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X.AZA TE22IT0EY.- :
Hon. Y.w.v, B. Chapmait, Delegate in Con
gress from Nebraska,
arrived in this cit' yes-
froin Omaha City, which pace
he left on the 19ih nil. lie reports everything
quiet and prosperous throughout the Territory.
Emigration is pouring in from all quarter?, and
the countrj is settling up very fast. The In
dians, with whom treaties have been made and
Teserve3 assigned, are disposed to reside on
'their reservations, and have this year done con
siderable in raising for themselves corn for the
winter's supply. Tho Fawnees and Puncas,
who inhabit the land3 in tho western and
northwestern" parts of the Territory, never hav
ing made treaties with tho United States, r.od
consequently are receiving no annuities from
the government, are a little disposed to make
some troublo by' claiming some of tho lands
ceded by the Omahas to the Utited States'.
The Sioux on the Upper Missouri, since tho
chastisement given them by Gen. Harney last
year, seem very friendly disposed, and no fur-
. thcr difficulty j3 apprehended from them. Ne
braska, with her fertile soil, and position as
the gateway cn the great route to the Pacific,
must in a short time b3Com? one of the most
flourishing Territories, if not. States, in the
Union. -WasJunjton Union.
Vasiis:gton, Dec. 1.
There is no probability that the President's
message will be sent in to-day. The report of
Secretary of the Treasury will be sent oif this
p. H. to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and
' "Wasiiikgtos.Dcc. 1.
The debate on the admission of Whitfield,
from Kansns, resulted in the refusal to admit,'
yeas 97, rays 101. The Americans voted aye
and a motion to reconsider wa3 carried
Washington', Dec 1.
House. Mr. Phelps contended that Mr.
"Whitfield should be admitted n3 a represent
ative, having presented prima facia evidence
of election, and co one wa3 present to contest
his scat Tho credentials," ho said, should be
referred to the committee on Elections. On
its report tho House could decido as they be
lieved justice required.
As objections had been made to swearing in
Whitfield, the question of his admission was
put to the House, and decided adversely by
t Mr. Grow move! a reconsideration of the
vote, and to lay that motion on the table.
The friends of Whitfield' then commenced
a parliamentary struggle to stave off the vote
pn tho position until the arrival of absentees,
which proved unsuccessful.
" A motion to adjourn was decided by ayes
'and nays, and negatived.
Senate. The members of the Senate were
all present with the exception of Messrs. Bell
cf. New Hampshire, Bell, of Tennessee, Big
ler, Butler, Douglas, Houston, Johnson, Jones,
. of Tennessee., Mallory, liced, Sebastian,
Toombs, Weller and Wright
The Naval Committee was appointed to
wait upon the President, who would commu
nicato his annual message to-morrow about
The senate then adjourned.
The Fiu end Mcepeh Case. A special
term of our Circuit Court having been set for
the trial cf the alledgcd murderers of Jacob
Friend and family, on the 15th inst., much in
terest and feeling were manifested .on tho oc
casion, and quite a concourse of people were
, assembled to witness the proceedings. Tho
non-attendance of witnesses, however, induced
. the attorneys for the State to apply for a con
tinuance to the March term, which was grant
ed, at which time the case is agaia set for
trial. St. Josqih Gazette. ' '
Z Tort is now worth $4 at St. Josepli, Willi
art upward tendency. Tho price is $5,25 to
$G at St. Louis; at Cincinnati, $5,85 to $0; a
New York, $7,75; at Chicago, $1,75 to $5,37;
. The number of blind persons in Japan is
said to be enormous. In Jeddo, tho capital,
alone, 2G,O0O is the computation. There are
more blind people in America than inEurope.
In Europe there is one blind man in every
hundred. In Great Britiau .there arc 25,000.
THE KXGE0IS MSIKG.
Louisville, Dec 6 th.
HoriaxsYiLLE. Dec 3. Our little town is
tit) in arms at the present writing. "The ne
crocs are marching upon us" is heard from ev
cry mouth. This morning several messengers
arrived from Lafayette, a small town 18 miles
south cf Aophinsville, calling on the citizer.8
of th:.s place to come to their assistance, as
thev wcro momentarily expecting an attack
from about six. hundred negroes. About 150
nersoss left immediately for the seat of war.
They were under tho command of captains
.Jonc3 ana Jackson ana snenu uowan.
v Hcphinsville '.s strongly guarded. It is m
morcd that we shall bo attacked to-night. !
' shall write 3ou again to-morrow, would tcle
graph, but all communication has been cut off,
the telegraph poles being cut down. Our whole
community was thrown into a stato of intense
excitement this morning upon the receipt of
tho following letter from Lafayette
VlGILAXCE CoMHITTEE ROOMS,")
Lafavctte, KvM Dccembcr.2d.
Oentlemcn of Horkinsvillc: From reliable
information we expect an attack from tho ne
groes of the Iron works, on our town to-mor
- row morning pernaps to-mgnt; please come
to our assistance, as wo arc in great danger.
Yours, &c, '
JOHN 1L RUSSELL, Sec
Hon. S. A. Douglas akd Biudal Fabtt.
The distinguished Senator from Illinois was
married on Thursday last, at Washington; to
Miss Ada Cutts of that city. - The bridal parly
consisting of Judge Douglas and lady, Miss
Allen, Miss Graneer, General Shields, and Mr.
Cutts, arrived in this city the same evening.
Shortly after their arrival they were scranaded
"by a private pa;ty, and last night they were
serasaded I v th3 Keystono Club. To-day, wo
understand, they proceed to New York.'
FSladJ.jda Fcinsyhiinian Kov. 221.
Tsagedt in Axeucus, Ga. Dr. B. IL
llcrkins, cf Cuthhert county, Georgia, went to
Americus cn the 8lh insL, with $1,500 to pay
a bank debt, but was entrapped into a gambling
ho'uso ar.d lest it all. In a moment of desper
fvtion, ho ended his life by opening an artery
ia his arm. Tho afTair -created great excite
.rnent, and a public meeting was called by th
mayor, and resolutions adopted to rid tha town
Tns Hvstz r.irLE. A rrocf of the grci
dlstar.ee a Hkle rl Co vill carry a ba!l has been
Htcs &t Kaslclur.rb. Son: 9 scUlers wcro fi
nr &t a target at 1000 paces; laLorc.3 were
wrrk TO'D races be vend, which was thorrrct to
La a safe J.. --'.ar.ee; lut one of tho poor follows
v-;.3 racrt.'.I'y vcardei ly a bullet. A sheep
Lao beer. Jcatally LillcJ, in England, v.ilh
tli Z-:ll rlile, from a distance cf 2,500
"A THIVa ST EEAETY 13. ft JOYTonETErS.?
