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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1857)
X. C. WILKINSON".
OA! AD I, X T.
Will attend to all bonnes c.itrutoJ to their cma J, .,
Col. Jese Williams
Cr. Jo. A. Wright,
Mr. F. N. Knock,
Hon, John G. D:iviv
lion. Ceo. L. Mf!lrr.
I'airStM, Town. .
lto-Ji Vill' I M'l.
Omaha City, N. T.
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS!
- . - : ' kGo To
IT. X.. X-CL"CT3:z3f
. .On Main Street,
11 "A ere y ok vill f.ud the Lett aid
At "Wholesale or Retail! .
rpilE .subscriber would invite the public to ctdl
L and ecc bii larjest-x-k if Orociries, which hye
been selected with great care, nnl nre now offercd'at
unusually low rater". Persons in want r Coffee,
Tea, Sugar, Molasc, Cheese Conf-je-tioncry, Fresh
Fruits in cans. Tobacco, Serars, Candies. Ac, and
liny other articles usually kept in a G.v-ctry ami
Variety Store, will find ii to their advnairjre t call
before purcbiiiio,j elsewhere. Al.-o, by tUe whole
wile, as fine a stock of Brandies, Win??, Gin, Monon
gahela,aud Rye Whisky, Schnaps. Champano win.
Ac. as ever was brought np tiie Mi? uri river.
of all kinds, constantly on hand. Country Prodcee
ft... . . m f'1.1 , i -.1, , 1
anted n.r wuien me uikcti pnee will do jnia.
A chare cf public patrouao is n!?ptfully soliti-te;l.-
J. Ii. DAVIS. ,
Drowoville, Janel8;h, 1?57. v2 1 w
NEW TKI-WEEKLY MAIL'
n 9 W u v H
I- - - ' a m
BROWNVILIJ I!, N KBtlASlvJk'.
' ' GEO. U. irCfLARY,v ' J' J
HATING taken the contpot for cnrrying the
Mail between the abtvV'jfuiii', taken this method
vf informing the public generally that he baa ia:id
preparations fur ruuning a Hack on the above uatueu
Leaving R-k Tort erery TucsJay, Fridny and
SunlaT,atl2 o'clock M.: arriving t UrownvilJe at
2 o'clock. l'.M.: leaving llr.iwnviile for Ivock I'ort,
aitmo evening at 3 o'ciiick I'. M.
This ronto coniieet. nt ltock I'ort with the St. Jo
licph and Council Uiuffs Stage line, end nt Urown
rille with the Stage linckrvdinir fromToiiekaKansa?,
St. JoyejJi Mo Independence, Kanaj City and (ithcr
points below; and to Nebraska Citr. Umaha City
and other points abote and New' IVt k erney,
wc?t; The sub.criber liopca by diligent attention
to burineM and accommodation to customers,' ! to
merit a share of the public patronnfrc.
1'articnlar attention iid to the forjreranee of
Package or rvck. , Chari;'.'S niMlerato; but no ac
countability for unavjiiJatlu aeciJoats.
ADriI7 1835. 43-tf
W. II. WILLIAMS,
HOLES ALB AKD KCTAIL TEALEK IS
STO.VES & TINWARE
- Orogon, Mo., '
1 1 1 AKES pleasure in announcing the citizens ofOf'
L ron and tho publicin general, that he has on
hand tho most extensive tick of Stovc3 and Tin-
warn, rrer ffered in this market. My rtk of Tin
watt) is of tar owi miuiufiictare, and ia for sale at
Wholesale and Retail at St. Louis prices.
I would call particular attention to my etock of
COOKING STOVF.S, comprising tho aio.-t impnved
pattern? both Air-Tight and Premium. Among them
may be found Filly's Charter Oak, tkebesfstove now
in use, the Asiatic Air-TiLt, Pioneer and priie Pre
Parlor & Box Stoves
'. Of various Sites and Patterns, which I will '.
SELL LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN TOWN.
Particular bttchtion paid to making and putting
tip Tin Gutters, in tho town and country. Al-o, re
pairing done on short notice and on reasonable tcnn.
Old copper, J S rajs ,and Fevrter takf n in exchange
for work or ware. W. W. WILLIAMS.
vl-n5 Oregon, Mo., July 6, 1856.
Elltor "Xtlrntlca AJrrrtiter":
Dear Sik: In looking over the last number cf yocr
yipcr a notice nttra?ted my attention signed by
urorao Hoover, Esq., in which he states that certain
tories are in ciroulation that the undersigned claim
acme interest in Nemaha City for the purposo of in
juring iU pmspcrity. It may do quite well to cir
culate a. report of that nature hero the facts are
unknown, but to t'io?o knowing the fact each a
statement is merely foolish.
And for the purpose of giving a fnir opportunity
to jiersoni to ascertain the facts we hereby warn all
persona from purchasing any pretended claim or
interest in tho said town of Nemaha City, from the
aid Jerome Hoover, a be has sold and received ray
for nine-twelfths of said town, and suit is now pending
Ut plaeo the undersigned in possession of the interest
by them purchased in the same;, and they have not
authoriied tho said Hoover to sell or dispose of any
portion of thiir interest, but directed suit to be
brought k'inee fo it? recovery. ' ' ;
Y. J. MARSHALL.
J AS. DON 1 THAN.
K. C. BISHOP. .
. : - A. J. WOODWARD.
S. F. NUCKOLLS.
CUAS. F. HOLLY.
March 28tb, 1S57. 42-tf
dots' mid tliocs!
IFyoawant Boots and ShQcsjf a gocd quallity
and Cheap; go to . ' .
j. ii. daj is,
Main Street,; . ' "
T ' ;: BROWNVILLE, N.'"' "
Where will be found the most extensive stock
eve opened in this market. J. R. DAVIS.
Brownville, June lSth,lS53. v2 1-Cm
DISTILLED FROLI COAL.
