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Lzibrr im Lifo find General '
i.""- "T 21 ari Juleyts.,
Hillf CUED AT TUX XAiT EKSSIOS of THE 510. LEG
. sCorlicd Coital 3,CCO,C0O. -
B. Jen rJr?,LIl. Howard, J. A. Owen.MUtou
James Kaj.N.J.ilcAiLbn, A.V. Mansfi
"S now ready to receive a j-jlicattcn for Life, Fire,
JUrine nd Kivcrnsks.- A casn return oj pee
enUKi.I t? fowtaoa cargo prean'MBs.
promptly adjsste I.srrl the u; ualfadlitios given to
tot patrons tr tie c-c. '
o. r. laki:. ' '
. , W. II. HOOVER.
- - , JCeinaha City.
s 1 M
.KEBSTER.rMARSil & CO.,
. Keady LTado Clbtliiiig,
'Kj, Mr.in St-St. Louis, Mo.
YiTIKTS. PRAWFKS. OVKRALI niltTH.
XL TJ XI 33
ana all kind of
ALSO. TALI STOCK, OF
GENT'S AND'BOY'SM CLOTHING,
Which we offer as low a any Ttouse la tbe City.
" . i : V."E,bj"TKR,' MARSn fc CO.
""' WHEELER WILSON'S
J. W.McDONALD& CO.,
-Zxo. 79, Fourth's treeSU 'Louis, llo
-. Are ikliri tLa Hare of all other machine to. ,
Tamilien, ' Dress-Makers,
' " AND. '
ATT d t-
, l KOTA RYS PUBLIC, f ;
Brbvraviiie and ITeinaha City,
... .KEBHASKA, TERRITORY..
- r . . . - - . , .
TTlLLpromotlv attend to Land Agencies, I'ajing
VV.taxA, Drawing mohej, tuying and elliDg
Heal Estate, buyicg and eelling on Commission,
MaVioiy ColIcctioiiB for distant dea lers, and aU kinds
of business pertaining to their profession.; .
rarticularattentoin wiu do given in wins uwk
torr statements to pre-empk-and procuring )Var
rantT from the Town Authorities.. '
. . ... i
rersons owning tows lots, resiamg at uiaiauco
rishtn? to rrocare Warranty Deeds wjU do well to
clace the arency in onr bands,' (alw a presenting
thair UaiLciaim lvecas ier saia jjoj. t iiuu tuo ex
piration of six menths, as af ver that tinia ail lots not
Deeded will be sold.
Blanks always on band.
X. B. Letters bf inanity answered promptly.
March 23, '57. . t 41-ly
COMBINATION PATENT." ;
UPRICIIIT STEA3I SAW JIIL.L,.
This mill commands the universal admiration ol saw
mill men everyvbens. At Its merits become inown, me
demand for it Increases. Orders are coming from every
section of this country, Canada, Cuha, and Soum Ameri
ca. It la fuited for every section of the world wherever
there is tirabor te ba sawed, no nuttrr of, vfcat character
bow bard, howlaraeo how small. Two extensive ma
nufactories are now engaged in Duuaing xnese himib, jet
It S liiioi: lmpos.ill to tam tbettt out asLifciasiuey
are wanted. They embrace several valuable patents
and Improveme&U, and combine all ol me following aa-
Simplicit liutli Ihe mul and power are so simpic in
their constructton thai anyone of ordinary raecnsmcai
ability can comprehend them, put tuem up ana run inem
without danper or difflculty.
Portability The hule establishment can be very
quickly taken apart and put together, thus rendering it
easy to be moved from, place to place asdeslrM, ind sav
ins: the necessity of tirawlng the logs a long cistance to
Jhira&itify-t-ltii construciea in toe jnosi soua ana
substantial manner, runs perfectly still, is not uaDie w
jet out of order, and 1U last for years witnoui repair.
