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CHAPTFKED At THE LAST SKWSIOS F TuTE if3. LEG
J. E. Jenn'.pg?, 1. 1C Howard, J. A. Owen, Milton
Tooth, John Coiaoun.Jofcnll.Liletis, W.lI.Pecelk,
Jaaie Kay, N.J. iicAban, A. O. Mur.sf.sjer.
- 3. IS. JOM5U3, Pres.
y.B.lIcAsaAK, Scc'y. ,
13 now ready to receive implication for Life, Fire,
Marineend River rits. A eaih return of 25 pee
eect. Trill be allowed ou cf.ro r aiuma. Lostsr
' promptly .dj liattd, and tL usual Utilities given to
tLe p!row of the oli.ee.
April 15th, 1857.
, WEBSTER, MARSH 4c CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholeisale Dealers
Ready Made Clothing,,
&5, Main St., St. Loui3, Mo. .
ll Id Ms vl
ALSO FALL STOCK OF "
GENT'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
Which we offer as low a any JTouse in the City.
WfcBSTEA, MARSH & CO.
WHEELER & WILSON'S -
. J. wr. McDonalds co.,
No. 79, Fourth street, St, Louis, Mo.
Are taking the place of all otter rcijUirie to
Tby are tbe Simplest, Speediest, Cbeayest and most
1 arable Machine existant.
Agents Yi'aiitea in Every Town in
B. F. SNYDER,
ronrarains and Commission
. And Steamboat Agent,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
, Will be t the Levee at ail hour upon the arrival cf
f leamboats, and attend to the-Collection of Billa and
Husinesa lelt with bim with prompt dispatch: alio attend
to tbe Receiving of goods for boats, either for St. Louis or
Will be found in tbe office of Dolman & Vest Eeal
Estate Agents, Jiarkot Square.
. MILLER & BOISAUBIN,
' Importers of French and German
Sheet, Sky-XJsht, and Floor Glass,
. IS, Second St, St Louis, Mo.
Manufacturers of Ornamental Liking-Glass Frames.
Stained Glass in all its Various Branches,
- for Churches, Public and Private
.. " .. Buildings.
Ornamental Work for Steamboats.
HAYDEN & WILSON.
" Importer and Manufacturer cf
T3 13 X jE3
Carriage Trimmings, Saddle Trees,
Ilames, Springs and Axles,
Patent and Enameled Leather,
No. 11, Main Street St Louis, Bio.,
. Are prepared to offer to their customers and the trade
aii assortment of articles unsurpassed, in quality and
cheapness, by any Houe in their line. East or West,
t, SCARRITT 4 MASON,
WTiolesale and Retail Manufacturers of
Furniture and Upholstery,
Washington Avenue, octween
EEC0KD AKD THIRD
. In our Wareroome will be found the latest and best
styles, made by the best woikmeu and of superior mate
rial and tiiu.-b.
BEDSTEADS Fino Rosewood and Mahogany, Walnut
Oak and Cherry, with high potts and Canopy.
SIDEBOARKS Rosewood, Mahogany, Oak and Wal
nut with Shelves and Marble Tons.
WARDROBES and SECRETARIES. Rosewood, Ma
bocanv. Oak and Walnut.
SOFAS Mahogany and Walnut, covered ill hair Cloth
Listing aud Brocalelle.
BUREAUS Fine Uiwewood, Mahngnny, Oak and Wal
nut, with side cases, Marble Top and Oval Glasses.
Roscwood, Mahogany, Oak and Waluut Washstandf,
Center and Side Tables with Marble Tops.
HAT RACEJ3 Rosewood, Mahogany, Oak and Walnut
of many styles.
Also: Fine Rosewood, Mahogany. Oak and Walnut
Farlor, Eay and Rocking Chairs ; every variety of Cosh'
ion, Rufcb and Cane Scat Receptiou and Cot tape Chairs
Recumbent Chairs, Fiano Stools, Ottomans, Footstools
Corner and Side Whatnots, Extension Tables, Shorn ei
Baths, Ice Boxes, Wire and Tin Sales, ScarriU's Patent
Lonnce Bedu,ad3. .
GILT LOOKING GLASSES Spltiid Pier Glasses
Ovals, Mantle and Square; Wood Frames in large as
BEDDIXG Spring, Ilair, Moss, Excelsior and Husk
Matrasses; Feather Beds, Pillows, Bolsters, Comforts
Sheets, fc.c, all of the best material, aud warranted to
be fresh, sweet and new.
Every article warranted as reprefer.ted, and at prices
as low as ariy other huute in the city for corresponding
Orders solicited and faithfully filled.
We cordially invite every one who wishes to call and
examine and price our good, as we ate pleased to show
our goods, and give you all the information in our power
All articles sold by us carefully packed and delivered
on Boat or at the bouse,
Tery Respectfully, BCARB1TT k MASON"
SPELXG AND St HUES GOODS.
FIELD, BEARDSLUE & CO.
Importers and Jobbers.
Piece -Goods for Men'S Wear,
' " JVj. 53, ITain ttrert, St. Louts
We are bow in receipt of a large aid complete stock
t goods suitable for the Spring and Summer trade which
we offer on the most favorable terms. The stock con
sists in part of the following goods, vu:
Cassimers Doeskin? Satiucts: Twct!; Cashmeretts;
Jeans; Corduroys; Moler-kins; Linens; Cttonades; Al
pacas; Drap D'Ettes; Farmer's Satins; Testings; Vel
vets Serges 4lc; every description of tailors' and cloth
iers' trimmings. A complete stock of Blankets. A full
assortment of wool shirts and drawer!.
