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i HE ADVERTISER,
aROUNVILLE, .MAY 0, 1S".
T Lit MS:
paid in advance, - - $3 00
at the end rf mom hi. SW
" . ' " " "It " a 00
" ,4 r more will be furni.bed at rr
eun provided the ecouuiiwiues the order, nut
- . rcut enens;ve additions of Sfw Type, Cuts,
Z M B-..nze.,Card. kc, made to the "Adver
l,'fr..i ---i.,,., to be able to turn out Job Work in
. r" w . - - ----
iffle. The proprietor beinf
... m .11 'In L. .' ' ' r
..uTr himself, and havicir in but employ an
P.actMi F-ncr Job Printer, in de-
i'"1' " , .... ,n the execution ol Job Work.
llum i , , .
a10""?" ' . .t.r' latest imm-oved Card
niTin one ui
L.. 1 Blanks. W.rk in Coi
-v- -v. - "
o.rs. brume w urk, x win
Li with particular attention.
wlers from a distaoce will be promptly attended U,
1 warranted to five a ausfactioo or no pay.
CU0Rr k GtLiraT, Proprietor! of the Real
t.t;e News Letter, Maaic Temple, Chicago. III.
1 H PAnvi", General AdveniMiig Agent, in rear of
S T-rk. Ladies aud Children's Shi Slre,80 Wet
iamb Street Cincinnati.
VitscHEn OwinAvCo., No. ns4S, Broadway,
."ur'ew WlD A-ue.ican Canadian and Eur-ean
t4,r.imsaud3uucriijtiaiOfflce.Ko IM NawaoSts.,
"j'f' l)LTPCiiE K. W. corner dive and Kai
ireet, St. L-'Uin. Mo
C BKHfCiti Dearborn street, Chicago.
kfu:bjnie4 Agent, to illicit SutwripLi us and Ad
rtimeu: for ibe A.lvertir, attd receitve and re
f,:fi tot monies therefor
a-on resident in this Territory, coming from various
iT,.fl, of ibe State ofteu suetiet lu o Uie name.- of
in their old ueiulib wbssl- b.i wouol o..tti.e
mtm llWTllV!tll I III ' 1 . ... m ' - '
rrifint will cinwe. wt im i - .
rjtmaier and irfrr, t'.it4 i.fn.dpnt to
ot op aclab. ea retain the tuual pet cent ..r thiir
irofit ie .
jfrnle DoiiMeilat the cli t.f Me Vulnhie Vo
r:inthe Atfvertlr,"' weiM tjic "U f-f criiltd
yt ui scribera ih their ytpfr c.n'.iM'jed and fha :
,iMrJ:ii ly coOUuue to wnd a berftn!o:e t2
3" The "Nebraska Advertiser having
much the largest circu'-aticm of cy.api ui
tbe Territory, WholeaIe Meichuts in t?t.
Ixmia. St. Joseph, Cinc'.nnp.tt and other st
ern markets where Jebraka merchants yur
chtse. wol 2nd no better adve-.t Rir.g medium
m the Western cou jtry -CS
ITf tne jut onu',ie-ed a w t.k .if Hank- of every
tMtrilriw uemti? executed on B.ie iibt inml pacet ;
tui are p'epared 10 fil vrdork at a m.nieut'a notice aud
r, rrif Mt.ie t-.nn.
ffhive a'w a p'.ae -f aamail map f S .nth P;atte
aia '.t p-inuii c- mm .11 i7e etive i-jie wiih any
e1 latine- caid ai:a-bed O 1- ..lfi ed
K W. rtKXAS
Nothwithi'aiv'isi ihr "light
1 mi 'i j ...i . .
iip-1 will Miau. aim, una; u
to J. in.pr.ivi i:i n". j liit pn i;t
! I t!
a.Ki nr.- 111 .'ff xt liMv.- and of n.ore
! ut u.ract: r il:au :. r
C V. V 1. lid k a 1
. !o tl a.
i i:inpl uaz a 11 1 1 w .
iwevfi Fourth and Fifi. .
Mr. C- L)ll":IK. tin a.iJ . j p . riui'.h,
uo n- arly t jiii U ttd a large two story
I jiiihng 11. ariy opposite the new hotel.
.Mr. Jaiod M a hijo, merchant tailor,
is t-n cling a similar Tuiluing next to that
of Mr. D.'user.
C. G. Dorsey, E'p, postmaster, is
trtctinz a Dew post office building on
Main street, next to Maun & Co's Drug
W ,i StictL is erecting an exce.lent
residence on the corner of Sixth and Main
O. F. Lake is also putting up a neat
residence, on Main street, between Sixth
R. C. Berger is building a neat brick
cjttage on Atlantic street, between Sec
ond and Third.
The New Hotel is completed, and
now ready for occupancy.
We noticed tjuite a number of other
buildings under way in di;Ter:ut parts of
Mr. Johw Ullert is making exten
sive arrangements for making brick the
present season. His first kiln is now
nearly ready for burning.
Cpenlnsof Sprln? Races.
The Spring races opene: over the New
market Course, near this city, on Satur
day last. But two entries were made:
Dr. Holladay's grey mare Flying Cloud,
aad Milt. Clark's black colt War Eagle ;
forfeit 610; owners to ride;
one mile heat
11 3.4 to 12
Both nags showed life, and care in
training, coaequently some difficulty
was xperir-nctd in making a start, both
beiii quite fidgety at the post. Flying
Cloujl jumped off with the h ad at a good
facej closely waited upon I y War Eagle,
Thy ran thas about one-fourth the dis
tance, when War Eagle dropped off, and
dayhg-ht was nbservalle between the
ly a judicious use of the left -pur,
1 u a again brouht up neck and neck,
flying Cloud seeing the danger made a
depi ratf ru.h, and by two trnlei sue
1 cudvd i.: ;i;iJig wimi .r I y a n c , attt r
i iuot ixt.iiing fii.ih. T:i!ie, cveri
The aniti.aU were trained: liyaig
CJ.n.d !y rb uimgof Chicago, War Eagle
ly Whitney of Ne w York.
Mr. Wm. T. Des will ac
cept our thanks for a present of a bounti
ful supply of wild game duck, plover
and snipe, of his own shooting. Mr. D.
is "? ure ihot especially among feather
ed game. His delight is with gun and
dog, and he never fails to "bag game"
ufficient for his own bachelor table, and
to divide with his friends. Long life to
Still Uicj come.
During the past weeks, our
itreets have been almost constantly
crowded with immigrant trains coming
from Iowa and Illinois, settling in this
nd adjoining counties west of us. They
iil bring with them large numbers of live
stuck horses, cattle, sheep and hogs.
Rev. T. Tiptos, President of the
Brownville College, arrived this- morning
Doings of the Counlj Conrt.
Mat Term 1S39.
