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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1858)
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" '' ' n lc furnied at $1,50 per
inn of the nek and afflicted, to tbe
xi iuTur columns r Pr Kastcrly's I"line
.r;i?omc f 5,.f liheuin and Tetter
',.'?'. ..,.;, n,;um. br Biter's Sieci-
v-c. rr-rr, r .e-priv' rev
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Seated landau, Chemist and f , n
t al, can re'.y up;n them r SSded.-
n the disease. f.,r which tl ey are rt
r are standard rcmed.es andc u be foun te,
-y Dm and Apothecary More in lueJ
.. ri .-ail the attention of ourread
r"!'cu'anr lVi"l cu' StrcngtheningCor-
-l runner. nufe. and
to an, caw ... Iw
iur..r.elve.ii. intrinsic merits
rea lcrs to try it. See tue aa-
r-nr. Baker's Spceiflc
,rrlea (fleet, stricture, seminal weakness, chordee,
rvf,0r tie aM:.ey.. ladder, and all diseases of the
ui ;.!. e,dcr,have you ynrefe
u.tt.oj.ictit.. Drffl is danof row. Dr. Baker s
-o ticks aafe.fpccdy, and radical cure. With D'
t..wv, v.. cn cure yourself, and prevent
i i ...
..-sure, a vlain
directions for ue .cou,i'"j
trine rrice fl 50 perWtle.
-Dr K VSTERLT, comer Third and Chestnut strcts
!.ui..'i1sri.:e proprietor, to hm all orders
tbeaddreswd.toftthei:ci.uine. Sold by
J. If. aiAI'X A CO., Druggists,
Brownville, N. T.
Iodine and Sarsaparilla
Till cure all diseases ari.ing frum an impure etate of
n't rion. or ft
i.!p,iravcdcoiiditioaof tne nuidoi uie
xm.xt: cancer., jwcllingof theglanas, rneumui
, wtl.te Wllings, chronic wre eyes piles, ooils,
jU. g'.itrc., pains' in the bones and Joints, ul-
ia tU biwuUi ami throat, and all chronic cotitu--.al
diea-e. This medicine earthe out the very
.f the'd.seaw by purifying thehlcK.d, andchanpinj;
-rrtinln the fyMem, thus removing the cause,
h render tf.e curt certain and f crmancnt.
r. Lasted 1 Iodine and Sartaparilla ill cure the
-r mercurial dieaie,n4 drive out and destroy ev
partKle of mercury hich is in the system, and cure
; viilcure tecondary tiiphuit or ventral disease,
j ui.ld ivelhe typhi:. tic virus and all htrcditcry
ult and f oioiuus natter out of the tystem through
i pore of the fckin, and restore the ratient to a per
il ?tate.t health and purity. It is fi positive cure
- lirer tomplaint and djtprpsia, if used a proper
f.h U time. I challenge the world to produce its
);,lia thpic c.nipUinti. The alllkted will Lear ia
b i that Dr. Eatttrlg't Iodine and Sartaparilla will
till nervous diseases, female coniploiuts, dropsy,
re,., oicae of Hit kidney's, bladder, and urinary
jiTK, in fw dayg.
I uifl mn ive pi:up!es and Hooches from Ihe face,
itoakethe tkin clear, white anJ beautiful at ala
I'lt. It d.es fhiit tj porifying'the blood, and by its
iiupt action cn ll. c hv r. . kidneys, and tecretory or
c, prH)urii:g viorout-health.
rVr-Mis who have long hceu afflicted with scrofula old
, teller, ringworm, fca'.a head, blotches, eruptions
;e t kin, and all cutaneous diseases, are advised to
? ii e Gndlry'a Salt Bhocm and Tetter Ointment to
t Ir dii the tores and dUeased l rts, when using Dr.
utcrly't Iodine mnd SertajtcriJlM. . The Iodine and
"aparilla purges' the tliKjd, and causes the sires to
!iarj:c their putrid matter, and the ointment heals
em. V. Lou Jutli r Kd (which I always recommend)
permanent a:.d radical cure is alw ays effected. They
e the tes.t and mort p.-w erful enratives known to man.
fair trial i all I afk I d not fear the result.
Trirp of tKe I. .Sine ar l Si.'Fa-.iarilla, $! per bottle, or
v'.U'.' for $5, Grid'.ej's Salt Kheum Ointment T5
pr bottle, lloth are prepared by Dr. Easterly,
tenf Third anp (."he'tnut ttrcets, St, Louis, Mo.,
proprietor, to bon all orders must be addresed.
;-.s..h J. H. mavx &. CO., Drucgists, Brown-
le, U. T , and by DruggirU gcue:ally.
'I)r. Iloopt-r's 1'cmale Cordial
i cur il fvuiale couilaiutit, such as excessive,
pre-od, nx painful uientruation, Fluor albus or
"'pf barretinfs, sallow CMnplexion, headache, diz-.-.
weak nerves, frightful dreams, and all diseases
i J ly culds, checked perspiration, cxcesics, over
Jcmeiit, &.C., of tb' sexual organs. Dr. Hooper's
i.i-!c.Coidial is universally acknowledKed bythola-
the lt remedy ever invented. d'Price $1 per
, r6 iTttles for $5.
r. r aetluLy, c.rr.rr of Third and Chestnut strcet3,
X.-.iiis, M i, s-.le pr.'j ristor and ty whom all orders
t be addierSPil.
vr'- 11 MArN co Apnts, Brownville,
. T., and !y Prupdsts gei:eral!y
Ir. . Cas.tcrlyaii
i: Fever and Asue Killer Will
e atrue nr.d t-ver, chills end fever, dumb ague, Inter
num andreruittent frvcrs, and all the various forms
fever incident in bilious climates. If there is a
v roman or child suffering with ague and fever,
y are advifPd fo-procure Dr. Easterly's Fever and
ic tiller, it is a positive cure speedy and perma
if . Try it.
:.a $1 per bott!e.-pr bt.1cfor $5.
R. EAsrriitv, corner of Third and Chestnut streets
L 'ins, sole proprietor, to whom all orders must be
eswp to ret the genuine.
: 'd by y. ii. maux &. CO, Accnts, Brownrille.
:?rl)r. Carter's Cough Kalsam
l care Coths, Colds, Asthma, Consumption, Bron
j, Spituag t f Blood, Pain in the Side and Breast,
s:r, V.'hoopln; Cough, Croup, Liver Complaint,
ration t.f te Heart, and all discascsof the Throat,
t, an4 Lung.. Xa one tbould neglect a Cough or
iasnifclediy. Milli.msdie annually by neglecting
? .w.moi; Cold. Coughs and Colds lead to coksvsip
jt, and then Lj an early death. Reader, Lave you a
juch, cold, or ary disease of the lungs? Procure at
that celebrated remedy, Dn. Carter's Couch
isam, wiiuli Lever fails to relieve a cough in twen
four hours, and always cure the worst cases of
is, coughs, ansall diseases of the throat and lungt in
fw cays.. Price Trial bottles, 25 cents; large bot-
SI per bottle, or bottles for $5.