Merchants, Clothiers and Tailors visiting the city for
th purpose of buying their Spring Slock will find it to
their interest to examine our stock before making their
selections. AH orders will receive prompt attention
FIELD, BEARDiLEB & CO.
April 15, 1R53 no
New Spring Goods,
BEOWN & CO.,
Xo. TS, Main Street Saint L.onig,
Iavlte Mercbants visiting St. Louis to their immense
stock of Kew Spring Goods,
UMPORTATIOII OF 1853,
Black Grode Rhine Silks; Black anl Colored Satins;
Tainted Jaconets; Challies; Dubacei; White Goods;
Bmbroideries; Lace Goods; Gloves; Hosiery; Lace
Mi us, fcc.
Brown & Co., nave ready for exhibition the latest
European and American styles of hoop and hoop skirts ;
French Skirt reeds; ribbons of all styles, silk cravats,
dress trimmings; br&tbes, combs, buttons, togetberwith
five eases Faxisois, of the latest and most fashionable
Cash buyers, close purchasers, and prompt men, vls
ltini this market!, are invited to examine oar stock and
prices. - . ...
BROWS', fc CO., T3 Jfain Street Saint Louis.
April IS. no 3. r
Ve are prepared to furnish at cur Steam Saw Mill,
opposite Brownville in "Prairie Foroet, all kinds of
lumber asuahy found in the West, and some choice
lumber suitable for wagons, f ami tuns, and for build
rnf purposes, Ax such as Hickory, Oak, Ash. Black
Walnut. Svcamnm- I .inn mr.A Pyvtt.nl V.;.h
have conountjy on band,or wilt prepare st ihort no-
mo lowest market prices, bills sawed to or
der, for steamboats. Will saw low on the shares.
"r DJ n noMred. P.iUs for lubr en be left at
enr ouice, m Brownville. We will tilso furnish lnm
,.Vr?nnlhl.,Urdli c'by llc huntrerl at our
Wua.T:'!' ustriou. PotUr.
I CS iXI T23 ITTEJPCSrS 0? A
' THEaR Sas long eistd a puUie demsiid for an
elective pirsativo pCl which could b relied on m
sure and jcrfoctly safe ia its operation. This has
been prqiared to meet that demand, aad an esten
sive trial of its virtue has conclusively shown with
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is easy to make a physical fid, but not easy to
taake the best cf all pit.i one which should hava
none of the obiections, but all the adrantagea, of
every other. Ibis has teen attempted here, and
with what snccess we would respectfully submit to
the public decision. It has been unfortunate for
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious a.nd irritating to the bow
els. .Ibis is not. Many of thorn produee so much
' griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. Thesj piXs produce no irritation or pain,
unless it axi-ie from a previously exis-dny obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Eemg purely
Tegctalile, no harm can arise from their use in any
quantity ; but it is better that any medicine should
be taVen judiciously. Minute directions for their
use in the several 'diseases to which they are ap
plicable are given on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap
petite, L'sUessneM, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
liilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Bide
and Loins ; for, in truth, all these are but the con
seaucmce of diseased action in the liver. As an
aperient triev afford prompt and sure relief in Cos
ttvenesa, Files, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrofula
and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body, Ulcers
and impurity of the blood, Irrtyrularities ; in Khort,
any and every case where a purgative is required.
'Dinv Movn la nrnilii0(l come KIT! frulnr V Rtlft-
Erysipeliis, Falpitation cf the Heart, Fains in the
KpW. Mmnnch- and Mela. inCT snouia oe ireeiy
taken in the spiing of the year, to purify the blood
and prerare the system lor me cnange 01
A n firoainn 1 iIoka. utimulites the ttomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores me appe
tite an d Ti0T. lliey purify the blood, and, by t-w
stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
vate the strength of the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism.
Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, even
though no serious derangement exists; but tin
necessary dosing should never bo carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when tak en to excess. The thousand cases in which
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
they suggest thetaselves to the reason of every
body ; mid it is confidently believed this pill wiQ
answer better prtrpose than any thing which has
hitherto been available to mankind.1 When their
virtues are once known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need cf a
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped, th?y are
pleasant to take, and being purely tegetable, no
harm can arise from their use in any quantity.
, For minute directions, see wrapper on the Box ;
FX EPA RED BY ,l
DR. JAMES C. AYEE,
r radical and Analytical Chemist,
Frica 25 Cents per Sox. Five Soxes for, SL
For the rapid Cnre of
COrGIIS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CIIOIT, ASTHMA, AM)
This remedy has won for itself such notoriety
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi
dences cf its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide is the field of its use
fulness, and so numerous the cases of its cures,
that almost everv section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from Uamiing and even desperate diseases of the
lungs 'by its use. When once tried its superiority
over everv other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to escape observation, and where its virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate. vuiy ui ui iniuaLn.
unon the lunirs. but for the milder varieties of
Colds, uoi'ghs, hoaksknehs, arc ; ana for Chil
dren it is the pleasantest and safest medicine that
can be obtained.
