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Eim EMIT MS
TE have jt opened heavy Stock of Fall ami
clJLs &Lua -VC
j iij a -3 .!Eb d'-J U -a :-la
tad Ffcapj line, which we arc now prejarca to oner to tn ! tniier cxirciuciy low iioo.
Tor Casli or Countrj Produce.
her 29. 1 S.7.
L3VU. lW '
I. T. WHYTE & CO'8,
BROWITVILLE, N T.
WE bare jut recesred an entirely r.rvr anl lrge nsorin:ent of Superior Oords. wh'th we will sell a
as reasonable prices as any establUhuiiuf in t!ie Wet, our m tto bo'rg -Lire an I !'.t Live."
e nivo now in store a great variety of the following articles, which .we purchased for Cash and oonsc
qucntly can fell cheap on the same terms :
BUY GOOBB e& (GKOCEHlIEfsJ,
HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AKD SHOES,
And a fine assortment cr L.I glit Groceries,
Such as Spi e. I'eppers, ticda,
Salaratas, iSinger, Allspice, etc, etc.
And a gool arti.-leof
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
It is a pleasure tons to show god-, and vreask you to eall ruuud and see for yonrselve.
Oct. 19.1357. v.'ulS-lyj I. T. WHYTE .f CO.
Slesei ess o-reenoaxi tin ,
Main St., one door above L.usnbaugli Si. Carson's Exchange Bank,
Brownville, N. T.
THE proprietors would raft respectfully inform the
they havereceived and are now ojer.ingone i me inrgest ana most complete otocts of Clothing
Ever brought to this market.
J-.j)- ' v. Their assortment of - , '" "
ill I -W "7" S mm 041 jL m m
Smbraocs every variety of Textnre and 1 uces; as to
invisible Green, and (. mtlis, ( ..is?iinr.atitictts.(.ahniorctts,and deans, all ih;id up
. according to the bit t fahiina We cut. Their variety of vests is superb, '
embracing tho very la est styles aud patterns. In tho
SSaltimorc Clothmg - torc
May aluo le found at all tira a fin? ele?tion of Cravats, Stock, Tyo, Collnrs white or colored, ITan Jker-
taieis, ouspenacrs, varpei iwgs, etc., w men we wm sen ncueap any eaiaoiieiimcni in me- ct.
We have the finest and best assortment of
,5 Bonblc anil Slagle Overcoats,
-'.. - v ' tver brought to this Territory.
: ; .'MAT AMD CAPS,
Warranted to suit th j most fast'duous. A fine assortment of
COATS, Dress, Frocli and Sack.
PAXTS, Xvcry Style and Uescription.
TESTS, To please Large and Small.
SIIIUTS, Both YFIiitc and Fancy.
.Over Shirts, Overalls, Drawers, and Knit undershirts.
Buck Gloves, Mitts, and Riding Gloves, etc.
E would but iikthe public tvcnll, iix.unine and
Baltimore Clothing Kmporiutn is not of bet
and twenty-fire percent, cheaper than they have ever
Pcti.bT r.'th. Ibzi. v2nl8-lyl
'Jti i 3 i
a s u
WE offer to tho public, we are confident, the
largest and best selected stock of Groceries
erer offered in this market:
Hhds Sugar, .. S3 Sacks Coffee,
. 125 Sackt Kl mr,4 5 Tierces Rice, .
0 Hbls ilolassos 15 lV.xes Star Candles,
2 Biixes Soap. 150 Sai-Vs Salt,
IJ Cbls Cider Vinlger, 150 Ibis Selt.
I. T. WHYTE k 00.
New Wholesale Grocery House.
WH0LES1LE AjYD RE TAIL
m - DEALUa IN
Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
CIGARS, WOODEN WARE,
Corn.tr ef Main ani Franci Slrtftt Riddlr't Old
,totf Opporite Stouit Hotel,
.-. .ST. JOSEPH, mo.
H1TE Jnst received: tbe larpert and most complete
lttckof tbe above Koods ever opened in upper XiMuri.
to which theattenti..nof tacxhants anJ dealers is ref
jctfuiltnjr invited 4iavinpuirhiFed them p.iueipa'.iy
f or c-n St tbe veT frwet pib'.e prices, in Bph,
Kew Tork and St. LmIs. feel eonSJcut that I can f.tfer
luduceraeuts that are rarely fouul ar.J hoping ly fair
and Ubal deliiilf lw prices ar.d pud Gix ds to merit
a liberal sba e of ttrna?a- Call arid examine my uk
and prices before purchasing"; tales re buatid to f ..liow.
Jn roy stock will he found every article usually kept in
a K v't Orocry HJTJse . ' ' ,;
ARNOLD & CO.,
' Main Strut; St. Joseph , Mo.
' ' ' ". TTiio!esalo Dealers ia
Liquors; ines, Cigars, &c,
Rec:icrr:in iiisimeu umvacj,
niT ts tana, and- are c-nstaniy
t.nr.MMnf all kinis 'of-foreica
end d -mestic Iio.ni.Te,
4rriI, titters, oi every -aecip-".
House, Sia, & 0rhimhfil Painter,
GLAZIER, 4c :
nnors7 viixe, sr. t, ;
t f rdf CiO U ;tU at the City Drc S.ote. ml
j 1 flj
AND "COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Winter Co embrncin:; everything in the StapU
CHAVE . ITII.L
citizens of lrownvile and the public gncrally that
1o!t they have JJrown. Ulue. Hlack, visible and
judge f . r themselves whether the rilothinir at Ih
r madd material, cut with belter taste, h.
