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"WASiirsGTox, Jan. 21.
Senate. Jatacs S. Green 'vho vras
elected Senator from Missouri in place
of Atchison, appeared in the Senate
Chamber this morning, jind was qual
ified. - - '
Washington, Jan. 27.
Hon. Preston S. Brooks died this
evening at Brown's Hotel. He has
been in bed two orthrce days, suffer
ing from the effects of a severe cold.
He was telling his friends he had pass
ed the crisis of hi3 illness, and felt
considerably improved in health, when
he was seized with a violent cough,
and died about tenminutes afterwards.
The event so sudden, has caused much
surprise and sympathy throughout the
ST. L0UI3 ADYrilTi: ZIIZXTS.
FROM TIES KEWSFAPEB ACVEHTI:- IXG AGENCY OF
IV. J . '
Corner of Olive and 3!
icj; lloiiaj of Ji'ha J. Anderson
HJJLLOASS O 122 TTOEX-D.
The whole number of miles of rail
road, we learn by a Xew York paper,
in the world on the 1st of July last,
""'" v v pa(;i;'s patent
amount more man cne-niui tf,o.u' . ... . . , "Till
.1 .x ... tt. o..;v -hm ! Portable Circular Er.-w-iui,
mueslis m iau uuuuu omit::, xvau-, . , ,
roads were started in England, anil;
vet in ten yeara. we passed her.
G crm2.ny j
Africa " i" "
Bostox, Jan. 9. '
Tn thfi House this mornincr. the
election of U. S. Senator, resulted 133
for Charles Sumner, against 12 scat
tering. These scattering votes were
T 1 1 r i Til 1 T' ii T.
inviucu Deiween x-uwaru . Xivereii, ivu
fus Choate,. "William Appleton, and
' N. J. Lord, ;
' i f
t ----- I
Gen. Cass's Successor. Zachariah
Taylor, who has been chosen by the
- c i
Gen. Cass in the United States Sen
ate, for six years from the 4th qf
March next, is a merchant of Detroit,
and, at the same time, a zealous poli
tician. Missouri U. S. Senator. Got.
Folk, Dem., was elected on Tuesday
U. S. Senator for the full term. The
vote was FolklOl, Benton 23, Gamble
A resolution to adjourn the Legis
lature to St. Louis passed the House.
. Horace Greeley has commenced a
suit in the Court of Common Fleas, of
Cuvahocra county, against J. Gray
of the Plain Dealer, for libel, layincr
. his damages at 10,000. The suit is
based unen Gray's cuarrin Greeley
. with having been bought up in the late
political campaign. Carter & Thayer,
Fiaintiif s Attorneys; S. J. Andrews
retained as Associate Counsel.
the" present time, the Model Republic
has three times as many inilei of- rail
road as Great Britain and France uni
ted. The following table showing the
miles of railroads in different countries,
we clip from a report made to Congress
some three weeks since . 1
In the U. S.
The average cost of American rail
ways has been estimated to b 3 40,000
a mile, which is rather over than below
the mark. The English railways have
cost, on an average, 200,003 a mile;
the Belgium railways, $90,000; the
French railways, 130,000; the Ger
many railways, 5G,000. j Many! rea
sons may be assigned for these vliria-tions.
The German and American rbails
have in general but one track ; i the
French and English two. The princi
ple pursued by the English engineers,
who also built most of the French
roads, was toaroid abrupt curves and
steep gradients, by grading and cut
ting, hence a largo increase of expense.
At I prAticr.? iaBimiilrt in construction and C;
FOIi STEAM AND HOUSE rOWJ-R.
c-hinery in cp-
in order, and can bo moved on a ws -ou a3 rcaiiny m
a threshing nwntine, and put in operation at smaA
expense. It will saw IVouu one to two thoumtd feet
of lumber a day, with one team of sir horse?;' an
average tusinssj and in a better stjle than other
uiilU now in use. It is cqnally well adapted to
Steam, Water' or Horse Power."
The undersigned, ngimts for the pa tan tee would
announce to the public that they arc liow propped
to furnish Milk, with or without horse power, of eu
perior quality and workmanship, with the r:oa
use the same, upau the most farorablc term?, s.K their
nutnufactt ry, lso.'2H2, SeeoLd street, St. Ixulu, Mo.
- We have al.- the ri;rht for the lnanufaeturt of
Childs' Patent Double Saw , Mills.
Thft suflecssfu' rraetical oinration of these, mills
' prj through tte country Las been the means of estiblish
! ins their treat reputation and with improvements
w in eonstruotion nd increased facilities in nianuiac-
turing, we offer them to tno puouc wua ihu coua
dence of their adrantasres.
All orders addressed to us will be promptly execu
ted, and any information in regard to Mills chlcrf ul-
E. C. Davis has been released from
pur jail. His bail bond was put at
twenty-five hundred dollars, and was
subscribed by a score of our citizens.
Since his releasc "which took place on
last Friday, he has been frequently
upon the streets, and though it is said
he looks quite badly, he enters cheer
fully into conversation, and has made
no attempt to make his escape. What
benefit this will be to him, beyond a
temporary release from incarceration,
we cannot see, as. we believe there is
no question raised in irerard' to his
The Atlantic Submarine Tele
gram. The British Government have
fixed the maximum rate for tbc trans
mission of communications by the
proposed submarine telegraph across
the Atlantic at four shillings per word
or about one dollar of our currency.
It w ill be divided between the different
stations as follows : From London to
Cork, sixpence sterling ; across the
ocean, two shillings and sixpence;
from Kcw-Foundland to New York,
one shilling. , i .
XUllTT. L. 21 ATT UN, Pi prietor.
Wl&i nitu I rc nav
ies Tine t, est. r?r.rti a:. a i
No pat or eijenJe e I1 ty the sultri
er to nlke his :seoaifortalIo in every n tet,
t this W-'U kno a RUtl D'SQ,J reputable House.
Th wrv bet v ttention civea to aniniils Ir a
at this Wo
The very bet r ttention givea
rnod and attentive ilostler.
l!NITr.I STATE'! . ,
ESPRBSa COilij?AriT t
GIVE erery ossibla facility for the safe and
Fpecdy trautmsioa of -Money
Vnlnable Tackles, Parcels,
(ioodn, nnd Merchaniliie
Of ery descrij:.ion,tT reniiablei terms.--' - -
pRisciraL OnfiC&J New York, DuffoJo, Cincin
nati, Tc4ediv CfvlcRgo, Dayton, Iridiancpcli?, and M
thoam:il!er towq on iauroads in the Eastern, Mid
dle and Western's tate?, connecting at St. L-snis with
Kiehardson's Misjouri River Expres?. 11. KllT.
July2i5,lS53.if 1-nS General Superintendent.
T. O'DIUSCOLT & CO.
fftnufactnrcrs auJ dcal.rj in -News. , .xana
l 1 Type, Print tg lVcs, :s, Ca , ! e V Ac., &-.
,ti::u:oti ping -f mi -.ind-n-
tent Medicine )irectiut , Jol;, V'o-d 1 -Tevu.
