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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1856)
" rCcbra sis a IS cuse.
Trcas Street, rear Etessitoat L&ndizg,
15EOWNVILLE, K. T.
A. J. BENEDICT,
ANNOUNCES to the public that be has taken the
above House, formerly kept by '. II. Edwards,
in Urownville, X. T., and U now prepared to accomo
date a.11 ho may favor Litn with their patronage.
A iicw addition has been built to the house, and ad
ditions mado of Furniture and Bedding, and all ar
rangements bow are euch as to render this House
equal to any in tho Territory.
Brownviile, July 5, 1S55. . vl-nStf
W. II. WILLI A.3IS,
WHOLESALE AKD EETAIL DEALEB IV
STOVES & TINWARE
TAXES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or
gon and the public in general, that he has on
Land the mo.t extensive stock of Stoves and Tin
ware, ever offered in this market. My stock of Tin
ware is of my own manufacture, and Ls for sale at
"Wholesale and Kctall at St. Louis prices.
I would call particular attention to my stock of
COOkLNG STOVES, comprising the most improved
patterns both Air-Tight and Premium. Among them
Eiay be found Filly's Charter Oak, the best stove now
ia use, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Pioneer and prize Pre
Parlor & Box Stoves
Of various Size3 and Patterns, which I will
SELL LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IX TOWN.
- Particular attention paid to making and putting
up Tin Hatters, in the town and country. Also, re
pairing done on short notice and on reasonable term.
Old copper, Urass and Pewter taken in exchange
for work or ware. W. W. "WILLIAMS,
' vl-n5 Oregon, Mo., July 5, 1856.
lOIITY TEOUSAXD DOLLARS "Worth of Goods
at a i mall advance on cost and carriage by
i:ockioiit, MO .
7IA.W11 tfa DIIjIiOX,
IIE.IIJIES LANDING, 3lO.
WE HAVE in store, and are receiving per Steam
ers ILaunibaL Warner, Edinburgh and Omaha,
a larce and well assorted stock of
liooU A Shoes,
llati A Caps,
. ' Oils,
Sash, ... Nails,
CAKrEXTEES A BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS AC.
. All of which we offer at very low prices for Cash or
' Country Produce.
KO HUXEX'G! We will sell at SOKE PEICE!!
DILLON A nAWK.
r. S.' Ladies, if you haven't got a fine Silk Dress,
Shawl or Bonnet, don't blame Dillo.n A Hawk, for
. we certainly have the best assortment of Fancy Dress
Goods ever offered 5n this market. No trouble to
ihow Goods. vl-n5 D. A JL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY!
Hartford, Ct. Capital $200,000
VTith largo and increasing receipts securely invested
n a Tmvin a
ender the sanction and approval of the Comptroller
ct Public Accounts. '
ALFRED GILL, Tres't. JOHN L. BUNCE, T. P,
JAMES C. WALKLEl, Secretary.
DI SECTORS. -
AlficdGill. John L. Bunee, Wra. K. Cone, Jas. G
liollRR. John A. Iiutler. Ar.ah 'k hftatnn. I loll is
' ter, Sam! Coit, DanT Phillips, C. N. nmphrey.
BOARD OF FIXAVCE.
Geo. Beach, Esq., President of Phoenix Bank,
D. F. Robinon, Esq., " u Hartford "
Hon. Isaac Toucey, late Attorney General U. S.
Applications for insurance roeei red by
Ii. W. FCENAS, Agent.
DR. A. P. HOLLIDAY, Med. Ex. .
CEO. P. LUCKIIAltDT,
: WATCH MAKER
OHEGQN, HOLT COUNTY, MO.
TAKES the liberty to iuform the citizens of
Erownville and vicinity, that he baa opened a
W ATrir. n.ork' i jr wrr.n v mi?r
Jn Oregon, Holt county, Mo., where he will keep-con-Uintly
on hand, and for sale, a good assortment of
Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which
he will sell extremely low, for CASH. '- Also, a fine
Jot of Violins, Aceordcons, Silver, and Platod Spec
ials, Gold Pens with (Jold and Silver extension
caTs, Silver Thimbles, Ac, Ae. , .
He is prepared to repair Watches, Clkr and Jew
elry, of every description, ia the best maimer and
tn ihe most reasonable terms.
Krj article bought in his establishment, 5s war
rsr.Udiote whatitis represented to be. Watchre
yairirg warranted for one year.
IVE evtry pfsible facility for the eafo and
VV" rx:edy transmission ot- r
, Ionej Tluable Patkae, Parcels,"
v Coois, and Merchandize
t5f rvery descripti, on reasonable terms.
pKiNCirit Offices New York, BuSalo, Cincin
rati, Toledo, Chicago, Dayton, lndianopolis, and li
the nrfiLer towns on Bailroftds m the Lastern, Mid
tile and Western States, connecting at St. Louis with
Biehardsun's Missouri Liver Express II. KIPP.
July 2!5,lS5L.-vl-n3 General Superintendent
IC!iO- CilOCKBIiY 10SG.
-JOHN W. TOOLEY,- -
(Successor to NOONAN, T00LEY A Co,)
W Uxui tt, (A'J Stand, SL Louis; Ho,
1MPORTEB,Who!c5RlanJ EeUilDealer, in China,
Class and Queensware, Yellow and Bockingham
Ware, Chandeliers, Lamps, Lanterns, Looking-glas-es,
Britannia "Ware, Ac. Ac, with a great variety of
Fancy Mantle and Parlor Ornaments, direct from the
Potteries and Manufacturers. . .
iNow arriving and in store, a full stock of the
fcbove line of goods, which is offered to tho Trade at
reasonable rates. An examination is solicited. "
riOs hand, Assorted Crates, for Country Trade.
. Packing receives special attention. . !
September 13, 1858.
H ESTABROOK,. ;,
:".'"'. irXITE3 STATES . . . . .
OAHA CITY, N. T.
REQUIBED to be in attendance officially upon all
the terms of the District and Supreme Court of
the Territory, tenders hie Professional services to such
as aed tbeia. lie flatters himself thathig facilities
for gaining m. knowledge of the practice in each Dis
trict, wili enable him to give satisfaction to such as
entrust their business to his care. . .
On-mha Citr. Jane 7, 1S56.
J. T. OOWDAIA. K. K. CAB.&.
DOW DALE, CARR & CO.,
WASHINGTON FOUND BY,
-JL3 mid I.Iachino Llannfactory.
. O 1 lf f-.
