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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1858)
'VNVILLE, JUNE 21, S-'3. .
. . rur.it paid
in advance, . f I 00-
at the eua or s months, 2 60
. nr wiore win i? mruisaea u t w txr
Cu L the cab accoaiinjiies tLe oruer. not
ri rxicBsi'-e editions of Xew Type,
rTTi Brontes, Cards, Ac, made to th "A
able to turnout Job Vol kin
irTsed hy wit o!Mce. Tbe proprietor being
, ..Minsctf, nd having in fait employ an
Li nd experienced Fanty jub Printer, i do-
t.'ir.y ' ou;irtiS in tbe execution o! Job Work.
Ir'?! ' .j, stef latet Improved Card
, Bronze Writ, fee.; wiij
C-ser. fomedisUace PV-Uy attended to,
" '.L, al M .ve satisfaction or 00 pay .
r We tare bad, EotwkLatanding the ex
treme tightness of tbe times, heavy ao
cessior.s to our city and county of late,
caniboat men inform us tbat they land
E3re actual settlers at this point ihe pres
nt season than at any other in Nebras
A pcttleman who bus in the last two
Bon-di visited nearly every town of note
cn the upper Missouri, informs .'us tbat
. j,e js sa'ib.leJ Brownville has made and
js ret making more solid reliable advance
ment than any ither town or city in the
We are unable to discover a particle of
ihtemct in improvement this season,
iro:a that cf last. Men go right along
'iih their buildings Such public buildr
Itj and street improvements as we need
?:re pushed ahead. True, ; owing to the
srarcity c money more difficulties attach
nt-n-rpys than last season, vet we need
- f"-3 " -
iem'and must and will have them.
' The June term of
c:w ia ession in
the District Court is
this City. Judge
x presiding, Mr. . Ridis Clerk.
Veare not advised of the amout of
business or probable length of the session ;
'-:;r. iadrinrr from the number of cases
entered on- the docket as published in
.-sit paper cf last week, we suppose some
cinsiderible time will be occupied in
rvrJcg through. - - - ;: .".'
A timber cf eminent Attorneys from
1 distance are in attendance. We no
nce among the number Ex-Governor
Phardson, Judge Kinney and Judge
Fully. Resident attorneys ia attendance
I. C. Johnson, D. L. McGary, Judge
Etwett, J. D. N. Thompson, and S. Bel-
k - .
Ve are rrratified to announce that our
-v Hotel, goes immediately iuto oper
i ; Robebt oRIsos Esq., recent
ly bm Ohio, and C. W. Wheeler, of
is city, have rented th lajilding' jnd
t i' rpen it for the accommodation of the
r.'.i c as soon as possible. ,
warrants us in as-
the public of their qualihcatioris
fr the business upon which
w-1 to enter, and that no
rim will be spared to make the Brown
Hotel a first class house. - e are
cai-L'titthat in so doing they will reap a
reward : for there is not a more fa
T-'le point for a Hotel building in JCe-
-r-ia than this.
Kherson's New Goods.
Br. McPherson who has just returned
Cincinnati and Saint Louis, has on
ay, and will receive per next steam
ff t supply of fresh, groceries, a heavy
iof hardware, and lots of new styles
4 dry goods, which he authorizes us to
TLe intends to sell for the 'ready John'
rf.2'ure less thau has ever been ofTer-
- in this market.
We have had severa
rifrtunities of late to examine specimens
tabinet and other work in wood exe
4ted ty Mr. E. Matiiiec, who shortly
'js located in this city. 1 lis w ork espe-
faily that of exceedingly fine character
a equal at least to any w e have ever be
aw. We want such mechanics, and
'elope Mr. Mathieu will be patronized
U merit so richly deserves. His shop
sa Main street, between Sixth and
An fxcitin horse race carne oflT,
the new race course near " this" city,
1 Monday last, between Milt. Gark's
-lc peney "War Eagle" and. Reub.
Vs-r' grey colt 'Grasshopper;" the
'Vr t-inning handsomely. The ssme
?wj'4; runaaia on the I Oth of July.
es, tae hcrse against the other.
";he Lime given by Messrs. Morri
" Vwt;eler to our new Hotel. The
will be opened on the 4th of July
rpropriate ceremonies supper, and
in tae evening. So hold your-
ia readiness, all ye epicures, gor-:-zers
1 4i-e rr.anagrrs of the opening Ball and
"r will make every exertion to make
" air the most magnificent and cred-
ever fouta up ia this portioa of
M. F. Clark & Co. have
c'-t their Grocery establishment to
who will proceed t
replenish ana open out
t amiiy VjructTj ilUc
LrTETS EOABLXT. ' BCCrET T. Knit.
riOADLEY & MUIIt, !
KrornTlIIe, Xernalia Co., Jf.
Odce Corner main and First Streets.
Will lelectGoTcrument Lands; locate Land Warrants
in Kebrarku, Kansas, Western Missouri -and
Iowa; collect debU; pay taxes fur toa
rcsidenU; boy and sll property cn j
commission. ' ;
Land Warrants Bought and Sold.
Pre-emption papers prepared, ie.
ITX HATE FOR SALE LOTS IV THE CITIES OF
NEMAHA CITY, .
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
j l: "k: ALS0F03. SALE , T 4 i j
Lands near Table Rock, Pawnee county.
' - - ) i
In Nemahacounty, improved property for sale or rent.
IlEKERENC KS. '
Lucius Ilopkin.s.l'rs't Importer A Tmdera'BacV N.T.
ltiivid Hi(lley l'rs't I'acama Railroad,
. C T. il.liTti Ckrtr Oak Jianh. Uitt,fnj,
Lee.liutlcr & Co...-- Hartford, Conn,
Collins, Ke'.l'(rj Mvlrby bt. Louis, Mo.,
Tbnnias W. 1'helps ...Mobile, AUin
C. Wilson t- Co. .... -EhUw, Ala.
Wm. P. Webb,At'y
M. U. Osborn & Co., Rockl.xland, 111.
Ja ILArchibald, Genl AjID.I .iW.R.R. S.-ranton
(Jiilcsvie, 1'enrvc 4 Con Linkers Ciirbondale, l'si.
Her. T.S. Ward- -
Lathorp & Jones Scranton,Pa,
B.O. More KM Falls N. Y.
William Krotbicghsm, Att'y Albany, t. V.
Rev. tt. 'eUon, Frineipal Wyoming Seminary, N.V.
J. A. IWker f Co., Washington, 1'. C
A. T,ilmcr, Receiver Land Office Omaha
Horace Everett, Council Ulufl",!,
Lmwnvill. April 1,1653.
Notice to Contractors.
Tbe County Commissioners of Nemaha county hereby
pivc notice tbat Ibey will let to the lowest responsible
bidder, on tbe ixthday of July next, at the court-iiouee
door in the city of Browuville, tbe contract lor eroding
a stone or log jail in the said city of Brownrille, Ve
maha county. Specincationsof both plans can be nsen at
the clerk's office in Browuville Tbe eommiSKinners re
serving the riptit to refuse any or all Lids. Terms of
payment made known on day of sale.
