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LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS! ,
" Go To - : - -
On Jlain Street, ' -TTflereve
tci"tf nrf the lett and
In BroivnviUc, -At
Wholesale or Retail!
THE mtscribcr would invite the public to call
and tee his large stock of Groceries, whi,?h bare
n selected with great care, and are now offered at
unusually low rates. Persons in want of Coffee.
.Tea, Sugar, liolasjes, Ckeeo, Confectionery, Fresh
Fraits in cans. Tobacco, Segari, Candies, fcc. and
any other article ;i'u:il!y k?pt in a Grocery and
Vcritty Store, wi:l f.nd it to their ad rantago to call
before purchasing eltcre. Also, by the whole
sale, aa Gee a stork of Brandies, Wines, Gin,ilooon-
abcla,acd Ujo Wbij-ky, Schnaps.Chamigno wine,
c as ever ws brought up the Alissouri rivef.VFish
cf all kinds, constantly on hand. Country Produce
Wanted for w hich the highest price will be paid.
A share cf public patronage U respectfully solici
ted J. R. DAVIS.
Brownville, Jur.elS:h, 1S57. - l-ftn
Soots and lioes!
TFyoawact Hoot; and Shoes of a good quaility
totd Cheap; go to
J. .1?. DAVIS,
Main Stre t,
Where will be f.und the most extensive stock
ever opened in this market. J. R. DAVIS.
Brownville, Jnnc 16th,1353. v2 l-6m
' CEO. P. LUtKIlARDT, .
OREGON", HOLT COUNTY. MO.
ryAKES the liberty to inform the citizens of
JL. Drowcrilie and vicinity, that he has opened a
WATCH, CLOCK &. JEWELRY STORE
In Oregon.nolt county, Mo., wbrre he will keep con
stancy on hand. and fr sa, tv d .assortment ol
Gold and Silver WatffccJ.'Jl fc- i Jewelry, which
he willful extremely low, f..r CA.-i. Also, a fine
! -t cf Vi...;. A?corde!i?, Silver, and Ilated Spec
tacles. Gold Fens wilh Gold and Silver extension
eaws, Sj'rer.Tfcisclles, 1".. ic. v
lie is prepared to repair Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry, of every description, in the best manner and
ca whe most reasonable term, y .
Every article bought in bi3 establishment, is war
ranted to be what it is represented to be. Watch re
pairir.fr warranted frcne vear.
July 25, 1:55. vl-nStf " .
Across The Shute
Al the Head of ihe Island
" To Y. S. Hall & Co.'s Saw Mill.
TIIE undersigned announces to the Public that he
Las purchased the Ferry privilege granted Jack--soc'
Peters, at the lat Session of the Legislature,
and is now pre r&rei with a new and substantial boat,
at all times to ucoomcicxJale the public. Charges
June 11th. 185?. 3S-.m
DILLON, THOMPSON &, CO.
Lare Frame Building Cor. Main & Rock Sts.
ROCK FORI, 1.10.
Whcseale and Rcuil Dealers in
Hardware, Queens ware, Drugs, Hats, Caps,
Boots, Shots, Tinware, Stoves,
Furniture, Iron, Xails, Plows,
atid Farming Utensils.
"T7"n'L have, on the opening of navigation, a
large and varied accession to their present
Stock, which will be soil Low for Cash.
February 12th, lsi7.
Oregon, Holt County Missouri,
Dyc-'Wocds, and Dycstuffs,
. Oili, PAiats. and Painter's Articles,
Varnishes, Window-glass and Putty,
French, English, and American Perfumery.
FINE toilet and shaving soaps, fine hair and
Vif tooth brushes, paint brushe. surgi.ral and dent
. a instrument, spices, tnuSTs. manufactured
too-Kco; all the patent medicines -f tho day; pure
wines and brandies, fur medical purposes; choice
toilet and fancy articles, ctc.etc.
AGEN1 FOR 1 HE SALE CF
Wistar's Balsam cf Wild Cherry.
Roger's Liverwort, Tar and CancLalagua.
Osgro's India Cholnjroguc,
Jontc' Amct:?an Cholgogue;
tJuysott's Yellow dock and Sarsaparilla;
Smith 8 Tonic Syrup.
July 23, 1357. v2nl-yly
C. S. LANGDON,
BROWXVILLE, X. T.
IS prepared to sell and put up all site of Uol
manufactured by the '-Ohio Lightning Uod Com
Orders left at tho "Advertiser OEce," will receive
pr m;)t attention;
May 7, 1657. 47-ti
O. T. LAKE,
W. n. HOOVES,
. LAKE & HOOVER,
ErovTnville and Nemaha City,
NEBRASKA TEKRITORY. ,
WILL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Paying
taxas, Drawinjr tnon'y. buying and selling
Real Estate, baying and selling on Commission
Making Collections f.r distant dealers, and all kinds
cf business pertaining to th.ir profession.
