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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1856)
i Z r-rv s. Editor.
T' IV. X
eeceiieef: 25, is:s
i Advertising Agent, in
e.T?: Vr. New York.
No. 43 Chestnut CTree i, Saint
; es. Archer. .Vbracka.
u iwili Oregon,
Ar, -Ncbra-k. City, N. T.
!. Tt,M IrmVC N. A-
'fcr the Advertise, "cicve
ttc arc, dear reader, cxi tke
eve of another New Year! Ilowiar.cli
"fun, sport and pleasure" flowing out
from the hearts of millions all over the
civilized world, at the return of these
glorious Christmas times? Happy,
thrice happy, are we to -witness the
return of suchunivcrsalrejoicing. This
is the season to bury all animosity, all,
all, should be forgotten, that tends to
mar bright scenes like the:5e, and let
gladness, joy and pleasure "be enthroned
1 v r t t
.licit Subscriptions and i uuuia ui e cry xiuniaa ueiiig
i . . 1
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re55 : . Sates, cften to us
r.-;, i r"4"-';. - ' tir u;i ncighiwrho.
?T CTlomc subscribers if thej could see
Sfc&iKf- c always send spn-
I rrT . niir subscriber. Tnst-
a, .vTTi-'-- oSieicnt interest to make
AthTu- per cent for their
.l T3cc extensive 'actions cf new
: toozel IaSfi. Bronzy Oirds, &c,
Tht-Adrdsei''-055f we claaa to
I V. -r- cut Job Y ort ia z Earner uu
I "i'iV J.;t cSce. The rirorietor being
sjfi u i- 1; , j cxpeneaced
j Pi.7 c-;rr -laed not to be
. T 1
"We congratulate yon then, dear
reader, on the return of Christinas, and
hope tvc may not forget tc thank, an
overruling Providence for the many
blessings enjoyed by us during the year
which soon will be "numbered with
the things that were'
ims-sjiZA Linn ernes nones.
Uary enquiries having been raade uwhea
tac Iarid Ofice will be open for Pre-Emption"
we Lave to siAtc, thit our Tract Books were
Bent frora Wasli uitoa on the S:h icst (via St.
Lon'ia). A3Eoaasr2;oiveil, we will give no
tice whets I're-c nip tors can prove, &C-, accom
panied with extracti from the pre-emption
lavs, showily what will be required of those
chiindiJ- the benefit cf the same.
J. A. Pazezk, Esgister.
A- TL GiLL-iioix, Eoceiver.
Ocsaba, Xot. 22, 1B36. : .
Iieliions Services will be heM in Brown
ville, en each Loria day, at 11 o'clock, and
Lao every TharsJay evening at eatiy candle
TniXLD VEAH or .
f Foster's Latest improved Lrd
,v ; i n nrs. rronze
fec. .eel T.ith rart:c
2;Jtaccc'wni be prcmptly
vtunted to give sa,
PXAPH1S. OXE J&P ALL.
ariai cur. alscnce' the Editorial
-, ..f A d vertiser ' will
The BnovrxvrLLE Lyceum held its
first meeting on last Fridav evening,
at the Seminary, and may be considered
fully organized and established during
the season. We feel T.leasurc in seeing
a spiru oi UU5 cnaracier maniiesiea v eogh. do.
CAiiruLLT coimncTED rj.cn yteee: et
.nCEELTTZSLL & CO.
DEALERS IN PRODUCE.
Beowsvuxe, N. T.
FirB., t raiik of 100 2a '
Coax i'XAi, t tashsl-... ....
Cosn, in the car,oli ' bushel
; Oits,-5. buslic!,-- .... .
Tsa, - -
Sh HiiJr-a, ......
our enterprising citizens,
and bespeak i PaTA10ESf v bV,hei, tew.
a full and respectable attendance for i CrrTI3 "
. .... . ic
discussion to-mcrrow f
I! EM All A VALLEY BANK.
evening afirmcd, "That the Repeal "A. ll.iu.iir, Cash'r. S. IL Hidelx, rrcs't
of the Alissouri Compromise was
tv-t-v.v r.--:'.rr.enc;nfr wi
rrc?c a gentleman well known
.vj Cra!iity;' and cue eminently
crised to A'Oth amuse and instruct
i o''viilk C'Triluctcd by Mr. C. S.
I L!u:: a joung man cf ability, ex-
f 'pcr'eace asl integrity
1' TVcL?rc the two may have a pleasant
I " saa's iatereourse with "Advertiser
1 ::r;ii, and -that neither parties will
i bTccKLse-to rerret their brief con-
serJoa; 'anl that lots of subscribers,
cs, icmav be the una! result.
Affirmative: R. Brown, II. S. Thorp;
Negative: G. TV. Rratton, A. S.
rr.Eiiirii Chewixg Tobacco. TTc
have received from the Agents, Jen
xlngs k Siirrii, St. Joseph, a package
of Lewis & Duo's., Tobacco, upon
which the Premium at the Missouri
State Fair was awarded. ITe "use
the weed," and profess to know what
OFFKRIXG DAYS, MonOAjs-uul Thursdays.
Dig COFXT DAYS, Tuesdays and Fridays.
BANKING HOURS, from lit oTebcr to
lit Marcl, ID A. JL. t6 S P. U.; frcra 1st March t
1st X vcuiU r, 9 A. il., to 3 P. if. Cm
IIUKRA1I rOR YOOG AJUIIRICA ! !
