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ENTERING T07N CITES.
The following correspondence will
tliow that the act of the last Legisla
ture of the Territory, designating the
County Commissioners as theproper
persons to enter Town Sites, is not
recognized by the Commissioner pf the
Land Ofncc. '
It 13 a question of dotfbt whether
the 'Judges of Probate, or the United
States Judges, can be regarded as
44 Judges of 'the County Court." As
noon as that doubt is removed, notice
iiroe civ en.
-vatrl iin I
.-A-Sropy-of'-the actof the last Lcgis-i
laturc wUl be placed in the hands of
the Ccramissioner; and, under the cir- j
way be .confirmed. . ; . : ,: .
: V Joux A. Parker, Register. -.
Land Office, May 10th, 1857. . .
" " M '
r " f - .
Exlracl of a Letter to the Commissioner
": ' . of tlve Land Office dated. ,
Land Orrcr Omaha, V'
: .; .... - pril i5th,;i857..'.'J
fndcr the s,'actrof twenty-third; May,
.the "Judges ..Of" the County
Court'7 are cive'n the authority. to enter
f'Town Sites."' In this Territory there
:rre no such oflicers a3 "Judges of the
lunty'Court'butthc Legislature has
"reepgnizctTf the1 "County. .Oommissioh
'crs' " ai .the ;proper persons to ienter
"Town Sites,'"'' and-wc have, in view of
the' -spirit -of the lav,: pennitfedsuch
entries, in the hope that 'jt. will jneet
the approbation of the "department.
. .-. . "..Very respectfully.. .:
. ' ; Your obedient servant, .
" t ' JoiinA. Parrer, 'Register.' '
General Land Office, "
May 2nd, 1857. J
Sir: Your letter of the 15th of
April ultimo has been received, and in
reply, I have to inform you that a
claimant, by pre-emption, can amend
his declaratory statement, for un
oCfercd land, at any time within three
months after the survey has been made
in the field. If, by the laws of the
Territory, the Judge of the District
Court of the United States, for the
Territory of Nebraska, is also made
Judge-of the County Court of the
county in which it is situated, then the
entry may be made accordingly, in his
name, in trust for the use and benefit
of the occupants of the town site under
the act of the 23rd of May, 1844, and
in all places where the town is not in
corporated. A transcript of the act
of the Tcrrittory should be filed, in the
first case, .among the papcr3. Where
the town is-incorporated, the. entry
must be in the name of the corporate
authorities, . and must, in all cases, be
in trust, etc. See form herewith en
closed. 'You state that you have al
lowed entries under the act of the 23rd
of-May, 1844, by the County Com
missioners of the county in which the
land lies. There beinj;-no warrant of
law for. entries by such officers under
the. act aforesaid, you will at! once re
port such entries for cancellation, and
advise the parties accordingly.
I . . Respectfully, c,
i . : Tncs.. A..Hexdiiicks,
I - '.' Commissioner.
- Register, Omaha, T. ! .
' ; - . Washington, May '15.
Mr. Ualderman, editor of the Louk
v'dlc. Courier, an old line Whig,, has
Veen appointed Collector of Louisville,
the present incumbent having been re
4 rT hi3Tiaorning:;-he'"Qerneral Land
OfScpr; forwarded ' instructions to" its
Agents in, Kansas t for'.. the Iowa -and
other tract lands, to commence at Iowa
Point, T., cn the 3d "of June under
the supervision tf Hon: Horace Eddy,
special 'Commissioner.' 1 it- ' ' j
' Attorney: General Black has given
an opinion that the Government should
grant an absolute fee simple patent to
tho Christian Indians i on the private
charter of their lands purchased -by
the Govcrment. . .This will be the first
instance in which any government has
recognized the' ;rirht cf thc';Inrlinn
tribes to'thc'fec inland.
The commissioners appointed on the
fitness of Blythc Island, Ga., for a
Xaval Depot, have 'reported favorably.
