Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, April 29, 1858, Image 4
Buclianan Life and General - Znouranoo Oo., OSce cor 21 anl Jule sty., .ST. JOSEPH, MO. CHARTERED AT THB LAST SESSION 0 7JTK H( LEO Authorized Capitol 3,000,000. DIRECTORS : J.B. Jennings, I. ii. Howard, J. A. Owen. Hilton Tooth, John Colhoun,John H. Likens, W.H.Peneik, James Kay, X.J. ilcAfhaa, A. O. ifaiicSer. J.B. JEX.N'IXUS, Pres. y. R. JIcAshav, Ssc'y. IS now ready to receive application for Life, Fire, Marino and River risks. A cash return of 25 pee cent, will be allowed on cargo premiums. Losssr prompt! adjusted, and the usual facilities given to Ike patrort of the oSce. . April Kith, 18j7. 44-.5m WEBSTER, MARSH & CO., Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers IX Ready Made Clothing, 85, Main St., St. Louis, Mo. PTTTRTS. PRAWERS, OVERALLS, PTIIRTS. XI. XT 23X3 23X1 GOODS, ml all kind of FUHinSHIKG GOODS. . ALSO FALL STOCK OF GENT'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, Which we offer aa low as anv House In the City. WEBSTER, MARSH k. CO. WHEELER &, WILSON'S INCOMPARABLE SEWING MACHINES j. w. Mcdonald & co., No. 79, Fourth street, St. Lcuis, Mo. Are taking the place of all other machined to Families, Dress-Makers. ASD They are the Simplest, Speediest, Cheapest and most durable Machines exit.tant. Agents Wanted In Every Town In the West. B. F. SNYDER, Forwarding and Commission And Steamboat Agent, ST. JOSEPH, MO. Will be at the Levee at all hours upon the arrival of 8 teamboata, and attend to the Collection f Bills and Business left with him with prompt dispat:h; also attend to the Receiving of goods for boats, either fir St. Louis or apper Missouri. Will be found in the office of Dolman k. West Real Xfctate Agents, Market Square. MILLER & BOISAUBIN, Importers of French and German LOOKIKG-GLASS FLATES, Sheet, Sky-L.i?ht, and Floor Glass, 18, Second St., St. Louis, Mo. Kaaafactarers of Ornamental Looking-GlHs Frames. Stained Glass in all its Various Branches, for Churches, Public and Private Buildings. Ornamental Work for Steamboats. IIAYDEN & WILSON. Importer and Manufacturer of ASD Coach Hardware, Carriage Trimmings, Saddle Trees, Ilames, Springs and Axles, Patent and Enameled Leather, SKIRTING, HARNESS, & BRIDLE LEATHER. No. 11, Main Street. St. Louis, Mo., Are prepared to offer to their customers and the trade an assortment of articles unsurpassed, in quaUty and cheapness, by any House in their line. East or West. Commercial Nursery, BLOOMLNGTON, ILL. The undersigned beg leave to Inform the Ntmiernnen and Fanners of the West and South-west, that they are extensively enpasred in the propagation of . ROOT, CRAFTED AND BI DDF.D STOCKS FOB especially the APPLE, and a few other hardy Fruits Having spent near twenty years in selecting their Fruits, they are now convinced that their Utt is unsarpass- ro, cote in regard to tne quality ami toe proportion in wrjieh they cultivate. Being very desirous of dissemina ting them as widely as possible, they adopt the method of sending out small, cultivated stocks for the Nursery, as being far more practicable and safe, than to incur the great expense, delay and risk of shipping larpe trees, which should always be raised near where they are wanted. Fromjtheir long experience they flatter themselves that they are perfectly acquainted with the aUve business, and they graft only such hardy varieties as succeed well on the root, and but, on needling stocks, and the most de sirable, tender and half hardy kinds. The gnif ting will be done at the proper season, and in the best ctauner. The 'stock will be packed securely and shipped by express, with the greatest care in early spring, to any part of the West. They have also, on hand, the largest and best crop of MACLVRA HEDGE PLANTS ever grown, for sale on bent term, by the thousand or million. They may be shipped in the Fall or Spring. Their prices for Nursery stock will be found is low ss any other of equal quality in the Union. Catalogue and Treat ise on Hedge Culture, sent gratis to all applicants. Fatronage solicited. Order for Nursery stock should be sent prior to 26th of December. Address, OVERMAN & MANN, Oct. 15, ,67-nI6 Bloomington, 111. To Fruit Growers. SPHIjSra OF 1858. In addititition to car general stock of Fruit trees, we solicit the attention of Planters to the following articles In particular, the stock of which is exten sive, and of the finest description : Tears or Quince, Dwarfs and Pyramids, two to three year's growth. Trees of bearing size can be applied of a few sons. Cherries or Mahler dwarfs and Pyramids, very Strong and well formed ail the best soils in culti vation. Foreign Grapes for Vineries strong two year old plants, in pots, from eyes all the popular varie ties. Strawberries upwards of forty varieties, includ ing McAvoy's, Superior, Longworth's Prolifiie.IIook r's Seedling, Gennessee, Jenny Lind, Scott's Sced Eng, Ac. Also the finest French and English varie ties, including Trollope'a Victoria and Triumphe de Carnd,two superb, hardy, and r inline varieties.. Raspberries Brinkle's Orange, the hardiest and Wat light colored variety known. Also, Merveille de 4 Saisons, and Belle de Fontenay, the two best aatnmnal sorts superb large fruits,"and prolific. All these frnita have been