THE CHEAI'EST :
UJfVEIl TEE SUXH!
rlE tmLTs'gnei would re?pectfiil!r iufim the
citiren of Nebraska, Br-jwsvillt- acd sitrrcund-
j iu cou'irry. tht we hare opened oae cf the cheapest
; &ad largest tUxk f
Ready Made Clothing
Driag Oar sojourn at the Capital
V? 5h"all, in the shape of editorial cor
::?ronicace. keep the readers of the
irrcrtiserv thorouhlv posted not
cir Legislative proceedings, but
s cf interest cf everv character.
is . T00d TobaCCO, and without any iu.?.ra Territory! We ttercfcjo respectfully
7 elicit aeall and exanurij our stock Uaore pnrehafiE"
tl whore, we are determined to undersell anj
hesitancy whatever, pronounce the
sample the best we ever used, and while
we can get it will use none other.
Lewis & Dro's. manufactory is at Glas
gow, Mo. The extensive house of
Jennings & Smith, St. Joseph, Mo,
arc agents, of whom this Tobocco can
also be obtained.
Teesidexts Message. This docu
ment, being the President's last An
cal Message, is before us, but its great
length excludes it from our columns.
Next week we
it a more
.. 'Yielding, with our usual complac
i2i, and, condescension, to the solici-
o:;tcs of the Editor to take charire of i
.. wifaL,v darbg his absence at the
Ctfof'Chnaka: it mav not be inar-
rxnate to accompany our dUtinjuUh-
debut with a
fie Advertiser." as every reader
ell Wws, ever since its first advent
2 1 . .
c prosperous town 6f Erownville,
j eschewing all. political alU-
ces .to tie letter; even durin- the
! T rcip-of-an-iiifcstiaal disturb
The Thirty-fourth Congress cf the
United States, convened at the usual
time and place.
General "Whitfield, delegate from
Kansas, came forward for. his seat, but
was denied it by 7 majority.
It is presumed, when all the mem
bers cf the House shall have arrived,
there will be little, or no doubt of Mr.
Whitfield obtaining his scat.
Clothing Eitallishment in the Terriioiy. We hare
cow on hand a laro a??orimciit of liiady Made
Cicthicr: alio, Shim, tVdars. Crtrat, Handker
chief?, Sr'v?, Corafoni!, UEderihirt.1-", Drawers, etc.
a.1 cf the losi qaaiity and latest gtyie.
Pieaic cxiciine oar stock and sec l'oryoi5ef.
SIEGEL & CIiEEXEi3AU3I.
KTOcr On the Lctcs cear the Ilotel.
UiiiirLTLIe, Decera'jer, 25th, 1S;3. vlii27-tf
T. B. CTHiXa. 30EX C. TTKK.
CUMIUG. k TU3IK,
Attorneys at Law & Ecal Estate Agents,
oaiaha city, n.
T T7ILL attend faitJifully and proicpily to all l.nsi-
V nets; entmsi-ed to them, in t'ae Territorial or
Iowa Cooth, to the jmabase of k-ts and land, cn
trie? nd pre-enir uoas, collections, Ac.
Office in the secoui story of Htnrj t- Eootsnet
bcildiri?:, nearly opjioaite the West-sm Esiang';
Evink, laraham street '
. 27, 155. Tlt5tf
The macagemt of tliis tiQvr aad popular
Iastitation annoTiace, with pleasure, that ar
mneni exits for the third year havo been com
pleted on the most extensive scale "Works of
American Art, aad the encoaragemeat of
American genius, have not Ixjcn oTerloosed.
CJommissicns havij been issued to many distin
guished American Artists,and a special Agent
ruis visited tae great Art Eeixisitorics of Eu
rope, and made careful selectors of choice
Paintings, Eronzo and Marble Statuary, &c
AmorgVhich arc the following exquisite pia
txs cf Sculptare, executed from the finest Ca-
tara ilarlle. '
t The New and Beautiful Statue of the I
"WOOD KYMPH" . !
The Busta of the three great American 1
' CLAY, WEBSTER AND CALHOUN.
Palmer's exquisite Ideal Bust
Together with the Bast3 and Statues in
APOLLO AND DIANA.
The Struggle for the Heart, PsycheYenus
and Apple, Child of the Sea, Magdalen, In
nocence, The Little Truant, and the Captive
Bird, i Besides which, arg ' numerous Statu
ettes in Bronze, Medallions, and a large and
choice collection of beautiful
By leading Artisss; the whole of which aro to
be distributed or allotcd to subscribers of the
Association pmintiouf !r, at the rext Annual
Diitrlbution oa the 2S;h of January next.
Terms of Subscription.
The payment of Three Dollars constitutes
any person a Member of the Association, and
entitles him to
I First The large and costly steel Engraving
" Satcedax Night," or any 01 the month
ly Magazines given below, one year..
Secost A copy of the Cosmopolitan Art
Journal, one year an illustrated Magazine
Tiiied A share in the Annual Distribution
of Works of Art, comprising a large num
ber of Paintings, Sculpture, &C., &c
The following Magazines are furnished to
those who prefer them to the engraving: Har
per's Magazine, Godej's Lady's Book, Knick
erbocker Magazine, Graham's Magazine,
Blackwood's Magazine, Southern Literary
Messenger, U. S. Mrgazine, Mrs. Stephens'
New Monthly, and the British Quarterly Re
views. LIttelPa Living Age, (weekly,) and
two Memberships for $5.
Thus it is seen, that for every $3 paid, the
subscriber rot only gets a three dollar Maga
zine or Engraving, but also the Art Journal
one year, and a ticket in the distribution of
Works of Art. making four dollars worth cf
reading matter, besides the ticket, which may,
in addition, draw a Beautiful Painting, Statue,
or other work of Art of great value.
No person u restricted to a single share.
Those taking five memberships are entitled to
TTh .Iesale and ItvUil Dea L-a in
HATS & CAPS,
sr. Joseph, mo., ;
TT7E hmte the attention of our fiier,'!5 cnl th.-
' Treble geiieraily t t-in- nnuaaa'.ly larjre st-xk
of the a!.ve goods, which we dc:ii. scllajg at jTiccs
to suit U10 tiru?3.