Rapidity It will.saw faster than any other upright
upright miiL Tha speed of the saw Is about three hun
dred strokes per minute, and th feed from one-eighta to
three-quarters of an inch per stroke. Thus, at a medium
: ; is) ira &wm xJi L L : m- 4... :
; I .-. ' . . , . - . - ' .... ;
.Therare tbe Simplest, Speediest, "Cteapes
A w-.t . im V. l,iBM Mintlinl." ' '
lnffj iVfOfi InFlTrT TflTTTl 111 I 'peedthesawwiltcut through a log twenty-four feet
4;UiiVlli.u.v.U III Liuj . hin.wthrM miniitM. From this data anyone
The proprietor respectfiilly
. The citizens of Broirnville, and the public genrally, that he has just teturned from St. Louis with
the largest stock of custom-made ' '
'iVBoots-'-'eSi 'SSMoes' ,.: '.
; Ever brought 'west ' of Saint Joseph,, , .
Hia assortment of ready-made Boots Shoes embraces every variety for Fall and Winter." French
Calf-skin boots, single and double 6ole of the latest style and fashion; also a superior stock of
; Grain leather water-proof boots, just right for PIKE'S PEAK Gold Diggings. He hai
V ." a large supply of Kipand Stoga Boots, and a great Tariety of Shoes and Bro-
gans ; Boys' Shoes and boots of all sizes and all varieties. , ',r ' '
He has a large; supply, and great variety in every style and fashion, of Ladies' Gaiters, Slippers, Mie3t
' and Children's Gaiters and Shoes, Gentlemen's Slippers, Unffalo and Gum-elastic Over- ,
..-:':' :';:'. .' s V ehoes, fc, Ac. i:. : -
Ho also has constantly on hand a large supply : of French Kip and Calf-skins and trinmuegs
FOR HOME MANUFACTURE.
' He warrants his work to give entire satisfaction, and invites the public to call and examine for themselves at
the Brownville Boot & Shoe Store, and judge whether the boots and shoes are not of better leather, better made
and cheaper than any 3 ou ever purchased from any other place. The highest prices paid for hides. '
Sept. 23. 1858. , . ,' ' ' ' M : ".'.".
21ev7 Hardware Store.
Sign of the Saw..
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
American German, English & French
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
. ST. JOSLTH, MO.
IS NOWrecciving and opening the largest and most
varied arsortinent of good3 in the above line ever
offered in any market west of St. Louis.
" My stock embraces a full and complete assortment
of Cabinet and llouse Builder's Ilardware, Mechan
ic's tools of every description, direct from the most
approved manufacturers; agricultural and horticul
tural tools and implements, in great variety, combin
ing all the recent and useful improvements for tie
saving of a vast amount of labor to the farming com
munity, from whom I respectfully request a careful
examination of this department of my stock. I am
also exclusive agent for the sale of the celebrated
St. Louis Circular Mill and Cross Cut Saws, which 1
will warrant, and fill all orders at ihe factary prices.
Also a large assortment of Guns, KiSes and Pistols,
Tmn. Shil. Nails. Ac. cf the best brands: in a word.
T "Ikl'Tn S m7 stock is very comPlete wnicn for it3 quality and
iillOl JlaJLo price, I am determined to offer such inducements as
will command a liberal snare 01 iraue irom mis una
adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies for American Hardware Manufaclurcrs,
together with a long experience in the general Hard
ware trade, enables me; not only to defy all competi
tion, but has convinced me that the true principle of
trade is small prohts ana quicic returns,
January 1, 1857. vln29tf
J. nART & SOX,
SiltS & AMISS
.'j m And ' Steamboat Agent, ;
-riii b at tbe Levee at air butrs upon the arrival of
KteaiuhnaU, and attend to tbe Collection of Bills and
pnfw left with turn with prompt dispatch; also attend
to the Receirt--of fxxli for buatu, ether lor fci. ixuis or
Will be ftbd it tbabfi.ee of Dolman A. Vest
ute Agents, Market Square.
