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STEAMBOAT ADVERTISEMENTS. 1
SEASON ARRANGEMENTS I
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St. Joseph and Conncil Blufe "Wceklj
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,rrW THE new and fast running passenger
-T etcamer "SILVER HEELS," having
been built expressly for the trade, will upon the
opening of navigation,- make regular weekly trips,
botween St. Joseph and Council Bluff, connecting
with the first St. Louis Packet? at St. Joseph.
The "Silver Ileels," will extend her trips to Sivy
City, and intermediate point-, once a month.
DONNELL A S ANTON.
1857. MISSOURI RIVER PACKET. 1S5T-!
WM. EDDS Master
For Florence, Onsaha City, Counril Bluffs, Btllevuc,
.M.' Marys, Wyoming City, Nebraska City, .Lin
den, Brownville, Lowell. Oregon City, Iowa Point,
Savannah, St. Joseph, rVbYim, Atchison, Wes
ton, Leavenworth City," Kansas, Independence,
Liberty, Lexington, etc., etc. ;
fpiIE ncwcr.ceilent and favorite passenger Steamer,
X Wm. CAiiraEix, Wm.EdJs, Master will on the
earliest opening of navigation', run rta a regular
packet V the above and all the- intermediate points
cb the Missouri River, msais'iug permanently in
the trade duringtbe pntiro season. ! '
The "William Campbell" has recently been fitted
op, and refurnished in tho most modern style, re
gardless of crpcue, and with an rye single to strength
fifety and comfort, as well as with every conveni
ence that coald render her desirable to the traveling
public, rendering her now both as regards capacity
for business, supcrioraecoininodations for passengers,
equal to any in. the trade. Captain Edds hopes to
receive at the hands of hi3 numerous Missouri river
friends a continuances of that generous patronage
for which he is indebted during a series of years,
while in command of different boats, and for which
he hereby desires to present bis most grateful n
knswleagencnL4, promising increased efforts to give
general satisfaction, und retain their confidence and
April 2d, 1S57. 42-tf
MISSOURI RIVER FACKET.
W. W. BAKER - - v Captain.
ROBERT A. DARST ; Clerk.
For Sioux City, Logan, Omadi, Decatur City, De
- Soto, Florence, Omalia City, Council Bluffs, BoJIe
vue, St. Mary's, Wyoming City, Nebraska City,
Linden, Brownville, Lowell, Oregon, Iowa Toint,
Savannah, St. Joseph, cti., etc.
T1IE excellent commodioua and favor-
1 i . fl .
lie passenger sieaiacr vmjiikal, vapu
Baker. Clerk. Robert A. Darst, will on the opening
of navigation ply as a regular packet to the aboe
and all intermediate landingi on the Missouri River,
remaining permanently in this trade, and running
regularly during the entire season.
The Admiral has recently received many valuable
improvements and additions, rendering hcrnow, both
as a passenger and freight steamer, equal to any in
tho trade : and Capt. Baker hopes to receive at the
hands of his old Missouri River friends, the same
liberal patronage so generously extended to his broth
er. Shippers inny rely upon having their freight
handled wjtL tha greatest caro and dispatch, and
passcrgcrs are assured in traveling upon the Admi
ral, of being made f :el always quite at home. The
Aduiiral will make one trip to Council Bluffs, after
which dhe will miko
to Sioux City
every twenty dav.
April 2d, 1S57.
1857. MISSOURI RIVER PACKET. 1857.
... .loiizo Civil d. J- . :-
JOSErU B. nOLLAND; Master.
For Council Bluffs,OmahaCicy,BclIevuc, St. Mary's,
Wyoming City, Nebraska City, Linden, Brown
ville, Lowell, Oregon, White Cloud, Iowa Point,
Savannah, St. Joseph, Palermo, Atchison, Weston,
Ixravenworth City, Kansas, Independence, Liberty,
.Lexington, Ac. , . .
fjrS TilE tntirely new, swift and elegant
d&zx3m passengersteamer ai.oxzo cuild, Capt.
Jos. Holland, will on the opening of navigation, run
as a regular packet to the abovo and intermediate
points, continuing in the Bluffs Trado during tho
entire boating season.
Captain Holland, deeply grateful to Lis numerous
f ricrwlc ftlnnif tn r vai i'tr tKa 1 iKrr1 rn m Vii f 1
erto extended to him while in command of the
Omaha, and other boats, desires .to return them his
sincere acknowledgments, and to solicit a continuance
of their confidence and patronage for his new boat,
promising untireing exertions to render general sat
isfaction. Tho Alonzo Child was built expressly for the Coun
cil Bluffs trade, under tho especial supervision of
Capt. Holland, who begs to assure his friends that
they will find her to bo admirably adapted to the
wants of the river, being of great strength, lightness
f draught, beauty of model, etc., with cabin arrange
ments and accommodations not surpassed by those
of any boat in the river, combining all the latest
and rnott modern improvements that could add to
the safety, comfort and pleasure of passengers.
Nothing will ba found wanting in any of her ap
pointments which belong to those of a first class
March 19th, '57. ' - 4D-tf
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1857. MISSOURI RIVER PACKET. ' 1857.
JOHN S. SHAW ...
New Missouri River, Kansas and
rj, ri S THE entirely new, swift and unsnr
ttottSi passed passenger steamer, twilight,
Capt. Juhn S. Shaw, will on the opening of naviga
tion run as a regular packet to the above and nil in
termediate points. The Twilight was built expressly
for the Missouri river trade, under the especial super
vision of Capt. Shaw, who begs to assure his friends
that they will find Tier to be admirably adapted to
the wanU of tho river, being cf great strength and
lightness of draught, with cabin, arrangements and
accommodations unsurpassed, ' combining all the
latest and most modern improvements that could add
to the safety, comfort and pleasure of passengers.
Nothing will bo found wanting in any of her appoint
ments which belong to a first class passenger steamer.
March 19th, '57, . 40-tf
1857. UNION PACKET LINE. 1857.
Lucas, Meteor, & Silver Heels.'
E. n. SILVER
MasterJ. IL Lucas
For St. Joseph, Brownville, Nebraska City, Omaha
City and Bluff City.
THE St. Louis, St. Joseph, Brown ville,
Nebraska. Omaha and Bluff CMv T io-ht.
