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TyVILLE, APRIL 8, 1531
tf P"5 iu advance, - - $5 00
' y.. " at theed of C mouths, 2.60
r more will be famished at a 1,60 per
the cash accumpaiues ue orucr, not
Tftpo1 extensive additions of Xew Type, Cuts,
lnk. rouses, Cards, fcc, made to the "Advcr
re. we claim to be ale to tr ut Jot Work, in
-Vt aasurvs fcy T & Tl proprietor betng
p-uiter bimeir, and having in his emptor an
' itei and experienced Fancy job Printer, if de-'-toi
tu K out-done in the execution of Job Work.
,rw: ob Fatefa latest improved Card
' , (.sots. Work in Color, Brenxe Work, ic.; will
".j, .ucnlar attention.
fjvm a dutance will be promptly attended to,
.-luiel to pi re satisfaction r bo pay.
iCESK' k GiLirxT, Proprietors of the Heal
vPw Letter, Masonic Temple, Chicago, III.
i rABTiK, (reaeraJ Ad vert in n Agent, m rear of
; ,rt ijUie' and Children's Shoe Store, 80 West
, Ht,UwtifkCo., No. M6an4US, Broadway,
lrw WI5D, American, Canadiaa and European
. ..:ig S cuscripUwn Uface, No. 133, Xasau Sts.,
I i)CDriDCE, K. W. corner Olive and Atai
i s.aiTESt DrtorB street, Chi euro.
fciuUuriied Agents to solicit Subscriptions and Ad
tieau for the Advertiser, and recetcv and re-g-auAiek
wn resident in this Territory, coming from rations
"of the Si1, often surest to as the names of
a, .j their old neighborhoods, who won id doubtless
ini!:riters if they could see a copy of the "Ad
r we always send a specimen copy, end persons
... consider it a solicitation to become a regu
ssrnher. fitter and others, feeling snfflcient interest to
,t? aclun, can retain the msaal per cent for their
rn:ew notified at the clones the Volntne to di
trthe "ArreTtieT," we shall take it tor granted
r.ribers wish the-$aper continued, and sha'.I
i.aely cnunue to send a heretofore -2
- The "Nebraska Advertiser" having
t the largest circulation of any paper in
Territory, Wholesale Kerchanta in St.
j, St. Joseph, Cincinnati and other East
sarkeU where Iebraaka merchants pur
e. will find no better advertising medium
- "Western eountry-3
hare just completed a new stock of BUaks of every
' Uosv. neatlr execeteJ on flae substantial PP"5
?t prepared to til orders at a moment's notice and
si mable terms.
tave a)o a plate of a small map cf Sonth Platte,
4tt. for pntitinB common sized eaTelopes. with any
' tn.:ness card attached. Orders solicited.
rcaxAS . LAXGDOK. I
reference to City Ordinance 'No.
1 in today's paper, it will be seen
property holders on Main street are
z:red forthwith to grade, pave and
:sr. This is as it ehould he, and we
!:rse the move heartily, with this un
r.a:iding, iz : that there is to he no
1 far one and fi- sh for another." If
r city authorities will require non-resi-prcpeny
holders to make improve
T.:.. all rigSt. But this passing an cr-
znce and not compelling all to comply
i its requirements, isn't just the thing
zn time since, property holders were
r.ired by ordinance to clear from all
3 within certain boundaries, hazel
and such like incumberances.'
:iy or quite all actual residents com
i with the ordinance. Non-residents
Iz-i'lin, and there the matter endet
t Lpe our "City Fathers" trill enforce
ordinances to the letter.
We see that an ugly looldng
has been cut across Main street, to
:c5"a small amount of accumulated wa
i, which would hare disappeared of
tl: b 12 hours.
The City Council should see that her
pcrements are protected. Property
-er hare their proper remedy, in case
iirr4age. If by reason of any change,
i.T.provevement in the streets, from
--re, individuals are damaged, the
poraticn is responsible. But tearing
ihe streets is not the way to get at it.
Cosmopolitan Art Distribntion.
Ine annual award of premiums by the
siopolitan Art Association took place
Jew York on March 26. The Greek
t? was drawn by Miss A. E. Coleman
Cincinnati. Not a prize drawn in 2e-
Te were sorry to learn that the dwell
; cf cur worthy fellow-citizen, Mr.
-?s Entwistle, who resided just below
city. wasr together with nearly
- all his household goods,
Prel, &.c, entirely destroyed by fire
Sunday last. . Our citizens, with their
' liberality, immediately contributed
'ard the erection of a new buildinjr,
- replacing furniture, clothing, &.c.
he steamers Alonzo Child, E. M. Ry
and Wattossa, reached our wharf on
--rday last. Each put off at this place
Heratle Quantities of freight and
"e Lumbers of passengers.
lie ever accommodating clerk of the
--d vrlU accept our thanks for St. Louis
ops! Hoops! Hoops!
Everybody in need
-'?:nr, run down to Crane &, Hill.
e StrirLlpr ar. Trar arp in Tpnr?
o wait upon you with something
that line. Brass; consequently no
cf lihtnin. Would you believe
house received last "week
T'zrtd cni jifiy pounds brass hooping,
Just enough to hoop tircrdtf-siz
'rtd youn'r ladies.
wis extraordinary arrival accounts no
' for the hooping (vhooping) about
Greets the other night by
e, who have been almosi
g for a' taste of good green apples
s aboard abundant supplies. Our
re retailing at S3 per barrel
Rev. J. M. Chivtxctoh from
Omaha will preach it the School House
in this city, to-iaorroTT (Friday) eveain
at candle lighting.
Keir aotMss. ;
Siejel & Greenbanrn have
received a few cases cf their Spring sup
ply of Clothing. Some cf the neatest
styles of clothing, and most handsome
paterns of goods we recollect ever to have
ineir summer sacks are extra
nice. Call in soon if you would secure
E. JL Osilen.
The steamer E. A. Ogden reached here
Monday last. Discharged freight and
Bedford & Georre,
We take pleasure in calling attention
to the card of the above named firm.