1ft MILLER ftTTBOISAUBIN,
LCO:(lt!G-GLASS PLATES, .
: i r:.3 iiTiif,ana riobf cnass,
'lSe Second $U SU Louis, Mo.
Manufactures, tf Urnarrseutal Ixt)king-Glas frames.
Stained Gia&s in dl its-Various Branches,
Chyrchc?, Public imdJhrivate'i !
.'Buildups,- m i ;
Ornamtnial Work for Steamboats.
SPRING AND SIMMER GOODS.
FXZIiD, i BEAB-DSLES CO.,
Importers , and .Jobbers. '
riecc' Goods for Jlcn'S Yl'car,
JVb. 53, Xrai ftrccf, St. JWt ' "
We are now Iff rTa Isrge'ln. complete stock
of t..U suitable Jvr tl.eSKiag aud Summer trade which
weet;r wi) i nuM UvwraWe terms - The steckooa
tium part of tbe following pood, vix:
, .. -. XUJTliS.
TKhrtrs; Bo;kis; Satinet Tweeds; Cashtnrretts;
Jeu; Cc rinr.y ; jilolking Linen; Cottonndes; Al
parM; Drep IXttea; Farmer's Satin6; Vetlna; Vel
vet Srg e. 4tc; every description of tailors' and cloth
iers' trimmings. A complete stock of Blankets. A full
atixrtroettt of wooJ sbiru and drawers, i '
Jier.Uai)t,CUliieraBlTib'rfl visiting the city for
the purple ef bitying ibclr Spring'Stock will find it to
their interest to examine our stock before making their
selections.- Allrtlcts will receive prornpl attention.
ApririS, SS5 noi2
Iloust?, ,g:n, & Ornamental Painter,
ruHi 1 tntMIMty Prvie Stw.
Brownville Steam Ferry !
l2BEST CROSSING, i'f
Th Route fron. Lrovmville to rt. Kearney,
' ! .taence to uaXiiornia. is i&8
nearest and most practicable. - - J
lone In about three minutes. From this data any one
knowina the character of the timber can calculate how
much it will do.
Effiicienc v It docs Its work well, gttts smoother and
straighter than the ordinary mills, and the arrangement
of the saw is suca as to render It utterly impossible for !
It to run eat of liec. " ' ' . ' i ' ! t ' i ,'
Chtavnett The entire logt of the mill, with fifteen
borF Dower and everything all complete and ready for
runuing, boxed and ready for shipment in St. Louis, is
onlv ftl.750.' . . i . ,
This mill reaulreiless power to drive than any other
mill, and the power furnished is sufficient to drive extra
machinery.' - - -
Acircular containing full particulars will be sent to
any ane desiring it:. All ordert should be addressed to
. . . BRAGG & BURROWES,
Comer Third and Market ttrcett, tt. .Louis, Ala.,
-eole agents for the Western and Southern States. --
March 25, '68 ,, , .. . i . . 43-ly ,
: SGARRITT MASON,
Wholesale and Re tail Manufacturers of
Furniture and : Upholstery
C0B5ER WASHI5GT0IT AV.& 2d ST.t
St. Louis, Missouri.
To our Patrons and the Public
' in General.
"We take great pleasure In being able to assure you
that notwithstanding our heavy loss by tbe burning of
our Sales Rooms at Xos 40 and 42 Washington Avenue,
and tbe loss of the entire stock in them, on the morning
of the 25th inst., are already able to fill, any order that
may be desired In our line.
Having a large amount of stock in our ware houses
that are not connected with our sales room, and being in
constant receipt of goods from the best manufacturers,
we are thus soon enabled to fill orders at our usual low
prices, and in our former prompt and satisfactory man
ner. ; ' '
. Our facilities for procuring and keeping up a desirable I
stock, are uneaualled : our personal attention and large 1
experience is and will be constantly given to our legit
imate bnMness as dealers in ana manufacturers or
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY, !
