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11. W. L' URN AS, EDITOR.
THURSDAY MOEXIXG, DECEMBER'!, IS:?.
H. rikTix, General Advertising it""." r "
Xw Turk. Ladies' and Children' Shoe
v-rth Ktriwtt f'iurinnili.
OUnf; o n w
ruicHtt.UWti&Cj., No. 31Gan J48, Broadway,
Xw Turk. ' N
Anvil WIWD, American. Canadia nd European
Advertising and Subscription Office, So. 133, Si-,
Kew York. ... . . ....
J. K. D;?DriicEf X. V. comer O.ivo and Mai
streets, St. Louis, Mo.
Jl. K. McLcKO.Troy, Ohio.
D. II. II. IAMT. Tippecanoe, Ohio.
V. C. M vncca. C.viinrun. Kjr.
irt. Iliac, Arcbor,-'ebraska.
I. W. PKTr, Oregon. MO.
iMLLOM fc !lAK, Rotk Tuftf ' ' ' .? f
KiDEMfc White, elra:if.a..F,.i
I. M. W. Tate, Linden, Mo.
j Biucn.Tlirra Grove. X.T.
Aramthorizcd Acents to solicit Snbsriprionsand Ad
ertiemn:s for the Adverser, aud receievt and re
ceipt fur ni-iida ehercfqr. t - r
rrcon r'eidmt inTbi IctTitorr, coming from Tari
portion of the State, often sugcest to ns the name of
pert6tiilnT!ieirtM wplytHw"? wUo tnkle
become subscriber if they could nee a err of the "Ad
vertiser " We kl way send aspecimen copy, d person
receiving. w;ll cwiwder it a splitiuUon to become a regu
lar tubucribcr. , ... . ,
rimaters and others, feeling suffldent Interest to
make up aclub, can retain the usual per ccm oi iui
rj-Tnle-a notified at tbccWeof the Tolnmc to dU-
Um th AdterUrr." -re Uiall take U granted
lat iubcriber wifh their paper continued, nd ihall
that subscriber wish their paper
asevrdingly continue to send a heretofore.C5
53" The "Nebraska
. ... ,
much the largest circulaUon of any paper in
s. t.. onioi6aa Merchant in St.
tha Territorr. Wholesale fiiercaania in
Xiouia, 8t. Joseph, Cincinnati and other East
earn markets where Nebraska merchant pur
ehase. will find no better advertising medium
in the Western country
We wish some of those indebted
in th nffir-ft would make us a Christmas
present of a little scrip.
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1 Editorial Correspondcricc.
' ,;' Omaha, Jf. T.) '
Dec. 13, '57. $
the Legislature gets
The past week has
fairly under way,
Wn snent nrincinallv in talking matters
into shape both branches being in ses-
iion only a few hours each day.
The following are the Standing Oom-
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mittees appointed by the President and
Speaker : ' . '. '
Judiciary. Messrs. Bradford, Rogers
' Finance. Ways and Means. Messrs.1
Kirkpatrick, Reeves and Allen.
' Education. Messrs. Furnas, Bowen
and Puett. "
Military Affairs. Messrs. Bowen,
McDonald and Clancy. !.
Highways. Brideres and Ferries.-
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jMessrs. Baiiora, ir urnas, ana oau.oury.
uxpenunures.. iuers. mciyuuuiu,
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r ' -r C t- . I
T' i " i j ir.n u -
Tminr. I .lhrnrv. nlpssrs. l,Ianrv. I
Alien ana xraaioru.
Public Buildings-T-Messrs. Rogers, Sa
lisbury and Puett.
' Elections. Messrs.
Printing. Messrs. Kirkpatrick, Ro
gers and Puett.
.. Agriculture. Messrs. Reeves, McDo
nald and Furnas.
Enrolled ond Engrossed Bills. Messrs
Allen and Reeves. .
Privileges . and Elections. Messrs
Campbell. Strickland, Chambers, Pad
dock and Beck. -
Ways : and . Means. Messrs. Thrall,
Steinberger, Beck, Jones, and King.
Judiciary. Messrs. Crawford, Pop-
"pleton, Marquette, ' Campbell and Sulli
Tan.':;' v ' 1 ; -;
Accounts and Expenditures. Messrs
Able, Armstrong, Benedict, Rogers .-and
Agriculture. ' Messrs. Chambers,
Cromwell, Yanhorn, Murphy and Mor
Roads. Messrs. Stewart of Douglas,
Robb, Jones, Thrall and Minick.
Militia. Messrs. Gates, Cooper, Clays,
Thrall and Sheldon.
Pnl,1if P.nlMinrra Xr flrniinrls. !fps5rs
uwnv viui-mw.. " 1 v - - I
.Hail, Donclan, Holloway, Poppleton and
Internal Improvements Messrs. Clays,
Davidson, Robb, Mmick and Rogers.
; Federal Relations. Messrs. Donelan,
Stewart of Washington. Murphy, Gates
Engrossed & Enrolled Bills. Messrs.
Paddock, Davidson, Abbe, Yanhorn and
Cooper. . j
- County Boundaries and County Seats.-
Messrs. Taggart, Hail, Holloway, Van-
horn and Beck.
Corporations. Messrs. Holloway,
. . - .1-1 i .1 , .-.
ZT' IV: Tk!16 m ;
lillllfll 1 . ..AOCl 3 SVIli f A All U.A.A IfAl
nick. Morton and Davidson
, Banks and Currency. Messrs. S trick
, land. Sullivan, Robb, Stewart of Douglas
Common Schools, Colleges, and Uni
versities. Messrs. Stewart of Washing
ton, Murphy, Sheldon,' Armstrong and
: Public Printing; Messrs. Marquette,
AJanoson, laggan, luunuu uuu .nu-
,Btrong.- - . ; :
In the liouse no bills of a general na
tore have ' yet been introduced. Local
bills being interesting only in the locali
ties to which they belong it is useless to
mention them here.