By order of tbe Board,
LRA-TU3 . rARK.EE, County clerk.
Junel, '59 .. : -6w
All perbwiik are hereby iHtined iiiat 1 wiil take the
necessary steps to the re-opening of the contested case
ot Jame. Ferguson for the purpose of more fuKy in-
vet igatind his richt to enter tbe south west quarter
(1)4 yt south wet-t quarter (14) and lot number four (4)
of e tin eighteen (18) in tuwubhip five (5) range six
teen (16) east. 1 hereby warn all person not U- pur
chase, trade fur, or in any way to negotiate for any por-
i..n of the al-ove described property
May 27, '58 v2i.46tf A("G, STCS K0UXT2B.
1 Caption an persons wbumuever aganibi buying from
Aucustus Kuuutze and Wm Ruth certain town lots
known as 'Benedict's Addition' to Browuville Ketraka.
Honey Creek Hills.
Tlie underfigned respectfully announce that Ueyare
prepared to till all orders in their line promptly at their
nulls four miles north went of Bruwnville. near tbe
mouth of Honey e eek. They have on hand the largest
and bert assortment of lumber, shingles and lathe ever
offored in the county or Tenitory, consisting of
40 OoO feet seasoned siding;
Cotton-wood Boorinsj ,
' oak and aih , . r
- coiun-woMl, soft maple, lynn and
walnut flnihhiug lumber;
J..ists; fills, studding and scantling ot al
m.t every size both hard and soft wood;
Tough and square edged sheathing; also
200,000 superior sawed shiugles,oak, walnut and cotton
150,000 lath, a superior article, ot nnif -rm length,
thickness and width
Ttie'r mills are under the charge of experienced and
efficient -men, and the undersigned natter themselves
that the quality ot their luiyter will compare favorably
with any other made in tbe Territory, ali of which will
be sold to suit the times.
Honey creek Mills, May 20 '58 4Stf
bf. JOSEPH, MO.
JAMES CARG1LL Proprietor.
" TANUFACTUHES anl keens constantly
1U on hand for sale, all kinds of Flour Meal,
and Feed stuff's. Orders solicited and promptly filled
on most favorable terms. -Cash paid constantly for
Wheat. For character of Flour refer to everybody
that ever used it. f '
St. Joseph, Mo., Ang. 30,1856. vlnlS- y . - '
17.000 Acres of Land
oan to pre -emptors, by
Warrants for sale and
TYSON & HACKS EY.
Respectfully announces to the public tbat he has on
hand a iarge stock of
Cloths, Vestings, t5:c.,
Also a large assortment of
Whii h he will sell at cost prices.
He flatters himself that he understands his business
thoroughly and all work warranted omiitift from his es
tablishment, and chantes as low as auy other competitor
in this place or tbe Wet. i
A Heat Fit Guaranteed.
DROTVIV & CI.TXTOX,
Forwarding & Commission
No. 7S, North Levee, St. Louis, Mo.::
Orders for Groceries and Manufactured Articles accu
rately filled at lowest pible rates. Consignment for
ale and re-shipment respect ni It aolicited. Shipments
of all kinds will be faithfully attended to. ;-- :
Messrs. G H Rea t Co St. Louis -
Brtlett. JlcComb it Co do
Gilbert. Miles it Stannard do
lion. W II Bufflnston Auditor State of SCissoLri
J Q lUrmnn, Csq Cairo City. 111.
Messrs stoiony, uro'a fcCo' "ew Orleans, Lotisiana
J l)Jictra. Km., do do
Messrs ITitikle Guild & Co,
K IIjmnMr k. Cj
Brat dell k Crawford
Woodruff fc. Huntington,
II. Billims, Ksq.,
Kay 12. lb6
75,000 lbs. Bacon.
LTFORD & IIORN. &nora. Mo , have for sale, Cheap
for cah. 75 0U0 pounds excellent bacon.
v2n36-ly March I, '6S
T. W. BKDFORD,
BEDFORD & GEORGE,
SURVEYORS, CITIL ENGINEERS;
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
BROWXYILLK XEBRASKA. ,
Office on Main Street. , j
WILL attend promptly to all buainec entrusted to
them in tbe line of their profession. Will bur and sell
Land warrants, make time entries, attend to tte selec
tion aud location of Government Lands, Survey Town
sites, subdivide Lands, make out City Plats. Ac., Ac,
Having been located in tbe Territory for the past year,
we are prepared to make tbe most choice se legion for
actual settlers. Will pay taxes, investigate titles, and
render assistance in contested cases at the V. S.. Land
Offic: - w
Letters of iaqniiTprowrptly answered. ""
wi axrxa to
Hon. W C Reynolds,
John J Pendleton, Esq.
lion Gal una A Grow ,
WatJiiiijrtoo City, D. C.
lion Josenh G. Crane
Ryall t Charles, Land Agents, Sioux City, Iwa. r
do do '
j i.uhbaush kcaroo, uikcrs
, do do
i p. W.c.Cieaver. Geological Encineer. Scranton, Pa.
Rufus R. Edwards, Esq
St. Joseph M.
.-. . lt
Waver ley Ta.
'. G. Creur, Heal Eute Agent. Uaytea Otio
April 8. 188 viaii-yly r- m
a. McDowell company.
Are now in receipt of tTxiirHprinte iT.rortations, ubiCTi
bavebeea purchased ia'KcglaT.d Tor cib., for tlioueh
other houses are acvertuiLg direct Importations frosi
Europe, we take pleasure in announcing that we are tbs
only direct importers from England France in tbe west
ern States, a.1 bvMKr on hand tee largest nod finest
stock e' tr isr poruxl U this country, consisting in part as
2o!lows : ., . . -8-4,
6-4 4-4 slid i -4 Kcw Medallions;
6-4 royal Velvets; 600 rolls French velvets; " . ,
200 roils Boyal Wiltoui 10OO Do Robert Crowley Brus
sels; ... ,..... . .,. . ....
2000 rolls jolin Crotelev k Ssc's Tapetty trn-Kel-; -;
2JO0 rolls Hi ir.ton's; :tOM rolls Prardoe . Eoonun'i:
15tH rolls llrigbt'B new deniHosj -1000
rolls heavy Eng ish tkree-ply; ' :
1000 heavy snrerace; t ; - .
Tosetberwith the larpes' stock of Dom?stie CarpetsI
for the holesale Uade, ever orougbt west of the moun
tains. Aiso2000 rolls 4-4 white and check mattinc; '
2ft00 " 0-4 " ' ' -ti "" '
3000 " 4-4 and - "
3000 Cocoa laattinr all widths.
l&oo theetK of oil cloth 12 to 30 feet wide;
200 pieces 3-4 4-4 5-4 6-4 and 8-4, oil cloth.
