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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1858)
BROWNVILLE, HAY 7, 1ST.&
pud 13 advo-r,, 2 00
at tbe en ' .' e c-titts. . 2 60
, . it , m . 15 a uo
Clubs f M r m,r' t-e furnished at fl.to per
rrtiroB. provided t'' cb. acootnp.rj.es ti,a order, not
uerwtse. ' - - . , - v .
. joy woiik. .' .
rna.e lotions of New Tvpe. Cuts.
i.-e, C'it, kc, ma le io the 'Ativer-
' juner ntia-r : t r T' y ..rri -e. T5 e pro-, rittor bciug
a practical pnair fc i.K-e !. s.'id bavirz in L.s employ an
arejmpliidied t: e; t : itt-eU Fancvj;,!, fruiter, is de-U-nunsd
not to be ou'.-i "'.c tn the execution ul Job Work.
Cards (tifiT.t c.-.e of i' :r 'latest imprwed Card
pre.) B.aims Work it Colors, Brows utk, &c.j will
t w.tn par---'.' auction. ., .
Wr4n Irun. u.ii. suii be promptly atUuded to,
aaa warraii.I t fT s-i'-kS.'action or no pay.
'VT'iIc- ' A fi::.sPT. Pr-.-rfrnrs ot tie
tt .( i-- .c ii Tcmpie, Chicago, III.
. H fiins, 0i'ri-l Advertising Age:it,in rear of
)Cw Tort, L-! i"J C'teu' Shoe 8Uire,80 West
Jowrta S:w i. Cn-i-a-.
Hi.iKtt.OnUCa., o. SManeUS, Broadway,
iinuf Vtjkd,. Aaitrtctc. Canadiaa and Earopean
Aert...:ig and subscription Office, fco. lJi, Nassau Sis.,
J. X. Drtl3EirCE, X. W. corner O'.iTa and Xai
C. H. 6 BTl J D"arbor trMt, CUtOKo.
jk.rt aotnoriied Ageuu to aoli-i SotMcriptwot and Ad
TartMemeit for the Airen.r, abd receievt and re
ceipt tor Bouie U-cre.'jf .
feraocreiJer!t la t.i Temtory, comicg from varioDt
ortioo f lb fr-ite, tsfttn tuccito ni tbenametof
penwot a tbeir old cp:i:liborbcis wb woaid luatU0a
banime n burr: bet if tkcy crld e a ei y vt tbie "Ad
Tenuer." iri a iMiaiea x;.r, and peraont
receirinc. will &Nrr it a auijctUiiua welcome a ref n
lar utcr!ber. r
PMlBnatfa iJ libera, Teeiinc ttifflcient Intereat to
nakt op acluti, cstre-a.j tte utnal per cent lur Uiair
E3 The ebrifi LCTertiBer" having
much the largest circulAtion of any pajvr ia
tie Tarriif-ry, "WTiclesale ITerchjuiU ia St.'
Louis, 6t. Joseph, Cincinnati and other East
ern Q&rketf where Nebraska merchacta pur
chase, will find no better advertising medium
In thM Western country '
" V t.ivt jiit e-rarlcied a new stuck of Blanket every
deacriptiez;, t.cat!y executed 00 Rnt substantial paper;
and are prvrnrel to til orders at a tcumcut's ootice and
on tx.:' terras.
Wafiave mo a ftate of a small map of Sotstb Ptatts,
Yebrarka, for praiutis common xed euvelopea, witli any
eaired tu.iue5 tr!S attaclied. UrJora Miht ited.
R. W. riEKAS,
Fcurlli of Jnlj.
There will be a meeting of the citizens
tf this -chy tni vicinity at Johnson's Hall
tt 1 o'clock on Saturday next, to .take
the necessary step? to celebrate in a be
coming manner the coming anniversary
of "American Independence. Let there
le a full attendance.
' While upon this subject, permit us' to
make;a:f jggestica. " It is not likely that,
under; present circumstances, financially,
there "can, or will be more than one
e'emonstration in the county. Two years
eo the celebration was held in this city ;
last year ia Nemaha City, and our sug
grstion is, that it be held this year at
Peru. What t ay you Peru folks? Come
down and meet with us on Saturday af
ternoon. Heavy Ruins.
We have had an unusual amount cf
rain thus far this season; frequently falling
very heavy. Yesterday one cf the heav
iest rain-storms we ever saw visited us;
therzin frll in perfect sheets, and for a
lftr Lours even thing was "af.oat." Cel
lars were f.Ilo rardens washed up, and
wood and lumber near ravines swept
awiy. T Crace Hill's ctl'er was filled,
end a vast amount of damage was the
rrrsult. A portion of the logway of
Noel, Lake nnrnmerson was taken
away by the rise in the spring branch, in
uhich there was at one time over ve feet
The embankment or filling at the foot
of Main street was again washed away.
We hope, the council will see to it that
displace is promptly and permanently
fixed. The large culvert should extend
Cic while width, of the street, or - the
water from the ravine above be turned
through the alley.
Crnnl lease F. t A. Jlasons, X. T-
v TLe Second Regular Communication of
the Grand Lodge F. Si A. Masons of
Nebraska Territory convened at Nebras
ka City on the 2d inst.
The following persons were elected to
Krvc the ensuing year :
R. C. J0K.DAK, of Omaha, Grand Mas
ter. " '
L L. Dowtf cf Eelievue, Deputy
Datid Lijdley, .of Nebraska City,
S?r.icr Grand Warden.,
M. Cm. Willi5son, cf Omadi, Junior
Grand Warden. ..
J. II. Maxos.of Nebraska Chy, Grand
RW. FtaxAS, of Erownville, Grand
The Grar.i Master appointed the fol
l"Tir.g ,'il,r,rs r " ' ' . r. ' '
Lfcr.',J LI. Chivington, of Nebraska
City, Grtni Chaplain.
! A. G. Clarke cf Omaha, Grand Orator,
i Geo. Armstrong, of Omaha, Grand
j lecturerf '
J H. N. Cornell, of Nebraska City,
1 Cnd Marshal.'
; W. N. Bvcrs, cf Omaha, Grand Senior
j accn. ' "
' CD. Keller, of Bellevue, Grand Ju
G. W. Eratton, of BrovnvilIe, Grand
; 1). II. Wheeler, of Flattsmouth, Grand
. ord Bearer.
: L AL Donnelan, cf Flattsmouth ; Jesse
, 1, cf Brcwnville, Grand Poursuivants.
tdward Henry, cf Bellevue, Grand
' LODCES & E7 RESETTED.
thraska Lodge No. 1, Bellevue,
Western Star Lodge, No, 2, Nebraska
Carhal Loirf , No. 3, Omaha.
emaha Valley I
Hey Lodge, No. 4, Ercwn-
; -Gr.iiXcvre. No. o, Omadi.
