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advertising A rent, in rear
-,U.r2d- 4 Children's fcaoe Stcre,
V JL Vtrrvxsi Chestnut street, Saint
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IA.rn, Nebraska City, N. T.
i l:rtl, V Jiti Linden, Mo.
' lvric Three Grove, N. T. -
i01 for the Advertiser, aad reciere and
jSw ' ;
' . -iJer.t m this Territory, earning from
rsjC' the Sutes, often -suggest to us
ZLwb in their old neighbortioods. who
y vTuI became f ubseribers if they could see
.-Advertiser.- We always RDd a fpec,
t aai penoai reeieyrng, will consider it a
t .ome a regnlarwbscriber. Tost-
v .. rr - 1 Unm' ri
UilClClii I mi d w a -
.or;" . - i r!in
vrctli the usual p cent for.their
I ..v je:-cxter.s;ve adai
L V-s, colosed lets, Bronze
' 4'T:Mhe -Advertiser" OSce,
aJdiUOES oi new
' -' m tbe ""Advertiser- vvc, e n. w
jiaf Tnh-WnTt in . manner nn-
vVrj The rropnetor being
; rTt--T Vriater Linsself, asd havirS in his
lprr"n tcconp'' ftnd eIIy:nencf3
: rt'.. rwtM- k determined not to be
. Fr Jr r Jr.h Work. Cards
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-.. f vrr.r'C T-ih-st lrarroved
'.f t rac w a
ift Ktaks-Work-in Colors Atrocze
ie, viU-merf-with parUcular atten-
Every Man in Kebrahi tlcvld
have a Copy!
7TLL TJE HEADY POT. DCLITir.T,
March 15th, 1857.
The "Pre-Emptcrs Guide" is the
title cf a Tvcrk now in press, contain
in r all the Lairs, Instructions. Forms
and decisions, relative to the public
Lands, up to the present thite; and
also the Latr passed at the last Session
of the Nebraska Legislature, entitled
"An Act regulating the disposal of
Lands purchased in trust for toTrn
The ivork mil contain about 100
pages, and will be sent free of postage
to any desired address on the reception
of 1. A liberal discount made to
agents and dealers.
Send in your orders early.
Papers noticing will receive a copy
by sending a marked copy cf their pa
per to this ofnec.
R. AT. FURNAS,
RroTvnville, Nemaha Co., N. T.
Persons desiring to act as agents
will be accommodatedhy giving satis-
GnULT BrJDGZ. A bridge 'u now
being built across the Upper Ilksiisip
pi? at St. Paul, Minnesota. It i3 to be
1,CG0 feet in length, resting rpen nine
piers, the b'g'iicstcf Lich are seventy
fest above high water mark, so as , to
enable beats to pass under without
didculty. ; The greatest rpan will; be
two hundred and twenty feet; Effi
ciently wide to allow the , largest rafts
to pas3 without coming in contact with
the abutments. The whole cost of the
work will b near 8120,000.
:th. Allp -..riCoix-:!ei
ctse3 .i-iai-t to prepsiwl la due form,-by its
Ibis dutr carr
tti Is too ttf.zCr ccnpliei vitb, csit '-3
especially required by a recent Circular f;c:a
the Ccnn"s.d3r:cx cf the Land CiUce. . .
tih. In all czscs ctf cc-ntest tie party wlo
l-lizs to proof aud pyiaest,:
.2 rot!ce to the ether claisaat: and
A subscription lias been started in
Charleston; S. C, and headed by lib
eral contributions, to procure a car
riage for presentation to Mr. Bucha
nan. ' . j '. .
Wfrora-ttsce will bcprornptly at
wieJ to,tod waited to srre Baslacaoa or
! The Editor. $to icm nas - "-
tie past "week, and. the Editor proper
wire"! onlv a few hours before going
torre "Ve trust the .reader will be
I content .forf-this spobgy for Hck of
I both editorial andjselectcd matter,ncxt
i mfc V(? TviU endeavor to place before
j cur- readers some matters of general
;rprcs!hsAiD a number of texts we
Xc -Trant TO -Neeo It VTE
irrT. HAVE IT.4-We have, very
politelv," kindly; modestly and rather
i . . . i l T I 1 a" aTi.
IirtnctV niniea srvcrai. iimes mat
ill feel cxtre
hare, atlca?t a sin4l portion of the
ncly gratified to
aeedfal" due uafror.
i r.n4iiQ'we want.it
: .sfoai that we Must i
soac "shape or Qther'J
, at b'adfor us to la'ri
c natcrisl, paper, i;
; klerel dav and rndi
i various sources,
ndiriZZ have it in
The time is now
in a spring stock
ik, 4"c . We have
t to famish ytfu
. with the largest "andjbest printed paper
i btlieTerritorV.' Tliie Advertiser' has
th its whole sheet
, r , j
! while ZD3st other papers Lave made
j their" appearance hcn;the' "weather
I irou:a pennu aua ciiien a -nan sncei
ifthat; and now we want only what
j Tar -owe rs," and we intend to have it,
I crhave a "gencralmuss in the camp?'
-There are '"quite a number who were
i $5 aspirants -for once last fall, who, if
! thev would "scat .the ordinance and
have the core sing" we would not com-
plain. . . " . .
Ekloes ix our Mail Books. Just
before we started. to-Omaha we tran
scribed our mail books, and . find upon
examination ihat -a number of names
.were overlooked. - Of course we cheer-
iully correct -sthch errors, and very
i nueh desire to.be informed of mistakes
I that wer may correct them. It is said
;' -sistafc cs will occur in the bestregu
; m jated cstahllshments," and we cannot
! expect ours t be an execntion.
