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HEW: 'FALL' AHD 4711'!
'- " DEALERS
Xain St. between Front
...... U: I u . 5 .'
: 115? J ay Ujitri
..BOOTS! : -cS?
. ' . E!our,v. - Bacon,. . ,
i ' . : V - AND COUNTRY1 PRODUCE
WE hare just opcacdo heavy Stpefc of Fall and "Wirier Goods, embracing crcrythlug in tno Staple
and Fancy iiao, which we are now prepared to ofi'er to tfco trade at extrcaiely low prices, f --, t -Tf
For Casli or 'Countiy Produce ' ' 15 fr 1
. October 2S),' 1S37. T2alS-tf ; r .. CRANE & IIILL.
. ' ' ' AT" - - ;
I. T. WHYTE &:CO;S;
WE hare just received an entirely new and large a.ortment of Snpcrior t7ods,- which wo will sell at
as reasonable prices as any establishment in the Westi, our motto being 'LirQ and let Live.7 -We
h-ire now in t tore a great variety of the following articles, which wo purchased foxCaahand oonso
quentlyean sell cheap on tho fame terms: . , . ' " " A ' . .."" '
HATS MD. CAPS, BOOTS' . AND " SHOES,
K it ml
And a fine assortment
; Such as Spce, ; 1 ;
Salaratup, .' ' ' Ginger,
And a good articlo of 1 " ' '-'
'-. .. Smoking andi'Clicirins Tobacco?' - ;r , rrr.- ,.
Ills a p'caurc to ua to show goods,' and we ask you t0':call round and sod for -yourselves. -i-;
(JcL 19.1857. . v2nl8-lyl . . , , . . A liT. WHITE & CO.
Slain Et one door above Xuslibauli r Carsons Excbane Banli,
. , ; BroOTiville, N. (T;: : j U: ; - ,
TUB proprietors would most respectfully inform the citizens of Brownville and tho public generally that
' ; . they have received and are now opening one of tho largest and most complete Stocks of Wttiiiiij
. Ever brought to this market. " r ,
Embraces every variety of Textures and Prices ; as to Color they have Brown, Blee Black; visible and
' invisible Green, and Cloths, Cas5imer3,Satinetts.Casbjuerctte, and Jeans, all mad) up ' . ;
according to the lutostfashionaUoeuC Their variety of vests is superb,
embracing the very latest styles and patterns. In tho "
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.paltimore ObtMng tore
' Ynj hfo be found at all time a fine selection of Cravats, StocksTycs, Collars white or colored, Handkcr
thiofe, Suspcnaers, CarpetBag?,etcwfeichwewillscllasehcapasany cstabiishmcnt in tSe West.
" .' We have tho finest and best assortment of
Ever brought to
'Warranted to suit the most fastidious
COATS, Dress, Frock and Saclt. , t -
PAXTS, Every Style and Description. ' . -1
TESTS, To please X,arge and Small. ; -
SillltTS. ilnlli TTljKr n'nA Pniirv .''
. : Over JSUirts, Overalls, Drawers, aad'Knit under slUrts. ' -
.UucXi Gloves, Mitts, and RIdingr Gloves, etc, ;
WE would but ask the public to call, axamine and judge for themselves whether the Clothing at the
. .Baltimore Clothing Emporium is not of better mado material, cut with better tasto, better trimmed
nu vwcniy-iive jirrci-nu cutitpcf inaa mey nave ever
(ktobcr 29th, 1857. . ; ., . r2nl8-ly
, 31 AXUFACTOIIY.
-. . . . , .. . Main Street, ...
r " - - yErownvilk, wV. -T. .
: ' ;r WiiL T. Den..;",'
respe6tfclly returns his sincere
yj T.thaiiki to tho citizens of Brownville and
surrounding country fbr their, liberal, a t
rongctculcd him since be commenced operating
In the Above line and place, and he would say to his
old nd new customers who wish to continue thoir
patronage, that be has just returned from SU Louis
. rith a larg toek of tie best quality o( Leather,
electo4 -under-hla own Inspection. Tho quality of
.bw.trlals,iylef work to bohadat tbe'aboQ Cgtab.
mont ctcot bo rurpassed Wcstbf St.Ixiuis.'t
iiAwnvillc, Jan. 3rd, 2837. r. ..; 51-tf
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4 i t ' 1 - '-
,DR. J.iL. McKEE, -
,V Brownvflle, N, T., :
TttTH FLCCGED AKD FILLED IW THE MOST
. r APPBOVXD
V,;.,.' . 43-tf
i- -"-s -r r-s-f r fm
r i .. . f-5J Win.
TT7S effer to the public, wo are confident, the
t - largest .and best selected stock of Groceries
" vcr offered in this itarkett , , , .
6 Hhds Sugar, ; ' 53 Sacks Coffee, . .
w , i VL.ur ..... 5 Tiertics Rir.
' f SO'ULIj Molasses, 15 BoxoahtarLaadlcs,
. i'ft r-xc Soap, - 150 Sacks Salt, . .
15rUisCidcViniger, 150 bblsSelU , .
' r TZiiJiis CAsmir
- . l.T. WIIVTE& 00. .
r;:- . NJIW FIRM.
