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Twi, J oLsCo'bocu.J'ba II. Likens, W.H.Fenoik,
Dt, r. J. UeAsb.s, A. O. Ma.nr. ' ,
. lie A? sax, See'y.
new reay to rewire application for L'.ft , Tire,
lannfasd Kiverrisks. A casa return of .pe
test. w..l re allowed on cargo pre.uu..
proujpUy aJjiutcl, and the uual faculties gireo ts
tfc pxtron of the oee.
inrii 1 rLh. IS57- '4-3a
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WEBSTER. MARSH U
Heady Ilado Clothing, :
5, Main St., St. Louis, lie.
ai.80 rxLL stock or
GENT'S AND EOY'S CLOTHING,
. Tbic e oCer as Iowa ipt Hne In the City.
WE'JSIta, JIAliSC i CO.
. j. w. McDonalds co.,
Jo. 79, Fcarth street, St. Louis, Mo.
.Are tVg the ptare of all other mscbirw t
Tier are !he Simplest, Spced.est, CUeapeit ail tatt
arl! Mjfir.ea xiUat. .
kzzzU Wanted In lury TcTm in
: . tre West .
B. F. SNYDER,
, And Steamboat Agent, .
sr. josepii, no.
Xll I ba at tba Lerce at all huura upon th amral of
Itaamboata, and attend to the Collection of 1U1U and
Bnstnent left with him witi prompt JifptcSi; al attend
to the Receiving of good fur boat, eitlier for St. Louia or
npper Kiswnri. .
Will be foond In the ofSce of Dolman fc wt Beal
SaUieAgenu, Market Sqnare. -
MILLER & BOISAUBIN,
' Importertef French and German
Kirct, S:tr-L,!rlit, and Floor Glass,
IS, Second St., St. Louis, Mo.
Manufacturer of Ornamental Looking-G!a Framea.
Stained Glass in all its Various Eranch.es,
- for Churches, Public and Private
. t Buildings . .
Ornamental lVorkfor Steamboats.
HA YD EN & WILSON.
Importer! and Manufactvrcrt of
CSjQlID 13 LSH. "ST
Carriage Trimmings, Siddle Trees,
Ilarnes, Springs end Axles,
Pafent and Enameled Leather,
' - HARNESS, Sc
". " " BRIDLE LEATHER.
1t tf-f- Ctvaof Cf I nib rft
Are prepared to offer to their cuatomen and the trade
aa asaortment of article ntisurpasied, tn qoautr and
cbeapneaa, by any Uooae In their line, Eaat or Wen.
SCARRITT A' MASON,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers oi
Furniture and Upholstery
Washington Arenue, between
IEC05D AltO THIRD St'b, ST. LOUIS, ltO
In onr Wareroom vill b found the latest and best
etjlc, made l y the best workmen and of superior mto
rial nd tlnifh.
KDSTEADS Fine Roewood and Mahogany, Walnut.
0k aud Cherry, wit high post and Canopy.
S1DEBO ABDS EosewiKMl, Mahueany, O-k anI VTal
BUt w:t'o Stelre and Marble T;ua.
WARDROBES and SKCKETAaiES. Rosewood, Ma
tog any, Oak and Walnut. '
boKAS Mahopany and Walnut, corercd in tair Cloth,
X.atitig and lirrvaleile.
. 81 EKAUS Fine Rosewood, Matofracy, Oak and Wal
nut, with iiecasea, Marble Top and Oval Glasie.
boosewood. Mahogany, Oak and Walnut WasLitands,
Center and Side Table with Marbl Tops.
HAT RACK3 Hose wood, Mahogany, Oak and Walnnt
el many Htylea. m-
Ait: Fine Roewxvl, Mahogany, Oak and Walnnt
Parlor, Easy and Rocking Chairs ; every variety of Cnsh-
loo, Rnft and Cane Seat Reception and Cottajte Chairs ;
Recumbent Chairs, Piano blouls, Ottomans, loot stools,
Comer cud Side Whatnots, Extension Tables, Showei
Baths, Ice Boxes, Wire and Tji Su.'es, Scarritl' Patent
I,m rg Bedbteads.
GILT UX)K.lNO GLASSES Splendid Pier Glasses,
Orals, Mantle and Square; Wood 1'ramea in larga as
orrie..t. BiiDPlXG Spring, Hair, Hots, rxcelsior and Husk
Matrasses; Feather Bed, Pillows, Bolster, Comfort,
Sheeu, Ac, ail of the best mateiial, and warranted to
be rresu rweet and new.
Every article warranted as represented, and at price
! iw a any other house in the city for oorrespuudini
Order solicited and faithfully died. '
We cordially invite every one who wUhos to call and
r in une and price our goodn, as we are pleased to show
ur I'Mxl. and give you ail the information in onr power.
All articles sold by us carefully packed and delivered
n ktMt or at the house,
Very Respectfully, SCARRITT ii MA SOX.
; . SPHIXG AD SIMJIER COODS.
FII3D, BEAHDSLEE & CO.,
Inpcrtcia and Jobbers,
l?Iecc Goods Tor 3IcnS ITear,
Vo. 3, A'ai'n ttrtil, St. Louii
We art now in receipt of a larjre and complete stock
f fo.U suitable for the Spring and Summer trade which
weoCcr on the most favorable terms. The stock con
aiattia part of the folluir. goU, via:
Caaaimors; DoeVir.M Sati-jcts Tweeds; Cashmeretts
eant; Cord tin re i ilulekiui ; Lioene ; Cottocadca; Al
paca DrapD'Etuss; Farmer' Satins; Testinits; Vel
vet Serge kc.j every descripiiun of tailor' and cloth
ier' tri minings. A complete stock of Blanket. X full
vortment oi wtiol hiru and drawer. '
Merchants, Ckithier and Tailor visiting the city for
the purpose of buying their Epilog Stock will find it to
their interest to examine our stock before making their
election All order will revive promrt attention.
