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Froatta Country Gentleman.
. CA2S1CZ, TTJLirirs AXD LOOT .
The quantity per acre of cabbages,
turnips, and roots that under favorable
circumstances can be grown upon an
acre of land, is truly astonishing."The
amount and value of green . food for
farm stock, that can be raised on an
acre of ground, we think is not well
understood by a large majority of our
farmers. It is generally thought that
our climate, from its liability to drought
(in summer and autumn,) is not so fa
vorable to the, production of, turnips,
root "crops, &c, as the more humid
climate of England, Scotland and Ire
land. This, to some extent, may be
true; but still we have hundreds of well
authenticated statements, showing most
'.clearly "that the several kinds of vege
tables usually grown for -autumn and
winter feeding of cows and other farm
Etock, can generally, by good culture,
be profitably grown in most sections of
our country. But in order to do this,
.the due preparations of the ground,
the proper season of sowing the seed,
and the after-culture, should all be
17 ell understood and attended in due
. . Farmers, it is said, have strong pre
judices, and are slow to adopt new
systems of culture, and perhaps this
may partly account for the little at
tention that is usually paid by them
to the growing. of cabbage, turnips,
and other root crops for their stock.
But jail readily admit that the health,
thrift and well being of our horses.
fiheen and cattle, would be rreat!v
promoted by a regular daily allowance
.of crecn succulent food, in connection
w th the drv forage thpv ata nsnallv
.kept upon throu-h our lonz cold win-
ters. . And no less true is it, that the
. . . - . i
cuantitv ana auantv oi milt, cream
.i v. ii I
and butter of an herd of cows, would
--' ' i
'bo greatly augmented by a good sup-
n v nt Riircn cnt tnnn. Riir-h n nhhfrrp l
fj - - .- w
r, fAAr. ( - 1, I
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uilci, vumcsc Buai viuuey uuinii iuc
usually dry autumnal months. "
".In England, Scotland .and Ireland,
the cultivation of green crops that is
.cabbage, rape, turnips, roots, &c, en-
"ters verv largely into their systems of
.fmmirsrr nrA ihe nnnntltv mice-il is
rots, parsnips, kohl rabi, cabbages,
and various other crops. But. here
the Royal Dublin Society, ".ur-?,?u maKe up your ; oreaa, wun
in Dublin 2d week of Dec., ? mi.lic' rjaJel. ?0t t0 ,
ro rrr.-ra rvUA fn ha Knot "Sing m till the doU ph 13 COOl CnOUh
J (IVAW 1V1 VUV kO
we only give the weight per acre ofPue,a ?e Pa?f are IUU ana n 11 18
the above named. It is nroner here to
'Eay that the English . or statute "acre
contains o-iy square yaras tne msn
bwedish iaruips, first prize to Dr.
RadclifT 40 tons farm-yard manure I
per acre produce oo ions seea sown
last-week in May. -The second prize
traded for 47 tons per acre 26 tons
farm -yard manure per -acre seed
eorn 3d of June. ' Premiums for.-wur-zels
three several crops, two of 80
tons each per Irish acre, and for one
oi mty-nve ions iarm-yara manure
pnlyusea Irize tor b4 tons 3ugar
oeet i5 tons xann-yara manure per
acre, inree prizes ior carrots, viz :
for SO, oo and 26 tons per acre. White
i.uus.j wu -u am
tons per acre, rarsnips v tons, ivoni-
raui -uiius lilies apart tv
. manure sown xn iuay last v tons
onao was per acre, vauoagc, iwo
prints ur oj oj iuus per utxu. .At
is worthy of note that in all these
triah, none other than farm-yard ma-
,nure was used.
It might notbe good policy for Am-
crican farmers to go so largely into
the culture of green crops as is done
in the countries aDOve namea. v;ne
reason is, our rmters requiring, they
should, like potatoes, be stored beyond
the reach of frost. This would make!
it inconvenient storing very, lanre
quantities, but almost every farmer
could so arrange as to secure a few
hundred bushels for winter feeding to
his stock. Cabbage and rape may be
raised so as to be fed to milch cows
from early in June till November; and
largo quantities can readily be, saved
for spring uso by opening trenches
with a plow, and burying them in the
trench, "head downward." - .We could
Cito from the lleports and Transac
' lions of Agricultural Societies,-hun
.areas of statements proving beyond
all cavil, tho advantage and -crofit of
rrowin? cabbages, turnips, beets, car-
rots, parsnips and . wurzels, for stock
.We have alluded to this subject at
tA rTTrnncp rf mllfn r
the attention cf farmers to it at this
comparative leisure season cf the year.
It is a good tine to lay their plans,
' procure seeds, &c, for the co
Steam-Plowinq.-J. Percy, of Al-
tany, Las constructed a carriage, to
which plows nay be attached, and
which he fcel3 confident wiil enable
bin, by steam-power, to overcome the
diHcaltics which have heretofore, pre-
yer.::a me practical working oi steam
13 r urpOSe. His Plans SCemS
, but trial alone will demonstrate
her it can, successfully and cheap
ly, Le crnlicd to practical use on tho
Urn. Jcurnzi -a . 1 . jig.
1 i r-i '
ire raided- in
zll 'cz::ri Lcu'si- t
. . rsavErs ran i&zzzz. .
Farmers, and ethers, will heed the
following, whatever they may think of
book or fancy fanning generally. They
will direct the attention of their eons
to these Universal II ules, and commend
every one to follow them. Wo are
indebted for most of them to that ex
cellent manual, the Illustrated Register
of Rural Affairs, every lino of which
is a text in itself for a more elaborate
Never keep animals "oh short allow
ance if you starve them they will
surely starve you. "
Although, in draining land thorough
ly your purse may be drained, yet the
full crops that follow will fill it again.
