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:A CHANCE 'FOR ILUIE SEEDS.
TTIir ibcriber has a variety of choice Seed?, of
X ' which he hi grows and tested the past season,
end deems them worthy cf f eacral cultivation by all
lovers of good tiing. These Seed he will send
jwt j-aii, by mail, a package of 20 varieties, fcf your
vira selection,) for $1, or a larger cumber in the same
proportion; four varieties for 21 cts., cr ov o variety
lor 8 cent.. Ho lias cf
Watek Keloxs The New Orange, lie Cretin,
Drfidforis, Hales, Pcmaria, and Premium.
CivrrLOPES Chrutiaca, Walert, Morins' test
Green, Extra Nutm-g, Morins best Yellow, Extra
Netted Rind, Minora.
McKec'a Mammoth Muskmelim, Glass Melon.
' CccrvSKRS Early Frame, Long Island, Fire Foot.
Enelieh Gherkins, Fig Tomato, Mammoth, Grape,
nd Cherry Tomato, Cape Gooseberry.
Sqt AESES S wee t Potato, Boston Marrow, Custard,
Woolsdy's Cream, Dennis' Striped, Crook Nock, Ala
bama Golden, While and Yellow Scollop.
Coaw Andrews' Premium, Harris' 43 Days, Wy
andot, Kins Philip, Shoe Teg, Stowell's Evergreen
Sw?ct, Darling's Extra Sweet, Flour, Chocolate,
Sorcbo Dlanee or Doarab Corn, Extra Fop Corn.
Peas Anvaergne, Prince Albert, Hay, Champion
vf England, Japan, Queen of Dwarfs, Prolific Dwarf
Bxavs Mexican Turtle Soup, Wetmore's Golden
Kyed, Canada kidney, Hungarian- Lima, Haricot'
de Soiascns, Three Foot cr Asparagus, Hungarian
Nepaui Barley, French Millet, Hungarian Millet,
Egyptian Wheat, Poland Oats. '
Oainton Potato Pumpkin, Head Lettuce, Sweet
Turnip, Mock Orange, etc., etc.
Send currant bank tills or postage stamps. When
orders cannot be tiled, the money will be promptly
returned free of expense.
Address L. K0RRI3.
March 12lh, '57. Windsor, Ashtabula Co., O.
. . S9-tf
1, OOO jgrozxtci rf exxxt o ci !
rilO Sell by subscription DR. ARNOLD'S Family
A Practice, entitled, Arnold's Lectures on Anatomy,
Physiology, II$Tne and disease iU cause, preven
tion and curt. Written In a familiar style, designed
for the general reader. Highly illustrated with ex
cellent wood cuts, by the best artists in the West.
This is a b-xk gotten up with great care and ex
pense, and is made sosimpleandcemjirehensive, that
every one that reads it can understand it. It con
tains a great variety of the most valuable receipts
for almost every disease that mankind are subject
to, containing over 400 large 12 mo. page?, and bound
ia embossed muslin, gilt back; retail price, $1.50.
A sample copy will be sent to any part of the
United States, on receipt of the retail price, also a
full list of my publications, with terns to Agents, on
. U. M. RULLSON, Queen City Pub. House.
141 Main St., Cincinnati, 0. .
Or, if livirg East,
D. RULISON, Philadelphia, Pa.
r. S. Editors giving this advertisement three or
more insertions, including this notion, and mailing
me copies of papers marked, containing the same,
ahail have a copy mailed to their address, pre-paid.
Marcc12ih, 187. .39-31
THE public are hereby notified, that on or about
the 20th day of February, A. D. 1S55. there
was made and executed by the undersigned Two
Notes, in favor cf S. E. Rogers, one of two hundred
dollars, parable the 1st of March, A. D. 1S57: and
one of one hundred dollars, payable the 15th day of
May, A. V. Ia57. The consideration for which said
Notes were obtained having failed, we shall refuse
'to pay the said Note or any part thereof.
- Jessk Noel.
. . . Hrxsr W. Laxz, By
O. F. Lake, his Agent.
Brownville, March 12th, IS57. 39-tf
'rnHE public are hereby not-fed, that there was
L made and executed en or about the 20th day of
.t ebruary, A. V. Ib55, by the undersigned, Three
Notrs in faror of B. B. Frazier, of two hundred
dollars each, one payable September 1st, A. D. 1856;
.one payable January 1st, A. V. 1sj7; one payable
March 1st, A. D. lSi7. The consideration having
failed, for which the said notes were riven, we shall
refuse further payment on the said Notes, or any
, par iscreox.
Jessk Nort, - ; ; -
' Hexbt W. Lakz. By
. O. F. Lake. Lis Arent.
Brownville, March 12th, 1S57. . 39-tf
Far (he Improvement cf Slreett and aZTcys in 1m
City of Vrovcntille, Jr. T. - v
Section. 1st. Be it Ordained by the City Council of
dollar, valuation of all taxable property, be lericd
for the rerpese of improving the Streets and alleys
in said City.
. See. 2d. Be it further Ordained, that it shall be
"the duty cf the Marshal to proceed and collect the
above Lar. immediatclv after the txniration r.f tbii
t ten days from the passage of this Ordinance, and
pay the m ney into the hands of the City Treasurer,
taking his receipt ther.for.
- "Sec. 3d.' Be it further Ordained, that should any
property holder in said City, fail to comply with the
rquirmer.ts of this Ordinance, then it shall be the
viuty of the Marshal to proceed and enforce the same,
ia accordance with the Law in such case made and
This Ordinance to take erect from and after tea
- davs from the date of its passage.
- Passed, March 3d, 1S57.
' - A-S. HOLLADAY, Mayor.
' B. B. Teoxtsgn, Recorder. ;
D. C. & T. JT. SAXDEnS,
. . - - . . '
AG EST 3 TOR- .
.... ... i
OVERMAN S? MANNS-. . . '
floors: i -rt gtoix, Xll.
AJvKOrXCE to the citiiens cf Nemaha County
that rpon tbs cpecing of Navigation they will
fc In receipt cf a larre supply of almost every assort
xnent usually to I jfocnd in Nurseries. The stock
from which our ecccUons are maie is very large, con
aisting in fzrtcf: - - - -
. rco.i : 0 Jx Trees, from 6 to 9 feet.
2C ?.( i i l)v :i Vcii Trees2 years old.' :
5G,C.':D :.-.ria-i do - from 2 to 4 years.
1C-:,C Ci.crry Trees, 1 to 2 yean old, Dwarf and
rcav,r.u:r, Apri:ctj til Nectarine Trees,inlarge
Lungers. . ..