FIELD, BKARDbLES t CO.
April 16, 183 no4
New Spring Goods,
BROWN & CO.,
Xo. IS, Main Street Saint Lonls,
Invite Merchan' visiting St. Louis to their Immense
tock oi Xew Spring Goods,
mrcHTATioir or ie53.
Black Groda RiiUie Bilks; Black and Colored Satin ;
Printed Jaconets; Challiet; lutiapcsj White Uonrts
Krohruiirric Lace Good.; Gloves; Eosiery ) Lac
Brows k. Co., bare ready for exhibition tie latest
sarorn and American styles of boopa and hoop skirt ;
French Skirt rcoos ribbon of all styles, ailk cravats,
ds tri aiminps; brubes, combs, button, together with
five ca Piramls, of the latest and most fahi sable
Cah tuyers, close purchaers, and prompt men, vis
iting tLi market, are invited to examine our stork and
BROWK, 4. CO., 73 Miin Sireet Salut Louis.
A?Hl 15, ;s:i& no 42.
Lumber ! Lumber ! !
TV are pre; a red to furnitli at oar Stcwn Saw Mil!,
pposite Lrownviile in "Prairie Forest,"; ali kinds of
lumber asnal'y frond in the Weft, nd nie choice
lumber aital! fir wnjj'ins, f urnUere. at4 fjf build
ing purpose?, di., tuti m Uiokorj, Oak, Ash, LUck
M alnnt, Svesmore, Lina and Cttouwood, wLich we
have oodsUctIt on bard.fr will prejatre at short ne
tic.at the lowest mar'aet price, bill siiwed to or---dor,
for tianihots. ' AVill gaw lgs ea tb share,
or hy the hrir Ired. T.V.li iV lambtr can h left at
uryrr.oe,ia UrfWDVil. We will aisti f itrxish lutc
Vsr saw apon th jliares or r7 the hnrdrtai at otir
at iame tclt. . U0ALL1. i .6 11
Brrtwpyviie. April 1." - - -
will five employment to a good, tndutitrious Potter,
wU keaalnted with the business.
. iC2S McTEtEiOX.
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TFERt ta lo ig trvilfi p-aVJc dernarid for as
efTertive purgative f ill which could be relied on a
sure and perfect a;'e in ita cpetttion. ' This l
been prepared to meet that demand, and an extcn
sive trial cf its T jrtaea Saa eoncliuivelj shown with
what snc cess it aseoint'asiiM the t urpose designed.
It is efcirj to mV; a physical pui, but not easy to
wake the bet ef U piUs one -rhich should havj
one of the ohiectioi:, bnt all the advantages, of
every otlier. Ilia ha brn attempted here, and
wiiil whrt success we vroma respecuu'-y
the public decision- I t has been unfortunate for
the patient hitherto Ciat almost every prjrgatve
modicine iii acr.a.oikufl ani irrits.tir.R to tlie bow
el. Tbi i net. Many of them produce so meek,
prriping pain and rcviJion in the system is to more
than cotiriterbainnoe the good to be derived from
tV.am. Truss mOu rroduce no irritation or pain,
unles it arise com a previously existing ob trac
tion or derangement fca the bowels. Being purely
vegetabla, no harrn can arise from their titse m saiy
o.uantitj ; but it is bctler that any medicine should
be taVen iudioifrislr. Minute directions for their
use in the several diarauies to which they are ap
plicable are givta ffl the box. Among the com
plaints which lave baen tpeecLly etired j them, w
may mcrtiia Liver Complaint, in its various forms
of Jatmcioe, Indigeaticn, Languor and Loss of Ap
petite, Listlcns, imtebility, nuous Uftounr,
Bilious Fever, l ever imd Ajrie. ain in the f ide
and Loins ; for, in tiutlx, all these are but the con
sequence of disfasol action in the liver. As aa
aperient they aflord prompt and nre relief in Co
tiverses, Piles, OoUe, lyentry, Ilnrnorn, Scrofula
and Scurry, CoMs wr.th soreness of the bony, Liners
and impurity cf the blood, Irregularities; in short,
any and every case where a purgative is icquueu.
They have also produced eome singularly rac
eeful cures in Shrimatism, Gout, Droprr, Gravel,
Erysipelas, Talritation of tee Heart, nuns m tne
Baca, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely
taken in the spiirg cf the year, to purify the Uocd
aud prepare the arttem tor me ccange vi km.
An occaakmal dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthv action, snd restores the ayrpe-
vriT. Th.?v nurifv the blood, and, by then
stimulant action ca the circulator system, reno
vate the strength cf the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies cf the whole organism.
Hence an oicasicmnl dose is advantageous, evtn
though no serious derangement exists ; but ton
neceaaary dosing sliould never be caxriisd too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces tho strength.
when taken to excess, i ne inousana cae in siutu
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
they suggest themselves to the reason of every
. body ; and it is confidently believed this pill will
answer a better purpose than any thing which has
hitherto been available to mankind. When their
. virtues are nee known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a
cathartic medicine. Being sngar-wrapped, they are
pleataxt to take, and being purely vegetable, no
harm can arise from their uae in any quantity.
