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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1858)
To A. H. Refold and .11 m it
" .- . i ari.car Ml the land Office
ere hereby notified that I wm ai - r.,-h,v ih
,n Brownvil.e. Nebraska Terrify
"f Section ToV and the west Lalf h"-
.'Sf f 6CCU0D D W' CONRAD?
Juiy 29, 1SC9.
GREAT SALE OF
.AT BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA,
On Monday, A up:. 2,
The undersigned having laid off a portion of the land
.wned by hi:n, adjoining theCity of Brownville, Nebras
ka, into lot corresponding in sue with ",ber .'"'"'
C.tr, street, and alley a.so to -""0lnd. ff.r r "J
ale to the hithest biddef cUi..nin:mgcnMouda, Augut
J, 1SSS, , , .
7Vo Hundred Lois.
f.w .rriiainN"! it need only be announced that the
Sw" "f U'- ''u.b Claim." vhich
l?e!."nt Vn the Lcart of the City, but owing to iU
I av,"p"Von in contest m.lil quite re cut ly has not been
limit tii-)n otherwise improved. The General Land
rffire at Washington having decided the contest, the
land has 1-een entered and W arranty deeds can be given.
To th..e wihmg to invest in Nebraska town properly
no better point .iror-rnrtuuity can be found.
Tl I.ws One third cash; one llurd in three months
andthebalan c in fix months. e. ured by mortgage on
the premises, or my giving bond for deed.
July 1, 1S. JAMKS FERGUSON.
For Casli nnd ou Timo
We are prepared to loan Land Warrants of all sizes to
settlers on euch tunc a ihcy may desire long or tbort
at the us'ul rates.
A constant supply of Warrants will t'e kept en hand
,t t kale as cheap as tLey can le bought elsewhere in
Buv of regular dealer" and lcware of bogus warrants.
All warrants told bv us will be guarantee! to be
F'nuinein every res.cct and will be exchanged if de
fective. Heme rtTin'' located in Brownville, we can al-t-e
found at the old rtaud a lew uwrscasiul the
i.r.snBAicn t carson.
Bankers, and Dealers in Land Warrants.
r.mnnt CH. jso i.. carso
LUSHBATJGH & CARSON,
BAXkERS AXD GEXERAL LAXD AOEXTS,
livnlvrn In l oin,
Vncurrent Moiiev, Kx.hance and Land Warrants,
BROWN Vll.I.K. NKM AHA CO., X. T.
Especial attention will be given to Buying ami Selling
"Exchange the prnnip.il cities of the liuted Mates,
iold, Silver, and uncurrent Bank Notes. A constant sup
ply of I.and Warrants on hand for sale. roR cash, or en
tered on tune for Pre-cmptor. All Warrants sold by us
, !!irantced in every resject. Will file Declaratory State
'ments rd intention to pre-empt, and prepare lre-eiiipti"ii
Papers at short notice. Money loaned upon best securi
ties, at wetern rates of interest, and investments made
in Lands or city property for distant capitalists. Collec--rtoi
Un all convenient joints will be prompt ly altend
ed to a ltd proceed remitted in cv liange, at current rates.
i Bill" "f Kxchange on England. Ireland, and France, ob-
lamed at tuual rates, with cost of Kxchange on the East
i added. Deposits reccivcdon Current account audiutcrest
i all"elon special dernrf-its.
OFFICE Main St ., near 1". S. Land Office.
Lind. Brother &. Co., Merchants, Philadelphia, Pa.
McXaughton, Caraoui Co., " " "
Hier s"l'hite, ' Baltimore, Md.
Toanr.CarsoJi & Bryant. " " "
. Jno. t'mson Masi.n, Corrof Port, " '
iK. M. Punderson kl'o. Men haiits, "
M. at . Teakle k. Co. No. 11. Broailway, New York.
Wm. T. Simthson. E-., Banker, Washington, D. C.
J. T. Stevens. E-j., Att'y at Law, "
Jno. S. tiallaher, Latell And. U. S. T., " "
Taylor h. Kriegh, Bankers, Chicago. 111.
McClelland. Scruggs fc. Co. Merchants, St. Louis, Mo.
Hon. Th.. i. Pratt. Annapolis, Md.
Iloa. J. . ieary. Ex-Gov. Kansas, Penn.
Hon. Jas. . Carson. Mercersburg. Pa.
. P. B Small. F.vi , Pre't S. Bank, llagerstown, Md.
Col. (rto. fchley. Att'y at Law, " "
"harle- Parsons K Co. Bankers, Keokuk. Iowa.
II. C. Xutt kt'o. " Council Bluff "
Jreene. Weare KKice, " l'es Vloine, "
!uglass S. Watoon, " Vinton, "
'ol. Sam Hainbleton, Att'y at Law, Fa-ton. Md.
Judge TImw. I'erry, Cumin-Hand. Md.
Prof. II. Tut;ler, Havana Alabama.
Yancton Town Company
"To all whom it may coiioern. Notice is hereby given
that the MBderwened bave this'd.iy associated and in
corporated tbenisel e together under the name and style
Yacclon Town Company.
The principal place of transjrting Die business of the
-omaiiy isiu ne town vf Yam-ton in Kicbardson county
TL The geiu-ral nature J the business of the Company is
Coal mining, a;id biiviu? and selling Real Estate at the
town of Yam-ton, Nebraska Territory.
The amount o capital l. k f the Company is not to
exceeO live bmolrcl thousand dollars, to be paid in as
required bj the Itr-I.aa '4 the Company.
t'orporatmn commenced u the i!lst day April, ISiS,
and is to continue lori'Uyr.
Thehighi-st auiount oi iuM.tedness of the Corp.Ta
1 ion shall at no time exctvsl 6u.(Mi(l dollar- n more than
two thi'ds of the Capital Stmk paid in.
The affairs of the Corporation are to be conducted by
a P'c-ident, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer,
jtiid a Hoard of Iiirectors to le elected stni-annual ly.
N J Ml tllP, ,
A II KllilU N.
UK TII NCCKOLLS,
THUS W SMITH,
Juiy I, ISM.
S F M l KOl.LS.
)l T ARMSTRONG.
ST. GEORGE TOH COJUMXY.
BflOWK V I LLC. N. T.
June lit, ISO's.
Pursuant to a rail of the Secretary of the St. Georce
Town company, a quorum of the stockholders this day
tiiet at the. rh Co! R.J. Whitney.
- tin call there was found present representatives of
over two-thirds the enure st. k of theiompany.
The following resolutions were introduced and unanim
ously adopted :
Hetelrri, . That the sum of two dollars be and i
herehv assessed against ea- h share of the town company
5. That lte amount so assessed shall be paid on or tie-
fore the first day of August A D 1S6S, by the holders
3 That share-holders paying the assessment shall give
to the Treasurer a list ot the number of the shares upon
bita be m.iken invmcnt. Ttiat the Treaurer shall
deliver su. b lists to the Secretary, whose duty it shall
A to make a record of the same.