propagated and grown, with the most scrupulous regard for accuracy, and 8aj be relied upon. Early orders solicited. ELLWAXGER & BARRY, Mount Cope Nurseries, Roceester, N. Y. no40-2t DORCHESTER BLACKBERRIES Hovoy, eft) Co., KoT, Merchants' Row, Boston, GFF2R FOR SALE 5 000 ELAKBERRY. The Dorchestey Blackberry has not received the attentions its superior merits deserves. In compe x Litioa with the Law ton, has carried off every prize bfefora the Massachusetts Horticultural Society the lasTTro Tears. ' The Ooeamittee state in their annual Report for 1851, " I bat in each and every instance where they questioned the contributors for the purpose of learn in c their individual opinions of the merits of one or the other voriety for market, there was not a single diss n tin voice as to the superiority of the Dor chester over the Lawton. Tho Dorchester is of su perior flavor, the berry is much largaer, is equally as (tardy, and tally aa ro!ifie,bcaringcarrirge well, and reUinidr its black cohr." Strong plants will be sold as follows : 100 for $10, 5? lor o, 2d lor is o, and ii lor 5-'. SUPERB GERMAN ASTORS. Covey A Coinvite the attention of amatearsand the public to their splendid collection of German Asters. Having for twenty years given particular attention to the improvement of this showy flower, man raving neen awarded tne erst pnie oi tne .Mas achutetU Horticultural Society thirteen times since 1Mb, for the exhibition of superior flowers, offer for saie eavoioe assortments of seeds as follow : No. 1. 19 varieties of the various beautiful kinds, xtra, $1,00. V . - ...... ic i. Li varieties of the same, extra, oc 10.5.8 u u a 50 Ro. 4.8 " Peony flowered, 50c o.5. 8 Globe and Pyramidiil.ex'k 50c o.S.4 Globe Peony. Ac., extra 25c . T. 2 " The new crown-flowered 25c Also the following rare seeds : Calceolaria. Ciner- ia, Verbena, Lantana. Hollyhock, Carnation, Pelar- roninm, Pansey, Daisy, 1 hlox, Ac, saved fmra mm- ed eollection ; extra 25 cents each. With a large as sortment of 800 other varieties of Flower Seeds : the newest and best Vegetable Seeds (including the ti aboard Squash.) summer Cowering, nils, Ac. Seeds sent by mail. Catalogue gratis. Address, IIOVEY ICo. ft 19 2t Jfo. Merchants' Row Boston. VICTORIOUS OVER TAIN. BRAGS'S ARCTIC LINIMENT. pnny or ease ! Sickness or liealth I Ij.'e or death! These are the questions involrel In the adoption or rejection ot Jiin spe cific by the nirtyni to external diseases and injuries. Hiving re ceived the imliimement of tlieilis tiognislied urun, the late I'r. KANK, nd iUrll.cacy tented dur ing two awful tYiutets in the re u'iins o etenial ice, it is now com ing into (ronral use in every sec tion of the civiled globe, and its marvelous cures are et try where excitin? n.stouishmcnt. THE AFFLICTED KEJ0ICE. nrxnnnns nna TnorsAxrs Lave tested its virtues, and are rejoicing in freeiom fnm long linrriiiR FAIN" and tlfEAi-K. which oilier remedies lisd failed to euro. Ilnve joii the BRON CHITIS, NKL'RAIXIIA, EflEU MA1ISM, HT.01-TI.A, EA11 AVHK or TOOUI-ACIIE Are you a(Ilic!.l with Ol.l) t'Or.IiS uf ferinp, from URC1?KS, f-l'PAlNS, coit.s, souk &Y12, imsr TOE ARCTIC LISIMEKT will alTord yoa instaut relief. Everybody is liable to v, 't- f'i', ill' tj" these dreadful accidents the V,;';i!'i7,','?i! 'U' - . AitCTlC MNUIKNT kIiouM be ii i i I, L ' ""villi 7 !;! nn li.n.l r.i it (Ti.nU anra metiiate relief, olien sav from death. Every steam train should has heard the uttered by the imed victims of (y ' 'i f"' that acme means of telievins i .t.--. t tli. If f.irttir ulimiltl ntirr ItA '. wf( 5 1 accessible T Such doesexit in this Z.a Coi ti baliny iin coutrolliiigngont. Ilia THE MOTHERS' COUPAHTOIT. erescences, Miould attack 5 tliefe tresraRcra on neauiy a domain as onn as lliev appear : ; with the AUC1IC l.lNIMl'.NT. It is excellent for the Ilnir, ,i lit,;V':; CiTi,1K Jtaliealtliy, glossy ap Veir'iiK; fearauce. It is GOOD FOR MAN AND BEAST. Tt is a snvereipn rerreOly foi tie various disease with which horses are afliicted, cur ing l lie most nlnrming cases of BitlJSES, SPRAINS, STRING HALT, WOt'NDS, SCHATC1I KS, SWEKNY, SPAVIN, RING HONK, DIG-HEAD, rOLL EYII Ac. No farmer, livery atalilo keeper, or any person owning valuable HOUSES, fhoiild he nilhout thia valua Mo remedy. 1 . C For salo by all respectable Druggists and Pealera. Prices of the T.in'ment, 5 cents, 60 cents and $1 a bot tle. A one-dollar bottle contiauH aa much Liniment a eight twenty Eve cunt bottles EXTRA0RDKARY AXXOUKCEmT Every purchiiser of a dollar bottle of the ArCTTC 1MENT receives, at lr. Bi-agps expense, the UNITED STATES JOURNAL, f Xew York, for one year. The Jeurnal is a Urg9 illjstrated paper each number con taining sixteen pas. beantifully printed on clear white paper, and (Tiled w.th oriffical r-"atter from the most bril liaot writers of tlm country. Certificate of subscription and full particulars of the novel and philanthropic en terprise, of which this offer foruis a part, will accompany each bottle. An AGENT Tv"ANTFT In FVTTtY TOWX and TTTJGE. UK AGO fc IHRROAYES, St. T.onia, Mo. Nkw Yokk (imo; No. GT1 BROADWAY. Communications should always be addressed to St. Louis. J. II. MAUN & CO., Agents, Brownville, N. T. Du Page County Nursery NAFERVILLE, ILL. Tte proprietors of this establishment