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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1857)
Lord-Palmcrston is now securely
established as Prime Minister of Eng
land for some time, and Lord Derby
has no cliancc of displacing him. The
triumph is so great as to enable the
Minister to carry out his War policy in
China, wliich it appears the people are
anxious to pursue.
The Times, in speaking of Cobdcn
and Bright, who have lost their seats,
"For ten years wo have 'opposed
those two gentlemen in well nigh every
' act of their public lives, and yet now
wc most honestly say that wc deeply
regret to see their names erased from
the-xoll-call of. the House of Commons!
the names of John bright and Richard
ICobden."-'" " ; ' : -
These two men 'wcro particularly
'active in opposing the castigation of
the barbarians.' .' .
- . Tho Emperor of the French has his
Jiands full.. . There is no doubt but that
his life has been again attempted. Ar
rests go, on continually, and the police
appear to. be aware of. some vast con
spiracy. .Although a great many no
Lrcs have given in their adhesion to the
Imperial Government, -dissatisfaction
and ill will are still at work; The cel
ebrated minister and financier, Thiers,
who was the pupil of the great Talley
rand, is evidently on very good terms
in secret with the Emperor, who docs
not employ him at. present, but he will
no doubt take place at the proper time.
- The sultan of Turkey, the Pacha of
Egypt, and other eastern parties, have
given orders for large quantities of
highly expensive jewelry to the great
bullion houses and jewellers of Paris.
. A vast amount of capital has also been
. circulated among the shop-keepers and
artizans in making preparations for the
ensuing coronation. An American
. gentleman who was recently presented
to the Emperor and Empress on a court
dav, describes the former as bein a
little wrinkled, care-worn, and grey
headed man, with a piercing eye, and
the latter as all that ist bland, beautiful,
end captivating. ; r " ,;
'. Tho Fostmastcr General. has pub
lished an advertisement inviting pro
posals, according to act of the last
Congress, for carrying the overland
mail to CaliferniajScmi-montljeeLly,
and scmi-weeklj- trips each Tvay. The
stipulations of the aci under.Trhich this
service is to he perfoi'fncd; are brief:
it authorizes the Postmaster ; General
. to" contract for carrying . tho entire
letter mail," from such r point on the
Mississippi as the i'contractor .'mar se
lect to Saa Francisco, for six years, at
a ;cost not; exceeding 300,00()'' for
semi-emonthly, : 450,000 for ivekly;
and $000,000 for semi-vreckly trips, at
the Option of the postmaster General:
The service'td be performed- ivitli good
iour jiorse coacnes or :spnng yragons
suitable for the -conveyancerof passen
gers; iand - the security of . the' ' mails.
f-.-r. x . v - r -j ? 'a ,
xaca inp 10 uc periormeu m iwcnty-
. STc ddys; . ' .;;;.;;;;!'r;:.:J
.J Col. Sumner, with a force of, cbqut
one Imndred men, has-been ordered
agaliist:;tlie Iowa and -Cheyenne In
dians.': On: the restoration of peace in
those quarters he, yrill pr.dcced with hisi
troops to .Utah. .. . . j .. - ?.
, r .
1 Sunday 'ixCniCAGO. The: Chicago
Tines-furnishes. as uita a lively pic
tnro'of Sabbath-day existence In that
"Here in Chicago-on- Sunday 'Ve
hive fifty-six clufclies open during the
forenoon aiid evening r but the same
ttrne there are not leS3 than eightyjball
rooms, in each of . whicli the bind '
play from' morning till midnight, j and
waiting; goes on without1 intermission.
In' addition to these ' festivities j we
have tro theatres, each with its per
formers in tights and very short gar
ments, rivaling lllslcr in their grace
ful evolutions. Saloons haVe their
front doors closed by proclamation, but
do a thriving business through side en
. It .13; generally.. rumored that Mr.
Buchanan's health is not good.- '' "
'JJr.. AValkcr lias not yet deft Wash
ipr. Strlngfellow,. tbc"; leader of the
pro-slaycry party, and-Gen. 'Lane are
" now in Kansas, and- nr$ on.rthe .bcst
terms imaginable. The papers repre
sent tac . rec qnciUatlon of th e two anti
thetical incongruities as ."the lion and
. the lamb lying xlown together." I ''
.Col. Benton is in-Now York, pass-
: ing a few weeks with pel. Fremont."r
'Lieut. Governor irComas, of.Vir
glni:i has Tes:gned'i The constitution
" of t'.iat State makes Vo proVisicn for a
pucccricr .till the Governor's election ;
nnd if Gov.Tise should die'er resign,
there is no ciT.ccr provided by law' to
fill his place. 'v: 1 - " :J c' : .t ;;l
A merchant can get; along . .without
advertising: so cnira "wagon .without
grcV"?, bnt it goes. hard, .and. squeaks
at evcrv turn. "' '" "; '.
e xp o r t3 ; . frc m the
rear .amounted Id
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Buchanan Life and General
Insuranco Oo.r .
OUieo cor 21 aad Julc ts.,
ST. J Q SEP II,. MO. '
CHAKTEnKD XT THE LIST SESSION OF TfiE MO. LEG.
Authorized Capital $3,000,000. ,
' - .J D1SECTOKS. ?
J. R. Jennings, I. K. Howard, J. A. Owei !. Milion
i To tb. John Colbuiin.Johu II. Likens, .Li.lciicik,
Jaiacs Kay, . J. McA'Lan, A. Kj. Mansneer,
McA&uax, Sec'. " "' J '
IS now ready to receive application for L;.fe, Fire,
Marine and River f.Vs. A caih return of 2.r per
cent, will be allowed on cargo preminms. Losses
promptly adjusted, and the usual facilities givco to
the patrons of the ofiice.
Aril ICth, 1S57.
1 b u'lllltTPn J T. nnZTKK.
Oregon, Mo. Crowtvillc, N. T. ; Ory oao.
FORWARDING &' COMMISSION'
, aiEUCHANT;3. I: J
HARDWARE Ss QUEENSWARK,1
Grooorios, V !