"We have no' news from Washington
of special interest to the West, and so
ar removed, in fact, from the seat of
Government that its action loses much
of its interest before it reaches this
point. A charge of corruption against
several members of the House is now
attracting considerable attention at the
Capitol and the affair is undergoing
investigation. It will, in all probabi-
ity, end in smoke, and the committee
of investigation report that the gentle
men accused are too "honorable and
hicrh-minded to receive a bribe.".
During the debate upon the above
charge which was brought forward by
the editor of the New York Times,
Hon. A-Ki Marshall, of Kentucky, is
reported as having made use of the
following lariuaTe :
I care not whether he be the ex-
Lieut Gov. Governor, or the Lieut
Governor": or Governor of the State of
New York. That character, whatever
it might have been, is merged into that
of the editor of a partisan newspaper,
I loc'k.upon him in that light and in
no other. lie stands before this House
as the editor of a nczcspajjcr influenced
and controlled ly all the bia and inter
est tchich tee know do control men in
Oiat pcsiliori; and I ask this body
whether it docs rfot become them,
their owri dignity arid honor," to base
the investigation upon such information
as s given to them by a member o
their own body; in preference to bas
mg it upon an editorial in a newspa
per,- no matter whether it emanates
from a Governor or Lieut. Governor :
He is but ilie editor of a ncvcipapcr, and
Itrould pay any man cf.thdt character
the sort of respect ichich such action
tcould seem to do.
To which the Louisville journal
makes a few pertinent remarks r
"We like Br. Marshall f cry Well,
but his being a member of Congress
gives him no right to sneer at eait6rs
To be sure, editors
Written fortlis Nebraska Adverser.
TO !3n; ICTTTD CITE AT AH.
' ST C. W.'ITCES.
When lie night winds are w&Hia,
Like qirits in thrall
And Da .h -raits in darkness r
Through hamlet and hall;
Kind angels of raercy
Wiflrt'er they are,
Watch otct the slumbers
Of the loTe'd one afar.
TTThm'eT they may wander
By iud or by sea .
Then Tat her of arjjels
We trust them with Thee,
Be thou to earths pilgrims
Tb dsy beam and star,
The staff of the weary
-Te tlie lo red one afar."
While life hath a pleasure
Orlace hath a eheer
TThHu the heart can feel kisdaesa
Or loiTow a tear
I ncTr c an forget lhem
Xar fail ia the prayer
That God will watch orer
The loved ones afar
Thy gniec ia goodness
To ti.em if they would
Bo contented with it
Tleir fa to they must endure,
TThtre'er they are gone
Thy wEl be it done,
Tor thy goodness was shown
Tor the loved one afar."
yzMAm Cnr, Feb. 7th, 1857.
Um for Iryirjr the casa. : :-
7lh. Land 7r.:-rrnt3 are receivable, butoniy
one Warrant can be raed. If a "Warrant of a
less denomination i'han 1G0 acres is xised, the
diiTeTtnce nnst te paid in money.
We will take pleasure in affording any in
formation required, . and any facility in cur
power, to Pre-en piers, but they should not
fail to attend tha foregoing requirements, ; 33y
doin:; so, their basiness will be promptly des
patched. JOHN A. PARKEK, Eegistet.
A, E. Gilljxosz, Receiver. .. -
CAXXITLLT COnEECTED EACH WEEK BT
-, ncEnirrzELL & co.
DEALEIIS IN PRODUCE
BaowimLLE, N. T.
(SEZLIXa BATES.) -
; FLont, sack of 100 lbs
Coax Heal, bnshct
Cobk, in the ear, old bushel
Oats, bushel, .
Tcr Ccrdrc l Clio crA ell crziLxd!
UU Stoc'i cf Irif.t Tr?e?, i;s. for gale tho rrcs-
i :' i l
TKz crJy Ezclnziie VTh:lzzili Grocery
ent 1 a., r.m zzzt Srirr. ia Terrlanre and fine.
including all tl -? ror. ai"rovl Trhetles of Arpl,
Fears, Peach e. Clirries, Aj-ricotfi, Nectarines Plums
Qainees, Grt i :?, Currant', Goctlrrief, ri?pbeneE,
StrEnberr; en, t :c. Especial cire Las been taken to
procure s.z.1 rrcpTa-te mos'Jy irach rarieties of esica
tit as as are L'jnni baJt raited to the soil and climate
of t'Ls Wcs!; sni Soiith, -where uost uf the urintcr
fruit5, e5ei;ial!y cf the Eaitera States, are cf to
Oar stock, of leada Tiees is remarkally fne,
and the price in low that all those who lost their
trets the j ast winter, should now replace them. Of
Cherry Trees ako we hans a fine supply, mostly
prown on ATohaltb tfxxls, whi:h secures greater har
diness to t'ae tree, and if trained rather low, so as
to cause ths tops to shade , the stem from the hot
sac, it is bcleived no diSiculty will be found in jrrow
inj fine cherries in t!ie South nnl West. Of Pears
we hare a splendid lot, esjcial!y on dwarf trees, on
strong Anirt Quince stocit, Vh best for speedy and
Catalogites, with prices, will be sent to all
applicants. Nurserymen and Ialers in Fruit Trees
aru invited to call and examine our stock of Peaches
Pears and Cherries, especially, before sending East,
as we believe they can save uxpens. as well as risk
by purchas'js" cf us. holesale Catalornes aow
ready. II. B. BATZHAil A CO.
February 5, IS 57.
and co::nii:oN uleciiant.