4. That all shares uinm which said assessment lias not
tieen raid bv the first day id August A I IsftS, shall be
.and are herebv declared to be forfeited to the Company
b. That it shall I the duty of the Treasurer to keep
a strict account of all the moneys received upon said as
sessment, and report the same to a meet ins of this com
pany to be held at Brownville on the said first day ol
t. That the provisions of this assessment shall not ar-
ly to any shares Hon which the assessment ordered on
the first day of Octcbcr A 1V7, has been heretofore
7. That put of any funds of the company in the hands
of Ue Treasurer, it sliall be lawful i..r the Treasurer
ay and wi.h tlie allow Mice aisi approval of the President
o pay any account agaitist the company that may be pre
sented prior to the next meeting of the company; and
that it shall tie lawful tor the Treasurer, by ami with
he approval of thePresident. toenter into. cor.trart for,
and aj'pK- tie tusdsof tlie nanpaiiy n his bands la tie
ijiroeBiemts of the town site, prior to the next meet
ing of the company.
Adjourned to meet at the call of tlie Secretary.
It. J. WIUTSEY,"Prcs.
R W. ITRX'AS. Treas'raud Sec'v.
OFFICE Main St, Eattof Kinnty k- Holly i cticr,
Nebraska City, N. T.
Tertnn wh contemplate buildinc can be furnisheil
with Designs. Plans. Se incatioiis. ac, for buildinesoi
ai'T class or variety f style, and the erection of the
a me superintendeil if dasired. Prompt attention paid
o businea froui a distance. 6Jif
C. Imwr bas removed b Tin Shop from Front street
to Main street, nearly opposite the new Hotel. here he
lias opened up the largest stock of ware in his line to be
fonnd id the upper country. He solicits a continuance
of patronace. June 10. "5S.
To John Brooks and all whom it may concern. Ton
are hereby notnled that 1 will appear at the Land Office
in Br wnville, on Thursday July 23th. IVvs, 2 uMmk
'I i to prove up my ri-tit of pre etnpt ion to the north
east quarter of section 17 township no. S, north of range
14 east of Sixth principal Sleriuian.
July 22 1VSS. WESI.F.T IH'XP AS.
MORRISON & WHEELER
Announce to the public that they have taken charge of
the new, large, and commodious brick Hotel bnildmg re
.eeutiy completed in the City of Brownville, Nebraska.
They bave furnished it from cellar to garret with en
t. re new furniture; the rooms are all large, well ven
tilated and finished. The table, we promise, shall at all
times contain the best the country can offord. Our liquors
hall be as rure as are made, as we purchase in person
from reliable manufacturers. We deem a more exten
ded notice unnecessary and conclude by assuring the pub
lic that we are determined that no effort on our part shall
be wanung to render the Brownvil le House a first class
H-tel. MORRISON &. WHEELEK.
July 8, lS55-ra
Jonas Crane and Theodore nil'. hae this day formed Si
co-part nersbip under the the firm and style of Crane
ll.i and will continue the Mercantile bus.nessat thecll
una or McAllister, Doner k. Co.
tt. 8, 1S57.
I have for number of beautifully located lots
ue n.yoc Browuviiic. w hich I am authorized to tell at
barcaitu K.r cah. Xew c-micrs will do well to call on
me before making j un-nase. R. W. Ft'RXAS,
SrownyiUe, March 25, Beal Estate .Agent.
R. L. DODGE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
l; lilt a siit".
Land Warrants bought and sold. Pre-emption papers
careMMvand correctly prepared.
OFFICK on Jluin street, in Brown and Benntit's Bank
Fenner Ferguson, Bellevue, Xebraska.
K. W. Furnas Brownville, "
" K. Brown " "
Kinney k. Holler Nebraska City
July 8, lS6S-3u2-Iy
Attorney and Counsellor
City Property for Sale !
I have two excellent lots, on each of which is a new,
comforta 'e and convenient house, both on Main street.
O-ie is in Block 18, and the other in Block six, in the
City of Brownville. I will (.ell cither on very favora
ble terms, viz.: one third cash, and one third in three
months, and the balance in six months.
1! not sold by the bth day of September next, onewill
be sold on that day to the highest bidder, on same terms.
JuTy 15,tds ;, W. BR ATTOX.
Notice is hereby given that letters of administration
of the estate of George Lewis was, on the 21 day of June
1S5S, granted to David D Lewis. All ersons owing said
estate are requested to pay up immediately, and all per
sons having demands against said estate are reousted to
present them for allowance within three months and all
demands against said estate not presented within six
mouths will be forever barred. DAVID D. LEWIS,
Administrator of the -te of George Lew
Brownville, July 1, ISO'S. -tlow
To ot'R Frienus: Having sold out our stock and
wishing to close our business as soon a.s possible, wo
would request our friends to call an '. settle, either by
noteorcash. For the present we will be found at Scigel
4s Greeubaum's Store, where we will be pleased to see
our friends, and customers generally.
M. F. CLARK & Co.
-.rsw . . -r- . . .
Si UhRY X AH .K-ffi
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Announces to the public that he is prepared to accom
modatethose wishing with Carriages and Buggies; to
gether with good sate horses, for comfort and ease in tra
velling. He will also board hor.-es by the day, week or
June 10. 50tf
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA
Empire Block, No. 3.
WILLIAM F. KITER,
Would inform the public that he has opened a first
class Book Bindery, and is now prepand tod) all kinds
of Book Binding old or new, bound or re-bound upon
the shortest posbie notice, and oc the most reasoiioblc
Orders received for all kinds of Blank work.
Julv I. lS.rS-ly.
Akett and singularly successful remedy for the
cure of all Bilious diseases Costivcness, Indi
gestion. Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fever
Gout, Humors, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflamma
tions, Headache, Pains in the Breast, Side, Back,
and Limbs, Female Complaints, &c. &c. Indeed,
very few are the diseases in whirh a Purgative Medi
cine is not more or less required, and much sick
ness and suffering might be prevented, if a harm
less but effectual Cathartic were more freely used.
No person can feel well while a costive habit or
body prevails ; besides, it soon generates serious and
often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided
by the timely and judicious use of a good purgative.
This is alike true of Colds, F'everish symptoms, and
Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or
produce the deep seated and formidable distempers
which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a
reliable family physic is of the first importance to
the public health, and this fill has been pcncciea
. . 1 . i . i . . . 1 . J 1 A
witn consummate sum io meei uwi ui-iuauu.
extensive trial of its virtues by Physicians, Profes
sors, and Patients, has shown results surpassing
any thing hitherto known ol any mcaicine. uures
have been effected beyond belief, were they not sub
stantiated by persons of such exalted position and
character as "to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Among the many eminent gentlemen wno nave
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 bv "
Jonx McLean, Judge of the tupr.n:? t.-.w.
the United States.
Thos. Corwin, Secretary of the Treasury.
Hon. J. M. Wright, Governor of Ijidisaa-
N. Lonoworth, great wine grownr of the est.
Also, Dr. J. 11. Chilton, Practical Chemist, or
New York Citv. endorsed by
Hov. W. L- Mauct, Secretary of State.
Wm. B. Astor, the richest man in America.
S. Lelasd & Co., Propr's of the Metropolitan
Hotel, and many others.
Did space permit, we could Rive many hundred
certificates, from ail parts where the Pills have
been used, but evidence even more convincing than
the experience of eminent public men is found in
their effect upon trial.