would call at tentiou to their very large and extensive stock ot Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrub?, and Plants, which they offer to the Hiring trade at wholesale and retail. Apple Trees, Pear Trees and Cherry Trees, both stan dard and dwarf. Peach Tres, Quirce Bushes. Grape Vines Isi.tel a Catawba, and Clinton, in large quartities; Northern, Muscadine, Chorter Oak &c., in email quantities. Currants in variety Red Dutch by the thousand. Batpberries, Blackberries Lawton. Strawberries Pcabody's New Hartbois, and other choice varieties. Atparagus roots. Rhubarb roots or Pie Plant Victoria, Li ureas, Scotch Hybrid, Jlammoth and other varieties Hodge Plants Osage Orange by the million. Osage Orarge Sctd, Apple Seetl fresh and good and in largo quantues. Ornamental Department. Ornamental trees and shrubs. Evergreen trees and shrubs. Rosea Over threj hundred varieties, embodying most of the new ard choice varieties of Moss, Hybrid, and Hardy Perpetu.il, Bjurbon, Noisette, Tea, China, China, Bcnpal, Austrian Prane or Climbing, and June Koses, Pa-Dies Tree anl Herbaceous; Dahlias, and other bulbous roots. nardy, Bor ler, and Greenhouse Plants embracing the largest stock at: the northwest. Orders solicited. Catalogues sent to all applicants, No. 1. Descriptive Catalogues of Fruit and Ornamen tal trees and shrubs. No. 2. Catalogue of Dahlias, Bedding-out, and Green- bouse plants. Xo. 3. Wholesale Catalogue. March 1-nolO 2t LEWIS ELLSWORTH. JT. V. WXSTLAKE. A. A. BUTTON. WESTLAKE & BUTTON, MACHINE SHOP & FOUNDRY. Railroad Car, Block Pump, Bolt unitr tu iviiiiu c, xiiuuid ot., ST. LOUIS, MO. Contractors outfits constantly on hand, such as r nr u. d:j 11. c ' Rotary Pump Cars, Sideer End Cars, V heelbarrows, bcrapers, Single and Horse Power Derricks, &c. Blscksmithin? of all kinds, Bridge and Truss Bolts of any length. Workrranship warranted of best quality, O. r. LAi. w. n. HOOVEB, Brownville. Nemaha City. LAKE & HOOVER, ML ESTATE III, NOTARYS PUBLIC. BrovTiivLllo and Nemaha City, NEBRASKA TERRITORY. "VTT'lLLpnniptly attend to Land Agencies, Paying V tasas, Drawing money, buying and selling Real Estate, buying and selling on Commission, Making Collections for distant dealers, and all kinds of business pertaining to their profession. 1 articular attentoin will be given in filing declara tory statements to pre-empt and procuring War ranty Deeds from tho Town authorities. rersons owmcg town lots, residing at a distance wishing to procure Warranty Deeds will do well to place the agency incur hands, (alw a; t presenting tneir vuitcla.m Jjecds lor said Lot t within the ex piration of sixmenths, as after that time all lets not Deeded will be sola. Blanks always on hand. If. B. Letters of inqnirv answered promptly. March 26, '57. 41-ly Editor "jS'ebrtttlca Aiw.rtiter": Dea Sir: In lookin;overthe last number of your piper a r.otioe attracted my attention signed by Jerome Iloovcr, Esq., in which he states that certain stones are in ciroulaticn that the undersigned claim some interest in Nemaha City for the purpose of in juring its prosperity, it may do quite well to cir culate a report of that natnro where the facts are unknown, but to thosi knowing the facts such a statement is merely iooush. And for the purpose of giving a fair opportunity to persons to ascertain the facts we hereby warn all persons from purchasing any pretended claim or interest in the said wwn of Nemaha City, from the said Jerome Hoover, as he has sold and received pay fur nine- twelfths cf said town, and suit is now pendinz to place the nnJenigned in possession of the interest by them purchased in the same; and they have not authorized the said Hoover to sell or dispose of any portion of their interest, but directed suit to be broughtlong since for its recovery. Yours, &., F. J. MARSHALL. JNO. DONIPHAN. JAS.DONirHAN. K. L. BALLARD. R. C. BISHOP. L. D. BIRD. A. (i. WOODWARD S. F. NUCKOLLS. CUAS. F. HOLLY. JIarch 2Sth,l357. 42-tf JOHN McDONOUGH. House, Sign, & Ornamental Puiater, rrotox yiLLu, ar. t, IX Orders can be: eft at the City Prng Store. .3 B 00T3 and SHOES A Tremendous Stock, jus received, oncucil. and forsnle, by " I. T. WnYTE k CO. V 4j('Ue.pit. Yhothat WV' ' ryaJjX shrieks offngiiiKh t'y .?''ftW itscaMe.1 and mn a.a..v v. cures CAKES 1 T7TF. feifv ft? Bit EAST, ORK NilTIS, for.i:i.ii-s,riiins,&c i. f?;: ,.' J dies who prize a pure i-kin, ! V.4 -;; , f. void of pimples, blotches, curf tt '- . - : v t and nil i iscolorations and e x- 4: -VV . Ira I . 