1 :,C : 3 r.a.'x-bcrrics, esilr;:: every izi cf any
.'. ;; l : . " - :.:.r as well as rarer kinds of ether
i,r.'- , ' IsiC.rt Everreer.s Norway Spruce,
! . v ; rucri s, Cedars, Ela k and W bite
pmx, 1-.: UciockJ, e:c, bxje ceiluaicT
Orr.a?ntal Trees, Ecscs, ELrLlery. Ciln&ers,
Jill'- :-s Root?, ra'Jve cr imjrirted: Dahlias, Car'
raticz.J, rjie, Crrfar.l'icciuiES, Phloxes, all in
preat abu:.-asc-e, and cf tLe eceI Lesuli nl varie-
. VrL!!s wc ctr.C 'cr.t!y claim for our productions in
rz?r&l sa ere I'.-rrce act surpassed cy any ether
Xnrf.-rr. w rrtlcnlsj'y and r phaticaily designate
our si -Ik tf zt Lees, Lota Dwarf and Standard,
ts cr---ralc::el cither in cxtc-t cr quality, ty 'any
n;i'.: - itxk la Aiicr.v.
t ' ;::vs to "reri. : s t'-Ca' U rarcusse, we
v --: l r.;':k thit c-urtrcs r ;r? uA salj etcd to
, - e ecl t dcrir.tr the t.t later, which effec
ts" txur-iie lc;ary to Xursoriea at the Vest,
t- r late hid so drourtt danr- the past
rare-'-r 1 a t. ? r"twth of oar trees Its been
xt-Si.L ' 1 - ;' " J 1- Kd upon, tLcrcfwre, to tc
- r:: D.C.AT.N. SANDERS.
H-MTirT. E. G. rSATT, X. W. FOX,
'"'.Leu. Is. ' bt. LowX
CHILD. rr.ATT ,t CO.,
.. j( rr? t ; 1 1 'it cfac tarcrs Agests
.12 r.r..i i-."
T.. . n
JESSE JOHN. -
suavEYoa a civil ei:o :jeeh,
WILL attend to any busiacss in lis line when
called. I have a lirst iuteccrnpa3S, and having
had 'raanv years cxpcricace, both as teacher and
practL-n! .-iarveyor, cs.il give satisfaction. '
References:" A. L. Coat, Dr. Hoovir, Vm. Hccver,
also, D. Geut,W. libbsoa, sad C. A. Ecwlew, i
v&anah, Mo. Address " : h.
- jesse Jerry, .
t - ' ", Neniata Cily.N.T. :'
March ISth, 1S57. ' . 40-tf
CURRANTS AND RASPBERRIES.
"TTJHITE Grapo Currant Seeds, saved fron our
t specimen plants in 1S55, will be sent pre-paid
in packages worth $l,to all who enclose that amount.
Cuesasts, White Grape, Cherry, and acollti(n
of eighteen other varieties, embracing all the wvol
ties. : ' ; ' ; ' ' I
Kaeteeekies, Belle de' Fentenyj a new Frenth
over-bearing sort, fruit very large, and plant vigor
ous a very distinct variety. ' ' :
Mebveiixb or Foce Seasoxs This i variety
which baa been fully tested, an! was awarded a
premium at the N. V.- Fair a fine display of fni.Lt
exhibited in the month of October it is by far su
perior to any of its class. The fruit is as Urge and
as good as the Red Antwerp, and the Aatunn&l
crop I abundant S3 per dozen.
Mount nope. Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y.
N. B. -Order? from unknown corref roudents canst
be eecompanied by the cash. .
ilarch ISth, 18o7. . - : 40-tf
Lliles on 'Horse Shoeing.
JUST. PUBLISHED, - -." "
A PLAIN,prnetical Treatise on hoesb BnoxiJ:a,
by WM. MILES, anther of ' The Horse's Foot."
In one vol. 16mo. Price 75 cents. Sent ty mail
free of postage. ' ' " ' " r ''
e like to recommend such books, when we soc
so'vilainous bungling at horso shoeing." Ohio Cul
tivator. ' ; : . .' : ' y
"A concise, clear, and practical work, which, should
be studied by every Einith who shoes horses, and by
every farmer who owns a horae. The truth is, there
is not one smith in twenty who tnoc$ kow to shoo n
horse properly, or one farmer in a hundred who
knoW3 uhen a horse is shod as he should bo. The work
will jxryyou if you will study it, and te-fold if you
practico it, or obiio your smith to follow its instrua
tions." lllinoi Farmer. .... . J ,
"No man who owns a horse can afford to ba without
thl-j sort of information."-Albany Ece. Jovrs
HENRY CABEY BAIRD, Publisher. ,
March. 19th, 1857. - ; ' . 4Mf
FLOWER -SEED GROWTH OF 1S5G.
rpHE subscriber will send 20 choice varieties of
L flower seed by mail, postage paid, lor one uouar.
; . .. .. , WARDER 4 GILMORE, : J
Nurserymen and Florists,'
' :. . - ' : . . : Springfield, ObioJ
March 19th. 1357. . 40-tf
1857. MISSOURI EIYEH PACKET. 1S57.
JOSEPH B. HOLLAND -
For Council Blu"s,OmahaCicy,BelIevue,SLlUrj's,
Wyoming City,- Nebraska City, Linden, Brown-
ville, Lowell, Oregon, White Cloud, Iowa Point,
Savannah, St. Joseph, Palermo, Atchison, Weston,
Leavenworth City, Kansas, Independence, Liberty,
. Lexington, &e. ...'.'...
v:rn!!L,N entirely new, swift and elegant
tbasc-. passenger steamer axoxzo cmin, Ci?t.
Joe. Holland, will on the opening of navigation, ran
as a regular packet to the above and intermediate
points, continuing in the Bluffs Trade dariig the
entire boating season. , - '- ' !
. Captain Holland, deeply grateful to his numcrcua
friends along the river for the liberal patronagehith
erto extended to lira while in command of the
Omaha, and other boats, desires to return them his
sincere acknowledgments, and to solicit a continuance
of their confidence and patronage for his new boat,
promising nntircmg exertions to render general sit
The Alonzo Child was built erpressly for the Con
cil Bluffs trade, under the especial tupervisicn of
t..apt. liolland, who begs to assure his friends that
they will end tcr to be admirably adapted to tbo
wants of the river,being of great strength, lightnsss
of draught, beauty of model, etc., with cabin arrange
ments and accommodations not surpassed by those
of any boat .in the riTer, combining . all tho latent
and most -modern improvements that could add to
the safety, comfort and pleasure of passengers.
Nothing will be found wanting in any of her -appointments
which belong to those cf a first class
March 19th, '57. ' -40-tf
185.7. MISSOURI pjveu'.paceet.-1857.
JOHN S. SHAW.-,..1-
New Missouri Hirer, Kansas and Nebraska Packet
forlS57.: ; :; :; -. .
w JrfrWB .THE entirely new, swift and net ur-
L.'-waw . passed passenger steamer, twiught,
Capt. John S. Shaw, will on the opening of naviga
tion run as a regular packet to the above and all in
termediate points. The Twilight wasbuUt expressly
for the Missouri river trade, undr the especial super
vision of Capt. Shaw, who begs to assure his frisnds
tnat they will find her to be admirably adapl to
the wants of the river, being cf great strength and
lightness of draught, with cabin. arrangements and
accommodations unsurpassed, ccmbining " ail ' the
latest and most modern improvements that could aid
to the safety, comfort and pleasure of passenger.
