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ten Ti: 2 kev grArrs adveetisiicg agency cr
W. S. SWYMMER,
Corner of Olire ar.d Main Sts., ever the Back
ing House of John J. Anderson A Co.
PAGE'S PATENT -
Portable Circular saw-Hill,'
FOR STEAM AND HORSE FOWLS.
rpiIE roost useful and necessary machinery in op
JL eration; is simple in construction and easily kept
in order, and can be mcved on a wagon as readily zs
. threshing machine, and put in operation at a Email
expense. It will saw from odb to two thousand feet
cf lumber a day, with one team cf six hoises, as an
average business, and in a bettor style thin other
Kills now in use. It is eqnally well adapted to -
'Steam, "Water cr Horse Tower.
The undersigned, agents fur the patanteo, would
announce to the public that they are now prepared
to furnish Mill?, with or without horse power, cf su
perior quality and workmanship, with the right to
nse the same, upon the most favorable tcrui3, at their
manufactory, No. 202, Second street, St- Louis, Mo.
We hare also the right for the manufacture of
Cldlda' Patent . Double Saw Mills.
The successful practical operation of these mills
through the country has been the means of establish
ing their great reputation and with improvements
in construction and increased facilities in manufac
turing, we oTer them to the public with full confi
dent of their advantages. . "
All orders addressed to o will be promptly execu
ted, and any information in regard to Hills cheerful
ly r?n. . .. - . .
k'crsous ordering Mills will please mention the
Elate and County in which they wish to use them.
KINGSLANDS A FE&GUSOX.
. 'Extension of rage's Tatcnt.
"VTOTICE is hereby given to the public, that the
1 patent cf PAGE'S PORTAELE CIRCULAR
. fAW MILL has been extended for seven years from
-Jcly 18th, 1S55. All persons found violating this
patent, or infringing on the same, in making, using
cr Tending, will bo proceeded against in accordance
ri& the laws La such case made and provided.
GEORGE PAGE, Patentee.
TJy Authority r
. TIIE STATE SUPERINTENDENT
And Board of Education,
Care ordered the following Desirable Works for the
Township Libraries of Indiana.
. Some of them have been put into ercry Library,
others only into the more populous townships. The
carefal attention given to the examination of works
for these libraries, is a guarantee of. the merit of the
books chosen. " Many families will desire to own the
books, and read at their leisnre. rather than wait
their turn tt get them from a library. The works
way be purchased of Booksellers, or will be sent by
nail, free cf postage, upon payment of prices annex
el to each.
Fair's Ancient History Much superior to
Rollin, because more concise, accurate, and op with
modern research. 4 vols., Cloth, gilt, 53. Sheep,
library style, $3,50.
The Teacher's 'liscellany is a new and ex
cellent collection of articles on Education, written by
Judge McLkax, Drs. St6we, Biggs, McGcffey,
Atesxott, Pickett, Ltm, Post, and other distin
guished members of the College of Teachers." . 1
vol., 12mo., Cloth, $1,25.
Ilistorf of the Puritans and Pilgrim
Fathers. I5y Stowell and Wilson, 1 vol- 12nio
.JJoffat's Life of Dr. Chalmers. 1 Tel.,
The Ladies of Ike Covenant: Memoirs of
CistinguirbeJ Seottieb Female Characters; Embra
cing tc irbd of the Covenant and the Persecu
tion. By Her. James Anderson.
"offat's South Africa. . One volume, 12mo.
Twelfth edition. $1.
Six Years ia India. By Mrs. Colin Makix
' tie. 2vols..l2mo., Cloth, 2.00
" Kern's Practical Landscape Gardening,
with 22 plans and Illustrations. Third edition. ? 1,50
A Coy's Experience in the U. S. Jiavr.
. (SIXTH THOUSAND.) -
1 volume, 16aao.; Illustrated. 75 cents.
Tho Ilercliant Vcsssl, :
A Sailer-Boy's Voyages to see the World.
(tixrn TuorsAXD.) '
1 volume, 16 mo., Illustrated. 75 cent?.
NoBDnoiT's admiral series of volumes, "Man-of-War
Life," "Merchant Vessel," and the new volume
o appear in September, under the title of "Whaling
and fishing," must be received with great favor, as
the Crst two have been, wherever circulated. They
ara the faithful limnings of nine years cxperienca
At sea, of a common sailor, a native Buckeye." re-
ojm5ted as inferior to no writer of the present day,
" in life-like delineations of adventure by soa. J
Very striking and graphic pictures of life a,t Sea,
vidently authentic and very instructive.
Has adventure enough to please and truth
enough to dissipate the charm of a sailor's life.
New Xork Evangelist.
There is -in them a vat amount cf information
'rerpscting the commerce of the world. Presbyterian
Witness. '. ' ' ,
Will Uko captive the young.-Journal and Mes
. eecger. - . .
A II a eke ye Abroad, or Wanderings in Europe
. and the Orient. By Samcel S. Cox. Third edi
tion, Illustrated. 1 vol., 12mo4 muslin, 1,25.
The Three Great Temptations of.Youcg
Tien. bAUiFL.H. itsuEB. fourth edition. 1
vol. 12mo, muslin, 1,00, -
These are capita.! works for family libraries. Tub
liehed by . MOORE, WILSTACIL KEYS A CO.,
25 West Fourth St, Cincinnati.
M., W'K. A CO. are the publishers of Bayard
Taylor's Cyclopedia of Modem Travel,' which is sold
' entirely by agents. - - -
Peace in Kansas !
:C. F. JENNINGS & .CO.,
MERCHANTS, . :
"YLite Cloud, Kansas Territory, i
QTECIAL attention given to Receiving and Fct'
warairg uooos 01 every aesenpuon. . .
ALSO: - ... :.
. Tt'iU keep a large and complete assortment of
GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS,
LOOTS, . SHOES, -
CLOTHING, &C, -&CV..
. At the' Lowest Cod JPrecc! '
Dec 25, 1S55. Tln28-Cm . . . :
kFAY CASUS STOREn
. BEO WNVILLE, K T. i
The subscribers would inform the citizens of Brown
ville, and surrounding country that their
NEW STORE - HOUSE
Is c-r'eted. sivd they are cow rcceivins
and cpcnir.g cn extensive Etock of
coMpnisiNa taut, '
BOOTS AND SHOES, ; : .
Hardware, and Tinware;
COOKING AND BOX STOVES,
To which they invite the attention cf cuitciners.
Their Good? are selected with reference to the
. watts of the town snd surrounJing coua-
try, m"1! will be sold as J
Lor us tny Ilonscrabovc SL' Joscpli.
FLOUK AND CORN MEAlf
cc:;3TA?rrLY on hand. :
com: oni: ! come- all ! i -
Acl era tine cur I' : -d for yourselves - - - '
- ' ' r.i.--.. " ; :'' " :
McALLLSTCa, DOZIER L CO.
Browsv-r.o, October Zj, IS 3. vlnlf tf
Till: NEW FLOURING .AILLL,
CLAKK'S PATENT COMBINED CRINPIXa
sr. 1 BoItir-2 cr Merchant Flonric Mill. This
Vz'j ic-cnious end Eurh needed invention forms
n entirely rew festuro in tha manufacture cf
V.'irCAT and riOUH, lythe Ft3rTior marrjer ia
v :.-h it 1 -rf...r its work DIN O and BOLT
ING ' 9 Urs.:u at a sin!a operation into Seven
C" 1. : kinds tf Cour ari feed.