In the Council, a Bill providing for
. the better regulation of Schools in this
..Territory has been introduced, passed its
ecoud reading, and is cow in the hands
'" of the ttanding committee on Education,
A Bill to license and regulate the bale
; f ATalt;- SriritiW ru V,nn,,t T.m-R.
lias uiauc iuc same uio auu icicucu
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I I'J- LAJiUlUHlcc UU JUUlulili y- , .
A Homestead Bill has been introduced
and referred. Jt is somewhat liberal in
.its provisions,, but will no doubt be consi -
.- 4erably amended before being passed.
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As to the passage of ; the three bills
above mentioned we have no doubt. ' Yet,
like all important bills of a general ap-
- plication, they will drag slowly, especially
throuch the House. They afford a fine
- 'opportunity for "a speech," and .all aspi
, ;' . -.m-U.7.. I,. ty
rants ior oratorical iluuc hui uuujin-bs
In the Council, a Select Committee has
been appointed to act in connection with
a similar one from the House, to enquire
mlo all the fiarticulars relative ;to. tha Ca- b
fiiol building-, and report: ; ( " A
The buillicg being as it is the proper-
ty hi the general ; government, its j ewn
fopd spent in the erection, anl..under
control of its own disbursing agent, II
doubt the right of the Assembly to demand
such information. Yet I have no doubt
Governor Cuming will furnish all in his
A'Slect Committee has also been ap-
pointed to enquire into the condition of
all Banks in the Territory and repot,- ever before, tnpught of, never betore car
Here arises another question of ; . doubt,' ried intq execution. Our new Hotel Will
Provided the suspended Banks have vio-1
latcd their charters, are they subjects of
the Legislative Assembly or of the Courts?
The Legislature may throw around,' not
only the suspendod' Banks, but those in
active operation, SI
such restrictions as 'to
y- tfll tQ);ci To arrive at what IS
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lor uie general ooa unaer ail circum-
thoughf, truly. . We
uupe w uai is uwie uiay uc iwt tuc gwu ui
if wp nrA tn barn nanPr ciirrpncv. WrIth
n,i- rQ w cn,j
thy whatever, neither do we feel like 1
striking down those that tare sustained
1 -t ' . '
Aiiiunas aiso been lntroaucea provia
ing for the formation cf a Territorial
lioara or Agriculture, it is tne same
bill introduced last session, but which was
lost "amid the rubbish" in the House. It
is an important bill to every locality in
the Territory. Everything that can be
done to encourage agriculture should be
looked after. In this connection another
important bill ha3 also been introduced,
viz : a bill providing for the encourage
ment of the growth of Hedge Fencing.
A Bill to amend the charter of Nema
ha City and another to incorporate the
Nemaha City Hydraulic Company, have
been introduced and passed their second
reading in the Council.
oome excitement was cieated in our
i ! evil I i
ousiness circles on inursciay ol last week,
bv the rpnort that our hankprshad rpf.is.
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l" Italic AXUICI OCIJU UU UCUUSIl. I
Mr. Larrds. ntin lias Pvinnpd his nsnn
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pntprnrismor and nublic snirit. authorizes
us to sav that he Has never refused nor
does he intend to to treat this currency
1.1 .1 ! 1 1 T 1 i I
me same as iuu currency oi an renaDie
I o r"i I -o unt nA i-r -in hneinaeo hmicoe I
par and rejoice at the opportunity of do
It seems very singular to us, that any
one of this community should manifest a
disposition to put down, instead of endea
voring to uphold, this invaluable ; circu
lating medium double so in these tight
times and shows a want of public spiri-
tedness and energy truly reprehensible.
It likewise appears to a reflecting mind
that business men who are as thriving as
those among us (we do not allude to any !
class, but all) should feel "cramped" for
, funds whereby to make remittances East,
merely because of the issue of six thou-
sand dollars of a local currency,' which
will not pass current in the cities' where
their goods are purchased. Do we - not
use that amount of money almost ' daily
in our local business transactions ? Do
not debtors demand and receive, for ser
vices rendered, to those indebted, the
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nium 0f uus issue, in tne circle oi every
r 1 1ir j
rtronir-Tnup nntir . iih sivpr. hiiu
wm be corroborated oy every one,
i .i. : t- ;. i iv:
sucnis me case, jvery uu
money is secured beyond the possibility of
failure. Is such the case with the "ilog
Eye Bank" and its promises to pay, and j
the "Mud Lick" institution, and its is
sues of "payable on demand" so eagerly
sought for and greedily grasped ?
Were the intentions of the Hotel Corn-
nariv sneculative and called forth by the
i j i
f and secured only as
banks are at present bound for the re
demption of their currency, then would we
also discountenance them, and be as will-
ing to denounce the institution as any one.
But it is not. It offers, after all other
means have failed, to secure what we have
lonr needed, and what will prove to us a
public good to the travelling community
vij 5.fnff a first-class hotel.
In this connection we would say to
those indebted to us, "Give us produce or
give us Scrip."
GoTcrnor's Message. t
We publish in to-day's paper this ex-
cellent document. It is lengthy and nec
essarily crowds out much interesting mat-
ter which was prepared for this issue; but
we are assured it will prove far more
interesting to our home readers tnan any
J thin pIsp we could imblish. It is an able
uiuuc. ciiim uvi vumu uua
-k. ......1 i.Uwl n Itm wui,iAlinn
I l'luCU Uia usuu.i ioittui hi i,iuuui,uuu.
We received the above document by the
kindness of Capt. I. T. Whtte, who pro
jcured it at St. Joseph during a visit to that
I . ..
J place. :I ; .: :j , . . !
Two days later we received one through
I the kindness of the postmasters between
here and Omaha city. Receive our thanks
gentlemen, and rest assured we remain
as grateful as though it had ne ver reach
us. ' It was marked "via : Rock . Port;
Mo.," tut we excuse you on the ground
of not having your spectacles at hand.
