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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1858)
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J. B. JVanilzsrXB Howard, J. A."Own,Xtlttn
Tooth, J&kaXi.UiuUQbn H- liken, W. fl. Peneik,
James f.sy, X. J. McAsban, A. G. Msmfieer.
& t ... ;. . . .. j B JSXIN03, Pres. '-
y.McAsais, SecV v. " ' ' " "
IS aow ready to receive application for Life, Fire,
Mnn and 1-iverrisk. A cub return of 25 pee
cent. Will be allowed o a cargo premiums. Lossur
omptly. adjusted, and the usual facilities given to
thepatrautuf the Qce. t ; .
ArriU6tfa,lj67...,..t., ......, v44-3
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B-w'. aJ W. i-?
WEBSTER,' MARSH & C O.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers
itcady - Made , Clotliing:,
'.'SI. 5rain St.; St. Louis, Mo. '
ffTIBTS. rRAWERS. OVFKAT.T.S, MIIFT,' ?
aiMl Hit kindn of
AtSO FALL STOCK Ofi i. -
GIFT'S :AND. BOY'S CLOTHING,
WbicU we offer at iow at any House In de Citr.
" WEBSTER, MARSH fc CO. 1
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UiVUCELEH& WILSON'S , : -
INCOMPARABLE - 'c ' " -
' w. Mcdonald & co. ; ;
Nor 79, Fourth street, St. Louis, Mo. '
Are takWttf tba Viae of alt otter machine to -
$72? JCLTT iQIFUEl. ,
Ttei tra the Bimplrct, Speediest, Cheapest an4 most
dnroie JlaotiiiK existunt. , , . . ......
Agents Wanted In Every ToTnTln
B. F. SNYDER, - -
idnrardlns and Commission ' '
--T And : Steamboat Agent,
: ST. JOSEPH, .VO.
WallkaattliaLeveeat allhonrsnponthe arriral of
Sieaolatt and attend to the Collection of Bills and
Bumik 1U wuh him with prompt dupatcb; also attend
in tb iietcivintot gooda for boats, either for St. Louis or
upper. XIhuu(L., . ,' .
Will "be- f mill in the office of Dolman &. West Real
TMt A Fr!t, Xarket Square.
DULLER; a BOISAUBIN,
r' Importers of French and German
- IC OXKIG-GLASS PLATES,
She 1 1, Sky-LIlit, and floor Glass,
is, feecona bu &u louis, jio
XartKactarrrtrt Ornamental Lukins-4iia Framea.
St:dsedGi3CT in'll its Various Branches,
lior Churches; Pullio'and Tnrate .'.
Wrnafiiental Work fof Sltamboats. "'
v HAYDEN & WILSON.
" Import cri end Mtnvfacturert of
Carnage' Tiiuimiugs, Saddle Trees,
Ilames, Spnngs and Axles,
Patent and Enameled Leather,
- HARNESS, &
' BRIDLE LEATHER.
No. lI, 3Iain Street. St. Louis, Mo.
Afe vto pared to offer to their customers arxl the trade
an abaortaneat of article unsurpassed, in quality and
cheisjincM, by any Uouse in their line, Kat or West
TMs fc-teri(!iied beg leave to inform the Nnnerraiea
and Farmers of the West and South-west, that they are
'exteiiatvejyengageiiiB the propagation of , . .
BOOT, GB.AFTKO AND BLDDF.D STOCKS FOR
especially, thfl( APPLE, and a few other lardv'f rtilts
HsviQg siit near twenty years in selecting their
Fru64 tke tr4 uaavinepliat Uiair IM kantrM
ed, both in regard to the quality and the proportion in
whieh tUej-cultiviic. Being Very desirous.! dissouiiua-
titigtbtwatwirMv astt)'e they a4otth attbodtt
willing out small, cultivated sUks lor the Xursery, as
leiiiglariiiore practicable ad safe, than to incur thegreat
expense; relay pii rldt tof ttli)pa large trees, which
fliuujT always be raised near where thev are wanted.
FrBiJtheirt'ng experience they Hatter themselves that
aiiiffi'' kfrlttonly uoh hardy varieties as succe4 weit
n TTierortt. Snd bud. 011 seedling stocks and the m6stde
iral.le, teawMWI totf tiiTrJyhiiwb".,' Therraiiiii; wj(l be
lone atfb propeT'scason, and tn the 1est manner The
ftBrwtll ttt aarked securely and thipcd 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
iucl&Rl HEDGE ix.ivri.'.'.'.
cvei T.n.. for sale on brut term, by the thou arid or
iiiiuiuii. TU?y tnay e Shipped in the Fall or SSprlag.i
Ttieir jr lor j ursery suktx w in be found as l-w as any
othf r of iqun! quality in the Union. Catalogue andTreat-1m-
wu iiedge Cnltur, sent gratis to all applicants.
Paltutiage solicited. Orders for Xursery sloik ihould
lie prior to 23th of December.
... T. .. Address, OVEKMASfc JfAXX, ' '
o;r. 15; - Bioonuugt.m, III.
,rt To Fruit Growers.
BIN"GT OF 1858. .
It ttd iirltltioa to our general stock of Fruit trees,
weTrtcif the attention of Planters to the following
nrlwin particular, the stock of which is esten
tircvAndof Lhe finest description : . ,
I'eara or Cluinoe, Dwarfs and Pyramid?, two to
three year'i jjrowth.- Trees of bearing sire can be
ruppHe9r aTew sorts. ' '
Cherrleg of Mahler dwarfs and Pyramids, very
strong" and" well fyrmedT-all the best sorts ia culti
vation. , .''.... .i ...
Furcjsn Grapes for Tineries strong two year old
plaa5 1$ jf'ts p01 ta popular u'rlu-
StrawberrieTpwar(Uof foWy raricties includ
ing UiAvoy'a Superior, Longworth's Prolifiic.Hook-;
r' Needling, iiennessee, Jenny Lind, Scott's Seed-'
ling, to; Aiso the finest French and English vario
lic, including Trollope's Victoria and Triumphede
l-amd. bwo s iiperb, hardy, and prolifio varieties.
Itaspberries -llrinkle's Orange, the hardiest and
bet light toi wed variety known. Also, Merveille
fcc 4 hawons, and Belle de Fontenay, the two best
autumnal sorts superb large fruits, and prolific.