Particular attcatoin will be given in Cling dcclnra
tory tatemeuts to pre-empt and procuriug War
ranty Deeds from the Tow a authorities.
Persons owning town lots, roidingat a distance
wishing to procure Warrantv Deeds will do well to
place the agency in our hands (lw ; presenting
their (jait claim Deeds for said Lot - within the ex
piration of six nicnths, as after that time all lots not
Deeded will be sold.
lUanks always on hand.
11. Letters of inquiiy answered promptly.
March 26, '57. 41-ly
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
WILLIAM T. DEN, (
RESPECTFULLY returns bis sincere
thanks to thecitiiens of Urownville and
surrounding country for their liberal pat-
ronnge extended him since heeomui'ncd operating
io tho above line and place, and ho would say to his
old and new customers who wuu to continue tncir
patrcnge. that he has just nturned from St. liouis
with a large stock of the test qunlity of Leather,
selected under his own n 'iertion. The qunlity of
materials, style of work to be hud at the above estab
rsent cannot be surjsd Wcstof St. Louis.
Urownville, Jan. 3;L .2857. 51-tf
: Wni. Hatthcws,
UCMMliTHi, rr.xcw,M. v2al
em ii in mm
" ' J. T. EORS. . S
LYFOPwD &, HOSN.
. " WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
. 1 ;
EATS, $ CAPS,
Nails, Stores, Vlows, Tarn iture, etc.,
' SOXORA. MO. '
April 9th. 43-tf
g -r F I-
15,000 lbs.' of Bacoii, - For de, cheap for
Cash, by . LYFURD & HORN.
Sv.nora, Mo April 3th, 18 ol. - : ii-ll
A. C. BE VAN, 1
OREG0NVtOLT C0n MO.
U. C. JOHNSON,
Attorney' and Counsellor at "Laic,
Real' Estate Aent.
- BROWNVILLE, N. T.
BErtKKSCSS. .. '
lion. Wm.Jessap, Montrose, Pa.
11. S. Dently,
John V. Miller, Chicago, HI. -Wa.
1. McAllister, - -
Ch.irjesF. FowU-r, ; u
Wm Ferguson, Urownville, T.
O. F Lake, .
Hay 7, 1S57, . '. 47-ly
23IlOWja V l TTi3Z3
J. W . COLEMAN,
TXF0RMS the public that ho has procured a stock
X of ew Carriages, Ruirgies, etc., and as fine
Horses as are to be found, and has opened a
Second Street between Water and Main,
Urownville, N. T.
All persons wishing anything in his lino can hi
acc. niaodatcd at au hours.
Ilvrsei act! Carriage bought and soil.
J. W. COLEMAN.
S. LOCEWOOP. 1657. R- E. POMKROT.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
ATS AND CAPS
Also, Shippers of American Furs of
every description; for which they
pay the highest Market price,
PuUMRT Merchants are invited to examine our
J stock of Hats & Cans for th approachinj Sprint
and Summer trade, which will be large, fashionable,
and well selected. Inpointof variety our stock shall
uot to excelled by any House in 1st. Louis.
Our prices will below, terms accommodating.
Call and see us at our New Store. Second St.
St. Joseph, Mo. 32-fim
DR. J. L. McKEE,
BROWNVILLE, X. T.
Teeth p'ngged and filled in the most an-
BrownvJle, Mav H,'57. 43-tf
DISTILLED FROM COAL.
(SECURED BY LETTERS PATENT.)
Kero?kke Illuminating Oil. The light obtain
ed from this Oil excec-ds in brilliancy that of any
oher Oil or fluid heretofore discovered: is incxplo-
lve, and will remain limped in tho very coldest
The Company recommend as the lamps best adopt
ed to this Ooil, the Kerosene Lamps, manufactured
by the following parties: Messrs. Lornc.Pus x Maker.
also, Dyott, of Philadelphia, E. V. lIau;hwout &.
C.. 4?iS Broadway, the Brooklyn Flint Class Co..
o. 4 3 Hrond Mreet, Messrs. Diets Si Co- l.li ll-
liain Street, 1. Mercicr 137 Elm Street, N. Y.
Samples of different styles of Lamps can be socn at
tbe wtnee ot tne Company.
Kerosene lvbkicatinq Oil, .No. 1 Prepared to
suit tne fcnest, and all other kinds of .Machinery
burns briUisinty in Ixcumotive Head Lights, Cur
Lamps, and all tho ordinary Solar and Hind Lamis,
and stands as grea a degree of cold as best Jjerm
Oil, and is admirably adapted to Railroad and Steam
Kerosene LrBKiCATiNG Oils, Jvo. 2. 3. Superior
LubricHtors. and will be found to possess advantages
over an? una in tne market at same prices will not
burn ar.d has been thus preparedly meet the re
quirements of Kailronds and others.