KoiuiDg wiu oe iouna warning in any oi ner appcuni
ment3 which belong to a first class passenger steamer,
Jiarca istn, '57, a -x
1857. UNION PACKET LINE. ,1857.
Lucas, Meteor, & Silver Heels.
E. n; SILVER-... .'. .. .. .. .. ..faster J. H. Lucas
T.E.DRAFFIN .. .... Master ldcieor;
For St. Joseph, Brownville, Nebraska City,' On. aha
uity ani uiua .city. .-.
Silver Heels wiil leave for the above and all ir ter
mediate points every Tuesday evening, at 4 o'clock,
throughout the season. The new and splendid pas
senger steamer Wetor, and the well known, fast and
splendid passenger steamer, Jas. II. Lucas, connect
ing with the fine and fast packet Silver II eels at. St.
Joseph, forming the only sure and quick passage
from St. Louis to the above name! places. - i- - -.
From the known speed, capacity and comfort of the
boats composing this line, the traveling public may
rest assured that nothing will bo wanting on the part
oi ineir oiascrs aaa crew i-o renaer meir uip lxtn
pleasant and agreeable. : --. .
March 19th, '57. . . 40-tf
1857. MISSOURI ; RrVER PACKET. 1857.
CilAS. R. BAKER.. ........... Master,
W. IL ScrnoEii" Cerk
For Florence, Omaha City, Council Bluffs, Bellevue,
St. Mary's, Wyomi ng City, Nebraska City, Linden,
Brownville, Lowell,Uregn, Iowa Point, Savannah,
fct. Joseph, raltrzno, Atchisn, Weston, lieaven
.worth City, Kais, Independence, Liberty, Lex
ington, &c. , . . . 1 4 . ,
TI2E entirely tew, swift and ele
gant passengers stcamor illN-KS a A
HX, Capt. Chas. R. Baker, W. II. SccEDEE, Clerk,
will, on the opening cf navigation, run as a regular
packet io tne aocva named Jind all intennwiiatfe
points, continuing in the Bluffs trade duricj the
entiro boating season. ; ' I:
Capt. Baker, thaakfal to the public for its very
genertus rapport bittowed open the AdmirsJt'fhile
under his command, hereby begs leave to tender bis
acknowledgements and solicit for his new bout a con
tinuance of it3 ctfjde"uce. and patronage, pledging
untiring exe..tiohs of .laaiself.apd officers to,;jire
full satisfaction to those with whose btiiices! he. inny
be honored. The Min-ne-ba-la was built cxpnsly
for the Council Bloffs trade, imdtr the swial fiipcr
viiica tf Captain Baktr,wbo'lai ?i r red lit- titU
or expense to m.i'ie her, an A Nj. I Missouri "jliver
St'ea.aier,"and begs to asare lit fiieud3'th&tivihey
will find Ler tote ia all resj ecss," most iidmirally
alip'.ed 'io the wants cf the -river, being of jjreat
strength, li-atnesjoi draught, eEiacisl node! and
such application cf machinery, s xnavt'tuko her
cas cf tLeKi;tone, with cabin arracemrnts and
acccru3S.uAtioiis cf a very suporwr cra;r,3Di not x
celled bv those o:T tny boat in the river, cmli
all theE?rr-t modm improveiacats that saf-ilv, com
fort, or j'.exarcoi.ld suggest, in short, 'in all her
c; p'! ntnerts, ncthirg will be wnnting bclcngug to
tli e of a first c i J J passerjer et jarac r. . t ,
j.. J.. U It ti, I
TOXICA is fceuby '-ivfn, Ci.t bereafter w re3
IS GovijfrCAJHTlT.r.r.rcsoxiT. "
- ::cALLIi!Ti:2, DCZIT2 CO;
Erew2vill?,Mx-:hl2th,'i7.- . .. 'Sl-lf
" fZP h, THE St. Louis, St. Joseph, Brown tille,
t- Nebraska, Omaha and Bluff City Lirht-
fi n-.-t:-jutraieadn.r-.:;!.T r
CIIHTE2I3 GUGAIL CAim.
The subscribers tako great pleastirc -ia iforcil.ng
the Planters, F'anccrs and Cardner?, tl.: t they
have Secured from the most reliablo sources a"li ncit
ed supply of FrehSe;d of this very valuable pUnt,
the properLes of which may bo bnc-y fcummeci up
as fcllowij; ,
1st. Olo acre of the stalks, rrji-criy cultivatod.
will yield from 230 to 500 galloiis of fine Syrup,
equal to the best New Orleans! aad froia U9 tduie
roots, tecund crop of excellent loaaer.
2d. Sown broadcast or ia close drills, on land
deeply plowed or highly man ared,it rill yield thirty
to fifty thousand pounds of superior fodder to the
3d. It surpasses all therplanta for soiling f feod-
irg green,) and fodder, on account of the great
amount of sugary juice which it contains: and is
greedily eaten by stock of all kinds. 1 r " ' 5 ' -f
i 4tn. is near repeated. cuuings, iiKe x-gjpua.B
Millo gTowing off freely and rapidly, after each cutting.-
5th. It stands drouth ranch better than common
corn, retaining its green color andjuiciness even after
the seed matures. ,: s
6 th. The seed is excellent for human food, when
ground into meal, and fattens domestic animals very
spcedil. r From twenty-five to seventy-five bushels
can be raised on an ac:re.
- The seed, which has been very carefully kept pure,
from tho original impo rtation, will be offered in cloth
packages, each contairung enough to plant about one
fifth of an acre in drills 4 feet by 18 inches, with full
direction for tho cultivation, which ia perfectly
simnle. ,,.. ...: -
These packages wni be forwarded by mail,ree of
Pottage, to any address, on receipt of $1 for each
package, vvnen not sent oy mail, we wiu turnisn
a proportionate quantity by express at . purchaser's
expense. - .
' : Early orders are solicited, as the supply of good
and reliable seed is quite limited. Applicants' names
will be entered in the order in which they are receiv
ed, and the seed will be mailed a soon as possible.
A pamphlet will be sent, postage free, to all who
purchase seed; or to Jiy person -who -will enclose a
three cent stamp.
. Dealers in seeds and country merchants can be
supplied at a liberal discount from retail rates, if
their orders aro received immediately.
' Address with a plain direction for mailing or ship
ping, i. ."
We will also be prepared to furnish a simple and
efficient mill to expre: the juico from the cane, and
cauldron Ac, for boiling the same. -
Many testimonials in addition ' can be given to
prove it3 odaptednoss to the North western and
Western etates. . . .. r. . .
: AT OUR WAREHOUSE
'' Will alto he found at aU timet - x
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK
; ' ; Of all kinds of ''
Fann 'Implemchts 1
AND IVIACHIKERY, 1
' With a full Stock pf . '
. Field and Garden- 2ecds, ;
Of the Most Reliable and genuine kinds. -'
JSTTull Catalogues sent on application. .
- - " - HENBY D. EMERY & CO., ''
I , -:.-.'- -; f - .'.