Congress appropriated $250,000 ' for
Westward. From all parts we hear
cf crowds of emigrants pushing their
way Westward. Tt'is estimated that
. Kansas, Nebraska, and Minnesota,
will receive during the coming season,
an addition to .their' population of not
less : than -200,000. That portion of
the Territory of Nebraska lying south
of the Platte river, will, in all proba
.bility, be filled up this season, as it
will undoubtedly be through this country-that
the great Central railroad to
the Pacific will be built, thus opening
it up at an early day. Neio York
Dispatch. . . " '
Comet Struck. A lady in Owen
County, Iowa, ; has become deranged
Ljl dwelling with morbid apprehen
dieted collision with
the comet. Wheeling Times.
1 " The ft-uit buds of the apple tree are
nctirm:rcd this section.of the eoun
try; and the few peach trees vrhich
t-'-rvived tlie winter of 1855-6, will be
likely to produce more" rmi.Spring
ff-X Urn. Zlh.
THE undersigned are no longer stockholders in the
Xemaha Valley Bank, and aro not responsible
for its issue, having soli our i tcrcjt in the nrntto
ilesjrs. Jones, & Barkclow, S. E. Kogcrs, F. David
son and their associate, Af ,
EfownvIli, March IStli, 1S57.
"v IX. C. BERBER, Proprietor.
BXIOWXVIIXE, N. T.
rjlIIE finest of Liquors for any purpose desired,
A Medicinal or otherwise. Segars of every grade,
Oysters and Sardines of various sizid boxes, Fruit,
Nut?, Confectionarie?; in short everything to ticket
the arwtiteof theerieurian, alwayson liand,served
in coed style and at reasonable ratc:i.
yJ; o ? J i
T - nnfl and IiOt A
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REAL-ESTATE . BROKER.
FARMS FOR SALE OR SENT.
ZiOIld Exttoroca OH Time. ;
Land Warrants Bought and Sold. .
: : DRQWJfYILLE, N. T.
Kanawha Salt. 2003 bbls on consignment,
and will bo sold at a reduced price, by
Truit. 150 boxes hrs and qr It R Kaifinf, and
C3 bxs Oranges and Lemons, for sale by
J. B. JENNINGS. ,
:. nopct ioa Ouiis MuiHi iica ute Kope, irom
to 2 iuchen, just received, and for saloby .
v ' J. 15. JENNINGS.
Mackerel. 120 packages no. 1, 2, aod 3 Mack
erel in i, 1-2, and whole bll?., just rcccircd,andfor
t. . . J. B. JENNINGS.
' Fresh Oysters. 100. do Field's eel tbratcd
Oysters, on direct consignment, in ftore, and for- kale,
b7 ... - , J. B. JENNINGS.
Tfails.300 Kes assorted,in store, and for sale by
- ; .l J.B.JENNINGS.
Fish. 100 bis no. i dried herrings, and 2000
pounds Superior Cod5b, just received, and for
Window Cilass. 150 boxes, 8X10X10 M 12
lase, just received, and for sale, by
; 1 J. B. JENNINGS.
St Joseph, Mo. April SO, f57. .;
DATID H. M'tACCnUN. . CHARLES O. DORSET.
Mclaughlin & dorse y,
...... -.. .... AND i
- GENERAL LAND alGENTS,
First Street, (opposita "Advertiser" office,)
BEOWNVILLE, N. T.
Will attend to Filing Declarations of intention to
Securing rre-cmption?, Locating Land Warrants.
Entering Land. . ,
Land Warrants Bought and Sold.
Particular attention will be paid to buying and
selling property on commission, aad making invest
ments for distant dealers.
Mclaughlin & Dorset.
BEFEB TO .
Bradford, McLennan & McGary, Nebraska City.N.T.
McPherson, ilorrison,4 IIutchins.Drownville, N. T.
0. 1L liarnet, Esj Dayton, Ohio. . - :
TOE SALE. ,
Lot 5 in block 59; Lots 3 and 12 in block 43; Lot
10 in block 47, in the City of Brownville, by
McLAUGIILIN & DORSET; '
Lot 2 in block 40, best Lcvoo lot in Brownville;
also, house and lot in block 2 Main street.
MeLAUGIlLIN & DORSET.
Half of lot 11 in block 19 Main street; al3o, lot 4
in block 19. Also, 40 acres of bind joining South
Brownville; by McLAUGHLIN & DORSET.
April 23, 1357. , :.. . . 45-ly
W HOBLITZELL k CO.
