general 11!
ware trade, enables me; not only to defv all
tion, but ha3 convinced mo that the true principle of
" vxsu iviiu smaii prouts.
August 30, 1856. . rlnlgtf ... .r
MSSOURi BIYER PACKET.
IS new, elegant and fast rnnni
packet an freight steamer. E. A. OGDEN.
Price Iist. may be had on application.
ti. iiouis, ivug. ij, 1300. yi-ni2tf
SIIAW, BUEL &,BARBOU
, tiirORTllK3 & TOEBSRS OP ..
53 Pearl Street, Cincinnati.
L. BlBOCR, C. 6. SHAW. h. C. TTH. (I. H. niTinOTTrt
TKSZ"?? KrWETY BORERS, who can handle
Baldwin, Commanderf is now rnnnin" her regular tho spade, ara wanted immediately at
trips between St. Louis and Council fllnff ,Khi,
one of tho best freight steamers on tho river, having
BrowntiHe, Nebraska Territory.
Liberal wages will be given by tho subscriber,
J. D. X. THOMPSON.
B. W. LE WIS & BKOS. t
' MANUFACTrr.Er3 OP AIL r'.25C31TTICS
. ' GLASGOW, XISSOCM
mnANKFrr. r.r tb vwhi vz&'J?'.
X Wfl bnirw tirotA-,,m -r,.io(I fnm OUf S
friends and customer-', and while wpcc'-'ii-J v
ing a continuance cf the sarae.piadjio.T 'f
spare neither pains noreiumKi to merit t-ft
agJ cf the public, we beg' Icito ta aan-)
William J. Lewis has withdrwn from o ";
Thos. J. Bartholow is admitted a partner
date, the style of tho fii ra rea fining and ar,
that we have secured tho sctTiccJ of tap
G. Davis who will hereafter act ia tic .f1
traveling salesman in correction
Bartholow and will during the e?miaj '
sonally wait upon our custooiers for tb!,
soliciting their orders. ' Oursnock holiTtVv
year cf all descriptions is unanimous! .
quality of which cannot fail to P78"",; lo
tion to consumer?. B. W. Lb
Glasgow, Mo.. January 6, IS 55
THOSE wishing to purchase LOTS ia the Town of
Brownville would do well to give ns a call, as wo
have 60 Lots which will be sold very cheap far caH
Also, &Xots in OMAHA CITY, for sal. Una Are
of B. B. k J. D. X. THOMPSON.
Brownville, X.T. June 23,1335. i;f
ST. LOUIS AND COUNCIL
TIE steairer ADMIRAL, baring Vea f ;,-
cpaired and refittul.will ply reg,J1-u
a e rr ,
THE stock' holders of the Xeracha .LriJa
Company are hereby notified that it is necessary
to insure the immediate ere-tion and ct-mletion of
said Bridge; that the amount of stock subscribed, be
paid ia in full, before 1st, September.
By order of tho Board '
August 2, lS5S.-v2-n9-2t JOHN S. JUXXICK.
DAY & M ATLACK, Wholesale Dealers .
Dry Good., Eo. 57 Tearl street, between Wal
nut and Vino, Cincinnati, Ohio. v
St. Louis and Council BluS. during
1333, touching at Jcferson City, B.dvi.;;. ...
worth, St." Joseph, Savannah, ' Browarl,
Xebraska City, St. Mary, andrtl iotcrr,!'" V
Thankful for the patronage extcnW v, ,
MI UAL during tho p;ut goaior,' the "-' ? '
punctuality and dispatch, to n srit tic
of the- favors conferred by shippers, 3'
will receive all due attontiuiu
C1IAS.X.BAKW-" -0 -Il.A.DAilST.t
WE HAVE now reHulv f-r le
chantablc Brick. WESWLM
Ertwnvillc, Aaj-irt Z, IS3-J.
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