This season of rejoicing and-fire-
crackers is at hand, cad" great prcra;
ions are- beii"' .mnJe. to have a ."bou.
time gerierdly" bv our neighbors oil the
otner gjJe of the creet. None have been
nie bv our "yourr;i friends at this place
as ai intend to participate rjia' the,-gay
and lively young people on the Missouri
side. However it is the intention if
our dancinrr community on New Year's
night to have an extraordinarily and intei
sely superb, and extremely grand "Fan-
cyllop.V the tie Hui ultra,, the jsc. Jana
magnum bonum, of all things in that line
be ready for the occasion and all mil
have a good opportunity of displaying
their "poetry ; of rQOtwn'j j and making
love to the girls. -
N. B.; We shall carry a;club onltha
occasion to keep the girls trom. making
lore to us. .' ! .! '!.'
Read he interesting description of
'"ine leiDpie ,m rans, uv uur twies-
. ? . ; , Jt.. ' : mi i ,; ' ' r 1
pondent, in that place. It will be. conclu
i i tr l . l
Qea ncl1 ' " e
teresting letter which has been crowded
out by, the Governor's Message; . but wil!
appear new wee
nena jjs is suu pegging away at
k nend JJjej is still "pegging
his occupation, saving toles, at the j ol
stand on Main street, where those desir
ing a handsome and graceful boot or shoe
can be accommodated on the lowest terms,
See advertisement. ,
The Ladles Repository.' !
For December is on our table. We
consider this the best ladies Monthly pu
blished anywhere. Each number contains
two splendic steel plate engravings, and
contributions from the first writers of the
The publishers address a special call to
the ladies. We are sure, if they take the
matter in hand, there will be no cause o:
complaint in regard to the lack of sub
".Ladies, you especially have an mte
rest in the spread and influence of the
Repository.' Will you lend your aid to
WllCt. tXllO UUJVi . VUU UU It
effectively than you. Call upon your heigh
w.'arf frc iUm A
UUl J fl-AVtl t 1 J U i 1U
t& wni.uix ui n. laia 10 tis n tti juiu Ultll
uu"1" vuc tuu" UU"S "-"c l'lc
sent month of December a thorourrn ran
. . ... . .
ma'L-;nff tv,om o;r,t-;.
the real character and claims of this ma
rro 7inft vwtk von Itf Knl lottA tmi T A " rrkonl t
a1"-""- -jr Ltutic numu icoun
n " " .
pository, immense a3 it now is. bhall i
be done?" Address Swokmstxdt& Co,
The Christian AdTocate.
Published by the Methodist Book Con
cern, Cincinnati, Ohio, is the largest and
best religious paper published in the Uni
fed States. It is devoted to the spread o:
religious principles, ihe cultivation of. mo
rality, general intelligence, the arts ; and
sciences, and abounds with the best , lite
rature of the day. Price $1,50 per an
num. ' ' : '' '
Omaha, Dec. 9, 1857.
Editor Advertiser': 1 ,' . ' '"
Ihinking , a few notes of. "passin
events at the capital would interest
your readers, I drop you a line.
There ssems to exist among members
a much better feeling than usual. ' How
long it may remain so is dufficult to say,
I AUiii 11 Ilia V 1 C 1 11 CL I LI BJ 13 UUlUtUli IV Ctt 1
Thg or ' ation of bolh Houses
i . .
I place altera tew caucuses, and, as you
doubtless aware ere thia, resulted
. plpction of Dr. G. L. Milt.er
Qmah President of me Council, and J
II. Decker, Esq., of Nebraska City
Speaker of the House. Both are libera
hijrh-minded gentlemen of conservative
views upon the conflicting questions
The Capitol question may be brought
up before the close of the session. If
re-location of the Capitol can
succeed, it can only do so by removin
it to the interior, lhe most prominent
poini talked of at present is Columbus
Platte county, on the Loup Fork. '. That
this place possesses more natural ad van
tages perhaps than that of any interior
point, the well informed will readily ad
mit. Itis geographically in the centre
of the Territory, and is one of the most
fertile portions of Nebraska; is in the
Platte Yalley, at the junction of the Loup
and Platte rivers. 5 Being in the imme
diate vicinity of the .Platte, Loup For
and bhell creek, excellent timber or van
ous qualities prevail in the greatest abun
dance, together with any amount of good
stone. It is immediately on the Military
Road to California ; is about midway be
tween the Missouri river and New Fort
Kearney. The country around is already
rapidly nnmg up ana is capable or sus
taming perhaps a heavier population than
any other inland' point in the Territory,
The weather is quite mild for the sea
son of year - The current of . the river
perfectly clear,' no floating ice even. 1
Nothing of importance yet being fair!
before the Legislature, news is some
what meagre. More anon. . ' V . .' j -
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The above is somewhat out of date,
yet coming as it does from an old friend,
we give it a place in our columns. Ej.
Weather mild and pleasant.
CORRECTED WEEKLY. ,
Bbowxtille, Dec. 17, 1857
Flocr, p gaekw
Buckwheat Flocs. & Sack-
fV.tf I . .... . i ' .
f l So'
v)R), y bushel-. r4"?
Oats, V bmhel,.
.r."... lo i
Chicixvs, V dos.,
Fbesii Beef, 8
44 1'orK, pjr 10 lb i.
Dried Apples JJ bushel,---
r 25o ,
itiin, .... ...
N ails, per keg,
Whjskv. tr trallpn. .... -4-
UcTTEBr: .v r.r.T. .-r.Tv:vr,
bALT, f) bnsb,
do V sack,
Bkans, ) bnah. -Dby
liiDE3, y lb,
Sr. JosErn Dcc.'9,'57l
"Whbit, bush, ...'. 75cfl,0ft ,
Cokx.W bosh. ...-..-..t 30c(IUo
'Flocr, f cwt,- '...'........:?3,504,50
HcciwhsaT' Flock, ff wt, . 4,o0fe4,i .
Feesh Pork; V lb. ' 4lAVXo
Potatoes, S bush, ..I. '3040c;
(White Beaits, bush,.- , -.1,50.
"Butter, V lb. 2530o
Eocs, doi-- f 20(J25:
Chicerns, doa.- ?2,503,00,
DrtHides ; 6(60
Slgar, ) Tb,
St Loris,Nor.23. ''
TVkeaT, S btish, ,-
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Corn, bush, .... -
Oats, bnsh, ... .'....