(SECURED BY LETTERS PATENT;)
KntosRXB iLLrmsATixo Oil. The light obtain
d front this Oil exceeds in brilliancy tiiatof any
other oil or fluid heretofore diovord; is inexplo--tire,
and will remain limped in the very coldest
The Company recomraead as the lamps best adopt
ed to this Ooil, the Kerosene Lamp?, inaaofactorcd
toy the following parties: Messrs. Cornelius A linker,
also, Dyott.of lliiladolpbia, E. V. Hautwo it A
Co 4.- Broa.lw.iy, tbe Brooklyn Flint, Wass Co.,
No. 73 Broad Strict, Messrs. Diets A Co, lJ,Yii
liam Street, L. Mercit-r 137 Elm Struct Y.
Saroplwf difforent styles of Lamps can be seen at
the Office of the Company. ,
Keko&enk LrBRiCATixi Oil, Xo..L Prepared to
suit the finest, and all other , kinds of Machinery
burns brillianty in Locomotive ' Head Lights, Car
Lamps, and all tho ordinary Sohirand Hand Limps,
and stands as grea a degree of rel 1 as best Sperm
Oil, and is admirably adapted to Railroad and Steam
ship use. '
Kerosene LrcsiCATrsc Oils. No. 2. S. Superior
Lubricators, and will be fonnd to posses advantages
overany t)ils in the market at same prices will not
burn and has been thus prepared to meet the re
quirements of Railroads and others. '
KkroSen-e'Bin-naclk D it. Prepared expressly
for Ships ase,and will be found admirably alaj.tol
.for se of Staamships, Men of War, Merchant Ves
sels, Lake and Kiver craft, and burns in all cabin
ataternom, binnacle, forecastle lamps, signal lan
terns, Ac. , .
Binnaclo Oil will remain Caid as long as best
Sperm, aai will Lorn all night without requiring to
b.triaamed, an advaataga that wiilb. obvious to
very Shipmaster. i ...
- The Kerosene Oils can bo obtained from the
Wholesale Oil Dealers. Ship Chandlers, Druggists,
and Grocers in New York, and tho regulfirly appoint
ed AgeaUof the Couqiany n miay-of the principal
Towns and Villages of the United State, the Cana
days, and the Lland of. nb a. .
Local Aseete appnxl ia eoTiT'irmity wth th.
wies BstablUbed by tho Uo.axJ tf Trustees,) oar ap
fctieaUoa to .... . i ,
" v - "' at:ste:v-s,"-":,j
Gtueral Ayt1t. tCcrtitm Oil, 1
."..,', ...... N.5tBivStrct,N.Y,,'
K.Ti. Circular with full parUcalars. testimonial
prices, Ac., wUlbf forwarded on application aeabeve.
aiie iJtn, x2 2
a. w. fcVrr. -
Ji. LT FOILS.
' ' IIATS, $:!Ar&,rc'K
Nails, Stoves, Flows, Furniture, etc.,
..April Sth, US7.
l15,OOa Ibi. of fJacoc, For tab', -hp for
eh. Ly LYF011D 4: IlUJi.X.
Sonora, Mo, April Oth, 1S57. ; 43-tf
' iA. C. REVAN7J
MASONIC REG ALIAS.
, ; ' U. C. J0IINS0N,
Attorney &id :(ouncIlyr: at Zaw,
Keal Estate. Agent. '
Hon. Win. Jossap, Montroe, Pa.
15. S. Dcntly, , ., " . "
John C. Miiler, Chieago, 111.
Win. I. McAllister, " "
, ChaH-v K. Fowler,. . f . -,
- Win. FerguetDj Brownrille, S.'TC;- '--''J.
n v i.oL . .,..,..
May 7, 13S7. ! i
j. w. cole:iajn ,.
INFORMS the public that ba has procured a stock
of New Carriages, lluggies, etc.,, and as fine
Horses a are to bo found, and has oponed a
LI VJERY, , STABLE ,
Second Street between Water and Main,
" Ilroirnville, N. T.
All person? wishing anything in his lino can be
accommodated at ail hours. ' Ll '
.v-.nv;. : ;AIE0:;:j'; ' ;
Horses and Carriagcs'bougLt and Bold.
J. W. COLEMAN.
' ST. JOSEPH, MO. 1
JAMES CAUGILL, Proprietor.
" rAXUFACTCRES and keep constantly
J3jL on hand for sale, all kinds of Flo nr. Meal,
and Fct-d stuffs. Orders solicited and promptly filled
on most favorable terms. Cas'a paid constantly for
Wheat, i'or character of Floor refer to everybody
that ever nsod it. "- ,.
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 30, 1856. vln!3-ly
S. Lock wood. XS57. V R- E roMEior.
L0CKW00D POjIEROYy ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in , '
MATS AND . .CAPS:-
nir-i i -r il
AlSO, bllippcrS Of American J?Ur3 Of
every description; for vrhichiliey
pay the highest Market price
COUNTRY Merchants are invited to examine our
stock of Hat A Cajis for the approaching Spring
sud Summer trade, which will bo large, fashionable,
and well selected. In point of variety our stockaiiall
not be cxeellei by any House in St. Louis.
Our prices will be low, terms accommodating.
Call and see us at our New Store. Second St.
St. Joseph, Mo. 3 2-6 in.
OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
MAXUFACTIEEBS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Boots Ghoes & Brogans,
.V0."S7 MAIS STREET, SAIXT LOUIS, MO.
4 &E NOW. IN RECEIPT of a complete assortment
-la. 01 gooas tromt.'ieir own ana other manufac
tories, adapted especially to the Western trade.
Purchasers' aro ltvitcd to; examine their stock,
manui.ietured and selected with great care and
warranted of superior quality. Orders will receive
rompt andcaroful attention.
w.'jr, 'hoove a,v
'Nemaha Cirya -
LAKE & HOOVER,
K0TARYS lPUBLIC,, ' --
Erovrnville and Nemaha City,
ILL promptly attend to Land Agencies, -Paying
V taxas, Drawing m;cey, buying and selling
Real E.'tae, buying and selling on Commissfon,
Making Collections for distant dealers, and all kinds
of buj-iness pertaining to th'.'ir profession.
Particular attcntoin will bo given in filing declara
tory statements to pre-empt and procuring War
ranty Deed j from the Town authorities.
Persons c wnins: town lots, residinzat a'distanee
wishing to procure Warranty Deeds wUl do well to
plane tho a feney' is r.ur hands, (ala-njf presenting
their Quitclaim Deeds for said Lot itbin the ex
piration of six months, as after that time all lota not
Lieeaca will tie sold. : - i
Blanks always on hand. . '
N. B. Letters of inquiiv answered promptly.
March 2ii, '57. 41-ly
, I1R0WNVILLE, N. T.
