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Main St. between Trent
ii H y j
. HATS & CAPS, . ;
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
XTrEbave just opened a heavy Stock cf Fall and Winter Goods, embracing everything in the Staple
. f and Fancy line, which wc are now prepared to offer to the trade. it extremely low prices, .
Tcr Casli or Country Produce.
October 23, 1S57. valS-tf ' . ', . CRANE & I1ILL.
I. T. WHYTE & CO'S, .
B30V?IT7ILLE, K T.
"T7E hare jn?t roceiTel an entirely new and lare assortment of Superior G(i3i, whieh we will sell at
. V as reasonable prices as anycstablis;hraentiti the West, our mot to being fcLiToand let Live."
We have cow ja store a great variety of the following articles, which we purchased for Cah and oonse-
quenny can sen cueap on uie same terms : -
BUY SOBS (GHOCEI&IE,
HATS AIJD CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
. Queensware and Willow Ware,
And a fine assortment
And a jrood
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
It is a pleasure to ns to show goods, and wsask you to call round and see for yourselves.
Oct. 19.1S57. v2nlS-lyJ - I. T. WHYTE & CO.
?Ialu St., one door above Luslibausrli & Carson's Excliane Hank,
" Brownyille, N.WT. r
THE proprietors would most respectfully inform the citizens of Crownvillc and the public eenertdlv that
they have received and arc now opecin one of the largest and most complete Stocks of Clothin-'
Ever brought to this market. ' "
. Their assortment of
EmJjraccs every variety of Textures and Trices ; as to Color they have Erown, Elcc Elack. visible ,r l
.-. iuTiaibleGrccn,BudCT..tlis,CMshnew.Satiactts.CaJihniercttjt,anil Jeans, all'madeuo "
according to the latest fashionable cut. Their variety of vest is superb
embracing the very la'. est styles aud patterns. In the" '
Baltimore Clothing Store '
rLiJsA f00111'1, Jj15 a fineneJc?tion of Cravats, Stocks, Tyes, Collars white or colored, Kandker
thKft, feu,pcndcrs, CarpetBa-s, etc., which we will soil as cheap as any establishment in the West.
We have the finest and beat assortment cf
BonMe ami Single Overcoats,
Ever brought to this Territory.
HAT AMD CAPS,
Warranted to suit the most fast'.duous. A Cue assortment of
. COATS, Dress, FroCIi and Saclt.
PASTS, Every Style and Description.
VESTS, To please Large and Small.
SIICUTS, Botli Wlxitc and Fancy.
Over Shirts, Overalls, Drawers, and Unit under slslrts.
IlUCli GlOVCS. Mitts, nml TSiHi
j 7 - -
nd twonty-five percent, cheaper than they hav TeVor
3? . .fo
bl Al kl n
BrotmvUlc, .V. T.
v7m. T. Deri,
r--JI RESFECTFrLLY returns his sincere
thanks to the citizens of Urownvillo and
" it sarrounding country for their liberal pat
ronage extended him since he commenced operating
in the above lino and place, and he would say to his
.old and now customers .who wish to continue their
patronagr, that hebasjast returned from St. Louis
wiih a largr stock cf the best quality of Leather,
elected under his own inspection. ' The quality of
rcteriaIs,Etylc of work to be had at the above estab
ment'eaflnotbe surpassed West of St. Louis.
Krownville, Jan. 3rd, 2S571 ' ' . . 51-tf
'..' DR. J. L. McKEE,
' ' . AND
' Ennvnville, N. T.
TEXTII PLCGGtD AND FILLED IX THE 1I0SF
.ATPROVED . MAKKEJt.
ilay 14, 1857.
largest. and best selected tock cf Groceries
ever offered in this market :
.6 IlhdsSngar, - 50 Saois Coffee, :"
125 Sacks Flour, , S Tierces Rice.
20Rbls Molasses, 16 Boxes Star Candles,
; 20 Boxes Soap, . J0 Sacks Salt,
. 15 Ebls Cider Viniger, 150 bbls Selt. '
. : TKKJJS CASH!!! ' J
- 1. T. WHYTE 4 00.
' NEW. FIRM.
J mas Crane and Tlieod 're ini: Lave this dayvorrrc-A .
rewco-partnerfchip uiwler the the firm and style of Cranes
llill.and willcontiiiue the itercanaie bubiues at tho olO
fc).t: :s,. isoT, TiitoroaE
WmorrirKVfi116-011' 8f,a?lEC audiuiSor themselves whether the Clothinir at
ia;liraore Llotninz hminum j nntnf Jioftfp t...,.j, - i . . "'o
and Second sH.,
u a 3 ji 2 .
of JAstit Groceries,
ilia . -r m
ht 7s whVre " ' bC"Cr tnm
SIEGEL & GREENBAUM.
