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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1857)
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' -JNVILLE, OCTOBER 22, 1857
patj "hi advance,
at the end of month,
" "12 "
1 60 jxr
, 'nf -will
le furnished at
iVl(ied.tlie caa aiiujiiic wine, uw
ri . .,.,
v rxtenivft ailiiiras of Xew Type, Cuts,
W ''y T. k. H-i.iiios, Cards. 4c. made to the "Adver
' ' K'Ti' i"V we claim to to W to turn out Job Work in
s:'f ' ' ' cri.''-pi'1 l'v "r'r ,rice' 71:6 proprietor being
, ttj: :r:or, ''.cr himself, and "barm:: in hi employ an
(ur lnn'g lost and deeply regretted
prost, wtio entertained us
plcf-S-ntlt- during five months of last
vesr, made. Lis appearance among U3
fnt Tvect. He merely tarried long
Tr.-nTcli for a glimpse of Lis hoarj head
uhd 4iset lis thinking Lut returned
Sunday evening with an expres
of a'decided determination to take
Lis-ahode v ith us for Fomctime.
d -u as frozen quite hard and
froze to the depth - of half an
hth. damage v.-as done, Lowcver,
to the crops,'' they being too far ad
The moncv crisis seems to
sit lijrlit! v
r :i the shoulders of Crane J: Hill if
,.,n wit .n'f: hx the oTiantitT of Dry
Goods, Groceries, Fancy
it "received ny ii.cm;
cntlcrnrn.: . They have a complete
community and all they
ve them a call.
steamer Umatia passcu up
last Monday,. heavily laden vith goods
for this' and -oilier points. " She is de
served; v popular, and her gcntlemenly
r,5crrs Lever f.ag in their efforts
"V 1 Pl.l. 'Wrr rnv l.oc
laid:? forties ol late papers.
Thi?. "cntlenian has located
Bro.vuviUe, N. T., "where he intends to
pracfice Law. During the fifteen years
L? practiced in this place, he enjoyed
the refutation of heinc: a.sound lawver.
The people in Ills new home will find
ia him. an ahle advocate in any Court
of Justice, -either to maintain their
rights or redress ihcir wrongs. If his
merits '-cut "West" arc arrireciated, it
A A '
Xiil .o: he loiifr "before his office will
be crowded -with .clients. Added to
eviaour is a
KkZots '"possesses' unrivalied 'social
qualities, and has a heart big as a rnoun
taia. Advoc'ate,(Xew Philadelphia, 0)
We can fully enlor.se all the Advo
cate savs in regard to Mr. Beldcn, and
from personal knowledge recommend
him to our citizens as worthy their
highest consideration and confidence.
'.'Head the result cf Mr.. MryiCE's
experiments with the Chinese Sugar
Cane. . It will be found very interest
ing as well as instructive.
this citr some
maha caa:e to
four weeks- ago and it appears that he
was infected with a thieving mania.
Every thing that he laid his hands upon,
irnm a cravat irrtr t . UIt-
Id stick to.
continued to nlav h
l - . . F - t-
lt was act
ecioa ana arrested lor steal-
i T -1 . -
a coat, vest, and sundry other arti
cles ci Ciothlng, and tried before Jus
tsca Cochran, and in default of bail,
as committed to the county jail.
The Circuit Court being in se'ssion, he
s tried on Saturday last, and con
victed by the jury, for two years im
prisonment in the state prison. .lie
pves his name as Dupee, and is a bold,
hardened looking fellow.. Joseph
Anqthejr of .the Editor of the Ie-
rastian s "Missionaries." Tryin to
'rcformV' the St. Joseph
are yea Mr. "Robertson.
BLOOMING TON, ILL..
Th undwilmed bes leave to inform the Nnrcervmen
Fanner of the Wctt and South-wect, that theV are
n,-u?l iy e neaped in Ihe pnPatn ! '
Eoct Drifted and Eadded Scts far
"Vrially the APPLX, and a few other harJv rruits.
Invins fpent scar twenty rear in selecting their
iU.they are now nvinced that their lift is nnsuriiass-
t.-ih m recmrd to the quality and the proportions in
t eUbeyculfiv:te. Beincvery de-irousol disemina
item a wideiy anoMiir.le, they adopt tbe method of
Minj: out naall,. cultivated t-tocks fur the Nuierr, as
usfar niorepraQtichle and safe, than to incur the prcat
ft-., delay aiid ri.-k of hbippiup lare trees, wUch
- ""ul.j-aiway be raised near where they are wanted.
f r"Tj-Lc:r Jon? exrerience tbey flatter themselves that
""rre perfectly acuainie-i with the. above business,
lo craft only uch hardy varieties as.Fucceed wplj
'I the rjt. tad bad.oa secxTriuc sUxk. and the nuwt de
!rt,ie. tender and Unit hardy kinds. TheKraftinp will be
c"' at the proper Mason, end in the best manner. Tbe
win be pa-ked e:rel.T aai bhipjed by express, with
U' created care inearty ejr:ns, to any part of the West.
Tliey haTe aiw ou baud, the largest and best crop of
ZlACLURA HEDGE FLAXTS
rr crwn, lor tale on bett terms, bv tbe thonsand or
Thr'" m" T"ry may l tb'neJ in the Fall or Sprinc.
6;r prires j.r Narcery eujck m ill We found a low at anr
. .iier or t qual qutJity in the Union. CaUI-Tue andTrcat-
uetue i. ulture, sent jrrjttoall apphcanu.
Order for Nurbery stock, thould
ent pnr to 2jih of December
Address, 0VEEJ1IAN A 21 ANN,
,E7-cl6 Blooaiinfou, 111.
. - st. josErn, no.
XrAKLTACTURES aid keens constantly
V l,, iUt:Weirm. C.h paid cmstantlv for
.Wi eL "-ractcr or k lour reftr to everybody
v. . Tt.
' V t p' a'1 tsi-ericnrpd Fatwr Jb Printer, i de
trr. (.t-dne m Ihe cxecutijn of Job Work.
,r-n:.: p -r.v-tcr' latest improved Card
(.,, r)()rs Bronze Work, 4c.; will
- -t t.jrt:ru;ar attention.
r''ii- !'' tat:re. w'n l,e ProP'' attended to,
" .l' -ranted pive saiisJaction or no pay.