11 rr ;!k r-cirt-cs tjrs&w cs to numerous to be
.r.t. Tee prcr-er way
; -c.-ihto i's rcit cent is to sect it ran.
Z J. i way, C.TTicrCcurt Ft St. Louis, Mo.
; : 1 - i Cc-istry I.' -l " t: M.Us F..r Silo. -
"EI. LOUIS ADYLI
. STi.LOUUr:ilO. .. ' '
Offer for sale the ccmiu? Spring, j
50,000 Appla Trees, 2. pnd .4 years old, em-
t braeinjr varieties. .Pnoe 25 t 40 cents.
i3.UUJ l eucn irets, iruia i wsicvir u :0,
' vnrcities, mm to S.Jc
2.-500 standard Pears, eirbraticg 43 varieties,
price from 50 to 75 centf. r
5,000 Dwarf Pears, embracing 13 varictief, price
Jl each. "..
5,C0O Cherry .Trees, 31 vjirielies, JO to .75 cents
each. . - " 1 . - - ' - ;
' J00 Apricot, Kwly Golden, Buda, Peach Apri-
cots, Large Early, price M) cjnts. " ' " i
100 QuiDce, awirtod, 25 to SOeenfs.
- LOO Dwarf Arr.lcs. ' 50. u
00 White Gra'oe CurranUi 25
500 P.lack Xaples r ... 25
.(( Chirrv Currant 25
5C0 Tted Dutch Currant. m.. ..... 12J a
500 Victoria Currants- 15
SCO Whit Dukh Carrantri.-- " ' WXAU
500 Urge Rd Dutch Currant 12Jt "
500 English Black WAU
2.009 Prolific Green " u
1,000 Houghton's Seedling.- 25
J.00 M'arriDgton do 25
l,(i00 Salphcr t do 25
l.fiOf Athlon do .....W....25
109 Crown Bob - do
100 Bi3cmcn , do
. . 25
. 2.(00 Yellow Antwarp Kapbcrries
1, ( 00 Ohio Everbearing . do i
2. ( 00 Large German Antwarp do
1,('00 Bel Antwarp
1.000 Enzlish Filberts-"
1.(00 Horse Chestnuts 50
5,(00 Grape Vines, 2 to 3 years old 25 to 50 '
15O.C0O Grape Tiued, 1 year cld-.i$5 100 '
5,000 Dahlias assorted, each ...25
SOOPernias. ; .do ; 50
10.000 Giant Asparagus Kootsi.$5 100 i
5,000 Tube Bose3; . ?r . ' v. 10 . f
' 2,000 Yards Pink' t&:ts V J&rd.
2,0 00 Hants Victoria Ehubarh : .
50jor f l0 9 100 ' .
S.0D0 Wilmofs Efirly Jlcd Khtib.wb..-12o
50,030 Strawberry Plants, 12 varieties -
...$5 to 10 per 2,0000
. 10,000 Shade . and Ornamented Trees, embracing
- - Catalpa, Blcek Locus', Palionia Imperiallis,
Imbirdy Poplar, Silver Ieaved, Poplar,
Linden Wccd, Sweet Gum, Elm, Balsam
Poplar, Allianth u s, T uli p Trees, Upla n d Cy-
Irsss, Sycamore, Paper Mulberry, American
Arch, Weeping Willow, Buckeye, Moun
tain Ash, White Birch, Tied Maple?, varying
in price from 25 cents to $1,50, according to
size. . " , '-
15,000 Evergreen?, embracing ' - '
Red Cedar?, pneo each 50c to $2 '
White Pine! do , 50eto$I
Yellow Pine do 503 to $2 (
Balsam Fir, do - 5)cto?l
American Arborvitas 25c, .0c, 75c, $1,50.
Chinese Arborvitas, 50c, $10,
European Suvin 50c, Tree box 50o
Korwav Spruce, 50c, 75c, 100, '' '
Whit Spruce, $1.
12,500 Plants of Ornamental Shrubbery, embracing
in part as follows: .
Snow Balls, each 37 to 1 1,
Lylac, ewh 50c; Spiras, assorted, each 25c;
Hardy Hoses, each 50c;
Monthly ltoses, each 50c
Iloney Suckles, asorted, 25i, 50e $1; -Tyringa
Fhiladelphns 25c to 50c;
Hose Aeasia, 25c to 50;
Privet for Hedges 25c; Kv ' : -
Bladdacina lie: Corcons Japonica 23o; v
" " Fllagnus 2lcj laburnum i'(lcL,
. Tamarix Africai:a 25 to5ftiL
. .. P.ibes Gordoai 25c to 53c; . ,
Wecpini Mountain Ash l,J.0f " - ' ':' '
Whith Fringe Tree 1,50;
Forsvthea 50c tol.OOs r r r " T
- Cornice Dogwood Silver filxiped 50c to 1,00
DcutxaSeabia 25c;Dcttit uracahs 50c;
Weeping Birch 50e;
. y . Magnolia Acamiaetta L0(! ,
Weepinff Linden 1,50; ';";!.''"' ',.sf'.;"4
- Dwarf Box 53 per yard; ' "
" ' Eaconimus iftc; .,:'. - "; '
- Altheas, assorted, 1os to (c. ; ' ;
- - In ofiTeriDg tho above StocTi. to our customers
we beg to say it in snperior ia gro'u'l.h and quality to
any heretofore offered, and persons wishing a supply
can avail themselves f further information, by ' ad
dressing the undersigned "at St. ThiuIs. Catalogues
furnished to an poet-paid .ipTicltions. ' ' ': 1
Respectfutly; - JOIIN"S1GEBOX''& BRO. '
Oct.-25,1858. ''vlnl9-ly ' r -
' - GEO. C. FERGUSOIT. ;J
MILLYIlIGnT AND EXGIXEEK
. ,RROVJi ville, .jr. ..T...,..-.- -
A "XXOrXCES to the rublie. that b i 'rrtA
to erect Steam Saw and Merchant Mills at short
notice and reasonable tcrmf." ''"."v .
ALL' WORK "WARRANTED.
He is also Agen for ,' !
A. B. nOLLIBIIlD & CQ!S.,' r.
Western 1 Council? y . '
V Cincinnati, a,-;. - :
' il ' LEE &'LEAT1TTS-
1 J CINCINNATI aKi - -:
And is rrewwed to receive and fill orders for anv ma
chinery manufactured or kepi oa hf nd, by taeso es-
tauustiaicuta.- . , - - .. i , ......... ft
' Letters of enquiry, promptly asBwcred.
.. -.. . ',. -.KEFJEKEXCES.W-J' u-i t
Noel, Lake k Co., Erownville, N. T. Steam Mill
Nuckolls & White, Eockport; Mo. 1 4 v -.
James Lowe, Linden, ' ' ' ;-;
. vln31y. ' " ' Brownville, une 21,18561 .
NEW. HAEDWABE 1 STORE.
. : ' ; J. E, WASHINGTON, ' , ...
Ilanlicarcf , Cidtery : dnl Gvns, ; .
'! West Side Mainrireetj :i ..-:;
' : St. Joseph, - Mo.-,v';';l
TS NOW receiving and opcoinz a 6tclt of Hard
Aware and Cutlery adapted totbo wants cf Far-
imcrs, Alceuamcs, an-1 ilcrcafiiits.and having purchas
ied American goods from M&nufaeti.rers, and made
permanent arrangements for the din?ct, importation
lot all try loreijTi ecuxlii, together wita. a.lons cxwrr
lence in the Ilardwsro businef?, I shs.!! c-ffer such in
faueements to purchasers in this market, as.will injure
atistaction, and respectfully sohcitashare of patron'
from the section of country tradir.2; at t. Jo-
Hunts and Simnion'd axes, ' ".' ; ' Augers, .