WE are continually reccivingby every boat, an
entirely new and large assortment cf .
j. V. SUPERIOR GOOl!)S,'-
Which wc will fell nt as reasonable prices
as any establishment in the West,
, .ur motto being
"LI VE AND LET LIVE Jr
Wc have now in store a great variety of tho fol
lowing articles, which we purchased for CASH and
consequently can sell cheap on tho same terms :
HATS AND CAPS,
Q UEENS WARE,
oots and : Shoes,
Ready Jilado Clothing
And a Cue assortment of
. : etc., etc
And a good article cf
Smoking and Chewiug Tobacco.
It is a pleasuro tons to show goods, and we ask
you to call round and see for vourselve.
. HOBLITZELL & CO
Apnl 23, 1So7. . 45-ly
IS hereby given to Elijah Kimball or any others
whom it may concern, that I will, on the 9th day
of June next, proceed to tha Land O See at Omaha
City, Nebraska Territory, and prove up my Pre
emption ri'ht to the north-east quarter of Section
18, Township 6, Range 15, cast. Said Kimball or
others are notified to be present and show cause, if
any, why 1 snould not do so.
ilay 28th, 1557. 50--2t-p
DR. J. L. McKEE,
- BROWNTILLE, N. T.
Teeth plugged and filled in tho most ap.
Brownville. Marl. '57. . 43-t.
, - V
; Boots and , Shoes. -V
A N onuually large t tock of ac and coarse Boots
ji.andShoe8 both-Ucnfc!enica and Liadioa can
be icen, and purchased low, at .
UODLITZCLL k CO 8.
PUETT & WILKINSON,
h AND V'.( Ci.
attorneVs at law
!.' : ; OMADT, X T. "
Will attend to all business intrusted, to their care
. ' "V" I.Er EKENCES ." ..
Col. Jes3e William?, Fairfield, Iowa.
Got. Jos. A. Wright, IndianapoliSjfnd,
Mr. F. N. Rcock, Washington Cltyr-
Hon. John G. Davis, Ruekvillc, Ind.
Hon. Geo. L. Miller, Omaha City, N. T.
D. C. & T. Nf SANDERS,
; ' V dealem x . ; ; . j lA
Pruit imd Ornamental Trees,
- Madura Hedge Seed etc., etcr
TEST recoivcd,per steamer White Cloud, a supply
ti -of ilaulura liodg-Soedy whk-Ii -we-offer fof ;eale
on reasonable trxms, for CASI1. . ..
Our seed ore of last season crowth, direct from
; mm. . i r- i ? J 1
leias, cocscqucnuy no Vl.A-r AS - . '
i XJi j.-a. ii. f.i' fi.j, .
'3 miles South of Eroirnville.
; : 45-tf
Buchanan 1 Life and General;
Insurance Co.J ,
Office eor 2d and Jule sts., , , 1
; ; , st. Joseph, mo.; ;
CniRTEREDAT THn LAST SESSIOX OF TUE MO. LEO,
. Authorized Capital 3,000,000.
J. B. Jennin-TS,' I. It. Howard, J. A.' Owen, Milton
Tooth, JohnColhoua, John II. Likens, W.II.Pcncik,
James Kay, A, J. ilijAshan, A. I. Mansfieer. ; v :
. ... J.B. JENNINGS, Pres.; ,
' N. It. McAsriAN,.' Sca'y...
IS now ready to receive application for Life, Fire,
Marine and River risks. A cash return of 25 per
cent, will bo allowed on cargo premiums. Losses
promptly adjusted, and the usual facilities given to
thopatrons of the office.
April ICth, 1857. 4i-3m
J. B. M'ALUSTEB
Browaiville, N. T. '
McAllister, dozier & co.,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
FjINCY and staple
HARDWARE & QUEEXSWARE, .
Provisions, Produce, etc., etc.,
Ap- 3I(tin Slr'ect,and Xo. 2 Zeveey
. ,'.;J. BIIOWNVILLE, N. T.
St. Joseph Gazette, Kansas Herald, Jefferson City
Enquirer and St. Louis Rspublicaa copy six months
and charge this cmcc.