Kebosene Binnacle Oil. Prepared expressly
for Ships' vtc, and will be found admirably adapted
for use f Steamships, Mon of War, Merchant Ves
sels. Lake and Kiver craft, and burns in all cabin
stateroom, binnacle, forecastle lamps, signal lan
Binnacle Oil will remain fluid as long as best
Sperm, and will burn all night without rjquiring to
be trimmed, an advantage that will be obvious to
The Kerosene Oils can be obtained from the
Wholesale Oil Df alers. Ship Chandlers, Druggists,
and Grocers in New Yoik, and the regularly appoint
ed Agents of the Coinany n many of the principal
Towns and Villages of the United States, the Cana-
days. and tne Island ot Cuba.
Local Agents appointed (in ecnformitv with the
rules established by the Board of Trustees,) on ap
General Agent, Kerotene OH, Co.,
No. 50 Beaver Street, N.Y.
N.TJ. Circulars with full particulars, testimonials,
price, Ac, will be forwarded on application as above.
Juno 25th. 1S57. v2 2-1
MILLWRIGHT & ENGINEER, 1
RIlOWNVILLE, N. T,
A NXOUJCE to the public, that he is prepared
IV to erect Steam and Water Saw and Mer-hnt
Mills at short notice and reasonable terms. Repair
ing 01 marnincry ot an kinds.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Ho is also Agent for
A. U. IIOLLIBIRD &. CO'S.,
LEE & LEAVITT'S
Saw SI a nn factory,
U A i l, U.
And are prepared to receive and fill orders for any ma
chinery manufactured or kept on hand, by these es-
Letters of enquiry, promptly answered.
Noel, Lake A Co., Brownville, N. T. Sleam Mill.
It. W. t urnas, crownvilie,
Muir. Hana A Co- u -
Dr. Hoover, Nemaha city,
r. M. Kogers, 1 awnee city, "
Nuckolls A White, Roekport, Mo.
James Ixwe, Linden,
A. B. UilUbcrd, Cincinnati, 0.
Brownville, June IS, 1857.
OMAHA CITY, N. T.
TOE ALL TEE PUEPOSES OF A
Theee hns long existed a public demand for an
eflWtivft nureative till which could lie relied on as
sure and perfectly safe in its operation, ltus has
been prepared to meet mat uemajiu, m
sive trial of ita virtues has conclusively shown wuth
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It i easy to make a physical pill, biifr-not easy to
make the best of all pUlt one which should hive
none of tho objections, but all the advantages, of
every other. This has been attempted here, and
with what Kncccss we would respectfully submit to
the public decision. It has been umonunaie ior
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is scrimonioua miu uiimuuu w
els. This is not. Many of them produce so much
griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than counter balance tne gooa io De acrncu uio
them. These villi produce no irritation or pain,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in tne uoweis. ccing puimy
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use m any
quantity ; but it is better that any medicine should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
use in the several diseases to wmca mej axe ap
plicable are given on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Iass of Ap
petite, Listlessness, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side
and Loins ; for, in truth, all these are but the con
sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an
aperient they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos
tivencss. Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrofula
and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body, Ulcers
and impurity of the blood, Irregularities ; in short,
any and every a-e where a purgative is required.
lhev have also produced some smguiariy suc
cessful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel,
J'.rvsipelas, i alpitation ot tne neari, rams m me
Back, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely
taken in the spring: of the year, to purify the blood
and prepare the system for the change of seasons.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe
tite and vigor. 1 hey purify the blood, and, by their
stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
vate the strength of the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism.
Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, even
thouch no serious derangement exists : but nn
necessary dosing should never be carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand cases in w hich
a physic 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 than any thing which has
hitherto been available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped, they are
pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, no
darm cai. arise from their use in any quantity.
x or minute directions, see wrapper on the Uox
DR. JAMES C. ATER,
Practical ami Analytical Chemist,
, LOWELL, MASS.
Priee 25 Ctats per Box. rive Poxes for $L
For the rapid Cure of
C01X.HS, COLDS, HOARSEAESS,
t'ROrr, ASTHMA, AD
Tun remedy has won for itself such notoriety
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues in any community where it
has been empWed. So wide is the field of its nse-
fulness, and so numerous tle cases of its -cures,
that almost everv section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
lungs by its t.se. When once tried its superiority
over eterv 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 emolov for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the pulmonary orgnns wnn:n are lnciuert
to our climate. Not onlv in formidable attacks
upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties of
Colos, Coi ghs, Hoakreness, & c. ; and for Chil-
ihkn it is the pleasantest ana safest meoicir.e th.t
can be obtained.
As it has lone been in constant use throughout
this section, we need not do more than assure the
people its quality is kept up to the best that it ever
has been, and that the genuine article is sold by
J. II. MAUN, A CO.. Iln.wnvillc.
Bernard, AdamsA Co., St. Louis,
And all Drugists in the United States.