. ( . vrpyr cocona ana morgan Mreetc,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
t. r ANUFACTUBEBS of S teu Engines and Boil
1 I tv. Saw and Grist Mill Machinery. Tobace.n
Screws and lYcusc, Lard Kettles, Lard Screws and
Cyl:rdTsV"wI Ciriiej Machines, Young's Patent
K-,rt 'rvrVinf. Euiliin'Caslir.'s, Ac. ' : -
: f ttj f..r the sa' f Jmes Smith Jk Co.'g
Supe'rior'IACIIINE CARDS. . .
.'vnrvrr TATrxT SMUT MACHINE. Wca
tried, always tuecr -ful, fally Guarantied." Mam
faci-rtl fct-i for f-!c I? ' . '
1)0 WALL CABB.ACO
- Washicrton Foundrr, St. Louis, Mt.
sa;iui:l sriiNCEU co.,
yo. I'hty-T wo North Fourth Street, Near LoetsL
v ST. LOUIS, 2IO.
" "A?"UTACTr::Er of every dascription of
j. L Frac.cs, dealers in Pair, Ung Engravings, LUho-j-
; , Is, Look is ass llates of every size, and
;-. . 1 1) tZf pattern ia tie best maccer.
A Lj i r; lilrg Cards, Ac, i" t&inti til Varnished or
r. -1st fhrt notice.
; - - . ?. V,&lnt ixi ether fasey weed Tkture
rs '- ?r . -
-' Tr- - Su; : lie i. CM Fra.??, kt.. Be-r'.U.
o. r. jiasox,
s r.nd CouEicIIors' at Law.
Gcr.crs.1 Land Agents, -
, i. . o ti.
zzl to Lr.cd Agencle?, c '
v e . -r.r-1
iting f.EJ Ed
nes porta inin
:a Territory cud Western
THE subscribers have entered into a prirtnmhip
-under the linn of Rcc-J, Holabird A Co., to
manufacture the J. C. Reed, Patent Purtibla Grist
Mill and arc now prepared to farniA all tlwHJ in
want of a good Corn or Whett Mill that for dura
bility, siroplicty and economy j excel my Mill in the
world. On the lato exhibition of the Mechanics
institute in"CincLnnati, a Coll JMvdal aj awarded
them for it.
It is adapted to all Grain grinding purposes ; it is
superior to all others for the most extensive Merchant
Mill, a3 it is for grinding the Farmers feed by Horse
The above Mills aro manufactured by the under
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, 0., where they
con be furnished in any quantity at short notice.
Tho above Mills warranted to perform 88 follows:
36 in. diam., per hour 50 B. Cora, 25 Wheat, $300
30 JO " 15 250
21 20 " 13 " Jsl'D
20 u u u u is 8 ' " 150
As this Mill tells its own story, it is nnnocessary to
quotofrom our numerous recommendations, recoii-ed.
BLED, HO LAEITiD L- CO. .
' Cincinnati, O. '
Fresh Arrival cf
" AT ROCKPOUT, ?IO,
THE subscribers would rcspootfully tender their
thanks to their customers and the Public Gene
rally for their liberal patronage heretofore, and solicit
a continuance of tho same ; as they are determined
to sell Goods as low if not lower than any other
House west of St. t Joseph. Having just received a
largo and wollsel'3cted Stock of Spring and Summer
Goods ; also a superior Stock of Family tfrc-ceries
with Hardware, Glass and Queenswarc, Furniture,
Saddlery, Iron, Ac. " .
Come one and all, '
For well we know;
' Again you'll call, ,
"We'll sell so low. ' , " ' .
Of Goods the bcit,
And profits small, ' " . '
"We'll beat the rest, ; j . '
i And suit you all. ;
Our Stock of Dry Goods havngbecn purchased in
the Eastern cities, wo flatter ourselves that ve can
surpass our comjietitors in the low prices and good
qualifies of our Stock, and earnestly believe all will
make by calling and seeing for themselves before
purchasing elsewhere. CAKEY, JONES, A CO.
N. B. Country Produce of all kinds taken in ex
change at the highest prices, for Goods. June 7, '53.
'WHOLESALE AXI EETAIL
Oreijon, Halt Count t, ZIo. 1 '
Has in Store : .
Pure "White Lead,
Cream of Tarter,
Sulpher Carb. Soda,
Saltpeter, . ..
Vol. Oil do,
Nerver and Bone do,
Loudon's do" , : -Jays'
Ex. Logwood, h
Blue Stone, .
Saint Louis Glue,
Paris Green, j
Chrome do, ,
d . yellow, ;
Iron Paint, . ; i .
"White Zink do, ,;
Fish Oil, ; j;
"Whale do, :
Wrights' Pill?,, j
Jayan's do, )
Loudon's do, j
B;vd way's B. ' ILJ . , '.
Davis Pain Killer,
Stone's Cough Candy, '
jicLanc 8 Liver 1 MLs.'
In addition to the above, I have the larger t Stock
of Druggist and Physicians Shop furniture, Chemi
cals, Surgical instruments, and Patent Modiciens
ever offered for sale in this Country. . -
ilerchants and lTiysicians of Iowa, Kansas and
Nebraska, are respectfully invited to give mo a call.
June 7, 1&56.
A. B. HOLLABIRD & CO.
Z : " Macliiniste, Founders and . v-1
Froat Street, "West cf. Smith., "
CINCINNATI, . O,
"yTTouU most rerpectfully inform their friends and
. v V. the pubuc generally, Lnai xney are now pre
pared to execute al.' orders ia tiieir line, witn prompt
ness. Having lateir enargea -ineir fnop aaawitn
the increased facilitich" they tow possess, they hopo to
merit a continuation o the liberal patronage which
has heretofore been extended to them.
Saw Mill Engines of . every Description.
Constantly oa han h consistiag of the Sash, Circu
lar and Mulev. Hill Gears nrd every description of
(. astiags, warranted to be wellnade in every particu
uir. t : i i .
They fcavo'&Iso a Boiler Yard attacTied to their
establishment, whick enables theci to oversee all
work in that line furnished by them, and are pre
pared to work on as rcaaonablo terms as any other
shop in the country. r 1
Those in want of anything In our line, would do
wed w give us a call and exarnmu onr mw patterns
. . - A. B. IIOIJVBIRD & CO.
B. W." LEWIS
- VHoS. J. BAKTEOLOV
late l'EKr bartholow.
.... B. W. LEWIS : & BROS. :
MAKrFACTntrr!soF iT.i, pssckiption of
C HE VING TOBACCO.
Glasgow; missovri.: ' :N
THANKFUL for tho very liberal ( patronage that
we have heretofore received from our numerous
friends and customers, and while respectfully solicit
ing a continuance of tho same, pledging ourselves to
spare neither pains norerpense to merit tho patron
age of the public, we beg leave to anDOHnce. that
William J. Lewis has withdrawn from oar f xm, and
Thos. J. Br-rtholow is admitted a partner from this
date, the style of tho firm remaining unchanged, and
that we have secured the services of Capt. George
G. Davis who will hereafter act in tho capacity of
traveling SALESMAN in Connection with our Mr.
