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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1857)
The Legislature iuit elected ia Perm
svlrariia stands politically as fellows :
r""1-.. - a
jn advance. - - 9-w
rte end of 6 month. 2 at
'ad. ike xax!1 tbc uriier, not
ire i-Miiiocs cf New Type,
made to the Advr-
kf.,r.?. t jmb.
f f ! to tra ot J" Work in
ftne. Ttc proprietor beinj:
an-? lurtH? rn hi. employ an
;wre:ired FanO' Job Printer, i tie-
.:ir- iii toe cieciiut of Jub w u:k
1 of F.ier's Ulest improved Card
a "k-.. W'k m C lor $renze WorL.J.; will
'aillijix wiUbe proatptlr attended to,
tr. t .vt a;i.-rti or nj pay.
. Liiifertant X
ss. we are mrjrmed
v i.Jjr'lail. Messenger from the
. trr.c;i:t Train ea route for Salt Lake,
. f ,2-1 forney at Ft. Lear-enworth. passed
e. .lie rejrt5 seventy-three
at warrens destroyed by Mor-
Democratic majority on joint ballot, 3S.
Thfc result of the election in
foots up as fallows :
rarrott (R) -Ransom
Green Rircr, the grass all bura-
:t r c i . T 1
two nuiiuxeu mutts oi .?a.u aikc
. aa-haic, and Jones the Mail con-t:,-e-r
taken prisoner. -We will prob-
our next issue.
. r have
Xt .art only strenthened in former o-
rs;that su-Ji uavenrment tcrces as
u Sal: Lake, - will accomplish
To dean out the Mormons,
toer force is what will be re-
Vt Hiuha Valley Journal.
a t-tv lu-at zvA goxlly sized paper
.:ui-T the aV v.o till'3, Seymoue. Bllden,
F-htrsnl Frrietcr. The "Joar
.u:U from Nemaija. City in this
nil ci sucn
:::Z Xtb.raska town,
enerzv ana enterpnse
We doubt if
-oLe . ReeLTj.; of Washington township, ia
this crmnty, raided on Lis farm this season, a pamj -kin
which fur size and weight beats anyihLcjr in the
immpkin line that we erer beard of. Its larpefi
cirrnmference, fire feet two inches, itt fmallest, focr
feet ten inchea weight eighty pounds. There pre-
npon theMnce vine with it another which weighed
fifty pounds. Lkrjtou Empire.
Your pumpkins, Mr. Empire, are "one
horse' affairs, "We raised one in our own
4truck patch" which weighed 125 pounds.
We thought that -would beat "all narur;"
but before we had time to bras: about it in
print we -were shown one raised by Hon.
A. D. Jones, cf Omaha, which weighed
175 pounds. "We notice in the last JVetrs
that S. F. Nuckolls, Esq., of Nebraska
city, raised cne weighing- 197 pounds. Our
pumpkins are all from seed sent from the
Patent Otiice last spring, under the came
of "Fiesh Pumpkins."
E.IST Or LETTERS,
P.emaininf: iu Uie Pi t-!ce at Kemah:i City at the e:i
of ti e Ixt nuarier eadicz ieptnuier 3Utiir anil it bc t -kon.'ut
leJcrcthree bkhiUis, tet'ntlj the Dead Li
ter :2'-e :
BLO OMLNGTON, ILL.
Tb trxlerjixsed beg leave to Inform thi Szncii aien
tJ l'ars;ers t the West awl Sout.L-w est, thai they are
titen-siirelf enpiaedin the propationof .
KOJT, GiiAJrTED AI blDDKD STCKTSS rOit
eTdaHy the APPLE, and a trw tier tarir Fniifs.
llxinz rrnr.t near r entj yeirs in fcelectins their
Froiu, UieyiTe B-weofiviaceUtUii; tieir Ur, is ex nnras-
e-I,fc.ih in rcpai-fi to Uw ;a!itr and the prvptrtiont in
wnrenineretaurue. aeisgxer? tie-irotuof dUsetnir
Unpthrcias'riderT asjuftjibie, tiiej Joptthe BieifrKlU
senlitt cot s nail, caHiatei iui3 f,tr the Nnrsery, a
beias far more practicable and safe, than to incur the ? reat
expense, del iy aal rUt of tLipping larse trees, wtich
Fhoal-i alway te raiil near sue re tiej' are wacteJ.
FrwrCtheir knp esperieace tier natter tlnnaselres tht
they re perfectly acquaintci wiUi the above busiiiess,
and U.ey graft only tuch hanry ariett!s as succeed well
on llu? rtot, aadbua,c.n e&liis stock, aral the mositJe-
ainibl e, teailr an! hal? bardv tirls. Ihe raf tiug will I
ne at the rnTperei!, aitj i the iiest raanaer. Tie
ux:t will fc packfJ seoirety and ihi;pud by eiprea-wiUi
the preilestareinearjy tpriag, ttan-- pait of the West.
Tacy luive ai, on haud, the largest ami txftcrcp 01
UACLURA HEDGE PLANTS .
erer p-nrim. fur stle oa be it trrmt, hy the taonsand or
tiil Ik. TheymaT be thipped ia the Full mc SjjrimtJ
Their prices forSttrsery stock will be Imutd as Uw a any
otkeror rtrsaJ qtMlity ia the I nion. CitalogiieaalTreai
ie on ii"ijre OiiUure, sent sraiii tll a;iJiicant3.
Patrctiase fcwlicited. Order tr Xarscrv BtocJt should
be Bent irivjr to 15Ui t Peceailer.
Oct. 15, fffT-clS I.louarin?ion, 111.
Porlcrs Spirit or tlic Tiiaes.
General Trrrchasins; Agency.
THE constant :y hicreaslasdemsnvJbcpon tu to execute
coraiuis.-iiin tat the jmrchasef all kinds cf articles, both
for rekuients and imn-residents of the city, ha induced
ns to enUbUsa, in t mnection with ear newspi-ter taier-
prise, a ' . '
naJer the immedhite sBperruaon ci coc of onr lim, as-
butedby the iu.st lice iplislie. cxperw, jqt tjf:ymj
any article in the rorld.