CTiATM NOTICE. -
To all mbom it may cowem. Too are hereby notified
that I will -appear at the Land Offlc in Erownvile, on
Friday Oct. 3, 157, to prove up my ri?ht of pre-emption
to tbe N. E. quarter of section S3 township 2 ranre 15 K.
V2nl6-2t TIIOS. E- RUSSELL.
E. II. Burdsell ami all otaera wbun it may xncem.
Touare bereJry notified that we wi'.l throojrU the propor
authorities ap;ar at the Land Office in Brownville, on
Tnnwlay, tcl. 20, 1857, at 2 o'clock p. m., to prove Vf the
risht to pre-empt, a a Town Site, the v . quarter
Section bve (5) Town five (5) Kaa?e fifieen (16J Ejst.
Oct- 8, '57-nl5-2w ProprietAH clitd-jraio.
To all whom it may concern. You are heiby notified
that I wii! appear at the Land Office in lirownville. on
Monday Oct 3 -.h, '57. at lOclck. to pro e upiny ripht or
pre-etuptii to lou No 2 and 3, sec io. II, township 1,
north of range IS eat. ,
v2nl6-2t. - . JOHN OGDEX.
To a!l whom it may conorn. Touare hereby notified
tbt 1 will appear at the Laird Office in - B.-ownviM. on
Holiday Oct. liG.h. 67 at 10 o'clock, to prove up my mtht of
pre-enipti .n U lot Xo. 1, S. 11, and E. 1-2 of S. K jr.
of tcction Ho. 2, towufchip io. 1, north of range 15 pat.
!iil6-2t JOUX U. UCN1VAX.
ToAanaBuyd and all others whom it nay cmice-n.
Tou are heret-y notified that 1 will appear at the Land
Ofii.c in BrLwnville, on Monday (au. 2L, IS57, at 10
o'clock, to prove up niy ri?ht of pre-empU.-n to lots 4
and 6 X. E. f X. E. 13 and S. E. of the S. E. quarter f
serti'-n No. 12, in township Xo. I, ranee 15 east.
vii-16-2t . ANDUEW OGDEX. "
To all whom it may concern. Tod are heroby iwtifled
thtt 1 i;i appear at tlie Laud Office in Drownvilie, on
Tlinrwlay o t. 2id. 1SJ7. to prove up rry Tisht of pre
emption to the S. half of the X. W. quarter and tbeS.
half of the X. E. quarter of section 2 Townthip 1 iiortli
of ranre 15 east. v2ulo-2t JACCBXOFEii AX- .
Taken np, by D.ivid AlcCiure of Johnscn county, X. T
on thc23d day of June, 1SJ;7, one lisbL hay Iiorbe. f.iTR tf
harness marks. alMnt sox en ijrt-isht yearsoldaad sixlcin
aid a halt handi. in hi-u'ht. Apprai?-ed at ninety ij;t,
before Jar.irs Uislip, J. r. - ,
t)ct. 15, '57 C. A. GOSlIEil Cc nitv Clcfk.
ST. GEORGE TOWN CO.
BROWNVILLE, X.'T. )
- tvt. Ut, '57.
On motion the followinc Kea.!rittotu'rcrc adopted at
a regular meoiiiig of the Cotupany ucl thit d;ty :
uesotvca, Tnat tae mui ol on earn sua.ro t.e and js
berehy levied for the purine of -enterics the Towa-bite
and inirroviiis tir anic.
Rrtnived, Shield the aremeTit. levied by the frrre
p.HLis resivtioii fail to be paid into the Treasury of said
Company on or before the npira'ion of days ir.nj this
date, each ph-ire so faiimc bhali bo declared forfeited, and
revert back tot he Company. . - - .
Rao'.rsd, That the Secretary cT this meeting U hereby
instrnrted to have the proceedincn of thoe two niPt tins
pubHsnd in the Xcbraika Advertiser fmr c.nfecU'
live weeks. B. J. WHTTXEY, Pres't.
K. W. Fcrxas, Sec'y.
TO all persons wb c: it may cincem. Tu are hereby
notirieil that I will appear at the Land Office in Brown
ville, Nemaha eiimty Xebratfca, mi 14radsy the 13;h;
day of October, lt57, at 3n'c!cck. P. il.. and apply to ea
ter as tny pre-emption riylit Li'tlio. 5 kU ewiwiNo
12 and the N. W. qnarter of the X. E. qaarier of sectian
13 in t iwcsbip No. 1 in Ranpe X . 15 East of the sixth
principal rreridi in, in Kirhard.Min cmnty X. T. When
and where ytu can a: pear and cement niT said riidit if
you t-ee proir. . JOHN J. ill'LLIXS.
Oct. 15, '57-I6-2t pd
To all whom it m.Tv concern. Notice if nereby piven
that on Monday the i6th a.iv of October. A. 1). 1S57, at 3
o'clock. V. M. I will apnear at th? Lmd Off.w at Brown-
ille. Xetnaha cuuty, Xebra.-ka TenitoT; and appiyjo
enter as a Pre-caitition ryrht tbe SuutL-west cnaner of
the Xorth-east quarter a:! L-ts X'J. 2, 3 and E in section
No. 13, in Town-hip Xo. 1, in Rai,.ce Xo. 15, E.it of ihe
ixtb principal meridi.m. When and where you can ajt-
pear and contest inv uid right if you thiiik oroper.
Oct 15, '57-16-2wpd DAVID BOYD.
. To the Public,
I FOEEWAUX all persons from buying any or
erti-iing any buildings in the towa oi t5AX FUAXC1S-
CO." Said town if laid out on my cla:ni. which was
jumped by Mrs. Ritter. and I by this noUcc taake jpiMic
my intention of contetinp her Ti;1it to the same, I .e fore
tbe I'nitcd States Commniiinue :. :
53" Xvbra-kiau aud St. Si.sept Gazette cory lIi!onth
Send Bill to this Ofdce
Sept. 10, '57-11-lui
V ILL1AM El)' SLOAN.
PETE LUMBER ! ! !
rilHE undersiprctHl re?petf ui i j inform the citizen;
J. ol l.rownvillc, and Ictu;ina mid surrou
counties that we now liave in pcratiun a.
Lumber Yard in L'rownville, where we keen for
sale a wcl selected stuck of PiueLuaiber from U.
3 inches- Also, Tine Siding Worked I-loiirir". l'ine
Mhinple? ucd Pino Lath, ull of whicii w e will etll t
faar i.Tiees s . i , , . .
TOR CASH 0LY.