No.. G, Flattsr
m . -
That this fine Hoteht Itlrastt City,
grows better and IrigLter ly age. and
use, a few days sojourn last week sails.
ed us. It IsTiOw furnisbed1 coniplcte;
everything about it is new, clean and
c-recaile ; the table cannot fail to satisfy
the rr.ost fastidicu3 epicurian. AVith
Coolbacch in the ciUce with a cemtant
and watchful tye to the wants of guests;
and Hakrt with his er.!ivcnirj "smiles,'
the "Nucleoli's" cannot fail to advance oa,
and on in the popular favor. '," ;; ' ' j
: Wn. Rcssell
W'e call attention to the advertisements
Rossell. He- is drivirnr thlnrrs
riht along;, notwithstanding- thepr-jsaure
of the times. In ad Jiticn to hit locrc'ing
house, which drear! y is too well estab
lished to need a wcrd cf praise frcm us,
he is making arrangements for the spee
dy erection of alarge Livery Stable, on
Main street. He keeps fine ttocVj and
carriages, which he will furnish at a mo
ment's notice, and ea favorable terms.
'J. S. Minick suspended.' See adver
- reril cf Life ia CuIjs.
A letter received in Ds-tonfrm Cuba
nan, Cuba, written by a gentleman who
had resided for sixteen or s-eventeen
years on the island, contains the following
"The country is in a dreadful condi
tion. . We dare not go on the road done,
and when we travel in company we go
armed to the teeth. Only two week sago
the robbers caught Andrew Metcalf near
Guanajay, and cut him almost to pieces.
I passed over the same road only a few
hours previous on my way to Havana ;
when I returned, the same evening, he
was buried. The robbers come right in
to the houses on the estates, and if they
cannot get money they cut the tnroitsof
the occupants, or what is worse, mutilate
the unfortunate victim.
Mcdowell & company.
Are now in receipt of their uprinit importation, wUicb
have been purrbased in Kneiand fur cash, fr though
other bouses are advertising direct importation, from
Europe, we take pleasure in announcwR that we are the
only direct importers from England France in the west
ern States, and hive now on hand the Iarse-t and finest
stock ever imported to this country, coufeigliiig in part as
9-4, 6-4 4-4 and -4 Xew Medallions;
6-4 royal Velvets; 600 r-ilis J'rench velvet ;
200 rolls Royal Wilton; 1000 Do Egbert Crisley Brus
sels; . '
. 2000 rolls John Crossler & Son's Tapesty 3rnr eel-
2 too rolls Brinton's; 3000 rollsPrardoe t Uoomaa's;
1510 rolls Bripbt's new desitrDt.;
lOOOrolls heavy English three-ply;
1000 heavy superfine;
Tueether with the larjres stock of Domestic Carpet,
for the wholesale trade, ever brought west of the moun
tains. Also 2000 rolls 4-4 white and check matting;
2000 " 6-4 , " " - "
S000 " 4-4 and " "
3000 " Cocoa matting all widths.
1500 sheets of oil cloth 12 to 30 feet wide;
200 pieces 3-4 4-4 5-4 6-4 and 8-4, oilcloth.
Also the largest stock of rue, tabC covers, sofa rip
Uats. stair rods, table oil clothes, fc.c, of acy eitalish
uirnt in the country.
To the retail customer, all we ask is a call, to convince
thrni that we can and will seli lower than any other
boue in the west. To the wholesale purchaser we would
sav that we can offer tbem greater inducements than any
eta Muniment ettner in yew Tork or BuMob, bavins:
purchased our entire stock for cash, we are prepared tn
otfer our g joda at the very lowest prices of kmportatioo.
A. NcDOWELL & Co., &S Main St., St. Louis.
May 15, 1S no 42.
rPHICXIT STEA5X SAW JIILI.
This null commands the uuiversal admiration uf saw
mill wen everywhere. As its merit become known, the
demand for it Increases, lltders arc coming front every
section of this c untry, Caidiia. Cuba, and iiouib Amcri-
caj. It is suited for every sectirm ot the world wherever
there Is timber to be sawed, no matter of wbHt character
how hard, how larceor hw small. Two extensive n.ia
nafactories are now ensured in building the-e mil Is, j et
it is almost luuwstible to tura them out as fast as they
are wanted. They embrace several valuable patents
and improvements, and combine all ot the following ad-
Simplicity Both the mill and power are so simple in
their conetructton that anyone of ordinary mechanical
ability can comprehend them., put them r and ran tbem
without dancer or difficulty.
Portatnltl p The whole establishment ctn be very
quickly taken apart and put together, thus rendering it
e-y to be moved from piace to place asdesirel, aud sav
ing the nece-n:y of drawing the logs a long '.istiince to
Ihtrabuity It is constructs! in the most solid and
substantial manner, rnns perfectly still, is n n liable to
get out of order, and will last for years without repair.
RnptCtV It will saw Tat-ter than aay other upripbt
upright trnjl. The speed ot the saw is about three hun
dred strokes per minute and the feed from one-eigbth to
three-quarters of an inch per stroke. Thus, at a medium
speed the saw will cut ; through a log twenty-four feet
Ion ia about three minutes. From this data anyone
knowing the character of the timber can calculate how
much it will do.
fttcirarjf It does Us work well, cuts smoother and
straigbter than the ordinary mills, and the arrangement
of the saw is snch as to reuder it utterly impossible far
ittn run out of line.
Chtajmeu The entire iost of the mill, with fifteen
horse power and everything all complete and ready fjr
running, twxed and ready for shipment in St. Louis, is
only i au. -
This mill requires less power to drive than any other
mill, aud the power f untii-bed is sufficient to drive extra
A circular containing full particulars will ! sent io
any one desiring it. All ordert should be addressed to
BRAGG K BL R ROW ES,
Corner Third mi Market ttreett. St. Louis. Ma.,
sole agents for the Western and Southern States.
March 25, '58 48-1 y
Barton B. Barkalow, TVS
' ) Second Judicial Dirtrict
VCourt of Nebraska Territo
Samuel E Rogers, Dcrt ) To June term A V Ib5a
Whereas the summons issued In the above entitled
cause having been retarned 'not found' as t you tlie
said Samuel E Rogers. Therefore you the said Saninel
E Rijgers are hereby notified that ob ot before tbe first
day of June A D 1S5S. the petition of Barton B Birkalow
the said plaiiitift", miil be on file In the office of t je clerk
of said District court for Nemaha coudy on tbe chancery
side of said ennrt, praying for a decree of title as against
yoi the said Ropers to lots number six and fourteen in
Mock number twenty-four, and lot number six n block
number thirty-five, and lot number five in block aumber
forty, all in tbe town of Brownville in said Nemaha
county, as marked and numbered upon tbe recorded plat
of said town. And you are fnrther notified thai unless
voa ai nearat the next term of said District court, to tc
began and teli at said town of Brownville witbin arid
for said Nemaha county on tbe fifteenth day nf Jnne A D
1S58. and on or before the morning of the second day or
said term, and plead to said petition, the same will 1
taken as confessed and judgement by default rendered
against you thereon for said lots aforesaid an.1 xst uf
suit. 1. L. mcuaky. Ait y tor ri n.
It is herebv ordered that the foregoing notice !e pub
lished in the Xebraska Advertiser as the law in such ca
provides MASTIN W. R1DFX. cle-k.
By CHAS. U. UOPStT, lpury.
ISHAIJ HEAVIS, .
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Fatla City, Richardson County, Nebraska.