A NEW DAILY NEWSPAPER.
By John W. Forney,
I PROPOSE estaMish:i,it a First Class Dailv Xewsna-
. . . J "'"ii-iimia, neiwecn tlie Wth if Ju
ly aiKl tliO 1st if A i. i:.i
The Press" wiil le lamocratic- in its politics, and
will sustain the lwlicy of the present National Aduiiius-
It is in? determination to make it w..rt!iv of the sup
port of every e lass or reaiers. bignitv, oiuarse and in
dependence, in the utterance of my sentiments, ei.teriri.e
and effldency .. the Coinujerciai, Literary and Xe-3 Po
partments, and rtwpcct for the opiadons of others, will l
wcjit constantly in view. . .
,,',V.C ewVarke.1 all my own nioans in this project and
intend buiUaus up a journal that will , onlv be cred-
issit sff state-but wm mui6h - -
A wmewhat extensive esperience in public life, and
many year' connection with Journalism, will, 1 hope.
cbUw for "Tlip Press," a favorable receptiun. '
fnends ia the CilTcrent Wards" and Counti cf
Pennsy vama, and ia ther Sttc-s, will 1lace me under
many obligations by giving 'The Press" a helpinj Land.
. TERMS OF "TILE PRESS."
ur.i.v (per annum; in advance -Weekly
" . .
C V v'!!,tor ,Ml Pr,1Pri?tor, at the office or
The Pros." .,.. 417, Chestnut Street, next to Pennsyl
vania Bank Building, above Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
Jons v. muxKr.
m. YERXON NEBRASKiL
A. I.IEDL.ET, '
Announces U the public that hehas pnrchafed the exten
sive Stock U Good. brocht to this place by Air. Dailt
and now effers to sell '
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard Ware,
. Cjticeziiiware, &,c.,
at prices as fair as can be found in the Western country,
for Cash or in exchange for country produce.
Land For Sale.
Cf) Acres rre-en;pted r.fiud tw, miles from Brown-
K' villa! A n . i .1. : . . i . ..
v , -v. v, , uilu is uinoer, oai.iace noi!m
ine;i:o acres under fence and bcin? cultivated the
.....i , var , Ki nousc, siaoie, well, and barn lot. Tae
property will be-.U at reasonable rates ar.d terms.
Eii'imre of n. M'.-rvrAs a( "Advertiser "JUce
Oct. 1, '57-11-2 ti . .
r, 1 MATVTIN W. KIDES,J
JAS. D. vrniTE,
i. ) Nebraska City NT)
JAS. D. TIIST,
Council Bluff's, Iowa.
CASSADY, TEST, RIDEN &
(Successors to Riden A White.
NEBRASKA CITTK. T.
HAVING made arrangements by which we will
receive accurate copies of all the Townships
embraced in the Eastern portion of Nebraska, we
are now prepared to offer our Berviecs to the ,
u Squatters of NtbrasJca Territoi-y"
In Tilling Declaratory Statements of Inten
tion to Pre-empt. Securing Pre-emptions,
Locating Land Wurrants-
AND ENTERING LAND,
a iid Warrants Bought and Sold.
LAND ENTERED ON TIME.
pi;n,i.H,Mit;nn raid to Burins and Selling
.miminsiiin! Also, to makinz Collections
and forwarding remittances to any part of the Union.
JilaakS of all Kinas always u nana.
Hon. A. A. Bradford, Nebraska City.
Messrs. Dolman West, St. Joseph, Mo.,
Peter A. Keller. Washington City
Tiionis Lumpkin, " "
June 23.1S55. vl-n4
DISTILLED EKOU COAL.
(SecnreJ l)y Letters Patent.)
KEKC-snxE iLLruiVATiNa Oil. The lteht obtain
ed from this Oil exceeds in brilliancy that of any
other oil or Guid heretofore discovered; is inexplo-
lve, and will remain limped in the very coldest
The Company recommend as the lamps best adopt
ed to this Ooil, the Kerosene Lamps, manufactured
by the following parties: Messrs. Cornelius & Baker,
also, Dyttt, of Philadelphia, E. V. Ilanghwout &.
Co.. 4SS Broadway, the Brooklyn Flint Glass Co.,
No. 73 Broad Street, Messrs. Dietz & Co., 133 Wil
liam Street, L. Jlcriicr 137 Elm Street, X. Y.
Samples of different styles of Lamps can be seen at
the OGce of the Company.