4 s a ttt -n ra n --rr . , . mim PILLS. ro2 All tits rrarosEs or a FAMILY PHYSIC. Tirr.ui! has lor.i existed a public demand for an e.Tcctive purirnthe pill which could be relied on as sure and perfectly safe in its operation. This ha been prepared to meet that clenismd, and an exten sive trial of its virtues has cfnciiisivMT snowp wun what success it accomplishes the purpose desiarned. It is eay to make a physical nl, tmt not easy to make the best of all pill's ot:e whitth should have none of the obiectinns, but :i!l the advantages, of every other. This has boen attempted here, and with what sv.ccess we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It has been unfortunate fr the patient hitherto that alnuw-t every purgative medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow els. This is not. Many of them produce so much griping pain and revulsion iu the system as to more than counterbaianco the gooa to do ticrnca irom them. These pill produce no irritation or pain, unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc tion or derangement in the towels, licing purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any Quantity : but it is better that any medicine should be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their use in the several diseases to which they are ap plicable are given on the hex. Among the com plaints which have been spceiiiy cttrea ny tnem, we may" mention Liver Complaint, in its varioliform of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor nr.d I.oss of Ap petite, Listicssr.ess, Irritability, Billons Headache, Bilious Fever, Fever and Afjuc, Pain in the Side and Loins ; for, in truth, all these aTe but the con sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an aperient they afford prompt end sure relief in Cos tivencsR, Piles, Colic, Dyscntory, Humors, Scrofula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body, Ulcers and impv.rity of the blood, Irregr.larities J in short, any and every case where a p-irgntive is required. i'hev have also produced some singularly suc cessful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel, Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in the Back, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely taken in the spring of the ye-ir, to purify the blood and prepare the system for the change of seasons. An occasional dose stimulates the 6tomach 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. Hence an occasional dose in advantageous, even though r.o 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 caes in which a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but they suggest themselves to the. reason of every body ; and it is confidently believed this pili will answer a better purpose than any thing which has hitherto been .available to mankind. When their virtues are once known, t':ie public will no longer doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped, they are pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any quantity. For minute directions, see wrapper on the Box ruKrARKD in DR. JAMES C. AYEE, P radical and Analytical Chemist, LOWELL, MASS. Fries 23 Cents per Eoi. Jive Eoxes for $L AYEU'S CHERRY PECTORAL, For the rnjUl Cure of C01T.MS, COLDS, KOARSEXESS, BUO.M IIITIS, N lIOOPI-YG-COllilJ, CROHN ASTHMA. AXD coxsnirTiox. Tim remedy has won for itself such notoriety from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease, that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi dences of its virtues in any community where it has been employed. So wide te the field of its use fulness, and so" numerous the cases of its cures, that almost every section of the country abom in persons publicly known, who have been restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of the lungs by its use. 'When once tried its superiority over every other medicine of its kind is too appa rent to escape observation, and where its virtues arc known, the public no longer hesitate what antidotr to employ for the distressing and dangerous afTec tions of "the pulmonary organs which are incident to our climate. Not only in formidable attack upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties of Colps, Coughs, Hoarseness, &. ; and for Chii. pit en it is the pleasantest and safest medicine thai can be obtained. As it has long been in constant use throughout this section, we need, not do more than assure the people its quality is kept up to the best that it" ever has been, and that the genuine article is sold by J. II. MAUX & CO., Brownville, N. T. Porter's Spirit of the Times. General Purchasing Agency. THE constantly increasing demand upon ns to execute commissions for the purchaseof all kinds of articles, both for residents and non-residents of the city, hasfinduced us to establish, in connection with our newspaper enter prise, a Purchasing Eureau nnder the Immediate supervision of one of our Arm, as sisted by the most accomplished experts, for tupplying ana article in the world. Particular attention will be paid to the selection, pur chase, and sale of thorough-bred Cattle and Horse Stock, trained Dogs, t errets, and fancy Fowlt., carnage, Buggy, and Saddle Horses, Carriages, Harness and Saddlef, Time Watches, every description of i'ire Arms. Sporting Arti cles, Fishing Rods and Tackle, Mnnic and Musical Instru ment, Yachts, bail and Row Boats, Furniture, flue Wines, Liquorn, and Sigars; Cricket and Ball Bats, Fads, to., &c. Agricultural Implements, of the latest and most improved kinds ; Seeds, Plants, Fruit, Forest and Shade trees, and all kinds of Books treating on subjects of lm portancc to the Farmer, Horticulturist, and Florist. State rooms Engaged in advanco, on Steamers and Packets to leave for Europe, California, the West Indies, oranypartof the world. This will obviate the necessity to residents oi inland towns, and places where no steamer agencies exist,of coming to New York two or three weeks in advance as they are now frequently required to do either to obtain passage, or to secure eligible accommoda