Comer Scoud zzl Frarccs Ets.
st jo: ::rii, no.;
J ESFECT FELLY cilb thecttectiun cf Cc-rxtrr
C Ilerchar.ts to his larre..and vari?d fta.k cf
Groceries, which has been increased ly late arrivals
at the lowest rates of fre.i-ht, and will recciro daily
additions through the season. lLvir purchased for
caih, he presents more than ordinary isdaeercccts
to buyers, ana will satisfy all that favor him wna
a call, that he can and will compete with St. Louis
prices. lie hx in store:
COO bas Iilo Coffee f0 l-cxes starch
40 44 O G Java Co'ee 70 do limon symp
1C0 chest and hf chests 2j3 whole and cT lexis
assorted Teas canJr
ISO bblreboilei and S II 203 doz cs.ns Fields cels-
llolasses ' brated lialtimore outers
100 half bbls do - ISO bits half and qr bib
50 kirs BeleherB byrnp mackrel
G. L C. 0DD CO.,
rsroETms atd HAsryAtTirar-s or
hi ill ' Zl'tifh? i a 1 3
Coffee, .... .... ....
llams, ..- - -
Sides. ......... . ....'
; Chickens, doa
rGG3, do, ........ . ..
Feesb 15 Eur, ) uj .... ....
Potatoes, y bushel, new
I Bcttxb, -...'
. . . 85c
UEI.1AHA UALLEY CAHIC.
BKOWNTILLE, N. T.
A. Haixax, Cash'r. S. u. Erroi-E, Pres't.
OFFEX1IXG DAYS, Mondays and Thursdays.
DISCOUNT DAYS, Tuesdays and Fridays.
BANKING HOURS, from 1st November to
1st March, 10 A. 11., to 3 P. M.; from 1st March to
1st November, t A. to 3 P. M. " 6m
ZPxrGSBilx 22K5l.naur Deed. 2 S
TT7E have now cn the war from Texas the above
named quantity of superior seed, of the new
crop. The present unlimited and increasing demand
for 'Hedge plants induced us to make every f Sort to
procure seed BuSnent for our own planning, after
having been early apprised of the lightness of the
cron. Bv the aetiritv-atid xiromctness of our agents
in Texas we have secured almost the entire yield.
The seed are extrcoted to arrive bv the 1st of J: ebru
ary, and will be promptly shipped to previous orders,
from cither Bloomin?ton. St. Louis or Cairo.
i All T-ersoM wishinr freth seed should send us their
orders irr medlately, with plain directions, for ship
ping, for delay will" certainly result in disappointment.
Our prieo will be xeasoTiablo, aa we have adopted the
motto "Lash sale and small profits.
Explicit directions for sprouting and cultivating
win be sent to all customers.
Seed will be prepared for vegetating for those who
aesire it. Addres?.
OVEIUIAN 4 MANN.
Bloosesotos. McTAin Co- El.
Januarr 1st 1J57. 84-6w
EjISTVNYILLE WaTJIANTEE TlTLES.
The Citv of Brownville is the first
kaaVat'this time, the only toTrn site in
ehraiti entered up in the Land Of-
tce. flavor Hollidat Trill be ready
wxt Tccek.to give Lot holders War
ntee:'litlcs to their property.
afford to be sneered at by members of
Congress, but members of Congress,
considering how they are generally
made, can ill afford to sneer at them.
When William renn, the Governor of
Pennsylvania, was traveling in a por
tion of the btate "where he was not
known, a fellow, in whose presence the
Quaker Governor presumed to wear
his hat, exclaimed with an air of of
fended digni tr, "Sir, I would have you
know that lam a justice of the peace."
"W ell, friend, said the Governor, in
his quiet way, UI make such things as
T.A n -T n
iv vuu.n'u.iiMs; we una on
Our table a. cart load of - unanswered
letters, which we will attend to as
pedily as circumstances will admit.
Arrjirb to fa" ce the Mcsic. In the
; . kouta Carolina Uonse of Representa
i ..es a s rcccnt!y introduced to
i increase the pay of the members from
..three to five dollars a day. After due
? . Ccrisidcration it was passed by accla
l ; nation, by' a large majority; but seme
waggish member insisted upon the ayes
. ocs being called, upon which vote
j bill was rejected by 71 to 40.
! . . c cstion involving the Kiberni-
cisra of yh0 vzs the author of Shaks
; peare s works T' is receiving attention
England where a Mr. Smitlr (!) has
: ' ctly published a pamphlet claiming
! .'for Bacon the authcrship' cf Shahs"
! . Per or at least a large -participation
' . a.G'1"j and' is following up thc" subject
j the delivery of lectures in' support
A terrible tragedy lately occurred
at Baltimore. A dm mist filled
prescription ordered by Dr. Arnold, a
uerman physician, for a child. The
child took the medicine and died im
mediately. Arnold took the remainder
of the medicine to the drurrist. and
told him he had made a fatal mistake,
The druggist persisted-that lis medi
cine was right, and to show his confid
ence in his correction, he swallowed a
portion himself. He was immediately
attacked by terrible convulsions, and
died in hve minutes. The doctor who
merely tasted the preparation and sni
it from his mouth was. also attacked
and was with diScultv saved. The af
fair occasioned great excitement The
druggist-had mixed cyannrct cf po
tassium with 'lemen juice, developing
enough prussic ceil. in the preparation
to have killed thre e hundred
On Jan. 1, 1&57, by Rev. Mr. Chee-rer, Mr. E. B.
Akmftrojg, of Col ami us, O- to ilis3 Ehxa IIasjceb
of this plitce. .
The atxve notico we clip from the Troy (O.) Tiwte:
Our readers will remember the Turkey-hunting Jew,
(we say Trkey-luting, for to eur certain knowl
edge Le never found any,) and we subjoin the fol
lowing from his oldfriendand fellow pitcher."
" From the Capitol City Fact.
! 1 AUK WILL TO THE JEW .
BT JODX FOBTKET.