June 25th. 1857. v2
J AS. II. TEST,
, 1 MAKTIN W. KIOEN, 1
V J A3. D. WniTE,
. J Nebraska City NT J
Conncil Bluffs, Iowa
CASSADY, TEST, RIDEN & CO.,
(Successors to Riden t -White.)
NEBRASKA CITY, N. T.
TTAVIMi made arrangements by wuich we will
LA. receive awurate copies of all the Township?
embraced in the Eastern portion of Nebraska, we
are now prepared to oner our services to the
"SQUATTERS OF TIIE TERRITTORY,'
In Filing Declaratory Statements of
Intention to Pre-empt. Securing
Pre-emption, Locating Laud
LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT & SOLD
Land Entered on Time, &c..
Particular attention paid to Buvinsr and Sellinc
Property on commission: Also, to makinj Collections
and forwarding remittances to any part of the Union
Jiianus ot ail kinds always on band.
Hon. A. A. Bradford, Nebraska City.
S. F. Nuckolls, "
Messrs. Dolman A West, St. Joseph. Mo.,
Peter A. Keller, Washington City
Thomas Lumpkin, "
Juno 23, 1356. vl-n4
Ready Made Clothing
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Per Steamer Col. Crossman,
AT SIEGEL & GREENBAUM'S
No. 31 Main St., 3d door above Post Office.
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Fine broadcloth coats, and
Standing collars, at the
Baltimore Clothing Store.
Blk and fancy ca-ssimer pants, and
Carpet sack?, at the
Baltimore Clothing Store.
Silk, Satin, Marsailes, and Casi Vests, and
Flannel Shir's, at
Baltimore Clothing Store.
Call around and examine the stock at the
Baltimore Clothing Store.
April 23. 1R57. x 45-ly
Everything in the clothing line at the
Baltimore Clothing Store.
Fine Shirts and over-alls,
Pat. Leather Gaiters, straw hats, at the
Baltimore Clothing Store.
Black and faccy cravats,
White and fancy shirts, at the
Baltimore Clothing Store
WHITE, , RUSSELL, & CO.
WHOLES ALB AM BKTAIL PKALESS VX
DRY GK OIK,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Medicines, Dye StufEs,
SaddleryABoots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
QTTEE2JSWAEE, STONEWARE, TINWARE,
IRON, NAILS, STOVES, PLOWS Ac.
Also rurniture of all kinds, Window Sash, &e
New Hardware Store.
Sign of the Mill Saw.
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
American German, English & French
HARD WAKE AND CUTLERY.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
S NOW receiving and opening tho largest and most
varied araortment of goods in tho above line ever
offered in any market west of St. Louis.
My stock embraces a full and complete assortment
of Cabinet and Houne Builder's Hardware, Mechas-
ic's tools of erery description, direct from tho mt
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 respect! ully request a careful
examination of this department of my stock. I am
also exclusive agent for the sale of the celebrated
St. Louis Circular Mill and Cross Cut Saws, which I
will warrant, and Ell all orders at ihe factary prices.
Also a large assortment of Guns, Rifles and Pistols,
Iron, Steel, ails. Ac, or the best brands: m a word,
my stock is very complete, which, fo. 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 Hara
waro trade, enables me; not only to defy all competi
tion, but has convinced me that the true principle of
trade is cah sales and small profits.
January 1, 1857. vln29tf
CAPITAL STOCK 50,000.
Nebraska City, N. T.
TniS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
fully organized, and their entire capital stock of
Fifty Tiiounand Diillitrg, paid in and secured. They
are prepared, from this dafe, to grant open policies,
and take risks, upon equal terms, with the most
favored Insurance Company any where. Having
adopted tho mutual principle, its patrons, without
incurring any liability, will share in the profits of
The operations of the Company, will bo confined,
for the present, to marine, or cakgo risks, with a
maximum liability of $12,500 on any one bottom.
Being tbe only Insurance Office, on the above pop
ular plan, West of the Missouri, it confidently ex
pects a generous supiort from Western Merchants.
Ve respectfully invito the .Missouri iuver pa
S.F.Nuckoll3, Chaa. F. n.lly,
H. P. Bennet, J. L. Armstrong,
W. N. Uinchmnn, Miles W. Brown,
A. A. Bradford.
Cll AS. F. nOLLY, President.
St. Louis Agent Col. W. P. Howard.
April 2d, 1S57. 42-lj
GEO. S. EAYRE & CO.,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS,
.Mills co, Iowa,
Oass co, JNebraska.
T7TLL promptly attend to Tand Agencies, Inves
V V tigating Titles, Paying Taxs, Investing mon
ey, Buying and Selling Town Lets, Buying: Selling
and Liocatiag Laud V arranrs, and all orner business
connected with their profession in Western Iowa and
J. M. DEWS, Associate Attorney.
Greene, Weare A Benton,
G. Donghty A Co.,
Greene, Weare A Ilice,
Greene A Weare,
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Ft. Des Moines "
Cedar Rapid.", "
Glenwood, L yra,
Vinccntown, N. J.
Medford. N. J.