Will give prompt attenU n to all professional busi
ness entrusted to his care in Richardson and adjoining
counties; also to the drawing of deeds, pre-emption pa
pers, hue.. A.C. Msyl3, '53 46-6tn
O. B. HEWETT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Will attend to business in all departments of lis pro
Pre-emntors Rijrhts Secured.
.Land Warrants Tor Sale.
Office on First St., bet. Main and Water,
Kidney k Holler, Nebraska City.
CJwever Sweet &. Co., do -J.
Sterling Morton do
Brown st Bennett, Brownville
R. W. Furnas do
Brownville, N. T. May 13, 1S5S. v2a46tf
The undersigned, owner of forty-six acres of lnnd ad
joining the city of Brownville was originally laid off as
a porrionof the town Site desirous to dis;x-e of the
same, and will do so on exceedincty favorable terms.
Awlyto " JOUXMcL'ONOVGn
m y so, tsa wm
Bsowsiixx. JS, T.
I hereby eivta ttafWElLEY II. B0RX has ottainaS
from tht Prj.iw Court of Tawwe ct-nnty lette:-s testa
tametitary en tjeettate f Rk:ckIi Horn, law-of said
counts deii H.liesrirg date Javj t-y Iltb, A r- I!i58,
All r-ei- liaviiii,' claim a;i,x,i said. it ate are
berebr rivjuir-M t th;bit tiem for allowance to the
Frotiite x)ttrt ( t-al I ounty on r before ttit 9Ui day of
Anf;Ht, 1Sc9, it it rj tn iy be p-v utled from any V?net
of s.d es'arc, atdir tor. p i'l' J S'itUin sx mur.ihs
from -- i 4ist tveiaanii :i tUev will le tjrever
- -"H,G. tot:;j-ijeot PMbt.te.
The endersismd t: vine evwti intoa c , -r artsersLip
and built a skj-l piit ,ide Li!.t eonnwte.1, Lagerreaa
Galleiy on tim ol Main in 1 r.r r? tre1 s io ti.ic -y
ol Brown ville. w(!di respect) uiiy xiu:oi:ac to ttitfibiia
that we are tw preimred to Ue p:c.nres ith all the
beauties ol the att, anl at reduce prices. Pictures in
serted in lokets, rim, itc., in ae otatest style. Being
experieticed rtiM. hive no doubt tUat ail . jovant
good p.cturei cijj p-ttased. Call and pee. ,
BrovmTiiie.Ujy 6,1- n45.f i
Brownyillc Stecm Ferry !
ttir:rpTi Pbf rtrf
,4 . i n v- j i, t . j , l At r
1IISS-0 l?RI r.IVERi ,
The Ho-uta irom iirowriTf!- to Ft. iwenmey,
&-id Ixom tlienco to Cahfomis, is the
i. nearstt and most practicable. .
BAKER ccC0DINGT0N 1 '
AXSOL'CE to tke Trarelinp Public that Uiey are
now ntnnini; m a Ferry acrcs tLe Jlisouri oivir at
An fntirehj ntw. HtMarWial and commodUwt '
STEAM PERRY BOAT,
hich afangemirDt will secure a certain ani
safe passape at, all time ani ia air kiodi cf
wcs!Lt. 'i'he l'rofrietora doot asert boas-it gly,
or for ; be rnti'pMe tf painin j caatom merely, bat are
g'rcrntd ly f veM. v'hen they fey this ia. the beat
cnwsicfr cf the Missouri Kner in Jiebraskn, and
when they y ihe route from Drownrille to Fort
Kearney and from thence to California ia the nearest
for evidence they refor the reader to the map of the
Country; and tro warranted in saying it is the most
practicable ri-uto by penonal experience, 4 well as
that of hun treus t'f others who ba?e .trareled it.
We claim therf .f h it this crossing and route holds
out poculinrlj faro-ablj indaocments, to persons
going to Califurn.B, ad salioit their patronage. Kot
withstiindin? our sujierUr arrarfjeincnU for a safe
and speedy crosiir;;:. oaruijarrres are the same as other
Ferries in Xebr-uk, ail Itcing rt gulated by Legisla
tive enactment. ' ' 'i , i J ...
Jf"lteco!Iect that'ii.h our f'acilities of Power,
no kinds of wea ther will prevent our Boats from
makinp regular trips at ail hoar?. , ...
t3f A skiCaml nasi irill be in readiness to moss
foot paisenpers at all times of night.
n2i November llth,18i7. .'V
TV. E. I1AF.VEY. L. TAN WTCZ.
Civ. En.;., Sur. It Draf.'n. ' General Lnd Astwt-
. IIARTKT, TAX WTCIL &'CO
General Land Ascots
itXa'e"fcrvBlaT-a.- City. " ' v '
ARE connected with agencies ift 'Wasliington City by
which thry are enable?! to prosecute claims a?a!nt the
United. Kates uovrtmnMit, or atten to any business be
fore the General Land pSlce wita dispatch and to the
satisfaction of theirccBtomeri." - -
One of the firm being a practical Engineerand Survey
or (having been for many years connected with the t'nited
States Coast Surveys engaged on w jrki of. Interna! Im
provements) we are pretared to make surveys of Towns,
Farms,' fcc, in r.y p.ti t of the Territory; and having
cnzaKPd the best I'ru'is nan in the Territory, can execute
Maps, Town Pi.aU., and drawings of pll kinds (mechanical,
architectural, &c., to tue perfect Nili&factiun our cus
tomers. Til.- - - " J
October 22J, 1557. . , . nSlvj
! CD. IT. MOORE,
General Steamboat Agent,
TOKWARDJSO COMMISSION MERCHANT.
NEBRASKA. CITY", N.T.
Goods sold on Commission and prompt returns made.
Particular attention given to receiving. Storing and For
warding all kind! of Ire ght and prodoce.
Once on the Lievee.
Storekouse in the sane block with Kearney Hotel.
Refer to the Merchants of Nebraska City;
Fife it M ichaci St Louis Mot I Harper & Sender St. Louis;
John A. Warden " ' I Joseph Mclntyre "
Srakelford, Finney i. Co" I Barcklay, Uinklek. Co "
April S8, Ii3 v2-44-ly
Wdgoii for Sale.
I have a light twu-bore waion which I will dispose of
cheap for CHsb. . . . C. S. LAXGDON,
T. LtrSHBACOM. WO. L. CAUSOI
LTJ5HBATJGH fit CARSON,
BANKERS AND GSNERAL LAND AGENTS.
Healers In Coin,
Cncurrent Money, Exchange and Land Warrants,
BROWNVILLE, NEMAHA CO.. X. T.
Especial attention will be given to Buying and Belling
Exchange on the princitial cities of the United States.
Gold. Silver, and uticurrent Bank Notes. A constant sup
ply of Land Warrants on hand for sale roa cash, or en
tered on time lor Pre-cn ptors. All Warrants sold by us
guarantee in every respect. Will file Declaratory Seg
ments of Intention to pre-empt, aud prepare Pre-emption
Papers at short notice. Money loaned upon best vecuii
ties, at western ratts of Interest, and investments tnade
in Lands or city property for distant capitalists. Collec-T
tioiia upoa all convenient points will le promptly attend
ed to and proceed .Vmitted in exchange, at current rates.
miis or exchange on .ti ,Mand, Ireland, and France, ob
tained at nsual rates, with cost of Exchange on the East
added. Deposits receiver! cb Current account and interest
allowed on special (UipotoU.