WILLIAM T. DEN,
RI'.SPECTFULLY," returns his sincere
thanka to . th citizens cf Brownvillq and
surrounding country for their liberal pat
ronage extended him lince he commenced operating
in the atiove line and place, and he would fay to bis
old and new. cnstolneis who wish to continue their
patronage, that ho has jnst returned from St. Louis
with a large -t-k -of the best quality of Leather,
select 1 oiider hfe Wn.ipetion. ."The quality of
material?, ty1e"of woit to"te had at theabofc estab
Eaent 'annotlo surpafscd Westof ULouif.
Brownville, Jan. 3rd, 23j7.. . .. ' 51-tf
C, S. LANG DON, ;
XROVrXTILLE, X T.
IS prepared to sell and -put op ll siie f Rod
manufactured by the 0hio Lightning Rod Com-
Orders left at the "Adrertiser Office," will receive
DILLON, THOMPSON 5lC0.
Larje Fraraa Building Cor. Main & Rock
jtdcK porj, iroJ
; : . . , r
Whccsale and Retail DecUri in
1 ' And Groceries,'"''
IIaxJ-ar34 Qaeensware, .Drugs. Hats. Caps,
iiouts, jsuoes,, iiawi.re, . btoyes, ., i
. Furniture, Iron; Nails,. Plows, '
' r.d Famins Utensils: :
WILL haver, n the opening of havipilion, a
large and varied aecesdon to their present
Stock, wbica will besold Low for Citii, ' ' " '
February 12th, 1S57. J-tf
",8z - Shoe
' . . ' '
: i- . : ., -..tJ .v. C
Thrr ba Jonj'rctated a prililie derornd for an
erTcetie purgativ? piil which' ronld be relied on a
syrc iuiiI perfectly safe in its operation. -Th5h,
been pre pared to meet that dent:tnd, and aw exten
sive trial of it virtues ho conr' isively shown with
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is eary to make a phvsical jnd, bnt not easy to
make the best of all pill' one which should have
none of the objections, bnt all the advantages, of
every other- this has been attempted here,' and
with what success we would respectfully Bwbniit to
the public decision.' It has been unfortunate for
the patient hitherto that almost every pnrgative
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
els. This is not. ' Kany of them produce so ranch
griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than' counterbalance the'gooA to be derived from
thom.,Th.?se pill produce no irritation -or pain,
unless it arke from a prcviorisly existing ebtru
tioivor derangement in. the bowels; ' Bcuig"prirery
veiretable. noi harm 'can' arise from their tise m tiny
quantity ; but it is better that ahy medicine should
be taken jndiciortsly.' Minute directions for their
nsc in the several "diseases to 'which they are ap
plicable are given on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily enred by them, we
. mnv mention I jver Complaint, in its various forms
of Jaundice; Indirection, languor and Loss of Ap
petite, Listlcssness, Irritabilitv, Bilions Headache,
Bilions- Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain the Side
and Loins ; for,, in truth, all these are but the eon-
acenence of 'diseased action in the liver. .As an
i aperient thryaffbrd prompt and sure relief .in Cos
tivencss, PilH. Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrofula
and Scnrry, Colds with sorenesn of the body, Ulcers
and impurity of the blood, Irregularities ; in short,
anv and every case Where a pttrgatiTe is required
i'hev have also prednced ome sinaruurly suc
Rheimiatism J Gout. Dronsr. Gravel,
F.n tipelas, Talpitation of the Heart, Pains in the
Back, Stomach, and Side, They should bo freely
takrn in the unrine of the rear, to purify the blood
and prepare the system for the change of seasons
An occasional fiose stsmuiaxes ine siomacu sun
bowels jnto healthy action, and restores--the appe
tite and viffor. They ptirify the blood, aid, by their
Stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
yato the vtrength of "the body,-and restore, the
wasted 6r di'.ieuscd enereies of the whole, organism,
Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, even
tho-igh no serious derangement, exists; but n
necesRarv dosinir should never bo carried too :r,
as overy purgative medicine; reduces the strenfcia
when taken to excess. ; The thousand cases in which
a phynic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
they"' suggest themselves to the reason' of every
body ;; and it is confidently believed this,pill will
answer a better purpose tha any thing which has
hitherto been available to mankind, i When their
virtues are once known, tho public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ whea in need of a
cathartic medicine. JJeing sugar-wrapped, they are
Eleisant to take, and being purely vegetable, no
arm can arise from their use in any quantity. ..
1'or minute directions, sec wrapper on the Box ,
DR. JAMES C. AYEIl,
Pntctical nnd Analytical Clicniist,
, ' LOWELL, MASS. '
, Price 25 Cents per Xox. Five Soxei for $L
' , -
For tlie rapid Cnr. of
COFGHS, ' COL US," HOARSEXESS,
:. CK01 P, ASTHUA, AXD
Thts remedy has won for itself such notoriety
from its cures of evcty variety of pulmonary disease,
thn,t it Ls cntirelv unnecessary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide W the field of its use
fulness, and ko" numerous the cases of its cures.
that almost everv section of the country abounds
I .V 1 t . I
in persons nuoiiciy anown, wiiii c uctm touhoi
fro;n alarming and even desperate diseases of the
luntrs br its use. ' When once tried its superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to escape observation, and where its virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate. Not only in formidable attacks
upon the lungs, bnt for the milder varieties of
Colds. Coughs. Hoarkzhess. &c. ; and for Chil
DitKKit is the pleasantest and safest medicine that
can be obtained. ' if
As it has '"Jag .heen in coni-tant use throughout
this section, we need not do more tharf assure the
people its quality is kept np to the best that it ever
has been; and that the genuine article is sold by
J. U. MAUN, & CO., Brownville.
Bernard, AdanrsA Co., St. Louis,
Aod all Drngists in the United States.