Nixon A Goodman,
Tootle A Greene,
X. W. Thomas,
School y A Son
Gen. Wax. Irick,
I. Reed A Son,
Robinson A l?ro
Burlington Co. Bank,
If IIIIVI1I STARE.
JOHN COLHOUN & BROTHER,
(Sign of the Padlock, opposite the Post Office.)
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
Building ana Saddlery Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Leather and Shoe Findings.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
HAVE now in store, and to arrive shortly, Amer
ican and Foreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves A Son's Files Scissors
and Edge Tools
Butcher's do do
Spear A Jackson's saw s
Gimlet pointed screws
Griffin's and American
Post hole augers
Ames' shovels and spa-leu
Lull A Porter's shutter
Circular, mill and muly
Planes and plane irons
Coopers drawing knives
do adzes and wood
Butts, cast and wrought
Copper rivets for belts
Plated and com. stirrups
do do Bitta
do do Buckles
do do Rings
Breast and rein snaps
Knives and torks
Brass curtain bands and
Augers and auger Litis
Grass and grain do
Shovels and tongs
Framed wood saws
Blacksmiths' Bellows and
Mouschole Armitago an
vils American anvils
Stocks and dies
Pad hooks, breech'g Ioop3
l'ad screws, cockeyes
Girth rein and roller web
Silk, 3 cord thread
With many roods embracing a complete assort
racnt of the most desirable which they will sell at
the lowest prices. J. COLHOUN & BKO
April 16th, 1857. 31-ly
OMAHA CITY, N. T.
DEQUIRED to be in attendance officially npon all
Xi the terms of tho District and Supreme Court cf
the lemtorj, tenders his iTofessional services to such
as need them. He flatters himself that his facilities
for gaining a knowledge cf the practice in each Dis
trict, will enable him to give satisfaction to such as
entrust their business to his care.
0ah City, June 7, ISM.
THE subscribers have entered into a partnership
nnder the firm of Reed, Uolabird A Co., to
manufacture the J. C. Reed, Patent Portable Grist
Mill and are now prepared to furnish all those in
want of a good Corn or Wheat Mill that for dura
bility, simpiicty and economy; excel any Mill in the
world. On the late exhibition of tho Mechanics
institute in Cincinnati, a Gold Jfedal was awarded
them for it.
, It is adapted to all Grain grinding purposes : it is
superior to all others for the most extensive Merchant
Aiill, as it is for grinding the Fanners feed by Horse
The above Mills are manufactured by the under
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, O., where they
con bo furnished in any quantity at short notice.
Ihe above ilills warranted to perform as follows:
3G in. diam., per hour 50 B. Corn, 25 Wheat, $300
30 44 M - 30 15 " 250
21 " " 20 " 13 200
20 ' IS " 8 " 150
As this Mill tells its own story.it i3 unnecessary to
quote from our numerous recommendations, received.
A. B. HOLLABIRD & CO.,
Machinists, Founders and
Front S.reet, West of Smith,
Would most respectfully inform their friends and
tho public generally, that they are now pre
pared to execute all orders in their line, with prompt
ness. Having lately enlarged their shop and with
the increased facilities they now possess, they hope to
merit a continuation of the liberal patronage which
has heretofore been extended to them.
aw Mill Engines of every Description.
Constantly on han : consisting of the Sash, Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears and every description of
( astings, warranted to bo 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 line furnished by them, and are pre
pared to work on as reasonable terms as any other
shop in the country.
Those in want of anything in our line, would do
well to give us a call and examine our new patterns.
U. S. Mail Route,
From Nemaha Agency, in Kansas, to the
mouth of tht Nyoway River,
TniS LINE makes one trip per week, each way,
stopping at the principal towns cn tho Missouri
River. Good Hacks all the way through, and good
horses and nice young men for drivers.
J. B. A W. BENNET, Contractors.
Dec. 19, 1856. vln27-ly
NOEL, LAKE, A E3IERSON,
N. B. We would r. siei;tfully 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 the Territory.
Market prices paid for log delivered at the yard
or on the bank of the river.
All orders accompanied with the cash, will receiv
our immediate attention.
E. E. PARKER,
Atlantic street, West of ILiblitzeU's Stcre.
BRO WXVILIE, NEBRASKA TERR.
HAVING bought propertyand located permanent
ly in Brownville, I offer my services to the
public generally, if they want any thinirdone in bit
line of business. I can always be found at uy post,
or, more properly speaking at my bench.
Work Warranted No Fit, No Tay I
. Particular attention paid to cuttingjrarments and
layiug off work for the Seamstress. The greatest
portion ot my life has been devoted to my trade, in
which I consider myself inferior to none e?jecially
in the cutting department, and I hope by ejose atten
tion to my business to merit a share f public
patronage. E. E. PARKER.
Brownville April lftth, 1857. 41-lv
GEORGE F. KENNEDY,
AND GENERAL LAND AGENT
Florence City. N. T. .