As it has Ions been in constant use throughout
this section, we need not do more than assure the
people it quality is kept up to the best that it evev
has been, and that the genuine article is sold by-
i j. iiyaiAiN & co.,
' " . Brownville, N. T
People's Independent Line.
Season Arrangement of the new Mis
souri River Passenger Steamer
CAPT. JOE HOLLAND.
ii - vUepnlar Council Bluffs, Omaht City, Flor
f'7lZ- TTieiice and Sioux City Packet, for Sioux City,
ftorruco, Omaha, council Bluils, ifellevue. St. Atary's.
Plattsmouth, Wyoming City, Nebraska City, Linden,
Brownville, Kockport, Itemnne's Landing, Saint Steph
ens, White Cloud, Forrest City, Oreson, Iowa Point, Sa
vannah, it. Joseph, Doniphan, Atcluson. n eston, t ort
Leavenworth, lavetiworth City, Kansas City, &.C.
Thcucw, (iwift, and magriiticent Kuseti;ter aud freight
steamer ALOMtO CHILD, Joe Holland Master, will,
upon the opening of navigation, resume her regular trips,
in the above trade, and to all the inieruwaiate points on
the Missouri river, lier patrons.can rely not only upon
her continuing in tbe trade during theentire ooating sea
son, but of finding this season, as during the past, that
for quickness and regularity of trij. as well as superi
ority of passenger accommodations, and general arrange
ments, that they are not excelled by thot-e of any other
boat runuing on the river; having recently been placed
in the mita unexceptionable condition throughout, pre
paratory to engaging in the approaching season's busi
ness. Ihe steamer Alonzo Child, is new, having run but a
portion f one season, and for the very liberal patron
age she has received, Capt. Holland desires to present
his thanks to his friends, and to sy to them that they will
And bis boat and officers fully Tip to the standard of a
firstclass, we'l officered Missouri River passinger steam
er, and as such hopes to receive a reasonable ehareof
the patron ise of the shippers and the public generally.
March 26. 2n3
J0KA8 CRAKE. - TKFOD0RE HIIX.
rOKWiBDING AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND STEAM BOAT AGENTS.
Wholesale and Itetail Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries
- iiariware, mieensware, Foniitore, stoves,
sept. St, 'G7 BBOWfrvJLlE. N T,
1S58 SPELXG SALES. 1S58
W.F. ENDERS & CO.,
TThoIcsale Clothinar Warehouse.
XaveTJiuirreceiveda full and complete stocfblTpriDg
and Summer clothinit; whi h is unsurpassed in extent.
quality, and wtrkmin;hip, in any other hout-e in the
Union. All our clMaing is made by us expessiy
for this market, at our Manufactory, Simmons block,
Boston. - .. - . , . . v -.
Large and close buyers will find it for their interest
ta give us a cll, as we pledge ourselves t sell for cash,
or to prompt men at prices that will defy all compe
tition. A lull stock for Sutlers and Santa Fe trade.
Wm. F. &SDKRS, St. Louis, John W. BIG SLOW,
Boston. . no 42
Reaper & Mower for 1858
C II Y ATT & Co., Agents,
' L$.Jofp, JA"oKr, "
Is again offered to the farmers of Missouri, and Nebraska,
as the best B sapor in the world, and tbe best combined
Reaper and Mower, and is so warranted. ' For five years
past I have avoided attending the various State and
County Fairs, for tbe purpose of seeking premiums, re
garding my machine as too well know to need that sort
of commendation. In July last tbe United States Ag
ricultoral rociety, at their Fair at Syracuse, New fork,
awarded tome a
GOLD MEDAL and DIPLOMA.
For the t est reaper, arter a severe test, In heavy tan
gled rye over hilly and uneven ground. Alsa tbe 'Great
Council Hedal' was awarded by the exhibition of all na
tions in London ia 1S51 to C. McCormick. oa the ground
of the orif icallity and value of his AMEaiCAN REAP
ER, and ah at tbe great French Exhibition at Paris, in
1864, was awarded the Grand Gold Medal tf Honor. Also
the biShest prize awarded to any reaping machine by the
Royal AgTicultarai Society of England ia 1867, and still
more glorious, the highest satisfaction aad approval of
over 100 000 farmer of my (vn country. -
Farmer desiring the McCormick Reaper an4 Kower for
the present year will secure by leaving their orders
should be t on before tbe 1st lay of Starch next.
AprU 15, 1S6J no2 .. . - .-, - - -- -
House, Sign, & Ornamental Painter,
t IrCer ean beleft at Use City Drug Stre. TrJ
Tha undersigned will sell a valuable claim at a bar
gain, as they are determined to soil. H consists of 16X1
area. all bottom land; about oae a!f of which is timber
and ibe balance prairie; 40 acres under fence and calti-
vation. It is situated ou the Little Heniana Kiver; nine
tni:es from Brownville and about the same distance from
Nemaha City, one mile north of larng's bridge. ' .
Ap!y to the undersigned oa tho premises-
. . . JOHN HUGHES
m-34-p4 .-" - - LEMt KL nUGiIF.5 .
NEW . ARRIVAL
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TIN W A EE . r.
. . BKOWNVILLE. ,
4 NXOUXCES to thenublio that he haa just re-
A ceived. per Steamer Emma, s very lurze and
well assorted stock of Farlor and Cook Stores, of I
new and improved patterns, follows:
Shanghai Elevated Oven.