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
Jouri.rJ cfllural Art and Itura
j. jxi ::;irn, r:itor ::or
THK iT "TlTICCt-TVRIST, H3 i'.-S U
voted t . Horticulture aua iw n"
Areliit; "ure nnd Land-ScajM? Ga
ii,n !n rrvl'M r.ilviscd of the r
i; itr in j.urct'O or ajui i . . j.
.r.Miial of fi.rtv-ci'ut r.ai?-S b.'auiuui.y u
oft Eaa rarer, and
ly given. . i
Persons ordering Mills Kill please mention the
State and Couttv in which they Kish to ma theut.
Eitension oT Pace's Patent. ' .
XTOTICE is hereby piven to the public, thiit the
IN pntent of PAGE'S PORTABLE CIRCULAR
SAW JIILL han been ettended fvr seven years from
Jcly H5th,185ii. All persons found violating this
Vcxst rt";',mJ m -1 n nmmmnf im w.ki.gywil
or Tending, Kill te proceeded against in oecorlance
with tho la ws in Huch c:we mado and proviilod;,
GEOKGE PAGE, Patentee.
(Successor i)"OONAN, TOOLE Y ,f Co,)
53 Mairi stl OU Stand, Si. Loins, Mo.
TMPOKTEn.Wliolesaloaud RetailDcaler, in China,
I Glass and Uiuscnsware, leiiowana KocKinjrhain
Ware, Charideliii-s, Lumps, Lanterns, Lookicg-glas-?es.
Britannia Ware, &Ci c, Kith a preat variety of
r ancy lunuo anu i-arior vrnamenis, aireci rrom ino
ottenoa and Alanulaotnrers. . , - . , ;
rS7"Now arrivtn and in sUire, a full stock of tho
above line of goois, Khich is offered to tho Trada at
reasonable rates. ! An examination is solicited.'
t"()n hanil, Assorted Crates, for Country iradc.
N. B." Packing receives special attention. ' '
September 13,15. .vlul5-6m .
A Large Estate, The -value of the
real and personal estate of Jhe Uni
ted States, is reported for the year
1S5G, hy Mr.- Secretary Guthrie, at
11,317,011,672 that is over eleven
and a quarter hillions of dollars. The
total population is 2C,9G1,?12 souls.
iTir. c:-:rite.i tiio .enmes aueffed.
St. Joseph Gazette,
HranATroN or a Legislature-1""""
The members'of the Mi?n '"Legis
lature, not satisS'1111110 accommo
dations nt -Jefferson City, have resolv
ed to mijrrate to more congenial
' quarters, at St. Louis, and accordingly
passed a rcsoluticnto adjourn to that
city on the 19 ult. -
it- . i. t Xl- -
' Legislators are slaves, (to their habits
of living probably) and hotel-keepers
. are tyrants; and the badness of the
lkfuor, and close copartnership : in
sleeping, (three in a bed,) great ex
pcase of feeding (on poor fare), the
, scarcity of good brandy and . cards,
. and diverse other deprivations too
grievous to bear and as all these na
med luxuries have to be transported
from St. Louis, it is cheaper for the
. Legislature to go there.
' " Thirty thousand passengers were
carried last year by the steamships
. between Europe and the United States
eastern and "western pas-
Negotiations arc now pending be
tween the United States, England and
Prance, for a reduction of Ocean
postage to one half the present rates ,
and a modification of charges oncon-
'tiacntal correspondence . by British
It is said that there exist in this
country a secret order called tho "Son
'of Freedom," whose object is to wrest
' Cuba from, the mother country. It i3
said the headquarters arc at New York,
. and the organization embraces the
principal scabord towns from that city
. . i . V vi
;xo icw urieans. . . :
. Fiendish .Outrage. On theight
of thc.7thin.st., some cowardly scound
rel entered the stable of Hoyt,
who lives five miles south of Maquo
keta, on the Davenport road, and cut
(he whole tongue close I j the roofs out of
one of his best mares. "We have read
of a great many outrages, and seen a
great many villains, but this surpasses
everything we ever heard of. The
unhung scoundrel, who did :this -deed
would stab his mother in tho - dark, if
he was - mad at her. His cowardice
and malignity would mako the Devil
ashamed of himself, and we verily
believe that when he goes to hell, his
sable master will resign his throne and
dominions to him. . . -.
It appears the fellow' had to take
two cuts at the mare's tonjue before
he got it off, as Mr. Hoyt informs us.
We can clearly seo the fufure course
of this fiend in human shape: ho will
never do any more good m this world
lor liimselt or any body else ; misfor
tune and remorse will dog his footsteps
ana ail who are connected with, him :
and if he has either respect or care
for the worldly prosperity of his fam
ily and friends, he will; at once hang
himself f and rid the world of the great
est scoundrel since the days oiJudasA
Jlaquofcela .xcelswr. '. , ; ;;
Destruction or an University.
The splendid building, of tho medical
Department of the University at
Louisville, Ky., wa3 destroyed by fire
with most of tho contents. The loss
was not less than 100,000, with
' Ky Authority
TILE STATE , SUPERINTENDENT ;
.And Board cf Education,
Have ordeied the following Desirablo "Works for the
Ton&bip Libraries of Indiana.
SomB of them hare been pat into every Library,
others only into tie more populous townships. Tho
careful attention given to tho examination of works
for thesie libraries, is a guarantee of tho merit of the
books heson. Many families will desire to own tho
books, una read it the;r leisure, rather thou wait
their tim to got theui from a library. The works
may be- purchased of Booksellers, or will be snt by
mail, free of postage, upou payment of prices annex
ed to each
Farr's Ancient History Much snpciior to
Rollin, b(c;iuso nioro concise, accurate, and up with
modern. research.. 4 uJs., Cloth, gilt, $3. Bheep,
norary siyie, 5J,ou;
The Teacher's Uliscellnny is a new nnd ex
cellent eolloction of articles on Education, written by
Jude JIcLean, Drs. Stowe, Biggs, MeGriFEY,
Avdelott, l'iCKKTT, Lvnd, Vost, and other distin
guished members of tha 'College of Teachers."
vol., 12mo Cloth, $15. - . -
History of the Puritans nnd riljrrim
Fathers. . By Stovteil and Wilson, 1 toI., 12ino
HIoirat's Lire of Dr. Chalmers. ; 1 Tel.,
I2mo..$,25. . , ,
: The Ladies of the Covenant: Memoirs of
distinguished fcxottish renialo Characters:' Embra
cing the lVriod of the Covenant and the Persecu
tion. By Ilcv. James Anderson.
JIo tint's South Africa. Ono volume, 12mo,
Six Years in India. By Mrs. Coni Makex
zie: 2vo1h12oio., Cloth, 2.00 - : : .
Kern's Practical Landscape C.ardenin?,
with 22 plans and Illustrations. Third cditioh. Jl,50
A Boy's Experience in the U. S. Jiavy.
. 1 volume, 15mo.; Illustrated. 75 cents.
The Llerchant Vessel,
A Sailor-Boy's Voyages to see the World.
1 volame, J6mo., Illustrated. 75 cents.