SIEGEL & GRKEXBAUM.
A NEW. DAILY NEWSPAPER
By John W. Forney,
I FROPOSe estaMi.-hmfr a Fi -st Class Daily Kewsra.
l-cr iu uc iiiy oi rniiaeipiaa, re:weea the 'M'.h f Ju
ly ana tiie lt t Au:utt, tu c e ititlcd "TUK PRESS."
''The Phess" will he Jemcrjtic in its p-niticrt, and
will tustiiu the pulicy tr the present National A4auni
tratiin. It is my determination to make it worthy of the sup
port of every class of rea lcris. biirni.y, couitice and in
ieieii.lcnce in the uttcia:.te of niv scntijieuts enterprise
an-l efflcieucy in the Commercial Luerwy and Newn De
lirti:ienti, an-l respect for the oiiu.ons of others, will be
Wept c instantly in iew.
i u jvc en:t :kei ail my own mcar's in this project and
mtciid hoi Uii(f v.p a h.urrwi tht -n-UI n.it only be cred
itable to our c.ty and State, but will furnish uks an inde
A somewhat extensive experience in public lire, and
many years' comecti..n witn Joumalism. will, 1 hone
cbtaiu f..r The rress," a favorable rcceiiti..n.
ily friendi in the different Wards and Counties oi
Pennsylvania, and in oMier States will place me unde
many obligations by givinp "The Press" a helping hand".
TERMS OF "TIIE THESS."
ucliy (per annum) iu advance --
Addrws the Editor-and Proprietor, at the fffl:e of
The Pre-? " X ,. 417, Ch-stnut Stseet. next toPcnnvvJ
vanu Bank Building, above Fourth Street Philadelphia
. . . JOHN' W. FOftXKY.
MT. VERNON NEBRASKA.
A. MEDLUT, -Annt.nnces
to the rnbHc tbst hehis purchased the exten
sive Stock-of Gotds bro'isit t. this place by Mr. Dailt
and nw cfters to Kl 1
Dry Goods, Groceries Hard Ware.
.. Queens ware, &c.9 .. . '
at prices as fair as cai be fiinnd ia the Western country,
for Ca n o- H exchJie fur cjuutry p;odJce-
" Land For Sale. . ; ,
Of) Ace P-e-empted Lmd two mile rrom" Krown-
0 ville; 45 cr cf whi;h i timber balnnce botton'
rrai!e;20 acres under fence and biine cultivated th
Knd year ; piod honf c, Mab wll and barn lot. The
; rc.terty will, be e.dd at reasonable r es ard termi.
tcqnire -l R w. rr&KAi At f'Aivertlitr cfiVM. , .
2 t, '47.14 IU
uaiitis jr. p.innv,T "
JAS. I). WHITE,"'
CASSADY, TEST,- RIDE N -&-CO
Successors U Kiden White.
KEBUASKA CITY, N. T.
HAVING made arrangements by which we 'will
receive accurate copies of all th Township
embraced ia tho Ua.sfoin i or:iou of Ncbnuiiii., wo
arc now prepared tu olTvr nur acrvico- to the
" Squatters of Xcbraska Territory.'''
Ia riliin Desl-jatjry Statements of inten
Hon to Pre-empt. Sscunng Pre cap
tions, liocating Land arrant 3-
i AD ENTERING LAND.
Land Warrants IJoulit and Sold.
LAND KNTEIiED OH TIME.
Tartioular attention paiJ to Buying and Soiling
Prnnr.r rtn ertininission: Also, to making l'o!le4io:i
and forwardir.? rimittance to any part of tho Uuion
Blauks of all kod always on naua.
Hon. A. A. Bradford,
S. F.NucolLv T
Messrs. Dolman & 7eat,
I'cter A. Keller.
Jano2H, 185. vl-n4
Nebraska City, f
fit. Joseph, Mo.,
A. B. IIOLLABIKD & CO.,
i Machinists, Founders and.
m Engine Builders,
I iont street, West of Smith,
CINCINNATI, O. ;
Would mst respectfully inform their friends and
tho public jroncrally, that they are now pre
pared to execute all orders in their line, with prompt
ne.. llavins lately enlarged their ehop and with
the increased facilities they now they hope to
merit a continuation of the liberal patronago which
has heretofore been extended to them.
aw Mill Enjrir.es of every Description.
Constantly on han : consi.-tinjc of the rfash, Circu
lar and Muley. Jlill Gears and every description of
actings, warranted to be well made m every particu
Thev hare also a Boiler ard attached to their
establishment, which enables them to oversee all
work in that lino furnished by them, and are pro
pared to work on as reasonable terms as any other
shop in the country.
Those in want of anything m our line, would do
well to give us a call and examine our new patterns,
DO WD ALL, MAltKHAM.&CO.i..
Kninc and I?Iachinc shun,
COSNEK OF SECOND AND MORGAN STREETS,
ST. LOULS. Mo.
Maniffactnrers oi .Steam Engines and Builers, Saw and
Grist Jlill Machinery, Sinale and D"'ble Circular Saw
lis, Tobaco Screws and Presses Lard Rettles. Lard
Screws and Cylinders Wool Cardinc Michuies Uuiiding
Castings Ycina's Improved Patent Suint Mills. &.C.