Both are practical men, of superior quali
fications. - The former having but recent
ly completed a portion of the government
surveys in this Territory, is a sufficient
recommendation of his qualification. Both
possess an extensive and accurate knowl
edge of the surrounding country, and are
therefore prepared to 11 their advertise
ment ia that respect to the letter. Those
entrusting business cf any other character
with these gentlemen, may rely upon in
tegrity, punctuality and correctness. "
- . . Rev. T. W.-TiPTosi,
of Dayton, Ohio, has accepted the ap
pointment of President of the Brownville
College, and will arrive in this city about
the first of May.
J, D. N. & B.B. Thompson.'
See their advertise
ment in another column. The CoL is an
old residenter, and Ben knows the ropes ;
and together will make a strong team in
the Land Agency business.
Crane & Hill and I. T.
Whyte &. Co., have received large sup
plies of these much used agricultural im
plements. By-the-way. There is not a better
point at which to establish a plow manu
factory than Brownville. Abundance of
good timber at hand, the demand almost
unlimited, and no establishment nearer
than St. Joseph, Mo., distant ninety milesj
John McPserscn has just re
ceived a very large and varied supply of
excellent Stone Ware: crocks, jars,
churns and jugs.
See the advertisement of Jno. S. Min
nich. John, that ron't do. What in the
world is the use of "wasting your fra
grance upon the desert air." Get you a
wife ; and step on the platform with those
who enjoy life.
A LADT as house-keeper, at the nermitaire one with
out incumbrance preferred. Situation permanent, and
compensation satisfactory. Address,
joilv s. anxxicr:.
Uarch 23, 1S5S n29tf Bs.o xtiixx, X, T.
The Faculty of the Xedical Department of the Brown
vilie Clle announce that they will commence their
course of Lectures on afonday evening next, S2d day of
February, at 6 1(2 o'clock, andconunoe two months, giv
inc the lectures en the evenings Monday, Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Friday of each week. The introductory lecture
to the ceart-e will be public and delivered at the Brown
ville notel. the remainder ef the lectures to be given pn
vately to the class.
Tickets can be procured of the Dean.
WILLI AM ARKOLD, M. D.
Professor of Anatomy.
A. S. DOLLADAT, Jf. D.
Prrfessor of the Practice of Medicine.
JOIIX MePHERSOK, M. D.
Professor of Materia Medica.
E.D. ALLEX. A. B.
Professor of Chemistry. '
C. C. JOHXSOX,
Professor bf iledical Juri!prsHlence.
35-lt Feb 16 WM. ARXOLD, Dean.
At the Boarding Bouse of William Russell, Brownville,
X. T. Two good, industrious girls to cook and do othei
housework; for which good wages will be given. Xone
seed apply unless well recommended.
WILLI 4M ttOSS.El.1..
Brownville, X. T., March 18, ISaa. n33tf
Farm for Rent.
I hare a splendid and well improved Farm which
wish to rent to a responsible person, on favorable terms
For particulars inquire at this office, or of
March 18, 1S5S. v2n38tl Nemaha City, X. T.
A. S. HOIXADAT, St. T.
WX. ABJIOLD, Sf. D.
HOLT .A DAY & ARNOLD,
BROWXYILLE, K. T.;
Respectfully tender their professional terriccs to the
citixensof Xrmaha and adjoining counties, both inXe-
Jiarcn v. msm
Miff OF W Mil
16,000 YOKE GOOD
From four to scTen years of age,
CITY, Jf. T.
For hauling freight from that point to Ttah, for Which
per yoke will be paid. They are to be delivered at that
place when called for, tn good order, between the 16th cf
April and the loth of May. 1SC6. Parties deuring con
tracts had better apply soon.
Fifteen Hundred Teamsters
Also wanted, t commence Ipril 15th. I&SS. They will
be paid twenty-five dollars per month U-ere and back.
unless otherwise agreed, for eight months, or there
None but men of rood health need apply.
The ase of intoxicating liquors as a beverage, card
playing, and profane language are prohibited. Each maa
win be presented with a bible and hymn book. Early
application had better be made.
Richard Brown, Esq., at BrwwnvUle, will receive ap
plications, and furnsh all necessary information.
RUSSELL, MAJORS . WADE ELL.
ByKtjrxiT fcBOLUT, Agents, Nebraska City. N.T.
March IS, 1SSS. Ttao39 2w
House, Sign, k Ormmental Painter,
Orders can be left at the CVLJ Drug Store.
BOOTS and SHOES A Trvsaeadotu Stock, Jus
receired, cectd.ajd for sale, sy
1858r- - 5818.
SCARRITT ' MASON,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of
Furniture and Upholstery,
WfcsMnstoa Avenue, fcetrreen .
SIC05B , AND THIKD St's, ST. LOUIS, 240,
In otrr UTarerooms will he found the latest and best
sty lei, nude by the best workmen and of superior mate
ral and finish.
BEDSTIIADS Fine Rosewood an.1 Mahogany, Walact.
Oak and Cherry, with high posts and Canopy.
SIDEBOARDS Rosewood, lUliajacj, Oak and Wal
nut with Shelves and Marble Tops.
WARDROBES and SECRETARIES. -Soaewood, Xa
ltoganyrOak and Walnut.
SOFAS Mahogany and Walnut, corered in hair Cloth,
BCREACS Fine Rosewood, llahogany. Oak and Wal
nut, with side cases, Harble Top and Oral Glasses.
Rosewood. Mahogany, Oak and Walnut Waahstaods,
Center and Side Tables with Marble Tops.
HAT RJ.CK.S Roseiaod, Mahogany, Oak and Walnut
of many styles.
Also: Fine RosewotdVlIahoyany, Oak awl Walnut
Parior, Easy andRockiaz Chairs; every variety of Cush
ion, Rash and Cane Sea; Reception and Cottage Chairs ;
Recam'jeiit Chairs, Piano Stools, Ottomans, Footstcols,
Corner and Side Whatnots, Extension Tables, Shewet
Baths, Ice Boxes, Wire and Tin Safes, Scarritt's Patent
GILT LOOiiNG GLASSES Splendid Pier Glasses,
Ovals, Mantle and Square; Woxl Frames in large as
sert ment. ......