' : 4()o
- , fl,25
. Flocr,-$ bbl, ......
Buckwheat, r lock, per cwt,
Beaks, per bush, .... .... ....
Potatoes, per bushel,
- ; Main Street, . '
.BrownvUhf JV. T.
Wm. T. Den,
Ktarboir returns bit sincere
thanks to the citizens of Brownvillo and
surrounding country for their libcml and
extensive patronage they have extended him for the last
fifteen months since he commenced business, in tbe above
place; that be has fitted up his new establishment Xo.
16, Main street, for the entire purpose of accommodating
all those who wish to prtronizc him to have their boots
and shoes make to order; and having selected the best
Quality of leather suitable for the West, and having en-
Caged experienced workmen be would say to the public
that be is now ready to serve them on the shortest no
tice with a superior article of Boots and Shoes, sewc or
pegprd, at as low prices as any other establishment in
jnj"RcPJirin8 done on tne shortest notice. 5
CLAIM NOTICE. ?
To nenry C Urosset. and all other whom it may
concern. You are hereby notified teat I will appear at
the Land Office in Brownvile, on Saturday Jan. 2jid, 1868.
at 10 o'clock, a m, to prove up my right of pre-emption
to the south-west quarter of section 22, township 6,
north of ranee 15 east. W. H. MclMNCU.
December 34th. '67. 26-2 w
To John H. nay and all others whom it may concern"
You are hereby notified that 1 will appear at the Land
Office in Brewnville, Aemaha county, Nebraska Terri
tory, on Monday the 28th -day of December, 1857, at 10
oiclock All to prove up my right of Pre-emptfon to the
south-west qnarter of section 10, Township 6, north of
Baage u, east of the sixth principal meridian,
luakl.es u.- philpot.
DecenibejlS, '67 n25-2t
$6000 Scrip Wanted,
For the same amount of Real Estate in Brownville at
low figure. ' Apply to
LUSIIBAUGII & CARSOU
MILTON . CLARK,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER I It
WINES AND LIQUORS,
: . Ao. 9, Jtfain Sired,
. BROW1TOLLE, N.
HAVIXG parcbaf-ed tbe entire stock of Goods belong
ing to J. R. Davis, together with large and extensive
additions just received, I am -now prepared to furnish
every variety of
Heavy and Fancy Groceries,
I rOR. HOTEL AMD FAMILY VSE.
I have iq i-tore, and for sale cheap, a large supply of
' ' COFFEE,
Best quality Rio and Java ' -
Every quality and
Ilavana crushed and best article of brown sugar.
Large supply of superior New Orleans molasses,
cncr'B and uoiueu syrup.
TOBACCO AJVD SEGARS,
Extensive variety and all of tbe best brands.
; ; ' Consisting in part of
A great variety and put up expressly for family use.
- PIE FRUIT, ,
Every description of Fruit, such as
Fresh Peaches, Apples, Cherries. Goose
berries, Currants, Eubarb, etc.,
.For sale cheap and warranted freehand good.
nVOTfTny O A Vn . OA 7?71TATJ?Q
lyj.ijJ.Md XvO AlU O-alxAZlVXiO,
A large supply of the best brands and warranted good.
A large nurntlty of various article of domestic use too
tedious to mention.
WH,ES AD LIQUORS,
. . Claret .Wines.
; Extra Quality of
c . . .
Freneh and Ameriean Brandies,
Wolfe's Slicidam Schnapps,
Old Monongehela, Bourbon,' and Kye
' COMMOX WIIISKEX ALE, Sc.
Just received 60 boxes superior Western Reserve for
aala ckean for cash. ' '
. . . ., J1ILTOX F. CLAKK.
ALT. 4oe tinkling accounts against J. R. Davis wtll
oil -tm !i unbscriber and have them cancelled; and
those indebted to him will please call and settie, as long
er iadulgence will not be rivm. -
MILTON F. CLARK.
Be It erdained by the Council of tbe city of Brown-
tU!c, That all iu city oraer snail owr ten per ceni
i per annum from their date until reJfitied. y
Approved uec. i, io. i
A. S. UOI.LADAT. Mayor.
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Be U ordained bv the Council cf the city of Brownville,
That the rula nf onr thousand dollar be appreciated
fttr the porpote tj gratauj Allan. is vH in.ni me
Approved Dec. 1657.
A. 3. llUUiDAI, yor.
Jons n. Macs, Recorder.
I will receive !ealcd pmposals from now until the first
Monday in January 1866 for the grading of Atlantic .treet
i front lbXv tu Sixth, klrcctv-.., .,.,..
The proposals to be per cubic yard for cnt and fill.
The 8uccefil hid lpr will Jbe-TKiaire( to (five wiU
apt-roved $emrit- fir ttio du4 peUri ince of . ibo, worH
wiihin sis inuath3 Iruui tlie Ictiine tcereof.
JOHN' U.MAVX, Recorder.
"B itrdained by the Cutineii o th rtty of- Bmwnvilte
That the owner or owners of lota on Main street be rc-
dnii-ed'to ent !! fhe tnnh-irt wmwe ilr -rvMnsh
vtf tbe street in front their respective loU to the centre
of said street;' ana that the tame 'be completed by the
first day of Jimtwry tiext 1 ;-'' r " T
2,1 Should the owner tf any lot or lots fa 1 to comply
with the provisions of the first section of this Ordinance,
it shall be the duty of the Marshal to have the same
done at the expense of the owner of said lots, and if the
same is not paid for b the onn.ru i f mud loU within one
month from the cotauieum at" saw work the Marshal
I shall piocecd to sell so mnch of .said lots as will pay said
indebtedness, Krst glmig ten flays notice ol such lime ol
sale , -
' 3,1 It Is bereny made the duty of tne Marshal ta see
that Main street is cleaned of. all kinds of wood or lum
ber at the expenses of the owners of mch wood or lum-
hor, nist civiiig the party or parties reasonable time- to
remove the ame after riving due notice to that effect.
