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IjTtria'ifa County District Court
Xcbrsska lrriiory To June
, V Hen"
'd plaintiff. JaBifi W. Henton. tu
.,f , ,0 it issued notifying the said defen-
Lw-e tbe first AU
a 1i.utbetlflt0'ti'e Herkcf the 1"--
"llitor the county of Kemaha. a peti
!n . ciBst the said defendants. Xaihan
i vrJLs, Sv Jiuir- u1 TbosP Haywood,
I.. .hrniin of ciclit hundred dollars opn
ZfJnt mad If" ttieinon tbe 224 day
kjt PT,nll,;,f ike sum of ur lrundred and thirty
, i D VJ' 's j months al.'er tinte, with ten per
""d,; And w)i-reas a writ of sum.
f B n the trst fijy of Mar. AD
i'.,, reeled to tlie sheriff of said county
,atea r directed to tlie alien
.-rt',n'MA not found a 10 1
F''B?svl:i:'-aIoreaid ' T5'';
l4 - tailSaiiaa Kay wood ai
- ren ......... ihinoti
therefore colic u
I ana ETHu!r that
' treB .-a ! er the petition aforesaid on
" .mew"''- - .
uic.'-r j tie second oay of Uie said June
. "f Tl-nirt. tobe I''d on the third Tuesday,
,"".,.,, ,f June. A V IS&S, default will beeoter-
ikem a4 j".6"1 rendered against them
- c.-c. jouxson, - -i
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th L-urc be lA-bUshcd In the Nebraska
ft"1 HASTIN W RIDKX
By Chas G Uobset, Deputy
of Kehrka ss
1 Nemaha county District court.
A D 1&3.
Jofeph Tcacue has caused a
I iTVCK ottW.cie.Hf the district court in
couritT ot .Hi.aha uion tres-
tbeM.ddeienaants. W illiaui E-iwardt, Ja
: Mwsrds. laac tdwar.S. J"hn hdw.rd Samuel
I er aii'l H'liliam D, ur-herny. claiming of them
... ..f tw.i tl.on-and o-iiarsior a certain trespass
liu,itH on him tl.c J'l'h Tcapue by them the
TL.n,!.r.u nn iLe seventh day of January, A U 1868,
"Lid tbe said county cl Nemaha. Nebraska Territory
'., time tLry d.d iben and there break into, erher,
1,-iv. tear don, an.l burn don a certain dwelling
aiJ t;s the J.isei'h Teapne, feitnate and being
. uid cuuntvof Nemalia, aud for other wronus that
ibeDamUliere di'l to him the said Joseph league
i..fTtaiiiaceanil against the teaca oi.tue com
1 (cseallb t tbe said Terr'y of Nebraka. And whereas
r-.t umin m issued in ta d cause, on tbe first day
3 ju a D l"vjS. as aforesaid, directed to ihe sheriff
J"'id county and by himrctHrncd not found as to the
!i!elnts Jacob Edwards, Isaac Kdwards. John
'tniit. (ieoipe ilannon, Jame-1 Walser and VTilliam
1fW rty Tberelore notice is hereby given to said
fj. towards, Isaac Edwbrds. John Kdwards, Geo'ge
jisuB. Janies walser and WiKiam Wi.upherty, that
I ii !tey appear uirl p.nswerthe said petition afore
jaasT betor Hie morning of the second day of the
June terni of tbe s tid court to be held on the third
' 4ay of June Al) lvS default will be entered against
Attest C C, JOHNSON,
alio W. r.tDtn. Cierk Att'y for Plfff.
BtChs G. Dorsev. Donuty.
0mere4 that the above be published in the Nebraska
jsrtruser lor four sr.ctesMve v.ceks. according to law
JiASTIN W. KIDEN, Clerk,
iiy Chas i Doksey, Deputy
4 stay 13 .
Territory of Ncbr.is.Sa )
i. B Eoiabirc k C j. "1 Nemaha county District court,
scan:!"! Neb.-aska Territory to June
Pleasant H h Fer i Wrtu A U ISoS
Vbereat the tlainlilTa, A. B. Uolabird . Co., have
auteua ssaitniois to be ixued iiotiiying the said Uefen
iaaltbatoa oiitxtore the tirst clay of June A D 1658
ttiet will be oti ttloin the cilice ol the clti kcf the Ins- )
tricttsurtt slid lor th sid county of Neniaha, a pen-
tK u stini)ij it asainst the said defendant' Pleasant W
l.ers,cliniiNg ot laui the sum of one thousand dollars,
ipussceriain prmisiry u- made by hioi ua the fifth
sir of Hay A 1) 1S57, lor lie sum ot five hundred and
uurty-four dollars, payable six nuths arter date with
in per rul interest, the said notedated Cincinnati, Slay
i, 1897. and payable to the order of A llolabird k.
U. And whereas a writ of summons issued in said cause
m the firth d.iy vl .Miy i I) ISoS as aforesaid, directed
to the slieiifl .f said county aud ly hini returned not
lirttid. Therefore notice is hereby Fiveti to said Pleasant
I Incrrs that unless he appear and answer the said
ffU;i..n aforesaid on or before the mor..ingof the second
r f tbe said Jane t(rm of the said court to be held on
tbe tbird Tuesday, tbe cfieetiib day of June, A V lb5S,
stuult will beetitered afainst him and judgment ren
ttreil acainst him thcrejn.
Attest U. C. JOHNSON.
1UT1M C ItiPrw. Clerk Att'y for Plt'fT.
i I'pmil. Ifpulr
t' tr.i.kat tbe above be published in th Nebraska
iit'tiser for four successive week according to law.
JiASTIN W K1KKN. Clerk
, . , , By Chas (i Dorset, Deputy.
Mv May 13
Petition for the sale of a land war
rant for distribution among heirs.
Xfle Bond and I In the Probate tonrt of Nemaha
Ahsolnm wetfall 1 county. Nebraska Tertitory.
Notice is hereby civeu lliat Jiel westfall, administra
tor ct tbe estate of Isaac west fall, deceased, has filed in
myofnoe his j!iiion for the sale of a forty acre land
s-srraiit. part vf the assets of the estate of said Isaac
westfall deceased, for distribution among tbe heirs of
said westfall, and unless you the said E!len Marlatt,
Sarah Jlarlin. Effie Bond and Absolom westfall shall be
sad appear Iwfore me at my cfllce on the morning of
Moodav t be 7ib dny of June, to show gotd cause why said
land warrant sboald not be sold, order will be given by
ineforthe sale of thesame for distribution as aforesaid.