Kerosene Lubkicatixq Oil, No. 1. Prepared Id
sit the finest, and all other kinds of Machinery
burns brilhanty in Locomotive li cad Lights, Car
Lamps, and all the ordinary Solar and Hand Lamps,
and stands as great a degree of cold as best Sperm
Oil, and is admirably adapted to Railroad and Steam
Keiiosexe Lubricatixg Oils, JNo. 2, 3. Superior
Lubricators, and will be found to possess advantages
over any Oils in the market at same prices will not
burn and has been thus prepared to meet the re
quirements of Kailroads and others.
Kekosexe Binxacle 0 1 l. Prepared expressly
for Ships' use, and will be found admirably adapted
for uso of Steamships, Men of War, Merchant Ves
sels, Lake and Kivcr craft, and burns in all cabin
stateroom, binnacle, forecastle lamps, signal lan
Binnacle Oil will remain fluid as lonjr as best
Sperm, and will burn all night without requiring to
be trimmed, an advantage that will be obvious to
The Kerosene Oils con bo obtained from the
Wholesale Oil Dealers. Ship Chandlers, Druggists,
and Grocers in ew 1 ork, and the regularly appoint
cd Agents of the Company in many of the principal
Towns and Villages of the United States, the Cana
days, and the Island of Cuba.
Local Agents appointed (in conformity with the
rules established by tho Board of Trustees,) on ap
General Arjeut, Kerosene Oil, Co.,
J'o. 50 Beaver Street, N.Y.
N. B. Circulars with full particulars, testimonial,
prices, Ac, will be forwarded on application as above
June 25th. 1857. v2 2-1 y
GEO. E. M CLARY,
HAVING taken the contract for carrying the
Mail between the above points, takes this method
of informing the public generally that hehas mado
preparations for running a Hack on the above named
Leaving Bock Port every Tuesday. Friday and
Sunday,at 12 o'clock M.: arriving at Brownville at
2 o clock. P.M.: leaving Brownville for Bock Port
same evening at 3 o'clock P. M.
This route connects at Rock Port with the St. Jo
scph and Council Bluffs Sge line, and at Brown
ville with the Staje lino loading from Tupcka Kenras,
St. Joseph Mo., Independence, Kansas City and othor
points below: and to eonuka City, Omaha City
and otbef points above; and New Fort Kearney,
west; 1 he subscriber hopes by diligent attention
to business and accommodation to customers, to
merit a share of the public patronage.
Particular attention paid to tho conveyance of
Packages or parcels. Charges moderate; but no ac
countability tor unavoidable accidents.
Anril 7 1856. 43-tf ,
NOEL, LAKE & EMERSON.
rH wou,(i respectfully inform tho citi-
icusoi xem;vna county and adjoining Missouri, that
c imiu aiwuys on nana a large and well selected
euppiy oi juu.uiji-ii.whjch we can furnish at low
er rates than anv mill in thn T..;t,,
Market prices paid for logs delivered at tho yard
or on the back of the river.
All orders accompanied with the cash, will rccciv
vui iiuuicutaie attention.
R.HOLLABIRD & CO..
MacliLnLsl5, Founders and .
i'ront street, West of Smith,
Would most respectfully inform theirfriends and
the Dubuc ffenonL!lv. that th
. i-; - j , .uvj uiu uun pre-
pared to execute all orders in their line, with prompt
ness. Javing lately enlarged their f hop and w th
imvics tuey now possess, tney 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 ?: consist.; n ff Mn n.-
lar and Muley. Mill Gears andVcry description of
astmsrs. warra.nt.vl to lip tur-tl .,o.i : ..
o ' "wis iu ci vry purlieu-
They have also a Boiler Yard attached to their
uluUmCUl) uicu cnaoies tuem to oversee all
work in that lino furnished hv t1,r.,r.
, , , j n i 're
pared to work on as reasonable terms as any other
short in tliA ciwrtrit J
Thoso in want of anything in our line, would do
well to give us a cull and examine our new pntterns.
Capital Stock $30,000.
NEBRASKA CITY. If. T.
TIIIS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
n-A ml7 or2amzcd antl their entire capital stock of
are prepared, from this date, to grant open policies
and take risks, upon equal terms, with the niot
favored Insurance Company any where. Having
adopted tho mutual principle, its patrons, without
incurrin? any liabilitr. will RJior -r
The operations of the Company, will be confined,
for the present, to itauini?. nr iMn,;fi,. .:.u '
maximum Lability ot 12,500 on any one J.ottom.
Being the only lnsaranec Office, on the above pop
ular plan, AVcst of tub Missouri, it confidently ex-
o, strucruas uiiuri irora i extern Merchants.