OFFlCii Main St., be ir U.S. Ind Office. ,
Liml, Brother k Co., Merchants. Philadelphia. Pa.
McXanchton CarscufeCc, - -
lliser t thite', " ' ; Baltimore. Md.
Tonng. Ctrson k. Bryant.-' "
JrKi. Thoripson Msh d, Col'rof Pott, " "
E. M. Puiulcrson &Co. 1'erchants, " "
M. M. Teikle & Co. No. 17, Broadway, New Tork.
M m. T. Sniithson. Esq., Hanker, Washington, D.C.
J. T. Stevens, Esq., Att'y at Law, "
Jno. S. Gjllaher, Late 3U Aud. C S. T., " "
Taylor k slrieg!i, Bankers, Chicago, III.
NcClcllatid Scrussk Co. Merchants, St. Louis, Mo.
Hon. Ttios. G. Pi atr,, . - Annapolis, Mi. '
Bon. J. t7. Geary. Ex-Gov. Kansas, Penn. '
Hon. Jas. Ol Carson. Mercersburg, Pa.
P. B. Small, Esq., Pres't S. Bank, Hagerstown, Mil.
Col. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Law, "
Charles Parson tt Co. Eaakers, Keokuk. Iowa.
H. C. Xuitfc 0. " Council Bluff"
Greene, H'eare fc.R-ce, ; ' Des Moine, "
Douglass i Watson; -" - Vinton, "
Col. Sam Bambletoa, Att'y at Law, Eanton, Kd.
Judge Thos. Perry, ,. , . - Cumberland, Mtl.
Prof. H. Totwiler, , . - .... Havana Alabama.
Oct. 8, '67-v2-nl6-tf
I have for sale a number of beautifully located lots in
the City of Brownvil Io. which I am authorized to sell at
bargains for rash. New comers will do well to call on
me befoi e making i nr bases. R. W. FTRXAS,
Brownville, March 25, '69. Real Estate Agent.
Bakxixo hoi sr oi" Lvshbaugh &. Carsov I
BrojtntilU. Februarv 1. 1868. I
On and after ibis iata, depowtors aocounts will be
opened for specie, currency and scrip payable in stime
kind of funds, Coe-: must be marked accordingly.
Office hours from I to II A M and 1 to 3 P M.
LVSnBACGU k CAUSOST,
BROWN VXLLE, NEBRASKA-
Bespecfully announces to the public that be has on
fcacd a iatge stock of ,
Cloths, Vestings, &c.,
Alo a latge assortment of
WTil.Ji he will sell at cost prices.
He flatters himself that ho understand!) his business
thoroughly and all work warranted oomint from his es
tablishment, and c:a-es as low as any other competitor
In this place or the West. - - :
A eat Fit Guaranteed.
DIIOTV & CLIXTO.,
Forwarding & Commission
No. 7S, Nortli Levee, St. Louis, Mo.
Orders fr Gnicerifs ani Maaufactured Articles accu
rately filled at lowest poss.ble rates. Consignment for
sale and rr-liipment res;ectull.v solicitel.. Sbipmeotn
of all kind wiil be f; itf illy attended to.
Messrs. G H Ilea . Co St. Louis
Bartlett. Mctoinb A Co do
Gilbert, Miles A Stannard do
Hon. w" H Bufflngtcn, Auditor StHteef Missouri
J Q Harmon, CairsCity, III.
' Messrs Molony, Bro's A Co' New Orleans, Louisiana
J D Jack-Kin. Esq , do do
Messrs Hinkle, Guild k Co,
Brand! I k Crawford
Woodruff St Huntington,
H. Billings, Esq.,
May IS, IS69 4V3m
75,000 lbs. Bacon.
LTFORTv k nORX Soiswa, Mo . have for sale, cheap
for cash, 16,000 pounds excellent bacoB.
Vgn36-lv . March t, J68
OOTS nd SHOES A Tremendous Stock, jtvst
received, openftl, ard forwle, t y
- 1:T. WITTTE CO.
17.CD0 Acres of Land
ou tojirf-emptora, by
Wanttnts &r sale and U
TYSON 4 HACXY i
I"y the President cflTnlled States.
Inpnr?uarKe of hv, I, Jarjcs Ench tmn, rVcsi
dent tf the Ut;.t4 Abates cf An-- rk, ! jtcrt by de
clare Ecd make k xiwn that pui. ?iies w'.I! le held
at the undermentioned land o&ees is the lemUrry
of Nebraska, at tho periods hereinafter designated'
At tl-J tZ :c at r ' TjTf TIKI'S, commoncing
on Moniay ;e si'.r ' daj nf i'.;imi. r next, for the
di?soaiof t'..o pi.i: .j .i Wi'Mci ihe following
ts' -I ! !.;( . t .: ; ; .
I'vnh u the L-.-.0 Liu--, aai e&t f tha Oi'a priaej
Tht part of township One outside of tho Sac and
Fox tzl Half-Breed Nemaha Reservation, of raore
17. - .
The farts of townships 1, 2, 3, atd four, outside
of the fcac and F x. and ILi'.f-Breed Nemaha Iterer
vation, ai;d fry. 2 Lion at townships 5 :tnd 8, of range
sixteen... . 4. .
Tbrt part of townsh-'p one outside of the Sac and
Foi lic.-i n a;ioc;t own,j:p 2, the part of townships
3, 4, and 5, outbids of the Hi'.f-lireed Nemaha res
ervation, and fractional towaahip 8 of range li.
That part of township 1 mt5id ta and Fox
Ee?ervation, townships" 2, Z. utd 4, lin t !htt part of
townjihip 5 outside of the llalf-Ureed Nemaha Kea
ervation, and township 6, of range 11. '
Townsi, ins 1,2. .", 4, 5 and 6 of range 13.
Townsiiips 1,2,3, 4, 5 and 6 of ranj-e 12. -
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 11.
Townships 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6 cf rarge 10. ,K .
Ti.wp.ships 1,2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 cf n.nge "-"'
At the Land OSce at NEBRASKA CFXV. com
mencing on Monday tho sixth day of September
next, for the di.vpostl of the publio iaadj within the
following named townships, vis :
North of the Base Line and East of the sixth
Principal Meridian. ' .
Fractional townships 7 and 8 of rango 15.
- Towmip 7, ami fimethinBt townships 8, , 10, 1L
an 1 12 of ra.n-a 14.
Townshij 7, 8, 9,10, 11 and 12, and fractional
township 13, of range 13.
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, It, and fractional townships
12 and 13, of range 12. " - 1.
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, and ll;and" riactlSnaJ town
ship 12, of range 11. . ..... SMa ;
, Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11, and fractional town
ships 12, 13 and li, of range 10.
Townships 7, 8. md 13, aud fractional townships
14. 1 and 16, of r-vcge 9. - ?
i At the JjiniUff.ee at OMAUA CITY, commenc
ing on Monday, the sixth d.-iy of Soptsmber next,
for the disposal tf the pubiio laida ;aithin tiie fol
lowing earned townships, ru:
' North of the Base Line and east of the sixth Prin
cipal Meridian : "''
fractional townships 13. 14. 15. ani Is of ranee
Fractional townships 13, 14, 15, 16, and
Fractional townshipsl2 and 13. townshita 14. 15.
end 16, and fractional townships 17, 1.8, If and 20,
of range 12. - - '
Fractional township 12, townships 13, 14, 15, 15,
17, and 18, and fractional townships 19 and 20 of
range Jl. .