I'c-iri.: to increase our limners, Tso will cfer
every r js.-ible advanUre to buyers, either at whole
sale or retail. Iking lrrtctical Hatters, them
sclres, they have decided anvaatage in buying
their stock, of goods ovtr those cnaetiuaintcd nith
the trad s. " , , ..
Merchants vintinj onr city are invited to ciaminc
our stock before pr.rchasijig elsewhere.
Our Keiail Departiaciit wo are detorrained
shall net fcc c::ecL.cd in point ol variety by any
House in the West.
JOHN COLHOUN -fc BBOTHEB,
Sljn of the Padlock, oEe door below the Post-OSce.
ST. JOSEPH, MO. :
TTHOLK3ALE AXS "EST AIL DEALERS IX
HARDWARE AXB CUTLERY.
A EE notrreijeivin a fall and complete assortment
1 A of all kinds of Hardware and Cutlery, to which
they invite thtj attention of purchasers. Our stock
having been purchased on the most advantage
ons terms, wr; are determined tc sell at such prices
as will be satisfactory to buyers.
Do aot forget to give us a call lefore yon purchase
elsewhere, or you may rerf t it. "
J. COLdiOLLV & I3KOTI1LK.
ur Dance m
rOse pre iirv. to our borders, over
' our land with mourning,
wa- t6 the happy fire-sides of
' a thrill ef annish and sor-
n c -ee, to description!
-ewui flit's 01 oistress and
t.MieJ have thus Leen enacted al
u at cur own doors, not a shadow
. t v . ncr prctcrcnce has found
the columns of the "Ad-
' -ft be neutral-in politics in an ae
3,,-most assuredly, requires a
1 ie uduuta-
j of anj newspaper under such
t -wicuons, must be clearly apparent
v, all who reflect a moment. Our
Viou-is not to be expressed on suh
destined to a"ect the "weal or
of our country. We must be
cr render our paper obnoxious to
V The "Wandering Jew" who gather
ed hazelnuts and hunted Turkey, here
last spring in writing us a few days
since, says, he is getting up a "New
Stove for the Nebraska Market, called
the Royal Arch Double fined, lurch
pressure, Etheopian Incondescatcr.
It has G ovens and a double acting
force pump water tank, which will
supply both cold and hot water, for
culinary and bathing purposes, filtered
as pure as that from the Lepen Springs,
by means of an attaclied coal dnstl
and lime extractor. It has 4 "wash
boilers 6 coffee boilers, 1G teakettles,
lb pots, 20 skillets, 1 fil.it iron heater,
together with 5G old fashioned tin
kitchens, 47 plate warmers, 4 gross
Peace in Kansas !
C. F. JEXNINGS & CO.,
FORVAHDiHG & COMMISSION
White CIcr, Kansas Territory.
Pi.oiAL attention given to Rtceivir and For-
Traruuig uc-Ohj cf every descript ion.
"TII1 Ixep a hirTi and comjilete assortment cf
GROCERIES A2D DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, &G, &0,
At tie Lowest Cos Prece!
Doc, 25, 1S5. vln2S-Gm .
S. S. IEGSA3C E. H. KXDELE.
E. R PEGRAM &. CO.,-
GENERAL LAXD A GENTS,
COUNCIL BLUFF'S. IOWA.
r,- -.OT n - . , iiU0 ame irons, 1 xoasi
My estrange cast 01 mind. Tip t . . . . . '
a Jyiabub churn; also t
u-ap 10 catch Cockroaches, and other
insects: will boil, bake, fry, broil, stew
and roast simultaneously-, will preserve
the compaction of the cook, rock the
cradle, mind the children, nurse the
kittens and scald the deg; has a ther
mometer in one leg, and a boot-jack in
the ether: besidpa x. r
tt,iu- an 1:1 1 :!''!-
eled by neutrality;
Y f-eat on the vital questions in
J:lin the CTcat political stml
"uatcs itself into our columns
e-natory of that party nor this
Jjyr' acts rcgnant with villany and
r?tica .C'f llie Wackcst dye "must
"scathed and untouched.
. ' c &preeate, we despise neutrality,
GREAT U. S.
From Kemahi Ajeny, in Kansas, to Vie
vwtilJt of tiit Nuoicay Hirer,
millS LYSE mai M one trip per -reek, cr.ch. -rar
x stcTJoits at the "rriwiral towns on the Missouri
River. Uood lla;k;5 all the way thrcjuh, and good
hories iid nice yours men for dnreTs.
J. B. Jt AV.'EEXXET, Contractors.
Dec. J3,1S3. ln27-ly
TVKEN UP by Uie rubscribrr on the first cf Octo
ber, one rvd sxeer f the following deacripticn,
jrd horns, Llinl in ona eye, three cr four
rnent underneath to burn brick, and
yejirs c-M. The owaer is required to prove pror.srty.
mv cLaj'-2S. ,t- Uike awav rithin thirty dav ft m
Dm. 10, 1S3. "St . ..
:x Enravics, or anv five of tha Magazines,
oae year, and to six tickets in ths Distribution.
The Cosmopolitan Art Association.
Thi3 new Art Association, organized June,
Soi, is designed to encourage and' popularize
tho Fine Arts, and disseminate wholesome
literature thron shout the countrr. It is un
dcr the direction of a .council of members,
whose services are honorary, and who receive
To accoraphsh atnuv national exject, uniting
jrreat public rood with pnvate gratiacation, at
a smal individual expense, in a manner best
suited to the grants, habits and tastes of the
people, the Committee have adopted the fol-
Everv subscriber of tehee dollaes is
member for one vcar, and entitled to all its
The money thus obtained (after paying nec
essorv cspensca is applied,
Fiust To the production cf a ianre and
costly steel Engraving, and the purchase o
tne leaair.g mommy laqazir'ef, a conv o
either of which is furnished 0 the member for
overy three dollars paid bv him.