'a Clipper Oven.
a Improved Pttfter a
Charter Oak a
all of which I plcdze mvsclf tselt at as fair rate
and on as accommodating terms aa any other estab
lishment in thss region of country.
I have also now on h.ind ei ery requisite variety
nf Tin Omner and Sheet Irnn ware, and am nre Dared
" J i L J f . - " j
to nut up eutterineand spoatioz and all other work
in my line, at short notice, and in a workmanlike
manner, which I warrant to give satisfaction. . '
A share of patronaa is solicited.
Brownville, July 15th, 1857"
A. 13. HOLLABIRD & CO.,
Machinists, Founders nd'j ,
I'ront street, West of Smith,
CI KfJTN N A m,.n..
Would most respectfully inform their friends and
the public generally, that they are now pre
pared to execute all orders in taeirlino, with prompt
ness. Ravin? lately enlarged their shop and with
the increased facilities they now possess, they hope to
merit a continuation of the lileral patronage which
has heretofore been extended to tnein. - l
atf Hill Endues of every Description
Constantly on han: eons istin.!? of the riash, Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears and every description of
Jastinca, warranted to be well made in cveryparticu-
Thev have also & Boiler Yard attached to their
establishment, which enables them to oversee all
work in that line furnished by them, and are pre
pared to work on as reasonable terms as any other
shop in the country. .
Ihose in wan of anything In tnrjine, would do
well to give ub ft cadi and examine our new pattern
GEO. S. EAYER & CO.,"
ML ESTATE' BROKERS,
General Land Agents,
41 ills co, lowa,
Uass co, Nebraska.
WILL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Inves
tigating Titles, Paying Taxes, Investing mon
ey, Buying and Selling Town Lots, Buying; Selling
and Locating Land Warrants, and all other business
connected with their profession in Western Iowa and
Nebraska. ..... , .
J. M. 1 DEWS, Associate Attorney.
Greene, Weare & Benton,'
G. Doughty k Co.,
Greene, Weare St Rice,
Greene & Weare,
Nixon 4 Goodman,
Tootle A Greene,
N. W. Thomas,
Schooly 4 Son
Gon. Vm. Irick,
I. Reed 4 Son, 1
Robinson 4 Mro.,
Burlington Co. Bank,
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Ft. Des Moines '
Cedar Rapids, " 1
Vincentown, V. 3.
. U M
T. E. HAYCOOK,
Attorney at Law
REAL ESTATE AGEIIT.
Mount Vernon, Nemaha Co.,.
Particular attention paid to tbe practice of law and col
lection of dents in tbe counties nr Nemaha, riwus,
Sjhnson, ana iticharason, eoraKka Territory-.
Ileal estate bought and sold on commission. Land
warrauts located for distant dealrrB. Pre-emption
papers carefully prepared.
f'-" ' REFERS fO .. - .
Sam. II. Elbert, Plattsmooth, N. T. ,
' HP Bennet, Nebraska city, N T '
O D Richardson, Omaha ciiy, NT
Fenner Ferguson, HC, tellevue, NT
Cassatly & Tust, Bankers, Council Bluff, Iowa
Cook, Sergeant & Cook, Fort Desmoines, Iowa.
December 3. 1867 nJ31y
J. V. WESILAKE. A. A. BUTTOS.
WESTLAKE & BUTTON,
-MACHINE SHOP & FOUNDRY,
Railroad Car, EIoeK. Pump, Bolt
uuiutl Ul 1U11111 JJ1UU1C Ol.,
ST. LOUIS. MO.
Contractors outats constantly on han. such as
Kotary Tump Cars, Sideer End Cars,
Wneelbarrows, bcrapers, Single and
-Horse Power Derricks, &c.
Blacksmitbing of all kinds. Bridge and Truss Bolts of
any lengtn. w orxtnansbip warranted of best quality.
Fresh Arrivals ! Heavy Additions ! !
Prices Greatly. Reduced!
CURRENCY TAKES AT PAR 1 1
J, B. JENNINGS
Cor. 2nd and Frances sis, SL Joseph
IIAS Ju6t received at his store room, corner of Second
ana rrancis Streets, St. Joseph, everything desirable in
bis line, which he pnrchased for tbe Fall and Winter
trade, at greatly reduced price for Cash, andwuieh he
will sell at corresponding prices for cash, cr to pnnctual
customers. Among his recent rticelpts lire 60 dox Fresh
Peaches, 35 doi Prime Apples, 20 dox Assorted Fruits.
20 doz Lobsters 1 & 2 lb cans, 300 doz Field's celebrated
Oynters put up this fall. SO half Barrels new white Fish.
alo Codfish, 100 boxes W R Cheese, 60 boxes D do, 600
lbs Currants, 60 boxes fresh raisins, 100 boxes dried ber-
rtng, 600 lbs Goshen Butter, 200 bbls crackers, 60 bbls
nuts assorted, 600 lbs Peanuts, 100 boxes assorted and
fancy candies, 100 do gum drops and motto Lozengers,
200 drums Figs,&c. Also a large lot sugaa and molasses,
which will le sold at prices considerably below the prices
sixty aayi ago.
St. Joseph. Nov. 8, 1S57. . Sin
R. .E. ToitEROT.
visUuu w iwiuvivj,
n holcsale and Retail Healers in r
HATS' M0; CAPSr
aT Pft V kX WW . . sa. ss- tK
Also, Shippers of American Purs of every de-
.--.: r . i . :i.