'" Tirt(P P.IL-nta -Tib IT T.iiaa. t...- 1
Silver Heels, will leave for tho above and all inter
mediate points every Tuesday evening, at 4 o'clock,
throughout the season. The new and splendid pas
senger steamer Meter, and the well known, fast and
plendid passenger steamer, Jas. II. Lucas, connect
ing with the fine and fast packet Silver Heels at St.
Joseph, forming the only sure and quick passage
from St. Louis to the above named places.
From (ho known speed, capacity and comfort of the
boats composing this line, tho traveling public may
rest assured that noibing will bo wanting on the part
of their cQcers and crew to render their trin hnts
pleasant and agreeable,
March ltb, 57. . 40-tf
1857. MISSOURI. RIVER PACKET. 1857.
CHAS. R. BAKER Master.
W. H. Rctddee... Clerk
orth City, Kansas, Independence, Libertv. Lex
- THE entirely new, swift and ele
gant passengers steamer Mix-xk-ua-ha,
Capt. Chas. R. Baker, W. U. Sccdder, Clerk,
will, on tho opening of navigation, run as a regular
packet to the above named and all intermediate
points, continuing in the Bluffs trade during the
entire boating seasen.
Capt. Baker, thankful to the public for its very
generous support bestowed upon the Admiral, while
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Duur uia wuiuuuu, uereoy Degs leave 10 tenner nis
acknowledgements and solicit for his new boat a con
tinuance of its confidence and patronage, pledging
nstiing exertions of himself and officers to give
full saticfiction to those with whosebusiness he may
be honored. The Min-ne-ba-ba was built expressly
for the Council Bluffs trade, nnder the special super
vision of Captain Baker, Who has spared no trouble
or expense to make her an A No. I Missouri River
Steamer, and begs to assure his friends that they
will find her to ba in all respects, most admirably
adapted to the wants of tho river, being of great
ftrcj-th li-Mre3of draught, easiness of model and
each V-.;:Jt:tn cf machinery, cs ma;t mako her
ens rf tii' :Vt ones, with cabin arrangements and
-ca.---datiois f a very superior crdLT, and Dot ex
ee'lei ly t'aosc of any boat in the river, combining
t'i Upmost modern improvements that safely, com
fort, cr ileasure could -ia-zcit, in short, in all her
..ning will be wanting belonging to
. ' . . . f'-it i ' - w Tisweiiror stoamar. j
For Florence, Omaha City, Council Bluffs, Bellevue,
St. Mary', Wyoming City, Nebraska City, Linden,
Brownville, Lowell, Oregon, Iowa Point, Savannah,
St. Joseph, Palermo, Atchison, Weston, Leaven-
4 . i
For Kansas, Brownville, Omaha, Council Bluffe and
Sioux City. .,i -.- ;. . :a ;-...:TvI .t-; .
, THE new, elegant fancy arjd commo
dious passenger steamer ;Omiha,, An-:
drew WixrxAND, Master, J. J. Wilcox, Clerk, will,
on the earliest opening of navigation, resuiao her
trips and run as a regular packet to the above and
all intermediate, points on the Missouri river., Pa
trons can rely upon her continuing in. the, trade
regularly during the entire season. .
The Oinaha having been placed in the most unes:
ecptionable c rder expressly for the trale, her offiiers
hope that by strict attention to the ccififort of . ter
passengers and to business, to merit a liberal share
of patronage from shippers and the public generally.
. . . .A. WINELANI), plaster. .
"... 'J. J. Wjixox, Clerk. ' '
April 23d, 1657. ..' , .,t ,' :.'4f
TIIOS. ii. larkin co:
COMHISSIOII .! MERCHANTS,'
: . - axd"'"' '
WHOLESALE GROCEHS: v
Xo. 20 Lttee aud cor. Commevial St.,
ST. LOUIS, 3IO. ' ;- '
' ?Spc.ial attention given to safcj of IIE3IF
and WIIEAT. No orders taken for the purchase
of Uemp,dirc?tly or indirectly.' , . .
WHITE, RUSSELL, & CO.
' " " WIIOIXSALE ANJ) RETAIL DEALERS IM
1Y , E1C1SS,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
" Medicines, Dye Stufis,
Saddlery, Boots & Shoes, Hats' & Caps,
QTTEEJfSWARE, STONEWARE, TINWARE, .
IRON, NAILS, STOVES, PLOWS Ac.
Also Furniture of all kinds, Window Sash, &c
GEO. S. EAYRE & CO.,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS,
Mills co, Iowa,
Gass co, Nebraska.
"T 71LL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Inves-
V tigating Titles, Paying Taxes, Investing mon
ey, Buying and Selling Town Lots, Buying; Selling
and Locating Land Wurrants, and nil iither business
connected with their profession in Western Iowa and
Nebraska. ' .
J. M. DEWS, Associate Attorney.
Greene, Weare & Benton,
G. Doughty A Co.,
Greene, Wearo & Rice,
Greene A Weare,
Nixon A Goodman,
Tootle & Greene,
N. W. Thomas,
Schcoly A Son i ;
Gee. 'm. Irick, :
n Johnson, ... .
I. Reed A Son, '
Robinson A Bro .
Burlington Co. Bank, .
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Ft. Dea Meincs , " ..
Cedar Rapid., . "
Vinccnto-v n, X. J.
. Jledford, N. J. .- .,
. II. A. TERRY, &C0.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS 1ST
GARDEN and Flower Seeds, Fruit Tree?, Shrubs,
Grape Vines, etc., etc. !
I5J"Boxes of assorted Garden Seeds constantly
on hand, for sale low. . Council Bluffy Iowa. -April
2d, 1S57. " . . . 42-ly
GEO. P. LUCKIIARDT,
OREGON, HOLT COUNT?,; MO.
TAKES the liberty to inform the citizens of
Brownville and vicinity, that he has opened a
WATCH, CLOCK A JEWELRY STORE
In Oregon,IIolt county, Mo where he will kcp con
stantly on hand, and for sale, a good assortment of
Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which
he will sell extremely low. for CASH. Also, a fine
lot of Violins, Accordeons, Silver, and Hated Spec
tacles, Gold Pens with Gold and Silver extension
cases, Silver Thimbles, Ao., Ac.