Xokdiioff's ndmiral sories of volumes. 'M:in-of-
War Life," "Meivlia nt Vessel,'' and the new volume
to appear it heptember, under the title of "Whaling
and Fishinjj," must bo received with great favor, as
the first two have been, wherever circulated. . They
are the faithful limnings of nica years experienca
at sea, f a coniracn sailor, a native ?'Buckoyc,M re-
COgri:;.." .infoi'u to no writes of the prrcir; day,
in lifo-like delineations of adventure by S3a. ,
cry utri iing and graphic pictures of hfo at Sea,
evidently outhentio aud very instructivo,
. lias adventure enough to pleaso and truth
enough to tlissijato tho charm of a sailor's lifo.
; . " New Xork Evangelist.-,
There is in Uiom a vast amount of iuformation
respecting tho commerce of the world. Presbyterian
"Will take captive the young. Journal and Mes
senger. A Bnckeye Abroad, or Wanderings in Europe
and the Orient. By Samuel S. Cox. Third edi
tion, Illustrated. 1 vol., 12mo., muslin, 1.25.
The Three Great Temptations of Youns
r.ien. baucei. i. jtisheu. lourth; edition,
vol. 12mo- muslin, 1,09.
These are capital works fur family libraries. Vub-
'" 25 West Fourth St Cincinnati
JI,. W., L. & CO. are the publishers of Bayard
Taylor's Cyclopedia of Modern Travel, which is sold
entirely, oy ugenis.
W . i A. S13NSENDEIIFEU.
J2dH)BT EiiT"A N 6 WllOLCSAtE-DKALEltr N
Havana aid Dcmcslic, Cigars & Tobacco.
SOUTH EAST CORNER & SECOND STS
V. have in store, and to arrive, a verv larrro
assortment cf the very best brands of Havana f No 2
Cigars. We desire to call the special attention of
cah buyers to our largo stock, which we are deter
mined to sell very low i0r casn. "iney consist, la
pai-t, of the following brands: : : -'
. i.; r- ir?n
ITeniliuue ikvjj.uuis: isiiuars:
Mi Destino oo
Carnelia t do
Deliranto ' do
Salnadora j do '
El Sol . do
Mensagero : do v
Reinw Sultana do
. Iberia do,
" BegAdcra do ;
La Yo ; do . ,
Fidel id ad do :
7holesalc Paper - Y7arehou
BKADNER. WAIuILa Ji iu
WHOLESALE Dealers in i'apcrs of every dos
v oription,,, .... zr.-Y.-
IVniting, Folio Foat,
. f . , j, IBpor, t i Ftut Crt , if ' :
K'i 'Wracpirg, i 'i. Foolscap. : . , j ,. i
"Manilas, letter Jt Note,
Colorol Papers, Medium & Demy's,
of the very best Eastern and Western Manufacture,
a cd for sali at ve-y low prints. ; " ' ,
i TCash for Ua and T.opj, ! . -BK
ADN E 11, WAKR EN A. CO.,
.. --No.-12, La Sallo strccr.
Chicago, June. 23th. 1S5). rf , . vl-n I
Improved Little Giant
CORN & COl PLANTATION MILL
TTIHE puhacribor ha purchased exclusive riirht of
X Territory in the eUof t!ialKvo eelebratea
Mills, and is prepared to furnish them at all times,
cither wholesale or retail, and guaranteed in the most
positive manner. . r
It is now more than a year since th
Was introduced to the public, during which time, it
baa been constant! erowins in the zonular favor.
- v 2 rj a k
The improvements recently elToetcd and patented,
makes it the most perfect machine ever offered for
general farm uso. ; it is furnished ready f.r attaching
team, and weighs as follows: No. 1, 225 No. 2, 330,
No, 3, 400, o. 4, 0O pounds. - Twenty nunutca ar
suiucient to set ono up, without mechanical aid, and
when once adjusted, it can with safety bo cntrustsd
to a boy. I ull directions accompany each jlill
XS? EH Xt OZZ
No 1, $35, will griad 8 bu inoal per hoar with I horse
40, " . .. JO " . 71
No3 50, M 13 M , " 1
Xo4 60, ' u ' 20 - a
Liberal discount to dealers. '
JAME B. CIIADWICK,
No. f3 Locust street, bt t. 2d and 3d
Juno 23, IS50.. vl-n4 : " St. Louie, Mo.
i impuc , U do
zed urt B..ral
znin. :d will
f thin ; ou th
dc-antlv i;iu?t:itcvl. In ad.Lt:..u
to auaivtwus wiwa cuu in v.m j.i m. .
caoh number toutalni a full-; n -c ci -rnyi:-.-, Irom
rf ami nA.w. rare, and Taliui I? tni.i, iree, cr
a tuino or tr.Arn- is A 3
COLE'S VOYAGE o Y
Chi' V:rnd. Vonth. k
(U:;,-ry of tho S ,,:. '1,7
.nmJr tW numb era from that time. Ihosu who
rreicr c;i;i rinuiu a mv4 ...vv..v
Coi.oiu:i FLA1E3. Still furtber to a.U la tuc val
ue of the work, ami meet tho ur.rovir tt'J nna
inorcisiuJ wan:s of the horticultural community, an
dition is published with Colored Unto?, enca. t.utu
acoulainir.!; ft 'futl-pa engraving cf eoma now,
ire. and valuable fruit, or Qewrr, correctly colored
from nature by tho best living artists in this line.
Tlt'is is a new and important feature in this country.
rico a year in advance. Aaaros
KOUEliT PEAKS ALL- SilITU, Fubluher,
'V .' 17 and 13 Minor street, HhiUdolyhU.
Oranadica di ! ; , ;
Pocahonta . do . : ,
La Flora da
ElSoldelaDiimca do Doce Meses do
Figaro Cillindradosi 1). B. Ciwtanon do
; Prensado D. D. do J. Y. P. Fa ma do ; ' '
1 ; V de la Rama do Vinera Plantations; ,
P.L. do . Vellegaa do ,
" Mensajero Trabucas; Do la Crui Principcs;'
S'ictoria do Barrios do , r s .
,. Lcjbt C-uarfl Opera, Star do
J. L. Panetelasj ' Desinio Prest. " . "
May: , . . j ,; W. & J. SENSENDEEFER.
McMechan & Balleutlne, ' 1
WHOLESALE Grocers and 'Commission Mer
chants,?;, 34 Levee, St. Louis, Mo., between
Olive and Locust sts., have now in store and receiv
ing tho, largest and most general, stock of Groceries
they hava ever offered, which they intend . to soli nt
the lowest market .rates.. Their stock consists in
part of-i '. ' '' 7 -7 r. i : r :
, 375 hhds N. 0. auar; 400 bbls clarified,' . .
"223 bbls loaf, crushed and powdered sugar;
350 do and If do plantation molasses;
; 45f pkgs Belcher's sy. molasses; 150 bis NOSII;
150 hf chcstl Y II tea; 275 do Imp. G P and
Black do; ; .
. 150 casks S. Carb soda; 23 do saleratus; '
200 boxes Babbitt's saleratus; . " .