Biy II n46-4w R. J. WUITXET, Judgeof Probate.
Iiaac T Wliyte
iThyteitiCo ") Attach
Tai'y lank j Nenul
tachment in the 2nd Judicial
net in and for the codnty
Xe maha Vai'y Hank J Nemaha. Nebraska Territory
Thmnaa i.MlKov. a'resi'tent Nemaha alley Manx :
hir Tou are hereby notified that the plaintiff, in the
abov entitled cause filed their petition in attachment
at th November term A l lbJ ci said court, claiming
sf tb Neuiaha Vallev Bank tbe sum of three huudred
and twenty eight .dollars and one cent as money due
nun ..ir.fi ..r i,i il i.i pirhaiice drawn bv said llank in
tun, rf uid nbi.-nitrs and du and remaining unpaid;
and that a writ ot attachment waa issued by the
of ih curt, which was returned not found as to you.
Tou are therebire wtifiod that unless you appear at
i..ii.rmf.r ii t .ol miirt. to he Isecun and held at
n.nrt hmitf in .he town of Brownviile. on the third
dav in June A D 1S63. aud answer said petition, default
wi ll be entered against said Bank and jo-ltmeut rendered
thereon. MASTIN W 1U1JEN, Clerk,
6-w Ny 13 u5 chas G Dorset. Deputy
n.ri B Ttarkali.w. rrtT 1 Second Judicial District
i.urt .1 VnhrMskiTerrirorv
Samuel E Ropers.
I T i June term A D lt68
Thvui iho summons Issued in the atwve entitled
...... k,rin ijsnn remrned 'not found' as to you
...a c ,..,i k u.,cprs. Therefore you the said
E Rogers are herebv notified thai n or before the first
day of June A V 1SSS. the petition of Barton B Biikalow,
tv, n'aintirr m ill be on tile in the cftu-e ( f the clerk
of said District court for Nemaha county mi the chancery
.denr s.i.d court, nravinsfor a decre e of title as against
H...cer 10 lots iiiiuiher six and fourteen
block number tweuty-four, and lot numt'cr six in block
number thirtv-uve. and kK nomher five in block number
.f,. .11 in the town of Brownviile in said Nemaha
couritV. ss marked and numbered upon the recorded plat
.. ...rf o-n Aixl vou are further rmtirted ihat unless
pot appearst the next term of said District emirt. to be
began and hel- at Mid town or Brownviile wilbin and
for said Nemaha county on tbe fifteenth day of June A D
IMS andon or tsefore the mornip.e of the second day of
said term, ud pJead te said petition, the same will be
taken at c-A aral juduemeat hy default rendered
agama you therein tor said lots aforesaid and costs of
B:t. V P- I" McUAUY, Att'y for Pl'ff.
, It is hrrbV erre-1 that the foregoing nxtice be pub
lished in tbe'Nchraska Advertiser as the law iti such case
provides- ' MA5T1VVT. TslUFN. clerk,
UvCh ts. G. lKiKSCY, Deputy.
ISIIAIvI REAVIS, -
ATTORNEY' AT LAW,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Fa"n City, Kicbardson County, NebrasVa,
Will five prompt attenti n to all professional busi
ness entrusted to his care in Richardson and adjeining
counties; also to the drawing of deeds, pre-emption pa-PR.-S,
Ax., x , aliy 13, '68 n46-6m
O. B. HEWETT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND ' ' '
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
mil attead to buaine la all deparuncnuof hit
t essioa. . . '
Pia-emotor Eiprhta Secured.
T-nnd 'Varrants lor lale.
OSce cn First St., bet. ilaia and Water.
Kinney k Uolley, Nebraska City,
Cheever Sweet & Co., do
J. Sterling Morton
Brown k Beunett,
Brownviile, N- T. May 13. 1S5S.
ilab sireei, one door West cf Post
' - Brownviile. N. T.
Th subscribers respectfully inform the public
they have opened the above saloon, where tb best qua'
r.ty f ' '
. AVlnea. li!auors. Setrars. Oyster. Bardines,
and everrretreshment for the inner man. usually
at snvh establiahmeuts, will be fouud and servel
Trsatyle. v -. , ; COfF,.
Jircwnvilie April l50vtsS, .
. - a i S fc '':
tt' 2m email Oounty lebratk.a, 'iemtory. .
Take notice that I. E. T. Rainer. th Tti
for tbe county of Nemaha, Nebraska Territory, will of
fer at public tale and aell In front of Johnaon'g Hall,
the prace In which the District Court In and for the
county of Nemaha afcreaaid waa last leld, and In the
town or Brownviile, county teat of tail Nemaha county,
on the 6in June, between tbe hourt of nine o'clock A H
and Cve o'clock T H, all the lands situated In taid coun
ty on which tbe taxes were levied during the year 1857
ttill remain due and unpaid, unlets the said taxes
upon said land be paid prWr to the time of sale as herein
a dot mentioned, wiih interest from January last, at
the rat of 2d percent per adhuzn.
Wb. D. AiUa
LOT. BLOCK J TAX.
E. il. Andersoa
A. J. Benedict
Jesse W. Bradshaw
Urownville Hotel Company
Jodson A. Chaple
Kbeneier R. Coiling
bamuel S. Cox
" " 7
George Claj (Browa'iAdd'n)!,
Jacob Easterly 11,12
Thos. B. Glen k Lett Henry 9, 10
Willis Hill (Estate)
1 : s :
Jos. H. Holsey
Tlobert O. Hatten
Henry C. Joneg
Had ley v. Johnson
John J. Kirk
A. D. Kirk
D. L. McGary
McBride and S. "W. Bowen
J. B. Morton
Nemaha Valley Bank
J. W. Paddock
, U. k Hiram Patterson
9, 10, 11,12
all of blocks 10, 14, 16,28, 32
in Brown Addition
- 14, 13
. - 16
, 7, 8, 9
W. C. Stout
Joseph L. Sharp
, tt , . .
Edward A. Scot ill
Tho. R. Sutten
U. H. Visscher
Win. A Alderman, N W yK S E i
E hf S E M 12
II. W. Denman
N W i 10
N E fractl i 10
N W M 20
NE M 13
N E X 8
N E X II
N E yA S E 29
SW l 25
- NWqr 16
F. A. Howler
G. C. Ferguson
A. M- Fergus
J. N. KeUey
Mary E Rankin k i F Kinney N E qr 12
C TXT T
D it qr a
part S E qr
part SS of SEqr
B n qr
Wheeler k Brown If of N W qr of
' J qr
John M Hind man
C. G. Dorsev
S E qr
i-4 . R.T. RALVEY, Treis'r
fW-niD at iwf,.
