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yTILLE, DEC. 17, ISoT.
... if naid in advance,
at tbe end of 6 months,
rtR - . u
12 " JOB
'' f or more will
be furnished t $1,60 per
caj.li accompanies ike cider, not
re additions of Xew Type, ?it,
i. .Tl-nt exien-i
. .... Ur.irtTfUi. I
rds. &.C., made to the "Adver-
- i . . l,Ji tr,.rk !n
-' l, hvnvoffloc. The proprietor being
rr biniself. n Bavins rn his employ an
experienced Fancy joo rnnter, i oe-
out-dime in tiic execution ot jot. ora
f"ui ' ..n of Ftcr's latest improved Card .
' . i Blank-
vr..rk in Colors, Bronze Work, fc.c; will
' -ui. particular attention.
( m distance will be promptly attended to,
. V ulrraiited ive satisfaction or no pay.
. . For 1 be Nebraska Advertiser.
are different classes of truths
the subject of temperance
1 1' II. .
1Tv:cD are respectively appucawe 10
.: e different conditions of life. On the
pre'iit occasion I solicited the attention
rich and educated. I trust I will
ted in demonstrating that either their
ran use. of the old king, or, as it much
r ....-.-. 1 t . Vionrvpnc
these for; whose indulgences they
' u suffer, is the grand procunn
JjL'ir misf fertunes and their social inequa
li,v. I trust 1 will prove to the satisfac
of ever' rejecting mind that if this
aie source cf degredation could be dried
reat majority of the community
Id rise tothe possession oi conipeieutx.
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Ik: it may be asked ; How can all this
U wiibuf preat profit, how can property
rurem'being, be lost by the intemperate
viiout being gained by the temperate ?
drunkard realizes toe table oi me
"Destruction is ail arouna mm.
The house in wiiion ne lives aescwiua
wkfa a swif ler -decayi The farm he ma
forirets to bear the life sustaining
..i 1 f J A -
hurrestand is luxuriant only in briars j
aal horns; weeds choice out the grass in
Lis fields ; insects consume his orchard ;
r,U-n is smitten .witn Larrenness ;
.Lis feiwt -fall and lay open his crops to
'dofredation;- his cattle becomes like the
.ia kino of Pharaoh. If . he is engaged
his calculations always err; his
D.s prove inadequate to the execution
of Brians; ne. consort
rperswho defraud him; he seeks to :
Gambling and that
Tr:neveLis lonune i.y .gaiuuuuS
he be a
course to inevitable i
is cn:y a
mechanic, his right t
bud forgets its cunning
ioaae whose parts will nof go together.
If c tailor, he spoils the cloth He. would
His work of what-
rrtr kind it may be ceases to be enquired j
Ifier and -bears the lowest price in mar- j
1 . .1 c
,:t. in nne, wnaiever me otxupauuu 01 ;
Dtemperate manmayhe, disaster at- !
fcd. him. His rashness upsets a stage, j
; Ls acglisence explodes a power mUl or j
.aaeacboat; his foolhardiness Ayrecks a
.Li?.-- Out of the countless millions of 1
uralih which every year are cast into ;
is ocean, a few dollars may fall upon
hallows or near the shore and he
Leciaimed; the restsinks into unfathom
ahle depths and is lost forever.
Srinnp "Rnltprt FVltnn rirtd hppn n Knt.t.i.
. . 1
suppose the long, laborious and secluded
Tkd hpehthy Eli "Whitney in inventing
an.d perfecting the cotton gin had been
pent in u urp room, yet who .can doubt
"tiat intemperance has robbed our country
if many Fuitons and many Whitney s. "We
inow that the brightest-minds are most
subject to its-diafjolicd seductions. "Who
:a .the. circle of "his own acquaintances
d?s not reriiwnbersome shining intellect,
-).le IrigLt orb of mind rising in splendor
-;iu rapidly ascending to a refulgent day,
ut suddenly shrouded in everlasting
2.:rht ? And by what means do all this
iery and woe come uix)n : mankind ?
answer is plain ; some wealthy mer-
tiiants import liquor from abroad that they
l iay increase their wealth ; some capital
ists, from the nutritious grains and the
JA-'Iiug fruits of the earth, distill it at
lsae that they may add to their capital;
t.'.e legiilatures invest ce rtain subordinate
tribunals with discretionary power to
tnt so many licenses as the public good,
-s as the public good," for such is the
qhemous phraseology of .the law, may
Squire. To men. who are themselves
iJi-fortably and happily situated, one
lr-is not long and the licenses, are
e"-ntcd. Forthwith every licensed per
! - repair? to his' appointed place, opens
-- fountains 'of destruction, and the work I
gii:s. 'In one region, a peaceful citizen
h tutchrred, in another midnight blazes
T conflagration, in a third the earth-
voice of riot is heard at its work
1 demolition. From all sides a 'rushing
of. affright . and contentioa afflicts
far, mingled with such groans of ao
i.( as never came from the -dark temples
ye druids-where human victims were
ruiced- by hundreds. This process
: -as -simple, and, my readers, it is sim
S': 'ca, horrible in its -simplicity, and it
fatal as if is simple. The
it" is simple. The death-
tat Lat roes but from the executive
r-aer. under tb
sign manual of the
. . . -
! !Vertior and authenticated
by the great
?'H.of the stat
, 3 .
e; commanding the sheriff
; -ectitioa upon the body of a mele
, 'ort is not more certain to be executed
Ti .n .t -
Viat body than under our
i " cia usages these evils are
4 -'ted. v.-,v
to be in-
' : i ca ret'Jrnmg season npon
l 7 cf society, at that annual meet
" k Ur.-ciy Eni county officers at
C"ar' accordg to law and custom, licen
U; rt generally granted, after the last
' erhas received his ckartcrof des-
traction and retired, and while the official
dignitaries who hare granted it are left
for a moment alone, suppose their reason
should faithfully perform its cfice-by
bringing causes and e ffecis ; together, by
presenting iatire very room where' the
licenses had been granted he effects of
.those licenses for the corning year, sup
pose that on closing the book 'where their
decisions are recorded, suddenly, quick as
thought, a terrific vision'of Cthe future
consequences of, their conduct should start
into living reality before "them. . Here,
miirrf prpr H-irfc nthn-nrt thP rnnm nnn news
down his victim before their eyes. There
the outbursting flame reveals the flying
incendiary. Here caged beneath their
feet howls and shrieks the victim cf deli
rium. On this side of the tribunal the
gray hairs of a parent are brought down
'with sorrow to the grave by the worse
than parricidal blows of an impious son.