IVesem, full Board. It was ordered
that the County Surveyor, T. IV. Bedford,
be instructed to survey out a road leading
from Peru to Brownville via Sprinkle's
On petition, the town of Mt. Vernon
was incorporated under the provisions of
the general act, and A. Carter, T. Mos
ley, T. E. Haycook, J. G. Medley, and
J. E. Dewry, appointed trustees.
The following orders on the Treasury
were drawn, viz: J. D. N. Thompson,
for services as justice of the peace
D. Flasters, services as sheriff, S31;70;
J. R. Rickards, services as surveyor,
Justices of the Peace in the following
precincts were ordered to rf turn a list of
jurors to the county clerk, as follows:
Brownville precinct 19
Nemaha City " 6
Mt. Vern n " 9
The County Clerk was ordered to ad
vtrtise two weeks in the Ntrlra-ka Ad-
veriiaer for sealt-d projv ;tls ir thr pur-
pose ol en t tifiga im.i; -y .ci :i.
Adjuurn. d lo ui--t on :r-; lay ui
J une n xt.
:l;iV la.-t. ulwlt m
f L:;i,Ill ol
., we ere
Lad he en
Til LOt OKI
V LI -vfliM It 1 , E.i
shown a ca
work U I
hi .iiy, Ir.xii which
fin J i.etn
Cilll-. Ui t l
Vf are in
stiij-f a we i
I 31 i 11.
foriiK d il.at t.pui 1
pro.-ptei.-v are eeji.ally proui5-
Clocks, Watches slid Jewelry.
A. (jJvs.ot Kockport,
has j tist return d fre-m Si. Louis, with a
large stock el Waul.es, Cloeks Jewelry,
which he r. -post's to sell at extre
me ly liw j ri -.
iOG Civy Lots
On MoaeLy M .y 31, 1858.
Tue ntiiler sisned will sell at public auction, commen
cing .u al.nu.iy Jlar31. 154. and cuiuiuue truiu Jay tu
d iv mi' t tall are i
UE HVSDRED AXD XISETY-SIX TOTK.V LOTS
in itiecr.yut B:uwnviiie X. T. A (treat portion of the
i.t u be ild are am.'iie tLe t-es-t in the city, ih iiip of
which bjve tiuinliiiicii up. n ll.eiu. This will he the first
pul lic fie li'tc eer I.elJ in Brownville, and n euch
an opportunity will likely occur a?in for otitainiiij pro
perty in ihe ihird ti;y iu importance and pi pulalion in
Xeb a.-K. TLe -ale win be iMtne, aud every lot of
eiedwill be M:d to thehihtt bM'ler.
Tj lii-t-e acquainted wi.h Brownville and the Ftir
rouiKliue cuniiT anuiher word uped not be said than to
announce the .aie tune place aud property. To oth
er!" permit us to ay that the cuy of B owiiviile is iuime
diate:y on the west bank ol (he Missouri river; is the
county heat of Xemaha County, the most denely settled
and tet improved am iculturaliy, of any other in Xe
biaska, a fa t acknowledged by ail who have exauiiced.
The Land Office
Nemaha Land District
is located at this city and has been in artire operation f r
near a year pai-l. The Pre-Heut has issued his procla
mation for land sales, to take place on the sixth day of
September mil. at which time more land will be offered
for sale iu this District than any other ill Nebraska by
Dear three huud.ed ihousand acres. The ci;y now has a
population i f over I0O0 inhabitants four heavy me'can
tile bouses, together wi.h numerous smil I tradiiic estab
lishments if Tarl. as kinds a Bue large b. ick hotel, forty
by seventy feet three and a half stones hish; a good
"ch.sil h n-e in which a laipe and fl n.i-hiim mIiooi is
kept upibeenii eyeir; twrganized churches and a
fl:ie la:re tuil.lln n w in p res ! e.eciion for the
thud. A s; earn terry boat is now and has been for i.me
ni liths past cnsint the Missouri river to and fro at
this point. We deem it unnecessary to enmnerat far
ther as the cuy i aneady so well kuown But will say.
bowever th tt we ai coi Bdent no p nit in Xebraska otTers
bene, indin-enients fir hivesiavuits
Terms of Sale :
One third rash; one thiid in nx tiiotiibs and one third
in twelve tn nths.
Ap il29 C8 BKOWX & HEXXETT.
To Thor.i.is J. Kaster :y ar.d all whom it m iy c rcern.
Tou are hereby notified thai I will apier at tho Lmd
Office in Brownville i.n the " h diy .f May I808 at 1
o'clock P M ., to prove up my riniit of pre-ernp;i"n to
the northwest quarter sec;iu eis'ht, in township five
ranee foii'teen eist.
Ap.il29 fyoS 2 44 JOSEPH B. ORD.
School Lands, -
The followins ate the lands selected as S ln-rd Land in
lieu of that wl.uh has been p e-iinp'.ed in this county,
and alsi land se ec;e-l f .- frc 1 mil towu.-hips :
Northeast auarter of secli .n 3-.
owtiskip 5. range 14
township 4. range 14
W M. TITI HBKR.
Nemaha conn. y S..p't Pob. liist'n.
A sTerior st.ck "t MiHine-y and Pres G St tr.y
new Mi.iine y e-tat ii-hinent me d.-r ab ve Lu?hVaugh
& arm's Banking Hou.e lS...wnville X. T.
iUt MARY TCT.XER.
Main street, one door Weat of Pos-t-Office,
Bro vnr to. If. T.
The s: h e ilers ie pectml.y inf.rr:i the public that
they h..ve -leueii the aK vo saloon, where the liest qua-
W .ncs. liicuo, See r. Oysters. S.trd;ne,
.ind eve y ier e-fcr.ient f jr ite inner msn tisnally kep
ttsuli o-taMiihiaeiits. win be louud and servii up in
(.! t. GOt'F it IUEK.
Bron rvil e Ap i! 15 h ISiS. 42 -6m
B H U'UVCHUN CIIAS. DORSEY.
Mclaughlin & eorsey,
Main Street, Brotrnville.X.T.,
Buy and sell Land Warrants make out and file declar
atory statements; m:ike out pre-emption papers; pay
taxes, investigate title;
Buy ami seil property on commission; fnrnish land
warrant for time entries, and attend to all other busi
ness connected m iib a eeneral land acency business.
Particular attention paid to the selection of Govern
ment land and rfae location of laud warrants for parties
residing at a distance.
Mclaughlin & Dorset repectfuiiy refer to
Georce il. Nixou. Esq.. Register Brownville Land
Chtrlet B. Smith. Esq., Receiver of Public Moneys
Nemaha Land District.
Robert W. Furnas. Esq.. Editor Advertiser Brownville
Messrs. Lnshbancb & Carson. Bankers. Brownville,
Hon. W. H T. Hamilton. Hagerstown. Maryland.
Lewis R. Newcomer Esq. Baltimore, M4
O H B.irnet. Esq , Dayton Ohio.
non. Fenner Furjnison. Delegate in CongteM from
Nebraska Terrritory. Washington, P. C.
. John A. Beal. Esq . Attorney at Law, Peru, Itid.
Brownville, April 22. no43tf
To Villiam Hillburn and all others whom it may
concern . Ton are herebv notified to appear at the
Land Offlce in Brownville, on Friday May 21st 1S68 at 2
o'clock. Pm 11I intend to prove up my right of pre
emption to toe northeast quarter 01 section i&iriy-two,
township two north of range fifteen east.