A e rcsncctfullv invita thrt lliscnm-; M'r,-
. ' " -
S. F. Nuckolls, ; - Cbas. F. LTolly,
H. P. Bennct, J. L. Armstrong,
W. N. Llinchman, Miles W. Brown,
CnAS; F. HOLLY, President.
' J. Garside, Sec'y.
St. Inis Agent Col. W. P. lloward.
April 2d, 1857. ' 42-ly
.??iae ana -SiacJimc ssiop,
COaXER OF SECOSD AND MORGAN STREETS
ST. LOUIS, Mo.
Alanufacturprs of St
-.;, ..... . ..WmnuiiWinD, oaw ana
m-,. .'L M:ll;biner-, Single ana Double Circular Saw
aims, Tobacco Screws and Presses Laid Kettle, Lard
Screws and tylinlers, VTool Cardins Machines Builda
Lastmps Young's Improved Patent Smut Mills, tic
E3"AGEXTS for the sale of James Smith & Cn.'s Su
perior Al ach i lie Cards . - T fT, '
. 0MJIL1 CITY. X. T.
JEfTERSGX P. CASADY
WHITE, RUSSELL, & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS i
IKY C1I. fflffil,
HARDWARE, AND CUTLERY,
. ? Medicines, Dye Stuffs, '
Saddlery, Boots & Slices, Hats & Caffs,
ueensware, stoneware, linware,
IRON, NAILS, STOVES, PLOWS ic
Also,-Fumiture of all kinds, Window Sash
-.' Door Frames, &c.
New Hardware Store.
Sisro of the Saw. ,
j. riiAJiERTr, . -
UiAli j , II Jw "
American German, English & French
HARDWARE J1JCD CUTLERY.
' , ST. JOSEPH, 310.
IS. NOW receiving and opening the largest and most
varied arsortment of goods in the above line ever
offered in any market west of St. Louis. '
iiy stock embraces a lull ana complete assortment
of Cabinet and House Builder's Hardware, Mechan
ic's tools of every description, direct from the moet
approved manufacturers; agricultural and horticul
tural tools and implements, in great variety, combin
ing all the recent and useful improvements for tho
saviDg of a vast amount of labor to the farming com
munity, from whom I respectfully request a careful
examination of this department of my stock. I am
also exclusive agent for the sale cf the celebrated
St. Louis Circular Mill and Cross Cut Saws, which I
wiil warrant, and 11 all orders at ihe ttary prices.
Also a large assortment of Gun?, Riflesand Pistols,
Iron, Steel, Nsils, Ac, of the best brands: in a word,
my stock is very complete, which, for its quality and
price, l am determined to oacr sucn inauccmcntsas
will command a liberal share of trade from this and
adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies for American Hardware Manufa! urers,
together with a. long experience in the general Hard
ware trade, enables me; not only to defy all competi-
tion, but has convinced me that the true principle of
A J- 2 11 l?x - 1 ? 1
ixnuo is email proms ana quicK returns. . .
January 1, l.o7. vlnzvtf
fflf MS STBBB.
JOHN COLHOIX & BROTHER,
(Sign of the Padlock, opposite the Post Office.)
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
Building and Saddlery Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Leather and Shoe Findings.
ST. JOSEPH, MO. '
HAVE now in etorc, and to arrive shortly, Amer
ican and Foreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves &. Son's File3 Scissors
and Edge Tools Pocket knives
Butcher's do do Knives and forks
Spear & Jackson's saws Brass curtain bands and
Gimlet pointed screws pins
Griffin's and American Door locks
horse nails Augers and auger bitts
Post hole augers Corn knives
Ames' shovels and spades Briar scythes
Lull & Porter's chatter Grass and grain do
Butts Nails - ' ' i .
Morticing machines Shovels and tongs
Circular, mill and mnly Candlesticks
saws ' Framed wood saws
Planes and piano irons Blacksmiths' Bellows and
Coopers drawing knives Vices - " -
. do ad res 'and. wd--Mosctiota Annila'e an
tool -yils" ,:'.'-.y-.
Tress Hoops ' . American anvils
Butts, cast and wrought Stocks and dies
Copper rivety for twits Pad hooks, breech'g loops
lujrero irons - - raa screws, cocSeyes
Plated and com. .stirrups : Ornaments, racks
do do Bitts Girth rein and roller web
aoi . t do Jiuckles Silk, 3 cord thread . .
do - v do Rings Calfskins
Breast and rein snaps Upper leather
Lasts, pegs - . Briddle do
Peg floats . Skirting do
Pincer? Harness do
Shoe thread Belting do
Bristles, wax Goatskins
Lining skins Enammelled leather
With many goods embracing a complete assort
racnt of tho most desirable which they will sell at
the lowest prices. J. COLHOCN & BRO.