Bartholow and will during the coming Season per
sonally wait upon our customers for the purpose of
soliciting their orders. . Our stock held over from last
year of all descriptions is unanimou?ly large, the
quality of which cannot fail to give entire satisfac
tion to consumers. B. "W. LEWIS A Bros.
Glasgow, Mo., January 6, 1855.' . . . ;
1L' r. EIDST. ' ! J D. .WHITE.
BID EN & WHITE,
. . NEBRASKA CITY, N. T.
HAVING made amngeTnents by which we will
receive accurate eopies of all tho Townships
embraced in the Eastern portion of Nebraska, we
are now prepnred to offer oar pervicea to tho r r
"SQUATTERS OF THE TEEBITTOKY
In Filina: Declaratory Statements of
Intention to Pre-empt. Securing
Pre-emptions, Locating Lund
' Warrants and J- v"
ENTERING LVND. 1
LAND W AUKANTS EOUG I1T & 'SOLD.
Land Entered on Time, &C.V "
Particular tttention'mid to Buyicij. and Selling
Property on commission: AJsoito luakirg Collections
ana lorwaraiEg remittances 10 Rny pxwoi uio uuua
lilants of all kindi alFv 011 naca-
r ft 1 .. . KID EN & WHITE.
. ? BEFEIiENCES." - -
S. F.Xuci.o".ls, ,
Messrs. Dolman & West,
lleU;r A. Keller, .; ' .
June 28,lSoG. vl-nt ,
St. Joseph, M(.,
- GREAT :L"'
WM. R MAETDTJ . (C. C. MABTLN,
New York. ) lOJD; St. Louis.
. MARTIN : & BROTIIEll.
TEE OLD OPJQIXAL CLOTIIIEBS,
iro. ui a::d ito. i r Am btbhet,
ST. LOUIS, HO.
I'OBtho tTrroaetiirr pprir.g. we will hare i TBEt
! JlEXDOvS STOCK OF CLOTIUXG,xnMufac
tured by iarselves in York, expressly for this
market. - -
In roitt of STYI.r, (QUALITY and KilCTJ, we
defyanvaDil ell r, -.letitioa I i e havn i
dowa ojir priio very low, 83 we ictund ie.ajig to non
tut , ; - . .
To such wo would ask a. ticro rh cxiiiui nation of
our Slock b-eforopuTha-I;,,','.
1-M r MAKIIXIBO.- -
; OLIVER -BENNETI' h CO., V
51 INVFACTCJIEES . AND WnOLEALE DEALERS I
Boots Sioes c Brcgcns, ;
VO.S7 XAW SWEET, SAIST LOUIS, MO.
- A BE NOWr IS EECEIPT of a complete a-crLment
li of goods from their own and other i;i;mufac
tori:s, adapted especially to the. Wtstern trad.".
Parchastrs are invited to exanino their stwk,
macufMtured ani selected with great care and
warranted of i;uperior quality. Orders will receive
prompt and careful attention. ,
IUPOETANT NEW "WORKS.
Moore, Wiistach, Keys & Co.
No. 23 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
AniSTORY OF MEDICINE, from its Origin to
the Close of tho Eighteenth Century. By Dr.
Hpnn?i:ir.l. rf Paris. Tran.latel by Dr. G. C.
Comegys, Professor in TiLiami Medical College.
Vf.l ime. larc-e Bvo. 750 nazes. Iiice $3,00.
An Introduction to the Study of Esthetics. By
I'rol'essor J. J. C. Moffat, of theCoUege of New Jer
sey, Princeton. Author of "Life of Chalmers:" Ac.
1 vd.l2mo, pages. Price $1. ' .
The Teacher's Ali.scellany. A selection oi articles
from tho proceedings of the College of Professional
Teachers, lij J. Jl. Uampbell ana a. ssi. uaaiey, oi
Wabash College. , One vol, 12ino, 150 pages. Price
?1'"' WILL BE BEADY IN SEITEMBER
Tt c Cyclopedia of Modem Travel,
A Record of Adventure, Exploration and .
v Discovery for the last Fifty years.
Edited by Bayard Taylor, Author of "Views Afoot,"
"Travels in Central Africa." Ac, Ac.
One vol., 8vo., Handsomely illustrated with 12
maps by Schonberg, and numcroun wood engravings
by Orr, and an ela borate stoel front ispeico by Buttre.
EsT Will bo sold to subscribers only, . -
lOORE, WiLSTACH, KEYS & CO.,
Wholejalo and Retail Booksellers,
. - 2- West Fourth street, Cincinnati.
: GEO. C. FERGUSON.
MH iLWRIGHT AND ENGINEER
RROIVN VILLE, N. T.
NNOUNCES to the public, that he is prepared
1 . to erect Steam Saw and Merchant Mills at short
uotico and reasonable terms.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
. Ha is also Agent for. I " .
A. B. IIOLLIBIRD Sc CO'S.,
LEE & LEAV1TTS
. CINCINNATI, O.,
And is prepaid to receive and nil orders for any ma
chinery manufactured or kept oa hand, by these e3
tatlishments. - ' t "'
Ijettcrs of enquiry, promptly answeroi.
' BEFFEBENCES. . '
. Noel, Lako A Co., Erownville, N. T. Steam Mill.
Nuckolls & White, Bockport, Mo - ' " :
Jaines Lowe, Linden,. u u u
" vln31y. ; ; ' Brownvillo,' Juno 21, 1S56. '
S. BAUIJOUR, Proprietor. ! .
Ccrncr of Illicoia. and Washington Streets,
fTniS wcll-knowa and popular -Hotl, has recently7!
X been re-built and greatly enlarged by the addi
tion "pf .-isty or seventy rooms, and is furnished
throughout vfith new and beautiful furniture, and is
in all respict?, a first Class Hotel. Travelers
will find thj '"Palmer all they can desire for com
fort, luxury and pleasure. ,The table will at all
time3 bo Eppl!el.witu the best the market atlorus,
ani no pains will.be spared to render' the- stay of
guests both comfortable and plcavnt.
"TRY THE PALMER HOUSE." v
Angast 3P, 185U.7 vlnl3-ly ' " ." ' -K T; ,(
II. WniTTEiIOHEt-f H.T0tWHlTTM,JftE. J. F. CARTES
II. & E:I3. JIITXEMOKE & CO- :
iWkoftmli Dealers in
EONNirrS AND STRAW GUODS.
r N0.143 MAIN STl;BET,f :- 7-. '
-; - First door above the Bank of Missouri.) j
"Cash iid for urs and Deer Skins-.' i ;
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
CEOKGE CLATE3. 3. W. LEE.