46-2w May 13, '68. JOSEPH B. HARE
Notice is herehT given t alt persons interested that I
will appear at the Lmd Office at Brownville on Friday
May 21st 1859 to prt ve np my right to tbe fractional
south-east quarter of section eleven and fractimal
I north-east quarter of secli jn fourteen in townhip one.
!of range sixteen east. CHARLES SIELE.
VICTORIOUS OVER PAIN.
BRAGG'S ARCTIC LIMMEST.
Asrnny er ease ! StckneM Of
buiili ! lafe or dealht Tbe
aru the questions tnTotred ha the
a lopliouor rejection of tbia fpo
e fic by Uie martyrs to xteroal
d seises and injuriea. Having ro
cs td Uie indorsement of tbcdi
tirgmshed saran, th late Dr.
K.i t, aDd itsefbeaey tested dur
liiir two aaful Wiutentin the re
rioni of elviTuil ice, il is now eoiu
inj into general in erery sec
tou of Ub civiliied gluba, and ita
mirreloua cum ai everywhere
nUXItRETS and THOUSANDS
liava tested it viitues, aud ara
rejeing in freedom from lotsf
liucerinr I'AIX and MHEASkL
ACiJK or TOOTH ACIIK Are yon
k Binicini wuu vii.i snrs ?iii-
II fering from DKl'b'KS, H'KAINS,
tUHNS, KKK KVI-Js MliiJ
TEE ARCTIC UXEUEXT
will allonl n.u instaait relief.
i:r) Uly u liitbla Ut
' keop il. h I hat has heanl the
slu iet a ol aiignish nlleieil by I he
jj -hli-d mul nu.iuiel tKiium 4'
fi i-v Io-hhis n il 0 lli-ii ns doextw I
Irl thai Miu.e nieiis ul it-lrf., inr
ii.r i.riuie sl.oi.ld m.n be
..'! 'essil.le hi rlMnl in ll iu
-on fx in oi ir 1 11 nt. ; in
THE KOTJkTRS' CCKPAIJICN.
It r..iw I A 1VK
Vi f AM M-I.f MIII.I.S
t! tl it iiijp n f 'l'te in.
V-s:.- WM ; h1T nei : - scurf
zjj ir"ki :i' '''"" "'"I '
-srr;? ereiie,... sl.o.ld attack
L ' 'jUrlL.Jf tli'liwni I's slms ll ei i eitr
5'K wiili tl-e JUnr I IMMIM.
U;:- 'Xi'V M ' tvetll'-i t U-r le I ;.,ir.
KV-!""? ''V'S.-Jf :iini.' il I" If t.w, fc.ssy ap-
XxA'Ai'Jtr; V?"" i inner. II is
r.n vi i-n.tr JtiTi itfn ttas,!
GCJJ ICR MAN
It ia nuo'ijni i.'its-,!, ft,i
I 'ol :irii'i.s ill vi.11
vhirh 1 or.-e-. nifcwli;K.'iiiV ei r
intr llie lliol l.l.tl lliill;rcll;esi.f
1 11 l i s. m i:.i., m:r
II.Xl.T. MdM. MIIaKII
IONK l;l.-IIKAI. HII,
r VII.. Ae. No limner, liiery
slnlile teenT or snr vrn
owniiii; tslimlile IliillsI S,
slioohl he willrtii.t this talua
For sale by all rsiectalilo lrii)tj;its nd rVuk-ra
Trices of the lanimeut. i5 cents. fiOeiMits srd $1 a Isit-
tle. A otiedolhir hutiM emilains as much Ijninieul aa
tight twinily hve cent 'jollliis
Every purr-liaser f a d lUr U.nle ol the Al (TIC I IX
IMF.XT receives, at l"r. Ki-xpt s ense. the L'MIKD
STATK JOl'KV.Al, of Neir York, lor one jesr. The
Journal is a large illustrated 1ier each iuimls?r con
taining vixteen iazes. heaiilifully printed on clear whit
fiaper, and filln! wiili oniriiutl matter troni the nwist hnl
iant writers 4 the conntiy. t'ertilicate ol suhscriptioa
and full jiarticulaM of tie novel and philsnihmpic en
terprie. of wLicU tins offtr forms a part, will accotujiany
An Ai-KVT WANTFTi in FTFRT TWX and TTT T.AGE.
BUAOU III IUUJWKS, St. Iioala, Mo
Xkw Yir Omit No 371 BKOAIWAY.
Communications sbould always be addressed to St. iuia.
J. II. & CO., Agents,
Brownville, N. T.
ei. w. o our,
General Steamboat Agent,
FORWARD1XG COMVISSIOX MERCHAXT,
NEBRASKA CITY, N. T.
Gtxids sold on t'omtnission and prompt returns raade.
Particular attention Eivei to receiving. Storing and For
wardine all ki nits f freight aud produce.
Oifice oa the Levee.
Storekouc iu iLe sarutt block wiih Keamee ITotel.
Hefer to the Merchants of Nebraska City;
Fife fc Michael S: Louis Ho; I Harper tt Scuder St. Ixjuis;
John A. Warden " I Joseph Mclntvre "
SakelMId Finney & Co" Karcklay, Hinklefc Co "
April 29, ISM . 3-44-ly
Wagon for Sale.
I have a lipht twu-horsii wagon which I will dispose of
cheap for casli. C. S. LANG DOS'.
juhs. r. kinm:y. cms. f. HOLLy.
KINNEY & HOLLY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
! 1. 1 1 IS A Mi . I IT1, X. T.
Will praciicein :he C -uris of this Territory Collec
tion ami c: Mutual lmiiiesg attenJel to throughout Kn
braska, Wesiern 1 a aud Alisouri. Wiil attend the
Courts at Brownville. v2n33-6m
B r. M'SHaAt'CII. JNO. t. CARSOJ
LUjtlBAUCxH & CARSON,
BAXKERS AXD GEXERAL LAXD AGEXTS
IX'alcK-K lii Coin.
l"n:urieiit M nev KchttiL'e ami Lind Warrants,
BKtlWNYILLK NKMAIIA CO.. N. T.
Kpecial anciiti ti i.l be (tiven to Byintt and Selling
Exchunitc tn the priiiiiiMl cities of the I'uited Wtaies.
trold. Silver and iiiicun eiit Bn.k Noies. A constant sup
ply of Land Warrants oa baud ttr sile FOR cash, or en
tered on lisne for r. e-t'tirptors All Warianis sold by us
Saaran eed 111 every re-pect. Will file Declaratory Siate-
nieii.si.f in c11Ti.11 t 1 p. e-ei.ipt, and prepare P. e-eiuption
Papers at shi i t 11. lice. Money loaned up.n best securi
ties at wcsiurn rates i f interest and investments made
in Linds or i y p.i pertv f..r distant capitalists. Collec
tions tir.'ii a'.l o nveiiie: t s iiits will I e promiit iy attend-
el to a:nl pr xee-1-rciiiii'feil inexchaispe. attu.-ient rates.