,,,.Apprgvc,lDec7.-l!v6 r ... . , , ,
" - ."-AS nOLLADAT, Mayor
: ,. Jons n MDVS, Recorder ... . i
. Doctor WIITTE, having removed, from 32 Tine St to
jo. 7, rinc Street, M. Louis Mo
' Ctntmucs to be consulted on all
. .Diseases of a Private -.Nature.
By a long course cf study and practical experience of
unlimited extent, Dr M'hrte has the gratification of pre
senting the unfortunate with remedies that have never
failed te cure the most alarming caos of
GOXORRIHEA A1XD SYPHILIS
Beneath his trcatmeat all the horrors of Venereal and
Impure Blond, Scrofula, jonorrho?a, ulcers. Fains and
Uistre-'s in the region of Procreation- Inflammation ef
the Bladdef and Kidneys, Ahscewes, IT .mors, Frightfnl
Swellings, and the long trairi of IlorCible symptoms at
tending this class of rii.euses ' are made to become as
harmless as the simplest ailir.esof a child. -
Dr w. devotes a great part of his time to the treat
inent of those case caused by a secret and solitary habit
which ruins the body and mind, unfitting the Infortunat
individual for either businesn or society. Some of the
sad and melancholy effects trIiiced by these early ha
bits of youth are Weakness of the Back aixi Ijnilw, Du
llness of the head. Dimness of Sight, Palpitation of the
Heart, Dypepsia, Nervousness, Derangement of the Di
gestive Powers, Symptoms of Consumption, &c.
Tbe fearful effect! on tnt mind are much to be dread
ed, vi : Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Depression
of Spirit, Evil Forebodings; Aversion to Society, Self-
Distrust, Timidity, &c, are among the evils produced.
Such persons before contemplating marriage should con
sult a physician of skill and experience, and be at once
restored to health and happiness.
Fever and Ague Cured! Warranted!
All letters containing a fee addressed to C. D. WHITE
M. D., St, Louis Mo. will . meet, with; prompt attention
and medicine sent secured from observation.
jCj-TAe ttrictett tecrtcy obierved in all eae$.
Don't forget the place :
&3"lTo 7. Pine St.. Saint Louis. Tlo-fl
J. n. MIXXICH respectfully invites Ladies and Gen
tlemcn to call at his Ambrotype C.allery, where speu
men pictures can be seen of the first quality, and where
you can have a miniature taken that cannot be surpassed
m beauty and durability, and which will be warranted
not to change in any country or climate. Children can
be taken of fair days in from two to five seconds.
Please give me a call,
I'll try to accommodate all.
lockets and Breastpins Filled.
t3O01ce in Xemaha Valley Banking House.
ri23-4t Brownville, Dec 2, 1S57.
.A good comfortable House end small stable, in a tract
vi iaiiu n.uoiuinK too ciijr ui jjrownvmp.
n23-3t Dec 6, 1807 1IOADLEY & MT'IR
t will give employment to a good, industrious Potter.
well acquainted with the business.
n23tr Brownville, Dec 5, 1857.
CLETELAXO PLAIX DEALER
Will commence tho seventeenth volume on the first
day of January next. It will continue a National De
mocratic Journal, readable in every State and Territory
of this Union. The Plain Dealer has now been publish
ed seventeen years by the same individual ; has fought
five rrcsiucntiai, ana twenty-one State Campaigns with-
i out missing an issue, and is now in better pluck to fight
tne uames or democracy man ever. Hand to hand have
we contended with Enow Nnthingism. Ureelevism. Bee-
cherisin, and Black Republicanism; until now we see
the Xational Democracy triumphant o'er them all. The
National Administration is ours Pennsylvania. Iowa.
; Minnesota, and Ohio have been gloriously redeemed. It
is confidently predicted that in three years, or by the
neat Presidential election, every State and Territory in
the Union will be Democratic.
We have passed through an extraordinary year. While
the earth has brought forth in unusual abundance, and
tbe land is burdened with a surplus of rich products;
hanks have been bursting about us on every side; and
panic, like "the pestilence that walks at noon-day," has
pervaded all branches of business. This paper bubble
system burst just in time to save the farmer harmless,
having still in hand his crops instead of worthless bank
EVEXTS OF THE YEAR TO COME.
I The policy of the now National Administration 1 to be
established. A new Congress, Democratic in both bran
ches is soon to assemble. The President's First Annual
Message is to be delivered. The new states Minnesota,
Kansas, and Oregon to be admitted. Our I'nion is to
be enlarged to thirty-four States. In Ohio, an Indepen
dent Treasury is to be established; and the Black Repu
blicans routed I
NOW IS THE TffllE TO SUBSCRIBE!
We shall have every w eek
A list of all the broken banks,
The latest market reports, .
Tales, and Telegraphs from all part.
Single Subscribers $2 001 Clubs of twenty f.1.25
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Pay Invariably in advance. ' To the getter up of club,
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Those desiring the PreMdeiit' Mesase and other Pub
lic Documents can subscribe now.
Subscriber to the new volume sbonle semi In their
names as early as the middle of December, so that they
may be registered In time foe the first number. All
funds received at current rates, and if registered, at our
. . J..W. U3AT, Cleveland, Ohio.
XATIQ.YAL POLICE GAZETTE.
This (Jreat Journal of' Crimes and Criminals is In its
Thirteenth year and is widely circulated throughout tbe
country It is the first paper of the kind published in the
United States, and is distintivc in its character It h is
lately paed into the hands of Geo W.Matsell &Co, by
whom it will hereafter be conducted Mr Matscll was
I Iornlerl i-onceor iev xormty, and he will
probably render it one of the most interesting papers in
the country It editorials are forcibly written, and of
character that should command for the paier universal
support. . .
rr"Subscriptlons, 82 per annum ; $1 for ix months.
to be remitted by subscribers, (who should write their
names and the town, county, and state w here they re
side plainly) To
GEO W AlATSELL, & CO.
National Police ? uette, J."ew Tors: City
ciaAES & TOBACCO.
: VINING & SWAIN,
Importer and Manufacturer of Cigars
Tobacco Commission Merchants,
88, Main St reet. St. Louis, Mo.