COLE'S VOYAGE OF LIFE,
Childhood. Youth, Jlasxliocd Old Age,
Fear Fj.IcnJid Liii Engraving?, from the Origmals
ngler .auiuio. i nies,
A GREAT NATIONAL WOKK.
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STATESMEN, tLe;bct accredited Jl'DGLS Or
AUT, at homo ard a'croad, together with tho
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stamps. ' . -
The Trade fopplicil on tac saost i
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. . Appropriate and tasteful styles of frames, prepar
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set. Boxing, pa-cUing and cartage from !l to $2.
Address the Voyage of Life, RcvA. K. WOLFE,"
yl.nHtf :...-Siios!cr, Icstitut Y.
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. . A GKEX1 WOUK COXrX-ETED I : ; ....
LIFE AND .WORKS OF JOHN ADAMS
Second Frcsi&eiit cf the United States.
- . epiteo.ey ms caisrsox, ' ''
: . . CIIARLES FRANCIS ADAMS. : :
10 vols 8vo. $22,50 vols, 1 & 10 just putlished
Of the writing, of cur Revolutionary worthies,
none have been presented to the piitlic with as mich
ability, care aid good faith, as th.saof John Adaui3.
The mi!a portion of the tabor devolved on Chairles
Francis Adams, who has devoted, to it several ycirs,
and has get an example of-thorsugh research imd
sound judgement, wki.h cannot le to highly com
mended. Krfas 17. GrincJJ. ':- . - .
. It is a work for tho gtatc-man't. real and 'study
a work especially eaitcd to young m:nr a work with
whiet ve can well afford t identify our national
reput'iion. Par it in JUcordtr. ": ; ,;
Eveiy student of American listory, American
laws, usuages. and institutions, should make himself
acquainted with theso papers, containing a3 they do
tha jelleetions of u mind cf great comprehension,
deep sagacity and extensive lcarnirjj on tho fumla
mcntal principles of government. National Era.
One of the most valuable contributions yet made
to American history, I'hlhidtljjhi'e Lulhtin. '
Such a contribution to American history we have
not had before, except in the collections of the Writ
ings of Washington and Jefferson. ' Probably in lit
erary value and interest this will surpass them both.
Iionton Transerijf. ' . -
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Wholesale c Retail Department
Ii. W. DOXXEIJj. ' ' A. 11. SASIOS.
. DONNELL & SAXTONf
Arrangement for Fall '507 Winter '57.
. THE PjEOrLTS STORE.
ST. JOSEPH. MO. ; '
New Goods ree'd by every; Steamboat.
Llore of .them: Cheaper than ever.
"T7E aro prerarcd. to offer Extra Inducements
V V ; this
season; and call attention to our laige
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, (Latest Styles)
READY MADE CLOTHING, .
WINTER GOODS,' ;
17. ts, Caps, Boots andi.'hoes, (b;x hundred casa?,)
Groceries, Xails, Hardware, ("roe'rery "Wapo te.-
. Cash paid for licmrv. cn udiuty, at all times.
Country Produce " "
AKTED, and for wbieh'we allow' tho Tiirh:3t
Market price , UOEE1TZELL CO;
THOMAS II. LARKIN; & CO., ..
. UOIIIIISSIOX MEECIIANTS. AXD ' '
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' -: ST. LOUIS, MO."' ,
Srepial attention givci to sales of HEMP, GRAIN
and TOBACCO. No orders takcn.forthc purchase
of Hemp, under any circumstances.. - :
GEO. C. ' FERGUSON. :
MILLWRIGHT AND ENGINEER
RHOWNVILLE, N T.
A NNOUXCES to the public, that he is prorared
"JL to erect Steam Saw and Merob'nt Mills at short
notic 3 and reasonable terms. .' ', . . . ; .'.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. -; - i ;
Ho is also Agent for - " - .
A. B. IIOLLiniRD & CO'S.,
. ' LEE & LIIWYITT'S
Saw Mamif Eicterjr-
CINCINNATI, a, ,.
And is prepared to receive and 11 order? for ncy ma
chinery manufacture 1 or kept on itand, by the;50 e-
tabhshment?. . . . . . '
Letters of enquiry, promptly atETcrod.' ' ' -
. REFFEREXCPS. ' - , r
Noel, Lake k Co., llroirnrille, N. T. Steam Mill.
Nuckolls "White, Rockport, Mo. t' - '
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vln31y. Brownvillc, June 21, ISjS.
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A riecorJ of Advcnturo, Exploration and
Discovery for the list Fifty years. 1
Edited by Bayard Taylor, Author of "Views Afoot,"
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. OLIVER IlENNETT & CO.,
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1 A. of goods from their own and other manufac
tories, adapted efpecukily to tho Western trade.
Purchasers are invited to exambie their stock,
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warranted c f superior yj.;v!ity. (..Vd.rs will receive
prompt and careful attention. ' ' "
S. BAJlDOUn, rroprictor. ' .
Comer cf Illinois avjd AVasliington Streets,
fTnlllS wc',l-kr.ovrii an.pci'ular IIool, has recently
X b-.cn re-built srj f' -l''J er.Iargi!d by tho Mdi
tion of ri..ty or sevt:tity room, and U furni?hed
throughovt vi-ith iiw an 1 beautiful furniture, a;.d is
in aUrespvt?, a Tirst Class Hotel. Travelers
will Mil th. J'a.mer ' all thcvc-.n ilssira !or i:oia'
fort, luxury nnl i.loi.-ur-i. The table will at
UK 1 no pains win te .par
cd t.. rrn.hr the sriv f.fi
gucits bi'in cciiiii.rtaii.e am pleasant.
. - TRY THE PALMER HOUSE."
Auut 30, 1S55. vlnl3-ly
FH02I THE KEVYSPAPEB ADVErwTISIXQ AGEXCT OF
VY S. SWYMMER, '
Corner oi uuve ana ..a:a fct?., tver ino ir v.k-
ir,? House of John J.- Anderson
, ' PAGE'3 ;iATUJT .
Portable 'Circular Er.v-IIill,
FOR STEAM AND nORSE TOWER.
THE most useful and cocefsary machinery' in op
eration: is simple in construction and easily kept
in order, andean bo moved on a wagon as reauily rs
a threshing machine, and put in operation at ft small
expense, "it will saw from one to t wo thousand feet.i
oi lamocra uay, wiin one icaia oi iix nurses, a.s uu
averago business, and in a better style tkan-other
mill3 now in use. It i3 enaily well adapted to
Steam, Water or Horse' 'Power.
"."The undersigned, "agents for tbfl patantce, would
announco to thepublio that . they now prepared
to furnub Mills, vith or without h(fse power, of su
perior quality and workmanship, with the right to
use the same, upon tho most favorable terms, at their
manufactory, No. 202, Second street, St. Louis, Mo.