Biils ol Eicii;,ii;e tn .i 1:. and 1. eland and France ob
tained at usual rates, wi:h Cost 01 Kxchaii'e on Ibe Eist
ad-led. Drposrts received. 11 Current account and interest
a 1 1, we I on speci 1 i!ep 1 its
Ol'FiC'K Jlaiti Si. ne ir 1. S. Lind Office.
Ijnd Ilrothrr jk Co... Merchants, Philadelphia, Pa.
M :X Hitli'on Cal m E A. Co., " " "
Hi-er ft. White. " Baltimore, Md.
tine Ciirs-m & Bf rant, ' " "
Jno. TiioinpM.il Ji..s..i. Col'rofPoTt, " "
K. M. Puii.lerson 4lCi. iierchants, " "
M. M. Yeikle X C 1. N J 17 B-jdway, New York.
Win. T. iiiiit!i-"ii F..-( . B .nter, Washington, D. C.
J.T. S.eve:is E-q.. Aft'y at Lw, "
Jn i. S tialhiher Lite Jl Aud. C S. T., " "
Tavlor l K ii'th. BnW-is. Chicago. III.
McCie; land Scrubs &. Co. Merchants, St. Louis Mo.
lion. Ihos. 1;. Pia;t. Amupoiis Aid.
Il-.n. J. W. ieary Ex-G-v. Kansas, Penn.
Hon. Jas. l. Carx-n .Mercersburg. P.t.
P. B. Small Esq.. P et't S. B.ink, Uacc.stown. ild.
Col. (ieo. Schiey Att'y at Law, " "
Charles Pars us it Co. Bankers, Keokuk Iowa.
H. C. Null; C 1. " Council B uff
tlreene Were & F.iie, " les Moine, "
UjUglass St Wjison. " in ton. "
tM. Sim II i:iih!eton, Att'y at Law, Eatoti Jld.
Judce Thos. Pe 1 y, Cumberla id Ifd.
Pn f. II. Tii w ile', Havana Alabama.
Oct. 8 '67-v2-ul5-tl
I have for saic a nuriber f beautifully l"ated lots in
the City of B.ownviiie which I am authorized to sell at
bargains for cash.. New comers will do well to call on
me befo e making i urroases. K. W. FURNAS.
B.-ownville, Jlarch 16. 63. Keal Estate Agent.
Farm for Rent.
I have a splendid a:id well improved Farm which I
wish to rent to a responsible person, on favorable terms
For particulars iaqune at this effice, or of
J. ii. MtLVIS.
afaith 13. IS55. v2:.38tf Nemaha City. X. T.
A. t. HOLLA.DA V, M. D.
WM. ARNOLD M. D.
HOLLADAY & ARNOLD,
BHOWNVILLE, N. T.;
Refpectf ul ly teniir their professional servicf-s to the
citizens of N trnaha aad adjoining comities, both in Ne
braska and Missouri,
March 4. 1S6S
IIamino Horsr. or LCSBBArCH & CAaOH i
BroMnville, February 1, 1S58. J
On and alter this date, depositors accounts will be
opened for Kecie. currency and scrip payable in same
kind of fur.ds. Checks must be marked accordingly.
Offlce hours from 9 to 13 A M and I to 3 P Jf .
LCSnBAUGH & CARSOX,
RespertIly announces to the public that he has cn
hand a iarge st.k of
Cloths, Vestings, &c,
Also a large assortment of
Wh.vh he will sell at cost prices.
Tie flatters him-elf that he understands his business
thoroughly and all work warranted coming from his es
tablishment, and charges as low as any other ompetilor
in t!us pl.ce or the West.
A Sciti Fit Guaranteed.
FRUITS: Strawberries, IWhe-s,
L "WboriiiLcrru; i.c ,4c., to be had at
i'ls which other remedies had Uil-d
7A u ,!ur- fre yoa the BRON-
1 CH.TIS, NKIRAIGIA, KHWJ-
mJL-'T aJATISM, HT.OHIJL EAJ1-
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r - 1 ji
v l '' 1 1 f, F'wtheiw diTsdu:! arcMenta Ilia
V il iP'l-, , Al:TIC IJMVKVT -I.miI.1 be
V ' nSv'JnUjf 1"I" "n "I r,r itaffi nls niire
t 'r :i' J ""' ' eluile relief, often sar
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VV.. ,J . S.Cv't-s' '"Ot and isilraoil tnim should
By tlic President of ITnlted States.
In parsnance of law, I, James Buchanan, Presi
dent of the United State of America, do hereby de
clare and make known that public sales will be held
at the undermentioned land oCices in the Territory
of Nebraska, at tho period hereinafter designated'
At the land eEee at BRO WNTILLE, exunmencing
on Monday the tixth day of Srptmlxr ntxt, for the
disposal of the public lands within the following
named township, tii:
North of the Base Line, and east of the 6th prise;
That part of township Ore outside of Uie Sae and
Fox and Half -Breed Nemaha Rescrxation, of range
The parts of townships 1, 2, 3, and foar, outside
of the Sac and Fox and Half-Breed Nemaha Rerer-
at ion, and fractional townships i and f, of range
That part of township one outside of the Sae and
Fox Reservation; township 2, the part of township
'.i, 4. and 5, outside of the li ilf-Breed Nt'nua res
ervation, and fractional township 6 of rnn;je 15.
That Kirt of township 1 o itsi-le the Site and Fox
Reservation, townsnijis 2, 3. and 4, and 'hut inrt of
township 5 outside of the Half-Breed Nemaha Res
ervation, and township 6, of range 11.
Townships 1, 2. 3, 4. S nnd 6 of rang"? 13.
Townships 1,2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 12.
Townshij 1. 2 3, 4. 5 and 6 of range 1 1.
Towi ,hip3 1. 2. 3. 4. b and 6 of range 10.
Townships 1,2. 3. 4. 5 and fi of ran we II.
At the Laud Wffk-e at NEBRASKA L'lTY. cmn-
niRiiiing ou Mou.l;y the sixth day of September
next, i t the d;!.sul 1 r the public lands within the
"! witi iiiini'l ti.wn-Viiju. viz :
N. r-hof the f.;,j.; Li-..o aud-East of the sixth
l'ii-i iii K r: ii.ni.
r:a.-ti-Ja-il t- iishi;.- 7 ar.d 8 of nn;e 15.
w-i,lt. 1. ;,.l fn--H.7tinl -strwa-4in ij, 0, 10, ll,
1 1 t'ii it- I i
Bti-tr.V 7. S. tt. H. II and 12, and fractional
li:ii 1. -a . I 1.
i t l i j 7. s. ). 111. 1 1, linil fr.icticiial townships
i t I.:. .1' mi,- 12.
j 1 Ki:s:n ;m 7. h. V, Id, ami 1 1, and fractional town-
Mriiril.o' rMo'" 11.
, 'f.. u-hi, -s 7. 9. HV ;il 11. and fractional town-
r . , , , .
. i.-:..n. i., mul 14. ami Iracti.ina. townships
1. l. 1''. i l rui,f 11.