Mouse hole Anvils, J' Chisels,
; onil liox V ices, , Uhams,,.
Spear & Jackson's an iButhor's lc, Fry Pats.'
; Ames if- Rowland's shovels & spader. Coffee Mills) ;
Xlut, wrought and horse shos nails Seivc3,
Cotton and Manilla cordage,
Wostcnholm pocket knives,
Knives and forks, '
Guns, rifles, and pistols, -'
Shears, scissors and razors,
Hammers and Hatchets, ...
. Spear i Jackson's saws, .
t, 1 lanes, .
' Locks, '
i5utrs, , ; ;
- Braces and Litts,
Building, Hardware anil Carpcn-
.-. j . : : ters Tools '
Dec, 19,133. ;; -t 4 - j,
G. & C. TODD Sy CO.,
.Ve. 212, Xorll I'irH.cr
,Srcet, St. Zcku;
A KANXPACTntMS or
INCLUDING Dutch Baltic; Clotb' .Mill Stones,
Saws, Sc?ccuf DtnidcL?, As. AU ,
PORTABLE v GEIST IIILLS;
t'Xoth Upper unci Lower Et.-troTtaaiicrs. -
. UCIIINE jeltii; G, . ;
Of Stretched Leather arod lubber.
RL Louis, October Ml ISI-S. ,vlnl:i-ly ;
f cheat 'tr.s.f ;77 , ''
Tixm Serr.cJia Accnn, in juinszs, tootle . ?
inouOi.cf uhd Xi'Oi?G: Liver, Z 1
: r -...' AtfJVM.'i'.T. ' ' i v'
TIMS LINE makes one" trip p r wd :k,'f sch way,
etojpicat the-priacipal'towas on the Missouri
River. Good Hacks aU the way throe fh, t.nd ttd
hores aad nice young men for drivers. ' .
J. 13. W.EENNET'Ccstrscltrs
Dcc.l?,lS55. vlc2My ' ;; . . ;.
W3I. GARRISPX.V : 21 '
PLATTSrOUTn.-N.. T. -:
HAS now on tsr.d ? ?rrnJ valur l.c town iots'a-sd
also Timber and Frairic Cliiizs, whici he will
sell cheap. . r ; . ' ' V. '
rn s,ot for ti e Cihr cf Hr.'sin oulb.be will
furnish loti to those vo wi?a to :i)lt! is the town
cn cheap I rfra?onav.'e'trrra3.- i .
Ofi J. II. Brown, E. :
I Ecadv.. Uadfj, Clothing,
EYrRY VAKl?.TV, stylr, 5'xr.lit.vr pri-js, and r-1
ternof LeauV CUta;i5g. ju.-t reeivei and
for sale cheap, by
HOBL1TZELL i CO.
Hato and Caps. : C
LATEST sfykscf Hats tnl Caps,, and cf every
grade and prise, are O.T rocl at ! -
. : IIJDLITZELL&CO'S;
BEDSTEADS, Tables, St u .ds, Bureaus in short,
everything in the Furniture Hi!", can be had at
Stoves and Tinware. -:
COOK, Parlor and OSiee Stove3 cf 'various pat
terns; and Tin ware, nt, - x rt
... , ;! . I10BLITZELL k CO'S, c
Hardware, Cutlery and Iron.
AjiAiiUi assortment a -I10BLI12ELL
A CO'S ,
Wood and 7illow ware. : .
BUCKETS, Tubs, Churns, and an endles3 variety
of Willow ware, is for sale at : :
, HOBLITZELL A CO S.
SADDLES, Bridles, Martingales, Checks, and ev
ery variety cf goods ia this lino can be had at
HOBLITZELL i CO'S.
Steam Hill Lnmb cr. -
W.E take this method of informing the Public
that wo have just put in operation cn what is
known as Sonora Island, four miles above Brown
ville, ft first quality steam Sawmill, and are now pre
pared to saw all kinds of Lumber on short notice,
and in a manner, we are confident will givs satisfac
tion. We will keep a i crry boat to run t the main
shore, for free nse of our customers. : ; ,
. ! W. S. HALL & CO. 1
II. A. TEIillY & CO., f ' ;V
WHOLESALE 'AND RETAIL HEALEK3 IX.
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS,
IREITS and Shrubi,"Grape and Cranbery Vines,
. Grass, Clover Seeds, Bird soeds of all kinds, Ag
ricultural and Horticultural Book3, Implements, &c.
Agents for all the best Rural Publications m the
Uiitcd States. ;. .
15 tore next door toPo3t-Offlce, Council BIuff3,Iowa.
'rlri'6-ly ; - : - .
r THOL'AS VILLIAWS, V
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
- - BROWNVILLE, N. T.- " ,J
Will practice in the Third Judicial District in Ne-
bnuska Territory, and in the Twelfth Judicial Circuit
in the state of Missouri.' - '.-- -u 'J
? REFERENCES.' -1
' j Ri:hard Brown, ; : ' -" Brownville, N. T. '- '
R. W.Furnas, . - ? u . u
. " " Dr. John McPhcrson, y Tippecanoe, Ohio. . ;
James Foster, Oregon, Mo.' , t.:
George X. Miller, Archer, N. T. " ' '
FRESH DRY GOODS.
! " i EEDY, JA3IESOX & CO.,
Nq8. 170 and 172 Main St., Si. Lonti.
"YT7E are now in receipt of the most complete and
V .magnificent stock, ever offered to the Western
Trade.". Merchants visiting this city are invited to
make an examination of our stock and prices. '
EDDY, JAMESON & CO.
YIRAPE ROOTS, 20,000 Catawba Grape Roots,
v two years old, lor sale, rnco per nundrcd
$40 per thousand. . . J. M. JIoCLLIaJIUII, ,
Nov. 29tf ' ' ' No. 200 Main St., Cincinnati,
."A'JUISTG of beauty is a joy forever."
COLE'S VOYAGE OF LIFE,
Childhood Youth, Manhood Old Age,
Four splendid Line Engravings, from the Originals
in the Gallery of the Spingler Institute.7 Plates,
15x23. Paper, 25x33. . , , 4
'' A GREAT NATIONAL . WORK.
Of nvo years' execurion, involving an expense of $20,
OOo. Artist 3 proofs, 550. India Lettered, fc30
Plairt. !?20. 1
RJtA prospectus containing a full description of
the work, witn testimonials Iroin our nrst Aliliaib,
cur most eminent, DIVINES, our most distinguished
STATESMEN, .the best accredited J LDULS OF
AXii f at nonao ana aoroaa, logeiacr wiia iao
" 'TT VOICE OF THE PRESS. :,
Of1 this city," and also of the highest European an
thorityy- " . ; t"v. , ,
- THE LONDON ART JOURNAL,
Will be forwarded on the' receipt of two postage
stamps. ' . " k
Tie Trade "supplied on the most
; Liberal Terms.' . . : L: :
Appropriate and tasteful styles of frames, prepar
ed exnri?sslv for this work, at the lowest cash rates.
are furtjsbed at prices varying from $lfl $32 the
net. . Boxing.) packiig aad cartage from 5 1 to 52.
Address the 1 ovaee of Life, Rev, A. R. AV OLFL,
Tioiiu .... . opiuiur xusniuLc, x. t.