Juno 25th,,;iS57. . .. . : -: ,: y
JEFFERSON I. CAS APT,
, 1 MAKTIX W. RIDES, ' J
J AS. D. WHITE, -,-
. ) NebmskaCityNT )
J 43. D. TEST,
Council Bluffs, Iowa,
C ASSAD Y; TEST,'- RIDEN : &
(Successors to Ridcn & Vhito.)
NEBRASKA CITY, N. T.
TTAVING made arrangements by which we will
XI receive accurate copies ,of all the Townships
embraced . in the Eastern portiou of Nebraska, we
are now prepared to offer our services to the
"SQUATTERS OF TUE TERRITT0RY,'
In FHin:; Declaratory Statements of
' .Intention to Pre-empt. Securing
'-. l're-onptirins, Locating Land '
. . Warrants and
LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT & SOLD.
Land Entered on Time, Ac,
Particular attention paid to Buying and Selling
Property on commission: Also, to making Collections
ana forwarding remittances to an part of the Union.
lilanks of all kinds always on hand.
Hon. A. A. Bradford
S. . NunHoll '
Messrs. Dolman i West,
Peter A. Keller, 1 J
Juno 23185C.r Vl-nt,' ;
u , u
St. Joseph, Mo
' , t J :
Heatly Made Clothin
HATS ANtf CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
. Just received ' I .
, .'ol ;:.!.!,.',! ' . IT U
Per Steamer. Cot Crossman,
AT SIEGEL & GREENBAUM'S
BALTIMORE . ,
No. 31 Main St., 3d door above Post Office.
BRO WNTILLEi N. T.
Fine brnadeloth coats, agd ,
Standing cllars, at the PfCj'
Baltimore ClotMng' Slorei
lil'kaud fancy cassimcrpanla. and .
Carpet sacks, at Uie
' Baltimore Clothing Store.
Silk, Satin, Marsailes, a ltd Casi. Vests, and
Flannel Shirts, at
Baltimore Clothing Store.
Fine Shirts and over-alls,
Pat. Leather Gaiters, straw hat, at the
Baltimore Clothing Store.
' ; t ; i .... i
Black and fancy cravats.
White and fancy shirta, at the '"
Baltimore Clothing Store. .
Everything in the clothing line at the -
- -; Baltimore Clothing Store.
' ; Call around and examine the ftock at (he "
l ;' ";- ' Baltimore Clothing Store. -
Apr2 23, !Si7. " -ly
rL" 1 ,
- Mil ft .
WHITE, .RUSSELL, & CO.-
ClTBOT.ESALB ANPJIETAIL Vk LEH3 ji 2
HARDWARE '.AND CUTLERY,
Iledicine?, Dye Stnfl&,
Saddlery, Boots & Shoes, Hats &,.iCajs,
QU ZIIJ SWARS, STfllTE'W'AEr, TI5W A-uT, .
IRON, NAILS, f TO VES, PLOWS Ao. -,i
Also rnndttir of alt kinds, Window Sastt, As
- is Xlev. Haidwares.. Gtore.4
'. Sign of the Mill Saw. j, ,
Importer Wholesale and KeUikDeaJcr ;n
American Gernnn, Endish & French
hardware' a:?0 cutlery..,
' '. ' '.3. ' g-j. VOSEPII MO - r-1 i i'
IS NOW receiving and opening tho largest and most
varied arjortmcn of goods in tho above line ever
offered in any market Vest of St. Loais. '
1 My stjck embraces a full and complete assortment
of Cabinet and House BiiiUIer Hardware, Mechaa-
io's tools of every descrirtioo, direct from the most
approve! mannracturersr agncununw ana uorucui
tural tools and lmr,lerrioat!, in sreat vdriety, eombi
irig all the recent and nseful improrcmonts for the
eaving'tf a vast amount of labor to the fanning com
mnnirV. ftntii -whom' I resneetfullv' reoucet a caref al
cxaminiition of this denartraent of my stock. 1 am
also exclusive agent for the salo of the celebrated
St. Louis Circular MiH and Cross Cut Saws; which I
will warrant, and fill all ordera at ihe faetary prices.,
Also a largo assortment or unns, limes anu a isiois,
Iron, Sted, Nails, Ac, of the best brands: in a word,
my stock is very complete, which, fjt it quality and
price, I am deterhiincd to offer such inducements as
will command a liberal share of trade from this and
adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies Tor American Ilarjwaro Manufacturers,
tozcthcr with a lon;r experience in the general Hard
ware trde. enables-me; cot only to defy all competi
tion, but has convinced me that tha irue principle 6f
trade cah ates anu small protits.
January 1, 1S57. vln29tf
--- 'NEBRASKA LTTT - r
Xzxisaxr'fvxa.co ' Company,
" 'CAVITAZ STOCK 0.000.
,i. .,.7iebrasliJi City, N.. T. . ; y
mEIH Compntiy, under a liberal charter, is now
JL fully organised, nnd their entire capital stock of
Itftv Ihontand Dollar, paid in and seen red. 1 cey
are prepared, from this date, to grant open policies,
and take risks, upon eqaal tern, with' the most
favored Insurance Company nny where. Having
adoptel'tho mutual principle, its patrons, without
incurring any liability; will share in: the profits of
lt...nmn - ' ''''-' ' ' -
The operations of tne uompany, win ne eonnnea
- - ... M ' ... . : j. .
for tho present, to -marine, or cargo risks, with
maximum liability cf $12,500 on any one bottom.
Being the only lnsnranco Ouiee, on tac above pop
ular plan, West of the Missouri, it confidently ex-
. . I W . ft f 1 . ,
poets a generous support irom i esiern aiercaauis.
We respectfully invite the ' Missouri River pa
tronage. ' " ' ' ' '
P.F.Nuckons, Chas. F. Holly, '
H. P. Bonnet, ' J. L.'Arnistr'gBj. ;
W. N. Hinchman, Miles W. Brown,
A. A. Bradford, .
' ' officers r "
CHAS.F.nOLLY, President. i '
', j , ' . " f r " J.Garpipb, Seq'yt
St. Loiiis AicntCoL Wj!P. Howard. ' i '
April 2d. lSj7, 't . . r . . . ..r 42-ly
GENERAL LAND AGENTS
"t - ' . "
Mills co, Iowa,
: Cass co, Nebraska.