Brownville, Jnne 2 lth,1857. t2-;
To the Land Offictrt in tht TcrrUoriet of M.juirsota,
ivfi?uiw and Mbra&ka: -
By Joint -Resolution cf Cuneress. approved 3d -March
1657, valid Pre-emp!i'n claim?-, on the Mi.h ainl 36th free
tions, heretofore reserved for schools, in the Temtone.
of Minnestita. Kan-as, anl Nebraska, will be recognized
vrhrrt the tetilcmcnt has been or may be m&de prior to
1st, In cases where the approved plat of survey has
not yet been returned, tbe Declaratory Statement wast
be fiid trithin three month cfter. tht receipt cf such
approved Flat at the Lnstrict VJfu t.
2d, TThere the Plat is now in the Register's Office, the
Declaration must be filed, within three months from the
Jirtt publication of this Circular in your Land District
A failure to comply with thi reiuireiacut, will work
a forfeiture the claim.
JOS. S. WILSON, -
' Act ins Commissioner
To The Public. ,
On the 26th of January last, we, Robert Hawk in
J 'hn G. Melvin, purchased tA Lruis X'eal- th5 Lai
knrwn a Neal's Point or Alamo, i;i Xebta Terriior
which we have paid for in fnll.'and far wlich we li'.'.J Li
Quit-Claim deed, and also a txri4 for a Warranty dcel a:
scon as be shail receive a Patem,therefT. The cottdiiion
of said b ud hxre beeu complie-t wiUi twtbe letter on mrr
Prt. We. the said Hawk and Slelvin and onr assiciate?
forewarn all whr.m it niay mncern not to virrcb;3Jt- of ai
Jt:is Ncal any part of Euid tract or town site, take any
iimter. C"ii or stone thererrooi. r make any :r.iprf.ve-
tnents theretia. as we intend conl eating Lis rigLw to Uio
bame in tac proper courts.
JOHN i MELVIX,
P. F. NT CSOLLS,
4 IT. KTCEIXJLS,
WASH. HEPXER, .
. JACOB F.-HAWK,
ii. JEFF. TlLUZr.SOX,
S. TI. IHTCHWICK,
WJJ. K. DILLOX,
G. tY. IlAWt.
F. ii. TliUAlPSOX,
a umsi, jo 3m
Platte River Ferry.
The Platte lUver Ferry eoiupanv have thsir icrrr in
Buccessful operation at the mouth of the
jr.i-rrnTpis fix roues shorter than that bv Cedar Island
and is a niucb better roire.
Experienced and careful men will be in ar;enaan'-e a
all times to accommodate the traveling public. lutes of
ferriage as low as at any other point.
, w-;s- SLArGHTER.
Pl3ttsaonth,Sept.3d, !So7. , v2-nl0-3m
D. H. THOMAS.
T. A. CALLAKEB.
THOMAS & GALLAHEE,
No. 23 Puie Street C.onur SecuiJ, '
CP STAIIiS. .
10-ly ST. LOUIS, MO.
Emigrant's Land Hirnfers!.'!
HOYT c SLIITH
ml is ma
Nemaha City & Pleasantrille, 7f. T.
Land Warrants Eonght and' Sold.
Land Entered on Time.
Laxd CI&iiEJ and Town Lots Eoxgit aad Scld.
InrestmffEts Made for DisJant Dealers."
BEING practical RnrA eyors and one having had three
years experience in the ,Wet," wiil devot mir enure
tiineand nieciat attenti.n U the Selection and Entry
landnr claiwa for eUlrsaid all tteuM-deMriL? chonx
locations. " Address,
- Nemata City, N T.
. HrrEas to ; t . ' )
A Schuyler. Republic, Seneca co., Ohio. ' ' '
D I Searle. TUTln City, " " .'-'
lr F Inntkeep. Dayton. Iowa CO., Icwa.
Epv w E.iuS, Archer. Eich2rd-onco.,N.T-S
Wiseman, Genoa EicfTs, Iowa.
J F Schuyler. Novelty Works; X. T.
T FerfroM.n, Brownville, N. T - "
Clinton I) Turner. Attica. S?ceca ro., Ohio;
t?Ectrrs r Enijciry Promptly AnsikTrfNl.T
A ivtait I3ih; li7. . , ,:vw-3Iy
. i .t : s
LOOK TO TOUR H TERESTS!
f ; ... .
. .. Oo .To ,-E ... - i .
On l!ain Strt-etv
YThereyou v ill find the lest and
At IVhoIesale oi Retail!
rnjJE subicriber wouLd inritw tlio public to call
. X .nd see Lis laric stock cf Clr joeriss, which have
hu n selected with great care, ami are now offered at
uirisnaUy low rates. Persons tn want of CoCee,
Tijii, ISugar, Jlolassos, -Clujesc, (.nfoctionery,
Jniits in cans, Tobacco, Segara, Caudies, tc
any other articles usuallj kci t in a. Grocery and
Variety Store, will find it to their advantago to call
before purciasicg elscwLcre. , Also, by the whole
sab, ns fine a stock of Brandies, 'iines,Gin,Monoa
gaiela,atid llje "Whisky, SchTyap.j.CbampagTie wine
Ac, as liver was brought cp the Missouri river. Piah
of till kinds, constantly cc hand. . Country Produce
tinted fcr whieh tho msiiest price will be paid.
A snare or public patronago u respectfully aoiici
:d. J. li. DAVIS.
Brownville, J naolSth, 1857. r2 1-Cm
. .THOMAS WILLIAMS, - -
Attorney anil Counsel! oj ; at Law.
TVill practice in the Third Judicial District in Ne
braska Territory, and in the Twelfth Judicial Circuit
in the buitc of .Miisoun. r
Brownville, K". T.
Ti pTiecanoe, Ohio.
K. v. r.arrws.
Dr. John ik-Ph jrson,
James Foster, ;
Georje J. ililler,
: it. v. Mimt,
EITERAL LAITD AGEIvT
Omsha, Urowiiville nnd Table Ilock,
S now prepared to select Clovernment Land., -and
locate Land Warrant1? ii an v rart of Nebraska? and
Western Iowa: to biy and sell Land Warrants, City
Prowrfy and Keal Kstate. Debts collected ard yro-
cetsis rrcrnrtlv remitted at euiTent rates of Kx-
c-hiir.re. .Will brj- and sell ;iforrtT on commission;
par taies for non-resident;. V ilb a personal ktowl-
ede of the l.st Lvjuticns in the Territory,! am no w
tt) ared to ; ttend riromptly to a 11 business entrust
ed to inT care: will act aji airent for Fire .Insurance
Coisr-anie?. etc.. e'tc. I Lav made arranrcments
wka the Bar.king House cf Giliirspie. Pierre i Co
Carliondale, to remr. Cash and Land Warrants from
person? in the Last, cn my account and to be for
P.EFEK BY PERMISSION .