In all the various brancbes! We assure you that we
will sell as good goods and at as low prices, and on as fa
vorable terms as any house in the West. . . , . ,
Thanking you for the very liberal patronage already
bestowed tn us. we ak a continuation of the same,
Sales Rooms for tbe present, on the Northwest cor
ner of Washington Avenue and Seoond Street, four doors
below our old stand.'
Very Respectful ty,- - 8CARRITT & MASOJf .
St. Louis,. August I, IS53. . no7
- a t r -v
Oregon, Holt County, Hissouri.
Keepconstantly on hand allJescriptiouof Harness,
Saddles, Bridles, Ac, &c.
Jf. I. Lveryarticleinourshopismanufactured
ourselves,and warranted to giveaatisfction.
DOWDALL, MARKHAM, &CO.,
Ensrlnc and jlaclilne sliop,
COBNEa Or SECOXO AND MORGAN STBEETS,
ST. LOUIS, Mo.
Manufacturers of Steam Engines and Boilers, Saw and
Grist Jlill Machinery, Single and Double Circular Saw
Mills, Tobacco Screws and Presses Lard Kettle, Lard
Screws and Cylinders, Wool Carding Machines Building
Castings, Toung's Improved Patent Smut Mills, &.c.
jrf"AGETS for the sale of James Smith & Co.'s Su
perior Machine Cards. v2n8-Iy
OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
MANTFACTCBEBS ASD 'WHOLESALE DEAXEB3 IS
Boots Shoe3 & Erogans,
NO. 87 JALV STREET, SAINT LOUIS. 20
ARE SOW IN RECEIPT of a complete assortment
of goods from their own and other manufac
tories,adaptcd especially to the "Western trade.
Purchasers are invited to examine their stock
manufactured and selected with ereat care and
warranted of superior quality. Orders will receive
rompt and otrcfuJ attention.
NOEL, LAKE & EMERSON,
Srowavillo, IPJ". T.
N. B. We would rospectfully inform tho citi
zens of Nemaha county and adjoining Missouri, that
we have always on hand & large and well selected
supply of LU AlBER, which we can furnish at low
er rates than any mill in tho Territory.
.Market prices paid for logs delivered at the yard
or on the bank of the river.
All orders accompanied with the cash, will receiv
our immediate attention.
J. T. HORN
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
John couiorx & brother, Liu:irsr (Lrooas
-(Sign of the radioes, opposite tne rost uince.;
HaW st. between Front and Second sts.,
LJ- 1... rf.
'and country produce.
WE have just opened a heavy Stock of Fall and WinterGoods, embracing everything in the Staple
and Fancy lino, which we are now prepared to offer to the . k ade at extremely low prices.
prepared to offer to the tra.de at extremely
For Cash or Country Produce. "
CRANE A BILL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Building and Saddlery Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Leather and Shoe Findings.
ST. juszr ti, MU.
TTAVE now in store, and to arrive shortly, Amer-
XX lean and J; oreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves & Son's Files Scissors
Knives and forks
Brass curtain bands and
Angers and aager bitta
Grass and grain do
Shovels and tongs
Framed wood saws
Blacksmiths' Bellows and
Household Armitage an
Stocks and dies
Pad hooks, breech'g loops
J ad screws, cockeyes
Girth rein and roller web
Silk, 3 cord thread
and Edge Tools
Butcher's do do
Spear & Jackson's saws
Gimlet pointed screws .
Griffin's and American
Post hole augers
Ames' fehovels and spades
Lull & Porter's shutter
Circular, mill and muly
Planes and plane irons
Coopers drawing knives
- do adzes and wood
Butts, cast and wrought
Copper rivets for belts
Plated and com. stirrups
do do Uuta
do ' do Buckles
do . do Ring3
Breastand rein snaps
STEGEL & GREENBAUM, ;
- BrowxAvme N- T. :; ,
' - r ' t , ; ' . 7 I ' .J P j i :
TEE proprietors wonld most respectfully inform tho citizens of Brownville and the public generally that
they have received andarenowppeningoneof the largest and most complete Stocks of Clothing
'''' ' '"Ever brought to this market.
t j ..'. :!':.''!,"; ii -i .. ;TJicir:a330rtment of . : ,. .