Apart and alone, her frame convulsed
with unspeakable agonies and her tear
ful eyes covered with her hands, kneels
and prays with unavailing prayer the
once happy wife; song and smile no
longer come unbidden to herlips ; . she
seeks seclusion ; she ilies from sympa
thy ; for the voice of the tenderest con
solation tortures her like fire. Where
now are those burning vows of love,
those attestations of undying fidelity,
which imprecated the vengeance of hea
ven on their violation ? Vows and at
testations which she had garnered in her
heart and made an idol treasure. Th?se
priceless pearls they too have been sto
len and melted in the cup of abomina
tion. See all around those groups of
desolate children; hunger and naked
ness have been their father's love, and
snow and winter storms their mother's
breast and sonjr.
But I will not. I cannot delineate these
intolerable reaiities. They cannot be
spoten ty mortal tongue. They cannot
be j bv mortal raiu(L
Isovv, if the more favored classes of
our society will do nothing to arrest the
progress of intemperance, which more
than all things else creates bad men and
mnl-ps bad.mpn worse, thev mav well
coun for their
perty and fof their families,
h table jaud
h hVAnr nf nonular
will break below their feet. The tumults,
the outbreaks of violence which have al
ready happened, are only tremulous vib
rations foretokening the earthquake that
is yet to come. Fiercer paroxisms will
ensue sun snocks irom Deneatn as win
upheave Q foundations of law and
lhe 0f justice,
Q hose classes of society against
each other ag gteady earth
hself were 5 were rocking
plun ia its orbit. The favored
cWs may think they occupy favoreJ
apartments the ship but tf it does
f , , . ,
j with the steerage Some philanthropists
j among whom was that excellent man Dr.
Woodward, who wrote a series of essays
on the subject for the press, proposed
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uie trtcuuu ut a iiutptuii tur tucuiwics
like a hospital for the insane. My friends,
the only true asylum for inebriates has
been constructed. It was constructed in
the year 1550, in the State of Maine. '
Neil Dow was the builder, a nobler archi
tect than Sir Christopher Wren, or those
who poised the dome of St. Peter in the
upper air. It is the grandest asylum
ever erected or conceived, for its base
embraces the whole area of the State,
its walls are co-extensive witn tne boun
daries of the State, and it has g. dome
no less lofty and resplendent . than the
arch of heaven above. Wherever the
means ef inebriation are excluded, there
is the true asylum for inebriates.
Massachusetts and Rhode Island have
spread the protecting arches of this roof
over their soil. Minnesota has already
done the same like a young man resol
ved to be strong and great, and therefore
taking the early vow that promise wisdom
and length of days. I trust that the Ex
celsior Territory, Nebraska, will follow
v.: i j i .
ixitij. cAduiie-, ana Decome a Mate in
morals as well as in power. And then
from the Ocean to the great lakes, water
and not fire shall be the nourisher of man
and joy and not woe the companion of his
H. F. Hark,
It IS reiresnmrr in fVooo hftrA
times to find the poor printer occasionally
remembered, and our especial thanks are
due to friend Clakk for a box of ex
cellent and fine flavored cigars.
Mr. Clark has recently purchased the
establishment formerly owned by J. R.
Davis, and having made large additions
thereto is now prepared to fill criers for
any amount ani style of Groceries, either
at wholesale or retail. Those patronising
him will find a liberal dealer, and an ho
nest straightforward business man.
Of the Baltimore Clothing Si ore, has
just received a large supply of new cloth
ing which will be sold low for cash.
Dake ia a general favorite, end serves his
frjends with a genial good humor
freshing tg see. Call and examine.
Tlie TVasMngiQii Union.
Published at Wash
ington, D. C, is a strictly national4 pa
per, upholds States rights, and js the or-
gan of the National Democratic party and
of the Administration. No" Democrat
should be without it and no one can be
fully posted on matters connected with the
administration, unless he peruses the col
umns of this paper. Ed ited and publish
ed by TYw H. Harris, an "able writer
and v sound National Democrat.
Published at "Washington,
D. Ci, W. D. Wali.ace, editor and pro
prietor, is a desirable literary and politi
cal journal," The Star is Administration,
and reliable as to its information and ge
neral intelligence. Sound on all questions
of interest it is invaluable to the general
reader and should be in every household.
f J. II. JitlXXICn respectfully invites Ladies and Gen
tlemen to call at Lis Anibrotrpe Gallery, where speci
men pictures caii be seen of tte first quality, and where
you can haTe a miniatHre taken tliat cannot be Kurpaed
in beat ty and durability, and which will be warranted
nt to change in any country r climate. Children can
b taken el fair days in from two to live secoubi.
Please pive me a call,
I'll try to accommodate all.
Lockets and Breastpins Filled.
3""Ofllii Xeiuaha Valley Banting House.
t-2-lt Browiiville, Dcc2, 1S37- ''
$6000 Scrip Wanted,
For the aame amount of Real Eutate in Brownville at
low ngtires. Apply to
-' tUSIIDAUGH & CARSON
, FOR RENT.
A good 4omfortatle House bi1 email eUb'.e, in a tract
of laud adjoiuinp Die city of Bruwnville.
u23-3t Dec 5, 1S57 - HOADLEY k. MU1R.
I will give employment to a good, industrious Putter,
well acquainted with the business.
n23rr BrownvU!e, Pec 5, 1857.
CL.EYEL.AIVD VltAIX DEALER
Will commence the seventeenth volume on the first
dy of Jacuanrncxt. It will continue a Xational Pe
tnucratic Journal, readable iu every State and Territory
of this Union; The Plain Dealer lias now leen publish
ed seventeen years by the tarns individual ; has fought
Hve Presidential, and twenty-one State Campaigns with
out missing an insue, and is now iu better pluct to flpht
tbe battles of DemocracT than ever. Hand to baud have
we contended with Know JCothingism, UrccIeyUm, Bce-
tufiiui, iiiu oiaca .Republicanism ; until now we see
theational Democracy triumpqaiit o'er them all. The
National Administration is ours Pennsylvania. Iowa.
Minnesota, and Ohio have been gloriously redeemed. It
iseontidentty predicted that in three years, or by the
neat Presidential election, every State and Territory in
the Union. will be Democratic.
We huve passed through an extraordinary year. While
the earth has brought forth in unusual abundance, and
the lancl is burdened with a surplus of rich products;
bauks bsive been burstinjt about u on every side; and
panic, lite "the pestilence that walks at uoou-day," has
pervadel all branches of business. This paper bubble
system burst just in time to save the farmer harmless,
havinfi still in hand his crops instead of worthless bank
rash, . r
E TEXTS OF THE TEAR TO COHE.