April 16th, 1857. 44-ly
C! ADDLES, Bridles, Martinrale?, Checks, and cv
O ry variety of goods in this lino can be had at
11013L1TZELL & CO S,
AND' '- '
' WHOLESALE AND DETAIL,
V; "by . :
SCARRITT & MASON.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
E take plexsure in sayinz to our friends and
the public in general, that our stock of Fine
Medium, and Common Furniture, as well as Mat-
UwK9 and Sin&HSf was novo ikon .omploto tmd
deserving the attention of purchasers, either at
wholesale or retail in full suits or sinirlo articles
than at present.
We shall spar no effort to keep the most complete
arsortincnt in our line, in the West. Our Good are
mado here, as well aa East; by the best workmen,
and thus combino tho greatest variety and latest
styles, with the cheapest and most substantial. '
" Dealers, as well as all other purchasers, aro in
vited to call and look through cur Mammoth Ware
Orders also, from all parties having furniture to
buy for themselves or others, are especially solicited,
with the assuranco of our best endeavors to merit a
continuance of thu liberal confidence and patronage
we have so long received.
.. SCARRITT & MASON.
Washington Ave. between 2nd and 3d St3.
March 19th, '57. 40-3m
ERSON" P. CASADT, ) MARTIN TV. RIDE.V, 1
D. TEST, V JAS. D. WHITE, '
nncil 151uff, Iowa. J Nebraska City N T )
CASS AD Y, TEST, RIDEN & CO.,
(Succcsstirs to Itiden & White.)
... . . NEBRASKA CITY, N. T.
HAYING madi arrangements by which we will
receive accurate copies of all tho Townships
embraced in the Eastern portiou of Nebraska, we
are now prepared to ouer our services to tho
"SQUATTERS OF THE TERRITTORY,'
In Filing Declaratory Statements of .
' Intention to Pre-empt. Sccnrinsr .
LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT & SOLD.
Land Entered on Time, &c,
Particular attention paid to Buying and Selling
'roperty on commission: Also, to making Collections
and forwarding remittances to any part of tho Union.
Blanks of all kind3 Always on hand. . ,
: REFERENCES. ;
lion. A. A. Bradford, - . Nebraska City.
S.F,Nucoll3, " " .:
Jlessrs. Dolmac,& West, St. Joseph, Ho.,
Peter A. Keller, ', Washington City
Thomas Lumpkin, , "
June 23, 1S56. vl-n4 .
DILLON, THOMPSON & CO.
Laro Frame Building Cor. Main & Rock Sts.
BOCK POUT, MO.
Whoscsale and Retail Dealers in
Hardware, Queenswarc, Drugs, llats, Laps,
Boots, Shoes, linware, btoves,
Furniture, Iron, Nails, Plows,
and Farming Utensils.
WILL have, on the opening oi navigation, a
lare and varied accession to their present
Stock, which will be sold 1)W for Lasa.
Editor "Xclrnilzm Adcertiscr":
Deib Sir: In looking over the last number of your
Jiper notice attracted my attention Bigned by
eromo Hoover, Esq., in which he states that certain
stories are in circulation that the undersigned claim
some interest InXemaha City for the purpose of in
juring its prosperity. It may do quite well tocir-
c a late a report oi mat nature wnere xuo jatus w
unknown, but to those knowing the facta auch a
statement is merely foolish.
And for the purpose of giving a fair opportunity
to persons to ascertain the facts we hereby warn all
persons from purchasing any pretended claim or
interest in the eaid town of Nemaha City, from the
said Jerome Hoover, as he has sold and received pay
for nine-twelfths of said town, and suit is now pending
to place tho undersigned in possession of the interest
by them pnrchased in the same; and they have not
authorixed the raid Hoover to sell or dispose of any
portion of their interest, bat directed suit to be
brought long since for its recovery.
F. J. MARSHALL.
- J.VO. DOXIPHAX.
' K. L. BALLARD.
. R. C. BISHOP.
L. D. BIRD.
A. O. WOODWARD.
S. F. M7CKOLLS.
. C1IAS. F. HOLLY.
March 2Sth, 1857. - . 42-tf
TLAXKS cf evenr description, for sale at this
MOORl! & BltOWNLI
?V f'i I"
' -4 'Ti
Would respectfully announce
the public generally that
they have received and
opened at Nemaha
'Everything ttcpin'cunder that head.
All of -which we will sell
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
, Horses Waat:d.
the highest price i for a jfew fine, well
broke corses, r
Apply at sirs table in Brownville,
: i ' J. W. COLEMAN.