"Yo have also th right for tho iranofactare cf : ";
Childs'.; Patent . Double .Saw Mills.
The successful practical operation of these mill 3
through tho count;y has been the moans of establish
ing their great reputation and with improvements
in construction and increased facilities in manufac
turing, we offer them to tho public with full confi
dence of their advantages. V . I
All orders addressed to us will be promptly execu
ted, and any information in regard to Jlills cheerful
ly given. . ; '.. ; -
Persons ordering Mills will plense mention the
State and County in: which they wish to use them.
XLN'GSLAXDS L FEItGUSON. :
r- i t ... j r - i I
Extension of Page's Patent. , ' ' '
"TOTICE is hereby given to the public, that tho
IN paent of PAGE'S PORTABIj. C1RCCLAE
SAV MILL has been extended for s.ven years from
Jcly 16th, 1S55. All persons founi violating thin
patent, or infringing on the fame, in making, usin
or vending, will be proceeded against in accordance
with tho laws in such ease made and provided.'
. . . . . ': - GEORGE PAGE, Patentee.
THE STATE . SUPERINTENDENT .'.
And Board of .Education,
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: Township Libraries of Indiana.
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others only into the more uopulou.. ttwnshing. 'The
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dock, cnosen. - A! any families will de.ire to own the
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Farr's Ancient History Much superior to
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modern research. 4 vols., Cloth, gilt, $3. Sheep,
library style, $15,50. "
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arp tho faithful iimninscs cf nine vcan cxncricnco
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- i r- 1 ..- A a . .
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AND COMMISSION MERCliANTS !
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JlV, Merchants to their large and varied stock of
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at the lowest rates of freight, and will receive daily
additions through ihc Reason, i Having purchased for
cash, they present more than ordinary inducements
to buyers, and will satis fy all that favor them wiih
a call, that they can and will compete wich St. Louis
prices. Aney navq in store: - . -
600 bags Rio Coffee 50 boxes starch '
40 O Q Java CoTco 70 do lemon syrup
100 chest and hf chests 250 whole and cf boxes
- asr.rted Teas ' candy -
180 bblreboiled and S II 300 doz cans Pieldj cele
Molassos brated Baltiijnre oysters
100 half bbls do ? " 100 bbls half ar d qr bbls
50 kg3 Iklcher's Syrup mackrcl v ; j
150 Ilhdi X O Sugar , , 600 doxen 8x10 and 10x12
60 bbls crushed 44 window sash'
80 bbls Tar ; - 100. hf bxs ass'.l giasa
100 stands do ' - 300 do bed cords
300 bbls- ft. hf blls crack- 80 coils manilla and jute
era oi various buuus
200 bxs tiss'd Tobacco
100,000 fLss'd Cignrs .
1000 sacks G A Salt
1500 sks Dairy " .
10 bales 4-4 Domestics
100 do cotton batting
125 do . do yarn r
500 kegs nails ;
4uu i cues wrajping paper
5('0 bbls S P and extra
.1200 qrand half bxs sar
80 dozen zinc rashbcards
50 nests tubs
75 dozen wood jn buckets
80 do. S C Soda
; 250 bxs star candles
And a general as-oriracnt of sundries txo numer
ous to mention in an advertisement.
Our consignment, 5,000 bbls Kanawhar salt, at St
Louis rates, freights added.
Orders are respectfully solicited and shall receive
prompt attention, and every enori mado to give en
tire satisfaction. ; . -September,
27, 1S55 . vlnl6-ly
Steam HillLumber. '
TT7E take this method of informing tho Publi
V Y that we have ja.it put in operation on what is
known as Sonora Isltuiu.i.ur miles above urown
ville, a first quality .team Sawmill, and wc now pre
pared to saw all kinds of Lumber on short notice,
and in a manner, we P5 confident will give satisfac
tion. . Wo will keep a Ferry toat to run t J tho main
shore, kr free use oi cur customer..
. ' : W. S. HALL & CO.
"tAME into my inclosure nbout the 1st of Agust
J 15o5v 3 yoke of oxen; inarfc?, coicr ana ege as to,
One ox, a bluo roan, moot!i crop jtnd -under bit
in the right ear; smooth crop from the left, and fivo
year. old. One red roan, sanio marks and age. One
yoke ox-its' pale red and wtite pied. S?une marks
and age a. above. One red os, with tush of tail off,
and smooth crop off left tar. Ono yoke ")xen one
white, u;rrer bit in left car. tinder bit in riht, an
looks as though it had been . ilit and the -ipper part
icrccvi cxr nro same as above, Udo liaxric brown ox
(tct o(T ri 'lit ear, and emoUi cror &e1 utdcr bit off
; rvTh! fir ri A. amil nrTrno-.A ,vf n m-q rt.-l rr Int f. h . r
v " . "V. lul"' I'yiJi
and payitg charges, within sixty days Iron: this date,
Given uader my hand,- this Sih day oi' October,
1S55. . Vi il. wi;ddij,
Koiaaha co., X. T., Towc-?aip 5. rlslSw.
Myi-iaOsof-'lIdclara-; riants:- 1,000 J '
v . Bushels Madura Seed.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES.
OVERMAN' f vMAMT;
.B!o5ni??ton, III.,' n
EG loan to apnonuce that they hare, for, a
;ies oi years,1 been engaged in the culture of
'and hedgo plants, and having been greatly
ly the ' success ot tno .iacluru liedge,
and stimulated by tae immensely increasing demand
for the material, they iuve so a d, the present season
on erood. new land, about 150 busheb of excellent
jecd the produce of which is eitimated vX fifteen
millions plant 1 1 which they offer for the Spring
trade. It would have rewired more than that amount
ci mi .
... . ... i -v n , . n ,H . tj :
supiJy ths demand the wst npriny. lto terms
for tlants will bo reasonable, and to dealers and oth-
rs crdarm? plA&to by wnoiewne, great inw?!ent3i
. - 1 " i ; . !
ill bo ouertxl. It l very imporiani, mai orucrj
lould be sent in FAT.IT, as they will bo res'istertei
n4 filled a tho osder in " Jich' thoy arc received,
or the last three Tears th.y have been unable to
upply tho demand, and it is probable that late or-
r3 cannot be filled tho next prlng, as tno Uemancl
is expected lo be four timet greater thaa heretofore,
Plants, will bo ccurely pcc4 n4 delivered. "oa
board the cars free of expense, except for cost of ma
They are al30 cxt.nsively engaged in importing
hedge seed, which- they sell ; cn tha best terms, and
alwav3 warrant fresh and good; orders for which
should br sent in prior to the 15th of October next.
l hey will be prepared to sprout seea lor such r3 no
ire it. V ' " ; '
ELiving Several . extensive nurseries, they offer, at
liolesale and retail, a large stock of thrifty Fruit
and Ornamental Trees. Vines. ; Roses, Shrubbery, -be
at the following points- to vit: Jioomington, 111.-:
Mound Inrsery, Oanton, III,; Henry, lAra wood, and
Havana, 11L . All Fruit Trees warrantei to ba of the
est varieties and tru. to name. AH information
heerfully given, and eataloguo and premium essay
oalledgeing sent to all applicants. Address,-
; - U - ; : i OV JSKMAH Jt MA.