J3AGKKTS tor thesaleot James Smith &Co.'f Su
perior Machine Cards. vZnS-ly
OMAI1A CITY, X. T.
Patent Dortable Mill,
rpilL subscribers have entered mto ti rnrtneruip
I under tuu firm of Kecd, Unlabird & U., U
nanufacture the .J. C. Iieed. I'atent 1'ortnble Grist
dill and are now prepared to furnish all those iu
.vantcf a good Cirii or Wheat Mill that for dura
i!ity. simplicty and economy ; excel an' Mill in the
world. Ju the late exhibition of the Mechanics'
nstitute in Cincinnati, a Gold Jucdnl was awarded
hem for it.
It is adapted to all (Jr.iin grinding purposes; it is
ulterior to all others fur theuiostextensire Merchant
Mill, as it is for grinding the Farmers feed bj Horse
1 he above .M. II are manufactured by the under
igned at their shop in Cincinnati, O., where they
-n be turnishe.Jin any quantity at short notice.
Tho n'.ove Mills warranted to perform as follow?
t-. diain., per hour bi) B. Corn, 23 Wheat, $.100
;0 " " " " 30 15 " 250
ij . 20 " U '
20 " " " i 8 "
As this Mill tells its own story.it is unnrcessary t
juotefrom our nuinrou' recommendations. received
NEW TUI-WEEKLY MAIL.
ti n m
HOCK POUT, 3V5EO.
- TO - '
B U O W N V 1 1. L. K, XEBR ASK A
GEO. E. M'CLARY,
LTaVING taken the contract for carrvine th
1J. Mail between the above points, takes this method
of informing tho public generally that ho has mide
preparations lor running a Hack on the above named
Leaving Rock IVrt every Tuesday, Friday and
.-iuuiay,at iz ociocK M.: arriving at Urowuville at
i o clock. P.M.: leaving Brownville for Bock Port
a mo evening at 3 o'clock P. M.
This route connects at B.K.-k Port with the St. Jo
-ejih and Council Bluffs Stage line, and at Brown
ville with the Stage lincleadinz from Tooeka Kansas
St. Joseph Mo., Independence. Kansas Citv and oihcr
points below; and to Nebraska City, Omaha. City
and ether points above; and New Fort Kearney,
west; The subscriber hopes by diligent attention
to business and accommodation to customers,
merit a share of the public patronage.
Particular attention paid to the conveyance
I ackages or parcels. Charges tnoderatojbut no ac
ountaointvtor unavoidable accidents.
April 7 1856. 4'-tf
DISTILLED FKO:d COAL. '
(Seenred by Letters Patent.)
KF.RUeENK Il.LFMIXATIXG OlL. The lip-lit
ed from this Oil exceeds in brilliancy that of any
other oil or fluid heretofore discovered; is incxplo
iive, and will remain limped in the very coldest
The Company reeommend as the Iamns best adont,
cd to this Ooil, the Kerosene Lamp:, manufactured
by the following parties: Messrs. Cornel ns fi ItnL-pr
ilso, Dyott.of Pliiladclj-hia, V.. V. Iliughwout &.
Co.. 4S8 Hroadway, tbij Brooklyn . Flint tilass Co.,
No. 7J I ! road Sireet, Messrs. Biolz i Co J:i3 Wil
liam Mreet, L. alereicr 137 JJlm Street, K. Y.
Samples of different styles of Lamps can be seen at
the OfSce of the Comjumy.
Kekosese Li BJiiCATixt; Oil, No. 1. Prepared to
run, iuo unesi,ana u;i other Kinds of .Machinery
nurn3 brilliantyin Locomotive Bend Light, Car
Lamp?, and all tho ordirnry bolarand Hnnd Lamps
and stands as grea a degree of e.ld as best ?nerm
lt 1 1 ....
' mj, ana tsaumiraoiy aaaptea to Kailroad ami Steam
Kerosene Lvericatixg Oils, ?.o. 2, 3. Superior
uuoncators. ana wui oe lounu to possess advanta
. ... ...
ocr any uns in tue innrKei at same prices will not
burn and has been tnus prepared t meet tho rc
rjuiroments ot Kailroads and others.
ivKitoSKNE 151XXACLK Oil. Prepared expressly
lor rnips use, ana will be found admirably adapted
tor use oi Meamships. .ilen 1 War, Merchant cs
e.s, Lake and itiver craft, nnd burns in all cabin
stntcrrm,, binnacle, forecastle lamps, signul Iau-
uiniiiwle Oil will remain fluid as long as best
perm, and will burn all night without requiring to
be trimirtiJ, nu advantage that-will bo obvious to
every Mi ipmahter. .
The Kerosene Oils enn be obtained from the
Wholesale Oil Dealers. Ship Chandlers, Druggists
nd tirocers m ?ew m k, and the regularly appoint
d Agents of the Company n njiuy f thu principal
lonns and lllages of tho Lnitcd htatcs, tho Cana
days, and the Island of (,ub.i.
Local Agents apjminted ( in confonnity w ith the
rules established by thu lioard oi Irubteus,; on up
General Aijrntn, AVrocn Oil, (?.,' ,
s . ; .. So. 5't Beaver Struct, N Y.
X.B. Cireulars with full pnrtit:ulars,tctim nials,
price, &c, will bo forwarded ou apjilicatiou as above.