SAVE YOUR HOUSE ! 1 !
BENNET. c MARSH,
T ESPECTFULLY inform tha public that they
It are now prepared to put up Lightning Rods of
a superior quality on as reasonable terms tis any ono j
else in tnis country.
Orders left at McPhcrson & Hutchin's Store will
be attended to. . .
May 7, 1857. .. 47-tf
" For Sale.
10 Casks Sugar Cured Hams, at
. , MCALLISTER, DOZIER & CO's.
' . For Sale.
10,000 pounds Bacon Jit; ' '.
McAllister, dozier & CO's.
50 bbls, and 100 sks I'lour, at
McAllister, dozier & cos.
J. B. JENNINGS, ' -
' COMMISSION MERCHANT,
, AND DEALER XX
, . . ....... .;
i. . Corner Second and Frances Sts. '
ST. JOSEPH, MO.,
TTAS on hand, and to arrive, tho following arti-
JLi clcs, which will De fold to thn trade en accom
terms, EXCLUSIVELY AT WHOLE-
150,000 Cigars all qnali-100 bxs E
D and W R
- ties ' - chces
4000 sacks G A Salt 156 boies starch .
200 Hhds N O Sugar 200 bbl3 and hf bbls water
500 sks Rio Coffee and but'r crackers
100 " OG Java Coffee 200 bbls and hf bbl3 pilot
100 Laguayra . " ; bread and pic nio do
100 "Mocha " 200 bbls soda milk sugared
250 bbls, half bbls andlOO eg and wine do .
kg3 Belcher's Molasses; 100 bbls apple vinegar
200 bbls, half bbls and qr300 bxs Tobacco all grades
. N N refined do 200 bxs smoking tobacco,
150 half chests tea,, all various brands .
kinds 100 bunches pipe stems
250 bbls Deleter's Sugar 50 bbls H S Sicily and
150 bbls, bal's, qrs, nos 1 Joca Almonds .
2 and 3 Mackerel 50 bbls filberts, brazil
200 bxs dried herrings nuts, pecans
20 hf bb3 White Fish 100 kgs S C Soda
5 drms dry Cod Fish
500 kegs assorted nails
500 bxs half and qr star
candles . .
150 do etcrine do
200 bxs ass'd candy
100 ' foncy "
300 drams fijjs
100 bx hl's and qrs Rais-200 do bar soap
ins 50 do rock candy.
50 bxs Prunes
Cotton yarn, carpet chain, batting, candle wicks,
cotton and hemp twine, wheat and meal sacks, axes,
spades and shovels, garden seeds and straw rakes, log
chains, lead shot, powder brooms,, wrapping paper,
hemp, maniUa, jute and cotton cordage, indigo and
madder, alum, white lead,; window sash, window
glass, tumblars,jarsof different size?, flasks assorted
sizes, sassafras bark, pia fruits, fresh peaches, brandy
cherries and peaches, current and raspberry jellies,
fresh tomatoes, canton ginger, preserves, nut megs,
cassia, peppersauce, tomato and walnut catsnp,
lemon syrup, lobsters, Sardines, extract and essence
of coffee, chocolate, pickles, matches, etc.
' WOODEJT WARE.
Wash boards, tubs, common pails, cedar pails, B B
pils, pine and cedar churns, brass bonnd churns, tar
buckets, well buckets, cedar cans, mop sticks, butter
prints. buckeye bowls io nests; iron bound kegs, one
two, three, five and ten gallons, the smaller size with
bales, common and I B half bushels and measures,
camp stools etc. , -
I am also agent for the sale of K A salt, and have
now on hand 2,000 blls for sale at cost and transpor
tation. I have the exclusive sale by direct consign
ment of five hundred deson Field's celebrated oysters,
acknowledged to be the best put up in Baltimore. ,
To California and Salt Lake Emigrants.
Your especial attention is invited to my extensive
stock, which embraces everything suited to your
wants ia crossing the plains. I will at all times keep
on hand flour, meal, bacon, lard, hard bread and
crackers, all of which will be sold at the lowest cash
38-ly - J. B. JEXXIXGS.