Provisions, Produce," i etc., etc.,
b no wx villi:, n. t.
St. Joseph Gazette, Kansas Herald, Jefferson City
Enquirer and St. Louis Republican copy six months
and charge this cffico. . ' J
April iCth, 13j7. , . . 44-lj
. TIIOS. II. LAllKIN & CO. '
WIIOLESxVLE GROCERS. :
. SO Ltvet and cor. Commercial St., .
ST. LOUIS, MO..
tSpocial attention given to sales ef HEMP
and WHEAT. No orders taken for tho purchase
of IIcuip, directly or indirectly. .,. . '. . . i
- April 16th, 1S57. ' " ' ' ;41-3ni
SADDLES, Bridles, Martingale.', Cheeks, and ev
ery variety of goods In this line can be had at
HOBLITZELL A GO'S.
. II. A. .TERRY, & CO. v
Wnaj-ESALE AND KETJLIL DEALERS JX
ARDENand Flower Seeds, Fruit Trees, Shrubi,
Vine?; etc., ete
;s of assorted Garden Seeds con'-tanlly
on hand, for
wile low. ..Council Bluff, Iowa.
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: L WHOLSSaLB AND RETAIL'
SCARIIITT & 3IASONr ! :':
WE take p'casure in saying to our friends and
the public, in general, that our stock of -Fine.
aieaium,-ana unnraon t urni tare, as well as .Mat
tresses and Bedding, was never moro complete and
deserving tae attention of purchasers, either at
wholesale or rotail in full suits or singls articles
tnan at present
I ?pare r.o effort to keep the'mcst'comrilctc
. in oar linol in the West.- Onr GoodVare
a sorunent m oar lino,
made here, ks well as East, by tho best workmen.
and thus combine the greatest . variety and latest
styles, with thechcapest and most sub3tanti;it.
" Dealers, as Veil as all other purchasers are In
vited to call and. look through our Mainiabth Ware
liooms .. 't ; ... ') .r i re
orders also, from all parties having f arnUore to
buy for themselves or others are especially solicited,
with the assurr.nco of our best endeavors to merit a
oonthjuane ef tho liberal coiildence and patronage
wo have so long received, ' ' ' '.. --'i '.: z.
. SCARRITT & MASON.-
Wasbington Ave. between 2nd andCd.Sti.i
" Matv-h 10th, '57' ' r " . . J 4C-Sm
, ilTotice. to the Public. -
"OEIXG informed that certain parties arc cirrxLit-
J.J ingreports that maj,withoutbeingcontradieted,
operate injuriously, to tho-Town of .Nemaha city,
vii : That I am not the legal owner of thp own si)-
that. I had on a former occasion sold it to ,c tier
Krties and am now violating an agreement said to
va been entered into between myself and Iho
parties, referred to and further, that suit has been
or is about being brought to recover interests said
to bo claimed by these parties. . I
The whole affair is without any foundation "what;
ever. No agreement has ever bcin entered into be
tween myself and any party fcrtoartiesbut'whatl am
prepared to faithfully Jtjia'lLriThe flrtiqljj referridto
above, is said to have been entered into soui'KUtciii
allr. BallarT, a. Mr: Donavtir, a Mr. YyatL' aT JlrJ
uoiij ana owners, oi wnora ltnow notiiugD Itever
saw but two or three f the gentlemen; or tcaid'of
them except at connected with these fiying ruijors.
If my signature appears as a party.in the articje cf
agreement said to exist it is forged as" it vraiJ never
placed there with my knowledge or consent.' 1
l If these gentlemen haveai they claim, auy.rights
to property in Neniaha city,, or differcneos wj'tb mo.
why do they not call on me in person. J hav e iecn
informed that a person said to represent them tis
been in ibis county on several occasions arid eVcni'n
tli Town of Nemaha city making the assertion's, re
ferred to, but has never made his .business known to
me, al though I wa3 in my residence and he but a few
rods distant. , It is pin in, I think, for any, and every
one tosce that the whole affair has been gotten up
to injure the Town of 3s"maha city, or a rus to secure
an interest therein. " ;:
Thus much I have thought proper to ay in, this
public manner, and further to announce, that should
the parti ;s referred to bring suit, I am prepared to
meet them. : . . . .
emahft City, . T. I, : , . -.!...-,-.. , -,,
March 2lst, 1357...
JKFFKRSGN P. CAS IDT,
, ) MAI
. ) Net
JAS. D. TEST, -
is. d. winTn.
CASS.VDY, TEST, BIDEN & CO.,
" (Successors to Itiden f: White.) : -
NEBRASKA CITY, N. T.
TTAYIXO made arrangements by which we will
JLJL receive accurate copies of all the Tcwnnhips
emoraeea in tbe Eastern p)rtirra of ebrAskn, we
are now prepared to offer our services to the '' -. ,
"SQUATTERS OF THE TERRCTTjMlT'
In Filin;: Declaratory StatemcBts of'"
' Intention to Preempt. Securing1 .
; Pre-emptions, Locating Laud
t Warranty and , , ; , , i: -
ENTERING LAND. '.u.u .
LAND WARRANTS HOUGUT :& SOLD
- -v Land Entered on Tirac&o.', 'i
Particular attention rait "to I'.uTinr and 'Sellinr
' Froperty n commission: Also, to making Collection?
and forwarding remittances tq any part of the uaion.
lIanksof nil kinds always en band.:, ,
Iloa. A. A. IJralford, .,
S. F. .?fuewolls, . ,
Messrs. Dohn in A West,
Peter A. Keller, -
.Thomas Lnm pkin, ". ' r.
June 2S ISjfi. yi-n-t -
Nebraska. City.r... ;
Pt. Joseph,' Mo'.,
t - ; .-
. ' B, We would. rcspootfally' Lifonri the citl
ens of Nemaha county and adjoining Misscvuri tliat
we have alwnvs on hand a larjre and well fielijcje
supply of LUitlDlUEj which we can funii.n alj low
er rates than any mill in the' Territory. ,
Market prices paid for logj delivered at t5io yard
or on the bank cf the river. . "n ' - '." ; 1 i
All orders af.-onipanied with tho cch,wi'.l xiicciv
our immediate attention - . ... 1
HardvrAxc, Cutlery and; Ir on.