J'articuUt aiivBLion ill be paw to UiO ee.eii jn, pnr-
chae, and aaie of UKTonsh-bred Cattle and Iiorte Stock,
traiued Doss,Ferre!and trnry Fwli, Carn?(, BagKy.
amt Saddle Horses, Carriages, lirness and Sa!dtef, Time
Vatch. every deMxintUrfi ol Fire Arms, Spurting Arti
cles, Fillip E-xli ajKl Tact!a. SQ.sic andJiasCariastm-
mect, Yachts,! nd B-jw Boats. Fumusro, Ca Wines,
I inm arul Ci.m -v4na. . w .1 a ill KtU -j 1 1 - i- 1
Jlcaicci.TrEALlXLEMim,cl lie Utest una most v
aafa v aoiivu tKru. Jt UUMi 4 - wa v u J UJUg
Eagle Mills. '
bT. JOSEPH, MO.
JAMES CA RG ILL Proprietor.
MANUFACTURES aad kecpj constantly
oa Land fcr sale, all kinds of Flour 3IeaU
and Feed tufii. Orders solicited and promptly filled
cn moct favorable terms. Cash. aid comtantlr for
Wheat. For character of Flour rufer to eTerybodj
taat ever used it.
St. Joseph, ilaAng. 30, 18 36. vlnlJ-ly
a journal I ArmentT GeTe W
i lv.-aanh Jao'b
r town iu Nebraska of the
:i ana corital which evinces
This last spring
"T three bouses
were in the place;
Zjc resklea'.'C cl
f wi.ich are fine brick buildings.
Dr. Jeeome Hcover,
town, now nearly ccin-
the finest in the
four or five good
larrre hotels, and
ranches cf me
.:is::i,'U to her lis
ti.-:... d lawyer, a
Vctinney A I lord Z
ilnrdock Rev A D
Orchard Andrew B.
Patch Frolrick 2
"W" at son U H
W.lsw,.rth J it
Wooi vcrtm James L
When rvfirvn call fr any of the above letter they wi.l
please My "advertised."
The Missouri Republican:
PUBLISHED DAILY, TEI-WEEtlV AXD tftHLT,
, H-yiev JvhnH 2
t ("a-eiiotn JoUna
j Calwtll II S
I -..Uy Pr WllUarn
I KiiisJuhn 2
H ashes J ocpb ine
Hauler W U" 3
ll.ill Aar.n A 2
es a valuable
spirited writer, and
JOHI KX AFP,
OIIIcc Jo, II Chcstaat Street.
Fel J'n. ."We wih you,
' rr ? r alu:-. htrt 'sue-
I y . "' j v J. a d r' w t r ' 5 i:vverLc
S... . U-Jil. Ai.tiC
cr. te abundantly supplied with "small
. ... !
Paily ("in advance)
TT--eek!y, (uj advance)
TTert'y (ia advacce) -Ssxdjy
CASn E.ATES FOE ADTIZITISEsG
ONE SQUARE, cicht lines or less,
" " three tiroes itliont altCTaUoo,
, ' oiieweek " "
" twowvtr. "-..?. .i.m-'-
' .? e ni.ir, : " .
' " t :.i , "
- 2 CO
Take-J cp. liy Dartd IfoClnre of Jchapon isocnty, K. T.;
on the 13d cayof June. 157, vne hpht bay Dre. ?isn 44
harness onrrks, hat mtd oreielit ytarsofetand (ixteea
and a catt haUin heisbt. jppraiedat taiaety dullan,
before Jame lUshp, J. P.
Qct.l, 'j: C. A. nOSnES'yoiinty Clerk.
Taken tit), by W. J. Creirerof whaH)n cotaity, X-T.
on the 26th da.r or An?us.t, 1S57, one mare mulej branded
on the iliouIJer and Lip with tfcelette-a, U.S. Apprais
ed at fifty dollars. Also, one b'rr ainle, branded the
ha roe as aforesaid. Arrr:ised at fifty d.Jlarg, before J.
W. Sayre, J. P. C. A. OOlsiinO, Cocnty Clerk.
Oct. 15, '57 . ;
ST. GEORGE TOWN CO.
EROWTTTlIXr, X. T.
Oct, 1st, '67.
On rr.r.tipn trie fallon-in? Rel!iors wtre ailopttd at
a realar meetitiftof the Company held tais day:
Ktatntil, That the of 2 on eaA sliare be not is
hereby levied fur the purpose of eatering the Xownite
and imprviu; tho
trees, and ail kirkls cf Bocks treatixr? on snhjecof ini-
poium e to ting Fanner, HoTtictirtrrirt, and r-'jcmst. -
state Koosts Enoaoxh fa idvaitce, on y.?uurs ami
rackets to teave fr Europe, California, the Ti'esr, Irjdiys,
or ac.y part of the.wcrld. Thii willcbviate tb- iiecessity
to residents of iui.iiid Ljwru. and i'i'" where no ct earner
a?etici exit, of ouiutufr to New Ywk twa cr thnre weckj
in arvance tiny, are a freiiuint'f retjuirwi by do
eilhiir to obtain MBire, itotcare eligible aa. tacKjda
tianfl. ' la thl dfjiartiaeue. w wtllbeready t5Lare
Hoois at Hotels at favorable rate, bo a to protect
the s tranter Jtovn !.mpiUn aswell as iat-irvtsueace !
anil, in short, to lerform any description of cuouuiBeiou
that w mid ordinarily rectiire.lhe presence of the party
himself. . .
Gentlemen wtK-'ftesire to firm libraries, frirhoiaay
wi:h ti procure th Choice Liieratmre of tie day, can
aiways rely spoa onr judgement aua aeiectua. Also,
Blank boocs and btaUuneo . and 2oui and twj Paper.