Trying to farm without a capital is
like trying to run a locomotive without
fuel. Money and wood must both be
consumed, if they are to move the ma
chine of the farm or of the rail.
-Always give the soil the first meal.
If this is well fed with manure ; it , will
feed all else plants, animals, and
man. 1 '
If you wish to give ah energetic
movement to all your farm machinery,
and keep its hundred wheels in. rota
tion, be sure not to be without a good
rotation of crops. '
If you allow your animals to shiver,
your fortune will be shivered in conse
quence; that is, the farmer who leaves
his cattle to the winds, will- find his
profits'also given to the winds.
Heavy carrot crops for -cattle, will
soon return carats of gold.
Did you ever hear the musical notes
of a starving herd of hogs? Extinguish
by food those notes" speedily, if you
would avoid even, more annoying notes
a"er pay-ctay nas passea.
Jiany a larmer, Dy too sparingly
seeding his new meadows, has had to
ceuo ais wuoie iarm.
j i t i x"
ver7 larmer snouia see aauy every
ammai ue uas aim us tuuui
: i i i j j i. i j:
tmn UaaL'lir visits oa mth ernmn
.-..-- ,xt ...m
P0011 rcsmt m eawJ ammais-
ii " : tj - t
r (i ,
J-0 U-UAlvE OAL,T-IUbI:SQ JjIU:AD.
g water and cool it till you
can just bear your hand in it. Then
stir in flour till it is a thick batter; set
it in a warm place, and exclude it from
the air, and in a few' hours it will rise
to a sponge, then take some milk and
boil it, and cool with! cold water till it
Then get your
to bear your hand in; work it well after
the rismS goes set it away m
P,nuiH rise agamanu
rcau lur S-
. GATnEMya- Perfume of Flowebs.
frofT, ;n verv Rimnl onrl
th M littift Rtallcs -M ssiufi. :nni1
Uuo Wptt, in . ir t.rn ota .,n
olive or aimond oil.. After beino-,! in
the oil twenty-four hours, put them into
a coarse cloth, and squeeze the oil
from them. This process, with, fresh
flowers, is to be repeated, according
to the strength of the perfume desired
Th(J oll beiu thni thoroughly perfum
e(j wjth the volatile principle of the
flowers, is to be mixed with an equal
quantity 0f pure rectified spirits, and
shaken every day for a fortnight, when
it may be p d off ready for use.
As the season for sweet-scented bios
s(?ms ig now approaching, this method
may be practically tested!
Old Trees. Old apple-trees, that
have ceased to bear, should: have, the
soil; removed from the roots, the old
limbs taken off. and the tops thinned
out. The soil about the roots- should
men oe replaced dv an equal uuik. oi ?
compost, formed of the following ma-
terials, and in the following relative
promotions One cord cood rniick; one
fourth" of a, cord of finelv-iyjlverized
clay; two cask's of unslackcd lime; two
casks of gypsum: two casks of unleach-
ed wood-ashes; and one-cask 'of salt.
After filling in, cover the compost up
to the collar of the tree with straw.
and confine by a few fiat stories. Then,
with an old hoe, scrape oif the rough
bark from the trunks and larger limbs,
and apply, after washing thera thor-
oughlywitlr a solution of potash-water,
or ashes and. soft soap, a-mixture of
Scotch snuff and lard. -
To -pETsERVE Smoked IIeat.
" nensuiucienuysmoeu, envefop eacn
piece in tmcK paper, ana pacK tnem m
a cask or box, with dry ashes, ;m uch
a manner that tne asnes sliall surround
the meat on all sides, above and below.
AUW UUC3 wm prevcuw uihusuuls iruui
la I T H 1. . II . "11
loucning tae meat; ine paper win Keep
it from being soiled by the ashes; and
both together will exclude the air, and
so prevent rancidity; and the meat will
be as sweet, and the ' flavor of the
smoke as pleasant, after a lapse of
months; as when first nut away. Pro-
laium csL - - Ku, j.-. -
I tried the above rlan last year, and
3 so well pleased with it that I think
it would be a great benefit to raahe it
nubl c. It is chcan. nnd attrnild with
rpTvlitflA trnnblf . nnd nrfrrra mrt
better than" any other method with
which I aca acquainted. E. II, Field.
fcure euro J or sncn "ioot-2vn as
cattle in this 'vicinity are . 'troubled
' Fill tho decca.r
part with ae r.lt
pcur cn .1 small qus.ntity cf
of turpentine. From ;: rxne to
i.4 A I J
hcaticns muI u:raa.:Iv -cLcct a
C C i
Troit Street, i.car Ltcilrat Landirg,
- buowxyille, it. t. : ;
A. J. BENEDICT, ' ,
ANNOUNCES to the public that h? bns taiea i.bo
abore Iloiue, formerly kopt by T. H. Edwaids,
in I3rownrillc, N. T, and i3 now prcjcrol to accono
dato all who nmy favor Lira with their patronage.
A new additioa bits ocen built to tbe bouse, end iid
ditions made cf Furniture and Bedding, and all ar
rangements now are such as to render thi3 House
equal to any iu the Territory,
lirownriile, July 5, 1S53. .