IT. Notice ;r:
is aeret.? gsen thafvnrrir It. BOMtn obtainei
from the Probate Court cf Pawnee cmich. letters testa-
Umeiitsry on the estate of Eeddirk Horn, late of said
county, deceased, bearinr date January llih. A D 1I5j3.
All per-)n having claims ttainst said vstate ir
herebj- required to exhibit them t t allowance to the
Probate Court of said county ou or' before the 9th day of
Augiuu, jiMo, or tney may be precluded from any benefit
of said estate, andif not presented within tix months
from the date last above niontioned thov will be forever
45 H,G. L0r.E,Jud;;e of Probate.
The undersigned tavihg et terni latoa co-rmrtnershln
and bnilt a skylight (siite lights inntcdl Dasuerrean
Gallery cn comer of Alain and First atreeu in tbe city
of Brownviile, would respectfully announce t the public
tnai we are n w prepared to tka pictures wit ail the
beauties of the art, and at reducer) prices. - ? xr lures in
serted in lockets, pins, Ac, in the ceattrst sty.e. Being
experienced artists, wq have no doubt that all who want
good pictures can be ploa&ed. Call and see. -
" M1NNICII -AEIN.
Brownviile, May 6, n45tl
Brownviile Steam Ferry!
Th Houte from Brownviile to Ft. Kearney.
,3 " . U . u . -t 1 . - - - . i - '
uu uvm iucuco iaj vsiLiurmo, IS Ulo
nearest and most practicable.
ANNOUNCE to tho Travelitis: Pulilie that ther are
now running ns a lerry acroi the WisMjuri jivcr at
An entirely new, tsubnanUtl and commodious
STEAM FERRY BOAT,
Which arrangement will secure a certain and
safe passage at, all times and in all kinds of
weather. The Proprietors do not assert boastinsrly,
or for I be purpose of gaining custom merely, but are
governed by facts, when they say this is tho best
crossing of the Missouri Krver in -Nebraska, and
when they say the route from Brownviile to Fort
Kearney and from tbenoa to Uiilwornia is the ne.ires
for evidence they refer the reider to the nap of th
Country; and are warranted in ssying it is the most
practicaMe route by personal experience, as well as
that of hundreds of others who have triveled it.
We claim therefor that this erosjing and route holds
out peculiarly favorable ir.ducumenU, to jersons
going to California, and solicit thoir patronage. ot
withstanding our superior arrangements for a safe
and speedy crossing, our charges are the same as other
Ferries in Nebraska, all being regulated by Legisla
fifKocollect that vith our facilities of Power,
no kinds ot weather trill tire rout our lioats irom
making regular trips nt all hours.
SiTA skitJand hand will be in readiness tocross
foot passengers stall times of n.ght.
n20 ovciaber lHh,I!57.
W. E. HARVEY. U VAN WYCK. !
Civ. Eng., Sur. it Draf t'n. General Land Agent
II AI1VEY, VAX WYCKX& CO.,
ARE connectel with apeicies ia Washington City by
which they are enabled to prosecute claims against the
United States G ivcrnmeiit, or aU4Qd to any business Pe-
fore the Genenil Land tfRce wi:h dispatch and to the
satisfaction of their customers. . .
One of the firm being a practic-.l Encineerand Survey
or (having been for many years connected with tbe Cnited
Stales Coast Surveys en?aced on works of Internal Im
provement) wc are prepared to make Surveys of Towns,
Farms, Ax., in any part cf the Territory; and having
engaged the best Draftsman in tbe Territory, can execute
Maps, Town Piitts, anddrawiiurs of all kinds (mechanical,
architectural, 'ic.,) to the jcrfect satisfaction our cus
tomers. October 1357. , "' " n5)V5
ED. W. rtlOORE, .
' Geneml (Steamboat Agent;
roRir.iRDr.vG q:ommissiox merchant,
NEBRASKA. CITY, N. T.
Goods sold on Coniuiissiou and prompt returns made.
Particular attention given toreceiviug, Storing and For
warding all kinds of treii ht aud produce.
Office on the Lievee.
Storekonse in tbe same bloct with Kearney TTotel.
Kefer to the Men hunts of Nebraska City;
Fife tt Michael St Louii Mc; I Harper ik Scuder St.Lonis;
John A. Warden " Joseph Mclntyre "
Shakellord. l inney&Co" Barcklay, UinkleitCo "
April 29, ltiS 3-44-Iy
Wdsron for Sale.
I have a liht two-horse wagon which I will dispose of
cheap forcah. C. S. LANGDON,
r. LVSRBAUCII. JXO. L. CARSOS
LiU3LIB AUG H & CARSON, .
JJAA'AXRS AXD GEXERAL LAXD AGENTS,
Dealers in Coin,
Concurrent Monev, Kxchanjeand Lund Warrants,
BROWN Vli.1.8, N KM A II A CO., N. T.
Especial attention will be given to Buying and SCllir.g
Exchange, ou the principal cities of taa t nitea states,
Gold, Silver, and uncui rent B.ink Notes. A constant sup
ply of Land Warrantson hand for sjle, for cash, or en
teredon time lor I'le-euititors. All arrant sold ny us
guaranteedin every re-pect. Will file Declaratory State
ments of intention to pre-empt, and prepare rre-enipuon
Papers at short notice. Money loaned upon best securi
ties, at western rates of interest, and investments made
in Lands or city proierty for distant capitalists. Collec
tions upon all convenient points will be promptly attend'
ed to and proceeds remitted in exchanpe, at current rates.
Bills of Exchange on Kngland, Ireland, and t ranee, ob
tained at usual rates, with cost of Exchange on the East
added. Deposits received on Current account andinterest
allowed on special deposit?
OFFICE Main St., near U. S. Land Office.
Lind, Brother &. Co., Merchants, Philadelphia, Pa.
McNauphton, Carson 6i Co., " " "
lliser & White, " Baltimore, aid.
Young, C;irson & Bryant, " ' . " "
Jno. Thompson Mason, Col'r of Port, " "
E. M. Fuuderson A. Co. Merchants, " "
M. M. Teakle & Co. No. 17, Broadway, New Torx.
Wm. T. SmithKin. Esq., Banker, Washington, D. C.