204 Lake Street, Chicago, 111.
.March 5th, 1857. J" ; . . : - 33-tf
lW- EEMY, .
Across The Skuto ,
r At the Mead of thd Island '
r . ABOVE BROWNyiLLE, T: '
To TV. S; Hall & Co.'a Saw Mill.
THE undersigned announces to the Public that be
has purchased the Ferry privilege granted Jack
son Peters, at the last Session of the Legislature,
and is now prepared with a new and substantial boat,
at all times to accommodate the public. Charges
usual rates. - -
-- : -f -V SAMUEL. McBKTDE.
March 5th, 1857. - 38-3m
i J. B. JENNINGS, ; -
-j . -
AND EtlXEB I! r
' Corner Second and Frances Sts.
; " ST. JOSEPH, MO.,'.. - .
HAS on band, and to arrive, the following arti
cles, which will be sold to the trade on accom
modating terms, EXCLUSIVELY 'AT WHOLE
SALE: ... ,
150,000 Cigars all qnall-100 bxs E D and W R
. ties - . ; chees . '
4C00 sacks G A Salt "156 boxesstarch
SCO Hhds N O Sugar ; - 200 bbbi and hf bbls water
500 sks Rio Coffee and but'r crackers
100 O G Java Coffee 200 bbls and hf bbls pilot
100 . . Laguayra ' , bread and pic nic do
100-Mocha- .200 bbls soda milk sugared
Zbv bOia, nair bbls anaiuu eg; and wine do
kgs Belcher's Molasses: 100 bbls apple, vinegar
00 bbls, half bbls ivnd qr300 bra Tobacco all grades
N N refined do 200 bxs smoking tobacco,
150 half chests tea, all various brands
fcint . 1 fill bunp.hp nin nlpm
250 bbls' Belcher's Sugar 50 bbls II S Sicily and
150 bbls, bal's, qrs, nos 1 Joca Almonds
2 and 3 Mackerel 50 bbls filberts, brazil
200 bxs dried herrin ?s ' r ntits, pecans . ,
2D. hf bbs White Fish 100 kgs S C Soda
: 5 drms dry Cod Fish 500 kegs assorted nails
200 bxs ass'd candy . 500 bxs half and or star
. A i .'V .T,
iuu ionry - - carnues -
SCO drums gs ' - f150 do sterine do
100 bxf hl'r. and qra Rais-200 do bar soap
ins - ', .. ; 50 do' rock candy. ;
50 bxs Prunes ' , .
Pf.Hft firrwi n.ii Kf f ? nrw w!V
cotton and hemp twine, wheat and meal sacks, axes,
. 1 J S 1 1 1
spaaes ana suuvtu, garura tttas ua ELraw nitcs,H g
hemp, manilla, into and cotton cordage, indigo and
maU43r, mum, nuiko niuuvn kku( n iuuu n
1oi:u tumKlni1 inn nf difTerent Riiea. flasks s.ortrrl
sizes, siissafras bark, pie fruits, fresh peaches, brandy
CUeiTltS man n:iKU';2 cuiicui ooiu i"K('usu jvmcs.
fresh tomatoes, canton ginger, preserves, nut meg,
na.cifi't TxPMmaiiL tonmta- nd walnut caLsur..
lemon aj'rup, lobsters, sardines, extract and esjence
ot coaee, chocolate,. -pieties, maicnes, cic.
- insT,?. tnli."ioti!mnn nnila. cedarrails. Ti B
pails, pine and eedair churns, brass bonnd churr?,tar
backets, well buckets, cedar cars, mop sticks, butter
. . a - t at -
prints. buckeye ooeisin nesis; iron oouna scg?, cne
t nn iUm f n .n tPTi niV.oTiq. the ma!ler?:ia with
bales, common ani l B half bushels and measures,
cmp skhjij nc. . .... . ....
1 uaa alsoajrent fot the sale of K A salt, and have
now on band a;Gi-j Ilia M sale at eosi ana irar fpor
t.ifi.xii T have th rxclnsive sale bv direct consign
menttf five hundred dczoa Field's celebrated oysters,
acknowledged to bu the lest put up in Baltimore.
To California and Salt Eake Ernisrrants.
Tocr especial attention is invited to my extensive
stock, which embraces everything suited to your
wants in crossing the plains. I will at all times keep
cn band Soar, meal, bacon, Liri,bard bread and
crackers, all of wh ea will be sel l at the lowest cash
3S17 . . .: .... J. B. JINNDTCS.
! r ; g. w. hurk.
L-.4 U i I ucu.il i : tvit.tb..)
' 1TEHAIIA CITY, IT. T. .. " "r
WILL attecd prorrjtly to ti". Issfrs ia 's tto-
fe&!oa heo call I c a sue a as i;.l i;virg
Clal::?, lsrir ett Tcra I. ' t: .". : : City V' .u
J2 dJLI-Il-L w u--w j
WHCLSSAJLE AKI ESTAH.,".
- ; BY ;
SCAERITT ' MASON.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
WE take pleasure in saying to our friends and
the public in general, that cur stock of Fine,
Maiirtm. and Common Fnmiuure, aa well as Mat-
tressos and Bedding, was never mere complete and
deserving the attention of 'purchasers,: either at
wholesale or retail in fall suits or single articles
than at present.
We shall spare no effort to keep the most complete
assortment in onr line, in the We3t. , Our Goods are
male here, as well : as East, by the best workmen,
and thus eombine the greatest variety and latest
styles, with the cheapest and most substantial. -
Dealers, as well as all other purchasers, are in
vited to call and look through our Mammoth . Ware
Orders also, from all partioa having furniture to
buy for themselves or others, especially solicited,
with the assurance of our best endeavors to merit a
continuance of the liberal confidence and patronage
we have so long received. " ' -
. . SCARRITT A MASON. .
' Washington Ave. between 2nd and 3d St3.
March 19th, '57. . : . , ' - : 40-3m
- It :,W, FTJRIXAS, .
. LAND AND tOT AGENT
i AND AGENT FOR
BROWNVILLE. ,T. i : : '
GEO. S. ;EAYRE & CO.,
Ay :nA's. t AND ; i ' ; -..;v.
1. GENERAL LAN!) : AGENTS,
t " . ... jr. . -j - i v ......... J
Mills co, Iowa, . .
PL ATTS MO UT II,
-. uass co, JNebraska.
WILL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Inves
titrating Titles. Pavino- Titm InW.v.
cy, Buying and Selling Town Lots, Buying: Selling
auiu uwubuig ijauu uirn.Hi, a.nu an oiner business
connected with their profession in Western Iowa and
V..1 1. .
J. M. DE WS, Associate Attorney.
REFERENCES : ' .
Greene, Weare k Benton, ".
Council Bluffs,; Iowa.
G. Dourhtv & Co-
Greene, Weare & Pico,
Greene & Weare, v .
' Cedar Rapids,
. Cincinnati, Ohio.
; Glenwood, Iowa,
" u u
'- Vinoentown, N. J.