"Faw the well my Brandied eroney, -Thoe.
hast left the single life ;
Such a fit of love seized on thee
Naught could cure it but a wife.
Much bs I regret to lose thee,
StiU I would not hare thee stay,
And my pen shall not abuse thee,
"Every dog musfhare its day."
Tes, dear Jew, 111 miss thee sorely
Blest with every social trait,
"Would that I had gone before thee,
To that blissful married state.
Fare thee well" my Brother Poet,
Many a happy time we've known,
With lasses sweet, for well we know it.
Ti not good to be alone.
No raore the midnight hour shall find us
Kutiric jut the witty Joke, "
Leaving tha ills of life behind us "
. In to Saeco's soothing smoke.
No more our midinht mirth shall mingle,
Flcrwing with the happy cheer;
No more our jolly glasses jingle
Foaming with the Lager Beer.
"Fare thee well" my Jesling Brother . .
IH not heare one fainting sigh ;
Be thou happy in another
. Stronger, dearer, sweeter tie, .
And since lore hath tamed and won thee,
Caught thee in its tender nooce,
May the Toke sit lightly on thee,
Never wishing to be loose.
3-Iay domestic peace be with thee,
Both together growing Id, .
Aa l no amc-king kitchen chimney
Ever cause thy wife to scold.
IL T7. FTTRITAS,
LAND AND LOT AGENT .
AND AGENT FOll
BEOWXTILLE, N. T.
1047 ACRES OF "LAND -AT"
IWTLL sell to the highest bidder on Saturday,
March 2Sth, lS57,at my residence, Bush's Ferry,
Atchison Co., Mo., 10 17 Acres of Land. Consisting
of three tracts, the 1st tract is "15 acre? of good
heavy timber and belongs to the estate of F. G.
Bush, deceased ; the 2d and 5d are farms tt my own
and embrace 415 acres each both well watered well
timbered and well improved. One of them has 80
acres in a nign siaio oi euiuvauon ana .u acres in
pasture, dwelling house and other suitable out
houses; the other has 125 in cultivation and 100 acres
in pasture covered with Blue Grass, all under good
fence ; dwelling house, ice house, stables, cribs and
other suitable out houses;
AU of the above Lands lay near the Missouri
Eiver and within 2 miles of the proposed St. Joseph
and Bluff City Hailroad, are lands not surpassed in
the State for agricultural and stock raising purposes,
lay in square bodies and combines the celebrated
. .. w . i . i r i . i rf-i
X. Saws, terpens, Damsels, Li,
OZT-IDLH .GHIST urns,
Bc:h Urpcr ar.d Lower S:cr: Hunnera!
Of. Sketched I.ea:h?T ami Itnbcr :
St-Loui?, October 13, 1355. vlalS-J
150 lihds O Mi:rar
60 bbls crushed
SO bbls Tar
100 stands do
CC0 doien 8x10 and 10x12
1CU hf bxs ass'd glass
30(1 doshi eords
300. bbls & hf hEs crack- S3 coils manilU and jute
ers cf Tarioc s kinds
200 bi3 aas"d Tobacco
100.CQ0 ass"d Cijars
1C00 sacks G A Salt
1500 sks Dairy "
10 bales 4-4 1 ernes tics
1C0 do cotton batting
125 do do yarn
500 kegs nails
433 b'Jles wrapping paper
00 tUs S F and extra
1200 qr and half bxs sax
SO dozen sine washboards
. 50 nesid tubs
75 dozen wooden bechets
iv-0 bxs star causes
SO do SCSoda
And a reneral a33ortment of sundries too numer
ous to menticn in an advertisement.", . ... .
Hi3 consiznment, 5,0 )0 this Kanawha salt, at St.
Louis rates, freights added.
Orders are respectfully sclxited and stall receive
C. F. JECTGS & CO:; ,
Lmi I tit It . J " .U4...Miliwii
Cloud, Kansas. Territerr.
SPECIAL attention riven lo Eeeiricg and Fsr
wariiEj Goods f every drcri-tlca.
GROCERIES AND DRY GOOES,
HAEDT7AP.E, QUEEN STTAuII, . ;
CLOTHrXG, &0, 0, ..
At tie Loved 'Cost Ercce!
Dec 25,13:6. Tln23-6a , ,
I GltELVT TJ. S. , . T
Frcvx Scmaha Agency, in Xcnjai, to tLs
tumih rf the fcprcaj Ri'.'&rt
prompt attention, and every eart made to give en- ryfrrjg LE males one trip per week, each way,
tire sati3facUon. 1 stopping at the principal towns cn the MIsiouri
-January,!, ISo. Tlnl6-Iy ucod Ha.:ks all the way through, aad goul
horses aad nice youa men for drirerJ.
J. B. & W. EEXNST, Ccatractcn:
Dec. IS, 1550. Tla27-ly
7E oCer for sale, at eoe't, cnajeommodaUng terms, TJCILinLlfl VnllCV Ol-Illl
STEAM GRIST MILL,
h at rfim
JA. JM. tJ 4-A,
H.S.XATO. TXESEBYED SMITH.
THE andersi?ned having this day opened a Bank
insr and Exchange Office, in Troy, Miami
county. Ohio, under the name of A. S.MAYOa CO
TF.01 BANK, would respecuuiiy tender you our
service in any business you may have ia this or ad
joining counties. Particular attention paid to col
lecting, and remittances promptly made as directed
on day cf payment.
E.istero Exchange. Gold and Silver and Uncurreni
Money bought and sold. Will loan money on short
time, mid pay interest on weposiia at suca raiea as
may be agreed upon.
Trusting to our known ability and experience in
the business of Banking, we shall be able to give
satisfaction ; we respectf ully solicit and hope to re
ceive a share cf yonr business.