Keep constantly on band a full and complete assortment
GEUaIAN, D03IESTIC, AND HAVANA CIGARS
(For arconnt of the Manufacturers, and for sale at their
prices) every variety of
Virginia Manufactured Tobacco
To which the attention of Dealers is ret-pectmily invited
5TF"Country orders wilt l-e put up, subject to the ap
proval of the purchaser, and if But satisfactory, can be
held subject to our order
. ' VLXIXG k SWA1X,
T. E. IIAYCOOK;
. ; Attorney at Law
' ' ' A It D
HEAL ESTATE AGENT.
Mount Vernon, Xemaha Co.,
Particular attention paid to the practice of law anddd-
Ifictiott of debt in tbe counties oe Xemaha, Pawnoe,
Sohnson, and Richardcn, Nebraska Territory.
Real estate boticLt and jkl on commission. Land
warraus locate-1 for distant dcalrrs. Pre-emp-tiou
papers carefully prepared.
Sam. II. Elbert, Plattsmouth, X. T.
11 P Bonnet, Nebraska city, V T
' O D Rictiardson, Omaha ciiy, XI
Fenner Ferguson, M C, Bellevue, XT
,-, Cassady k Tost, Bankerfi Cuicil Bhift", Iowa
C.M.k, Sergeaot k Cook, Fort DeJiauine, low. ;
Deceniber , lo&7 tit:y
ZOOK & BALDWIN,
Porost City, rwXo.y
ZD IHL XJ C3p S5
Dve Woods, DyestulTs,1
Oils, Pnlats and Painters Articles
Varnishes, Window-glass and Putty,
French, English, and American Perfumery.
nvr .-j v.;. .-J
i I.- . iuucihuu '"6 ""T
V? tooth brashes, paint brashes, surgical and dent
il 1 ' instruments, rpwe. snuffs, mannfaetnred
tobacco; all the patent medicines of the day; pure
wiaes aikl brandies, for'mfJioal poqioaes; choice
teuexana ianc7arucies,i..ei.. i
Agents ior the sale or
Wistar's Brtlsam of Wild Cherry.
Roger' Liverwort, Tar and Canclialagtia. , ,
Oagood'i India Cholaoow, ; '
Jones' American CholajToeae; ' -I
Gaysott'H Yellow dock and Sarsararilla:
Smith' Tonic Syrup. " ' "r"
LOUIS WALDTEUr r r-
House, Si?a, and . Ornamental Painter,
; PAP E 1111 AXCER, !
NEMAHA CITY, N. T.
Takes this melhoil of Informing the -puMle that he has
removed Ids paint shop from Rockport, Mo., to this place
Ha thinks himself qaalifled to undertake any wnrk per
taimng to his uiievf b-umi,, aau .respecifully iavites
tne puonu co-give dibi a e.i. - t
Pleae leave orders at the "Advertiser" office."
Jfov. 19, 1S67. - - n21-if
. FTont Street
.-- .r ' . .
CrownvIIle, IVebraska Territory,
J.' H. I.IAUN & C6.,T
Tla Just received the
WEST OF SAIJVT LOUJS,
Consisting, in "part of the following
' articles, which they propose to sell
Cheap for Cash:
Pure white lead
Raw and burnt nmbre
Spanish w hiting
Lithcrage . l
Varnish brushes' v
Sa.h and window tool
Wall brashes - -Letterinx
Camel hair pencils
Cod liver oil .'
Sweet oi 1
Patent medicines, alt sorts
Toilet oap i '
, Cloth Brunhc
' A Inb, 0,1s soft shell
1 llnrd shell Almond
Ktlberts, peacarui (
Pea, nuts J J.
Oyster in tan .
Ulack and Imp Teas
Of the best brands, chewing and smoking. Cigars fin
est quality ami flavor.
. ' FRUITS AjYD LIQUORS.
Preserved fruit for pies, brandicd peaches, fresh pea
ches in cans, pure liquor for medical purposes, Jamaica
rum, Holland Gin, Irish whisky, Bourbon whisky, gmcer
brandy, Cordial, Port wine, cherry wine, wnllo wine,
Foolscap paper, fancy letter paper, gild edge Botes,
and envelopes, plain, fancy and embossed; pens and pen
holders, inks of all kinds, inkstands and 1'aber pencils,
sealing wax wafers.
A Splendid Assortment of Perfumeries,
Comprising Lyon's Kathairion, cologne, pom made
genuine ox marrow, bear grease and oils, musk and es
sences of all kinds and of the finest quality.
Physicians' Prescription attended; ;
of the day and night.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
- Consisting of.
POWDER AXD SHOT
With all articles usually found at such places,
They invite their friends and the public generally to
give them a call, and they pledge themelve to give Uiem
satlsfaetion as to price and quality of their goods.
Nov. 81. '67-v2-n22
The Ohio Statesman
Since obtaining possetkion of the 'Ohio Statesman.' tlie
Publisher has received numerous assurance from the
Democracy of their cordial desire to extend It aircula
tion. We shall meet this disposition more than half
way. Todo so most effectually, we have incurred heavy
expenditure for editorial assistance; and for tupplyiag a
very large amount of new type and material.
The Weekly will be made the People's Newspaper.
Except immediately daring the political canvas, it will
be more largely occupied than nsual with the best varie
ty of Family Heading, General w and choice miscel
lany and market and commercial tables and report. Xo
weekly paper in the I'nloa will contaia more genera
cn-1 valuable information. It will be furnished at the
fol lowing very low rate :
Single Subscribers $2 00 a year.
Club of three 6 00
Clubs of ten IB ot
Club of twenty 25 00
Club of fifty 60.00
Club of one hundred 100,00
All clubs of twenty subscribers aud over, must be
ordered to a single address. , . . , )
The Daily contain the latest new and market reports
from all part of the world. It will tie farnifhed as
fol lows :
Single subscriber " $6 00
Clubs of ten 60 00 - i
Tlie tri-weekly ia furnished at $3.00 a year, 'or- $1,50
for six months, and contains the inside matier cf lhe
Clubs of ten and upwards, to one address, will be fur
nished at tbe rate of $25 00 a year. -
All payment must be made in advance, and the pa
per will be discontinued at the end of the time paid for.