J. T. Stevens. Eq., Att'y at Ljiw, " '
Jno. S. G3llaher, L:itc3.1 Aud. V. S. T., " "
Tjylor & KrieKh, Bankers, Chicago, 111.
McClelland. Scruggs 4i. Co. Merchants, St. Louis, Ma.
Hon. Thus. G. Pratt, Annapolis, Md.
Hon. J. V. Geary, Ex-Gov. Kansas, Penii.
Hon. Jas. O. Carson. . Mercersbnrg.Pa.
P. B. Small. Km., Pres't S. Bank, . Ilagcrstown, Md.
Col. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Iw, "
Charles Parsons & Co. Bankers, Keokuk. Iowa.
11. C. Nutt&Co. " Council BluJ"
Greene, Weare & Rice, " Des Moine, "
n,,.itlas W'stnon " Vinton.
15.00 Col. Sam llainbleton, Att'y at Law, Ea.ston. Md.
Judge Thos. Perry, Cumberland, Md.
fiS Prof. H. Tutwilcr, Havana Alabama.
Oct. H, '&7--nlo-tr
34.54 trmrr T y rm r
I have for sale a nnrr.ber of beautifully located lots in
the City of Brownviile. which I am authorized to sell
bargains for cash. New comers will do well to call
me belo. e making urchases. R. W.FURNAS,
Brownviile, March 25, '63. Real Estate Agent.
Banking hovse or Lushbacgh ik Carsom )
Broinnville, Februaiy 1, 1853. . )
On and after ihis date, depositors accounts will
opened for specie, currency and scrip payable In
kind if funds. Checks must be marked accordingly.
Office hours from 9 to 12 A M and 1 to 3 P 11.
Ll'SUB AUG II & CARSON,
BROWN VILLE, NEBRASKA.
Respectful ly;nnoun3C to the public that ho has
band a large stock of
Cloths, vestings, &c,
. Also a large assortment of
Which he will sell at cast pricos.
He Batters biciseif that he understands his business
thoroughly and all work warranted coming from his
tab.ishuient, and charges as low as any otner ojmpeuwr
in this place orthe West.
A Heat Hi uarantecu.
DIIOWX &v CIaITOX,
Forwarding. & Commission
No. 7S, North Levee, St. Louis, Mo.
Orders for Groceries and Manufactured Articles
rately filled at lowest possible rates. Consignment for
sale and re-shipment respectully solicited. Shipments
of all kinds will be faithfully attended to.
Messrs. G H 3ea &. Co St. Louis
Bartlstt. McComb & Co do
Gilbt-rt. Miles St Stannard do
Hon. W nBsfftnston, Auditor State or Missouri
JOTIarm.m. Esi. Cairo City. III.
Messrs Moloiy, llro's fcCo' Kew Orleans, Louisiana
J D Jackx.n. Kso.. do do
Messrs Hankie, Guild & Co,
P llanimar A Co
Brardell k Crawford
VoolruJ A Huntington,
Myl2. 1853 45-Sm
Beard s town, 111.
75,000 lbs. Bacon.
LTFORD & HORN, Sooora. Mo , have for sale,
for ca-sh, 76,000 peunds excellent bacon.
v0n36-ly March 1, '63
OOTS and SIIOES A Tremendous Stock,
received, otiened.'and forsale, by
I. T. WHYTE A CO.
17,009 Acres pf Land Warrants for silo snl
loan to pre-enrters, by TYSON & HACKNEY.
" V "" - "
- - ' Nutaber 602. t V; I
Ey the President of United StUtcs.
In imrsnanee of law, I, James Buchanan, Presi
dent of the United States of America, do hereby de
clare and makt known that public sales will be held
at tbe undermentioned lanl omces in tne .territory
of Nebraska, at the periods hereinafter designated'
At the land effice at BEO Vv S V 1LLE, eommencina
on Monday tbe lixtk day of September next, for the
i - i - 4 , i j . ,1.. ali :
aispoeaioi tne puoiio lavnos wuuiu sirs luuywiug
named townships, vis:
North of the Bate Line, and aast of the 6 th prise
MeridUn. ; . ,
That cart of township One outside of the Sae and
Fox and Half-Breed Nemaha Reservation, of rangs
The parts of townships 1, 2, 3, and fonr, ontside
of the ac and Fox and Half-Breed Nemaha Rercr
vation, and fractional township 5 and 6, of range
That part of township one outside of tbe Sao and
Fox Reservation; township 2, the parts of townshipu
3, 4, and 5, ontside of tbe Half-Breed Nemaha res--ervation,
and fractional township 6 of range 15.
That part of township 1 ontside the Sae and Fox
Reservation, townships 2, 3. and 4, and that part of
township 5 outeide of th Half-Breed Nemaha Res
ervation, and township 6, of range 14.
Townships 1,2, 3, 4. 5 and 6 of range 13.
Townships 1,2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 12.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 11.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 10.
Townships 1,2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 9.
At the Land Office at NEBRASKA CITY, com
mencing on Monday the sixth day of September
next, for the disposal of the public lands within the
following named townships, vis :
North of the Base Line and East of the sixth
Fractional townships 7 and 8 of range 15.
Township 7, and fractional townships 8, 9, 10, 11,
anl 12 of range 14.
Townships 7, 8, 9, 13, 11 and 12, and fractional
township 13, of range 13.
Townships 7, 8, V, 10, It, srnd fraction! Uwauklpa
iz and l-i, ot range lz.
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11, and fractional town
ship 12, of range 11.
Townships 7,8, 9, 10, and 11, and fractional town
ships 12, 13 and 14, of range 10.
Townships 7, 8, and 13, and fractional townships
14, 15 and 10, of range 9.
. At the Land Office at OMAHA CITY", eorameno-
ing on Monday, tho sixth day of September next,
for the disposal of the publio lands within the fol
lowing named townships, vis:
-North of the Base Line and east of the Eixth Prin
Fractional townships 13, 14, 15, and 16 of range
Fractional townships 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17, of
Fractional townships 12 and 13, townships 14, 15,
and 16, and fractional townships 17, 18, 19 and 20,
of range 12.
Fractional township 12, townships 13, 14, 15, 16,
17, and IB, and fractional townships 19 and 20 of
Fractional townships 12 13, and 14, and town
ships i:. 16, 17, 13. 19, 20, of range :.0
i jactional townships 14, 15 and 16, and townships
17, 18, 19, and 20, of range 9.
Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools,
military, and other purposes will be excluded from
tea sales. .
The offerings of the above lands will be commenO'
ed on tho day appointed, and will proceed in the
order iis, which they are advertised, until the whole
shall hava been offered, and the sales thus closud;but
no sale to se kept open longer than two weeks, and
no private cctry.of tbe lands will be admitted until
alter tae expiration cl tho two woeKs; . -.
:, Uivt-n under jSsy hand at the city of iash tngton
this thirtieth day of March j . D.ono thousand cighC
hundred and fifty-eight.
-. . . JAMES BUCHANAN.
By the Presided : , .
inOMA3 A. HENDRICKS,
Commissioner of the General Iand Office.
NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS.
Every persen entitled to the ri&bt of pre-emption
to any of the lands within the townships and parts
of townships above enumerated is required toes
tablish the same to the satiafaction of the Register
and Receiver of the proper land office, ani make
payment tbcreior as soon as practicable alter seeing
this notice, and belore the day appointed tor the
commencement of the nublic" salo of the lands em
bracing tho tract claimed, otherwise such c'aim Vill
be forfeited. THOS. A. 11 ESU KICKS,
Commissioner of General Land Office
Ipril 22. 1853 no 43 '
Directed to the Commissioners of Pawnee Connty will"
be received from aud after this date, until the first Mon
day in July next. For the erection of a Court Home
ta Fawnet City, Pawnee County, N. T., of the fol
lowing dimensions and style namely :
Said house to be thirty feet long and twenty-four feet
wide, two stories high, 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 and properly seated in plain style. The re
mainder of the upper story to be divided into two equal
ile, six feet
6ized rooms, two outsido doors three feet vi
eight inches high, one and three-fourth inches thick; 6
inside doors, two feet eight inches wide, six and a half
feet high, and one and a half inches thick all to be
four pannels each. Eighteen windows, twelve lights
each, 10 by 14 glass; windows and door casing, corners
and base, plain square style; Grecian cornice seven
mumbors; projection eighteen inches, and nine inches
deep, returned with tbe rake; three coats of paint, white
lead or zinc, inide and out. Said house to be a frame
with osts and braces, with a good shingle roof, the bid
der to furnish everything for the conpletion of tbe buil
ding oak floors, juiuted and lined, walnut siding, dres
Said building to be completed on or before tbe first of
One half the price to be paid as the work progresses
the remainder when finished.
Dated at Pawnee city this 6th day of April, 1857.
By order of the County Commissi, .neeri
Atten County Clerk
April 22 3m no 43.
Persons indebted to tbe undersigned will come for
ward and settle as longer indulgence will not be given
llotei scrip taken at par.
THOMPSON & MARSH.
- Brownviile April 15rh, 1863. 2-tf
T. W. BEDFORD, HCDSON GF.ORG E
County Surveyor Notary Public
BEDFORD & GEORGE,
SURVEYORS, CIVIL ENGINEERS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Office on Main Street. 1
WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted to
them in the line of their profession. Will buy and sell
Land warrants, make time entries, attend to the selec
tion and location of Government Lands, Survey Town
sites, subdivide Lands. makeoutCity Plats, kc, Jtc,
Having been located in the Territory fcr the past year,
we are prepared to make the most choice selections for
actual settlers. Will pay taxes, investigate titles,
render assistance in contested cases at the C. S.
Letters of inquiry promptly answered.
WE REFER TO
lion. W C Reynolds, Kingston, Penn.
John J Pendleton, Esq.. Cincinnati, Ohio
nonGalutiaA Grow Washington City, D
Hon Joseph G. Crane Dayton. Ohio
Ryall & Charles, Land Agents, Sioux City, Iowa.
Boater k Hedges, Bankers do do
Lu.shbaugh& Carson, Bankers Brownviile, X. T.
R. W. Furnas, Emj. do do
D. W, C. Cleaver, Geological Engineer, ScTanton, Pa.
Rufus R. Edward, Esq. St. Joseph Mo.
Col. John G. Fell Waver ley Pa.
Ws G. George, Real Estate Agent, Dayton Ohio
April 8. 1S63 v2n41-yly
LUTHER HOIDLKT. StOBEBT T. MCIR.
HOADIaaCT & ML'IR,
BroTtville, Xemaha Co., IV. T.,
Will select Government Lands ; locate Land War
rants in Nebras-ka, Kansas, Western Missouri and
Iowa: collect debts: Day taxes for non-residents;
buy and sell property on commission ; Land War
rants bought and sold at market prices ; Pre-emption
papers prepared, Ae.
We have for sale lota in the City cf Brownviile,
South Brownviile, Nemaha City, Table Rock, Omaha,
St. Joseph, Mo., 'El wood, Kansas Territory, Lands
near Table Kock, rawnee county, tor sale. Also,
Nemaha county, improved property for sale or
Offlce Corner main and First Streets.
Lucius nopkins,Prs't Importers k Traders'Bank
David Hoadley Prs't Panama Railroad,
Uru V, 1, uilllci'.i-vuaiKi vaa imuk, uu
Lee, Butler k Co. Hartford, Conn,
Collins. Kelloez tt Kirby St. Louis, Mo.
Thomas W. Phelps Mobile,
C.Wilson A Co. .-EaUw,
Wm. P.Wcbb.At'T t "
M. B. Osborn k Co- Rock Island,
Ja's Hrchibald. GenT AeTD.I-.&WJR.R. Scran
Gillespie, Pearce k Con Bankers Carbondale,
Lathorp k Jones Scran ton, Pa,
B. G. Mone Red Falls N. Y.
William Frothincham. Att'y ..-Albany, N.
Rev. R. Nelson, Principal Wyoming Seminary,
J. A.Iiirkcr rf- Co., . Washington. II. l.
A. T. Gilmer. Receiver Land Ofibo.-t Omaha
Horace Everett, Council EluSTs,
Urownville, April 1, ISU3.
VTBOi.ES ALU AKOXTAl DtAlER T
' v. Ut, - - .4
WniES -MD. LIQTJOBS,
Yo. 9, Main, Sired,
BROWNVILLE, N. T. '
EATING purchased thoentire stock of Goods belong
ing to J. B. Davis, together with large and extensive
additions just received, am now prepared to furniah
every variety of i
Heavy and Fancy Groceries,
i01t HOTEL AXD FAMILY USE.