ALARG V. aspcrip-it '. ' ' ;
THIS b?autiful Town Site is situated 5 miles
North-west of Brownville on the Territorial road
leading to Nemaha City,St. Georg Glen Rock, and
Nebraska Cjty. It is well sopplicd with' ex?"?nt
water, is ncarthe centre of iCcraaha county. " i.icb is
the best settled and improved count v in the Territory: L
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ana irom its location ana cue proximity to iimow
and building material, cannot fail to become a good
and flot rishiiig inlind towr. Measures "imve been
already, taken to erect a 'Mating arid School
b ouse, a blacktiinith's shop, d welling houses and stores
Immediately. i ;
AH parties dft-irousuf locating or parcbnVrg cap
bo aeeommodatcd on reasonable terms bv making
application at the Tavern (in London, t lints caH
befeen by ai-iilvinz to JOHN IIAUMAM, or
IIOUERT HEAP. -Apr.il
23d, 1337. -lt
... MTHERSON, .........
1 ' JIORRISONl & IIUTCHINS,-
LTavo just Received
At their Kew Building
OJf THE. LEVEE t
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of ' "
OF EVERY STYLE
QUALITY" AND TRICE,
: t- Which they intend to sell .
Lower than the Lowest ! ! !
At their New Establishment you will find
everything needed in the Western . . .
country, from a bar of soap
to xv broadcloth coat.
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
X K D
Sold Remarkably Low.
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NEW' AND HICH' EMBROIDERIES,'
FltlKQES, FANS FANCT GO ODS,
.. . 1 . . ' -
. . . .. .
v ; Dress:
' Silks, " Saitins - and Slippers,
.... : . '
j. . - - A' large and complete assortment of
BONNETS AND BONNET TRIMMINtSS,
. r of every stylo and quality, .
. Cloths, Casiraercs, and Vestings -
'; - READY MADE SHIRTS,
To fit the Million!!.
. t 1. . . 1 . . . . . .
Of the best manufacture and of superior
' " i ' Workmanship. "
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That will make an ugly man handsome '-:
"''' c and a lady of beauty more lovely,-
iiAr 'and ;-caps
-r That will lit Uh'd i 144 . 1 everybody: .
Boots - and Shoes,
From the infantile articlo of red morocco,
; to the graceful boot of the gentle- :
. man's walking costume.. j ...
. ,,.11:010, the bes; fuunufacturors -
HOME , AND - ABROAD
,:Sold at Eastern Prices.
- Genuine-' Imported Oarpeting. ,1
Of JCcw' "hnd'Efcgant' designs;
. J V.'
t.-..'-i lo l.m-' : -' '' "
-..Cliina,- Glass; and Queensvrare. -:
PORTE MONNAIES; SILK PURSES,
And a thousand articles., ranging in regular gra-
W!nn r nripe and imDortanne, from tho rnmative
the ancient eooso Quill, to thousand i
dollar shawl. . . i-v' "1 -i
n,.. ?nnot n.1 i.itive raodcEtv forbid us lavisa-
r . - . '
vui t .
ing glowing encom! urns upon our Spring btock oi.
Goods, and we ask you to call and see f of yourselves
WE CHALLENGE THE WEST.
and furthermore: j
- MAKE NO CHARGE
- wmnrnpnw , if rTTTCrt V -X- TTrTTPITTXS J
h.ir. l-:v. r.i',.i i:- -
Iwu'olejjale ;akd eetall .
1 j P:
,r.rr,. mjioceries, . ;
vLBOOT SHOES, f-.-s
. r jMATS: VAI. ,ir:?. y
Nails, Stoves -Plows; Furniture, etc,
? - vgOiNORA,-MO.- .-.-v-;. , ;..
AprilSth,.lSj7.r. ! ? ,
isOOO lbs." of Bacon. For sale, heap for
Cash. bTifT1" - LYFOSD & HORN;
April 9 th, 1S57.
IiniIEI)IATELTV' by the' unbfjcriber, seteral gtod
Carpenter, -and to such thn best wages will be
given. : Apply to
' 1 :t C 1 W5 WilEELF.R ?
rrwnvilla, If.T Apr!
if !11 , Li II J !
I ' ft ' ; vi
Just Keivcd v
Per Steamer "Silver. JIvoU,"
CASH AITD PRODUCE STORS
hi iu (fjia i udh Oi
MCALLISTER; DOZIER & CO.
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Calico and,Ernwn Sug'tf -
Fish Hooks and Clothes Tins, at
' McAllister DOZIE1V&: c&sr:
' Ginghams and Molasses,
i Steel Tens and Wash Board',
McALLISTER, DOZIER & CO's.
Salt and Brass Kettles,
" Tar and Fiho Combs, at' ,
McALLISTFK, DOZIER jCO's.
-1 " - - i- - ' 1 -
Lawns and Ox Yokes,
Tin Ware and Crushed Sugar, at
. .McAllister, dozier & go's.
' Bleached Muslin and Bed Cords, .
.'Shirt Collars and Fiddle Strings, at -
, - McAllister, dozier & co's.
Denims' drawing knives, . . ( , . .
Do Lainsand dried apples, at " :
HcALLISTER, DOZIER & CO's.
Silk liandkcrchiefs and hand Saws, .( ...c ' . .,
' Blacking and pain kilter, at ' '. ' '
,; ' :McALLISTER'D6ziER& CO's.
Floor "and. irisli. linen,. ': . .
Black pepper andbar lead, at
; McAllister;,dozier & co's.
Hows and powler V W ,
i uckci &iiivca u.uu percussion caps, ,ac .
:! McAllister, dozier & :'c6;s.v '
Bl'k silk cravals and cod fish,
Lace mitts and wall paper, at
z ;; 1 MeALLISTER DOZIER & CO'
Coffee and fine shirts, : r - a . r
Ked and white flannel and ipbbacQo at , .
McAllister,; rpziER ':c'oi''
Bico and ladies undersleeves, . . ; .