WILL promptly attend to Land Ageneies,Inves
, tisatinz Titles, Paving Taxes, Investing mon
ey, Buying and Selling Town Lets, Buj'ing: Selling
and Locating I.and Warrants, and all other business
connected with their profession In W estern Iowa and
J. M. DEWS, Associate Attorney.
Greene, Weare A Benton,
G. Doughty Co,
Grccr.e, Wearc A Rice,
Greene & Weare,
Nixon A Goodman,
Tootle & Grcenoj;
N. W. Thomas, ' '
Schooly A Son . ' ' ' '
Gen. Wm. Irick,
I. Roed & Son,
Robinxon A Pro
Bnrlingtono. Bank. :
Oouncil Bluffs, Iowa.
Ft. ios Moines "
Cedar Rapids, ' "
'Cincinnati,' Ohio. .
Vincentown, N. J. '
Medferd, N. J.
JOHN, C0LU0UN & BROTHER,
(Sign of the Padlock, npposito the Post Office.)
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
. DEALER 1!C :
Building and Saddlery Hardware,
GROCERIES, . '
Boots, Slices, Leather and Shoe Findings.
,::, . .st.; Joseph," jio. . ; j .
HAVE now in store, and to arrive shortly, Amer
ican and Foreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves & Son's Files Scissors '
and Kdgo Tools
Butcher's do do
Spear A Jackson's saws ..
Gimlet pointed screws .
Griffin's and American
horso nails, .
Pocket knives . ,
Knives and forks
Brass curtain bands and
PinS ' .,;
Dwr locks ,. 1
Augers and anger biUs
Briar scythes ' '. ',
Grass and grain do
Shovels and tongs ; . .
-Candlestick , .. V
Framed wood saws , ..
Blacksmiths' Bellows and
. Vices . r - . . .
Mouschole Armltago an
American anvils , . !.
Stocks and dies '.
Pad hooks, breech 'gl.op3
Pad screws, cockeye
Ornaments, racks . ;
Girth roin and roller web
Silk, 3 cord thread
Calf skins -Upper
Briddle do ,
Skirting do . , -
Goatskins . .
Enammclled leather. .
Post hole angers .
Ames shovels and spades
Lull A Porter's shutter
Butts - i r- .
Morticing machines' ,
Circular, mill and mnly
saws , . . , ., . ... .
Phincs and plane irons
Conicrs drawing kaived . ,
. do adzes and, wood
i tools , j .
Tress noons ',.-,.
Batta, east and wrought
Copper rivets for belts
Plated and com. stirrups
.. do .. . do Bitu
do . do Buckles
do do Rings
Breast and rein snaps
Lasts, pegs -P(g
float . ,
Binding . . '
With many goods, embracing a complete assort
mint of the most desirable which they will sell at
the lowest prices. J. COLHO UN A ERO.
, April lGth,lSi7. . , . 3l-ly
! ' K ESTABROOK,
.."' ; .TjyrrED states
.. ." 01IAIIA CITY, N. T.
REQUIRED to be in attendance officially upon all
the. terras rf thf District and Supreme Court of
the Territory, tenders his Professuftnal services to such
as need then. He flatters himself thathis 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 bis c.iro, .y . '. :l
Omaha City, June 7, 1309.
GEO! S. EAYRE & CO., i
' . i : . . . : v: - . . . - ;!Ljfi
.. : . . . AND , : ......
iw Hiswii mil
Patesit Portable Bliil.
rlEi subscribers have entered into1 partnership
under the firm of Roed, Holabird . & Co., to
manufacture the J. C. Reed, Patent Portable Grist
Mill and are now prepare to rernisa, an moee in
want of a good Corn or Wheat Mill that for dura
bility, simplkty and econorpy; excel an'y Millintho
world. On the late exhibition of the Mechanics
institute in Cinoitnati, af 6Jd Jftdul waaavurdad
themforit. .. ' . ,
Tt is atlantcd to all Grairt rnndinff purposes : it is
superior to all others for the most extensive Merchant
Mill, as it is tor grinding mo r armers iccu rj xiorso
power. . x . ,
The above' Mills are iwvuraeturtd by the tinder
signed at their iop in Cincinnati, G., where they
eon be famished in air' quantity at short notice-.
VThe above Miljs warraatea to perlorm as louows:
S in. diam., per hour 50 B. Corn, 25 Wheat, ,?300
- , 20 .13 " ,200
u ai ' 5 r;ij in - 8'-1 " - 7,150
As this MH1 tolls its own story, it is unnecessary to
quote from our numerous recommendations, received.
A. B. ( HOLLABIRD & CO., ;
' -' Machinists, Fcuhdcrs and r'
Front Street, West of Smith, ;
. CINCINNATI, O,
"T Touhl most respectfully inform .their friend 3 and
V V the public generally, that they are now pre
pared to execute all orders in theirline, with prompt-
ncss, .tlavirtr lately enlarged tccir snop and witn
the increased facilities they now possess, they hope to
merit a continuation of tho liberal patronage, which
has heretofore been extended to luein.
aw Mili Engines cf every Description.
Constantly on han'I: consisting of the Sash, Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears and every description of
(. astings, warranted to be well made in every particu-
They haro-aUo a Boiler tard attached to their
establishment, which enables them to oversee all
work in that line furnished by them, and are pre
pared to work on as reasonable terms as any other
shop in tho country. ' - ';' ' . '
Ihoso in want of anything in onr line, would do
well to give us a call and examine our'new patterns.
- - J
U: S; Mail Eoute,
From Kemafiri Agency, in Kansas, to the
i nwutli cf the Kyooay t River,
THTS LINE makes one trip per wccli, eflh way,
stopping at the principal towns on tha Mi.ssouri
River. Good Hacks alt the way through, and good
horses and nice young men for drivtTS. , : ,
- J. B. A W.BEN NET, Contractors.
: Dcci 19, 185. svln27;-ly- . , ,, .. -
NOEL, LAKE, i EMERSON,
I3r-o-crxi v3Ao , HJ. T.
N. B. We would ruspectfuily 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 Torritory.
Market prices paid for logj delivered at tho yard
or on the bank of the river., , -
All orders accompanied with the cash, will rcceiv
our immediate attention
TAILORING I TAILORING!!