I have in store, and for sale cheap, a large supply ef
Best 4a!ity Sao and Java
Havana crushed and best article of brown susar.
Large supply of superior New Orleans molasses.
chers ana uoiaen syrup.
TOBACCO AXD SEGARS,
Extensive variety and all of the best brands.
Consisting ia part of
A great variety and put up expressly for family ass.
..... . .. . , ,
Zvery description of Fruit, men as
Fresh Peaches. Apples, Cherries. Goose
berries, Currants, iiubarb, s.c,
For sale cheap and warranted fresh and good.
OYSTERS AND SARDINES,
A large supply of the best irands and warranted good
TOGETHER WITH '
A large eurntity of various articles of domestic use too
tedious to mention.
WINES AND LIQUORS
. Sherry, and
; Extra Quality cf
French anil American Brandies,
: v BRA'NDIED CHERRIES,
Old Monongehela, BourBonand Rye
COMMOX WHISKEY, ALE, Me.
Just received 50 boxes superior Western Reserve for
sale cheap for cash.
MILTON F. CLARK.
ALL those holding accounts against J. R. Davis will
call on tbe subscriber and have them cancelled; and
those Indebted to him will please call and settle, as long'
er indulgence will not be given.
MILTON F. CIjAKK.
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
No, 163 Vine St., bet. Fourth and Fifth,
C. ffVO'DRISCOIala & CO.
t fanufacture and dealers in News, Book ana Job
!L Typ, Printing Presses. Cases, dallies, &c, ic.
Inks, and l'rintin-KMatcrinl of Every Description,
STKItKOTYPtXfi of all kind Cooks. Music.
Paten tModkine Directions, Jobs, Wood Engrcvings,
Ac, f c.
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
JOHN P. TYSOS.
W. W. HACKNEY.
TYS0H & HACKNEY,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS.
BttOWNVlLLE, KEMAHACO , N. T.
Land Warrants Bought and Sold. Land enwelon Time.
Claims and Town Lots Bought and Sold. Lixan Money,
Make Investments and Locate Warrants on etime, for
Pre-Emption Papers Prepared.
OFFICE A ext. door to U. S. Land Office.
Geo. II. Nixon, Register L. O.,
C. B. Smith, Receiver, "
Smock & Williams,
Brownviile, K. T.
Omaha City. N. T.
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Bt. Louis, Mo.
St. Joseph, "
L. It. Tuttie,
B. R. I'egram & Co., Bankers,
Hon, G. W. Scodeld,
R. L. McGhee &. Co.,
Tootle & Fairleigh,
Oct. 1. 'f.7
1'1'JS DUOKS, 'or sale, by
I. T. WITYTE k CO.
M. U. WILKINSON.
' .llsSSiCsi ftlkaafi?!ilVi?
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OMADI, N. T.
Will attjnd to all business entrusted to their care
Col. Jesse 'Williams,
Gov. Jos. A. Wright,
Mr. F. N. Koock,
Hon. John G. Davis,
Hon. Goo. I. Miller,
Omaha City, N. T.
ZOOK & BALDWIN,
3j,or,ot3t Ctry, ZVEo.v
13 JEL "O C3r S ,
Dye Woods, Dyestuffs,
Oils, Paints, and Painters Articles
Varnishes, Window-glass arid Putty,
Frerieh, Enslish, and American Perfumery.
X ' 1 " C" MnI all. rrtnr mtv.a Ana liai, A A
Cv toothbrushes, paintbrushes, surgical and dent
r al instruments, spices, snuffs, manufactured
tobacco; all the patent medicines of the day; pure
wines anil brandies, for medical purposes choice
toilet and fancy articles, ctcetc.
Agents ror tne saie or
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
Roger's Liverwort, Tar and Canchalagua.
Osgood s India lbolago;ue,
Jones' American Cholagogue;
Guysott's Yellow dock and Sarsaparilla;
Smith's Tonic Syrup.
July 23, 1857. v2n1
STASD FR03I OTDER !
Tr all whom It may concern, you are hereby informed
that the undersigned is now en paced in putting up the
best class of LiEhtnine Rods manufactured in the East,
and on the most reasonable terms Having had long ex
perience in the business, he warrants all work d ne by
him to be done right. u. U. JiAitin
James Buchanan. Washiucton. D. C i J. C. Brecken
ride, Washington, D C; Mrs Victoria, London, Enp.
lard; Ljnis napoleon Bonaparte, Paris, France; Emper
or Alexander, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Brown VIU.E March 6 no39tf.
J. D. N. THOMPSON,
Attorney at Law,
lias resumed his professional business, and will prac
tice in all the Courts of Nebraska, and tbe Courts
Atchinson county, Mo.
Office one door west of I. T. Whyte's Store, Brcwnvii:
Brcwnville, Apt il 22, 1KB. tO ly
( asNp wr-sat..
i Trent Street"
BroYrnvIHe, Xebraska Territory,
J. H. MAUN & Co.,
Has last received the
LARGEST STOCK . ,
VEST OF SAIXT LOUIS,
Consisting, ia part of the foUorin j
article :, which they propose to sell
Cheap for Cash:
Pure white lead
Cod liver oil
Patent medicines, all sorts
Almonds soft shell
Bard shell Almonds
Oysters in can
Black and Imp Teas
Raw and burnt umbra
Paint brushes '
Sash and window tools
Camel hair pencil
Ot the best brands, chewing and smoking. Cigars fin
est quality and flavor.
FRUITS AXD LIQUORS.
PresoTvad fruit for pies, brandied peaches, fresh pesv
ehes In cans, pure liquors for medical pm-p , Jamaica
rum, Hoi land Gin, Irish whisky, Bourbon whisky, ginger
brandy. Cordial, Port wine, cherry wine, waild wine,
Malaga wlue. v
Foolscap paper, fancy letter paper, gild edge notes,
and envelopes, plain, fancy and embossed; pens and pen
holders, inks of all kinds, inkstands and Fabcrs pencils,
sealing wax wafers.
A Splendid Assortment of Perfumeries,
Comprising Lyon's Kathairion, cologne, pom made
genuine ox marrow, bear grease and oila, musk and es
sences of all kinds and of the finest quality.
63" Physicians' Prescriptions attended
of the day and night.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
O tfM jflIX SV iSa Pal H OV
POWDER AXD SHOT
"With all articles usually found at such places,
They invite their friends and the pnblio generally to
give them a cal 1, and they pledge themselves to give them
satisfaction as to price and quality of their goods.