Ij-UR. EASTERLY, corner Third and Chestnut Strs,
Lni, Mo., sole proprietor, tewhom all orders mast
addressed to get the sjenuiue. Sold by
J. II. MACK Ii Co., Agents, j
Brownville. IT. T.
Why is the Demand so Great for
iuc it will,-in alt aei, safely and effectually
? thiii ciKh dreaded scourge of the Wett chills, fe
i'l arr.e with, nt fall, and incases will counteract
j!i.n of Malaria, of which fact thousands da tcsti
"1. cii'.ikp all other nostrums, it is only recom
icd f..r...iie cU -f diseat-es, and as a tonic it is
x.'t Mil offer a lew evidences of its worth
twl .ii.Cucu-ce aud bh tUiuUas. . .
Pn inert on, III., Sept. 20, IS57
. H avn TV ar Sir : For several years past 1 have
3 our A cue Hiam in my daily practice, and have
?'y fbserved its effects ia huudiedsof cases, and ia
e lia it Miied to produce the most happy effect.-
" injft cheerfolly recommend it as a certain specific
i.i'.', tcvcrmj gue, aud malenou diseases.
u t Marshall, Mich, Feb 11, 1S57.
a Mask k Co 1 have cnid a large amount or your
Kuin this vicinity, and from my personal
Usige jf it. I believe it the best remedy for chilis
t: and. aue that Las ever beensold tuuur state. '
. OA HYDE.
AfUabula, O, Jen I, 1S53.
r S K Vans k Co Gents: Ia canvassing the
f Ohio and Michigan for the sale of the different
' if v-hi.h we have control, onr attention has
t ta! 1M t ,.!, or e the great mine that your ague
-ai tat et,uti for itself In every place where aold.
r i r tt ta iu t-e tht people's ovn remedy, and its
- m tp ra id ihia all others, ltisdeatiaed to su-
-vie :ioih(.ruercnieviicin the market.
, A &. S 11HXDBY.
, ' -Vp 1'orJfc, Feb S3, 1S53.
"ri,4xs & Co Cents: I have at our house in
I- iii cv-l-l yn'ir mc-ic bal.-Nitii some three years, and
; c-rnuiiy vUcrvc-dii criwis in curing, aud must
' ut- r a-v' d not believe its eqnai exUu Inall
TA-i-l iiiwhorte. To myr-ermsi knledge it
urM,roiT.ehtly every time, and I have known it
a f:rr mi.oUicr mt-diunes had been tried in vain,
t u ,u 1 l'I' ' faults. Audwhatls morerrmcri
c ha e nrvcr known a case but whal remained cured
t K-A-t tht -jm.,u. l have uol.etlration ia recom--v.njf
h ti mrtTfict trtnmph over i". nd terer.
a; MANN & CO., Proprietors,
Juia. . Soivl l,y all Druists.
t I Co., of St. Louis, Mo.,
.iioiesalea-entsfor the Western St'ts.
ty J. -n. jiavx &. co., irua;u, .
rrHE greatest reme
dy in the world.
This cordial is distillel
fn.m a Berry known
fJoAy to myself, and
th some of the most
valuable medical root;
herbs and barks known
to the mind of man,
viz: blood root, blaclt
root, wild cherry bark,
yellow dock, dandle
loins, earsaparilla, eld
er llowers, with others,
producing the moKt in
fallible remedy for the
rattoration of healta-;-?
UCIiJrC JT IS NATURE'S
i m a
OWN REMEDY, curing diseases by natural laws.
When taken its healing influence is felt coursing thro'ch
every vein of the body, purifying and accelerating the
circulation of the Mood. It neutralizes any bilious
matter in the stomach, and strengthet the whole orga
nization. Mclean's Strengthening Cordial vul effectually cure
Lfver Complaints. Djjipepsia, Jauxdice. Chronic
or Nervous Dcbiliig, Diseases of the Kidneys,
and all Diseases arising from a Disordered
Liver or Stomachy
Heartburn, inward piles, acidity or sickness of the stom
ach, fullness of bloi d to the bead, dull pain or swimming
in the head, palpitations of the heart, choking or BufToc
aiing feelings when laying down, dryness or yellowness
or the skin and eyes, sudden fluthes of heat, depression
of spirits, &c. .
There is no mistake about it.
This cordial w ill never fail to cure any of the above
diseases, if taken as per directions on each, Lottie, in
German, KnglUh and French.
Over half a million of bottles
nave been sold during the past tiix months, and in no
instance has it failed in giving entire 6itisfaction Who
then will suffer from weakness or debility when Mc
Lean's Strengthening Cordial will cure you?
To the Ladies. .
Do you wish to be healthy and strong? Then go at
onte and get some of McLean's Cordial? It will streng
then and invigorate your blood to flow through every
vein, and the rich rosy bloom of health to. mount to your
cheek again, Lvery bottle warranted to give satisfac
tion. For Children.
We ay to parents, if your childres are sickly, puny or
afflicted with complaints prevalent among children, give
them a small quantity of McLean's Cordial. It sella
rapidly, became st always cures. Delay not a moment.
Lvery Country Merchant
Should not leave the city until he had procured a sup
ply of McLean's Strengthening cordial. A liberal
discount will be made to those who buy to sell again.
CA VTION Beware of drupglst or dealer who may
try to palm upon you 6nie Bitter or Sarcaparilla trash,
which tbey can buy cheap, by saying it is just as good.
Avoid such men. Ask for McLean a Strengthening cor
dial, and take nothing eise. It is the only remedy that
will purify the blood throughout, and at the same time
strengthen the system.
One table spoonful taken every morning is a certain
pjeventive for cholera, chill and fever, yellow fever, it
any prevalent disease.
riiceunlv $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5.
3 K McLEAN",
Sole proprietor of the cordial,
Also, McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment
3"Princi pal depot on the corner of Third and Tine
streets, St Louis, Mo.
KIcLieaii's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The best liniment in the orld for man or beast
Another Remarkable Cure
Performed by McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. Jlead
it for yourselves
Thorns Ford, a blacksmith, living near Cass avenne
Tenth street, had ahoraible running sore ou his foot
ne tried various Liniments, Salves, &.c, but could dj it
nog"!. He despaired of ever being able to work at his
trade acain, because he oould not bear any weight on his
foot; and by one bottle of McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment he is !:.' perfectly cured.
Rheuniitism, neuralgia, paralysis, bruises, sprains,
Ftiffues in the joints or musclds, swellings, sore
throat, earache or toothache, &.c, yield to the magic in
fluence of this wonderful liniment.
Fr horse and cattle, it is an infallible remedy for
chafes, scratches, cracked heels, lameness, spavin, fistu
la, bruines, swellings, wounds, rattM-snake bites, and
various other diseases which animals ure liable to from
iujufies or accidents.
Every country merchant should obtain a supply of Mc
Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. It sells rapidly because
it a I ways cures. , ,
A liberal discount will be made to merchants who buy
to sell ngain.
JCrFor talc by J n McLEAN", proprietor, owner cf
Third and Pine streets, St Louis, Mo.
. m m '!