IV. II. WILLIAMS, ;
WnOLtSALE AND BET AIL DEALER H ,
STOVES & TINWARE
TAKES ploiisure- in announcing tbe citizens of Or
gon aud tie public in general, that he tas cn
Land the most exter-sivo stuck of Stoves and Tin
ware, ever offered in this market. My stock of Tin
ware i3 of my own manufacture, and is for tale at
Wholesale and Iletall at St. Louis prices.
I wonld call particular attention to my stock of
COOKING STOVES, Roinising the most improved
patterns both Air-Tight and Premium. Among them
may bo found Filly's Charter Oak, the best stove n jw
in use, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Pioneer and prize Pre
mium. Also- , ... ; ...
Parlor & Box Stoves
- Of various Siie and Pa ttcrns, which I will
SELL LOWER TITAN ANY HOUSE IN TOWN.
Particular attention paid to making and putting
up Tin Gutters, in the town and country. Ateo, re
pairing done on short nctico aud on reasonable term.
Old copper, Eras3 Pewter taken in exchange
for work or ware. W. W. WILLIAMS,
vl-n3 Oregon, Mo., July 5, 136. .
FOETY THOUSAND DOLLARS Worti of Goods
at a small advanco on cost and carriaca ly .
AND . .
IIEMMES LANDING, JIO.
WE II A VI. in storeand are re?tiving per S team
ers Hannibal, Warner, Edinburgh and Omaha,
a large and well assorted stock of .. ,
Dry Goods, - ;
Boofa A Shoes,
Hit & Cap3,
' ' , -Doors,
. . t : Iron
All of which we offer at very low prices for Cash or
Country Produce. -
NO HUMBUG! We will sell at S01IE P2ICE!!
DILLON & HAWK.
P. S. Ladi es, if rou haven't got a fine Silk Dress,
Shawl or Bonnet, don't blame Dillon & Hawk, for
wo certainly have the best assortment of i ancy Dress
Goods ever oifered in this market: No troubln to
fhow Good3. : vl-n5 . D. & H
CHARTER OAK ' ;
LIFJ3 INSURANCE COMPANY ! I
Hartford, Ct. Capital $200,000
With large anl increasing receipts securely invested
under the sanction and approval of the Comptroller
of Public Accounts.
! ' OFFICERS.!
ALFRED GUI,, Pres't. JOHN. L. BFNCE. V. P,
JAMliS C. WALKLEY, Secretary. .
. DIRECTORS. '
Alfred Gill. John L. Bunce, Wm. R. Cone, Jas. G
Bollc?, John A. Butler, Noah Wheatdn, N. Holl is-
. ter, Sam'l Coit, Dan'l Phillips, C. N. nmpbrey.
'BOARD OF FTN-AXCE.
Geo. Seach, E3q'..Pr-3sident of Phoenix Bank, J .
D. F. Robinson, Esq., " " Hartford " .
Hon. I?a:c Toaccy, late Attorney General U. S.
Applications for insurance received by
R. W. FURNAS, Affen..
DR.: A. S.nOLLIDAYt iled. Ex.'. ; ..
ClliO. V. LUCKIIARDT,
Jn.cL ST owollor,
OREGON, HOLT COUNTY, MO. ;
TAKES the liberty to inform the citizens of
Brownvillo and vicinity, that he has opened a
WATCH, CLOCK A JEWELRY STORE
In Oregon, Hol t cousty, llo., where he will keep con
stantly on hand, and for sale, a good assortment of
Gold nnd Silver Watches, Cluck? and Jewelry, which
ho will sell extremely low, for CASH. - Also, a fine
lot of Violins, Accordeons, Silver, and Plated Spec
tacles, Gold Pcn3 with Gold and Silver extension
cases, Silver TbrmWes, Ac, Ac. .
. Il is prepared to repair Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry, of every, description, in the best manner and
on the most reasonable terms. - - ' - - -';
Every articlbcught in his establishment, is war
ranted to be what it is represented to be. Watch re
pairing warranted for one year.
July 20, 1856., rl.-nStf. - - :
, UNITED STATES . .
OMAHA CITY, N. T.
r EQUIRE1) to be in attendance officially npon all
V the terms of the District and Supreme Court of
the Territory, tenders his Professional services to sach
as need them.t He flatters himself tbathis facilities
for gaining a knowledgo of the practieo in each Dis
trict, will enable him to give satisfaction to such as
entrust their buninoss to his care.
Omaha City, Juno 7,1855. - - - '
J. T. DO WD ALL. if . . K.K. CABH.
DOWDALL, CARR & CO.,
Engine and Machine I.Xanufactoiy.
; j Corner Second and Morgan Streets. ' , ' .
'ST. LOUIS, MO.
MANUFACTURERS of Steam Engines and Boil
ers. Sarand Grist Mill Machincrv. Tobacco
Screws and Presses, Lard Kettles,. Lard Screws and
Cylinders, Wool Carding Machines, Young's Tatknt
Smut Machines. Building Castings, Ac. , . -1 .
f5Ag8nt for the sale of.Jaines Smith k Co.'s
Superior MACHINE CARDS. .
YOUNG'S PATENT . SMUT MACHINE. ' yell
tried, always-EuccesHful,. fully Guarantied. Manu
factured and for sale bv - . .
. . ... . - DOWALL CARR, A CO.,
.' . . . ."Washington Foundry, St. Louis, Mt
.... O. P. 3XASOX,
Attorneys jnd Counsellors at Law.
And General Land Agents, ,, -
NEBRASKA CITY, N. T. ; . Y
WILL prcmptly attend to Land Agencies, collec
tions, investing money, locating and selling
jand warrants, aDd'ail other business pertaining to
iheir profession, in Nebraska Territory and Western
Eagle;:: Mills.,' "
r...; ::.r;ST. josEPn," mo. r : : .