TO?. THE LADIES, wc will rroenre tie labhit Fashion
Pliitef. sryies of lVmncts. samples of the nrret vane-
tie of e.ijd3.c,iietiej, perfames, and fancy artk-les, ami
we stall always bir pleased to furnish everytiiia; connect.
ed wub tfcerr want.
lufburt, lor any service which may be reiuirel, the
public may rely tijHin ta, with the most perfect. OLtaaence
for fidelity, and di;i.atch. Apply to
bEi). n. at ;.,
P-wter's Spirit oi the Times. 348 Broatiw.iy, X. T.
;-Xe B. Suba-ii)ti.n for Porter' S'Int of th T.tnes,
adiKrtinslierar. Asricnitaral, Fauuiy Weekly Xew
rayer, Biy Ue fvraarded to the saaie direcxica. Ternu,
$3 a year.. , . --. .
Pioneer of Xebrata.
AtXlAWDta II ALLAH,
Eate Cah'r Nenuki Valley Bk
atil voi and vowr "letter half rest
'.i-iy durir.g the howling of Nebraska's
'wintrv winds7'-' beneath- a safSciencr of
.is.a anu sneets. . . . -
Head the new. auvertise
r.ts in tc-dny"s paper.
The steam ferry d jes its own ''pufang, '
se?d. 17, isr;
C. C O
entiv we nevvin t sav a word.
Co., successors to
advertise a very de-
I). A. "Coo: r as
ML fak Co.,
r-sl -list rc - 'r) jo V
f: ... .i,;r . ' 1 J
t.::.ir- fcr you.
Tiierrcv Iaesh will serve you ac
: r Ji to tie'latest touch."
J- C. IlrrrMA. cf the Scott city steam
iZ Lis fine hi cf Lmber for sale. He
Kiaufa;tarcs' sawed lath, which we
p-1 wiii reduce- former prices of that
'-.e kdow S10 p-?r thousand.
Lanweck ia speaking cf Capt. Whyte's
'r.:r.h;use, we inadvertantly called
new t-:wn - Alamo:" It should have
- "AfTIXVALL."' -
-T3rR.ri3 -otiricg the ccurts last
E. S. DUNDY,
ARCHER, RICHAHDSOX CO. X. T.
WILL practice in the pereral Conrts of the il Jcdicial
District, and attend to all matters concerted with the
Prfc-si-'n. Wm. ilclxsxAH, Esq., of Nebraska City,
viil a-si.-t me ia the prutecution if important S lits.
Sept. 10, 57-ll-tf
BOOTS and SII0ES A Tremendous Stock, jail
received, opened, and for sale, br
I. T. WITTTE Jfc CO.
- FErE COOIiS, For eale,by
O I. T. WiliTE 4 CO.
PRESERVED FRUTTS; Strawberries, Peaches,
Whortltberrics , Ac., to be had at
I. T. WIIYTE & CO'S.
Ileinalia Valley Bank.
BILLS will in futnre be redeemed at the eountcr
in Erownvllle, Nebraska, in coin or exchanrt;
and at the following places, ineorreney orexthaaje,
at current rate?.
E.J. Tinkham.i Co Banker?, Chicago.
- Jno. J. Anderson, A Co., Bankers, !st. Lonif.
Wa County Bank, Monmouth, TJiinois.
T. L. MackcyA Co Bankers. GHilesburg, His.
EnvnmUe, July 23-'57-t2e6.
ILesotccd, Shouid LLe ae.ru?it, levieJ by the fore-
f'AUg rea)lvti)n ftil y be paid int the Treasury of suit
Compaay on or ler.re the expiration of 30 days from this
date, e:h phareso failing stall be declared forfeited, and
revert back tot he Cor;pacT.
Resolved., Tlnit the Secretary or thw meetinjr is hereby
instructed to ha-, e the proceeding nt these two xueeungs
publisl.ed in the Xebraska AdvertiieT for four consecu
tive weeks. R.J. WHITXE1", Pres't.
It. W. Furs as, Sec'y.
To the Public.
I FOaEWAKJv" all persons from biyini any lots, or
erecting any buildings in the town of "SAX FK VX CIS
CO." Said town Lud oat eu my claim, which was
jumped by Mr. Ritter, and I by this rotiee make pnbiic
my int-nuu n of contesting her right to tie same, before
the co. ted States Ctmuntnissioner.
r3 Nebraskian and SL SoseuU Gazette copy 1 itonth.
Send Bill to this Ofiice
Sept. 10, '5--H-lm 'UILLIAir ED' SLOAX.
PBSTE LTJItlBER ! i !
fTlIIE nitdersi'rned re?peetfullT inform the citizen;
A. ef BniwnTille, and Nemaha and rarrrtrndiTi5
counties tliat we now hare in eperntion a line
Lumber Yard sto Brownville, where we keep for
rala welt selected stock t.f Pica Lumber from 14 tc
3 inches. Also, Iine Sidinr Ayorkcd Iloorins-, line
Shingles and 1'ine Lath, all of which w e Till sell at
FOB CASH OirLX.
ii. JJUOTyX A C..
ErownvilLe, June 24th, 1SS7. . t2-j
To the Land Qfietrtin the Territories of Minnesota,
Kanxtts ana xeoratKa:
v"j:;ii.t-r.liim m r rtw, nrTrt 3d aiitr;
' I t-ttid lr psi"'. cliiiBis. iii th! I6Uiand 3S:.b, iseo-
!;-:-- .!'. -ii re reerrei for tdiuola, .fo tae Territ'es
wf li rr-rtl.- atasas, aJ XebRuka..iriU t recnRnaf-d
tr.i 'Ti.t.;t Lfmnt im "J n"e yrntr tit
j v,. i x ,-; c-c tae ar-pTia liat of arrrrer sas
au. be'Ki letnj-faivi. lie- lljri.;ov Htaiemat. m al
be f.iel irirtin three months after tie receipt of tuck
apvrovvti rial at ine umnci Vjfice.