Kutmeg graters and Queens ware, at ' ' ;
McAllister, dozier & . co's.
Glass and Ayers' cherry Pectoral,
Carpet Siicks and hardware, at .
. McAllister, dozier'&;.co;s.
- Ladies hosiery and log chains, . . .
i.1UeiUC3UUU SUUVCI3, at . .,
: ' McAllister, DoziEk7 CO'
Ladies collars and striped shirting, - ;
Puff combs and saddlery, at
McAllister, dozier & co-s.
Broad cloth And bar soap, , . ,. , ',?
Curry combs and dross trimmings, at" r
McAllister, dozier & 'co'sj
i ' Boots, shoes and star candles,' -"'.
.Lace edging ana Halaraius, at , , t
McAllister, dozie'r' &' co's.
. Cottpnad.es and spectajiles,
Brooms and Ticking, at' ,
; .McAllister; dozier .& cos.
Sewing silk, and buckets,- - ,
Enrcl6pes and Kentucky joahtf, at .
McAllister, dozier &
Bliie drilling,' knives'a'nd forka, . " ( " - "
' Tea and thite lead, at ; " " J ' ' ' .
McAllister, dozier & cd':'
Wash tubs"and tooth picks, - ...... r '.r
Buck combs and knit needles, at ' : ' ; '' '-
McAllister, dozier &;.co'8.
. Cassimers and yesting3? "'"."'
Shoe brashes and Godfrey's cordial, at
McAllister, dozier &' c&a.
Lace veila and .cologne '--i 1- T h
Dress combs and scissors, at
'Mfhi'nit)ies and' razor tttrap3V,iV. '.'J ' .. 1
Pearl buttons and jews harps at '':s'
- McAllister, dozier & CO's;
SaVpcnders and ribbons,'
Brown, frecn and blue barege,
McAlXlSTER DOZIER & CO's.
Vinegar and linen thread ' " '
; Jaconefr'mTisliii'and shaving s6ap,' at
v : McA LLISTER 'DOZIER' & CO's. :
Lineq iablc; spreads and ihoe.lacets.i v . : '
Indigo and Jaynes' medicines, at
McAllister, dozier & co's.
. Brown linen and razors
Crash and diaper, at
McAllister, doziep,; ccra.
. , Colored tainbrican-1 ink, thoes, ,.)
Thread and cotton batting, at
:McALLISTER, DOZIER &. CQ's.;
Table, tea spoons and wadding,
Coat's thread and jack plaips, at
. . McAllister. do.z.ike . CQ'5.,r
. ChaUi dc lainy, and window sash, . . .? '
Doors and shambray ginghams, at . ..
u ..McAllister, dozier & CO's.
Straw goods'and summer clothing,
owr'u anu pi us, nji
.,T-T,n TSrt-7TT-r i. r-A..
y, Bonnets and hair oil, ; ,7,: V
...Bacon and artificial llowers at
McAllister, dozier. & co,
A thousand and one articlea.not, mentioned, call
round ..at , .... . . ... .. ... . .
'cALLItTER, DOZIER & CO's.,
'For Dry Goods of 'every description go to, . ...
: i McALLISTER, DOZIER &,CO's.;
For cheap Groccriej and goocLbrogans ge to
McAllister, dozier & co's.
If Toa wani ti get that wtich' s cf the best go
,-'.-:-j:v. McAllister, dozier co;s.i
-Whoisiitlatalwavs evinces the most collcitadi-
nous aaxietj to' please the ahd;captrae, the
' " McALLISTEP,..D'OZJEH&..Cqv
,7 T-..-J :;':. . "..' 1 j j.. . v..... 'I
Co.nseijoenllyj jq should patroniz j 5, , ? J T
ia ::t :i : McALLISTES, DOZIET. Ss CO5.' U.
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' i i.ALUS I UH 'COZIER C0i j TL.0-KS of 'erew Vweciptioiu for it tfiw
i April l1Si7.--- zzr'l tl3frp 0!i:iol e.u iin.mlKci
J. O. LlcIIUliTY,
COUNSELLOR M LAWv
A'otke to the Citizcu of.KemibalCo.
;' - -P 1 . i . i
711 EUEAS, tt. 0 Legislature of Jfebrasks A t their
f vlast Session adopted the- Revenue Laws of
Iowa, which makes it the duty of the Treasurer of
the County to collect all taxes, als, tho duty of
tlioo of whom taxes are due, to come up to the coun
ty seat, (Brownville) and pay overpaid tax. Which
aw is now in force and has been smco its passage.
Jcunqnent tax payers will plcaso come forward and
Liaha County, otherwise you will be sent for at your 1
own-exiwase. . j Tfrr CT ' ' fl ' V X J r
Ly ordcj- tir ODunty Courtnow an Siicaii J f i
D. L. SANDERS, lres. of Court.
Brownville, April 7, 1357. 43-4 w
GEOi S: EAYRE & CO.',
IGENEIAL 'li ANPY ikfENTS,
GLEXAVOOD, - ;
Cass co, Nebraska.
1M1IU co, Iowa,
WILL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Inves
tigatin'r Titles, Pavinjr Taxes. Investing mon
ey, Bujing and Selling Town Lots, L'nying; Selling
and Locating Land Warrants, and all other business
connoc ted with their profession ia Western Iowa and
Nebraska. . :r. M . ., -
J. M. DEWS, Associate Attorney.
REFERENC ES : V
Greene, Weare & lienton,
O. Doughty Co.,
Greene, Wearo & llico, ;
Greene & Weare, , - -
Council Eluffs, Iowa.
Ft. Dos Moines
Cedar; Rapids, .
Jwxon & Goodman, . ..
Tootle & Greeny .
N.W.Thomas, - ' '
: , Glcnw'ood, Iowa,.
: Cincinnati, Ohlo
j . i-t -a-
Vinccntown, N, Jl'
Mcdford, X. J.
; , ,.m
?choolv & Son- nr-j::
Gon. Wm. Irick,
I.P.eed Son,!; " .
Robinson & Pro., ;;
Durlinxton Co. Pank,
WHITE, .RUSSELL, f & CO.
