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"JyyyiLLE, OCTOBER 8, J 857.
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5 . Tr, if pad in advance, . . -' ' $i 00
: . ' at tb end of C aionth.,' " i 60
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nsu of tt or wi" furnished at $1.60 per
- nraud4 tM ch aocompaales the order. Dot
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' th room extensile additions
' LIZ inks, Brunies. Carta. x.,
of Xew Type, Cuts,
made to tbe "Ader-
v claim W be ab'e to tarn out Job Work in
1 nner on'mrpasi-ed by any offlc- Tbe proprietor beinj
. ral printer himself, and fcavin in b employ an
...hi and cxperien'fcd Fancy Jub Printer, ia de-
IZ4 out to be out-done in the execution of Job Work.
fh,vmf on of Filter' latest improved Card
f If, ) Blank. Work in Colors, Bronte Work, fcc.; will
f. .ih tnrticalar attention.
. . diLoce will
I be promptly attended to.
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I We are prepared to 6upply
jotrnsliip Plats to those wishing, at a
-omenta notice. Orders from a dis
tance promptly filled.
'2sOTES FROM MY IOWA LOG BOOK."
"o. 2. by "Nettie Fexwood" has been
t Kii'AialiHfarJiiin or bii lit.
TPfpiveJ. but too late for this week's
issue. It shall appear in our next.
The first corporation election
uaJcr the nevr charter was held in this
citr on Monday last, which resulted as
A. S. Holladay, Mayor.
! J. McPnEnsoy,."
l. (J. Johnson, I
John Maun, J
; B. B. Thompson, Clerk.
? J. L. Carson, Treasurer.
I At the same time and place a vote
Vis also taken "for" or "against a loan"
cf 4,000 to improve the streets in this
city.- We are pleased to announce that
the vote was almost unanimous in favor
tf the loan. We nave but one bbjec
iinn to the loan, and that is it is not
Panorama of the Missouri River.
This interesting and exceedingly
ttcII ctecuted specimen of art was
Libited at Johnson's Hall in this city
last evening. It is impossible to give
anything like an accurate idea of it,
Ijtype.' It must be seen. It is paint
el on twelve thousand feet of canvass,
exhibiting the Missouri River from
Sioux City, Iowa, to Sfc Louis, Mo., a
distance of over 1000 miles, giving an
accurate viewtf all the towns ontoth
; sides of the river, scenery kc. We
: caa say no more than that alrwere de
I lighted who witnessed the exhibition,
aad were convinced that the artist, Mr.
S:n3Nst has produced one of the most
l Inu'tiful specimens of the Panoramic
! . ..
rt now in existence.
! . r.,r.ni-. nrn hrr to nrJct
aj luniiiwtu duu u v i a. it ua v s v l
i was accurate indeed, so much so that
1 we all "felt at home" looking at it.
,Thc proprietors, MessrsFaul, Waldo
i Simons, mcrjt a rich harvest and we
1 Lope'they will receive it.
I ACTlcultural Fair. . ' ,
I Qur neighbors across the riv-
cr of Atchison county, Mo.t.have re-
ccntlv'oranized an Agricultural So-
. ciety, and will hold thwr first Fair at
' Keck Tort somltime this month. We
Hope their first coming' together will
! Frove encouraging.
Jlon. Mr. Cobb, of Alabama, has
I'ccn in our city for few days past.
! lie speaks highly.of the improvements
ocr.citv has made since he before vis
j Ealn. " "
; Jhe past week has been unusually
-fainr, wet and'disarrreeable for Ne-
Irask'a. Much hay cut and yet in'thc
svat .:n v nA : rr,or
iw ti ic Jtl UlLUi . aa a tvtuufu
ThuITa or Earth Almonds.
; We. received from a friend
; last fprinc one dozen tubers of this
l'ailt which we planted, and from
; hich we gathered thisweeksix"quarts
Mthe increase, or yield. We know
j lot whether this is a good turn out or
i ot; but it strikes us it is.
National Magazine and The
We always hail with pleasure the
,rriril of thepe two exceedingly val-
nMe monthlies. As they are closely
ociated in their labors, and manage
a?nt, although emenating from differ
ft pointsThe ' National' from New
ork and the Repository from Gin
cinnati -what is said of onemay very
j properly be said of the other. We
look upon thcra is possessing and dif-
fusing the highest toned literature of
ithedar;- TMif,! w rr-ntlr-mpn of nro-
aad literarv and moral attainments.
- V ULTUU 4.1A A .M UiK " V -w
fcot but be seen, felt and acknowledged
or good. James Floy is . Editor of
6 Xtinnl unrl Tpv T). W- CLARK,
- v Mtava y UUV w
! ! u- D. of the Itenositorv : Both pub
i 1;slied lj Carlton & Porter, New York,
i: nd Swornstedt JtToe, Cincinnatit.
ii Acrnj8, $2. Orders may also be" di
1; redtoW. M. Doughty, Chicago.'
The fraternity of Masons met at
Omaha, Sept. 23d, and organized a
Grand Lodge for the Territory of L e
braska. All the Lodges in the Terri-
tory were well represented, and har
mony and mutual good feeling pre
vailed. - The following officers were
duly elected : "
Robert C. Jordan of Omaha, M. W.