The policy of the new Xational Administration is to be
established. A new Congress, Deatocratic in both bran
ches, is soon to assemble. The President's First Annual
Message is tobcdelivared. The new State Minnesota.
Kansas, and Oregon to be admitted. Our Union is to
be enlarged to thirty-four States. In Ohio, an Indepen
dent Treasury is to be established; and the Black Repu
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vance; and no papers will be forwarded until the receipt
of the money. " .
tjTlJC proprietor of "The States" was one of the ori
ginal founders of the 'Washington Union,' and his long
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of that paper justifies him in promising a paper well
worthy of thei r pattonage.
XATIOXAL POLICE GAZETTE.
This GreatJournal of Crimes and Criminals is in its'
country It is the first paper of the kind published in the
United States, and is dlstintive in its character It has
lately passed into tbe hands of Geo WMaUell &-Co, by
whumi: will hereafter be conducted Ut Hatscll was
formerly Chief cf Police of Xcw Tork City, and he will
prvbably render it one or the most interesting papers in
the country Its editorials are forcibly written, and of
a character that hhouid command for the paper universal
33uberiptions. $2 per annum ; $1 for six month,
to le remitted by sabscribers, (who thou Id write their
names and the town, county, and 6tate where they re
bide plainly) To , '
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Xational Police Gazette, Xew Tork City
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
VINING & SWAIN,
Importers and Hanuiactarers of Cigars
Tobacco Commission Mercliants,
86, Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Keep constantly on hand a full and complete assortment
GEKMAJf, DOiTESTIC, AND HAVANA CIGARS
(For acconnt of the Manufacturers, and for sale at their
prices) every Tariety of
Virginia 3Iannfactured Tobacco
To which the attention of Dealers is respectfully Invited
!5"Country orders will be put up, subject to tbe ap
proval of the purchaser, and if nut satisfactory, can be
held suUject to our order
YINTXG k SWAIN,
T. E. HAYCOOK.
w Attorney at Law
EEAI ESTATE AGEITT.
Honat Ternon, Kciaalta Co.,
Particular attention paid to tbe practice of law and col
lection of debt ia Ibc countie of Nemaha, Pawnee,
Sanson, and Eaciardson, Xetraska Terrii-ory.
Heal isatate taairht and old m cowmltwion. Land
warrants located for distant dealrrs. Pre-emption
papers careful )r prepared.
Sm. TJ. Elbert, Plattsmouth. N. T.
D P Bonnet, Nebraska city, X T
U Richardson, Omata dly, Js' X
Penner Fereuson, BC, Bcllevue, If T
Cissadir it Test, Baukers, Oonnci Bluff; liw
Ck .k , S eirennt & Cook, Fort Desntuinee, Iowa
Pfceniber t. 1K57 . r.31?
Iotice to Tax Payers.
The payers of Xemaha county are herebv notified
that taxes are nw due, and that I am prepared at all
times receive and receipt for tlie same. Taxes not paid
on or before tae fcrw of unuarr, H53, will be sntw
ject to a Renal tj t cat-; v j fcrit.t. per' annum ad.
lUUona 1, axr(iiinj to our Uevi t up w.
B,. J. f AlScr, Xres. Xctnaha co.
Prospectus for llic Fourth Tear
- or THE
COSMOPOLITAN.; ART 'ASSOCIATION,
-Ending January 28th, 1S5S.
' ' ' '. . tvhchash or the
FA3I0US DISSELCORF GALLERY OF
HE PTJECHASE OP THE
WORLV RENOWNED STATUE
Powers' Greek Slave!
The JXanaKcrnent bavejrreat saUsf action in announcing
that tbetKui'.poli(n Art Association, after three years
of unparalleled success, enters uponita l ourtlt year un
der the most brilliant auspices. The purchase of the
irreat Dusseldorf collectiu of painting t a cost of one
hundred and ciphty thousand dollars.! And the re-purchase
of Powers' celebrated statue of the Greek Slave, at
a cost of six thonsaud doliart, together with several hun
dred other valuable work ef Art, render the inducement
to subscribe irrca'.er then any berctorore offered. Among
tbe large and vlub;e collection of paintings tq be awar
ded as premiums to subscrilers, on the 23;ii oi January,
1S38, are many Trow the DuelKrf Paintings, embrac
ing the well known Othello end Dcxdemctw, The Fai
ries, The NjmphoJ V,an, The Trial of IIuu, bx.,
with uunieruiifc others of snrpasing beauty and value.
The works in Marti '.e will embrace Powers' fatuous
and original statue, The Creek Slave, also the following
beautiful works in Carrara marbie : The Statue of Au
rora, The Statue of Fxuche, The Xymph of Arno,
The Student, Fidelity; riabracinz, in all, several
hwidred niagnifitent and cohtiy works iu Pruning, Sculp
ture, and Bronze. . .
Terms of Subscription:
Every person subscribins three dollars before the 28th
of January next, 1868. i entitle! to the large and costly
steel Engraving Manifest Dettiny a splendid $3 en
graving, also a copy r the Cosmopolitan Art Journal one
year tbe most bcautUul magazine i America; also to
a certiUcate in the award of premiums, by .which a tine
work of Art may he received gratis; also to a free ticket
of admission to the Dnsseldorf and Cosmopolitan Galle
rier, fortheyear Thus it is seen that for every three
dollars paid, the subtcriber not only reeeivt s a splendid'
, three dollars engraving, but also, the beautifully illus
trated twodollar Art journal, one year, together with a
I certificate in the annual award of premiums, by which a
; valuable work of art in painting or sculpture may be re
; ceived in addition, giving to every subscriber on errniva
I lent to the value wf Ave loUars, ami a ccrtifcate iu the
award of premiums, gratia. .;..
JdThe engraving "Saturday Kighf'wUl he tarnished
in place of Hamlest Destiny if deircL- .
To those w ho prelcr the .Magazines in place of the en
graving and Art Journal, the Association, will furnifh,
with a certificate in the award of premium, any one of
t the following 3 uagazinea, viz : - . .- -
; Emerson's Magazine and Putnam's Monthly, (combined)
, The Atlantic Alagazine, Harper's Jaagaiine, Gtidey's
.. lady's .magazine, uranaci's, Blackwood's, South
ern Literary Messenger,
Or any oneof the following British Quarterlies, vii :
Edinburgh, North British, Westminster, -And
Loudon Quarterly Bcvicws, or Littel's Living Age,
and twocertificatc.i, 6.