James ArcLball. General Aireut D. L. & W. Ti. TL
Chas. P.Wurts, Sup.Ttl." 1 Hud. Canal Co.,
Cartondale, Pa. -Lathrrpe
& Jones, Carbcr.dile and Scranton,Pa
Ii. t;. Mor-e. Esfi., Ped PjiIIs. N. Y.
Hon. Wm. Glcason, Delhi. X." Y. '
Jas. C. Hart, Sec. Bd. erf Dir. Del. & Hud. Ca. Co.
New York. .
Wm. Troth Icgiiani, Attorney, AlbaDy, X. Y.
Gille-pic, Fierce &. Co. .Bankers,. Carbondale, Ta,
Jus. Clarkon, Esq., Carbondale, Pa.
Kc7. It:"Nol?on,Prin. Wyoming Seminary, Kings
ton., I'a, ' . "
Bev. Abel Barker, Tlonesdale, Tji. .
Bey. T. . Ward. CarbcnJaie, Pa.
Iv. C. Wl Giddings, Carboncale. Ta.
Hon. It. W. Furnas, Bruwnville, X. T.
Mark W. Izard, Gov. of Nebraska.
Col. .T. A. Parker, RcgistcrJjand office, Omaha.
Col. A.B.Oillmrrc, lieceivtr, " " "
W. T. Finch A Co.. Omaha. -
A. J. tstt-vens A Co.. Ft. Des Moines, Iowa.
: A. W. PCLTT.- " M. G. TTILKIXSON'.
TUETT t YTILKLNSON, .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OMADI, 2:. T.
Will attend to all business entrusted to their care
. ' BXFEltENCES
Col. Jesse Williams
Gov. Jos. A. Wright,
Mr. F. N. Boock,
Ilur- John G. Davis,
lion. G?o. L. Miller.
Omaha City, Iv. T.
Editor "JTibrada Auvriiwr": 1
Deik Sir: In looking over the last number of your
pvnwr a notice attracted my attention signed by
Jeromts Hoover, Esq., in which he states that certain
stories are in cironlation that the undersigned claim
( no interest in Nemaha City for. the purpose of in-
j-aring its prosperity. Jt may do quite well to cir
culate a report ol that iAture waere tnc lacts are
unknown, but to fiose V.nowing the facts such a
statement i? merely foolish.
And for the purpose of giving a fair opportunity
ut persons to Ascertain the fa-,ts we hereby warn all
persons from purchasing any .pretended claim or
interest in the said town of Neiwiha City, from the
said Jerome Hoover, as he has scldan received pay
for nine-twtlfths of said town, and suit is now pending
b place the undersigned in possession of the interest
bv them riurahased m tne. saroe: ana tney nave not
authorized the said Hoover to or dispose of ary
portion of their interest, bt.t directed suit to b
brought long since for its recovery.
Yours, A .. '
F. J. MATtSTIALL
J KO. DONIPHAN.
B. L. BALLABD.
B. (J. BISHOP.
L. D. BIRD
A. i. WOODWABD.
S. F. NUCKOLLS.
CHAS. F. HOLLY.
JIarch 25th, 1S57.
T7. A. AirZEMAN, ' -
BPYXVILLE, X. T.'
NXOUNCES to the cithtensof Brownville and
j. vicinitv. that he has received and now opened
a general assortment of well selected groceries of al
kinds, together with confcotiouariejsof every variety
Cool focu water, oysters, Irsia truits, axn at
ways on hand. .
A shire of patronage is resje!tJ'ully solicited:
W A ALDEBMAN.
Brownville, July 23-'57-v2n6-ly.
IJemalia Valley Bank
"DILLS will in future be rtdeeaicd at the counter
Jj in Brownville, Nebrisk-i, ia-coin or exchange
and at the followmj pbices, taeurrenry or exchange
atcurrcnt rates. . " - '
K. J. Tiukham.A Co-, Bankers, Chicago ';-' '
J no. J. Anderson, A Co., Bankers, St. Louie
Wa'ren County Bank. Monmouth, Illinois.
T. L. ilackoy, A Co, Bankers, Galesburg, Ills
T. L. AIAClvU 1 , rres t.
Brownville, J uly 2S-'57-v2e.6.
THE NOIAIIA YAIiLEY BANK,
Buys and sells oxchange, rect ives deposits, makes
Elections, and attenis to all tn?mes connected
with legitimate Banking, and TviU be prcrartd to
extend BeAsonable facilities tr depositors. Interest
allowed on time deposits.
Jclv;i-57-v2c5, '.' - i .i-
. 2r7News, Jiobraska City.Tirios. Omahn Banrrer
Boukport, Mo, and Buglcv Council Bluffs, copy th.rto
mouths and send bill to this oOico. ...
offer to the rsublic, wo are confident, the
largest and best sale tod stock. of Groceries
evtroJTered in this market: "
Ilhds Sugar, 50 Racks Coffee,
125 SacliS Fbiur, . ; Tierces Bice,
I'.O Bbls Molasses, 15 Boxes Star Candles,
20 Boxes Soap. . ' 153 Sacks Salt,
15 Bbb. Cider Vinirer, 151) bids Sflt.,, ,
l.T. W1IYTEA 00.
1 AI1EGS NAILS, just received, and fbr UJ
1. T. WUYTE A CO.
OOTS and SHOES A Trcraendous SUck, just
received, openea,and lor sale, bv
LT.WHYTE A CO.
7 tr PINE DOOliS, Por sale, liY
lO " .-LT.WHYTE ft CO.
PBrSEBrED .FRUITS; Sttawberries, Teaches,
Whortleberries Ac , Ac. to bchsH at
I 1. T.WUTEACTS
; j. .t. , cor.
vXTFOBD & HOEH."
WHOLESALE AKD LET AIL
- - -, . . Iteaicrz in ,- -. -
t - GROCERIES,
HAPtD Yf ARE, . QOTlS WARE,
Kails, Stoves, Flows, Fnrnitrrciclc.,'
. . SOXOHA, 310.