Grand Master. '
L.L. Bo wen, Bellevuc, R. W. Dep
uty Grand Master.
David Lindley, of Nebraska City,R.
W. Grand Senior Warden.
L. B. Kinney, of Bellevue, R. W.
Grand Junior Warden.
Wm'. Anderson, of Nebraska Cify,
R. W.Grand Treasurer.
George Armstrong, of Omaha, R.
W. Grand Secretary. -
Rev. J. M. Chivington, of Omaha,
R. W. Grand Chaplain. -
. II. N. Cornelle, of Nebraska City,
R.W. Marshal. , ; .';.r
, C. W. Hamilton, of Omaha, W. Se
nior Grand Deacon.
J. A. Nye, of Bellevue, W. Junior
, J. P. Manning, Grand Tyter.
Rather too late in the season, Mr.
Bellevue Gazette to get nibbles at such
baits as your "obituary" of "Mr. Cyl
ender E. Watch." Perhaps his "Es
capement" is merely out of order.
Our old watch tinker, Monsieur Gys,
would bring him to life,
Dr. Tier, of the houe of Crane k
Hill, has the thanks of this office, the
devil included, for a supply of superior
Mr. McLaugiilin, has. laid
on our table a huge potatoe weighing
2$ pounds.- That's the kind Nebras-
ex-Jka soil turns out.
. Swamp Lands and Lands over
which sh allow lakes have receded.
There is no principlejbettcr' settled
than that proprietors of contaminous
lands bordering on permanent bodies
of water owe their creation as riparian
proprietors. Interspersed, however,
over the public domain are multitudes
of shallow lakes or ponds, many of
which, in the early surveys, were sup
posed to be permanentbodies of water,
and meandered accordingly. But from
the changes of climate, and other nat
ural causes, many ot these lakes are
i: : i,. : 1- 4
ui.ippt:iiiig, i uiC vi m pan, auu
have become dry and arable land.
This being fully established, the Com
missioncr of the ueneral Land Umce
has decided that no lands of this class
fall under the swan.p gTant, nor-docs
any right attacu tncrcto under tne ri
parian law, but in all cases of the kind,
the lines of the public surveys, 1 under
this decision, are extended over the
former bodies of such lakes, and the
lands are disposed of as other public
domain. In all cases, however, where
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settlers or other parties interested are
desirous of securing titles to such land?,
application should be made to the Sur
veyor General for the surveys to be
executed and the proper return made
thereof to the District and General
Lancl QSces, whereupon the lands Vill
be liable to pre-emption, and, after
public proclamation and ordinary; en
try, to private sale. Wasldngtuo
A letter from the President of the
State Bank of, Ohio, received by his
correspondent in New York on Mon
day, rs ot an encouraging etiaracter.
He says the banks have arranged with
the Ohio Trust Company by. taking
bonds and mortgages for their balances,
about $300,000. This locks up that
amount, but is not equal to their un
divided profits. There are thirty-six
branches, with $4,100,000 capital, $r,
100,000 undivided profits, and $10,
000,000 bills receivable. "The banks,
the President remarks,,"are in si'more
comfortable situation than when the
Trust Company's failure occurred; the
loans are on active commercial paper,
based chiefly on the export trade of the
State, with no railroad acceptances or
bonds or slocks."
CoLUMBrs, O., Sept. 24.
Representatives of railroads west of
the Suspension Bridge, Buffalo, and
the Ohio river, met here to-day, to con-
sider the agreement recently made by
the four Eastern main lines, to reduce
speed, increase fare, and dispense with
Western railroad ticket agencies in
New York, and to dispense with run-
ncrs and solicitors, and the -placard
I , A
Gen. W. Robinson was called to Ihe
chair F. S Vn on fl.A. "H-irriPQ
y 1 w tv1 j ltu a v w -v
made Secretaries, and a committee of
ten appointed to report to-morrow on
the interests of Western connections
in reference to the new rates, and pro
The captain of the Norwegian barli
Ellen which rescued Birch the min
strel and nther sarTivors of the wreck
of the Central America stated that
when he was twenty miles distant from
the steamer a bird appeared on; his
vessel, and three times flew in his face,
which caused him to change his course
ten points, and thus he came upon the
wreck. ; ' :
M. Gaillardet writes to the Courier
det ElalM Unt that the Swiss are in
tolerant of Mormohism. 'A number of
Brighara Young's disciples,1 having
lately repaired to the lake of Zurich
to' perform theceremony of baptism,
were set upon by the inhabitants, armed
with stout cuagels, and pretty roughly
handled in the melee'thit followed.-
a i i . '
Tho Mormon priest rec2ivcd,a severe
drubbing.. : :. . . . :. .;
. ' Maine. The republican majority in
Maine Is over 12,000. The house of
representatives will stand, 90 Repub
licans,- 21 Democrats, 40 not heard
from. '".':.';' . : r --
jIrs. Iowatt, it is said, will appear
on the New York stage the coming3
"winter. Losses and pecuniary embar
rassment on the part of her husband
arc given as tho-reason. ,
David Allison, of North Carolina,
died? seized of 704,153 acres of land
in five counties of that state, all adver
tised to be sold at the courthouse door
in Newberg at the September ' term of
the court, ' .