Jun 25th. 1-7,' v2 2-lr
XATIOXAL P. OL1CE GAZETTE.
This Great Journal of C lines and CMminaU is in ita
Thirteen h year at d U widely ci.cnUtcd Xhracyhout th
c no try it is the flrtd paier 1 the kind pubiithed in the
Uni ed Slate and is di-tin!i ve in l characrer 1 has
ately pmcd into the hand ot;eo WMUsell & Co by
room it will be e -fter be e ndnc ed M Matreil was
nrroe-iy Chief .f Police of New Y rk City, and he will
jrob,ib.y render it one uf he tht inheres inn p.pe ia
.be country It$ fcdt;o:ials a e f ctb y w i ea and f
i charaottr ia.t should cmnism! for he paper unive ril
K3F".3ubjc-iptl ns $2 per annrm ; $1 fcr ' dx mon'hs.
tobe remitied by f-ub.Ci ibera h. J jUid- w lie their
nines and the town -county, and stale wbee they ie
ide plain iy) - To
CEO W MATSELL fc. CO :
' . . 2Tatt:aal to.lct Cutie, Xew Totk City
JEKKEHSOS P. CASAT-Y,
JXS. 1. TEST,
.9i-rn ot 'trA'e Saw.
American (jerm.ni, English & Frencli
HARD WARE AXl CUTLLR Y. .
. ' ST. josEi'H, -mo. , ;
IS NOW receiving and opening tho largest and most
varied arsoniricnt ..f iroids in tbe above liae ever
otfered in any mukct west of tt. Louis.
My atovk embraces a full and complete assortment
of Cabinet and LIousq Builder s Hardware, Mechaa
ic'a tools of every description, dircoi from the iu. st
approved manufacturers: agricultural and horticul
tural tools and implements, in greac ariexy, coinmu
iug ail the recent and useful improvements fr, the
saving of a vast amount of labor to tbe farming com
munity, from whom 1 respectfully request careful
examination of this department of my stock. 1 am
also exclusive, agent for the sale of the celebrated
r ti:ii Crru Hut Sn tra ' which I
will warrant, and fill ell orders at lhe facta ry prices.
Also a Urge assortment of Guns, Bil js and Tistol?.
Iron, Steel, Nails, Ac, of the best brands; in a word,
my stock is very complete, which, fo its quality and
price, I am determined to offer such inducements a
will coaimanda liberal share of trade from this and
adjoining counties. .My arrangement? for importing
and agencies for American Hardware Minuiacuirer,
together wiih n long experience in the grnral Hard
ware trade. cnntlc me: not only to defy all competi
tion, but has convinced me that the true principle of
trade is small pr fits and qoick returns.
Janunry 1, 1857. vln-'vu
JOHN COLHOIN & BK0T1IER,
(Sign of the Padlock, opposite the Post Office.)
WHOLESALE AXD 11ETAIL
m'.AI.F.K ix , .
Building and Saddlery Hardware,
Boots, Slices, Lent! cr and Shoe Findings:
AVE now in store, aud to arrive shortly, Amer
ican aud foreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves & Son's Files Scissors
and Edge Tools Pocket knives
Butcher's do ' do
Spear & Jackson's saws
Gimlet pointed screws
OriGu's and American
Post hole angers .
Ames' shovels.ind spades
Lull & Portei'j shutter
Circular, mil aud mnly .
Planesand jilane irons
C.Mipcrs drawing knives
do adzes aud wood
Butts, cast and wrought
Copper rivets for belts
Plated and com. stirrups
do do Bitfs
do do Buckles
Knives and lorks
Brass curtain bands and
An gcrs and anger bitts
(r;iss and grain do
Shovels and tongs
Framed wo d -aws
BU-ksiifith.-.' B Hows and
Stocks and dies
Pud hooks, breech'gloop
Pad screws, cockeyes
"Girth rein and roller web
Silk, 3 cord thread
lircast and rein snaps
Bristles, wax ' . j f
With many.g'Kid embracing a complete nssirt
mentof the most desirable wbi -h thev will s'll at
the lowest prices. J. C0LH0UN &. Bb'O
April 10th; IS7. ?,1-lv
MILLWRIGHT. & ENGINEER
j i BROWNVILLE, N. "T.
AXN0UXCE to the public,-that he is prrpired
to erect Steam and Water S:iw and Merchant
Mids'at short notice and reasonable terms. Beimir-
?j a ....
ing oi macnincry ot all kinds.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
He is also A" ent for
A. IX HOLLII3IRD & CO'S
And are prepared to receive and fill ord&rs for any ma
chinery manufactured or kept on hand, by these cs-
Letters of enquiry, promptly answered.
- oel, Lake & Co., Brownville, N. T. Steam Mill.
B. U.Furr.as, Biowiivilic, '
Muir, Hann & Co., 44 r " " "
Dr. Hoover, Nemaha city," " , "
P. Ml Rogers, Pawnee city, " " "
Nuckolls tt Whit, Uockport, Mo. " "
,' James Lowo, Linden, -'
A. B. Halliberd, Cincinnati, 0.
Brownville, June 18, IS57. v2 1-ly
Dillon, Thompson & Co.
Large frame building cor. Miiia and RiKL
: ROCK PORT, MO.
- Wh)se?uleand lct;til Dealers in
Hardware, Uueensware, Drugs, Hats.