For miauta direc lions, see wrapper on the Box
j . . ' r&EPAEEO BT ' ' J
DR. JAMES C. AYER,
r ructical and Analytical Chemist,
LOWELL, MASS. '
Price U Cert per Sox. Fit Soxes for $L
A YE ITS
For the rapid Cure of
corcsrs, colds, iioArsexcss,
CROIT, ASTIim, AXD
Thii remedy has wen for itself such notoriety
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide is the field of its use
fulness, and so numerous me cases oi u cures,
thai almofct every section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming arid even desperate diseases of the,
lungs by its use. When once tried it superiority
ever every other medicine of It kind Is too appa
rent to escape obs ervation, and w here ita virtues are
known, the public no longer herniate what antidote
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate. Not only in formidable attacks
upon the lurgs, but for. the milder varieties of
Colm, Covghs, Hoakbkkebs, tc ; and for Chit
Pkkx it is the pleasantest and safest modicum that
can be obtained.
As it has long been m constant use throughout
this section, we seed not d more than assure the
people ita quality is kept up to the best that it ever
has bean, and tlikt the genuine article ia sold by-
J. II. MAUN & C0
Brown ville,' K T.
People's Independent Line.
Season Arrangement of the new Mis
souri River Passenger Steamer
CAPT. JOE HOLLAND. ' :
T"1 wRegnlar Council BlutTs, Omaha City, Flor
,C5aMSrence ad Sioux City Packet, Tor Sioux City,
I loreuce, Ouiba, Council Bluffs, Bellevue, St. Mary's,
PlatUraouth, Wjoniirc City, Nebraska City, l.indcn,
Brownville, Rockport, Ileruraie's Landing, Saint Steph
en, White Cloud, Forrest City, Oregon, low Potnt, Sa
vannah, St. Jorenh, Doniphan, Atchison, Weston, Fort
Leavenworth, Leuvenworh City, Kansas City, &c.
Tbencw, swift, and majmitlcent passenger and freight
iteanx-r ALONZO ClilLL', Joe Holland Vaster, will,
npon the openicgof navigation, resume her regular trips,
in the above trade, and to all the intermediate point oe
the Missouri river. Her patrons caa rely not only upon
her continuing in the trade during the entire coating sea
con, but of Sadie? this season, as during the past, that
for quickness and regularity of trip, as well a superi
ority of passenger accommodations, and general arrange
ments, that they are not excelled by those of any otber
boat running on the river; having recently been placed
in the mist unexceptiohabte condition throughout, pre
paratory to engaging in the approaching season' busi
The steamer Alor.ro Child, Is hew, having run hut a
portion of one season, and for the very liberal patron
age sbe ha received, Capt. Iloiland de&irea to present
hi thank to hi friend, and to say to tbemthat they will
find bis boat and officers fully up totbe standard of a
ftrstclati, we'l oftkered Missouri River passinger steam
er, an.1 as inch hope to receive a reasonable obareof
the patronage of the shipper and the public generally.
Xar4t 38. v2a3 ......
JOHAt CBAME. THEODORE R1U.
rOBWAlDIDO AKDCOXMISStOH MEBCRATS,
AND STEA5I BOAT AGENTS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Dry Goods, Grocerie
Hardware, O.neensware, Furniture, stove,
1 iour, Bacon, Kc
sept. 24, '57 Lbowkville. N Tr
1S53 Sl'ItLNO SALES. 1S5S
W.F.ENDERS & CO.,
"vTIioIcfialc Cloihing Warehouse,
rfo 62, Jfiua Strrrt, St. Loui;
Have just reoni vcl a fall and complete tock of Spring
and Summer clot hit it; wiiich is unsurpassed in extent.
quality, and woi kuianhip, In any otber house in the
Union. Ail our clothing is made by u expressly
for this market, at cur Manufactory, Simmoaa block,
Large and cl.wo buyers wit! find it for their Interest
ta give os a call, a pledge ourselves to sell for cash.
or to prompt men at price that will defy all compe
tition. A fall Mock for Sutler and Santa Fe trade.
Wm. F. KDl'.HH, St. Louis, John W, BKiXLOW,
Boston. no 3
Reaper cSc Mower for 1858
C I1TATT& Co Agents,
St. Joseph, Ifittovri,
Is again offered lo the farmer of Missouri, and Nebraska,
as the best Heater ia the world, aud the best combined
Reaper and Iltn tr, not is warranted. For five year
past t have avoided attending the variou State and
County Fairs, for the purpose of seeking premiums, re
garoisg my machine a too well knowa to need that sort
of commcndatiuii. In July last the Cnited State Ag
ricultural society, at their Fair at Syracuse, New fork,
awarded un I
GOLD 1IEDAL tad DIPLOMA.
For the be&t rper, after a severe test. In heavy tan
gled ry over hi! ly and uneven ground. Also the slreat
Council Medal' was awarded by the exhibition of all na
tion lu London in liiil to C. MoCormick. ne the ground
cf the original!: tr and value of bi AMERICAN RKAP
KR. and i!o t the great French Exhibition at Paris, la
lSr5, vnsawirdrdtbe Grand Gold Medal of Honor. Also
ttetj.-'.i.rst priz awarded to any reaping machiae by the
Rjil Arricui'.ural Society of England in 1S57, and (till
more t orioui. the blichest tatisictioa and approval of
over lO) Ooo tixtntr ti my own tountry.
Farmer des inn t) iicCortiiirt Rasper aad Sfawer for
the prasent jesjf Will rsr ty leavinc their orders
Bt.ou.d sHit n before the 1st ay of Mares next.
i April 15, 16S3D&42 . ...