275 do Va and Mo tobacco: :'. ' ,
75,500 Spanish cigars; 2CO.O0OIIaT and Cuba sixes;
. . 350 bxs star candles; 11 1 casks currants;
1500 bbls, hfdoand kits 1 and 2, makorel;
.: 50 pkgs No. 1 salmon; 3000 bxs nss'd tumblers;
, u qtand.pl, flasks; .000 nests tubs, 3 and 8;
. 7 550 dozen assorted pails; - '
1500 -eks prim Kio ctTee; -3QQ packets Java; .
" - 75 sacks Mocha do: . . ,
...2iiulLlqtii-Wlilinj and Cosiort.naik. aiul bra.ls
fj'-'-ftssortsd , to 40u; , ... . , , .
. .'75 bxs Bait Cove oysters; 275 bales ta-.tir.g;
V, 250 eks Eagls cotton yarn assorted; - 7
. - 450 coils Man. end Jute rope: " . . .
150 bxs pept-T .and pimento: 75 bbls almond;
150 drums llgs; 600 bxs hf and qr M 11 raisia;
.arums cca uso; iza dxs. ao; .
15 cases sardines hf nnd qr;
350 boxes assorted pickles, ketchup;
. 350 bxs palm and fam. soap; 30 do mould e'dl
r. bji) do asst window glass; 50 bgs carpet chan
' 150 doi sine washboards; 50 grots yeast pow'ds
' CO nests willow baskets:-
Toircther with a eeneral and full slock of for
eign and domestic ints brandies, Jtc.
v Country Produce
t7 ANTED, and for which wo allow . the highest
pr-s. llVlSLllLELh & LXX
Bloody "Work in Cincinnati.- Thb
number of hog3 - slaughtered in Cin
cinnati the present season up to Dec.
31st is 313,702 against 328,885 for
the same period of the preceding year,
The slaughter season last two or three
Tho Emperor of China, Yihcow III-,
. cniung, has declined to receive a spc
cial communication fcorn that "outside
barbarian" Franklin Pierce, President
cf the United States. The document
' . Tvas duly transmitted according to the
prescribed etiquette of the celestial fdistrict of that Territory.
ccurr, tut ins majesty reiuscd to re
'.ccivc it, and sent it back unopened.
He has probably never heard of the
fiito of Greytown, and consequently
not airaKl. A letter tromtho C!ir-fn
C 1 . 1 f 1 t
oi xiiigianu, lorwaraed some
since, met with a similar fate.
J cha Bull is again making war on
tie Celestials Admiral Seymour is
-.Larding Canton, and Teas . were
neiiicr in Lnqland.
I sriks have failed: .
Prr-iric State Bank, DI3.
'le s BnnK-
' , .
ri7::i li C-.-l
- Territorial ArrorsTMExrs. The
Senate havo cot:nnn"ei tho following
Jno. W. II. Ucdcrwood, of Geo., to
associate ot tho buprems Court of
the - Territory of Nebraska, 'vice Ed
ward K. Harden, resigned. -
Teter K. Doston of Utah, United
States Marshal fcr that Territory,' vice
A. F. Ilaun, declined. - "
' Read Flcchter of Kansas, tobe Uni
ted States ' Attorney for tiiA "inforn
Gen. Scott has finally succeeded in
getting the allowance, claimed by him,
for services rendered the U. 8. The
House cf Representatives -has just
passed a bill giving him 20,000, in
addition to 10,000 received - some
THE NEW-' FLOURING MILL.
pLARIv'ti PATENT COMBINED GRINDING
ana raiting or -Merchant 1 louring Mill.-.This
highly ingeiiious and rn-ith needed invention forma
wwt ' ,nSf J.alure ,n the nianufactal-o of
V- u- aaa WLK by the superior manner in
J , , IH:"crin8 113 wora uuiJNDLNU nnd BOLT
?r?a " 4 6iDSlc operation into Seven
different kinds of flour and feed.
This mill possesses adrantages to numerous to be
enumcra ted in any advertisement. Tho proper wav
;u "ri"'"-"" -a grwvfc meru 13 to sect it run
Jt is in operation daily at
No. 213 Broadway, Corner Court nt.,' St. Louitf, Mo
-" v o"a "'" -""is rnr oaiev
, , y ' Broadway and (jourt.,2d Skry.
ST. JO 8 EVIL LUMBER YARD.
mond "Street, near Curgill's Mill,
St.' Joseph, HIis.ouri.
W. J. TAYLUK, Itemoved from tho;. old
brand to the auovo named nlacu. !
milE undursjgatd is how fully prepared to ac;om-
j. moutsie ni.s jiatrons e.na Incnds with the bent as
sortment of Fine Lumber ever offered in this mar
ket, comprising not only "White l'ine Lumber nnd
W lute and Yellow Floorinjr. read t dressed: butiLU)
best asrttient of Tine and CJttonwood fchin;!es,
l'oplar Siding, &(!. ,7
He hut now on hand, at his Lumber Yard, tho lar
gest and best assortment of Dor,
tian blinds, sver tifercd in this market, a portion of
, uu uuai in.ui vuici nnati manutaelorie, v.nch
w a Tery reaueea prices. is
fully prepare to 11 all orders in his line, at short
notiee, aud larticularly solicits the Kansas and: Ne
braska trado, for he has the articles thev want nnd
must hare. Bo sure to give mo a call, near Curgill's
Mill, and in the immediate vicinity of tho tst. Jo-
sepa urewery. , ,
The COn'CSTondent of ihr "Mlnstmiri
NO BOOKS 'KEPT!! ALL CASH!!!
A. S. HOLLADAY:
WHOLESALE AXD BET AIL DEALER IX ,
Brasg aud illcdicisies
I.Iain SStreet, BroTTnvillc, IT. T.
THE undersigned respectfully begs leave to infirm
the mib'ic. that he hns now on hand a complete
assortment cf everything, usu.illy kept "in Drug
stores, which he o'urs f;r sale, Exclusively" on a
New kystc m o,'
, CASH; AND CASH ONLY!
It will be entirely foreign to this beautiful ?ystpm
to '.'Book," lH.-ep ju count,',' "note ' Scratch" "chttik,
cr renietnb!r for" a fevr days." Co:no with the
u Spondulicks " ifyou want anything in the Drug
lino. . 7 t'
1 . . . . . a r
;t Rtntrrf ? 1 tl,Ja VI, ! .. Accuracy ead dispatch. '
, c t , 1 , . Remernlr tho fystom I have ndopted,
u v liiu cijumcm X.IIllrrani Jn ICrorise 1 rocketani vonr feelings wiil cot fu Jer., Credit n
to have l;ca upward cf ?20,0()0.
Picccntly a lady stepped at the Ma
dison llr.no, C3vl:-7to:.v,iih her has-
in T r- r
J Vt 4-i
11 tnd til
. 13 the
politicly no!; be given, uul ess under cii,cumitinc'scf
, July 12, lt53.-vl-nCtf . A; S. IIOLLADAT.
onASACKS of Z ,ck'3 0bio !,Ii:l3 Eltra Sal;er
)J Cne Flour iu-t receive 1 asd fr F;tlcby..