JA3Ii:S ' CARGILL, Proprietor. '-' ;
TANUFACTURES and keeps constantly
ATA. on hand for side, all kinds of -Flour, 3Ieal,
and Teed stulfsi Orders solicited and promptly filled
on most fa voluble terms. Cash paid constantly for
Wheat. For character of Flour refer to everybody
ma 1 ever osei it. ,
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 30,1835. vlnl3:ly "
Ko. IS," Main Street, St ' Louia Mo. ;
AGENTS for Straub's Corn and Wheat Mill
' the "Queen of' the South:" This remarkable
iiiil Las been kept seenred to the inventor by caveat
recently, However,- f Juno 27tn, 164.) Letters
Fatect for the United ttate3 have been granted, se
curin j the invention for fourteen years. Thi3 Hill
has sustained itself wherever it has been brought in
to competition with other Wills, it was run against
the ther'makeof Mills cf our city, tt the Ohio Stato
Fair, in 135C', when it drew. a dijkaaa as tho best
Corn Hill, anl was awarded a fine suver Eedal. ,
Of these JJills we manufacture fire sizes for corn,
ana taree erisressiy sor cnnain wheat Hour.
Tb pecubv novelty of this Mill is, the ender
stone is the ranuin stone, la all cases. There u no
limit to tha speed, and as spoed is every thicj: in grind
in it will on t grind any upper grinder ia the world.
Secondly: By this arrangement wo are enabled to
get gram antj the Jliu with a very email eye, coa.se
juentiy wo rnncl arer tne centre, slus cr course
with less rx'wet than any upper runner cun be nude
Thirdly:' Oar Mill taea any kind of grain without
choking. We warrant against choking ia ar-v arul all
cases. This !: a great vexatloa causing delay and
trouble in oil Miil3 where the upper stone is the run
ner. Of ecajs j, we mean sini'.l Willis, r hso the mo
tion must be high tu do much, tn.-.iac&s.
Fourth'y. Oar Mills never tako urjury Ij nusiiicr
craf ty the t.nder ston rot touching tLe uppor one,
no idj ury cia m doto. 1 ha a c n important Jran
tuge over, fell Mills where the ur-- r t t'ir.e is th run-
Patent Fort a
rnllE subscribers have entered into ft partnership
1 under the' firm of Reed, Holabird & Q?.,'to
manufacture the J. C. Heed, Patent Portable Grist
Mill and aro now prepared to furnish, ull those in
want of a good Cora or Wheat Mill that for dura
bility, simplicty and economy ; excel any Mill in the
world. On ths lat9 exhibition cf tbe Mechanics
institute in Cincinnati, a Gold Xodal was aw if ded
bcmforit. U r. :'. - -
It is adapted to all Grain grinding purposes ; it is
superior to all ethers for the most extensive Merchant
Mill, as it i3 for grinding the Farmers feed by Horso
power.- - ' '
The above Mills are manufactured by the under
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, 0 where they
con be furnished in any quantity at short nctico. ,
The above Mills warranted to perform as follows:
36 in. d-am., per hour 50 B. Corn, 25 Wheat, : $300
30 .: u V -u so 15 " . 260
24 u u 20 u 13 " ' 200
20 16 u S' u- ': 150
As this Mill tells its own story, it is unnecessary to
quote from our numerous recommendations, received.
1 ' Fresh Arrival of A
AT ROCKrOKT, SIO.
THE subscribers would respectfully 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 aro determined
to sell Goods as low if not 'lower than any other
House west of. St, Joseph. Having just received a
large and well selected Stock of Spring and Summer
Goods ; also a . superior Stock of .FomUy Groceries
with Hardware, Glass ana. ijueeiiswarc, f urniture,
Saddlery, Iron, Ac. ,
, Como oncand ally -. .
- ...... .For well we know; - i
- Agaia you'll call, ; . -, - '
- 'T. . Wo'll sell so low. . ; .-.
'. ..... - . Of Goods -the best, ;
. . i Atd profits small, ;
: We'll beat the rest, - - . : : "
, And suit jou alL
Onr Stock of Dry Gopds having been ; purchased in
tho Eastern cities, we flatter ourselves that we can
surpass our competitors in the low prices and good
qualities of our block, and earnestly believe all wia
roakby calling and seeing for themselves before
purchasing elsewhere. CAREY, JONES, & CO.
N. B. Country Produce of all kinds taken in cx
change at tho highest prices, for Goods, June 7, '56.
... WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL..- . .
lOregonf JttuU Qtunt J, Mo.
. Ilasin, Store
. j -1. .; i.
-: i .
Pure White Lead,
Linseed Oil,'-! ' v ; s
Red Lead, Hi -
Litherage, . , ,
White Chalk,1 ' "
Venitian Red ' r; ;
Spanish Brown; 'i
Cream of Tarter,
Sulphef Carb. Soda,
Caster Oil, i f. f ,
1-v- Ex. Log wood,-' ' '
. . Blue Stono, ,
Ground Ginger,: f " !;
'lloot-- do-, - ' - ' - a
;-; Saint Louis Glue,
Chrome; do, '
:. ' " . do r 'yellow,' I' 1
, Iron Paint,, .
White Zini do,
Fish Oil, ,: .