' GLASGOW 4: BROTHER. ' T !
f T7HOLESALE '- GROCERS. FORWARDING
Y . AND COMinSSION MERCHANTS. No 50
Levee,, have Jn store and to,: arrive the, following
Goods, which they ofer for sale at the lowest prices,
vitV--'- ' , ' ' " ''
1003 thds fair to prime N. 500 boxes Yeast powdrs;
O. Sugar; .i .: . 100 kegs sup Carb Soda;
1000 bb'sclfd sugar; - 10Q boxes saleratus;
800 do If and crush'd 3o; 500 els Manilla Cordage;
500 do S. H: molasses:
qo jute ao;
500 do: Manilla & Grass
- ' J Bed Cords;
509 boxes Raisinsj. i
- 25 bbls Almonds; :
100 boxes Lcm. Syrup,
.300 do .ass'd Candles,
100 Preserved Fruits; '
, 100 da ; . - Meats; '
100 do Pickles:
.i.00 - do .. Xetchaps;
100 do ' Olive Oil;
, 75 do Brand'd Cher.;
: 50 do do ' " Peaches;
30 cases r Carraccas
"' Chocolate; !
'40 do Wood bx match's;
50 do Sardiacs, quarter
1 and half boxes;" ' 4
: -5 case3 Citron;: - '
.10 bbls Mason's Blk'ing;
5 cases Nutmegs; '
, 5 do Indigo;"
50 doB. C Oysters;
1500 reams Wrop. Letter
- ; . and Gap Paper;"-
300 nests Tubs,.:3-8's;
-600 do plantation do;
1C0 tcs prime Rice; '
1000 pka G, and B.. Teas;
1000 ba.'js Rio coffee; . ,
; 103 do prime old Gov-'
eminent J a.' coffee;
1000 keg8 Nails; . '
10Q0 bows' Pm,.01eiue &.
r Family Sap; .;'-
100 boxes Fancy Soap;
'800 . do' Star Candles:'
do 'Mould "do;
i'i -Castila : iJoap;
do . Starch;
do Va; mafd.To
. tobacco; i". '
do Mo. do;
do SmoMng do; '
do Cuba Ciirars:
00,000 Reg. Cig. Imp.;
100 bag Pepper :
25 do ALspice; .
S00 bbls A hf do Ma'ct;
500 boxes Glass; -100
bales Batting; . i .
200 dos Painted Bu'kts;
LIQUORS. " i
: j 10 half pipes ' pure old 58 bbls Malaga Wine; ,
Brfcndiesj. .. .... 100 bkts Dennis Champ.
1 00 casus do i do do; ' ' 100 do Heidsick do:
:100 bbhi Moncn. Whk'y; 5 cases old Md. Wine;
100 do old Rye Whisky 200 boxes Claret; Wine;
- - very superior; - St. Louhi, Mo.
. June 7th, 1850.- :;r . ; - ; , :.:
-ix:g. noms & co.y :
' "Nd:"1 16,' Main Street, St. Lonis Mo. ' ;
. AGENTS for Straub's Com and "Wheit Mill
J the "Oueen of the South." 'Th:a reTnarVnVil
Mill has been kept secured tQ.th c iaicntor bv caveat
recently, however, (Juno 27th, 1S54.) " LetUrs
Patent Ur the United States have been granted, se
curing the invention for fourteen years. TJjis Mill
has sustaiued itself wherever it has been brought in
to competition with ether Mills. It was tun agaiiast
the other'make of Mills of our city, attho OhioJState
Fair, in-1850, when it drew a diploma 'as' the best
Corn Mi", and was awarded a fine silver medal. .
Of these Mills we manufacture five siies for corn,
and three expressly for crindin wheat flour; .
The peculiar -JMivcliyf-thi.Mi;i--is, tha nnder
stone is the running stone, in all cases. There is no
limit to the specdand as speed is everything in grind
ing, it will tmt grind any upper .grinder in the world.
Secondlv: By this arrangement we are enabled to
get grain itto the Mill with a very small eye, conse
quently tre grind nearer the centre, and coarse
with lessrpowei than any upper runner can be made.
Thirdly: Our Mill takes any kind tf grain "without
choking. Te wjirraptagainstf b.oMp&U any and all
cases. Thij is a great vexation causing delay and
trouble in all MULi shece Ibe u per stone is the run
ner. . Of eonrse. we mean smill Mills, whereat h mo
tif a must bo high to do much business."' i' . k ,.
Fourthly: Our Mills never take nnjury by Tunning
empty the nnder stone not touching the uppecone,
c4 injury can bd done. -This is aa important advan
tage over all Mills whero the tipper tone ii the run
ner. - August ZJ,18ar.: TlnlJStf
J." II. TAAFFE
r - THOMPSON & TA AFFE,
(Bueccssors to Burrows & Thompson,) ,
And Commission Llercbants, ;
r '3'Z -ZTii, Z3Jwjl.trs5t CLitisnatii- -; r-
PiJtlsuIar aitcstlc : vr.l be civen to order
for Groceries, which wLl always be executed at current
marKet price. ,
Cy(f SACKS cf Zook's Ohio Mills Extra, Super
Auw una i lour just rece ive 1 an t for s&icliy
. Ncv.2?,!?. M'ALLISTEtOZIES&'CO.
. w. ii. 3 villi a::s, :
! VcOLESALS AKD EiTAIf rSAti-Il
a 1ASE5 pleasure in ancouncing the citizens ofOr
. : gon ami the: public in general, that ha .has cn
iaa'nd themjst extensive, stock cf Stores and Tin
wure. tver cCercd in this market. 'My sto.-k of Tin-
rure is of Ely 00 manalactare, and i3 for saU at
Wholcsah tnd Ketnil at St. Louis prices. .
' I would call particular attention to ray stocSS ex
COOKING STOVES, comprising the most imprsved
nattern both Air-lilit and Premium, Amen" iacm
may be found Filly's Chaiter Oak, the bet stove n.T
in use, the Asiatic Air-Tiht, Pioneer and prizaPrcr.
!niums Also- . - t
Of various Sizes and Patterns, which I will '!
SELL LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE' IN TOWN.
Particular attention paid to making aad puttirg
up Tin Gutters, in the toTn and conctry. Also, re-
pairing dono on snort nouce ana on reasons uio icna?,
- Oldeopner, Brass and Pewter taken in exchange
for work or war?... ; V , ,' illlais; . c
vl-n5 ., Oregon, .Mo., July 0, loo. -
: , , , j -.'FRANKLIN- - !
TVPE ; STEEH0TYPE FCUIIDHV
Ho.- 1G3 Vine St., bet. Tonrti and FiU :
CINCINNATI, O-j V-
C. T. 0DRIHCOLL & CO. '
Manufiictarcfs and dealers in News, Book and Job
Tvne. Printing Presses, Case?, Gallic?, Ac, Ac.
Inks, and Printing Material cf Every Description.
.STEREOTlLU,'0r aU kind Uooks, Music,
Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, Wood EngrcviEgs,
Brand ancl Pattern Mc?s, -various styles,
"Wholesale Paper Tarelib1130.
Tf7H0LESALE.- Dealers in Papers cf every ies-
rY V nption:
Ik.:,,:., , '
' Folio Post,'
Flat Cap, -
"J ."-Wfiipplng, '
. Foolscap, . ;
"Letter A Not. ;
Colored Papers. A , - Medium A Demy's,
cf the very best Eastern and Western Manufacture,
and for sale at very low prices. ' ' ' ,
; tST Cash for Rags and Rope, . 5 ;
, , ; . , liltAD.NEK, WARREN & CO.,
, Chicago, Juno. 23 th. 1353.