tions. In this department, we will be ready to secure Rooms at Hotels at favorable rates, so as to protect the stranger from imposition as well as inconvenience; and, la short, to perform any description of commission that would ordinarily require the presence of the party nimseu. Gentlemen who desire to form Libraries, or who may wish to procure the Choice Literature of the day, can always rely upon our judgement and selection. Also, Blank books and Stationery, and Book and News Paper, tor primers. FOR THE LADIES, we will procure the latest Fashion Platef, styles of Bonnets, samples of the newest varie ties of goods, cosmetics, perfumes, and iancy articles, and we shall always be pleased tofurnish everything connect ed with their wants. In short, for any service which may be Teqnired, the public may rely upon us, with the roost perfect confidence for fidelity, and dispatch. Apply to GEO. W. WILKES & CO., Porter's Spirit of the Times, 348 Broadway. X. T. IT. B. Subscriptions for Porter' Spirit ot the Times, a sporting Literars, Agricultural, family weekly News paper, may be forwarded to the same Cirecticn. Terms, 93 a year. Groceries! Groceries!! Fresh Arrivals ! Heavy Additions ! ! Prices Greatly Reduced? CURRENCY TAKEX AT PAR ! I J, B. JENNINGS Cor. 2nd and Frances sts, Si. Joseph .Vo nAS just received at bis store room, corner of Second and Francis Streets, St. Joseph, everything desirable in bis line, which he purchased for the Fall and Winter trade, at greatly reduced price for Cask, and which he will sell at corresponding prices fr cash, or to pnnctual customers. Among his recent receipts are 60 doi Fresh Peaches, 35 doi Prime Apples, 20 dox Assorted Fruits, 20 doz Lobsters 1 & 2 lb cms, 300 dos Field's celebrated Oysters put up this fall, 20 half Barrels new white Fish also Codfish, 100 boxes W R Cheese, 50 boxes E D do, 600 lb currants, 00 boxes fresh raisins, 100 boxes dried her ring, 600 lbs Goshen Butter, 200 bMs crackers, 60 bbls nuts assorted, oou 10s reanuts, i jo noies assorted ac fancy candies, 100 do gum drops and motto Lciengers 200 drums Fitrs.&c. Also a large 1 t sugaa and molasses, which will be sold at prices considerably below the prices sixty days ago. St. Joseph, Xov. 8, 1S57. Sin S. Lociwoon. 1857. E- Poxerot Lockwood & Pomeroy, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HATS AND CAPS, STRAW GOODS. Also, Shippers of American Furs of every de script ion; ior wmcn tiiey win pay the highest Market Price, IN CASH. COUNTRY Merchants are invited to examine our stock of IIat3 i Caps for the approaching Spring and bummer traIe, which will be large, fashionable, and well selected. In point of variety onr stock shall not bo excelled by any Uoiue in t. Louis. Our prices will be low, terms accommodating. Call and see us at our New Store. Second St St. Joseph, Me. 32-6m NEW SPUING ANDMEB 6C0DS! CEANE& HILL, DEALERS IN AXD Main St. between : SOOTS cb 33EEG2ES3, HATS & CAPS, Stove Furniture, Flour, Bacon, AND w E Lave just opened a heavy Stock of Fall and and r ancy lin?, which we aro now prepared to oner to the trade at extremely low prices, For Cash or Country Produce. 1357. v2nl3-tf CR AXE k HILL; OF I. T. WHYTE & CO'S, BROWNVILLE, N T. WE have just received an entirely new and largo assortment of Superior Goods, which wo will sell at asreasonablo prices as any establishment in the West, our motto being fcLiroand let Live." We have now in store a great variety of tho following articles, which we purchased for Cash and conse quently can sell cheap on the same terms : HATS AND CAPS, Tir ' n . iaaroware ssm mmiw. Queensvare and Yillow Ware, FARM IMPLEMENTS, And a tine assortment of Light Groceries, Such as Spice, Poppers, Soda, Salaratus, Ginger, Allspice, etc., etc. And a good article of Smoking ana Chewing Tobacco. It is a pleasure to us to show goods, and we ask yon to Oct. 19,18o7. vl'nl3-lyj Km SIEGEL & GREENBAUM, 3XTo- JhtZzilttL Street, Brownville, N. T. THE prepriotors would most respectfully inform the . 1 1 : 1 nnj nHA AnA nc Ever brought to this market. Their assortment of BLeady Made ClottLing: Embraces every variety of Textures and Prices ; as to Color they have Brown, Elue, Black, visible and invisible Green, and Cloths, Cassimer?. Satinetts. Cashnieretts,and Jeans, all made up fi rf.nrt i n rr tn t,i lntfldfr fih innalilp int. Thpip variotv of VAata i anrorK - . . - . j ' - . , embracing the very latest styles and patterns. In the Baltimore Ololimg Bloze May also be found at all time a fine selection of Cravats, Stocks, Tyes, Collars white or colored. Handker chiefs, Suspenders, Carpet Bags, etc., which we will sell We have the finest SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING Ever brought HATS ja.l3"X CAPS, Warranted to suit the most fastiduous. A fine assortment of COATS, Dress, Frock and Sack. PAXTS, Every Style and Description TESTS, To please Large and Small. SHIRTS, Both lThitc and Fancy. WE would but ask tho public to call, axamine and judge for themselves whether the Clothing at the Baltimore Clothing Emporium is not of better made material, cut with better taste, better trimmed ind twenty-five percent, cheaper than they have ever bought elsewhere. October 29th, 1857. v2nl8-ly SIEGEL 4 GREEXBAUM. Eocenes H! WE offer., to the public, we