Real Estate , and General Agency,
OMAHA CITY, N. T.
' Ueferences.' '
James WrighVBioker, New York,
Wm. A. Woodward, Esq. ' : . - " "
, IIonB. Wood, Ex-Gov. of Ohio, Cleveland, -Wricks,
Otic and Brownell, Bankers, -
AlcottA Horton, ; . .. . ;
Col. Bobcrt Campbell, . -.-. St. Louis,
James Bidgway,E?q. " "
Crawforn and iSackett' - - Chicago. -Omaha
City, Aug. 30, 1855. vln!3-ly
CHARLES KEARNY, T t:0
.-: Wholesale and ' Retail - Grocer "
AND STEAMBOAT .AGENT.
East side Market Square op'site Market Hoixae
BEGS laav tci inform the citiiens ef St. Joseph,
and the public generally, that he has just open
ed alarge and fin6 assortment td , Groceries, to which
h-3 invites the attention of Country Merchants, Plan
ters and tho public generally. E-oatstorcs constant
ly on hand ' ' 7 . :
rpHE undersigned has on hand and for sale at his
X. ' mill, Itusk Bottom, JIo.. One hundred and
Twenty-fivo Thousand feet of various kinds of Lum
ber, which ho offers for sale at the following prices.
Sheeting, " -. ' " . : 15
Black: Walnut.' - ' - - -:. . 2.00'
There is a ferry across the Missouri river, opposite
tlt mill. Lumber will be delivered oa the Nebraska
shore, at 50 cents in addition to the above prices. .
. . , , L.UU1S LAWltlSAClS.
September 20, 1855. Tlnl0-3mpd ' t
JAJCE3 CABGIIX. , GEO. W. OABGUX,
J. & G. W. C ARC ILL,
rORWAEDING AND COMMISSION
AND MANUFACTUEER'S AGENTS,
- Steamboat Landing, St. Joseph, Mo.
CONSIGNMENTS of Goods and Produce
respectfully solicited, and all business entrust
ed to u3 will be promptly and carefully attended to
ai me lowest rates. -
" - Heferences.
Taylor ii Shepherd,
r JL. L. McGhee A Co.,
- Liveracre, Cooley & Co., '
- . ". Merchants Generally,
ISoG. rUUNITUIlE. tS33.
. - - SCAKRITT& MASON.
FURNITURE & UPHOLSTERY,
LEALEBS AND -
No. 45 and 42 Yashington Av enuo, St. Louis, ilo.
HAXG completed our amngements for a full
js tock of Goods in oar line, and bavins thebct
tissortment in tho West, we take pleasure in offering
topursnaseis Doia n xiwiovucj ana kaaii;
ivv aozenwooa scatunrars.
1000 Bureaus, '
50(1' Dining Tables,'
500 Breakfast do?
200 Work ; Stands, .
200 Wash do,
1000 Looking Glasses,
ZuU aa cane seat do,
1C9 3o rocking . , do,
103 do childrens' ' do,
500 ti'i safes, . . , ...
200 C.-ibs, assorted sizes,'
I0O doz.Bitsh and split bot
torn Chairs. . . t
!"To which we add mahojiany and walnut, par
lor ar. I rocking Chair?, Sofas, csntre, side and ex ten
don Tables; Secretaries and look Cases
Vrholsterr in great variety, Each as spring, hair.
col tori, mosa aad husk Alatrcss js, Comforts, Spreads,
und Blankets. ' ..,.....
Our work is idl Warranted as 'represented cur
Prices as Low na tho Iiowest. - ' ' : (' 1 i-.
' Orders prcui?tly and faithfally executed and rii
ftvectfally solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. , ' '
Please call and satisfy vourselves.
. St.-' Louis, July 23. 1850. vlnS-Om T'
H. I. JOHN-SC X. J. r. CASiADV. , i. D. TEST.
JOHNSON, CASSADY A; TEST,
"Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
And Ceeeral-Land Agents
; COUNCIL-BLUFFS, IOWA.:
WILL promptly tt'.end to Land Agencies, In
vesting ik.ncy, Lwathg ani eeUing Land
Warrant", nnd all other b'l '. s s y eruiiniag to their
PATENT GRAIN i SEPARATOR
rMIIE SUBSCRlREli ?3 now prepared to far
X nish Farmers and others with his
for the present sea-ton It unnecessary to speak
particularly of the, merits of these Machines, as they
are too well known throughout the country to noed
extolling but the fact that they have heretofore and
.ire continuing to receive the premiums at the State
an(j County Faira where they have been exhibited is
sufficient to indncfl all those in want of such a Ma
chine, to purchase one of these. , --.'..
At a practical test of tins oennrator incompenuon
with the best of those mwlo in England, in 1S53, it
received the highest commendations of the press, and
of the leadinsr eri:?ulturalista of that country,'
I have a larze number of them on hand, ready for
he coming crop, made of the best material, and war
ranted to do srood work. ' '' ' :
1 have made manv valuable improvements in ttese
machines within the last year, and have no hesitation
in warrantins them superior .to any in U5c
lam also prenarinffalarge number oi craTiioras
ImproTed Clover llullers,
patented in 185 1, which are greatly snjiorior to his
patent of ISit, being in-itself feeder, and greatly
ahead of it in other ,re;p?cts. - They will be manu
factured undor tlw iiamediato stipervrsion .of tho
patentee, who h' s permanently located in this place
The above cut represents my four hor30 " Sepira-
tor, and is ucsignca especially for. tho farmery own
Im also agent for McCormick's celebrated BEA.P'
ER and MO WING MAClIDsE, combined.