April 9th, 1657. ' -
lbs. of XJacon, For jialc, cheap far
LYFOUD A IIOIiN.
A OfV, ISl f- If
'" : A. C. BEYAK, .......
: OLKGOX. HOLT CO., MO. .
JI A K U FA CTOItY ' .
WILLIAM T..DEK, .
i.i&i tu A.f LLhi rctumsi Lis sincere
thanks to the citizens of Brorrnvilic and
snrrout-ding country for their iibctal luit-
ror.age extended him since he commenced operating
m the above line and place, and he woul say to his
old and new customers who wisb to continue their
patronage, that he has just retained from St. Louis
with a largo stccu cf the test quahtv of Leather,
selected under hu ow inspection. The quality of
materials, styla .f worK to be had at the above estao-
ment cannot te surpassed West of St. Louis.
Brownville, Jan. 3rd, 2cw7. - 51-tf
O. T. LAKE,
LAKE & BOOYEB,
M ITATB Mil,
Brownville and Nemaha City,
WILL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Faying
taxai, Drawing monev. bnvinj and seilin?
Bcal-EstAie, buvin-r and scllin?- on Commission,
Making Collections for distant dealers, and all kinds
business pertaining to their profession.
Particular attentoin will be given in filing dcclara
tory statements -to pre-empt and procuring "War
ranty p3edafrom the Town authorities.
1 ersons owning TOU'K lots, residing at a distance
wishing to proeare Warranty Deeds will do well to
place the ajrencT in our hands. Y alw a itresentinir
their Quit claim DcitLs for snid Lot t ' ithin the ex
piration of six inewChs, as after that time all loti not
Deeded will b; sold.
Blanks alwnys on band. --
N. B.'.'Lr-ttors of inqnirv answered rrornptlj.
March 23, 57. " . . -il-ly
Oregoti, Holt County Jtlissouri,
:.' CHEMICALS ? :
Dye-Woods, and DyestufFs,
Oils, Paints, and Painter's Articles; '
Varnishes, AYindow-glass and Putty,
French, Jinglish, and American rerf'umery.
FIXE tiilet and shaving soaps, fine hair and
tooth brushes, paintbrushes, surgical and dent
al instruments, spices, snuHj, tuanufacturcd
i-oaccoj an thj patent medicines ol tne day; pure
wines ana Dianaies, ior medical purposes; cnoice
toilet and fancy articles, etc.. etc.
AGEN1 FOR 1EE SALE OF
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
Roger's Liverwort, Tar and Cunt halagua.
OsgKd's India Cholngogue, '
Jones American Cholagngue;
UnysottV Yellow dock and Sar?iparilla;
Smith rs Tonic Syrup.
HEW FEEEY. ,:
Across The Shute
.jit Jhc Head of the.. Island
To "W..S. Hall & Co.'s Sew Mill.
TIIE under ?i"rned announces to the Public that he
has purchased the Ferry privilege granted Jack
son Peters, at the la3t cession of tho Legislature,
and is now prepared with a new and substantial boat,
at all times to accommodate the jmblic. Charges
usual rates. .
June 11th, 1S57. 33-3m
DILLON, THOMPSON & CO.
Lare Frame Boudirs Cor. Main a Rock Sts.
- ' LOCK FORI, MO.
' Wholesale and Betail Defers ' ;
Hardware, Queensware, Drugs, Ilats, Caps,
Bont5, Shoes, Tinware, Stoves,
Euruiture, Iron, Nails, Plows, -and
"r7ILL have, on the opening of navigation, a
V lnrge and varied accession to their present
Stock, whith will be sold how for O-lho..-
Februarv 12th. 1S57. . - 35-tf
BARGAINS!!! BARGAIXS!:i ;
Boots and: Shoes!
F von want
Boots and Shoes of a good quallity
and Cheap; go to
. . J.: R. DAVIS,
Where will be found the most extensive stock
ever opened in this market.
Brownville, June 13th,1353
CEO. IV LTJCKIIARDT,
-,"ir 1 ffoweller,
OREGON. HOLT COUNTY, MO.
rpAKES the liberty to inform tho citizens of
JL BrownFille and vicinity, that ho has opened a
WATCH, rCLOCK A JEWELRY STORE
In Oregon.llolt county, Mo., whero he will keep con
stantlv on. li'mi. and for sale, a good assortment of
Gold and Silrcr Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which
ho will sell ertrcmelv low, for CAtH. Also, a fino
lot of Violins. Accordeons, Silver, and Plated Srec
tiwles, Gcld Pens with Gold and SJver extension
cases, Silver Thimbles, Ac. Ac.
Dels pre-rarcd toTcpair Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry, of evcrr description, in the best manner and
on the most reasonable terms.
Every article bought in his estaMi.'hment, is war
ranted to be whatit is represented to be. Watch re-
pstring warranted fur one year.
July25, ISjB,vI,-nSti ... ... , .
DOWDALL, KASEHAH & CO
Engine-, nnI Machine hhop,
CORXJUl CT 6ECOVl ARB 3IOROAM STREETS, "
ST. LOUIS, 110.
Mstmfsj-tBMT ftf KrMm Vnci-nes ari Ufilln. Kiw nt
1 finst "Hill Mnnerr, Sintrle and Docole Circular Sw
Mills, Totcro Screw ana Prefse Kettles. Lard
Screws awt Cvlinders, Wuvl Carding SIitriiineE SaiLdiOK
JU-ACjAirrj for tne salevl Jamcj ∋u & Co.'s S
Tenor iliduue Hards.
Ajtoiw and sinirulailv successful remedy for:ln
cure of all Bilious diseases 'Costiveness, Indi
restion, Janndice, Dropsy, Bherimatism, Fever
ikwt, Ilumors, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflamnia
iions, Headache, i'ains in the Breast, Side, Back,
and limbs. Female Complaints Ac Ac Indeed,
very few are the diseases in which a Purgative Medi
cine is not more or less required, and much sick
Hess and suffering might be prevented, if a harm
ks -but e See teal Cathartic were more freely used.