Embraces every variety of Textures and Prices; as to Color they have Brown, Blue, Black, visible and
-.: invisible Green, and Cloths, Cassimers,Satinett?.Cashmeretts,and Jeans, all mado up
according to the latest fashionable cut. Their variety of vests Is superb, '
embracing tne very latest styles ana patterns, in tne
BAKER k CODINGTON
ANNOUNCE to the Traveling Tubl'io that they are
now running as a Ferry actws the Missouri aiver at
An fn.'.i t '1 vr i tubitantial end comrnodiovi
.STEALl FERRY BOAT,
Which artcgrnnftt will eecuro'sv crUin and
safe r9sr at, ail, timet end , ir aU kiads of
weather: "I he Proprietors ".do'not Vssert boasfingly,
or for the purpose of gaining uetom merely, but are
governed by facta, when they say this U the best
crossing of the Missouri River in Nebraska, and
when they say tho route from Brownville to Fort
Kearney and from thence to California is the nearest
for evidence they refer the reader to the map of the
i a it
Country; and are warranted in saying n i
practicable rmte by ybrsonal experience.
that of nucirtal oi ovners uu um
We claim tbcrcfor that this crossing and
cut peculiarly favorable inducements, to persons
roir- to California, and solicit their patronage. Not-witt;-tlr.iictcr
superior! arrangements for safe
and speedy crossing, our charges are the same as other
Fe-reia.lraska, all bcin-regulated by Legisla
t'. ' ' "" -'Vfc ' . . iS '"r-'-- , '
J i'kocoUect that with our facilities of Power,
o kinds cf weather- will prevent our Boats from
making regular trips at aU hours.-
r?f-k .wfTanl honiwill be In readiness tocross
fot r'senrers at all times of raght.
"t. b. crxixo. ions c. ttbi.
Attorneys Vt Law Real Xstale Agesti
0-rAIIA CITY, TT. T--T-
TELLa'ticiidfaithfulIy and promptly toallbusl
. W ness entrusted to them,.in the lemtonal o.
JowaConrtf-.ti tie srchai? of.lts and lands, en
trrics and Tre-cmptioE!( collections, ie. "
t)Hicc in the second ?torj,or Henry a uootsnew
Vniid .- '.-nrsrrT wi .ta-. Wwtern LicLang
L, nk, i ..rnham ttrctt. - w
Dec. 27, 15ft. vln25tf .
; i . ' -
VICTORIOUS OVER PACT. '
, - - i
" Agony wr ease I Sickae or
heailk 1 Life or death I .These
are tbe questions inrolred In the ;
adoption or rejection of this spe
cific tj the martyrs to external
disease i and injurie." Hiving re
ceived the Indorsement of the dis
tinguished' taran,. the. late Dr.
KANE, and Its eflicacr tested dur
ing two aTul Whiter in the re
tionrof eternal ice. it Is bo w eom-
I inj into general ue in every we-
tion of tli. civilized globe, ana iu
marrelous cures are ererrwhere
7 N -
it is the most TV. J M A
ice, as well as - ACt
traveled it. JL-V i'"Sv- ami
ad route holds J fer
i ' nUXUnEre and TOOUSANTS
liare tested its virtues, and are
rejoicing in freedom from long
lingeriitf .PAIN and DISEASE,
which other remedies had foiled
to cure. Hare yoo the BHON
CKIT1S, XELRAIjCIA,) MUW-
TI3M, RliOHU. KAK-
ACHK er TOOTH ACHE Are you
Illictad witil OI.l t?OKES iu
, fcrinS from BRUISFi", SI'RAINS,
will afford row Instant relief
ever uouy u uauio w
v ith many goods embracing a complete assort
ment of the most desirable which they will sell at
the lowest prices. J. COLHOUN fc BRO.