: Caution. -
THE public are hereby notified that one Thomas
Heady, through fal colors obtained a certificate
of entry of the S. West fractional quarter and the
S. East fractional quarter of Section number twenty
five, in Township number six, in Range number fif
teen, East of the 6th Principal Meridian in Nebras
ka Territory. J The above is claimed by and will be
patented to B. B. Thompson, whose papers and evi
dence are forwarded to Washington City for hearing.
B. B. THOMPSOX.
Ji 1 8 j
D. 31. HITCHCOCK CO.,
T.ncnst streets. St. Louis, Mo.
- a 'mtti? 4 PTITIiKRS of Cookies. Heating, ardJ
IVl Parlor Stoves and Grates. ,
Alc Manufacturers oi lour sues oewBUM
;nt; CaryrioughJ cao and two horse Jright and left
land. . . ! '; l-
u. c: JOIINSON,
Attorney and y Counsellor atLaiQ,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Hon. Wm. Jessup, Montrose. Pa.
f B: 9. cfctiy; . r '?.( r a
' Johi JUi MUlei1, " Chiaagft, III.- iG
Wm. I. McAllister, " "
Charles F. Fowler, - "
. Vrm. Ferguson, JJrownvillo,.?!'-?, T
f S0. F.sLaktx, i ! H f
May Tr4847 - f x.' JL W. !l. t
GENERAL LAND AGENT.
Florence City, N. T.
33-aOOlS. Out I
,11,.,. V. JLJJ- I J-iUUX , "
IS prepared to sell and put' tip' all' size' of Rods
manufactured by the '-Ohio Lightning Rod Com
pany." . . ,
Orders left at the "Advertiser Office," will receive
prompt attention; W; C, LIVIiSGSTOJN.
Mar 7. 1857. , 47-tf
"JEZTFLO AJ JSi VIT1T1S
T TTTTT)T7" Cim
J. W. COLE2IAK,
INFORMS the public that he has procured a stock
of -New Carriages, Buggies, etc., and a fine
Horses aa aro to be found, and has opened a
LIVERY STABLE, .
I Sicond Str'cet between Water and Main,'
' Brownville, T.
' All persons wishing anything in" his line can be
accomiaoaatca at an neurs. .
: - ; ALSO: '
Horses and Carriages boughli-and sold. .
.... ' J".. W. COLEMAN.
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
"'; ' ' Just received i
Per Steamer Col., Grossman,
AT SIEGEL & GREENBAUJTS
No. 31 Main St., 3d door above Post Office.
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Fine broadcloth coats, and '
Standing collars, at tho .
Baltimore Clothing Store.
Bl'kand fancy cassimcr pants, and
Carpet sacks, at tho
Ifaltimore Clothing Store.
. Silk, Satin, Marsailes, and Casi Vests, and
Flannel Shirts, at tho
- Baltimore Clothing Store;
Fine Shirts and over-alls,
Pat. Leather Gaiters, straw hats, at the
","", Baltimore Clothing Store.
Black and fancy cravat?,
White and fancy shirts, at the
Baltimore Clothing Store.
Everything in tho clothing line at tho
. , : . Baltimore Clothing Store.
Call around and examine the stock at the
Baltimore Clothing Store,
April 23, 1857. ...-.! 7
JOHN COLHOUN & BROTDER,
(Sign of the Padlock, opposite the Tost Office.)
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
DEALER IS "
Building and Saddlery Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Leather and Shoe Findings.
ST. JOSEPH, MO; '' '
HAVE now in store, and to arrive shortly, Amer
ican and Foreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves k Son's Files Scissors
and Edge Tools
Butcher's do do
Spear & Jackson's saws
Gimlet pointed screws
Griffin's and American
Post bole augers
Ames' shovels and spades
Lull & Porter's shutter
Circular, mill and niuly
Planes and plane irons .".
Coopers drawing knives
do adzes and wood
Tress Hoops '
Butts, cast and wrought
Copper rivets for belts :
Plated and com. stirrups
do do BitU
do do Bnckles
do do Rings
Breast and rein snaps
Last?, pegs .. . . ,
Pincers ' ' '
Knives and forks
Brass curtain bands and
Augers and auger bitts
Grass and grain da
Shovels a nd tong
Framed wood f awg "
Blacksmiths' Bellows and
Mousehole Armitago an
vils American anvils
Stocks and dies
' Pad hooks, breech 'g loops
Pad serews, cockeyes (
Girth rein and roller web
' Silk, 3 cord thread
Calf skins . i
Upper leather ,
. Briddle do . , ,,
Belting do '
With many goods embracing a complete; assort
ment of the most desirable which they will sell at
the lowest priceo. J. t OI.tiUl A I5U0.