No person can feel well while a costive habit of
body prevails ; 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 is alike 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 jdl over the land. Hence a
reliable family physic is of the first importance to
the public health, and this Pill has been perfected
with consummate ekUl to meet that demand. An
extensive trial of its virtues by Physicians, Profes
sors, and Patients, has shown results aurp&ssing
any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures
have been effected beyond belief, were they not sub
stantiated by persons of such exalted position and
character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Among the many eminent gentlemen who have
testified in favor of these Pills, we may mention :
Prof. J. M. Locks, Analytical Chemist, of Cin
cinnati, whose high professional character is en
Joh McLean, Judge of the Supreme Court of
the United States ' ' .
Thos. -Coxtwrs, Secretary of the Treasury.
Hon. J. M. Wright, Governor of Indiana:
- N. Loxgworth, great wine grower of the Wesf.
' Also, Dn. J. JL Chilton, Practical Chemist, of
New York City, endorsed by
Hos. W. L.' Masct, Secretary of State.
' , Wm. B. Astor, the richest man in America.
; S. Leland & Co., Propr's of the Metropolitan
Hotel, and many others.
Did space permit, we could give manv hundred
eertificates, 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 effects upon trial.
These Pills, the result of long investigation and
Btudy, are offered to the public as the best and
mcst complete which the present state of medical
science can afford. They are compounded not of
the drugs 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 efficient remedy taan had hitherto been ob
tained by any process. The reason is perfectly ob
vious. While y the old mode of composition, every
medicine is burdened with more or less of acri
monious and injurious qualities, by this each indi
vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative
effect is present. . All the inert and obnoxious qual
ities of each substance employed are left behind, the
curative virtues only being retained. Hence it is
self-evident tjje effects should prove, as they have
proved, more purely remedial, and the Pills a surer,
more powerful antidote to disease than any other
medicme known to the world.
. As it is frequently expedient that my medicine
should be taken under the counsel of an attending
Physician, and as he could not properly judsre of a
remedy without knowing its composition, i have
supplied the accurate Formulee by which both my
Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of
Practitioners in the "United S rates and British Amer
ican Provinces. If, LoweTerthere should be any
one who has not received them, they, will be
promptly forwarded by mail to his request.
Of all the Patent Medicines that are offered, how
few would be taken if their composition was known !
Their life consists in their mystery. . I have no
mysteries. . .
The composition cf my preparations is 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 be a wonderful
medicine before its effects were known. Many em
inent Physicians have declared the same thing of
my Pills, and even more confidently, and are will
ing to certify that their anticipations were more
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 the 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, tney are pleasant to take,
and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from
their use in anv quantity.
For minute directions,, see wrapper on the Box.
TR ErAEEIr BY
DR. JAMES C. AVER,
Practical aniLAnalyticnl Chemist,
Price 25 Cents per Box. . Five Boxes for SL
, SOLD BY
J. H. MAUN, A CO., Brownville.
Bernard, AdatnsA Co SL Louis,
And ail Imjtnt? in the Lc:tcd State3.
June 25th, 16i7. v2
J, B. JENITIKG3
DEALERS IN COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Comer Id, ani F-ances sts., Si. Jusnfi, 2Iu,
Agent Fcr The Sale 01
- Kanawha Salt &. Fields Celebrated qjs1er3.
TAELS nlexsare in announcing to-the titrzensof "iv
braska and k-ansas Territories, Mutiiern low and n.uti
era aiHsonri, t.i.it he is nr.w receiving his usua:iy la-e
and complete stuct of Groceries consitirrs .f pvpt ar:i-
clebcliis-'inc to the line, which Le will seil EXCLI'SIVK
LY AT WHOLESALE, on as favorable terms as any h-jure
in the c;t.
He is also a?ent for tbe sale cf Kanawha salCalarce
lot of which is now on hand and f:r bale at reJoced price
to close oonFianmcnt.
lie win he regularly in receipt throusbout the season
o; Field's Celebrated Cove Oyster direct fr..m liluuiore
which wili he (". Id at St. L")!is trices. Thc-v are s'i.eri,
to any r.ysterj so'.d in the West, aid every cii: rrarrautcd.
Orders repe"tfiilly n..liciird a:id pr?s-,i;t!y attertlc? to.
St. Joseph, August 2, 1S57. " v2:;!ylv
FLOUR 500 bbls and 1CC0 tks, varinn grades and
brands, fresh ground, in store and for sale by
SALT 1CO0 Lbls Ka and 1000 sks Ga salt for s.1le bv
J. B. JENNINGS.
CEMLXT 100 bl Is for sale oncociin-
" J. E. JENNINGS. '
OYSTERS COO hoi Field's Celebrated Cove Oysters
- - - - J. B. JENNINGS.
SARDINES 5 cases 1-4 -and 1-2 boxes Sardines Id
sale by - . - . . . -
J. B. JENNINGS.
CRACKERS 300 . bbls and his Butter, S.da, liilk
Sugar, Picnic, and Boston cr.cters for snle bv
J. L. JENNINGS.
CLARET WINE 50 d z claret a good article in store
and for sale by
. J. B. JENNINGS.
LONDON PORTE AND SCOTCH A LE 30 casks pint
warranted genuine, iu eixre and for sale by
J. B. JENNINGS.
CnEESE 60 bxs fresa E DCrie5 for snle by
J. B. JENNINGS.
SUNDRIES IirlfTp t!ts,bfs and s.'ils: tomaiees in enns
frefiiiv:s Peadres; Preserves assorted; Piefrnits; L.l
sters; Brandies; Uean; Tomato catsui': Walr.ntdi-: Pi'tt
per sauce; handles Biked herrinc; Jaackcral, tod.-h,
&.c, 4.2. , Sap, in store and f"r sale b
. J. B. JENNINGS.
nOADLT 4. MUTE, '
Wlioe new Steam -Mill ha jmt irone into operation in
the Prairie Forrest oppckiic Brownville, are now prepar
ed to famish tbe pulilic with every dcf irable variety of
lnmtier, on short notice and reasonable terms. There
beinjr an .cnusual amonnt of Lard wood timber in tho
vicinity, we are preparied to piy particular attenti.-.n to
fil tins np orders for Qa'x and Walnut lumber. In b'uort
evervthing neeied tn tiiis country can be found at thia
Mill. HOADLY 4. 1IUIR.
September id, 1537, . viulii-tf
TO THE PUBLIC-
Onthe?6lh f January last, I conditionally contracted
to sell to Robert Hawk and 3. ti. Ateivin a part of the
land known as Ncal's Psint. Said contract ha been for
feited by the failure U said Havj and iteiviato c.ji;:ilr
with the conditions oa their part. 1 therefor, take this
metliod of warning r'he pablii not to purchase siccSc in
taid land or in a town called Alamo, hicli 1 undi.-i8t.tnd
isabo-ttobe laid out on said tract, trrin ary periou.