J.-na 'n ilnT:.Tn.o.lr Till I fwve tby fcHtv.
VwXo-iarUK-c iap un U-ritioae f.nuiW-U style. -ronua-
U siH wii:.-u(iui.e tho Mercantile tUoiuossatlUsul.
1 1 oT Me A Lister, JJoiU:r ft. w.
jitci :f ".
IN ; -
and Hccond Bis
'in i : ;
of IJght Groceries, i -1 ' 1
.y Poppers,-,-. Sodai , ., -
Allspice, r ctc etc.' v
this Territory. ,
A'fiue assortment of '
SIEGEL & GREENBAUJI:
A NEV DAILY NEWSPAPER.
By John W. Forney,
I PROPOSE cstablUliine a First Class Daily Newspa
per ia the City of Philadelphia, between tho 20th. of Ju
ly ana tlio Ut r August, to bo CiiUt lcd "1'IIB PRESS."
'The Press" will'be Deuiocrutic in itg, iniUtjcs, iid
will mstaih the policy of the present National Adminis
tration. ;" ' - .,.'
It U my determination to nialte it worthy of thcunp
port of e-rery class of readers Disnity, couarge and in
dcpcDdciice, in the utterance of my teatlments, cuterprUe
and cmcicncy in the Commercial, Literary and Kews De
partments, and respect for the opimons of tthes, will be
kept constantly in view. -
I have embarked all my wn means In tnis rject and
inteHd bttiidln? vp a journal that win not only bo cred
itableto out city and saie, but will furnish me an inde
licndcnt. livciitviod. ', '.. .. . .,, ..,...v4 ,
A soinewb it extensive experience in public life, -and
many ytar' connection with Jutn-ualisui, will, 1'hope,
obtain for "The Press," a favorable recrption.
My frlemlg iu. the different Wards and Counties of
Penitgylvania, and in-' other StatfH, Mil place me under
mauy obligations by giving 'The Presa" a helpiii; hand.
' TEUMS OF "HIJ PRESS."
Daily (per annum) In advance - . -"Ateekly
t t .
Address the fcditor- and Proprietor, at the ofllce of
The Press;" Ko. 417, thestnnt Strtet,- hest to Pennsyl
vania tank BuiWing, above Fourth Street, PhMndelpbta.
; 40HX W. FORNKT.
. IEW: STORE
i rr-A. MEDIiEY,' '.'
Annonres U tli.,uWicllna'aeha purchased the exten
sive "toWc ff tiootlff brgcsld to tbis j bf itrv Dailt,
; . iJ 'm .w offew to tell- t ' : f i
Dry Groceries, Ilartl TTarc,
at prk-ts ns Tir as ai be fonnd in the Western country,
for CVli r in pxehauge fir country ruce.
Ocl. I. '.T7-uU 1 ' -
LUnd For Salo.
Qf Acr'ea Pi c-eiurod Lmd tw miles from B'-owii.
vil!; 45 ftrrojt .f wtjh i.4 t,iw-ep VeuncC bu'iom J
7ra'rl?y5D croa titr iv.v aiid tui.i,uiv-d 1
I i-xn iid year ; pou.1 li'mc, stable, wei 1 and bai n lot. Tho
l?roicrty wili be sold at roaaonable ra'M tc.-ms.
.!.(-' 'M. HANI) LET.
SON'?. CAADTj1 j-MiBTlJf V. KIBEN,)
CASS ADY, ; TEST;;, RIDEN ; &
"(Successors to Riden fc Whito.)
NEBRASKA 'CITY, N. T.
r-iriVO'w.J. .rrnnwmonhbv which WO Will
Lrcceivo accurate copies of all the Township- o
Ambntecd In the Eastern rortiou of acbrasKa, wo
are now TrTarcd to offer our acrrices to the
; " Smuitters of A'tDrasKct lerriwTy.
In rmine: Declaratdry Statements of lnten
AND ENTERING . LAND.
T.oiiii YFnrranls Houfflat and Sold.
LAND V. ENTERED ON TIME.
' ' irticulai attention pn UI to Paying and baling
TVr-nr. .nmmission: Also, to nmking Collections
forwarding remittances to any part of the Union.
lilanks of all kinds always on nana.
lion. A. A. Bradford.
Jlcssrs. Dolman & "West,"
Peter A. Keller, ., -.
Thomas Lumpkin, 'i
Juno 28,1855. vl-n4
St. Joseph, Mo.,''
' i' DISTILLED FKOM COAL.
(Secnred by Letters Patent.)