TV IIOI.ES ALE i!SD BET AIL UEALEKS IX
HARDWARE -AND- CUTLERY,
Medicines, Dye Stuns,
Saddlery; Bopfe Iibcsmts'&'Caps,
QUEENSWAEE STONEWAEE, TIXWAEE,"
. IRON AILS, STOVES, PLOWS tc. ;
Also Furniture of all kinds, Window Sash, &e
FLOWER.SEED GROWTH OF 1856.
fTiIIE subscriber will send 20 choice yarictios of
flower seed by mail,postago paid, for one dollar.
-.. - v WAUDEK & GILMOKE
' '! Nurserymen and. florists,.' ."gru
: v -j. ; Springfield Ohio.
, March 19fh, 1S57. -. -.f.tr . 49-tf
Editor "Jiebraslca Adverliier": 1 - '
, Dkab Sib: In looking over the last number of your
paper a notice attracted my attention sisrned by
Jerome Hoover, Esq., in which he states that certain
stories are in circulation that tho undersigned claim
some interest in Nemaha City for the purtose nf in
juring,ks prosperity.- It "may do quite well "toeir
culato "a report of that nature where the facts are
unknown', Taut to' those knowing the facts such a
statement is merely foolish.
And for the purpose of giving a fair opportunity
to persons to ascertain tno tacts we hereby warn all
persons from purchasing any pretended claim or
interest in the said town of Nemaha City, from the
said Jerom -Hoover, as ho has sold and-received fay
for nine-twelfth of said townand suitisnowpending
to place the undersigned in. possession of -the interest
by them purchased in. the same; and they have pot
authorized the' said Hoover to sell or dispose of .any
portion of their interest, but directed suilTto be
brongLiloog siaco fwits. recovery, . ;; ... 1;) 3::T ri0
im " oursJic.,
. . :rr:;"-- - '-'."' F. J.' MARSHALL.'
. JXO. DOXII'IIAX,
JAS. DONII'IIAX. "
- : . -rt.-i K. L; BALLARD.
. t - "j R'C BISHOP. ij ivi.:,
-L. D. BIRD.
.A. O. WOODWARD, "
S. r . -NLCKOLLS.
! .. .!.
; r2 , .,i.CHAS. F.-HOLLY' 1
March 2Sih, 1S57.
1. ) ; (
, "A areliono o ; : 0
I ' XoJ 252 Tearl Street. : ,
,r-i''- v '!Netr York.
't'.'i I .ij I v' '-'' '
A T.It r,f TCrashos. sent if roriuested. -Orders
respectfully solicited, and promptly attended tov 1
Aprjl. 3.1, 187.
ALLEM, EOOT ( Jd .,.1:
ROOT & C0ZZENS,
DxxxtxljLtx City, HT. T;
HAVING made arrangemants by which we receive
accurate copies of all tho Townshijs, as f.ist-as
surveyed, in the Territory, we arc now prepared to
offtf ofrr services to the citizens of the Territory,
".:i- . : ' : . . : - ', .- ;0. ':..t
' . ; IN FILING - ! : -1 ..:!.!
INTENTION . TO - rRE-EMPT,
t .. Securing Pre-emptions, ,
LOQATING LAND WARRANTS,
,J-; .1. :
Lirid ; Warrants Rou "lit ' Wd :, Sold,
l-h-jLanu entered on time, ttc.
1 1'AKiiLLL.AK attention paid to buying-. and.
selling on Commission.- Alo in making :Col
lection in all parts cf the TERIUTOUV and
WESTERN IOWA. ' A ' '
AtriU 43-tf I-?.- .:.,, n;: fcj.-?..
-:!:,' i : AYM. OSBOliN.:: m v 'i
: . Je.wb-j,FlatcdJVare, Cutlery, Spoons, ic
L.u It .'.iKebrasJca CityyN. T : y-
: t57ENflRATijra and Rep aibikg -done on' short
notice, ncl jjx Iroi WAWaNTJUN. ; , h i
keen constantly on band,Fl)Er, Ct rn MeaL-
iacon, liuiter, ana every variety 01 unxeries.
liUiiLllciLL. A CU.
' St, Jcscpb and Council Blufld "Weclilj k
SILVER H El ELS."
w "t7'"' TIIE new and fast ruririrg passenger
-iiirS-jJ Hteamcr "SILVER IIEKLS," having
been built expressly for the trade, 111 upon tbo
opening of :STivigation, make regular weekly trips,
bctweea.Sl.' Jo-seph acd Council BlniTs, conuuetiug
with the first St. Louis Packets at St. Joseph.
The "Silver. Heels," will cxtetd her trips tiSiou
City, and irtonncdiato points, once a month. V
DOXXELL A SAXTOX."
Iu0 '""5501 r.rvTJl PACKET. IbD
For Florence, Omaha City, Council BIa5s,Fellevue,
.. St. Marys, yoming City, Ne,bra.ia iJity, Lin
1 den, Brownville, Lowell, Oregon City;Ioa Point,
("Savannah, SU Joseph,-Pal ermo,5 Atchison, Wes
ton, Leavenworth City, Kansas Independence,
" 'Liberty, LttfingfoD-Tetti., cfo". " " -
THE new excellent and favorite passenger Steamer,
Wm. Campbell, Wm. Edd, Master, will on the
earliest opeaing of navigation, run as a regniar
packet to tho above and all the intermediate points
on .the Missouri River, remaining permanently in
the trtdo during the entiro season. i. . . i
Tho WiLjam Campbeir'.has recently been fitted
up, and refurnished in' the most modern style, re
gardless of expense, arid with an eyo singlo to strongth
safety and comfort, as well as with vcry conveni
ence that could render her desirable to tho traveling
public, rendering her now both as regards capacity
forbusiness,superior accommodations for pasongers,
cqunl tc any in tbo trade.' Captain Edds hopes to
receive at the hands of his numerous Missouri river
friends a continuance of that generous patronage
for which ho is indebted during a series of years,
whilo in command of different boats, and for which
Ue neicty Jcstiea tj- jcacij-. Iilj mnn f vtvf .t
knowledgcmcnts, promising increased efforts to give
general satisfaction, and retain their confidence and
April 2d, 1857. 42-tf
1857., MISSOURI RIVER ,rACKET.t 1 SiX
f '.'l f
W. W; BAKER
ROBERT A. DAftSf ....Clerk.