Kritiiiuu, iur wxiica mey wm pay
the highest Market Price.
CULTI.l Merchants are invited to examine our
stock of Hats 4 Caps for the approaching Spring
and Summer trade, which will be lare, fashionable,
ana wen selected, in point or variety our stock shfJI
not be excelled by any House in St. Louis.
Our priees will be low, terms accommodating.
Call and see us at our ew Store. Second St.
St. Joseph. Mn. - . . i2-nnj
i W. H. HOOVB.
Nemaha Citv- '
LAKE & HUUVEK,
BBAL mm ME,
a m '
BroTravill3. and Nemaha City,
T71LLpromotlyattend to Land Agencies, Payimr
VV taxas. Drawing monev. buvintr and aellinf
Heal Estate, buying and st-lling on Commission,
waning VOiioctions tor distant dealers, and all kinds
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 ownicg town lots, residing at a dUtasae
wisning to procure warranty Deeds will do well to
place the agency inour hands, (alw bm presenting
their Quit claim Deeds for said Lot Villi in the ex
piration of six menths, as after that lime all lots cot
ueeaed wiir be sold.
Blanks always on bsiid..
d w m j vu H "va . i i -s
Lette rs of injnir v answered promptly. "
2. '57. . 4I-li
33 husk M attraeses just receivod at tba store of
Aug.flHotfT. Infil . I. f. WBrft.
i ,k ; . ; DEALERS IN
llain St. between
HATS i &
.' AND ' "
, V. s ' Vr S.M ,vSn rr1 .''r.
; Flour, Bacon,
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
E have just opened ft heavy Stock of Fall and
and Fancy line, which we are now prepared to
j ihm &sit ur xuusitrj nuuuic.
. 1857. . v v2nl8-tf . . " CR AXE' 4 HILL.
I. T. WHYTE tSc CO'S,
BROWNVILLE, N T.
WT& have just received an entirely new and large assortment of Superior Goods, which we wi!
W ..n&hiA nrio ilk ariTRstablishincnt in the West, our motto beii)2 ''Lire anl t Live."
We have now in store a great variety of the following articles, whicn we purchased tor ussn and 3onse-
quently can sell cheap on the same terms
HATS Aim CAPS,
Queensware and Yillow Ware,
And a fine assortment of L.l?ltt Groceries,
Such as Spice, Peppers, Soda,
- Salaratus, Ginger, Allspice, eto, etc.
And ft good article of
Smoking and Chewing Tonacco.
It is ft pleasure to us to show goods, and we ask you
Oct. 1. ItwT. ivznia-iyj
THE preprietors would most respectfully inform the
they have received arm are now opening one 01 tne largest ana most couiuicio oiwuw viummg
Ever brought to this market.
Their assortment of
Embraces every variety of Textures and Prices ; as to Color they have Brown, Blue, Black, visible and
invisible Green, nnd Cloths, CasHmers.Satinctts. Cashmeretts, and Jeans, all made up
according to the latest fashionable
embracing the very latest
at nil time a fine selection of Cravats, Stocks, Tyes, Collars white or colored, Handker
chiefs, Suspenders, Carpet Bags, etc., which we will
We have the finest
SPRING AND SUMItlER CLOTHING
Warranted to suit tbe m-Jst fastiduous. A fine assortment of
COATS, Dress, Frock and Sack.
PAXTS, ETery Style and Description.
TESTS, To please Large and Small.
SHIRTS, Both White and Fancy.
TT7"E ; would but ask the public to call, axaraine and judge for themselves whether the Clothing at th
. v v Aaiumoreiotning emporium is not or better
ana sweniy-nve percent, cneaper man tney nave ever
wwoerva. lojr. Lvznia-tyj
offer to the public, we aro confident, the
i V larirest and best selected
stock of Orocenes
ever offered in this market :
Hhds Sugar, 50 Sacks Coffee,
125 Sacks Flour, 5 Tierces Kice,
20 Ubla Molasses, 10 Boxes Star Candles,
2C Itoxes.Soap. 150 Sacks alt
ibis Cider Tiniirery.ldO bbls Selt.
1. T. WHYTE 4 00.
New Wholesale Crocerj Hoase.
w. C. RITCHIE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
CIGARS, WOODEN WARE,
Comer Main and Francit Street. Riddie' Old
Stand, Oppotitt Stout Hotel,
ST. JOSEPH, SIO.
BAITS Just received the largest and most complete
stack of tbe above goods ever opened in upper Missouri,
t which the attention of merchants and dealers is .res
pectful. ing invited having purchased them principally
for cash at the very lowest possible prices, In Boston,
Kew lork and St. Louis, feel confident that I can offer
Inducement that are rarely found, and hoping, by rair
and liberal dealing, low prices and good Goods, to merit
a liberal share of patronage. Call and examine my stock
f!d Ptww before purchasing, sales are bound to follow,
lmy. .TL'U frad eTer 8rt,cle dually kept In
a Vo I Grocery Bouse.
ATIOBITE Y AT LAW,
v BE0W5TIUE, N. T. "
. Will write deeds of every kind and eontraU for every
parposa. with warranted legal accuracy.
. Office, in the Banking Tfonse of LushbaugU fc Carson.