Fractional townships 12 131 and 14. and town
ships 11, 16, 17, 13. 19, 20, of range t.fl - -'
rjactiocal townships 14, 15 and 18, and to trnshipa
17,18, 19, and 20, of range 9.
' Iaeds appropriated by law for the.tss cT Schools,
military, and other purposes will be acluded from
The offerings of the above lands will be commenc
ed on the day appointed, and will proceed in . the
order in which they are advertised, until the whole
shall have been offered, and tho sales thos closed; but
no sale to be kept open longer than ttro weeks, and
no private entry of the lands will be admitted until
after the expiration of the two weeks.
Given under my hand at the city of Washington,
this thirtieth day of March :r. D. one thousand eight
lundred and ifty-eight. v u
; By the President ;
... j, ... i Thomas A. riEXDRicks,
Commissioner of the General Land Office.
NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS.
Every persen entitled to the right of pre-emption
to any of the lands within the townships and parts
of townships above enumerated is rjquired, to es
tablish the same to the satisfaction of the Register
nnd Receiver of the proper land office, and make
payment therefor as soon as practicable after seeing
this notice, and before the day appointed for the
commencement of the publio sale of the lands em
bracing the tract claimed, otherwise snoh claim will
be forfeited. . . - TllOS. A. UiiXDUICKS, r -'
i. Commissioner of General Land Office
4pril 22. 1868 no 43
Directeil to the Commissioners of Pawneo Connty will
t e received from and after this date, until the flrst Mon
day in July next. For the erection of a Corf House
in Paxcnct City, Pawnee County, N. 1, of the fol
lowing dimensions and style namely :
Said bouse to le 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 foet 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 ot the upper story to be divided into two equal
sized rooms, two outside doors three feet vide, six feet
eight inches bith, one and three-iourth inches thick; 6
inside doors, two Jeet eight iochet 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 cjtsing, corners
and base, plain square style; Grecian tornice seven
members ; projection eighteen inches, and. nine inches
deep, returned with tho rake; three coats paint, white
lead or sine, inside and out. Said bouse to be a frame
with posts and braces, with a good shingle roof. Hie bid
der to furnish everything for tbe conplctioa of the buil
ding oak floors, Joiuted and lined, walnut siding, dres
sed, kc. ...
Said building to be completed on or before the first of
One half the price to be paid as the work progresses
the remainder when finished.
riilttl .t Vianoa pilv Ik!. Kth it, .f ln.il 1 0T-
vy oruer oi uie coutuv lonimiSHinneeri s t
.Attest fr.E. DOWNING, :
A"st ' CouiiTy Cterk
April 22 3m no 43.
Persons indebted to the undersigned wl ',1 cmo for
ward and settle as longer indulgence will nut be given.
Hotei scrip taken at ptir. - ' -
THOMPSON it MARSH.
Brownville April Men, 1868. , 42-tf
T. W. BEDFORD,
BEDFORD c GEORGE,
SURVEYORS, OTIL ENGINEERS,
AND r .'
REAL ESTATE, AGENTS.
BROWNVILLE NEBRASKA. ... ,. ,
;;- ' ' Office on Main Street. "'
' WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted to
them in the line of tbeir profession. Will bny and sell
Land warrants, make time entries, attend to the seleo
tion aud location of Government Lands, Jiurvey Town
sites, subdivide Lands make out City Plats, Ac, Ac,
Having been located in the Territory for lie past year,
we are prepared to make the most choice selections for
actual settlers. Will pay taxes, investigate titles, and
render assistance iu contested cases at the V. S. Land
Letters of inquiry promptly answered.
WE &EFEB TO
non. W C Reynolds, Kingston. Pi-nn. , .
Jchn J Pendleton, Esq. Cincinnati, Ohio '
HonGalutiaA Grow . Washington City, D. C. :
Hon Joseph G. Crane Dayton. Ohio
Ryall k Charles, Land Agents, Sioux City, Iowa.
nosierat ileuses, Bankers do do .
Lushbauph A Carson, Bankers Brownville, N. 1.
R. W. Furnas, Emi. . do . do
D. W, C. Cleaver, Geological Engineer, Scranton, Pa.
Rnf us R. Edwards, Esq. St. Joseph Mo.
Cel. John G. Fell Waver ley Pa.
W. G. Georee, Real Estate Agent, Dayton OUi '
Apri!8. lodrj v2n41-yly '
LCTBER HOADLET; .;
- EIOADLET &
OBlBl V. MCIB.
ErownTllle, Xcmalia CoJ X. T.,
Will select Government Lands : locate Land War
rants in Nebraska, Kansas, Western Missouri and
Iowa: collect debts: pay taxes for son-residents :
bny and sell property on commission ; Land War
rants bought and sold at market prices ; Pre-einp-tjr-n
papers prepared, Ae. 1
We have for sale lots in the City cf Brownville,
South Brown vio, Nemaha City Table Rick, Omaha,
St. Joseph, Mo., 'Elwood, Kansas Territory, Lands
near Table Rock, Pawnee connty, for salo. Also, in
Nemaha county, improved property for sale or rent.
Office Corner main and First Streets.
LticinslTopkins.l'rs't Importers A TradersTJank N.T.
David Hoadley Prs't Panama Railroad,
Gn. C. T. Ilillyer Charter Oak Bank, Ilartford,
Lee. Butler A "Co. Ilartford, Conn-
Collins, Kellogg tKirby SwLouis, Jlo,
Thomas W. Pnelps --- -.-Mobile, Ahv,
C. Wilson Co. InUw, Ala.
Wm. P.Webb,Afy.-. "
M. B. Osborn A Co Rot k Island, III.
Ja s H Archibald. Genl A D . I . A W.I1. It. Scranton
GiZlespie. Pearce A Co., Bankers
Rev. T. S. Wrd"- -
Ijatborp A Jones-' y
B.C. Morse--"- "
William Frothineham. Alt'?"-
'Sc rant on. Pa,
Re-1 Falls N. V
-Albany, N. Y.
Rev. R. Nelson. Principal Wyoming Semi nary, N.Y
J. A. Parker rf- Co- - Washinrtoa. 1). C
A. T. Gilmer. Itocciver Land OiSee--.- "".-OBiah
Horace Everett, -. v-.Ccuiwil Bluffs, Ia,
yrowanila, April 1,1558. , -
:iILT0N T.; CLARK,-
T7niE3 4 '.JblTD ' LIQUOED,
DATIXGr purchased t!ie entire stock "cf Goods belong
ing to J. R. Davis, tgfther with Urgo a:id extensive
additions jntt received, I sia nw prepared to furnUh
every variety of
ilcary asjiS faiacy Groceries,
J'OJt HOTEL.ASO FAMILY VSE.
rv.i. , . ' . - . ,',,.
Ihaviia store, and fcr salij cheap, a l.irje supply ct
quality Rio and Java
. Havana. crush 1 1 sad test article of fcrewa sujar.r
" :A JIOLASSES.