Owing to the new Feries of the Art Journal, It cannot
be furnished free to any except to thote who subscrtbe to
the Engraving. To all others it i a year in advance.
A copy of either f the above Magrzinen, and a copy of
. the Cosmopolitan Art Journal will be iurnished for $5,
' including two certificates in the award of premiums.
Thoe subscribing $6 for two memberships, taking any
i one of the above Magazines and ihe Engraving, will be
entitled to the Art Journal free and two certificates in
tne award or premiums. Persons taking live member
hbips, remitting $15, will be entitled to an extra copy or
the Eiigraoing and Certificate.
Address C. L. DEKBT, Actuary C. A. A.,
W8, Broadway, Hew York.
Subscriptions received by
11. W. FURNAS, Hon.Sec'y.
DISSOLUTION OF C0-PARTNEES11IP.
The co-partnership heretofore exisUng between J. II.
Maun and A. -M. Holladay, under tbe name and style of
j J. H. Maun & Co., is this day dissolved by mutual con
! sent. . .
j It is anxiously desired that the affairs of the firm be
I immediately settled; therefore tohsewhonew of believe
. themselves indebted in any manner whatever will take
due warning. It must be done ami that too without de
. lay. All debtfiniust be paid to A- S. Holladay,. who
; will be found for the present at the Post-Office. .
; n22-::ov. 25. 37. - 'A. S. HOLLADAY.
PINE LUMBER ! ! !
THE undersigned respectfully inform th oitizecr
of Brownville, and Nemaha ami surrounding
counties that we now have in operation a Fine
Lumber Yard in lirownville, where ve keep for
suit a well selected stock of Fine Lumber from tc
3 inches. Also, I'ine Siding Worked Flooring, Pine
Shingles and Tine Lath, all of which e will sell t
fair prices .
3? OB CASH OI3XT. ."
Hrownrille, June 24lh,185T.
W. II. WIIXIAJISy:
' WHOLESaXK AND' KBTaJb JJEALIli 'IN : r
STOVES & TIN WAKE
. Oregon, XkXo'm9 " '
i rTIAKES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or
j 1 gon and the public in general, that he has on
hand the most extensive stock of Stores and Tin
: ware, ever offered in this market. Mr stock of Tin
' ware is of mj own manufacture, and is for sale at
Wholesale and Ketail at St. Louis prices,
i I would call particular attention to my stock of
COOKING STOVES, comprising the most improved
: patterns both Air-Tirht and Premium. Among them
. may be found Filly's .Charter Oak, the best stove now
, in u?e, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Pioneer and prize Pre
: mium. Also
Parlor & Box Stoves
Of various Siies and Patterns, which I will
SELL LOWEH THAN AXY DOUSE IX TOWN.
Particular attention paid to making and patting
up Tin Gutters, in the town and country. Also, re
pairing done on short notice and on reasonable terms.
Old copper, Brass and Pewter taken in exchange
for work or ware. W. W. WILLIAilS,
vl-n5 Oregon, Mo.; July 5, 1856.
It. V. ItlUIR.
JCJ-Enquire of B. VT. Furnas, 'Advertiser Office.'
Across the Shute
At the Head of the Island above
To IT. S. Hall &. Co's flaw Mill.
I npilE undersigned announces bo the Public that he
J. has purchased the Ferry privilege eranted Jack-
eon Peter?, at the last Session of the Legislature,
I and is now prepared with a new and substantial boat,
I at all times to a:'Eccdalc the publis. Charges
Jane 11th, 1857. 3S-3m
S irg? O "V 2E5
ANNOUNCES to the public that he has just re
ceived, per Steamer Emma, a very lurge .and
well assorted stock of Parlor and Cook Stores, cf
new and improved pattem",ss follows
Shanghai tlevated Uvcn.
Buck's Clipper Oven.
fmprortd Patter u ' '
Charter Oak 41 " u
all of which I pledge myself to sell at as fair rate
and on as accommodating terms as any other estab
lishment in this region of country. ' -
I have also now on hand every mraisite variety
nf Tin ronwr and Shc;t Iron ware, and am prepared
to put up guttering and spouting ami all other wrk
?n m,lin. at short notice, and in a workmanlike
manner, which I warrant to give satisfaction.
A share of ratronaSe is solicited jg'
Brownville, July 16th, 1S57. r2D51y
NATH'L POPE COUSIN,
Land and General Agent,
Ilarinz rcii:ned the slutation which he has held
the Ueueral Land Oiflce for the last twenty years in
chanrecf the Pre-emption Bureau offers lilnsei vices ia
the nroMCUtiua of cldims before the DeiartntfTit, under
shpnre-ectDtion laws, town site act of 1&4I, fcc. k.c.
Mr. c. will also cive attention to cases betjre the Pen-
ion office, proccre Land Warrant to parties eutitled.
and prosecute claims before Lonprc?.
scrrns T6 !
alon. s A . Doug:ia. iittw., U. g. Semite,
J. 1). Bri;iht, Indiana,
C.X.Sman, alkfeigsn, .-..,
R. J..hdson. Arkansas, "
Dan'l Wells, Wisconsin, House Kepa.
Jl -J.'t Bi;tn. llji,nu, f
shr. B. Sandidpi;,' Jyiuif iar.a,
VKini-A:'riemiricts,I(Vifr JstLl Ofdoe
J. S-Hiiwm, Esq! chief Clerk ,
lion. E. K. Ilniitinpiton. Ei:vtnr. In liana.
Jam Sf.ields, FxkTdtn'r,' 2HaunMu
Messrs. Sweeny, pent K Co,, fianrtaa, Washrnton
r.tiro &. bourse, " do flo
Ca:.bb Brotbera. tf0
4 Suterr Ja t co, do o0
Also, tothe trict LandOmoers senerallv, and to
K vrii1 bniM,'6' at ,beseat vt R"vernn,ent
for years. fs tusiness letters will rtcesve atten-
won unices afvpfwrvo-j v ' f r 1 1 in -r ! ..n
Porter's Spirit or tlie Times.
General Per chasing Agency.