Decl3, 1S53. r'i. . Jiloomington, Illinois.
W. & A. 8EXSENDEKFER.
IirOETT.3 AND WHOLESALE jKAIEK3 nr
lavana and Dbmesfie-Cigars &' Tobacco.
gOUTH EAST COEKEE PINK '& SECOND ST3 -
JEST- XiOXJXS, 3VTO- -
T"TTE have in store, and to arrive, avcry largo
. -V V I- assortment of the very best brands of llavana
Ci?ars., "We dp.iro, to call the special attention of
caah buyen to our largo stock, which we are deter
mined to sell very low lor cash., ihey eonsist, in
an, or ineioiiowiDguranus:
Prcntitudo Kegaliasj Diana Millars: '
Mi Dcstino do
Newton - do'
-Antiguedad " do .
Carnclia T : '. do :
Saluadora t ; do
Staffanonl do ?
El Sol do "
. Mcnsagero . do
Carventus : do
' Victoria ; do r,
, Iberia . do '
i Espcnola do ; " "
LaMonna do '
Kensag cro do'
' Emulaciondo '
La Yoz do
. Fortuno Londress;
Fidelidd dj .
Rcinas Sultana do
La plcra - d .
- ElboldelaDrimea do Doco Mescs d )
Figaro Cillindradosi I). B. Castanor. do '
" Prensado D. D. do J. Y. P. Fama lo '
, V do la Rama .do . Vignera Plantations;' :
P.L. . . do . Vellegas . do
-- Mensagcro Trabucas; Do la Cruz rrincipt'S;
.. Victoria -. do Barrios . do
Lcght Guarfl Opera, Star d
J. L. Panetelasj "Designlo Prcst.
May ' W. & J. SEXSENDERFER.
: . - McMechau & Ballentlne,
WKOLESALE Grocers ;and Omimission -Merchants,
No., 34 Lovco. St. Louis, Mo., between
Olive and Locust sts- have now in storo and receiv
ing the, largest and most general stick cf Groceries
they have ever ottered, which they intend to sell ot
tho lowest market rates. Ihcir stock . consists in
part of: - ' , . .......
3a hhdsiN.U.suar; 400 bbls clarified;
225 bbls loaf, crushed and powdered sugar;
350 do and hf do plantation molasses:
450 pkg3 Belcher's sy. molasses: 150 bl3 NOSH
150 hf hests lY II tea; 275 do Imp. G P and
JJUVCK go: . - , . . -jlI
150 eaiiks S. Carb soda; 25 do salcratus;
200 boxes Babbitt's saieratus;
275' do Va and Mo tobacco: .
75,500 Spanish cigars; 200,000 Hav and Cuba sixes
:f Aoi) Lxh star eanulcs; 111 casks currants; ; :
1500 bbls, hf do and kits 1 and 2, makerel;
, i ' 50 pk3 No. 1 salmon: 3000 bxsass'd tumblers
j 200 qt and pt flasks; 3000 nests tubs, 3 and 8; ,
550 dozen assorted pails; r.
1500 sks prime Rio coffee; 300 packets Java;
' : 75 saoki llocha do; . ' -;
..,'2503 kgs "Wheeling and Boston nails and brad
-.U : as36rtod 3d to 40d;
,. 75 .bxs Bait Cove oysters; 275 bales batting";
r 250'sks Eagle cotton yarn assorted; . ; . i
450 coils Man. and Jute rope; ' - ' ' :'
.150 bxs pepcrand pimento: 75 bbls almonds
t 150 drums figs; 600 bxs hf and qr M R raisins:
- d drums cod nsn; izs 0x3 do;
15 cases sardines hf and qr;
. , 350 boxes assorted piekles, ketchup;
' 350 bxs palm and fam. soan:39 do mould c'dl
: . 550 do asst window glass: 50 bzs carpet chain
150 doz zinc washboards; 50 gross yeast pow'ds
60 nests willow basket.:
-Together with a general and full stock of for
eign and domestic V incs brandies, xc.
"" 7IIOLE SALE GROCER. No. 130 Second street
V y St. Louis, has in store a large and well select
ed BtocK, whicn is ofierea at the jjket rates, con
sisting in part as follows: lJ .... .
:'370 hhds N. O. sugar; 200 bbls loaf, crushed &
1500 bags liio couee; 100 do Java do; '
150 bbls b. 11. syrup molasses: 850 do S II
molasses; - .
20 bbls plantation molasses; 100 pkgsmackcrc;
j.ou ooxes codnsn; i uo bbls i llmington tar;
"' 500 kegs Boston and Pittsburgh naib;
65 kegs fine 3d nails; 75 bags cotton yarn;
'. '50 bales carpet chain: 150 fin -ftrit.fnn fur inn
-! 100 bales wicking; 450 els Manilla and .fute
corlage; - . ; ' .
,100 doe plow and clothes lines; -''
400 boxes window glass, assorted sizes: ' ' '
"2000 lbs W. chalk; 300 do alum; 1500 do s'tpeter;
AAAIA 1 1 I (I I . . '
;uuou osaauurgeuci-e; iu Kegs sup. corb. goda;
200 half chests Imp., Y; II. and G. P. teas
.; 300 boxes Imp., Y. II. and G. P. teas;
' 450 boxes Virginia and Missouri tfjbacco:
: 100 bx. smoking tobacco; 60 do cut chowir gdo
iou px.siar car.oies; ju as sperm do; ;
300 candlo moulds; .
'250 boxes soap; 350 pkgs.ialcratus; ' ;
, 3 cases Ma. indigo; 6 ccroons S. F. do:
80 bg3 pepper; 45 do pimento; 200 bxs g'd .'ices
350 M. U. U. per. caps, Zal) mis C. & It. paper;
350 doi com. and fancy pailn, 1C0 no 3-boopdo;
,850 ncst3 2 and 8 qt tubs; 250 mats cassia;
1 25 cases prunes; 40 cks currants; 3 do maldcr;
' 5 bbls whiting; 400 rms wrapping paper; ' .