All these fruits hare been propagated and grown,
w'uta the most scrupulous regard for accuracy, and
may be relied upon. Early orders solicited.
.vvr'fLLWAXGER A .BARRY,"
Monnt ifot'e urScrieg, Roeeestcr, N. Y. tio4fl-2t
,;.'::',ovoyt tto Co., ' '
o.7t?Ierchants' Roiv, Boston,
Ui FER FOR SALE 5,000 BLAKBERRY.
The Dorchtatey Blackberry has not received the
attentions St I superior merits deserves. In
attentions in supenor merits oescrves. in compe-
tition With lie Larton, has carried off every WizeT
before Vhs Mij&achasetU Uortk&lMral Society the
last two yean. . . , .,
The Cvmm tlee state In their annual Report for
1857, 5 bat in each and every inttauce where thev
questioned the coutributors for the purpose of learns
ing their inUiridual opinions of the merits of one or
the other voriety for market, there was not a single
dissenting vo.ee as to tho superiority of the Dor
chester over the Law ton. The Dorchester is of su-i-eruir
flavor, iha berry is much laraer, is equally at
hardy, and fully as prolific, bearing carrirge well, and
retaiaidg its black color." .
'Strong plants will be sold as follows : 100 for $10,
50, for t6 25 for 13 50, and 12 for $2.
' mUPERB GERMAN ASTORS. '
oveyA Co.,nvite the attention of amateurs and
tha pob'.ie t their splendid, collection of German
Jkaiemrilaviriet for twenty years given particular
arttntion to t e improvement of this showy flower,
n't bavirg btieaa warded the first prise of the, llaa
' -alio -ticaltaral SoeieU thirteen fimes'einoe
It 14' txblbilion of superior fl&weTS,tIfer lor
en iruee . -rti jenU of seeds as. followt i. ,
- -1 . 1 n jietiii of (ae various, btautif ai kinds.'
t. ; :' -.-. - .'
. .j . r .,es of. tie same, extra," " .' T5e
$-4-H '"Peony flowered, , r V 50c
No. 5. 4-, 4 sr.; v Globe and Pyramidal, ex'a 50c
0. 6. 4 . a O,ol)0 1i8anv a-c extr-, 25-
?' Vv t " Tbs Ee,ir crown-flowered. 25c
Aiae the f)r wmg Tare seeds : Calceolaria, Ciner
aVerteaa,.is)ta. HoV.vUock, Carnation, iVArj
P-apim, Pansey, Di,y, k vedfrom nam
ed eoUooUon : extraZi eerux e, K With a a.
oxtaaeot of 800 other varieties of Hewer Seed ; the
r,','-"1 "i11. VWa "teuda i lncludint: the
ji.boara ftqaash ) summer tit, ulbs, Ac.
. lV VO.
Seasa-AFraiienint vt The nvvSilis-
souri River Pa sserer Steamer
CAFT. JOE WtlASD.
.T""1Uiiat Ciilia IBrtttV, CfmahTttty, Flor-kz-uKiZT'
B Motor City -"ecket.ftir fltoui City,
uieujs, oujitia. Council Bluffs, Sellevue. Sc. Mary's,
Plattsmouth, Wyoming, City, 'ebr-It . City, Linden,
Brovnviil, rukporf, aenitmc Laud ids, Saint Stepn
eus, White Cloud. Forrest Cily, Oregon, Iowa Point, Sa
vannah, ax. JcBfphfnjpftBii,; A'cfiu?' Wcj'toa, rort
Leavenwvrtb. Laveuorta City, Kansas City, kc.
s Theue, twtrt, and magnificent passenger and freight
steamer ALOVZO CHlLIVJtt KOLLAfcD Hartf,m
apun the oieuii:; uf na-rigaUjo, return her regular trii,
ui Uie above trade, ami to ail the intermeoiate point on
the Xutouri rivpr. ,Dr pBtroas caa rely not on It upon
her continuity: ito the trade during th entire noatinesea
on, bntat flcdiic lnli- eeatoii, tunas tha yatit, that
for qnicknft and reifularify of trip, at well at superi
ority of paent;er accommodation!, and general arrange
menu, that thrrt ptx(lle4 bythes ! any other
boat rnnuins on the rier; tiaviug recently teen placed
in the ln'jttt anrxceptUoabte condition throughout, pre
paratory to engiitfiux In the approachinj aeaato'4 baai-
B6M. ' I ' "' '
The ateamer Aloaia tliiU, it new, baring ron but a
portion of one feason, and for the very liberal jiatron-
See nhehat reo'ived, tlapU Holland desire w poem
bit thanks to hi friends, and to ray to tbeas that thtfy will
andhia bout aialtorftrei ful lr "P to the ataadardof a
grot clara, wel ooerlaiuaoarl Kiver paasingor mean
er, and a tuch Iiapea u receire a reaaonaois unraer
the patronage or tin snipper ana me puouc sunurauy.
March 25. v2li3S i : - '
OKA CBAKt. J-:.!!.! THEODOBB H1U,.
CrailO db 3E3.11T."
rOBWAKDIVQ AM' COMMISSION MERCHARIB,,
AND STEAM BOAT AGENTS.
irbolesale and Mctail Healers in Dry Goods, Grorles
i Hardware, Oueemware, Furniture, stoves, ...
Flour,. Bacon, tc
ept.21, '57 ' Browkyille; IT T.'
Land t Warrants.
17,000 Acres of Lard TVarrants for sale and to
loan to prc-emi tors, Ij T VSON 4 UACKXLY. ,
Lumber I Lumber I! '
Wa are vreuured to furnish at our Steam Saw Mill,
opposite Browcrillo in"Frairie Forest,"? all kinds of
lumber Tt?nallj found In the West,. and sotno choice
lumber suitable for ws.rtrons, furniture, and Tor build-
big pnnosH, fc.,ineiiM Ilickorr, Oak, Ash, Ulack
Yi ainui, r; Team ore, Linn ana VOiionwooa,iriiicn we
have consUmuT on hand, or will prepare at,itort no
tice, at the Jowost market prices, bills sawed to or-
der, for 8teambts. Will saw Iogsoa the-shares,
or by the hundred Hills for lumber can bo lift at
oar office, in Brownvil'.e. We will also fumuh lurn
ber saw upon tho shares -or by the hundred at our
mill at Table Hock. XlUADLbs & JUL IK.