At tin- I, in.i l);Ti :e Mt I) I A II A CITV, eoinmenc-
-o-. 11 M. 1.I1V. llios xrli ti .y of Sopteuiber next.
UttU- d.-pi sal if ibe i.uMw labdn wiihiu tbe lot-
iwu-!ii:is. v z:
V-l 111 id'tllO 1J.IS0 1
and oust of the sixth
ciiiii AiiT as n.
Ei-jicti .ual totvnsiiiitt 13,11, 15, and
16 of range
Km -tional tcwushipa 13,14, 15, 16, and
Frueiionnl townshijvs 1 1 and 13. townships 1 1, 15,
1 ml 1(5. an. I fractional townships 17, IS, 19 and 20,
f mne 12.
Fractional ti wnsl.ip 12, townships 13, 14, 15,18,
1 1, and IK, ni.d tractioual townslnjtj 111 aud 20 of
Fractional townships 12 13. and 14, and town
ship-' ll. 13. 17, 13. la. 20, if range :.0
r jaciioiitil fo ii-liit 11. Isatid 16, and townships
17, 18. 19, and 20, of rau'e 9.
I.Hiiih appro riated by law for the use of schools,
military, and other purposes will be excluded from
The offering of the above lands will be commenc-
d on the itay apjiointcd, and will proceed in the
itder in which thi-y are advertised, until the whole
shall have been off.Ted, and the sales thus clocd;but
110 sale to be kept 0cn lunger than tw6 weeks, and
110 private entry of the lands will be admitted until
after the expiration of the two weeks.
Uiven under uiy hand at the city of Washington,
this thirtieth day of March . D.one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-eight.
By the President :
Thomas A. Hendricks,
Commissioner of the General Land Office.
NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS.
Every perscn entitled to the right of pre-emption
to any of the lands within the townships and parts
of townships above enumerated is repaired to es
tablish the same to the satiafaetion of tho Register
and Receiver of the proper land office, aud make
payment therefor as soon as practicable after seeing
this notice, and before the day appointed for the
commencement of the public sale of" the lands em
bracing the tract claimed, otherwise such claim will
be forfeited. THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
Commissioner of General Land Office.
4pril 22. lS58-no 43
Directed to the Commissioners of Pawnee Conry will
be received from aud after this date, until the first Mon
day in July next. For the erection of a Court Home
in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, N. T., of the fol
lowing dimensions and style nameiy :
Said bouse to be thirty feet long and twenty-four feet
wide, two stories hinh. the lower story to be divided into
four apartments, in one end two rooms twelve feet
square, a hall through the center eight feet wide. In
the other end a room ten feet wide by 24 feet long;
a plain open staircase leading from the hall to the Court
Room above; said Court Room to be twenty by twenty
four feet ana properly seated in plain style. The re
mainder o the upier sto.yto be divided into two equal
shed rooms, two outside d.sirs three feet wide, six feet
eight inches high, one and three-fourth inches thick; 6
iiiMde d.Hirs. two feet eight inches wide, six and a halt
reel high, and one ami a hatf inches thick all to be
four pannels each. Eighteen windows, twelve lights
each, lo by 14 glass; windows "and door casing corners
aud base plain square style; Grecian cornice seven
members; proiecri n eighteen inches, aad nine inches
deep leturned with the rke; three coats if paint white
lead or line iuide and out. Said house tube a frame
wiih posts and braces with a good shingle roof the bid
der to furni-h everything for the coiiptetl.n of the buil
ding oak Boors, joiuicl and liued, walnut siding, dres
Said building to be completed on or before the first of
One half the price to l-c paid as the work progresses
the remainder when flui-hed.
Dated at Pawnee cry this 5th day cf April, 1657.
Bv order of the Conn y Commissi- iieer-
Attest GE DOWSLNG,
Mlet Cunty Cle k
April 22 3m no 43.
Persons indeb ed to .he 'i designed will come for
wa:d and seti'e as ..iifcr indulgence will not be given.
Hotel cCiip take i at pa..
THOMPSON & JIAR317.
Brownville A? il 15rh lSi . 12-tf
T. W. BEDFORD,
Couuty Su. veyr
BEDFORD & GEORGE,
SURVEYORS, CIVIL MGUEEBS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Office on Llain Street
WILL attend promptly to all busintss entrusted to
them in the lineor iheir profession. Will buy and sell
Lmd warrants make time entries attend to the selec
tion aud location of Government Lands, Survey Town
sites, subdivide L inds nuke out city .Flats 4lc. fcc,
Having been looted in the Territory for the past year,
we are prepared to make the most choice selections for
actual settiers. Will pay taxes investigate titles, and
render assistance iu contested cases at the C. S. Laud
Letters of inquiry promptly answered.
WE REFER TO
Hon. W C Rem lds. Kingston Penn.
John J Pendleton, Eq. Cincinnati, Ohio
Hon Galutia A Grow Washington City, D. C.
Hull Joseph G. Crane Dayton. Ohio
Ryall & Charles, Land Agents. Sioux City, Iowa.
B-er& Hedges, Bankers do d.)
Lushbatigh & Carson, Bankers Brownville, X. T.
R. W. Furnas, Esq. do do
D. W, C. Cleaver. Geological Engineer, Scranton, Pa.
Rufus R. Edwards, Esq. St. Joseph Mo.
Col. John G. Fell Waverley Pa.
W. G. Georce, Real Estate Agent, Dayton Ohio
Apri! 8. 1853 v2n41-yly
LLTUEB 110 ADLEV. ROBERT V. MCIR,
HO ADIEY & MIIR,
Brownville, Xemaha Co., X. T
ill select liovernment Lands : iccate iana w ar
rants in .Nebraska. Kansas, western Missouri ana
. . . - . f
Iowa : collect dtbu : pay taxes for non-resident ;
hnv and sell crorjertv on commission: Lind War
rants bought and sold at market prices ; Fre-cmp-
tion naners Drerjared. 4c.
'We have for sale lota in tho City cf Brownville,
South Krownville. Nemaha City.Table Rock, Omaha,
St. Joseph, Mo, .Elwood, Kansas Territory, Lands
near Table liock. fawnee county, ior saie. aiso, iu
Nemalia county, improved property for eale or rent.
Offlce Corner main and First Streets.
Lucius HorkinM'rs't Importers Traders'Bank N.T,
David HoadleT 1'rs't Panama Railroad
Cm r T. Hillver Charter Oak Uank, Hartford,
Lee.KutlerA Co. llartford, Conn,
Collins. KetloKg f- Kirby fcU Louis, Mo.,
Thomaa W. l'helns Mobile, Ala
C. Wilson t- Co. EnUw, Ala,
Wm P.Webh.At'T "
M. 1!. Osborn A Co- Rwk L-land, 111
Ja's Il.Archibald, Gcnl Ag'lD.1 .4W.R.R. Scranton
Gillespie, l'eaa-e A Co, Bankers Carbonaaie, r,
Kev t. S.Ward
Lathom A Jones SerantoB,Pa
H. (J. Morse Red Falls N. Y
William Krodiingham. Att'y -"Albany, N. Y
Kev. R. Nelson. I'riixiiial Wvt mine Seminary, N.Y
J. A. Parker if- Co- - Washington,. I. C
A. T. tiiliner. lioceiver LaaJ 0S--e Omaha
Honue Everett, Council Bluffs, I.