Second lo the purchase of ramtings,
Sculpture, Bronzes, &c, which aro annuallv
disfnbuted bv lot among tlio memoers, jree,
each member wing entitled to cne share for
everv three dollars paid by him.
THiar To the puolishmg of tne Uosnio-
politan Art JovrnpZmch is famished gratuit
ously, to aa memccrs unnng tne yesr.
The great success attending the Association,
has made it universally popular, wherever its
plan and objects are known.
It cultivates and encourages the r me Arts
and disseminates sterling Literature" through
out the land; thereby adapting itself , to the
present wants and tastes of the American peo
ple, enabling both rich and poor to make their
homes pleasant and attractive by the aid o
Sculpture, Paintings, and the best reading
matter which the wide range of American an
Foreign Literature affords.
Fersors in remitting fnnd3 for membership,
will please give their Post Of2ce address rx
full, staling (he month taey Wish . the Maga
zine to commence, and register the letter a:
the Post Office to prevent loss; on the receipt o
which a Certificate of Membership, together
with the Engraving or Magazine desired, will
ho forwarded to any part of the country. 1 or
K. W. FURNAS, Agent,
Brownvilie, K. T.
C. L. DERBY. Actuary, C. A. A
At Eastern Office, 313 Broadway, New
York, or "Western Office, 1G5 AValcr Street,
"'t AMI, into uy inelofure la,?t Acjrut, a black sow
V witii trtito ?potf on her and lire pigs. ne own
er his 4d the ri3 and left the sow in my possession
The eir esse is one bushel of com w- month," and
"this advertisement, and onles paid withm thuty
daT, the sow to be sold to tne hirli-st tidier,
bee. 19, JAME.S EXTWISTLE.
,r , : p-r ieeunzs, tne pa
. . ca cut, must be followed.
' v. f.rLsoliasif thc E,iitor nsers
L caehour ever his time, un
c sVcr tanner t?.-r-5
8-. ' 1
--cttne sanie course as usual.
neiples .inscribed on
it to est "maiicrs
tDlo hoped, will
hatch Chickens. It ! TAKEX UP by the nibscribcr on the 6th -day of
viii to mc iikuju jl L'ei.-cnioeT, iznt uiree scray eaiue 01 tne
non 01 coots, one fireman and i
scullions, and consumes 35 bushels of
coal per day.
And underneath this Stove the bread and i.ies,
Are put to raahe them quickly rise
Boots, Shoes, and Socks from dirty feet,
All huddle in this warm TeixeaL,
Such a stove would only he in keep
ing with this fhst cge snd countrr.
We see that our indefatigable Del
egate in Congress, Hen. B. B. Chap
ilAX, has introduced a Bill providing
for a Surveyor General in this - Terri
tory. Srrrely this is something much
needed, and we hope it will ha carried
mr description: Oae rpotted cow, 4 years old, and
KLtoth crop o2" right etvr, one pale red slirhtlv rcan
eow. bush cf tall tff, no mark or brmd; one calf.ri.
ant ta t, erop on ngnl ear. The owner cr otoss
are riquirej to p ve prcperty and pay ehanres with
in thirty days. J01I XOG. "
. jTowu. f, 12 milt dno W. from Brownville,
Iec. 19, 1355. 3t
TijTjCaiiral Ohio cnl aU around!
OUIl FuAli of rrs.it Tre-:?, ic., for k.Io it a pres
ent Fall and next Srrin, is very lare and Cas,
including all the Trove 1 varieticJ r-f JLrtk,
I'ears, I'eaches, CcerrLd, Ay-ric tj, Nectarinos. n:s
Qainecs, Gripes, Carrsnts (iw-hcrrics, lia -7 berries,
baravacrries, cte. r' - 'A.Z tare Las been taken to
proeure and pr-papate ir. ily such vnrictk cf c:u h
tlass as are foend Wt roIUxl to the svi! and climate
of the "West and South. -:hcre mrt cf the winter
frait?, cipeciaL'y cf the Eastorn Sutes, are of no
Oar stock of Peach Trees remarluldy fee,
and the price so low that all those who lost their
trees the p&st witter, shocld cot rT.lace then. Of
Cherry Trees Lo we have a tne inrj-'y, mely
jrowa on jruJtakb tiorl, whk.-L iecar 'yrstc.T har
diness to the tree, and if trained ratacr 1 w. s- as
to cause the t s t-- shade th.j stem front the b-Tt ;
stun, it is bc-lcived.no diSeuIty will Ire found in xr..w-
I hsg fine ehsrriea fa the Sathar. 1 West. Of Pears
1.. 1 1111. ... . 1
we aare a si,f-naia 101, csf.ee ia.iy oa Uwart trees, on )
strong An'jm (j;: .rI-, the best for ?peeOy ami j
CATALt;rr, with prices, eh?., will be .--cat t- all
apjlieant. urscrynica and l-alcr ia I'ra't Trees
are invited to call and examine oar stock of Teaches
Pears nni Cherries, especially, hef jrc sci din East.
as we bc.icve th.?y can save eipcnst sj well ai ibk
J pur-aasin oi nj. acieaie vaiil.-crues now f
- ST. LOUIS, no.--
join: sigersox rro
Oiler for sale titc coming Spring,
f C,f :0 At-Io Trees, 2 asd i y.rs ol3,e2j-Ira-irj
175 varieties. Triee -5 t 40 ct-cts,
2i.'.tv Teach Trees, frora 5 to S f-:et tljrh.td
v.liue, from Hi to Z.'i.'