House, Sign, & Ornamental Painter,
- GLAZIER, f-c.
nmoTyisTixxjc i?. t,
XJT AfWrs a b Irtl A City Drug Store. JEt ,
The undersigned will sell valnafcle claim at s tar-
Kaia, M ttey ire teteraane't 1 sell. It eo!is;i of 168
acres, ell bottom l;ind; ttynt one call of wbjcb ss Umber
and the balance prairie; 40 acre titter fence ani culti
vation. It fssiiuiited on ite Little J.eaial) ..er? sunt
mi if a from Erown-nlle and a be ot the earn distance (rua
Kensah City.one ri!e norh of Lens's bri !je. -,-'!'" j
tr?ly to th Tu x'r-pe4 va t-e ivmi t '
-. - - - - - j ens icGi?rs
T I li V." A It E
AVi i, jwAllf i J ,u
LKUVV.N VILLE, . ' :
ANyOUXCESto thepnl iio that he las just re
ceived, per Steamer Emma, aTerylurgo and
well assorted stock cf Parlor and Cook Stoves of
newnd improved patterns, aa fallows:
Shanghai Elevated Oven.
' cook srovxa,
' Buck's Clipper Oven.
" Improved Patitrm " '
Charter Oak -all
of which I fledge myself to sell at as fair rate
ard on as accommodating terms as any other eatab
lishment in thid region of country.
I hare also now on hand every requisite variety
nf Tin. Conner and Sheet Imn ware, and am nrerjared
1 L r '
to put op guttering and spooling and all other work
in my line, at short notice, and in a workmanlike
manner, which I warrant to give satisfaction.
A share of patronage is solicited.
Brownville, July 16th, IS37. ' v2a51y
A. B. HOLLABIRD & X0
' MacMsists, Fcunte snd L
I'ront street, "West of Smith, ,
' CINCINNATI, O.
Would most respectfully inform their friends and
the public generally, that they are now pre
pared to execul all orders in their line, with prompt
ness. Caving lately enlarged their shop and with
the increased facilities they now possess, they hope to
merit a continuation of the libml patronage which
nai heretofore been extended to them.
aw MiV Ecgires cf every r Description
Constantly on ban': consisting of the riash, Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears and every description of
. astings, warranted to be well made in every particu
They hare also a Boiler Yard attached to their
establishment, which enables them to oversee all
wcirk in that line furnished by them, and are pre
pared to work on as reasonable terms as any other
shop in the country. ' t r . '
loose in want of anything in our Une, would do
woll to give us a call and examine our new pattern
GEO. S. EAYER & CO.,
in mm nas.
t k'ik '
Grdneral Land Aeents.
Glen wood, i'lattsmouth,
Mills eo, Iowa, 'Cass co, Nebraska.
WILL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Inves
tigating Titles, Paying Taxes, Investing mon
ey, Baying and Selling Town Lota, Baying; Selling
and Locating Land Warrants, and all other business
connected with their profession in Wentcrn Iowa and
J. M. DEWS, Associate Attorney.
Greene, Weare & Benton,
G. Doughty A Co,
Greene, Wear & Rice,
Greene A Weare,
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Ft. Des Mo! net "
Cedar Rapids, -CincincAti,
Cincinnati, Ohio. '
Vincentown, N. J.
Nixon A Goodman,
Tootle A Greene,
N. W. Thomas,
Schooly A Son
Gen. Wm. Irick,
I. Beed A Son,
Robinson A Kro-
Burlington Co. Bank,
. T. E. HAYCOOK,
Attorney at Law :
REAL ESTATE AGEIIT.
Mount Yernon, Nemaha Co., !
Particular attention paid to the practice of law and col
lection of debts In the counties og Xomaha, Fawnae,
Sohnson, and Richardson, Kebraska Territory.
Real estate bought and sold on commission. Land
warrant located (or distant dealrr. Pre-enip-
. uon paper carefully prepared, i
- XEFEEJ TO i ;-.. . f '
Sam. II. Elbert, Plattsmouth, N. T. if
'HP Bennet, Nebraska city. N T
O D Richardson, Omaha ciiy. NT . '
Feaner Ferenson, MC, Bellevne; N'T
Cassady &. Test, Bankers, Council Bluff, Iowa
Cook, Sergeant &. Cook, Fart Desmoines, Iowa.
December a. 1867 n231y
J. V WISTLAKE. A. A. BUTTON.
WESTLAKE & BUTTON,
MACHINE SHOP & FQUfiDRYr
Railroad Car, llock Pump, Bolt
"i f TVT V. Vi.-JJIl- o. r
. vAruer ut iiain ot uiutue oi.t
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Contractors outfits constantly on hdnd. such ss '
Rotary Pump Cars, Sideer End Cars,
Wheelbarrows, Scrapers, Single and
Horse Power Derricks, &c. ' ,
Blacksmithing of all kinds. Bridge andTrnta Bolts of
any length. Workmanship warranted of beet quality.
Fresh Arrivals ! Heavy Additions 1 !
Prices Greatly Reduced!
CURRENCY TAKEN AT PAR tl,
r T T,' v-TW r
Cor. 2nd and Frances sts, Sf. Joseph Jlfo.
HAS just received at his store room, corner of Second
and Francis Streets, St. Joseph, everything desirable in
hi line, whjuh be purchased for the Fall and Winter
trade, at greatly reduced price for Cash, and.whieh he
will sell at corresponding prices for cat h, or to pnnctual
customers. Among hit recent receipt are 60 dot Fresh
Peaches, So dot Prime Apples, 20 dot Assorted Fruits.
20 dot Lobster 1 ft. 3 lb cans, 300 dot Field' celebrated
Oyster pot tip thi f ali. 20 half Barrel new white Fih,
also Codfish, 100 boxes W R Cheese, 60 boxes K D do, COO
lb Currant, 60 boxes fresb raisins, 100 bore dried her
ring, 600 lb Goshen Butter, 200 bbl crackers, 60 bbls
nut assorted, 600 lb Peanuts, 100 bcxe assorted and
fancy candiee. 100 do gum drops and motto Lotengers,
200 drums Figs,&c. Also a large lot lugaa and molasses,
which will be sold at prices considerably below the price
sixty day mo. . . ..r -
St. Joeph. Nov. 8, ISffT. " - ' ' Sia
S. LOCKWOOP. . 1857. ' R. E. POMEROT
Lockwood & Pomerby, .