. Krownville, April I, l&A.
MILTON F. CLARK,
WHOLEiAUt AKD BETAI1 E-EALER IX
WTJJES AND UQUOES,
Vo. 9, .Vain Sirtd,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
flATIXf? ptrrchased the entire stock of Good belong
tnn to . E. Davis, together with large and extensive
additions just received, 1 am new prepared to furnish
ewy variety of
lieavy and Fanry Groceries,
FOR HOTEL AXD FAMILY LSE.
I have ia store, and for sale cheap, a largo supply of
lest quality Eio and Java
Every quality and
Havana crashed and best article of fcrown scgar.
Large supply of superior Xew Orleans molasses, Bel
cher's and Golden Syrup.
TOBACCO AXD SEGARS,
Extensive variety aud all of the best brands.
Consisting in part cf
A great var.ety and put up expressly for family use.
Every description of Fruit, such as
Punches. AppJe3, Cherries.
berries, Currants, Bubarb, Ate,
For sale cheap and warranted fresh and g.iod.
OYSTERS AND SARDINES,
A large supply of the best brands and warranted good.
TOC ETHER WITII
A large qr.rntity of various articles of domestic use too
tedious to luciituu.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Extra Quality of
French and American Brandies,
Wolfe's Slicidam Schnapps,
Old Monongehela, Bourbon, and Rye
COMMON WHISKEY, ALE, be.
Just received 50 boxes superior Western Reserve for
sale cheap for cash.
MILTON F. CLARK.
ALL Close holding acc Mints axainst J. R. Davis will
call on the subscriber and have them cancelled;
those indebted to him will please call and settle, as
er indulgence will not be given.
MILTON F. CLARK
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRV
No. 168 Vine St., bet. Fourth and Fifth,
c. r. trim is ton. &. co.
ranul'acturers and dealers in New, Book ana Job
XX Tyoe, Printing Presses. Cues, dallies, &c, Ac,
Inks, ami Printing Material of Kverv Description,
STi:nr:OTYI'IN; of all kind Books, Music.
Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, Wood Engrevings,
Brand ami Pattern Letters, various styles,
OHS P. TVSO-.
W. W. HACKNEY.
TYSON & HACKNEY,
GENERAL, LAND AGENTS.
BROWNVILLE, NKMAIIA CO., X. T.
Land Warrants Bought and Sold. Land entered on Time.
Maims aid Town Lots Bought and Sold. Loan Money.
Make Investments and Locate Warrants on time, fur
Pre-Emption Papers Prepared.
OFFICE Next door to L . S. Land Office.
Geo. II. Sixon. Register L. O.,
Brownville, X. T.
Omaha City X. T.
C. B. Smith. Receiver, "
B. K. Peram & Co., Bankers,
Council Biufl's. Iowa.
Hon. G. W. Siotietd,
R. L. Mcfihee & Co.,
St. Louis, ilo.
St. Joseph, "
Tootle it Fairleigu,
Oct. I. '57
r PINE DOO US
t or stile, bv
I. f. WHYTE CO.
1. W. PI ETT. M. li. W LKlSO
PUETT k WILKINSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
U.MAUI, IN. T.
Will attend to all business entrusted to their care
Col. Jesse Williams, FairBeld, Iowa.
Gov. Jos. A. Wright, Indianapolis, InJ,
Mr. F. N. Koock, Washington1 City.
Hon. John G. Iavis, Rix.-kville.Ind.
Hon. (ico. L. Miller, Ornahit City, N. T.
Z v.K & BALDWIN,
I'orc st City, ZWXo.
Dye Woods, Dyestuffs,
Oils Paints and Painters Articles
Varnishes, u inlow-liss and Putty,
French, English, and American Perfumery.
nvr ;i, I . k.. ; ... t,.:. ...i
. A , I . ivilci uiiia . . i ' i ' f, oiia.i, uuc uan aiiu
ji tooth brushes, paint brushes, surgical snd dent
f lil instruments, spices, snutTs, manufactured
tobscco; all the patent medicines of the day; pure
wines and brandies, for medical purposes; choice
toilet and fancy articles, etc.ctc.
Agents for the sale of
Dr. Wistars Kalsam of Wild Cherry.
Roger's Liverwort, Tar and Canchalagua.
" Osgood's India Choiagogue,
Jonej' Ameiican Cholagogue;
Gnysott's Yellow deck and Sarsaparilla;
bmith s Tonic feyrop. .
July 23, 1857.
ST AXD ritOM ODER !
.To all whom it may concern, yon are hereby informed
that the uixiersmned is now engaged in piitung up the
best class cf Lifthtniug R Js manufactured hi Ibe ast,
and on the most reasonable terms Having had Inne ex
perience in the business, he warrants all work done by
him to be done rieht. H. II. JIARS1I.
James Buchanan, Wa.biitoB V. C.j J. C. Brecken-
hdze. Washinston. D C; Urs Vicuiria London. Knp
laDd; Lon:t sapolc-n B .naparie. Paris, France; Emper
or Alexander. M. Fetersimrg ku-u.
BROWSVILLE JIarch2o Oi3t
J. D N. THOMPSON,
Attorney at Law,
Has resumed his protessl-mal business, and will prac
tice ia all the Courts of Nebraska, and the Courts in
Atrhinxiii Ciuntv. lo.
Ottce one Lor west of I. T Wbyte'i Store, BroWnvilie
Brownvilile, April 23, tU. 4 7
KrovrnTlllc, Nebraska Territory,
j. ;e. maun & Co.,
Has just received thff (
WEST OF S AIN'T LOUIS,
Consisting, in part of
articles, which they propose to sell
Cheap for Cash;
Pure white lead Putty
French line Castor oil
China siuc Cod liver oil
Red lead Sweet oil
Vein tiaa red Olive oil
Saw and burnt umbre Glue
Spanish whiting Patent medicine, all aorta
Chaik Cough candiei
Turpentine Fancy candies
Linseed oil Castile soap
Tanners oil Toilet soap
Copal Tarnish Washing .iip
Japan Tooth brushes
White Varnish Hairbrushes
Litherage Cloth Brushes
Paintbrushes Almonds soft shell
Varnish brushes Hard shell Almjuii
Sash and window tool Filberts, peacaus
Wall brushes Pea nuts
Lettering Pencils Figs
Tuble paints Raisins
Camel hair pencils Oysters in caa
Star candles Black aud Imp Tea
V east Powders.
Of the best brands, chewing and smcklrg. Cigar fin
est qualitr and flavor.
FRUITS AXD LIQUORS
Preserved fruit for pies, brandied peaches, freh pea
ches in cans pure liquors for medical purpose. Jamaica
rum. Holland Gin. lush whisky. BourWi whi-ky, ginger
brandy. Cordial, Port wiue, cherry wine, wuite wiue,
Foolscap paper, fancy letter paper, gild edge notes,
and envelopes plain fancy and embossed; peus acd pen
holders inks of all kinds, inkslauds aud i'abem pencils,
sealing wax wafers.