Atlantic street, West of noblitzeH'a Store.
BROWXVILLE. SEBKASKA TERR.
TTAVING bought property and located permanent-
11 ly in Brownville, 1 oiler my services to tne
publics goncrally, if they want any thing dono in my
line of business. I can always be found at my post,
or, more properly speaking at my benclX"
Work Warranted No Fit, No Fay I
Particular attention paid to euttinggarmcnts and
laying alF, work for the Seamstress.. The greatest
portion of mt life has been 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 if public
patronage. E. E. PARKER.
Brownville April lfith, 1857. . 41-ly
GEORGE F. KENNEDY,
AND GENERAL LAND AGENT
Florence City, N. T.
ii. pnor to ine puoiie, we aro connaent, tne
f largest and best selected stock of Groceries
ever offered in this market:
. 6 Hhds Sugar, ( 50 Sacks Coffee,
125 Sacks F'lonr, 5 Tierces Rice,
SO fcbls Molasses, 18 Boxes Star Candles,
20 Boxes Soap, 150 Sacks Salt,
15 Bbls Cider Vinisrer, 150 bids Selt.
'. 1. T. WHYTEA 00.
11EGS NAILS, just received, and for-ivli
1. T. V 11 1 TE A CO.
BOOTS and SHOES A Tremendous
received, opened, and for f ale, by
. T. WHYTE A CO.
ty f? PINE D00R.S, For sale, by
I. T. WnYTE A CO.
RESERVED FRLlTSr-THrawberric?. Peaches.
A hortkberries Ac , Ac., fcj be had at
c, to be had at
L T. WHYTEA CO'S.
' . BROWNVILLE." 'rx
ANNOUNCES to tie puTdic 'that he has just re
ceived, pir Steamer Emma, a very luriro a:id
well aortcd stock of. Parlor and Took Stoves, of
new and improved pattern. ns lollowsr-
ShaDghai Elevated Oven. ; -Cook
St ores J' ' ' ' :
Back's Clipper oven.
" le'prori-tl I'atlcrit
au ot wnicu 1 pnxlgo myself to sell at as fair rates,
and on as accommodating terms as any other estab
lishment in this region of country. . .
I have also bow on hand every requisite variety
cf Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron ware, and am prepared
to put up guttcringand spouting and all other work
ia my Line, at short notice, and in a workmanlike
manner, which I warrant to give satisfjtion. .
A share of patronage is solicited.
. ., ,,i , . C.-DEUSER.
Brownville, July loth, 1357. v2n5 ly
John H. Lightner,
Denier in Stoves, Grates, Plows and Safes.
No. S2 Second street, between locust and Main.
St. Louis, Mo.- i v2n5
TEN or Cfteen day laborers can find employment
the entire Season, by applying to the subscri
ber. J. W. COLEMAN.
Brownville, July 16th. 1557. v2u5-tf
HAVING determined to locate in this place, re
spectfully announces to the public that he has
on hand a large and well selected stock of Cloth.
Tweeds, Ca?imers. Testings, Ac, wh:ch ho
will make to order in good style and at reasonable
rates; or sell by any quantity desired.
UaaUo keeps -constantly on hand and for sale a
supply cf ready made clothing of all kiaJj.
Brownville. June ISth, 1857. v2 1-ft
V TpTTDAU,: 2HA2SHA2T & CO., i .
.Engine and machine Shop,
conxca 6r secoho axo atoaaA3 aTattTS,
ST.. LOUIS, 110. i
" Jfannfactnrera of Steam Engines and Boilers, Saw and
Crist Mill Mjchmery, Sinie and Docblc Circular Saw
Mills, T.bacco Screw ami Pre Lard Kettles, Lar4
Screws and Cvllnders, -W.f rrd:n5 Mu tiines BuiV.nn
C3stinits.T'i(i3'aInpitTedra4ent SmatMiIin, Kc.
. E3-A(iEXTSfor ihe sale iX Janes Scuta tVro 'sSn
perior Machine Cards. las-ir
PATENT GKATN "SEPARATOR
riinr. SUnSCnillER is now prepared tI
JL niih Farmers and others with his ' f t
. " -GRAIN SEPARATOR,", ; f
for the present season.' It is " nnnecessary to ?pca
Mriuii, iv. mriii nf thofle Mochinos. as they
are too well known throughout tho country to need
. a . a 3
extolling ; but lae fact mat tney nave ncreioicre ana
are continuing to receive the premiums at the State
and County Fairs where they have been exhibited is
sufficient o induce all those in want of such a Ma
chine, to purchase one of these.' ' iJ- -:
iin u.i..nt testnf this Secirator ineoaprtitioa
:.u th.Ko.lv nf hnA mads in England, in 1853.it
nun . ci -
received the highest-commendations of the press, and
of the leading grigultnralists of that country.
I have a largo number of them on hand, ready for
the coming crop, mado ot tne Deal materia., ana ur
u m I ft rl.ft mkMI wftrlr ' I .!..'.
I have made many valuable improvements in the,
machines within the last year, and have no hesitation
. . .1 . I . .. fnnnw in nca - v
in warrnnung iiicm sapviior .
I am also preparing a large number of Crawford s
Improved Clover llnilers, '
patented In lS5t, which are greatly superior to his
patent of 1314, being in itself feeler, and greatly
ahead of it in other' respect. They will ba manu
factured under the immediate sujervLdon of the
nal.nlu. whit Ii - nemrnnentlv located in this ttlace.
The above cut represents my fonr horse 44 Separa
tor," and is designed especially for the farmer's own
W ... ,
Im also ft'pnt for MeComiick's celebrated REAP
ER and MOWINO MACHIXE.eembined.
- J. R. MOFFITT, Piqua. Miami couniy. Obi.
Improved Little Giant
CORN & COB PLANTATION MILL
rpnE snhseriber' ba purchased exclusive right of
In. - ... . . . . . . 1 1 ft 1
X lemtory in toe csi, oi tne awivo ccieoraicu
Mills, and is prepared to furnish them at all times,
either wholesale or retail, and guaranteed in the most
positive manner. .
It is now moro than a year since the
Was introduced to tho public, during which time, it
has been constantly growing in the pular favor.