He is prepared to repr.ir Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry, of every description, in tho best manner and
on the most reasonable terms.
Every article bought in his establishment, is war
ranted to be what it is represented to be. Watch re
pairing warranted for one year.
July 25, 1856. vl-nStf "
OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
SIAXrFACTCREES AXirr HOLES ALE DEALEB3 IN
. Boots Shoes & Brogans,
XO. S7 MAIS STREET, SAINT LOUIS, MO.
ARE NOW IN RECEIPT of a complete assortment
of goods from their own and other manufac
torics,adapted especially to the Western trade.
Purchasers are invited to examine their stock,
manufactured and selected with great care and
warranted of superior quality. Ordirs will receive
rompt and carof nl attention.
E. E. PARKER,
. Atlantic street, West of Hoblitzell's Store. '
snowy VILLE, XEDltASKA TERR.
HAVING bought property and located permanent
ly in Brownvillo, I offer my erviecs to the
public generally, if they want any thingdone in my
line of business. I can always be found at my post,
or, more properly speaking at my bench. " .
AVork Warranted No Fit, Xo Pay !
Particular attention paid to cutting garments and
laying off work for the Seamstress. Tho greatest
portion of iny life has bee n devoted to my trade, in
which I consider myself inferior to none especially
in the cutting department, and I hope by close atten
tion to my business to merit a share r-f public
patronage. E. E. PARKER.
Brownville April 18th, 1S57. 44-ly
No More Credit !
"VfOTICE is hereby given, that hereafter we sell
11 Goods for Cash or Probcce only.
MCALLISTER, DOZIER A CO.
Brownville, March 12th, '57. 30-tf
BPvOWN VILLE, N- T. . - ; ;
RESPECTFULLY informs the public
h ( that he is prepar-id to serve them with any-
t thing in his linej at short notice, and with a
style and quality of work be feclr confident will
please. To his old friends and customers he deems
it unnecessary to say a word, to others he says only
December 13, 1855. vln2G-JT ,
THE public are hereby notified, that on or about
the 20th -day of February, A. D. 1856. there
was made and executed by the undersigned Two
Notes, in favor of S. E. Rogers, on of two hundred
dollars, payable the 1st f March, A. D. 1857: and
one of one hundred dollars, pay ablo the 15th day of
way, A. u. urn, luo consideration for which said
Notes were obtained having failed, we shall refuse
to pay tno said jtotes or any part thereof.
.. ' ' - M I'by W. Lake, By , .
' O. F. Luke, his Agent.
lirownvuie, aiaron lata, le57. . , 3Ji-tf
- New York.
I.O.PRATT, - E. V. POX,
O. ,Y. CHILD, ! S. C. MAKStTt,
as. Louis. St. Louis.
CHILD, PRATT & CO.,
Direct m porters, Jobbctii and Manufacturers' Agents
English, French, German & American
Hardware and Cutlery.
GUXS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, &c, Src.
139 & 141 Main St, cor. "Washington Atchuo,
1857.' Missouri river packet. 1857.
Tlic 'l(ou(efrom Brownville to Ft. Jicdr
; ney'and from thence to California
u the nearest and raod:t 'r :
lv. x practicable. . .:. :
f FINNEY & CODINGTONi 1 ?
NNOUNCE to the Traveling Public that they
ii. "havo purchased tho entire interest in the ferry
aerqsa tlio Missouri River at the. City, of Brown
ville,. iJebraska, and open the Season with' a
new substantial and commodious Ferry Boat,
run ty tlorse Power, which arrangement will secure
certain pa-sago at, all times and Yin all kinds 'of
weathcrt Tho Proprietors do not assert boastingly,
or for theprirpcse of gaining custom merely, but are
govrneil by facts, when they say thi3" is the best
crossing of ' tho Missouri River in ( Nebraska, and
whenL'they say the route from Bmwnvillo ; to Jort
Kearney" and from thence to California is tho nearest,
for evidonce they refer the reader to the map of the
Country: aDd are warranted'in' saying itz thb most
practicable route by personal experience, as well as
that of laundrcds of others who hTO r traveled it.'
Wo claim therefor that this crossing and route holds
outT peculiarly favorable inducements, to persons
going to California, and solicit their Wonige,,.-Notwithstanding
our superior arrangements for a' safe
and spcoiJy crossing, ourjeharges are tbo same aa other
Ferries in Nebraska, all being regtdated by Legisla
tive enactment. " ..!!. -,,,.r
A skiff 'will be in readiness and a haul on' tho
ground to rcn all houra of the night.
""Recollect that with our facilities of Power,
no .kinds of weather will prevent our Boats from
making regular trips at all hours.
Brownville a emaha Co., r. 1.1
February 25th, 1857.
i WM. OSBORN.
; DEALER IK( .
Jewelry, Plated Ware, Cutlery, Spoons, Ac, Ac.
Nebraska City, N. T.
JSTExGKAVixa and Repairing done on short
notice, and all work warranted.
NOEL, LAKE, & EMERSON,
23i"0-7Crxxx7T.llp, jKT- 1?
N. B. We would rospectfully inform tho citi
zens of Nemaha county and adjoining Missouri, that
we have always on hand a large and well selected
supply of LUMBER, which we can furnish at low
er rates than any mill in tho Territory.
Market prices paid for log3 delivered at tho yard
or on the bank of tho river. .
All orders accompanied with the cash, will rcceiv
our immediate attention.
T. E. CCMING. 10nx C. TITKK.
; : CUMING & TURK,
Attorneys at Law & Real Estate; Agents,
. OMAHA CITY, N. Tn
WILL attend faithfully and promptly to all busi
t ncss entrusted to them, in tho Territorial or
Iowa Courts, to tho purchase of lots and lands, en
trries' and pre-emptions, collections, Ae.
Office in the second story of Henry l- Roots new
building, nearly opposite the Western . Exchange
Bank, rAmbain street. - '
D.'27, 156. vln2Stf ; ;
: SPECIAL NOTICE.
Short Settlement Make Long Friends.
THE subscribers request all that arc indebted to
. them, by note or account, to make payment by
the 15th of February next, as one of the firm will
start East a t that time for a new and full stock-of
goods, and CASH will be wanted to pay for them. '
We return cur thanks to our friends for their
patroncge to this time, and promise to merits con
tinuance ol the same hereafter. 1 -
WM. IIOBLITZELL A CO.