Caps, Boots, Shoes,' Tinware,
Stoves, Furniture, Iron,
. . KaiUv Plows, ' . : -
and ' . .j
WILL, have, on the opening of navigatien,
larga hnd vaVicd accession to their prtsenf
Stock, which will besld Low for Cash.
February 12th, 1857. 35-tf
.OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
MAXTPACTI KKltS ASP WHOLESALE HEAI.EKS IX
Boots Shoes & Erogans,
XO. 87 HAfS STREET, SAIXT LOUIS. 110.
ABE NOW IN KECL1PT 61 icompleti.:iss,.riiu. ni
of good from their own ami other nriiiiifac
torics.adapUd especially to tho Western trad-.
Purchasers are invited to examine their tok.
manufactun d and selected with great care ud
warranted 4f superior quality. Ordcra will receive
roinjit and cmCu' attention.
Capital Stock 50,000.
L SIBHASKA CITY, J.:."t.
rpniS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
L fully organised, and their entire capital stork of
Fifi 3 Thoutki. td Dollars, paid in a ml secured. Th-y
a ro pro pared, from this date, to grant open o..licio?,
and take risks, upon equal i : terms, with tho umst
favored Insurance L'oinoany any uh-re. Hiving
adopttsi the mutual principle, its patrons., without
incurring any liability, will share in the pn fits of
The oporations of the .Company, will be confined,
for the .present; to MAKtsr, or cak.;o risk, with a
maximum liability of l2.oot -niry on bottom.
Being the only Iuurancv Office, on theaUive pop
uUri bin. West of the Missouri, it cmfid orly ex
jjeets a geneniis sopiHirt fn in Western Mcrchaut.
Wc respectfully invito the Mi-isouri . itivet a-
tronage. ' V .
S.F.Va. kolls, 'ba. T. II. Ily,
II. P.Bniinet. - J L. Ann-trong
W. X.Uinchmsn.' Miles W. Brown,
A,- A. Brod'ord. , ; . ... ,. v
. OFFICERS !:!..'..'
Ft. l nfs Agent Col. W. P. Upward. ' '
- Arril 2d,1357, . ., - 42-Ij
,. . FOR ALL THE PUErOSE': 0? A
Thfkr has long existed a pnblie demnna for an
effective" purgative pill whieh could be relied on as'
sure nnd perfectlv safe in its operation. This has
been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten
sive trial of its virtues has conclusively shown with
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is easv to make a physical pill, but not easy to
make the best of all pill one which should have
none of the objections, but all the advantages, of
every other. This has been attempted here, and
with what success we would respectfully aubiiiit to
the public decision. It has-been unfortunate for
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
els. T'bw is Manjr 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 pam,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use m any
quantity ; but it is better that any medicine should
cK .ATinntft directions for their
use in the several diseases to which they are ap
plicable are given on the box. Among me com
plaints which have been speedily cured bv them, we
may lui-outrii .1 t vim.
of Jaundice, Indigestion, languor and I-oss of Ap
petite, Iistlessness, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side
nnd Tins : for. in truth, all these are but the con-
cermenre of diseased action in the liver. As an
annrixnt thrv nllnrrl nrnmnt ana Sure reiiei in OS
Hvmm Pollv nvfcpnterv. Humors. Scrofula
and Scurvv, Colds with soreness of the body, Ulcers
anil invHirity ot the 13100a, irreguianues ; id mioh,
any and every case where a purgative is reuuirea.
cessful cures in Khcumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel,
rmfilnG Pnit?tatTnT at tt Tlnart. Pmna in the
Back, Stomach, nnd Mae. irtey snouta oe ireeiy
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood
.rJ nrnnim ha cTKfm frj t,e eh an ire of seasons.
An nn"iuinnl dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by their
stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
vate the strength of the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism.
Ilcnce an occajional dose in advantageous, evei
though no serious derangement exists; but un
necessary dosing should never be carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand eases in which
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
thev snsrirest themselves to the reason of every
hnAv ' nnd it is rnnKdeiitlv believed this lull will
answer a better purpose than any thing which has
lutherto been atanuiue to mankind, mien ineir
virtues are ncc known, the public will no longer
1nnli ulmt rpoif-ilv to eniTilov when in need of a
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped, they are
pleasant to take, and being purely egetable, no
nanu can arise iroiu intii use i:t ui n.uium.
For luinutc directions, see wrapper on the Box
DR. JAIES C. AYEll,
I'ractical aul Anal) li al Clu-uiit,
Price 23 Cents per Pox. Fiva Eoxe for $1.
For tli rill iirc of
( 01 (illS, ( 0 L S, !!0AKN!:.rS,
BROXt M l i, uiioori.(.-( 01 UlU
tl.0M ASTIi.lIA, AM)
This reniedv has won for itself such notoriety
from its cures of c-ry ariety of puliiionarv disease.
that it is entirely inmewssary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues in anv eoiniounity where it
has Wen employed. S wide is the field of its use
fulness, and so numerous the eases of its cures,
that almost every section of tbe country al'oui.ds
in per-ons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
lungs by its use. When on re tried its superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to escape observ ation, and where its v irtucs are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to employ for the distressing and dangerous a flec
tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate, rvot onlv in formidable attacks
upon the lungs, lut for the milder varieties of
Colds. Coi'fiHs. Uoaksknkss, Jr. ; ana tor Lhil-
DKt'N it is the i)lcaantcst 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
peonle its duality is kept up to the best that it ever
has been, and that the genuine article is sold by
J. 11. MAUN, & CO.. Broun ville,
Bernard. Adntn-Jc Co., St. Louis.