J. R. MOFFTTT, Piqua, Miami' con niy, Oh'io:. !
Furniture and ITpriolstry
, Of Great Variety.-
Ai tho Banner Furniture Ware Booms of
. IIENTON & TRIMBLE,
Oil Second Street) Sign of . the Cr.air ani Bahtiad
rl uIE continued Lbernl patronage ef the citizens of
JL St. Joseph, orth Western Missouri. Kansas. Ne
braska and Western Iowa, for all of which wo feel
thankful, has induced us to increase our facilities for
demg business; . Having built last spring, a very
largo Manufactory Establishment on Francis stveet,
and having employed some of the very best workmen
m the eastern cities, wo are now determined not to
be out done by any other Furniture Establishment in
tho Missouri Valley, in quantity, quality; durability,
styles and prices. Our stock consists in part of Bocc
wood, Walnut and Mahogony Bureaus, .marble and
solid tops of every style; extension, centre, card, din
ing and eide table; Book eases, Wash stands, Work
tables and YV radrobes, boiits, divans, ottomans an
lootstools, spring seat parlor cuairs, rocking, nilrse,
elizabcth chairs of every variety;. Mahogony, wal
nut,' cherry ana maplo bedsteads of every stylo and
variety, fcpnng, hair, mo??, cotton and shuck mat
tresses,. Ac., .together- witli all other articles in our
line, usually kepf in a Farniture Wareroom. Wo
say then to all who may w vntgood Furniture, either
for hotels, parlors or bed room-", give us a call and ex
amine our work and prices, and wo think you .will
leave your money hero in place of sending it to St
Louis and getting an inferior articles at the name
price ypu can get a good one here at. . r , , ;
Our motto is the cash system, which will enable its
to sell at smaller profits than ours or any other estab
lishment can do where the credit system is adopted.
N. B, Tno highest price paid for seasoned 'Wal
nut and vaerry Lumber. -, ' ' ,
: St. Joseph, Aug 30, 1S5G vlnistf 1 -
MICHAEL -31 cGEIi, f
Saddle and -Harness.. Maker,
East sido of Main, "bet. Francis and F elix St.,
' ST.' JOSEPH. MO.V
TnAITKFUIj for pasi; favors, begs leave to inform
the public, that ho has just returnrd from St.
Louis with as fine an assortment of materials ai has
ever been purchased. In that market- ' .- '
' His stock consists of a superior article of Skirting
Harness, bridle leather, hog, calf, and sheep skins:
fine goat morocco, ami a surpa-rsingly beautiiul arti
cle of enameled leather of various hues.
He has every variety of saddlo trees, from tho real
jiexicnna and tnglish, Beard s and Gnmsley's pat
cnt, down to the common fall -back. Ho has on hand
and will continue to keep saddles, saddle-bags, bri
cues, martingales, natters, collars, wnips ct tvery
quality, whip-lashes, hame?, traces, spurs, Ac. Has
also, eoaeh,- buggy, Pennsylvania, yankec, cari and
dray harness. . : : "i ' " -
He has not now, nor will he keep any other than
No 1 workmen, and his instructions to them are neat
ness and strength. He, therefore, fiiels no hesitation
in saying that his work will, ecldom bo equaled, no
wuero surpassed. , - 1
.t As small profits and quiclc sale, is his motto, he
pledges himself to-soil (considering tho quality of
il 1 - , 11 ' 1 . - . S. .
mc anieic ; lower man any nouso vest oi tne Alle
gheny Mountains. . :. i i . ' . r
Those disposed to suspect him of gassing, have on
ly to call, to De assured of their mistaki!. .
St. Joseph,. August 30, 185G-. vJnlStf .
wai. h. TiroiiPSON. - j. h. taaffe
V.TII0M1?S0N,& TAAFFE, -
ouccebsora io narrows cc inompson,; . , .
; : : ' And : .Oommi ssion Merchaiits, ' i
.... , o. w ean Street,; Cinciimati.-. , :
Particular attention will be rriven to order
for Groceries, which will always be executed at current
market prices. " : . : ,.-
WM. GAB111SOX. . .
B-eal Estate As-cut
;: . .--rLATTKUOUTU; 1?.- T. i -
. - r .
HAS now on hand several valuable town lots and
also. Timber and Prairie Claims, which he will
sell cheap. , ; '- ",' -, ... ' ; -r. ; ?
-Being agent for the City of Plattsniouth. h will
furnish lots to those who wiih to settle in the town
on cheap and treasonable terms. , . J ' ;
Oiflco with J. 11. Urown, fcsq.
. H .1 : I ' s-M . 1 .
. . : New Hardware Store.
ign of the Mill Sawv ' '- - :) ,
:. FLAHERTY; ? 7 J- .
'-" Importer; Wholesale and Betail Pealer i'n
American German, English & French
' HARDWARE ANIV CTJTLERY;
. -v. ''.' st. josepii," mo. ';
IS NOW receiving and opening the largest and most
varied arsortment of goods in the above lin ever
offered in any market west of St. Louis.
My stock ecibracc3 a full and complete assortment
of Cabinet ani nouso Buildcr'r Hardware, Mechan
ic's tools of every description, direct from the most
approved manufacturers; agricultural and horticul
tural tools and implements, in great variety, combin
ing all tho recent and nseful improvements for the
saving of a rtst amount of labor to the fanning com
munity, from whom I respectfully request a cireful
examination of this department of my stock.- I m
also exclusive1 agent for the sale of the celebrated
St. Louis Circular Mill and Cross Cut Saws, which I
will warrant, and fill all orders at ihe factary prices.
Also a large assortment of Guns, Bifles and Pistols,
Iron, Steel, Nails, Ac, of the best brands: in a word,
my stock is very complete, which, for its quality and
price, I am determined to offer such inducements as
will eommand a liberal sharo of trade fronj this and
adjoining Bounties. My arrangement for impirting
and agencies for American Hardware Manufacturers,
together with a long erpcrienco in the general Hard
ware trade, enables m-r, not only to defy all eoruneti-
tion, but has convinced mo that the true principle of
trade is casu sales anu raan proms.
August 30, 1S55. vlnlf.tf - -
S T E A M' M I LL ,
ISOEL, LAKIr & raiERSQN,
X. B: 'We1 would respectfully inform tho citi
zens of Nemaha county and adjoining Missouri, that
we have always on hand a larga and well selected
supply of LIUI HE If, which we can furnish ut low
er rates Uian anv mill in the Territorr.
Market t rices paid forlogj delivered at the yard,
oron the tank of the river. - .
All orders accompanied with the ca:b, will receive
our immediate attention.
NEBRASKA - CITY HOTEL.
. NEBRASKA CITY, K. T.
BARNES & BAISNICI, Troprictors. -
THIS comraodious Hotel, situated J ttpen
Main Street. Nebraska City, will bo foacd a de
sirable resort for travellers. St.igcs leave tail hcuiJ
fcr alt pirtt of the Territory, . , , ; ' .. .
NOTim NOTICE. - :
Merits, Sportsmen and Marciirxturcrs.
riioiiACE x: DCIICK & :. cors -
GBE AT WESTERN EMPORIUM, for ffct Guns,
BiS es, Fistols, Fishir.g Tachle and Sporting Ap
paratus of every variety, , ai o. iNcnn-'iain
street, St. Louis, the sign of tho Doer in tho "N in-
Wet keep constantly on hand a full assort men i oi
Hunting, Target and Minnie Rifles.