Brownville, Jan. Sth, 1857. .i .' v - '
. .. Caution.
THE public aro hereby notified that one Thomas
Heady, through false colors obtained a certificate
cf 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 cf tho Cth Principal Mercdian in Nebras
ka Territory. The above is claimed by and will be
patented to B. B. Thompson, whose papers and evi
dence arc forwarded to Washington City for hearing.
Fcbrbary 2Cth,lS57. S7-tf
S. LOCKWOOD. 1857. K E. POMEROT.
L0CKW00D $ POMEROT,
i Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HATS & CAPS,
1 STRAW' GOODS.
Also.Shippcrs of American Furs of
every description; for -which they.
pay the highest Market price,
: IN CASH.
tiUL iMiii wercnants are invited to examine our
stock'of Hats A Caps for the approachins Spring
and Summer trade, which will be large, fashionable,
and well selected. In point of variety our stock shall
not be excelled by any House in St. Louis. - ' '
Our prices will be low, terms accommodating. :
Call and Eee us at our New Store. Second St.
St. Joseph, Mo. v ' 32-6 in
; Eagle Jlills.v,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
JAMES CARGILL, Proprietor.
TANUFACTURES and: keens constantly
1.1 A. on hand for sale, all kinds of FJonr. Meal,
and Feed stuffs. Orders solicited and promptly filled
on most favorable terms. Cash paid constantly for
Wheat. For character of Flour refer to evcrvbodv
tnat ever used it. ..
St.' Joseph, Moy Augi 30,1S5G. , vlnl3-ly--
Attention Lot Holders ! !
7iT G II L Y 1 31 P 0 R TAN T ! ! !
ALL per.)ongwho own Lota in the City of Brown
ville, arc hero by notified, that I am now pro-
prepared to execute WARRANTY DEEDS for the
same, and, unless Decda are obtained ixybre the ex
piration of SIX MONTHS from date, said City Lots
will be sold to the hxyhen bidder, and tno proceeds
thereof disposed of according to Law.
A. H. llULLiAUAi. jHayor.
Citv of Ttrownville. N. T. Feb. 2Cth. '57. 37-tf
BEDSTEADS, Tables, Stands, Bureaus in short,
everything in the Furniture line, can be had at
-...: IIOBLITZELL A COS.
considerable amotint of tuition Bills for the
Term taught by Mr. M'Kinney yet remain un
paid. Will those knowing themselves indebted
please call on the undersigned and settle.
Tho prcont Term of School -will expire in about
two weeks, at which, time it i3 hoped amounts then
due will be promptly paid up
. .V ... . . -. 14. Vt . (UIUAS,
. . ; . r r S"3'y B'd of Trus.
BrownviUo, March 26, 56.- v , . r 41-tf
O. F. LAKE,
w. n. HOOVER,
LAKE & HOOVER,
.Brovrnville and Ilcmaha City,
VT7"1LL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Paying
W tax its, Drawing money, buying and selling
Real Estate, buying and selling on Commission,
Making Collections for distant dealers, and ail kinds
of business pertaining to their profession.
Particular attentoin will be given in filing declara
tory statements to pre-empt and procuring War
ranty Deeds from the Town authorities.
Persons owning town lotsJ residing at a distance
wishing t wocurYTarfantT'Dccd3 will do well to
place the agency in our hands, (alw a y presenting
meirvait claim lJtjeilj for said wjfuoTniuffEi
piration o'-eix tnenths, as after that time H lots cot
Deeded will be sold. .;;
Blanks always on hand.
N. B. Lettcn of iuj"iiT answered rromptry."
' ST. LOUIS, 310.
ZjOEN SIGERSON BR0.y ,, ;
' " .Offer fqr sal the coming Spring, ...
and 4 Years old, em
tW'- -ou,uuu Appie -
Price 25 1 3 40 cents.'
25,000rpcach Trees, from 6 to 8 feet highS
rcities, from 25 to 30c. - r : . i '.w , vi. J i
: -i irariitipj
2s500 standard rears, emoracuig viincucs,
'; ' ri(;efromi'&o75centsfJ Sr. ";;7C (
5,000 Dwarf Pears, embracing 33 vanctici, price
SI each. ' ' 1
! 5j00 Chprry Jrcc3, Sl.yarictics, 59 to J5 cents
?L $00 Apricots, Early GoldenJiBuda,. Peach; Apri
cots, Large UHiy, price ccu. .
1,200 Quince, assorted,--.. .;2j to o9 cents.
500 Dwarf Apples, ;
500 White Crape Currants" 2o
. ; 500 Black NoIcs r T::TM' ',
' 500 Cherry Currant . "iL-,lt.
-: 500,Red Dutth. Currant r?l.r u':
.inn Vintrla Currants 15 '
50Q Large Red Dutch Currants .. .. . .. 122
.500 English 2!:tck 't
2,000 Prolific Gwrn- ; - ;? J;--1
nna lu.ht'a Seedling
7 - 00 Warrington do , V V ,1
1,000 Sulpher -do ..i. ...... 5
T ormAi-Vifrvn do 25
C U500 Crown Bob
2,000 Yellow Ahtwarp Raspberries
1,000 Ohio Everbearing -tio
2,009. Largo German Antwarp do, ,.-'-)
- . 1.000 Red Antwaro -- "'"
l,t)0 English Filberts VV -SO1
-1,000 Horso Chestnuts 50
5,000 Grape Vines, 2 to 3 yc.trs old 25 to 50
150,000 Grape. Vines, 1 year old .'; $5-l 00
.6,000 Dahlias assorted, each.. . 25
" 5nn 'Pfirnina . ' "do J. . ...... 50
10.000 Giant Asparagus Roots $5 100
. 6.000 Tube Roses 10 "
2,000 Yards Pink-. ' 50c ts yard.
'2.000 Plants Victoria Rhubarb. ...... ...,-,.'