ELS. MAYO k CO.
' EEFES TO :
VV Two Steam Engines, One Double fiaed Bailer
24ft. long 40in. in diameter, axd Machinery com
plete for a Steam Flouring Mill. AH entirely now
mantfactured by Iloiiabird & Co., Lin.
NUCKOLLS A WHITE.
EocS. Port. Mo-Jan. 10th. 1S57. 31-6 w
m mm m 'wr
'Messrs. Atwood A Co,
Harsh man A Winter,
Hatch A Lsingdon,
Kinny, Espy dc Co
Drenel & Co
Ohio Life Insurance & Trust Co.,
Trot, O, January 1st, 1857.
M M :
when they are filed ; and f jr proving up, one dollar,
payable when the T.re-ernpuon is eons-nmrnatea.
janSf JOHN A. PARKER, Register.
St. Joseph and Council BlafEi "Weekly
. THE new and fast running passenger
S steamer "SILVER HEELS," having
Jenlin'i Bend, the best body of timber in the Coua-4 been built expressly for the trade, will upon the
tyj Terms, one third cash, one third in one year and opening oi navigation, maw nguiat wwj inps,
one in two Year. Title perfect. For information between SU Joseph and Council Bluffs, connecting
--Hrce Qciars an hrur was the mar
trricc' of'a couch in Ix'cw York cn
crs: of Januarv.- A Eiu-Ie' horse
iaitagj coij be Lad "f.
Address i ANDREW TR1BBLE.
i Bock Port, or Lowell, Mo.
Feb. ISth, 1S57.
St. Joserh Gazette" please copy first 3 weeks in
March, and send bill to Advertiser.
JESSE LOWE, ' :
OMAHA CITY, K T.
Jewelry, Plated Ware, Cutlery, Spoons, Ac, &c
Nebraska City, NT..
Ei?"ENGRATia and REPArarxa done cn short
notice, and all woax. waekasted. -
with the first St. Louis l'ackets at St. Joseph.
The "Silver Heels," will extend her trips to Sioux
City, and ln'rmediate points, once a month.
DONNELL A SAXTON.
"Farewell," Jew, until I meet thee,
Though too well 'tis growing lata,
Tot, ere lorg I hope to greet thee,
In the matrimonial state.
DILLON, TH0ILPS01T & C0.
Largo Frame Building Cor. Main & Lock Sts.
HOCK FORI, MO.
Wliosesaie and Retail Dealers in . , ..
Hardware, Queensware, Drrxs, Hat3, Caps,
Loots, Shoes, Tinware, Stoves, -Furniture,
Iron, Nails, Plows,
and Farming Utensils. .
WILL have, on the opening of navigation, a
large and Taried accession t their present
Stock, which will be 3oid Low for Cash. -
February LJth, 1S57. 35-tf
S. Locxwocro. IE 57. R- E. Pome rot.
LOCKWOOD $ POMEROT,
' " Wholeale and Retail Dealers iri
HATS & CAPS,
Also, Shippers of American Furs of
every description; for which they
pay the highest Market price,
IA CASH. .
COUNTRY Merchants are invited to examine our
J stock of Hats & Caps for the approaching Spring
and Snmaur trade, which will be large, fashionable,
and well selected. In point of variety our stock shall
not be exct lied by any House in St. Louis.
Our pric:3 will be low, terms accommodating.
Call and see us at our New Store. Saeond St
St. Joseph, Mo. 32-6m.
mniS INSTITUTION dates ia commencmeai
A from the 10'Ji Nov. Owing to the unfiiBiahed
state of the Banking Houp, we bave net thuht
proper to give out any public notice, though prepare
ed at all times to reltm our papef la circUiation.
We now give general notioe that we are icliutom
to acccmm&late our friends, aul wul loan to one and
all on good security. We will at all times purrhas
Eastern Exchange, ar d art- now ready to make Draita
on SL Louis, Mo, in sums to suit, in exrhaejre for
either Gold or currenjv. ALEX. II ALL AM. Cash'r.
ErownTille, N. T, Dec. S, IS jo. vln2Cif
HEW CASH SIOHEl!
The subscribers would inform tho ciilrens of Brown-
ille, and surrounding couztry that their
NEW STORE HOUSE
Is completed, and they are now receiving
and opening an extensive stock of .
.-r T- Trr h s v -Tv t
The fee for declaration is one dollar, to be paid J U , 1 V 1 T 1 H I I ,N 1
nn. one dollar. M- w -a- '
Lanti Offics, OxahaJ
17th December 1S5i5. )
TvECLAR ATIONS for pre-empting must hereafter
3lJ be fiied in this oface instead of being sent, as
heretofore, to the Surveyor-General's See. They
will be rcwived at any time, and should be fled as
soon aa possible, as a question has arisen, TVle(Aer
fie exoiration of three viontht. nfrer the Survey art
made, i R4t a bar to further fling, but certificates
cannot be Ertven until the Iract iiooks are received
Proprietors or Town cites snouia cie plats, saow-
in the lesral eubdiviilona elaimed, as soon as they
can do so, to prevent thctr being filed on by pre-
) rA2TlS w.
r JA3. D. WHITE,
) Nebraska City
JETFEK3CN T. CASAX'T,
JAS. D. TEFT,
Con ceil BluSs, Iowa.
CASSADY, TEST, HLBEX L CO
(Successors to Ridea & White.)
rx.liI4DiVA. VlAX, a. A.
HAYING made arrargements by which we wiD
receite accurate copies of all.th Townships
embraced in the Eastern portion of Nebriaka, we
are now prepared to if er our serticcs to the
"SQUATTEI1S OF THI7 TELLITTOiiT,'
In FiUnsr Declaratory Statements of
Intention to Pre-empt, Securing
Pre-emptions, Locating Land
. "Warrants and
LAND YvAELANTS BOUGHT & SOLD.