THE constantly increasing demand npoansta execute
coiumKsioiis for the purchase of all kinds of articles, bah
for resident and non-resident of the city, hasfiudoced
us to establish, in connection with our newrpaper 'enter
prise, a ,
' Pnrcliaslng Bareaa J J
under the immediate supervision of one orjour firm, as
sisted by tbe most accomplished experts, for supplying
ang article in the world. i
Particular attention will be paid to tne selection, par
chase, and aalewf thorough-bred Cattle and Horse Stuck,
trained Dags, Ferrets, and fancy Fowls, Carriage, Buggy,
and Saddle Horses, Carriages, Harness and Saddler, Time
Watches, every description of Eire Arms, Sporting Arti
cles, Pishing Rods and Tackle, Mnsic and 31 usical Instru
ment, Yachts, Sail and Kow Boats. Furniture, flue Wines,
Liquors, and Sisars; Cricket and Bal i BaU, Pad, A.C., ac
AGRiCTLTrRAL IMplevehts, of the latest and meet
improved kinds ; Seeds, Plants, Fruit, Forest and Shade
trees, aa all kinds of Books treating on subiectsftf im
portance to the Farmer, Horticulturist, aad Florist. .
State Books Engaged in advance, on S tea mors and
Packets to leave for Europe. California, the West Indies,
or any part of the wurld. This will obviate the necessity
to residents of inland t iwns, and places where no steamer
agencies exist,(of coming to Kew Tork two or three weeks
in advance as they, are now frequently required t do
either toobtain passage, or to secure eligible accommoda- J
turns. In thU department, we will be ready to secure
Rooms at Hotels at favorable rates, so as to protect
the stranger from imposition as well as inconvenience;
and, iu short, to per.'ortn any description of commission
that would ordinarily require the presence of the party
himself. . .. .
Gentlemen who desire to form libraries, or who may
wish to procure the Choice Literature of the day, can
always rely upon our judgcnM-ut and selection. Also,
Blank books and Stationery, and Book and Xews Paper,
FOR THE LADIES, we will procure the latest Fashion
Platef, styles of BJhnets, samples of the newest varie
ties of goods, cosmetics, perfumes, and fancy articles, and
we shall always be p leaned to f urnhdi everything connect
ed with their wants.
In short, for any service. which may be required, the
public may rely upon os, with tbe most perfect confluence
lor fidelity, and dispatch. Anptvto
GEO. W- WILKES k. CO.,
Porter's Spirit of the Times, 348 Broadway, K. T.
N. B. Subscriptions for Porter's Spirit of the Times,
a Sporting Literars, Agricultural, Family Weekly Jiews-
puper, may be forwarded to the same directicu. Terms,
$J a year.- .-:,:...'.
Pioneer of .Nebraska.
Late Cash'r Xenuha Valley Bk
BR0WXV1LLK K'KRRASCA, -
OUR attention will be given to tbe following business
Tit: .- : - '.
To the buying of Bank notes, and. loanlngjmoneyon
good security, .
and sel Iiug of Eastern Excliange.
" " Land Warrants, - '
collection of debts in Kebraska, Iowa, Northern
Missouri, and Kansas.
buying and selling of farm", town lets, or unim
proved lauds. . . ...
selection, and entry of Lands for settlers "Tor
others, cither with land warrants or money.' '
Remittances can be made to us in Drafts, or Deposited
with Banks or Bankers subiect to our order.
We will enter lands with Warrantsor Cash, pay all fees,
taxes and commissions for one-third of (he gross profits,
accruing from the sale of tbe lands,
In Kebraska and Kansas from two to three millions
acres of the finest lands in the Uuion are being offered for
sale. Foreign capitalists will find here a rich field for In
vestment. Investments judiciously mde In Western
lands and town lots are now paying from fitly to five hun
dred per cent.
We solicit the patronage of the public, confident that
cur experience and knowledge in the business will enable
lis to give entire satisfaction.
Having a large acquaintance in tbe Mississippi valley
it will not be difficult to give references when required
by corresponcnt8, as regards our standing; and will at all
times cheerfully answer all letters of enquiry.
Brownville, June 25th, 1S57. v23-ft
GEO. S. EAYER & CO.,
I ESTATE 1DQH
General Land Agents,.
Glenwood, " iPlattsmoutli,
alii la co, Iowa, - . Uasa co, Nebraska.
"T 7ILL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Inves
Y tiratin Titles, Paying Taxes, Investinff mon
ey, Baying and Selling Town Lots, Boyhrg: belling
ana Locating Land v arrants, and an oiner business
connected with their profession ia Western low and
J. M. LEWIS, Associate Attorcev.,
KEFERIiNCES: " : i
Greene, Weare & Benton,
G. Doughty & Co,
Greene, Wenre & Rice,
Greene A Weare, ;
Council Bluffs, Iowa,
W U. il
Ft. Des Moines : '
Cedar Rapids, ;
Glenwood, Iowa, . ,
. u .
Vineentown, J. J;
A txon & Goodman,
Tootle &. Greene,
N. V . Thomas,
Schooly & Son
Gen. Wm. Irick,
Heed & Son,
Robinson & Bro,
Burlington Co. Bank,
TO THE PUBLIC.
OntbeS6;hof January last, I conditionally contracted
to sell to Robert Hawk and J. G. Jielvin a part of the
land known as Neal's Point. Said contract has been for
feited by the failure of said Ilawkand Melvinto comply
with the conditions on their part. I therefor, take this
method of warning the public not to purchase stock in
said land or in a town cat led Alamo, which I understand
is about to be raid out on said tract, from any persons.
I am the sole owner of said land, and will make no titles
upon sales by either of the above named ftentlempn. 1
further state that although Ibuve therishtto retain the
amount they paid me as a forfeiture. I am not disposed to do
so, and now notify all persons concerned that lam ready
and willing to refund to Messrs Ilawk aud ilelvin the
amount thev paid me on said conditional purcb je.
Aupust loth, 1857. LOCIS It EAT,.
Emigrant's Land Hunter ! ! ! .
EOYT &. SMITH
Nemaha City, and Pleasantville, If. T.
Land Warrants Bought and Sold.
ENTERED OX TI3IE.
Land Claims and Town Lots
BOUGHT AND SOU).
Investments Made for Distant Dealers.
BEING practical Btrveyrirs and one havim? bad three
years experience in the "West," will devote oar entire
time and special attention to the Selection and Entry of
land or claims for settlers aud all those desirinc choice
locations. Address, . ,
IIOVT is. SiflTTI.
Xemaha City, X , T.
A Schuyler, Republic, Seneca co., Ohio.
HI Sear les, Tiffin City, " " "
Dr P Inntkeep, Dayton. Iowa co., Iowa.
Rev W Kinj;, Archer, Richardson Co., N. T.
S Wiseman, Genoa BlufTi, Iowa.
J P Schuyler, Novelty Works. N. T.