Toolher with very variety of lircussjjn Caps,.
Guns, Wads, and Wadding Paper, Fishing Tackle,
Ac, &c; in fact, everything connected rritL the Gun
Two Hundred Breech loading Bille3 of various
pdt-cttts. , ' ;- '
- ..... . m I 1 a . i T
JS. JJ. All Rinas 01 gun mairiai anu douuuug,
m tL29 lorgca, niea anu Lnisuea siu.lv. .
Iloaso call and examine for yourselves before you
make your purchases, a3 experience U tho only true
uiu. ; , " . . ; , ' . '
f Our gocxls are nil -warranted by us.
. Express Compaiay,
Priricipal Oflicc No. 12,' N. Main St.,
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
BEG leave to inform the public, that they have
ilxtonded their Express Line to this places Hav-
ing'" complied with, the requisition cf their Charter,
and being fully organized, xe now prepared to trans
act ft i .
General - Agency Business. ;'
The bucccss which. has attended the original Propri
etor, is a guarantee .of tho satisfaction rendfpcd,and
lt w ul al ways bo the aim and study, of the Lxecutive
of this. Company, .to give evory pa'isihio facility for
the speedy .and safe transmission f..f
Money -Valuable- Pnekiures?,- Tarcel, and
r limiales ot ioods'xJerchandi2e,
and every description of Freight, on reasonable terms,
to ad' points' bn tho Missouri Liver, and at St Louis,
with other responsible Express Companies, for New
York, New Orleans. Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago,
Cincinnati, Burlington. Lduisvillc, Bock Island, Mem
phis, Pittsburgh" and ' Buffalo, and to almost every
town and vunago in the Lmtcd State?, Lurcpc, Aus
tral and California." ' -- '" -
A Messenger will be put cn tho new steamer Oma-
ba, making weekly trips between hero and St. Jo
seph, there connecting with ourdaily hne to bt Louis
and all points as above In behalf of the Enterprise,
the patronage of the publif is respectfully solicited.
All business entrusted to as, will meet with the same
energetic and prompt attention -which has always
charactcrrzcd this Express, and made it pro-eminent
in V estcrn Express business. : .
Edwart Mkat. . " - SAMxn. JIcOartxet.
W. D. W. Bernard, - Jonx W. Toole y. .
JosErn F. BicnARDsoN.
B. F. Barby, Aiton. - W. J. Pigot, l,exington.
JC3EP1I F. B1CIIABDS05, Pres't.
S. M. Gray, Sec'y. . ' ' . , .
vln2. IIenev Kyle, General Agent.
JUST OFENED AT THE HEAD OF BROADWAY,
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
WHERE may be found a largo assortment
of -.BOOKS ANI STATIONERY", and
everything in their line, consisting in part, as fel
Fiistories and Biographies,
Narratives and Travels,
. School Books, '
" Misscollaneous Works, '
Lives of Eminent Persons,
. - r Agricultural Works,
Standard Poetical Works,
Beligious Works, '- " '
." - Song Book?, - .' ..
BibU-s and Hymn Books,
. rovcH ami Li
rht Beading, '
. . . Blank Bwks,
Pa per, Pens and Ink, V " " ,
Cards and Gift Bock?, ',
Toys and Fancy Primers, '
Portfolios and Albums,
Anil a thousand other useful and necessary articles
in tho lino.. ... " . . -
Also, red, black and blue INKS, of our own man
ufacture, Wholesale and Retail, as Cheap as can be
had in St. Louis, and warranted of the best quality,
put up in quart, pint and halfpint bottles; also, in
four and two ounce bottled. . .
Professional men wishing a bill of
Si IAS 3".3 1.14 1
Ca?iTo supplied here at 20 per. cent above pub
lishers prices, wo paying all costs and obtaining them
at the shortest notice. Our arrangements embrace
any STAND ABD BOOKS printed in tho Uni
ted States. " . ' -
Call and see our stock wo are new beginners but
will serve our customers to tho best of our ability.
r ... . . .
uxr prices, wo aro sure will bo gatistnctor. -
CBAIGl & SAN FORD
Council Bluffs, Iowa, Juno 1L '35 vln2.
F. DINGS & CO.,
', 'j .Importers of, and Wholesale DeaUrt in '
Frcrieh, German; British ( American
nOSIERT, GLOVES, TOYS, NOTIONS
Manufacturers of all kinds of Eru&hes.
30 North JIain Street, (Up Stairs,)
... ... ..... ... . . sx.- LOUIS, MO. '. . , ;
HAVING since the first of January, adopted the
Exclsive Cash System, we draw tho atten-
sion of close buyers to the fact that waliave rovised
ourentire stocky and reduced former Credit 3'rices
from 5 to 20 per cent, according to the nature of the
different articles, v - . i ! 1 : "T -.
Coniparisbri .'Rcspcctfiilljr- Solicited.
Price List? may be had on application.
. S t. Louis, Aug-. 13, 1 858. '. : vl-nl2tf
l'S5G." SPRING , SALES. 180G.
"lOW rKICESfb CASH AND PKOJIIT TIME EUTEES.
s JOHN HALS ALL,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL
BOOjKSELER & STATIONER.
: AND BLANK UOOK MANUFACTUKERS,
Ho. 120 Main, St. Ioui3, STo. .
HAS for sale all tho Spelling boots,' Geographies,
Readers; Uistoririesj-Chemistrics; Dictionaries;
Arithmetics; Philosophies, f-c, now ia use, together
with a large stock of Law, Medical and miscellaneous
boots forming the most complete assortment to be
found in the city. Also, Writing paper, and Foreign
and Domestic stationary, of the finest quality,
country merchants and others should not fail to call
at No. 120 Main st.
135G FALL TRADE. . 1856
EDWARD MEAD. W. II. MAURICE. E. H. MEAD.
Oldest lloune of tlie Had in the- Went
, 1 . . . IMalliHhed 1335 .
EDWARD MEAD k CO.,
." v : No. 50 Main, cor. Tine st,
Importers and Wholsalers
, . .-. of - --- -Watches,
Jewelry and Fancy Goods.
WATCHMAKERS' TOOLS, and materials, sil
ver and plated ware, shot guns, rifl?, pistols,
re vol vers, m usk-al i nst ru men Is, da gu errcotypc a mbro
types, Ac, ebrystalotype materials; Hotel and btcam
bt at table ware. .
. St. Louis, September 13, 13 jo. vl-nlJ-3m -
. ROBBINS & POMEROY,
' -WHOLES ALK DEALERS IX,.. -
BOOTS. SHOES & SOLE LEATHER,
Fos. v, Pearl and 71, JIain Street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. .
ru r. bewcett,- I" J. a- Norton; ' : uxuisq
: bennktiorton a hahdinc;. ;
Attorneys ."'at Law, -
Kohmu Citr. X. T., and GJenwood, Ia.