Brown ville, Aril 1. - -' ' ''
GEXESEE VAEEEY Al'RSERIES.
I The Kew-Eochelle Blackberry.
VTt have on hard a law and fine stork of thia popular
fruit, when we can dispose of either at wholesale or re
tail. Dor pi jrts brr-ybT aid viarorofls, tne preper afe
and ic tor uncitntul pUntirnt. -Oor price . per -thotv
Band is 120; per handr.Hl $12.60; per dozen $2. H e
can also supply planU ol the new native Grapes at low
prices, at well as agencril section of small fruits.
A. xKOST cl CO. f;
'rn-t ValfefXorerie3, KothestefX. X. J
1S5ST 'SPBISGS.UES.; 185S
w.f. embers: 4 co.,
Tlholesale Clothing Warehouse.
r ' J.?2! -Maipjitreet, St. Louis, '
Ilave Just reoetada felt and complete stock of Spring
and Summer cloUiinu; hih is unsutnasiirf ifT extent.
c.ualit;i, .and .Jk'ttrluiiansMp, in arty otLer lious in the
. 1 1 . . '. i . . v : i 1 - ... ,
vuiuvt.au Aiuwtiutuiuif is indue Ltv u. tfxprvssiy
for this market, at our Manufactory, fcimintms blot-t.
Boston,.. ...... J
Large ana clte.buyrs will flnd it for their interest
ta yive us a call, as we pledge ourselves toell for cash,
or to prompt men at print's that will defy-alt compe
titinn. A full stock I"' Sutler aivl Santa Fe trade.
Wm. F.. DHS, fit." Louis, John W mU)T,
Boston. ,0 J Ji,42'.'
Du Page County Nursery
. ; . t . T NAPERVILLE, ILL. ;
The proprietors of this establishment would call at
tention to their very largo and extensive Stock of Fruit
and Ornamental Trees, btirobs, and Plants, which they
offer to the spring trade nt wholesale and retail. .
Apple Trees, Fear Tree and Cherry Trees, both stan
dard and dwarf . ...... . . . 4
Peach Tres,iufii Eutbei. 3 I 1 " '
tJrape Vines Isabella Catawba, and Clinton, in-large
quartitiesji Northern, Muscadine, Choicer Oak. 4.c, in
small quantiiiet I , . V " ! i i I i I i
Curranrs iLvsriky ltcd tMitchby thethollsandl ' ' '
Raspberries, Bluckberree I.awton. ttrawberries
Peabody'sNew HaiUbu, and dtUer choice varieties.
Asparagus imot Rlmbarli roots er Pie Plant Victoria,
Liunea, Scotch lr-brid, Mammoth an.f other varieties.
nedgcPlants (age Orange by the million
Osage Oranjte Seed, Apple Seed Irts and good and in
Ornamental Department! '
Ornamental trees and shrubs.
Everfreen trees and shrubs.
Roses Over three hundred varieties, embodying most
of the new and cboice varieties of Moss, Hybrid, and
Hardy Perpetual, Bourbon. Noisette, Tea, China, China,
Bengal, Austru VtarieirCUnibing, SU'lJuae Roses.
.Pieuies Trite HerLateots; DaUllakyhrk other
bulbous tis, . f, , , tL-r
Hardy, Border, and Gree ittonse Pljii4t-K-mbrtn(g the
la'gest stock at the northwest. . .. . .
Order solicited. Catalogues'bent to all applicants. '
' . Xo. 1. Descriptive Catalogues of Fruit and Ornamen
; tal trees andjilirubs,
Xo. 2, Catalogue of Dahlias, Bedding-out, and Green
house plants.,, , , ...
Xo. 3. Wholesale Catakfrue. . - " . ......
March JTn.40 2t. LEATTS ELLSTTORTn.
j. .r wes-flake; f a. a -button.
i WESTLAKEt. BUTTON, '--
M&nuiHC cunD-jb- cnimnav
uinuiiittu MiiWl. ,w uuilUill
Railroad Car, Illot K Pump,1 Bolt
Cornir.-of Main & liiddle fx. r
Contractors out tits constantly on hand., such as
Rotary Pump,, Cars, Sideec End Cars,
;VheelbarTovs, Scrapers, Single and
Horse Power Derricks, &c. .
Blacksmithini of all kinds. Bridge and Truss Belts of
any length. Workmanship warranted of best nnality.
W. II. IIOOVEB.
LAKE & HQpyER, . .,
Mi liiuri a r in nnnnrni
NBRkSKA, TEBRITOET.- ;
WILL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Paying
taxas, Drawing money, buying and soiling
Real Estate, buying and selling on Commission,
Making Collections for distant dealers, and all kinds
of business pertaining to their profession.
I articular attentom trill be riven in filing declara
tory statements to pre-empt and procuring ' War
ranty Deeds from tho Town authorities. ; ;
Persons owning Tows lots, residing at a distance
wishing to procure Warranty Deeds will do well to
place the agency incur hands, (alwaj (presenting
their Quitclaim Deeds fir said Lot Vithin th ex
piration of stxtnenths, ar after Jbat time all let not
ueeaea will betold.i.1. V ij vv vi; , a
Uianks alwtmt i hand. " rr i rsnrit
N B. etterk of inquirv answered promptly,!;
March 26, '". 4l-ly
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Editor "Xelrtitka ' Adn-rti iet'i -- - 1
De ia-Sut: Ju Tool angrb vcr theiast anther f your
v 1 it
romc Uo?ver Ls1 n wh'cu BUtcs that eertaia
stories are in circula tion that the undersigned claim
some interest in Nemaha City for . the puraose of in
juring its prosperity. It way do quite well to cir
culate a report of ttu.t nature where the facts are
unknown, but to tnote knowiag the facte such
statement is merely fot lish. . . I,
And for the purposo cf civing a fair opportunity
to peteoaate-asoerlaio the tacts we hereby warn all
persons from pumhaslrrg-aily .pretesjded claim or
interest in the slfd toita tt Nemaha City, from the
said Jerome Hoover, at be has sold and received pay
for nine-twelfths of sanl town, and suit is now pending
to place the understood in possession of the interest
bv them rmrchased in the tame: and they have not
authorised the said Hctrer to sell or dispose of any
oortion of their tnteiest, out aireexea suit to De
brought long since. for Tls reioYcry. " . '
- "' 0' JNO. DONIPHAN,. J:
J AS. DONIPHAN.
tw U. UlSt
,;. -'4 - L. U. BIRD. : v
5 F. XCCKOLLS.
rr r T? A 1 1 A CSAa f. IBJLLYrr
sUtrcl 2A.lS57i i 1 Xi. l ii. ti. sil-tf
House, Sign, & Ornamental Painter,
UL.AZIER, ft. , ,.