" " Whale do,' ' -y'
, Wrights' Pills,
" Champian's do,
Jayan's ' do, . ' fi ;
Loudon's r do, '. '
liadway's R. 11.,
1 Paris Pain Killer,
' Fahnestock's Ver.,'
- Stone's Cough Candy,
megar, v . .1 .
teal boday .; ; .
Coperas, . .
Saltpeter, ' -
Vol. Oil do,
Nervcr and Bone do,
Louden's do, ' .
London s do,
Ale Lane s laver rills.
In addition to the above, I have the largest Stock
oi JJrujsist and rhTsicians ShoD furniture. Chemi
cals, Surgical instruments and Patent Medicicns
ever offered for sale in this Country. '
Alercnants and rnysicians of Jowa. Kansas and
Nebraska, are respectfully invited to give me a call
June 7, ISots. DAMELZOOK..-
A. B. HOLLABIRD & CO.
:-- Machinists - Founders'- and - " '
Front Street, West of 'Smith,
CINCINNATI, o, : v;
Would moat resjMxdfully inform their friends and
the public generally, that they aro now pre
pared to execute all orders in their lino, with prompt-
the increased facilities they now possess; they hope to
merit a continuation m the liberal patronage which
Has Heretofore been extended to them.
Saw Mill Engines of every Description.
Constantly on ban I:-consistinj of the s?ash. Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears nnd every description of
i. astings, warranted to bo well made in every particu
lar. .., i ? .. s 'x .
They haV(5 also a Boiler Yard -attached to their
establishment, whi:h etiabfcs thera to ovcrse"all
work in that lino furnished by tbem, and are pre
pared to work on as reasonable terms as anv other
ebop in tlio country. . 1 . - - -. - '
Ihoso in want of anything in our line, would do
well to give us a call and examine our iiew patterns.
6, t. I.EWI3 - '
JAMES .W. tEfrlS -
THOSt JT. BABTHOI.OW
late PERV 4 BARTHOLOW
B. W. LEWIS. & BROS.
MANXFACTCREr.S.OP AIX DESCRIPTION OP
C H E WJ NG T OB A COO.
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 the same, pledging ourselves to
spare neitnerpaiss nor cspenso to ncrit the patron
age of the public, we bes leave to announce that
William J. Lewis has withdrawn from our firm, and
Thos. J. Bartholow is admitted' partner from, this
date, tho stylo of the firm remaining unchanged, aud
that we have secured the services of Capt. George
G. Davis who will hereafter act in the capacity of
traveling SALESMAN in connection with our Mr.
Bartholow and will daring the coming Season per
sonally wait upon- our customers for the purpose of
soliciting their orders. Ouf stock held over from last
nr f all . flnserintinn 5 unnnimmisiT larH th
quality of which cannot fail to give entire satisfac
tion to consumers. B. W. LEVIS & Bros
Glasgow, Mo., Jar.uary 6, 1855. " " -
Steel .Flow" Factory
-. Market Square, St, Joseph, Mo. , f
' tVILLIAM M. CARTER,
MANUFACTURER of Fraijic' plows of all sizos;
one and two .horse Plows and Shovel-plows,
Cultivators and narrows. All orders (under five-hundred
plows) filled immediately. Liberal discount to
wholesale purchasers. . - .
L. FORSYTH &! CO.
And FreHsrlit Agents,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
. No. 3, Oliva Street, Pt-Looia. Mo. -
J. M. McFADIN & CO.,
rY:- "Y. :J2ercbants, YY
" No. 28 Leveeand 5G. Commercial strest,
" '. ' : St. Loci?, lo. . . ..- ;.'.
Especial attention given to sales of nEMP,ROrE,
Provisions, Flour, Grain, Ac. Consignments solicit
ed, and promptly disposed of. - -
H. P. BESNFTT, 3.5. MOBTOX, - E. H. HAI J)IXO
RENNET, JIOIITON & IIARDING. '
"Attorneys at ILavr,
Nebraska City, N. T., and GlemvootL, la.
TT7ILL practice in all the Court3 of Nebra.;kfc asd
W Western Iowa.' Particular attention. pai l to
obtaining, locating Lacad Vrarrants, and collection of
dcbt3. - '
IlEl-XRENCE: ; ... 'r' '
; Hon. Lewis Ca3s, Detroit. 1 11:;. 1 --" -J
Julius D. Mortoi u S iiicn,aa , , .
' Gov. Joel A. Slatlson, Springfield, 111;
Gov. J. Grim ??, Iowa City, Iowa; . .. . -;
15. P. Fifiled, St. : Louis, Mo.; .. , . -f
Ron. Daniel O. XTorton, Toledo, Ohlc . , -.- -;
. P. A. Siiqiy, Eellevue, Nebraska: . r ... ..-.M.l
Sedgewioh A Walker, Chicago, 111; .'. .
Gi-een. Weare & Benton, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
: lOLIYER BENNETT k CO.,
KAXTFACTv RZE3 A THOLESALa JDSALZB3 IS
. . . . Boots Shoes Cl Erognns, , -
XO. S7 ITATS STREET, SA1XT LOUIS, MO.
ARE XO W IX RECEIPT of a eorapleteassortment
cf goolj from thtir cwn and other Eiacufac
torie5,adaptcd especially lo the Wet;;ru trale.
Purchasers are invited to xamiiie their utock,
Uuinufactured and B3lected with gTeat care and
warranted of superior quality. Ordurj will rteive
yroct mi careful sttcstics - -:' - " - . ' '
n.vraiTTEiiosr:. k. a. vteittemot. 4. p.caster
1L & E. B. WIHTTEMORE ; CO.,-
EONNETS AN1 STIIAW GUODS. .