Also the larpest suckf tups, tab4 co rs, sofa msts,
Mats, stair Tods, table oil clothes, A.c.,.tf auy eitalibh
ment in thecjuntiy.
To the reti.il custner, all we as is a call, to convince
them that we can and will sell lower than any other
boute in the west. To the wholesale purch ter we would
say that we (an offer them greater inducements than sny
estatUbt.uejii eulitr ta.Jkew .Turk r .Bun, havinK
purckaed our entire stock for cash, we are prepared tn
offer our gcxxlg at the very lowest prices of importatioo
A. JIcDOWEU, U Co., 63 ilain St., St. Louis. '
May 15, 18 no 4i. i , j , - 1
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,-
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Falls City, Richardson County, Webraaka.
.. Will five prompt aileuti b to. all profeHtioaal ttosi
Cess entrusted to his care in Richardson aild adjeinins;
counties; aNo to the drawing of deeds, pre-emption pa.
pers, fcc... fcc, May 13, '68 E46-6m
The nndersipned, cwnr of forty-six acrei of land ad
joining the city of Brov nvllle was oriK-na'.ly laid off is
portion cf the Wwn ite-!-cieirous to 4iipoe of the
same and will do so on exceedingly favorable term.
Appiyto john Mcdonough.
May 20. 1E58 n47tf Browuville, N. T.
Main street, one door West of Post-OfKce,
Brownville, N. T.
TLe subscribers respectfully inform the pnblic that
they have opened the ubove silooo, where tbe best qua
lity of - -
Vines. Liquor. Feffirs, Oysters. Sardines,
and every refreshment for ihe inner man. usually kept
at such establishments, will be found and served up in
erst style. tovt if UBtK.
Brownville April 15 h. 1S53. 4i-6m
I have a light two-horse waon which I will dipofe of
cheap for cash. ! C. S. LANG DON,
- Persons Irdchted to the undesigned will come for
ward and settle f s longer indvigencewill not he given.
Ilotei scrip taken at par.
,, .... ... - THOMPSON k MARSn
BrownTille April l&h, 165S. . ; ;vi2-tf
ANEW ind nntrulariy successful remedy for tht
cure of all Bilious diseases Uostiveness, Indi
trestion. Jaundice, Dropsy, Kheumatism, Fever
Oout, HuMor, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflamma
tions, lies' dac-l.c, Pains in the Breast, Side, Bacli
and Limb, Female Complaint, &c: &c. Indeed,
very few are the diseases in which a Purgative Medi
cine is not more or les required, tuid much sick
ness ar.ik su Serine mieht be prevented, if a harm
less but eilectual Cathartic were more freely used.
No-person can feel well while a costive habit cf
bodyprevrils ; besides, it soon qrr.erates serious ard
often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided
bv the timely and judicious use of a good purgative.
This is alike true of Colds, Feverisn symptoms, and
Pi'; t J . ... mn -I. 1 - WbT-r.it fa-t
produce tlie deep seated and formidable distempers
which load the hearses all over the hind. Henco a
reliable family physic is of the first importance to
the public health, and tliis Pill-has been perfected
with consummate kill to meet that demand. An
extensive trial of its virtues by Physicians, Profes
sors, and Patients, has shown results surpassing
any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures
have been effected beyond belief, were they riot sub
stantiated by persons of such esalted position and
character as to forbid tlie suspicion cf untruth. -
Among the many eminent gentlemen who have
testified in favor of these Pills, we may mention :
Prof. J. M. Locke, Analytical Chemist, of Cin
cinnati, whose high professional character is en
dorsed by ' .
John McLeaX, J.udje of the Supreme Court of
the United States.
Tuos. Coawit, Secretary of the Trensury.
' Hon. J. M. W'kioht, Governor of Indiana.
N. Lonowokth, preat wine grower of the West.
Also, Dii. J. it. Chiltok, Practical Chemist, of
New York Citv, ndorsei by
Hon. W. L." Muor, Secretary of State.
Wm. B. A8TOU, the richest man in America.
S. Lkland & Co., Propr's of the Metropolitan
Hotel, and many others.
Did space permit, we could Rive man v hundred
certi8caUs, from nil parts where the Pills have
been used, but evidence even more convincing than
the expciience of eminent public men is found in
their efforts upon trial. j
, These Pills, the result of long investigation and I
aludv. are otierci to the nublic as the best and 1
mtst complete which the present state of medical
science can afford. They we compounded not of
the drusrs themselves, but of the Medicinal virtues
only of 'Vegetable remedies, extracted by chemical
process in a state of purity, and combined together
in such a manner us to instire the best results. This
svstem of compos .tion far medicine has been found
in the Cherrv Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a
more efficient remedy than had h therto been ob
tained by any process. The reason is perfectly jb- .
vious. While by the old mode of composition, every
medicine ia burdened with more or less of acri
monious and injurious qualities, by this each indi
vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative
effect is present. All the inert and obnoxious qual
ities of each sulstanee em ployed are left behind, the
curative virtues oiily being retained. Hence it i$
self-evident the effects should prove, as they have
proved, more purely remedial, and the Pills a surer,
more powerful antidote to disease than any other
medicine known to the world.
As it is frequently expedient that my medicine
should bo takcfli under the counsel of an attending
Physician, and as he could not properly judtrc of a
remedy without knowing its composition, I have
supplied the accurate rormul.-e by which both my
Pectoral and Pills -are made to the whole body of
Practitioners in the United States and British Amer
ican Provinces. If. however, there shonld be any
one who has rot received them, they will be
promptly- formUi.l by ma: to bis requet-t.
Of all the Patent Medicines fP.Tvt aTifered.how
few would be taken if their composition was known 1
Their life consists in their n ystery. I have no
The composition of my preparations is laid open
to all men, and ali who are competent to judge on
the iibj-t freely iwknowledfre their convictions of
their intrinsic merits. The .Cherry Pectoral was
pronounid bv sc entitle men to be a wonderful
.nedicine before its effects were known. .Many em
inent Physicians have doclared the same thing of
mv Pills, and even more confidently, and are will-
I ing to certify tbat their anticipations were more
than reajuea oy ir cir cnecta upin umu
They operate by their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to nuiifr i !lM and stiratilate it
into healthy action remove the obstructions of j
the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the
body, restoring thir irregular action to health, and
by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange
aierts as are the first origin of disease.
Peing swgiir-wrapped, they are pleasant to take,
and being pnrclr vegefcible, no harm can arise from
their use in any" quantity. . - :
For minute oirecstions. see wrapper on the Box.
DR. JAMES C. AYER,
r radical and.Analyticnl Chemist,
Pile IS Ceati per Box. Tire ozei tor SL ,
... 80LD.BT .
j. n.Mirx & co.,
Bmwaville, N. T.