. , :CIIARTER'OAK: -
LIFE INSURANCE '-COMPANY I
Hartford, Ct.-.. .. ..'.. ... . .... -Capital $200,000
With largo and increasing receipts securely inves ted
under Iho sanction and approval of the Comptroller
of Public Accounts .rr- .
ALFRED GlLL,PreVt. JOHN L. BUNCE, Y. P.
JAMES. CWAL1CLEY, Secretary.
'.-J i i ,'!H.;i . -DUiECTonS. "
Alfred Gill. John L. Bunce, Wnv R. Cone, Jas. G
Bolles, John A. Butler, Noah Whcaton, NL IlolIIs--ter,
SamLCoit, Danl Pliillips, C. N. nmphrcy.
. LOAItD , Olt.yiirAXCE..
Geo. Beach, E31., President of Phoenix Eant,
D. F. Robinson, Esq:, Hartford
Hon, Isaac Touccy, late Attorney General TJ.;8. :
' Applications for insurance rucerved bv '
: ' : R. W." FURNAS, Agent. -,
DR. A. S..IIOLLIDAY, Med.. Ex. . . ... , .. -
- GEO. P. LUCKUARDT, ?
; And arox7Collor, .'
OREGON, HOLT COUNTY. MO i! -
lpAKES the liberty to inform tlie citizens of
tJL Brbwnvilla and vicinity, that ho has opened a
WATCH, CLOCIk A JEWELRY STORE
In Oregon, licit county, Mo., whero he will keep con
stantly on ha ad, ond for sale, a good assortment .of
Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which
ho witl sell CKtremely low, for CASIL- Also, a no
lot of Violins,. Accordcons, Silver, aDd Plated Spec
tacles, uola rons witn bold and silver extension
cases, Silver Thimbles, Ac, Ac. - , - .
. Ho is prepared to repair Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry, of every description, in the best manner and
on the most reasonable terras." .'...'
Every nrticlo bought in bis establishment, is war
ranted to be what it is represented to be.' Watch re
pairing warranted for one year, -o-.?;- ;.-..
July28, 18;i6. vl-n3tf . . . -,..'..,
. B. It. FEGKAM. s,, , ; B. KIDDLE
, ' B. R. PEGHAM c CO., . i
'33' 13. -2s. ers
', .-. ' r - :i A'.i. .v. - , ,-: '
GENERAL LAND A GENTS,
-COUNCIL BLUFFa? IOWA. : :
1 G. TUTTU!. i. K.'G. rEBLEV". ' ' tf. tT. SMITH.
TTJTTLIV PERLE3T & SMITH
: : FALL STYLES. -1856. '
..;, ri': 77 Main street, St. Louis, Mo.. . .
TMpANUFACT CRERS of Straw and Silk Bonnets,
ilA-' Importers and ' Wholesale dealers in' Ribbons.
Silk 3JillineTy,Flowers, Trimmings, Lace Goods, Em
broideries, &C. . ; , , - -
"Merchants and Milliners are particularly in
Titcd to exattiine our stock, before making their spring
purehases, as wo (relying fully on the superiority of
our styles,) intend to offer inducements equal, if not
soperion, to aay jobbing honse in the United States.
, , Septcnibcr U, 185?. vlnl5-6m;-
"J New Hardware Store.
Siga of the Xill Saw'.
.-r t f.
J.' FLAHERTY. : ";:
1 1mporter, WholeFale'and Retail f'cale'r in ' "
American German, English Trencli
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
' ST. JOSEPH, MO." .
S NOW receiving and opening the largest and most
varied arsortmcnt of roods in the above lino ever
offered In any market west cf St, Louis. ,
Jly stock eiabrace3 a full and complete assortment
of Cabinet 'and House Builder's Hardware, Mechan
ic's tools of every description, direct from the m(.at
approved manufacturers; agricultural and horticul
tural tools and implements, in great variety, combin
ing all .the recent .and useful improvements for the
saving of A vast amount of labor to the farming com
munity, from TB'hom I rcspeetfully request a careful
examination of this departaifat -of my stock. I am
also exclusive aent fr th9 sale of the celebrated
St. Loui3 Circular Mill and Cross Cut Saws, which. I
will warrant, and fill all orders, at ihe factary prices.
A130 a large assortment of Guns, Rifles and , Pistol,
Iron, bteel, Rails,' Ac, of the best brands: in a word,
my stock is very complete, whichfor its quality and
price, I am detcrrurned to ofi'cr such inducements as
will command a liberal share of trade from this and
adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies for American ILirdwaro ilauufactarcrH,
together with a long experience in the general Hard
ware tradej enables me; not only to defy all competi
tion but has convinced me that the true principle of
trario is casn sales and small proats,
'January 1, 1!35.' vlnZStf '
NO BOOKS KEP.T" ALL CASH!!!
; ; WHOLESALE AXD EETAIL DEALER I2T
Main Street, Bromville, II. T.
THE.undersijrrd respectfully begs leave to inform
'the public, that be has row on hand a' complete
assortment of everything, ' usuaHv kent in Brusr
Stores, which he ofiirs for sale, Exclusively on
CASir - AST) CASIi: ONLY! ;
It will be entirely foreign t this beautiful svstem,
to 'Book," "keep ac lonuVrjote' "scratch" "c'halk,"
orTTcmeiaber for; few dayaj Lome .with, too
Spondulicks' ifvou want anVthiufr in the Dn
line. J ' i . ' -'," - - -4
Prcscripont CosiponndeiJ ' at allv Hora will.
. ; .j 4AC XSXMtf. Mti BIrpitCa.-' . ',
- Remember the system I bava aloptcdr and my
poeketand yout ftfeiinrs will not Puffer. Credit will
potitiedtf not br given, unless under circuiastanoes of
pecnuar uestitnuon. - -. -
July 1J, !Sj3.-vl-n6tf ' A. S. HOLLADAY.
D. M. HlTCnCOCI v c BEASJ)fcLSE. ' j "EEXJ. OT.
1 ? D. II. EITCECOCK COn. .
: Also-Alacnfjtctnrs cf four sizes ofTewctt's Pat
ent Cary Plough, one and two horso right and left
hand. -- ' --'
1 their owvnnf
tion,andan inimvliatc sctllmirnt is rei".ci?t-?d.
- Brownvilir, Feb2itb, '7 " ' ' " " ' ' 37-
v$ ztA IiOcTist streeL1?, St. Louis, Ho.
ANUFACTERERS of Cooking,- Heating, and
persons kcowiuj themselves indebted to th i
of Noil. Lace. Exerson. A Co will find
TIIE Subicribers "tava entered int a lartnerslp
under tho firm cf Reed, Uolabird A Co., to
rianufuctura tho J. C. Reed, Pitent Portable Grist
Mill and an ii w prepared to :urri.A - all tho?e in
want cf a g5o;l Corn or Whoat i'ill that fr (U:;
tility; simpiicty and economy; excel aay Mill in the
world. On tho late eshibUicai of tho Mechanics
institao in Ciscimiati, a Gold AreJal was awarded
them for It. ' ' " ' :
J It is adapted to. all Grain grirdlngpurp-s; it is
superior to all others fur the most exteriive Merchant
ilill, as it i3 for grindirig the Farmers fued by llorso
power.. -.. - : - - - : ... - ' ;
The above Mills are manufactured by the under
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, O.i where they
con be farniched In any quantity at short notice.
The above Mills warranted to perform a3 follows:
35 in. diara!, per hour 50 B. Corn, 25 Whcat'- $PC0
33 ' . . -30 , 15 " 250
21 f . 20 M ' 13 " - , 2C0
23 s ' " ' - 15 ' S ' 150
' As tbid 51111 ttlls its cwn stcry, it is unnecessary to
quote from our numerous recommendations, received.