,. Keroskkb Illuminating Oil. Tho light obtain
ed from this' Oil exceeds in brilliancy that of any
other Oil or fluid heretofore di?covorcd; is incxplo
sive, and will remain limped in the very coldest
weather. . - -
. Tho Company recommend as thelampsbcst adopt
ed to this Ooil, the Kerosene Lamps,' manufactured
by the following parties: Messrs. Cornelius & iiakcr,
also, Dvottj Of Philadelphia, E. V. Uaughwout &
No. 73 Broad Street, Messrs. Diets & Co, 133 Wil
liam Street, L. Mercicr 137 Elm Street, N. Y.-
Samples of different styles of Lamps can be seen at
the OSico of tho Company. ' ' " ';
' Kekosexe LrcKiCATiNO Oil, No. 1. Prepared to
suit thoy fiaeafajrv all other kinds of Machinery
buiM- brilliwrty in-Locomotive Head Lights, - Car
Lahfs, and all the ordinary Solarand Hand Lamps,
and stands agroa a degree or com as nest opcrm
Oil, and is admirably adapted to ltauroad and atcani
shin use. :
: Kerosene LrBRiCATixG Oils, No. 2, 3. Superior
Lubricators, and. will bo found to possess advantages
over any Oils in tho market at same prices will not
burnand has been thus prepared to meet the ro
Quiremcnts of Railroads and others. . - '
-' Kerocexe Binnacle Oil. Prepared expressly
fnr Shinu' nso. nnd will ba found admirablv adanted
for bso of Steamships, Men of Waf, Merchant Vcs-
fcls. Lake and River craft, and burns in oil cabin
stateroom, binnacle, forecastle lamps, signal lan
Binnacle Oil will remain fluid as long as best
Sperm, and will burn all night without requiring to
be trimmed, an advantago that will bo obvious to
. The Kerosene Oils can be obtained fron tho
Wholesale Oil Dealers, Ship Chandlers, Druggists,
and Grocers inAcw l ork, and tho regularly appoint
ed Ajreilts of tho Company in many of the principal
Towns and Tillages of tho United States, the Cana-
days, and the Wand of Cuba.
Local Agents appointed (in conformity with the
rulos established by the Board of Trustees,) on ap
plication to '
- ' JWSTEJYS.
t, General Agent, Kerotene Oil, Co.,
. ' No. 50 Beaver Street, N.Y.
UfkB.Circulars with full particulars, testimonials,
prices, Ac, will bo forwarded on application as above.
HAVING taken the contract for .carrying the
Mail between the above points, takes this method
of informing the public generally that ho has made
preparations, for running a Hack on tho above named
route: ' " '"' , ' ;
Leaving Rock Port every Tuesday, Friday and
Sunday, at 12 o'clock M.: arriving at Brown villo at
2 o'clock. P.M.: leaving Brownville for Rock Port,
same evenin at 3 o'clock P. M. : "
This route connects at Rock Port with the St. Jo
seph' and Council Bluffs Stage lino, and at Brown
ville with the Stajre lino leading from Topcka Kansas,
St. Joseph Mo., Independence, Kansas City and other
points dcIow; and to JNcbraska City, Umaha City
and other points above; and New Fort Kearney,
west; The subscriber copes by diligent attention
to business and accommodation to customers, to
merit a share of the pabiio patronage.
Particular attention paid to the conveyance of
Packages or parcels. - Charges moderate but no ac
countability lor unavoidable accidents,
April 7 1856. 43-tf .
NOEL, LAKE & EMERSON.
N. B. We would respectfully inform tho citi
zens of Nemaha county and adjoining Missouri, that
wo navo always on Hand a large and well selected
supply of LUJuBEK, which we can furnish at low
er rates than any mill in the Territory.
; Market prices paid for logs delivered at tie yard
or on the bank of the river.
.' All orders accompanied with the caeh,wiU receiv
our immediate attention.
- AJ$ HOLLAJBIRD & CO.,-
Macliinists, loundcrs and
". r r -'-.. .
- I'ront Btreet, "West of Smith;
' CINCINNATI, O.
TTTould most respectfully inform their friends and
.tV Vi. the public generally, that they are noWpro
pared to execute all orders ia their line, with prompt
ness. Having lately enlarged their shop and with
the increasod facilities they now possess, they hope to
uivtiii tuuuuuinioii vi iqb nocrai patronnoT) which
has heretofore been extended to them.
awMiil . Engines of every Description.
Constantly on han i: consisting of the Sash, Circu
lar and Muley. JHll Gears and every description of
asiings, waxraniea to do weu mado in every particu
They have also a Boiler Yard attached to their
csiaDiisnmcnt, wnicn enables taern to oversee all
work in that lino furnished by them, and are pre
pared to work on as reasonablo terms as any other
shop in tho country.
lhose in want of anything in our line, would do
w uj tttcui ttuu u..,iuiiiio uur new paucrns.
.. 11 3 : ' t.
capital stocK 5U,uoo.'
NEBRASKA CITS', ST. T.
rnniS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
L fully organized, and their entire capital stock of
Vl3 -4"95;" Jouarw, pnia in anasccurea. They
are prepared', from this date, to grant open policies,
and take risks, upon equal terms, with tho most
favored Insurance Company any where. Having
adopted the mutual principle, its patrons, without
incurring any liability, will share io the profits of
thecompany. f . . . : r r , . .f
The operations of tho Company, will be confined,
for the JprescnV'to marine,: or cargo risks. with a
maximum liability of $12,500 on any one bottom.
Being tho only Insurance Office, on theabovo pop-
u lar plan; West of the Missouri, it confidently .ex
pect a generous support from Western Merchants.