Hml John A. Bingbaro. Cadiz, Ohio. ,
" W Cartec, Cleveland, ' -- - -
"BP ftpaloin. "
" B F Letter, Canton,
44 SLabm. "
" Wm R Sapp, SCt. Tenwn, "
" B P Chase, Columbus,
i . " Tbos. Ford, Ilanslield, : i -
Jas. Craig, Pt. Joseph. Ifa.
Front and Socond sis.,
mnf A" k
. , .1 Al Ol.J.
Winter Uoods, embracing everyining m tno
otter to tho trade at extremely mw pmes,
rill sell at
BOOTS Aim SHOES,
to call round and see for yourselves.
i. i. uiit(ttu.
yy Tilzx Street,
Brownville, N. T.
citixens of Brownville and the public generally that
cut. i neir vnneijr m ctm du o,
styles and patterns,
sell as cheap as any establishment in the West.
and best assortment of
to this Territory.
Wit tiVmi a iSTt fc iirv 5 yrx'n
made material ,,. ir. h,. la.i. i.nM, r;mm
SIEGEL 4 GREENBAUM.
DISTILLED FP.0M COAL.
(Secnred by Letters Patent.)
Kerosene lLLrwmTi.iuoiL. The lieht obtain
ed from mis Oil exceeds in brilliancy that of any
other oil or fluid heretofore discovered; is inexplo
tive, and will remain. limped in the very coldest
Ttn t-'otnpany roc om mend as the lamps best adopt
ed to this Uuil, the Kerosene Lamps, manufactured
by the following parties: Messrs. Cornel us & Baker,
also, Dyott.of Philadelphia, E. V. llsughwout A
Co.. 4i3 Broadway, the Brooklyn Flint CMass Co..
Xo. 73 Broad Street, Messrs. Dicti & Co, 133 Wil-i
Iiam Street, L. Mcrcier 1.17 Elm Street. Y-
Sa in pies of different styles of Lamps can be seen at
tbe Office of the Company.
Kekosknb LrBRiCATiso Oil, No. I. Prepared to
suit tne finest, and all other kind of Machinery
burns britlianty in Locomotive Ilend Lights, Car
Lamps, and all the ordinary Solar and Il.nd Lamjo,
anastanas as grea' degree or cold as best rperm
Oil, and is admirably adapted toBailrood and Steam
ship use. '.
KraosESK LrsBiCATixo Otis, No. 2, 3. Superior
Lubricators, and will be round to possess advantages
over any Oils in the market at same prices will not
barn and has been thus prepared to meet the re
quirements of Railroads and others.
Kerosc5E BrsxaCLB Oil. Prepared expressly
for Ships' use, and will be found admirably adapted
fornseof r"t samsbips, Men of War, Merchant Ves
sels, Lake and Kiver craft, and bnrns 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 requiring to
be trimmed, an advantage that "will be obvious to
The Kerosene Oils ean be obtained from the
Wholesale Oil Dealers, Ship Chandlers, Druggists,
uu viroccra m jtw a or, ana me reguiany appoint
ed Agents of the Company n many of the principal
Towns and Villages of the United States, the Cana
days, and the Island of Cuba.
Local Agents appointed (in conformity with the
rules established by the Board of Trustees, on ap
General Afenti, Kerosene Oil, Co.,
' No. 50 Leaver Street, N.Y.
N.B. Circulars with full particulars, testimonials,
prices, te will be forwarded OB arc! nation as above.
, Jane J5th, . v2 S-lj
Ifaw Ilardwaro Store.
' Sisrn of the Saw.
- J. FLAHEHTY, ' '
Wholeaae and Kcta.il Dealer ia
American German, English & French
HARDWARE AXB CUTLERY.
ST. JOSETU, Ma
S KOW receiving and opening the largest and most
varied arsortment of goods in the above line ever
offered in any market west of St. Lou-is. -
My stock embraces fall and complete assortment
of Cabinet and House Builder's Hardware, Mechan
ic's tools of every description, direct from the m-st
approved manufacturers; agricultural and norucui
tural tools and implements, in great variety, comom
in? all the recent and useful improvements for the
avin of vast amount of labor to the farming com
munity, from whom 1 respoctiuiiy request a careiui
examination of this department of my stock. I am
also exclusive agent for the sale of th celebrated
St. Louis Circular Mill and Cross Cut Saws, which I
will warrant, and fill all orders at ihe factary prices.
Also ft large assortment of Guns, Rifles and Fidtols,
Iron, Steel, Kails, Ac, of the best brands: in a word,
my stock is very complete, which, fo. its quality and
price, I am determined to offer such inducements as
will command ft liberal share of trade from this and
adjoining eounties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies for American Hardware Mtnufaciurers,
together with a long expenorx-e in the general Hard
ware trade, enables me; not only to defy all competi
tion, but has convinced me that the true principle of
trade is small pmnu and quick returns.
January 1, 1SS7. vlnZUtf
1 jf 1
J01TX COLIIOLN & BROTflEE,
(Sign of the Padlock, opposite the Post 03ioe.)
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL
Building and Saddlery Hardware
Boots, Shoes," Lender and Shoe Findings.
sr. JOSEPH, MO.
TTAVE now in store, and u arrive shortly, Amer
L J. lean and r oreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves 4 Son's Files Scissors
and Edgo Tools
Knives and lurks
Batcher's do do
Spear & Jackson's saws
Gimlet pointed screws .