These Pills, the result of lon! investigation and
sludv, are offered to the public as the best and
incst complete which the present state of medical
science can afford. They are compounded not of
the dntsrs themselves, but of the medicinal virtues
only of Vegetable remedies, extracted cucmical
process in a itnto puriiy, and combined together
m such a manner as to insure the best results. This
system of composition for medicines has been found
in the Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a
more efficient remedy than had hitherto been ob
tained by any process. The reason is perfectly ob
vious. While by the old mode of composition, every
medicine is burdened with more or less of acri
monious and injurious qualities, by this each indi
vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative
eftect is present. All the inert ana obnoxious qual
ities of each substance employed are left behind, the
curative virtues only being retained. Hence it is
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 be taken under the counsel of an attending
l'hvsici.in. and as he could not properly iudec of a
remedv without knowine its composition, 1 have
supplied the accurate Formula? b) which both my
1 ectoral and rills are maae 10 uie wnoie mtuy vi
TraL-titioners in the United States and British Amer
ican Provinces. If. however, there should be any
one who has not received them, thev will be
TM-omritlv forw arded bv mail to his request.
Of alf the Patent Medicines that are ofl'ered, how
few would be taken if their composition was known I
Thoir life consists in their mvstcrv. 1 have no
'The composition of my preparations is laid open
to all men. and all who are competent to judge on
the subject freely acknowledge their convictions of
their intrinsic merits. The Cherry Pectoral was
nrniioiinced bv scientific men to be a wonderful
.-nivticine before its effects were known. Many em-
in.nt l'livsicians have declared the same thing of
my Fillsand even more confidently, and are will
ing to certnv tnai ineir inuniuui c mvio
than realized by their effects upon trial.
bv their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
into healthy action remove the obstructions of
the stomach, bowels, liver, ana oiner organs oi me
bodv, restoring their irregular action to health, and
bv correcting," wherever they exist, such derange
ments is are the first origin of disease.
Beinst sugar-wrapped, they are pleasant to take,
and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from
their use in anv quantity.
For minute directions, see wrapper on the Box.
DR. JAMES C. AYER,
Practical aiidAnalyticnl Cliemist,
Price 25 Ceati per Box. Five Eoxei for SL
J. II. MAO & CO.,
Brownville. X. T
T. B. CUMISO. 10HS C. TURK.
CDIIXG & TURK,
Attorneys at Law & Real Estate Agent
OMAHA CITY, If. T.
X7"ILL attend faithfully and promptly to all bust-
T ness entrusted to them, in the 1 err: tonal 0.
Iowa Courts, to tbe purchase of lots and lands, en
trne and pre-emptions, eolW-tii.ns. Ac.
Ofliee in the second storv of Henry if- F.ootsnc
i buildincr. nearly opposite the Western Estrange
Dank, Farnham street.
I Dec. 27, 150. Tln2Stf
Election is Coming.
The assessment is now complete if or the City of Brown
ville for the year 1868, and ia the Mayor's ofllce ready
Those feeling themselves agTieved can come forward
and have a bearing any time within twenty days from
this date. II. JOHXSOX. Marshal.
Brownville, July22, 1S53.
H. Lamarque & Co,
Wafcli -Makers and Jewelers.
The mderBlgned, located in Xebaaska City,
with an established reputation of three year's
standing, desirous to secure the generous patron
age ol the ladies & Gentlemen of Brownville and the
surrounding country, thus informs them that theywil
always keep on hand a large stock of all descriptions 01
jewelry, watches and clocks, and they will sell as cheap
as any nouse this side of si. lxiuis. They repair watches,
mend jewelry, and do all work belonging to that line
w ith care and promptness. Charges reasonable and
All can be left at the City Drug Store of Brownville
under the care of Messrs. J. H. Maun & Co.
July I. 1856. M LAMARQUE k CO.
Bakkikq house or Lusheavgh & Carson )
Broiinville, February 1, 1858. )
On and after this date, depositors account;) will be
opened for specie, currency and scrip payable in same
kind of funds, Checks must be marked accordingly.
Office hours fiom 9 to 12 A M and 1 to 3 P M,
LI SIIBAUGH & CARSOJT,
O. B. HEWETT,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Will attend to business in all departments of Lis pro
fession. Pre-emptors Eights Secured.
Laud Warrant for Sale.
Office on First St., bet. Main aL,d Water.
REI ERREyCES :
Kinney 8s Uollcy, Nebraska City.
Cheever Sweet fc. Co., do
J. Ster . ma Mut wit ' uu
Brown it Bennett, Brownville
R. W. Furnas do
Brownviiie, N. T. M;iy 13, 1S5S. v2n46tf
Directed to the Commissioners of Pawnee County will
be received from and after this date, until the flist Mon
day in July next. For the erection of a Court Home
in Pavnce City, Pavcnte County, K. T., of the fol
low ing dimensions and style namely :
Said house to be thirty feet long and twenty-fonr feet
wine, two stories high, the lower story to be divided into
four apartment, in one end two rooms twelve feet
square, a hall through the center eight feet wide. In
the other end a room ten feet wide by 24 feet long;
a plainopen staircase leading from the hall to the Court
Room alK-ve; said Court Room to be twenty by twenty
foiirfeet and projierly seated in plain style. The re
mainder of the upper story to be divided into two equal
sized rooms, two outside doors three feet wide, six leet
eight inches high, one and three-fourth inches thick; C
inside diors, two feet eight inches wide, six and a half
feet high, and one and a half inches thick ail to be
fot r pannels each. Kighteen windows, twelve lights
each, 10 by 14 glass; windows and door casing, corners
and base, plain sqnare style; Grecian cornice seven
members; projection eighteen inches, and nine inches
deep, returned with the rake; three coats of paint, white
le.ul or zinc, inide and out. Said house to be a frame
with posts and braces, with a good shingle roofJhebid
der to furnish everything for the completion of the bull
ding oak lloors, jointed and lined, walnut siding, dres-
Said building t0 be completed on or before the first of
One half the price to l e paid as the work progresses
tin? remainder when finished.
Dated at P.iv. nce city this 6th day of April, 1S57.
By order of the County Commissioneers
G. . DOWNING,
April 22 3m no 43.
T j 1 1 f t -t . -i I
V nTPHTlin TOT A", ItO UlSllllT 1
IlEGS lesve to inform the public that he has located
in the above named town and offers for sale a choice
tCL0 CKS, WA TCHES, JE WELR Y,
and other articles usually kept in such establishments at
prices which cannot bo complained of. Beinp an exper
ieticed watchmaker he Hatters himself that in repairing
watcl.es, clocks and jewelry he can give perfect satisfac
tion. 19 6m.
31 A X IT.l CTORY.
NO. 10, MAIN STREET,
Brownville. X. T.
WILLIAM, T. DEN,
Respectfully informs the public that he has just re
ceived his new stock of Hoot and Shoe material, and is
now prepared to furnish any desired article in bis line
at as low prices as any other establishment in the Ter
ritory. All work warranted.
lie hoics by strict attention to business, and keepinp
constantly on hand a superior assortment cf leather,
TriuimiiiKS, &c, for home manufacture, to still merit
that liberal patronace which be has heretofore received.
3Kepairitig done on the shortest notice. 3
All work to be paid for on delivery.