. We respectfully' invito tho Missouri Riycr pa
tronage. DIRECTORS :
" S.F.Nuckolls, ' l. " . Chas. P.nolly, -H.
P. Bonnet, 1 J.L.Armstrong,
W. N. Uinchman, : Miles W. Brown, ---.
- A. A. Bradford..
f. " - -officer;; - A '."
CHASF. HOLLY, 1'rosidcnt, :,M 's . 1 ,
; St. Louis Ascnt CoLW. P. Howard. ,
April 2d, 18o7.- ' ' -. 421y
' DOWDALL, MARKHAM; & CO.,
! Kn-?Inc anil Machine s)Liop, !
CORBEa OF SECOKP AICD MORC3AN ifnETS. '
; ST. LOUIS, Mo. .- '
It nun fact n re rs of Steam Engines and Boilers, Saw and
Grist-Mill Machinery, Single and Double Circular Saw
Mi 11. Tobacco Screws and Presses Lard Kettles, Lard
Screws and Cylinders, Wool Carding Machines Uuildicg
CaMiu:'s, Yonus'a Improved Patent Smut Mills, Stc.
t3"A(;EXT3 for tba sale of James Smith & Co.'s Su
perior Machina Card.- '-2n8-ly
1 ' 3LMZ&xzr
city: a t.
J). TKST, J A3. WHITE,
iiincil lJlufo.lowa.- ) -Nebraska City I T)
r WIIITE, ' RUSSELL; 1 &' CO.
WHOtESlLE AXO RETAIL pAI.J3 W
HARDWARE : AND' CUTLERY,
XilC CllClIlGS. WVB LJ I.ULUS,
-J pTV e .TlAn' ft- RhOCS IMS ' & CaDS,
------ - ' : . ' . --
yQueensware, Stoneware; Tinwarej
' . IRON, NAIIjS, stoves, flows &c. -
Also, Furniture of all kinds, Window Sash
Door Frames, ice. " "
Hew Hardware Store.; :'; ;;.
Sism of the Sav
Importer. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
American German, English & French
, St. joseth, jio. ; :;"!
IS NOW receiving and opening the largest and most
varied arsortraent of troods in the above line ever
offered in any market west of St. Louis.
tly stock embraces a full and complete assortmoat
of Cabinet and llouso Builder's Hardware, Mechaa-
io's tools of everv description, direct from the most
approved manufacturers; agricultural and horticul
tural tools and implements, in great variety, combin
inz all the recent and useful improvements for the
saving 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 Dmnt for the sale of tho celebrated
St. Louis Circular Mill and Cross Cut Saws, which I
will warrant, and fill all orders at lho factary prices.
Alap a large assortment of Guns, Rifles and Pistols,
Iron, Steel, Nails, ic of the best brands: in a word,
my stock is very complete, which, for Us quality and
price, I am determined to offer such inducements as
will command a liberal share of trade from this rtnd
adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies for American Hardware Mwuiacmrers,
together with a long experience in tho general Hard
ware trade, enables me- not only to defy all competi
tion, but has convinced me that the true principle of
trade xs small profits and quick returns. ,
January i, icwi vnyii .
JOHN COLHOUN & BKOTIIEK,
(Sign of the Padlock, opposite tho Post Office.)
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
' ' DEALER IN .
Building and Saddlery Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Leather and Shoe Findings.
! 1 , .' ST. JQSEPU, MO. ,
TTAVE now in store, abd to arrive shortlyj; Ainer-
XX ican and-foreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves & Son's Files Scissors
and Edge Tools '
Knives and forks
Butcher's do 1 do
Spear & Jackson's saws
Gimlet pointed screws -Griffin's
Brass curtain bands and
Door locks '
Augers and auger bitts
Post hole augers-' ; ' -
'Ames' sbovel? and spades
I Lull & Porter's
shutter 1 Grass and grain do
Morticing machines? - K"i 5 Shovels and tongs
Circular,' mult -and muly Candlesticks - '
. saws .: i .; a i -i r ramed wood saws
Planes and plane lroas i
Blacksmiths' Bellows and
;Coopcr8 drawing knives .
. Yiccs .
do adzes and wood
-' ' tools .' '
Mouseholo Armitage anT
Stocks and dies
Tress Hoops . " '
Butts, cast and wrought
Copper nvets for belts
Pad hooks, breech 'g loops
Tuyere Irons . " ."
i ad screws, cocKeycs
Plated and com. etirrups
do do Uitts '
do ' . do Huckles
do do Rimrs '
Girth rein and roller web
Silk, 3 cord thread
Briddle do ,
Harness-, do ; . ' ;.
Breast and rein snaps
Pincers . , , ". ,
With many gcxis embracing a complete assort
mnt of tho most desirable which they will sell at
tho lowest prices. J.CUL11UU.N & Bill)
April 16th, 1357. 31-ly
. THOMAS . WILLIAMS.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Browirrillc, RT. T.
Will practice in the Third Judicial District in Ne
braska Territory, and in the Twelfth Judicial Circuit
in the State of Missouri.
Richard Browny ... BrowiSville, N. T.
R. W. Furnwu ,
Dr. JohnMcI'h or3on,l J Tippecanoe, Ohio.