A Splendid Assortment of Perfumeries,
Comprising Lyon's Kalbairion. cologne, pommade
genuine ox marrow, tear grease and oils, muaii acd
semes of all kinds and of the finest quality.
trj" Physicians' Prescription attended
of the day and nibt.
A SPLENDID ASSORT M :1T
POWDER AND SHOT
With all articles usually found at such places,
They invite their friends and the public generally to
give tbem a call, and 1 hey pledge ' betide! ves to give them
satisfaction as to price and quality of their goods.
Nov. 21, '57-v2-n:2
Watchmaker & Goldsmith,
ROCK PORT, MO.
BEflS leave to inform the public that he ha Incited
in the above named town and utTers fjr sale a ctuice
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
and other articles usually kept in such establishments at
prices which cannot bee oiiiplaine-1 of. Being an exper
ienced watchmaker he flatters himself that inrepnring
watches, clocks and jeelry he can give perfect satisfac
tion. 19 Bin.
Land Warren !
FOR CASH AND OX TIME,
To Pre-emptors. Buy of regular dealers, and avoid
All warrants sold at the ifflce are gna-anteed to be
genuine in every respect and will be exrhanaed if de
fective. Lt'S.'.B.U'GII i. CARSON".
B inkers and lealers in Laud Warrants.
Brownville. X. T.. April 2i 1S&S. n43
NO. 10, MAIN STREET,
Brownville, X. T.
WILLIAM T. DEN,
Respectfully informs the public that he has jut re
ceive! bis new stock of 1 t anl Sh-e material ami i
now prepared to furni-h any Ieii ol article in his line
at as low prices as any other establishment in the Tei
ritury. All w.irk warraiifcil.
He hopes by strict atten i n to bnIne s anil ee;in
constant iy on hatnl a superior assortment of Leather,
Trimmincs. &c. fur hnie m inulaclure, to sliil merit
that Irhe-al patronaco which he h is hci e ofoi e receivcJ.
tjl'.ep.urmi: ilme oil the h"Ttel notice J .
All work to be paid for on delivery.
April S3 v2nl
Nebraska 3Ioney Take .otiec
From anil after this ilate we will n-.t take any Ne
braka pjper except the Platte Valley Bank and Bank
Nebraska, inly at aiucountof ten por cent.
1. T. WUITE & Co
Brownville, STirch 8.h. 1SC3 nv.33.
I JOHN A. PARKER & CO.,
1VASIIIM-TOX, O. C.
JOHN A. PARKER late Kc-ister i f the Land Office
Otnah.i X. T., h.ivine re.-iffn?l his ilri.-ewiii hereitier
'.v Tonnection wiih one i f the bet LmJ Liwir-vers in ihe
aiuntiy, attend to all business coiifrJcd to b(uifai:J es
Wiich he has made himself thoroughly acquainted wiih
bv studv and practice for yeirs.
He refers to the neads of Departments and Members
ul Concres of bolh Hnu-es.
All applications for services must be accompanied with
a fee to insure attention.
Januarv2H ISiS. n. 31-lv
NOEL, LAKE & EMERSON.
Erownvillo, IJ. I.
N. B. We would r si ecilullv inform tho citi-
tens of Nemaha county aud ailjoiuin Mi-si uri. tba'
we havealwnvs on hand a lar,;e and well selected
supply of IjL'JIOKK, which we can l unii.-hat low
er rates than any mill in the Territory.
Market prices paid for log delivered tt the yard
or on the bank cf the river.
All orders accompanied with the cash, will receiv
our immediate attention.
Brown t Hallam dosolved partnership to take ef
fect from the first of March last. Either of the firm
will attend to the settling np the business, and are
authorized to nae tha name o the firm for th.it pur
pose. LKUW.N A il ALL A.M.
April 1st. ISS'j.
$6000 Scrip Wanted,
For the same amount of Real Estate ia Brownville at
low figures. Apply to
LUSnBArCH & CAS0!f
T. H. EDWAKI. ANfiKEW J. BEUKV.
EDWARDS & BEIIRV,
Prorrietors of the
The nndersiCDCl bavin en ered into a c-pirtnershfp
in the hotel businex, at the ab.ve naiue-l II ,use. and
having made an era ire change f r-torm, tic.,andioniple-
teiy repiired anJ im.va;el the Whole establishment,
they are prepared to acc nun. date the travelling pub.ic
and regular bo.rilers in a ttjle nut su passed by any
other hotel hi the Territory.
and eve'T facility i fTerel to place our suesis at ease
aud supply them as near aa pi-asible with the Comforts
f a h me.
April 8, 1S6S. ntl-Sa EDWARDS k. BEiRT.
res all tee rra?osEs or A
THPr.it has lonr extcd a nnU demanu 6 aa
erTcctie pur ;n rive whi h could be relied oo aa
ure and perfectly s:fe in itx omtinu. Thin haa
hocn prepared to meet tliat ditiard, and ail extru
sive trial of its tirtues ras conciiisneiv nmni wi:a
tint sncces it accnnit'ishe, the ptirpo dvsinter!.
It is ety te make a phvMcal iH. but not ey to
niake the bevt of sll .' ore which should havsr
none of tLe ebieetintu, but all the advantage, of
evcrv olLer. Ihis has been attempted here, audi
ith what success we would respectfully submit to
the pu' -lie decision. It haa been unfortunate fiw
the pr.tient hitherto that almost every purgativ
midicine is acrimonious and imtatitiii to toe bow .
els. This is not Marrr cf themjroluc to much
eripin pain and rcvtiU jm in the Hystcm as to more
tnan counnrbalance the gtoa to be acmca ironi
thfin. Te miVj- Drodiice TtQ Irritation or pain.
unless it arise torn a previously existing obstruc
tion or dcra-iscment in tne bowels. Being purely
vegetable, no harm can arts-e frou their tvse irl srrj
iuntit:ty ; but it ts better that any medicine should
be taken julicioos'.y. Minute directions for their
use in the several disease to which they are ap
plicable are given cn the box. Amonn the com
plaints whiih have been speedily cured by them, we
mav mention Liver Complaint, in its various forma
of Janr.dire, Indigestion, I-nmiior and laws of Ap
or-tite, Listlerter;s, Imtability, Illinois llradacher
Bilious reter, reer and Aine, 1 aiu in the Mae
and Loins ; for, in truth, all these are but the con
sef'tence of diseased action in the liver. At aa-
aper.ent they afTora prompt and sure reuel in it
tneness, itles, l olie. Dvsentery, iinmor, ocroiuia
and Scf.rvv. Colds with norenrss of lae bouv, ulcere
and iiniiuri y of the blood, Irregularities; n short,
anv and every cae where a rttrgative it required.
lliey have alo produced me einxniariy ee
eessfui cures in Rheumatism. Gout, Dropsy, Gravel,
f.rvsipelns, l'almtatinn of Ihe lleart, in m ire
Back, Stomach, find Side. They should I freely
taken in the spring of the year, to purify tilt blood"
and prepare the system for the change of seasons.