- Jjumber ! Lumber ! !
. We are pre tared to furnish at our Steam Saw Mill.
opposite Brownvil.e in "Prairie Forest,", all kinds of
lumber usually f orcd in tbe est, and some choice
lumber suitable for wsgjons, furniture, and for build
ing purposes dT., such as Ilickory, Oak, Ash, Black
Walnut, Sycamore, Linn and Cottonwood, which we
Tsave constantly on hand, or will j re pare at short no
tice, at the lowest markt prices, bills sawed to or-
der, fr8teamlotH."Vill m L.gson tbe shores,
er by thu hundred. Ili!s fr lumber can be left at
our office. in Bmwiiviile. : We will also fnmish lum
ber saw nron the thares, or by (he hundred at our
au'o oc . . ilUAyiita C ill lit.
Browiville,Apr'J Iv t . . i
- - Number 602.
PHO OLALIATION i.
Ej tbe President of United States.
In pursuance of law, I, James "Cucis mn, Presi
dent of the United States of Amo; d berety de
clare and make known that public fes win be teld
at the undermentioned land oflices in the Territory
of Nebraska, at too periods hereinafter dusign&tctl'
to-wit: - .. ... . -. , -
At tbe lani effiee at r.nOTTNlLLE, commencing
oa Monday the sixrA tcy 'ember next, for the
disposal of the public Unds wi.hin the following
named townships, viz: j .
" North of the iiaac Line, and cart of tbe 6th priaci
That psrt of township One outside of the Sac and
Fox and Half -Etetd. tataha Beserxation, of range
The parts of towtwhlps 1, 2, 3, and four, outside'
of the Sac and Fo; and Half-Breed Nemaha Itercr
Tation, and fractional townships i and 6, of raize
sixteen. ---.--- j
' Tb part cf to-snshipone ontside-of the Sae and
Fox Keervation; township 2, the parts of tonnships
3, 4, and 5, outside of the Ualf-Brecd Nemaha r.ss
ervation.and fractional township 6 of range 15. !
That purl of tornshio I outside tea Sac and Pox
Reservation, townships' 2, 3. and 4, and that part of
township 5 outside of ihe Half-Breed Nemaha Res
ervation, and township 6, of range 14.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4. 6 and of range 13.
Townships 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 1J.
iownsuips i, z. Ati, a and o or range II,
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 of range U
Townships 1,2, 3, 4, a and of range 9. -
Atthelnd Olfice at NEBRASKA CITY. com
mencing on Monday the sixth day of September
next, for the di.posal cf the public lands within the
followlcg named townships, vix :
North of the Base Line and East of the sixth
Fractional townships 7 and 8 of ranje 15.
Township 7, and fractional townships 8, 9. 10. 11.
tnl 12 of ranpo 11. ' V
township 13, of range 13. .
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and fractional townships
12 and 13, of range 12.. -
Townshirrs 7,8, 9, 10, and 11, and fractional town
ship 12, cf range 1 1.
Townships 7,8, 9, 10, and 11, and fractional town
sbips 12, 13 and 14, of range 10. -
Townships 7, 8, and 13, and fractional townships
14, la and 16, of range 9. -' 1
At tbe Land Oftee at OMAHA CITY, commenc
ing on MonJnyy the sixth dny of September next,
for the disposal of the public lands within the fol
lowing named townships, viz: ;
. Not th.ofthe Base Line and east of the sixth Prio-.
cips.1 Merdian., J, i
Fractional townships 13, 14, 15, and IS of range
Fractional townships 13, 14, 15, 15, and 17, of
Fractional townships 12 and 13, townships 14, 15,
and 16, and fractional townships 17, 13, 19 and 20,
of range 12. 0 '.
Fractional township 12, township 13,-14, 15, 18,
17, and 18, and fractional townships 19 and 20 of
range 11. ' ', I . '
Fractional townships 12 13, and 14, and town
ships Ii, 16, 17, 19. 19, 20, of range 1.0
. Fjactional townships 14, 15 and 16, and townships
17, 18. 19, and 20,f range 9., - --. -
Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools,
military, and other purposes will be excluded from
-The offerings of the above lands will be commenc
ed on the day appointed, and will proceed in the
order1 in which they areadvertised,until rhe: whole-t-hall
have been offered, and the sales thug olood;but
no sale to be kept open longer than two weeks, and
no private entry of the lands will be admitted nntil
after the expiration of the two week..
Given under my hand at the city of Washington,
this thirtieth day of March , D.one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-eight.
, - JAMES BUCHANAX. ;
By the President t
Thomas A. IIevdkicks,
Commissioner of the General I nd Office.
. NOTICE TO PRE-EMP1 ION CLAIMANTS.
Every pcrsen entitled to the right f pre-emption
to any of the lands within the townships and parts
of townships above enumerated is r quired to es
tablish the saino to the satiafactioo of tbe Register
and Receiver of the proper land office, and. make
payment therefor as soon as practicable after seeing
this notice, aud before the day appointed for the
commencement of the public sale of the lands em
bracing the tract claimed, otherwise such claim will
be forfeited. . JTH08, A.ilENDRl'CKS
Commissioner of General Land Uihce.
vlpril 22. 1858 no 4 . . -
-' Sealed Propasals
Directeffto the Commissioners f Pawnee Contywtll
bn received frum and artor this date, unul the first Mon
day in July next. For the erection of a Omrf Hovt
in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, JV. T., ot the fol
lowing dimensions and style namely :
Said house to be thirty feet long and twenty-four feet
wido, 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 feel -wide. In
the other end a room ten feet wide by 24 feet long;
a plainopen staircase leading from the hall t the Court
Boom above ; said Court Room to be twenty by twenty
four feet and properly seated in plain style. The. re
mamderoi the upper tory to be divided intstwa equal
sizod rooms, twoeutside doors 4hree feet wfler ix-feet
eight inches binh, one and three-fourth inches thick; 6
inside doors, two feet erbt inches wide, six ami a half
feet high, and one and a half inches fhlck all to be
four pannels each. - Eighteen windows, twelve l:ghts
each, 10 by 14 glass; windows and door casing, corners
and base, plain square style; Grecian cornice seven
members; projection eighteen inches, and nine inches
deep, returned with the rake; three coats of paint, white
lead or zinc, inside and out. Said house to be a frame
with posts aud braces, with a good shlngla roof, the bid
der to furnish everything for the conviction of tbe bn'"
ding oak floors, joiuted and lined, walnut ei'ling, dres
sed, Ac. ...
Said building t0 be completed on or before tbe first of
f!!C Lalf the price to be paid as the work progresses
the remainder when finished. , w
Dated at Pawnee city this 6th day of April, 1S571
Jiy order of .the County Comniissinneerj . L
Alte'i County Clerk.
April 22 3ra no 43.