NO'. US MAIN STRUCT, - f"- .
v r (First doer above tho Bank of Mlsf rati.)" '
. .. t-Xjoxxlc3, -37Cash
paid for Furs and Deer Skins. ;
"J KEAL ESTATE AGENCY.
C20BGE CLAYE3. ' ' ' .' ; " J. V. LE2. '
CLAJES; Sc LEE,
Ri3al Estate and General :Agcacy,
-( . . OM An A CITY, X. T. ..
:. . References. . .
James Wright, L'roker,' ' NawYcrk,7
Wm. A. Woodward, Ej. " "
Hon. K. Wood, Ex-Gov. u( Ohio, Cleveland,
V'icks, Otic and Drownell, Cankers, , : ."
'Alcotti liorton, ' ' "
-CJcit.-Robert. Campbell, ,i . St. Louis, ;
James Ridgway, Esq. . .. ' "
Crawforn and JSackett' . Chicago "
Omaha City, Aug. 30, 1856. vln!3-ly ; .
JAMES CARGILL. v GEO. W. CARGILL. .
J. & G. . TV. CARGILL,
FORWARDING' -A7D COMMISSION
AND MANUFACTURER'S-" AGENTS,
Steamboat Landing, St. Joseph, 21o.
CONSIGNMENTS of-Goods and Produce
respectf ally solicited, and all business entrust
ed to us will be promptly and carefully attended to
at the lowest ratc3. s ....
Taylor & Shepherd, St. Louis,
R. L. McGbee & Co ; " ' ; u
Livcrmore, Coolcy & Co.,- -r "
.' Merchants Generally, . . ' S t. Joseph.
II. D. JOIINSON. . P. CASSADT. J. D. TEST.
JOHNSON, CASSADY; Si TEST,
Attorneys and Counsellors at. Law.
And General Land Agents,'
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
WILL promptly "attend to Land- Agencies, In
vesting Money, Locating and selling Land
Warrants, anil all other business pertaining to their
profession, in Western Iowa and Nebraska.
BROWN & CO.,
No. 78, Main Steet, Si. Louis; 31 o.
SPRING STOCK COMPLETE.
The cheapest and most extensive Fpncy
Goods and. Yankee Notions Establish
ment in the Western Country. -
MERCHANTS in search of cheap goods are invi
ted to examine bur stock of silks, dress goods,
shawls, white goods, Embroiderias, ribbons, gloves
and hosiery, trimmings, furnishing goods and small
ware3 gcne.ally, together with 15,000 Parasols
of tho Latest and most fashionable styles, at manu
facturers' prices, 1 . . ' - .
Cah buyers, closei purchasers, and prompt men
will find our stock adapted to their wants in every
particular. A call from the trade is respectfully so
licited. ' - ; - -Tlnl2tf
August T3, 1S55. , -
- JOU COLUOUN & BROTHER,
Sign of tho Tadlock, one door below, tha Post-Office.
. ST. JOSEPII, MO. .:
WHOLESALE AXD KETAIL DBALITE3 TS '
HARD WARE AND OUTLERY.
VRE noT receiving a full and complete assortment
of all kinds of Hardware and Cutlery, to which
they invite the attention cf purchasers. Our stock
having beea purchased on the most advantage
ous terms, we are determined to sell at such prices
as will be satisfactory to buyers. : -
Do not forget to give us a call before you purchase
else where, or you may regret it . --'" :
MAMMOTH STOCK. r '
cs "7xLtoxr Goods.
POWEL, LEVY'S; -CO, '
Arc now-Heceiviiig one of the largest
and Best Selected Stocks of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, ,,
EVER offered in St. Joseph, which they intend
! offering to the Trade at prices which will com
pare favorably with thoso of goods In St. Louis We
solicit buyers to call and examine our stock before
making thi'ir purchases.
Among the articles they ofler for sale arc.
40 bales brown sheeting; 200 pi'es flnnl, all grades
5 bales osnaburg; 250 u satinettes;
10 ebirting, striped; 150 " tw'ds and cas'r?:
5 . " cyliner" bagging; .5-bales sramlcsa. bag;
400 pieces plaid linscy; 10 caws' tfeking; ,
16 cases bl'ched shirting and sh'ting;20 doz shawls:
20 pair three pleet green mackinaw blankets;
20 ?M : scarlet : i - .
40 " blue . -. " " '
8 cases brown and" blenched drilling 100 pair sad
dlo blankets. ' '
- ' '
Wholesale c Retail Depaitmput
n. W. DOSXELL. ' ' , A. 31. SAXTO.
DONNELL & SAXTON. - ,
Arrangement far Fall 'uC, Winter '57.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE. .
st. josepii, Ma ;
New Goods ree'd by eycrj Steamboat.
More of them: Cheaper tSan ever.
WE- are prepared to offer -E.Trra Indnecrwmts
this season, and pall attention to. our large
Stock of- ----- : - i -
IVDIES' DRESS GOODS, (Latett Styles)
' ' READY" MADE CLOTHING,
, . . ..WINTER GOODS, .
Hats, Caps, Coots and Shoes,, (six hundred cases,)
Groceries, Nails, Hardware, Crockery Wape kc.
Cash paid for Hemp, on delivery, at all times.
Furniture 1 and TJpholstry " .