Wm R. Calhoun, nephew of the late
John C, Calhoun, has been appointed
Secretary of Legation at Paris, in
place of O. J ennlrigs Wise, who has de-
' ' ,-. '
The Dubuque papers announce the
failure" and : assignment' of Hcrron &
Brothers, Bankers of that city, partly
caused by the suspension of Carter ti
Co. It h said that their assets amount
to $175,000, and their liabilities 100,-
ooo. ' :" . ;
ATTORNEY, AT LAW,
" " AKCHtjr, BICHAItDSON CO. N. T. -
WILL rrHeti-in the several C-turtsof the id Jnlicial
District, and am and to all matters connected Willi tbe
PrUeskixu. MTU. ilclXKSAS, E.-q., of Ncbrrt-'k.k Ci'J',
will assist 0i f in the pruMicuticn of important Suits.
Sejit. 10, '67-11-tr '
W. A. ALLEfcMAW,
JilioWNVILLE, X. T.
VNNOUNCES to the citizens of Brownvills and
vicinity, thnt he has received and now opened
a general assortment of well selected groceries of nl
kinds, togethor with confectioneries of every variety
- - Co4 soda water, oysters, fresh fruits, f'c. al
wnys on hnnd.
A share of patronage is respK;tfully solicited; .
Y A ALDERMAN. . ;
Brownvillc, July 23 -'57-v2nC-ly.
AXD - -
BEGS leave to announce to the public, that he has
erected a Bakery nd Confectionary establish
ment in the City of Krownville N. T., and will kocp
constantly on hand, and in prepared to bake to order
Bread, Crnck;rs and Cakes of every manner, ftyle,
discretion and quality. lie has hud much experience
in bakingand consequently fuels quite confident he
will be able to give satisfaction. A liberal patron
age is respectful! v solicited. ,
, " . EVAN WORTHING.
Harvey, Tan Wick, Harvey fc Co., -
General land Agents
; ' : i -i a n d
; NEKRASKA CITY.
HAVE arrangements by which they are prepared
to niake Surveys of Towns, Farms, rf en in any
part of tbe Territt-ry with accuracy, and di-taU:h,
and having employed the best Draftsman in the T.T
ritory can execute liLipa, Towa llaU, and j-repare
Arehitoctural Html, and specifications to the perfect
Atifjction of our customer.
Brownrille, July 16th, 18j7. . . . v2n5ly
.' It. V.-MU1R,
GEIIEEAIi LAND AGENT
Omiha, Brownrille and Table Rock,
IS now pre pared to select Government Land.4, and
locate Land Warrants i-y any part of Nebraska and
Western Iowa: to buy and svll LaDd Warrants, City
l'npcrty and Keal Estate. Debt collected and rru
eeeds promptly remitted at current rates rf Ex
change, Will buy and sell pmifrty an commission;1
psy taxes fir non-re.idents. With a pernonal knowl
edge oT the lest loeations in the Territory, I am no v
lre- ared o ttend prorai)t!y toall business entrust
ed totuy er: Vill net as agent for Fire Insurance
Companies, i;t., etc. I have inade- arrang'ments
vilh the Banking House of -(Iillepie, Tierce & Co.,
Carbohdale. th remit Cash and Land Warrants from
pc'Kinnin the Eat, on my account and to be for
warded.. - - ' ' -Correspondence
BEFER P.T PERMISSION " '
James Arthbald, Ucuernl Agent D. L. A W. R. R.
, Cbas, T.Wurts. Sup. Del. A Hud. Canal Co.,
Tthrope & Junes, Carbondsle and Scranton, Pa.
B. Vi. Morse. Esq., Red Falls, N. Y.
lion. Wm. GloMon, Delhi. N. Y.
Jas. C. Urt, Sec. L!d. of Dir. Del. A Hud.Ca. Co.
New York. ... . .
" Wm. Fri'thingham. Attorney, Albany, If. A".
' Gillespie, Picive A Co. Bankers, Carbondale, Pa.
( Jas. Clarkson, Esq., Carbondale, Pa. .
Kcv. R. Nelson, l'rin. Wyoming Seminary, Kings
ton, la, '
Rev. Abel Bnrker. TIonedlej Pa.
Rev. T. S. Ward. Carboedale. Pa. "
Rev. frW. Gidding. Carbondale Pa.
Hon. R. W. Furnas, Brownville, N. T.
Jlark W. Ird, Gov. of Nebraska. .
Col. J. A. Parker, Register Land ofnee, Omaha.
Col. A. R. Gillmore, Receiver, M
W. T . Finch A Co Omaha.
' A. J. Stevens A Co.. Ft. Des tfoine. Iowa.
DR. J. L. McKEE,
i, BROWNVILLE, X. T. '""
Teeth j.lugped aud filled ia the ntost ap
.. Brownville, Mar H57. 48-tf
7o. 8 Comnercial street, sr. ions, no. ' .
i A. wj n KTt. .. . j ! . '. ' . at.. Q TTLXiKSO
j PUETT & n WILKINSON,
: ' ' AND :
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
' OMADI, -,rf.fj . T
Will attend to all business entrusted to tieir ears
,r KirnnNXis ... s,
. CoL Jer William.', ' Fairfield, Icwa. r
Jot. Jos. A. Wright, lndianaolia, Ind, ,
Mr. F. N. Roock, Washinqtoa Citj. -. - .