B r. T.rSHBATTGH. JNO. L. CAiSOI
LU3HBAT76H Ec CARBON,
BASKERS AXD CEXERAL L.AXD AGENTS,"
Dealers in Coin,
fncurrent Money, Kxchance and Land Warrants,
- BROWNVILLE, NK.MAI1A CO., N. T.
Eesecial attention will be given to Buying and Selling
Kxcbangc on the principal cities of the United States,
Gold. Stiver, and uncurrent Bank Notes. A constant sup
ply of Land Warrants on band for sale FOB cash, or en
tered on time for Pre-eniptors. All Warrants sold by us
guaranteed in every respect. Will file Declaratory State
ments of intention to pre-empt, and prepare Pre-emption
Papers at short notice. Honey loaned upon best securi
ties, at western rates of interest, and investments made
in Lands or city property for distant capitalists. Collec
tions upon all convenient prints will be promptly attend
ed to and proceeds remitted in exchange, at current rates.
Bi.ls of Kxchange on Kngland, Ireland, and Franco, obv
tained at usual rates, with cost of Exchange on tbe East
added. Dciosits received on Current account and interest
allowed on special deposits. - . ;.!.:(
OFFICE Main St., near C. S. Land Offlce.J
- . REFERENCES . ,
Lind, Brother A Co., Merchants, ... Philadelphia, Pa.
McXaughton, Carson it Co., " ' "
Hiser H. White, .. s Baltimore, ltd.'
Young, Carson A Bryant, " " " . ,
Jno. Thompson Mason, Col'r of Port, ' '- ' f
E. M. Punderson & Co. Merchants, ..-:
M . M . Teak le A. Co. No. 17, Broadway, New York. ' -Wm.
T. Smithson Esq., Banker,' Washington, D.C.
t. T. Stevens. Esq., Att'y at Law, " . "
Jno. S. Galluber, Late 3d Aud. U. S. T
Taylor & Kriegh, Bankers,
McClelland Scruggs k Co. Merchants,
st. iiuis. Ko,
A 1111410118, Sid
Pes Moine, "
Hon. J. W. Geary, Ex-Gov, Kansas,
Hon. J as. O. Carson.
P. B. Small. Esq., Pres't S. Bank,
Cel. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Law,
Charles Parens A Co. Bankers, .
H. C. utt A Co. ' -
Greene, Wet re A Rice, " .
Douglass A Watson. . ,
Ctd. Sain Hambleton, Att'y at Law, -Judge
Thos. Perry, . i
Prof. H. Tutwiler, k i
Oct. 8, '67-v2-nl5-tt f
BAjraiM? hocse of Ltshbacgh A Ciuoa I i
Bro.xa vine. February I, 1&58.. , . ,-.rNJ
On and after this date, depositors accounts will be
opened for specie, currency and scrip payable ia sane
kind of funds. Checks must be marked accordingly.
Office hours from 9 to 13 A M and 1 to 3 P M.
U'nBAUGH A CARS0X
O. B. HEWETT, A;
ATTORNEY AT LAW;
AND . :i
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
ErownTlllc, Jfebrasfca. .
' Will attend to business in all departments of his pro
Pre-eirvDtora Eighte Secured.
Land lyarrant for-Stale.
Office on First St., bet, ilain and Water
atFEKRE'Cri: ' ! U X j. ,
- Ti7ir.tr A Holley, Nebraska Cit7.
Cbeever Sweet k Co., . .'da, ,f; L
J. Stwiin Morton ; ' da "
. Br wn A Bennett, Brownvirie -v -1 ;
R.W.Furnas - 4
Brownville, N. T. May 13, 1&5S. v216tf
A superior suxkvt Miiliuet y aDd Dress uoci at ir.y
new Millinery establishment, one dosr abn-re Luebbaugh
A Carson's Banking House, Brownville. N T.
44tf .. ' MAliV TTTRKEtt.
BOOTS and SHOES A Jrvylau Stock, just
received, openedAand, , r ' v,- rt.
- -: -MILTON F.v CLARE, i -
', ' WHOLIiALX JL.XD EXTAII. SXALXR
X7HTE3 MID nQUOIlS,
AV.-9, JJain Sired,
BROWNVILLE, N.' T.:
ITAVTKG purchased the entire stock of Goods belong
Ing to .". R. Davis, together with Large and extensive
additions just received, I us now prepared to furuiah
every variety or
: -.. FOR
and Taney Groceries.
HOTEL AND FAMILY VSE.
I have ia stare, and for sale cheap, a large supply of '
COFFEE, ' : "
. .'. Bast quality Rio and Java
ied and tet article of krowa sogar.
Large supply of superior Xcw Orlcms molasses,
cners aim uomen syrup.
TOBACCO AND S.EGARS,
, JExtensivo variety and all of the test brands.
'Consisting iapart of
kcmiw n rrr - .j .rj sua.
v. : . v pie FRUIT,
' - Xvory description of Fruit, suca as
. i - i
Fresh Peaches, Apples, Cherries. Goose
berries, Currants, Eubarb, &.C.,
For sale cheap and warranted fresh and good.
: . v; r- . .
OYSTERS AND SARDINES,
A large supply ot the best brands and warranted good.
i " T0GXTI1ER WITH
A large qumtity of various articles of domestic use too
tedious to mention.
WINES All D LIQUORS,
Port, n '
Champagne, '.,' -r, , .
1L Muscat, - - -
,, rk , Sherry, and -
i. Claret Wines.
' Extra Qualify of
French and American Brandies.
. BRANDIED CHERRIES,
Wolfe's Sheidam Schnapps,
Old Monongehela, Bourbon, and Rye
C0MM0X WHISKEY, ALE, Src.
Jast received 60 boxes superior Western Roserve for
sale cheap for cash.
WILTON F. CLARK.
ALL those holding accounts against J. K. Davis will
call on the subscriber and have them cancelled; and
those indebted to him will please call and settle, as long
. ' f FRANKLIN -
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
" ' H6. lea V ine tsu, bet. 1'ourth and Fifth,
C. F. O'DRISCOLL, & CO.
Manufacturers and dealers in News, Rook ana Job
Type, Printing Presses. Cases, dallies, Ac, Ac.
Inks, and Printing Material of Every Description,
STEltEOTYFINU of all kind Books, Music.
Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, Wood Engrevings,
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
JOHN P. TVSOW.-
W. W. HACKNEY.
TYSOir & HACK1IEY,
; -X GENEHA1, IjAMT) : AGENTS.
. BKOWN V1LLE, NAHA CO., N. T.
Land TarranU Bought Sold. Land entered on Time.
Claims and Town Lots Bought and Sold. Loan Money,
Mate Investments nd Locate Warrants on time, for
Pre-Emption Papers Prepared.
OFFICE Next door to U. S. Land Office.
Geo. IT. Nixon, Register JL O.,
Brownville, N. T.
Omaha City N. T.
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
St. Louis, Mo.