3d, Wlier the Plat ts now in the Register's Office, the
Declaration mast be tiled, within three mnths from the
first pt.bticatk.n of this Circular ia your Land District.
A failure to compsy with this reKjiurvmcnts, will work
a forfeiture o the ciairn.
JOS. S. WILS0X,
OUS attention will be gien to Uie fullawit "business
To UiC bnying of Bms notes, and loanins tnney, on
" " and bcI ling of F.astern Exchange.
" " " " Land Warrants,
" edlectitnoi drats ia Xebraska, Iowa, 2orUicni
' iiisouri. and ktansaa.
" bnyirjg a-vl selling of arm, town lota, or unim-
" telectiuo and entry ef Lands for settlors or
others, ciiiier with land warrants or jaoaty. .
Remittances caa. be maile to us in Drafts, r Ieioited
with Eaidts or Baaiers subject to our orJer.
AVe will enter laiiils with Warrants or Cash, tav all fees!
taxes and earn mist ions for one-third cf the rtlTcats,
aorruin? from the Kile f the lands.
In Xebraska and Kansas from two to three millions
acrei of the finest lands in the Union are beintf oifered for
- ioreirn capitalists will find here a rich tie Ul for ia-
vestuient. Iavestments jndicionsly made in Western
lands and town loU are now paying from fifty to live hun
We solicit Ihe patronage of the pnbiic, enrfiJ?nt that
:nr esperience anJ knowledge in the butinesa will enable
us to pre entire ia: isfaction.
navias a large asiuaintance in the JtUsissirsi -valley
it will not be difficult to give references when repaired
by corresponcnts, a.s resards our standin?; and w.ll ul all
time cheerfully answer alt letters of enquiry.
urownviue. Jane 2oth, 1So7. rv23-Il
U. S. Mail Eotite,
Prom the Keroaaa Agency, in Kancas, to the
fhouth of the AjcrwarEiver.U". T. "
THIS. LINE ntakes one trip per week, each way,
stoppici at tlie principal towns on the Missouri
River. Gtiod Ilscka all the way through, &iid good
horses and nie yttn men for drivers'.
- J.li. A W. 1EET. Contractors.
Dec. 19, 1356. Tln27-ly
' 1 ' 1 s ! 3 I rl
h J I f-
ba U - - ,
;w -J C c
Tes made us say the fall
his county would be held in this
- .. -r-
." It should have been
"K Tv.-.!ay-wce'k,M-bern this ccrain
THE XE3IA1TA t iXL-EY BAXH,
Buys and sells oxehan je, receires deposits, makes
collections, and attends to all business connected
with legitimate Banking;, and will be prepared to
extend Iiea5onable facilities to depositors. Interest
allowed on time deposits.
T. L. llAt :HM , JPresT.
fNews, y ebraska City, Tines. Omaha, Banner
Bockport. Slcand Bule.Coupcu Bluffs, copy three
months and send bill to this oce.
To The Public.
On the Siitb of January last, we, Bbert Hawl: and
J.nn G. Mctrin, purchased of Linw Xcal the Land
known as Xeal's Point or Alamo, in Xebraska Territory,
which we h i ve paid fur in full, and for which we hold his
Quit-Claim deed, and also a bond tor a Warranty deed as
,on as be shall receive a Patent therefor. The conditions
of said bond have leen complied with to the letter ca our
part. We, the said Hawk and Kelvin and our associates.
forewarn all whom it may concern not to purchase f said
Louis Xeal any part of said tract or to-rn site, take any
timber, cal or stone therefrom, or make any improve
ments thereon, as we intend contestm? his rights to the
same ia to proper courts,
JOHX . 3JELVTX,
S. F. XrCKOLLS,
JACOB T. HAWK,
' M. JEF1'. T1IOMPSOX,
WK. E. DILLOX,
G. W. HAWK.
A. GAT MAKER,
F. M. T1IOJLPSOX.
Ammsf i?jrr l 3m
BHO WXJ VilaliE
NOEL, L AKE & KMERSON.
N. B. We would roepectfullr inform tho citi-
jens of Nemaha ccanty and adjoining Missouri, that
we hare ntwav m hand a tarre and wIT e ected
STTrrdT of I.U Oi.uiil, which we enii funnel at lo-t-
er rates than anyimill in the Territory. ' !
market pmd for logs 'IjIIyc-cJ i.t file yard
AH osiers acHDj anied with tla trajh, will receiy
out imiiedi&ie atttntioa.
A. B. HOLLABIED k CO
. Maelihists, Foiaders and
F'ront street, "West of Smith, '
Would most respectf ully inform their friends and
the public ireneraltT. that they arn now rre-
parcd to execute all orders in their line, with prompt
nee. llaTinj lately enlarged their shop and with
tnu increased facilities they now possess, taej hope to
merit a continuation of the liberal patronagre which
has herf tofore been extended to taem.
aw Mill EDgkes of eTery Description.
Constantly on Lini: consisting of the Sash, Circu
lar and lluley. Slill Gears aid erery deriction of
JastinK. warraattid to be well made in every particu
They hare also a Boiler Yard attached to their
establishment, wiach enables them "to oversee all
work in that lino famished by them, and are pre
pared to work on as rcaso2a.hla Wma as axy other
shop in the country. - '
Thos in want cf aaythir-r in our line, would do
well to give us a call and ex.: rriit.arjaew patterns.
ATER'S ' PiXLSr
Ajrzw and sinirularly grjtwessfil remedy for tha
cure of all Bilious diseases Costiveness. Indi i
pestion., Jaundice, Dropsy Ehenmatism, FeTera '
Gout, Humors, Nerrousii es$. Irritability, Iniarnjna
tions. Headache, Fains in the Breast, Side, Back,
and Limbs, Female Complaints, Ac. Ac Indeed,
the diseases m which a rurgaUTe Medf
more or less rtuirecL and much sick
ness and ruSering might be pnrrented, if a harm
less but effectual Cathartic were more freely used.