BROWN YILEE, IS. T,
rj Iwdert can be left at the City Brag Store. J
S3 husk Vattrassesjiist received at the store of
Aug. C,IS57. aS I. T. WHITS.
BOOTS and SHOES-A Tremendous Stock, jus
teceived, ipenediind forsale, bv
" I. T. WHYTE t CO. v
Yaluable Claim for Sale,
tho undersigned will sell a valuable claim at a bar
gain, as they are determined to sell. It consist of 160
acres, al 1 t-w.ntti"tr; aexronsria half nhith ts tfoilef j
and ibe"!La lance pratrte; W acre tinder tehee and euTti-
vation. It is situated on the Little Keniaha Kiver; nine
miiea Trrn Ttsrtiv.Q in& about fhe same Sistanoe froasi
iMiM vli-l uiic mi; uwuiu iian ;ri(iwi II
pp ly to the undersigned on tno pre mise .
Ira-M-pd . . . LEICCKl, BCGHBS
-r- ' OP f ? V .-'' 'J
JF w iS
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OUNCES to the public- that he haijwt ie-
ceived, per Steamer Emma, a rerr lurge and
well assorted stock of Parlor and , Cook Stoves, of
sew and improved patterns, as follows:
i Shanghai JSIeYated Oven.- " ' -
Buck's Clippen Oven.
" Improved Pattern 3 ,
Charter Oak u
all of which I pledge myself to sell at as fair rate
and on as accommodating terms as any other estab
lisnmcnt in this region of country.
- I have also now on hand every requisite variety
of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron ware, and am prepared
to put up rutteringand spouting and all other work
in my line, at short notice, and in a workmanlike
manner, which I warrant to give satisfaction.
A shure of patronage, is solicited. y ; i
.' ' . ' C jDETJSEB.
Brownville; July 18th, 1857. v2n51y
Machinists, Founders and
l Engine Builders,
' i " 11 Yront street. West of Smith,' " " " ' ' " "
I CINCINNATIt O.
TT7'ould most respectfully inform tneitfriends and
e public generally, that they are now pre
pared to execute all orders in thefrline, with prompt
ness, iiavm lately enlarged their shop and with
the increased facilities they now possess, theybope to
merit a continuation of the liberal patronage which
uu u.reiuiwe a eiiesaini t uiem, f-tn'-i-' t
aw M 1 Engine of every. DcscriptfOrr '
constantly on han t: consisting of the bash, Circu
lar and lluley. Mill Gears and every description of
castings, warranted to be well made in every par tic u
lar. -- . ; : p;
They have also a Boiler Yard attached to their
establishment, which enables "them to oversee all
work in that line furnished by them, and are pre
pared to work on as reasonable terms s any bther
shop in the country. 1 ' -. -' ..i
.Those in want of anything in our line, would do
well to give ns a call and examine our new pattern. K
GEO S "EAYER. & CO "
nnT TiflrTirTn iTiTinwnTifi
UML. lMMll MUMi,
General Land Agents,
Glenwood, . v , . ; r vPlattamouth,
Mills co, Iowa, ' Cass co. Nebraska.
promptly attend to Lapd Agencies, Inves
v ,V , tigating Titles,Paying Taxes, Investing moa-i
ey, iJuying and oelling J own Lots, Buying; Selling
and Locating Land Warrants, and all other business
connected with their profession in Western Iowa and
J.'M; DEWS, Associate Attorney:"
iti'n:uL:N c es
Greene, Weare A Benton,' (
O. Doughty A Co.,
Greene, Weare A Rice,
Council Blufls, Iowa
Ft. Des Moines u
Cedar Rapids, "
ureene & care,
Nixon A Goodman,
Tootle A Greene, . 1 - "
, Cincinnati, Ohio.
N. W. Thomas, ", . . '
SchoolyA Son .
Gen.' Wra. Irick,
Vincentown, X. J.
. u . ,
ifedfi'fd, JJ. J.
1. Reed A Son, '
Robinson & Hro., - - '
Burlington Co. Bank,' ? .
T. E. HAYCOOK;
Attorney at Law
REAL, ESTATE AGENT.
Monut Vernon, 'Ncraalss Co.T1 '
Particular Attention paid to the practice of law and col
lection of dents in the comities oKKeibaha, Pawnae.
sonnson, ana tucnarason, AeurasKa territory.
Real estate bought, and sold on commission. Land
warrants located fordistant dealtrs.'Pre-emp-:
i tion papers carefully preparod. 1 "
1 ,-. REFERS TO I . r I
Sam. IL. Elbert, Plattsmouth. !f. T. ,"
II P Benuet, Nebraska citv, In' T i i 1 ' ! 1
O IT Richardson, Omaha ciiy, X T '
"Fenner Ferguson, MC, Belleviie,' KT 1
Cassady & Test, Bankers, Council Bluff, Iowa
i oa, sergeant ot Uook, t ort Detmoinesj Iowa.
December 3, 1867
Porter's Spirit or the Times;.'
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THE constantly increasing demand upon as to execute
commissions for the purchaseof all kinds of articles, both
for residents and non-residents of the city, has?induccd
us to establish, in connection with our newspaper enter
,! a uaiiiaaiuo Aiuicitujfj:
under the immediate supervision of one be onr Arm, as
sisted by the most accomplished experts, for tupplying
ang trlicle i the world.
Particular attention will be paid to the selection, pur
chase, and sale of thorough-bred Cattle and Horse Stock,
tratnea uogs.ierrets, ana fancy Fowls, carriage, Buggy,
and Saddlellorses, Carriages, Harness and Saddle!', Time
Watches, every description of Fire Arms, Sporting Arti
cles, Fishing Rods and Tackle, Hnsic and Musical Instru
ment, Yachts, Sail and Row Boats, Furniture, fine Wines,
Liquors, and Sigars; Cricket and nail Bats, Pads, Sec, tec.