Nov. 21, '57-v2-nI2
Watchmaker k Goldsmith,
ROCK PORT, MO.
BEGS leave to Inform the public that he has located
In the above named town and offers for sale a choice
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
and other articles usually kept in such establishments at
prices which cannot be complained of. Being an exper
ienced watchmaker he flatters himself that in repairing
watches, clocks and jewelry he can give perfect salisfac
tion. 19 6m.
FOR CASH AND ON TIME,
To Pre-emptors. Buy of regular dealers, and avoid
All warrants sold at the effiee afe guaranteed to be
genuine in every respect, and will be exchanged if de
fective. LUS.TBALGH 4. CARSOX.
Bmkers and Dealers in Land Warrants.
Brownviile. N. T.. April 22. 1S58. n43
NO. 10, MAIN STREET,
Brownviile. X. T.
WILLIAM T. DEN,
Respectfully informs the public that he has Jnst re
ceived bis new stock of B t and Shoe material, and is
now prepared to furnish any desired article in his line
at as low prices as any other establishment In the Ter
ritory. A il work warranted.
He hopes Ly strict atten' ion to business, and keeping
constantly on hand a superior assortment of Leather,
Trimmings, Ac, for borne manufacture, to still merit
that liberal patronaift which he has he retofore received.
Ej-itepairing ''one on the shortet notice. 5
All work to be paid for on delivery.
April 22. v2nl
Xebraslia 3Ioney Take IVoliee
From and after this date we will not take any Ke
bruka paper except the Platte Valley Bank and Bank
Nebraska, only at a discount of ten pur cent.
1. I. WHYTE i. Co.
Brownviile, March 8th, 1353. no38.
JOHN A. PARKER & CO.,
1TASIIIXGTOX, . C.
JOHK A. PARKER, late Repister of the Land Office,
Omaha, N. T., having resigned his office will hereafter,
n Donnection with one of the best Lind Lawgivers in the
country, attend to all business conlided to him; and es
Which he has made himself thorough iy acquainted with
by study and practice for years.
lie refers to the Heads of Departments and Members
of Congress of both Mouses..
All applications for services must be accompanied with
a fee to insure intention.
January 23, 1853. no31-ly
NOEL, LAKE & EMERSON.
Brownvlllo, UNT. T".
N. B. We would rosneotf ully inform tho citi-
sens of Nemaha county and adjoining Missouri, that
we have always on hand a large and well selected
supply of LUMBER) which we can furnish at low
er rates than any mill in the territory.
Market prices paid lor logs delivered at the yard
or on the bank of tbe river.
All orders accompanied with the cash, will receiv
our immediate attention.
T. II. EDWARDS. ' ANDREW J. BERRY.
EDWARDS & BERRY,
Proprietors of tho
The undersigned havmg entered into a co-partnership
in tbe hotel business at the above named House, and
bavins made an entire change of rooms, Ac, and comple
tely repaired and renovated the whole establishment,
they are prepared to accommodate the travelling public
and regular boarders In a style not surpassed by any
other hotel in the Territory.
and every facility offered to place onr puesta at ease,
and supply them as near as posaible.with tbe comforts
of a home.
April 8, 1868. n4!-2m EDWARDS k BERRT.
JOIIK. P. UNSET. CHAS. T. HOLLT.
KINNEY & HOLLY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
XEBRASKA CITY, 1. T.
Will practice in the Courts of this Territory. Collec
tion and ciminal business attended to throughout Ne
braska. Western Iowa and Missouri. Will attend tbe
Courts at Brownviile. - r2n33-3m
33 husk M ittrufccs just received at th stre of
Aus- 6, lain. , luSj I. T. WHYTE.
Boot & Sh.OQ
VICTORIOUS OVEXl PACT.
DRACO'S ARCTIC LINDIEaT."
s"nj ov ease
teai.ii ! Life er
j.yN. , an tin question ii
m( adoption or reiscti
Asrony or ea-a ! ?;cknM
teai.ii ! Life t drsUkl Th
atoltMiJ ia the
ctio l till aw-
( "i , , i 1 ciiic by tl.e niartyra to (iliniil
fl . - f cuteawsaaa uijunirs. iia'iof is-
cctrtd tli laslvrMenirnt of th di
tiuguishad taran, the late Iia.
Ka.S t, and inr'licaey tftd dur
ing1 two aaful Vi inter ia tbe 1
;ion of eternal tea, it Is ao eoax
ing into general la vry
tioo of tlx civilised globe, aad fta
marveloii cure aj ertsrTwhwe
THE AFFLICTED REJOICE.
ECXPnErS and THOCSAKM
fi irjoicinz in
y. iingvriug V
IU virtiwM, aad era
fitMm from kvinc
AI.V anil MhEASr,
Uir remedied had fi.W-t
to euro, 1 late yon U Br.l
CHinA KtLiUltilA. F11HT-
JTflE ARCTIC LIXTiICsT
.'ill afTor.l Instant mmiUf.
' tvery body is liable Ul
For these tlisilful accident il-e
AlltTIC IJM.Ur-NT should b
j sept on
l.sml, for il alforda ar
j exj lotjona and collisions, doaanot -
fl that some mean ! r-l.mj
leir trti!i should always b
aecesniiUa f Suehdomeaistiathia
M ATI SHI, K l'.tlrtlA, kAiU
! ii v -KiflTII.AfllK . a ia M
rv. atliictwt wiih Ol.l bOUS at
J22r :T..:. ferine, from nittlSI, H'KAINA
r . r .,; , Pir j? ana immaoiai reiit, outn sav
V ; 3- "'S from death. Kery ati
lY vt'.Oi ,V lt and nilroad train sli
A A' ' '.; V fy keen It. Who that las heard
lYf OvVU!-'! alirlvka efaneuiah ctttered y
at-? X. scnlvled and nuiimed victini
. " v-'- tl
V . . , . . 1. L.
It cures CAKVS S TTfB .
PRE ART, FORK MITliiJ,
SOKE MI'S, MJIl'Jja, to. U
die whft rii a pure akin,
Ttwl f hwa-U. Mulch. rt
and ail diMZolorationa and ta
crejicencos. si ioii Id attack
- .t7i :i
i thoe tiesiimMers on bat'
'-4 domain s won they aprea
4 Willi the Ai:criC UMJlrT.
'. H U excellent for the Hair,
eiviue itahenlUiy. ttosay ap-
1vir?ti. ..J pearuuee. Itia
GOOD TOU LXAXT AND BEAST.