The improvement recently effected aud patentod,
makes it tho most perfect machine ever offered for
general farm use. ' It is furnished toady for attaching
team, and weighs as follvws: N. I, 22i No. 2, XK,
No. 3, 400, No. 4, 50J pounds. Tr.enty minutes are
sufficient to s't one up, without unvhaniial aid, and
when once adjusted, it can with safety bo entrusted
to a boy. Full directions accompany onch Hill. i
12. JIS. 13 GZ3 3352 Ssa
No 1, $33, will grind 8 bu meal pci hour with I horse
No 2 40, " u 10 " M . ' . I . - ,
No3 50, " " 15 u " " 1 u
Noi CO, u u 20 " " " u 2 -.
Liberal discount to dealers.
JAMES B. CHAD WICK,
No. 63 Wust Street, bet. 2d and :td
June 23, lSot?. vl-n l St. Lt.uis, Mo.
S. W. COZZEXS
ROOT & C0ZZENS, T-
Omalin. Ci-ty, Td. IT;
' ' ' , , if
HAVING made arrangemonts by which we receive
accurate t-opios of all the Townships, ns fast as
surveyed, in the Territory, we are now prepared to
offer' our services to the citizens of tho Territory,
'-. ' ... , '
' " OF " ' '
-'..' ' ,
INTENTION TO PRE-EMPT,
LOCATING LAND WAER.INTS,
1 . . , AND
Land Warrants TJonght and Sold,
Land entered on time, etc.
PARTICULAR atttn 'ion paid to buying and
selling on Commission. Also in makin? Col
lection in all parts of the TERRITORY and
April 7 43-tf .
TYPE & STErWtYPE FOUNDRY
Ko. 13S Vine St., hat.' Fourth Bad FiL.
' , ; C. F. CDRISCOLL A. CO. ,
Manufacturers and dealers in News, Book ant Job
Tff t, Printing Presses, Case., Gallic, Ac, Ac.
Inks, and Printing Material of Every Description.
STEREOTYI'INCJ of all kind-Books, Jlunw,
Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, Wood Eo Tevin.'s.
Ac, f e.
Brand and Pattern Letters; various styles,
Herring'3 Patent Champion
VTTITn ll.il.'s IVitnnf I...1.T t rl.- .V.
U, ---- " " - v ....... . . -. -i iR-inc
same that were a warded separate .Medals at
the World's Fair London, 15 1, and the World's Fair.
New York, 1853: and aro the only American Safes
that were awardrd ined.ils at tho Locdon World's
These Sales nre now admit td t,- hesnpe'rior loanv
ever offered toth T.nl.I if Ami thn ai?,n;i.,.. U . I
h'llo tho WirU to prod ice an instance at ihee
v. r. r m : - a . 1 ... .
- - - - - - - mwm v imu wui yr j -
inn Anthorixprl tt milr a.iil IT..r... i"
Champion Safe, with Hall" Patent 1'uwdur Proof
S. C. HERRING A CO.
Green Block, 135. 137 and 13a Waty St.,
and 5 Murray St, New York.
March 5th. 1 857. 3S-1m
GEO. P. LUCKIIAROT,
, OREGON. HOLT milVTV Tf '
'TIA.KES the liberty to ir.forra the citi?eus of
-a- brownville and vicinity, that he has opened a
1VATCII, CLOCK A JEWELRY STORE
IaOrezon.Holt eountv. 5Ir . -:n i
7 ' - J " ft.ft M.IK .ftXJf CUB-
stantly on hand, and for sale, a good assortment of
Gold and Silver Watchef, Clocks and Jewelry, which
u,j win eu Hiraoii iow, j.,r A.-?u. Also, a Cua
lot of Violins. Accordeons, Silver, and llated Spee-
. . "v.ft. ft. ft ; . 4 VlKtiSlQD
cas!, Silver Ihimbles. Ac. Ac
am is prepareu to repair atches. t.iocks and Jew
elry, of (Very de.vrintion. in thn ko mannn- I
' I T " ftftftUftft 1ft 1. ft M ftftiA
on the most reason:; c:o terms.
i.very artieie bought in his establishment, is war
ranted te be what it is represented to be. Watch re
pairing warranted for one year.
July 2d. ISifi. vl-nfttf
ITemalia Valley Bank.
BILLS will in future b redeemed at the eoanter
in Brownville, Nebraska, in coin or exchar.w
aad at the following places, in currency orevehr,S'
- - "O
E.J.Tinkh am, A Co., Bankers, Chicago,
Jno. i. Andersoji, A Co, Bankers. Si
, .bankers, St. Loais.
Warren Ctanty Back. Monraonth, Illinois, y
T. L. Mackoy, A Co, Bankers, (;a!el,urr tm.
. Brownville, July 23-'57-vl'a:". . .
- : , . ' ' . . ; ' ; t ,
TIIE NEMAHA . VALLEY BANK,
Buys and sell esehaDgc, receives deposits, makes
collections, and attends to all bornes connected
with legitimate Banking, and wil! bo prepnred to
extend Reasonable facilities to depuitoTS. Interest
allowed on time deposits. . .
Nebraska City.Times. Omahft Banner
Roctttrt. Mo., and Bu1e. Council Bluls, co'ry thre
months and send bill to this cE-e. 3 .
3lii feTORE; I'!;
" IvEMAHA rCTTY,; n: x. ..
MOORE 4 BijowaLEr,
: '.".tne ..public.; generally that
, they liavo receirctl tni
opened at NemaU
. , LARGE STOCK
" ' '.''.' Q
Everj-thing that comes under that foil
All of whicti we win sell
CII EATER THAN TIIE CHEAPEST.
Ready Had Clothiri7
EVERY VABIETV, style, onalily. p, iM, ,
tern of Ready Made Clothin-r. )u rrrriTr-l ,
forsRle cheai, ly
D. H. Thomas,
General Broker aad ForwardiBg Ksr3t..
. No. 20 Pino Street, corner .jco:h,( ay Aijr,
Julyl6v2n5 rr. Lot is, no
t GOOD blacksmith can end constant tnyW
l. mont, at remunerative wages by api.Ninto '
r- . . J.i; SIIAK1'.
NcBia'aatity, J T
Jaty2,l?57. , ,:w
RKH ADD UadWN, ,
Pioneer of etra-t.