Aohicxltvral implements, of the latest and moat
improved kinds : Seeds, Plant's, Fruit, Forest and Shade
trees, and all kinds of Books treating on tHilject-f im-
nortanre to the Farmpr. Horticulturist, and Florist.
State Rooms Exgaged in advance, on Steamrta and
Packets to leave for Europe, California, the Vest Inflies.
oranyrartof the. world. This will obviate the necessity
to resident sof inland tewns, and places where no steamer
agencies exlsl,or coming to Kew l'ork two r three weeks
in advance as they are now freiuently required to do
either to obtain passage, orto secure eligible accommoda'
tions.? In thisdenartnrent, we will be readrter secare n
UoOMsa.TaioTEl.sat farable rates, ato protect
the stranger from imposition as well as inconvenience;
and, iu short, to perforrrt any description of commission
that would ordinarily require the presence ef the party
Gentlemen who desire to form Libraries, or who may
wish to procure tbe Choice Literature of the day, can
always rely upon our judgement and selection. Also,
Blank books and Stationery, and Book and ftews Paper,
for printers. .
FORTITE LADIES, we will procure the latest Fashion
Plater, styles ef Bonnets, samples of the newest varie
ties of goods.-costrtetlcs. perfumes, and fancy articles, and
we snail always be pieaseaioiuruisneveryuuugcouucci-
ed with thetrw-ants. "
lashert; for anyscrv'ce which may.be requireov toe
public may rely upon us, with the most perfect confidence
for fidelity, and dispatch.. . Apply to. jr ... r -
. Pcrterts Kr.irilof tha Times. 348 Braadwak. X. T
K. B. SubscriDtlons for Porter's Spirit of the Times.
a Sp-rting Literars, Agrtcuiteral, Fsmtly Week!- News
paper, may be forwarded t the same dtrecticn. Terms,
93 a year.rr ;V I I V : .:. ') l.i
Groceries ! Groceries! ! i;
Fresh Arrivals U Heavy Additions ! !
Prices Greatly Reduced?
- ' CURRENCY TAKEy AT PAR !l ' i
J, B. JENNINGS
Cor. 2ni and Frances sts, St. Joseph 'Mo.
II AS just received at bis store room, corner of Second
and Francis Street, Ht. Joseph, everything desirable in
bis line, which he purchased for tbe Fall and Winter
trade, at greatly reduced price for Cah, aid whieh he
will sell at corresponding prices for cash, or to punctual
customers. Among bis recent receipts are 80 dm Fresh
Peaches, 35 doi Prime Apples, 20 dot Assorted Fmits,
20 dox Lobsters 1 & S !b can, 300 dos Field's celebrated
Oysters put up this fall. 20 half Barrel new white Fish,
alsoCodUsh, 100 boxes W B Cheese, 60 boxes K D do, 600
lb Currants, 60 fenses fresh raisins, 100 boxes dried ber
rinn, eoo.los Gosnert Butter, 200 Mils crackers, 60 "Vblt
nuts asmrtcA, 900 lbs Peannts, 100 boxes assorted vnd
fancy eandie, loo do sum drops -and wi(4to Lozemrers,
200 drams Figs.itc. Also a large lot sugaa and molasses.
which will be told at pricea considerably telow the prices
sixiy uy ago. . .. .,.,, r , ... ,
, St. Joseph, Nov. 8, IS57. , , .... SiB
S. J-OCI WOOD. 1857. . . ' R. POJUROT ,
i laoc-kwood ScTomeToy
i -.i;:.-:abolsle.n,l Retail Dealers itt T ,-,
Also, Shippers pf American Fora tf every de
scription ; for which they will pay
. , ,4 the highest Market Price.. i, .
. ! ' IN CASH. - - i? T
sOUNTRi Merchants are invited to examine' our
VJ stock of Hats A Caps for the approaching Spring
and Summer trade, which will bo large, fashionable,
and well selected. In point of variety our stock shall
not be excelled by any House ia ist. Louis,
Oar prices will be low. terms accommodatinr.
' CMtand see ni at our New Store. 'Second St.-
Si, Joteph, M. 12-m
" ' . I'"' " ' AND ," ; ; ' ;
rX t.ii vrf
V - - -r t T - -' I 4 VaJr r - ' 4a -m-" ' H M
: : i : M&iri St. between- Front and Second sts.,
; : : V AND
' V T
have just opened a heavy Stock of Fall and
ana rancy tins, wmcn we are now prepared to
i mt-p n ,m . a m . ft .1 ?m- t
it.) :,., ; . 1: - ,For Cash or Country Produce.
, , . 1857... , v2nl8rtf y I , ; : . - ' CR 1SE 4 HILL.
1, ix ml
I. T. WHYTE & CO'S,
BROWNVILLE, N T.
T7"E have just received an entirely new and large
I t v as reasonable prices as an v establishment in the
e are now in 8toro Kreat Taety of the following articles, which we purchased for Cash and oonse-
r - : r ,
nn0nr.lv n Boll nhnnn nn thn so m A tArma
jm. . 1
eats; aiid caps,
Wl W ' ''"1 ' ' Its ' ' "
a?""JmT!1N ... anta jk ! - frrHI fl I iavPlPW
And a fine assortment
' iSncbas Spice, : '. '
' : : SalaratuS) -' Ginger,
' ,', . ' .' .. And a good article of 1
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
It is a pleasure to us to show goods, and we ask you
Uct. lMW. : ivznis-iyj ,
Brownville, TN. T4
THE preprietors would most respectfully inform the
: i i j :
mey utvu receiveu sou ru uow upjyuiug ituc ui lu? imvtim uiuo. uuiii.-b uiaku ua viuiuiu
' ' Ever brought to this market.
... ; . - Their assortment of
Embraces every variety of Textures and Prices : as
i invisible Ureen,ana Ciotns, assimers,caiineiis.v!unierei!,uu .rans, an wuua up
according to the latest fashionable cut. Their variety of vests is superb,
i . . embracing the very latest styles and patterns. In the
r .! K fnnnd at all time a fine selection of Cravats, Stocks, Tyes, Collars white or colored, Handker
chiefs, Suspenders, Carpet Bags, etc., which we will sell
--!" Ve have tne finest
SPEmG AND SUMItLER CLOTHIiTG
? -HTf . F- . f I .