A. - '
debts. - . - '
REFERENCE: . . :
. "TlnJ Lewis Cass, Detroit. ) . jf;chan:
' .lulia D. Morton, . . " S j iUcn-.-a" , :
Gov. Joel A.Iattcson, Springfield, Llj .
' Cfov. J. W. Grimes, Iowa Cr.y,iowa;
i llon. Daniel O. Morton. Toledo, Ohio;
, P. A. Sarpy, Rellevuc, Nebraskic
3 Sedgewich A Walker, Chicago, I'd:
Green, Weare A U nton, Council inuT,Iowa.
- - " . A. J. 'MORROW,
T'AXACTLTxE of the Premium Row, of v.a
ifi rioussize?: ona and two horse Prairio plows
Urush and Steel plows, for salo Wholesalo and Re-
j t.'iil, on Second street, th
J Square, St. Joseph, Mo,
ttrco ooors ixoria oi iuaxnci;
81 k Ii
TT7ILL practice in all the Court3 of ebraska and
VV Western Iowa. Particular attention paid to
obtaining locating Land Warnnts, and coUectiun of
d. sr. nrrcncocx". r. zzt,iltt iekj. jot.
p. Jf. HITCHCOCK cp7
Eef. Olivo'anJ Lccut streets, St. Louis', 3Io.
M ANUFACTUBEBS of Cooking, Heating, ,ul
Piirlor Stoves and Grates.
Also Manufacturers of four sizes of Jevett's ri;.
ent Cary Plough, one and two Lorso, riht aad left
Shakespeare and Lis Contemporaries.
- - " PAINTED BY JOUS FAS.D.
WILLIAMS, STEVENS, WILLIAMS & CO
i S3 Broadvrap, : ; ' :
Have pleasure, in announcing that, they have at
length received a finished Proof of the Engraving by
James FaE!, from the above painting.- V
It is without .exception one of the . most brilliant
Engravings of our time. "
Prints, 10 dJls; Proofs, 20 doll.: Proofs with Au
tographs, 30 dolls: Artist Proofs, 40 A ills.
A few choice impressions of "EVANGELINE" are
still to be had. '
Prints, 5 dolls; Proofs, 10. dolls; Proof before let
ters, 15 dolls: Artist Proofs, 23 dolls. "
- Ncv.13,-1350..; ',:.' ' V'
, joiix p. samsell:
(late of boston) - -
EOCK POUT, MO.,
INTOBMS the public that he is now prepared to
serve them in the above named capacity. Having
had long and extensivo experience, he flatters him
self he can please all who favor him with their pat
ronage. Good fits warranted in all cases.
. , "PARTICULAR ATTENTION .
Given to cutting out garments for borne miking.
Brownville, Aug. 1866. vl-nl21y
E A. WniTKIDGE.
R; J. M KIN5ET.
M RS. E. A. WniTIlIDGU &
. : MANXPACTCBERS OP .I- 1 " -
Masonic Clothing and Odd Fellows
Also Ee.alia for Temperance and otLur Societies,
; Aro. 128 Walnut" EtreeS, vp Stairs,"
-. ; , CINCINNATI, Q.
masons. '"" References, odd fellows.
W.B.Dodds,GMcf Ohio O. P. Morton, P G M Ind.
C. Moore l.d Masonic Kev; turner A (jrny.rub Casket
F. J. Phillips, II. P. City . W. O. Ntilson, P 0 51 Ohio
the .ditor of the Advertiser will have specimens
of Regalia from the above Llanu factory, and reoieve
orders from Lodges or private members for Eegalia.
Augu.st 2, ISob. vl-n'Jtf
Close of the Thirteenth Volume
Subscribers to IIarfer's Magazixe,-whoso ub-
scrptionst expire with 'the November cumber, aro
re?pectfully.requested ti renew them without delay.
lE.i.s: lhreo Dollars a year, or Twenty-five
Cents a Mumber. The Semi-annual volumes, as
completed, neatly bound in cloth, aro sold at Two
Dollars each, and muslin covers aro furnished to
those who wish U have their back numbers uniform
ly bound, at Twnety-fivc cents coch. Thirteen vol
umes are now ready, bound in cloth, and alio in
half calf. ' '
Clubs of two persona at Five DoHurs a year, five
persons at Ten Dollars, or eleven persons at Twenty
Dollars. ,? : . ' ' '
The commencement of a volume affords a favora
ble occasion for the opening of new subscriptions.
The December number will commence a new vol
ume. ' ' -:
The Magazine weighs over seven and not over
eight ounces. The postage upon eaoh number is
Thrce'Conts. - , . : : "., ':
Each number of the Magazine .will contain 141 oc
tavo pages, in double columns, each year thus com
prising noarly two thousand pages of the choicest
Miscellaneous Literature of tho day. Every num
ber will contain numerous Pictorial Illustrat ions, ac
curate Plates of tho Fashions, a copious Chronicle
of Current Events, and impartial Notices of the im
portant Books of the month. Tho Volumes com
mence with tho numbers for JUNE and DECEM
BER; but subscriptions may commence with any
number.. . UAKPEU A BKO'S., Publishers,
Franklin Square, New York.
French and Anxericari . Window Clasi & Glatncare,
Slices, Indigo, Jfadder, Perfumer ie,dc
SPRING ST O OK!
CIIAllLESS, BLOW & CO,
IMPORTERS WHOLES AIX DEALERS.
63 and 67 Slain itreet, St. Loui3, ITo.
Are now in receipt of their now Stock, embracing
everything in their line. . -
g7"Mcrchant visiting our City are renested to
give us a call. a3 we aro determined b sell for Cash
or Prompt Timo Papier, as low as any House in tha
T. J. KAFTEKT. . . J. P. KELLY.
Llarket Square, "West, St. Joseph, llo.,
KAFTERY Sc KELLY,
WHOLESALE & EETAIL DEALERS.
HAVE the pleasure of announcing to their friends
patrons, and the public, that they-have remov
ed their establishment from Main street to Market
Square, West side of the Market House, where they
will keep constantly bn band a largo and varied as
sortment of groceries, salt, liquors, dry goods, queens
ware, boots, shoes, Ac, with a large supply of choice
family flour and meal. Attention i3invited t their
select stock of Virginia and Missouri tobacco, manu
facrured expressly to their order, which will bo sold
as usual, at a low figure. - .
With n thousand thante for the generous support
that proceeded their removal, which w:i3 occasioned
by the accroachment of tao Mwonri river, they now
solicit a continuance of thatsupport, and 3 tho best
inducements to customers, they guarantee that their
prices shall be low, and their goods unsurpassed.