I am the sol itwrerif faid laud, and will raaxe to rlrs
upon Mies ty eitheT cl tie ab-rve namcii ccutlemeu. 1
further state that al'.avasa I have the luihiiu reuin U.e
amount they paid me as . forfeiture, 1 am not li posed to do
64, and txw notify all jiertoos concemf-d that 1 am ready
and willmc to refund to Messrs Hawk and llelviu the
amount they pai4 me on said canlitionl purchase.
AusnstlSth.lOT. L'-'l'IS NIAL.
C I THOMPSON.
la 'im CaMIUMntMuMMUtHMj
1 ST. LOUIS, 213.
m r.avc m store tais tan
. fan. . J
Amr,r which nisy lie
s INDIANA CLOTHS,
- satinetts, t
- D.:r Stock cf
i .i .
f -j .;-v -
... - ;i
"Will cnabra;c a'l the Latest Stales nxd
Our ... -White .Goods Mooiix
. WUl ice died irith a Very Choke Selection of evervthirg undtr'thiit .
. . Head. We will also keep a complete line cf t
cxis itiicd es crs gz ias stij ;
Yhich we will ofTertothe trade upon i term?, as Louses ezc'csively in Ihxt luaiire:..
LIN SE YES,
IVill le found as c-Tmpkl! as avy in this mark:!.
theie gwii at very clot-e prtl.U aul desire UicU thu at:ca-.l?n of all CaMI ct p:vxifH
v2S3: IX CAS, 1H0T3CS & CM.
We are deterrx.iued to cC
.Heal-Estato For Sale.
I HAVE FOIl SALE asd will sell at a bargain ir a; pli
cation le niacin uun :
16u Acres of entered land part timber p:vribot torn prairie
within ue and one half miles or Br iwnvtHe.
ICO Acres entered ind, same discrii.ti.;!! a above. 40
acres under cultivation, gix,d uou.? aal Uira, aujiu"
iiu the City of Urown ville.
SO Acresof exrelleiit botUiui prairie land entered, and
wlihin two miles of Brownville.
55 Acres he.ivy Umbered bottom land adjoining Briwrp.
ville will he sold cheaji for cash.
fiO Choice 1( ti in South Brownville.
2ft Iits in t!ie City of Bi-ownville.
2 fchares in the town of Wvomin?.
E. W. JXUXAS, Eeal-Eataie A'ft. '
JlrwWTivule, H. T.
Acs. th, 1S77.
23 hn?k Jr.ittrasaes just received at the store of
AU2.-6, 1&7. . rib) 1. T. WUTTS.
PORTER'S SPIRIT OF THE TIMES.
General Purchasing: Arency.
TKR ontantlT increasintj demand upon ns to execute
commissions lor the purcbaveul all k!txiof articles, both
for residents and iion-ret-iiients-jl the city, haaiuiioced
us to estaliiun, in cuuiie'cUiic with our ncwop.ipcr eutc-r-
under the ininicliatentupervision of one of our firm, as
sisted by the most accomplished expert, for supplying
arifj article in tne tcoriii.
Particular attention win tcpaia totae so.ection, pur
chase, and sale of th'jrouU-brvd Cattle and Horse Sio L,
trai:ieil Djps, Ferrets, and fancy Fov.'li, Carriage, Bn ,
and Saddle Hortes, Carriages, Harness and Saddlef, Time
A'atches, every description of Fire Arms. Sporting Arti
cles, Fishing Kwls and Tackle, Mcsic and ilusical lustru-
ment, Yachts, Sail and R .w Bats. rurnitare, fine Wines,
Liqror. and Sizars; Cricket and Ball lUts. l'ndu, tut., fcc.
AGRTcrLTXRAi. IMPLEMENTS, of the latest and most
improved biiuls ; Seeds, VlunU, Fruit, Forest aud Shade
trees, and ali kinds of Bih.ks treating ou bul.-jects ct ita
portac.ee tb the Farmer, ir..riirult:irist, and Florist. -
STA.TE Rooms Fnoageh niaJvaare, on Sicameri awl
Packet to leave for Europe. (Jalifornia, the Wet Indies,
or any part uf the world. This will nbviale the iecessi?y
t.jreM!eou"f inlarnl tnwns. and plarc where n steamer
a?en-ics exist, or odninp to New York two or three weeks
in advance as they are xunr frequently required to do
either to oht iin passage, or to secure eligible accommoda
tions. In this department, we will be ready o secure
Rooxs at noTELS at favorable rates, ho as to protect
the stranger -from imposition as well a, inconvenience ;
and, iathort, to perform any dehtritKin of jmniision
that would ordinarily require the presence ot the party
(rontlemen who desire to form Libraries, or who may
wi.-di to procure the Choice Literature of the day, can
always rely upon cur judgement and in!ett'.on. AUo,
Biank biK.iand Staticncrj', and Uuofc and N ew. Paper,
L)r printers. -
FOR TOE LADIES, we will procure the latest Fashion
riatef, styles of B .nnets, samples of the newest varie
ties tf fkh1s, cosmerics, perfumes, an1 fanry articles, and
we shall always bo pleased tofurnish everythia; connect
ed with thair wants.
In rtiort, foT any service which may be required, the
public may rely npon us, with tiie most perfect contlaenctf
lor ndelitv. and diipatch. Apply to
GEO. W. WILKES 4. CO..
Porter's Spirit of the Times, 3IS Broadway, Y.
N. B. Subscriptions for Porter's Spirit of the Times,
a Sporting LitCrars, A?rcnltnra!, Family Weekly News
piper, may be forwarded to the same direction. Terms,
$3 a year. .
eistillzd f?.c:j coal,
;SHCURE1 EY LETTERS PATENT.)
KeiS?exe iLLCiTiXATlNG Oil. The light obtain
cl from this Oil exceeds in brilliancy tint of any
other oil or fluid heretofore diwvered; is ineiylo
iv?, nnd wi.l remain limped in the very coldest
The Company recommend a? the lamps Lest adopt
ed to this Ooil the Kerosene Lamps, manufactured
by the following parties: Messrs. Cornelius A B iker,
aiso, Dyott, of lliikuldphia, E. V. Ilftujrhwcut A
Co.. 4S Broadway, the 15rnokfyu Flint Glass Co.,
No. 71? Broad Street, Messrs. Diets A. Co B53 Wil
liam Street, L. Mcrcier 137 Elm Street, N. Y.