? i I S - ( i arolbtdt'i8uit the jrndst fastiduous. A Cue assortment of
CO ATS Dress,. .Frock and Sack.
'PASTS,1 Ever St j ieand! Description.'
TESTS, To please Earge and Small.
.: 4 SUIRTS, Both i White and Fancy. ' .
WE would but ask the public to can, axamino and judge for themselves whether the Clothing at the
Baltimore Clothing Emporium is not of better made material, cut with better taste, better trimmed
and twenty-five percent, cheaper than they have ever bought elsewhere,
October 29tn, isa. ivnto-tyj
WE offers to the public, we are confident, the
. lareest and best Selected stock of Groceries
ever offered in tife market ' ' '
Hhds Sugar, ; .50 Sacks Coffee,
125 Sacks Flour, . 5 Tierces Rice,
30 Bbls Molasses, ' 16 Boxes Star Candles,
20 Boxes Soap, 150 Sacks Salt, 1
, 15 Bbls Cider Viniger, 150 bbls Selt.
' '-' 1. T. WHYTE A 00. '
New; Wnolesale Grocery llonsc.
M I ' - ' r-, t
W. .C . RITCHIE,
WHOLESALE'' AXD RETAIL . I
..j- . .... DEALEE IN .. ,
Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
. CIGARS, WOODEN WARE,
Corner of Slain and Francis Street. Riddle' Old
aiana, vpponie nrour twin,
ST. JOSEPH, ItlO.
HAVE Just rexeived the largest and most complete
sleek of the above goods ever opened in upper Missouri,
to which the attention of merchants, and dealers is res
pectfulling invited having purchased them principally
fur cash at the very .lowest possible prices, in Boston,
New Tork an-1 St. Louis, feel confident that I can offer
Inducements that are rarefy found, and hoping, by lair
and liberal dealing, low- prices and good Goods, to merit
a liberal share of patronage. Call and examine my stock
and price before purchasing sales are bound to follow,
In my stock will be found every article usually kept tn
a Ho 1 Grocery House. . ' i
tVU T"1TTT -TDZ-HNTa "
ATTOHirEY AT LAW,
BROWNVILLE, S. T.
Will write deeds of every kind and contracts for every
pnrpnte, with warranted legal accuracy.
Office, in the Banking House of Lushbaugn & Larson.
; ' : -. REFER TO
,' Eon. John A. Bingham, Cadix, Ohio.
' " W K. Carter, Cleveland, "
, " RP Spalding, " '
!, " B F Lei ter. Canton, "
' " BLahlh, " "
;. Win R Sapp, lit. Yernaa, "
, " SPChane, Columbus, . "
" Thta. Ford, Mansfield. .
" Jas. Craig, St. Jusern, Ho.
rrwwville, On. VSi, 'Vt. 4n-ly
SlinOSB s GCCD3!:
ip!nn r :
Winter 3ood3,-embracing everything in the Staple
otier to tne traae at extremely tow pncea,
v ' .
assortment of Superior Goods, which we will sell at
w est, our motto beinr Lire and let La ve. ,
, , - 1 i
boots aiid shoes,
of Eiht Groceries, '
VepperB,1 . , ; Soda, '
" ' Allspice,' et(J
to call round and see for yourselves.
I. T. WHYTE & CO.
j. y v
citizens of -Brownville and the" public generally that
Ua I. aa . . M,mni.. Cf A..I.A ..r . ' i . i
to Color they have- Brown, Blue, Black, visible and
as cheap as any establishment in the West.
and best assortment ol
to this Territory.
- BltUfcL uiitbNJiALM.
. . JJ.STIL..LED FKOLI COAL.
(Secured by Letters Patent.)
Keboskxe Illcminatixo Oil. The lizht obtain
ed f rem this Oil exceeds in brilliancy that of any
other oil or fluid heretofore discovered; is inexplo-
sive, 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 & Baker.
also, Dyott, of Philadelphia, E. V. Haughwout A
Uo., . iiroadway, the Brooklyn flint Ulass Co.,
No. 73 llroad Street, Messrs. Dietz A Co- 133 Wil
liam Street, L Mcrcierl37 Elm Street, N, Y
amples of uiaercnt styles of Lamps can be seen at
the Office of the Company. r
KKROSKNb Lcbricatixo Oil, No. 1. Prepared to
suit the finest, and all other kinds of Machinery
burns. brill ianty in Locomotive Head Lights, Car
Lamps, and all the ordinary Solar and Hand Lamps,
and stands as great a degree of cold as best Sperm
O ii, and isadmirably adapted to Railroad and Steam
Kerosem Lubricating Oils, No. 2, 3. Superior
Lubricators, and will be found to possess advantages
over pny Oils in the market at same prices will not
burn and bas been thus prepared to meet the re
quirements of Railroads and others.
Kehosene Uinnacle Oil. ITepared expressly
for Ships' use, and will be fonnd admirably adapted
for use of Steamships, Men of War, Merchant Ves
sels. Lakerand River craft, and burnt in all cabin
sUteroo-Bi binnacle, forecastle lamps, signal lan
terns! Ac. - - . - - -
Binnacle Oil will remain fluid as lone as best
Sperm, and will born all aight without requiring to
be trimmed, ar ad ran tags that will he 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 Milages of the United States; the Cana
days, and the Island of Cuba. .
Local Agents appointed ( in conformity with the
rules established by the Board of Trustees,) on ap
General Agent, Kerotent OH, Co.t
No. 50 Beaver Street, N'.Y.
N.B, Circulars with full particulars, testimonials,
prices, Ac, will be forwarded on applicatios as above.
June 25th. 1857. vlJlr
j . V'U - . i ,ll h!a
' 'at . .' ' "'
. ITevz nardtyaro Store. r u
Sign of the Saw. " ''
. ' i ' J. FLAHERTY, ': : -.
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
American German, English &, French
HARD WARE XYD CUTLER Y.
ST. JOSETH, -110.'
IS NO W receiving and otaing the Ia:get and most
varied arsortment of goods in the aloT0 liae ever
offereoVin any market west of 8U Louis."