April 2C v-2nl
W. E. HARVEY.
Civ. Knp., Sar. & Draft'n.
L. VAX WYCK.
General Land Agent-
WTCK & CO.,
(Jeucral Land Agents
A HE connected with agencies in v"asbb;r.on City by
t-t-uthr are enabled lo prosecute claims aoiuD.t the
L'uitc-o j-..,'e Government, or attend to jmuoiua-s be
firetbe tieueral Uiki ttci! i.a uispatch add to the
sntu fact'n n of their cmtoineri.
One of the firm bein a practical Engineer and Survey
or (having been for many ye.irsconnected with the rnited
States Coat Surveys encased on works of,Intcrnal Improvement-)
we are prepared to make Surveys of Towns,
Farms. &.c, in any part of the Territory; and having
engaged the best Draftsman in the Territory, can execute
Maps, Town Plats, anddi awincs of all kinds (mechanical,
architectural, 4tC,) to the perfect satisfaction our cus
October 22d, 1S57. nolvj
ED. W. MOORE,
npiiprfil iStnnml.nnt. p-mit
V A t V. A 11 X tVHUl o7Uv f V AX
FOR WARDIC. 4- CO.Vvrc-rov hercuaXT,
lVF.niiA.sKA CITY, N. T.
.Cods sold on Commission and prompt returns made.
Particular attention given to receiving. Storing and For
warding all kinds of freight and produce.
Office on the Levee.
Storekouse in the same block with Kearney Ilotel.
Refer to the Merchants of Nebraska City;
I'ife & .Michael St Louis Mo; Harper ft Scudcr bt. Louis;
John A. Warden " Joseph Mclntyrc '
Srakclford, Finney &.C" Barcklay, Iliukle& Co "
April 29, ISM vz-44-iy
Brownville Steam Ferry !
JrJBEST CROSSING .
T A li Aa
The Route from Brownville to Ft. Kearney,
and.lrom tnence iu unionim, is m
nearest and most practicable.
BAKER & CODINGTON
ANNOUNCE to the Traveling Public that they arc
now riinnintr ns a Ferry across the Missouri jiver at
An rntirehi new. tubitantitil and commodious
STEAM FERRY BOAT,
Whii-h nr'an'reriient will secure a certain and
snf tcihm at. all times and in all kinds of
weather. The Piourietors-do not assert Loastingly.
or for '.he purpose of eainin custom merely, but arc
governed by facts, when they say this is the best
erossintr of the Missouri Uivcr in Nebraska, and
when thev snv the Toute from Brownville to Fort
Kearney ard from thence to California is the nearest
for evidence they refer the reader to the map of the
Cocntrv: and re warranted in saying it is the most
practicable route by personal experience, as well as
that of hundreds of others who have traveled it.
We claim therefor that this crossing and route holds
out peculiarly favorable inducements, to persons
coins to California, and solicit their patronage. ot
withstand.ng our superior arrangements lor a sale
and speedy crossing, our charges are the same as other
terncstn Nebraska, all being regulated oy legisla
r-sflvecollcet that with our facilities cf Power,
no kinds of weather will prevent our Boats from
making regular trips at all hours.
a gkiff and ban will be in readiness tocross
foot passengers at all times of night.
n20 November 11th, lbo.
Is hereby ftiven that WIIILET H. nOItK has obtained
from the Probate Court of Pawnee county letters tenta
tamentary on theestate cf Roddick II. rn, late of said
county, deceased, bearing date January Ilth, A V 1S53.
All persons having claims against said estate are
hereby required to exhibit them for allowance to the
Probate Court of said county on or before tbe 9th day of
August, IS6S, or they may be precluded from any benefit
of said estate, and if cot presented within six months
from the date last above montioned they will be forever
45 II, G. LORE, Judge c f Probate.
The undersigned having entered into a co-partnership
and built a sky-light (side lights connected) Dagnerrean
Gallery on corner of Mam and First streets in tbe city
of Brownville. would respectfully announce to the public
that we are n. --prepared to t ike pictures with all the
beantifs of the art, and at reduced prices. Pictures in
serted in 1 oi-ki-ts. p.r.s, fce., 1:1 the neatest style. Being
experienced artists, we have no doubt that all who want
good pictures can be pleased. Call and spo.
Brownville, May 6, nio'J
LCTHEK HOADLET. ROBKET T. MTIR.
IIOADL.EY & airin,
KroAvnvIlIe, Xemalia Co., IV. T
Office Corner main andTirst Streets.
Will select Gorcrnment LanJ;locte Land Warrant
in Xebraska, Kansas, Western Missouri an
Iowa; collect debts; pay taxes for non
residentj; buy and sell property on"
Land Warrants Bought and Sold.-
Pre-empfion papers prepared, 4c. "
WE HATE TOR SALE LOTSJN THE CITIES Or
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
ELWjQOD, K. T.
ALSO FOR SZLE
Lands near TaHe Rock, Pawnee county.
In Xcmaha county, improved property for sale or rent.
1JIM.IU0 IlUJilKIUCil 44 S 1 I.UV1. IhHJk tT.IT,
David Hoadley I'rs't Panama Kailroad,
(icn. C. T. Hillyer- Charter Oak Bank, Hartford,
Lee,Putler& Co. Hartford, Conn,
Collins, Kellogg 4"Kirby St. Louis, Mo.,
Thomas W. lliclps : Mobile, Ala.,
C. Wilson f" Co. Eutaw, Ala.
Wm. P. Webb, A ty ' "
M. B.'Osbom A. Co-., Rock Island, 111.
Ja'slI.AreMbald, Oen'l Ag'ID.I-.&W.K.R. Scrantott
(iillespie, Pearce & Co., Bankers Carbondale, Pa.
Kev. T. S. Ward " "
I-athorp & Jonos Scranton, Pa,
B. (J. Morse Tved Falls N. Y.
William Frothingham, Att'y Albany, N. Y.
Bev. K. Nelson, Principal Wyoming Seminary, N.Y.
J. A.Parker f Co., " Washington, I). C.
A. T, Gilmer, Receiver Land Office Omaha
Horace Everett, Council Bluffs, Ia.
Brownville, April 1, 1808.
Notice to Contractors-
The County Commissioners of Nemaha county hereby
give notice that they will let to the lowest responsible
bidder, ea the sixth day of July next, at the court-house
door in the city of Brownville, the contract for erecting
a stone or log Jail in the said city of Brownville, Nc
t'jaha county. Specifications of both plans can be seen at
tbeclerk's office in Brownville The commissioners re
serving the right to refuse any or all bids. Terms of
payment made known on day of sale.
By order of the Board,
ERAiTUS K. PAKUiS, &untr"ebr1t.
June 1, '63 .... ; 49-Sw -
A'l rer..n are iie?ef noticed mat 1 will 'ake the
necessary stepa o lite re-opening of the contestul case
of James Feruowm. for the purpose of more futly in-
vpsiigaiiui nis ru'iu to enir r.c souin west quaner
'Ol)of s.ntHwc,i quarter (14) and lot number four (I)
oi secyou eighteen (IS) In township live (o) range six
teen (lb) east, 1 hereby warn all persons not to pur
chase, trade for, or in any wav'to negotiate for any por
tion of the above described property.