TTJE offer to the public, we are confident, the
V largest and best selected stock of Groceries
ever offered in this market:
6 Hhds Sugar, 50 Sacks Coffco,
125 Sacks Flour, 5 Tierces Rice,
30 Bbls Molasses, 16 Boxes Star Candles,
20 Boxes Soap. 150 Sa ks Salt,
15 Bbls Cider Viniscr. 150 hhl Sclt.
IE RMS CASE! !!
l. T. WHVTE A 00.
11EGS NAILS, just received, and fnril
by I. T. WI1YTE A CO.
OOTS and SHOES A Tremendous Stock, just
received, opened, and for sale, by
I. T. WIIYTE A CO.
r PINE DOORS, For sale, by
1. T. WHITE x to.
RESERVED FRUITS; Strawberries, Peaches,
Whortk berries Ac , Ac, to be had at
I. T. WIIYTE A CO S.
SE3 27 G "W ES S3
AIOUUACES to the public that he has just re
ceived, per Steamer Emma, a very lurgo and
well assorted stock of Parlor and Cook Stoves, of
new and improved patterns, as follows;
Shanghai Elevated Oven.
Bock's Clipper oven.
" Improved Pattern 44
Charter Oak "
all of which I pledge myself to sell at as fair rales,
and on as accommodating terms as any other estab
lishment in tnis region of country.
I have also now on hand every renuuite variety
of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron ware, and am prepared
to put up guttenngand spouting and all other work
in my line, at short notice, and in a workmanlike
manner, which I warrant to give satisfaction.
A share of patronage is solicited.
Brownville. July ICth. 1857. v2n51y
DO WD ALL, MAEKHAM & CO.,
Engine and Machine Shop,
CORNER OP SECOND AND MOEGAN STREETS,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Manufacturers of Steam Engines and Boilers, Saw and
Grist Mill Machinery, Sincle and Double Circular Saw
Mills, Tobacco Screwa and Presses Lard Kettles. Lard
Screws and Cylinders, Wool Carding Machines Building
Castings, Toune'g Improved Patent Smut Mills. Sic.
Q-AGEXTS for the sale of James Smith & Co.'i Su-
penor -Much in e Cards. v2n8-ly
W. II. WILLIAMS,
fTItOLESALK AND betail pealer i
STOVES & TINWARE
HP AKES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or-
1 gon and the public in genera!, 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
W holesale and Retail at St. Louis prices.
I would call particular attention to my stock of
pnnrivp oTAtrro i i ,
vwa.ii.ivi oiu i co, comprising ae mosi improved
patterns both Air-Tight and Premium. Among them
may be found r illy s Charter Oak, the best stove noT
in use, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Pioneer and prize Pre
mium. Also s
Parlor & Box Stoves
Of various Siies 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 exchan:
for work or ware. W. W. WILLIAMS,
t1-b Oregon, Mo., July b, ISM.
t a rrfVT flT A TXT CTD ADA TAn
X ilA-DrV 1. JAV.r.Al L XXAWJL A VJit
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER, is now prepared ta to
JL nish Farmers and others with his
for the present season. It is unnecessary to spea)
particularly of the merits of these Macbinps, as they
are too welt known throughout tho country to need
extolling; but the fact that they have heretofore and
are continuing to receive the premiums at the State
and County Fairs where they have been exhibited is
sufficient to induce all those in want of such a Ma
chine, to purchase one of these.
At a practical test of this Separator in competition
with tbe best of those made in England, in 1853, it
received the highest cemmendations of theprcs, and
of the leading grigulturalists of that country.
I have a large number of them cn hand, ready for
he coming crop, made of the best material, and war
ranted to do good work.
I have made many valuable improvements in these
machines within the last year, ajid have no hesitation
in warranting them superior to any in use.
Ism also preparing a large number of Crawford's
Improved Clover HuIIers,
patented in 1851. which are greatly superior to his
patent of 1844, being in itself feeder, and greatly
ahead of it in other respocts. They will be manu
factured under theimmediate supervision f the
patentee, who h s permanently located in this phve.
The above cut represents my four horse 44 Separa
tor," and is designed especially for the fanner's own
Im also agnt for McCormiek's celebrated REAP
ER and MOWING MACHINE. combined.
J. R. MOFFITT. Piqua. Miami cuniy, Ohio.
Improved Little (iiant
CORN & COB PLANTATION MILL
TnE subscriber ha purchased exclusive right of
Territory in the West, of the above celebrated
Mills, and is prepared to furnish them at all times,
either wholesale or retail, and guaranteed in tbe most
It is now more than a year since tho
fcti wit ri:r..wM
jumtj i t i sit
Was introduced to tho public, during which time, it
has been constantly growing in the popular favor.