My sCoek embraces a full and compute assf.rtaeat
of Cabinet and House Builder's Hardware, Jlecbaa-
io's tools of every description, direct from the most
approved manufacturers; agricmltural 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 earef ul
examination of this department of my stock. ; I a us
also exclusive agent for tha sale ef the celebrated
bt. Louis Circular Mill and Cross tut baws, which I
will warrant, and fill all orders at the 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 iU quality and
price, I am determined to offer such inducements as
will command a liberal share ef trad 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 ef
trade is small profits and quick, returns.
January 1, 1S57. Yln29tr
M nsa hi
JOIIX C0LII01N & BROTHER,
(Sign of the Padlock, opposite the Post Office.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Building and Saddlery Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Leather and Shoe Findings.
si. jvstrH, -uu.
HAVE now in store, and to arrive shortly, Amer
ican and Foreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves A Son's Files Scissors' j ' '"..'
and Edze Tools
- Pocket knives
- Knives and forks
Butcher's do do
Spear A.Jackson's saws
Gimlet pointed screws
Griffin's and . American
Post hole augers
Ames' shovels and spades
Lull A Porter's shutter
Circular, mill and muly
Planes and plane irons
Brass curtain bands and
Augers and anger bitts
! Corn knives
' Briar scythes
Gra.s and grain do
Shovels and tongs
- Framed weed aaw-
Blacksraitha' Bellows and
Coopers drawing knives
do adies and wood
' . I00U .
Butts, east and wrought
Copper rivets for belts
American asrils '
Stocks and (lief - -'-
Pad hooks, breech'gloops
1 aa screws, cockeyes
Hated and com. stirrups Ornaments, racks
do do liitts 'Girth rein and roller web
do . do Buckles - Silik, 3 eord thread
do , w ' . do" Rings 1
Breast and rein snaps
Peg floats - '
Calf skins ..- .
Briddle do . .
Skirting do ' '
With many good embracing a complete assort
ment 01 tne most desiraDle whicn they will pell at
tha lowest prices. J. COLHO L'Si A BRO.
April 16th, 1857. 31-ly
MILLWRIGHT & ENGINEER,
iSUU VV N VIIiL.13, If. T.
ANNOUNCE to the public, that he is'
to erect Steam andWatcr Saw and
Mills at short notice and reasonable terms. Repair
ing 01 macoinery ot a.i kinds.
ALL WORK VAR RANTED.
lie is also Agent for
A. B. HOLLIBIRD &, CO'S. , - -
.:' Western Foimdry.
LEE & LEAVITT'S
And are prepared to receive and fill orders for any ma-
cninery maniuaciurea or kept on hand, by these es
tablishment. Letters of enquiry, promptly answered.
REFFERENCES. ' ,
Noel, Lake A Co., Brownville, X. T. Steam MiB
R.W. Furnas, Brownville, "
Muir, Uann A Co., " " , "
Dr. Hoover,' i , ; Nemaha city, u" j 1" M
P.M.Rogers, Pawnee city, " " 1"
Nuckolls A White, Rockport, Mo. . " "
James Lowe, Linden, . u t
A. IS. llalliberd, Cincinnati, O.
Brownville, June 18, 1S57....
OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
MANUFACTUREBa AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Boots Shoes & Brogans,
XO. 87 MAIN STREET, SAINT LOUIS. HO.
RE NOW IN RECEIPT of a complete assortment
XX ot goods from tbeir owa and other manufac
torie-, 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.
Capital Stock $50,000.
KEBRASKA CITT, K. T.
THIS Company, under a liberal charter. Is now
fully organized, and their entire capital stock of
Fifty 77ioiiiand JJoUart, paid in and secured. They
are prepared, from this date, to grant open policies,
and take risks, upon equal terms, with the most
favored Insurance Company anv where. Bavins
adopted the mutual principle, iu, patrons, without
incurring any liability, will sbar in the profits of
tne company. . r n .
The operations of the Company, will be confined,
forthe present, to marine, or cargo risks, with a
maximum liability of $ 12,500 on any one bottom.
Being tbe only Insurance Office, on the above pop
ular plan, West of the Missouri, it confidently ex
pects a generous support from We-tern Merchants.
We respectfully invite the Missouri River pa
S.FrXockolls, Chas. F. Holly,
. H. P. Bonnet, J. L. Armstrong,
W. N. Ilincbman, - - Miles W, Brow a, - -
" "'A.A.Bradford. " - -officers:
. 1 - . '
St. Lewis Agent CoL W. P. Howard. . ...
April 2d, 1857. - ' 42-ly
J. T. HORX
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
! ........ Dealers in . . . '
HATS AND CAPS,
Kalis, Plows, StovesFurniture, itc
t ;j,- .S0N0RA, M0. r ...
April lh,l?37, -t
Pt 4tPV arv ist-a 1 1 ' r
1 lilt V V
-2 zom JicpiinLs6x?
I have, j est receivedr an- entir.1. ... r
assortment of larr.
: : SCTERIOH 'GOOD?', ' '
Which I will tell at aa iao.n.k . '
-ltabli.Knw.nt 1- .a. 1"a.. POO Ui,,
! ... , . 7
I have now ia stora a great vnri,ty or . ,
lowing articles, whieh wwr pwreka-4 L .T
HATS AND CAFS
BOOTS AND Sumter
HARDWARE A.D CtTErT
' BOOTS AND 5H0ESLV
Da. J W r J n .. r
, itcduy A.Ad&9 WiOtlUXlgA. J
And a fine assortment of
. Such as
- . ' Peppers, " . : ';'
" ' Soda
. Salaratus. '
Ginger, -, .
19-Norember 5th. etc., ete.
House, Sct, acrl Oraaine::tal Paiztjr
OLA2tE2, GSAINEIL , '
PAPER IIAaVCIJR, "
NEMAHA CITY, 187 TV -
Take tbl method
. . . . . 'utj nuiK m nan.
removed his paint shop from Kockanrt, Ma., Iu thla pin
H.A t Kink . k!n,..ll 1 . . . -
taming to hi line of bun, and res jeitiuily Wva-.
the public to give him a call '
Flease leave order at the Advertiser' office
Nov. 19. Ib67. . .. : ... , . a2Hf .
Tailoring! T;iilorin?!! ' .Tmlorin'' .
E. E. PARKEIl, s"
Atlantic ttreet, West of UolditieU'i Stara.
nnniiri'i'ri r n a - .t . . . .... .
AVING bought property and located permsriea.
lr in Brownville. I nfTVr tn u.. . ..