Hon. John G. Daria, RockTii!e,Ind.
Hon. Geo. L. Miller. Omaha City. K. T.
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS!
Go To '
. ; On Main Street, )5 : '. , ;
Hlereyoa trip fad &$biti and .,,
In Brownvilh,' " " .
At Wholesale or Retail f '
rpiIE anbscribcr would inrite tije puLlio to call
L and soo his large stock of Groceries, which hare
been lolecu-d with great eare, and ire now offered at
unnsoally low rates. Persons in want of Cofioe,
Tea, Sugar, Molanes, Cheese, Conftttiorjery, Fresh
Fruits in cans. Tobacco, Segars, Candies, &.; and
any other articles usually, kept in a Grocery and
Variety Store, will find it to thoir advantage to call
before purchasing elsewhere. Aim, by tho whole
sale, as fine a stock of Brandies, Wines, Gin, Monon-
guhela,aod Rye Whwky, Schnaps, Champagna wine,
Ae al eror was brought up th MiiMuri river. Fish
of all kinds, constantly on band. ' Country Produce
Wanted for which tbe highest price will be paid.
A share of publjc patronage is raxpeetfutly solici
ted. J. IL'ijAUa
Brownrille, June 18ib, 1837. . f
NEW TRI-WEEKLY MAIL .
ItOCK 2POH.T, 2YXO.
TO . ; .
BKOWNVILL li, NHBR ASIC A.
GEO. E. M'CLARY,
HAVING taken the contract fur carrying the
Mail between the above points, takes this method
of informing the public generally that he has made
preparations tor running a Hack on tne above named
route: . . ... , . .. ; .
Leaving R-xsk Tort every Tuesday, Friday, and
Sunday, at 12 o'clock M.: arriving at Brownville at
2 o'clock. P.M.: leaving BrownvuU for Ruck Port,
same evening at 3 o'clock P. M.
This route connects at Rock Port with the St. Jo
seph and Council Bluff Stage line, and at Brown
ville with tbe Stage line loadiog from Toncka Kansas,
St. Joseph Mo., Independence, Kansas City and other
points below; and to Nebraska QUy, Omaha City
and other points above; and New Fort Vearney,
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
counts jlity for unavoidable accidents.
Aoril'T 1S55. 43-tf
W. II. WILLIAMS,
WHOLES AI.K AVD KfTAIL PX1LER H ,
STOVES & TINWARE
TAKES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or
gtiit and the puWie in general, tlxvt he has on
hand the moat 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. Louit prices. -Iwtmldcall
particular atteution to my stock of
COOKING S10 th, comprising the most improved
patterns both Air-Tight and Premium. Among them
may be found Filly's Charter Oak, the best stove now
in n?'e, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Pioneer and priro Pre
Parlor & Box Stoves
Of various Sires and Patterns, which I will
SELL LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN TOWN.
Particular attention paid to making and putting
up Tin Gutters, in tho town and country. Also, re
pairing done on short notice and on reasonable term-.
Old copper. Brass and Pewter taken in exchange
for worjt or ware. W.W.WILLIAMS,
vl-n5 , Oregon, Mo-, July 5, 1858.
Editor "Xtbrtua Adrertiier": ,
Dear Siu: In looking over the last number of your
paper a notice attracted my attention signed by
Jerome Hoover, Esq, in which he states that certain
stories arc in circulation that tho undersigned claim
some interest in Nemaha City for the purpose of in
juring its prosperity. It may d quite well to cir
culate a report of that nature where the facts are
unknown, but to those knowing the facts such a
statement is merely foolish. m
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 said town of Muiaha 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 the undersigned in possession of the interest
by them purchased in the same; and they hare not
authorised tbe said Hoover to sell or dispose of any
portion of their" interest, but directed Huit to be
brought long since for its recovery.
' F. J. ilARSnALL.
R. h. BALLARD.
R. C. BISHOP.
. L.I). BIRD
A. G. WOODWARD.
CHAS. F. HOLLY
March 28th. 1857. . 42-tf
Boots and Shoes!
TF you want ' Boot? and Shoes of a good quallity
L and Uneap; go to
J. R. DAVIS,
. Main Stre :t, .
Where will bo-found the most extensive stock
ever opened in this market. - J. R. DAVIS.
llrownvillc, June ltsth, isas. i vZ l-m
DISTILLED TB.611 "CO AL. ' :
(SECURED BY LETTERS PATENT.)
Kerosene Illchijiating Oil. The light obtain
ed from this Oil exceeds in brill ianry that of any
other oil or fluid heretofore discovered; is incxplo
tive, and will remain limped' in the very coldest
The Company recommend as the lamps best adopt
ed to this Ooil, tbe Kerosene Lamps, manufactured
by the following parties: Messr. Cornelius A Baker.
also. Dvotf. c-f Philadelphia, K. V. Hani t wont A
Co.. n broailway, the Brooklyn iUntljlass Co.,
Xo. 73 Broad Street, Messrs. Dicta A Co, 133 Wil
liam Street, L. Merciqr 137 Elm Street, N. Yj
Samples of different styles of J-aiups can be seen at
the Office of the Company. " 1 ; '!