. James Foster,1 Oregon, Mo. '
Goorgo N. Miller, , . ; Archer, N. T.
MLLLAYRIGIIT & ENGINEER
- tBKOWNVTLLE, W. T.
A NNOUNCE to the public, that ho i3""preparcd
jtJLtocreci oicam and-water saw ana aiorciipn
Mills at short iiotioo and reasonablo terms. Repair
ing of machinery of all kinds. - ,
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
nc is also Agent for , , . ' 'r"
, AVB. HOLLIBIRD & CQ'S
J CINCINNATI, O.
LEE & LEAVITT'S
I ! . j'TfirT"' : ?(lw ' t
fci fi tIttt -' i; j o TiTPTn nrnuTT
IkJOW iXAAL4JLCiLUA J .
And are prepared to receive and fill orders for any ma
chinery manufactured or kept on hand, by these es
tablishments. .. ;
Letters of enquiry", promptly answered,
j, REFFERENCE3. ,
Noel, Lake & Co Brownville, N. T. Steam Hill.
R. W. Furn:is, t Brownvillp,
Muir, Hana & Co., .r" ;
. i 11 v t.-
,i iJi, uoover, , r. neuiuv";
P. M. Rosror?. Pawneocity, '
-, . Nuckolls &.Whi(e, Rockport, Mo. , :;" , u
i James Lowe, Linden, . " .
. , A, B. HaJLt erd, Cincinnati, 0. ;
. Brownville, June 18, 1357. t2 1-ly
Dillon, Thompson & Co.
Large frame building cor. Main and ROck,
. ROCK PORT, MO.
1 Whosesale and Retail Dealers in
AND .-. - -r-
Hardware, Queensware, Drugs, Hats,
Caps, . Boots,' Shoes, Tinware,
. ; ' V- Stoves, Furniture, Iron, .
.1 .' .-:. Nails, Plows, V. .
' and "
' ; Farming Utensels. '
WILL have, on tho oponing of navigation, a
large and varied accession to thoir present
Stock, which will be sold Low for Cikih.
, February 12th, 1S57. 35tf
OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
MANVFACTCKEBS AND WHOLE" ALE PgALEKS IU
Boots Shoes c Erogans,
'NO. 87 ATAIX STHEE7, SAINT LOUIS, MO.
ARE KOW IN RECEIIT of acompletcassortmcnt
of gJoda from thoir own and other inanofue-
Pure -"crs are invited O c.vamtue Ihtir tMk,
manufautarej. ' and sdox-ted witli great care and
warranted of superior quality. Crdcre will rcc4'o
romi t a?: 1 '-".rcfu attviitii.u.
. -WT ir
t t '
F02 ALL TEE PTJErOSE3 07 A
Thbeb has lon existed n publie dcTnand foF an
effective purgative piii.tvhicn couia be renea on as
eura on A nrfprtlv safe in its operation. This has
been prepared to meet that demand", and aa exten i
sive trial of its virtues nas conclusively snown wita
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is easy to make a physical jt'fr,-but not easy to.
make the best of all pill one which should have'
none of the objections,-but all the advantages, pf, ;
every other. , This has Been attempted here, and
with what success we would respectfully submit tO-
the public decision. . It has been unfortunate, for
.. . . . 1 i A. J. 1. j '
the patient nixneno Wiak uiuirot ecry purgauve
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
els. This is not. Many 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 pill produce no irritation or paia,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Being purely
vegetable, no harm can. arise from their use in any
quantity ; but it is better that any medicine should
Le taken iudiciously. 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
mav mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms
nf Jfinnd're. Indiffestion. Languor arid Loes of Ap
petite, Listlessness, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
Bilious lever. J? ever ana Afrue, rain m iae oitie
and Loins : for, in truth, all these are but the con-
RprmMice of diseased action in ,the liver. - As an
apenent they attora prompt ana sure reiiei in wu
tiveness, Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humorsr Scrofula
and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body, Ulcers
and impurity of the blood Irregularities ; in short,
an-r and cverr case -where a purgative is required.--'"
. . , o
They have also produced some singuiariy suc
cessful cures In Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel,
V.Tnshwln Palpitation of the Heart. Pains in the
Back, Stomacn, and Jsiae. iney snouiu ue necij
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood
1 ' . L . n.. . , 11 1 -1 1
and prepare the system lor tne cnange oi seasons.
An ncpiisinnal dose stimulates tne stomacn ana
howels into healthy action, and restores the appe-
tite and visor. . They punlv tne Diooa, ana, py ineu
stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
vate the strenath of the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies ot tne wnoie organism.
Hence an occasional -dose is advantageous, even
thousrh ' no serious deransCmenf . exists ; but nn
nr.cessarv dosins should never be carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess- l nc mousana cases-m ir jucn
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, out
they suggest themselves to the reason of every
bodv : and it is confidently believed this pill will
answer a better purtrcse than any thinpr which h.33
hitherto been available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy, to employ when in need ot a
cathartic medicine. . Being sugar-wrapped, they are
pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, no
Oarm can arise iruin meir use iu auj ijuuuij.