Ho person can feel well -while u costive habit of
body prevails ; besides, it sorm generates serious and
often, fatal diseases, which might have been avoided
by the timely and judicious ase of a good purgatiTe.
This i3 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 all irrer tie land. Hence a
reliable family physic is of the first importance to
the public health, and thirPill has been perfected
with conanmmate skill to meet that demand. An
extensive trial of its virtues by I'hysicians, Profes
sors, and Patients, has shown results surpassing
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 geatlemen who hare
testified ia fiTer of the. Pins, we may mention :
' Prof. J. IL Locks, Analytical Chemist, of Cin
cinnati, whose high professional character is en
dorsed by r
Johs McLeax, Judge of the Strpreme Court of
the United States. ..... r
THoa. Co rwin Secretary of tie Treasury.. '
Hon. J. 21. "Wkight, Governor of Indiana.
NV Loxgwosth, great wane grower of the West.
Also, Da. J. IL Ckiltox, Practical Chemist, of
Kew Ywk City, endorsed by, , .
Hox. V". L. Mab-ct, SeiPtar;r of State.
. Wk. B. Astor. the ricWt m:m ia America.'
: S. Lilax & Co-, Proprs of the Metropolitan
Hotel, and many others. , ', ' . ' '
Hid space permit, we eorild give masr hundred'
certificates, from all parts" where the Fills hare
been used, but evidence evrn more ctraTincing than
the experience of eminent -public men is found in
their effects upon trial, - v ' : ' "
These Pills, the result ef long mTestigation and
study, 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
m such a manner as to insure the best results. This
STSteTn of crmrnosTtirm for tn pfUrrn has been omul
il. .1 rn a i i t i -n t il . a
ui vyuerry a eciorai auu rius dolq, to pruuure a
more efficient remedy thaa had hitherto been ob
tained by any process. The reason is perfectly ob
vious. While by the old mode of composition, erery
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 the effects should prove, as they have
m-oved. xrore rsurclv remedial, and the Pills a surer.
more powerful antidote to disease than any other
medicine 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, 1 have
supplied the accurate I'onnulse by which both my
Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of
Practitioners in the United S tates and British Amer
ican Provinces. If, however, there should be any
one who has .not - received them, they will bo
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 of 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 knownJ Many em
inent Physicians hare, declared the same thing of
my Fiiia, 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 tha
mternal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
into healthy action -remove the -obstructions of
the stomach, bowels, liver, aad other orcans of the
lu-av,"rtrri-i7 tr-cit Srre,Tii" action to hraU!:snd
by ctirrectLf. wr.fr ever Li'f 'evLV s.Lui crz:.ge
mertts aa ar? List otisa of w&! e.
- IW- tKitfmr tTT-rcdf t.r f-tt .... "-; t '-4,
and iteiar purt.i v ietaUjio harm caa.ise from
their ns m any citantiry.
For minute tutetiiona, aca mxapper oa the Box.
IHEPARED ' BT
DR. JAMES C. AYEE7
Practical aculAnalytical Cberaist,
Price 25 Ceati per Xox. Tire Iar.es fox SL
J. H. iAL N, & CO., Br wrrr 3c,
Bernard, Adams To., Louis.
And all Hrugists in the Uciiel Stttcs.
Jane 25th. 1837. " . t2
11 M-,J ins g1J
Lain SL betacca Front and Second ir.s
EroTmville, IT, :
: . Honr, Bacon,
V;': ' -' ; ;ATTO COTJNTEY PRODTJCpt
"VT7E have jast openel a heavy Stock of FaR and Winter Goods, embracing everytliit in tho Stati
V and Fancy line, which we are bow prepared t ctfer to the trade at extremely iow prices,
For Casii or Corxatry Produce,
. vtais-tq ! -
CB ANIT 4 TTTT J
L T. V7HYTZ
EHOVXiVlLLS, II T. .
t we were visited with a
of snow, sufilcient to whiten
" rrcund barely, and which disappeared
:2ueniy as it appeared. Tuc-s-
ednesdav.. we had snow
'- as :
-"I earnest.-. The
a depth of five or
Ftmaster General'basappo-nted six agents
. . .. v i.. lne inrrrcra
j.. . ir-iui ii ira"re to Cincinnati,
more.reg rarity than hcreto-
. e wish ncd we are confident we ex-
feciing-3-qf the entire .Territory
.-S, TV 1
: - ?'Jod a rent to 1
r-ueneral would appoint
ter mail arran-
this rerrion. If anv peorle
"-t' cursed with mail facilities, h
f & r"' V ' '
ihe next Le-Llaiure stands
ST..uk 51 ittrasses just received at the store of
Aag. 6, lb57. nS I. T. wnTTE.
IILLYrJGIIT & 1TGIXEEE
EHOVVJM V1XLH, X. T.
4 NN0UNCE to the pnbiic, that he u prepared
a. m rr tu. kji-wM uiu niiw riw and alerchpu
51iUs at short notice and reasonable trms. Bepair
ing of machinery of all kinds. , .
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
He is also Agent for
A. B. HOLLIBIRD & COS "
lee & LEAvrrrs
- - " A, KJ.
- I - t " .w.. vuu 1111 OrU.PT f ip anvwa.
I chinery manufactured or kept oa hand, by theje eg-
Letters of enquiry, promptly answered.
Noel. Lake &. Co, Brownville, N. T. S:eam inn.
iv. . f urnas, irownviue, -
Muir, Uaan A Co? ,
Ir. Hoover, . " Nemaha city,
P. M. K-rrers. Taw nee citv',- '
NackoIlAVliite.Bxkport,iio. . ' "
James Lowe, Linden, - "
A. B. Halliberd, Cincinnati, 0.
Brownville, June IS, 157. t2 1-ly
Platte River Ferry.
The Piati- Ttivor Ferrv corrroanv have thsir terry in
successful operation at the nioutb at tie
Piaxlc IllTer. .
This route is six miles shorter than that by Cedar Island
and w a mtch better route.