May 27, '53 V2n4bif ALGfeSTUS KOCXTZE.
I caution all persons whomsoever against buying from
Augustus Kountze and Wm Knth certain town lots
known as 'Benedict s Addition' to Brownville, Nebraska.
Honey Creek Mills.
The undersigned respectfully announce that they are
prepared to nil all orders in their line promptly at their
mills four miles northwest of Brownville, near the
mouth of Honey creek. They have cn hand the largest
and best assortment of lumber, shingles and lathe ever
ottered in the county or Territory, consisting of
40,000 feet seasoned siding;
' oak and ash
' cotton-wood, soft maple, lynn and
walnut tinishiug lumber;
joists; sills, studding and scantling of al
most every size both hard and soft wood;
rough and square edged sheathings; also
200,000 superior sawed shingles, oak, walnut and cotton
150,000 lath, a superior article, of uniform length,
thickness and width
Their mills are under the charge of experienced and
efficient men, and the undersigned flatter themselves
that thequiility of their lumbcrwill compare favorably
with any otrier made in the Territory, all of which will
be sold to suit the times.
GREEN, SPRING LE & CO.
Honey 'reek Mills, May 20 'AS 4Stf
bTL JC&r.TK. MO.
MANUFACTURES and keep constantly
on rrnnd for sale, aii kinds of Flour, Meal,
and Feed stuffs. 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.
St. Joseph, Mo., Ang. 30, 1858. vln!3- y
Tte"',ci fully announces to the public that he has on
hand a i.irge stock of
Cloths, Vestings, &c,
Also a large assortment of
Which he will sell at cost prices,
nc natters himself that he understands his business
thoroughly and all work warranted coming from his es
tablishment, and charges as low as any other competitor
iu this place or the West.
A Xcat Fit Guaranteed.
DROWX & CXIXTOX,
Forwarding & Commission
No. 7S, North Levee, St. Louis, Mo.
Orders for Groceries and Manufactured Articles accu
rately tilled at lowest possible rates. Consignment for
sale and re-sliiinnent resnectullv solicited. Shipments
ol all kinds will be faithfully attended to.
Messrs. n IT Rea & Co St. Louis
Bartlett. McComb & Co do
Gilbert, Miles & Stannard do
Tton. W II Buffinston. Auditor State of Missouri
J Q Harmon, Ksq, Cairo City, 111.
Messrs Molony, Bro's itCo' Xe Orleans, Louisiana
J I Jackson, kso.. do do
Messrs Ilinkle, Guild & Co,
V Ilammar &l Co
Brandell & Crawford
WiKHlruff & Huntington,
H. Billincp. Ksq.,
May 12, ISM 45-3m
Beards town, 111.
75,000 lbs. Bacon.
LYFORD & IIORX, Sonora, Mo , have for sale, cheap
for cash, 75,0ip0 pounds excellent bacon.
v2n36-ly March I, 'Id
T. W. BEDFORD,
BEDFORD 8c GEORGE,
SURVEYORS, CIVIL ENGINEERS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Office on Main Street.
WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted to
them in the line of their profession. Will buy and sell
Land warrants, make time entries, attend to the selec
tion aud location of Government Lands, Survey Town
sites, subdivide Lands, make out City Plats, &c, &c,
Having been located in the Territory for the pan year,
we are prepared to make the most choice selection for
actual settlers. Will pay Mxes, investigate title, and
render assistance jo contested cases at the V. S. Laud
Letters of inquiry promptly answered.
WE BEFEB TO
Hon. W C Remolds. Kingston, Penn.
John J Pendleton, Esq. Cincinnati, Ohio
lion Galutia A Grow Washington City, D. C.
Uan Joseph G. Crane Dayton, Ohio
Ryall tt Charles, Land Agents, Sioux City, Iowa.
Bister &. Hedges, Bankers Io do
Lushbanchii Carson, Bankers Brownville, J . T.
R. W. Furnas. Esq. do 00
D. W, C. Cleaver, Geological Engineer, Scranton, Ta.
RnfttsR. Edwards, Esq. St. Joseph Mo.
Col. John G. Fell Waver ley Pa.
W. G. George, Real Estate Agent, Dayton Ohio
April 8. 1SS3 r2n41-yly
House, Sign, & Orm mental Painter,
IlIlOlYXYlIaLE. X. T,
fy "Jrdcrs can be left at the City Drug Store. 3
By tbe President or United States.
In pursuance of law, I, James Buchanan, Presi
dent of tbe United States of America, do hereby de
clare and make known that public sales will be held
at the undermentioned land offices in the Territory
of Xebraska, at the periods hereinafter designated'
At the land effice at BROWXVILLE, commencing
on MenJ.iy the t'xf day of September next, for the
disposal of the public lands within the following
named townships, viz:
North of the Base Line, and east of the 6t'a priact
That part of township One outside of the Sac and
Fox and Iialf-Urecd Nemaha Eescrxatit n, of range
The part of townships 1, 2, 3, and four, outside
of the Sac and Fox and Half-Brced Nemaha Kerer
vation, and fractional townships 5 and 6, of range
That part of township one outside of the Sao and
Fox Reservation; township 2, the parts of townships
3, 4, and 5, outside of the llalf-Breed Nemaha res
ervation, and fractional township 6 of range 15.
That part of township 1 outside the Sac and Fox
Reservation, townships 2, 3. and 4, and that part of
township 5 outside of the Ualf-JJrecd Nemaha Ikes
ervation, and township 6, of range 14.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4. 5 and 6 of range 13.
Townships 1,2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 12.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 1 1.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 10.
Townships 1,2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of range 9.
At the Land Office at NEBRASKA CITY, com
mencing on Jlonday the sixth day of September
next, for the disposal of the public lands within the
following named townships, viz :
North of tho Base Line and East of the sixth
" -:r- t j a r.t is.
Township 7, and" fractional townships 8, 9, 10, 11,
and 12 of range 11.
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10. 11 and 12, and fractional
township 13, of range 13.
Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and fractional townships
12 and 13, of range 12.
Townships 7,8, 9, 10,and 11, and fractional town
ship 12, of range 11.
Townships 7,8, 9, 10, and 11, and fractional town
ships 12, 13 and 14, of range 10.
Townships 7, 8, and 13, and fractional townships
14, 15 and 16, of range 9.
At the Land Office at OMAHA CITY, commenc
ing on Monday, the sixth day of September next,
for the disposal of the public lands within tho fol
lowing named townships, viz:
Nor th of the Base Line and cast of the sixth Prin
Fractional townships 13, 14, 15, and 16 of range
Fractional townships 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17, of
Fractional townshipsl2 and 13, townships 14, 15,
and 16, and fractional townships 17, 18, 19 and 20,
of range 12.
Fractional township 12, townships 13, 14, 15,16,
17, and 18, and fractional townships 19 and 20 of
Fractional townships 12 13, and 14, and town
ships i:-, 18, 17, 18, 19, 20, of range. ;.u
Fjactional townships 14, 15 and l'J, and townships
17, IS, 19, and 20, of rane 9.