0"'rite tbe name and post-, tn.es -iistincily, tbat
no mistakes need be mace in entering the names on our
JA'S. HADDOCK SMITH.
Colc-mbcs, Ohio. Publisher.
Wholesale Liquor Store.
"OOD & WOLFSON,
. , ' Importer aud Dealer in '
Foreign and Domestic Wines k Li
' quor?, Tobacco, Cigars, &c., &c.
Setond Street one dnor above BeiUtic't Banking Uouie
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
The ubscribr have just opened in St. J.meph, ene of
the large! and m t varied aswwtment of Wine an-1 Ll
iinors ever offered in this market, and which they offer to
TEX PER CEXT CAE4PER
Tnan any other house in tfortb-West Musob, i
MH. WOLF SOX
Ha been ercngfl in the business for number of years
in St. Louis and New Orleans, and Hatters l.iniseif
thai he oaa make it an object to the wi sting to
purchase to call and see him.
Ej-Cormtry merchant are earnestly solicited te call
and examlua our stock and pri. en.r-5
WOOD fa. WOLFSOX.
. St. Jarjk, Mo.
IIouie, Sign, k Ornamental Painter,
' OLAZIER,' 4"-- -
- KROWXVILLE, X.T.'
53- Orders ctn be Iclt at the City Druj Store. JU
Prospectus for the Focrth
or thk cr
COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATE
VrnJIn January 2Sih. lS.
FUJI CHASE OP TTIK
--- -a. VJTO.
HE-PURCHASE OF THE
. WORLD. REXOH'XED ST rrjr
Powers' Greek Slave t
The Management bave?reat satisfaction in
that theCosmuuolitan Art Aswictati.rti, ,1' n
or cnparalleleil suns, enters upuniu f-r h ' "
dcr the most brilliant
au.pi.:e. The d ir.-k, .
rreal Duh.seld.irr ci,IIfK-ti.,ii n.in,.. .
hnndred and eighty thowa4 Mlm) A,Z21'4 1
chue of Powers
ers' te.ebrateil tutueof the 'ink' i
tBinsand olart, fwe:her wi kJ JV' !
acost of six
dred other valivibiewerks of Art femter ,,e r' un-
to subscribe en-.iter tlioa anv Krni..f..r-. ... !"K,M'iit I
the large and valuaole col lection of p timing to h. U""1
ded as premiums to siitocnbers, on the j ""
ISoS, are mauy from the Dael-lorf p. """T.-
lug the well known Othello u4 Vfifiro k'r7 r !
ri, Tht Xympkof IXana, Tkt Thai it u I
The works in
Mrhlw will aiiK.-A n'
and ortslnal s?i, Tht Cnv Slave, i,
Terms of S abscrlptic n I
Hrery verwiwu'wrriinriTtlireedoUa!. r!rnk. k... '
f, Jaott-ryt-xw Dii-j. Ua titled to tb iai J?f 4
teel Engraving, Ala,,,,, iX-my-- Zu ia r1
Af lllniifi.i.in t. Ik. II. .11 a . ...
rier, for the year Thus it ,ecn that f. ty,
dol.ars paid, the si wriker.Woi.iy wrfvs a I
three doIar.eiigtiivlU. btuals. the l eanululiy iw t
trated twodollar Art journal, neyear, tocether w,;k , ;
cerUdcate in the annual award of prem na. by wjc.
valuable work ef art in pa.nliiig orscul ture nuyt rs.
ce:-vd in addition, rlviug to every suhwi iber oa tam.
leni io me vatne of nve ol lar, and a sctificat ia i.
award -f prsmiuius, gratis.
Jj-lhe engraviim -Saturaay Siiht,,iU b furBlJll,
In place of Manil-t letiiiy if dmtred.
To those who prefer the Magazine in pl-f of the vj
gravianamt Art Journal, tlae Association will far,-, i
wit, a certificate in the awjrd of pfeniiun, ant uo. L'
the following (3 Magazine, via :
Emerson' Magazine aud Putnam's Kcmbly, fo.mbin. v1
, The Atlantic Magazine, lUrper' MaKazlne' ;,-,,
Lady' Magazine, Graham's. Bl-acki.,!-
em Literary MeMner, (
Or any cne-of the tollowinu Uritish quarterlies, vn i
Kdinburgh, North British, W.iminMr '
AndLcndon yuar .crly Kev.ew, or Liltei L.:of i
and two cert ideates,
Owing to fhe new series of the Art J .urnal, it enn. L
be furnished free to any except to th -.: wi, sebaitb-u
the Rnsravlng. To all others it is Si a ye.ir in .Vjni,
Acvpyof either of the alove M.igrzme. aidaoV
the Cosmopolitan Art Journal will be turnslie.1 iu7i
including two certificates in lie award of premium i
Those subscnbinu $tf for two memlte-slups tHinz Wt
one of the above M:.EazimK and the -71
entitled to the Art J.uim.l fro. ...h . .
the award of premiums. Persons taking Bv, 0,h.,
ships, remitting $15, will m entitled to u. t,.i m, .t
thn Vn..r..i.,.r .,,.1 ... J ""IWllMt
AklresC. L. DFRBV, A -tuarj r. A. k .
Subscriptions rweived by
11. Y. FURNAS, Hon. St
BrovnciUe,X T. 1
IT. II. lVlEEI.131St
WDOLESALK AD KKTilL I IALSR a t
STOVES & TINWARE'
Orosou, TVXo.. )
TAKES pleasure in announcins; thecit;riof
gnn and tRe pnblie in ffenerl, Unit be hu
hand the most exten.sire stock tt Stovei and Ti4
ware, ever offered in this market. 11 j stock ef Tin
ware is of my own msouf ioture, and is for ralen
Wholesale and Retail nt St. Lou u prices. j
I wonl.l cult yi.r!icnlar attention to djt rtock
COOKING STOVES, comprising the grot iraprwea
patterns both Air-TiMand l'rcmiam. Aiaooirticni
uiav be found Fil!j'sCh.irterO:ik,thebc.t3t ,Ten.,v,
in use, the Asiatic Air-Tiht, l'icneer and pnnfre
tuium. Also ,
Parlor & Box Stoves
. 0 various Sizes and Pattcrnf, tthich I will
SELL LOWEi: TUAN AM LDUSE 13?