April 16th, leaf. 31-ly
Attorney and Counsellor fit Law
ilsrowiiYflle, A, T.
Will practice in the Third Judicial District in Ne
braska Territory, and in the Twelfth Judicial Circuit
in tho State of Missouri.
Richard Brown, Brownville, X. T.
R, W.Furnas. . a
Dr. John McPnerson, ' Tippecanoe, Ohio.
James Foster, Oregon, Mo.
George N. Miilcr, , Archer, N. T.
Oregon, Holt County Missouri,
ID 3RL TET C3r
Jlls, Paints, aiiiU fcrs Articles
Varnishes, Window-gtoss and Putty,
French, English, and American Perfumery.
FINE toilet and shaving soaps, fine hair and
k7 tMtnDrusues paintbrushes, surgfcalanddent
i al instruments, spices, .snuffs, manufactured
tobacco; all the patent jpedicincs of the day; pure
wines and brandies, for medical purposes; choice
wmeiana iancy articles, etc., etc. -
Agents for flie sale cf
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
44 Roger's Liverwort, Tar and Canchalagua.
" Osgood's India Chclagogue,
" Jones' American Cholagoguc;
" Guysott's Yellow dock and Sarsaparilla;
" Smith's Tonic Syrup. .
July 23, 1857.. v2nl-yly
MILLWRIGHT & ENGINEER,
? BROWNVXTjIiE, n. t.
a Wnrrvnr i n.i i.. j
vyij n, lue pnuiic, mil no is prepnrou
Lit. to erect Steam nn'Wotor Raw And Mrrh;i.rit.
Mills at abort notice and rnannabla terms. Renair-
mg oi macninery of all kinds.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Ho is also Agent for
A. B. IIOLLIBIRD & CO'S
Western Foundry. -
LEE & LEAYITT'S .
And arc prepared to receive and fill orders for any ma
chinery manufactured or kept on hand, by these es
tablishments. Letters of enquiry, promptly answered.
Noel, Lake & Co., Erownville, N. T. Steam MH1.
R V Fnrmia Tti.n.nr;ila
Muir, Hann & Co., a u "
Dr. Hoorer, Nemaha city, '
P, M. Rogers, . Pawnee city, '
Nuckolls & White, Rockport, Mo.
James Lowe, Linden, . "
it V M
A. B. Ilallibcrd, Cincinnati, 0.
Brownville, Jane 18, 1857. y2 1-ly
iy PINE DOORS, For sale, by
O I. T. VrHYTE & CO,
FOX ALL THE PUEPOSES OP A
There has Ions existed a public demand for an
effective purgative pill which could be relied on as
sure and perfectly safe in its operation. This has
been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten
sive trial of its virtues has conclusivelyhown with
It is easy to make a physical pal, but not easy to
make the best of all pills one which should have
none of the objections, but all the advantages, of
every other. -This has been attempted here, and
with what success we would respectfully submit to
the public decision. It nas been unfortunate for
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
els. This is nor. Jlany of them produce so much
griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. These pills produce no irritation or pain,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the lxwels. Being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in ant
quantity ; but it is better that any medicine should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
use in the several diseases to which they are 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 Loss of Ap
petite, Listlcssness, Irritability, Eilious 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
tiveness, Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrofula
and Scurvy. Colds with soreness of the body, Ulcers
and impurity of the blood, Irregularities ; in short, ;
any ana every case wnere a purgative is lequirea.
They have also produced some singularly suc
cessful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel,
Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in the
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. They 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
though no serious derangement exists ; but un
necessary dosing should never be carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand cases in which
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
Eleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, no
arm can arise from their use m any quantity.
For minute directions, see wrapper on the Box
Jit EPA RED BY
DR. JAMES C. ATER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
Price 25 Cents per Box. Five Soxes for $L
For the rapid Cure of
COl'GUS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
This 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 employed. So wide is the field of its use
fulness, and so numerous the cases of its cures,
that almost every section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
lungs by its use. When once tried its superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to escape observation, and where its virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate. Not only in formidable attacks
upon the lungs, but for the nulder varieties of
Colds, Covgks, Hoarseness, &c. ; and for Chil
dren it is the pleasantest and safest medicine that
can be obtained.
As it has long 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. H. MAUN, & CO., Brownville,
. Bernard, Adams! Co., St. Louis.
And all Drugists in the United States.
Juno 25th, 1857. T2
Patent Dortable Mill,
THE subscribers have entered into a partnership
under tho firm of Reed, Holabird & 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, simplicty and economy ; excel any Mill in the
world. On tho late exhibition of the Mechanics
institute in Cincinnati, a Gold lfcdal was awarded
them for it.