Iftatet'aHb'r Nrnuha Vn.n'u
BROWN & HALL ALL
. UtOWXTlLLK ; KI3aVA.il A.,
OCR attention will be Jiven Votlie fullowing tiui:r-,
vi.: . i
To the bnjing of Bank notea, ml laiainc sn.Bty,
... K.xl seenritr,
" " and sclliiitf of KaferB ETrlmnse.
" . " " " 1-in.l Varm.u.
" rollerti-m of debts in .Scbra.lti, n. X .nb,
, " MiMuiuri, aiMl a.anas.
" b'jy nit: oo.l elluib'"t farm, loan lui, or ama.
. provei' landii.
" election ami entry of LaW f. trliWt m
others, ei'lker wita bni vraatwa at
Remitiames ran lie nuuie to Bain I' aflu, or n.i tC
With BAiitu or Bankers .utiiect to our or W.
We will enter lands with Warrants) r IV-h. pay all,
taxes aiu cinimiH.siiirui lor onc-tti.rd i the g'oKs
accruing trnm tt aale of the land.
. In lira.-hi and Kansas from twain thrte Biill.ua
Acres of the Cnet lndn in Uit I'nli.n in b-mi ffrrrtf..r
tale. rorcixaeApitalistJi will find fce'o a rWh He liltiia
ver.tmnit. Iinivsiuimta judUinralt lf In Wwiwn
lands an town Ms are aywpayint: n-iu al:jr to ft bun
dred pet renf. ''
We solicit th pn'ron.Tjrf. of the nr c, fnr.S.lmt Ihl
enr exretlei snd kn.wlei!e hi the l-utmsa will mt. t
tin to sire enure s.itisracti. n.
ll.iviatra l.irpp a'rH'iiot" In tht l;i.irji)l aiw
it mill nut be dinVult to five reteremm when rftm-4
ftv enrrepiie:i, an rerardannr t udi ir, iti at ill
time cheorfuily answer all Icttcii uf enqoiry.
BruwnTille, Juni5tli, I.S07. tliUf
. RROWNlLLE. X. T.
.. CHRISTIAN DEUSER,
RESPECTFULLY announces te th ritifa if
Brow grille, Nemaha wnnty, and nrrMin)c
country tiiat he has rtyeotly op-nl apaih'.pia
Iirownvillo for t.,e manufactory of Tic, ('p;rratJ
Sheet lion Ware o every d.-scriptioa. Ilia iuarhf
ery is all new, his stock ef the bait quality, and
work all Warranted.
Brownville, June 4th, 1857. M-:f
R. W. FURNAS.
IVOTARY PIJUS LIC
. AND AGENT
For the Pun-base, Sile, ami rniptrintedanc of ,
REAL ESTATE. I
ROW5VlLl.E, !. V. I
WILL attend promptly to all lu;i.ci entm't-i
'to his care." Perw-ns rh.'iii iatho I1:" I
desiring to pare base land or TVwn L.ts io Nebr-k, i
Kansas, Northern Mi.soari, and I iwa, ran aa'
their inreitmioUsafdjr mado by me.
Rare chances are cotitinoally offering toparcha
lands in Nebraska, which have already W r"- t
emptcl, and for which Warranty Lvt.ilswi:i be jiv-n.. j
I bar now for Sale valuable Town Lot avi
Shares in tho following towns an Nijbra-ka:
. City of Brown villi?.. Nclruka City, OrnaH j
City, Wyoming, L.i Platte, 0m:uli. DahtotiN ;
Ne.naha City, Table- liock Pawnee City, Silom ;
Cer.trcville, Salina, FoutencIIe, South Lrovia- t
And many other valuable Points. j
I bare also for sale, a number of excelWat 1 "
acre tracUof lami already pre-emp'd, w.rt of!t
.nproved,' and conveniently lorat.-d. and ail of a j
fi.ie soil as can be found in the world. -
DAVID H. U LACOHUX. C tLV- .
Mclaughlin & do hsey,
IEABj estatb ;
. 1 AND . rt
GENERAL LAND A GENE1
First Street, i epponits "Adwliier"
BROWNVILLE, N. T. f
Will attow l to Filing DeelnratUnft of In t9tinBt :
Securing Pre-emptions, L-eating Lscl Warrant.
Entering Land. ,:
Land Warrant3 Rongh: and Soil i
Particular attention will b pnil to bnving ,
selling property on ciuiaiMon, and taakins u
meats fr distant dealers. , . i .
' iCorrtjaciodcaee solicited. ' r '
. McLAl'GIlLIN .b D0r5SV ;
i. REFER TO
Bradiord,McTftinnanA McOary, Nth-rska City
McPhersoa, Morrison, A 11 ut: hi ns, LronviU, 5.
0. II. Barnetj Es4, Dayton, Ohio.
D. at. HITCHCOCK. C, iAaD.trJI. lI.'oT
. D. M. IIITCUCOCK CO
EeL Olire and Locust strccta, S' Loti!, '
MANUFACTURER"? of Cookiap, Heating,
Parlor Stosr gnd GraUs. ,
A!u-V,n.if'..... .. r .: ,.r Tftftwtt'll11'
cut Cary Plough, on and two hrse right and
Strayed or Stolen,
FRO the SutcriUer,
r, a ray Don liwot xrrt
Uc tail.atvuteigbl Jf",.
biftfth, black main and t
Any peran civir inrorma'.ioa wttrt the b ' .
liver in tu me to ywi will b iib-watl m.1!
Lurae bad something lite ihe antMtr te. te .
Xebras City, S. T-, An. 5, 1.9ST.
IIS u,r.unhh l,ftr..r..p. ..i. i:. Kftrtven .
rtjiin iml llmr. Iljnn it. ', . I. th .ia .
mutual awTM.cn t, an 1 will be coctituod
and nrra of lluad 1 it Itiiir. ,
jtii ine ceow ouirapi tv jau .. nana " .. .u
rormcrtbip will be yinl bj iload.'; & 11 Jir.
.1 ...aft ft. a a ... 1 f T J, '
. ... : . "r
... Harses Want A
T will pay the highest price for a Si
1 r t. a
. Apply at ,ny sth!e V?
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