Fartlcnlar aitenriaa paid to leaking ;id fiuttnf
np Tin Gutters, in the town and country. Airt-i
pairing done on short notice and mi reasombw terra.;
Old copper, llnus and Pewter taken in M,-hnr
for work or ware. V.' Y. WIIJ.IAMS,
rl-ni . - Oregno, M)., Ju'y 5, 1"A J
r. y. !ai in.
EEcqulre of R. W". Furnas,
. ; Across the Shute
At -the -Head of the island above
To TF. S. Hall &. Vo'n Saw 3I1I1.
TLIE undersigned antiounces to the Public tUlbt
has purchased the i'erry prir .lege granted Jm
son Peters, at the last Session f the Ie ji.-ha.tur-,
and is now prepared with anew and substantial!
at all time to aocc imnoJate tin public. t'tu.-i
usual rates. .
TJEIAU SMITH, i
June 11th. 1357. . 3i-a
NEW ARRIVAL 1
' TIN YV A HE.
A iNXOUXCES the public Uat h la ju f
jtx. ceiled, pec Steamer Emmiv a tery iurj
well a-ssorted tck cf l'arlor "d txik SlVT" f
new ami iniprovoj jxitterri', a lollows;
Shanghai Elevate? Oven.
Buck' t Clipper Urn.
u fiiproetd 'at'em u
.Charter Oak "
all of which I pled ge myself to sell at as fair r
and on as accoBiJCidating terms as any ether
liahment ia this reitQ of eouuiry.
I have aUt now a hand every re iu sit Tan"
of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron ware, n J am prepa"
to put up gutterijigand poatin? and a,l other "'
in my line, at hort notk-e, nxii in work.naaji
manner, which I warrant to give satisfaction.
A nhare t patro&ase u suliuited. .
. J .... , . ,c DEC?Elt.
CrowriTille, July loth, ,13i7. . - -f
NATH L POPE COlLN
Land and General Agent,
WASHIGTOJI CITT, D C.
TTavins reipie-l the sitnatiou whict be bt
the General Ijnil Oftlce for the
charge of the Pie-eaipiion H'U-ean hisfv"
the proMcution of claints bcl-ire the l prtniet,
fhe pre-emption laws, t wtj ute ai.t f Ihli,
.Mr. C. will also give attention to caes before the
sion f fflce. piMCure Land Warrant to parties e'' r
and prosecute claim beflire Congress. i
Rcrcns to I
lion. 3 A. Dougla. lllZMi!, V. S. 3nate.
J. ). Hnaht, liMliitira,
C. K. iwri. Almiiia
. . t w J. ll n. Arkl-. "
i.ia'J W'c ls, Wi.-cui'MO, lljiiie Uep.
C.-C. tVasaMira. ' '
R. l,'t Smith. Illinois,
John B. nlil-e. l.uUiana. "
Tto-eij. A iivs-irkks. Coirt'f land Uffls.
J . S(. Wi!.n, r. i. Chief Clerk
lion. K. H-Hniuiii!t,fi, Kx- ym'r. Indiana.
J-ime- flurl, f v-Cun'r, 1inns.,ta
f;eo. C. Whi'iHg, C-rfn"r euioti4.
Our. Jte'arv. St. PjuI, jlinmiou f
Messrs. Hweenr. Fe-it . Co., Banier Wa.
I'airo At Xoor-e, d l"
Chabb Brother, . do '
Ster, Lea A. Co, d
Also, to the Hiftrict Lin l Offlrer ciB?rII.T-,4
all who have had I md bu.-"ines at the vt ut A
tor years. fJ-.V bnsiiie letters wi:l recesv ,
lion nnles svn.mnaniert hr a fee.
Notice to Tax Payers, j
The Tax payers f N'emaha eotintv are li'"
that tates are uow due. and thit I am preijr
Mines receive and receipt for trst ame.
9 . Tim r-1
nines receive ana r-cinpi ror vtm auii-. ' , , -o
tofr be drseday mi Janaary, tt-JN "ll "V ,
Ject to a penalty of twenty-five percent, per (
ditional, according to our Reventi Ijw. n, '
.T. RAIXl'.r. Tre.S,ji -
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARnE11? !
The co-partnership heretofore .ftisti W '',r'T4.rif (
Mann and A. S. Holladav, umlerthe mm n'1 ' ';
J. II. Maaa K Co., kt ibis day dijolvet l-y a'i' j
It is an-iionsly deMred that the affiiT f ""r,1.c e
lmmelite!y swtlen; ther.e totise w'tokw ,
thenzselve iixVteted in. aay znaaiirr wialf r o( )r,
due warnm. It mnst be done and that
lav. All deatsni'Mtbe ' A. it. Hl'"--' ,
will be found for the pre-iU t the p.,sva.inve- j
n52-V..25. '57 A. 1H)LI.P '-
.ki. Jar for'
j . r.ma ana n.sni 111 M htv - . .-.,a
ew co-partnership rnler the tho Inn ai ,yl".
l.!.andwiil.-U.ie-ibMos..uU fcasme-' " ,
aad cf McAllister, Dozier k Cv
JTCM3 cns i
9 ' 8, IS5f.
oeauiitiil wrxs ia Carrara ui.irble: Tes
tor; The SUtue cf !:, ht, 24 g-Ck.f l i
Tht Sttdntt, MvireStg; cniurMap, mlJ "M
hundred magniUcClit aud fts!!y w3.'kil Ji,..', 1
ture, and Bronze. .
year the most beiiniful masazme in Amines TLV 7
a certificate in the award of premiums, by whuk. , '
work of Art may be reveh en irstur. alt., t.. " t
--w i IU at 1
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