It is a sorertipn temedy fbt
the vnrioua uiwraiiea witk i
whirb hordes araafilicUd, eur
I o the most aIannioffeoJ
PislIK.S. SPHAINS, MltlMj.
ror sale j all respccta'cla Dr;i(s!,' and Dealer. -Prices
of t!ie Liniment, 15 cents, CJc-nt-and SI a bet.
tie. A one-dollar bottle contiuus as mucir lauisueat ae
eight twenty-live-ceut bottles
XamAOPsOESARY AsxorxcniESTe -
Krery nurcl.a.r of a dollar Vittla of the.AI.CTlC IJM-
IMKNT receire. at Pr. liiagir's e.xpeuse, the tMIKH
STATES JOL'RVAl, of New a oik, for one year, me
Journal is a large illustrated papereach number eoe-
taininj sixteen paci, beautifully printed on clear nj
paper, and Blle.1 with original matter tnwn the mot brd
Fiant writers of the country. Certiticate of suhscnptiosi
and Tiill particulars of the novel and plnlanlhropie en
terprise, or which this oiler forms a part, will accompany
each bottle. . . . .
An AGKN'T WANTFT) In FTFKT TO'.V.v and Ji J Jii,a.
BUAGCJ at; BtKllOWES, St. Iuls, Mo.
itw Yoi:k Omnt. No. S71 KROADWAT.
Communications should always be addressed to St. Iaaia,
J. H. MAUN & CO., Agents,
Brownviile, N. T.
O. H. M'LACOHI.I ihj. uussai.
Mclaughlin & borset,
Main Street, BrottnTllle, N. T-,
Buy and sell Land Warrants, make out and file declar
atory statements; make out pre-emption papers; pay
taxes, investiKatc tines ,
Buy and sell property on commission, iurnisn tana
warrants for time entries, and attend to all other busi
ness connected with a general land agency business.
Particular attention paid to tho selection of Govern
ment land and the location of land warrants for partita
residing at a distance. - 1
McLAUGULlX it DORSET respectfully refer u ,
George II. SiXou, Esq., Register Brownviile Land
Chirles B. Smith, Esq., Receiver of Public Moneys
Xemaha Land District.
Robert W. Furnas. E-q., Editor Advertiser Drown vine 4
Messrs. Lnshbatish & Carson, Bankers, Brownviile,
lion. W. M T. Hamilton, Ilacrstown. Maryland.
Lewis R. Xcwconier Esq. Baltimore, Md. -
O II Barnet, Esq , Dayton, Ohio.
lion. Tenner Furguson, Dele;ale In Congress from
Nebraska Terrritory, Washington, 1). C.
John A. Beal, Esq., Attorney tit Law, Peru, Ind.
Brownviile, April 22. no-IStf
DISSOLUTION OF PARTXERSUIP.
The nartnershin between J. II. Maun and A. 3. Holla-
day in the Drus business under the name and style ot
J. II. Maun & Co, commenced April 10th 1S58, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be
continued in the nume of A. 3. Holladay, who will settle
the affairs of the late firm. A. S. HOLLADAT,
May 17, 'oS, 47-3t J. II. MAUN.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Holladay & Arnold dissolvel partnership in the
practice of Medicine and the Drug business, April loth.
lS5d. Either will attend to the settlement of the busi
ness of the firm. Those knowing themselves Indebted:
wi.l save cost of suit by calling immediately and paying
their indebtedness. A. S. nOLLAOAT,
May 17, '&3. 47-3t WM. ARNOLD.
W. II. WILLIAMS,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL PKALKR IM
STOVES & TINWARE
TAKES pleasure in announcing thecitiier.s of Or
gon and tho public in gcncrul, that he has on
hand the niot extunsive stock of Stoves aad Tin
ware, ever offered in this market. Illy stock of Tin
ware is of my own manufacture, and is for sale at
Wholesale and Kctall at St. Louis prices.
I would call particular attention to my stock of
COOKING STOVES, comprising the most improved
patterns both Air-Tihtand Premium. Among them
may be found Filly's Charter Oak, the best stove no w
in use, the Asiatic Air-Tight, I'ioiicer and prise Pre
Parlor & Box Stoves .
Of various Sixes and Patterns, which I wiM '
SELL LOWER THAN ANY IIOCSE IN TOWX.
Particular attention paid to making and putting
up Tin Gutters, in tho town and country. Also, re
pairing done on short notice anl on reasonable terms.
Old copper, Brass and I'ewter taken in exchange
for work or ware. W. W. WILLIAMS,
vl-n5 Cre;on, Mo., July 5, 1959.
Patent" Portable Mill,
THE subscribers have entered into a .rtnership
under the firm of Heed, Uolabird k Co., t
manufacture the J. C. Reed, Patent Portable Grist
Mill and are now prepared to furnish all those in
want of a trood Corn or Wheat Mill that for dura
bility, simplicty and economy ; excel any Mill intbs
world. On tho late exhibition ot the MechanH
institute in Cincinnati, a Gold iledal was award,
them for it.
It is adapted to all Grain rri nd in it purposes; it :
superior toall others forthcmostextcr.sire Mercha
Mill, as it is for grinding the fanners leea by Hon
The above Mills are manufactured by the node
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, O., where th:
con be furnished in anyquantity atshort notice.
The above Mills warranted to perfom as follows
38 ia. diam., per hour 50 B. Cora, 25 Wheat, $ 301
30 u u u so u 15 , jy.
24 tt u .i u 20 " 13 " 2f
20 tt u ia g u if,.
As this Mill tells its own story.it is unnecessary U
quote from our numerous recommendations.received.
ST. JOSEPH. MO.
JAMES CARGILL Proprietor.
MANUFACTURES and keeps constantly
on hand for sale, all kinds of Flonr. 3Icftl,
and Feed stuffs. Orders solicited and promptly fill 4
on most favorable terms. Cash paid constantly for
Wheat. For character of Flour refer to everybody
that ever used it.
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 30,1858. vln!3- j
ivxi lii:ia.o:ry .
A snperior stock of Millinery and Dreta Goods at ay
new Milhrery etab'.i.-hment, one door above Lushbaufh
k Carson's Backing Ilouse, Brownvitle. K. T.
4;tr mart Traxiia.
& Orm mental Pdntei
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