Kxperienced add careful men will tx- ia altendaace at
all times t accommodate the traveling pcJblic Bates of
ferriage a low as at any otiier rx-int.
vr. nr. slattgtt i Eii.
IltsteiHli. SDt.3J. 1S57. v2-nlO-3m
n. "B. THOMAS. T. A. GALLAHEE.
THOMAS & GALTiA TTFIK
Xo. 23 Pine Street Comer icai id,
10-lv ST. LOUIS,. MO. 1
Emigrant's Land Hunter!!!
EOYT & SMITH
Patent Dortable MILL
THE subscribers have entered .ha o a partnership
under the lirm of Heed, Uak bird 4 Co., to
manufacture the J. C. Reed, F.teb ; Portatic Grist
Mill and are nowprjra'wd toi'nra .sh till tbote in
want of a good Corn or Wheai Mil' thai for dura
bility, simplicty and e jomy ; xc any 31ill in the
world. On the late exhibition tf the Jlechaniss
institute in Cincuinat.,a Gold Jinisl was awarded
themforit. . " . l.v;.
It is adapted to all Cram gnndm . Turrjoses: it is
superior to all others ft? tha m)Ft cxtmsiTe Merchant
Mil, as it is for grindiag the Jr'artier-s fetd. by Horse
power. ,., ,
The above Mills are L-atnuixttrrtc hy the under
signed at their siop v t n:isaUi. 0., where they
con be furnished in any Jauuty atsaort actiee.
The above Mills wantci t perform as follows:
35 in. diaml per hour iO B. Cora, 25 Wheat, 5300
30 " u " 15 " 250
21 u u jo i! 13 " 200
20 u u a tt is u ,. g a 150
As this Mill tells its cwn ski-y, it is unnecessary to
quote from our ntumeroas rewa.nicndations,teceived.
WE have just receircd an entirely new and larre asorttner.: cf Superior Coeds, witch we wit.
as reasonable nrices as any establishment ia the Wet. onr raotto tir? Lire nn l It Live."
We have now in store a great variety of the following articles, which we purchassl for Coh and aoase-'
qucntly can sell cheap on the same terms:
HATS AOTiirBOOTaT AiTDSoSS,
S A DDT , hi S-LST,
Q,nesnsware and Willow Ware,
., ' FABI I1TTTF,NTS,
- And a Csc asscrtracni ofUIit Gioccrlcs,
, ' .Such as . . Spue, -. .. - t . Tcppcrs, Soda,
Salaratu5, Ginger, All-pree, eteato. ' .
. - And a good article cf
Smoking an-J CIicttL':? Tobacco.
It is a pleasure to us to show g.md. an I we ask you to call round and see for y-mfolv.
I. T. WHYTP.C-CO.
lain St., one aiyor nhovG Ls';!i!;a&?!: & Carson's JCxcIsninje Uaiil;,.
Editor "Xthratla AJccrtirer':
Deatl Sir: In looking over the last number of your
J!per a notieo attracted cry attention signed by
eroma Hoover, Esq., in which he states that certain
stories are in circulation1 that the undersigned claim
some interest iaNeizaha City for the purpose of in
juring its rro?pcrity. It may do uite well tocir-
eulato a report el tnat rVure where tne facts are
unknown, bat to thse knwing the facts such a
statement is merely foolish.
And for the purpose of giving a fair opportunity
to persons to ascertain the facts wc hereby warn all
persons from purchasing any pretended claim cr
interest in tho said town of -Nemaha City, from the
said Jcrame IIxver, a he has sold and received pay
for nine-twelfths of said town,aci?aiti nowpemiing
to place the undersigned in possession of the interest
by them purcha?ed in the sumer and they haTe not
authorized the said Hoover to sell or dispose of any
portion of thsir interest, bnt directed suit to bo
brought long sine f r it3 recovery.
- F. J. IfATtSnALL.
B. L. BALLABD.
B. c. itisnop.
L. D. BIRD
A. G. WOODWABD.
chas. f. holly.
March 23th, 1557. 42-tf
Liiinber ! Immtier ! !
liOADLT k. 3ICIR.
Whe new Steam Hill has jn-t jn-n into cperatkJTi in
the Pruirie ForTet-ojtJoVite Brownville. are now prer
ed to furniih the puhik- with every desirable variety of
lumber, on short notice and reasonable terms. Tlie-e
bein? an unusual amount of hard wood timber in the
vicinitj, we are prepared to xmy particular attention to
filling ci orders tor Oak. an! U'alnat lumber, la short
everything neetel in this country can be ftmd at this
Mill. HOADLT &. MUTR.
Sepember 3d, 1S57. - - v2al0-tt
. ...... I-rpTmviLlo, IL T, '-"r.,.. jr.
THE proprietors would mot rcsitfuUy inform the citizens- of Crowrrille and the public grnenlly i tit
they have received and are now or?cing one of the lrg?et aada.ist eumplcte SUtks f Clulhiag
Ever brought t thU market. - - .
Their assortment cf
Ready jatclo Olot2rir
EiiiLracea every variety of Textures ar.d Prices ; a to Color they have Brown, Bine, Blaek. vUTole uitd
inviaiblo Green, and Cloths, v.as?Tmcr.!atincttj.Cashaiv;rttts, ami Jeans, allaaatLiB
aocording to tho latest fashionable cut. Tht ir variety vt rests is fujerb,
embracing the very lai est styles and patienw. Inthe
"''."Baltimore Clothing- Store
3I;wa!sobe found at all thns a 5neeltin of Cravat?. ?tock3,Tc, Col! irs whit or coJnrd. rLindiiT
chicf iiuspsndexi, CarctBags, ets which we will sell asc'aeap as any cstabLuduuens in the West.
" Wc have tire finest and best assortment of '
BonMe and Sinalc
Ever bnjaght to this Territory.
Warranted to salt the most fas tidaom. Afiueaisortmentof
COATS, Dress, Froclt and Sack. , " : ,fc
PAXTS, Everr Style aaa Scscriplion.