MORRTO BE ADJURED THAN
THE RICHEST DIADEM
Worn by Kings or Emperors
What? Whj r a beautiful Head oTnair
Because it the ornament Cod Himself provided tor
all our race. Reader, although the rose may bloom ever
so briphtly iu the glowing cheek, the eye be ever so
sparkling, the teeth be those of pearh, if the head is be
reft cf its covering, or the hair be snarled and shriveled,
harsh and dry, or worse still, if spiiuklcd with gray,
nature will lose mre than half Lor charms. Prof.
Wood' Hair Restorative, if used two or three timas a
week, w ill rcft-.rc and permanently secure to all such
an ornament. Red the following an! Judue. Thewri-
ter oi the first is the celebreted pianist Thalbcrg r
New Yorl;; April 19, 1353
DB wood Dear air: Permit me to express to you
the obligations I am under for the entire restoration of
my hair to its original color; about the time of my arri
val in the United States it uas rapidly becoming gray
but uoon the anulicetion of your Hair Restorative, it
soon recovered its original hue. ' I cor-suier your rcstor
ativo as a very wonderful invention, -luito efficatious as
well as asreeable. I am yours truly,
Drych lr Gwyliedylct'
Welsh Xewspaper tfflce. Nassau st., April 12, '68
Prof o J Woou Dear Sir : Soaie month or six
weeks ago, I received a bottle of your Hair Restorative
and gave it my wife, who concluded to try it on her hair
lijtle thinking at the time that it would restore the
gray hair to its original color, but to her as well as my
surprise, arter a few weeks' trial it has performed that
wonderful effect by turning all the gray hairs to a dark
brown, at the same time beautifying and thickening the
hair. I strongly recommend the above Restorative to
all persous in want of such a change of their hair.
Xew York, July 25, 1853.
ProfOJWooD: With confidence do I recommend
your Hair Restorative, as being the t.iost efficacious ar
ticle 1 ever saw. Since nsing your Hair Restorative
my hairs and whiskers which w ere almost white have
gradually grown dark: and I now feel confident that a
few more applications will restore Ocrato their natu
J G KILEY.
" Chicago, 111, May 1, 1357.
Prof Wood About two years ago my hair commenced
falling off and turninggray: I was fast becoming bald,
and had tried many remedies to no erect, i commenced
Using your Restorative in January last. A few appli
cations fastened my hair firmly. It began to fill up,
grow out, an turned back to its former color (black). At
this time it is fully restored to its original color, health
and appearance, and I cheerfully recommend its use.
J D HOES
The Restorative is put in bottlds of 3 sizes, viz : large,
medium ar.l small; the small holds half a pint, aud
retails for $1 per bottle; the medium holds at least 20
per cent moi e in proportioe than the small, retails for
$? per bottle; the large holds a quart, 40 per cent more
iu proportion ana retails tor Jj.3.
o. j: WOOD &. CO., Proprietors, 312 Broadway, Xew
Yolk, and 111, Market ttreet, St Louis, Mo
Ana sold by all good Druggists and Fancy Gocds
Sold by J. n. MAUX&.CO., Druggists.
Samuel a. Bennett, Pl'ff Second Judicial District
x. Lourt of XebraskR Terri
iiit--Miii d u.i nam, wry w Aovcmher term
amuel .. itAKijjers, ei ais, 1 A. D. 1S03 for Xemaha
aeteuJants. I County.
To Samuel E. Rjdgcrs, Barton B. Barkalow and Tho
mas L. Mackoy
Youare hereby notined'that there is now on file in the
office cf the Clerk of the District Court for Xemaha
County, eora:-K3 territory, the petition. or the above
named Plaintiff, Samuel II. Bennett, w herein is claim
ed of you, jUntly with the Xeniata Valley Bank, the
sum of one hundred and fifty seven dollars, upon bills
of said Bank, issued to circulate as mirrency, and that
summons and attachment were issued against you there
in, and that lots number one and two of Block n three,
in the City of Exow nviiia. in said Ounty, has teen at
tached therein, as the property of you, the said Samuel
E. Rogers, w hich said sum mous and writ of attachment
has been returned "not found," as to you tho said
Samuel E. Rogers, Darton B. Barkalow and Thomas L.
Mackoy. Youare, therefore, hereby uotined, that unless
yi-u appear at the bext term of the said court, and on
or before the morning of the second day thereof, to be
begun aud held at Brownville, aforesaid, on the six
teenth day of Kovember, A D IS5H, and plead to said
petition, judgement ty default will be had against you
for the amount therein claimed with cost.
1). L. McGALY, Afyfor Pi'ff.
Ordered that the fcrcgoii g notice be published ia the
Xcbrabka Advertiser, as the law in such cases provides.
AXDREW W.PENTL AX D. Clerk, ty
CHARLES G. DORSET, Deputy.
BrowTTille. Pctrbcr 7. iw "
. -.Notice to tlie Public,
The public are hereby notified not to purchase of any
cue two note of hand given by the undersigned tj one
r.rFl'S MOORE; viz. ere note of $150. dated Dec. 25,
ISoT, and dn May 1st ISoS; the othc" a note of $500, due
Sept; 1st, 1S3R. We flu not intend t pay said notes, cs
they are not just debts, th consideration for which they
were given having never been rer.di red.
B. S. RAPLET.
Tecumseh, Johnson counfy, C. WRIGHT.
EIXXEY. CUAS. Y. COLLY.
KINNEY &. HOLLY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
i:iniAsivA csty, je t.
Will practice in the Courts of this Territory. Collec
tion aiui criminal business atton.'.e'l to throngtott X
brsska, Western I wa ard Mhsouri.' Will aUend the
Courts at Brownville. 5c33-tim
f;fv.A A? vi
Charles F. Ilolly Nemaha county district court of
V3 flhe2J judicial district Neb. T.
Moore & Crownlce ) To November Term A D 1858.
To Thomas Moore and W W Moore partners in
trade with George Brownleo by the abore firm
name of Moore and Brownlee. ...
"i ou arc hereby notiSed that there is now on file
in the Clerk's office of the Nemaha county dUtrict
court of the second judicial district Nebraska Ter
ritory the petition of the above plaintiff Charles F.
Ilolly, w herein he claims of yon by the firm name of
Moore & Brownlee the sum of five hundred dollar
with interest on the same at.the rate of ten percent
per annm from the 4th day of April a d I85S, upon a
certain promissory note made, by you by the firm
name of Moore &. Brownlee, on to wit the 4th day
ofpril a D JS57,and payable 12 months after date
ar?! given to one II C Carpenter payable to him or
order, which promissory note has been endorsed by
him the said II C Carpenter on to wit the 10th day
day of May A D 1S57, whereby the said II C Car
penter ordered the said sum of money thereby spe
pificd to bo paid to him the plaintiff. And you
Thomas Moore and WW Moore are herein notified
bf the issuing of a writof attachment nod summons
in this case and you the said W W Moore are hereby
notiSed that ty virtue of the said writ of attachment
th following property belonging to you has been
attached, to wit, The south-west quarter of section
No twen ty ( 20 ) township No four ( 4 ) range No fif
teen (15) east of the sixth principal meridian in
Nemaha county Nebraska Territory and also lot No
four in block No eighty-six in Nemaha City in the
said county of NemaLa as appears by the recorded
plat of the said place. And you the paid Thomas
Moore and W W Moore are notified that the sum
mons issued in this case against you has been retur
ned as to you "not found." Now therefore unle.
you the said Thomas Moore and W W Moore appeur I G
at the Nemaha county district Court of the Second j G
juaiciai district Nebraska Territory on ox before
the morning of the second day of the said 4rrs of
t he said court to be begun and held in the city of
urunnvitio in said ivcmana county on the sixteenth
uiy )i govern per A Dlo ana plead to the said pe
t tion judgment will be rendered asrainst you by de
fault for the sum claimed by the plaintiff of you as
a lore saia wua costs orsuit,
U C. JOHNSON, Att'y for Tl'ff.