And all Drugists in the United States.
Junu 2jth, 1S57. v2
NOEL, LAKK & E.MEli.SOX.
N. B. Wo would rspectfullv int'ciin tlio-eiti
zeus of Nemaha county and adjoining Mi-s. uruthn?
we have always n hand a large and well sheeted
supply of LL'.H liKU, which we can furnish st low
er rates than any mill in the lcrritorv.
Market prices paid for log delivered at the yard
or on the bank of the river.
All orders accompanied with the cash, will rccciv
our immediate attention.
BEG5 leave to announce to the public, that he ha
erected ft Bakery vnd Confectionary establish
ment in the City of Brownville N. T., and will keep
constantly on hand, and is prepared to bake to order
Bread, Crackers and Cakes of every manner. tyle
discription and quality. He has had much experience
in bakingand consequently feels quite confident he
will be aide to give satisfaction. A liberal juitron
age is respectful! v solicited.
GEORGE F. KENNEDY,
AADGrALTAL LAD IGEXT
: Flonnce City, X. T.
Omaha City, X. T.
REQCIUKL to to n .ittcii'lance ..fii.-ijill v (.n all
the terms of the District and Supr.-iu.- tVurt f
theTorritory.tendi'rshi Professional orviei-s toin-b
as ne.sl th-m. II Jluttcrs hitnsflf t!i:ithi facilities
for ninin n ktiowlinlge of the ;r:r-ti. e in each lis
triet. will -Tirible hiui i;ive :iti-f;icti. n tom li
entrust thcii busiin-ss to hi care.
iii;i T ii I'iry. .Inni- 7. 1 s.'irt.
WATI1 Mill EH,
oricox, holt t outv, mo.
TAKES the lilwrtv to iiifrm the citizens of
' Brownville and viciuify, that he na opened a
Watch, Clock, and Jewelry Store,
In Oregon, lb. u coiuuy, .Mo., wiu-rc he will k.-vp .-on-st.-uilly
on hand, and forsl .a gtl a.rtiucnt of
Gold and Silv.-r W.tt-lK-..Cl.n-l.:ii(.l .K-welry. which
h will ell fxtfmcly lw. for CASH.' At a 6ne
lot of Violin. A:nordcoiis. Silver, and Mated Spot
t.i.-b s. Gold INmi with t.ld and Silver extension
ca s. Silver Tbnwblcf. Ac.. Ac.
lo is prepared toreciir Watches. l!locKs and Jew
elry, of ev.-ry d.scrii.tit ,u ;n the best manner and
on iIh m.ist r.'MsoniiliU' term. '
Every article h. light in-his etablisbinviit. I war
ranted to ! what it is reprtrsrnted t be. Watch re
lairing warranted f-rine rear.
July 26. 185. vl-nStf "
Lumber ! Lumber ! ! v
, TJOADLY it 3iUlU - - ,. .
TTh. VrS f niMit. h is n-. j: ne into per .ti..n in
the P'.ii ie For e t incite t'r wnvi le a e n. w j epir
cU lo riiT.l h the p li h' wi h eve y 1e i ab e v n ie y . f
liimhe' on .hw I u. t" a-i rei nab e ins. Trie e
leins an tiniiMt tl atn nt't cf h.iit! w.J timber in ihe
vi.-ii.i y we i'c prep i el I d y p uc ilir atenU n to
n limr i;p orders io 4) k -rnVWamirt hmit e'. In tb vt
everyihiui tceUeU iu ILU cuuat t c in he Mm.l t this
Mill. ... HQAlDttr&Mrm.
September 3d, 1357. 4- ' - 2ajf-c
I have just received an entirely now and large
assortment of '
-"SLTrJlTOR - GOODS,:
Which I "will sell at as reasonable nrieesasanT
csUblisbmcnt in tbe We t, - ,
.1 have now in storo grcrvt vsriety of the f..l
l.'iwin arti-!,-. wlueh wi-ro iiurjlic! fir CASH
and cuiieiUt-n'ly,can soli cheap on tlicsiicii term:
11A1S AiMJ UAl'S,
S AD ELE RY,
BOOTS AND SHOES
nAUDTVAUE AXD ClTLERr,
Ready Male Clothing.
And a fiii': asi3orti"f tit of
LIGHT G ROCE R IES
Spice, . ' ,''
iy rsovember bin. etc., etc.
rpilK undersigntil resin.-- tt'idly inl. iiu the .ilir-
X of Bniwnville, and N-tuh.i and surroundi....
counties that we now have ii oicration a I1z.z
Lumber l ard in lro nvilie. where we Keep for
nle a well selected stock of Pine Lumber fr..m
' inches. Also, Pine Siding Worked Kb ri !. hint;
Shingles and Pine lith, all f which e will sell a
IS. BUOWX A C.
Brownville. June '1 l h.1S."7. 2-
Hiusc, Sn, and Urnnm n'jil Paln-er,
P A P E R ii AKCEK,
NEKAnA CITY, K. T.