50cor $40 ?100 '
' "8,000 Wilmot's Early Red Rhubarb. 12c
50,000 Strawberry Plants 12 varieties..-. ;
$5 to 10 per 2,0000
10 000 Shade and Ornamental Trees, embracing
Catalpa, Black Locust, Palionia Imperiallis,
'; " Lombirdy Poplar, Silver, Leaved Poplar,
Linden Wood, Sweet Gum, Elm, Balsam
Poplar, Allianthus, Tulip Trees, Upland Cy
prsss, Sycamore, Paper Mulberry, American
Larch, Weeping Willow, Buckeye, Moun
tain Ash, White Birch, Red Maples, varying
in price from 25 ccnt3 to 51,50, according to
15,000 Evergreens, embracing
Red Cedars, price each 50c to $2
White Pine do 50c to $1 '
Yellow Pino do 50e to ?2
Balsam Fir, do. . . ,50c to $1 .' :
American Arborvitas 25c, 50c, 75c, $1,50. .
Chinese Arborvitas, 5Qc, $1,50,
European Savin 50c, Tree box 50o
Norway Spruce, 50c, 75c, 100,
White Spruce, $1.
12,500 Plants of Ornamental Shrubbery, embracing
in part as follows:
' : . . Snow Balls, each 37J4 to 51,
Lylac, cch 50c; Spiras, assorted, each 25c;
... Hardy Roses, each 50c;
Monthly Roses, each 50c
Honey Sncklcs, asortcd, 25c, 50c $1;
, , Tyringa Philalclphus 25c to 50c;
Rose Acasia. 25c to 50c;
Privet for Hedges 25c;
Bladdacina 25c: Corcorns Japonica 25c;
Ellagnus 25c; Liburnnm 50c;
. .' (Tamarix Africana 25 to50c;
Kibes Uordoni zoc to 50c;
Weeping Mountain Ash 1,50:
. : Whith Fringe Tree 1,50; . - ,
Forsythea 50c to'1.00; '
. ; ; Cornice Dogwood Silver Striped 50c to 1,00
DeutxaScabia 25c;Deutza Gracalis 50c;
Weeping Birch 50c;
Magnolia Acuminetta 50c; -Wecpic?;
Linden 1,50: ; . - -
, . Dwarf Box 50j per yard; .
Eauoninrai 50; -
Altheas, assorted, 25c to 50c. r
In offering tho above Stock to our customers
we beg to say it is f uporior in growth and quality to
any heretofore offered, and persons wishing a supply
can avail themselves of further information, by ad
dressing tho undersigned at St. Louis. Catalogues
furnished to all post-paid applications.
Respectfully, JOHN SIGERSON A BRO.
OcU25,lS56. i vlnl9-ly .
New. Hardware Store.
Sign of the Mill Saw.
J. FLAHERTY, ; ;
. Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
AmPlican Gprrmn "Rno-lkli TTrPnrli
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. .
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
IS NOW receiving and opening the largest and most
varied arsortmcnt of goods in the above lino ever
olFercd in any market wc3t of St. Louis.
My stock embraces a full and complete assortment
of Cabinet and House Builder's Hardware, Mechan
ic's tools of every description, direct from the m st
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 whom I respectfully request a careful
examination of this department of my stock. I am
also jcxclusive agent for the salo of the celebrated
St. Loui3 Circular Mill and Cross Cut Saws, which I
will warrant, and fill all orders at ihe factary prices.
Also a large assortment of Guns, Rifles and PistoW,
Iron, Steel, Nails, Ac., of the best brands: in a word,
my stock is very complete, which, for its quality and
price, I am determined to offer such inducements as
will command a liberal share of trade from this and
adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies for American Hardware Manufacturers,
together with a long experience in the general Hard
ware trade,enables me; not only to defy all competi
tion, but has convinced mo that tho true principle of
trade is cash sains and small profits.
January 1, 1S57. vln29tf .
EXPERIENCE ESTABROOK. J.. D. 3T. THOMPSON
ESTABROOK & THOMPSON,
Will practice jointly in all business entrusted to
hem that will require attention at tho
Addeess: E. Estabrook, Omaha City, N. T.
J " Thompson, Brownville, N. T.
CAPITAL STOCK 50,000.
Nebraska City, N. T.
THIS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
fully organized, and their entire capital stock of
Fifty Thousand Dollar, paid in and secured. They
are prepared, from this date, to grant open policies,
and take risks, upon equal terms, with the most
favored Insuranco Company any where. Having
adopted the mutual principle, its patrons, without
incurring any liability, will share in the. profits of
Being the only Insunmco Oflice, on tneanove pop
ular plan, West of the Missouri, it confidently ex
pects a generous support from tt estcrn Merchant.
We respectfully invite tha Missouri River patronage.-
BWECTOES ! .
S.F.Nuckolls, . Chas. F. Holly,
IL P. Bonnet, . ' - ;T;; . Armstrong,
W. N. Hinchman, Miles A . Brown,
- X A. Bradford.
- ' " 'officers :
CHAS. F. HOLLY, President.
J.-Gabstde, Sec y.
St. Louis Agcnt-Ccl. W. P. Howard. ' -April
2d, 1S57. 421J
WE take this method of informing the Public
that we have just put in operation on what is
known as Sonora Island, four milos above Brown
ville, a first quality steam Sawmill, and arc now pre
pared to saw all kinds of Lumber on short notice,
and in a manner, wo aro confident will give satisfac
tion. We will keep a Ferry boat to run to the main
shore, for free use of our cusiomers.
v. - W. S. HALL A CO.
The operations oi me vuui.wujr, w-. ,
the present, to marine, cr cakuo nsh.?, wnu a
of on any one outturn.
THE public are hereby not'fiod, that there was
made and executed on or about the 20th day of
February, A.D..185C, by tho undersigned, Three
Notes in favor of B. B. Fraxiir, of two bundred
dollars each; one payable September 1st, A. D. 1856;
one payable January 1st, A. D. 1S57; one payable
March 1st, A. D. 1S57. The consideration having
failed, for which the said notes were given, we shall
refuse further jmyincnt on the said Notes, or any
part thereof. .
... Jesse Noel,
. ' Henrt Emerson,
Hexry W. Lake. By .
! . O. F. Lake, his Agent.
Brownville, Maroh 12th, 1S6 7. 39-tf
TnE subscribers have entered into, ft partnership
i nnr the firm of Reed, Ilolabird A Co., to
manufacture the J. C. Reed, Tatent Portable Grist ,
Mill and aro now prepared to furnish all those in
wait of a good Com or,; Wheat Mill that for dura
bility, simplicty and economy; excel any Mill in the.
world.' On ' the Jate exhibition of the vMecbanics :
institute in Cincinnati, a Gold. Medal was awarded
themforit-' - v;-:ilv .Tf!"0.