The improvements recently effected and patented,
mak.'s it the most perfect imichine ever offered for
general farm use. It is furnished ready for attaching
team, and weighs as follows: .No. 1, Tlo o. 2, Z'M,
X. 3, 400, No. 4, 500 pounds. Twenty minutes are
sufficient to set One up, without mechunual aid, and
when once adjusted, it can with safety be entrusted
to a boy. Full directions accompany each Mill.
XT Ha U GZ2 ITi: fSs
No 1, $35, will grind 8 bu meal per hour with 1 horso
No 2 40, 44 44 1 0 4 4 44 44 I
No 3 50, 44 44 15 44 44 44 l
No 4 60, 44 44 20 44 44 44 44 2 44
3jT Liberal discount to dealers.
JAMES B. CI1ADWICK,
No. 63 Locust street, bet. 2d and 3d
June 28, 1856. vl-n4 St. Louis. Mo.
S. W. C0Z2ENS
ROOT & COZZENS,
Omalin City, 2NT. 27;
HAVING made arrangements by which we receive
acrunito copies of all the Townships, as f;u-t as
surveyed, in the Territory, we arn now prepared to
offer our services to tho citizens of the Territory,
INTENTION TO PRE-EMPT,
LOCATING LAND WARRANTS,
Lmd Warrants Bought and Sold,
Land entered on time, etc.
PARTICULAR attention r,a id to hiivin anrl
selling on Commi.sion. Also in makiniCol-
n cuoiiri an parts of the TERRITORY and
April 7 13-tf
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
HO. 153 Vine St., let. Fourth and Fil
C. F. O'DRISCOLL Si CO.
"jX Tanufacturers and dealers in New. Book ana job
lrX Tyie, Printing Presses. Case. Gallics. Ac.. Ac.
Ink, and Printing Material of Every Description.
STEREOTYPING of all kind-l!,.oks, Music,
I atent Medicine Directions Ji.Ka ff.i VT..rm
Ac. rf-c. ' '-b-
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
Herring's Patent Champion
T7lTH Hall's Pt
f - v m Aji uwaa iijv
f Sftllltt that, Wprp Rirnr,lo.1 ar,n ma a
the W orld's Fair L..nJ.n. lS5l,and the World's Fair.
-icw iora, io.i; ana are the only American Safes
that were awardrd medals at the London World's
These Safes nrcnnw arlmlt tAI tr K Anropinv .
.. - - . " v. , - j, i i ' i i . n i : t
ever offered to the rnh!i nr.H th a II li.is.ri Kiioa nktl
I . -wv .w i va j v tiaa
lenge the World to produce an instance of thee
r.., r.. :i: - .1
on;3 4 a i.i ng i u preserve incireontents througn tbe
hottest fires, or a urglar picking tbe lock.
Ihe subscribers and their agents are tbe only per
sons authorized to Hinkp ml 11 Herrin,.'. I ' nn
Champion Safe, with Hall's Patent Powder Proof
1 r lr a
S.C.IIERRIXO A CO.
Green Block, 135. 137 and 139 Water St.,
aud 5 Murray St-New York.
March 5th. 1S57. ' z.i-(m
NEW TRI-WEEKLY MAIL,
ncn: port, svio.
GEO. E. lYTCLARY,
HAVING taken the contract for carrying the
Mail between tbn K.,.
. . " w - i VO, t M ima UltUOJ
of informing the public generally that he has made
nrariaMiti.nj f, .
rM.,.UUUJ lurruuaiog a uaciton tneaoove namea
Leaving Rock Port every Tuesday. Friday and
Sunrtay.at 12 o'clock M.: arriving at "Urownville at
2 o clock. P.M.: leaving Urownville for Rock Port,
same evening at 3 o'clock P. M.
This route connects at Rock Port with the St. Jo
seph and Council fluffs Stage line, and at Brown
ville with the Stage line leading from Topeka Kansas,
St. Joseph Mo., Independence. Kansas City and other
points below ; and to Nebraska City. Omaha City
and other points above; and 'i;w 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 unavoidable accidents
April 7 1 856. 43-tf
BROWNVILLE. N. T.
RESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of
Brownville, Nemaha county, and surrounding
country that he Las recently opened up a shop in
Brownville for the manufactory of Tin, Copper and
Sheet lion Ware cf every description. His machin
ery is all new, his tock cf the bejt quality, and bis
work all Warranted.
lirownvilK Jane ith, 187. M-tf
the pdMie A
' op ' .
Every thing that comes under ti
All of which we tvIII y
CHEATER TIIANTUEi CIIEapV
D. H. Thomas, '
General Broker and Forwardia v'
o. -t Pine iStreet, e.rner.omi "!
jlyl6v25 8T. Lons. T '
4 GOOD tliuksmith cn End ems'int
, nw..o w;lges hy;t,Sfi
Pioneer ot Nebraska.
BROWN & HALLAil,
rkfO .UnnC... ..-.11 l - .. 1
To the baying ot Bank nntor, aal l.
r. . v u.i .1 , . .