An occasional diise ttiinulatOH the atoinacli afwf
bowels into fcealthv action, and restores the appe
tite and ij,or. They purify the Mood, and. by their
stimulant action on the circulatory aystem, reno--
vats the strength of the body, and restore the
wasted or tdscuscd eiicruics of tb.e w hole organism.-
Hence an occasional dose i advaiitageona, eveir
though lie serious ueraiinenient exists; but mv
cecessarv c.oMiig shtuild never lie carrk-U tio far.
at every purgative medicine rediuTH the strength,
when tikeii to excess. The thousand cases in aich
a physio is reiiuired ctirmot be ennierated here, bwt
they M!g!jft themselves to the reason of every
body; and it is confidently belicv-ed this pill will
answer a better purpose than any thing which ha
hitherto boen available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need of at
cathartic medicine, llcing sugar-wrapped, they are
pleasant ti take, mid bein purely vegetable, 09
Li'.nu can arise from their use in any qntntity.
For nun ate directions, sec wrapper ou the Boa
DR. JAMKS C. AY Ell,
rmclical mul Analytical Client isf,
Price 25 Cents per lox. Five Eoxei for $1.
For tlx ruplil 1'nre of
COK.IIS, (OLDS, IIOAKSEESS,
mioMim is w iioon(.-( 01 (.n,
IKOIP, AMII.ll.lt A
This remedy has won for itself such notoriety
from its cures rf every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely tmiu'ccwiry to recount the evi-A-tices
of its virtues in any community where if
has been employed. So wide U the Held of its tse
fulness, and so' uuiiieroiit the cases of its cutesy
that almost every section of the country abonndtr
in prrMins publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the"
lungs by its use. When Mice tried its superiority
over every other medicine of it kind is too appa
rent tn escape observation, and wTicre its virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to emvloy for the distressing and dangerous aliee
tioiis of the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate. Not only in formidable attarkt
itioti the Ini'gs, but for the milder vnrietie of
Coi.ns. Cot iJiis, IIoaksenkhs, Xr. : and forC'Hii
uiii N if is the tileasantest and safest medicine that
cun be obtained.
As it has long been in constant use thrcttpliont
th sj ctin, we need nut do nnre than a'rnre the
irople its rj'iulity i kept up to the 1 est that it ever
ha been, and tha.t the genuine artii le U sold hv
J. II. 3IArX & co
I'.niwnville, N. T.
b ason Arrangement.
REGULAR ST. LO LIS AND felOVX CITY
t J Z" S For Leiitp!on, Kansas, Leavenworth,
aL-.'-jL'r.li j31s""iner At' liF-i n St. J iseph Amazonia,
I wa iviiu iorre-t City. Whitet'louil Mn-wnvi lie. Lin
den Ncloa.-ka Ci'y Fiattsnn uih Saint Ml y Helievue
Council U.i.fts, Omaha Kim euce. Cre-cent Ci'y UeSoto,
Wcylriiii'. Tekaniah I'ec.itur. Blackbird. Omali ir
Stnt's Hl'iif Dakolah Sious Ci'y. r.iciHc City, Covinf
ton L.u'ai. Sunt Jliiis St. James, Concord Oppuchee,
Ni br.ir.ili and Kt. K.io.lill.
The well k wn. Iiht draught Freight, and unexcep
tiouable l'.isMi:scr steamer
-ill. on the earliest teninR of naviitatien reumi
her trips in ,he abi.ve tnolu (tnd all internie-liate p nits
on ihe Mi. sum i river ) and c u; iuue them w lib her usual
lejula i"y thrt ckIii iiMl.e en:i.e feascn.
Th inkfiil ror the very liberal paln nace bestowed upon
the OM.MIA the past season e trust by atrirt atten
ti. n to ite business, ihe wants of shippeis and comfort
of p.i.-sci ;ci', toUiC'i' ri.nti'inm e i I the same.
ANDREW tVlN'FLAND JHter.
J. J. Wilcox, Clerk .Jlarch '-5 n39 3m
IT. II. WILLIAMS,
WHOl.KSAI.K A Ml KKTAIL fiKALKK M
' MAKIIS pleasure in hi.im.uih
in t he citi tent of 0r
I kob and thu ini,l;c in if- iieral. that he haa on
hand the most extensive stick of Stoves and Tin
ure. ever i.tt". r. il in this maiket. .My ataa-k of Tin
ware is of my own manulaci ure. and is for sale at
Wholesale and Kef all al St. uis prices.
I would cail particular atUotioo t my stock of
COOKIN TOVKS.n mprisiug '.lie nrosl improve.!
;iattcni both Air-Tihi and I'rouiiuin. Amonj then
may be found 1 illy' Charier On k, the best stove now
in ue, ;lie Asiatic Air-Tilt, l'ionecr ami priePr
Parlor & Box Stoves
Of various S ics and I'atttrns, which I will
SELL LOWKK THAN ANY HOUSE IN T0W5.
Particular nttcntioii t a'.d lo muKin itid putting
up Tin tin i tors, i.i the town aud country. Also, re
miring doneonslv.rt n.f:i-e m il ,.n r':is.rnib!e term.
Old cupper, Bras and I'cwti r taken in exi-hange
for work or ware. W. W. WILLIAM:,
vl-ni Ore,;i.n, 31c, July b, 13jS.
Patent Portable Mill,
fJllIE subs..nbers Lave entered into a rtn-rship
J. omlcr ibe Cnn T Uccd, Uotabird A Co.. to
mannf.icta'e the J. C. Keel. Patent Portable Grist
Mill and are now prepared to furnish all those in
want cf a good Coru or Wheat Mill that for dura
bility, simplk-ty and economy ; excel any Mill in the
world. On the late exhibition of the Mechanici
institute in Cincinnati, a GUd JVccfaf was awarded
them for it.
It is adapted to all Grain trrindinj;pnrp, : it it
superior to all others forthemostextentrire Merchant
Mill, as it is for grinding the Firmcrs fied by Horse
The above M"T arc mnnnfactnftd by the ender
signcd at their shop in Cincinnati, O- where they
cnn be furnished in ar.y quantity at s hort notice.
Tht iSove Mill warnnt- 't to v'' rn f"Hw:
?? iz. (Wnta pes hour u Il.Cts,2 Wbeat, $30ft
jf) " - :', li 2a0
J u .
5 - ij - Z'lir
of) .( a . u f t
As this Mill tell- it
tl tefr.in nf nimvn-'J-'
-fi.rr.'l enneeessrry ti
r-i-uiiir'tidat i ii- r's '-ivd
t i. joiFrn, mo.
J A E C A K i l LL Lrojtrk tor.
MAN'CF.uriTHCS hii.1 kit-t c:taiit!r
on bs 1 1 ! all kiudsof Kliiur .1ft at.
and r ee"! ris r-b;r solicited ami promptly fillti
Btool Ijd.faU" term'. 'ash paid constantly for
Wheal.; . It-net er ul Kb m r nfifl" every bwl
that ever fcs.sl it.
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