1 1 is hereby ordered that the above notice be pub
lis'aod in the Nebraska Advertiser for four successive
weeks as is provided bv law. '
A.'W. PENTLAND. Clerk,
By CHAS.G. DORSEY, deputy
October 2Ijt, '58 nl7
S. LOCKWOOD. 1857. R. E. POMEROY
Lockwood & Pomeroy,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Also, Shippers of Americak Purs of every de
scription ; for which they will pay
the highest Market Price,
COUNTRY Merchants are invited, to examine our
J stock cf Hats Jt Caps for the approaching Spnnj
and Summer trade, which will bo largo, fashionable,
and well selected. In point of variety our stockshall
not be excelled by any llouse in bt. Louis.
Our prices will be low, terms accommodating.
Call and see us at our New Store. Second St.
St. Joseph, Mo. - 32-6m
Stephen F. Xuckolls Plaintiff Second Judicial District
vs. I Court of Nebraska Ter-
The Nemaha Valley Bank, &Vritory, to Kovember
Thomas L. Mackoy Defen- f Term, A. D. 1S53, for
dants. ) Nemaha County.
Whereas, in the above entitled causes the summons
and writ of attachment therein issued, have been re
turned not found as to said defendants. The said defen
dants, Thomas L. Mackoy anil the Xemaha Valley Bank,
are hereby notified that there is now on fl le in the office
of the clerk of the dictrict court for Xemaha county, Ne
braska Territory, the petition of the said plaintiff.
Stephen F. Xuckolls claiming of said defendants the
sum of three hundred and eighteen dollars, upon bills
of said bank issued to circulate as currency, and has
caused the interest of said Mackoy in the building here
tofore used by said bank as an office, also his interest in
the ground occupied by said building, and in a pattcut
safe therein being, to be attached in 6aid cause. The
said defendants are further notified that unless they be
and appear at the next term of said district court afore
said, and on or before the morning of the second day
thereof, to be begun and held at Btownville, in said
county, on the sixteenth day of Xovember, A. D. 1S58,
and plead to said petition, judgment by default will
be had against them for the amount of said claim
and costs. D. L. McGARY, Att'y for Pl'tr.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be pub
lished in the Xebraska Advertiser, as the law in such
cases. ANDREW W. I'EXTLAND, Clerk, by
CHARLES G. DORSEY, Deputy.
BROWNVLLIiE, N. T.
Announces to the public that he is prepared to accom
modate those wishing with Carriages and Buggies: to
gether with good safe horses, for comfort and ease in tra
velling. He will also board horses by the day, week or
June 10. '6S. 50tf
JEFFERSON P. CASADY, 1 MARTIN V
JAS. D. TEST. . V JAS. D. W
Conncillluffs,Iowa. ) Nebraska
CASSADY, TEST, RIDEN &
(Successors to Riden & White.)
i NEBRASKA CITY, N. T,
TTAYING made arrangements by which we will
ii. receive accurate copies "of all the Township
embraced in the Eastern portiou of Nebraska, we
are now prepared to oiler our services to tho
Savaiters of J ebraska Territory.-
In Fining Declaratory Statements of Inten
tion to .tre-empt. securing rre-emp-tions,
Locating Land Waxrants-
AND ENTERING LAND.
Land Warrants Bought and Sold.
LAND ENTERED ON TIME.
Particular attention paid to Buying and Selling
Property on commission: Also, to making Collections
anl forwarding rennttancesto anypartof the Union,
Jul auks of all kind? always on hand,
Hon. A. A.Bradford,
S. F.Nuc tolls,
Messrs. Dolman k West,
Peter A. Keller. '
June 23.1S56. vl-n-l
St. Joseph, Mo., .
Lnnis S.Xickeson Pi'ff ! To Nov. Term A. D. 1S53
vs of District Court for Ne-
William Ilenchcr, Def. j maba county, Neb. Terr.
The said defendant llham Ilenchcr is hereby
notified that there is now on file in the ofEce of the
Clerk of the District Court for the Second Judicial
District of Nebraska Territory, at Brownville, in the
county cf Nemaha and Territory aforesaid, the pe
tition of the above plaintiff Louis S. Nickeson,
claiming of said defendant the sum of five hundred
dollars together with interest cn that sum at the
rate of ten per cent per annum from the second day
of September A. D. 1S53 as money duo and unpaid
upon a promissory note executed by said Ileucher
to said plaintiff. And that unless said Hcncber ap
pear at tho next term of said Court, to be begun
and held at Brownville aforesaid for said county
aforesaid on tin sixteenth day of November A. D.
IS53. and on or before tho second day of said term.
and plead to said oetition. iudcrment bv default will
I - ( , .3 w
be had against him for said claim and costs. Helen
dant Ilenchcr is further notified that summons in
said cause was heretofore on to wit the thirteenth
day of October A. D. 1358, issued agninst him and
that the same has been returned "not fouDd" as to
him the said Ilenchcr.
D.L. McGARY. Atfv for ITtff.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be
published in the Nebraska Advertiser as the law in
such cases provides.
A. W. PENTLAND, Clerk, .
By Cuas. G. Dorsey, Dep.
October 14, ;S nlG
A. B. II0LL ABIRD & CO.,.
Machinists, Founders and . ..;
I iont stree, "West of Smith,
"ITTculd most respectfully inform theirfriendsand
v v tho public generally, that they are now pre
pared to execute all orders in their line, with prompt-
ncsj. Having lately enlarged their shop and with
the increased facilities they now possess, they hope to
meni a continuation of the liberal patronage which
has heretofore been extended to them.
Saw Mill Engines of every Description.
Constantly on ban ': consisting of the rash, Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears and every description of
Jastings, warranted to be well made in every particu
lar. They haye also a Boiler Yard attached tQ their
establishment, which, enables them to oversee all
work in that line furnished by them, and are pre
pared to work oa as reasonable terms as any other
shop in the country. - "
Tho3e in want of anything in our line, would do
well to give us a call and examine our new pattern
A superior stock f f Millinery and Dress Goods at my
re Millinery establishment, one door above Lushbaugh
&. Carre's Backing House Browaville. X'. T.
4itf MARY TL'RNEH.
OST OF XETTERS
Remaining in Brownvillfe Post Office, for .uartr end
ing October 1st, 1S58.
Ashley George 2
Bailey O ,
Brooks Mrs. Eliza
Rlodsett Asa ' ,
Bless 51 "
Battles J. S
Briggs Oscar e
Bradford George G
Ruxton II P 6
Chatfield Mrs R V
Cor lett John 2 '
Cosier .'ohn H
Cochran James '
Clark George W.