Wholesale t.nd Retail Dealers in
HATS 'AM ' APS, '
STRAW GOODS. -
Also, Shippers of American Pura of every d
. acription ; for which they will pay
the highest Market Price,
COUNTRY Merchants are invited to examine onr
stock of Rats & Caps for the approaching Spring
and Summer trade, which will be large, fashionable,
and well selected. In point of variecy our stock shall
not be excelled by any House ia St. Louis.
Our prices will be low, terms accommodating.
Call and see us at our New Store. Second St.
St. Joseph, Mo. 32-orn
W. H. BOOTES.
LAKE & H00VEK,
J I JLJA.a
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Brov7avill3 snd Ieraata City,
NEBRASKA TERRITORY. ;
TT7'1LL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Paying
v V taxis, Drawing money, buying and selling
Real Estate, baying and selling on Commission,
Making Collections for distant dealers, and all kiada
of business pertaining to their profession.
Particular attentoin will be given in filing declara
tory statements to pre-empt and procuring War
ranty Deeds from the Town authorities. ,
Persons owning Town lots, residing at a distance
wishing to procure Warranty Deeds will do well o
place the agency in onr hands, (alwa i presenting
their Quit elftim Deeds for said Lot "within the ex
piration of ix mentis, as after that time all let "not
Deeded will be sold. " - ; .; " - ' ; '
Blanks always on hand. . ; - -; -
. N. B. Ijetters of inquirv answered promptly.
March 26. '57. l-ly
-PRESERVED FRUITS; Strawberries, Peachoa,
A u hortkben lea &e , Acetone bad at
. , i . LT. WflYTKIkCO'SL
0 2. Jj c5 JL L iLi j
' y r a
' llaia St-botoea Front
Flour, . Batibn, "
T7E Iiave jaat opened" a heavy Stock of Fall and
v v and fancy liu-, which we are now preparca so
For Casli or Country Produce.
1S57. v2nlS-tf .
I. T. WHYTE & CO'S,
BROWNVIIiLB, N T.
"T7"E have just received an entirely new and largo
VV art reasonable pricea as any est:iblishmont in the West, our motto be.ng -liireana ieiine.
We hnve now in store a great variety of the following articles, which wo purchased for Cash and oonse
qucntly can sell cheap on the same terms : , t , . '
XT ATS A TIH Y1AP.Q-
AiUAW AAAIA V ftati
' . 3?"0"3ETLlrZiai7TLTEtL33,
... i -
Queens war e and Yillo w War e,y
And a One assortment of Light Groceries,
Such as . Spice, Peppers, Soda, v
Salaratus, Ginger, Allspice, etc, etc.
, And a good article of
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
It is a rleasure to us to show good, and we ask you to call round and see for yourselves.
Oct.19.18aZ. v2nl8-lyj I. T. WHYTE & CO.
Brownville, N. T.
THE preprietors would mont respectfully inform the citizens of Brownville and the publie generally that
they have received and are now opening one of the largest and most complete Stocks of Clothing
Ever brought to this market.
Their assortment of
Embraces every variety of Texture hnd Prices ; as to Color, they have Brown, Blue. Black, visible and
invisible Grocn.snd Cloths Casimer.SatineMC.vihn.eretU,and Jeans, all made up
according to the lateat fashionable cut. Their variety of vests is superb, ;
embracing the very la est styles and patterns. In the
Mar also be found at all time a fine selection of Cravats, Stocks, Tye, Collars white or colored, LTandker
ehiefi. Suspenders, Carpet Bags, etc., which we will sell ascheapas any establishment in the W est.
.... . We have the finest and best assortment of
SPRDIG AND SUHIIER CLOTHING
2E3:-sa.Ta3 jSlISTID C-aJES,
' Warranted to suit the most fastiduous. A fine assortment of . ,
, COATS, Dress, FroclaV and Sack.
PAXTS, Every Style and Description.
: ': i-VESTS, To please targe.and Small.
SHIRTS, Botli T Lite and Fancy.
WE would but ask the publio to call, axamine andjndgefor themselves whether the Clothing at the
Baltimore Clothing Emporium is not of better mado material, cut with better taste, better tri maud
and twenty-five percent, cheaper thnn they have ever
October Z'Jih. 18oT. ... (vnis-iyi
VTTE offer to the publie, we are confident, the
V V largest and best selected stock of Groceries
ever oflered in this market :
Hhds Sugar, 50 Sacks Coffee,
IZi Sacks Flour, 5 Tierces Rice,
30 Bbls Molasses, ' 18 Boxes Star Candlea,
20 Boxes Soap. 150 Sacks Salt,
15 Bbls Cider Viniger, 150 bbls Selt. -
1. T. WHYTE A 00.
New Wholesale Groccrj House.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
CIGARS, WOODEN WARE,
Canur Afat a ad Tranci Streett Riddle'i Old
Stand, Opporitt Stouti Hotel,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
KAVS just received the largest and most complete
stcket the above goods ever opened in upper Kissouri,
towhi-A the attention of merchants and dealer i res
pectful ling invited having purchased them princt-:Uy
for cash at the very lowest possible pr?ce, in Bosson,
New lark and St. Louis, feel confident that I can effer
lodncemeata that are rarely found, and hoping, by fair
and liDeral dealing, low prices and good Goods, to merit
a liberal share of patronace. Call and examine my stock
and price before purchasing sale are bound to follow,
In ray itock will be found every article usually Lpt in
a Ko 1 Grocery Eouie..