Griffin's and. American
Post holo augers
Ames' shovels and spades
Lull 4 Porter's shutter
Circular, mill and muly
Planesand plane irons
Coopers drawing knives
do ad lea and wood
Butts, cast and wrought
Copper rivets for belts
Tuyere Irons - . . .
Plated and com. stirrups .
do do Bitts
do do Buckles
do do Kings
Breast and rein snaps
Bra?s curtain bands and
Augers and auger bitts
Gras and grain do
Shovel? nnd tongs
Framed wo d saws
Blacksmiths' Bellows and
MotiHchole Armitigo an
Stex ks and dies
Pad hooks, breeoh'gloops
: ad screws, oockeyes
(iirtb ruin and roller web
Silk, 3 cord thread
With many good .embracing a complete assort
ment of the most desirable which they will sell at
the lowest prices. J. COLIIOUN 4 BRO.
April 16tb,lS57. 3t-Iy
MILLWRIGHT & ENGINEER,
BEOWIs"VJLLE, N. T.
ANNOUNCE to the public, that he is'preparcd
to erect Steam and Water Saw and Merchant
Mills at short notice and reasonable terms. Repair
ing of machinery if all kinds.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
He is also Agent for
A. B. HOLLIBIRD & CO'S
LEE & LEAVITT'S
And are prepared to receive at d till orders for any ma
chinery manufactured or kept on hand, by these es
tablishments. Letters of enquiry, promptly answered.
'Noel, Lake 4 Co., Browovi'.le, N. T. Steam Mill.
R. W. Furnas, Brownville, "
Muir, liann k Co., 44 "
Dr. Hoover, Nemaha city, "
P. M. Roger, Pawnee cify, "
Nuckolls 4 White, Rockport, Mo.
James Lowo, Linden, "'
A. B. ilolliberd, Cincinnati, 0.
Brownville. June 13, 1S57.
OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
If ANTE ACTTREB8 4.VD WrfOLESALE DEALERS IJI
Boots Shoes 8c Erogans,
XO. 87 MAIS STREET, SAINT LOUIS, MO.
ARE NOW IN RECEIPT of a complete assortment
of goods from their own and other manufae
tories,adaptcd especially to the Western trad".
Purchasers are invited to examine their stock,
manufactured and selected with great care and
warranted of superior quality. Order will receive
rompt and care's' attention.
Capital Stock $30,000.
KVOBASKA C1TT, If. T.
THIS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
fully organized, and theirentire capital stock of
J'''jr Thouttmd bMar, paid in and secured. They
are prepared, from this date, to grant opju pdicics,
and take risks, upon erjual terms, with the most
fnvored insurance Company-any where. Having
aanpiea tne mutual principle, its patrons, withooi
incurring any liability, will share in tbe pro fits of
The operations of the Company, will be confined,
lortne present, to marine, or cakgo risks, with
maximum liability of $12,S0u on any one bottom.
Being the only Insurance Office, on theabove pop
ular plan. West of the Missouri, it confidently ex
pecru generous suppiirl from Western Merchant.
We respectfully invite the Missouri River pa
S.F.Nuckolls, Chas. F.nolly,
II. P. Bennet, J. L. Armtrong,
W. N. Ilinchmsn, Miles W. Brown,
A. A. Bradford.
CIIAS.F.tlOLLY, President. '
' J.GaaaiDB, See'y.
St. Louis Agent CoLW.T.Ueward.
April 2d, 1847. .: ; , 4 .
J. T. HORN
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
nATS AND CAPS, .
allSjPIdxTH, Stoves, Furniture, &.C
JS0N0RAfc MO. ;
4rTTtb,lS57. , . 41-t
I have just received an eatiruty biv an.r
' . ' srrnnos . cood3, ' ;
Which I will sell at us reasotatlo vrW
establishment ia the Wet,
I have now ia store s greattsrieiy of to
lowing articles, which were puaha-sod for C
aadconsetjucDtlj.caa sell ch.ap oa the same t
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
XLR1TARE AAD CUTLEItl
BOOTS AND SHOES, j
; Heady Wada Clothing.
And a fine assortment of 5
Such aa i
. . l'eppcrs,
. - Salaratus,
19 November 5th. etc.,
House, Sin, and Omamiintal PaL
GLA2I2K, G RAINEH,
" PIPE RII .1 Jf C CR,
. NEMAHA, CITY, N. T.
r,mnTMl hit n,int ih..n fmm Hi rknirt ti, ik.. .1 I
II thiuka himself qualified t ai.dortata any wutkf
the public to gire bim a cull..
Please leave orJrsat the "Advertiser" efflce."
Nuv. 1. 1S07. a2i.
rn i : t m m
E. PA11KEU . i'
.1 Ml. VUUUW " U11U
Atlantio street. Wect of iToblifreU's Storn
DROWXVILLE. XEMtASKA TERR.
TTAV IXU bought property and located permar.
ax ly in isrownviiie, I oter my services t
public generally, ir they wait Bry thing done i
line of business. I can always bo foand at my
or. more properly sjieaking at mv bench.
Work W arranted Fit !Vo r
Particular attention paid to caltinggaruinu
layiug off work for the Scnmstrt!. The greJ
portion or my life has been d jvotou to my trad
which I consider myself inferior to none espeej
in the cutting department, and I hope by closeat
tion to my business to merit a. share if
patronnge. E. . PARKE
Brownville April lflth, 13i7. i
DOWDALL, MARRIIAM, & CO
Engine arid Machine shop,
co axe a or secosd and moboak stbects,
ST. LOUS, Al.. .