I It is adapted to all Grain grinding purposes ; it is
superior to all others for the most extensive Merchant
Mill, 3 it is for grinding ti? rpc" fe7"(?.
?TheaboTo Mills are- mannticnrcd by 'the nndeT
Signd4 at their shop in Cincinnati, O., where they
on bd furnished in anyquantityatfhor notice. : ,
' The above Mills warranted to perform 3 follows:
kli rn:'lfiirrf'-;itfiinviti,r So'ni Cnrh. 25 Wheat: '
80 .," "., 30 J (, 15 , "; ,.
2i tt if .t ; 20 " 13 " '
t As this Mill tells its own story, it i3 unnecessary to
quote from onr numerous rceommendatioh-rcech-ed.
! : v on JFresn ' Arrival of . v ;
' J '1 1 a m. rtT Wii Vrt. ' I ;
TnE' subscribers "would rc?p!ctfully tender their
thanks to their customers and the Public Gcner,
rally forthoirliboral patronage heretofore, and solicit'
a coniinuance of the same pas they are determined
to" sell' Goods as' low' if not lower than any other
Hauso.west of St. Joseph Haying just received a
large arid well selected' Stock of Spring and Summer
Goods; also a superior Stovk.of Family Groceries
with Hardware," Glass and Quccnsware, Furniture,
toaddicry; iron, ss. ? rt ' I CUI J i r ':' (I
j . . J, , Come, pno and all, ..
" ; 1 "' "'For Well wo know :
....... YVrc11 sell so
' 'vs Of Goods tho bept, . . t . . . '
, And profits small,
ulvr yy:- :' We'll beat tho rest, " f
And suit you all.
Our Stock of Dry Goods having been purchased in
the Eastern cities, we flattcriOurselvcs that we .can
surpass our competitors in tho.lo'w prices and good
qualities of our Stock, and earnestly belicvo fell will
make by calling and seeing for themsolvcs before
purchasingelsewhere. CAREY, JONES, A CO.
N. B. Country Produce of all kinds taken in ex-r
change at the highest prices, for Goods. "June 7, G.
KETilL " "
DCf UL gr
nasin Store: ,
Ture White Lead, r
Red Lead, . -Litheragc,
Cream of Tarter,
Sulpher Carb. Soda,
Vol. Oil - do,
Nervcr and Bono do,
Loudcn's do . :
Caster Oil, .
Alum, ' .
Saint Louis Gltio,
White Zink do,
Rad way's R, R.,'
Davis Pain Killer,
Fahnestock's Ver :
Stone's Congh Candy,
London s do,
JlcLanc s L,ivcr 1 ills.
In addition to the above, I have the largest Stock
of Druggist and Physicians Shop furniture, Chemi
cals, Surgical instruments, and Patent Mcdicicns
ever offered for sale in this Country.
Merchants and Physicians of Iowa, Kansas and
Nebraska, are respectfully invited to give me a call.
June i , iso'j. DAMEL ZOOK.
A. B. HOLLABIRD & CO.,
.MacMnists, FoiiRite and
Front Street, West of Emith,
Would most respectfully inform their friends and
the public generally, that they aro now prc-
' Parctl to cxecutc aI1 orders in their line, with prompt-
I ncss. uavmg lately enlarged thei
lately enlarged their shop and with
the increased facilities they now possess, they hope to
merit a continuation of the liberal patronage which
nas ueretotore been extended to them.
aw Mill Engines of every Description.
Constantly on hanl: consisting of tho Sash, Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears and every description of
t. astmgs, warranted to be well made in every particu
lar. They have also a Boiler Yard attached to their
establishment, which enables them to oversee all
work in that lino furnished by them, and aro pre
pared to work on as reasonable terms as any other
shop in the country.
Thoso in want of anything in our line, would do
well to give us a call and examine our new patterns.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Will practice in tho Third Judicial District in Ne
braska Territory, and in the Twelfth Judicial Circuit
in the State of Missouri.
Richard Brown, Brownvillo, N. T.
R. W. Furnas,
Dr. John Mcl'hcrson,
George N. Miller,
Archer, N. T.
FRESH DRY GOODS.
EEDY, JAMESON & CO.,
2VW170 and 172 Main St., St. Louis.
WE are now in receipt of tlie most complete ana
magnificent stock, cveroffercd to the Western
! Trade. Merchants visiting this city aro invited to
, make an examination of onr stock and prices.
EDDY, JAMESON A CO.
G1RAPE ROOTS. 20,000 Catawba Grape Roots,
J two years old, for sale. Price $5 per hundred
$40 per thousand. J. M. McClLLOLGII,
Nov. 2Jtf No. 200 Main st., Cincinnati.
Ready Made Clothing,
YERY YARIETY, style, quality, price, and pat
tern of Ready Made Clothing, just received and
for sale cheap, by HOBLITZELL A CO.
Hats and Caps.
LATEST styles of Hats and Caps, and of every
grade and price, are offered at '
IIOBLITZELL A CO'S.
Stoves and Tinware.
C- OOK, Parlor and Office Stoves of various pat
terns; and Tin ware, at ,
HOBLITZELL A CO'S.
Wood and Willow ware.
BUCKETS, Tubs, Churns, and an endlcs3 variety
of Willow ware, is for sale at
IIOBLITZELL A CO S.
CHEAT U. S.
From KemaJta Agency, in Kansas, to Vte
mouth of t!i9 Nyoway River,
THIS LINE makes one trip per week, each way,
stopping at the principal towns on the Missouri
River. Good Hacks all the way through, and good
horses and nice young men for drivers.
J. B. & W. BENNET, Contractors.
Dec. 19, 1856. vln27-ly
Across The Shute
At the Head "of the Island
To W. S. Hall & Co.'s Saw Mill.
HnE undersigned announces to the Public that he
X has purchased the Ferry privilege granted Jack
son Peters, at tho last Session of tho Legislature,
and is now prepared with a new and substantial boat,
at all times to accommodate the public. Charges
usual rates. - -
. . SAMUEL McERIDE.