BEDDING Spring, Hair, Moss, Excelsior and Husk
Matrastes ; Feather Beds, Pilkiws, Bolsters, Comforts,
Sheets, ttc, all or the best material, and warranted to
be fresh, sweet and new.
Every article warranted as represented, and at prices
as low as any other bouse in the city for corresponding
Orders solicited and faithfully filled.
We cordially invite every one who wishes to call and
examine and price cur goods, as we are pleased to show
our goods, and give you all the Laformation in our power.
All articles sold by us carefully packed and delivered
on Boat er at the house,
Very Respectfully, - 8CARRITT fc MASOX.
13. S. DUTSTDY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ARCHER, RICH A RE PON CO. If. T.
WILL cradice In the several Courts of the 2d Judicial
tdstrtct, and attend to all matters connected with the
Profession. Wat. XcLexxa, .Esq., of Nebraska City,
will assist me in the prosecutioc of important Suits.
Sept. 10, '5Vll-tf .
TYPE & STEREOTYPE F01KID3Y
17 o. 168 Vine St, bet. rourth and Fifth,
Cincinnati, 0. .
C. F. CDIUSGO'lX &. CO.
! Manufacture ra and dcaJers in 'ews, Boxk and Job
.LtJL Type, Printing Presses, Cases, Uallies, ke kc.
nks, and rrinting Material of r,very Description,
STEREOTYPING of aU kind Books, Music.
Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, Wood Engrerings,
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
johjt p. tysojt.
W. W. HACXKET.
TYSON & HACKNEY,
gexttraTj land AGEirrs,
- - BROWXT1LLK, JTIMAHA CO., K. T.
Land Warrants Bought and Sold. Land entered on Time.
Claims and Town Lots Bought and Sold. Loan .Money,
Atake Investments and Locate Warrants on time, fur
Pre-Ernption Papers Prepared.
Oi FICT ixext door to U. S. Land Office.
Geo. H. Xixon, Register L. O.,
Brownville, X. T.
B. Smith, Receiver, '-
Omaha City. N. T.
Council Blu3i, Iowa.
St. Louis, Mo.
B. R. Pep ram & Co., Banisrs,
lion, G. W. Scofieia,
L- KcGhee c Ci., -
Ttle St rairleih,
Oct. 1. '57
IVTebmska UXaney Take Xotiee
From and after s date we will not take any Ne
braska paper excel t thelatte Valley Bank and Bunk
Nebraska, only At a discount of ten par cent. .
CRANE fit HILL. , '
i. t. wnrTEfitCo.
Brownville. March 8th, 1958
The unlersipned beg leave to inform the Nurserymen
andParmersof the West and South-west, that they are
extensively enpayed in the proiiagition of
ROOT, GRAFTED AND BUDDED STOCXS FOR
especially the APPLE, and a few other hardy Fruits.
Harin? spent near twenty years in selecting their
Fruit, they are now convinced that their li6t is unsurpass
ed, both in regard to the quality and the proportion in
whieh thrycultivite. Bemgvery desirous of dissemina
ting them as widely as possible, they adopt the method of
sending out small, cultivated slocks for the Nursery, as
being far more practicable and safe, than to incur the great
expense, delay and riiik of shipping large trees, which
should always be raised near where they are wanted.
Frontbeir long experience they natter themselves that
they are perfectly acquainted with the above business,
and they graft only such hardy varieties as succeed well
on the root, and bud, on eedlitig stocks, and the most de
sirable, tender and half hardy kinds. The grafting will be
done at the proper season, and in the best manner. The
stock will be packed securely and shipped by express, with
the greatest care in early spring, to any part of the West
Tbey have also, on Land, t it largest and best crop of
MACLURA HEDGE PLAXTS
ever grovrn. for sale on oexz zernu, ny ice tnousana or
million. They may be shipped in the Fall or Spring
Their prices tin Nursery stck will be found as low as any
other of evaa! quality in the Union. Catalogue and Treat
ise on Hedre Culture, sent gratis to ait applicants.
Patronage solicited. Orders for Nursery stock should
be sent p.-iur to 25th of December.
Address, uviuiAr & jsaa.-s,
Oct. 15, ,57-nlS Bloomington, 111.
H. A. TERRY & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Garden, Field & Flower Seeds, Fruit
Trees, Shrubs, Grape, vines, &c.
Cj-Bcre of assorted Garden Seeds constantly
hand, for sale low.
Crescent City, Iowa, Feb. 20,
Of the best varieties, and warranted fresh and genuine
put up in 25 cent packages, and for sale by
H. A. TERRT a. CO.
Crescent City, Icwa.
N. B. Sent by mail, post paid, at 25 cents per package
v2o35-3m Feb. 20- '58
The subscribers have on hand and for sale lrw for cash,
a fine lot of New Rochelle Blackberry. Red Antwerp
Raspberry, Brinckles Orange Raspberry, Red Dutch Cur
rant, Isabel La Grape, Catawba Grape, fee. fee
n. A. TERRT k CO.
v2&35-3m Crescent City, Iowa.
Rare and Valuable Seeds.
We will seid hy mail, post paid, to "y addrcf, pack
Chinese Sugar Cane -0 cents
Japan noney Wa-ennelon 5
New Orange do 20
Ice Cream Ui 20
Jewett . do 25
Caxnpbellite d 25
"Dales Superior do 5
Binney's Extra Fine Citron 25
Cylindrical Pumpkin (3 feet long) 24
Golden Apple Bquash 20
Mammoth Red Tomato 20 '
Vellow Cherry do (earliest) 20
J-ig do 25
Or the whole list for $2,00
H. A. TERRT is. CO.
Crescent City, Iowa
Taxes! Taxes!! Taxes!!!
AU those knowing themselves indebted to the Corpora-
. t mv.u v. Vm UflllC Will flRIBC fcWiAlC AVI .fttU J
as no lonper indulcence will be given.
i2n35tf Feb 2o. '53 H. JOHNSON. Marshal.