For minute directions, see wrapper on the Box
. . . . riiEFARED Ur ",
DR. JAMES C. ATER,
r radical and Analytical Chemist,
LOWELL, MASS. , ,
Price 25 Cents per Box. Five Boxes for SL.
For the rapid Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS, K0ARSEAESS,
BROAriirns, w iiooriAii-totiiii,
CROUP, ASTIDIA, AiD
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 -usefulness,
and so numerous the cases of its cures,
that almost everv section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
lungs by its use. v nen once uiea 11s superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to escape observation, and where Ha virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to rmnlov for the distressinz and dangerous affec
tions f the pulmonary organs which are incident
tn our climate. JNot oniv m iormiaaoie aiiacm
the lunirs. but for the milder varieties of
Colds, Covghs, 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, ana tnat me genuine arucie is soiu uj
J. n. MAUN, & CO., Brownville,
Bernard, Adams& Co., St. Louis.
And all Drugists in the United States.
Juno 25th, 1857. v2
Patent Portable 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 lato exhibition of tho Mechanics
institute in Cincinnati, a Gold Mtdal 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, a3 it is for grinding the x armors reed by Horse
Tho above Mills are manufactured by the under
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, O., where they
con bo furnished in anyquantityatsnort notice.
. The above Mills warranted to perform as follows:
36 in. diam., per hour 50 B. Corn, 25 Wheat, $300
30 " " " " 30 " 15 " 250
24 u u u 20 13 " 200
20 16 8 " 150
As this Mill tells its own story, it is unnecessary to
quote from our numerous rccommendations,rcceived.
GEORGE F. KENNEDY,
ME AIL ESTATE
t lorence Lily, J. I. .
BEGS leave to announco to tho public, that he has
erected Bakery tmd Confectionary establish
ment in fhe'City of Brownville N. T., and "will koep
constantly on hand, and is prepared to bake to order
Bread, Crackers and Cakes of every manner, style,
discription and quality. He has had much experience
in bakingand consequently foclg quiteirtafidcot he
will bo ablo to give satisfaction. A liberal patron
age 13 respectfully solicited.
. . EVAN WORTHING.
, , E. ESTABROOK, . . .
UNITED STATES . : '
JistrictV Attorney. I
Onialia City, N.
O EQUIRED to bo in attendance ofiioially upon all
JLV the terms of the District and Supremp Court of
theTerritory, tendon- his Professional services to such
as need them. He flatters himself that his facilities
for gaining a knowledge of the practice in each Dis
trict, will enable him to give satisfaction to such as
entrust their business to his care.
Omaha City, June 7, 185G.
GEO. 1 LUCKHARDiy.
'.; OREGONj HOLT COUKTT, MO.
TAKES the liberty to inform, the citizens of
Brownville and vicinity, that ho has opened a
Watch, dock, and Jewelry Store, .
In Oregon, Holt county, Mo., where he will keep con
stantly on hand,.and for sale, a good assortment of
Gold and Silver Watchci, Clocks and Jewelry, which
ho will sell extremely low, for CASH. Also, a fine
lot of Violin?, AccorJeon?, Silver, acd Plated Spec
tacle?, Geld Pens wilh Cold and Silver extension
ca.-i, Silver Thimblw, ic, &c.
Hu ii )reiiari-d to repair Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry, ef every description, in tho best manner and
on the niot reasonable tunas.
Every article bought in Lis establishment, is war
ranted to bo what i t is reprcuntad to ba. .Watch re
pairing warranted for ono year.
PUK.SEUVliD FRUITS; Strw berries, l'cochw,
Whortltburric Ac , &c, tf, be IJ at
- v-. I.T, Vv UYTE&CO'S.
PATENT GRAIN SEPARATOR.
UBSCRn3ER is now prepared to furnish
Farmers and others with his . : . "..' ':
... '-GRAIN SEPARATOR,'' :f .
for" tho present season. It 13 unneces?ary to speak
particularly of the merits of those Machines, as they
aro too well known throughout the country to need
cxtollins but the fact that they have heretofore and
aro continuing to receive tne premiums at the state
and County Fairs where they have been exhibited is"
sutncioat to inauce mi taoro in want 01 aucn a .ma
. .. . i a r 1 ir.
chine, to purchase one of these.
At a practical test ot tnis ocparator in competition
with the best of those made in England, in 1853, it
received the highest commendations of the press, and
of the leadinz erijrulturalists of that country
, I have a larze number of them on hand, ready for
he coming crop, made of tho best material, and war
ranted to do rood work.
l nave made many valuable improvements in these
machines within the last year, and have no hesitation
in warrantinz them superior to any in use.
1 am also preparing a large number 01 vrawford s
- ! Improved Clover Hollers, :
patented in 1854, which are greatly superior to his
patent bf 1841,' being in' itself feeder, and greatly
aneaqof itm other respects, lhey wm be manu
iacturcd under the immediate supervision of the
patentee, who has permanently located in this place.
, ine above cut represent my four horse " "separa
tor, ana is designed especially for tho farmer a own
use. 1 . . .