. Hightstown, M -Philadelphia,
Medford, N. J.
is ixon & Goodman,
Tootle & Greene. v ;
N.i W. Thomas.
Schoolv & Son .
Gen. Wm. Irick,
Reed & Son. : -
Robinson & Hro !
Burlinston Co. Bank.'
.Herring's Patent Champion
ITriTII Hall's Patent Pow1
v T same that were awoxded separate Medals at
iu HOTiajrur iioncion, 130 1, and the i orld s Fair,
New York, 1853; and aro the only American Safes
that were awardrd medalaat the London World's
These Safes arenowadmitfpd in ha
ever Offered to tho Tiublic : ftnd the snhsfrihira rhnl
len?A thft WnrM tA Tirnlln nn inaimnn rf
S;U"es failing to preserve .their contents through the
unebi nroa, or a inrgiar picltmg the lock.
. The subscribers and their agents are the only per
sons authorized to 'make find baII fTarri
Champion Safe, with. Hall's Patent Powder Proof
-: - -.r S. C. HERRING & CO.
, Green Block, 135, 137 and 139 Water St., .
and 5Mtrrray StNewTork.
March 5th, 1857. ; .- . 3S-6m
Jewelry, Plated Ware, Catlery, Spoons, Ac, ic.
Nebraska City, N. T.
. tEKGBAViKa and Repaibixg done on short
notice, and all tobx wAiaANTKD, - ?
CHAELES G.; D OESEY;
GENERAL L.iND AGENT.
First Street, opposit3 J AdTertiser" office.)
, BROWNVILLE, K T.
Respectfully solicits the patronage of the public in
- . , , Buying and Selling -
CLAIMS, TOWN PROPERTY,
And Filing Declaration of Intention to
' A bla.ima.nts of lands are ndriKArf tn fil immpili
ntfilv. if thev have not alreadv dona so. nsthft nrnvi
7 j - x -
sinns of the nre-cmnticnlaw in that rfistoptarer.lain
and aot to be avoided, and it is impossible to perfect
a fre-emption lugnt wnnout filing. -
Brownville, Jan. 15, 18 vl-n31tf "
Large Frame Building Cor. Slain & Rock Sts.
hock pout, mo.;,,
Whosesale and Retail Dealers in
t-. 'And Groceries,
Hardware, Queensware, Drugs, IIal3, Caps,
. --Boot Shoes, Ijnware, Stoves, '
v-v , ' , Furniture, Iron, Nails, Plows, -.
' ; . and Farming Utensils. .. . :
WILL have, on tbe-opening of navigation, a
larje and varied nceession to their present
Stock, which, will be jold-Low for Cash. . .
' February 12tb, 1857. ... 35-tf
EXFEBIENCE ZSTABROOX. J. D, N. THOMPSON.
ESTABROOIX & THOLIFSOIT,
Will practice jointly in all business entrusted te
them that will require" attention at the " " . " ' .
X mnacl. OiHoc. .
Address: E. Estabrook, Omaha City, N. T.
J. D. N. Thompson, Brownville, N. T.
r 1047 ACRES OF LAND AT
L:: PTOiJC:AUCTioir. . -
TWILL sell to.tbe" highest .bidder ca - Saturday,
' March 28th, 1S57, at ray residence, Bitch's Ferry,
Atchison Co.,Io., 1847 Actetf 'land; Consisting
of three tracts, the .1st tract is 215 acrca of good
heavy timber, and belongs to'tbo estate of F. G.
.Uush,"deccaeed tho2d"ar,d31ore farms'of my own
and embrace 415 acres ech both well watered well
.imbeml and well improve!. - One of them has 80
stores in a high Btate of cultivation and 2P0 acres in
-pastare,- dwelling hoa.a and other suitable out
aon?cs; the other has 12 i in. cultivation and 100 acres
in pasture covered with Line Grass, all linder good
fence; dwelling house, ica- house, stables, eribs and
other suitable out houses, " ' '
All of the above Lands lay near th Missouri
River and within 2 miles of the proposed St. Joseph
and. Bluff .City Railroad, are lands cot surpassed in
the State for agricultural and stock raising purposes,
Ir.y in square bodies and combines the. celebrated
Jenlin't Bend, the best body of timber ia the Coun
ty Terms, one third cash, one thirl in ore year and
pse in two yews. .Title perfect. For information
: , Address. . , . . ANDREW TRI3RLE.. , .
'"" " Rack Port, or Lowell, Mo. .
Feb-lSth,lS57. - i : -ri
St. Joseph. Gaiette ploase ecy rst3 weeks la
March, and send bill to Advertiser.'
ANTED, anifor which we allow the V zt
St. Jos2pli tnd Council Blafli Wcsklj
"SILVER HEELS ,
' . Tn s. THE new "and fast running passergor
stearoer "SILVER LIIELrf," havir.;
been built expressly-r. r tno traac, wi.i npon io
opening of navigation, make regular weekly tri- ?,
between St. Joseph ac-t Council Bluffs connectir -with
the first ft. Louis Packets at St. Joseph.
Ti e "Silver lleels," will extend her trips to Siu.X
City, and intermediate points, onco a month.
I TRAILING to see several persons before I left, who
bad made bills at my auction, their accounts
have been left with R. W. Furnas, who advanced the
amounts.,' - . " JGiLS McPHSRSON. ,
Brownville, Kov. 23, 1858.
Myriads of - Madura Plants. 1,000
'Li ' :'JSosli8ls Madura Seed. : '
FRUIT ; AND ORNAMENTAL TRESS.
- . : 0 VERMAN MANN, -
'x ' : Bloomingtoa, 111., ' ! -
BEO loavo to announce that they have for a
serjes of years, been engaged in the culture of
hedges and. hedge plants, and having been greatly
encouraged by the success of the Ms-elura Hedge,
and stimulated by the immensely increasing demand
for the material, they have sown, the present season
on good, new land, about 150 bushels of excellent
seed the produce 'of which is estimated at fifteen
miUiont plants . which they offer lor the Spring
trade, It would kave required more tha n that amount
to supply the demand the past Spring. The terms
for plants will be reaonaW,and to dealers and oth
ers ordering plants by wholesale, great, inducements
will be offered. . It is very important that orders
should be sent in ea?.i.t, as they will be registered
and filled in the order in which they aro recoivei,
For the last three years they have buen unable to
supply the demand, and ft is probaDls that late or
ders cannot bo filled the next Spring, lis tho demand
is expected to be four times greater than heretofore,
Plants will be securely packed and delivered on
board the cars free of expense, except for cost of ma
terial.' -v . -,
They are also extensively engaged in importing
hedge seed, which they sell on the best terms, and
alwavs warrant fresh and good; orders fir which
should br sent in prior to the 15th of October next.
They will be prepared to sprout seed for such as de
sire it. -i-- , - ' . ' r'
Having, sovcral extensive nurseries, they offer, at
wholesale and retail, a large stock of thrifty Fruit
and Ornamental Trees, Vines,' Roses, Shrubbery, Ac,
at tho following points, to wit: Bloomington, III.;
Mound Nursery, Canton, 111, Henry, Elm wood, and
Havana, 111. AU Fruit Trees warranted to be of the
best varieties and true to name. All information
cheerfully given, and catalogue and premium essay
on Hedgeing sent to all applicants. - Address.