Haa 200 Sacks of Fall Wheat Flour, warrant
ed first quality which he will Bll for $4.60 per 100 lbs.
for Brownville Hotel Scrip. '
Valuable Claim for Sale.
Tho undersigned will sell a valuable claim at a bar
pun, as tbey are determine! to sell. It consists of 160
acres, all bottom land; about one half of which is timber
and ihe balance prairie; 40 acres under fence and culti
vation. It is situated on the Little Nemaha River; nice
railec from Brownville and about the same distance from
Nemaha City, one mile north of Long's bridge.
Apply to the undersigned on the premises
3m-34-pd LEMUEL HUGHES
BArxisc HotrsE or Lcshbacgh it Caxjox I
BroMvUlt, February 1, 1S53-
On a -sd after this date, depositors accounts will be
opened for specie, currency and scrip payable in
kind of funds, Checks snust be marked accordingly.
CScc hours from 9 to 13 A M and 1 to 3 F M.
" LUSHBACGH k. CARSON,
- JACOB MAItlTOX,
Respectfully announces to the puldie that be has on
hand a large stock of -
Cloths, Vestings, tS:c.,
Also a larpe assort meat of
Which he will sell at eott prices.
Ke flitters himself that ae nndentahds his business
UfwouRhlr and all work warranted coming from bis es
tablish meat, and charges as sow as aay other competitor
in tldi pluce or the West.
A rcat Fit Gcamistecd
BroivnvUle, JV. T.
Wm. T. Den,
RESPECTFULLY returns laa sinoere
thanks to the citizens of Bronrnville and
surroundin eoantrr for their liberal and
extensive patronage they hare extended him for the last
fifteen months siace be commenced businens in the above
place; that he has fitted up his new establishment No.
16, Main street, fjr the entire purpose of accommodating
all those who wish to prtronhte him to haTo their boots
and shoes mako to order; and having selected the best
Quality of leather suitable for the West,- and having en
gaged experienced workmen he would say to the public
that be is now ready to serve them on the shortest no
tice with a superior article or Boots and Shses, sew: or
pegged, at aa low prices as any other establishment in
E3"PriS done on the shortest notice. .2
75,000 lbs. Bacon.
LTFORD fc B0RX, Sonera, Mo , have fur sale, cheap
for ca&h, 75,000 pounds excellent bacon.
v2n3S-ly March I, '53
Kotice is hereby given to all Berlins noc ta buy from
James Ferguson, how a resi lcat of Brownville, Xemaha
county Nebraska, the following described real estate viz:
the south west quarter (14) of the south east quarter
(1)4) and lot number four (4) of section eighteen (IS) in
towusnip five fo ranre sixteen (Ifi) east, or any portion
thereof as I will contest his right of preemption thereto;
the same being a portion of a town site. This therefore
Is to warn all porsons against trading, buying or in any
way to negotiate with the aaid Ferguson f r the above
described tracts or parcels of land.
v2u33tf -. ACGTSTCS K0UXTZE.
I ?u? 0 RTAtiT IHF0RM ATI 0 f I !
Doctor 11 lit, having removed from 32 Tine st to
Ko. T, Pine Street, St. Lords 3Io
Continues to be consulted on all
Diseases of a Private Nataie-
By a long course of study and practical experience of
unlimited extent, Dr Whyte has the gratification of pre
senting the unfortunate with remedies that have sever
failed to care Ux mostaiarmias cases ot
COXOIIUIKEA AXO SYPXIILtS.
Beneath his treatment all the horrors of Venereal and
Impure Blood. Scrofula, Gonorrbcea, dcers, Pains and
Distress in the reekm of" Procreation Inflammation of
the Bladder and Ridneys, Abscesses, Haraws, Frightful
Swellings, and the ion? train of Horrible symptoms at
tending this class of diseases art made to become as
harmless as the simplest ailing of a child,
Dr W. devotes a gret part of his time to the treat
ment or those cases caused by a secret and solitary habit
which ruins the body and mind, nnfltting the lnlortunate
individual for either business or society. Some of the
sad and melancholy effects produced by these early ha
bits of youth are Weakness of the Back ana Limbs, Du
llness of the head. Pimnesaof Sight, Palpitation of the
Heart, Dypepsia. Nervousness. Derangement of the Di
gestive Powers. Symptoms of Consumption, fcc.
The fearful ejrtcn en tut mina are much to be dread
ed, vis : Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas. Depression
of Spirits. Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society, Self
Distrust, Timidity, ic, are among the evils produced.
Such persons before contemplating marriage should con
sult a physician of skill and experience, aadbeatonce
restored to health and happiness.
Fever and Ague Cnrea! Warranted!
A 11 letters containing a fee addressed to C. D. WHITE,
M. D., St, Louis Mo. will meet with prenrpt attention
and medicine sent secured from observation.
J3r ttrxcttit tecrecy ob tensed tn ail cotes.
Don't forget the place :
t3"lSo. 7, Pine st- Saint Louis. 'Mo2
$6000 Scrip Wanted,
For the same amount of Real Estate in Brownville at
low figures. Apply to
LU6HBAUCH Jc -CARSON
MILTON F. CLARK,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALS B. IS
WIIIES AITD LIQUORS,
JVb. 9, Main Sired,
BROWNVILLE, N. T. .
EATING purchased the entire stock of Goods belong
ing to . . R. Dvis, together with larje ana extensive
additions just received, I am new prepared to furnish
every variety of
Heavy and Fancy Groceries,
FOR HOTEL ASD FAMILY VSE.
I have in store, and for sale cheap, a large supply of
quality Rio and Java
Every quality and
Havana crashed and best article of hrown sugar.
Large supply Of superior New Orleans molasses, Bel
cher's and Golden Syrup.
TOBACCO AXB SEGARS,
Extensive variety and all of the best brands.
A great variety and pet up expressly for family use.