April 16th, 1857. 31 -ly
-MORRISON & HUTCHINS, .
5 "nave just Received
! ut their Neio Bulldwg
t . ON THE LEVEE
. Mammotli Stools.
OF UVERY STVLtS : 1 v ' -1
QUALITY ; AND UICB,,
Which they jntendjQ, sell,
Lower ; than the Lowest I ! I
j.' if m
At their New Establishment yoa will find T
M&ve'r jthidfe,Beedol in the W4icto! . 'A 1
country, from a bar of soap ,
' .to a broadcloth ecat. : ; !
M THE LA TEST , STYLES,
. Bold RmaTkablLovir.
AKP TwIC H EM BROIDERIES, .
"FlthQEg?IfAXS5iNn FAtiti? GOODS,
Silks, Sattins and Slippers,
'-J -. . Vi-r' ;- ' V ' ;
A largo and complete assortment of
BONNETS AND BONNET TRIMMINGS,
... 1. . ..'.A
. n ' ' of every style' and quality, j j
; Cloths, ;Casimeres, and 'Jcstuigs
READY MADE. SHIRTS, : Vi'
: i AND
Ready fllade Clothing
. 1 1 : i
To fit the MiHion!!
' Of the best manufacture and of superior
" v -' Workmanship.
. ' Looking Glasses,
That will mako an ngTy man handsoma
and a lady of beauty more lovely,
HATS , AND CAPS,
That will fit and plea every ody.'
Boots asiri Sfioes,
From the infantile article of red morocco,
to tho graceful boot of the gentle-' :
man's walking costume.
IXxiclt7-vxo and Oixtloxry
from the best manufacturers at
HOME AND ABROAD
Sold at Eastern Prices.
Genuine Imported Carpeting.
Of Xcw and Elegant designs.
China, Glas3 and Queenswarc.
PORTE MONNAIES; SILK PURSES,
And a thousand articles', ranging in rcsrular gra
dation of price and importance, from the primative
toothpick of the ancient gooso quill, to a thousand
Our innate and native modesty forbid us lavish-
ing glowing encomiums upon our ipring b toe It or
Goods, and we agk you to call and see for yourselves
WE CHALLENGE THE WEST.
. . . and furthermore
- : 'iMAKE NO CHARGE f ' . '
ITor Sliowing Goocla.
MTHERSOX, MORRISOX, t ntTCniXS.
April 23, 1857. 45-ly
A. LYFOHD. J. T. HORS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
. ' Dealers in
Nailsr Stoves, VIovrs, Furniture, etc.,
r - SONORA, MO. r
April 9th, 18i7. - - 43tf
13,000 lbs. of Ilacon, For sale, chap for
Cah, by LYFORI) & HOUX.
Sonora, Mo April 9th, 1857. ' ; 43-tf
IMMEDIATELY, by the subscriber, several good
Carpenter, and to such the best wages will be
given. Apply to
C. W. WHEELER.
Prownvilla, N . T, April 7 . 43.tr
Hardware, Cutlery and Iron.
A LARGE assortment at '
. ' ' HOBLITZELL A CO'S
teep constantly on hand, Floor, Cora Meal
Bacon, Batter, and every varietr of Groceries'
HOBLITZELL & CO.
Cash ! Cash! ! Cash! ! ! ;
TnE undersigned would most earnestly call upon
those knowing themselves indebted for Medicine
and Medical attendance to eome forward and settle
without further notice A. S. HOLLA DAY.
jjiownTiun, way 11, isjj. 43 tf
i . .WOBTI. C? . I
Per Steamer "Silver lUfo
McAllister; dozier &'ca
Calico and Brown-Sugar.
.,, FiIIooks ajli Clothes Pins,. ;it .'
? iv.i ,'iicALiliTEa, iozin.b co
Ginghams an Jfolas.?cs. 4 ''
Steel Pons, and Wa Board?, at y . .