Kkhosene Lvbricatinu on; ro. I. rrepared to
suit tho finest, and alt other kinds or Miichinery
bums brillianty in Locomotive Head Lights, Car
Lamps, and all tho ordi nary. !N4araod lland Lamps,
and stands as grea' a degree of cold as best Sperm
Oil, and is admirably adapted to uailroad and a team
Xekosenk Lfbric attng Oit.9, Xo. 2, 3. Superior
Lubricators, and will be found to possess advantages
over any Oils in the market at same prices will not
burn and has been tbus prepared to meet the re
quireraents of Railroads and others. .
Kerosene Bixnacli On.. Prepared expressly
for Ships' use, and will be found admirably adapted
for use of Steamships, Mon of War, Merchant Ves
sels, Lake and River craft, and burns in all cabin
stateroom, binnacle, forecastle lamps, signal lan
terns, e. -
Binnacle Oil will remain fluid as long as beat
Sperm, and will burn all night without requiring: to
be trimmed, an advantage that will be obvious to
every Shipmaster.- - - '
Tbe Kerosene Oils can be -obtained from the
Wholesale Oil Dealers, Ship Chandlers, Druggists,
and lirocers in new 1 ork, and the rerularly appoint
ed Agents of the Company n many of the principal
Towns and Villages of the United States, the Caoa-
das-j, and the Island of Cubs. ' t . ' "
Iiocal Areata appointed (ia conformity with the
rules established by the Board of Trustees,) on ap
plication to ' .-'11
-''AUSTETJS,. : i I
General A gernt. Kerrfene Oil, CS;
No. N Beater Street, S. Y.
Jf.B. Circulars with full particulars, testimonials,
prices, se, win be forwarded on application as above.
June Zota, ISiT. r2 ?-ly
A 'vtyf tM "nriHrlt tucceislul remedy for th
cure of all Biuotia diseases Cot. tire oe is, Indi
gestion. Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fever
Govt, H amors, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflamma
tions, Headache, Pains in the Breast, Side, Back,
and Limbs, Female Complaints, Ac. Ac Indeed,
very lew are the diaetaes in which a Purgative Medi
cine is not more or less required, and much sick
nesa and suffering might be prevented, if harm
less but effectual Cathartic were more freely used.
No person can feci well while a costive habit or
body prevail ; besides, it soon generates serious and
often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided
by the timely and judicious use of a good purgative.
This k aLke true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and
Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or
produce the deep seated and formidable distempers
which load the hearses all over the land.. Hence a
reliable family physic is of the first importance to
the public tiealtk, and this Pill baa been perfected
with eonnuinmate skill to meet that demand. An
extensive trial of its virtue by Physicians, Profes
sors, and Patients, has shown results surpassing
any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures
have been elected beyond belief, were they not sub
stantiated by persons of such exalted position and
character an to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
- Among; the many eminent gentlemen who have
testified in favor f these Pills, we may mention : (
Prof. J. M. Lockb, Analytical Chemist, of Cin
cinnati, -whose high professional character ia en
dorsed by 1 ! 4 '
John McLbajt, Judge of the Supreme Court of
the United 8tatee.
Thos. Convris, Secretary of the Treasury.
- Hon. J. H. WaiQHT, Governor of Indiana.
N. LoGWonTn, great wine grower of the West.
Also, Dr. J. K Chilton, Practical Chemist, or
New York City, endorsed by
How. W. L. Makct, Secretary of State.
- Wm. B. Abtob, the richest man in America.
8. Lki.A"d A Co., Propr's of the Metropolitan
Hotel, and many others. '
Did space permit, we could give many hundred
certificates, from all parts where the Pills have
been used, but evidence even more convincing than
the experience of eminent public men is found in
their etitxrts upon triaL
" These Pills, the result of long investigation and
study, are offered to the public as the beet and
most complete which the present state of medical
science eaa afford. ' They are compounded not of
the drue themselves, but of the medicinal virtues
only of Vegetable remedies, extracted by chemical
process in a state of purity, and combined together
in such a manner as to insure the best results. This
system of composition for medicines has been found
in the Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a
more efScient remedy than had hitherto been ob
tained b any process. 1 ne reason is periecuy ca
rious. While by the old mode of composition, every
medicine is burdened with more or less of acri
moniouH and injurious qualities, by this each indi
vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative
effect is present. AU the inert and obnoxious qual-
. . - . .. . 1 1 I". 1 l -
lties oi cai:n suostance empioyea are icu oenmu. uie
curative virtues only being retained. Hence it is
self-evident the effects should prove, as they, have
ived, more purely remeduu, and the t ills a surer,
re nowerful .antidote to disease than any other
medicine known to the world. f
As it is frequently expedient that my mediciue
should be taken tinder the, counsel of an attending
Physician, and as he could not properly judiie of a
remedy without knowing its composition, I have
supplied the accurate rormuiie ny wnicn ootn my
Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of
Practitioners in the United States and British Amer
ican Provinces. If, however, there should be any
one who has not received 'them, they will be
promptly forwarded by mail to his request.- ; -
UI ail ma raieni xueuicines wuii arc inni iiu
few would be taken if their composition was known !