St. Joseph, "
C. B. Smith, Receiver, "
Smock A Williams,
L. K, TUttle,
B. R. Pcgram A Co., Bankers,
Hon-O. w. Sconel'J, j . :jt
R. L'. McGhi & C.,
Tootle A Fairleigh,
Oct. 1. '67
ry r 100 KS, For sale, by
O I. T. WRYTE A CO.
A. W. PIETT.
M. i. WILKINSON.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OMADI, N. T.
Will attend to all business entrusted to their care
Col. Jesse Williams,
Gov. Jos. A. Wright,
' Jlr. F. N. Koock,
Hon. John G. Davis,
Hon. Goo. L. Miller,
Omaha City, N. T.
ZOOK & BALDWIN,
! Forest City. ZVZo..
Dve avooos, Jjyestiili's,
Oils, Paints, and Painters Articles
Varnishes, Window-glass and Putty,
: French, English, and American Perfumery.
)u FIXE toilet and sharing soaps, fine hair and
W tooth brashes, paintbrushes, surgical and dent
ri al instruments, spices, snuff's, manufactured
Uoeco; all the patent medicines of the day; pure
wines and brandies, tor medical purposes; choice
u,t. ."na Jancy articles, etceto.
' Aeents Tor uie sale or
WinUr's Balsam of Wiiu Cberry. , ,
Roger's Liverwort, Tar and Canchalajua.
Osgood's India Chnlagone. ' 4 -
Jones' American Cholagogue; ; "
Gaj'sott's Yellow dock and Sariaparilla;
Sm th's Tonic Syr on. , ,
July 23. 1857. T2n1-yly
STAND FROM UNDER!
To all wbom it may concern, you are hereby informed
that the undersigned is now engiged in putting up the
best class it Lightning Rods maonfacturedin tbe East,
and eo the most reasonable terms Having had long ex
perience ia the business, he warrants all w.rk done by
him to be done right. H. H. KAR5H.
" James Buchanan, Washington. D. C.J J. C. Brecken
ridge, Wamington, D C; Mrs Victoria, London, Eng
land; Loui-t Kapoleoa Bonaparte. Paris, France; Emper
or AlexaiMter, St. Petersburg, Raiisia.
, BBOWKVILI.E March 25 ouSStt.
J. D. IT. THOtSPSOIT, .
Attornej at Law,
Hi resmed his rrofesslmiat hnslnpss, and will prac
tice in all the Conris t NebraKa, arid the Courts in
Otlice one door west of I. T."VTn; te'l Store, Btownville
StnywnwilU. A or"
Is hereby given that wTJTLET H. EOUN b ebtatnei
from the Probate Court of Pi aee county let .ers testa
tamentary ea tbeestite of Keddirk Horn, late of said
osunty, deceased, beanns date January Ilitt. A D lSi3.
. AU f-crtuns having claims ajtairibt n.i t&tite are
hereby required to exhibit them fvir alio-vir.ee to the
Probate t.urt uf suid oucty on or fceture ; fce Jih day .f
AuRUht, K08. or they may be precluded f re m sny benefit
ot said estate, and if not presented within six month
from the due lat attoveuiuuiioaedthey will be forever
tit.rre). . . . " . , ,
.45 i. i. It, O. LOUR, Ju5C of Probate.
The nndersiirne'l h.tvinc enered Into a e.prtnership
arid built a sky-lii.-ht (-tide lights connected) taguerreia
Gsllery on earner of JIain and First streets in the city
of Brswuville, would repectfully announce to the public
that we are now prepared toUke pictures w i :li all the
beauties of the art, and at reduced prices. Pictures in
serted in lkets, pins, &c, in tbe neatest style. Being
experienced artists, we have no doubt that all whowar.t
guud(icturesiun be pleased. Cailandsee. -
" Brownvllle, Jlay G, , n45ti
Brownville Steam Ferry !
BEST CROSSING r..
OX THE ti.M;. ",. ..J
The Eoute from Brownvlile to Ft. ICeamej,
and from thence to California, ia the
nearest and most practicable.
BAKER & C0DINGT0N
ANNOUNCE to the Travclinz Public thnt they are
now rncninu as a Ferry across the Missouri jiver at
An entirety new. mibttantial and commodiou$
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 boastingly,
or for 'he purpose of gaining custom merely, but are
governed by faefc. when thoy say this is the best
crossing of the Missouri R vcr in'Nebraska, and
wh- ay the route fntn Brownville to Fort
Kearney and raui timuw tvCuitrurnia is too noarefl
for evidence they refer the render to the map of the
Country; and are warranted in snyin it id the most
practicable route by personal experience, as well as
that of hundreds cf others who have traveled it.
We claim therefor that this crossing and route holds
out peculiarly favorable inducements, to iersons
going to California, and solicit their patronage. Not
withstanding our superior arrangements fvr a safe
and speedy crossing, our charges are tbe same as other
Ferries in Nebraska, all being regulatod by Legisla
J5r"Recollect that with our facilities of Power,
no kinds of weather will prevent our Boat from
making regular trips at all hours. . '
T"A skiff and hani will be in readiness tocross
foot passengers at all times of night.
n20 November 11th, 1857.
W. E. HARVEY. L. VANWYCK.
Civ. Eng., Sur. A Draft'n. General Land Agent'
IlAIltXY, VAX WTCK a CO,
General Land Agents
ARS connected with agencies in Washington City by
which they are enabled to prosecute claims against the
United Suites Government, or attend to any business be
fore the General Land efflce with dispatch and to the
satisfaction of their customers.
One of tbe firm being a practical Engineer and Survey
or (having been for many yesrs connected with the United
States Coast Surveys eugaged on works of Internal Im
provements) we are prepared to make Surveys of Town.",
Farms, Ac, in sny part of the Territory; and having
engaged the best Draftsman in the Territory, can execute
Maps. Town Piats, and drawing's of all kinds (ciedianic.il,
architectural, Ac.) to the perfect satisfaction out cus
tomers. . .
October 22d, 18c7, nSlvj
ED. W. MOORE,
General Steamboat Agent,
F0RWARD1SO COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NEBRASKA CITY, N. T.
Goods sold on Com mist ion and prompt returns male.
Particular attention given to receiving. Storing and For
ward.iig all kinds of freight and produce.
Office on the Levee.
Storehouse in tbe same block with Kearney Hotel.
Refer to the Merchants of Nebraska Cttr;
Fife AMicbaclStLouisMo; I Harper A Scuder St. Louis;
John A. Warden " Joseph Mclntyre "
Sibakoiford. Fmney&Co" Barcklay, UinkleA Co
April 29, 1853 J-44-ly
Watcliniaker & Goldsmith,
ROCK PORT, MO.
BEGS leave to inform tbe public that he has located
in the above named town and offers for sale a cbuu
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
and other articles usually kept in such establishments at
prices which cannot bee itnplained if. Being an exper
ienced watchmaker be flatters himself that in repunng
wntches, clocks and jewelry he can give perfect satisfac
tion. 19 6m.