50 bales osnaburgs; brooms, zinc washboards,
chums, Ac, Ac, " ' ' ,' June 7, '56
GLASGOW &. BROTHER.
WHOLESALE 1 GROCERS, FORWARDING
AND COMMISSION. MERCHANTS, No. 50
Leve, have in storo and to arrive the following
Goods, which they offer for salo at the lowest prices,
rii " .- ; '. ' .. ". ' - i
1000 hhds fair to prime N. 500 boxes Veast powdrs;
' O. Sugar; . ' 100 kegs sup Carb Soda;
1000 bbls clfd sugar; ' . 100 boxes saleratus;
sou Uo If and crush'd do; 500 els Xdaniiia uoroage;
500 do S. IL molasses;
ri rv t . .
300 do Jute do
owt ao plantation ao;
10(1 tcs prime Rice;
1000 pks G, and B. Teas;
1000 bags Rio coffee;
100 do prime old Gov-:
ernmant Ja. coffee;
1000 kegs Nails;
1000 boxes Pm, Oleino &
100 boxes Fancy Soap:
800 do Star Candles
250 do Mould do;
50 do Castile Soap;
100- do Starch;"
300 do Va.nafd To-
200 do Mo. do; ;
800 do Smoking do; 1
1100 'do Cuba Cigars;
00,000 Reg. Cig. Imp.)
100 bags Pepper; ' -25
300 bbls k hf doMa'cT-
500 boxes Glass;
100 bales Batting;
509 dox Manilla k Grass
500 boxes Raisins;
25 bbls Almonds;
100 boxes Lem. Syrup,
300 do ass'd Candles;
100 Preserved Fruits;
100 do Meats; '
100 do rickles:.
100 do Ketchups;
100 do Olive Oil;
75 do Brand'd Cher.;
'50 do . do Peaches;
30 cases Canaccaa
- Chocolate; .
.: 40 do Wood bx match's;
50 do Sardine?, qaarter
and half boxes;
5 cases Citron; " '
10 bbls Mason's Blk'ing;
r I eases Nutmegs; ,
5 do Indigo;
50 do B. C. Oysters;
1500 reams Wrop. Letter
and Cap Paper;
200 doa Painted Eu'kts;
300 nests Tub?, 3'3-8's;
10 half -pipes; pure old . 53 bbl3 Malaga Wine;
Brandies; . 100 bkts Dennis Champ,
100 cases do -do - do: ' 100 do Ueid5:ck do;
100 bbls Monon. Whis'yi 50 eases old Md. Wine;
100 do old Rye Whisky, .20Q boxes Claret Wine;
very superior: . . . , : : . St. Louis. Mo.'
Joaelth, 1S56. : - .: r ' -, . -": .'..!
: "' "11 F011SYTII & CO.
And Freight 'Agents,
r . . OF TII2
BALTDIORE AND OHIO liAILP.OAD.
. : No. 3, OIIto Street, St. Louis, Mo. 1
: r-::':; :BEOW '& CO:," " "
So. 78, Main Steet, St. Louis; JIo.
...SPRING STOCK COMPLETE.
Tbo cheapest and most extensive Fancy
Goods and Yankee Notions Establish
,r mcnt in the, Western Country.
MEHCUAMS in search of cheap gao ls are invi
ted to examine our stock of silks, dres3 good.',
hawls. white goods, Embroideries, ribbons, gloves
ar.d hosiery, trimmings, furaihig goods and emaa
wares irenc.njly. together with 15,000 Parasols
cf the latest and most fashionable styles, at manu
Cash buyers, close purchasers, and prompt men
will find our stock adapted to their want3 in every
particular. A call from the trade is respectfully so-
August 23, 1353.
' - OREGON, MO. -
ROBT. L. 11ATTEN, Proprietor.
No puin3 or expense will be spared by the subscri
ber, to wake his iruests comfortable in every respect,
at this well known and highly reputable House.
"The Fcry' best attention given to an;ma by a
good and attentire llostler. . .
vl-n4 ', iiVi.iKi .JLi. iiAiiw.
'Y GROCERY. V
Head Quarters for Barga ins!
RUFUS R.. EDWARDS,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
Staple anc, Fine" Groceries, ".Vines,
Teas, Foreign and Domestic Liquor3, and every
thing else appertaining to the business of a Grocer.
Main, between Julo' and Second streets,
(Opposite the Fdgar House.)
. " ' ST. JOSEPH, MO. , '"
, . : ST. JOSEPH, MO.
; JAMES CARGILL, Proprietor.
"MANUFACTURES "and keeps constantly
ATJL.on band for sale, all kinds of Flour, I?Iea!.
and Feel stuffs. Orders solicited and promptly filled
on most favorable terms. Cash paid constantly for
Wheat. For character of Flour refer to everybody
that ever used it. -' '
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 30, 1S5G. ' vln!3-ly
Steel Flow" Factory,
Market Square, St. ' Joseph, Mo. ;
. . WILLIAM M. CARTER,
n rAxrFArTTTTrFTi nt Pnivr, T,wa r.rn
ono and two horso Plows and Shovel-plows,
Cultivators and Harrows. All orders fund.r five-hun
dred plows) filled immediately. Liberal discount to
wnolesaln purchasers. -
' CHARLES WEST. ' N. J. II'ASIET.
I "WEST & BIcASIIEN,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
Grocers and Steamboat Agents,
Corner Second and Francis Streets, '
(Opposite A. Beatio's Banking House.)
3t. Josopli, Tis3i30xxra.
A assortment of Boat Stores, Groceries, Wines.
jl-L Liquors, Meal, Flour, &c, kept constantly on
hand. - - July 25. 1S56. vl-n8
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
No. 163 Vine Bt., bet. Fourth aad Fiti
CINCINNATI, O. : '
C. F. O'DItlSCOLL 3c CO.
Manufacturers and dealers in News, Book and Job
Type, Printing Presses, Cases, Gallies, Ac., Ac.
Inks, and Printing Material of Every Description.
STEREOTYPING of all kind Books, Music,
Patent Medicino Directions,' Jobs, Wood Engrovings,
Ac, de. - . ; ,
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles.
Wholesale Paper Warehouse.
BUADXEIt, WARREN &. CO.,
WHOLESALE Dealers in Papers of every des
cription: . "
' Printing,- Folio Post, "
- Book Papery : ; Flat Cap, , .
.Manilas, : ..- Letter A Note," ,
Colored Paiiers, Medium A Dejnv's.
of tho very best Eastorn' and Wcetorn Manufacture,
ana tor sale at very low prices. . .