OVERMAN & MANN. -.
Feb. 5, 1S57. . Bloomington, Illinois.
Coltnnbii3 Nurssry. .;
; For Central Ohio and all around!
OUR Stock of Fruit Trees, Ac, for sale the pres
ent Fall and next Spring, is very large and fine,
including all the most approved varieties of Apples,
Pears, Peaches, Cherries, Apricots, Nectarines Plums
Quinces, Grapes, Currants, Goosbcrrics, Raspberries,
Strawberries, etc. Especial care has been taken to
procure and propagate mostly such varieties of each
class as are found best suited to the soil and climate
of the West and South, where most of the winter
fruits, especially of the Eastern States, are of no
value. v '
Our stock of Peach Trees is remarkably fine,
and the price so low that all those who lost their
trees the past winter, should now replace them. Of
Cherry; Trees also we have a fine supply, mostly
grown on Jfahaleb stocls, which secures greater har
diness to the tree, and if trained rather low, so as
to cause the tops to shade the stem from the hot
sun, it is beleired no difficulty will be found in grow
ing fine cherries in the South and West. Of Pears
we have a splendid lot, especially on dwarf trees, on
strong Angers Quince stocks, the best for speedy and
Catalogues, with prices, etc., will be sent to all
applicants. , Nurserymen and Dealers in-Fruit Trees
are invited to call and examine our stock of Peaches
Pears and Cherries, especially; before sending East,
as we believo they can save expense as well as risk
by purchasing of us. Wholesale Catalogues now
ready. M. B. BATEHAM & CO.
February 5, 1857. .'
S. LOCKWOOD. : , 1857. R. R- POXEROY.
LOCKWOOB $ POMEROY,
' ' Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HATS & CAPS,
Also, Shippers of American Furs of
; ; every description; for "which they
pay the highest Market price,
"tOTJNTRY Merchants are invited to examine our
J stock of Hats A Caps for the approaching Spring
and Summer trade, which will be large, fashionable,
and well selected. In point of variety our stock shall
not be excelled by any House in St. Louis.
Our prices will be low, terms accommodating.
. Call and see us at our New Store. Second St.
St. Joseph, Mo. - - 32-6m.
- PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
French and American Window Glass & Glassware
... . Spices, Indigo, Madder, Perfumeries, die.
. ' CHARLESS, BLOW & CO.,
IMPORTERS A WHOLESALE BEALER3.
No. 63 and 87 Main street, St. Louis, Mo.
Are now in receipt of their new Stock, embracing
everything in their line.
- "Merchants visiting our City are requested to
give us. a call, as we are determined tn sell for Cash
or Prompt Time Paper, as low as any House in the
United States. i . -
IIUKRAII FOR YOUNG AMERICA I !
UNBER TEE SUN!! !
THE ondcrsigned would respectfully inform' the
citizens of Brownville and surrounding country,
tb-t we have opened one of the cheapest and largest
stock of , ' - : :
Heady . Made Clothing .
in Nebraska Territory! We therefore respectfully
solicit a call and examine our stock before purchasing
elsewhere, as we are determined to undersell any
Clothing Establishment in the Territory. ' We have
now on hand a large assortment of Ready Made
Clothing; also, Shirt, Collars. Cravat, Handker
chiefs, Socks, Comforts, Undershirts, Drawers, etc.
all cf the best quality and latest style.
Please examine our stock and see for yourrclf.
. . SIEGELfc GREENEjJAUM. '
Store On the Levee near the Hotel.
'. Brownville, December,' 25tb, 1S56. vln27-tf
H. T. BE3"ETTri J. 8. MORTON,' B.H. UiSDI.NO
BENNETT, MORTON & HARDING.
Attorneys at .Law,
Nebraska City, N. T., and Glenwood, Ia.
WILL practice in all the Courts of Nebraska and
Western Iowa. Particular attention raid tn
obtaining, locating Land Warrants, and collection of
aeou. ' . - '
- REFERENCE: .'- '
. Hon. Lewis Cass, Detroit.
' 4uUuh D. Mort, ' . f a,SB " ..
uor. Joel A. MAttes-jn, Springfield, EI; - '
Gov. J. W. Grimes, Iowa City, Iowa;
B. P. Fitted, St. Louis,Mo.;
Hon. Daniel O. Morton, Toledo, Ohio;
P. A. Sarpy, Bellevue, Nebraska: . ,
SedgewStb & Walker, Chicago, III;
Green, Weare A Benton, Council lilaff,Iowa. -
,', OLIVEH BENNETT k CO.,
V AX T ACTCBSES AXD W COLES ALE CEALZRS TSt
- Boots Shoes Cl Ere 'tans,
XO. ZTrJTAIX STREET, SALSTL0UI3, 2IO.
ARE NOW IN RECEIPT of a complete assortment
, of goodi from their own and other manafac
tories,aiapted especiaJly the Western trade.
Purchaser are invited to examine their f tock,
manufaiturei and selected with great care and
warranted of superior quality. Orders will rescive
prompt and ca.rcf al attenti in.
Boots and Gliccs. :
AN nrr ?uallj lare gtocr of Cne and eoane Roots
tnd L ioe3 both Ger.tleraea and Ldi' can
te nea. tzl rarchwei kr, at ' ....
LOELIIZSLL A C03.
33CN P. CA3AUT, ) 3fAET!: TT. T.ltZ, 1
. TEST, V V. WFIT3,
r.cil Blurs, Iowa. ) Nebraska City NT )
CASSADY, TEST, KIDEN & CO.,
-, (Sasct;ors to Lilsa 6 White.)
NEBRASKA CITY, N. T. : ;
HATING made arrancer;t3 by whi.h wa will
receive accurate copies cf all tho Townships
embraced in the Eastern portio i of Nebra,;'-., wo
ars now prepared to rcr oar services to t'e
"SQUATTERS OF THE TEERITTORT;
Jn Pilirj? Declaratory Statements of
Intention to Pre-empt. Securing
Pre-emptions, Locating Land
- ENTERING LAND.
LAND "WARRANT BOUDELT & SOLD.
j Lanl Entered on Tine, Scc.,
Particular attention paid to Buying and Selling
Property on commission: Also, to making Collections
and forwarding remittances to any part of the Union.
' JJlanks cf all kinds tilway3 on hand,
' : REFERENCES."
- Hon. A. A. Eradfari, ' Nebraska City.
Messrs. Do'.maa ik West, . St. Joseph, Mo.,
. . Peter A. Keller, Washington City
Thomas Lumpkin, " "
June 23, 1853. vl-n4
' B. BIiOY7IT, "
IL AEB AGIBH1T,
BROWNVILLE, N T. '
WILL prcmptly attend to Buying and Selling
land. Collecting and Investing money, Locating
and selling Land Warrants, and fling Declarations
of intention to Pre-empt; and all other matters per
taining to the business of a Land Aent. . .