Lsnds upnroT-iatcd by iaw for the use of schools.
military, and other purposes will be exciudd frota
The offerings of the above lands will be commenc
ed on the day appointed, and will proceed in the
order in which they are advertised, until the whole
shall have been offered, and the sales thus closed: but
no sale to be kept pen longer than two weeks, and
no private entry of the lands will be admitted until
after tho exration of the two weeks.
Oiven under my band at the citv of Y ashinston.
this thirtieth day of March A . D.one thousandeight
hundred and fifty-eight.
By the President :
Tnon.ts A. IIexdkicks,
Commissioner of the General Land Office.
XOTICE TOrRE-EMPTIOX CLAIMANTS.
Every porsen entitled to tho right of pre-emption
to any of the lands within tho townships and parts
of townships above enumerated is required to es
tablish the same to the satiaraction of the Register
and Receiver of tho proper land office, and make
payment therefor as soon as practicable after seeing
this notice, and before the day appointed for the
commencement of the public sale of the lands em
bracing the tract claimed, otherwise such claim will
bo forfeited. THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
Commissioner of General Land Office.
Jlpril 22.18:.8 no 43
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
No. 108 Vine St., bet. Fourth and Fifth,
C. T. O DRISCOLL & CO.
Manufacturers and dealers in News, Rook and Job
Type, Printing Presses, Cases, (Jallies, &c, Ac.
Inks, and Printing Material of Every Description,
STKICIAll ot nil kind liooks, Music.
Patent McJiciue Directions, Jobs, Wood Eiigrevings,
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
JOHN P. TVSON.
W. W. !IACKET.
TYSON & HACKHEY,
GENERAL. LAND 'AGENTS.
KKOWN. Vll.I.K, XKM.MIA CO., X. T.
Land Warrants Bought and Sold. Land entered on Time
Claims and Town Lots Bought and Sold. Loan Money,
Make Investments and Locate Warrants ou time, for
Fre-rmptloii Papers Prepared.
Uitai. .cxi coor i t . S. Land Office.
Geo. H. Xixon, Repister L. O.
Brownville, X. T.
Omaha Clty.X. T.
C. B. Smith, Receiver, '
Smock & Williams,
B. It. Fenram & Co., Bankers,
Council Bluffs. Iowa.
Hon, a. W. Scotlcld,
It. L. McUhcc & Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
St. Joseph, "
Tootle it Fairleigh,
Oct. 1. '57
sr. n. -Wilkinson".
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OMADI, IN. T
Will attend to all business entrusted to their care
Col. Jesse Williams,
Gov. Jos. A. Wright,
Mr. F. N. Itoock,
Hon. John G. Davis,
lion. Geo. L. Miller,
Omaha City, N. T.
33 husk Mattrasscs just received at the store of
Auk. 6. 1857. nS I. T. W1ITTE.
17,000 Acres of Land
loan to pre-emptcr-, by
Warrants for sale and to
TYSON 4 HACKNKY
Slain street, one door West cf Fost-OfTice
Brownville. N. T.
The subscribers respectfully inform the public that
they have opened the above saloon, where the best qua
Wines, Liquors, Scgtra, Oysters, Sardines,
and every refreshment for the inner man, usually kep
at such establUbments, will be found and served up in
Orst stvle. GOFF &. DBF.E.
Brownville April 15. h, 1S58. 42 -6m
Wagon for Sale.
I have a light two-horse wagon which I will dispose of
cheap for cash. C. S. LAXGDO.V,
Persons indebted to the undersigned will cme for
ward and settle as longer indulgence will not be given.
Ilotei scrip taken at par.
THOMPSON & MARS IT.
Brownville April 15rh, 1S5S. 2-tf
Lumber ! Lumber ! !
We are prepared to furnish at onr Steam Saw Mill,
opposite Brownville in "Prairie Forest,"; all kinds of
lumber usually fonnd in the est, and some choice
lumber suitable for wairsons. furniture, and for build
ing purposes, f-e., such as Hickory, Oak, Ash. W.ick
Walnut. Sveamorc. Linn and Cottonwood, which we
have constantly on hand. or will prepare at short no
tice, at the lowest market prices, bills sawed to or
der, for steamboats. Will saw logs on tbe shares,
or by the hundred. Tlills for lumber can be left at
onr office, in Brownville. We will also furnish lum
ber saw upon the shares, or by the hundred at our
mill at Table Rock. 110 AD LEY & MUIB.
Brownrille, April 1.
J. D. N. THOMPSON,
Attorney at Law,
TIasTesumod his profes
onal business, and will prac-
"ehra--k.i, i.nj tbe Courts in
i tice in all the Coims of
I AKiiinson county. Mo.
otMi-e one duor west of I. T. Wbyte s Store, BrowuviUe
Brownville, April ?2, 1S5S. !y
D. H. M'LACGHLIS ciias. dobsey.
Mclaughlin & dorsey,
Main Street, Brownvlllc.X.T ,
Buy and sell Land Warrants, make out and file declar
atory statements; make out pre-emptiou pjpers; pay
taxes, investigate titles;
Buy and sell property on commission ; furnish land
warrants for time entries, and atten to all other busi-
! ness connected wwh a ceoeral land agency business.
Particular attention paid to the selection or tn.vern
ment land and the location ot laud w arrants lor parlies
residing at a distance.
McLAl"UHLIN & DORSET respectfully refer to
George II. Nixou, Eso.., Register Brownville Land
Chrles B. Smith. Esq., Receiver of rublic Moneys'
Nemaha Land District.
Robert W. Furnas, Ks., Editor Advertiser Brownville
Messrs. Lnshbaugh & Carson, Bankers, Brownville,
Hon. W. M. T. Hamilton, Hagerstown, Maryland.
Lewis R. Newcomer Esq. Baltimore, Md.
O II Barnet, Esq , Dayton, Ohio.
Hon. Fennor Furguson, Delegate In Congress from
Nebraska Terrritory, Washington, I). C.
John A. Beal, Esq., Attorney at Law, Peru, Iml.
Brownville, April 23. no43lf
UPRIGHT STILIJI SAWMILL.
This mill commands the universal admiration of saw
mill men everywhere. As its merits become known, tbe
demand for it increases. Orders arc coming from every
section of this country, Canada, Cuba, and South Ameri
ca. It is suited for every section of the world wherever
there is timber to be sawed, no matter of what character
how hard, how large or how small. Two extensive ma
nufactories arc now engaged in building these mil Is. yet
it is almost impossible to turn them out as fast as they
are wanted. They embrace several valuable patents
and improvements, and combine all of tbe following ad
Simplicity Both the mill and power are so simple in
their construction that any one of ordinary mechanical
ability can comprehend them, put them up and run them
without danger or difficulty.
Portability Tlie whole establishment can be very
quickly taken apart and put together, thus rendering it
easv to be moved from place tu place asdesired. and av
ing the necessity of drawing the logs a long distan -c to
Durability It is constructed in the most solid and
substantial manner, rum perfectly still, is not liable to
get out of order, and will last for years without repnir.
Rajndity It will saw faster than any other upright
upright mill. The speed of the saw is about three hun
dred 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
long in about three minutes. From this data any one
knowing the character of the timber can calculate how
much it will do.
Ejfiiciency It does its work well, cuts smoother and
straighter than the ordinary mills, at.d thearrancemnit
of the saw is such as to reader it utterly impossible lor
it t run out of line.