Their life consists in their mystery. .LJiaye.no
mysteries. ' ' ' ''-'
The composition of my preparations in laid open
to all men, and all who are competent to judge on
the subject freely acknowledge their convictions of
their intrinsic merits. The Cherry Pectoral was
pronounced by scientific men to ue a wonderful
inedicine before its effects were known. Many em
inent Phvsicians have declared the same thing of
Vi. . cj . 3 .;n
my Pills, and even more confidently, and are will-
ing to ceruiy mat meir auutijuuuus ncic
than realized by their effects upon trial. .
They operate by their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
into healthy action remove tho obstructions of
the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the
body, restoring their irregular action to health, and
by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange
ments as are the first origin of disease. . ,
Being sugar-wrapped, they are picasant to tae,
and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from
their use. in anr quantity.
x or minute directions, see wrapper on vae nox.
PREPARED BY .
DR. JAMES C. AYER,
Practical andAnalytical Chemist,
. LOWELL, MASS.
Priee M Cents per Box. Five Boxei for $L
: ' J. n. MAO, A CO., Brownville.
Bernard, AdamsA Co., St. Louis,
Ami all Drugists in the United States.
June 25th, 1857. v2
Buchanan Life and General'
Office cor 2d and Jule sts.,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
CUARTinKD AT TOE LAST SESSION' OF THE MO. LEU.
Authorized Capital 3,000,000--
B. Jennings, I. R. Howard, J. A. Owen. Milton
Tooth, John Colhoun, John EI. Likens, W.II.Poneik,
James Kay, N.J. McA'han, A. G. Mnnsficer.
. , J. V. Jli.XUUS, l'res.
N. R. McAshan, Sec'y.
S now ready to receive applicaticn for Life, t"irc,
ilanne and Kiver risks. A cash return of 25 per
cent, will be allowed on caro premiums. Losses
promptly adjusted, and the usual facilities given to
the patrons of the office. . . i
April 16th, 1857. ' " 41-3m
OUAUA CITT. X. T.
MILLWRIGHT & ENGINEER,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
JTXOUNCE to the puhlic, that he is prepared
to erect Steam and Water Saw and Merchant
Mills at short notice and reasonable terms. Repair
ing of machinery of all kinds.'.
ALL WORJI WARRANTED.
Ha is also Agent for
A. B. IIOLLIBIRD &. CO'S.,
LEK & LEAVITT'S
CINCINNATI, O., . v
And are prepared to receive and fill orders for any ma-
chioery manufactareU or kept on hand, by these es
tablishments. !-.-.. ' - I -
Letters of enquiry, promptly answered.
Noel, Lake it Co.j Brownville, NT. T. Steam Mill.
Jt. Mr. Furnas, Brownville, " . , .
uir. Ilann & Co., " . " j '
Dr. lloover, . Xexnahacity, " . . u
P.M. Rogers, Pawnee citr,- "
Nuckolls A White, Rockport, Mo. . " .
James Lowe, Linderi, " u
A. B. Ilallibcrd, Cincinnati, 0.
Brownrille, J one 19, 1957. ' ? T2 1-ly.
Nemaha Valley Bank.
BILLS will in future be (Adeemed at the counter
in Brownville, Nebraska, in coin or exchange:
and at the following places, .in currency or exchange,
E.J. Trnkham.A Co- Bankers. Chicatro.
Jno. J. Anderson, & Co., Bankers, St. Louis.
Mo. . 1
. Wa'ren County Bank, Monmouth, Illinois.
- T. L. Mackoy, A Co-, Bankers, (ialesborg, Els.
T. U. JIACKUj ,rres t.
Brownville, July 23-'57-v2n6.
THE NEMAHA VALLEY BANK,
Buys and sells exchange, receives deposits, makes
collection", and attends to all business connected
with legitimate Banking, and wilt be prepared to
extend Reasonable facilities to depositors. Interest
allowed on time deposits.
T.L. MACKOY, Pre.1.
SNews, Nebraska City, Times. Omaha, Banner
Rockport, Mo, and Bugle, Council BluHi, copy three
tnontas and send bill to this effioe.
C. L. .TC0XPSO3T.
LUCAS, TMOBIPS .
' --. - C. H. HcCLUIIG & CO.,-
ST. LOUIS, 3IO.
V Lave in store thi fall a verj superior stock of
Amhr.ij wli ieli rAay bb
PRINTS, . INDIANA CLOTHS,
i CASHMEllES, . CLOTHS.
; ALPACAS; tJATlNElT?,
. " .. . : Our SttLk of
Will 'embrace u'l the Latest Srjles and Newest Goodi oCercd to tho trade.
Our White Goods Koom
TViU tee jlllcJ icith a Verxf Choice Selection of everything under tJiai ':"
, ' . 2.'JIwd.Wt iciH itlio keep a complete line of ' . . . , '
: : 3QJ" o rsc? jr c joi ssiai 4
Which we. will oQerto tha trade uioa good terms, as houses exclusively in that lusicea, '.
f 1 ' 1 Our t6ck of ' .
BKOWN MUSLIN; . KERSEYS, TICKING, .
c BLEACHED MCSLIN, NEGRO GOODS, SHIRTING STRIPE. '
OSNABURGS, ; DRILLINGS; " TWEED?,
LIN SE YES, APRON CHECKS, BAOGING, &c;
' Will be found as complete as any iu tin' marfot.