Short Settlement Make Long Friends.
THE subscribers request all that are indebted to
them, by note or account, to make payment by
the 15th of February next, As one of the firm will
start East at that timo for a new and full stock of
goods, and CASH will be warned to pay for them.
We return our thanks to ,our friends for their
patronage to this time, and promise to merit a con
tinuance ot the same hereafter. - "
' ; WM. IIOBLITZELL St CO.
Brownville, Jan. Sih, 18o7.
AGENTS WANTED to retail articles Sales im
menseprofits" largo only $5 required. Ad
dress, with stamps, . ': J. L. H., Harmony, R I.
JOEL I.1.T700D, I.I D.,
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Nemaha
county, that having permanently located imme
diately South of Brownville, and having had consid
erable experience in the treatment of the diseases
incident to the West, he att;rs himself that h It
prepared to treat the same on purely
And in connection with Dr. BrcxnAM of Missouri.
Brownville, Jan 1, 1857. vln23tf .
, ..'lEagle'-'Eiills. .
'',. -J . ST. JOSEPH, MO. -JAMES
MANUFACTURES and keeps constantly
on hand for sale, all kinds of Flour, Jleal,
and Feed staffs. Orders solicited and nromntlv filled
on mo3t favorable terms. - Cash raid conetantlv for
i v neat., ,r or character of 1 lour refer to everybody
iaai ever usca it. - - . .
! St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 30", 1858. vln!3-ly
FKESIfl' ARRiVAIi ! !
-. ' OF
W. HOBLITZELL & CO.
- BROWNVILLE. N. T.
HAYE THIS DAY RECEIVED, per steamers
A. C. Goddin and Wm. Campbell, and now
opening, the most extensive stock of Goods ever of
fered in this market. After the experience they
nave in eDrsLSka, tney natter themselves that they
i t . t . . .
b.uuw wuat suns ino people, ana nave purcnaseu sucli
a stock of Goods as cannot fail to plcasn. We will
not pretend to enumerate, bat say come and see; and
you will not fail to bo suited.-
; Oct. 15, 1853.-ly . - . ;
WAT-'KOSSELL-,:: . f
ivr a, Tt: : ; z l,
. BROWN VILLEt N. T.
RESPECTFULLY informs tbe public
i ; a teat ne is prepared to serve them with any
thing in bis line, at short notice, and with a
style and quality of work he feels confident will
please. To bis old friend and customers he deems
it unnecessary to say a word, to others he sayj ordr
December 13, 1853. vln25-Jv
Attention Lot Holders ! !
HI GEL Y IMP OR TANTJH
LL persons who own Lota in the City of Brown
ville, are here by notified, that I am now nra-
prepared to executo WARRANTY DEEDS for the
same, and, unless Deeds aro obtained lefore the ex
piration of six M0XTH3 from date, said City Lots
will be sold to the highest bidder, and the proceeds
thereof disposed of according to Law.
A. S. HOLLADAY. Mayor.
City of Brownville, N. T, Feb. 26th, '57. 37-tf
WE keep constantly on hand, Flocr, Corn Meal,
Bacon, Butter, and every variety of Groceries.
. HOBLITZELL & CO.
NEBRASKA CITY HOTEL.
- . NEBRASKA CITY, N. T. .
BARNES Sc JJAHNinr, Proprietors.
THIS commodious - Hotel, situated upon
Main Street, Nebraska City, will be found a do
sirable resort for travellers. Stages leave this house
for all parts of the Territory. , '
Merchants, Sportsmen and Manufacturers.
" HORACE E. DOIICIC & CO'S
GREAT WESTERN EMPORIUM, for Shot Guns,
Rifles, Pistols, FUhing Tackle and Sporting Ap
paratus of every variety, u at No. 12, North iraia
treet, St. Louis, the sirs of tm Df U v..
We keep constantly on liand a fall assortment of
Hunting, Target and Minnie Rifles,
Together with every variety of Purca3ion" Caps
Guns, Wada, and Wadding Paper, Fi.,bicg Tackle
Ac- o-J iu fact, everything connected with the Gun
Trade. J .
Two Hundred Breech loading Rifles of various
patents. . .. , . .
N. B. All kinds of g-nu material and mountin
in the forged, filed and ftihed state. c"
. T lease call and examine for yourselves before -yon
make Your nurchasesu cxrerirw ; v.. i .
lj Our good s are all warranted by us.
August 23,1356. vLnlZtf.
ST. JOSEPH LUMBER 'YARD.
Qa Edmond Street, rear Cargill's Mill, 1
St. Joeph, . Jlijinouri.
W. J. TAYLOR, Removed from the old
Stand to tho above named place.
THE undersigned is now fully prepared to accom
modate hi patron3 and friends with the best as
sortment of Pine Lumbtr ever offered io. this mar
ket, comprising not only White Pine Lumber and
White and Yellow Flooring, ready dressed; but also
best assortment of Pine and Cottonwood shinies,
Poplar Siding, 4c. ,
He has now on hand, at bis Lumber YnrJ, the lar
gest and be? t assortment of Door?, Sath ani Veni
tian blinds, ever o-ert d ia this market, a portion tf
which is direct from Cincinnati manufactories, which
enables him to sell at very reduced prices, lie ij
fully prepared to U all orders in hi line, at short
notice, and particularly solicits the Kansas and Ne
braska tmds, for he has the articles they nant an!
J Mill, ar 1 ia the unae4ut vkiaity cf the Stt Jo-
seph tr jwery.
SlVE every possible ficilit, fir tt. U
f4.-jedy transmission of .
.-oney. nniaraie Prackn3et
j n:id .'lerchan.tij,
Of t -y description, on reasonabto tcrais
I s: Cr FICE3 New York, Bufl t
nati, Toledo, Chicago, Davton. Ib.;...... c'ci-
tho so. :iller t orns on Railroads ia thi F. 11,4 3
dlo and We :ern States, conaectin m V' 4.
i.j?:iarJ "-a s Missouri Riycr Exnrcsi n
- . JOHN - AY. . TOOLE Y.
(Successor to NOONAN, T00LIY A C,
ZZ ZTiin st, CU Stand, EL -Louis t
TMrOIiTER,Wfcck3aIeand RotaUDW ?t?:
1 Glx's and Qit-caaware, Yellow UA tiS-?i
Ware, Chandeliers, Lamps, Lantern. liookiar
s!s, Britannia Ware, ic. Ae with a ;rr.t vti"'"
Fancy Mantle and Parlor Ornament,'dircct fro't5'
Potteries and Manufacturer!. . .