Callwell S II
Cbetham John 3 ..
Cadett Henry 8
Carpenter Mrs Sarah
Jewell P A
. Kleihaner Thuke
Lyons Miss Mary
Long James P " .
I -owe Miss Martha
Lewark Elijah -
Lamie Mons Casper
. McMaina Smith 1
Manning John W
M ecanige Stewart
Meigs Ileman A "
Mclnnlch W H.
, McFarland Levia
Martin John F
. Miller Mis Elizabeth
Miles S B
. Xobles MD
Pool James II 4
Peery R. M D ,
a Parker Robert . -
Piatt David R
Precll J J ' 1 j .-. , .
Paxton Tliompaoa .
Forcer Miss Emma
Ponn John A
Presisent or secretary ol
Chaffee J R 3 K.
Campbell David : ,
Cabit Catharine 1... :
Calkron John M
Case Messrs John St James
Dixon Ira ;
Doming Alvin B
Dankle Miss Catharine
Dayton Town Company
Roes burg Geo F.;. s
ReidHB , .,
Smith HE ; ,
Smith Jacob 2 '
Sanford Luman W
Southen Mrs Aly
Snow Mrs Sabina
Scott Mrs Margaret '
Spalding Mrs Alva
Katon John - . - .
Fowler Jesse W '
Frick Charles H
Grover Cyril L.'
xilland William .
Gilleon B n
Henderson Miss Sarah
Hawley Oresthus K.
Hollcroft Wm K.
Helman Abraham .
Schwahn Christian Fred-
Iteming Nathan '
' erick "
Spcnny Cyrus 3C . ' '
Selflrdge & Olslager
Schneider Samuel '
Tallman Walace W 2
Thompsons David L
Tonscy Omer 2
Tanner Mrs Eliza B
Villars Hiram ;"
Wecrs Gerd . .
Welch James C "
Westfall Joel ;
Hum George W
Harrington John , ,
Hill Miss Elizabeth
Hill Miss Abigal
Hart Miss Catharine
Hosbach J A
Ha stan Henry ,
Huffman John C.
Hunter B. M.
Jones A D
C. G. DORSEY, Postmaster
, Legal Notice.
Wilson Bro. 4 Co., Pl'ffsl To Nov. Term A. D. 1858
ts " rof District Court for No-
John R. Davis. Dcfend't J maha County, Neb: Terr'y
1 be said detendant John It. Davis is hereby noti.
fied that on this fourteenth day of October, A. D,
1858, the said plaintiff, Wilson, Bro. & Co.; havo
filod into the office of t he Clerk of the Second Judi
cial District Court of Nebraska Territory, at Brown-
villein ISemaua county in eaid Territory, their pe
tition claiming of said defendant the cum of eight
hundred and sixty-seven dollars and lerty-six cents
upon four promissory notes, which notes are more
particulirly described insaid petition, and for that
defendant was and is a nou-renidenf ot the Territory
of Nebraska, a writ of attachment and garnishment
against the property and effects of defendant togeth
er with a summons was sued out In said cause re
turnable to the November term, A. D, 185S, of said
Court for Nemaha county aforesaid: and ihe firm of
Lushbaugh & Carson and John L. Carson individu
ally were attached therein as garnishees, of defen
dant. And whereas the at tnehment and summons in
said cause has been returned "not-found" as to said
defendant John R. Davis: the defendant is. there
fore notified that unless ho appear at said November
Term of said Lourt, to be begun and held at Brown
ville aforesaid on the sixteenth day of November,
A. D.ISjS, and on or before the moxniug. of the
second day thereof and plead to said petition judg
ment by default will be had against him for the
amount claimed as aforesaid with interest and costs.
. D. L. McGARY, Att'y for Pl'ffs.
Ordered that the foregoing notice be published in
the Nebraska Advertiser as tho law in such cases
A. v . l zntlaxt. L-Ierr.
.r , - ByCiIAS.O.D0R8EY,dep.
October 14, '58 -nl - - - -
DUDLEY M. STEEL,
CHAS. I. CLARKE.
NAVE, M'CORD & CO.,
jt orvrarain;? ana commission
Felix Street, between Third, and Fourth,
SAINT .JOSEPH, MO.,
ITave Just received and for sale low 350 hhds sugar ;
250 bags rio Coffee, 850 kegs Iron Monntain Xatls, (the
best nail made) 253brls and half brls molasses;
150 ten gallon Kegs Belchers Molasses;
2300 sacks G A salt-. Xew sacks and In good order. .
1S00 bags Dairy Salt in Gunny's of 15 and 26 pounds
200 brlscopper distilled whiskey, gnarrantiea gooav t
75 brls ann ht brls old Bourbon aud Rye, best axtinle;
60 qr and 1-8 pipes Ercnch Brandy, warranted pure anu
160 boxes soap, different brands, 01ein,Palm and fam
15 tierces new Carolina rice;
1C0 casks Lee's New Castle Soda ;
25 boxes soda In pound papers; - -100
boxes assorted candy;
25 boxes fancy candles: ,
200 chests and half chests and eantins Imperial. Gun
powder and Young Hyson teas; '
200 bxs Tobacco, Glasgow and Virginia; .
125 coils Manilla all sizes; '
60 dot wooden buckets end 35 d3zen each no 1 & 2
Tubs;. - . . ,, .; . .
36 dot wash boards. ,
Our stock is the largest above St. Louis, all of whlcl
was brought before the late advance and shipped at
twelve and a half cents per 100 lbs. which gives us great
advantages over our neighbors who have not yet re
ceived their stocks. . . XAVK, McCORD fc CO.
Sept. 9, 1858,-tf. ..
, GEO. S. EAYEU &
IE fflTE RRDK
General Land Agents,
Glen-wood, f jt'lattsmouth,
Mills co, Iowa, Cass co, ebraska. ,
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
J. M. DEWS, Associate Attorney.
R EFERENCKS :
Greene, caro & Benton,
G. Doughty A Co.,
Greene, Weare & Rice,
.Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Ft. Des Moines "
Cedar Rapids, u.
' Glen wood, Iowa,
Cincinnati, Ohio. .
, m - 41
Vincentonn, N. J.
Philadclphiaj Pa. .
Medfrcd, N. J. i
Greene & Weare,
Nixon & Goodman,
Tootle & Greene,
N. W. Thomas; '' ' '
Schooly & Son
Gen. Wm. Irick,
I. Reed&Son, ..
Robinson a Iro .
.Burlington Co- Bank, i '
C, Deurer has removed bTin Shop from Front street
to Main street, nearly opposite the new Ilotel, where he
has opened up th largeAt stock ef ware in his line to be
found in ihe upper country., lie solicit a continuance
of patronage. Juno 10,.'5S. ;
HAYDEN & WILSON. ,
Importers end Manufacturers of
S3 33 X Hi ES. "ST
Coacli Hardware, !
Carruige Trimmings,' S.iddle Trees,
llameCSpniiga; and Axles,
Patent ana Enameled Leather,
HARNESS, &! ' " '
Xo. 11, Mala Street. St. Lonis, Mo.,
Are prepared to offer tn their customer and the trade
an assortment of articles' unsurpassed, ia analtty and
ess, by any llouse in theiriine. East or West.