are confident," the largest and best selected stock of Groceries ever offered in this market: 6 Hhds Sugar, 50 Sacks Coffee, 125 Sacks Flour, 5 Tierces Rice, 30 Bbls Molasses, 16 Boxes Star Candles, 20 Bores Soap, 150 Sacks Salt, 15 Bbls Cider Viniger, 150 bbls Selt. TERMS CASH!!! 1. T. WHYTE k 00. New Wholesale Grocery House. W.C.RITCHIE, WHOLESALE AjYD RETAIL DEALER IN Groceries, Wines, Liquors, CIGARS, WOODEN WARE, Comr of Main and Franci Street. Riddle' Old Etand, Oppotite Stout Hotel, ST. JOSEPH, MO. HAVE just received the largest and most complete stock of the above goods ever opened in upper Missouri, to which the attention of merchants and dealers is res pectful ling Invited haviDg purchased them principally for cafh nt the very lowest possible prices, in Boston, New Tor' and St. Louis, feel confident that I can offer inducements that are rarely found, and" hoping, by fair and liberal dealing, low prices and good Goods, to merit a liberal share of patronage. Call and examine my stock and prices before purchasing"; sales are bound to follow. In my sUck will be found every article usually kept in a No 1 Grocery House. ATTORNEY AT LAW, BROWNVILLE, N. T. write deeds of every kind and contrasts for every purpose, with warranted legal accuracy. Omce, in the Banking House of Liu-hbaugh & Carson. REFER TO rtoi. John A. Bingham, Cadiz, Ohio. " W K. Carter, Cleveland, " " BP Spalding, " " B F Leiter, Canton, " " SLahm, " " " VFm R Sapp, JH. Vernn, " " 8 P Chase, Columbus, " " Tbos. Ford, Mansfield, " Ja. Cri, St. Jweph, Mo. Brwnvili. Oct. S2-I. '7. T2n17-lr 'a Front and Second sis., 3 COUNTRY PRODUCE. Winter Goods, embracing everything in the Stapla 9 BOOTS AND SHOES, n st m i call round and see for yourselves. 1. J . Will it, CO. citizens of Brownville and the public generally that Vi n 1 t nn,i ..., - .. 1... . e m . i ascheapas any establishment in the West. and best assortment of to this Territory. KEROSENE OILS, DISTILLED FP.OU COAL, (Secnred by Letters Patent.) Kerosene Illciiin atinq Oil. The light obtain ed from this Oil exceeds in brilliancy that of any other oil or fluid heretofore di.-?covered; is inexplo five, and will remain limped in the very coldest weather. The Company recommend as the lamps best adopt ed to this Ooil, the Kerosene Lamps, manufactured by the following parties: Messrs. Cornelius k Baker, also, Dyott, cf Philadelphia, E. V. Haughwout k Co.. 4S3 Broadway, the Brooklyn Flint Glass Co., No. 73 Broad Street, Messrs. Dictz k Co, 133 Wil liam Street, L. Mercier 137 Elm Street, N. Y. Samples of different styles of Lamps can be seen at the Office of the Company. Kerosene Lubricating Oil, No. 1. Prepared to suit the finest, and all other kinds of Machinery burns brillianty in Locomotive Heed Lights, Car Lamps, and all the ordinary Solar and Hand Lamps, and stands as great a degree of cold as best Sperm Oil, and is admirably adapted to Railroad and S team an ip use. Kerosene Lcbricatixo Oils, No. 2, 3. Superior Lubricators, and will be found to possess advantages over any Oils in the market at same prices will not burn and has been thus prepared to meet the re qnirements of Railroads and others. Kerosene Binnacle Oil. Prepared expressly for Ships' nse, and will be found admirably adapted for use of Steamships, Men of War, Merchant Ves sels, Lake and River craft, and burns in all cabin stateroom, binnacle, forecastle lamps, signal lan terns, 4c. Binnacle Oil will remain fluid as long as best Sperm, and will burn all night without requiring to be trimmed, an advantage that will be obvious to every Shipmaster. The Kerosene Oils can be obtained from the Wholesale Oil Dealers, Ship Chandlers, Druggists, and Grocers in New York, and the regularly appoint ed Agents of the Company in many of the principal Towns and Villagesof the United States, the Cana dayj, and the Island of Cuba. Local Agents appointed (in conformity with the rules established by the Board cf Trustees,) on ap plication to - AUSTE.VS. General Agents, Ktroiene Oil, Co., ;o. 50 Beaver Street, N.Y. prices, Ac., will be forwarded on application as above. Jane 23th. 1857 l i J v How Ilardwaro Store. Sijn of the Saw. J. FLAHERTY, T.rfM Whnlffsnleand Retail Dealer In American German, English & French HARDWARE AJVD CUTLERY. ST. JOSEPH, MO. TS NOW receiving and opening tie largest and most A varied arsortment of goods in the above line ever offered in any market west of St. Louis. My stock embraces a full and eomplete assortment of Cabinet and House Builder's Hardware, Mechaa ic's tools of every description, direct from the most approved manufacturers; agricultural and horticul tural tools and implements, in great variety, combin ing all the recent and useful improvements for the saving of a vast amount of labor to the farming com munity, from whom I respectfully request a caroful examination of this department of my stock. I am also exclusive agent for the sale of the celebrated St. Louis Circular Mill and Cross Cut Saws, whioa I will warrant, an-1 fill all orders at ihe factary prices. Also a large assortment of Guns, Rifles and Pistols, Iron, Steel, Nails, Ac, of the best brands: in a word, my stock is very complete, which, for its quality and price, I am determined to offer such inducements as will command a liberal share