They invito country dealers and the public to inspect
their stoc k of groceries, particularly their choice col
lection of Teas, with full assurance that they etand
alone in this city, both as regards quality and cheapness.-
Received per steamer "Edinburgh," 30 this of
Iittsburgh and Dayton ale.
Terms eash or produce Cash paid for wheat,
hides, beeswax; tc . . .
AMERICAN AND ORIGINAL. ,
-i Tho Forty-ninth Volume of the Knickerbocker
Magazine will commence with tho number fcr Jan
uary, 1857; and it is the intention of Ihe Publisher
to make great additions to tho literary merit? of the
work. - '
We tike it for granted, there are but -few Maga
zine readers in the country who are not familiar with
the authcTs of St. LEcr.i:,and the Sparrow-Okas,
both old,eontributors to tho Knickerbocker. We
are pleased to be ablo to announce that they will
both write for our magazine the corning year. Mr.
Cozzens will contribute a new and really original
Story, which will appear In every number; and Mr.
Kimball will furnish a Sketch or a Story as often aa
hi other duties w ill permit. . j -
Terms: Three Dollars a year, in advance. Two
copies FiTe Dollars. Five copies and upwards Ten
Dollars. The Magazine is sold by all periodical
dealer?.'' Specimen numbers sent free of charge.
The Knickerbocker and any other Three Dollar
Magazine, sent one year for Five Dollars. The
Knickerbocker and Hume Journal, one year for Four
letters cortainingremittancca and every thingeon
nected with the bni?nes department, should be ad
dressed to SAMUEL IIL'EriroX, ITblishex.
313 jjroud way, New York.
; , - - THE ...
.... AXD . . .
Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste.
: ; ' EDITED BT'" ' ' r
J. JAY,;S1HTHj Editor Kortli Ansricaa S7IYI.
TnE IIoTmcrLrcpiT, as its name implies, is do
voted to Horticulture aud its kindred arts Rural
Architecture and Landscape Carlening, and will
keep its readers advised cf the new th'mgs on the
subjec t, either in Europe or America. It is a Month
ly Journal of forty-eight p;cs, beautifully printed
on fine paper, and elegantly illustrated. In adlition
to numerous wood cuts in the frit style of the art,
caoh number contains a full-page engraving, from
stone, tf some new, rare, and valuable fruit, tree, or
flower, and is one of the most beautiful, a well as
the most useful Monthly Journals published ia the
Teems $2 per ycar, in advance. Tho volamo
commenced on the 1st of January last, and wo can
supply back numbers from that time. Those who
prefer can enrnmenoo with the current number. '
Coi.oeed Plates. Still further to add to the ral
uo of the work, and meet the improving ta$to and
increasing wanta of the horticultural coiiisiur.ity, an
edition is published with Colcrrd llates, each num
bereoLlainbg a full-pag-i ongravi: g tf s.a.o new,
rare, and valuable fruic, or fi:wer, ei rrecMy colored
from n.iture by the best living artists in this line.
Thu is new. and iavportant feature in tLis eiuatry.
Price ?3 a year in fvlrno. Addre?
KOUKRT PIlARSALL SMITH, PubLsher,
17 and 13 Minor street, Uhiladclphio.
fill II .
o. "Main- K'vocf - c?i
S GENTS for SuV.Cb,
II the -Qaeca cf the Sunt - :
,Lil has boca kept secured to th ittii i
recently, however, (Juno 21
Patent for the United ktes Iwi &
cunt? the invention for fourteen C2H?
h;isl Kil -f.fi.ino. I it.olP t, .. . 'WS. TV-
.. .. nuvi-y-r u nat bpw..
to competition with othet Milla It . :?
the other-make of Mills cf oureity
Fair in -1330, whe,itd,ew a J&fi
voru iui, ana was awarded a fine silver rTf W
- uumus zy
:d three .xpressij for grinding wheat
The peculiar -novelty of thfj Xi uZ'
stone is tho running stoce, in a
get grain into the Hill
an. . ..
quently wo grinl nearer the centre an1iJl'-
wiui ie?3 powet than nynpprru:inVr-V?
Itnrcuy: Uur M;ll take, any kinUf gn
choking. e warrant againstcholiin.:. 1 V.
xourtniy: uur .ms n;ver tak unjarrlsr
empty the under stone not tou:hiiT th9 1 M
no injury can ho done. . This is in importaT1'
tag over all Mills where the upper rtoneV ?,
ccr- ' - ' August 23, is: j. "
FRESH DRY GOOD
eedy, JAnxrsoN & CO
WE are now in receipt of the most cornet
magnificent stock, cverolared to ta.j vl
Trade. . ilcrchanfa vitfting. thia city ar, m-X
makeaa examination of our stock and prii-n
IIR FARMERS '
. AiND TUli i AnME..V3 GCTUT
Great Reduction ith? Fric of iha latter i
; Ii. SCOTT vfe CO New York,
. Continue to publish tli'J folio sing BritL-h Psnofi
cals, viz: ' " '
The London Quarterly ( C nservatta 'i
The Ediabursh llrview ;Wbi).
The North liritish Review (FneChareti
The Westminister ltevicw (Libeml' "
Blackwood's Edinburgh JlagarinefT-rt'
ivauici, uui puii.iLs luriM.-tua.y one leatureof -w.
on Science Liters ture? Morality, and Religion,
stand, as they ever have stood, unriraL'ei j
world If-letters, being considtrd indosMnaiJ
the scholar and the professional man, wLila to U,
intelligent reader of evsry clas, -vhey fumuhiacr,
correct record of the current literature (if ttt at
throughout the world, than can t posibij oLui'
from any other source.
' ThoTcceiptof Advance Shuets from tbiSriu
ish publishers gives adiitional value to then fc.
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White and Yellow Fhx.rin,' r;a-ly Uresel; hut aJ
best assortment of PLaeanl Cottonwood shins'-
Poplar Siding, Ac. .
lie has nowen hand, at bin Lumber Yard,th In
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,7 . mmoiI1
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rEILRY llATl.S. e,j
F..r everv two horses, ui'ile cf o.t;a i '
each individual pair of horse:, males or ox
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" led horse or c.ale, .
loose cattle per heuJ, : '. .
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eaoh f'-i truin, "
" cwt.of fre'ghr..
icci 01 turacer, - . .
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oxen therewith, -7
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cases. ini3 is a great veiation ciusb, i i 1
trouble in all Mills where the nrpr stona
ner. Of course, we mean t mill Mil, wt " .
tion mu.t be high to do much biu.in '
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