For Sioux City LoganJ On'iadlIcFatur City, De
Soto, Florence, Omaha City, Council Bluffs, Belle
vue, jSj. Mary's, Wyoming City,. Nebraska City,
Linden, Brownville, Lowell, Oregon, low Point,
Savancah,-St. Joseph, etc., etc:' "" " " "
fUE excellent commodious and favor
.'Iito passenger !steaiair AijMikal, Capt.
Baker, Clerk, Report VPar3Vwtl 9n lho Pen!nS
of navigation. ply -fiis 4. -tegular packe 4 to tho above
aid.nJI witcrmutitCflandinga the.-Mise'wri iirver,
cit.Taiilrfg.pruianeTiVly ia tLis trado, -andiruinrn
rcjiularly during .the entire season,, f ,1
The Admiral has recently receivedmany valuable
linpnnreuwrv'f ftnd addaionl, rcadei1ng,her newj.botli
as n, passwger and frcieht steamer, eoual to anynn
the trade : ap( Capt. Luker hopes to receive at thw
hands of his ' old .Missouri Kiver mends, the sam'2
liberal patronagt.sug'jnijrpuijlt ftrcrudJd to his broth
cr. Shippers may, rely upvu having their freight
handled with iho :gfeaUst care- and dispatch, 'and
paseongers aro assured in traveling upon , th Admi
ral, cf being msitf'J f.cl always quite at homo. I ho
Admiral wiuiiaake oncV trip ftoiuoil Bluffs, after
which,, ishe , wiH-make, regular trips, to ( Siou City
cv9ry iwentv nay.. ,, . .
".'April 2d, 1S57.: Jj'; ; :; ' ' 41-fi
1857. MISSOURI RIVER PACKET. 1857.
JOSEPTI li.'lIOLLAND'. ! ..Master
5o(JittiM!ii Bl u ff Omah a Ci ty TJcll evu e.'S tT tfry
Wyoming City; Nebraska City, Liudtfn, IJi-own-ville,
Lowell, Oregon, hite Cloud, Iowa Point,
Savannah, St. Joseph, Palermo, Atchison, Weston,
Leavenworth City, Kansas, Independence, Liberty,
' Lexington; Ac.
rITL 'TIIE entirely new, iwift and elegant
5tSi5-ii passenger steamer Ai.oxzocnrLr,Capt.
Joe. Jlolland, will on the opening of navigation, run
as a regular packet to tho above "and Intermediate
points, continuing in the Bluffs Trade during the
entire boatiBg season.
Captain Holhind, deeply grateful to his numerous
friends along th river forth liberal patronage hith
erto eitctlded'to him whfl9vlnj Command of (the
umnna, ana otucr fcoa'.. jaosires lureiurn ineia mt
sihecre acknowlwlgnicntsnnd toolit it a continuance
of their confidence and patronage for his new boat,
promising" untircing eserWons to reader general at
The Alobio Child was built expressly" for the Coun
cil Lluffs trade, nnder the espocinl jnpcirision of
Capt. Holland, who begs to assure his friends that
they will find tcr to bo admirably adapted to the
wants of the river, being of great strength, lightness
of draught, beauty of model, ctc with cabin arrange
ments and accommodations not surpassed by those
of any boat in the river, combining r.ll the latest
and most modern improvements tlrif could add to
the safety, comfort and pleasure of passengers.
Nothing will be found wanting in nny of her ap
pointments which bolong to those of a first class
passenger steamer. v
irarch 19th, '57. ' ' ' 40-tf
lS57.f3HSSOURI RIVER PACKET. 1857.
JOIiy S. SHAW .'. ';;...'. Master.
Xcw Missouri River, Kansas and ebraslta Packet
for 1S57. ." , .,
I . fTTTf? 1 r 1 . r. .
. rjKs iiA-cunrijr new, awut anu unsur-
xiasSiz!xM passea iiasscncer steamer.-twilight.
Cant. John Shawt will on theonenim of naviga
tion fun as 'a regular piieket.to tbe sbove and. all in;
termediatc "point!. Abe Twilight was fcailtexprossl.
ior iiie Jiiwijun ri,ver iraac, unacr tuc cspet ial super
vision of C-ipt. SSaw, wher beg to asSuro his frier.ds
that they wULfitd her tobb admirably adapted to
the wants of tho river, being if great strength and
lightns,s of, draught, JtUh abui.aj:raneinent3 and
accommodations Vnsurpas'scd,--combining' all" the
latest and jqostrqrdea imjovemnU tb?vt oould add
to the safely, comfort and blcasure' of Dassensrers.
yotliing-will be found wonting in any of her appoint J
njenis wnicn, telong to a first. class passcngei4 etcarner.
March 19th, '57, r .. 4U-tf
1857; UXIOK 'PACKET LIKE. .1857.
' Lucasr Meteor," & Silver IIccls.
2. II. SIL 51 .V. .C . . . . Master X II. Luc:
T. U.TJRAFFIX .l . I .
Fpr St. Joseph; Brownville, 'cbraskaCity, Omaha
City and liluff.City. - , -- , ; .
THE St: Louis, ,St. Joseph. Brown viTTe.
eorasiia, umana ana i;iua uity Light
Snverllecl, will leave for the abovo and all inter
mediate poinU every Tuesday evening, at 4 o'clock,
throughout tile Vfasf,n:w The new and splendid pas
senger steamer Meter, and the well known, fast and
spfcndid passenger steamer, Jas. IL Luea,' connect
ing with the fine and fist paiket Silrer Ht;els uuSl.'
Joscp,foniring tho'dnlj ?nro an;1xn1clr pwn
from St. LouisU luoaUuve uuv; jiJaocd.