ATTOEIIEY AT LAT7,
BEOTTSTIILE, N. T.
Win write deed of every kind and contra t for every
parpoe, with warranted leral accuracy.
OHlce, in the Banking Hc-ose of Lushhaugh A Carton.
- REFER TO
; Bon. Jcbn A. Binthata, Cadis, ' Ohio. '
." " W r Carter, Cleveland, k " 1
, ' EP Spalding. - " "
" BF Loiter,. Canton, " .
. S Lahm, " "
" Wm R Sapp. Xt. Venwn, ' " .
S P Chase. Colombo, '
Tho. Ford, Manaaeld, ' w
i , Ja. Craig, 6t. Joseph, Ho. -
awwwcMlIe, Oct sa4,'7. v5n-Iy
; ! 2
i ! f wa V
and Second s;s
Winter Goods, embracing everything in the Suple
oner to me irauem canviucij n-w iw.
CR A"E & FULL.
nssortmentof Superior Goods, which we will sell at
"RfinTR A7TTI RTTnPQ
W V A w UAI MS MAAVAiWy
to this Territory.
SsitUbL, A OliLi.NUAL.M.
' DISTILLED FROIJ COA ' .
(Secnred by Letters Patent.)
Kerosene Illuminating Oil. The light obtain
ed from this Oil exceeds in brilliancy that of any
other oil or fluid heretofore discovered; U incxplo
tive, and will remain limped in the very coldest
weather. ' -
The Company recommend ns tbel&mpsbcst adopt
ed to this Ooil, the Kerosene Lamp;, manufactured
by the following parties: Mesr. Cornel us A Baker,
also, Dyott, of Philadelphia, E. V. llaughwout k.
CoM 4S3 Broadway, the Brooklyn Flint Glass Co.,
No. 73 Broad Street, Messra. Diuts A Co, 133 Wil
liam Street, L. Mervier 137 Elm Street, N. Y,
Samples of different styles of Lamps can be seen at
the Office of the Company.
KzkoSESE Lubricating Oil, No. 1 Prepared to
suit the finest, and all otber kinds of Machinery
burns brillianty ia Locomotive Head Lights, Car
Lamps, and all the ordinary Solar a Dd lland Lamps,
and stands as grea a degree of eold aa best Sperm
Oil, and is admirably adapted to Railroad and Steam
ship use. ...
Kekoskxb Lcbricatino Oils, No. 2, 3. Superior
Lubricators, and will be found to possess advantage
over any Oils in the market at same prices will not
burn and has been thus prepared to meet the re
quirements of Railroads and others.
Kerosenk Binnacle Oil. Prepared expressly
for Ships' De,and will be found admirably adapted
for use of Steamships, Men of War, Merchant Ves
sels, Lake and River' craft, and burns in all cabin
stateroom, binnacle, forecastle lamps, signal lan
Binnacle Oil will remain fluid as long as best
Sperm, and will burn all night without repairing to
be trimmed, an advantage that will be obvious to
The Kerooene Oilj can be obtained from the
Wholesale Oil Dealers. Ship Chandlers, Druggists,
and Grocers in New York, and the regularly appoint
ed Agents of the Company tn many of the principal
Towns and Villages of the United States, the Cana
days, and the Inland of Cuba.
Local Agents appointed (in conformity with the
rules established by the Board cf Trustees,) on ap
- General A'jnt,KeroiKKt Oit,Co
No. 5(i Beaver Street, N. Y.
N.B. Circulars with full part ieulars, testimonials,
price, Ac, will be forwarded on application as above.
Joae 1857. , v3 3-ly
: Importer, 'Vholesaio and i-etail Dealer la
LEiericaa German, EDglish & French
HARDWARE CUTLERY. .
ET. JCSZT3, JIO.
"S JTOWreceivinran-l rpeningthUrgstii4 rcost
va-ied arsortaicft cf oa3 ia tno aoe aao ever
" . . ...... .. r k f .,!
oerid in any iinr.M- " -
( ily stock erat races a full and compete aaK.rtai
of Cabinet and iloasa BuUJsr's Hardware, iiechaa-
ic's txils of every description, direct trora tne mi
I approved manufjetareri: agricultural and horticul
tural tools ana mi; .emcnu, in Sre.i.ii,i;".--ing
all the recent and useftl itaprovemcnt for tae
.rir.-r nf a. vast amount of labor to the farming com-
munity, from wnoui 1 respecuuuv rqursi, caiam
examination of this department of my stot k. I am
also exclufiTB ;nt for tie sale of the celebrated
. - , . 1 1 . f . I
St. Louis Circular Mill an t Cross Cut t-awn, wQicai
will warrant, and 11 all ord ;rs at ihe factaty prices.
Also a largfs assortment or uuns, uines ana twois.
Iron, Steei, Xails, 4c, of the best brands: in a word,
my stock is very complete, which, fa. its quality and
price, i am dcteru-tnea lo ouer suca iduucci:i-uih
will command a liberal share of trade from this and
adjoiring counties. My arrnrements for importing
and a-enciesfor Amcrijan Hardwire Manufacturers,
together with a long expernr.ee ia the general liira-
ware trade. enables me: not only to dety au compeu
tion, but has convinced me that the true principle of
trade is small prr fits and quick returns.
Jancnry l, lJt . vln.J;l
JOHS COIHOIS & BSOIIIEE,
(Sign of the Padlock, opposite the Post Office.)
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL
Building and Saddlery Hardware,
Boots, Slices, Leather and Shoe Findings.
Sr. JOSEPH, MO. . . . .