of trade from this and adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing and agencies for American Hardware Manufacturers, together with a long experience in the general Hard ware trade, enables me; not only to defy all competi tion, but has convinced me that the true principle of trade is small pronts ana qcicK returns. January 1, 1857. vln29tf joiin coLnoiN & brother, (Sign of the Padlock, opposite the Post Office.) WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALER IX B nilcling and Saddlery Hardware, GROCERIES, Boots, Slices, Leather and Shoe Findings. ST. JOSEPH, MO. HAVE now in stvre, and to arrive shortly, Amer ican and Foreign Hardware, such as : Greaves k Son's Files Scissors and Edge Tools Pocket knives Butcher's do do Knives and forks Spear A Jackson's saws Brass curtain bands and Gimlet pointed screws pins Griffin's and American Door locks horse nails Angers and auger bitts Post hole augers Corn knives Ames' shovels and spades Briar scythes Lnll k Porter's shutter Grass and grain do Butts Nails Morticing machines Shovels and tongs Circular, mill and muly Candlesticks saws Framed wood saws Planes and plane irons Blacksmiths' Bellows and Coopers drawing knives Vices do adzes and wood Mouschole Armitage an tools vils Tress Hoops American anvils Butts, cast and wrought Stocks and dies Copper rivets for belts Pad hocks, breech'g loops Tuyere Irons Pad screws, cockeyes Plated and com. stirrups Ornaments, racks do do Bitts Girth rein and roller web do do Buckles Silk, 3 cord thread do do Kings Calf skin; Breastand rein Snaps ' Upper leather Lasts, pegs Briddle do Peg floats Skirting do Pincers Harness do Shoe thread Belting do Brintles, wax Goat skins Lining skins Enammelled leather Binding With many goods embracing a eomplete assort ment of the most desirable which they will sell at the lowest prices. J. COLHOUN k BRO. April 16th, 1857. 31-ly George Ferguson, MILLWRIGHT & ENGINEER, 'BROWNVILLE, N. T. ANNOUNCE to the public, that he is"prepared to erect Steam and'Water Saw anl Merchant Mills at short notice and reasonable terms. Repair ing of machinery of all kinds. ALL WORK WARRANTED. He is also Agent for A. B. HOLLIBIRD & CO'S Western Foundry. CINCIZTXATI, O. LEE & LEAVITT'S Saw Manufactory, CINCINNATI, O. And are prepared to receive and fill orders for any ma chinery manufactured or kept on hand, by these es- tsousaments. Letters of enquiry, promptly answered. REFFERENCES. Noel, Lake k Co., Brownville, N. T. Steam MH1. R. W. Furnas, Brownyillc, " Muir, nann k Co., " u " " " Dr. Hoover, Nemaha city, " " " P.M.Rogers, Pawnee city, u " - Nuckolls k White, Rockport, Mo. " " James Lowe, Linden, " " " A. B. Halliberd, Cincinnati, O. Brownville. June 18, 1857. v2 1-ly OLIVER BENNETT & CO., KAJtrrACTCREBS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IS Boots Shoes & Brogans, NO. 87 MAIS STI:EET, SAIXT LOUIS, HO. ARE NOW IN RECEIPT of acompleteassortment of goods from their own and other manufac torics, adapted especially to the Western trade. Purchasers are invited to examine their stock, manufactured and selected with great care and warranted of superior quality. Orders will receive rompt and careful attention. NEBRASKA CITY Znsuranoo Compnny. Capital Stock 30,000. NEBRASKA CITY, It. T. THIS Company, nnder a liberal charter, is now folly organized, and their entire capital stock of Fifty Thousand Dollar, paid in and secured. They are prepared, from this date, to grant open policies, and take risks, upon equal terms, with tho most favored Insuranco Company any where. Having adopted the mutual principle, its patrons, without incurring any liability, will share in the profits of the company. The operations of the Company, will be eonfined, for the present, to marine, or cargo risk.), with a maximum liability of $12,500 on any ono bottom. Being the only Insurance Office, on the above pop ular plan, West of the Missouri, it confidently ex pects a generous support from Western Merchants. We respectfully invite the Missouri River pa tronage. DIRECTORS : S.F.NackolIs, Chas. F. Holly, II. P. Bennet, J. L. Armstrong, W. N. Hinchman, Miles W. Brown, A.A.Bradford. OFFICERS CHAS. F. HOLLY, President. J.Garriez, Sec'y. St. Lonis Agent Col. W. P. Howard. April 21, 1857. 42-ly A. LTFORD. J. T. HORX Lyford & Horn, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealers in UZSiry CSrOodLe A5D GROCERIES, . HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, Kails, Pious, Stores, Furniture, &c SONORA, MO. Avr-1 J". ta.ir. 41 I iw mm sit 381 HEW GOODS!!! JOHN McPHERSnv I bave just received aa entirely . Bortmentof 7 Iif, assortment SLTESIOR GO0CS. Which I will sell at as reason s. establishment in the West, 5 ,. w.. " 7 I have inow in store a great Tari,ty rf .v. . , lowing articles, which were psrcjtued f fl and consequently, can sell cheap ojitL,J!! DRY 'GOODS, Groceries HATS AND CAPS S ADELERV E00TS AXD tmofo HARDWARE AVili CrTLrnr Q UEExYS WA n ' BOOTS AND SHOEST Ready Made Clothing. And a fine assortment of LIGHT GROCERIES Such as Spice, Peppers, Soda, SaJaratu, Ginger, Allspice, 19-November 5th. etc, ft. LOUIS WALDTER, House, Sin, and Ornamental Rfe; GliAZIEB. OBAINEB, AVD PAPE HANGER. NEMAHA CITY, N. T. TakHthi mfthnrf nf tnfurmtn. th. t.vit. ..... . i"i i' ; ii. Uja(QRlr I