It is adapted to all Grain grinding purposes; it is
superior to all others for the most extensive Merchant
Mill, as it is for grinding the Farmers feed by Horse
The above Mills are manufactured by the under
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, 0., where they
con be furnished in any quantity at short notice.
The above Mills warranted to perform as follows
36 in. diam., per hour 50 B. Corn, 25 Wheat, $300
30 " " " SO 44 15 44 250
24 44 44 4 44 20 44 13 - 44 200
20 44 44 44 44 16 44 .8 44 150
As this Mill tells its own story,it is unnecessary to
quote from our numerous recommendations, received
GEORGE F. KENNEDY,
A3TD GENERAL, IlxYO AGEXT
Florence -Ctfy, J. I.
BEGS leave to announce to the public, that he has
erected a Bakery end Confectionary establish
ment in the City of Brownville N. T., and will keep
constantly on hand, and is prepared to bake to order
iJread, Crackers and Oakes of every manner, style.
discription and quality. He has had much expenence
in oa sing ana consequently ieeis quite confident he
will be able to give satisfaction. A liberal patron
age is respecu uuy solicited.
- fcVAN WORTHING.
July,23-'57-y2n6-lm. - - .
. E. EST AERO OK,
V UNITED STATES
Omaha Cih. X. T.
I") EQULRED to be in attendance officiallv tmrin nil
jl v me terms oi ine district and t-uprcme Uourt of
il. ' -r -
me ierriiory,tenaers his frofessional services to such
as need them. He flatters himself th.it his f.-u-iiiMpa
for gaining a knowledge of tho practice in each Dis-
X " a. Ml
inoi, win enaDie mm to give satisfaction to such as
entrust their business to his care. , .
Omaha City, June 7, 1S56.
GEO. P. LUCKIIAUDT,
WAT Gil I A-K E 1.
ORECON. nOLT COUNTY. MO.
HHAKES the libertv to inform tbp.
-L Brownville and vicinity, that he has opened a
, Watcn, Clock, and Jewelry Storp, . .
n Oregon. Holt countv. Mo., whern h will v.ot
stantly on hand, and for sale, a good assortment of
Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which
ho will soil extremelv low. fnr HASKT Ata
lot of V lolins, Accordoons, Silver, and Plated Spec
tacles, Gold Pens with Gold and Silver extension
cases, Silver Thimbles, 4e.f Ac.
He is prepared to repair Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry, of every description, in the best manner and
on the most reasonable terms.
Every articlo bought in hi ivatjil.'UhmontL 5 war
ranted to be what it is represented to bo. Watch re
pairing warranted tor one year, '
July 20, 1SO0. vl-n8tf
PRESERVED FRUITS; Strawberries, Peaches,
Whortleberries ic , Ac; to be bad at
PATENT GRAIN SEPARATOR,
UBSCRIBER is now prepared to lorniah
Farmers and others with his
for the present season. It is unnecessary to speak
particularly of the merits of these Machines, as they
are too well known throughout the country to need
extolling ; but tho fact that they have heretofore and
are continuing to receive the premiums at the State
and County Fairs whre they have ben 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 the best of those made in England, in 1853, it
received the highestcommendations of the press, and
of the leading grigulturausts of that country.
J I have a lanre number of them on hand, ready for
the 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, and have no hesitation
m warranting them superior to any in use.
Iam also preparing a large number of Crawford's
Improved Clover llallnrs, ,
patented in 1S3L which are greatly superior to his
patent of 1841, being in itself feeder, and greatly
aneaaor it in other respects, lhey will be manu
factured under the immediate supervision of the
patentee, who his permanently located in this place.
The above cut represents my four horse " Separa
tor, and is designed especially for the farmer i own
Iin also agent for McCormiek's celebrated REAP
ER and MOWING MACHINE, combined.
J. R. MOFFITT, Piqua, Miami couniy, Ohio.
Improved Little Giant
CORIV & COB M.AXTATI05
- 3?rico rioducod.
npnE subscriber has jnirchased exclusive right of
X Territory in the T est, of the above celebrated
Mills, and is, prepared to furnish them at all times,
:u l-i , .... .....
cinjur wuoiesaie or retail, and guaranteed in the most
"WW! f T-A IMfl n v aw
It inow more than a year since the
Was introduced to the public, daring which time, it
nan oeen constantly growing in the popular favor.
Tho improvements reccntlv effected ami ritnfMt
makes it the most perfect machine ever offered for
general farm use. It is furnished ready for attaching
team, ana wejgns as loiiows: o. 1, TZa 2o. 2, 330,
No. 3, 400, No. 4, 500 pounds. Twenty minutes are
suuicient w set one up, without mechanical aid, and
when once adjusted, it can with safety be entrusted
to a boy. Full directions accompany each Mill.