HAVE now in store, and to arrive shortly, Amer
ican and Foreign Hardware, such as : ' .
Grearcs A Son's Files Scissors
and Ede Tools
Knives and torks '
Brass curtain bands and
Angers and auger bitts
Grass and grain do
Shovels and tongs
Framed wod saws
Blacksmiths' Bellows and
Monsehole Armitage an
vils American anvils
Stocks and dies
Pad hooks, breech 'g loops
Pad screws, cockeyes
Girth rein and roller web
Silk, 3 cord thread
maaio!inl toolbar -
Butcher's do do .
Spear A Jackson's saws
Gimlet pointed screws
Griffin's and American
Post hole augers
Ames' shovels and spades
Lull A Porter's shutter
Circular, mill and muly
Planes and plane irons
Coopers drawing knives
do adzes and wood
Butts, cast and wrought
Copper rivets for belts
Plated and com. s.nrrups
do do Bitts
do do Buckles
do do Kinsrs
Breast and rein snaps
With many goods embracing a complete assort
ment of the most desirable which they will oll at
the lowest price. J. COLIIOUN A BKO.
April ltb. 1857. 31-ly
MILLWRIGHT & ENGINEER,
BHOW2TVTLLE, N. T.
ANNOUNCE to the public, that he is 'prepared
to erect Steam and Water Saw and MercmMit
Mills at short nutico and reasonable terms. Repair
ing of machinery f all kind..
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Lie is also Agent for
A. B. HOLLIBIRD & CO'S
LEE & LEAVITT'S
And are prepared to receive and fill orders for any ma
chinery manufactured or kept on hand, by these e-
Letter of enquiry, promptly answered.
Noel, Lake A Co., Bn.wovilio, N. T. Steam Mill
K. W. Kurnn, Knwnville,
Mutr. ll:iiiu A Co., u - " " "
Dr. IliMivor, Nemabacity, "
P. M. Roger. Pawnee city,' - -
Nuckolls A White, Ruck port, Mo.
James Lowe, Linden,
A. B. ILlliberd, Cincinnati, 0.
I8r.wiiville. June 13. 1857. v2 1-ly
OLIVER UENNETT & CO.,
at ANTF ACTl'KKDS A.VI WIIOLEa ALE DEALEB3 Il
Boots Shoes & Brogans,
XO. 87 MAiy STREET. KA TXT MM Iff)
RE NOW IN RECEIPT of a complete aaaortment
iiw goous iroin tueir own anl other inanufac
torie,adiipted especially to the Western trad.
Purchasers are invited to examine their stock,
manufactured and selected with great care and
warranted of superior quality. Orders will receive
rompt and eareru attention.
Capital Stock $30,000.
NEBRASKA CITT, N. T.
rpniS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
I fully organized, and their entire capital stock of
fifty Thoutand VUlnrt, paid in and secured. They
are prepared, from this date, to grant open policies.
bdu in a o ntK3. upon equal term, with the most
favored Insurance Company any where. Having
adopted the mutual principle, ita patrons, without
incurring any liability, will share in the profits of
me compau v.
The operations of the Company, will be eonSoed,
lurioo present, to marine, or cargo nks, with a
maximum liability of $12,500 oa any one bottom.
Being the only Insurance Office, on the above pop
ular plan, W est of the Missouri, it confidently ex
poets a generous support from Western Merchants.
We res pec tf ally invite the Missouri River pa
S.F. Nuckolls, Chas. F. Holly,
II. P. Bennet, J. L. Armstrong,
W. N. Ilinchman, Mile W. Brown,
CHAS.F. HOLLY, President.
.. . J.Gabsibe, See'y.
St. Louis Airent Col. W.P.Howard. -April
2d, l8i7. . , . . . 42-ly
j. t. nosjr.
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealers iti " ;
LZZ W ' V-w3
HATS AND CAPS,
Kalis, Plows, Stores, Furniture, &c
' irpriiti,iMr.- " aj,
- JOHN McIHEHSON. u
I have inst receive! aa antirrl m- . .
assortment of -. r ' i . 'r'P
Which I will mil at ia reaaoniku .
sUbliihment ia the We,t, , "r""?
I have now in store a great nnttjf L '-.
lowing article,' which were purclasai foe n st"
and coascquently.csia sell hap oa tie sa
HATS AND CAPS, "
BOOTS AND SHOES
IIIRDWARE AID CH 1I2Y
n rr P p V .? iir 1 n t
g j 1 Kf rr iwij
PHfi'IV A VTA CTIin.,
' Heady Llads Clotiia': .
And a fine assortaieut of (
. LIGHT GROCERIES ' :
' Such 8A j; ' ' ,
House, S!3, 22d Orsancrtil Ta!:!
... NE1IAHA CITY, N.
Takes ttal methixl ol informina th pusilc tliat
removed bis paint shop frim Eockprt, M .. to Qui m
IU thin rjimrelf qaalided to ulertakt any ! mm
taiiitna to hi line ui buines, an4 renpectlnllj iavu
tbe public to give hia a call.
Fl2a.e leave onlers at the "Adertler" efflts "
Niv. 1. 1867. na.tf .
E. E. PAllKr.R,
AtLmtie street, Wect of n.blif4r Su.
BROWS VILLE, XEBUASKA TEX It .
HAVING bought property and located pertaaaeat
ly in Brownville, I offer my wrvicestoth
publio generally, if they want any tkisraone iay
line of business. lean always be found stay jut,
or. more prtierly speaking at mv ben-h.
Yl'ork Warranted :o Fit Xo Paj!