Every description of Fruit, such as
Fresh Peaches, Apples, Cherries. Goose
berries, Currants, Rub&rb, &c
For sale cheap and warranted fresh and good.
0YSTHS AND SARDINES,
A. larse supply of the best brands and warranted good.
A large ourntity of various articles of domestic use too
tedious to mention.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
French and American Brandies,
TfoIfe, Sneldam ScSmapps,
Old Monongehela, Bourbon, and Rye
COMMON' WHISKEY, ALE, frc
Just received 60 boxes superior Western Reserr for
chpforcash. 3ILLT05 I". CLAEK.
AIT. fro holding accounts asainst J. R- DaTls will
nit mi t b rnhtribr and have them cancelled; and
those indebted to tim will please call and settle, as long-
sv snTi1(swfM-sw wi Tl uil lbs srilMl.
MILTON, F. CLARK.
BRANCH, CROOKES & FROST,
Office 35 Vine Street, Manufactory aa
Broadway, North St, Louis.
Extra Cast Steel 31111 Saw,
Circular Sates from three to scventy-
fivemches fulhj warranted.
From our Ions experience in manufacturing Saws, m
the Eastern States and .England, purchasers can depend
upon finding our goods equal to the best manufactured.
("Particular attentica said to repairing all kinds of
TRESEKVED FRUITS; Strawberries, Peacies,
JL iTLorUiberxici 4e . Ac, to be bad at
. T. WQTTX k CD'S.
TfteNSteam Fciry ISoatr
IS COMING TO BROWNVILLE,
EUASTTS E. PARIiEXl
IS now prepared to prepare andmiXe out Pre-emption pa
pers and warrant them, to be correct. I have taken the
trouble to post myself spin regard to the Pre-emption
Laws and contested Claims, and will always feclpleasure
tngivtagadvice, gratis, to those wbo may call on me. Hav
ing a deire to remain penaasettty settled in Nemaha
county, I will exert my time and talents to the advance
ment of our new and prosperous county and the Territory
Land 'Warrant U ought and Bold.
OFFICE, one door West of Crane Jt KUri,in Eiwn i.
rial lam's new Office, where he can be found at all times
during busineM hours.
I have some good claims to sell at the first choice, Um
bered and prairie.
ALSO Several good and eligCile lota in Rrownville,
which I will dispose of cheap for aish or on tone, purchas
er paying ten per cent interest.
E. E. PARSXR.
Brownville, 3. T. Oct. 15. 1S57. vgolSiy
j x riNh UUOlti, for ale, bj
iO I.T.TXnTTE A CO.
THOMPSON c MARSH,
First st, between Slain and Atlantic."
TIAVR purchased the above name sakwn, formerly
owned by Wm. Alderman, and now announce their readi
ness to tickle the epicurian tastes of the Brownviliians
and others with every variety of good things usually kept
in ruch estahlinhmeata. Tis here you can get your fine
oysters, sardines, lobsters, fresh venison, prairi chick
ens, and such like and some of that glorious good ale
with which to wash it down. Giveuaacall.
November 11, 1367. n20-ly
A. W. PCETT.
PUETT & WTIiKTNSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OMADI, N. T.
Vrm attend to all business entrusted to their care
Col. Jesse Tnniana.
Omaha City, X. T.
CloT. Jos. A. WrishL
llr. F. N. Iloock,
Hon. John G. frari,
Hon. Geo. L. Miller.
T. E. ILfVYCOOK,
Attorney at Law
TOT. ESTATE AGEITT.
Uount Ternon, Nemaha Co
Particular attention paid to the practice of law and col
lection of debts in the counties og Nemaha, Pawnae,
Sohnson, and Richardson, Nebraska Territory.
Real estate bought and sold on commission. Land
warrants located for distant dealrrs. Pre-emp-tion
papers carefully prepared.
Sam. n. Elbert, Platumouth. N. T.
U P Bennet, Nebraska eit,N T
O D Richardson, Omaha cuy, S T
Fenner Ferguson, 11 C, Bel levue, N T
Cassady i Test, Bankers, Council Bluff. Iowa
Cook, Sergeant & Cook. Fort Desmcines. Iowa.
December 3. 1857 t23!v
ZOOK & BALDWIN,
Porost City, TLTo.,
Dye Woods, Dyestiiflk
Oils, Paint, and Painters Articles
Varnishes, Window-glass and Putty,
Trench, English, and American Perfumerj.
nvr :i . i - : r. i. - j
j: inu oicb iuivA Buiiug lupa, jiixc uair suu
vV7 tooth brushes, paint brushes, surgical and dent
al instrument, spices, snuffj, irannfactcjcd
tobacco; all the patent medicines cf the daj; pare
wines and brandies, for medical purposes; cuoice
toilet and fancy articles, etcetc.
Airents for the sale or
Dr. Wistar's lialsam of Wild Cherry.
Iioer s Liverwort, Tar and Lanchalagua.
Osgood's India Cholagogue, .
Jones' American Cholajogue;
Goysott's Yellow dock and Sarsaparilla:
ftmita s ionic jrup.
July 23, 1857.
Brownville, Xebraslia Territory,
J. H. MAUN & Co.,
Has just received the
WEST OF SAIXT LOUIS,
Consisting, in part of the
articles, ivhich they propose to sell
Cheap for Cash:
Pure white lead Putty
French sine Castor oil
China zinc Cod liver oil
Red lead Sweet oil
Venitian red Olive oil
Raw and burnt umbra Glue
Spanish whiting Patent medicines, all sorts
Chalk Cough candies
Turpentine Fancy candies
Linreed oil Castile soap
Tanners oil Toilet soap
Copal Tarnish Washing soap
Japan Tooth brushes
White Varnish Hair brushes
Lithera?e Ciotb Brushes
Paint brushes Almonds soft shell
Varnish brushes ' Ilrtl shell Almonds
Sash and window tools Filberts, peacans
Wall brushes . Pea nuts
Lettering Pencils Figs
Table paints Raisins
Camel hair pencils Oysters in can
Star candles Black and Imp Teas
Of the best brands, chewing and smoking. Cigars fin
est quality and flavor.