No 1, $.15, will grind 8 bu meal per hour with I horse
No 3 50, 44 44 15 44 44 44 1
No 4 60, 44 20 44 44 44 44 2 44
Liberal discount to dealers.
JAMES B. CHAD WICK,
No. 63 Locust street, bet. 2d and 3d
June 23, 1856. vl-n4 St. Louis, Mo.
S. W. COZZENS
ROOT & COZZENS,
Omalxa Ctry, XX. T;
HA'TNGmade arrangemonts by which wo receive
accurate conies of all tho Tnwnshirui n fat
surveyed, in the Territory. WC a.re now rirpna rst in
offer our services to tho citizens of the Territory,
INTENTION TO PRE-EMPT,
I.CCATIXG LAXD WARRANTS.
Land Warrants Bought and Sold,
.Land entered on time, etc
PARTICULAR attention paid to buying and
f-eiun on commission Also in making Collections
man parts or the lerntory and Western Iowa
April 7 43-tf
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
xi o. ma v ine or... bet. Fourth and Fifth.
"ATanufacturcrs and dealers in News, Book and Job
hwwSii? MaterifV4 of Every Description.
P Tf-EOTYWA'C; of all kind-Books, Music,
--- - """"i ii vou x.ngrevings,
Herring's Patent Champion
TTITn Hall's Patent Powder-Proof Locks the
lv f?eJh.at,were aw!rded separate Medals at
the V Td sFair London,185l,apd the World's Fair,
3ew lork, 18j3; and aro tho only American Safes
awarura medals at tho London World's
These Safes are nowadmitted to be superior to any
ever offered to the publio ;' and the subscribers chal
o n .8. A or,J t0 Produce an instance of these
hates failing to preserve, their contents through the
ures or a turgur picking the lock.
The subscribers and their
sons authorized to make and sell Herring's Patent
Champion Safe, with Hull's Patent Powder Proof
R C. TTFTJPTvn. t. nr
. Green-Block, 135, 137 and 139 WtPr Si .
:ir. v and 5 Murray St,New York.
Tailoring! Tailorin-!! TaHorinj:!!!
E. E. PARKER, ,
111. !' .
Auantie street, West of IloblitzeU's Storo.
BROWXVTLT.F. XPMtsvm mmr.
HAVING bought property and Located permanent-
.j " iwer my services to the
public generally, if they want anv iMn,. ;
line of business. I can always be found at my post.
' f tonuij ai, my cencn.
PTK,WarrantetJ oj17" Pay!
-"-"n 10 cutiiDggarments and
laying ofT-work for the Seamstress. The neatest
portion of mvlife ha. i . ie.8l.st
- , . , T " -'uitt to iut iraae. in
in It ICtt-9,d7 mT9!f inferior to especiilly
? ?e!D"in? dePwtiaent, and 1 hope by close at.ten-
wu w ,UJr wnsiness to merit a share cf rnblic
1 . .'... E. E. PARKER.
"'""u"" April iota, 1357. - 4
w xa u t-s Vdf a
LUUL TO YOUR INTERESTS! I !
iT It. 3DX,T73Q,
On Main Street,
lYlereyou will find the best and
. Cheapest Groceries .
AT WHOLES A TP. OR EETAIL.
THE subscriber 'would invite the public to .call
and see his large stock of Groceries, which have
been selected with trreat care, and are now offered at
unusually low rates. Persons in want of Coffee,
iea, ou gar, .Molasses, Cheese, Confectionery, iresh
Fruits in cans. Tnb:icpn. Sppurs. Candies. Lc. and
j . , n , . . -
any Other nrtinln nimtlf Van in a. (jfOCrT DllH
Variety Store, will find it to their advantage to call
uoiuru purcnasmg elsewhere. Also, oy tne wnoio
Sale, as finn a afrwlr t.f T'.rftndipa. Wines. Gin. Mnnnn.
fT&hela.and RvWhiskv. Schnans. Chftmna rn win.
v j - j '
c, as ever was brought up the Missouri river. Fish
oi an Kinds, constantly on hand. , Country froduce
Wanted for which the highest nrie will h rvi'ul
j i i
A share of publie patronage is respectfully solici
ts. ' . - , J. Pw DAVIS.,
Brownville, June ISthi 1?57. ' v2 l-6m
A T .
EvciythiD? that (xmcs
XX ment, at remunera .iv9 wa4 '
July 2.1357. J,eiaC;V
GEXERALL AD if w
Firtt Street r,r,nri,. .0t
Securing Pre-emptions. UmZh
T 1 ttt Ering Laal
Lana Wiirrants l.ivri, ...