Cash for Hags and Rope,
BRADNEK, WARREN & CO.,
' No. 12, La Sallo strecr
Chicago, June. 23th. IS06. vl-nl
.. Improved Little Giant
CORN & COB PLANTATION MILL
rpBTE subscriber ha3 purchased exclusivo right of
X lerritory in the West, of the abovo celebrated
Mills, and is prepared to furnish them at all times,
cither wholesale or retail, and guaranteed in tho most
It is now more than a year since tho
"."'. "Little; Giant" V-.
Was introduced to the public, daring which time, it
has been constantly growing in the popular favor.
The improvements recently effected and patented,
makes it tho most perfect machine ever offered for
general farm use. It h furnished ready for attaching
team, and weighs a3 follows: No. 1, 225 No. 2, 330,
No. 3, 400, No. 4, 500 pounds. Twenty minutes are
sufficient to set one up, without mechanical aid, and
when onco adjusted, it can with safety be entrusted
to a boy. Full directions accompany each Mill.
TP na xr cr2 nt j3 : '
No 1, $35, will grind 8 bu meal per hour with 1 horso
No 2 40, " - - i
No3 -50, ' 15 : u . " 1
No 4 60. 20 u " " . " 2
ST" Liberal discount to dealers.
JAMES B. CIIADWICK,
No. 63 Locust street, bet. 2d and 3d
June 23, 185(5. vl-n4 St. Louis, Mo.
K. O. TRATT,
O. "W. CHILD,
E. W. FOX,
8. C. M ANSl'E,
CniLI), PRATT & CO.,
Direct Imjiortcrs, Jobbers and Manufacturers' Agents
English, French, German & American
. Hard ware and Cutlery.
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, &c.f &c.
130 & 141 Main St, cor. Washington Avenue,
ST. LOUIS, MO. '
I. 0. of G. T.
THE Brownrillc Lodge, No. 3, Independent Order
of Good Templars, meets every Saturday eve-
4 a rW 1 TT I n. ,m . . .
ring, at o cincK, at lempiars tiai, io. Z'i, Atlan
tic street (Thnrbur'3 Block). .
Alembera of the oruor visiting tne city, are respect
fully invited to attend, when convenient; and those
locating here, are earnestly solicited to join tho Lodge,
as we look for the support of all friends of Temper
ance, both male and female.
t or information concerning the O rie. ennuire of
Wm. Thurbur, Atlantic street, O. F. Lake, No. 27,
Main street, or Richard Brown, corner of Main and
First stroct. . By order of the Lod-o.
Mr?. C. E. THURBUR, W. C. T.
Attest: II. P. BUXTON, W. S.
July 23, 1655. vl-nStf
I. G. TUTTX.E. E. (J. TEHLEYj
H. VT. 8M1TII.
FulLL STYLES. 185G.
77 Main street, St. Lis, Mo.
MANUFACTURERS of Strav and Silk Bonnet?,
Importers and Wholesale dealers in Ribbor.
Silk Mil!in.ry,Flower3, Trimmings, Lace Good3, Em
broideries, Ac. -
Memhants and Milliners are particularly in
vited to examine our stock, before makins thcir-sprinz
purchases, 83 we (relying fully on the superiority cf
our styles, ) intend to olfer inducements equal, if not
8tipcrion, to anyjobbinj house in tho United States.
feeptemb.r 16, loao. . vlnl5-6m
NEMAHA CITY FERRY
Across tae Missouri Eiver at Nemaha
City, mouth of Little Nemaha river,
THE Proprietor informs Emigrants, Travelers and
the river-crossing public, that ho haa now in cd-
eiation good, large and substantial boats at the above
named point, and careful boatmen to cros3 person.
and teams from either da of the river, At all time
of tho day or night. The landing is s fe and easy,
ana ins rropnetor tases pleasure m tailing upon
tt.e public, for patronage. This X3 in direct roub
le Big Blue, Fort Kearney and that region, atd ii
t.e meat practical 'point at which t ross tha Mis
souri rirer. It is nine miles frorvRck Port, Mo.,
mid seven telow Browtville, y,s Tho best of aa-
ctmmodatiin3 to be had on citacr side of the riY.r.
i Ketc&La City, Soft. 20, 1856.-3t S. C. ELLIS.
Jrcnt Street, ne.r Et.anboat Lacdirg,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
' A. J I1UNEDICT, '
ANNOUNCES to tho public that ho hau taken the
above House, formerly kept 'by T. U. Edwards,
in Brownviile, N. and is no-v yrepared to aoccrao
datoall who may favor him with their tatronage.
Anew addition haa been built to tho hcu.? and ad
ditions made of Furniture and Bed ling,
R-.d ail ar-
ramrement.. now are such as to render t
equal to any in the Territory.
Urownviile, J uly 5, l$ob. vi-nti
yVT. II. AVILLIA3IS, ; ,
WHOLESALE AXD r-ETHI. TZ JLETt .I - '
STOVES & TINWARE
...... , Oronon,T4-o. ": '
rpAKES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or-
JL gon an! tho public ia general, that he has oa
band the most extensive stock ot btove.H ana l in
ware, ever offered in this market. My stock of Tin
ware i3 of my own manufacture, and is for sale at
holcsvlo and Ketail at bt. Louis prices..
I would call particular attention to my stock of
COU.h.iu i(JVis, comprising the most improved
patterns both Air-Tight and Premium. Anions them
may bo found Filly's Charter Oak, the besc stove now
in u3c, the Asiatic Air-light, 1 loneer and prize ire
mium. Also - -
Parlor & Box Stoves
Of various Sizes and Patterns, "which I wilt .
SELL LOWER THAN ANT HOUSE IN TOWN,
Particular attention paid to making and putting
np Tia Gutten, ia tho town and country. Also, re
pairing done on short notice and on reasonable term..
Old copper, Brass and Pewtac taken in exchange
for work or ware. W. W. WULIAtlS,
vl-n5 s ; . Oregon, Mo., July 5, 13jfl.
F0ETT THOUSAITD DOLIATS Wcrti of Goods
" at a snail advance oa cost and carriajfa ly
xxxixicia-. t2 n-flLWir,
KOCKPOIIT, no., , ,
a "mrxs: tss dixjIoi,
IIE-II-IIES LANDING MO. -"T
7E HAVE in store, and are receiving per S teata-
iV cn Ilannibal, Warner, Edinburgh and Omaha,
a largo and well assorted stock of :
Bonnets, . . .......
Medicine?, . ' '
Drug?, . . .
. , Sah, Nail.-,
- Clothing, ' .'.
Boots k Shoes,'
Hats k Caps,
CARPENTERS & BLACKSMITHS'. TOOLS AC.
All of which wo ofer at very low prices for Cash cr
NO nTJMBUG! T7e T7iH soil at S01IE KUCE!!
DILLON k nAWlT.