FRUITS AXD LIQUORS
Preserved fruit for pies, brandied peaches, fresh pea
ches in cans, pure liquors for medical purposes, Jamaica
rum, Holland Gin, Irish whisky, Bourbon whisk?, ginger
brandy, Cordial, Port wine, cherry wine, w&iie wine,
Foolscap paper, fancy letter paper, gild edge notes,
and envelopes, plain, fancy and embossed; pens and pen
holders, inks of all kinds, inkstands and Fabera pencils.
sealing wax wafers.
A Splendid Assortment of Perfumeries,
Comprising Lyon's Eathairieu, cologne, pommade
genuine ox marrow, bear grease and oils, muss and es
sences of all kinds and of the finest quality.
Jj" Physicians' Prescriptions attended
of tue day and niht.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
POWDER AND SHOT
With. aU article nxruHy found at such places.
They Invite their friends and the public generally to
give them a call, and they pledge themselves to give them
satisfaction as to price and quality of their good. ,
Nov. SI, fr7-rtr2I
R. V. 51 on,
EJ-Xni'siri of ILW. Fursa, A4TrtSTr VEpoS , .
Porter's f T'lrlt cT ths llzzzz.
General Pcrchccizj Agency.
TUX constantly increasing demand upon us to execute
commissions for the purchase of all kinds of articles, both
for residents and rum-residents cf theeity, hasf.adaced
us to establish, ii connection with ear newspaper enter
T(d?r the immediate supervision of one of"; cr trc, as
sisted by the most actum pluhei experts, tor roryijinj
-Particular attention will be paid to the selection, pur
chase, a&d sale of thoroujh-brei Cattle and Corse S;ck,
trained Dogs, Ferrets, and fancy Fowls, Cme, Bnrj,
and Saddle ILirses, Carriages, Harness and Sail: lei, Tme
Wa;caes, every description of Fire Arms. Sportinj Artir
cles, Fishing Rods and Tackle, Hnic and Music! Instru
ment, Tacbts, Sail and Row Boats. Furniture, te Wines,
Liquors, ad &urs; CTicket and Ball Bats, F;i, fcc, itc.
A6Bicn.TrB.aL IXplixxsts, of the latest and most
improved kinds ; Seeds, Plants, Fruit, Forest and Shade
trees, and ail kinds of Books treating on subjects of im
portance to the Farmer, Horticulturist, aad Florist.
Statx Rooms Exgagxd in advance, on Fteamers mi
Packets to leave for Europe. California, the West Indies,
or any part of the world. This will obviate the necessity
to residents of inland towns, and places where no steamer
agencies existof coming to New York two or three weeks
ia advance as they are now frequently required to d
either to obtain pas&ass, or to secure eUg;bie accocnu sta
tions. In this department, we will be reaiy to secure
Rooks at Hotels at favorable rates, so as to protect
the stranger from impiuon as well as inconvenience ;
and, in short, to perform any description of commission
that would ordinarily require the presence X Ute party
Gentlemen who desire to form Libraries, or who may
wish to procure the CAot'ce Lit crerure of the d&y, can
always rely upon our judgement and selection. Also,
Blank books and Stationery, aid Book and News Paper,
tor printers. -
FOR THE LADIES, we will procure the latest Fashion
Platef, styles of Bonnets, saaiples of tie newest varie
ties of goods, cosmetics, pTf utaes, and fancy articles, and
we sha u always be pleaeI to f smua everything connect
ed with their wants.
In short, for any service wllch may be required, the
public may rety upon us, with -fee most perfect confidence
tor nueuty, and dispatch. Apply to
geo. w. wnxxsfcco..
Porter's Spirit of the Tiutes, SIS Broadway. N. T.
N. B- Subscriptions for Porter's Spirit of the Times,
a Spurting Lite.nrs, Agricultural, Family Weekly Newv
paper, may be forwarded to Ue tame direction. Terms,
j a year.
GEO. S. EATER t CO.,
1 ITffl EI
Greneral Land Atrents.
AIilb eo, Iowa, Cass co. Nebraska.
WIUj promptly attend to Land Aenciex, Inves
tiatinsr Titles. Parin! Taxes. InTestinr mon
ey, Buyin and SelHng town Lota, Buying Sellins
and Locating Land Warrants, and all other business
connected with their profession in Western Iowa and
J. M. LEWIS, Associate Atteev.
Greene, Weare A Benton,
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
u. Louhty x Uo
Greene, Weare A Rice,
Greene A Weare,
Ft. Dea Moinea
Vineentown, 3T. J.
Nixon A woodman.
Tootle A Greene,
X. W. Thomas.
School A Son
Gen. Wm. Irick,
I. Reed A Son,
Robinson A liro-.
Rariington Co. Bank,
Emigrant's Land Hunter!!!
xTemaha City, and Pleasantrille, U. T.
Land Warrants Bought and Sold.
LAXD EXTERED OX TUXE.
Land Claims and Town Lots
BOUGHT AJ3D SOLD.
Investments Made for Distant Dealers.
BEING practical Surveyors and one having had three
years experience in the "West," will devote oar entire
time and special attention to the Selection and Entry of
i ana or ciaicuxor settlers and all those desiring choice
uorr at ssrmi.
Nemaha City, X T.
A Schuyler, Republic, Seneca co., Ohio.
D T Sear les. Tiffin City, "
Dr P Innskeep, Dayton. Iowa co., Iowa.
Rev W Ring, Archer. Richardaoa co., N.T.
S Wiseman, Genoa Bluffs, Iowa.
3 F Schuyler, Novelty Works. N. T.
F Ferguson. Brownville, N. T
Clinton D Turner, Attica, Seneca co., Ohio.
Letters of Enquiry Promptly Answered.3
August 13lh. 1H57. a2-o9 ly
15,000 lbs. OfJDacon For sale, cheap for
tau, by M.TUED k HORX.
Sonora, Mo April th, 1357. 43-tf
VOOD &, WOLFSON,
Importers and Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic Wines k Li
quors, Tobacco, Cigars, &c.