ZZii ) sUindard Tears emracir 43 varieties,
vrW from 50 to o eentsj." '
5,000 I) wart Pears, emVaiLE-ZZ Viiriatie, Jrieo '
SI each. ' ' ' . "' -
5,000 Ch-rry Tree, 31 variety, 50 to 73 ccu",.
!0 Ar-rieoL Early G.:I len. r.ada, Feaeli-Ari-
e-ot-i, Lare Early, Trice . ) ec::ts. ' '
1.201) (Jninc,;. assorted, 25 to 5 fenf j.
fa T.-varf Ar-:Ii?.
1500 Whit : (Inr-e Carrantd- -"fi
Ir.a-k. r.'s? - --
("h-rrv f.'urTir. t, -
ll 1'at-h Carrant
5iii) Victf.tla Currar.tij.. .. .... .
. 5'i ) Wh-to l-ut-h CnrraV....
f.') larr: P. 1 lu!ch Currant..
, B. EATEIIAM X CO.
: 3IA313fOTII STOCK.
'aUL cfij "Winter Goods.
TOWEL, LEVY & CO,
Arc now Ileceiving one cf the Largest
; aud Best Selected Stocks of
DRY :GDDDSS ..GROCERIES, . ACn
EVETl offered ia St. Joseph, which they intend
ofTennT; to the Trade at ppees which will com
pare favoralilv with those of 3 m ht. Loms We
Eoacit bnycrs to call and eianuao onr stock before
making their f -u-chascs.
Amrvnj' tiie urticlea they oner for sale are.
40 bales brown sheeting 200 .i'es fianl, all grades
5 bales o?n:ibtrr7 250 satincttcs; --
10 41 shirting, striped,-150 " tw'ds and casr3;
5 " cy liner bagging; 5 bales seanilesa bag?:
400 pieces ylaid linsey: 10 discs ticking;
10 cases lw ched snirtnig and sh ting; 20 doz shawl;;
20 pair thr?e plect green maekinaw blanket3;
20 u warlst K u
40 " blno -
8 cases bre we and bleached drilling; 163 pair sad
dle blankets. ' . " . .
ST. JOSE PR LUMBER YARD.
SASH, GLASS, i
.BLINDS 8 DOORS.
THORP, S'-IITH & LIAXCnETT,
K .POPElETOr. liei-ides a general and
tr-- I extensive arftsortment of articles usually
kept by Xarseyinen, we have or; hand for the Spring
2;)0.000 Apple Trees, from C to 3 feet.
100,008 lwarf Tear Trees,2ycari old.
50,000 Standard do fi-om 2 U 4 vcar.-.
100,000 Cherry Trees, 1 to 2 years old, lJwaxf and
Peach, llnm, Apricot, arid ectarino Trees," in
100,000 Iiasr.l)CTrie3, ccahr.icing every kind cf any
value. AH the popular aa well sls rarer kinds of
otner small train.
Foreign and Native Evergrecms Norway Srrcec,
Tines, Cryptomenjw, ldars, Ulack and V lute
Spruce, lialsams, Hccilock, etc large, xaediom or
Ornamental Trees, Eoses, Shrubbery, Climbers,
Iledge Hants, etc.
Lulboas Koots, native ml imported: Dahlias, Car
nations, Teenies, Chrysa;ithcmiims, 1'hloxes, all in
great abendmec, and ci" th j most Leactifal varie
ties. While we confidently claim for cur productions in
general an eieellence rn)t surpassed by any other
JS'arsey, we particularly and emphatically designate
our stock of Tear trees, both &warf ani Standard,
as unparalelled either in extent cr quality, by any
existing stock in America. The following notices
refer to trees taken froca the ramie lot as those not
offered, when they were but one year old :
From Thomas W. Field, Esq., an extensive dealer
in and importer of Tear trees in New York: "The
specimens are really splendid; the finest I believe I
From Egbert liar jrcll, Us., Mobile: ' I Lave nev
er seen liner trees."
From Messrs. NeaHyi Brothers, Earlingt on, Iowa:
They are really the finest trees of their age we ev
er saw, Jiiid we have purchased a great many ir. thc
few past years.'.
As suggestive to persons about to purchase, we
would remark that our trees were net subjected to
the extreme cold during the last winter, which effec
ted so exteniive irjury to Nurseries at the West,
and that we have had no drought during the present
summer by which the growth of our trees has been
retarded. They may be relied upon, theref ere, to be
in prime hcalih and vigor.
Will be 3cnt post.paid to all who enclosa for No. l a
letter stamp, and for the others a one cent stamp
No. 1 A general descriptive Catalogue of all our
No. 2 A later edition of the Fruit Department of
No. 3 A descriptive Catalogue of Ornamental
Trees, Shrubs, Koes, etc
No: 4 A descriptive Catalogue of Dahlias, Green
house and .Bedding rlacts.
No. 5 A wholesale Catalogue f?r Nurseryiriea and
Also a Supplementary Catalogue of the Ornamen
tal and Greenhouse department.
AI30 & circular on the Azusta EaiC .
Syracuse, N. YM Nov. 2.', 1S55. : . .
KATE EOOT3. 20,003 Catawba Grape Eoots,
two vears old, fjT sale. Trice ? per hundred
$10 per tnousaad. J. 11. McCTLLOCGH,
1 . Nov.23tf No. 200 ilain sL, CincianatL:
- 1 - -3
. .. 2o' "
5C0 Warrirgton clo
1.000 S cipher d
1.000 Asa ten d
50 0 Crown Tib d-.
t.Ofif) Yellow Antwarp RasjlcrrieB
1. r); Ohio Evcrbea.-ir.g do
2. fti)0 Lare German Antwarp do
1 ,fl .' 0 E ng! ish Filberts -
l.Cf uIIore Chostnnt3 ....