F Ferpuson, Brownville, X. T
Clinton D Turner, Attica. Seneca on., Ohio.
E3 Letters f Enquiry Promptly Answered. 3
A usust 13th, 1857. a3-n9 ly
J. T. IIORX
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE,
ILTS AND CAPS,
Kails. Plo iv s, stoves, Furniture, &c
Arril 9th. 1S57. 43-tf
15,000 IbS. OfBaCOn For sale, cheap for
Uan. by LI r Ulw a. fiUli.
Sonora, Mo, April 9th, 1857. -tf
To The Public.
On the 2Sih of January last, we, Robert Ilawk end
Jihn G. Melrin, purchased cf Loui. Xeal the L"
kiviw-g a "eari f or Alamo -ftraska Teniory,
which we have paid for in roll, and for which we bold his
Quit-Claim deed, and also a bond for a Warranty cod m
oqs as he thall receive a Patent therefor. Thee.'miitioflj
of said bond have been compiled wi:h totlie letter on our
part. We. The said Ilawk and Jlelvin and onr associates,
torewars 2.11 k.m It maj concern tot to purchase of said
I IuU Neal any part of said tract or town site, take any
'" 'or stoiie therefrom, or make any luitrove-
v. , , . . Lis rirhta to the
wrts U14.ft.1tj, as pe ntet; foT.," . T
ame tn the proj'er courts. - " "
-i V 1 -' ROBT. VIXWTt,
SOUS G. MtfLTIK,
S. T. XTC ROLLS,
. 3t. TOOTLE.
?AC()B F. HAWt, '
fi.n. EiTnuocK, -
5 WM. K. DILIAOX,
li. W. HAWt.
7 f Trriiwx-VlV.
Piret rt, between Hi
HAVE purchased the above
2. an I Atlantic. .
named saloon, tormerly
owned by Wo. Alderman, and now announce U.ei' readi
ness to tickle the epicurian tastes of the Brownviiiian
and others with every varioty of good tftiugs Easily xe;t
in inch establishments. Tis here yo c.u rt-t your r :e
eyr.srs, sar'Lnoi, lobster, tresh veV.i .,i, prairie r' t
ens, and sucii Le nnj socio of that fc.orious ale
with which to wah it d-wn. Give ua a call.
November 11, lScT. n20-ly
New Arrangement !
D. A. CQCIIIUN h CO.
Dealers In Groceries, lc-
Post OfSce Bnild.n?, Tlain Etreet.
Hereby inform the publi that they bare purchased le
stock of goods formerly belonr"" r J. H. KirnkCo.,
of this city; bavemaile addi.. reto, aud are now
offering for sale in the same roi verychoice selec
urocenes, HOHORS, PttallOnerj",
Extra rice I'oltleti Ilraadles.
Trincs, CortlliUs, Prescrred
Fruits & Confectionarr.
Purchasers mar rely npon obtaining from us nothirg but
pure and excellent articles. We solicit a share of pa
trmage. . . .
ypvember 11, 1S57. riO-lyg
Scott city Steam Saw-LIill
JOHN C. HUFFMAN,
Scott City, Mo-
(Immediately owosite Brownville, X. T.)
Announces to the public that he has leased the new
steam saw-mill recently erected by Hr. ileek, located
as above, and is now prepared to furnUh tbe citixetiH of
Missouri and Nebraska with an extra quality of Lckbeb
of every description and
of an excellent quality. Ashore ot patronage U solicited.
November 11, 1857. n20-ry
I have-just received an entirely new and larre
SLTERion - coors,
A W 1. B'.ll l ! JUWUIMWIQ i( us ad mil j
establishment in the West,'
I hare now in' store a treat Tariety of tbe fol
lowing articles, which were purchased fot CASH
and consequently, can sell theap on the samo terms:
IUTS AND GAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
IIAROTTARE AD CXTLiaiY,
BOOTS, AND SHOES,
Heady Iade Clothing.
And a fin assortment of .
Such as L .
Salaratus, - -
..... , Ginjer,
. . '1 . Allspice,
19 November 5th. etc., etc.
w. prrrr. x. o. riLrixsox.
PDETT & WILKINSON, .
I r 3 n
J j" "Sj fry '
Until - HTl
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
i'OMAJDJ, N. T.
Will attend to all business entrusted to their care
. - ! BEf EKXNCES
CoL Jesse Williams,' Fairfield, Iowa.
Got. Joe. A. right,
Mr. F. N. Rooek,
lion. John G. Davis,
lion. Geo. L. Miller,
Indianapolis, Ind, '
Omaha City, X. T.
E. S. DUNDY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
. ABcnr-B, mcrjAnrsoiT co. yr. t.
TCTLL practice in the several Courts of the 2d Judicial
District, aud attend to all matters connected with the
Profession. War. McLexnak, Esq., of Nebraska City,
will assist me in the prosecution of important Suits.
The Steam Ferry Boat
TQ POXTTKi TO T?T?0VJVTTX"R
IO OUJll U IU DliV VY V MslsT,
ERASTUS E. PARKE1T
IS now prepared to prepare and make out Pre-empt ion pa
pers and warrant tbem to be correct. I have taken the
trouble to post myself np in rcp&rd to tbe Pre-emption
Laws and contested Claims, and will always feel pleasure
in giving advice, is, to those who may call on me. Hav
ing a desire to remain permanently settled in Nemaha
county, I will exert my time and talents to the advance
ment of our new and prosperous county and the Territory
Xiand Warrants Bought and Sold.
OFFICE, one door West of Crane k. llill's.in Brown fc
Iiallani's new Office, where he can be fouad at all times
during business hours.
I have some good claims to sell of the first choice, tim
bered and prairie.
ALSO Several pood and eligible Kits in Brownville,
which I will disposcof cheap for cash or on time, purchas
er paying ten per cent interest.
E. E. PAHaXB.
Brownville, X. T. Oct. 15. 1S57. T2ol6ly
D. H. THOMAS. T. A. GALLAHEK.
THOMAS & GALLAHER
Forwarding and Commission
3V1 Z li-LCJZ I ATJTa.
No. So Pine Street Corner Second,
vr stairs .
10-ly ST. L0V1S, M0.
U. S. Hail Route,
From the K"emaLa Agency, in Eancaa, to the
mouth of the Ay owsy Hirer, N. T.
THIS LIXE makes one trip per week, each way,
stopping at the principal towns on the JlLsaouri
River. Good Hacks all 4he way through, and good
b rses and nice youn men for drirers.