" Not. 29, 1658. .M'ALLIS'.rEll, DOZ1LU & CO
W Iff VJ
OF all Iho la'.est styles, and in endless rarii'ty,
jnA opened at - II0J3LITZELL 0 CO'S. '
- ' W. S; CJIL3IAN.-
XT7nOI.ESALK GROCER, 'o. 130 Second street,
V Vf St. Loui?, has in store a largo and well select
ed stock, ivbich is offered at tho market rates, con
tistin in part as follows: " - - .
. 370 hhda N. O. sugar; 200 bbls' loaf, crushed
bags KiocoUee; 100 do Java do; '
' 7L0 bids ts.il. syrup molasses: 850 do S.-II
molasses; ... - . , . -
"2j0 bbls plantation molasses: 100 rikcsroackcro
iuu Doxcscoausn; iuu bbls Wilmington tar; ;-
500 kegs liosion and Pittsburgh nails; - r
"65 kegs fine 3d nails; 75 bags cotton yarn; '
50 bales carpet chain; 150 do cotton twine; ' '
100 bales wicking; 450 els Manilla and Jute
100 doz plow and clothes lines;.; - : . 7
7 400 boxes window pjlass, assorted sizes;
, 2000 lbs AV. chalk; UUO do alum; 1500 do H.'tpeter
osnamrg ?acKs;U0 keM sup. eorb.-ooda;
200 half chests Imp., y. . and O. P. teas;
:. 300 boxes Imp., X. II. and O, P. teas; "
450 boxes Virginia and -Missouri tobacco:
100 bx. smoking tobacco; 50 do cut chewing do
150 bx. star candles; 70 do sperm do;
. ' 300 caudle moulds; - ? :. ' !
250 boxes soap; 350 pkgs saleratus;
, 3 cases Ma. indigo; f ctroons. S. F.'do; .
80 bgspcpf! 4o do pimento; ZOO bxs gds icos
350 M. l. 1. per. caps, 250 rms C. A L- paper:
. 350. doi com. and fancy pails, 100 no 3-hoopdo
- S50 ncsU 1 anu qt tulw; ZjO mats cassia;
25 cases prunes; 40 cks currant; 3 do madder;
. 5 bbls whiting: 400 rms wrapping paper;
- $0 bales osnuburgs; brooms, line washboards,
churns, Ac, &c, : - ..Juno7,56
. E. G. PRATT,
o. vr. CHILP,
, E. vr. rox,
ALOXZO rK XTTp
.7 St. Ixuis.
. CniLI), rHATT; & CO.,
Direct Importors, Jobbers and Manufacturers' Agents
English, French, German & American
Hardware and Cutlery. v
GUNS, RIFLES, riSTOLS, &c, &c.
139 & 141 Main St, cor. Washington Avenue
ST, LOUIS, JIO. ,
A pr - t ;tas ctmtiini
the wi.rK, w.ui ttstimoniaUfroinc,,,
,.arm emirmnt, DIVINE, oorS?
STA'tKSMEX, the be,t .Ndirj.-
AUT, athonw and abroal, Unh '.v
VOICE OF THE Pm4
r nr,,? ii-,nnof tho mast Isti'rt ifuh r.s we
thoioUwofal JloatWy Jouro;il3 pulli-s'aei t - "THE LOKDON'AUT JOCti
worM. , I Will U i7rwar:l oa Uit rotcini J?
-TruM-i$2Ter T3nr 'n oJ ' Tho Toiumo ; sii:n, 9 t . ; 1
Commenced cutl. l? Z'S " Tho Trade iurfh cn ... '
II ns i thority.
Appropriate a..L Utofu; -ed
cxre.-!y U v this t, 1 tho l,m'
aro furnished at urioes firiim. f,.
Ecady' Undo Clotliin,
EVERY VARIETY, stvle, q i.ity, price, and pat
tern of Keudy Mado Clothing. jut received and
for sale chwip, by
U0DMT7.ELL & CO.
op ' " ; ;
W. IIOBLITZELL & CO.
BRbWNVILLE, JT .' T.
HAVE THIS DAY RECEIVED, per steamers
A. C. Uoddin and Wm. Campbell, and now
opening, the most extensive stock of Mood ever of
fered in this market. After the cxpcricwo they
have in Nebraska, they flatter themselves that they
know what suits the people, and have rorehased such
a stock of Goods aa cannot fail to' plca.se. We will
not pretend to enumerate, but say come and fee; and
you will not fail to be suited.
Oct. 15, 1353.-ly - . - '
E. G. TCTTLE. B, O. FERLET. n. W. PMITH.
TUTTLE, PEHLEY fit! SMITH
77 Main street, St. Louis, Mo."
MANUFACTCRERS of Straw lind Silk Bonnets,
Importer ar.d Wholesale dealers irr Ribbons.
Silk Millinery,Flowcrs, Trimmings, Iace Goods, Em
- 5 Jlerchants and Milliners are particularly in
ited to examine our stock, before making their spring
purchases, aa we (rlyinj fully cn the superiority t.f
our stylcs,)intqnd to offer induecusiuitJ eaual, if not
superiuu. to any joh&ing honse in the Unitcil States.
beptember li, ibj, , vlnla-Om
ST, LOUIS, MO.
JOHN SIGERSON BRO.f
Offer for tale the coming Spring,
;;; GLASGOW &. BltOTIIEU. .
WHOLESALE CROOERfC. FORWARDING
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 50
Levee, Lave in storo and to arrive the following
Goods, which they oSer for sale at the lowest prices,
viz - . : . . '
ouu ooxea i easi owar?;
100 kegs sup Carb Soda;
100 boxes saleratus; -
500 els Manilla Cordage:
300 do Jute do;
500 doz Manilla A Grass
500 boxes Raisins:
25 bbls Almonds; . r
100 boxes Lem. Syrup, '
200 do ass'd Candles,
100 Preserved Fruits; t
1000 hhds fair to
1000 bbls clfd sugar; '
800 do If and crush'd do;
500 do S. 11. molasses;
. 800 do plantation do;'
100 tea prime Rice; ,
1000 pks G,nd 1$. Teas;
1000 bags. Rio colToc;
100 do prinio old Gov
ernment Ja. coffee;
1000 kegs Nails;
1000 boxes I'm, Oleine &
100 boxes Fancy Soap;
800 do Star Candles;
250 do Mould do;
. 50 do Castile Scap;
100 4 do Standi:
S00 do Va. majri To
bacco; 200 do Mo. do;
80C - do Smoking do;
1103 do Cub Cigars:
. ... y
.... .... 50
100 di ' Meats;
100 do .Pickles:
100 do Ketchups;
100 do Olive Oil;
75 do Bracd'd Cher.;
50 do do Poaches:
30 cases Caiiaccas
40 do Wood br match's;
liQ do ruines,quartc:
and half boxes:
5 canes Ci trosr
5 eases Nutmeg:;
50 do It. C. Oysters;
1500 reams Wrop. Letter
and Cap l'ap!r; ;
300 nests Tub.?, y'i-S'a;
00.000 Reg. Cig
100 bags Pepper;
'25 do Al.-Tiicc; ' '
200 bbls A hf d Sla'cT.;
500 boxes Qawy
.100 bales CatUnT - ' -200
10 half pipes pure eld 53 bbls MIag Wine;
j Brandies;.. 100 bkts Dennis Champ.