-April 16th, 1857. 31-ly
MILLWRIGHT & ENGINEER,
FBROWN"niiI,E, U. T.
A NNOUNCE to the public, that he is'prerared
XA.-to erect Steam and Water Saw and Merchant
MiUs at short notice and reasonable terms. Repair
ing oi maenmcry oi an Kinis.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Ho is also Agent for
A. B. HOLLIBIRD & CO'S
JIATS AND CAPS,
VaiIs,riovs, Stoves, Furniture, &c
April 9th, 1857. - 43-t
x Lumber ! Lumber ! !
We aro prepared to furnish at our Steam Saw Mill
opposite Brownville in"Prairie Forest,",' all kinds of
lumber usually found in the West, and some choice
lumber suitable for waggons, f urniture, and for build
ing purposes, do., such as llickorv. Oak. Ash. Black
Walnut, Sycamore, 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 the shares,
or by the hundred. Bills for lumber can be left at
our oEce, in Brownville. We will also furnish lum
ber saw upon tho shares, or by the hundred at our
mill at Table Rock. I10ADLEY k MUIR.
Brownville, April 1.
New Spring Goods,
BROWN & CO.,
Xo. 7S, Main Street Saint Louis.
Invite Merchants visiting St. Louis to their immense
stock of Xew Spring Goods,
IMPORTATION OF 1858,
Black Grode Rhine Silks; Black and Colored Satins:
Printed Jaconets; Challies; Dubages; White Goods;
Embroideries! ; Lace Goods; Gloves; Uoeierv: Lac
Brown & Co., have ready for exhibition the latest
European and American styles of hoopn and hoop s'urts;
French Skirt reeds; ribbons of all styles, silk cravats,
dress trimmings; brushes, combs, buttons, toeether with
Are casesTarasols, of the latest and most fashionable
Cash buyers, close purchasers, andnromnt men. vis
iting this market, are invited to examine our stock and
BROWX, & CO., 73 Main Slrect Saint Louis.
April 15, 1358 no 42.
T03 ALL THE TU2P052S C2 4
' There has long existed a public demat
effective purgative pill which could be reliw 1
sure and perfectly safe in its operation, f1
been prepared to meet that demand, and uJ?
sive trial of its virtues has conclusively shrV-
It is easy to make a physical pill, but not
make the best of all pills on which 1W;
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUND
jm o. loa v me st.. bet. 1'ourtb and Fil'tn,
none of the objections, but all the adTtnta, '
every other. This has been attempted W (
with what success we would respectfully
the public decision. It has been nnforfcam
the patient hitherto that almost every
medicine is acrimonious and irriUtinz to the h
els. This is not. Marry of them produce m k
griping pain and revulsion in the system mj,.
than counterbalance the good to be derir
them. These fill produce no irritation er C
unless it arise from a previously existin j
tion or derangement in the bowels. Beings
vegetable, no harm can arise from their as
quantity ; but it is better that any medicice
be taken judiciously. Minute directions ft, j
use in the several diseases to which they
plicable are given oa the box. Among the
plaints which have been speedHv cured by thai
may mention Liver Complaint, in its vanom
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Lf1(a
. petite, Ustlessness, Irritability, Eilious Hi,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in tfctj
and Loins ; for, in truth, all these are bnt fc,
sequence of diseased action in the liver. ilj
aperient they afford prompt and sure relief
tiveness, Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Iluroorj,
and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the bojj.
and impurity of th.e blood, Ixregularitia-, j,
any and every case where a purgative i is imtj
They have al.no produced some sir.gajtf,. t
cessful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, DroDsy.G,,
Fjysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, fuaj.