Of Great Varietr. :
At tho Banner Furniture Ware Room3 cf
HENTOxN & TRDIBLE,
O Second Street, JSij?i of the Chair and Bedntcad
THE continued liberal patron.ige of the citizens of
SU Joseph, North Western Missouri, Kansa., Ne
braska and Western Iowa, for all of which wo feel
thankful, ha3 induced us to increase? our f fccilities for
do:.t.g business. Having built last spriag, a very
large Manufactory Establishment cn Francis street,
and havirg employed teome of the very best workmen
in tho Eajtem cities, we are now determined not to
be ou t don t by a ny ot her Fum iture Establishment in
thu Missouri Valley, i quantity, quality, durability,
5tji?s ana prices. uursioc& consists in pnrt of Kose
Wood, V.'t.lnut and M vhogony Bureaus, marble and
solid top3 of every style; extension, centre, card, din
ing and ido table; Rook cases, Wash stands, Work
lames ana raurows, oras, divans, ofomans azul
im. 1. i . . . y
iooisioow, spring scai parlor cnairs, rocking, nurse.
elitibeth chairs cf every variety.. Mahogony, wal
nut, cherry and ma j.'.e bedsteads of every style and
variety. Spring, hair: moss, cotton and shuck raat-
tresjes, together with all th?r articles in our
line, uual!y kept in a Furnitnro Wru-eroom- We
say then to all who imvwant "rood Furniture, either
for hotels, parlors or bei rooms, give us a coll and c.t-
airune our wrk and paces, and we think you will
ies.re your mony hem in place cf sending it to St
iouis ana getting t.n interior articid ; tie game
pr"ee you can jret a rood cue here at.
' Our mctto is the ca.-h system, nhich will enable us
to SDil at smaller proats th;in ours or any .th.;r cstab
lishmp.t Mn do wbem the credit fyftcia is ad r tod
N. R, Tho bighcrt pricoiaid ft-r stawaed 7al-
nutunl cherry tiumber. ,
St. Jcc?b, AujSO, yiuirx- - '
- -T '
PATEKI GRAIN- SEPARATOR
rillir. SUBS CRIB EK is now prepared to fur
X niih Farmers and others with his . : . '
for the present season. It is unnecessary to speak
particularly of the merits of these Machines, as they
are too well .known throughout the country to need
extolling ; but tho fact th:i t they have heretofore and
are continuing to receive the premiums at the State
ana county fairs wncro iney navo seen e.xnibitea is
sufficient to induce all those in want of sach a Ma-
chincrto purchase one of thc?e.
. At a practical tost of this Separator in competition
with the best of those made in England, in 1853, it
received the highest commendations of theprcss, and
of tho leading , frigulturalist3 of that country.
I have a largo number of them on hand, reidy for
Vie comngcrop,t:sado of the best material, and war
ranted to do good work.
, I have made many valuable improvements in these
machines within the last year, and have no hesitation
in warranting them superior to any in use.
I am also preparing a large number of Crawford's
Improved Clover llnllers, - -
patented in 1851, which are greatly superior to his
patent of 1S41, being in itself feeder, and greatly
ar.cnu of it in other respects, lhey will bj manu
faeturc-d under the immediate supervision of the
patentee, who h'-s permanently located in this place.
The above cut represents my four horse " Separa
tor," and is dasigncd especially for the farmcr'aown
Im also acnt for McCormiok's celebrated REAP
ER and MOWING MACHINE, combined.
, J. R. MOFFITT, Piqua, Miami couniy, Ohio.
i' JUST OPEIHCD AT THE HEAD OF BROADWAY,
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
TTHERE may be found a large assortment
II of BOOKS AND STATIONERY, and
everything in their line, consisting in part, as fol
lows: " " ' '- .
; Histories and Biographies, '';.- t
Narratives and Travels,
; ; School Botdc, ' " " . ' ,
Misscellaneous Works, . ' ,
' ' ' Lives of Eminent Persons, -
- -Agricultural Works, ,
" Standard Poetical Works, --
- -TV Religious Works, . " " '. : :
' yong Books, f
Iiiblt-s and Ilymn Book", . ,
Notclj an 1 Light Reading, r
1'ic-torial Works, . ; " ' - . : -
Blank BNks, ' .- r
Paper, Pens and Ink, - '
Cards and Gift Book., .'. "
Toy3 and Fancy Primers,
: - Portfolios and Albums, . . ; . ,-
And a thousand other useful and necessary articles
in uio. iinc 7 . . - .
. Also, ml, black and blue INKS, of our own man
ufacture, Wholesale' and Ret?.il, as cheap- as can be
had in St. Louis, and warranted" of the best quality,
put up in quart, pint and half-pint bottles; aLSo, in
tour and two ounce bottles. ; , - .
Professional men wishing a bill of
Can be supplied here at 20 per cent above pub
lishers prices, we paying all t'osts and obtaining them
at the shortest notice. Our arrangements 'embrace
any STAND AUD BOOKS printed in the Uni
ted States. - : ;
.Call and sie our stock we aro new beginners but
will serve our customers to the best of our abilitv.
Oar prices,' we arc sura will bo satisfactory. -
.CKAIti & SANFORD.
Conncil Bluffs, Iown, June 14, 'i-3 vl n2.
.Richardson's Llisscuri J
Expre s o m p a n y,
Principal Offico-No. 12, K Main St.,
. .; t ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. .
BEG leave to inform the public, that they have
extended their Express Lirc to this place. Hav
ing complied withthc requisition of their Charter,
and being fully organized, are now prepared to trans
General Agency Business.
Tbe success which has attended the original Propri
etor, is a guarantee cf tho satisfaction rendered, and
it will always be the aim and study of the Executive
of tuis Company, to give every possible faculty for
the speedy and safe transmission of .