5,00 Grape Vines, 2 to 2 years old 25 to 50
150.000 Grape Yir.es, 1 year old-. ..5 1?0
- 5.000 Dahlia3 assorted, each -- . 2A
500 Temias, do .....-.-...)()
. .. 50
10.000 Giant Aqaragu3 Coots..
....... z a
YT. J. TAYIjOR,
2xd - Poplar lumler,' Floorin?,
SlillNGLES 'AND LATH,
AKD HAKUFACnrUER OF -
DOORS, SASH AI7D BLIXIDS,
Seventh and Edmund sts., near Cargill'a iliH,
ST. JOSEPH, 110.
The above articles are constantly on hand, and
qaa SACKS of Sink's Ohio Mills Extra Super
UU fine Flour jcis received and for esle by
Nor;2U,lS5C. M'ALLISTEIi, DOZIER & CO.
Attorney and Counsellor' at Law
BROWXVILLE, Is. T.
Will practice in the Third Judicial District in Ne
braska Territory, and ia the Twelfth J adicial Circuit
in tho Sateof Missouri.
- lll'l-'EKENCES. .
Ilichar3 Drown, ErownvEle, N. T.
" J R.W. Furnas. " . ,
lr. Joan ild'hcrsan," Tippecanoe, Ohio.
James Foster, Oregon, Mo. '
Georgo N. JEller, Archer, N. T.
LIST CF lETTESS
Remaining in the Tost Oflee at ErownviHe, N. T.
October 1st, ISoo, which if not taken out within
three months will bo sent to the Dead Letter OSlec,
Washington, D. C.
Bnnllev lion Jas " Daro i Ecv DT
DubylK2 Drithv Mrs 3
Ilale David JoneJam?"3
Medley A , Neal Mr? 3
Neibn Txon Iieedcr Tncsdalo
Tersons calling for thc above letters, will please
pay Ihey arc advertise.
A. S. HOLLADAY, T. M.
rrULIii INSTITUTION dates it commencenMn
1 .from the ICtli Nov.. Owinjr to the oninished
state of tho lianki Pg Hcn?e, we have not ' oonht
projer to give uS any ulic notice, though prepir
at al I times to jredeinn ou vaper in circulation .
We tow give general natiee that we a-e solicitous
to riocoiimi odate our IrieDds, and will loan to oae and
all on jxd security. We will at all time icrch.v?e
Eastern Exchang; ani are row rca3y to make Drafts
n S t. :L&uL-, Mo., in sums to uit, 5.n exchange for
either Gold or cur;v. ALEX. HALLAM, Cad.'r.
llronvnie, N. T, Dec. S.1S55. vln2Sif
The Glcnwood Times s-ivs that tho Direc
tors of the Burlir-er. Ercr.! have decided
. ; BROV. NV1LLL, t.
r i EESrECrrFULLY i'-nfoTusa the pal tic
I l that he is srerarcd n.i ?rre them with a-iv-
1TEW HAEBWAEE STORE.
J. E. VTASniNGTOX,
Hardware, Cutlery and Guns, '
We5t Side Main street,
St. Joseph, 3Io,
IS NOW receiving and opening a stock of ITaid
ware aud Call cry adapted to the wants of Far
mers, Mechanics, ad Merchant3,andhavingpurcba
ed American goods frtm Manufacturers, and matie
permanent arrange men t3 for the direct importation
of all my foreign goods, together with a long experi
ence in the llanlwiire iasiness, I shall offer such in
ducements to purchasers in this market, aa will insure
satisfaction, and respectf ally solkita share of patron
age from the suction of country trading at St. Jo
Iluntd and Simmon's axes, Angers;
House hol Anvils, - ' Chisels,
Solid Box Yices, Chains
Spear A Jackson's and Butier'alTIes, Fry Tans,
Ames " Rowland's shovels spades, CoSee Mills,
Cut, WTeurht and horse shoe Bails beives,
Cotton and Manilla cordage,
Wostenholirus pocket knives,
Knives ar.d forks
Guns, ries, and pistols, .
Shears, scissors and razors,
Hammers and Ilatcbets,
Spear AJaclcson's saws, "
L races and IJitts,
: r ALSO,
Bcilrlirg, ! HaxdTrare and Carpen
' OF EVERY DESCFJrTTOX. -
Dec 1?, 1555,
Cliiiies3 Sugar Cans.
IIIAYE u supply cf tL;3 seed en sale. Trice per
lb, $2; per or, 20 cent3. Tersons remitting me
25 eents, shall have tne ounce sent them postage
paid. " -
This exctic plant, kn.jwn as Sorghum SifcJarafitK,
recently ir troduced into thia eonnury dt tne ratent
Oaace, may be cultivated to advantage 12 every part
of the United States. It will make a good crop on
thc poorest soiL From txperimenU already made in
syrup making from the juice of this plant, I fully
bclicva that sugar can bo profitably made; at any
rate, it is worth a trial bv every fa rocr.
J. M. McCULLOUCII,
Nov. 201 No. 200 Main st., Cincinnati.
FACING tc. fee sercral persons before I !efi, who
tad made bills at my auction, their actwunts
hare been left with R. W. Furnas, who advanced thc
amounts. - JOHN ilcI'JIEKSON.
Brown rill e, Nov. 23, 1S54.
Llorgan Horsss. - ,
AI'EEMITM ESSAY on the Origin, History aad
characteristics of this remarkable
A3XEKICAX DltEED OF KORSES,
Tracing tbe pedigrua fion the original Justin Mtr
sran. throuzh the most noted cf his progeny, 3own
to the present timo With numerous portrait. To
which art added Hints for Breeding, treating, and
general Est? and Management of Hor?e. with Trac
heal Directions for Training them for Exhibitions at
Agricultural Fairs.. By D. C. Lisslet, Middbibury,
Yt. Triee SL bent free of postage.