Marck 5 th, 1837. 3S-3m
cf evoiy description, for snle at this
n: P. 12'XNETT,'-"- y t. S.'MOBtdy, 3. ' ' H. H.'Il A"KDIO
, IJENXE1', JIOI1TON & HARDING.
. Attorney s;,;at Iiav,
Nebraska'City, N. T., and Clenwood, la.
TTILL practice in all the Courts of Nebraska and
V Western Iowa. .-. Particular attentioir paid to
obtaining, locating Land Warrants, and collection cf
debts.:.- . ! . t.. i..' .." -fi !. ... ' :
. ., . f REFERENCE:
Tlon Lewis Cass, Detroit. I "u. t. .
Julius D. Morton, - Michigan; . .
Gov. Joel A. Matteson, Springfield, HI;
; Gov. J. W. Grimes, Iowa City, Iowaj , .... . :
,B. P. Fifiled, St. Louis, Mo.;
' Hon. Daniel O: Morton. Toledo, Ohio; . , !
.P. A. arpy, Bellevue, Nebraska: ,
'Scdgcwich A WaPaef, Chicago,Hl: ' '
.Green, Wearo A J3c.n ton, Council Bluff's, Iowa.
NEBRASKA CITY ; HOTEL. :
NEBRASKA'CITY, N. T.
BARNES & BARNUJI, Troprictofs
.TVHIS cofarnodious' Hotel, ' situotecl ' tipon
- aJn Street, Sebriska City, will bo found a de
sirable ?sort for travellers." Stage leave this house
for all part ol the 'iemtory.;
NEV TUJ-WEEKLY MAIL.
BROW N VIL LE,; NEBll ASK Ai
GEO. E. LTCLARY, '
HAVING' taken the ; con tract for carrying tho
Mail between the abovo points, takes this method
of informing the public generally that he has mado
preparations for running a Hack on the above named
Leaving Rock Port every Tuesday, Friday and
Sunday, at 12 o'clock M.: arriving at Brownville at
2 o'clock. P.M.: leaving Brownville for Rock Port,
same evening at 3 o'clock P. M.
This route connect at Rock Port with the St. Jo
seph and Council Bluffs Stage line, and at Brown
villo with the Stage line leading from Topeka Kansas,
St. Joseph Mo.jlndependcnce, Kansas City and other
points below j and to Nebraska City, Omaha City
and other points above; and New Fort Kearney,
west; The subscriber hopes by diligent attention
to business and accommodation to customers, to
merit a share of the public patronage.
Particular attention paid to the conveyance of
Packages or parcels. Charges moderate; but no ac
countability for nnavoidablo accidents.
April 7 1856. 43-tf
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
GEORGE CLAYE3. J. W. LEE.
CLAYES & LEE.
Real Estate and General Agency,
OMAHA CITY, N. T.
James Wright, Broker, New York,
Wm. A. Woodward, Esq. " "
Hon. R. Wood, Ex-Gov. of Ohio, Cleveland,
Wicks, Otic and Brownell, Bankers, M
Alcott & Ilorton, "
. Col. Robert Campbell, St. Louis,
James RidgWay, Esq. ' "
. Crawforn and Sackctt' Chicago.
Omaha City, Aug. 30, 1S56. vln!3-ly
JAMES CAKGILL. . - GEO. VT. CARGILL.
; J. & G. TV. CARGILL,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
AND MANUFACTURE'S AGENTS,
Steamboat Landing, St. Joseph, 3Io.
ONSIGNMENTS of Goods and Produce
espectfnlly solicited, and all business entrust
ed to us will be promptly and carefully attended to
at tne lowest rates.
- ' References. '
Taylor A Shepherd, St. Louis,
R. L. McGhcoA Co., ' " "
Livcrmore, Coolcy A Co., " "
Merchants Generally, St. Joseph.
r OMAHA CITY, N. T.
EEQUIRED to be in attendance officially upon all
tho terms of the District and Supreme Court cf
the Territory, tenders his Professional services to such
as need them. Ha flatters himself that his facilities
for gaining a knowledge of the practice in each Dis
trict", will enable him to give satisfaction to such as
entrust their business to his care.
Omaha City, Jc ne 7. 1S53.
ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to tho
firm of Noel, Lakk, Emerson-, A Co., will find
their accounts in the hands of O. F. Lake for collec
tion, and an immediate settlement is requested.
Brownville, Feb. 25th, '57. 37-tf
W. II. WILLIAMS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX
STOVES & TINWARE
TAKES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or
gon and tho public in general, that he has on
hand the most extensive stock of Stoves and Tin
ware, ever offered in this market. My stock of Tin
ware is of my own manufacture, and is for sale at
Wholesale and Retail at St. Louis prices.
I would call particular attention to my st(k of
COOKING STOVES, comprising tho most improved
patterns both Air-Tight and Premium. Among them
may be found Filly's Charter Oak, the best stove now
in use, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Pioneer and prije Pre
Parlor & Box Stoves
Of various Sizes and Patterns, which I will
SELL LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN TOWN.
Particular attention paid to making and putting
up Tin Gutters, in the town and country. Also, re
pairing done on short notice and on reasonable term'.
Old copper, Brass and Pewter taken in exchange
for work or ware. W.W.WILLIAMS,
vl-n5 Oregon, Mo.; July 5, 1856.
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
No. 168 Vine St., bet. Fourth and FiU
C. F. O'DUISCOLL & CO.
Xanufacturers and dealers in News, Book and Job
Type, Printing Presses, Caseo, Gallks, Ac.
s, and Printing .Material of Every Description.
.un.-, aim j iiiitin rr 1 .11 Ul lVCTy UCSCnp
STEllEOTYl'INCJ of all kind-Books, Music,
Patent Medicine Directions, Job?, Wood EnTcvin"-
Ac., f-c. ' o o j
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
IPcace in Kansas !
C. F. JENNINGS & CO.,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
White Cloud, Kansas Territory.
SPECIAL attention given to Receiving and For
warding Goods of cverv description.
Will keep a largo and complete assortment of
GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS,
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, -BOOTS.
CLOTHING, &C., &C,
At the Lowed Cost Prece!