" . aDdseliins of ten Exc1ul
collection of debu io Xbf t, Uw. .w
Missouri, ami Kun.-a.-i. ..
buyioK nl selUiiK of U;m, Wwn hts.w'a...
yi v. iau1 is.
seiet-iion and :enlry of Land I
others either witb'land warrant .irn.
Remittances can te made to ut inDrmn.ur
wi.h Bunlfsor Bankers ut)iect t- nuronW '.
We will enter laud, with V'arraitsurCx-h po,;
taxes and commissions for one-ttinl U tbe pw.-.
accruing from the sale of thj l;uits. . .
In Nebraska and Kansas I r na t'Tiuo arcaai-,
acres of the finest land. in the Cnii.n a-ebu-
sale. Fuieisn capitalists will ihii: hfru a n ifcVv
vetnient . InvestDients judit wimif mi.lf io, i-w
lands and town lot are niw najla tu rn t'.'.y u jif '4
d. el per cent.
We solicit the patronage of thp puMx. ,n3 :b
cur exreiience and kibiwietlre in theba-mei!!sut-us
t give entire satisfacti. n. . .
Having a large acquaintance ia th M,.r.4;ppvn;
it will nut be difficult to pure urermcrt tii.
by corresponenis, m re?.vdsur HtuxImA iMwat
times cLeerfally answer all liters f enq-art.
Brownville June 25ih. 17. . - 4k
IL V. FUJSAJS.
For the Purchase. Sale, anil Suwrintedaoc 4
BUOWSVILLE, X: T.'
WILL attend promptly to all lavn enmwd
to his care. Persons re-idirg iuthe
desiring t purchase lender Town Lot iaXtbi-in,
Kansas, North rn Missouri, and Iuwa,'cu lu-t
their investmt nts safely rna.l; ly me.
Kare chances are continually oferin; tnp'i''
lands in Nebraska, which b:ive a!rii lw f'f
emptedand for which Warrat;ij I'erJ srill oey'-'e.
I have now for Sale, valuable Tuwabitiiti
Shares, in the following townn i 1 Xchra-iu:
City of Brownville. Ner-raska Citv, Oir
City, Wyoming, La. Platte. Om;i(!i, D" ''
Ne.nahaCity, Table IltickPHwiicaCtj.sB
Centre ville, Salina, Funter.elle, South Er.
ville. ' . .
And many other valuable FoiuK
I have aiso for eal'j, a number of ere-' "
acre tracts of land already pro-i mpted, &i-
improved, and conveniently liM-ated, awl
fine soil as can be found in the world.
DAVID H. H'LAfOIILIN. - n AllLES . f"k"r'
Mclaughlin i- doksey.
GENERAL LAND AGESp
Fint Street, (opposite 4Ad7crtii8r"
BROWNVILLE, N. T. ..
Will attend ta Filing Declarations of int
Securing Pre-emptions, Localin; Land-1
Land Warrants Bouirlt and
Particular attention will bc paid to .
selling property on commission, and auk;'
mentsior distant dealers
Correspondence solicited. .rr.
. Mclaughlin t ccFa .
MrPhcrton, Morrison, A Hutchias Iirow''1''-. "
O. H.Barnet, Esj., Dayton, Ohi..
D. 31. HITCHCOCK.
D. 31 HITCHCOCK h; CQ
Bet. Olive and Lccust streets, Sl Lou
MA.NUFACTUUEUS of Cooking, lies?
Parlor Stoves and Grates. . j.. ;
Also Jlanufacturers of four, f-irs of.-l-" :$
ent Cary Hough, one and two horse jrt 3u
OLIVER BENNETT & CO, V I
M ANUFACTCBEB3 AND WHOLES 4LE PKAU" i
Boots Shops & "RrazznS, .
NO. 87 MAIN STREET. SAINT L0V&
IVii l.f ULUL11 1 Ol coaij -fuf
of cood.s from their own na oiu-i -
tcrics,adapted especially to the Western ' 'v.
Purchasers are invited to exaiaine tnei .
manufactured and selected with Kreat.,Cj ' tft
warranted of superior quality. O.tI'-M
rompt and careru' attention.
1J. sncctfullv announces to the-pu
on hand a large and well selected ilo b fll b
Tweeds, Caimers, Vesting, Ac.;, f
will make to order in good style od . .
rates; or sell by any quantity desire I. ' . of?l?
He also keeps constantly on han-I na
supply of ready made clothing of KJD , l-5
V t ' 1 I f U . L. 1 W . -
nnwnviiie, iuno iui9 i'.
ST. JOSEPH, M().
JAMES CAltr.ILL, Proprietor
. . xttt. rTT'Tirj .t tpt3Coi-'
hand for sale, all kinds of -1 filM ;
and Feed stuff. Orders solicited ai VJ.nO! ?
on most favorable terms. C-h- r"1 e? , tf rjb
Wheat. For character of Flour refer W'
that ever used it. .lait.ly
frmineJ to locate in v- ..yi
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