TESTS, To please Earsre and Small.
SlilRTS, Bolli VTIiitc ana Taney.
Over Slairls, Overalls Draivcrs, and Knit under shirts.
Bacli. Gloves, JJIUs, and Ritlia Cloves, etc.
would but ass tne pubu? loea.., axamme ana ja igr iJr thmlves whether the Clothin" at th
mat-jrial, cut with batter taste, better trimiBw
SIEGEL 1 GBEENBAUir; T
Baltimore ClothinjEiErforiam is not of better mad
1 . r . f . 1 .1. I I . . ,
ana iweniv-nve percent, cnesptr man inrv caiceitr oowga; eiJ'llins're
OctofxrJth, 1S57. v2n!3-ly
ffllM, III 111 ffoeesas!l
47 . .
60" . ' .
cn joint . ballot,
lour majority on
e in two
TO THE PUBLIC.
On tbeSC A of January last, I cocditirnally contracted
toell toBobert Ilawk saui J. G. Xelvia a part of the
land known a Xeal's Point. Said contract hat; beea for
feited by the failure of said Hawk and Hrlvin to comply
with the condiUooa on their part. J therefor, take thi
method of warning the publis aot to ianrbie stork in
taid lind or ia atowa called Jtlaaio, which I under ttiil
Is abont to be laid out on aaij tract, froni any person.
I am the sole owner of said land, and will make no tiues
epon sales try either cf t, above axmed iea;lemen. I
further state that atthoua laare theripntto retairrthe
aaotmt taey paid ia a f orfe; tar. I aaa twt diipoed 1 1 do
o, and .-ow notify ail verwww oonciraed tkit 1 aairadr
and wil ii; to rernud to Ketsr Hawk al Ueivia tie
amount they paid rue cotuiUoaal poixhase.
August LiUt, 1357. LCC1S SFAU
3Temaha City, and PleasatitTille, K". T.
j Land Warrants Bought and Sold.
L LD EXTEREO OX TEIIE.
Land Claims and Tcrwn Lots
BOUGHT AKD SOU).
Investmeiits Msce for Distant Dealers.
BtlKG practical Surveyor and one Bavin? had three
yerrf experience in the "Weft.''' will devote our entire
time and special attention to uie i.'iecuon and Entry of
land rr claiuts for settler and all tiaisr desiring: choice
locatwai. Address. ,
Xeinaha City, 3 T.
A Riuyler, Eerublic, Seneca co., Ohio.
P T Searlei, Tulia City, " " "
Tr Plnnskeep, Iayton, Iowa ca.,lowa. "
Rev Vt tine. Archer, Richanleoi: o., X. T.
S WuiuaiL, Gerua Bluffs. Iowa.
JPS;huyieT,Xovelty Works. X. T. '
F FeiTraii-n, Brownville, X. T
CUntwi DTurner. Attica, Seneci i. Ohio.. .
Loiters Ennuiry Prcrspt ir Answered. iJ2
-Aiust 13Js,135". ' . r ;-r),.-.j - - xl-o9 IT
Real-Estate For Sale.
I HATE FOR SAIX and will sell at a bargain if appU-
catico be made noon :
160 Acres of entered laad part trmbtir part bottom prairie
within one and one aall mile of Br awnviiie.
ISO Acrea entered land, same tisrijUA a above. 40
. acres r.ler culUvation, (road aoase ad barn, adioin
itw the City of Brcwnvilie.
80 Arret of excellent bottom prairie land entered, and
wittm tw iftil of Brownville.
fio i crei heavy timbered bottoci land aJJoinias Erowa-
vilie will h sold clwap for cisb. . : 1 . .'
5 Choice loU in South Brownville.
2 lots in the City of Brownville.
1 Shares in the tewri of Wvommj.
K. W. iTliXAS, Eeal-Estata AVf
CrcaviUe, N.I. '
YO I rR . INTERESTS! ! !
On 3'-sia Sraet, ;
TTScre yo a etJt fcsf and
; AT WHOIiES AILE BSTAIL.
fTTKE Bubscrihmr wcaM iirle'lbe public to call
X and fee his large? k of "-Ir; fries, which have
beea selected wish gres t care, : Jtd are now ofTerrw at
unusually low rates. lerstria want of Coffee,
Tea, Sugar, Jlohisea, e?P, taileetton-ry, Fresh
Fruits in caa, Tobae. SfjJ'i, Candies, Ac and
any other articks nsawiy Aeit ia a Grocery and
Variety Store, will fine it t thiir adracUge to call
befors Turehasro2 elshere. Al?o, by the whole
sale, as fine a stoek of iTan i.ii; Wines, Gin, Slonon-
gahela, and Rye- V hir-t rctc-;:'. t aarrpagne wine,
Ac as ever was brou rt s ? h ili-- uri river. Fish
of all kind?, constantly nl. Couatry Produce
Wanted for which th- ti;i?fi price will be paii.
A thare of puWie pa'j'- r??pectftHy sotici
Ud. J. R. DAVIS.
BrownTiHe, June 1 Si.
Across the Snnte
the Head.cf i tLells-Jnc above
TT. S. Kail !aw 31111.
rpiIE undersigEd anaasc'S1 l IV&He that he
JL has Tjurehased th 1 7 pn ru-'ge grai ted Jak.
f-an, I'eters, at th laat.r.st -a f tbe Li"gislatare,
and is now prepared, wit- -atisiibtaatialboat,
atau times u ax,orniC' ' vt-c. . Charges
USuaiatca . .. -
oas.llth, 1357.. . f . 2$-Zm
DR. J. L. 3IcKEE,
TEETH PLUGGED AND FILLED IX THE MOSF
Hay 14, 15o7.
to the public, we are conEJcnt, the
and best Fcla:ted stoek of Groceries
ever oSircd in this market :
6 Ilhds Sugar, 50 Sacks Coffee, .
115 Sacka Flour, a Tierce Bice.
3a Bhls Molasoe?, : IS Boxes Star Candles,
2a Boies Soap. liO Sacks Salt,
r 15 Bbk Cider Viniger, 150 bblsSilt.