Cheapnest The entire iost of the mill, with fifteen
horse power and everything all complete and ready for
running, boxed and ready for shipment iu St. Louis, is
This mill requires less power to drive than any other
mill, and the power furnished is sunk-ient to drive extra
A circular containing full particulars will be sent to
any one desiring it. All ordert should be addressed to
BRAGG &. BCRROWES,
Corner Third and Market itrceis, St. Louin, Mo.,
sole agents for the Western and Southern States.
March 25. 'AS 4S-1 y
JOHN A. PARKER & CO.,
IVASIIIXGTOX, 1). C.
JOIItf A. PARKER. Jate Rtfgiater ef the Land Office,
Omaha. N. T., bavin re!gnrd his l(V-e will hereafter,
Znwmictit ion with one of the t.cst Land Lawgivers In the
country, attend to all buiii c coniblcd to him; and es
pecially PRE-EMPTION CASES,
Which bebaa made biowe'I thoroughly acquainted with
by study tk1 practice for years.
He refers to the Heads of Departments and Members
Congress of both Hou.-es.
All applications for services must be accompanied with
fee to insure attention.
January 28, 1S53.
JOn.V. F. KINNEY. CflAS. F. HOLLY.
KINNEY & HOLLY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practice in the Courts of thU Territory. Coller
on and criminal business attended to throughout -
raska, Western Iowa
Will attend the
Courts at Brownville.
People's Independent Line.
Season Arrangement of the new Mis
souri River Passenger Steamer
CATT. JOE HOLLAND.
ITT tKegular Council Bluffs, Omaha City, Flor-
i -'. r".'l.crice and Sioux City Packet, for Sioux Citv.
loieute. Omaha, Council Blutls, Rellevue. St. M.irv's.
Plattsinoiith. Wyoming City, Xebraska Citv. Linden.
llrownville, Riickport, lletnmic's Landing, Saint Steph
ens, w bite Cloud, I-orrest City, Oreiton, lowj Point, Sa-
ann.ih, St. Joseph, Doniphan, Atchison, Weston, Fort
Leavenworth, Leavenworth City, Kansas Citv. cc.
The lie.?, pwift, and inaKtiilicciit passenger and f.-elcht
teatner ALOXZO CUM. I). Joe Hoi.i.anw Master, will.
jKin the opening of navigation, resume her regular trios.
in the above trade, and to all the intermediate jvilntsoii
the Missouri river. Her patrons can relv not onlr upon
er continuing in the trade during tbeentire Ooatin? sea-
on, but of finding this season, as during the past, that
r quickness and regularity of trips, as well as superi
ority of passenger accommodations, and general arrange
ments, that they are not excelled by those of any other
at running on the river; having recently been placed
it the m i.t unexceptionable condition throughout, pre
paratory to engaging in ttie ai-pi-o.n uinj seaoou s biui-
The aiearaer Alonzo Child, is new. bavin? Tn but a
portion of one season, and fur the very liberal patron-
ire she has received. Cant. Holland desires to nresent
in tli -nttlu bi fi ;o:iJ, ,n.. i.i j, t.( i:;loi; tt.t n.rv will
rr-id his bodt and officer fully uu to the H.nilir.l of i
first class, wc'l irlbered JIIouri Kiver i a-siimer ste.im-
er. and as such hopes to icceive a reasonable share of
the patronage of the shippers and the public generally.
.narcn to. iwiJ
JONAS CRANE. THEODORE II ILL.
Crane cte XXill.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCH ANTS,
AM) STEAM BOAT AGENTS.
Wholesale and Retail Pealers in Drv Goods, Grocerie
Hardware, Oneensware. Furniture, stoves,
Flour, llacoii, &c
sept. 24, '57 Brownville. X T,
1S3S SPP.IXG SALES. 1S3S
W. RENDERS & CO.;
Wholesale C'lolhin? Warehouse,
62, 2Tuin Slrrrt, St, Loni;
n ive just received c full and complete stock of Spring
and Summer clothing; which is unsurpassed in extent,
quality, and workmanship, in any other house in the
Union. All our clothing is made by us expressly
lor this market, at our Manufactory. Simmons blin k.
Large and close buyers will find it for their interest
a give us a call, as we pledge ourselves to sell for rash,
r to prompt men at prices that will defy all compe
tition. A full stock for Sutlers and Santa Fe trade.
Win. F. F.XDERS, St. Louis, John W. BIGKLOW.
Boston. no 12
Reaper & Mower for 1858
C. HYATT & Co., Agents
St .Jrph, Jfiniiovri,
Is again f.ffored to the farmers of Missouri, and Nebraska,
as the best Rvaper in the world, and the best combined
Reaper and Mower, and is so warranted. For five years
pist I have avoided attending the various State and
County Fairs), for the purpose of seeking premiums, re
garding my machine as tin. well known to need f iat sort
of commendation. In July last the United States Ag
ricultural society, at their Fair at Sj ratuse, New York,
awarded to me a
GOLD UCEDAXi and DIPLOMA.
For the best reaper, after a severe test, in heavy tan
gled ryeover hilly and nneven ground. Alsothe-Gre.it
Council Medal' was awarded by the exhibition of all na
tions in London In 1851 to C. McCormb k. on the ground
of the originallity and value of bis amkrican REAP
ER, and also at tbe great Frenca Exhibition at Paris, in
1S55, was awarded the Grand Gold Medal of Honor. Also
the biShest prize awarded to any reaping machine by the
Royal Agricultural S-ciety of England in 1S57, and still
more glorious, the highest satisfaction and approval of
over 100 000 farmer of my owu country.
Farmers desiring the MoCormick Reaper and Mower for
the present year will secure by leaving their orders
should be sent on before the 1st day of March next.
April 15, 1855 no42
TV. II. WILLI A3IS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX
STOVES & TINWARE
TAKES pleasure in announcing thecitizrn? of Or
gon and the public in general, that he has on
hand the most extensive stock of Stoves and Tin
ware, ever offered in this market. My stock of Tin
ware is of my own manufacture, and is for sale at
Wholesale and Uetail at t. Louis prices.
I would call particular attention to my stock of
1UUKlXi h 1U h, comprising the most improved
patterns both Air-Tichtand Premium. Among them
maybe found Filly's Charter Oak, the best stove now
in use, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Pioneer and priie Pre
Parlor & Box Stoves
Of various Sizes and Patterns, which I will
SELL LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN TOWX.
Particular attention paid to making and patting
op Tin Gutters, in the town and country. Also, re
pairing done on short notice and on reasonable terms.
Old copper. Brass and Pewter taken in exchange
for work or ware.
. V . 1 LL1A Mr,
Oregon, M.; July 5, HOtf.
A superior Uei of Millinery ;(n. I'rOs fim'. at ir.v
new Miilinery ct it-li-liiner.t. i-i e d.-.r sbve LUfhtauii
K Carsvu's Banking llouse, Srowbviile, N". T.
Buchanan Life and General
Office cor 2d and Jule sts.,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
RTERED AT T1IK LAST SESSION OP TTI MO. LEU
Authorized Capitol 53,000,000.
J. D. Jennings, I. K. Howard, J. A. Owen. Milton
outh, John Colhoun. John II. Likens. WMI.Teneik.