CM. SAXTON 4 CO.,
Tieu! tural Book Fablishers, 140 Fnlton sT, N. Y
ROWN under the personal scpcrvLiioa of the
VJi subscriber, warranled trtte ct-aat seed,
enough of which will be sent to supply a large family,
on reception cf price pre-pcui.
ClssABis MfSK )lTU)X A beautiful aiid delicious
fruit. ( Asiatk origin,)-- ,2jcenta.
Obaxgs Wxrcr I2ew)N Tecls oS" like
the rind ct ta orange very fine
flavor :: ;.;
Gt-iS3 Lirsciv A beautiful littTe Eucn
for preserves when green--- - 25 "
Ciixxese isrASACX'S Annual,and equal
to the common easily raised 23 ,
Fivx Fnrr Cccxhheks Yery large atd
CItrioUS to behold
MiiriiTni I'rrrEiJf, 20
Or the whele fir one dollar, sent by mail to any
2ddrcss. JOSETH L.ASiiii,
a0-tf Tlatt-bnrgh, Clintcn Co Mo.
CLAIM FOR SALE.
THE undersigned will ciler for sale a fine Impror
ed Claim, situated one mile wost of Brownville,
on the main rosul leading in that direction. Thc
Claim is pretty equally divided between I'rairie and
limber. The improvements consist of a good double
log house and twpsty acres cf corn under fence. A
good bargain may be had as the propritor is deter
mined to sill in order to jr to California in the
ppring. For particulars cad upon fcim at r.is reii-
dence on the abiwe claim. . J. . BELTT.
Brownville, Nov. 22, lS56.-iw
5,000 Tube R.s
2.C0O Yaris Pick
2,000 Tlar.tj Yictcria Rhubarb
f.Of'O Wr.motsEarlyR.?d Ehubarb.123
50,000 Strawberry Tlants, 12 varif.ues- . . .
13,033 Shade ard Ornamental Tree?, embracla
Catalpa. Black Locust. Talionia LnreriaHLv
I,mhir Ir Tcplar, Silver Leaved' Tcpla-,
Linicn Wo. J. Sweet Gnm. Eln. Ral.azi
Tcp-Iar. Allianthcs, Tul:r Trees, Uphdid Cy :
pr?-. Sycamore, Tarter Mulberry, Aiacriean
Larch, Wearing WIEcw, Buckeye, Jloaa
tain Ash. White Birch, Red Maples, i-orying
in price from 25 cents to $1,50, accoriirig to
13,003 Everrreen' embracing
Red Cedars, pr:ce each 50e to
White Fine do 50c to Si
Yellow Tine do 50c to f 2
Balsam Fir. do 50c t $1 :
American Arborvitas 25c. 50c, 75c, S1,5X
Chircse Aniorvitas, 50c, H50,
Ecrc pean Savin 50c, Tree tx 50c
Norwav S-mce. 5-, 75c, 10'V -
Whir Srru-e, $1.
1200 Plants cf OrnamenUl Scrubber', cmLracIig
in part a follows:
Snow Balls, each 37J. to ?1, ... ;
Lrlf , 'i 'P1 aisortcJ, eai:h 25c;
Il'arly Rises, each 50c;
Vonthlv Roses, each 1
Honey Sncklc8.arte.l. 25c. 50j 51;
Tyrlnga Thilidelf hiu 25c to 50cj
Rose Acasia. 25- to 5 1c;
IVivct for Hedges 25c;, . . , . ,
Bladdacirsa 25c: C'mcrus Japonka 25c;
EiTagnus 25c;Litun:nm 50c;
Tamarix Africaca 2 5 to 50c;
Rile3 Gudoni 25c to
Weepir.? Moar tain Ash 1,50;
Whith Frinro Tree 1.50;
" FcT?ythca 50c to l.'O; . . -
Cornice Dcgrood S .irer Striped 53c te Jji 0
DcutxaScatia 25c;Deatia Gracalw 50c;
Weej'r. B:r:h 50c; . - .
M'ruoIIa Acuminata 50c;
. Veer inc Lin lea 1,5?; .
Dwarf Box 5ij j-cryird; , ', ' "
- Althea?, a.3orted, 25e lo olVrj
XT In oSTerir.g thc above Stock to car ctsi-nmcn '
we beg to kit it i. rapcTior in growth and finality to
any herftf-fore ofTereIand rcrsons wishing a- ap ply
can arad ti.cma rlvef of further informatics, by 1
(Iresiiag lha undersigned at Ft.Juia. ouaj'jgaes
furnished to all poct-pwd jiTT'lictin.""
KerjKictfuI'.y, JOHN S1GEI;.S0N h SliO.
f;t. 25, lS5fl. vlnl3-ly
IC CopartBership heretofore cxLlTng- betwcHt
G. W. Crow and J. 31. Tatterson, aa Attorneys at
Law. in the 12th Judicial Circuit, in the State cf
UissourL was dissolve! on the 23d d.iy of July, by
mutual consent. Thow w ho have business entrusted
b:i the f irm, will have tho joint attention of former
firm tu its completion, and those indebted to said
firm will please call upon and settle tha same with
G. V - Cpjw, at his Law tiSSce, west side of tae pub-
lis eqaire, Oregon, II lt county. Missouri.
G. W. CROW.
J. U. TATTERSON.
Orefn, Nov. 22, lS5o.-5w
NEW G OOD Si!
;V. HOBLITZELL '& CO: '
. r.P.OWNVILLE, N. T. , ; '
HAYE TOTS DAY RECEIYED, fcr 5b?aarr?