TERMS CASH!!! :
"Jlaia S-et, . ' ""' " -..
Wm. T. Den :
BX S I'E C T FULLY returns . his - sincere
V? i . thanks t Jhe citi2JEJ ef Brown vilij aai
surroucdiag country for their liberal pat
ronage extenueu mm fioee lie errscn'-cd operating
in the above Iina and plac, and he weuM say to his
old and new customers wlia wish to continue their
patronage, that he has jtJ returned fxoia St. Louis
with a iarr" stock ef th? best cialirv cf Leather.
selected aiulcr fci own inFiecticn. The qnalitj of
materials, vie ri wore to be nad at tne alxive cstAh-
ment cannot be strpa?scd v est of fcrC'Louia.
BrownviBe, Jan. 3rd. : - - - 61-ti
A SEW DAILY XETVSP APES.
By Jolin W. Fornej",
I .PROPOSE estatilisLin? a First Class Daily Newspa
per in the City of PaiU'lelphia, between the 20ta of Jo
ly and th 1st of AOimJt, to be entitled "THE P2ESS."
"Thi Patss" will te PenMJcratic' in it politics, and
will ? us tain tte policy of the present National Adimsa- I
t rat ion.
It is my determination to make it worthy of the sup
port cf every U cf reader. Pi?nityt cnnarRe am! in
dependence, in the utterance of my sentiment, enterprise
and ctflcieucT ia the Commercial, Literary and Xew De
partniectn, ami respect for tie opinion of ILersrrill be
kept constantly iu view.
I have embarked all tay wa means ia this pre eel and
intend builrhn? cp a arnal that will not only be cred
itable to our city and State, but win fus-alea mc an inde
A somewhat extensive experience in yub'.ic life. ad
nsrry ?ear connection With Jocrtiihsi::. will, I hope,
cttaia Xr "Th Pres," a favorab'e recepraon.
Mj friendi In the difTerent Wards and Cocntiw of
Pennsylvania, aM ia otbr ?utes, will place me under
many obUatiuna by givins "The Press" a helf inj hand.
TEEilS OF "TTXE TZ.ZSZ."
rai-"y (per annua:) in advance -Weekly
" " -
Adlress the Editor and Propr!t?toT, at tlte fRce of
"Tae Prew." St. 417, Ctiestrrni Ptrwt. aeat to Pennsyl
vania Bank Etaldins, aaeve Foertk Street. PfciUVlpJ.ia.
JIIX W. POILXET.
1 P O Acre extra ftae land. Prr-eirpted. witara tw
" au.es f Browaville. CO acre buttnm
J. H. MAUN & Co.,
Erownvllle, Xebraslia TcrViloty,
DYE TTOODS A!-D DYE STEEPS
Oils, Palais, and Painters ArJIeles,,
Tanufhca, Ptuty, Perf amery, Ac
Fiae Soar. 5"in H-ir ani T.xh Brcfr. Paiet BrwOe,
Sice-., Inre Wiae and BrawUes lor Jiedxal Parpoea.
"ancy Articles. Tarpetrfine, SuU wjtt, Garrtaa Aeeta,
With all tlie Patent or Prrprietarr ,
3IEDICI3.ES OF THE DAY.
pre make our purcbaws with care, and offer rvLi
ecinally as kw aa raey cam re obtained fr.ra- anv siaiilar
estibli-hnieur in th. rtin, and wamated ba treta,"
pare arl centune. O:0er promptly filled, and aatufac
u n rTuraaticl, wi!h.ie:ard b.th,to prica aial oaUty.
E?"Payciana' Prescriptions attested to ul all &,"
of tnedar arai n:?ht.
Oct. 1, '57-v2-nl4 -
Lraber, fine stoce and water.
ar ''-jcatin be made soon,
tie:. 1. 57
l'or Sale at a banraia
B- W. FTCLXAS,
. : NEW FLEIM.
Jonas Crane and Ttteodwe nil! tue thi dny fr.nrrt .
ntwci-partnerhlp ander tlie the firm anJ style of CraaA
lIiU,an.fwiUorn jnu ike Jfertaaule toiueM a: Use ul
sliwI ii jl;AUister, Doner A Co.
" -. - "jos as cntixs . .
s?pt. t3, 1S57. .TiitowiaE ran.
Foawaanixo irotoKxtijios aiEacHASTS,
AXD STEA3I COAT AGENTS.
Wtwlesaie atvd Ketail Iia!ers La Pry dot, n-ccc
Eaxdware,QTieaiaware. Furniture, auvas
j lour, ucoa, ftx
cpt. U, 'SI ttwVsTlxxx, X. T.
-: -:- - i.t '
3IT. YE11N0N, NEBRASKA. :
AanoTrrsces to th rfic tMtt he hi rrrrrbact ihe eritv
ive irttek of Good troaeht to this Uv by 3Kr. 1aii.,
and now offers to nil
Dry Good. Groceries, Ka3J Tfarc!,'
at pr"- as fair as 'ai be f.nA in Vie Wetrrt cow'tfry,'
lor t.'ah or in escfciine fer country prwiuca.
Oct. lSi-Bll ; . ..
!j-iand Por Sale.
Rf) Acres Pre-fnapteit LaM tw mile fr
viTI- ; C acre of which is timber, balance
prairie; 20 acres b1t f erne and beinr cr.r:rvated tn.
sect.rt-1 year ; ro. d aoqe, staMe. wrii. and barn Tt?
pn perty will be soil at reasonable rati' ar.4 trm. '
F.r,rja!re of R. W. rraxAS rt "AJverter Oc. . .
Oct. 1, 5rr-14--2 tf
D. H. -Thomas,
General l?rorr and ycrwardiTg JJTcTrliaut.
-No. 2J 1'iae Strwt, turner Snwond, a ? Wairj )
jaljlCjJu rr. Lovw,iJ ""-.-.
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