C. . W. WHEELER,
Architect' and' ? Builder.
To Elisha Campbell and all others whom it may con
cern; you are herebv notified that iwHl appear at the
Land Office in Brownville, Xebrasta Territory, cn
Friday the 15th (lay of October, 1858, at X o'clock, f.' M .,
to prove up my light of pre-emption to tho west half of
the southwest quarter, oi section, ana soutn calf. of
southeast quarter ot section 33, in township 4, n rang
i n,m w w, n rn .
Brownville, Oct T. 1S58. "
I caution ail persons whomsoever agaiist haying fro 3
Augustus Konrrtie and Wm Ruth certain town lost
known as 'Benedict's Addition' to Brownville; Xebraska.
Por Casli asid. on. "ZMxsao
Tfe are prepared to loan Land Warrants of all sizes to
settlers on such time as they may desire long or short
the usual rates.
A constant snrply of Warrants will be kmt on ban4
for sale as cheap as they can te fcougut euewaere in
town. ;' ! " -
Buy of regular dealers end beware of bogus warrants,
Alk warrants sold by us win ne guarantee-! to ie
geauiae in every respect aifcl will be exUumged if de
Being permanently located m Brownvine, wc can al
ways be found at tho old stand a few doors cast or tne
iiUSnSATGH & CARSON,
Bankers, and Dealers in Land Warrants.
. F. LUSHBAUGH. JKO. L. CAR80I
LUSHBAUGH fit CARSON, V
BANKERS AND GENERAL LAND AGENTS,
Dealeri in Coin, j -
Uncurrent Money, Exchange and Land Warrants,
BROWXVILLE, XEMAHA CO., X. T
Especial attention will be given to Buying and Selling
Exchange on the principal cities of the United States,
Gold, Silver, and uncurrent Bank Notes. A constant sup
ply of Land Warrants on band for sale, for cash, or en
tered on time for Pre-emptors. All Warrants sold by ns
guaranteed in every respect. Will file Declaratory State
ments of intention to pre-empt, and prepare Pre-emption
Papers at short notice. Money 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 points will be promptly attend
ed to and proceeds remitted in exchange, at current rates.
Bills of Exchange on England, Ireland, and France, ob
tained at usual rates, with coot of Exchange on the East
added. Deposits received on Current account and interest
allowed on special deposits.
OFFICE Main St., near U. S. Land Office.
Lind, Brother St Co., Merchants,
McXaughton, Carson it Co., "
Hiser & White, r . , "
Yonng, Carson & Bryant,
Jno. Thompson Mason, Col'rof Port,
K. M. Punderson Jt Co. Merchants,
M. M. Yeakle & Co. Xo. 17, Broadway,
Wm. T. Smithson, Esq., Banker. -
J. T. Stevens, Esq., Att'y at Law,
Jno. S. Gallaher, Late 3d Aud. U. S. T., "
Taylor it Kriegb, Bankers, : . - , Chicago, III.
McClelland, Scruggs & Co. Merchants,, St. Louis, Mo.
Hon. Thos. G. Pratt, i f
Hon. J. W. Geary, Ex-Go v. Kansas;
Hon. Jas. O. Carson,
P. B. Small, Esq., Pres't S. Bank,
Col. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Law, -Charles
Parsons &. Co. Bankers, ; .
. Mercersburg, Pa.
44 ... .'
Keokuk, Iowa. .
Council Bluff " ,
Vinton, " '
Easton, Md. 'r
Havana A labama.
II. C. XuttSt Co.
Greene, Weare & Rice, "
Douglass & W at son, "
Col. Sara Hambleton, Att'y atLaw,-
Judge Thos. Perry,
Prof. II. Tntwilor, ' - J ' k
Oct. 8, 'Q7-v2-nl5-tf
v GEORGE EDWARDS,
a :rt rt iteot.
OFFICE Main St, East of Kinney UoUy'i pjfict,
Nebraska City, N. T.
Persons who contemplate building can be furnished
with Designs, Plana, Specifications, &c for buildings oi
any class or variety of style, aud the erection of the
same superintended if desired. Prompt attention paid
to business from a distance. ' 62lf
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND ' '; . -
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Falls City, Richardson County, Nebraska.
Will give prompt attenti n to all professional busi
ness entrusted to his care in Richardson and adjoining
counties; also to the drawing of deeds, pre-emption pa
pers, He., &.C, - May 13, '63 n4G-6ui
Announce to the public that they have taken charge of
the new, large, and commodious brick Hotel building re
cently completed in the City of Brownville, Nebraska.
They have furnished it from cellar to garret with en
tire new furniture J the rooms are all large, well ven
tilated and finished. .The table, we promise, shall at all
times contain the best the country can oflord. Our liquors
shall be as pure 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
lie that we are determined that no effort on our part shall
be wanting to reuder the Brownville House a first class
Hotel. MORRISON & WHEELER.
July 8, lS58-6m
JOHN A. PARKER & CO.,
1VASIIIIVGTOX, D. C.
JOUX A. PARKER, late Register of the Land Office,
Omaha, X. T., having resigned his office will hereafter,
Inoonnection with one of the best Land Lawgivers in the
country, attend to all business confided to him; and es
pecially Which he has made himself thoroughly acquainted with
by study and practice for years. . ;-
He refers to the Heads of Departments and Members
of Congress of both Houses. -
- All applications for services must be accompanied with
a fee to insure attention.
January 23, 1S58. . i ' ' i ' 1 . no31-ly
. i ? '. i i ,
BEARD & , BROTHER,
PROPniETORS OP THE
SAWT LOUIS, MO:, " '
BaDk Safes of Hardened Steel, and Chilled
Iron, .Jewellers' and Express Safes,- ...
Vaults, BankLocks,'&e ": -
HThe recent test of Safes of the different Manifactures
in the GREAT FIRE of the City Buildiugs, ' In which
the Excelsior triumphed over all others, fully establish
es the superiority of the Excelsior Safe, which merits
the confidence of all interested in Safes, and the securi
ty of their contents. The Excelsior being the only safe
after being in the nre for ninety hours, and taken out
red hot, that saved the Books and Papers, while a large
number of the others, in the fire but a short time, were
taken out with their contents entirely consumed, must
impress all with the necessity of examining their safes,
and. those purchasing to bo sure beyond a doubt, of the
Safe having stood the test and come out victorious, we
pledge ou.xelves to manufacture none but such as can be
relied ou, and refer to the following
. . Certificate.
" .7. - -V ' r ,
TTe, the undersigded, tako pleasure In certifying to
the .successful test. Beard fc Bratber'a-JxeeUior fire
proof Safes were submitted to in the burning of the City
Buildings, the nineteenth of li ovembcr,I85tf . and are jus
tified in recommending them to all who need safes.