P. S. Ladies, if you haven't got a fine Silk Dress,
Shawl or Bonnet, don't blamo Dillon & Hawk, for
we certainly have the bc?t assortment cf Fancy Dress
Goods ever offered in this market., No trouble io
show Goods. vl-n5 ' D. A II.
: CHARTER OAK v .
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY !
Hartford, Ct. : -Capital 3200,000
With largo and increasing receipts securely invested
under tho sanction and approval of the Comptroller
of 1 ublic Accounts.
OFFICEftS. f . ' - . .
ALFRED GILL, Pres't. JOHN L. BIINCE, V. P.
JAMES C. -WALKLEY, Secretary. -
; " " DIBECTOES.
Alfred Gill. John L. Bnnee, Wm. R. Cone, Jas. G
Bolles, John A. Butler, Noah Whcaton, N. Hollis
ter, Sam'l Coit, Dan'l Phillips, C. N. iimphrey.
" BOARD OF FINANCE.
Geo. Beach, Esq.,Presidcnt of Phoenix Bank,
D. F.' Robinson, Esq., " " Hartford."
Hon. Isaac Touccy, lata Attorney General U. S.
Applications for insurance received by
It. W. FURNAS, Agent.
DR. A. S. nOLLIDAY, Med. Ex.
GEO. 1. LUCKIIARDT,
uk.xx.c5L J otvollor,
OREGON, HOLT COUNTY, MO..
rTHAKES tha liberty to inform the citizens of
L Brownville and vicinity, that ho has opened a
WATCH. CLOCK k JEWELRY STORE
In Oregon, Holt county, Mo., where ho will keep con
stantly on hand, and for sale, a good assortment cf
Gold and Silver WaU-hes, Clocks and Jewelry, which
ho will sell extremely low, for CASH. Also, a fino
lot of Violins, Accordeons, Silver, and Hated Spcc
ta's, Gold Pens with Gold and Silver extension
cas, Silver Thimbles, Ac, Ac.
He is prepared to repair Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry, of every description, in tho best manner and
on liio most rea3onab!o terms.
Every article bought in his establishment, is war
ranted to be what it is represented to be. Watch re
pairing warranted for one year. ,
July 26,1856. vl-n8tf
ESPK ESS' OTdPA R
GIVE every possible facility for the safe and
speedy transmission of
Money, Valuable Tackages, Parcels,
Goods, and Merchandize
Of every description, on reasonable terms.
PEixcirAL Offices New York, Buffalo, Cincin
nati, Toledo, Chicago, Dayton, lndianopolis, and all
the smaller towns on Railroads in the Eastern, Mid
dle and Western States, connecting at St. Louis with
Richardson's Missouri River Express. H. KIPP.
' July 25, lbo..-vl-n3 General bapenntendent.
IS. CRDEKBRY. USE.
JOHN W. TOOLEY.
(Successor to KOOXAN, TOOLEY f Co,) .
53 Main st.t Old Stand, St. Louis, .Mo. ,
IMPORTER, Wholesale and Ketail Dealer, ia China,
Glass and Quecnswaro, Yellow and Rockingham
Ware, Chandeliers, Lamps, Lanterns, Lookinrr-daa-
scs, Britannia Ware, Ac. Ac, with a great variety of
r ancy ilintio and 1 arior urnaments, direct from tho
Potteries and Manufacturers.
fiPNow arriving and in store, a full stock of the
above lino of gcod3, which is ofT.rcd to the Trade at
reasonable rates. An examination 13 solicited.
37On hand, Assorted Crates, for Country Trade.
N. B. Packing receives special attention.
September 13, 1856. vlnl5-Cra
OMAHA CITY, N. T.
REQUIRED to bo Jn attendance oTicially upon all
tha terms of the District and Knnromn fV.nrt .f
thoTerriUiry, tendorihisPrufessional nerviccs to such
i TT ... tr . . .....
as neea mem. no mailers niimeii tnatins lacuiucs
for gaining a knowlcdgo of the practice in each Dis
trict, will enable bim to cire satisfaction titsiirh n..
entrust their busine.w to hi care.
Omaha Oity, Juno 7, ISib.
J. T. DOWDALU . K. I. C1KK..'
DOWDALL, CARR & CO.,
Engine and Macliino Llannfactory.
Corner Second and Morgan Streets.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
MANUFACTURERS cf Steam Engines and Boil
ers. Saw and Grist Mill Machinery, Tobacco
Screws and Presses, Lad Kettles, Lird Screwi and
Cylinders, Wool Carding Slachines, Young's Patent
Smut Machines, Building Castings, Ac.
52"Agents for tho srleof Jamcj Smith k Co.'s
Superior MACHINE CARDS. .
YOUNG'S PATENT SMUT MACHINE. Well
tried, always succe?.--ful, fully Guarantied. Manu
factured and for sale by
DOW ALL CARR, A CO..
' Washington Foundry, St. Louis. SI.
SAMUEL SPEXCEtt CO.,
No. Eighty-Two North Fourth Street, Near Locust.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
j f ANUFACTUREB3 of every description of
111. Frame?, dealers in Painting, EigravicgH, Litho
graphs, Ac; IiOoking-g!a33 Ilates cf every size, and
framed to any pattern in tho best manner. .
Advertising Cards, Ac, Stained and Varnished or
r ramed at short notice.
Rosewood, Walnat and other fancy wood Picture
The Trade Supplied. Old Framea. Ac. Re-gil t.
O. I MASOtf,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
And Cieneral Land Agents, '
NEBRASKA CITY, X. T. ;
WILL promptly attend to Laid Agencies, collec
tions, investing money, locating and sellmg
land warrants, and all other business pertiinicT to
their prof ceiicn, ia Nebraska Territory ani Western
:it Portable rain
senbers have entered inn . 'L
ins.iiuio in v.iaciniati. a Uoi. Lvrf.i
The aixive inlls tre
signed at their shop ia Cincinnati, o8'
ccn bo famished ia &nyquntitTat.l-,rtr 't
ino aoove u...s warr.ntea t0 perfonrt m' "
3. in. diara., per tour 50 B. Corn 25 Yfc. W15:
24 u u u 25 U U
2n u u u u lft o - i
As this Mill tells its. own story, U is nai,
quote from our nuiaerou . recoronu'aUi, , 'J'
- - - 'Pginsat'n
-. Fresh ArrivaFof "T
. , AT ROCKPORT, Ht.
THE subscribers would respectfully ten,!
; thanks to their customers ani tho Publi c
rally for their liberal patronage he :ctof(ir .i :?
a continuance cf the same ! as they are d
to sell Goods as tow if not Iowit than
House west of St. Joseph. Having jQn f. lJ
lar"8 and wellseJcte.l Stvk nf Snrir,.. 1YC(
Goods; also a superior Stx;k of Family
with Hardware, GUsa and Queeisware. Fjrr;?np
Saddkry,Iron,Ac. . ' . utarv.