Second Street or.e door above BeattiCi Banking House
The subscribers have just opened In &t. Joseph, one of
the largest and most varied assortment of Wines and Li
quors ever cfiered in this market, and which they offer to
TEX PER CEXT CAEAPEXl
Than any other houein Xorth-West Missouri.
MR. WOLF SON
Has been enraged in the bunaess f ir a number of years
m St. ujuis and a ew Orleans, and flatters himself
that he can make it an object to tooe wishing to
purchase to call and see him.
jCountry merchants are earnestly solicited to call
and examma oar stock and prices.
WOOD A. WOLTSON,
St. Joseph, Mo.
33 husk Mattrasses just received at the store or
Am. 6. 1537 n8 I. T. WIITTX.
E. if. TOCSB. J. W. STEWAKT.
YOUNG Si STEWART,
Fomardins and Commission
HuT o IT o 23L 23L -t a
And Manufacturers' A rents.
XO. 37, SECOND STEEET. ST. LOC1S. MO.
Particular attention paid to the sale cf all kinds o
Merchandise. Orders for the purchase of Cincinnati
Pittsburg or St. LouU Manufactured articles will mee
with prompt attention.
AND HOLLOW W ARE
Eept constantly on hand the lattsr at the reduced price
of 3 i-a rnu per lr.
Patent Portable LlilL
THE subecribers have entered into a partnership
under the firm of Reed, Ilolabird k Co., to
manufacture the J. C. Reed, Patent Portable Grist
Hill and are now prepared to furnish all those in
want of a rood Corn or Wheat Mill that for dura
bility, simplicty and economy ; excel any if ill in the
world. On tho late exhibition of the Mechanics
institute in Cincinnati, a Cold Jfsdal was awarded
them for it.
It is adapted to all Grain grinding purposes ; it is
superior to all others for the most extensive Merchant
Mill, as it is for grinding the Farmers feed by Horse
The above Mills are manufactured by the under
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, 0., where they
eon be furnished in any quantity at short notice.
The above Hills warranted to perform as follows
33 ii diain., per hour 50 B. Corn, 23 Wheat, $330
30 u u 30 m Li " 2o0
4 u u m 20 1J 200
20 m 44 u 16 u g as 10
As this Mill tells its own story, it if unnecessary to
quote from our numerous recommendations. received.
TT. II. TTIIXIA3IS,
WTIOLESALB ASD BXTAIi. DXALU CT
STOVES & TINWARE
TAKES pleasure in announcing the citi seas of Or
ron and the peblie in reneraL that ha baa en
hand the most extensive stock of Stores and Tin
ware, ever offered in this market. My stock cf Tin
ware is of zny own manufacture, and ia fr? ggT
Wholeaale and Retail at St. Louis prices.
i wont a ca.i -particular attention to my stock of
cuunoj usiuvts, eompnsiBg the meat improved
patterns both A ir-Tijh land Premium. AmoEgthsaa
may be found Filly's Charter Oak, the best stoTe mt
in use, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Tioneer and prise Pre-
Parlor & Bos Stove3
Of various Siaes and Patterns, which I will
SELL L0WEH TTIA5 A XT 15 T0W5.
Particular attention paid to making asd putting
op Tin Gutters, in the town and eoantrr. Also, re
pairing dose on short notice and on reaeonahia teruu.
Old copper, Brass and Pewter taken ia eiehar -e
for work or ware. W. W. WILUAM3,
Tl-nj Oregon. Mo., Jn'.y 5. 13L8.
- Potter Wanted.
I will give employment to a good, fndastrious Potter,
well acquainted with the business.
ii Mffl ma
I have a lUkt twu-Lorse i;-it wiich I wUl cUjyo si
oa gtxd terms to any one wuiai.
R. W". TTZNAS.
ii V Hlil ill C , ilCiMAM
FOH IIIIITT OE SALE. :
TheCreDcw br::i Hjtel new nearlv completed nt
ie by first day of A?zu next Is far sale cr rent. Tr
suese -'ysainted wa need make no further aanoanne-.
ment. 1 tVe at a distance ailctr us to say that Brv -
vii.e t3 one of tie most liriTiisr young ci:iee of Nebrits
la, conuins a population of a5o-.it SCO. The Land CO
for the Nemaha Land District is located here at Is ue-
tive operation Tie land sales wiil most likely laks)
plsce on or before July next.
The H.jtel ia suSlJieatly larse fceias 60 ry 80. stwrWfs
higls to acoDinmodjite acy number almost of patrona,
and yet sot oa such an ex;ezive scola but that It can,
purctas!d or rented aad kept, and r7 well.
it was erected ry a stock comriry whose principal s-
;ect was to secure a first cla Hotel In the place, anl
tter win sell it at cost will either sell er renti fe'st
pte'er to sell.
NonetieAl make truncation to rrst extent those wla
are txprritneti ia hvtel business, and can coaia wu
A pply ia person cr ty letter to ettter
R. W. FT UNAS, PrtsvUlcnt,
Or ALEX HALLAM. SeCy.
Bnawtrille. Nebraska. Februarr 11. ISO.
!r3""Gaaette, St Jusrrh: Plamdeaier. ClsvelsatT SUtes.
v astijtr.n City Statesman, Columbus, O.; Inquirer,
Clndsnati. Si Los- Republican and New Toik Tribune.
copy weekly to amount of 35 and send UU to this cCee,
TTT1 A TlTC'PL'L?
laforas the public that he Is prepared at all times. t
do all kinds of work with a team. Also la prcjired f
carry paasensers to any desired point.
JOBS. 1 E1XVEY. CH1S. P. RQU.V-
ATTOEITEYS AT LAW,
TTT?n a er a rrTT'V r m
TTiU practice m 11 Curta4 IM T-cttiwi;.- C1-i
tioii and cruamiil business attended to ttrcr-tbovt Ne
braska, Western Iowa and Xissouri. Will ntterttl tl.i
Courts st Brownville. ' V.m33-6m
S .IT LOUIS
WE have now the larcest stock of custom made Fursi-
ture ever caereU In this market, principaily c( our own
Fin: parlor sziis of
with a large assortment of EoffewoL Slahccany, Ctik
and Wainot Chamber, Din' ng Rocm, Hall and Library
which we are seilius at very lew prices for ca&li
short city paper.
tj'r. S. The a'.tenuon of tie trade solicited.