Freeh Arrival of
AT ROCXPOUT, MO. ,
npini subscribers would reipcitfully tender their
X : thanks to their customers and the Public Gene
rally for theirliberal patronage heretofore, and solicit
a continuance of tho-sanie ; as tiicy are determined
to sell Goods a3 low if not lower than any other
House west of St. Joseph. Lravingjust received a
largo and well selected Stock of Spring and Summer
Goods also a 1 superior Stock of Family Groceries
with Hardware, Glass and Qiecnsware, Furniture,
Saddlery, 'Iron, 4c" '.' 'K "
; , -Come one and all, ' '' . '
' - r..-. i r For well we. know ; . . . , 1 , . '
V. ' r: Again you'll call,
- t' ' ".- We'll sell so lotr.v '' -' - " '
-l - : Of Goods the best, ,r " I . .
' And proSt3 small,
Vre'll beat the rest, -- '
. . And,suit youall. ...
Our Stock of Dry Goods baviag been purchased in
tho Eastern cities, we flatter ourselves that we can
surpass our competitors in the lo prices and good
qualities of our Stock, and earnestly believe all will
make by calling and seeing for them.dves before
purchasing elsewhere, ' CAREY, JONES, A CO.
. N. B. Country Produce of all kinds taken in ex
change at the highest prices, for Goods. June 7, '58.
DANIEL 20 OK,
VnOLE3ALB XXO K3Tim
JU 3? XZ. sr, 1 St 9
; ; .. " Oregon, Halt County, 3Io. -,.' '
Has in Store: . ' - ,
Pure White Lead,
Linseed Oil, - ' :
Spanish; Whiting; - ,
.White Chalk, ,
Spanish, Brown, ,
Cream of Tarter,
Salpher Carb. Soda
Vinegar, , . ...
Turpentine, '' V
Copcras, -, ; ; . . .
Saltpeter, " '' " ;
Vol. Oil do,
Morland's do, : : '
Nervcr and Bono do,
Farrels do, ' '
Louden's do,: ';'"
Caster Oil, .
- Ex. Logwood,
" Blue Stone,'-";
Alum, . .
. Ground Ginger,
' Root -' do, - '
Saint Louis Glue,
Chromo -do, t-"
r do yellow, ...
White Zink do,
" Whale do,' " ' '
. Champian's do, -
Jayan's ' do,
i Loudon's ' do,
Rad war's R. R..
Davis Pain Killer,
Fahnestock's Ter..' :
Stone's Cough Candy,
- McLanc's Liver Pills.
iviiuuil a Liu.
In addition td the above. I have the largest Stock
of Druggist and Physicians Shop furniture, Chemi
cals, Surgical ' instruments, and Patent Mediciens
ever offered for sale i a this Country. . . . ."
Merchants and Physicians of Iowa, Kansas and
Nebraska, are respectfully invited -to give me a calL
June7, 1S56.-. -i DANIEL ZOOK.
A. 13. IIOLLABIRD & CO.,
; - - Machinists; Fonnders and '
v Tront Slreet, West f Saiti,
; CINCINNATI, O,
Would most respectfully inform their friends and
the public generally, that they are now pre
pared to execute all orders in their line, with prompt
ness. Having lately enlarged their shop and with
the increased facilities they now jkmscbs, they hope to
merit a continuation of the liberal patronage which
has heretofore been extended to them. '
Saw Mill : Engines of erery . Description.
Constantly on han ?: consisting of the rfash, Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears and every description of
(. astings, warranted to be well made in every particu
lar. - . .- -
They have also a Boiler Yard attached to their
establishment, which enables them to oversco all
work in that line furnished by them, and are pre
pared to work en as reasonable terms as any other
shop in tho country." ;
-.Those in want of anything in c-cr line, would do
well to give us a call and examine our new patterns.
B. W.IEWI3 ; ;
JAME3 T. LEWIS
- , vnoa. j. BARTHorx)V
; -B. W. 'LEWIS & BROS
MAXTFACTrHEEa OF ALL-DE?CrTIOX OP '
CHE Wl-HQ TOBACCO.
.,;r lazAsqow, iiissovli. ,
THANKFUL for tho very liberal patronage that
we have heretofore received from our numerous
friends and customers, and while respectfully solicit
ing a'continnance of the same,' pledging ourselves to
spare neither pains nor expense to Kierit the patron
age of the public, wo beg lcavq to announce. that
Vv illiara J. Lewis bns withdrawn from our firm, and
Thos. J. Bartholow is admitted a partner from this
date, the style of thef firm remaining unchanged, and
that wo 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 during the coming Season per
sonally wait upon our customers for. the purpose of
soliciting. their orders. Ourstock held over from last
year of all descriptions is unanimously largo, the
quality of which cannot fail to irirc entire satisfac
tion to consumers. ... - B. W. LEWIS A Bros.
Glasgow, Mo January (1,1853:
Steel Flow Factory,
Market Square, St. Joseph, Mo. : .-
WILLIAM M. CARTER,
MANUFACTURER, of Prairie plows of all sizfs;
one and two horso Plows and Shovel-plows,
Cultivators and Harrows. All orders ( under five-hun
dred plows) filled immediately. Liberal discount to
l. forsyth & .co.. . -
" COMMISSION 'MER CHANTS
And Freight -Agents,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO "RAILROAD.
No. 3, Olive Street, ft. Lonis, Mo.
r.i . - JVM. McFADIN & CO., I
FOR WARDING COMMISSION
No. 23 Levee, and 56 Corainercial street,
i ! St. Louis, Mo. ".
- Especial attention given tsales of nEMIROFE,
Provijion?fc Flour, Grain, Ac, Consignments sc!cit
ed, and promptly disposed of.' . ' ; 1 " ' fc
JIICIIAEL picGmZt :
Saddle and Harness .Ilakcr,
East side of Main, bet. Francis and Felix St.,
; ..... st. josEPir. mo.;? ; , ;
THANKFUL" for past fivors, begs leave to inform
tho public,' that 'he has just rtarnod from St.
Louis with as fine as assortment of materials as has
ever been purchased In that market.
-His stock consists of asoperior article of Skirting
Harness, bridle leather, hog, calf, and shco skins
fine goat morocco, and a surpassingly beautiful arti
cle of enameled leather of varies L.ucs.'r
Ho has every variety of saddle tree x. from the real
Mexicana and English, Beard's and Grimslej'i pat
ent, down to the common fall-ba;k. - He oa hand
and will continue to keep saddles, saddle-bag, bri
dles, martingales, halters, collars, v hips of every
quality, whip-laches, hamcs, traces, spr3, Ac. 11m
also, coach, buggy, Pennsylvania, ytakee, cart an J
He has not now. nor wilL he keep any ether thnn
No 1 worknienjaridhisinstructionstothemarencst-
ness and strength. lie, therefoTC, feels no hesitation
in saying that his work will telJcra bo equaled, no
where surpassed. ..... ......
As email profits and quick saiTc, is his motto, he
pledges himself, to soil (consideriiig the quality cf
the articlo) lower than any house west cf the Alle
gheny Mountains J - ' '' ;
;: Tbcw disposed to rn?pect kia cf gassing, Lav oa
ly tocnll to hosuredof their mstil:o. T. .
St. Joapb, Agn? SP,1Sj?.. TlcLW'-' ' : ' "
1 it. w:::r-:r:iror.. .r.. jJ.rrtTTr.::"?.