T:ites this merh- d oi infrmin? the p! h:ie that he ha:
removed hi- iwin' sh p tr. in It ckiurt .M;. to this p. ace
Ha thinks hi.n elf q ulirlci to 111 ilertaie any w,. k per
t:iiniiif! to his li ie.it h:i-i..ess an.l re pccttullr i.nius
tie piiniic to rwt him c ill.
P.e i e le.ive o-!r sat the "Ai!vertle;" cfloe "
N v. 19 ie57. n2!-'f
D. A. COCHRAN & CO.
Dealers In Groceries, &c.,
Post OSl( e PuiH;nr, Main street.
imOW.WmLl.E. X. T.
He cby info, m he piihli tint they have purctnsed tbe
st. c'i f . 1 r- mer y hp (muring t. J. II. JiAn St Co.
.f thiciy: h ivcui le :nhli in-, there;n. ;irn n,.w
ne. iiir lor sale in ihe same room jveycht.ice selec
i n of
(Jroccrics, .olions, Stationert-
Extrarinc RsillctI I2ranIirs,
Wines, CortlinN.. PreKcrvcd
Fi uit.s &, ton!"tflio2s:irv.
PiirchierMii iy rc'.y u n ;bti.iniii!.' in mi us n .lifcPjr b'lt
; ire ..:;! excellent a.iu-.es. w c solicit a bha.e of i
X vember 11, 1SG7.
Scott city Steam Saw-Mill
JOHN C. HUFFMAN,
(Immediate! j opposite Brotmviile .V. 7 )
Announces t. the in.o.ic ih.i. he hi leire-l the new
.-ie.im saw- nil recently e-ec..el by Mr. M-ek tcitel
as ub ve iin.t is now p eparct to furni.-h ttie ci'i7en of
Mi smirl jml Nb i wi h an extra uuali-'y of Lumber
f eve yrtec. ij ion
cfan ex.-elletit qiu'i y. A iae ot patronage is iSolici'ed
vember 11 ls'57. i.2u-,v
S. V. CoZZENs
ROOT & COZZENS,
Omalia City, 3T. T;
rjT AVlNtmad.' a ransemants by whi h we ree-iv-
1JL ac -urate (j i ot a'l ih- Tow iishi, a f;t a--urveyed,
in th T'-rntory. c r- lum pr-tirid t.
'tFer our soi vic .s to tin cititen of the Tcrriu ry
INTENTION TO T RE EM FT,
JLOCATIXG lalXD Tl'ARRAIVTS.
Lund W.-irrints Douht jhh!
Lund cnUrctl on time, tc.
PARTICCLAR attcr-tion raid to buying nnd
.-elling on Commissi, n Also in making Collection
in all parts of the Territory and Western Iowa.
April 7 4.1 tf
F RANK I.I N
Tvnr o. OTirocnTver rnminnv
I I r u w o i encu lire: ruuautt
Ho. 163 Vire SL bet. Fourth and Fifth,
r. v. n'nniafnri. Si. rn.
i-'l- Type, 1 '.nit ii- IVrsscs. f.i-i-, linllics. .t. Ac.
Ink, ami IVin jii V,., e.ial of Kwrv B..-c-riptin..
STE;ti:tT.VII.(; . f all kind-"l m ks. Musi.
Patent tJcdiciuv 1. ra tions. I..b-. W.hI Kn'rcvin-
Brand m Ym
i :. k.
A l-n;iv stret. W,-s .r II hti-x IT- S ore.
IllUtWXVILLE. XEIlliASKA TEUU.
UA l-oolit M-oH-riy and l.K-at-.l ieriiianent
. ly in rirowiivillf. I ,.tf r my service to th -
public generally, il they want any lliingdone in m
line of business. I can always b tW.nd at mv post.
or. mi.r.-pn ii y SJ';. V w.-f n t l.i-n-h.
lVorK Tarrantrd o Tit Wo Pay!
lai-ll ma.-.ii t. n(. n j.al.l to culling garments uo.t
living . If work f. i'h. Smitrcs. The yrent.t
. r:ioii of lut life a b.n-n dv.-v.ited to uiy trad--, iu
which I .ousider iai.vilf iof.-ri. r to none esuviallv
in the cutting department, i:d 1 hope by cb se atten
tion to my bu-iue.ss to merit a share ,f public
patronage. E. ' PA UK Eli.
Ir.iivilj April K.th. 18j7. Il-ly
I. It. TItOMAS.
T. A. GALLAHER.
THOMAS & GALLAHER
Forward inland 0111111 issl 011
Jio. 2J Pine S reei Corner Second.
10-ly ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. LrFoitn. J. T. UORX
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I5COTS, SIIOC3, .
Vails. Ilou,Stovr5t,rimuiiirr '&c
i-,. - .trL
or .. - !
Evrrythln t:ai rrriK ,i S
-t ix "'-j:
-- U.l IT L
ALL. OTP TT m3 7 J ry Cli'ft !
jj .v r, wit , ""v
A GOOD Ihrjisuitb cB 8od H
xX mcnt.atremaiierritir.. . .
LIcLAUC HT.K7 & pr t 1
1 V I
Firtt Street (o.jo.,fc t;tt AdttnK
Will attend t.. i ,,g lK. U .. ;
S cur.og Pr- mptn is.L . , ,71
r , ,t. -b aj-ot. .
L :v jr n-..s J;o!:!rU,E,iN
Particular " 1. k ,UA
H-U.ug pro,K-rty . a e..n.mis:,.H. J-
riicntst..r dis aul d. nl..rs. "t-h
Corrsp. iidciK-i .- lii in, .