' Land Entered on Time, Ace,
Particular attention paid to Buying and Selling
ProTjertY on commission: Abo. to making Collections
1 - . . . . I T'
and forwarding remittances to any pan oi ine union.
Clanks of all kinds always on hand.
non. A. A. Bradford, . Nebraska City.
Messrs. Dolman A West, St. Joseph, Mo.,
Peter A. Keller, . Washington City
Thomas Lumpkin, .
June 2S, 1355. yl-a4
BUOWXYILLE, X. T.
TT7TLL promptly attend to Baying and Selling
I f Iand,Li)Uecting and lnvestmir money, locating
and selling Land Warrants, and filing Declarations
of intention to Pre-empt; aadall other matters per
taining to the business of a JLand At-nu
EXPESIESCE Z3TABBO0K. J. D. X. THOltPSOS.
USTABHO OK c THopsblT,
Will pxwtite jointly in all business entrusted to
them Uut Will require attention at the
Adobess: E. Es tab rook, Omaha City, N. T.
J. D. N. Thompson, Brownville, N. T.
Myriads of . Madura Plants. " 1,000
Bushels Madura Seed.
FLTJIT AND OKNAMETAL TLEES.
OVERMAN $ MANN,
cr ten dclhrs
noon to night. Ita
Irctic explorer E. K.
Kane lies dangerously ill at Havana.
It is F-d to think that he shoald nc-sr he
cnt cfT frcm the errirrvmcnt cf the rich
harvest effame tfhich years cf hard
ship nnsi hrave adventure hnv achiev
ed for him. - His recovery is well nigh
Harper for Februarr 13
It is nnr:rj.a!Iy intciestinr.-
4.wA V A
T.--rn C ?
-rones to ruE-mrrciLs.
Lakd OrncE, Oraaha Cit j,
J ancary 26ui, 1857.
On the 1st day of February this See tri!
be opened to Pre-cmptors.
1 Uda of the followics Townships are ready,
arid tiersons on any of them can corae forward
as soon as tbey please, and prova up. Other
Flats aro da'Jy expected, and as soon as re'
ceived, will in Lke raasner be ready.
No. 17,18, 19, iaJtange' 9
13,19, , " 10
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, - 11
3,6, 7,K, 13
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,Kot th of Langs No. 12 East.
1,2.3,0, " " 14, "
a, ana i, " " - 15,
5,acd8t " . 16,
- A Public Sale is conS&enth expected on or
btifore tbe 1st day of June; previous to which,
all jersons claiming Pre-Llmption must con-
Krmata them, or tbey will be forfeited.
Persons pplying to Its-En pt: must :
lt. Be a citizen of tbe United States, or
hays lei Lis declaration of intention to te-
corxie a citken.
2d. Either, tbe bea3. cf a Faraily, or a
Wiiow, or a Sirgla Han, oter tha afs cf 21
Id. An xibatutart cf tbs tract aorbt ta ba
entered, rjrra which, in perron be Las teade
a S'sttlemer.t, and erected a DwelUrg Ect:se.
("A person fining ia arVf cne of thess requisites'
car, hare claiii to Pre-LmpV)
: tth. Satisfactory pnof must ba raada to'
utib'iab tl three f.rcing requisites Tbtf
artist be dcte by or.o or' tabre dis'r. teres !cl
TVitrtesss.; The "Wits ess, or.rhaelie3,"rHast
tes tiff ia person, i.t Jbb c!i:ce,.crept,- "iy
misa cf tiistacceickcess, nr fcfrairy. they
BEG leara to armonnce that they bare, for a Fancy Goods, Ae.
tr et of rears, been enm?ed in the culture of .L
F. DINGS & CO.,
Importer of, and Fio7eois DeaUrt in
Alancfacturcrs of all hinds of Brushes.
S3 Worth If Pin Street, (Up Stairs,)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. 32-ly
-To ILIqiior: Dealers,
Wholesale Grocers, Druggist3, Photo
graphers, Amhrotypers, Pyrotech
nists,' Glass Manufacturers,
- and Artizans in general.
BEST (X)GNAC OIL, to produce a aigh-flavored
Bnrody with pnrs spirits; also, the flavorings
for every kind rf Iilcracr, and the essences of Jamaica
and SL Croix Rum, Holland and English Gin ; Apple,
Peach and Cherry Brandy; Monongahela, Bourbon,
Irish and Scotch Whiky; Port and Maderia Wines:
Coloring for Brandy and Fort Wine. Chemicals for
all the Arts; Metals, such as Platina, BLnnuth, Cad
mium, Abcto, Manganese, Vienna Lime, Gutta
Percha Botthrs and Dippers, Cyanide: Pottrwsium.
; Essential Oils: Lemon, lienramot, Lavender, Cloves.
Juniper, Caraway, Rose, Orange, Vuailla; Insect
powder, and Fly Paper.