Particular Mention. wil, H
selling property on comn.ii and !
mcnts for disUn-t dealer, a -.'it. i
pradford,McLennanAM- iajT SAm
McPhenK.n, Morrison. 4 ulvu
0. H. Barnet, Esg , DaytgS.
OLIVER, BENN RttT?T
XX of goods from their own ini T1
tories.adant. Tj.;oii . .l . ur Hiiu
Purchasers are invited to tiaminV.l '
manufactured and selected '.
warranted of superior quality. i)tfa.T
rcmpt andcarofuJ aitt;..,. vraer5Wl'la
H.it? etermine'd t" ihu;
on hand Jarre and wMl i!...L . - .
wid make to order in good st,5e .r.datre
ur uy any quantity deilrd. '
He also keeps constantlw rn V ..j,..
supply of ready made cloth irg oCW kiniij '
rouTiie, jnne tetn, J3j7. , i.
NEW ARRIVAL '
BUDWNVII'F ' '.-
ANNOUNCES to the public, tbsthe hujnst re
ceived, per Steamer E-.nma. it frlnrw
well assorted stock of Parlor anl Ci Suaci, f
new and improved pattern.i.as flk ws
buanghai JIevated Oven..
COOK SlOtXS, ' .
Suck's Clipper Orai, .. ..
44 Injr9yd R'tt'ern "
Charter Oak "
all of which I pledge myself to sell at u fair i$
and on as aceommodatin? tern u antotiiatiuJ .
lishment in this region of roiiDfnr.
i nave also now on hand erery reni'it! "vrr
of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron wi.r, nl in
to put up gutteringand fpout-ng and !' .v a
in my line, at -short notice, tnd in a t fhuJ
manner, which I warrant to trive satUfacticf.
a aaaro oi patronage ii sohtr.ed.
Brownville, July 16th, 1857.'
Across: tho Shut3
At the Head of the Island alove
To W. S. IlaSl & Co s Saw Mli
rrTIE undcrsignei announces to the I'uWc
JL has purchased the Ferry'prii ilegf gmntat hti v
Son Petpr- lit tha 1 a- S!i,.n ..f tfiff L:ttll'-T
and isnowpreparcd witifanew 3n I sub?tantil''
a nit ;m.9 ChiTl
June 11th, 1857.
M i I ti I Ji U WW IN-
THE undersigned respectfully iifonnitsei-w'1'"
counties that, we now have in cporatioa i'1
L.umber lard in" Brownville. where W3 .
salo a well seleelel stock of I'inc Lumber fttn "n w
3 inches. Ab-o, Pine Siding Worked Flooring. r
Shingles and Pine Lath, all of wbicj 8 wSiieU
FQH' CASH Otf LY
Brownville, Jude 24h'.1857
xy. n. wiiLi.iA.iis '
STOVES & TINWARE
waro is of. my own mannf.tcture. and u M
Wholesale and Retail at St. Louis pri:e.-. .
I wouKl call particular attention t xy stnf ,
COOKING STOVES, comprising the mwt ia)prof
patterns both Air-Tight and Premium. A11?
in use, the Asiatic Air-Tjght, Pioneer and pr:ii-
mium. Also . -
vi various Dues ana raiterns, wnicu -
SELL LOWER THAN ANY UOLiSE LN" T0f-
Particular attention raid to making and i u
up Tin Gutters, in tlis town and country
pairing done on short notice and on ri su jnaMe tr
Old copper, Brass and Pewter taVen in eioba
ior worx or ware.
it- ,v wri I I lM."
Oregon, Mo., Ju yJ-.
For jSJLe. -
t v. iirin.
i SjEnfiulre of It. TT. FurnaV 'A lvcriiwOive.
lincnanan Liiie and ueat; .
OfGca eor 2d and Ju!e sti.,
CHARTERED AT THB LAST PESSIOX Ot THK
Aatnonzea rapnoi $;,wv'
J. B. Jennin-.. I. It. Howard. J. A. Own. .
t uuiu, if uuu wiaoun,"un jiim - -
James Kayi N. J.-McA;han A. G. Mawfic -
N; K. McAshax, feoo'y. .
TH now ready to receive application
f(r Uie, i
X marine ana nivcrrism.' a cmn .- , ..ei
cent, will be allowed on cargo preiaiopi -
promptly adjusted, and the usaal faci-itie, ;1
taepitronn ol.tne oauc. it 31
DAVID H. S'LACGHLIX. 1
. Boots Shoes & eJc1
SO. 87 ITALY STREET. A-m?
m irrs -r : irionnoiw
A gon and the pablie in-general that he h
hand the most extensive stock of Stovt-J n' '
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