Dec. 25, 1S56. vln28-Cm
Herring's Patent Champion
WITn Hall's Patent Powder-Proof Locks the
same that wcro awanled separate Mcdala at
the World's Fair London,185I,and tha World's Fair
New York,' 1853; and are the only American Safes
that were awardrd medals at tho London World's
- These Safes are now admitted to be superior to any
ever offered to the public ; and the subscribers chal
lengo the World to produce an instance of these
Safes failing to preserve thcircontentj through the
hottest fires, or a turglar picking the lock.
The subscribers and their agenti are the only per
sons authorized to make and sell Herring Patent
Champion Safe, with Hall's Patent Powder Proof
S. C. HERRING A CO.
Green Block, 135, 137 and 139 Water St.,
if v i.v an4 5 Murray St, New York.
March 5th, 187. ; . v 33Pm
PATENT GRAiH h.
nishFanners and otheci,i-h , h s
for the present season. It i, nn 'S
particularly of th5 mei-ii ,v. .i..
are tjo well Wn through lt 1' J
extomng; out, tap fact that t!.eT I...T4'!;, I
are continuing to receive tlic 3cri-l
chine, to purchase one of the-c '4?fii .
Aia praciicaiL-stof tab; Se:irvr,
with the brl of those mad J i Fu 'i8?.
received tho hirh.?stpfymmw. .:. " " W-
. . il.. I 1 ' . . . IH Tn.w
... . .. . . "'"i-ninirfC.
Bt inu ieaaiB CTl?U ;nra .r .i.
. c- -'
I nave a largo nuaiber of
Y - ingu nuuioer oi tQeiB v.. .-"T. j
he coming crop, made of taebeHmate71''':
ranted to do gwxi work. .- ... , eni
marines within the Tasiytar, and have v 'k
i' warranting them siperi to iny ia J"1 !
I a.-n also preparing a fey number ntl-
irtn nn rnluw i l . "CU'i
- .v j ii)io: iucr iloliix
patented in LaJr.',- which "re .gret"; ?Q.n(, ,
patent of 1811, bciu-" in iU'lf Uvhrp
ahead of it in other rcsrtO!'ts. r2
r a j t
patentee, who h's pcroanenilr locauVv,." -t -.
The above cut represent iu toar hor
tor," and is designed espwiaily fer'the'f--, - i
Im also ngent for McCorni-k's ccVtrvj.
ER and MOWLVQ JIACIILNE, combing 5
J. R. MOFFITT, Piqua. Miami
Improved Little Giant
CORN & COB PLANTATION
TnE subscriber has purchased ex.-!u;r.
Territory in the West, of the W.
Mills, and is prepared to furnish tacat-''K
.uvinwc i i vuiu, uu guaranteed it '
positive manner. u
It is now more than a year since the
Was introduced to tho public, during whieli
has been constantly growing in the p pulyfj:,
Tho improvements recently e2wted art pa,
makes it the most perfect machine eror &Z
general farm use. It U furnished rea.lv forrtv-
team, and woghs as follows: o. 1, .'5 Nu..
o. o, 4ii3, .c. 4, ouu nonnus. twentj aiiaoa
sufficient to set One up, wiihrai moi haciial aiJ
when onco adjusted, it can with 3nfety Ik- entri
to a boy. Full directions accompaDjr caca
No 1, $.15, will grind 8 bu tnt al per hour vita ', v
No2 43, " 10 " ' i
No 3 50, ""' 15 " 'i
No 4 CO, " " 20 "i " " - :
Liberal discount to dearer.
JAMES B. ClUnYM
No. 63 Locu.st Street, let. la
June 2S, 1S56. vl-n4 St. Lnni
s. v. ac:
ROOT & COZZEKS.
Omalia Oity, Ttf. T;
HW ING mado arrangenaat3 by whiih wtw
accurate copies of all thu Townships tufr-t.
surveyed, in tho Territory, we are now f,ri,iri .
offer our services to tho c.tizsni of tholrr''"
J.V TILING i
INTENTION TO. rKE-ElHT,
LOCATING LAND WAIW.m
Land "Warr.mts Iionbt anl S
Land entered on time, etc. .
PARTICULAR attention pail to lnirv'K
selling on Commission. AI.-o in makins C
Ipction iu all parts of the TERRITORY
April 7 43-tf
- BRUSHES! BRUSHW
DAVID JIcIUUKRAY, Jr..
Xo. 252 rtarl Strot.
Price List of Brushes, sent, if rcjnest"'I-
respectfully solicited, and promptly atlc-ulfl t ,
April z.i, i nn .
GEO. C. FITRfTLTSON
ijuownvilli y. T.
A NNOUNCES to tb puld c, thai h- is
2. to erect Steam Sawan"! SJercb.-nt Muj!'
notice and rea.-?onablo term. " .
ALL WORK WARH ANTED.
He id also Agent for I
A. B. IIOLLimilD Si co-s..
LEi: & LKAVITT'S ,
Saw Maimiactorr !
. CINCINNATI, 0., '
chincry manufactured or kept cm hand, by ta
tablishmontii. Lcttcw of enquiry, promjitly answered.
Aoel, lake A Co Bmwnvillo, N
Nuckolls i White, Kockprt, Mo. u-
James Lowe, Linden, - , 1j4;
ln3ly. Browi.ville. Jjn-'i:
NO BOOKS KEPT.! ALL CAS?:
A. S. HOLLADA-
W1IOLESAL13 AXD RliTAIL DEALf. I
Bru?? and Hedicifs
Main Street, Brownville, N.
rnilE undersigned rcspH.-tfol!ybegslcv
e to ui';
X the publ
ic, that he has no on nana
n & i .a IFv
Stores, which he uff.-rs for ssie, Hiclavt-.
New System of r"
CASH AND CASH OW-
It will be entirclv forcirn b thi
to uBook." iteei account." ,4roto
or 'rcmcmner ior i icmi u.ij . ,k
... . y,n. iu t"0 1
apouuouiCKS uyou wan.u.'""'
Prcscriptiocs Componnde at U Bo1, i
Accuracy and. DIspitC21-
Remember tho system I have it,Ft7rCJ!;t
pocketand your feelings wi'l not suffer.
potititf ly not be given, unless unlcrcir?u;u- .
l , t - - i m
-.1. vj.i -i.:. . AT-w
ST. LOUIS, MO. ;;
March 2S, '37. 4l-ly
July 12, lS56.-vl-u:f A. S.
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