We are determined to offer these goods at very cluae pro flu auj dekire wcall tbe atteuilooof alt CASH er prompt
Time buyers. . .. rtii8-3in
Real-Estate For Sale.
I IIATE FOB SALE and will sell at a bargjJn if appli
cation be made aoou : .
160 Acres of entered land part timber part bottom prairie
wilhtn one and one hall mileaef Brtwnville. -160
Acres entered laud, same dis:ript!in as aScve, 40
acre u:ider cultivation, xoud bouse and biru, aLuiu
iii? tbe City of Brownrille. ,
80 Acres of excellent bottom prairie laud entered, and
witbin two nillesof Brownville. '
65 Acres heavy timbered bottom land adjoining Rtiwu-
ville will be sold cheap forcaih.
60 Choice lots in South Browuville.
25 Lots iu tbe City ot Brownville.
4 Sbarei in tbe town uf Wyoming.
S. W. KVHXAS, Keal-Estate A'rt.
brownville, K. T.
" Aug. 6th, 1867.
33 husk Xattrasbes juM received at tbe store of
Aim. 6, 1857. 118 I. T. WHITE.
"PORTER'S Sl'IUlT OF IJIETiaftsT"
General Purchasing Agency.
THE constantly incressin? demand upt.n us to execute
cnBiiiiissioKH for the purchase of all knxla of article, outb
for residents and uon-residentsif tUecity, L.is indiKcl
us to establish, in connection with our newspaper enter
prise, a . . .
under tbe immediate su)ervisiou of one of our Arm, as
fisted by the most accompiisheU experts, for tvyylying
ng article in the world.
Particular atteution will be paid to the selection, pur.
cha.-e, and sale I thjroupb-bred Cattle and Horse Sui,
trained Dots, Ferrtt, and fancy Fowls, Carriage, Buppy.
and Saddle Hori., Carriages, Harness and Saddler, Time
Watches, every description of Fire Arms, Sporting Arti
cles, Fishing Rods and Tackle, Sinsic and iiu&jcal Instru
ment, lacht, Sail and B ,w Boats. Furuiture, flue Wines,
Liquors, andSncarsj Cricket and Ball Bats, I'.tds, kc, Kc.
AoaiCL LTraAL IilrLEMEHTS, of the latent and niot
improved kinds ; Seeds, Plants, 'Fruit, Forest and Shade
trees, and all kids of Books treating oa subjects of im
portance to the Farmer, Horticultural, hn,I Florist.
State Rooms E.ngaoei in advance, ou Steamers and
r -ei io leave lor Europe, aiiiomu. iuc ei inu:'
oraBJ. part of tbe wrJ nis wiiu,bllle ,he nw?t,i
Pai-kets to leave for Europe, California, the West Indies,
to residentsof inland Uiwtm. and places where no steimcr
agencies exist, of coming to New York two or three weeks
in advance as they are now frequently required to do
either to obtain passaze. or to secure eligible arconimoda
tiona. In this department, we will be ready to secure
Rooms at Hotels at favorable rate-t, so as to protect
the stranjicr frooi imposition wrll ai inconvenience ;
and, iu short, to perform any deseriyirn of roninussioii
that would ordinarily require thepresenco of the party
Gentlemen who desire to furm Libraries, orwhomn
wish to procure the Choice Literature of the tnj, can
always rely upon our judgement and selection. Also,
Blank books and Stationery, and book and New; Paper,
FOR TnE LADIES, we will procTire the latest Fashion
Platef, styles of Bonnets, s.-niple.ot the newest varie
ties of poods, rosmetics, erfunies, and fancy articloa, aud
we shall always beplcaedtofuriiisheverj'thing connect
ed with their wauts.
In short, for any sen-ice which may tc reqo red, the
public may rely upon us, with the most perfect coini Jence
for fidelity, and dispatch. Apply to
- GKO. W. WILKES it CO.,
Porter's Spirit of the Times, ZiS Broudway, N. T.
X. B. Subscriptions for Porfor's Spirit of the Times,
a Sportinis Literars, Axricuitural, Farm iy Weekly News
paper, may be forwarded to the same directicn. Terms,
$3 a yeaT. J '
Oregon, Holt County Missouri,
Dye-Woods, and Dyeatuffs,
Oils, Faints, and Painter's Articles,
Varnishes, Window-glas3 and Putty,
French, English, and American Perfumery,
j, FINE toilet and shaving soaps, fine hair nJ
&j tooth brushes, paint brushes, surgical and (fent
al instruments, spices, snuff's, manufactured
tobacco; all the patent medicines f the day; pure
wines and brandies, for medical purposes; choice
toilet and fancy articles, etc., etc.
. A QEN1 FOR lilE SALE OF
Dr. Wistar's Balsamof Wild Cherry.
M Roger's Liverwort, Tar and Canchalagua.
" Osgood's India CholagoguQ.
Jones' Ameiiean Cholagogue;
" Guysott's Yellow dock and Sarsapariila;
" Smith's Tonic Syrup. : .
July 23, 1957. : ' v2nl-yly
NEW FERRY, .