FOR CASH AXD ON TIME,
T Pre-emptors. Buy of regular dealers, and avoid
bogus warrants. '
All warrants sold at the cfflc are guaranteed to be
genuine in every respco, and will be exchanged if de-,ectlTe-
LTJS.1BACGH A CARSON.
B inkers and Dealers in Land Warrants.
Brownville, K. T., April 22, 1368. n43
NO. 10, MAIN STREET,
Brownville. JV. T.
WILLIAM T. DEN,
Respectfully Informs the public tbat he has Just re
ceived bis new stock of Bjot and Sirne material, and is
now prepared to furnish any desired article in his line
at as low prices as any other establishment in tbe Ter
ritory. All work warranted.
He hopes by strict attention to business, and keeping
constantly n band a superior assortment of Leather,
Trimmings. Ac, for home manufacture, to still merit
that liberal patronage which he has heretofore received.
H3Rpjiring done on the shortest notice. 3
All work to be paid for on delivery.
April 22 vgnl
Nebraska Money Take Notice
From and after this date we will not take any Ne
braska paper except the Platte Valley Bank and Ba:ik
Nebraska, only at a discount of ten par cent.
I. T. WHITE A Co.
Brcwnville, March 8th, 1863 wi39.
JOHN A. PARKER & CO.,
WASHINGTON, . C.
JOHN A. PARKER, late Register of tbe Land Offl:e,
Omaha. N. T., having resigned his efflce will hereafter.
ic connection with one of tbe best Land Lawgivers iu tbe
couutiy, atteud to all business confided to him; and es
Which he has made himself thoroughly acquainted with
by study and practice for years. ,-
He refers to the Heads uf Departments and Members
of Congress of both Houses. -
AU applications for services must be accompanied with
a fee to insnre attention.
January 28. 1868. nolt-ly
ERO WIJ V1LLE
NOEL, LAKE & EMERSON.
XJ rownvl lAo . 3NT. T. '
N. 1J. We would rospectfully inform tho eiti-
tens oi Acmana county and adjoining sluwonri, that
we have always on hand a large and well selected
supply cl L.U.Ulit.H, which weean furnish at low
er rates than any mill in the Territory.
Market prices paid for log., delivered at the yard
or on the bank of the river. ...
All orders aet,mpan',Cu with the cash, will receiv
our Immediate attention.
T. H. EDWARP3. AKDREW J. BEBBT.
EDWARDS & BERRY,
Proprietors of the
The undersigned having entered into a co-partnership
in tbe hotel business at the above named Bouse, and
having made an entire change of rooms, Ac, and comple
tely repairee ana renovated me wnoie etitablifhrnect,
they are prepared to accommodate the travelling public
and regular boarders in a style not surpaseed by any
other hotel in the Territory.
and every facility offered to place our guests at ease,
and snpply them as near as possible with the comforts
of a home.
April 8, 1363. n41-2m EDWARDS A BZRRT.
joas. f. xiv'rr. chas. f. bout.
KINNEY &. HOLLY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
I.EDUASUA CITY, IS". X.
will practice in the Courts of this Territory. Collec
tion and criminal business attended to throughout Ne
bra&ka, Vctera Iowa and If issouri. . Will attend the
Coarts at BruwcTille. v2n33-"no
rjKKSEUVED FUl'IT.S; Straw berries, Peaches,
Vhortlibcrrici tc . Ac, to be hsd at
Boot & Siaoe
BMCO'S ARCTIC- LCI"
Arotiy er . ' SAiswe eV
hn.:)i 1 lie cr dcalii I 1'
ar the q iostioaa iofltrl la ti
a kp'iouor ir.e:ioo el tisis tp.
by the carters to i'ir
(; mi t,ui.!V IJarlcgre-eire-l
tlis Imiorsesswst f tbso;.
t J K.t.s K, am'
TJ " I:: r two aw
taian, tie luta it.
it i t ettioaey Htint Uur- -
lui V uiSert ta H r
(,n of etrrunltce, it ia Bowtr-.
iiijt into 5r-ofrai u tn srrry
tiua of 1h civiimd (lui, Sc4 1'
mu-Tiriotis cures ar errrheM
tt ml. og aaluuialuntttL
THE AFFLICTED REJOICE.
ncxmixs and irrous.vNrJi
1t tasted ita virtaSH, aaU ara
rvjoicing in fievdom frwnj titnf
l X.ji-' li'iviiDg l'Ai.x anr. i)it;.if
'S which o.lifr remetlieH 11 ftiW
L , j to eore. Ilnre yoi the rJN'
. 'r- CIIITiS, M.IIUIM., I'.i'Kt;
,! O JIATISM. t-'UtK 1JL AUiU
io,.,i,, iaiv rKsr.
CHI. or l'i Wi I-At. H r An yon
:ict.l will, t.'l I fUtHS iuf.
, (-ri.n front Itltns, Si K tlNtf,
i lOU..-, bOllli i.l J,11U-I
trill afford yod liuhiut . IUC
LverjlxfJy u liable to
Fortbee i1ren'1''il accitef the
.ll.-l'l. I tVUIL l'T .1 I I I
f s . AI..11V IJ.i."ir-il .oi.uw
-"y. topt oa Imnd, for ItalTiM'da atatw
and Imni edi;it rel;ef, oftea ar
if.,- Ing from dn ill. F.rery ateasx.
f txt and railroad train aiionifi
sm-p IU ho llial Mis iH-sro ii
siirit'L of angudi nttartd ky the
scitldfd and puiiooi! viclima t
-ilcu.ina bih! eoliMfon. doe aet
C ' ; "t 1 fi l that aotne nn of teUetinc
r" j tlieir trliire should alwava b
j sccewiLb) f Piielifuxsaxud W l!'J
t j Luiiujf paia cumrjiiiDgng"uL Uia
THE I:0TIlXkS, CCPAIIIOIT.
Tfe.iro, CAKH3 IV 'TTK.
ri;EAf-T, FO K K M1T1.K2,
FtKK Min i Ji, Ae. la.
die who prize a pure si in,
to id of .ini 1 biotciw, scurf
and all discokiraliona and n
erescences, should attaek
lliex liesjifCM on Uauty'a
domain aa tnon a tber spifie
Willi Ihe AliCllC UN'liikNT.
It la encrllent fnr the iialr,
giving it a livnltliy, W ap
t . ,
GOOD FOR MAN A1TD BEAET.
It Is a prereipt remedy M
tli variima diiwawa wHJ
wliicli liorwsarvaflliolad, ear
ing the nwwt aiKnrlngeiar
owning ralu.-il.la iKJ-iiSta,
should be wilhout this valua
lis remvly. ,
For sale by all rrtpectable Prnggtt.i anl IValers.