T.LILR 10 "
rudford.McL-niiai, i, N, fc ,
Brownville Steam V
The lC-uie iioa lro.uv'l e t- t
ana ncm tnenoj to GdLri -j'S"
nearest &nd most p.aoiu
ANNOUNCE to th..Trivi-liigl'ui,;ic:u.Vt
iow runniiiy as a E.-rry a. r i tl;,
UroM nvillc, einal:a (B..IT,
An entirelj new tutmtnnt.al mA
STEAM I'EKRY 101!
Which ar-augcincnt a.ii ireiWMJ
safo- is.-ge at. ail t.ia s nJ itiiiJ
wesither. The Proprietors ( n. t t-r.s:. !
it tor he purrn.se of .giiiuuigeiistiin ik.i.4
governed by fjicfs. when ihry j ihif V-l
r..ssing of the Missouri lonr in .VtrW I
hen i hey say the rouie Imu I;n ni.i.I't I
Kearney and tr. iu thence to Craia i ;kt J
r vid.-iK-rihi-y refer tle rtiiJer i.. hwnv!
.'oiintry: iiud arc waTunfid iu .-tring it i?-1
. radii aide route bv furitrnt eljifriioci.'
h it of Lunlred-lf .lrr h hurt tM-'
We claim thcrefur 'A.it tifs (rnss wrrtrfwnw
lit put-uliuily laf rille 'uidarvow-tii. U f -going
to California, nut! .Vi ih-'u ir'rtup. V
.viihstanding our-'Ui"n.r itai n.cui f'tt
i nd sj ieedy cr.si ng. nu'clwrj. art I t r
Ferries in Nebraska, I iK irg n-gulakd b br-. .
25f"Becoi;eet. that wish mrrilita J P
no kinds i f w.-Htln r w Jl '.V!iit ur Bii
making r.-g'.i!iir trip at nil hour-1.
tiff" A skilfand hao will bt t.isf -f.,ot
H-:.en.T. al all t Wn f ni'!t.
nl'U-N..v,i,ih.-r 1 Itti.lsjT. :
Fivbh Arriv :i& ! 11 '..vy AM:r-
Prices Cwall.T UftfBffd?..
CVRREXCr rJA' Aim- ,
J, B. JEaVKISGS ' j
Cor. 2nd and Franca st, Sf..T
IIASjut received at tis stci r. m J"
ami Francis Streets Sr. J-epb vitrt
his line, whi.:h he p:rcli.i-etl f .r ihef l'
traile, at greatly educed pme f -r ftk 01
will sell atrvrierpnt'i.. p. ke ct-4f'' t
cisfomers. Aiu.ai Lis tch t'"t', Jj t
Peaches 33 d-ij Prime Jpp:es 2u J'
20d. z L bnters 1 &2:tcin. .HVilif"1""',!
Oysters put up this fait 80 half 3-fi"; '
also tVo'dh 100 boxes W RCLte e v l' ,
its Cn rjiirs 60 b! ses f e; h .;.i W1' 1
rinir 500 lb Goshen Bu.:ei :i'b l-
uuts aborted 600- .b.-f emu iuibvf -.
f..ncr candies lOOUicuii do p' 111 !;" " "
200 drums Kis's .c. A Sa a laipe ! i'u
which will l. ;d atp iccsc.,n-i'.'i.'''-1'',' r' c
sixty daysi wtii. t
St.Joepb X?r. 8 1857.
Buchanan Life and 0e&
Insurance Co .
CHARTER! AT TH L t-"T K--"
J. II. lenning. I. . il.mr-.nl. t
Tootb. John Hit -iiH.-r-t. U. -;l.- f wt;
lame Kay. N..I M. A Fi,;.. ;-
IS now r..oIv to r.-.-.-ir-
now r. .olvto nWirHMppneni...n.
L Marine and l.iv.rn-K. n y
cent, will h nil w.-1 on vnr-' i --- ,
mho inr usu.o
T .1 I '-U-
he ijfroni of th otter.
A on I loih. I -7
r. im.- wih,:i. ic w .
Lockwoocl & Pofff
V ,. I.-1 1 l.vm.i
AND f il
T- : Cf '
Also, Shippers of Amerisia
ccrtftion : lor wn-c-. "'e,.
IK CASH- , ,.,.'
P'll'NTIlY Merchant n-'n,iu
I j t ,.-k ..r lff.l r.n-l. rihc-XI
mid So imu r rrad". aticb rw
and w. II i-ect d. Inpo"'
n..l e.T'eli;il h nut H '
Our tr will li- I
Tall and sec un at our oTt'
St. Joseph, Mo.
la I'll " r
th Head of ihe e l
To IT. S. Hall
i.lt'i r-iin-i . ill-
i : I iu"e i" .ni .
L ha pur li.-! the iy '' , W
. t rs. at the !.., S..sio ,1-
ndisn wrre,wr.d A r"Ui''
I ali tnuo to a-xMUU'i-daa- w .
usual rate. CIm0 ?
June I Ph. KtfT..'
U. S. Wl
F-.om ihv I tra
MIII 1.17a t. i...ke-..ie ' r' I r . .
lit rr. w.-d ilick ."- .-. .. .m.
hi .rca and nice yi.unjjf vvi'T L'1
43-tfJi Dec. 1. 183. TialM ' r-
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