Across The Shute
At the Head of the Island
To W. S. Hall & Co.'s Saw Mill. .
rPIIE undersigned announces te the Public ibat he
J. has purchased the Ferry privilege granted Jack
son Peters, at the lata Session of the Legislature,
and is now prepared with a new and substantial btat,
at all times to accommodate the public. Charges
; URIAH SMITH.
June 11th, 1957. 39-3m
DILLON, THOMPSON & CO.
Large Frame Boilding Cor. Main & Rock -fits.
ROCK FORI, MO.
. . Wbosesaleand Retail Dealers in
. . , . And Groceries
Maid ware, QaeeDsware, Druga, Hats, Caps,
BooU, Shoes, Tinware, Stoves,
Furniture, Iron, Nails, Plows,
and Farming- Utensils.
WILL hare, on the opening of navigation, a
large and varied accession to their present
Stock, which will be sold Low for Cash.
February 12th, 1857. n 35-tf
' Main Street,.
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
WILLIAM T. DEN,
RESPECTFULLY retnrns his sincen
I la surrounding eonntry for their liberal pat
ronage extended hint since heeoumcnoed operating
ia the above line and pacc, and he would say to his
old and new customers who wish to continue their
patronage, that he bai just returned from St. Louis
with a large stock ef the best quality of Leather,
selected ander his own inspection. The quality of
materials, style of work to be had at the above esub
ment cannot be surpassed West ef LLoai3.
llrownville, Jan. 3r-l, 51 -tf
I ' .
fuir.d a complete line cf
LUCAS, THOMPSOX . CO.!
T. WHITE & CO. ' '
Drovrarille, f. T
Vt JE h:ive just reteivfd.pcr.Stcamer "EnsraV an
V V entirely uew and larg auurtmenl bf
SUPERIOR GOODS, :
Wbirh we will suit at as reasonable prioea
l any establishment in the TV Oat, . i -our
motto beiujj .'.: .(
"LIVE AND LET LIVE." "
Wo have now in store a great variety of the fal
lowing articles, which we purchased for CASH and
consequently can sell cheap on the sama terras i ' .
HATS AND CAPS,
i , ', ' r ! ,
SADDLE R I'V '
.HARDWARE,.' ii; , T
Q U EEX8 YA HE) ;
WILLOW WARE, , ;. ",
"vcr the TB'Tma
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ready Made Clcthin
And a fine assortment of
etc., etc. . ."
And a good article i.f
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. 7
It is a pleasure to us to show goods, And we ask
you to call round and see for yourselves.
1. T. WIIVTE A CO.
Jnne 9th, 1357, vj 1-ly
?. S. LANG DON,
BltOWSVILLE, X. T.
IS prepared to sell and put up all size of Tio'l
manufactured by tbe ' Ohio Lihtninj Rod Com
pany." Orders left at the "Advertiser Office," will receive
May 7, 1867. 47.,,
O. F. LAKti,
W. H. HOOTlft,
LAKE & HOOVER;
see rap iiTi
Erownville and Nemaha City
NEBRASKA TERRITORY. '
Y7"ILL promptly attend to Land Agencies, pavii
v v Uxas, Iirawing money, buyiug anil sFiiu
Real Estn.e, buying and selling on Commission,
Making Collections tor distant da7erw, and all kinds
of business pertaining to their profession.
Particular attcntoin will be given in Cling declara
tory statements to pre-empt end procuring War
ranty Deeds from the Town authorities.
Persons owning tow lotj, rcsMing at a distance
wishing to procure Warranty Deeds will do we3 t
place the agency inour handi, ( alw a predentin.
their Quitclaim Deeds for raid Lot 'within the es- .
pirationof six menths, as after that time all lota not
Deeded will be sold. .- . .,
lilankj always on hand.
N. U. Ietterof iO'inii v answered nar.initrt.;-; :
. nn 1 j
OLIVER BENNETT k CO.,
M AVTTyACTUEEES AND WHOLtSlLZ CCALBia t ,
, Boots Shoes & Brogans,
.Va87 MAIX STREET, SAIXT LOCIS', MO.
ARE NOW IN RECEIPT of a complete ass rt went
of goods from their own and other nutnuXae
tories,a.lapted especially to the Weftern trad. ,
Purchasers are invited to cxamiae their stock,
manufactured and selected with great eare and
warranted of snperior quality. Orders will receive
rompt and carcfo1 attention.
FasMonabie Tailor, :
Jacob Marolin, '
HAVING determined to ioeate ia this place, re
spectfully annoo.rM-es to the publie that he has
on hand a laree and well wlocied stok of Clth.
Tweeds Cniraer, Vesting!?, Ac., which he
win make to order ia good sty and at reasonable
rato; or sell by any quantity desired.
He also keeps constant! v on hand and for sale a
supply of ready made clothing of all kiads. '
MrownviTle, June 13th. 1857. v2 1-ft
ST. 'JOSEPH, -IO. : '
. JAMES C AIM; ILL, Proprietor.
MANUFACTURES and kery constant!
on hand for sale, all kinds of Floor. !tlai,
and Feed sttffTs. Orders solicited and promptly filled
on most favorable terms. Cnsh paid cociUnt.'y for"
Wheat. For character of Fl-ur refer to everybod'
that evef trsed it.
St. Jo!t, Mo Aug. M, vlal3-ly
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