James Kay, X. J. McAshan, A. (J. Mansfiecr.
J. 1. JXXXIXUS, rtej.
X. R. McAsn ix, Sec'y.
IS now ready to receive application for Life, Fire,
Marine and Itiverrisks. A cash retura ef ?3pe
cent, will be allowed on cfrji premiums. Lossw
promptly adjusted, and the usual facilities given to
the patrons of the oflce.
April 10th, 1857. 4t-3m
WEBSTER, MARSH & CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers
Ready Made Clothing,
8-5, 5lain St., St. Louis, Mo.
TtTMVTERS. OVERALLS. SHIRT3.
ami all kinds if
ALSO TALL STOCK OF
GENT'S AND HOY'S CLOTHING,
Which we oiler as low a anv ITouse in the Citv.
WKB.STF.lt, MARSH S. CO.
WHEELER &. WILSON'S
j. a. Mcdonald & co.,
No. 79, Fourth street, St. Louis, Mo.
Are taking the place of all other machine to
Tliey are the Simplest, Speediest, Cheapest and moat
durable Machines ovist int.
Agents Wanted In Every Town In
13. F. SNYDER,
Forwarding and Commission
Anil Steamboat Agent,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Will be at the Levee at all hours uuon the arrival of
teaniboat. and attend to the Collection of Bills audi
Business left with biui with prompt dispatch; also attend
to the Receiving of goods for boats, either for St. Louia or
Will be funr.d in the office of Dolman & West Real
Kstatc Agents, Market Square.
MILLER & BOISAUBIN,
Importers of French and German
Slicrt. SI43 -IJfrht. and Floor Glass,
IS, Second St., St. Louis, Mo.
Manufacturers of Ornamental I.ookinft-Glass Framci.
Stained Glass in all its Various Branches,
for Churches, Public and Private
Ornamental Work for Steamboats.
Importer! and Manufacturers of
Carriage Trimmings, Saddle Trees,
llames, Springs and Axles,
lalnit and Enameled Leather,
Xo. 11, Main Street. St. Lonls 3Io.,
Are prepared to offer to their customers and the trado
an assortment of articles unsurpassed. In quality and
cheapness, by any House in their litie, Kast or West.
SCARRITT i5- MASON,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of
Furniture and Upholstery.
Washington Avenue, between
SECOND ASD THIRD St's,, ST. LOCIS, MO
In onr Warerooms will be found the rarest and best
styles, made by the best workmen and of superior mate
rial ami fim-h.
BEDSTEADS Fine Rosewood and Mahogany, Walnut,
Oak and Cherry, with high posts and Canopv.
SIDEBOARDS Kofcewood. Mahogany, Oak ami Wal
nut with Shelves and ilarMe Tops.
WARDKOUE4 and SEC1UCTA HIES. Rosewood, Ma
hoeany, oak arxl Walnut.
SOFAS Mah"gany and Walnut, Covered itthair Cloth,
Lasting ami Bratcl!e.
ItL REAL IS Fine K ewd, Mahoeany, Oak and Wal
nut . wi'.h ti mot, Msfblf Tnp anil Oval Glasses.
Roosewoo.1, Mahogany, Oak and Waluut Withstands,
Center and Side Tables with Marble Tops.
HAT RACKS Rosewood, Mahogany, Oak and Walnut
of many styles.
Also: Fine Rosewood, Mahogany, Oak and Walnnt
Parlor, Easy and Rocking Chairs; every variety of Cush
ion, Rush and Cane Seat Reception and Cottage Chairs;
Recumbent Chairs, Piano Stools, (Ktolli.ins, Footstools,
Corner and Side Whatno's. Extension Tables, Showei
Baths, Ire Boxes. Wire an! Tin Safes, Scarritl'a Patent
GILT LOOKING GLASSES Splendid Pier Glasses,
Ovals. Mantle and Square; Wood Frames in large as
sortment. BEDDING Spring, nair. Moss, Excelsior and Ilusk
Matrasses; Feather Beds, Pillows. Bolsters, Comforts,
Sheets, ikC, all of the best material, and warranted to
oe freh, tweet ami new.
Every article warranted as represented, and at prices
as low as any other house iu the city for corresponding
Orders solicited and faithfully filled.
We cordially invite every one who wishes to call and!
examine and price our goods, as we are pleased to show
our g oods, and give you all the Information in onr power.
All articles sold by us caret ully packed and delivered
on Boat or at tho house,
Very Respectfully, 6CARRITT & MASON.
"SPRING and simmer goods.
FIELD, EEARDSLEE & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers,
riccc Good for ;IenS lVear,
Ao. 58, If' i in strett, St. Louil
We are now in receipt f a large and complete stock
of (tooils suitable for theSpring and Summer trade which
we offer on the most fai rable terms. The stotk con
sists in part of the follow. ng goods, vii:
C-issimers; Doeskin; Satinets; Tweeds; Cashmcretts;
Jeans ; Corduroys ; Moleki: s ; Linens ; Cottonades ; Al
pacas ; Drap D'Ettes; Farmer's Satins; Vestings; Vel
vets Serges &.c.; every description of tailors' and cloth
iers' trimmings. A complete stork of Blankets. A full
assortment of wool shirts and drawers.
Merchants, Clothiers and Tailors visiting the city for
the purp.se of buying their Spring Stock will ft ml It to
their interest to examine our stix k before making their
selections. All orders will receive prompt attention.
FIELD, BEARUSLEE & CO.
April 15, 1S5S no42
New Spring Goods,
BltOWN S& CO.,
Xo. S, .Main Street Saint Louis,
Invite Merchants viiling St. Louis to their immense
stock of Xew Spring Gouls,
IMPORTATION OF 1858,
Black Gro de Rhine Si k; Black and Colored Satina;
Printed Jaconets; Cha lie; Dubattes; White Goods;
Embroideries; Lace Good; Gloves; Hosiery; Lace
Brown k. Co., bare ready for exhibition the latest
European and American styles of hoops and hoop skirta ;
French Skirt reeds; ribbons of all ety es, silk cravat,
dress trimmings; brushes, comb, buttons, together with
five cases Parasols of the latest and Eiost fashionable,
Cash bnyers, close purchaser, acd prompt men, vis
iting this market, areiavitcd to examine our stock and
BTtOWX, t CO., 73 Main Sircct Saint Louia.
April 15, lki no 43.
I will give employment to a Bood, industrious Potter
well acquainted with tt.e business.
- - JOUN McPHEKSOX.
Brownville, Dec 5, 1S57. i)23tr
ATTOEIiEY AT LAW,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Will write deeds of every kind and contraaU for every
purpose, with warranted legal accuracy.
Office in the Baukit g House of Lushbaugh & Carton.
lion. J hn A. Bir gham. Cad"., Ohio.
" W K Carter, Cleveland, "
"BP SpaldniF. " '
" It F lAMter, Canton, "
" S Lnhin. ' "
' Wm R Sjpp. yi,. Verri.r., "
" S P I'll -e. Cit.::i?n:-.. "
' Tli.. Ford, Ma:.!Ui M, "
" Jas. Crai. M. Joaetil, M.
Brownviiie, Oct. 2AI, '67. v2u!7-Iy
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