Fromifbe known sjec,!capacHy aedixDmfort'uf the
boats composing this line, the traveling public mny
rest assured that nothing will be waatiug on the part
of their officers and rw to reader their trip both
pleasant and agreeable.. , ,
Jlarca lULh,'j.. .. 40-tf
1857. MISSOURI RIVER PACKET 1857.
CIIA3. E. uXKEli
W. II. -iScrw)EK
j , ; 1 1 f is ;
For Florence, Omaha City..' Council BlulTsPfcllevne,
St. Mary's, Wyoming City, yebr.kskaCi'y, Linden,
Prownvilto, Lo well, Oregon, Iowa Point, Savannah,
St. Joseph, Palermo, Atchisun. Weton" Leavn-
- worth City, Kansas, Independence; Liberty, Lex
ington, Ac ';" J7 .(.'J "',U
, TIIE entirely new, swift aud ele
lja$.'IJ. llaker,VII. ci-mKn, Cl.-rlL.
will,-on tho opening of iMivigation, run as a regular
packet to the. abovo 'jiaisi-o -and -all, drUermMiatc
points, continuinz in the li'uffj trade durin - tho.
entire boating season1 r ......
1 Capt. Baker, thankful to the public for its very
generous support bestowed upon the Admiral, while
under his a ioinand, hereby begs leave to tender his
acknowblgTncnafl'J;tli(frtfr; bU'ncw beat a con
tinuance of its confidence and patronage, pledging
Untiring Cxei tion-fj of Tiimself aud" o!u -trs ( t? ive
full satisfaction 15 those with whose business he may
be honored., Th Mia-oi-'ha'-'h.a was built expressly
f irlhe CouncilliluCs txada, uudcr the special super
vision of Captain Bakcrwho has spared no trouble
er expense td 'mke htT an A No. 1 Missouri River
Steamer, and begs to assure hi friends that they
will find her to be in all .respects, . njon admirably
adapted to the wants of the river, being of great
strength, Vghtncol duigt, caiiuess of iuodvlar.4
sne br "the Tasl ones: with cabin arVan r-ni-ni;;..!
accnnimnilAtibJia of a v
. - j 1 . - w "v 1 , m uui vi-
"j " ""j wi,iu iuc river, comiiining
all the most modern improvements that safelv. com-
f.rrt. fc pleasure eonll surest, n short, iaVll Ii.;r7
appointments, nothing will be wantin? hc!(,n-nrT
tboft of it firsti-UM rasseager rterar;
; iV.arch 12th, 67. . l
1857. Missouri RivrTrlrS
For Kansns, Brownville, Omaha v
Sioux CUv. v ' UHil
trons can rclv UT,on hor . J,ri nv
" UC U jj..
rcguhirly during the entire sea8in'lns U tt,"
auu viuaua uaring Deen placed
Willlf found at all tin
A LARGE AND .COUPLER
. , . 01 alLkindi of '
. AND MACimsEay, ":
t 8 . with a fuu "stocky ;; ;
Field and" Garden' Seeds
Of the Most Reliabuj and genuine tiah,
EiTTull Catalogues sent on ai plicatioa. -
HENRY D. E1IERT 4 CO..
201 Lake Strict, Chi,
Ifareh 5 th, 1S57
J. B. JENXDsGS, .
AND CK1LE& I.i ,
-, Comer Second and Trance Si.
-J - ST. JOSIU1!!, mo.y
HAS on hand, and to arrive tie fIoir.Ini
clcs, which wilt be sold to t" rrad Vn t
150,000, j Pigars. all quali-100 D and W
tics' - ' ' ; . : i:;- '., ,).. ... , .
100J sacks ( A'S;iIt!, ,1jo hoitiiUrca .
200 Jlhd N O Sugar .,' 200 'bbti ai d bLlt'witer
500 sks Kio CoiTee 0 nnd bin 'r rack -ji .
100 , O G Java CoffecpQ bbl and. Lf lUi tf '
100 Laguayra . , ,.M . ' triad and cic nio da .
100 " Mocha." . V," ; .200 bbLsoinuilksugl
250 . bbls, "half bbls andlOO -g$ aal wioe 1)
kgs Belcher's Molasses; 100 llLiai pIo vioe-'sr
200 bbls, half bblsaad qr300 hxs Tvbacalfgnii
X y 'refincd do 200 lixs stjukinj tobacco, .
150 half chests tea, all various IranJ
kinds .. . . . ,'100 butclmipijvj stenw
250 bbls Beh'or's Sugar 50 btli It S Sicily r4
150,, bbl-v'hara, qrs, jio 1 JocaA.Iuinds . ,
! 2 aid 3 Mackerel 50 bbti l!brts, r kral
2p0i bis dried hcrriagi
20 hf bbs White Fish
5 drins dry Cod Fish
200 bxs assM candy
100 - ,fo.ncy.
300 drums figs
100 kgs S CS.xh
500 it'sjf aisortod aiili
00 hn hiilf aiiJ qr star
.' cindl is
,150 do sterinc io ' .
100 bx hl's and qrs Rais-2U3 do jar sonp
ins - - ' 50 do rock candy,
50 bxs Prancs '
. Cotton yarn, carpet chain, bat inj. csnJlo wich,
cotton and hemp twinewhat nc' nwnl tucVf, nr.;
spades nnd shovels, g;ir Jen sce.ds and Mtaw raks.!-
chains, lead shot p.owaer broom, wntfpm fi,"f,
hemp, manilla, Jotc and cotton ecdiigi, sr.ii;p tml
madder, alum, whito loAI,'window sli, mnj.iir
f(la.s, tumblarsjjari of dili'crent v.x, ibLkj aM-.til
frizes, sassafras bark, pie fruits, fr?sh peailics. brandy
cherries and peaches, current anl ra?plxrry jilt.
fresh tomatoes, canton ginger, preserves, nut mg
cassia, peppersauce, tomato and walnut eaUnp,
lemon cyrup, lobsters, aardip.es, c a tract, and, esw
of coueerhocolatCj-pick.-sfj mattvhfy, etir.-'' v
ash boards, tubs, common pail 4, redar pails, E B
paiLs, pine aud eedar ehuran, brass boaad eburnstnr
bocLcts weil buckets, cedar cans, inai stick.. kuUer
prints. buckeye bowLi in nests; iron bound ktg, ou
two, three, fivo and ten gallons, tho siaalleriiio t'A
bales, common and I C Imlf bush U aud measures,
cainpjitm.h cliy- ... ,t.