JilTCUEIX, R.UIUELSJiiG it CO.
N SO j.. ftl. Sfittfvl itrrt, St. exit
I. r. LrSHBATGH. 3SO. L. CAS)t
LTJ3HBATJGH c CAHSOII.
BASKERS AXD CEXERAL LAXD AGZXTS.
Dealers in Colo,
Cncurrent Money, Exchanre and Land Warrants, '
BHOWNT1LLE. NEMAHA CO.. X. T.
Especial attention wm be given to Boyins; and Betllnx
Exchan?e cn the principal cities of th Umted S-ituc
Gold, Silver, and uacurrent Bank Notes. Acccaiant st
ply of Land Warrants on hand for sale, roa cash, or a
teredon time for Pr-mptors. All Warrants sold by us
ruaranteedin every respect. Wirt Cle Declaratory Stale-
menu cf irteaUon to pre-empt, and prepare Pre-emption,
Papers at short notice. Money loaned upon test securi
ties, at westers rate cf interest, and investmenu mui
in Lands or city property far distant canitalnts. Cl-tc-
tions upon all convenient points wiil be promptly attend
ed to and proceeds remitted in exefcaafe, at current rates.
Bills of Exchange on England, Ireland, and Francs, ob
tained at usual rate-v. with cost of Exchange on tbn Kasi
a-sueu. neposits receiyeqon Current account aad later est
allowed on special deposits.
OFFICE Main St., near C. S. Tr 1 0"ce.
Lir.d, Brother A Co., Merchants,
McNaxibton, Carson A Co., "
IUser A White, "
Tonne, Carson A Bryant, "
Jno. Thompson Mason. Cal'rofPort.
E. if. Pcnderson A Co. Merchants,
M. M.Teakle A Co. No. 17, Broadway,
. m. t. smith on, Esc.., Banker,
J. T. SteTens, Esq., Att'y at Law,
Jno. S. Gxliaher, Late 3d And. C. S. T.
Taylor tt Eriegh, Bankers,
Chicagn, III. .
McClelland, Scrug;s &Co. Merchants,
Hon. Thos. G. Pratt.
lion. J. W. Geary, Ex-Got. Kansas,
Hon. J as. O. Carson.
P. B. Small. Esq., Pres't S. Baak,
Col. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Law.
St. Lous, Xc
A niupo Us, Mi.
Council Bins "
Des Moine '
Charles Parsons A Co. Bankers,
H. C. Nutt k. Co.
Greene, Weare A Rice, "
Douglass & Wstiton, "
Col. Sam Uambletan, Att'y at Law,
Judge Thos. Perry,
Prof. H. Tutwiler,
Oct. 8, 'tt-v3-ul5-tt
Watclimaker & 'Goldsmith,
ROCK PORT, MO. .
BEGS leave to inform the public that he has lorabM
in the above named town and oners for sale a chot
CL 0 CKS, WA TCHES, JE WELR Y, -
and other articles usually kept tn such establishnxrats at
prices which cannot be complained of. Being aa exper
ienced watchmaker be flatters himself that in repa.xirg
watches, clocks and jewelry he can give perfect muila:,
tion. 19 Sm
FOR SALE FOR SCRIP.
we have 100 Overcoats which we will sell at cost, tries
for Brownville Hotel Scrip. ,
BIEGEL st GBEEXBJXM-.
bT. JOSEPH, MO.
JAMES CARGILL Proprietor. .
"1 TANUFACTTJRES and keer cocgiar.tV
on band for sale, all kinds of Floor. .Ural,
and Feed stuSi. Orders solicited and promptly filled
on most favorable terms. Cash paid eonstaatly for
Wheat. For character of Flour rtXcr .to evcrjLodj
that ever used it.
St. Joseph, JIo An;. 30,1556. ylnlS-ly ,
T I N W A II E .
Ay50T3CES to the public that he has just re
ceived, per Steamer Emma, a very lurge aed
well assorted stock of Parlor and Cook Stores, of
new and improved pattern, as follows:
Shanghai K1v.ij Ovn -
Buck's Clipper Oven.
" Improved PaiUm u
all of which I pledge myself to sell at as fair rata
and on as accommodating terms as any other estttb
lishment in this region of country.
I have also sow on hand every requisite raxicty
of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron ware, and am prepared
to put up guttering and spouting and all other work
in my line, at short notice, and in a workmanlike
manner, which I warrant to give satisfaction.
A share cf patronage is solicited.
BrownTEle,JallSth, 1357, rZnllj
A. B. HOLLABIRD & CO,
Machinists, Fevers and
iTont atreet, TTet of Smith.
W nw a- mm J Jtv Wl am a U s4i
the public generally, that they are now j re
pared to execute all orders in their line, with prompt
ness. Having lately enlarged their shop and witk
the increased facilities they now poeeen, they hope to
merit a continuation of the liberal patronage w licit
baa henstnfYire been tttfnArA to tbm .
aw Hill Zrgiies cf every I)2scri;ti:a
Constantly oa ban-l: eonsisiia cf tko iash, Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears and every descrijtic-a of
Ja3tirgs, warranted to be well made ia ererypartjear
They Kare also a BoP.erTard attached to LHefr
establishment, which enables them ta arertse all
work is that line furnished by them, and arts pre
pared to work os as reasonabls tema as aay oiier
shop in the country. '
Those in want of anything ia oar lice, wcild
well to gire uj a call and examine our new p4iern
AND STEAH EOAT AUiLM. -
Wholesale and Eetail Iealcis it Dry Gox!. Gtscei'iee,
Hardware, Qneeasware ynrtiitare, atovee," '
flour, Sa. kt
ept- 24 W rOwTtLH, j; . J.
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