remored bis paint sh'p from Rockport, Mo., u th aw I H thinks himself qnaline.1 to undertake my work jr" 5 taining to his line of business, ind respectfmiTi.J i the public to give him a call. "r''ittsj Please leave orders at the "Aavertiier" ifl, ' . Nov. 19, 1307. i21tf ! Tailoring! Tiiilorinfr!! TaiV)rin't ; E. E. PARKER, Q Merchant Tailor,.; Atlantic street, West of ITol.l i t icll's 5 ! UKUWA YILLE, JEBItASLA TERR. j A VINO bought property and located permaataV ' ly in Brownville. I offer my services utk ' public generally, if they want any toiajdone itaf line of business. I ean al way j be f jund at mj mil. I or, more properly speaking at my bench. f Work Warranted .o Fit Xo Pajf Particular attention paid to cutti igrarmcnUand ! laying off work for the Seamstress. The grtejt I portion of my lifo has been devoted to my trade, in which I consider myself inferior to none especially in the cutting department, and I i)np by c!u atur,- ! tion to my business to merit a wro vt pubU patronage. P.. E. rAUKfcR. Brownville April 10th, 1857. DOWDALL, MARKIIAM.SiCO., WASINGTON FOUNDRY, i zunine anu jiacuinc mop, CORNER Ot SECOND AND MORGAN IT1EITI, ST. LOUIS, Mo. ITannfactcrera of Stesm Kngines and B i!er. Srm ind I .. .. .. . , . . . . , . ; urisi jn 1 1 1 jtjcoinery, single ami Limine tinnur 5a Mills, Tobacco Screws and Presses Lard Ktti'.n. LirJ Screws anil Cylinders, Wool Carding Midline Baildisf Castings. Touiik's Improved Pateot Smt.t Milln. ac. JCAGEXTS for the sale of James Smith k Co ' Su perior Machine Cards. r2ns-lr NEW STORE MT. VERNON NEBRASKA. A. MEDLEY, live Stock 'Of Oxxlfi brought to thin by 31 IttLl I anu now oners io wii - Dry Goods, Groccrles,lIarI ITarf, Queens ware, Sc at prices as fair as can be found In tte Western cuoatry, Or Cash or in exchange for country prxluce. fot. 1, '57-nl GEORGE R KEXEDY, HEAL ESTATE TIT? OTT-'T? AXD CEXERAL. MM) 4(SE.T Florence City, Y. T. Scott city Steam Saw-lMill JOHN c. iiumrAX, Scott City, Io., (Immediately oppotite lironvil!', .V. T) Announces to the public that he bis leased the new steam saw-mill recently erected by 31 r. Meek, located as above, and is now prepared to furnish the citizen if Missouri and Nebraska with aa extra Quality of LCMICB of every description and SAWED LATHS of an excellent quality. A share of patrorage Uwllcltwl. November 1 1, 1857. nio-lr NATH'L POPE COUSIN, Land and General Agent, WASHINGTON CITY, D.C. Il3vin)t resigned the situation whi:h be baa belJ la the General Land Office for the last twenty years in charge of the Pre-emption Bureau il!cit bisservices ia the proMcution of claims before the l)ej amnrnt, utr she pre-emption laws, town site act of 1M1. ic.. kc Mr. C. will also give attention to easet tefre the Pen sion office, procure Land Warrants to pirtie eutitled. and prosecute claims before Congres. REFERS TO I Hon. S. A. Dotntlas, Illinois, U- S S'Hiate. J. D. Brmht, Indiana, C. E. Stuari. Michiitan, " R. W. Jcibdson. Arkansas, " Dan'l Wells. Wisconsin, Iliuie Reps. C. C. Washburne, ' Rob't Smith. I!lin..is. " John B. S:indidee, LnuUiani. " Thomas A. HeiKlricks, Com'rtani 0(9 Jos. S. Wilin, Ksq. Chief Clerk lion. E. M. Huntington. Ei-Cym'r. Ind.an. James Shielils, Ex-Com'-, Miiinesota Geo. C. Whiting. Com'r I'ersicn. Gov. Me-liry, St. Paul, Minnesota Messrs. Sweeny, Pent k. Co., Banters, Wibmum' Pairo fc Xourse, do Chat b Brothers, do Suter, Lea k. Co, Co d Also, to the District Land Officer sererally, a"4 all wbohave bad land business at theat of g.Tersmen for years. JT?N'o asnes letter will rcve auc tion unless accompanied by a tee. n2Hr NEW FIRM. Jonas Crane and Theodore Hill have -hit day formed new co-partnership under the the Arm ar d sty !eof Crane) IIU1, and will continue the Mercantile bunnatihoJ stand cf McAllister, Doilerk Co. - JOY AS CRAVE , pf.. , 1S57. THKjrong JITLL. CEO. P. LICKIIAEDT, W A T II 31 A HER, LzxcX Jowollcr, ORECO.H, HOLT COCSTY, MO. TAKES the liberty to iuform the citizens of Brownville and vi'.inity. that le has opened Watch, Clock, and Jewelry IStore, In Oregon, Holt county, Mo., where he will keep eo stantly on hand, and for sale, a good sasortment oi Gold and Silver Watches. Clocks and Jewelry, whicn ho will sell extremely low, for CASH. AIw, a fia lot of Violins, Accordeons, Silver, and Plated i-p" t-le. fiold Pens with Gold and Silver extensio" cases, Silver Thimbles, Ac, Ac. . Ue is prepared to repair Watches. Clocks and J" elry, of every description, in the b-sst manner w on the most reasonable terms. Every article bought in his establishment. Is war ranted to be what it is represented to be. V re pairing warranted for one year. Jaly2o. Ifi5. vl-nStf .. . T. B. CCMIHO. WaS C' CDILVG & TURK, Attorneys at Law & Real Estate Agents, OMAHA CITY, N. T. WILL attend faithfully and promptly to all har ness entrusted to them, in the Territorial ct Iowa Courts, to the purchase cf lots and lands, en tries and pre-emptions, collections, Ac. Office in the second story of Henry f Je building, nearly opposite the ttesteri ixchajis Bank, Farnham street. Dec. 27, 136. vln2Stf WM. B. OASSIT. ACorsTrs gftcaT. OLI7EB BEXSET. JAMES r. risix. OLIVER BENNETT & CO., Manufacturers and Whalesale Dealer in BOOTS AND SHOE, No. 87 Main Street. , -v- mi rnRsaocM4IH isoLiJcrsT.; I COKHBI.1, v .-r rnrrr? jm.