J. B. A W. BEXXET, Contractors.
Dec. 19, 1856. Tln27-ly
r rii. jjuutta. 1 or saie, ry
70 I. T. TVHTTE & CO.
frfor "Xebrtula Advert iter":
Dzak Sib: In looking orer the last number of your
JRper a notice attracted my attention signed by
erome Hoover, Esq., in which he states that certain
stories are in cumulation that the nndersirned claim
some interest in Nemaha City for the purpose of in-
torinz its tnwpenty. It snay do quite well to cir
culate a report 01 that nature where the facts are
unknown, bat 10 mose Eaowmz tne lacu fucn a
statement is merely foolish.
And fox tbe purpose of ririD a fair opportunity
to persons to ascertain the facts we hereby warn all
persons irom purcnas'.ng any pretended claim or
interest in the said town of JS'emaha City, from the
said Jerome TToover, as he has sold and received pay
for ni ne-1 welftbs of said town, and suit is now pending
to place the undersigned in possession of the interest
by them purchased in the same; and they have not
authorized the said Hoover to sell or dispose of any
portion oi their interest, out directed suit to be
brought long since for its recovery.
1 ours, Ac,
F. J. MARSHALL.
R. L. BALLARD.
IL C BISHOP.
-' - A. G. WOODWARD.
... . . , S. F. STJCKOLLS.
. :. ; ciias, r. holly.
IT.tvK 54(1, IP5T - 3-tf
d. ttt:t iT)rgr
iLTTOEITEY AT LM7,
TffiOTVXTIllE, s. T.
T'Hl errite deels of every kind and contracts for every
w.ih -rranted lecal accuracy.
fte'lsaiiklnB Il-nse of Lui;abaush k Carsoa.
Hoe, Jfbn A. Bingham, Cadis, Ohio.
" W K Carter, Cleveland,
P Spoiling. "
B F Leiter, Canton,
S Labia. " -
Wra R Sari, ML Veraen, "
S P Chase, Coloiubua, ..
Tboa. Ford, Mansfield, "
J. Ctji-s. f.t. Jf"-h. V 1.
r. bi Joseph, :io.
. JAMES CAHGlLLrroprietor.
MANUFACTURES al kef p roraUinrljf
lA. on i j.:i J fur sale, all kinJ of I2oar. Jl nU
ani FeeistuT.'. Ordfrs solicited and prompt! j fiwiti
cti tofvst favorable terms. Cash paid twnstant'v fir
"S ('heat. For char&ctr r of Flour rtfer to ctc.-j
Cat ever used it.
To the Public.
ircr.'rJTARX all persons rrora boyiw; any lots, r
erecting any buildings in tlie town at FSA'Cns
CO." S.iid town Is hud out vu iuy claita, which waH
jum-o-i hy iirv Hitter, and 1 by thi notios toake poUm
my iti-;n:i"Fi of contesting ker right to the same, fceftwt
the United Srates Cmiiniiioiier.
S3" .Nebraakian and St. Sosva Gaiette copy 1 XociUk.
Send Bill to tli is Cmice
Sept. 10, '57-n-lm ' H ILLIAH KD SLOAX.
, fcLOOMINGTON, ILL.
The tmdersigned beg leave to inform the Xarserymrsi '
and Farmers of the West and 5oaU-wet, thai they urm
exten;ive!y eucaaed in the propagation nf
JtOOT, GlUJtTKU AND Is! 1DI. STlXXS FOU
especially the APPLE, aad a few other hardy. Frnita.
Having spent near tweuty yean in selecting latur
Fruits, they are now cor. viuced that tlxlr li-tx nuN-nrnai-
ed, both in reeard to the quality and Ute proportion Is
hieh tbeycultivste. Being very dCMrouaef sj4aeuii-
ting them as widely aspossible, they adopt tbe aietUlur
ending out small, caluvted storks for the Nurwrr, '
being tar more practicable and safe, than to incur the. (reaL
expense, dr lay aiKi ri.-k uf shtpving large trees, wbica
should always t raised ne.ir a here they are wair-u.
Fromjtbeir long experience tbey natter tlenelve tft
they are perfectly acquainted wr.th the above bnsiaew,
and they graft only such hardy varieties aa succeed well .
on the root, and bud. on seedlina: stocks, and He bmw de
sirable, tender and half Lardy kitds. Thegrsf.ing will be
done at the proper scasun, and in tbe best manner. The
stock will be packed securely and shipped by express, wits
the greatest care in early spring, to any part of tbe Vfu
They have also, on band, tbe lanwwt ai4 best cr.p uf
MACLURA HEDGE J'LAXTS j T
ever grown, for sale on best term, by Uh thowaad or
million. Tbey muy be skipped in the Fall r Spring.
Tbeir prices forXurnery stock will be found a low at sny
other of equal railt; ia the Cnion. Catalof-ue and Trrt-
ise oa Hevute Culture, sent gratu toall jplicnt
Patronage solielteil. Orders for Nursery stct k'.w.iild
be sent prior toiiUi of Docen.ber. . ,
' ' Oct. 15, 7-nlG , Bloemingtou, 11L
(DErCTT COUNTY FrUVTlOlt)
SURVEYOR AXD LJXD AGEJST,
luow.vtiuj:, n. t.
TILL attend promptly and faithfully to tbe serri
and location ot Government Land In the Xentaha lt4
listrict Surveying Town sites, subdividing Laud., Ura: t
ir.jCirv Plats, ari all other business of a peteral Survi v
or. , n in buy and sell Land warranth. pay t.ixe. tnres a-
tite titles, Pile" Declaratory Sutemeuu of iuienti-.n tw
pre-empt, and make oat Pre-emptuiii paper at short no
tice, and alwayson hand to look at claims f r actoal st
tiers. Investment made for dutaut dealers. LeUuca
of inquiry answered promptly. .
. r TO
Paniel Beckel, Bjnker,
- - , k '
4 - d -do
Sionz City, Iwa.
Brownville, S. T.
John Kills, Cash. UayWa Bank,
F. P. LOTS
Guukle It Strong,
Wood Jl Xead,
Byall k Charles, Land Agents,
Geo. II. Xizon, Land Register,
Lmhbaugh k. Carson, Hankers
Brown at Hallam, do
&. W. Purnaa. IJitor Advertiser,
Sept. 24, 87-nl3-r2 tf
BOOTS and SHOES A Tremendous Stock, just
received, opened, and for sale, by
.., ... " L T. W HYTE k CO.
W. E. HART. ' L, VAN WYCK..
Civ. Enc. Sur. k. Draft'n. Oeneral Land Amit.