N. B. A Valuable Preparation to give Age
and Body to New Whisky, and other Domestic and
Imported Liq iors; it is abo valuable as a clearing of
aU fiuids whkh arc muddy and turgid. and full direc
tions for use Hcnt with every order. Fur Salmon the
most moderate term?, by Dr. L. FEUCilTWANGER,
Chemist and Importer cf all Lsscntial Oils, Drug,
hedges arid hedge plants, and nanng been rreaUy
encouraged by the success of the Maclura Hedge,
and stimulated by the immensely increasing demand
for the material, thy have sown, the present season
on good, new land, about 150 bushels of excellent
seed the produce of which is estimated at fifteen
muliom ptunUlJ which they tSer for the Spring
trade. It vmld have remired mart! tiian that amount
113 MaLlert Ians. N. T.
CUA2IS G. D0ESE7,
GENERAL LANE AGENT,
to npjJy demand the iut XfK-inj. The terms Firt Btreet, (opposit AiTeriiaer" cSea.)
for pi ants, will be rioiMie,ar-d to dealers and oth-1 TtPH W WTT.T V " "V T
ers ordericg plants by wholesale, .Teat inducements
will be caered. It is Tcry iim-uri-iai, uii uruers
should be sent in IAKLT, as tbey wiU be registered
and tiled ia the order in whkh thty aro received,
For the tut three years they have Iwen unable to
supply the demand, and it is pruliable that late or
ders cannot L lUi Ibe next Spring, as the demand
is expected to beW tine greater than heretofore.
Plants wiU bm aecurely packed and delivered on
board th cars fres of expense, exrept f ar cost of ma
; i fc: nee ivei.-.... .
la trih cass dci
.BBOWNYILLE, N. T.
Respctfully sdi cits the patronage of the public ia
Buying and Selling
CLAIMS, TOWN PROPERTY,
And Ellin?: Declaration of Intention to
All claimants of landJ are adrcel to le immedi
ately, if they have not already done so, as the provi-
Thc7 nre also extensively engagwl ia importing . ;on3 0f the rre-ciniticn law in that reypect are plain
hedge seed, which they sell on tho best terms, and nt,t to be avoided, and it is impcesibla to perfect
alwavs v -arrant frtth atu goo: omen xor wtica rre-emption Wigat wittiout Lac.
f hoald br seat in prior to the 15th of October next. I Brownville. J'la. 15, 1857. irl-o31tf
They win be prepared to rprout sta lor raca as do-
Short Settlement Mahc Long Friends.
fTHE subscribers request aU that are indebted to
A them, by note or account, to maktfpayment by
the 15th of February next, as one of the firm will
start Eadt at tnat time for a new and Sill it'xk of
sood.and CASH will be wantedlo iwyf'irthem.
We return cur than3 to our .frienils for their
patronage to this time, and promiie to xoent a con
tinuancc ot the same hereafter.
WM. noHLtTZELL A CO.
Brownville, Jan. Sib, 13i7.
AGENTS WANTED to retaU articles Sales im-
XL mense profits large only $ required. Ad
dreffl, with Btamps, J. L- II., Harmony, U I.
JOEL IX WOOD, IX D.,
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens cf Nemaha
county, that having permanently located imme
diately South of Brownville, and having had consid
erable experience in iae ireaicmfc m .iuo uiaes
incident to the West, he flatters himself that ho is
prcjared to treat ihc same on purely , . .
And in connection with Da. Bcchiaji cf Misacuri.
Brownville, Jan. 1, 1S07. vln25"J
Earing scrcTal extensive nurseries, they ofTer, at
wholisai.e and retail. large sto:k of thrifty Fruit
and Ornamental Trees, Tines, Res. Shrubbery, A a,
at the following jriihts, to wit: Blooraington. I1L;
Mound Nnrserv, Canton, BLj Ileary, ElmwooJ, and
Eavaaa, LX Ail Fruit Trees warranted to be of the
best varieties sal true ta tamo. All information
eheerrfdy given, and catalogue ini prtmia-n essay
on Hed'rein sent ta all appiicanU. Ad ires'.
- OtEUilAN A MANN. V
Ftb. i", 1S57. Blocmingtoa, Illincis.
G. T7. COZZZZZ3, "
i Co"tmelIor ut Lit:,
: A3T , :
OUAHA Cnr. N. T. ;
1 " ; nrrrarircx.
Off. fcrarij Oziaia; H. P, Erret, Nsln.Ia CI't.
. The public in hereby notified, fiat the West fcalf
of thci Northeait quarter ani"the East half of the
Northwest quarter cf Section nuculer one in Town
ship ncmaer four of Rings number fifteen East, in
Nemaha county, Nebraska Territory, forms theelaim
of th under?". med, and that be will proceed, at soon
as th li". 1 O-iaa is opened, to enter the same by
ve-cmpt.: :rt. All sales of town Lots mads opon
tij tract, ly any person or persons as part of Nemaha
frhr. nVA ha bdld bv the unders::Tcd asabolute!v
voiL .-. A.D. SIvEEN.
Xroitu'r i7, .Tan.2th,1557.
Hev7 HiLrd-.varc Store.
Sign of the "lill Saw.
Importer, Whiilciaie and Retail Dealer in
American German, English i French
HALDWABE AKD CUTLERY. '
ST. JCSEPH, MO.
TS NOW receiving and ornirrg the largest and mo
Ayaried arsortment of goods ia tie above Lne ever
oST-jred in any market west of SL Louis.
My stock embraces a full and complete as-.rtxer.t
of Cabaret and llou3e Uuilder U.irdware,' I xLan
iu's tool3 of every dcscrintiori', direct from th,s most
r?roved manufacturer'; amcultcral ana harticul
taral tools ad impleracnt'in cie;:it Twietv, combia
ing all the recent and u?fl inipTovtm2nt4 for the
saving of a vast amount of labor t:i the farmi eg com
munity, from whom I respectfay request a csrefol
examination of this ucpartmctt.ef Jty stock. I m
also cxc-la-ive axent for the sal of the celebrated
St.' Louis Circul.tr MZJ and Cross Cut Saws, which I
will wrrrrant, and f 11 all orders at ihe fact ary prices.
Also a larz? a3Mrtmcnt of Guns, Ellas and Pistol?.