100eaesdo do do; ' 100 do Kcidsiek &;
100 bbls Monon. Wh'is'y,' 50 cases old Md. Wine;
100 do old Rye 'Whisky, 200 boxes: Claret Wine;
very superior; ' St. Louis, Mo.
June7thf 18:C. .. . ;
: ff50K OUT: : - '
A LL persons are hereby fonrarned from bnying
n the hoiita est fourth cf t-eet;on 2j,Torn:bip
C, North Range 1 5, East of the fixih Principal Meri
dian, in Nciutha county, 2. T., now .occupied by
Thos. Ilcddy. as I have a rijrht t said cliiiu that U
indiepatable. 7 . R. E. TIIOMI'SCN.
Browiiville, July ah,lS5i. vl-u5tf
' - BobtDand Slices. ; : ."" ..;
I X u'n-'u.V.lV lar:: telc of fine and eo;irso Roots
li. and Shoev-bgtli Gontlesneo and Ladicj' can
bo sccnandpufik11 lw. at '
Hats nnd Caps.
LATEST stylo of Hats and Cp, and of every
grade and price, aro olTored at
50,000' Apple Trees, 2 ami yca'rs old, em
bracing 175 varieties. 1'rlJo 25" t 40 cents.
25,000 Poach Trees, from 6 to 8 feet high, OS
vareities, from 25 to 30o. - .7'
2s500 standanl Pears, embracing 43 varieties,
price from 50 to 75 cents.
5,000 Dw.trf Pears, embracing 33 varieties, price
SI each. : ", 7 '. - : . -!
5,000 Cherry Trees, ol varieties, 50 to j 5 cents
each. ' . ,
500 Apricots, Early Golden, Cud ay Pe-wli Apri
cots, Large E-irlv, price 50 cents. .
1.200 Ouinee. assorted... 25 to 50cenfs.
t 500 Dwarf Apples,
500 White Grape Currants.."
600 Black Naples ;
500 Cherry Currant.
500 Red Dutch Currant
5Q0 Vietoria Currants -
500 White Dutch Currants-."
500 Large Red Dutch Currants
500 English Black ;
2.000 Prolific Green
1,000 Houghton's Seedling
500 Warrington do
1,000 Sulpher do
1,000 Ashton ' ' "
500 Crown Bob " do
. 500 Riaemcn : do
2,000 Yellow Antwarp Raspberries
1,000 Ohio Everbearing ' do
2,000 Large German Antwarp do
' 1,000 Red Antwerp
1.000 English Filberts
. 1 uOO Horse ChcftnutS"
5.000 Grape Vine,", 2 to 3 years old 25 to 50
150.000 Grape Vines, lvcar old $5 ? 100
5,000 Dahlias assorted, each 25
.100 Pernia?. : do . 50
10.000 Giant Asparagus Roots..5 1 100
5.000 Tube Roses- - " 10 " I
2.000 Yards PinTi ..50cts V jard.
2,000 Plants Victoria Rhubarb
: ' 50Ror$iO f 100
8,000 Wilmot's Early Red Rhnbnrb-. ..12o
50000 Strawberry Plants, 12 varieties..
$5 to 10 ?icr 2,0000 j
10,000 Shnde and Ornamental Tree, embracing
Catalpa, Black Locust. Paliotiia Imperiallis,
Lombirdv Poplnr, Silver Leaved Poplar,
Linden W(Kd, Sweet Gntn, Elm, Balsam
Poplar, Allinnthiis, Tulip Trees, Upland Cy
ptsss. Sycamore, Paper Mul'K'rry, Ainorican
Inarch, Weeping Willow, Buckeye, Moun
tain Ash, White Birch, Red Maples, varying
in price from 25 cents to $1,50, according to
size. . ; I '. i
15,000 Evergreens, embracing j
Red Cedar3, price each 50c to $2
White Pine do 50c to SI j
. Yellow l'ine v do 50c to $2 j
i- Balaam Fir,' v ' do 50c to tl '
American Arborvitas 25c. 50c, 75c, $1,50.
Chinese Arborvita', 5"?, 1,50, !
European Savin-50c, Tree box 50a r i
Noiway Spruce, 50c, 75e, 100, '
White Sprue. $1. 7- '
12,500 Plants of Orramental Shrubbery, embracing
in part s follows: ...
SnowBalls, each 37J to SI,
fylac, ech 50c; Spiras, assorted, each 25c;
' ITardy Rocs, each 50c; '
.Monthly R'sos, each 50c-; -. ' 'T
Honey Suckles, asrrted, 25?, 50c
Tynnjra J biladclpnas 2jc to iO.;; .
Pwose Acasia. 25c to 50c;
IVivet for lllgc 25c; ''
Bladdacina 25s: Corcorus Jsponica 25c;
Ellagnus 25c; Laburnum 50i?j
Tamarix Afrlcana. 25 to 50c; '
Ribcs Gord Mii 25a to 50c; -
Weeping Mountain A-h 1.50;
Whith Fringe Tree 1,50; -
Forsythe 50o to 1,00;: :i ' - '
Cornice Dogwood Siiver Striped 50c to I,C0
Deutxa Scab'a 25c: Deutz Gracilis 50c;
Weeping Birch JO"; ' . '
Magnolia Asuminctta 50?; ' "' '' ' '"
Weepin? Lirjden 10;
f Dwarf Box 50a per yard; . .
' Altheas, nortrd, 25.-5 to 50,?. ' ' '"
57" In oTering the above Stock trt on cnmerj
we be; to My it is sirperior in growth ami fU5.!'.ty to
any heretofore o.Tered, nd ner?ons wl-liinj a s-upply
can avail themselves cf further infomiitinri, I y' ad
dressing the uniarsi rned at St. Louis. Catalogues
fcxtd?hcl to all post-jai l npHcation.
P.eTeetfu!ly, JOHN SIGERSON & Er.
ril'DSTEAD?, Taller H-suiJ, Bureau s--in short.
cverythicg in tho Fur
rt':ind', Bureaus in short,
n iituro line, c:in bo hnd at
ljOBLITZELL A COS.
Stovc3 and Tinware.
""lOOK, Parlcr and Oiru o Stoves of various pat-
terus; and Tiu ware, at
A CO S.
Hardware, - Cutlery . and ;Iron.