Large strpply of auerio Kerr Orleans molasses, Bcl
. ciit-r ael GoKIctt Syrup.
r TOBACCO AJS'D SE.GARS, s-
Exbjusire variety and ail of the best brands.
t'.- r r
PICKLES. " -"
A jreat -variety and put up expressly for titaljy use.
.; i : . . .
: PIE FRUIT, ' ;
Every description of Fruit, such as
Fresh, Peaches, 'Apples, Cherries. Goose
berries, Currajits, Rubarb, , . .
For sale cheap : and warranted fresh and good. , -'
OYSTERS AXD SARDINES,
A large supply of the best brands and warranted good.
J ' ''''.(
A large qurntity ol various articles ef domestic use too
tedious v mention. , , i -
VIHES AND LIQUORS,
Native, : ;
: r.r fi Champagne,.: r ' r;:
I . !.: aiiiscatr "$ ' ,H:i
. , :..)... a. v., Sherry, and'-""' ,;-
. ... . . -' '-. r'r f ' Claret - Wines.
- 'Extra Qualify of ' .
French and American Branilies,
1 ' BRANDIED CHERRIES,. . .
TTolfe'H SUeldam ; Schnapps,
Old Mono ngehela, 13ourbon, and Rye
' t. "Whiskey,
COMMOX WHISKEY, ALE, be.
' t CHEESE,
; Just received 60 boxes superior Western Reserve for
sale cheap for cash. '
MILTON F. CLARK. -
: ALL these holding accounts against J. R. Davis will
call on the.-subscriber apd have then cancelled; and
those Indebted to him will please call and settle, as long
er wdwlswBee will ioi he rtverr.
t ,-..s-.,, MILTON F. CLARK.-1
TYPEib1 STEREOTYPE FOOHDRY
No. 168 Vine St, bet. Fourth and Fifth,
, Cincinnati, 0.
C F. O DI1IX OI.I, &, CO.
Manufacturers and dealers in News, Book ana Job
Type, Printing Presse?. Cases, Uallies, Ae., Ae.
Ink, and Printing Material of Every Description,
STEItEOTYi'IXG of all kind Books, .Music.
PatentMedicinc Directions, Jobs, Wood Ecgrerings,
Ac, te. . i
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
iOHW P. TYSOIt.
W. W. HAXKNIT,
t -'GENERArLATO AOERT3.,:." "
S i ... BROWNVILLE. XEMAUA C O...IT. T.
Land TTarrants JJought and Sold. Land entered on Time.
Claims and. Town Lots Boucht and Sold. Loas Mooeyr
Make Investments and Locate Warrants oa time, for
Pre-Emptlon Papers Prepared.
OFFlCE-r-Xext door to U. S. Land Office.
Geo. n. N i ion, Register L. O., :
C. B. Smit'i, Receiver,. " ,
Brownville, X. T.
smock . h illiams,' '
Omaha Clt v.N. T.
' Council ElutTs, Iowa.
Warren, Penn. .,
,"St. Louis, Ma. ' ,
St. Joseph, " ;
L. K. TuUle,
B. R. Pegnim A Co., Bankers,
non, G. W. Soofield,
R. L. McGliee fc Co., .-
Tootle A Fiiirleigh,
Of'.. 1. '07
sy r PINE DOOUS, For sale, by
O - . ; i. t.
WnYTE A CO.
M. O. WILKINSON.
PUETT & WILKINSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OMADI, IN. A.
Will attend to all business entrusted to their care
Col. Jesse Williams,
Omaha City, N. T.
Gov. Jos. A. Wright,
Mr. F. N. Eoock,
Hon. John G. Davis, '
Hon. Geo. L. Miller,
ZOOK & BALDWIN,
Porost Oity, TVTo.,
. Dealer .n .
Z5 TEJ Or
- . ' r . '. ' And J
Dye Woods, DyesttilTs,
Oils, Paints, and Painters Articles
Varnishes, Window-glass and Putty,
French, English, aD& American Perfumery.
invp . -1 . t i : e U x
-ff J A C WllCt UUU BU.VIU SUSp, 11UQ U.lf uu
f tooth brushes, paintbrushes, Hursical and dent-
4 al instruments, spices, snuffs,, manufactured
tubacco; all the patent medicines of the day; pure
wine and brandies, for medio.il purposes; choice
toilet ano lancy articles, etcete.
Asents for the sale of
Wistar'e Balsam of Wrild Cherry.
Rognr's Liverwort, Tar and Canchalagua.
Osgood's India Cbolagoirue, '
Jones' American Cholagogue;
Guytt's Yellow dock and Sarsaparilla;
' Smi'.h's Tonic Syrun. . '
July 53, 1S57. . vSnl-yly
STAXO FKOJi XXDEH !
To all whom It may concern, yoti are hereb informed
that the undersigned ia now engaged in putting up tbe
best classof Lightning Rods manufactured in tbe East,
and on the a lost reasonable tern is Having had long ex
perience in the business, he warrants all work done by
mm to be doae right. u. u. haula.
James Bnchanan, Washtncton. D. C.J J. C. Brecken
ridee, Wastungton, D C; Mrs T ctoria. Lonilon, Ecg-
Uim;; Louis napoleon Bonaparte, Paris, France; Emper
or Alexander, St. Petershorg, Rni-sia.
BaOWXVILLE March 26 QcSdtf.
Attdrcej7 at Law
Has resnned hi professional business, and will prac
tice ia all the Courts tf Nebraska, and the Courts in
Atcbinson county, Mo.
Oulce one 'loor west of I..T. Whyle's Storej BrownvHle
Kebrasxa. , ".'
rwvilhi April 01659.. . tWly
Y " ' 'J fJ"s' a , . I -yy . rnygarf
I i . - - 9 ! . I
Ills, i'efcraskri Z t :
J;H. IIAUIT C; Co.,
J L. i.Has Jast- receWcd Sej . ;
r is l J f O.JiVi IjU V isO,
Consisir'ji, in part of tho follwh"
article:, wmch they propose to soil ;
, ". i ' '-it.-..--.. . . . i
4, Cheap, for Cash:
Fare white lead :-.
C.Kor oil ,
. Cxd liver oil
Olive oil '
Patent BieOI.-lnes, all sorts
Faucy cacdi sa '
Tooth bntshn ' . '
Cloth Brushes "
Almonds soft shell
Hard .Le!l Aluonda -Filberts,
pc;xans v .
Oysters ia eta
Black ar.JInij Teas ,
rencb s.oc ,
hina x:cs . - -
Saw and burnt umbra
snners oil . , .
Varnish brashes '
fttsu and window tools
M ali brushes
Lettering Pencils , .
:iuiel hair pencils ,
Of the best brands, chewing and sntcklax. Cigars fin
est quality and flavor. .
FR UITS A.YD LIQ U0RS.
Preserved fruit for pies, bran J.ed peacliea. fresh pea
ches in cans, pure liquors for lne-i.cU puiUAd, Jamaica
am, Holland G.n, Irish hisiy, Bourbon wbisy, ginger
randy, Cordial, Port wine, cherry wine, white wiae.
Malaga wine. . ' .