IIall & Smith Eddt jamesow &. Co
Charles Blow i'Co' !-" Samcjel McCartney
Partridge & co ' " Joseph Elder
IICStPHREYS TtTTT& TZRBT, JOHS 8 THOMAIOS
RUN VAN HlLLMAN tt BROS BASTE WlLET & BASTE
TlLLAN ROZIET &CO SCOTT & BRO
McMehait & BALLAHTifrr Brown Goddih & Co
VON Fut'L WATERS fc CO - W LKWISO & CO
D A January U co John II IIall & co
Barnard Adams & co Shapleigh D at & co
;; y THE EXCELSIOR; c-
Took the Premium over the best Eastern Manufacture
at the State Fair, in Saint Lonis; is : told from thirty to
fifty per cent less, and guaranteed to be equal to any in
the United State. - - -i - - ' 1
Also, manufacturers of . ,
" EIslitnlngr'Rods, vi
of Best quality, and ',..','
, PTJMPS.of aU Descriptions.
BEARD St BRO.,
Xo. 15. Main Street, Saint Louis, Mo.
July 22, IS58. Iyv3n4 -
--' '. v- J J . J
I have for sale 60,000 Apple Trees of the choicest va
rieties, grown in this (Xemaha County, X. T.) They are
of one year's growth from the graft. I am compelled
to remove them this fall from the ground they now oc
cupy is my reason for ofTeriug them for sale this season.
The price, however, and the fact of their being grown in
this scil and climate is a very strong inducement for
persons resident in the Territory purchasing of me. '
Orders .rent in, will be filed, and nilcd in order when
the season arrives for taking them up.
The following is a list of the principal or leading as
Milan, ' '.
,. Darwin, .
Rhode Island Greening,
' Willow Twig,
Ilarvest Red Stock,
' Golden Sweet.
t ' Winesap,
- Summer Queen,
Fall Pippin, Ac., kc.
R- W. FURXAS.
August 6, 1S53. i , i
W. P. LOAN,
ATTORNEY' AT -LAW.
LOT AND LAND AGENT,
Arclier, Rlcliarason County, K, T.
. , bT- JOSEPH, MO. i i
i JAMES G-RGILL-Proprietcr.
X ANUrACTTJHES and keeps constantly
?X on hand for sale,' til k.ind of Floor, 3Ieal,
and Feed stuffs. Ordors solicited and promptly filled
on most favorable tcrcjs. Cult paid eoiutantlj for
t beat, i or character ox x lour wler to everj body
m ever nsod ii.
St. Joseph, Mo Adj. 30,1358. vlnI3-7
,;- - -,
JAMES W. GIBSON, :
; Second Street,betwee3, Main and Nebraska,"
! ; ' BROWNVILLE,' N. T. - '
B. I. HARDING. G. C. KIMBOUGII K. . TOOMXR.
! MtHiifact urcr and Tlotisale Dealer in 1 "
HATS, CAPS & STRAW GOODS,
i Bo 49 Main street, bet. Olive and Pine, i
; --. ST. LOUIS, MO. .-
' Particular attention paid to manufacturing our
finest Mole Hats.
! 1 REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
j CTKORGI CLAYE8. ' J. LIS.
i y ' OXctyos Ss Xiooi ' ;
Real Estate and General Agency,
1 51 OMAHA CITY, IT. T.
; REFER TO
1 James Wright, Broker, . f New York,
Wm. A. Woodward, Esq. '.;.
! Hon.R.Wood.Ex-Gov.of Ohio, " Cleveland,
j Wicks, Otic and Brownell, Bankers, , .
: Alcott A Oorton, ' ,' '' ,
! Col. Robert Campbell, " -St. Louif,
I "James Ridgway, Esq. ' "
: Crawforn and Sackett, Chicago. '
Attorney and Counsellor
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 prcparid to do all kinds
of Book Binding old or uew, bound or re-bound upon
the shortest possible notico, and on the most reasonable
Orders received lor all kinds of Blank work.
July I. lS38-ly.
Matchmaker & Goldsmith,
ROCK PORT, MO.
BEGS leave to inform the public that he has located
In the above named town and offers for sale a choice
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
and other articles usually kept in such establishments at
price which cannot becomplaine-I of. Being an exper
ienced watchmaker he flatters himself that in repairing
watches, clocks and jewelry he can give perfect satisfac
tion. , 19 6m.
IV". E. TIARVEY. . L. VAN WYCK. '
Civ. Eng., Snr. & Draf t'n. General Land Agent
; HARVEY, TAN TFTCR & CO.,-
iGcnoral Land Agents
i ' ' 3NTo1oro.olx.o. City.
) ARE Connected with agencies in Washington' City by
which thev arc enabled to prosecute claims against the
United States Government, or attend to any business be
fore the General Land office with dispatch and to the
satisfaction of their customers.
j One of th firm being a practical Engineer and Survey
or (having been for many yearsconnected with the United
States Coast Surveys engaged on works ofrlnternal Im
provements) we are prepared to make Surveys of Towns,
Farms, etc., in any part of the Territory; and having
engaged the best Draftsman in the Territory, can execute
Maps, Town Piats, and drawings cf alt kinds (mechanical.
architectural, &c.,) to tho perfect satisfaction our cus
tomers. , ,
October 221, 1S57. ' JiSlvj
ED. W. MOOHE,
; General 'Steamboat Agent,
FORWARDING 3' COMMISSION MERCHANT,
JiLiJjiiAoilA UlX x, X4.T.
. Goods sold on Commission and prompt returns made
Particular attention given to receiving, Storing and For
warding all kinds of freight and produce. .-
Ofilce on the Levee,
i Storehouse in the same block with Kearney Ilotel.
Refer to the Merchants of Xebraska City;
Fife & Michael St Louis Mo; I Tlarpcr It Sender St. Louis'
John A. Warden " I Joseph Mclntvre "
Bbakelford, Finney St Co" I Barcklay, Hinkle& Co "
April 29, 1S59 v2-!4-Iy
, All persons are hereby not 1 tied that 1 will take the
necessary steps to the re-opening of tho contested case
or James Ferguson, for the purposo of more fully in
vestigating i- right to enter the soath -west quarter
(l4)of.so,ujh west quarter (1(4) and lot number four (41
of section c!shteer (18) la township five (5) range six
teen (lG).eatt, 4 1 hereby warn all persons sot to pur
chase,' trade for, or in any way to negotiate for any por
tion of the above described property.
May 27, "68 v2n46tf i AUGe'STCS KOUXTZE.
. . :." or
mm Rrownvillc, AebrasIuL,
. to tho public that he has just re-
eeiveu, per Mcamer K viand, a very large and
well assorted stock of Parlor and Cook Stoves, of
new and improved pat terns, as follows: ; -
Elevated Oven, New Ef ,
olden Era. and every varietj o ,
' Parlor and Office Stores. I
Also, i t
Japaned Ware, Bras IIcKIcm, .
Lanthcrns, Copper Wai e. Sh o
- vels and Ton?s.
AU of.whicli I pledge myself to sell at as fair rate
and on as accommodating terms, as anj other estab
lishment in this region of country. -
! 1 have also now on band every requisite variety
of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron ware, and am prepared
to put up guttering and spouting and all other work
in my line, at short notice, and in a workmanlike
manner, which 1 warrant to give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undersold in the upner
Brownville September 2, 1S53. nlO-ly
H. M. ATKINSON, .
Surveyor and Land Agent.