Prices of the liniment, 25 centa, 63 cents and tl a bot
tie. A one-dollur bottla enutaius as amcU liaiiaeat SS
eight Ututy-uv-eit bottles
Erery purcliaier of a dollar bottle or the ARCTIC IJV
IMENX recfire't. at Jr. Brack's expeuxe, the L'MTtfj
S-TATIS JOL'RVAI of New Voik, for one year. TL
Journal is a large illustrated psper eacU number eoa
taiuinj sixteen pAtfs, benntifuliy printed on ciea white
paper, and tilled with original niatter Irnm tlio mnt bril
tmnt writers of the country. lrti!ict of aobscriptlMa
and full particulars of the novel and pliilnilirnf:i ao
terprise, of which Ciia offor forms a part, will actoaipac
An AfiKN'T WAV1TT in TTTP.Y TOTTN' and TTTJACE.
URAUU ii BlUKUWES. St. Itula, Mo.
Xsw Yon Onca, No. B71 CHOAJWAT.
Communications should always be addressed to SU Louis.
J. II. MAUN c
Brownville, Jf. T.
D. H. M'lAfCULIi CHAS. DORSET.
McLAUGULHI & DORSET,
Main Street, BrowaYilIe,X.T.,
' Bay and sell Land Warrants, make out and file dsclar
atory statements ; make out pre-emption papers; pay
taxes, investigate titles
Buy acd sell property on commission) fnmisa la4
warrants for time entries, and attend to all other busi
ness connected with a ft-nerul land aacney business).
Particular attention paid toftio selection of Govern
ment hind and the location of land warrants for partiee
residing at a distance.
MCLAUGHLIN A DORSET respectfully refer to
oeurge li. hdii, l..i., Register Brownville Lan
Office. . . .
Chirles B. Smith, Esq., Receiver of Public Moneys'
Nemaha Land District.
Robert W. Furnas. Esq., Editor Advertiser Brownville
Messrs. Lushbaogn tt Carsn, Bankers, Brownville,
Hun. W. M T. Hamilton, lldgerstown. Maryland.
Lewis R. Xewconier Esq. Baltimore, Md.
O H B.irne:, Esq , Dayton Ohio.
non. fenner Kurgnson, Delegate In Congress frona
Nebraska Terrritory, Washington, I). C.
John A. Bcal. Esq.. Attorney at Law, Pern, Ind.
Brownville, April ri, noi3tl
UPRIGHT STEAM SAW MILL.
This mill commands the universal admiration of saw
mill men everywhere. As its merits become known, tbe
demand for it increases. Orders are coming from every
section of this country, Canada. Cuba, and South Ameri
ca. It is suited for every section of tbe world wherever
there is timber to be sawed, no matter of what character
how hard, bow large or how small. Two extensive mi.
nufactories are now enziged in building these mil Is, yet
it is almost impossible to turn them out as fast as they
are wanted. They embrace several valuable patent
and improvements, and combine all ot tbe following ad-
Simihci7y Both the mill and power are so simple tn
their construction that anyone of ordinary mechanical
ability can comprehend them., put them up and run them
without dander or difficulty.
Portability The whole establishment can be very
quickly taken apart and put togetbar, thus rendering it
eiy to be move! Irom place to place asdesired, and sav
ing the neoMSity f drawing the lgs a long distance to
Durability It is onstr'icted in the most solid and
substantial manner, runs perfectly still, is not liable to
get out of order, and wilt last for years without repair.
Kapxatnj it win saw taster than any other upright
upright mill. The speed of the saw is aoout three bun
died strokes per minute and the feed from one-eighth to
three-quarters of an inch per stroke. Thus, at a medium
speed the saw will cut through a log twenty-four feet
lung in about three minutes. From this data any one
knowing the character of tb9 timber can calculate how
ninHi it will do.
Efficiency It does its work well, cuts smoother M
straighter than the ordinary mills, and thearracaetnent '
of tbe saw is such as to render it utterly impossible for
it to rna out of line.
CheapneuV,i entire lost of tbe mill, with fifteen
horse power and everything alt complete and ready for
runmng, boxed and ready for shipmeut ia fit. Louis, is
only $1 750.
This mill requires less power to drive than any other
mill, andthepuwer furoirbed is suulcient to drive extra
A circular containing fnll particulars will be seat tft
any one desiring it. All ordert should be addressed to
BKAtrG A BrRROWES.
Corner Third and Market ttreett, St. Loui, Mo.,
sole agents for the Western and Southern Slates.
March go, '53 48-1 y
W. II. WILLIAMS,
WHOLES ALI! AXD BKTA1L DRALIB 1
STOVES & TINWARE
TAKES pleasure in announcing theeititens of Or
gov soil Uia jjublli: in general, that be bas on
band the most extensive stock of Stores and Tin
ware, ever offered in this market. II j stock of Tin
ware is of my own manufacture, and is for sale at
Wholesale and Uetall st St. Louis prices.
I would call particular attention to my stock of
COOKING STOVES, eomprUing the auut improved. ,
patterns both Air-Tiphl and Premium. Among them
may be found Filly's Charter Oak, the best stove nov
ia use, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Pioneer and, paie I'rsv
Parlor & Box Stoves
Of various Sites and Patterns, which I will
SELL LOWER THAN ANY. HOUSE IS TOWN..
Particular attention paid to making and patting
up Tin Gutters, in the town and country. Also, re
pairing done on short notice and on reasonable term..
Old copper, Brass and Pewter taken in exchange
for work or ware. W. W. WILLIAMS",
Tl-n5 Oregon, Mo., July , I8i.
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V. . 7J If ALT, WOfMiS. WKATf'H
sT-Js : r V J IA. SWF.K.NV, SI'AVIS, KINU-
r'- I : 1 WNK, Ulti-IlEvVn, J-UIJU
fwV-' - r'i KVH, e. No fanner, lirtry
Al ; ' iVl fsv. : atiible keeper, or any rrar
Patent Portable Mill, '
TILE subscribers Lave entered into a partnership
nder the firm of Heed, Iiolabird A Co., t
manufacture the J. C. Reed, Patent Portable Grist
Mill and are now prepared to furnish all those is
want cf a good Cora or Wheat Mill that for dura
bility, simplicty and economy ; excel any Mill ia tha
world. On the late exhibition of the Mechaaiee
institute in Cincinnati, a Gold MedaL was awarded
them for it.
It is adapted to all Grain grinding purposes; It is
superior to all others for the nst extensive Merchant
MU1, as it is for grinding the Fanners feed by Horse,
The above Mills are manufactured by the under-
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, O., where they
eon be furni.'hed in any quantity atsbort notiee.
Tte above Mills warranted to perform as follows:
S ii. diam, per hour 50 11. Cora, 2A Wheat, $300
40 ... m M 3,f M jj 250 '
2 M ." 20 13 , - 204 -29
- " " 15 8 . v lift
As this Mill tells it own -t.ry, it Is uaoec-ssr 15 o
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