Money, -Valuable Packages, Parcels,' and
Bundles of Goods, ,'Jerchandize,
and every description of Freight, on reasonable terms,
to all points on the Missouri River and at St Louis,
with other responsible Express Companies, for .New
York, New Orleans. Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago,
Cincinnati, Burlington. Louisville, Rock Island. Mem
phis, Pittsburgh and Buffalo, and to almost every
town and villiage in tho United States, Europe, Aus
tralia aud California.
A .Messenger will bs rut on the new steamer Oma
ha, making weekly trips between here and St. Jo
seph, there connecting with our daiiy line to St Louis
and all points asabovo. In bohalf of the Enterprise,
the patronage of the public is respectfully solicited.
All business entrusted to us, will moot with tho same
energetio and prompt attention which 'baa .a1w.iv..
characterized this Expre-s, and inado it pre-eminent
m t ejicru lixpreM Business.
...... DIRECTORS. : ,
EmvARO Mead. Same McGartvkt.
W. D. W. Be'lINARO. Jo.tv W. Tnm.Kv.
Joseph F. RiriiAiPsos-
B. F. IHhrv, Alton. W. J. Pk;ot. Lexington.
JCSEPII F. RICHARDSON, Pres't.
S. II. Gray, Seo'y. - -
ln2. IIe.vkt Ktlr, General Aircnt.
Merchants, Sportsmen and Manufacturers.
JlORACE B. DI3XICK & CO'S
G1RRAT WESTERN EMPORIUM, for Shot Guns,
Rules, Pistols, Fishing Tackle and Snortine- Ao-
paratut of every variety, is at No. 12, North Alain
street, St. Louis, tho sign of tbe Deer in the Win
dow. . -
We keep constantly oo hand a full assortment of
Hunting, -Target arid Minnie Rifle's,
Together with every variety of Purcussion Caps,
Guns, AVads, and Wadding Paper, Fi.-hipg Tack.'e,
Ac, Ac; in fact, everything connected with the Gun
inula, . - . ,
Two Hundred Breech loadinz Rifles of varinm
1- Ad kinds cf run material and mmin;n
ia the forged, fired and finished t-tate.. -
1 Ica; call and examine for yourselves bcf.-m
make your purchases, as experience is tho enly trie
guide. . - , . . ..
' E3f Onr goods are a-1 warranted by ns.
'August 23, 1850. vlnl2tf -
D. M. JUTCHUOCK. . C. IJKAnDsLEE. KKVJ. juv
D. M. HITCHCOCK i ' CO.,
Bet. Olive lin.t Locust streets. St. Louis. Mo.
"A fAMTFACTURERS of Cooking, Heating, ard
Xtx Parlor Stoves and Grates.
Alo - .Manufacturers of four sizes of,Jcwetts Pat
ent Cary llongh, one anl two hcrse right and left
WE kecp eonsUiutly on baod, P.onr, Corn Meal,
Bacon, Butttr, and every variety of Groceries.
HORLITZELL 4 CO.
ST. JOSEPH LUMBER YARD.
. Oa EilroonJ Street, -rear C.ir-ills Mill, -.
St. Joseph. Missouri.
W.-J..TAYLOK, L,ixored frora iU oIJ
Stand to tha above turned place. - "
THE undersigned is now fully prepared to accom
modate his patron and friends with the best as
sortment of Pine Lumber ever oTcred in thi raar
ko.t, (voaipri.-'ipg not only White Piair Lumber and
White and Yellow Flooring, ready dn escd;- but alj
best assortment of l iu.9 and Cottccwood shin 'les
Poplar Siding, Ac. .- ' . ". - ' . '
He ha3 now on band, at bis Lumbe r Yard, the lar
gest and best assortment of Doors, Su-sh and Veni
tian blinds, ever offered in this market, a portion d
which i direct from Cincinnati manur;u;tories, which
enables him to sell at very repced prices. He is
luity pr?pnrea to lill an ori.-rs m hm hne, at short
notice, am particularly sr.iicitj tao Ivimsas and Xe-brak-i.
trade, fcr he h.u. tho articles they want and
umsfc ujmi. uo sure I'jgive me a ca.l, nar Cir--''.
Dim, ;invi ia uio immtaiaro vicimty tT tha St. Jo
seph Brewery. - - - . .
pvFantha l,.tc.;t styles, ad
ii CDuloss vari.itv.
m Da mm iia
j-ast rnacI at
ot uj Yp. r,.
heae TnlAlnAi ably r.,. ' 1
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a publishers giv-s a-l litiomd valu. , '
urr.pean auairs, inasmuch aj ti Jr "
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original edition-.,. .
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the late J. P. Noktox, Pro-or of J
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ters, 15 dolls: Artist I'roofs, ii dolls.
Nev. 15, 1356. . - - . , -
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(latk or BTOX
ROCK PORT. MO. :
TXFOHMS the public that he is now preprti a !
hiu long and extensive experience, he litters b. it
self he can please all who faor him with their
ronage. Good fits wajranfed in mil tntsai.
; . PARTICULAR ATTE5TK.V
Gien to cutting out garmentu for home mafo;.
Brownville, Aug. 23, 18 ill. . . t1-121j
X. A. WniTBIDCE. m f, M'lrSNtT.
E. A. WIIITRIDGE k CO.
- MAXCFACTTBJJtJ OF
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1L73 Walnut Sh'at, vp Stakt,
. " CINCINNATI, O:
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. Moore Ed Masonic Rev; Tum r A Gray, pub CtU
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