,Ti BROWNVILLE, N. T.,: -
"Wlir attend promptly to the selection and loca
tion cf Government lands in the Nemaha land dis
trict: surveying town sites, and subdividing lands:
drafting city plats, and all other business of a Gener
al Surveyor. Bo will locate warrants on time for
distant dealers; file declaratory tUtctemerts of in
tention to pre-empt; make out pre-emption papers;
ana always on nana 10.ooxou1cia.1ms lor actual set
tiers-;' ' -
W.W. Sanger, M. .
Sewal Jt Withington,
Rev. t. W. Howe, '
New York City,
Col. W.E. Atkinson.
George Ii.Xixtn, Register Ltnd Office. Brownville,
Lash bangs warsoa, iianaerr, iirownvllle, Ii . T.
ZOOK & BALDWIN, ,
Porost Cl.t-y, LZo..
.., ' -: r : , And
Dye Woods, Dyestufis:
Oils, Paints, and PaIntcx- Articles
Varnishes, Window-glass and Putt',
. - FrenchEriglish, and American Perfumerv.
- FIXE toilet and shaving soaps, fine hair and
v"7 tooth brushes, paint bru hcs, surgical and dent
in, al instruments, rpices, snuff, manufactured
tobacco; all 129 patent medicines of the day: pure
wines and brandies, for medical purposes; choice
toilet and fancy articles, ctcetc.
Agents for tlie sale of
Dr. Wisur's liakam of Wild Cherry.
Kcgr'( Liverwort, Tar and Canchalagua.
-A Osgood's India Chohigogue,
" Jone' American Choliigoguc; -
Guysott's Yellow dock and Srtaparil!a;
-'rPmiUi'sToticSvmr. ,x t
.July 2:1, lg57. I ' . i ,; , T?n1-yly
A. D. 1IIRII,
Land Ageat and Tfotarr Public.
Archer x Richardson Co., Y. T,
"Will practice in the Courts of NetTxska,ai3isted
by LurdiBs and tieacetttura-ka Liij.
Lvtura EOADLrr. . - - - - osxt t. una.
Office Corner main and First Street.
Will select Government Lands; locate Land Warrant 1
in Nebraska, Kansas, Westera ilissouri and 4 .
.Iowa; collect debts; pay taiet for non-
residenU; buy and aeU property oa ''
' ' eommlssion. ' '. 1 1 " H J
Land Warrants Bought and Scl
Pra-emptioa papers prepare.1, le. . ; '"nl
WE UA VE FOR SALE LOTS IN TUX CITIES CT
- . f . . .... :'
;- '. ; ,J SOUTH BRQWNVirii:
NEMAHA CITY; r
f-"- , y - r i"
:.t st. Joseph, ::oj
ALSO FOR SALE
Lands near Table Roclr. Pa-jrr en-tw
- 1 - . -.-
In Nemaha county, improved property for sale or JVtX
REFERENCF.S. , " .
Lucius TJopxins.Prf't Importers 4 TradenBnk X.T.
David noadley Pn't Panama Railroad-.
Gea.C. T. IIilIycF....Ciarter Oak Eaak, XLirtrl-.
Lee, Butler k Co. Hartford, Conn
Collins, Kellogg Kirby St.Loui, Mo-
ThomH .helps . Motile, Al
C. Wilson & Co EttUw, Ala.
Wm. P. Webb, At'y ... ..
M. B. Osbom k Co.. .. . V.r TUr, n
Ja's U.Archibald, Geal ijTD.K AW.R.B. Scraatoa
Gillespie, Pearce k Co., Bankers .. .. Carboadale, Pa,
Lathorp k Jones .... .i .. .1 Scran ton, Pa.
MoV." He i TaCi X Y.
V illiam Frothmgham, Atfy Albany,:?. T4
VeT' l- el3oo. Principal Wyomiar Seminary, N.T.
. rket Co Waahingtoa, D. C.
a. 1, uumer, Kecoiver Land OSe. Omaha
Horace Everett,- Coiaoil Bla2,U.
w HULE3ALB AXD RETAIL DIALK2J Hf ; '
: DRY GOODS, GB0CEB1E3, ;
n ITT,T,-VTir iVr . r
ITavine established themselves at tie old stand rtcanul
ly occupied by - - r
. , JOHN McPIIEIlS0N,: ; Vl
They are now offering and receiving for salt oa of the
AND BEST ASSORTED STOCKS l
Ever Brought ia this Territory .
They have an extensive and varied assortment t
STAPUG AIVD rAXCT
' A' Large Stock of Choice Family
' t :
- coxsisnxa 09
. .... i
-Tea, :r,"V . .
And a fine assortment of
LIGHT GROCERIES '.
....- Such aj : . - ,.; .
Spice, . , '
. . Peppers, .;; . ., :'. ;
' iSalaratus,' " j -,
-,' . . Ginger, ; ,.
' !" ' 'Allspice,
. ' etc., etc.
They have also on hand a large lot cf
TABLES, CHAIRS, :
DESKS, BUREAUS, &
' - ALSO, , r ..
A well selected 'Slock of
IIARDY7ARE A!ST CrTXEIIT,
Q U EEN S WAREf ''
Boots and Sli'os3." '
D. B. H'LAUGRUX (111. SOI IT
i.icL AUGnLxn a. ronsirr, .
Main Street, Brown. Ille,ff.i
Buy and sell Land Warrants, make out and nle declar
atory statements ; make out pre-emption papers par
taxes, investigate titles
Buy and sell property on commission I furnish land
warrants for time entries, and attend to all other busL
ness connected with a general land azency basin.
Particular attenUun paid to the seiectioa of Gorsm
merit land and the Ideation ot land warrsati for parlies
remoins ai a u;.uance.
McLACGnLIX it DOttSST respectfully refer to
Geor;a H. Xnon, m.. esister Brownville Land
Ch tries B. Smith. Esq., Receiver of Pob'.ic Moneys'
Xemaha Land District.
Egbert W. rurnas, Ej.,Bditor AdvertlMr Brawnvlll
Messrs. Lnsbbangh k. Carson, Bankers, Brownville,
Hon. VT. X. T. Harailtoo, TJatrersbiwn. Maryland.
Lewis B. Keweomer Isq. Baltimore, X.&. .
1 O II Bamet, Ei , Dayton. Ohio. . t " .
. Hon. Tenner Furrusott, Delegate la Congresa trecsj
Xebraska Terrritory, Washinctoo, D. C.
John A. Beal, Esq., Attoraer at Law, Perm, lad.
Brownville, April 23v . , , aotttf
Baxkiso norsr or Lt shbaitgh It CA&soa I
LYoawtri;2,Te5rrury 1, 1353. )
On and after this date, depoaiWrs accounts will be
opened for specie, currency and scrip payable la same
kind of funds, Checks must be marked accofdiogiy, .
. Ofilce hoars from to 13 A V. and t to S P a ,
j 5 luiii3atjgh Jt CAitsoy. s
, KANUiiS. liOLLLi t CO- .
TT5 rV"nTTrTi T5T? fTTTT? ?
St. IoiilJ, rilssourL '
Orders for merchandise solicited, and prompt Tv S:iit.
at the lowest rale. All kinds of produce boujit ot aoM
on tommisioo. '
Septvabcr 33, '
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