STA TI0.YER Y.
.Foolscap paper, fjiitcy letter paper, gUJ edze notes.
nd envelopes, plsin, fancy and embossed; pens and pen
holders, inks of all kinds, tntstaads and Falters peuuls,
sealing wax waters. '
A Splepdid Assortment of Perfumeries,
Comprising Lyon's Kathairion, cologne, pom made
genuine ox marrow, bear grease and oi!8, mujkanda.
sences of all kinds and nf the finest quality.
53" Physicians' Prescriptions attended ' -
of the day and night.
A SPLENDID ASSOm'iriT
TEAS, '-i-i: .--
: . i . , .5 - .v.
CANDLES, . - i
P 0 WDER AjYD SIIO T
Vfiih all article usually found at such places,
They invite their friends and tht public generally to
ive them a call, and they pledge themselves to Rive them
satisfaction as to price and quality of their goott;.
Nov. 81, '67-v-n22 -.
ROCK PORT, MO.
BEGS leave to inform the public that he has located
In tbe above named town aud offers for sale a choice
CL 0 CKS, WA TCHES, JE WELR Y,
ami other articles usually kept in sack establishments at'
prices which cannot be complained f. Being an exper
ienced watchmaker be flatters himself that in repairing
watches, clucks and jewelry he can give perfect satisfac
tion. 1 Cm.
Land Warrants !
FOR CASH AXD ON TDIE,
To Pre-emptors. Buy of regular dealers, and avoid
bogus warrants. .
All warrants sold at the office are guaranteed to be
genuine in every- respect, and will be exebamrod if de
fective. Ll'SilBAUGII A CARSON.
Bankers and Dealers in Land Warrants.
Brownville, X. T., April 22, 1858. 043
; NO. 10, MAIN STREET,
Brovrnrilh. Y. T.
WILLIAM T. DEN,
Respectfully informs the public that he has Just re
ceived his new stock ot Boot and Shoe material, and is
now prepared to furnish any desired article in his line
at as low prices a any other establishment in the Ter
ritnry. All work warranted.
He hopes by strict attention to business, and keening
constantly on nana a superior assortment of Leather.
Trimmings, Ac, for home manufacture, to still merit
that liberal patronage which he has heretofore received.
Impairing done on the shortest notice. -2
All werk to be paid for on delivery.
April C2. v2nl
Nebraska Money Take Xotlec
From and after this date we will not take any Ne
braskaptiper except tbe Platte Valley Bank and Bank
Nebraska, only at a discount of ten par rent.
1. T. M HTTE A Co.
Brownville, March Stb, 1S53. nc38.
JOHN A. PARKER & CO.,
JOHX A. PARKER, lata Reu-ister of the Laud Office.
Omaha, H. T., having resigned his i-tltce will hereafter.
a connection with one of the best Land Law$rirers in tbe
country, attend to all bnsineas confided to him; and c
Which he has made himself thoroughly acauainted with
by study and practice for years. '
He reft rs to the Heads of Departments and Members
01 t,ngri?ss of both Houses.
All apt I teat ions for services mast be accompanied with
a fee to tasure attention. ,
January 2S. 1358.
X0EL, LAKE & EMERSON.
23ro"Crxa.xrllle, 1ST. T. '
N. B. We would rr?eetf ully inform tho eiti-
xens of Nemaha county and adjoining; Missouri, that
we nave always on band a large and well selected
supply or liUJlUii;, which we can furntahatlow
er rates than any mill in the Territory. ,
alarkei prices paid Tor logs delivered at the yard
or on tho bank of the river. - .-
Ail orders accompanied with the cash, will receiv
our immodiate attention.
T. H. EDWAKDS. AVOKEW I. EEEBT
EDW ARDS & . BERRY,
Proprietors of the
BroirnvIIle, IV. T.
The undersigned havrng entered into a co-partnership
in the hotel business at tbe above named House, and
having made an eat we change of rooms. Ac., and tomt :e-
tely repaired and renovated the whole establishment
they are prepared to accomuxdat the travelling puLllc
and regular boarders in a style not surpassed by an
outer hotel ia tne Territory.
aau every facility ooerM to place our gueMs at esse,
and aupply tiem as near as possible wita Vie t jrcferu
ef a home.
AprU8, ISSa. n4t-2m EBWARD3 A JJ." ::T
johk. r. vystY. cnia. r. tou.T
KINNEY & HOLLY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
xeizi:as2aa cu t, r. x.
Will practice in the Courts of this Territory. Collec
tion anf criminal business attended W throughout Ne
braska, Western Iowa and Miisoari. i.l attend the
-Courts at Brownville. v3nJ-en
3an.-k Matrasseijnst rccclv&tat tie store of
Auz-tlSer. Ml " I. T. wTim.-
.i ' 1 or i "c''-1 V
. ..-;.'on, la.tl.tl it Ui
a sf svjrct-wa ct Itia a?-
cins br ti .r!; r t url
Ati sd 1 ii-jiru-s. J". r
ft'i:.. ia i-jwiiit t --j.
t.r..".ii.d ara-i, 1 Lv.
K.i.NK, and its' i-r tested 4ar
ln? two a. tut .tii-1 at U
(rkus of 'rnl , H i.i ew soaj-"
I i;i? iu to Rprrjl o. in irry sc-
,.- , t 'U of t. c.-. .-; i s oj,aol
iarr!jna c.ir- sr. tTtrywfctr
tif ste.Uig as '.oa.fi. xtut
THE AFFLICTED EEJOICE.
riwrrs a'. Tn.v.-xr
I? i b.'il i i ii:ij, i 1 ar
Lio-.ii PAIN and U.-TK.
Kli.ilivUiw rifr.i f f
v t eortv litTw vou tiiS I"'1
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Tot tbe liwlf j sr-rvVr t
s-ef' ban.!, fc.r It sllxt. n
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aa.l immr u't :,o-r, oi.ro sav
irg from- lirflth. - f rery atesrW
' tfut and m.ir re. trj sbnuld
-- kwn It. - Who tUt In l.rard th
siirii'ks cf sivhInIi titlpiei.1 by tins
vridt-i and muinte-! ,H-i:ai f
' e jf..icn a;wl C'-l i-a-i. i1' s tJ
. I , feel that H-xmt mei i s of r- erim '
', Uivir ttrt(.ra siiou'ut a".aya ba
; cTT,ttibi. T l ' . - extl in ll m
. b-iunjr raia c-i..u-..i.u-;fi tL ItM
iiiz?s' ecu? a:
It eurM CAKF3 IV TTTS
r. it east. fiiK Mrri.Es,
Mjl::: Iilir,l-!U-iXy.Ae. la
tl.rs ulio pH-e a fore sliia.
v.ii'l cf pini'les, Motcls. scurf
and all di-vrrrstiiw and T- "
ei-exceiices, should attack
tliesa trespasser, on beauty a '
iimrtin mr.iit! ipiMtt
ilU tliu ATCT1C IJXliil.NT. "
It ia eserllfiit for tins Hair,
p-ivins; it a tenUlty, giossy ap--eiira
uci. 1 1 is
.COCD rCH IXAIZ JlITD
xr?T it is
rX'f 'J wbici. t
IT?" ''( i-vtb.