ALAUUh aortment at ; '
; 1I0BLITZELL & CO'S
'v i-nz '"a cara
uyajo jt Lift., ll
iov. A. C "
TIIOIUV SMITH ftUAXcG
iK T)Uori:i!:Tons.-Bosld ,
kept b Nuiejulcn, we Iuto oa band L, 2,
200,000 Apple Trets,fiot 0 toj fMt
100,000 Dwarf Puar Tms, 2ju? r,Lj
100,000 Cherry. Tre, Hi 2 jcor0,i
Peach, Plum, Apricot rnd Nottarim T,.
large numbers. H
100,000 JiaphirricM, ccihriwinevprjjj ,
value. AM tlie pt pulaf BS well m rant t
other mHll fruit , "
Foreign 'id Native FrerifcncJf,,,, , )
Pines, Cryptom:iin, Cudirs, Ll t J p
Spruce, BaLmras, IIe:ai!m ki, .,
small. 1 1,1
Ornamental Trees, Rosoi, Shmlbm r
Hodge r.ants. cto. ' " '
BuIIkius Rcots, nativo nd imptrtrj; ,
natiom, Ptftiies, Chrysar tbcmuuM, I'li1,,,,,,'
great abuudanco, ami -of tlio uiost btiai..
ties. ' " .' 7
While wo confidently claJm fur oar pA
treneralan excellence ot urpoii.e4 by u, ;
Nurscy, we particulaily rmt euipliatimiiyij,'
our stock of Pear t rees, loth l)w;irf auj
as unranilolled eilher in extent ot fluilitT u '
existing stock in Atlerisa. Thj folIowii'.Z 1
Vood. and Willow varc.
BUCKETS, .Tub, Churns, nnd an end'c?s variety
of Willow ware, is for wile at.
IIOULITZJ-LL A CO'S..
, - Saddlery.
SADDLES, Bfidles, Martingnlen, Checks, ar.d ev
ery variety of goods in this l!no can be had at
- ' ' IIOBL1TZELL A CO'S.
- Steam " Hill Lumber. .
E take this method of informing tho Public
that we havo just initio t"cration on what is
known as Sonoi n IsJ;u;d, four mik-siibovo Brown
villc, ilrst qu.ility steam Sawmill, and are now pre
pan! to saw uU kinds of Lumber ou short notice,
and in n manner, we ar eon'ident. will givo iatil'uo
ticn. Wo will "keep a Ferry .bout to run to tho main
sfcojT, for feco use of our cusrom?rs, ... .
, V J i ,l -.V.'. S. HALL A CO, ,
HEBEASKA CITY HOTEL.
. -'NFiBUASKA CITY,' N. T.' '
BAKXIiS & DAIiMMJ, Proprietors.
THIS commoJious Hotel, situated upon
Main Street, Ncbra.-ka City, will be found a do
sirable resort far travellers. Stages leavo this hou J
for all parts of tho Territory.
FRESH DRY GOODS.
. . i:i:v, ja3iiox & co., '
2To9. 170 and 172 Main S?., S7. Louis.
""T 7"E are now in receipt cf the most complete and
V magnificent itock, ever offered to tho Western
Tnulu. Merchants vi-sifin;- this city aro invited
mikoan exainiuation of our stork and price.'.
EDDY, JAMESON & CO.
GEO. C. FEUGUSOIT.
nilOH'NVlLTX, N. T. '
ANNOUNCES to t!io public, that he in prepared
to erect Steam Saw and ilcrcL-'nt Mills at short
notice and returnable terms.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
" He Is also Agent for ."'"''
A. K. IIO L LI III III) Si CO'S,?
' Western - Foundry,
Li:r, & LK WITT'S
" CINCINNATI, O.,. .
And ii prepared to receiv e and fill orders for any ma
chincry manufactured cr kept on Lind, by Aec es
tablishment.. , 7 7 ; . :
Letters of cnqujry, promptly answered. . .
. ) ,- : KEFFEILENCES.
Noel, Lake & Co., Ilrownvil!, N. T( Steam Mill.
. Nuokoll.i A Whitf, Ilockp;rt, 51o. ' M .
James Lowe, Linden, u - "
vln3ly. Urownvillc, Juno 21, 130.
Saddle and Harness - Maker,
East aide of Main, bet. Francis and Felix St.,
- ST. JOSEPH. MO.-
rplIANKFTL fi r past favor., U'i leave to inform
J. the ptibli'1, that ho ha.i just rt turned from St.
Lonii with a? fine an aortmcnt of matcrialj ai has
ever been purchased In that market.
Ilia tof-k con-iitit.j cf a superior article of Slt'riin"
Harnc., bridle leather, ho, calf, and sheep kn;
fine goat morocc, and a surpassingly beautiful arti
cle of enameled leather cf various hucg.
flo has every variety of saddlo trees, from the real
Mc.iicana and English, Beard's n-nd Orim-ilcy's pat
ent, down, to tho omraon fall-lack.'.. Ho hai on hand
and wiil continue to keep paddles, eaddle-bn., bri
dles, -martingales, halter, cellar.-, wbip-3 r trrry
quality, whip-hvdics, hames, tracer, spury, Ac. Ihu
alio, coach, bu'y, l'eniiiylvania, yankec, cart and
dray harness. -
He ku not now, nor will h keep any ether than
Nor 1 workmen, arid his instructions to them are neat
ness and t-trength. lie, therefore, feel no hesitation
in saying that hii work will seldom be omiaUd.no
As Fmall profitJ and quick vale, in hi motto, he
pledges Linnolf tn soil (considering the quality of
the arthb) lywcr than any houao mat of the Alle
Tfaos disposed to supeci him of gating, have on
ly to call to be nmured of their mistake.
St. Jos;ph, August 20, 3. vlnlStf
- - . "OAIIEOUU,lroprictor.
Comer cf Illinois anil Wasliirton Streeta
THIS well-knon and p-'j.ular Hotel, has recently
b;cn re-built and greatly tUrgd by tho addi
tion o! -nty or icvctity room, ar.d is furnished
througao. iwith m;w arnl beautiful fjrniture. and is
in all I rcspvtr, a i'irt CJav Hole!. Travelers
will nd ths -I,.nhiicr"a!I they cj.i desire f . r com
fort, luxury rr.d p!ra?nrc. tho 'U'ulo will at a'l
t;ies le snppdi-l with the bc?t th? market a!7jrL.
aud no pains wiH 1 spP,re,i n.nfp?r 9 ta. 0f
guests both ccosf.rtil.Io anl feasant.
.-Tny 'TIIK PALMJ- R HOUSE.'
Ango.-:t 33, ISjU. ylnU-ly
IIUItlLVII I'OIt YOUNG AriLIIICA lI
f p- "
refer to trcei tak;a from Via snino k tuik-
i ...i -i....... ." ".
oaurci, wiiviimi-T -cn year ilia;
Fri iu Thom.n ". Vltl, .(., an estouiV.
in and importer i i ear ir.in m .V vliri.
spcfijnons are reniy sptctili 1; the fliic-t 1 it!', ;
over Faw."-" i .