Manufacturer of Steam KnKinesam! B- ilers, Siw
Grist Mill Machinery Sinslo and Double Circular'
Mills, Tobacco Screw and F.e!-e l4d Kettle, fl
Screws and Cylinders, Wool Canlmr Mjctune Bo H
Castiniw Tuiut' Improved Talent Smnt Mil Is, kf 1
0-A;ENT3 ior the-aaleof Jamea Sn.nh ft Co i!
per ior Machine Card.
MT. VERNON, NEBRASKj
a. jvijujuijx. j r
Annonnre fi the public that be has purchased tha (
sive Stock of Good brought ! ibis pl:ire by Mri D l
and now olteni to aeil I
xrj uoouuimiTirs, siara
at prices as fair as can be found iu ibe Western cot
Or Casb or in exchange fur tnuntrjr pr xluce. l
nn. i '(7f ma -1
UE011GE F. KKNiNEUy,'
ADGLLIl lL Lll) AGE-V
Florence City, N. T.
Scott city Steam Saw-L!
JOHN C. HUFFMAN,
Scott t liy. ilo.. t
(Immediately oypotite Bi oiCHtnlle. -V. T )f
Announce to the public that he baa leased the
team saw-null recently erected by Mr. Meek. 1
ai above, s tid is now prepai ed to furcnh the citizo
MiMoari and N'ebranka with an extra iiality of Lva,
of every description aiwl
S1 WED LATHS
of an excellent quality. A share f patronage Is selio
November 11. 1H67. tv.
NATII'L POPE COUSIN,
Land and General Ager
WASHINGTON CIT T, D. C.
IlavinK resigned the aitu.iti.T which ke haa be!
the General Land Office for tho last twenty year
charge of the Pre-emption Bureio oiera Iwifnj
the proMcutiun of claims before the Ue'tiuent, l
she pre-emption law, town site acttf 111, aic. t
Mr. C. will also give attention t can berore the i
aion office procure Laud Warrant t parties eutil
andproneuute claims beforeConi ress. j
lion. S A. Domtlas. Illinois, V. S. Senate.
J. l. Brishl, li. liaiu. '
C. K. Stuari Mii-bitfan, "
R. W. J.,tiiloii Arkaunas,
Dan'l Wells. Wiacooa. n, House Rips.
C. C. Washburue, '
B ib't Smith. Illiaois, "
John B. Sjndiilge Louiaiana, "
Thomas A. Hendricks, Com'r Land O.llce
Jos. S. Wilann. Kv). Chief Cterk
Hon. . M. liantinaton. Kx-Cym'r, Indiana.
James Shieids. Ex-Com'r. Minnesota
Gen. C. Whitiug, Com'r Feiisions.
Gov. Melary. Sl. Paul, Mint esota
Messrs. Sweeny, Fent k. Co., Banters, Vasbir.
Pairo h. Xourie, do do
Chabb Brother, do So
Suter, Lea ft. Co, io do
Also, to the District Land Oflicer renersllv. a:
all whobave had land business al theu-et of govern
fr years. E3N'o business letter will rnM 1
tion unless accompanied by a let. nil-
Jonas Crane and Therdore Hit. have tkiaday finr4
nwu-partnerhip undir the the ilrm ard atyleof Cr.
u.i', and will continue tbe Mercantile bas.nessat tt
st4Ldcf McAllister, Doner X Co.
JO? AS fKAXS
H. 1S67 TUB iOK HI
GEO. P. UCKIIARDT,
OREGO.V, HOLT COJ NTT. MO. !
TAKES tbe liberty to inform tlie citizens
Brownville and vicinity, that lie has opeort
Watch, Ciock, and Jewelry 8tore,
In Oregon, Hidt eoonty, M., where h will keep c
stantly on band, and for sal-, t got assortment
Gold and Silver Watches. Cl.s l s ind Jewnry, wl,.'
he will sell extremely low, for CASH. A', a i
lot of Violins, Accordeona, Silver, end lilted S
tacles. (ld Pens with GolJ sml Silver extens.
eass-s, Silver Thimbles. Ac At. . J
lie is prepared to repair Watthes, (Lkkj and J -f
elry, of every description, in the host manner a
on ihe most reasonable term. ' I
Every article bought in his eitaMishment, i wi
ranted to be what it is represented to bt. Watch f
pairing warranted for one year. j
July Ig5. vl-nfif I
T. B. CCatI0.
0l.f C. TTBI,
CDNAG & TlTiK, j
Attorneys at Law & Real Rtatc Ager;
OMAHA CTTT, Tt. T.
WILL attend faithfully and pmir'y to all but"
ness entru.ted to them, in the Territorial )
Iowa Courts, to tbe purchase ef lots and lands, ti
trries and pre-emptions, eollsctions. As. J
Office in the second story of Jfenry R-iotsn
building, nearly opposite, the Western Excharu
iiank, tambara strct. . 1 . '
Dec. 27, 15. ln23tf
tAXtn fs. F13IB.
WW. . e A KBIT
Manufacturers and WhalenalelM i
BOOTS AND &,
(FOMIT,N9.181,CORXBOP II A
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