J. T. 5ASTIX
. '. . .7,'kJ?l D-r-r, in - -
. rONNET.3 AND STRAY GUOD3.
. T0. 1-iJ MAIN STRHT1T, 4 .
"""(First doer above the Eank of Missouri.)
JXTCash paid for Fur3 and Deer Skins.
REAL " ESTATE AGENCY.
J. V. LZ.
CLAYE3 Sj LET!, .
Real - Efctaf o and General ; Agency,
' OMAHA CITY, N. T. . . ' .
!" ' " References. V" " "'"'".
James Trri?!t,.Ervker, : - . : ' 'Nttr York, ,
Wm. A. Woodvnr .1. Esq. . - .,.
Hon. K. Wood, Ex-Gor. of Ohio, '" CI !ve!,iad, -Wicks,
Otic aal Ercnneil, Bankers, "
AlcottA Morton, . . . . " .
CuLRoLdrtCamrbcil, - ' "' St. Louis,'' '.
James Ridgway, E.-q. .. "; . f . w'
Crawfom and Sackctt' . ' ' Chicago. .'
Omaha City, Aug. 30,1353. 'vlnl. My '
JAME3 CARlJILL. . " GEO. W. CAUGILL.
"J.-& G. TV. CAUGILL,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Steamboat Landiny, St. Joseph, 3Io.
CONSIGNMENTS cf G00J3 and ProJaco
respectfully Solicited, and all business entrust
ed to us will be promptly and carefully attended to
at the lowest rates. . f , . ' ,
; v References.
Taylor ft Shepherd, - : - '
R. L. MoGhee A Co.,
Livermore, Cooley A Co., '
' Merchants Oenerally, . . , St. Joseph.
BROWN & CO.,'
No. 73, Ilain Steet, Su Louis; 21 o
SPRING STOCK COMPLETE. .
The cheapest anJ most extensive Fancy
. Goods and Yankee Notions EstaUish-
' cicnt in the Wesrn Country. ' ' .
MERCHANTS in search of cheap goods are invi;
ted to examine ourstock of silks, dress goods,
shawls, white goods, Embroideries, ribbons, gloves
and hosiery, trimmings, furnishing rood3 and small
wares gene: ally, together with 13,000 Parasols
of the latest and most fashionable styles, at manu
facturers' prices." ' ' . '
Cash buyers, close -purchasers, and prompt men
will find our stock adapted to their wants in every
articular. A call from the trado is respectfully so
icited. . Tlnl2tf
August 23, 1805,
JOnN COLUOUN & BROTHER,
Sign of tho Padlock, one door below the Post-OCce.
;. . ?o ST. JOSEPH, MO.. ' '
TrnOLESALS AXO RETAIL DEALER3 IS
HARDWARE .AND CUTLERY.
A RE now receiving a full and complete assortment
IX. ot all kinds cf Hardware and Cutlsry, to which
they invito tho attention of purchasers. Our stock
having been purchased on the mo t advantage
ous terrn3, we are determined to sell at such prices
&8 win do sausiaciory w puyers. . . - .
Do not forget to give us a call boforo you purchase
elsewhere, or you may regret it. ....
2 MAMMOTH STOCK.
33Vi.ll cs "Winter .GroocLs.
- - POWEL, LEYY &r CO,-
Arc now Receiving ore cf the Largest
and Best Selected Stocks of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, .
EYER offered in St. Joseph, which they intend
offering to tho Trade at prices which will com
pare favorably with theso of goods in St. Loui? We
solicit buyers to call and examine our stock before
making their purchases.
; Among the articles they ofTer for sale are.
40 bales brown sheeting; 200 pi'es flanl, all Tades
5 bales wnaburg; 250 u satincttesf
19 ahirting, striped; 13!) tw'ds and cas'r?:
5. cylincr bagging; 5 bales seamless bag;
400 pieces plaid liney; 10 cases ticking;
.10 cases M'chcd shirting and sh'ting; 23 dot shawls;
20. pair three plcet green mackinaw blankets; .
20 scarlet '
40 ".. blue .. . ' . :. . . ' v
8 cases brown and bleached drilling; 160 pair sad
Wholescda Retail Department
" B. W. DONNELL. " A. 11. SAXTOX.
. ;ponnell & saxton. :
Arrangement for Fall '5G, Winter
Tiin rrorLTu's store.
. ST. JOSEPH, MO.
New' Goods" ree'd by every Steamboat.
More ox them: Cheaper than ever.
WE aro prepared to offer Extra Inducements
this season, and ciil attention to our laro
Stock of . . . .
DRY GOODS, '
LADIES' DRES3 GOODS, (Latest Styles
READY MADE CLOTHING,
. WINTER GOODS, . .;
Hats. Caos. Cooti and SHp. fmi Ut,,'
Grocencs, Na ils, Hardware, Crockery Wnpe Ac.
v-aa4 puj.i iot nemp, on neiivery, at all times. .
- Fnrniturc and Upliolstry "
Of Great Variety.
' At the Eanner Furniture Ware Eoom3 of '
' ; l IIENTON & TRDIBLE; :
Oh Second Street, Sljn nf tU Chair and Bcdtlcad.
THE continued liberal patronage of the citizen of
St. Joseph, North Western Missouri, Kanjias Na-bnu-ka
and Western Iowa, for all of which we'fed
thankful, has induced us to increase our facilities for
doing business. Having built last sprin-, a very
large Manufactory Establishment on Francis street,
and having employed some of, tho very best w.n-kmcn
in tne Eastern cities, we are now dctermi red not to
the Missouri alley, ia quantity,.fr.iality,dnr.ihility,
styles and i rices. ar stock cor.-lks in part of Rose
wood, aliiut and Mahogony Bureaus, marbM tad
solid top3 of every style; extension, ccntro,caid.diri
ing and. sido table: Eo.k ciacs. Wash standi Work
tab.es and Wradrolcs, Sofas, divarj, ottomans and
footrtovls, spring seat parlor chairs, rocking, nurse,
ebzabeth chairs cf every variety. Mah gny, wal
nur; cherry and maj,lo belstea.ls of every stylo and
variety. Spring, luiir, moss, cotton and shuck mat
tresses, together, with all other articles ia cur
hue, usually kept in "a Furni'tare Warero.-m. . We
say then to all who may want gxxl Furniture, either
for betels, parlors or bed rwrns, give i auall and ex
amine onr wprk and prices, and we think you' will
leavo your money bore iu place of sinding it to Sf
Lonis and getting an iafericr article at the lame
price you cau get a gnod ono here at. '
Our motto is the cash system, which wlllenaV! ns
to sell at smaller profits than ours or any other es tab
lishment can do where the credit system i3 adopted.
N. 15, The highest prico paid for scanned Wall
nut and Cuerry Lunber.
St.-JosephAug 33, 1S3 vla!2tf - , .:
'.' : TJITIT2D STATT3 .
' - OMAHA CITY, N. T.-" :
OEQUHIED to bo in attendance oficiulty vpon all
tne lerai oi tno iu.nctand buprtoio Court of
the 1 emtory, triers his Professional services to such
as noed their:.- He Cattars himself tLathis facilities
for gaining a knowledge cf th? prsct;cs in each Dis
trict, will cnahlo hli to pre eutUfaciion tosuca as
cntntst their b'jnnc-s to 'r.; -r3 . - ,
Omaha City, Juat 7, l5
X nish Fara-.ers and wh.'A
'Csr.nt leasn . ik .
for tba rrcsr.nt inn . i. .