Im also aent for McCorm'ck's eclabrated REAP-
JER and MOWING MACHINE, combined. -
J. R. M0FFITT, Piqua, Miami couniy, Ohio.
Improved Little Giant
CORN & COB PLANTATION JIILI,
rpnB subscriber has purchased exclusive right of
Jk. icmcerr m the est. of the above celebrated
Mills, and 13 prepared to furnish them at all times;
either wholesale or retail, and guaranteed in the most
popiuvo manner. -....
It 13 now more than a year since the
! - "Little Giant"
Waa introduced to the public,, during which time, H
nas occn constantly growing in the popular favor.
ine improvements recently eSected and patented
makes it the most perfect machine ever offered for
general farm use. It is furnished ready for attaching
team, and weighs as follows: : No. 1, 225 No. 2, 330,
No. 3, 400, No. 4, 500 ponnds. Twenty minutes are
sufficient to set one up, without mechanical aid, and
wnen once adjusted, it can with safety bo entrusted
... v.i X'ii v i. n -
a vuj. x uii untvLjuiis nouoinpnny eacn aiiu.
No 1, $35, will grind 8 bu meal per hour with 1 horso
No3 .50, " 15 " 1
No 4 60, 20 " 2
t3T Liberal discount to dealers.
JAMES B. CIIADWICK,
No. 63 Locust stroet, bet. 2d and 3d
Juno 28, 1856. vl-n4 St.uLouis, Mo.
S. W. COZZENS
ROOT & COZZENS,
Omalia City, 3NT.
HAVING made arrangemants by whicn we receive
accurate copies of all the Townships, as fait as
surveyed, in the Territory, we arc now prepared
offer eur services to the citizecs of the Territory.
IN FILING ;
INTENTION TO PRE-EMPT,
L.OCATIXG IjAXD WARRANTS.
Land Warrants Bought and Sold,
Land entered on time, etc.
. PARTICULAR attention paid to buying and
selling on Commission Also . in making Collections
in an prw 01 mo lemtory ana v cstcrn Iowa.
April 7 43-tf t
; , FRANKLIN
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
JN o. 163 Vine St.. bet. Tourth. and Fifth,
C. F. O'DRISCOILi &. CO.
Manufacturers and dealers in News, Book and Job
Typo, Printing Presses, Cases, Uallies, Ac, Ac.
Inks, and Printing Material of Every Description.
STEREOTYPING of all kind Books, Music,
Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, Wood Engravings,
Ac, f c. -
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
Herring's Patent Champion
' ' FIKE-PROOF. SAFES :
W1TU Hall's Patent PowdtT-Proof Locksthe
same that were awarded separate Medals at
tho u orld's t air London, ISol, and the World's
Jicw lork, 1353; and are the only American Safes
that wcro awardrd medals at the London World's
! These Safes arenowadmittedto bo suporiorto
eer ouureu loine puuiic ; ana tne subscribers chal
lenge ; the World to "produce, an instance of these
Safes failing to preserve thcircontents through the
noitcst nres, or a turglar picking the lock.
. The subscribers and. their ngcota aro the only per
sons authorized to make and sell Ilerrinn-'a . Patent
Champion Safe, with Hall's, Patent Powder
''' '"'- s.c.herring'&co.
.; Green Block, 135, 137 and 13'J Water St.,
' . and 5 Murray St New York.
Jiarcn otn,l S57. . 33
Tailoring! . Tailoring!! ' TiiilorindH
E.E. PARKER, .
. Atlantic street, West of Hoblitzell's s'ioro. '
BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA TERR.
TTAV1NG bought property and located permancnt-
X JL ly in Urownville, 1 offer my services to
public generally, if they want any thing done in my
line of business, I can always be found at my post,
or, more properly speaking at my bench.
ITorb. Warranted ,o Tit IVo Pay!
Particu!artattontion paid to cutting garments and
laying off work for the S.5amtres3. The greatest
portion of my life has been devoted to my trade, in
which I consider myself inferior to none especially
in the cutting department, and I hope by close atten
tion to my business to merit a sharo of public
patronage. . E. PARKER.
Brownville April 16th, 1857. 44-ly
YOUR INTERESTS! ! !
. T- 271. TIA vaS,
On Main Street,
Where yo tcill jid lthet and '
" AT "WHOLESALE OH RETAIL. .
THE subscriber would ir.vite the pullio to call
and see bis larjestock of Groccrie-s which have
been selected with c real clxe, and are now vffcred at
unusually low raUj. lVrjni in want of Coffee,
Tea, Sugar, MuLusei, Cheese, Confjctionery. Frh
Fruits iu can, Tobacco, Scgars, Candies, Ac, and
any other articles usually kept in a Grocery aid.
Variety Store, will Cnd it to tLiir advanUgo to call
before purchasing elsewhere. Alsi; by the whole
sale, as ne a stock of Brandies, Wines, Gin, Mocon
gaht:la,and Ryo Whisky, SchE;ips,Chau:p-ane wine,
&c, as ever was brought nn the Muwuri river. Fish
of all ktndf, ocuftant! uYmI Cti-,trv l'r..
v uivt lor wbit-n the nighet price will ba mU.