A. C. G.dl:a and Wm. Campbell, and n-vr
opening, thc most cxtcn-ire stock cf Goo..s ever C
fcrKl in this market. After thc experience tkey
havo in Noor.u-La. they flatter themselves that lacy
knew what saia the people, and h.t e purcliax-d acli
a ?tock of io'yd.j as cannot fail t pi .asc. Y will
not pretend to enumerate, bat say come and &ce;aa.l
yon will not f2I to b? suited. i
Oct. 15, lS5o.-ly . ,.. .
Heady llade ClotMng, : .
EYE:n' YARIETY, style, qualify, prie, ad pti
tera cf Ready Made Clothinr. ioit wcivtd ami
for salo cheap, by HOBLITZELL 4 CO.
1 ' --
Boots and Shoe's;
AN unusually large stock of fine ar.d ccare V(
and Shore bota Gentlemen ard Ladie-s em
bo seen, an.piiruh2se(irf, at
- . HOBLITZELL i COU
Hats and dps.
PORE WAITED !
We wish to purchase
Eight Hundred Cora-fed IToi;s,
For which we will pay the bishest market prico.
W. UUltlATZLJJu tf LU.
Brownville, N. T. Nov. 15, 1S55.
KEff GASH STORE!!
BROWXriLLE, N. T.
Tho tubscribers would infora the citiicns of Brown
ville, and surrounding country that their -
NEW STORE HOUSE
Lj completed, and they are now receiving
and. opening an extensive stock of
COMPRISING IN PART,
BOOTS AND SHOES, .
f r,"i r
LArZSTitjl?3cf Hats an.1 Cspf, and cf eiry
grade and trice, are c5end at . ' ". .' 1 d,
- rnrni"Tire. '-
BEDSTEADS, Table, Sh-Ij, Hareaaj-'ia sl'ctt,
everything in the Furniture line, esa 1! bal al
nOLLITZLLL ,k CU1S.
Stoves and TinYraxe. . -
COOK, Parlor and 05?e Steves cf firictij pat
terns; and Tin war?, at
UOBTJTZELL 1 CO3.
Hardvrare, Cutlery and' Iios
4 LAEGE assortment at - '
-fx HOBLITZELL i CO'3
"Wood and T7illoY7 Trarc
BUCKETS, Tubs, Chsnw, and ah endless vaildy
of Willow ware, u for sale at . ; - .,
HOBLITZELL k CO';!.
y L keep constantly oa han-L Fknr, Cora lla J,
f iacyif ii.ler, ail every variety 0
HuBUTZLLL & CO. -
A LL rcrS'inst are herebv f irwamed frora ttrvmg
! Ix. the Sf.uth Wet fourtli cf Septic
II. Am TEKRY & CO
-WIIOIXSALS AND SET AIL rrALZBS IS
GARDEN 'AND FLOWER SEEDS,
FFXn S iind Shrubs, Grape ard Cr.iabe.ry Yines,
Gras. Clover Seeds, Bird seels of all kinds, Ag
ricultura'. and Horticultural Bx-ki, Inplemett, Ac.
A-cnti fr all the besi Rural Tublijatiocs in the
Store bcx; d:r toPot-Oflce,C3urjc:i B:u5i,Iowa.
to locate tue.r roai throu-h that tovm.
in i u.mout.h Lave con .;.ucllj Ulca a
thin in Lis line, at short Eaiee, and with a
tibl quality ef work he fe;;j ec-i-.f.dent r.:i lb, .North I.ings lo, iastot Una sixlej i'nccipaj iien-far-ar:s
. wasc To his 6 A friends and eustjmers he detxos j dian. in Nentiha eonntr.-:N. T- now :copled by
it an:aix"arv to ht a word, to others ho &ivs oalv
tjyn!." " -.
Dcccsbcr 13, 1553. vls2u-lj - '
Th'-?. IIo.Hy. its I havo a right to sa;.s riaini that is
inJisrutiLIo. ' B. B. TIIOUTSON.-
Br2wzvin5rJB4y 5th, 1253 vl -cW
A. HV7D1), C,
-3 Levcc t.
. S, C. CULT 3.
HardYrare, and TinTrarc,
COOKING AND BOX STOVES,
To which they invite the attetlion' of customers.
Their' GcodJares..-ls5cted with reference to the
- wants of the town arl surr-janling e can
try, acd will be sold aa
Ldw as anj House above SL Joseph.
FLOUR AXD CORN MEAL,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
COIID ONE 1 COUE ALL!!.
And exarolrje cur Stock for yourr-Ivcs
SADDIXS, Brillii, ILxtiagalef, Checks, ami ev
ery variety d" roodj in this Hncan be h'li at
IiOBLTTZELI. A CO 1?.
Fall tha latest
ust opened at
ana 13 en-iaCs? va;r,tt
Iraw-cvEh, OcUbcr 25, If 53.
G. k C. TODD k CO.,: vr
Ao. 212, 27jrt Tint or Ju'n'u greet, ZoiUt.' I
IJCOiTTZI-S A-VI MAXTTACrrsrSS li -
TNCLUDLXG Dates B-Ing Cothi, ili'd Ski,
J. Saws, S.T-en-;, Dnucli, Ac. Al: , .
POETABLS . GP.I5T IILXLS
Iic'Ji Tff cr ar:i Lower S'czr PkUazsrs.'
machcvE eelu:;g; - ""
. Of. Stretched Lcat'aer nmd Zllz'iJ '
j St. Lmi3, Octc-l-PT li, Izil. vlnlS-ty
GREAT SALE OF LOTSlTl
A. L. COATE.
EnoTrxYiLLr, :;iiAiiA co.
T i. .
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Th' jTi-rief.rs tf t'
'.it tL-'- Live or.c of t
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to 1 -
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'? sale l.l'f,;) ) p-w.l mrr-
Browtvilk', Acgust 2, 1?5. Tl'u'.tf
of the !.;: V
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