IITow arriric; and in store,' tit itotW
above line of goods, which is offered te theTrii
reasonable rates. An examination is bciUd '
; tlTOn band, Assorted Crates, for CjuatoyT-j
N. B. racking receives special attsatica,
September 13, ISiS. vlnlS-Cai.j : "
ryv. & a. sun sende e: j'er. ,
IMrOSTKK3 AM) WE0LI3AU! IKaLXus
Havana and Dcnestia Cigari 5; Tohcco,
SOUTH EAST COHXSa 71X2 it l,S:o3 its '
VT7E have in store. aaJ to inivs, Tery W
V V, assortment of the very bejt biajxlj 0f Utj
Cigars. We desire to call the special attention
cash buyers to our lanre sto:k, nlica wt art .J.
mined to sell very low for cwh. -Thy coniiit K
part, of the following brands : i ; .
IrentituJe l.egaaai IJiaca.JlilAr;
Mi Destino do
Antigaedad do (
Deliranta - do
StaSfanoni do ,
Mcridianas ' do
El Sol do
Empcro Nichalds do
Iberic . ; d
Lailonia do ,
La Yes io
Fidel id ad do .
Granadina do '
La Flora - do
Reinas Sultana do
ElSoldelaDrimca do Do4 Mes:s do
Figaro Cillindradosf D. B. Csttnondo
Prensado D. D. do J. Y. P. Fi naa da
V de la Rama do - Vignei-a PUntatiocj;
P. L. v do Vcllegis - do
Mensagero Trabucasj De la Orua Friiicipi;
Yictoria do Burks --.da
Leojht Guarfl Opera, Star ' do
J. L. Pasetelas; Desigriici I'rtt.
May W. A J. SN 3 EA' DEP.FZ3.
Chlnoao Ovxsar Oatlo
T11E subscribers can supply socd of the iWf
valuable plant in limited quantities. It is pat
up in packages and sent by mail, posT paid, tt ij
centJ per pacltage. Having been ranee by ourjehaj,
we can vouch for its purity. Wu eaa alio sappi
packages of seed of the Ice Cream and Oruft
Watermelon and Fig Tomato at "3 et. each.
Address orders to, II. A. TEB.RT, A CO,
37-4 w CouLcit IiluITi, Iowv .
Of 0Pow.il Lots!
WILL be offered to the bghci t bidder at Pubi'i
Auction, Wednesday, April. 1st, 137, six
hundred town lots situated in Patmse City, P;ry
county, N. T. fcxale Commencing at 9 e'tlock, A. M.
This Town site belongs to Pawnes county, is ti
County! Scat, and offers great initcemonts to the
enterprising and to capitaiijU. '
Tekms or sale. One-third Caiih and thabalw
on time, as may best suit purchaser!.
By Ordsrof the Board.
EZEKIEL W. FOWLER.) J r
JOHN C. PEAVEY, r i;wl?W
JOSEPH FRIES E, ) ; Cnmiion.
. Attest: ' - ,
' G. G.TIIALLIMEIl, Coanty CVt.
Feb. 25th, 1357. ,. S7-U
Caution. : '
TIFE public are berV aotiSed thit on Tbomii
Ueady, throurh coUirs obtninl a wniOmt
of entry of tho S. West fnctional nusrier ud the
S. East fractional quarter of Section auaiber twenty-.
five, in Township number six, in Rinpe nambcrfif
on Put. nf th 6th Prin.-ir-d! Xff Tr1iin in Vhrav
Aj"-J- - - - r -.. - -
L . Tfci" Th m anv i fTa?ro.l k. nrtl will K.
patented to B. B. Thomr-soc, whose papers and evi
dence a.e forwarded to Washington City for hearing.
A. JJ. iliUJifwU.'.
Febrbary 26th, 1SS7. ' 37-'i
F. DINGS .& CO.,
Importers of , and Wholesale iWin t
Manufacturers cf all kinds Jf Crushes.'
3D JiorthIaia Street, (Tj' Stairs,)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. 3My
3 oat G3roa3xi.c
. qN the
' - - - . .
The Route from BroicnvilU to Ft. Near
ncy, and from thence to California,
3 the nearest and, n oH"
, practicable. . .
; , FINNEY & dbpLNGTOX,
ANNOUNCE to the Traveling PaUio that they
have purchased the entire interest in the Ferry
across the Missouri River at tho City of Erown-
Tine, eDrasna, and. opea tho ' Sei.on with a
new substantial and commodious Ferry Boat,
run by Uor30 Power, which annremin wni ecure
certain pa;igo at, all tia:$ and.it. all IbJs cf
weatner. The 1 ropnetors do not assert bcastirgiy,
or for 1 be purpose of giinin ; custom n erely, but are
governed by fact, when they say -Jjj is tha be
crossing cf the Missouri River in Nebraska, and
when they say the route from Erownvire to fort
Kearney and from thence to California is the nearest,
for evidence they refer tho reader tc. the map of the
Country; and aro warranted in sayiivj it is t!i most
practicable route by personal exwrittice, as weil as
that of hundreds of others who bite tnrelediU
We claim therefcr that this erossin aad route hoid
out peculiarly favorable inducemt na, to pcrsonJ
going to California, and solicit their patrcmg'e. Not
withstanding our superior arrannreiitj for a safs
and speedy crossing, ourharges rv t !i name as other
Ferries in Nebraaka, all being regulutiid by LegiiU
tive enactmmt. f - i "t-; - '
A skiff will be in readiness ar.d i Lial 03 tia
ground to run all hsars of the ciht.-'; -
C57"Becoi:ect that with cur lanl if ea "of Power,
no kinds of weather wiil prevent cur Boats fruri
making regular trips at all bur.
Brownville Nemaha Co., N.T.I .
February 25th, 1857. . C . . . ' 3M
T. b. crjt:a. .
-I0IIN C. TCXAV.
; cumd;g ct toiix.
neys at law Heal D.tite Agents,
OMAHA CITY, N. T.,
WILL attend faithfully and promptly to all busi
ness entrusted to them, in the Territorial or
Iowa Courts, to tho purchase of lots aid lands, cn
tmcsand pre-emptions, coleticnvc.
Oilice ia the second story of Henry Root new
buiulir, uear'.y opposite the Wti;ra Eichang
Lan&, laraham ftreet.- j, , . .
Dec. 27, 153. TlnSStf ' ' J " ' ' ' '
K. A. WHlTKIDrJI. - H; J. x'KLWKT.
r. a. wniTRiDci: co.
Masonic Clothing and.OM' Felloe
AI39 Regalia for T;p?raao aai otier JaiIUt
Xo.l23Wa!aut Street, vp Eisirs,-
i ".. CINCINNATI, O."
5IASON3. '. Ilefercaccs. fui yiLtow
W. B. Do 1 K G M cf O h Io O. P. Mnion.P G M lad.
C Moore Ed Manonio Re?; Turner A (ry, pub Csit
F. J. Phillips, H. P. City W.i.NeH.o, PG MOat
Tha Editor cf the Adverser wi'.l hav rpeclmeos
cf Regnlia from the above :.;.iau.'Actory. and recv
orlers from llrtt or private mor:brtl f;f
Angust 2, 13iJ. vl-cCf .ii-
' , in ! j. in
a WLG2 as5crta3?nt at : " '
.! mzuizzTJL cot
n f - f at t'.-J
OHAIIA CITY, K. T.
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