Tt Is a sovereign rainejy kx
tuous diarawa silk
Irnrw ar, af!tictd, au?-
HAl.r. tUll'MH, hCRAK'H-
l-.S. i W tKX Y, S1A MS, KlStl-
I'tlNF, UlG-IlrAD, K'lA.
tVlf, Ae. No fcrnwr, ln,ry 4
stabln lo'ener, r any fwt,
pwiiing talxuMo li 0l;SE."i,
slinulii be iliiout iLia Talua
X'e ton lj .. . - . ,
For aala by all ref ?etab; ri:;sihts and JVi'ors. ;
rriceaof tlis I.iiiiiitnt. Ci eeots, 50 cents ard fl a tot .
tls. A oi-do'..ir l !tio cculaiiia vs much liuiirciit as
eight twenty areeeiit hot ti . . J
Ererv rnrelwwr of a dollar bottle of the ARCTIC I JV.
1MKNT reeives, at Dr. liisgi's jpeuxe, the LMTEO
STATIS JOL'RN'AU of Xe York, for one jear. The
Journal is a lai-ga illustrated r per each number eon-
taininj sixteen pa-, beautifully (Tinted oa clar Kbit
paper, and liiied with oriifinal matir I mm the most bril
liant writers of tlie rntmtry. ' tertmcam ni !iocnpiK)a
and full particulars of tbe novel and jjiil.intliropte so
terprine, of which this effer torma a jr wii aceooipany
each botUe. . . jt- -
An AliFN'T WANTm in FTFITT TOv aud Tn LAGE.
EtllAGU b IM KHOWCS, Si. Inl,
Nbw Yx Omcs, No. CTl L.IOAl'WAT.
Communications should always be addressed te St. Louis.
J. II, MAUN
Si CO.," Affects,
' - - ' r.rownvl'.le, X. T.
, , ... ... .
H. M'tACCHLIX.' " .'CKAS. DORSET.
3l2ln Street, ErowuTHIe,J..T.,' ..
Buy and sell Land Warrants, make out aad file declar- .
atory statements make out pre-emption papers) pay
tanes,' investigate titles J ' ' , k r
Bir and celt property oa eofnmissioa ( furwlah landi
warrants for time entries, and attend to all ether busi
ness connected with a general land agency bosoess.
Particular attention paid to tbe selection of Govsrn.,
meat land and the location ef land warrants for partita
residing 3t a distance. i
McLAflillLIN A DORSET rsinectf oily refer to '
George U. Nixon, Esq., Register Brownville Land"
Office.. - '
Chr!es B. Smith, Es.i., Receiver of Public Moneys
Xerruha Land District. . i
Robert W. Furnas, Esq., Editor Advertiser Brownville
Messrs. Luhb.nch A Carson, Bankers, Brownville,
Hon. W. M. T. Hamilton, naeerstown, Maryland.
Lewis R. Newcomer Es. Baltimore, Md.
O II Barnet, Et , Dayton, Ohio. !
Hon. Fenner Fnrgtisoo, Delegate In Congress from
Xetraka Terrritory, Washington, D. C.
John A. Beal, Esq., Attorney at Law, Pern, Ind.
Brownville, April 2v no43tf
DISSOLUTION OF PARTXERSHIP.
The partnership between J. II. Maun and A. S. ltolla-
riay in the Drug business under tbe name and style ef
J. H. Maun A Co, commenced April loth 1858, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be
Continued in the name of A. S.Uolladay, who will settle :
the affairs of tbe laie Arm. A. 8. IIOLLADAX,
May 17, 'iS, ,47-3t J. U. MAL.V. .-i
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
nolladay A Arnold dissolved partnership in -the
practice of Medicine and the Drug business, April 10th,
Either will attend to the settlement ot the busi
ness of the firm. Tbie knowing themselves indebted
iil saveeost of suit by calling immediately and pariuc
their in.lebte.lncss. A. S. HOLLADAT.
May 17, '6. 47-3t VS. ARNOLD.
IT. II. ULLiIA3XS,
WnOLEKALK AND BBTAtL PCALEB If
STOVES & TINWARE.
TAKES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or
iron and the public in eencral. that he has on
hand the mo?t extensive stock of Stores and Tin
ware, ever offered in this market. My stock of Tin
ware is of my own manufacture, and is for tale at '
Wholesale and tie! a II at i?t. Louis prices.
1 would call particular attention to. my stock ef
COOKING STO VKS, eomprisin the nest ItnTroved
patternsboth Air-Tiht and I'remiura. Amonj? thtnj
maybe found Filly's Charter Oak, the best sue sow
in use, the Asiatie Air-Tight, l'ioneer and priae Pre
mium. Also' - .---
Parlor & Box Stoves n
Of various Sixes and Iattcrns, which 1 wiil
SELL LOWER TIIAN ANT riOUSE IX TOTTN".
Particular attention paid to makinz and putirlcz .
op Tin Gutters, in tho town and country. Also, re- .
pairing done on short notice and cn reasonable term.
Old copper, Brass and IVwter taken in exchange
for work or ware. W. W. WILLIAMS.
Tt-n3 Oregon, Mo., July , 185ft.
f-f:r jr-3 -r-v- TVT-fn
Patent Portable Mill,
THE subscribers have entered into a partnership
under the firm of Reed, lfoibml A Co., to
manufacture the J. C. Reed, Tatcnt Portable Grist
Miil and are no prepared to furnish all those ia
want of a good Corn or Wheat Mill that for dura
bility, simpliety and economy ; excel any Mill in the
world. On the late exhibition of the Mechanic
institute in Ciacinnaii,a Gold. Hcdal was awarded
them for it. ....
It is adapted to all Graia rindin purposes; it Is
superior to all others for tbe most extensive MnrhaB
Mill, as it is for grinding the Farmers feed by Horse
power. - - - ' -
ThoaboTe Mills are manufactured by the under
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, O., where theV
eon be furni.-hedin any quantity at short notice.
The above Mills warranted to perform as follows:
Z6 it. diam., per hour 59 13. Corn, 25 Wheat, $300
1 f U U LL U O LL K LL
24 tt u u w ij u . 2a
2 , a i j. m g . tt 15o
As this Mill tells its own str.ry.it is unnecessary to
quote from t nr numerous rccominendations,reeeired.
- - Bl?. JOSEPH, MO.
JAMES CARGILL Prorrietor.'
UFACTURZ3 and keep. consUctt
on ha id for sale, all kinds of Floor. Tit a!
aad Feed stt ffs. Orders solicited and promptly Ailed
on most fan rable tenrji. Cah paid eocaUntly for
tVhaat. Forcbaracter of Flour refer to everybody
that ever n.i it. -St.
Joseph, Mo., An. 30,1353. rlnl3-y
B3UGIAS. ; SAL
Main street, oae Jocr West of Post-Ofke,
Ercwrtrine, N. T.
The snbscr'bers repe-tfuily inform the public that
they have opened tlie at ivg stioon, where tbe best qua
Wiaes, Ii'quora, F vra. Oysters, Eardinest.
and every ref-e-hment for the inner man, usual ly kept,
at such estahlishmen a. will be found and servs.1 op in
Orst style. . UOfykPBBK- .
BfowBvUl April 15-h, ISm.
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