I "..vtwuij;. I ia
particnlarlyof the nnts cf
are too well krnwn , uc, ii,.
are too well kr.owa tfc-i,v. If ? V
.tolling; but th fa a ltCT
he coming crop, mad f the W ?
ranted to do ;xd wo:;k. '
. I have nisss many riluabli m-' ;
machines within thelastyr .iT'7"5"
in warranting them riperior ticY - y
lam also irerariayalarj, ?
Improved Clover na
patented in 1351. wh:cb are
patent of I3U,beinj i itsf
ahead of it la other ;rpectj. Til
factored under tha" jiainedit f'
p;renle?, who hs peraanea'.ly locJT
.The above cut represents mr f !;
tor," and is desf-ned ejpejv.1'
use." . .
Im al.'o a.nt for YcCormli.v, v '
ER and MOWING MACHLVE.S
J. R- M0FFITT.I1qua,.M:2,
JU3T OFE-JTED AT T1IS RtAD C
i COUNCIL BLUFFS, iS
WHERE may 1m found alar. '
of COOKS "AND STATIC
everything in their liae, consisting 4
Histories and Biographies,
Narratives and Travels,
- School Eooks, ' ' :
- Misscellaneous. Worls, - . ;
' Lives of Emic nt Persons, .
" ' Agricultural Works,
Standird Poctiial Worla,
t . Song Cooks, , . .
' Ilibk-3 and Ilynn Rooks, '
- ' Novels and Light Raauinj r-
- " Elank Locks, '
Paper, Pens an Iik, ' :
, Cards and Gift Book,' ' '
Toys and Fanrr'' lriners, '
Portfolios anl Albnms.
And a thousand other tseful and
in tho line. '
Al3o, red, black ano. tlue I5K3,of o,r
Ufacturo, Whtl5al4 n" id .Eetail, is.chnf x"
bad in St. Louis, and irLrrandof thtwu
put up in qusrt, pint half-pint S,tit
four and two ounce bottjes. , . I
Professional men wlhing a Dill cf
Can bo supplied here (it 80 per cent
Ushers prices, we paying all costs and lti .
at the snortesS notice. Oar amwai'TU t
any STANDARD HOOKS pricui is ;
ted States. ' ' ' j
Call and. set our a tot k w are wt Yr
will serve our customers to the best of wrkJ
Our prices, wc arffsurt fill bo satisfactory (
.: .' .u CRAIG SaXjC'
Council Elan. Iowa, Jnno Uj8-Tlnl ;
Try ' 1
Piincipal Office No. J2, N. Mr
' -st. Louis; mistv: '
BEG lcavt to in!Vrm t jo pullie, tb&t tb?y j
extended their Ejrprers Line tolb'up' Itft. j
ing complied .wit'vtho.muisition of tier CV,
and being fully ofiinlanj.are now prpariMi'jii
act a -' ' - '
; - General Agency Binca
TffPa w1lTll Ilia iiflAn.ltil il A nr -Til!
etor, is a euarantea of ljil satisfaction rwdwt ,
it will always be Ih j aii .ind taJy ef the Ls-!
of this Company; to gira every possible JacL;
the speedy and safe trails nissi-jn cf ' I
Money, Valuable Packages, TarreM.
Dandles of Gcod., .llcrchaniijri J
and everydescriptibn of Freigfit,on reaWoif;
to all points on tho Misuari River, aud stii ;
with other resjonible Exprexi Ccinpani1;, If '
York, New Orleans.. Eo?tin, niiladelphiaCl
Cincinnati, I'urlipgtcn, Uuisviilc, Rock hbail
phis, Putsburgh and Enfaliv and to t'.W
town and villiage in the United Sutcs,tr:?J
tralia and Calirornin.
A Messenger will be pat-ii th9 iwwitcwt! j
ha, making weekly trips, teliretn bere sail 51 1
seph, there connecting vritli oOr daily line to
and all rviir.ti imiv. i KoTr i.f thF3;r
l - v . I V J U v . . . '
the patronage tf the public is reopwtful'ij
All business catnistod t us, w "llmoetwi'.hih1
rnergrjc na prompt ittcntKiti b;eaiui
characterized this Eiwm. ar.il mnii it d--'
In Yi'estern Exjjcks buslrxHx. J
, ; : JJIKliCTOS., . !
. r Lonis. '
Edwakd Mkad. ' S ixtrx Jl-'Ct
W. V.. W. RZKXAD, Jc.tLH-W'.T.wU j
Jdsepu F. lliniAKPsoy. '
C F. Barhy, Alfin. - ' W. J. IV.or.l,
: - . JCSEPII F. -KICI1AIU0S, r'-
S. M. Gbat, Secy. "
'Vln2.- liErt Ktlb, General Ar-
Improved Little Giant
CORN & COB FL ANTATIOX
rrico 2Toclxxcod .
THE subscriber has purchased exclusive
Territory ia the i,:svt the above
Mills, and is prepared to furnish tbem at I1 -s
either wholesale or retail,aBdgul:raateediBU',,'
positive manner. - ' , .
It is now more than a year nines the .
"liittlc Giant". ;
Was introduce J to- the piillic, daring bie
bai been constantly growirg in the lT3 Zf,
Tho improvements recently effected and P-v.
makes it the most perfect machine net 0-;
general farm uw. It is furaishcd ready l ' '
team, and weighs as follow.): No. I, 225
No. 3, 400, No. i, 503 tot n U Twenty !
when onco adjastcJ, it cen wiib f"ty h
to a boy. Full direction; iccon:pony eai!
No 1, $-"'5, will grind 8 hi BicaJ per hourwi"1
Kl Ad. " Til m u 1
EI7" Liberal discount to dcalor?.
; Jims ii. cruCrtict,
No. C3 Lrcast street, bet. 2J a
June ia, 15. vl-nl- ..St.Loatf.'"
. J. T. POWnALL. . . . B.S.C1S-
DOAVDALL, CAim A Cd .
Engine and Llacldio Mannfact
Corner Second and M or""!in StrceU.
ST. LOWS, MO. '
MAXTFACTURERS of ?tc.im Engines tndj
er Saw and Grt Mill M.whinT 1
Srcwsaad IVcses, Lard Kettles Lard r.,
Cylinders, Wool Carding Machines. YoanJ
Smut Machines. Enildirig Custings ' !. try
vAJ n':nis kt rr.o Fallot jimij u
pcrior MACHINE CARD3
fOCNG-S PATENT J5MCT MACHINE.
?d, alwavs suwci-fal, l'u.ly Guarantied "
superior MACHINE CARD 3
ioc.orca abator sale by -
...... , . . ---
.: ; DOWALL UAUi" r if.
. - aiaingwa jr junary, '
Jpi:u, LAII c J
ij.iiti., jf 1.-'. ' rt
Wo wou!d rusptctfJ-iy vfifaKi
N. 15. v
v, .... A.
and Coupty i'airs wbet, titS
radcient to induce a.l tUn it
chine, t pur:h;ise ons nf vJ . 1
At a practical test (,f this
with the best of tho tvx-u it
received the highest r,nniea l.,.'"2'1-"4
I have a lar nmi, ,r . 1 "t
, . ..tiu,a.i o?un:y .13a wjoiuiri - ,,1
wo have alwavs rtf hartkailjr-o ani c-.
enpyl cf LU;.II!i:iI, wUeh we cn furn1"
" rit j than .i.iy mil ia fig Territ(.ry.
-arke jrj.-es jai f t-.tUrs dclirurcJ lB
oros th bank cftin river.
All or .uts acr., r.rnniid with ths ca.,'1 '.'
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