Particular attention paid to eutUnpirmntac4
layiug off work for the Seamtresa. Tbe rtautt
portion of my life baa been devoted te my tradi, ia
which I consider inyelf inferior to none sp;ilj
in the cutting department, and I bop by eljiuir.
tion to my business to merit a chare rf
patronage. E. K. VXV.Itl.
Brownville April loth, 1327. , Hj
DOWDALL, MARKHAM.& CO.,
Engine and 3IaihJrs; slaop,
cout or SCCOKO ANU MO BOA siasxTS,
ST. LOUIS, Mo.
Uannfactnrers of Steam EnKines and nolle-, flaws'
Grist Mill Machiuery. Sinsle and Double C.rcalar It
Mill, Tobacco Screw and Prese Laid Eii'.tle. Lu4
Screw nt Cylinders, Wool Canting XibtnK Boil4in
Castings. Tonne's Improved Patent Smur M li s, Ac.
53AGENT3 for tbe saleol James Sinitb ft Co.'iS
per ior Machine Cards. i rtne-l,
MT. VERNON NEBRASKA.
Announces to tbe public tbat beba pun hased lb nta
aire Stock of Good brought to thi place t,' Mr. BaiLT
and now offer to sell
Dry Good., Groceries, Hard TTare,
at price a fair as can be found in the Western eotntrr,
Or Cab or ia excbanjfe for country pros ace.
.. i 'V7ia
GEOUGE F. KENKEDT,'
AXD CTr.Cn AI. Ia.lI AGE.TT
Florcnct CUy, X. T.
Scott city Steam Saw-Mill
JOHN C. HUFFMAN.
Scott City, 3Io
(Immediately oppoxte-$rovntvili, X. T)
Announce to the public that be bas leaded the r
team aw-mill recently erecteu by Mr. Meek. kt
a above, and is now prepated to fnrnisb t.b eitiiete d
Mis)uriandXebratka with an extra quality of LcMSIS
of every description an.l
of an excellent qnality. A share of patronage UtellaUA
N'.vemher 11, 18d7. rtiy
NATH'L POPE COUSIN,
Land and General Agent,
WASnUSOTOH" CITS, D.C.
rtaving rei(ned the situation Thick he has kelJ la
the General Land ortlce for the last twea'y year4a
charge of tbe P. e-eip4ion Bureau c.fror biaaerTica ia
the pi-oMcution uf cMinta before the Ipartaient, aadsr
rhepre-emptioa law, town n act ut H4l. avc.. k
Mr. C. will also sire attention to cae lerre tbe ft-i-Iod
i ffl.e procnr Uin. Warrauu ta parti eatlllsi
and prosecute claims before Concre.
Hun. S A. Dutial. H.liu U, C. 8. DeuatSs
J. I. BrovbC Indiana, '
C. K S'Uiiri MichiUJO. "
R. W.J..idWn Arkansas, "
Dun'l Well Wiaconain, Hwe Keps.
C. C. Warihbaroe.
B.b't Smith Illinois, M
Jobu B. SjndidKS Louislena, "
Thina A. Hendrkk. Corn'r Land O.Hee
Jos. 8. Wilam, K.q. Cbiof Clerk '
lion. E. M. Iluhtiugton. Ex-Crm'r, Indiana.
JameH Shield. Ex-Cou'r, Minnesota
Geo. C. Wbituis. Coai'r Pensions.
Gov. Melrr St. Paul, MinnemU
Messrs. Sweeny. Pent U Co., Bansers, Wasbintoa
Paiio tt Nourse, d da
Chabb Brother. 4 SO
Sutor. Lea St Co. do So
Also, to the District Land Officer generally, aad to
all wbohave had land bosine at tbe seat of governm
for year. JXj buine letter will rtce
tios unles aouompanied by a fee. mll-lf
Jns Crane and Theodore nil', have thi (by tnrmM
newopartnersbip snder the ibe firm and (tyleorCnoea
IUii, and will conunae the Mercantile tulaeMatlb1
sUftd cf McAllUter, Dvaier H. Co.
JO? AS CKAVt
8.1857. TnE )tOlta HlLf.-
GEO. P. LICKHAEDT,
WATCH .UAH SB,
0REC05, HOLT COCKTV, MO.
TAKES tbe liberty toinfonn LhcitfBof;
Brownville and vicinity, that he has epeaed
Watch, Clock, and J eweLry Store.
In Oregon, Holt county, ilo where be will keep ees
stantly on hand, and for sale, a good aatartmeat
Gold and Silver WaU-hen, Clock and Jewlry,whick
he will ell extremely low, for CASH. Alao, a !
lot of Violin, Accordeoc, Silver, ard Plated Sp
tacles. Gold Pens with Gold and Silver extensive
eas, Silver Thimbles. ?. t.
lie is prepared so repair Watches, Cloekj and J
elry. of every description, in the best manner sad
on ibe most reasonable terms.
Every article bought ia his establishment, U war
ranted to be what it is represented to be. Watch re
pairing warranted for one year.
T. , CCMIXO. . )H3I C. TV ml.
CU3LIXG & TICK,
Attorneys at Law & Ecal stata -Agssfc
OMAHA CITY, K. T. j
WILL attend faithfully and proas yt!y to all kai
ness entrusted to them, is th Territorial a.
Iowa Courts, to the purchase of lota and lands,
trries and pre-emptions, collections, Ae.
Office in tbe second story of Fleary 0 RoeUae
building, nearly opposite the Westers Exehaat
Bank, F am bam street.
Deo. 27, 158. vln23tf
WJt. 1. BAM-
Aurs r. risE.
OLIVER BENNETT ; .CO.,.
Manufacturers and Whaleiiale Healers ia
BOOTS AND SHOES
(FonxiT,No.l01,CoEjroF Un Anhtrrr..
ST. LOUIS, MO.
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