Samoles of dilTorcnt styles of Lamps can be seen at
the G?Ve of the ComjMiny.
KEr.ot'EXE Ll'BnrCATi.V'j Vu o. I. I rcj-arcu to
snit the fnest, and all ether kinds cf ll.ichinery
burus brilli mtv in Locomotive Head Lights, Car
LamT s, and all iht orJii r.ry Solar and Il-md Lwnjr,
ar.;l stands us rroa a dree of cold as best Snn
O i!, and is admirably adapted to cad and Steam
Keuosexe LrEUiCATixu Oils, No. 2. 3. Superior
Lubri 'itor5. and will be found toposs.2.-j advantocs
over any Oils in the market at same price will not
burn sud has been thus prepared to iccct tho rc
qn :remcnts of Bailroads an 1 others.
Kekcsexe Bixxacli: Oil. Prepared expressly
for Ships' ue, and win le found admirably adapted
for usa of Steamship, Men of War, Merchant Vi.-s-sels.
Lake an 1 Biver craft, and barns in all cabin
stateroom, binnacle, forecastle lamps, Eignal lan
Binnaelo Oil will remain fluid as l"nr as best
Sparm, and will burn aM uih: witfcr.ut requiring to
be trtrnm'"!, an advantage that will be obvious to
The Kero'cne 0:1s can be obtained frrm tT.e
Wholesale Oil Dealers. Sh:p Chncdiers. Druisrs,
and (irixrcrs in 2 cw Yoi k, aud the regularly a point
ed Agents of the Company n many of the principal
Towns and Vilue of tho Tniled States, the Caia
days. and the Ialand cf Cuba.
Local Agents appoint'e-d (in conformity wi;h th
ru'es'establi.-hcd by .the Board of Trustee?,) on ap
CtncraZ Amenta, Ktroten Oil, Co
. 2.0. 50 Beaver Street, N.Y.
T.B. Circulars with full particular?, testimonials,
price1, Ac, wii! be forwarded on application as above.
JuneJth, 1SS7. - t2 2-Iy
MILLTJGIIT & ENGINEER,
RROYNYILLE, N. T.
A3TN0UNCT: to the public, that he ii prepared
to erect Steam and Water Saw and Merchant
Mills at short otice and rea4nable terms. Repair
ing of machinery of all kinds.
ALL W0F.K "Y7AHRA.XTED.
He is also Agent for
A. B. IIOLLIBIRD A; COS.,
LEE & EEAYITT'S
Sav' all ann factory,
And are prpnrcd to receive and f.11 or Jcts for any raa-
camery uxinulaetured or kept ou Law, by ih: es-
' Letters cf enrr.i
N. T. Stcira Mill.
li. W, urn;!",- Brwnvi!Io,
Mair. Dsns A Co., "
DrlLmvcr, Nerrr.ha r if", 1
Y. M. llrr. ; I'awncc c:tv,
NucLvI'.s A Wh!ie, Kuckport, ZU.
James Li've, Lir.acn, .
A. B, HaBihvrl, Cinrianali, 0.
"L'rtwavHl:. Jur.e 1?,
a very sir
foar.il a cornjufto lin-; cf
B LANCETS. .
A" a, JLc
Kcwcrt Gixds cS'ere.i to tb
staples, . . ...
C'f .. .
JJ LJ -J-J is.
NEGRO OODS, SHIRTING STRUTS.
DILILLINCS: " TWLLlSv
APRON CHECKS, LAGGING, i;b
"TE ha-e just reccivodpcrStcamr 'Emoa.k ai
! Y entirely now ti.d largu aiortmea; Lt
SUFEUIOR GOODS, ' . '
Which wa will sell at as rea'ocobl- vricci '
as any eitablishnicnt in th Wrst,
cur mjt:o leins
LIVE AXl) LET LIVE.!'
Wo hhVt now in store a grxzi variety of lu f..l- .
l.iwin artit-l-'s, which wc puir-bustd for CASH uud
coui'.'.uent1y can sell cheap cn th? gduic Urnia:
DRY GOODS. -
HATS A3?D CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, ;.
Ready Hade Clctliing. . .
And a fine assortment of
Gingcri ' . . " .
. etc., etc. '
And a good artitle cf . " .
SmuLii:? aud Chcyrin? Tebncco.
It is a pleasure to us to show ff"ods, and. we .ml;
yoa to call round aiid lee for vt.unlves. .
I. t. WHVTi: A CD.''
June Otb, lr57. t2 1-! r
' , n -
S. Lockwoo.o, . 2.357. ' T-. I'oSurar.
L0CKW001) fI031Ei:6 .
Whole.'aTtf ainl lictailDealbrs'in .
Also, Injipcr.j of
American Furs ;n
every description; for wIiIcL tLej '
the Inchest .MurKctpriCO,
L.V CAM I. .
OI'NTiiY rert-hant arc invited to examin: ecr
.t vjk of II. its A Caps far the ay j riachin S Vior
and Sunitncr trr..b
: 1 1
an.l W'.n r:-.-! t.-a. lup.i'it (,i variety .r,r ku:i:.j4.i
not. b'-; c-'vlii.d by a't; lio'iwi in St. I;ui-'.
Our j ri.-es wi'.l lj t.;:n , a.'cc-tartrfviit in. "
CV11 an t seo m at our cr.' Sljr tjcconl St. -ft.
DR. J. L, McKEE, . .
BUOWN VILLE, N. T.
in the -tiob!.
May 11, 'C7.
J. Vt COLEIAN, .
INFORMS the public that bo has procured itj--'
of New Carriu-es Birdie?, etc., ffrrd an Au
Horses as arc to be found, and has opened a
LIVERY STABLE, "
Second Street between "?'atrf and Main,
Browin ille, N. T.
All peron wisliinj anylhinin his liua caa l'
accoumiodated at all hours. ,
C ALSO: ,
Ilursei aud Carrias bought an.l s-.ld.
.71 . -
Hon. Win.Jesaup, llor.troic, Ta.
B. S. Eently, -.
.L.Vn f ;'!
v m. i. :-.ni:nter,
Ch.irled 7. Foler,
Wm. F'TiTijon, BiTwnvi-'.i,
O. 1 Lt't?,
OH AH A CITV, N. T. .
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