Como one and all,
' For well wo know;
- Again youll call, .,
We'il sell so low. .
Of Goods the best,
And prcfii small ,
YV11 beat tho rest,
; And suit you all.
Our Stock cf Dry Goods huving been parcha;
tho Eastern cities, we flatter ourselves that j
surpass our competitors ia the low prices ani
qualities of our Stock, and earnestly believe ;f-t
make by calling andsecin fcr theinMre, .f. .
purchasing elsewhere. C ARE Yr JONES, A tV
N. B. Country Produce of all kinds takon in
change at the highest prices-, for Gcodd. Jaae f -f
WHOLES ALB AND RETAIL
mlm WIm 3 w 1 f
o rr r. sy '1
Has in Store:
Pure White Lead,
Cream of Tarter,
Sulpher Carb. Soda,
Vol. Oil do,
Ncrver and Bone do,
Blue Ston'j, . "
Saint Louis Glue,
W'hite Ziu'i do,
Ijoudon's do, " .
Davis l'.tin Killer,
Tahncstcck's Vcr, ,
Stone's Cough C;inily,
London s do,
-iicLrfiuc s u vcr 1 ills.
In addition to tho above, 1 have the larjr.it Stick
of Druggist and Physicians Shop furniture, Chcui-.
cals, Surgical instruments, and Patent MKlidcna
ever offered fur sale in this C juntry, ,
Merchants and Fbysnciar.s of Iowa, KanMJ and
Nebraska, are respectfully invited to rive me calL
June 7, 1S50. DANIEL ZOOS.
A. B. HOLLABIRD & CO.
Tront Street, 7ast of . Srtitlt, :
Would most respectfully inform their friends ani '
tha public crcnerall v. Lhat thev are now pre
pared to execute ail orders ia theirline, with rrompt-
. TT ; ! . ..i . . .i.
uvs. iiarin idieiy cniarg:u ineir snop artti wiui
tho increased facilities thnv row tv thY hor tn
, . . - t t j i
merit a continuation of the liberal natrona:! which
ha3 heretofore been extended to them. :
Saw Mill Engines' of every Description. -
Constantly oa hnnh consisting of th. Sash, Circu
lar r.nd Mulcv. Mill Gsara nnri
(. aatings, warranted to bo well mado in every parlicn-
establishment, which cnablci thcra to oversee all
work in mat lino lunushcd by them, ...ml are pre?
pared to Work Oil a reannnKlT, -r-m m mnv nthor
shop in the country. - - , .
Those in want of anything ia our I'jie, would do
well to give us a call and ex.uni'jo our new pattern..
A. Ji. liULAlUlD & WJ. -
B. W. LEWI3
JAMES W. LEWIS
TU03. J. U.VRTIIOLOW '
late TERX n.lRTUOLOW...
B. W. LEWIS k BI10S.
-IANTPACTCREr.3 OP AT.I, PrsCRIinON OF
' GLASGOW, .MISSOVilL ' : ' '
THANKFUL for the very liberal piilronage that
we have heretofore riccived froia o lr nuiterom
friends and customers, and while respectfully solicit
ing a continuanco of tho same,x-lcdgini oursel rcs to ;
spare neitherpains norcxpens-j to merit the patron-.
ge of the public, we beg leave to announce that
William J. Lewis haa withdrawn from our firm, nd
Thos; J. Birtholow is admitted parttr from thi.
date, the style of tho firm remaining unehangt,aDd
that we have icurel tho services of lipt. (Jeorg
O. Davis who will hereafter (ict ia ths capaj tjof,
TRAVELING 8ALESMAS ?n COUUCCtioO With Oil Mr. -
Bartholow and will dcirlng tie coming ScMor. pcr
fonally wait upon our cu.ctomtTj for thop.arpce d
soliciting their orders. OurtKk helit-vcr from last
year of all descriptions ia utar.iaioasH' large; 1h.
quality of whlth cannot fail to icive entire aci3fac
tion to consumers. . , B. W. LEWIS A Bros.
Glasgow, Mo., January 6, 13.)5. .
J. D." WHITE. '
manul wturo tho J. C. Reed, pa-ent p 4 tf
Mill ar.d arc cow prepared to furnUh'''15
want cf a gxd Cora or Wheat tv"
bility, siinplict j and economy; c:ccel aJ
It i3 adapted to all Grain grimlintYP.
to all others for the most..xter; .V'sUv
, as it is for grmdins tho Farmers f,.e it'W
ride:t '&' -white, ,
: . NEBRASKA CITY, N. T. - .
HAVING mado arrangements by wt ich w j will
receive accurate copies t-f all tin Tovr.minp
embniccd in the Eatern pwrtiou of Jt".bnwl.n, we
are now prepared to oifjr our i:rvu:e to the
"SQUATTERS OF TUK TERRITTORY . "
In rilin? Dccliirntory Statem-sats of
Intention to Preempt. Securing .
rre-cinptions, Locatiaj; L8ji1 '
. Warrants rhu -r
LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT & SOLD. .
Laud Entered on Time, Ac," I '
Particular attention rrJ.A T'.-i.r.-. . ,.i s.,-TTn
Property on comiuAion: Al-x to makiu" Collection.
e . 7 n. . .
ixwi lyrmiraiii rcmuiancc. to any part oi the Ltiou.
Blanks of all kindd always on hand.
RID EN k WHITS. -
REFERENCES. .. -
non. A. A. Bradford,
St. Jowpfr, Mo., ,
Messrs. Dnlmaa A West.
Peter A. Keller, .
June 23, lSitf. vl-n4
VTA. R MARTIN,) i q r P JO. C. MARTIV '
Now Ycrk. f lOU. 1 SI.LooLs
1MARTIN & BJIOTIIER.
TIIE OLD OHIGIXAL CLOTHIERS; '
So. Ill AJD Ko. 1 II Ad STSELT, .
st. ions, 3io. . ;
FIR the arrroaching spring, we wiM hare a TRE
MENDOLS STOCIOF CLOIUISG.uiAaiiJM
turei by ourselves in New YorJ:, esresjly t- thL
Ia point cf STYLE, QfJALITT ivA 1RICT, wo
defyany anl all compcti.i ja I Wo hue tuirkeJ
down our price very low, as we in '.end sallies to aina
but , ... ' y ....
cash axd pn oxi'T :rrx . - ;
To such we would ax a thorysg1 cjL;i;:.a' cf '
our Stock btifora poxh-;i:. 'i
' 3UST1N i EO.
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