Frutn Hubert Harwell, Esq., Moli'e: "lkJl
er ceu finer trees."' . j
From Messrs. NcallyA- Dritlifrs.rJur!i!ion,I(i.
faThey aro really the llncst trees of the;rigt :
cr saw, and wo have purchased a grvat mMjai'
few post years., .'. ,
As suggestive to persons about to piinhwV
would remark thar, ov.r tires were nut mf.im.
tho cxtmuio ct'ld duri -ia;t!io l.v t winter, which 4
tod so extensive injury to Nursorios t th ,
and that we havo bad no druoght darin; the p, :
sniumcr by whi'.'h tho jrtwih i.f our trees W
retarded, lhey niny bo icliod pin,tben:(iifc1
in prime hcnlih .t.d vignr,
Vill bo sent post. paid to .all who crulosof, Ta,!.
letter stamp, and fir thj otlicrdaoao cnlr-i'
No. 1 A general descriptive CaUlogg uttit'
No. Z A later edition of the Fruit Dai.-'.:--
Nr.. 1. : ' .
, No. IV A ttt-sci-iptiTc Ca:al'iguo of 0rtm.ti
Trees, Shrubs, Imcs, etc
Noi I A deseriptivo Cutaloieof i);ih!laj,G'-A
house and Ucddiug pIar.Lt.
No. 5 A whohnalo Cutnlo'tie firXur"ryaiia
Dealers. ; ; )
Abu a Supplementary Cahlojuo of thC.Tx
tal and CreenhoUHC d "i arl.m'Ut. '
Also a oircular n the A'.pttU R.o.- . .- '.
Syracuse, N. V., Nuf. 2 , 'It-oil. ;
tAl'ii EUOTS.-L'O,!))!) Catawba Cra Km
two years t-H, fur s.tle. ' 1i7mi j pr hul.-a
$ id per ttiousan J.
J. M. McCELUU'l-H,
No. 2110 Mu id st., Ciir.-inn.vj;
""1K0U7V under tlio pcrvmifcl su-rvi!. J
'J sutjscribor. '' lvarrnnt-il fj'.i nnnl.t wJ
enough of whii h will Losor.t tftnopid abrjitiBui;,
on nooptinn of pneo pru-jwid.
Casauak Mrss JlEtus A bcaatifal an-l d.l'nna
fruit. ( Asiatiijorigin,, Zim'x
Oraxcjk' V ateh ."AIf.i.on--- Ii- 1 ofT !;!;?
the rinl cf an onui'l very Cr.9
flavor -V 21
Classj Lf.::ox A bcar.tifi I littla r.io!oa
for prc.-:erve.s when grain 25
Cni;::.-::-: a-tauacI's Aiinaar,n'Inpiiil
. to tl e cotimiui: easily rai.:ed 13
Fivk Feet Ci'iT3nK!:s Very !:irg and
eurioiM to behold
Mammoth IVurKiv,.. .".v.
,v. ;g '"
whole f.r ono cVlar, wnl- br n:ail l J
. JOi'Y.Vll L. ASiluY,
:; riAtt-biirrh, Clinton Co, Ha
Chine so Sus3 Case. ,
I NAVE a supply of t'aU ioi! cn inlu. Tfa?
Ib., S2; per oz. lir, emt$; 'JVrM)D rinittis;
23 cents, fhall have on ouace seat them
mid. : . ' I j
T1.?j exotio plant, knr.wn ii &rim .?iw' I
recently introdacei into this onntry by the i f
OKce, m-iy hn eultiyatat to U.iuU; inctrrj?-'' ;
of tho United States. It ip maku a Rm4 '
the poorest soil. .From experiment? air-!y W'x
syrup making from the juico cf this plmt, I W 1
loiiuve that sug.ir cnr be p-idibly umJ
rate, ii is worth a trl:d br rry farmer. -
x. . -, . . .X-M-rCULLoua. :
Nov. 23.f . , 201 3tiin t., Cin'-iaraa.
EMIUM ESSAY on tl.o Origin, Ifl'tn
laractcristicj of tkia leDtw-kahi-j
A:xi;iticA?r intrrn or nonsns
Tricing tho pedigrne fror.i '.hi r rit ual Jastlii
gan, throu-h the niust ootcl cf bin pr-j'rny,
Urthe present tir-i With ncta::roi t'Ttrait. M
which aro aided Hints f.r )3r 3-.il ln, kt-VZ
general Uso and Mimnymirit t f Il i;a f;
tical Dirwtions for Tn.TnitistI.era for ExhPuitio-
Asricaltai-a! Fairf.; J5y I). C. Ij5sltT M:ddi:b-1'
Vt. Price Jl. Sent free of tifMtT. ' '
c. 21. FAXT05 i CO.-
A.icultu.-pl Ctlc rubli.cts, 1 13 Fulton a, J
ii. A. Ti;mtv : co
TrnOLr.SALS AX1 P.E7A11 fJxlOL f
GARDEN A2W EEOWEH SEEDS,
IRUITS and Shrnhs, Crape ard Crsnl-ry
CrasS Clorcr S e!, li-nl nccda of all kisi..
rieitltur.il ar.d I!offhi:lfur?il lUfc, ImpImflM
ATits for all th bc.t Kuril Pubticatinasio1 .
United States. ' ' ' . - .
S U;n next dr t, Pot-0:e,' Council D!. :
vlii2-ly ; '
A. MCfcD, G. 3U. IICUJ!:?, , , J..J. :7
MUDX) & HUGHES
PRODUCE 5v COMMISSION
So J;Yce aoi fjti . Cc rnrncrc:;il
" ST.' LOUIS
7 I iil.JriU - itrii.L!i-'
Attorney :-. nr.iL Couiiirllor at l--UnOY'YILLE,X
"Will practice in tea Third Ja Ilfi.! Pi-tritt ia
braska Territory. r.n.l in the TwillYfi Jaikl Cir"1
ia the SUti(f Mif.- nri. ' ,
EH-';ir.l Pr-iw.-:; Ir.-rr.villi, N.
Ir. J- hn M.-l'herson, ' TIpo-iTK-e, Ohio.
Jjin-'j FostJr, ' t) M.
Covro N. jll'.Ir-, " . . A-ir, N. T.
fc ; UNDER TILE SUN! ! i
TIIE tnlcr.-;nii-i would re--poctfu7y inform the
cituijsa cf L'rownviHe aud furpouu'lu c jnJrr
that we have crcn'-il one ot th; chear at ul lar-t
Heady Muh ClotLir.g -:
in Ncbrasl;. Territory I .-VZt tU-'n-rs re.spVfaPy
solicit arall and c;a.ii.ia.i -r s'. k before r.urS
-lssw!v?rt .n wo are dst-.-ruiinM to u-i.lcr-h-.M at.Z i
CJ.,thiil3: L'-t.,:ui..hnic..t ia i's Tcrr'...,rr. Vel-Ul
r.,.w u L:vi..l a v.r:m?sit 4' hv.uly rU-1
Cicti.-,!!-; ai.-, M.irt?,' Cll'sr. Cravat i;.-. ..
..... -, . s.JU..uii,r, .,.. , r xjxiwur
all of lao i -tqut'.ity an 1 latent styl-j.
llciu-e erc.ruiuj our vk and it-.: i .ir T-;;r5t If.
- - Mtl.LU- (iJiSE.N'K
Stoee Oa thoLcvco near 7, 7 t
Urowcrill-j. D-xuulcr. ?7. '-. 1 '7 ""-,!
BROWN VlLLE FERRY
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