.V McALLiSTER, DOZIER& crA
Salt and Brass Kettloa,
Tar and Ffne Combsr at-
McALLISTFR, IJER & C0'i
Lawns and Oi Yokef. w i- f
Tin Ware and Crushed Sugir, at
McAllister, dozier 4 co-4
Bleached Muslin and Bed Crli
i Shirt Collars and Fiddle String?, at ;
McAllister, dozier & co,
'.',, t .,
Denims' drawing knives
De Lains and dried apples at, '
-;! McAllister, dozier y cot
Silk handkerchiefs and hand Saws
Blacking and pain killer, at ': '
: McAllister, dozier & co-s.
Flour and irish linen,
Black pepper and bar lead, at
McAllister, dozier & co-i
Plows and powder, ; ,
Pocket knives and percussion ci;psf at
McxLLISTER, DOZfER Ss C0 .
BlTt silk cravats and cod fish,
Lace mitts and wall paper, at
McAllister, dozier & cos.
Coffee and fine shirk, '
Red and white fiannii and tob'oMco, tt
McAllister, dozier & co-i
Rice and ladies nndirslecves, '
' Nutmeg graters and Queensware. tt
McAllister, dozier & col
Glass and Ayers' cherry PcctjrrJ,
Carpet sacks and hardware, at
Ladies hosiery an J log ch;4ii3, :
Aecdlesand shoi-el. ni ,
McAllister, d6zie r & co:j.
Ladies collars and striped shirting,
Puff combs and saddlery, at - .
McAllister, dozier & co
Broad cloth and bar soap,
Curry comb3 and dress trimminj;?, at
McAllister; dozi er & coi
Boots, shoej tod ftar Candles,
Lace edging and Salaratus, at .
McALLiSTER, DOZIER k COj. i
Cottonades and spectacles, .
Brooms and Ticking, at
' McAllister, dozier ,t coi.
Sewing silk and buckets, ' ' ."
Envelopes and Kentucky jea;if, at
McAllister, dozier & cos.
Blue drilling, knives and forts,
Tea and white lead, at
McALLISTEU, DOZIER Ss CO
"Wash tubs and tooth picks, : . '
Buck combs and knit needles, ai
McAllister, dozier & co
Cassimers and vesting,- 'i
Shoo brushes and Godfrey's cordial, tt
. McAllister, dozier & co
- . t 1, 1 . . . , ;
Iaco veils and colog.io,
Dress combs and sui-saurs. at
McAllister, dozier & co
Thimbles and razor rtrajn, i
Pearl buttons and jews harps, r.t
. McAllister, dozier & co
Suspenders and ribbons, ; ' ' .
Brown, green and- blue bareg;, t
- McAllister, dozier & co
Vinegar and linen thread, J '
Jaconet muslin and shavingijoirp, at
McAllister, dozier & co
Linen tablo ppreads and shoo kicts,
Indigo and Jaynxs' medicinet-; -it
. McALLISTEIDOZIEB COi
Brown linen and razors,
Crash and diaper, at ' '
McAllister, dozier & ca.
Colored cambric and ink, shoc.
Thread and cotton batting, i t- .
McAllister, dozier &co'j-
Table, tea ppoonsaiid wad.iiug,"
Coat's thread and jack plains, at ,
McAllister, dozier & ccrs
Challi de lains, and window aa.ja,
Doors and shambray gBghanuat :
McAllister, dozier & cvs-
Straw goods, and summer dothing, '
Starch and pins, at , -,.,.
... McAllister, dopier & co
Bonnets-and hair oil; '
Bacon and artificial flowers, it
McAllister, dozier & cov
A thousand and one articles tat mentioned, ca
McAllister, dozier & co
" " " . . - .-t - :
For Dry Goods of every deseri Dtion go to
, McAllister, dozier&co
For cheap Groceries and good brgnn3 go to
McAllister, dozier & co-s.
If you want to get that which is cf ths best f j
1 ' McAllister,' dozier & cov j
AVho is it that always evinees the moat ,,cltBJL
nous anxiety to please tho taste ind captivte
McALLISTER, ; DOZIER & CO3-
Consequently yoa should patronize '.
McALLISTES, DOZIER & W;
Deal With ,
M'ALLISTER,' DOZIER & CO
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