... , . .V ' , ' ' w 16a-
yuuuc gcucraiij, u vney want any tbiBf 4on iB ar
line of businCKS. I can always be founj tinny,f
or. more properly toeaking at mv ben-h.
Work lVarrant4lo Fit S pajj
Particular attention paid to cutties ginuuut ai4
laying off work forthe Scamjfress.' Th greau''
portion of my life has beoa' devoted to icy trade, in
which I consider myself inferior to root opxiliir
in the cutting department, and I hope by clone attes.'
tion to my business te merit a shire of pnbli
patronage. E. E. PARKER.
Brownville April lfith, 1857. . , 4).
Engine and 31achln -.hop, '
corner or sccomd and moroas sibicts
ST. LOUIS, Ma. '. ' -
Mannfictiirer-, of Steara Engines aud Billa s. Savind
GriKt .Mill JUachmery, Sincle and Doabl.? Circni.r s.w '
Mills, Tobacco Screw and Frcsaaa Ijird Kui-. U
Screwsand Cylinders, W.x.l Canlm Machme Buncos
Cantinfcs. Toiiiir's Improved Patent Smut Mills, Ac.
!C7"AGEXTS for the sale of James Sm.th A. Co ' Su
perior Machine Cards. . , j , .
MT. YERNON NEBRASK..
Announce to the puhiic that he baa purch.wM-1 lhe tstta
ive Stock ef Uoocis brought to this place by Mr. Dailt
; ;and now offers to e 1 1 . -
Dry Goods Groceries, Hard il art,
at price as fair a ran he found in tbe Watra country,
Or Cai.h or in exchange for country prodme.
fot. I, '67-nl4 j
GEORGE F. KENNEDY
IKE AIL. ESTATES'
: ' BROKER " :'-
A.D GEXERAI LAD AGE.T T
Florence City, .V. T.
Scott city Steam Savv-MiU
JOHN C. HUFFMAN, . , -Scott
(Immediately oppotit hroimilie. If. T)
. Announce tn tbe public that he has lenl the lew
team saw-mill recently erecred ty Mr. Meek, hwated
as above, ami ia now prepai ed te furnish the ririierm t
Missouri and Nebraska with an extra quality of Lvxser
of every description and
of an excellent quality. . Asbare of patronage Is Mlk-lieA.
November 11, 1837. . n20-y
NATII'L POPE COUSInT"
Land and General Agent,
WASHINQTON CITY, D.C .
Having resigned the situation which be has lielJ In
the Ueueral Land Omre for the lat twenty yrar ii
charge of the Pre-emption Bureari ofler bifservire iu
the proscution of claims before tbe Department, under
the pre-emption laws, town site act of ItMl, Ac. lie
Mr. 0. will alo give att-nluin to caes terte the Pen- ,
sion offlce, procure Land Warraats tu parti4't eutiLlal. '
andproecute claims before t'oiigresx.
acrcas to I
lion. S. A. Donelas, Illinois, U. S. Senats.
J. D. Brleht, IfMliaaa, -
C. K. Stuarj, Michiaan, "
R. W. J.ihd-on. Arkansas,
Ikan'l Wells. Wisconsin, House Ryj.
C. C. Wa-hbnrne,
Rob't Smith. Illinois.
John B. Snndnlfc-e, Lnui.ianrt, " '
Thomas A. Ueuilricks, Com'r Land OlQ:e.
Jos. S. Wilson, Esq. Chief Clerk
lion. E. M. IiuntinKtoii, Ex-Cym'r, liuliana. t
Jamea Shielils, Ex-Com'r, Minnesota
Geo. C. Wbitlnti, Com'r Pcnsioiu. ,
Gov. Medary, St. Paul, Minnemta '
Messrs. Sweeny, Fent l Co., Hangers, Waflnaloia
Pairo A Nviire, do do
Cbabb BnHhera. du '!
Siller, Lea A Co, Jo do
Also, to the District Land Officers genera: ly, uid to,
all wbohave had land busineiw at ibescat t sovertuneot
for years. t3r"Xo bnsines letter will recesve .iuen-
tion unless aocompanied by a fee. i.SI-lr
Jona Crane and Tbe xinre Rill have tbl day f"med .
newce-partnersbip under the tbe firm and style fCrne
H;i!, and will continue the Mercantile busieeriatCiealw
stand of McAllister, Doner Co.
rAs ci a sv:
ef . 8, 1857. THKPORK KIIaL
And Jowellors j ,T .
OR.EGOX, HOLT COC5TY, MO. '
T.KES the liberty to inform the citizens of
Brownvillo and vicinity, that he has -.pened a '
Watch, Clock, and Jewelry Stow.
In Oregon, Holt county, Wo., where be will keepoa-
stantlyon band, and forsale, a good assortment of
Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which .
ho will sell extremely low, for CASH. Aim, a In
lot of Violins, Accordeons, Silver, and Plated Spec
tacles, Cold Pens with Gold and Silver eiteniioa,
eases, Silver Thimbles, Ae.. Ae. '
He is prepared to repair Watches, Cloelt sad Jew
elry, of every description, ia the best manner and
on the most reasonable tersnt. : . '
Every article bought in his establishment, is war
ranted to be what it is represented te be. WabB re
pairing warranted for one year, ,' ;
July jti. lsio. vl-nBtf
T. B. CCMIXG. IOH.t C. TCBS, '
cuira. t time: V!"
Attorneys at Law &;ea.' .Estate Averts-,
OMAHA CITY, 18". r. a rj (
ILL attend faithfully and promptly toail beti-
SMaantrn.W .. then, ia-the Territorial or.
Iowa Courts, to the purchase of lots and IajfJs, en-.
trrie and pee-raptien,eoHetie. A. 1 ' '
! Offlce ia the seconistory of Hanry & Rostsnew,'
buildinir, nearly opposite the VTeatern tachapg
Bank, Fam bain street. ' ' -' ' 'l '' -
Dee. 27,' IM. vln25if . ; i
QLJykR Bts.srr. " WM- w
JAMES p. nan. Aruc-sTTji itifffT-i
0LTVrER BENNETT & : CO.,
Maoafactnrersand Whalesale Dealers! a '
BOOTS AND SHOES,'
W B7 Main StrMt. .
. a- ai m at r y
1 -.wuwoin t
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