Iron, Steel, Niils, &c, cf the best branli: in a ward,
my sijck is very complete, which, for its quality aa J
price, 1 am determined ti ofTer f ata iiducemenU as
wid command a liberal saare of trais from thii i l
adjoining eounties. My arrarg7ment! for irrrtcnir
aad arencies fr American Lardrare Mannr.ictners
. A. i 1.L - ... . . '
getuer vfiui a long wipenence ia tae jrnerjil liari
irare trade, enables m: oot only t defy all eomneti
tion, but has convince.! me that the true princii-'m cf
trade is casa ale? and small promts.
Janaary 1, 1SJI. vlrif
coMTRisnra in part,
boots "d: shoes,
Flardwrire, and TiriTrrtrc,
COOKING AND BOX STOVES,
o which they invite the attention cf cntomern
Their Gois are selected with reference to tho '
wants of the tomi and surrour.Jicg co en
try, and will be sold as . i
Low U3 any House above St. Tocph
FLOUR AND CORN MEAL,
constantly on ilaxd. .
C01IE ONE! C01IE ALL! I ;
And examine cur Siock for youfjtl re
McAllister, roziEii 4 co." '
ErownyEle, October 25, 1S58. vlnlStf
J. E. WASHINGTON;
'Hardware, CuZtzry ar.d Guns, ,
West Side- Main strict, ... . , ,
St. Joseph, Zlo.) - r
3 NOW reeeivirg and opening a eleck of Hari
ware and C a tl cry adapted ta the wsntscf fur
mers, Mechanics, and. Merchant. anihavicgpurchiis
ed American goocLi from Manufacturers, and nuJ
permanent arraxgemeuts fr tho direct importii.Uoii
of all my foreign goods, together with a Ion experi
ence in the Hardware business I shall cITt sucii :c
duccmentitopurchiLicrj in this market, as will Inns'
satisfaction, and respectfully solicita share of paLno- (
age from the section of country tialir at bt. J-'
crh. . " ' -
Hunts and Sinmoa a axes, . A jger?t ,
Jlouse hole Anvil;-, ' CliL;i3
Slid Box Vkea, Chains
Spear 4 Jackson '3and Euther'i files, Fry I"ans, ! , .
Ames fc Rowland's shovel? k ipaJes, C2"ee Miil :
Cut, wrought and hor?e shoe tail Ssive?, : i
Cotton and Manilla corlige, Corry CcsJaif
Wostenholiu pocket knives, Flaner,
Knives and fork?, Licks,
Guns, riles, and pi stola, B-l?s,
Shean, scisiors and rajors, 7iitJie,
ILimiaer? and Ilitehet, Smtcw,
Spear AJickscn a saws, - Ettt.?, .
traces asi Bitti . Ac- .
- also; .
Erfirlinrr, HardTrriro end Cz
tcr'9 T00I3. .
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
m . m m l m
" BROWNVILLE, N. T. ' '"' "
r-'i I1ESFECTFTJLLY ic fores tha palH-j
o , I lhat he is prepared.?"! serve tl em witij airy-
. -m thing in bis line, at short noUre, arwl vith a.
style acl qualiiy of work ho feels .j n5leut Trill
piease. To his eld friends aui curtomen ha ie tsi
it uaneoe3ary to say a word, t otl-eri he siiyjt oaly
-December 12, 1353. ylaHS-Jy
fi. a. 1:
IT.. l . T 00.,
mm, . -
RAL Z AND A GENTS,
CIL BLUFFS I0TTA, :
wn. n. Tnorrsoy. 3. it '(43
THOMPSON. ; TAAFFE, ;
(S-essors to Earrows TLfmj'St a,) -m
4 Xm. m. k. itA Uq
And" Corrmiksion Merchants;
7or 13, Pearl Str??t, Ciacbuiati.
Fart'cuTar attention will li g;reT Ui trdsf
for Grocrie, which will always be exe;u.ca j-icatTtat
1 estate Ammt
HAS n--w on hand several valaalle towr lti and
also Timber and Prairie Claizi?, whi ha will
sell cheap. " . - -
Being a-nt far Hie City cf FlAitnaoulh, hi H
famish lou ta those who w;J to stttle ia tlri town
C3 cheap and reasonable term.
VZ-zt wii J. ILBrowa,E.. '
T. B. ccsnxs.
icny c. rear.
CUMKxG Zz TURK, .
Attoizcys it to & Eeni Estc-Agdls,
"CHAtTA" CITY, X. T., -i.
"TTTTLL attcrifuthfullyar.i jnrtjtlr toaH Icsi
VV nc;3 entru'tai b them, in the TVrrit:riil or
Iowa Courts, to the pirehaia of lots SLvl Linij, tzi
trrim and pre-emption!-, collectloa'?, ic.
CUce ia the sscoad story cf Fr.ry F.c-r.tjr.ew
bail-iirg, nearly opposlta iha T;;rra I::i.i;'2
Bank, i'amham slrt-e t. - "
Dec 27, is-;. Ti:a::ur
N. E. We vfcu'. 1 Tvrpevifu'.'..;'.irf-rsa Cf-cti-sens
or Nemala oun:y a-i i a- -:t. z that
we baTealws oa bi;l . l.;'grj ted wsl ;l?-tf
sapply or LTJ.ir. Ei:? v, h'lh vj res frJraiii aibw
er rates thaa acy mill ia tie Territory. . ..
Market pri-:? pail f r l:gj fiiirsrcaat fhs yarl
crrrj the tak c: tho river.
All criers a.-c-.r'puiti v.ih tLoeaa, wis r:ssiva
or ixmeiiate atu&u-TC.
j to f:9 sevcml prv h-.
Cad rati 3 c;.. f.S t-t an?.;
z 3 vr . r " n . . i
:r 1 lif!,
i'.'iir " ..'a
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