Abhhro of public patronage is rc.poetfully nolici-
- ' J. IU DAVIS.
Brownville, June 13th, 1357. ' t" l-6m
Everything that ccmcs
tmtT 11 . . . --V4.
July 2.1857. . -UCij,
DAVID n. M'lArGIILIN.
Tint Street (WMt;, tUSS
r, ill attend to Flliag DecWil-.
Secnring Pre-emptions. Lc-ifh
Enterir g Lan
' vi .
Land Warrants ifoushtanK-:
Particular. atteAtioa. will bo paid , 4
selling property on wmmn.L.t
ments lor distant dealers. . .: '5
- . a
nii-xucraon, Jiarridon.d; Hatchj' " -
O. ILBarnet, Dayiof1
TTAA 1NU detennmod to UalM ia
XI spectfully annt,u,:c-s to tie pi b!ic t
on hand a large and will selected itk of n l
Tweeds, Casimers, Vesting 4V "f
will mako to-order in $A style Ml
rates; or sell by any quantity desire..
Ho also keeps con3tiint:y 0D baad kIW
supply of ready made clothing of all kindt '
Brownville, June 13t,h, 1857. .
' I. H. fidomasTi
Julyl6v2n5 st. uarij. mo
Missouri ami. .
The Berate from BrownriKe to It. Lea'
and from thence; to CaWcrm, ii 'ju j
nearest and most pracfic&bla.
V. FINNEY. &C0DLVGT0J 1
ANNOUNCE to th$Trei'iifPubi;etlrt'x?
now running aa a Fmj vnu Uie M.Mouri (
An. entirely new, ntbttm'id tni conwtiiim
STEAM'. PERRY. B0A1
Which airangemeLt will secun eerUii
sale passage at, an tio;es tai -ui til una
weather. The I-roprictors da nut wscrt boMiii?
or for the purpose of gainhjrffjitom merely, bat
governed by facts, whn tliej aj this ii the
crossing of thd Missouri Birer in 5e'onib,
when they say the route from 2rof!i';l! to b
Kearney and from thence ti Califuriii tie we"
for evidence they refer the rauler te ie aop i
Country; and are warranted ia sayin;hiri w
practicable route by rcrsocal ei:rica.M'"i"
that bf hundreds of ochcre wlio dt tntrfedi
We claim therefor that this crossing aodr.
out peculiarly favorable inducciucci, to
going to California, and sclioit their pstr wr.
withstanding oursup-rior arrangenKO'J
and speedy crossing, our charjes art the s3 u
Ferries in Nebraska, all being rcguIaU bj-
ISFKecollect that with pnr facHitiw 1
no kinds of weather will pre ent oat
making regular trips at all hours.
' tSTA skiff and haul will be in it'
foot passengers at all times of nighL
' A. GY.S;;
ROCK PORT, MO-
BEGS leave to inform the public that K
in the above named town ail s
stock of ,T.Trr'"'
and other article usually kopt in " 'f
prices which cannot bcmil:int-i , ' " r
ienced watihmater ho l'.iitteriliinwlf "
watches, clocks nd jewelry he can give
Fresh Arnvals ! .Heavy
-. . Prices CrcallT
CURRENCY TAKEN AT IV-
.. J, B..JEW. ,
Cor. 2nd and Frances ts, &
and Francis Street., St. Jofei,'"?'"?"'
hi line, which he punfia-en I tne ' 1
tra.l,.at greatly rcdurwl P"e ' " x'
will nell at corresponding IJies (T, '
customers. Arm.iiK bi recent ref P' ' r
Peaches, 33 doi Prime Apple. t4
20 dot Lobsters 1 & 2 lb cm, 300 d. 'r
lino j u-v i cv-cm iru - - .-,
Oysters pnt up thU
fall. 2hairiwr'J7 " f
alsoCtKlttsh, 100 boxes W KCacce
log currants, oo oo.xf irca tjw '
ring, 600 lb Gwhen Butter. SCO ;' ;
nuu as.rted, 600 lbs Peanuti. ! ve
fancy candies, 180 do irnm dro ,
200 drams FiK9,i.c. Also lar-'? M
which will be sold t prices coiis-'r-,:"1
sixty dav bo. . ,
St. Jowph, Kov. 8, 1557.
Euchanan Lifs and &
OfSeecof 21 ""Vf
CHAKTERED AT TH8 LAST tL"'
3 Tt Junlnn I It. H.iwirJ, -
Tooth, John cJlhoun, John H-lte.
James Kay, N.J. JIcAAan, J- .jj. ?
R. HcAshax, ecy. ; fall
S now raa-ly U reeeive'sr a-i,
Marine and Kiver risks. A r- '
cent, will be allowed on car"' 'fu.;rt
promptly adju3tedand the aju- .
the putrons of th office.
April lotn, I3J'.
S.Locxwoon. t IojA
W W-fc W W W W r -
nOrXTCT MerchaaU t?1""'.';
b stock of IlaU A CVJtSl l
ad .Saiumcr trade, which ' V!,, cr
and well selected. Iai.mttl 'Ije ..
not he excelled by aiy Uo " '
Oor prices will U lo,"
; .1 rh. ' . -
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