: I am alsoagent for the salo of K A alt.inJ Iv
now on hand 2,00li blls forsale at tost and tr:
tation. I havo tho excluive sale by dip t ciniBTi
ment of five hundred dozn Field's cU bratt?i oyster?,
acknowledged to be the best put upintalt;in r!.
To California and SajrTe;Emi?ranK
TVotfr eped :il a ttc a titers i i vft J i 5 J x terniva"
sfbclf, which1 embraces' everything jaltcd to jouf
wants ia crossing tie plaint. I will a: alltiiatsk-?
on hand flour,. ipaflJ, bacon, , lard", htrd brrJ an l
erackers, all of which will bo Jold nt tho lowest ta-'a
prices. , , " ' ' ,
sy ' " ' J. It'.JE5MSCS.
A CIJANCE.FOR IlAliE: SEEDS.
rpiIE subscriber has a variety of choice Seeds f
1 which he has grown and tesf. tin- pajt aci.
and d!cms them worthy ef gcnewil ei;ltivSjfnbyt'l
lovers of good things .Thwrf' Seed "he will soul
post piid, by mailra iaskage of CO varieties, (of "r
own seleclioD,)Xr Jl, or Urf er nun.ber ia theaaw
propofiun; four varieties Vif lct,i.,.or oQ3 raricij
I?w&K) He has of - V 1 i 1 '
u ater. MELO.xa-Tho ew. Orna jek Ice Cream,
Pradfords,IIahrs, Potnaria,1 and Pr-Jiriuru.
CantklOI-k.? Chrisliana, W'aljirt, Morlns' l'
Green, Extra Nutmeg, MorinaS Uit.Y!luir,
Netted Kind. Minora. v N
' licKee'e Mamraotli Muslmclon, Clt t Helot).
1 Ccctmbeks L'ariy Friurrje, Ixng U and, F:v Foot.
English UlierkinsFig Tomato, llarumolb, Orie.
and Cherry Tomato. Capo Gorwebetrv.
Woolsdy'a Cream, Dcnnw' btriped. Citrf-k .Neck, Ala
bama GJden, "Whito nnd Ye!low Sll.p.
Corn Andrews Premiim, IlirriV 10 Diys, Wy
andot, King Philip, 3htc Pes, Sto-.TcIV Evera
Street, DArliag Extra. Set, Flcr, Chwll
Sorgho L'lance or Dourah Corn, Extrt P7p'orn.
Pe.ts Anvcergne. Prim Altvsrf. IUj, Champi
of Eng!.itxl. JrHfj,Queiry(,f Dwarf) VtiA.t D'1f
Pkax. Mexican Turtlo Soup, Wei. uaore'e (' J11
Pyed, O.fiSda t:UncyvIXlllrwB-i4jiW; rl.irt'1
do Sui.xsons, Three Foot or Aspanigas, lluDp'
Tic k Paa, Cip di Tcr It-: ") f
Ncpij'ur Parley, Frem-h Milled, E u frian liil'-i
Eryf-tirfiD-WKeat, IVimd Oats.r-r7f. ,
'CafTrtort Tot.f too Pumplsln, Heat 1'tt ecu, Seet
Tumipx Mock . Orapgpete etc.-j';- -
Send currant bmlt bills or postaje'itainps? Wuen
orders cannot be filled, thd money'will bo' proai?'1
.AJJrwsj i.V.'J I i
March L3 th,'i7."
Windsor, AshUbuli Gt l- .
CEOIV LUCKII AR D T.- '
: WATCH MAKEK
Ariel . irowollor.
OREGON, HOLT COUNTY, MO.
In O regon,IIol t f ou n ty, Mo., wher i c w ill keep
stantly on hand, and for sal?, a gtKF asortsnet r
Gold arid Silver Watches, Clocks an-rJewetry,""-:51
ho will sell extremely low, for CASH. --"Also. C'"5
lot of Violins. Accordeon', Silveri tnt llatfd
tocles, Gold I'cns with Gtld and Silver extend"
cas, Silver Thimbles. Ac &p. .
Ho i prepared to repair Walchtsf. Clcck "'
elry,-of every descnuticn. in thu hert inaaucro
on ihe most rcasonibie' VJrrn.". i'v
.Every artiola bou-ht jn his v'stab;L3mcrit, i war
raateU to bo what it is represented UUj W."tl'
pairing warraoUxLfgx oie.ycar, .-f- f
' Jnlj28,i3 Tl--r?tf;fr-3 " t"
; JOLIVER , IJENNETl CO.,
, MAM-FAcTrit3ri A.wnoi.r?;TrEAi.s if
Boots Sides Tc Bro;ans,
L"0.' S:i- ILXLY'JSTKECr.' iZlIS'S. lOt'Lh. Jt'
I A i.u a i.i-.vx.i 1 1. ;A. a i-juutvu - -
J. X of oi rronv tucir c rv ana 01 f-tr.
tories.iular.ttd espc-ciallT tcthe Western :ri,fo. ,
Purchasers are invited eiain J't'9r
r.y manufactured and .!rt?.l with Li t
i ' . dious passrtJu-t., . "V.H's.
e earliest 01 fn;o. It
and run L rc-uUr m.if,1 '"I'.' t3-
m ' m t v. nniii lira tv m - i in
in t .
1 1 Vk .V '-""P'ew'J for th, trailT i
Lope that by str.ct attention to tb. 1
passengers and to business, to merit a?? tf 2
tf patronage from shippers and the,mh C
r 1 AKLb the liberty to inform the citizens m
-1- Brownville and vicinity, that he has opened
WATCH, CLO Clt A JEWELBY .'STORK
warrantol of soperiof quaV.y. Orl :n will re
-tf ; rom aal arf ij irntU-o. , iu.! ,1'
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