HARVET, VAI7 WYCK. & CO.,
General Land Asents
TCoTDrfuslta City. .'
ARE connected with agencies in WahiiitU'n City Kv .
which they are enabled to prosecute claims acaicst th-
United States Government, or attend to any bosiues be
fore tbe General Land office with dispatch and to th
satisfaction of their customers. ;
One of the firm being a practical Engineer and Survey-.'
or (having been for many years connected with tbe Cnltetl
Stau-s Coast Surveys engaged on works orIntemaJ Jiu-t . '
provemenU) we are prepared to make Surveys of Town.'
Partiis, 4lc, in any part of the Territory; and navlut"
naaaed tbe best Drartsmaa in the TerriuWy, caiieaectit
Maps, Town Piats, and drawings of all kinds (meefeaaaial.
architectural, fcc.,) to the perfect isUsfactiuu eat eu
October EM, 1S5T. v5ly
jonn r. tysoji.
TYSOIT & HACEIIEY,
GEXEBAL TjAND AOEUTS,
- KROWNVILLE, XKilAUA CO., X- T. .
Land Warrants Bought and Sold. Land entered 00 Tine. .
Claims and Town Lots Bought and Sold. Loan Hof), .
stake Investments and Locate Warrant en tin, for
Pre-Emptlon Papers Prepart-d,
OFFICE Next door to U. Land Office.
Geo. H. Kixon, Register L. O.,
C. B. Smith, Receiver,
Smock & Williams,
L. K. Tuttle,
B. R. Pefrram k Co., Bankers,
Hon, G. W. Scofleld,
R. L. XcGbee 4. Co.,
Tootle k Fairleigh,
Browaville, X. T.'
Omaha City. X .T.
Council BlnQs, Iowa.
St. Louis, M. .
St. Joeph4 "
Oct. 1. '67
3 T. LDIHIACGB.
BAXKERS AXD CEXERAL LAXD AGZXTS,
Dealers; In Coin,
Uncurrent Money, Exchange ami Land Warraata,
BROWXV1LLE, XE-H AI1A CO., X. T. .
Especial attention will be given to Boyui and Slirvi
Excfaanee on tbe principal cities of the I'nited States.
bold, Silver, and uncurrent Bank Xrte. -A constant sap
ply of Land Warrants on hand for sale, roa cash, or tn-
tercd on time for Pre-emptors. AI I Warrants sobl bp aa
guaranteed in every respect. Will Die Declaratory !H ate-
meats of intention to pre-empt, and prepare Pre-empt uni
Papers at short notice. Money loaned apun bet ataiiri-
ies, at western rates of interest, and investment niU
in Lands or city property for distant capitalists. Cities-,
tions upon all convenient points will beprvmptryattend
ed to and proceeds remitted inexebanp-e, at current rates.' '
Bills of Exchange on En;lanl, Ireland, and Prance, ob-i
tained at nsaal rates, with cost of Kxcbanse on tbe Iat
added. Deposits received on Current acconnt aDtfuucttet
Mowed on special deposit.
OFFICE Main St., near C. S. Laid OftV. '
Lind, Brother k Co., Merchants, f rbiladelphiaPa.-
McXauchton, Cars.m k Co., " .
Hiaer at White, " XaJtitaof. Md.
TouDg. Carson k Bryant, " , "
Jno. Thompson Mason, CoI't of Port. - i
M. PniMterson A Co. Merrhanta. . . "
M. Teakle k Co. So. 17, Broadway, X-wTT;wk.
I. Snuthaon,Ei., Banker, .. Washinctua, D. C.
Stevens, s., Att'y at Law,
Jno. S. Gallaher, Late 3d And. C. S.
Tjylor k Kneeh, Bankers,
McClelland, Scrubs k. Co. Merchants,
St. Lotus, Mi.
Pean. . ' -Mertrburi,'la;.
DesMotae, " ,
Eaatoa,Md. ' '
Camber land, X4',
Havana Ala baaxs.
Hon. Tboa. g. Pratt,
Hon. J. W. Geary, Ex-Gov. Kaosas,
Hon. Jas. O. CarM.n.
B. Small, Esq., Pres't S. Bank,
Col. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Law,
Charles Parsons k Co. Bankers,
H. C. XuttA. Co. M
Greene, Weare & lice, " . .
Douglass fc. w a 'son,
Col. San llamblcton, Att'y at Law, .
Judge Tboa. Perry,
Prof. H. Tutwiler, - -
Oct. 8. 'S7-v3-nl5-tf - w
40SAS CKAXE. THZODOM 'Ml
roawAftDina AXDcoxxissim MiBCRAjna, '
AXD STEAM BOAT AGENTS. . '
Wholesale and Ketail Dealers ia Iry Goods, Gromiet
naruwarc, vueenaware, rnrniinre, Stoves,
Flour, Bacon, fce
sept. U. 'SI BaowwvrLLC, Tt.T. '
O. r. LAKE.
w. 11. hoovik,
LAKE & HOOVER.
EMI HIE fill'
KOTARYS PUBLIC. ;
BroTTiivills and ITemaha City,
. NEBRASKA TERRITORT. , , . r . .
"T71LL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Fij inf
VV tazas, Drawing money, buying and icLinj
Real Estate, buying and selling en Commissioi
Making Collections for distant deal srs, and U Kti
of business pertaining to their profession.
Particular atten toin wiUhe given in tlin sWAinva
tory statements to pre-e-apt and pra:mc "tf.-
ranty Deeds from the Town an thoriliea, , -
Penons wnin rows lots, midlnj 4ii&nrj
wishing to proenre TTarranty Deed wU fa mt
place the agency Jnour hands, (alwajipreaflntiijj
their Qait clai'ji Deeds for said Lot "Vitiiin the ei.-
Iiration of i.z menths, as alwr that tjre ail kU 4
eeded mil bsold. ,
Blanks always on hand.
3. B. Letters of inijaiiT awMred icmtM7. .
March 28, 57.
Lumber! Liimber!! :
nO ADLT fc ML1K.
Whose new Steam Mill has jast .e isla owerntina to
tbe Prairie Forrest opposite Browaville. a- bow par
ed to furnish the pnbUewtth every dcwrsble vaiiety cf
lumber, on short notice and reasonable teraie. There
beins an unusual amount of hart wood timber In ff
vicinity, we are prepared to pay particular atnui.' tg.
filling "up ordera for Oak and Walnut lumber. rii
evervUang newled la tUs cuaatrv tn vV,i tai
Mill' '"it"' v .. '
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