Back, Stomach, anL Side. They should bt b
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the
and prepare the system for the change of iet
An occasional dose stimulates the stomti,
bowels into healthy acion, and restores th
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, ij
stimulant action on the circulatory systea,i
vate the strength of the body, and natati
wasted or diseased energies of the whole org
Hence an occasional dose is adrantagewn, ,
though no serious derangement exists; bui
necessary dosing should never be carried ton
as every purgative medicine reduces the itrex
when taken to excess. The thousand curs is n
a physic is required cannot be enumerated hem
they suggest themselves to the reason of
body ; and it is confidently believed tti pill i
answer a better purpose than any iiiniwhkh I
'hitherto been available to mankind. Wkntht
virtues are once known, the public wH m W
doubt what remedy to employ when in need i
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped, fteyi
Eleasant to take, and being purely vegetable,!
arm can arise from their use in any quantity.
For minute directions, see wrapper oa the la
DR. JAMES C. AYEE,
Practical and Analytical Cbesii
Pries 25 Cents per Sox. Fiva Iciei ti S.
For the rapid Care f
COICIIS, COLDS, XIOIRSEJEI
CROUP, ASTIDIA, AXD
Tht remedv has won for itself such otai
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary dim
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the
deuces of its virtues in any community who
has been employed. So wide is the field of ins
fulness, and so numerous the eases of its e
that almost every section of the country abw
in persons publicly known, who have been rata
from alarming and even desperate diseases of!
lungs by its use. When once tried its super
over every other medicine of its kind is toifl
rent to escape observation, and where its virtjoi
known, the public no longer neaitaw wn ma
to employ for the distressing and dangerous is
tions of the pulmonary organs which are mm
to our climate. Not only in formidable tit
upon the lungs, but for the milder variety
Colds, Coughs, Hoaeseness, Ac ; and ford
dren it is the pleasantest and safest medicoii
can be obtained.
As it has long been in constant use thronp
this section, we need not do more than aswn:
people its quality is kept up to the best thati
has been, and that the genuine article is sold i
J. II. MAUN & CO., Agew
May also be found atall time a fine selection of Cravats, Stocks Tyes, Collars white or colored, Handker
chiefs, Suspenders, CarpctBags, etc., which we will sell as cheap as any establishment in the West.
; We have the finest and best assortment of
SPRUTG AHD S
AM ' ALPS
Ever brought to "this Territory.
J - l.
A rr i..
For thee dreadful accidents the
AI1CT1C 1JN1MEXT MiouW be
liaud, for it affords Mire
- a aeni on
5 aud Imin ediale relitf, often Mf-
K r?S lii'J fz
TLf t . i --pei-t ''.' r t-.jioxi'v e i'. a : t-.."?are
i, ff "metfreck. Ttev have on hand tne larceni
- - t i f Hn.t ; oMrles ana lathe ever
tue county or lert.tury, cc iifciktiug ol '
'-t s.r.ed -i1in ; ,.
, Mr .wood P.crtt:: - . r. -"
. . k and at-h
f nz from death. Every stcam-
boat and railroad train should
Keep tc no iiial nag ueara uie
sbrwiLa of iiciim4i Uterd br the
xenlded and ninhiuHl victims of
1 explosion and collision, does not
feel that some ncans of ltlicrinf
ineir K.rture ulionld alitaya be
.omwiIiIa f Knr1kliXsi;ijl ill llii.
-j.v-i I . '.UM..ii balmy laiu eontru!Uuggent..llw
THE HOTHEUS'I COMPANION.
lit cores CiKHS IX' Tn"
RKKAST, tORK NI1TIK"
souk i Jit?, rnirLES, tc- u-
flies who priz a pure skin,'
void of pimples, blotches, scurf
i and ail uiHColorationa aixl ex
? reences, Blknild attaek
1 tlie treipasner on beauly'a
1 domain as wonnntliey appear
iilh the AKCTIC IJNUIKNT
3 -It li excellent for the Hair,
firing Sta hcHllLy, glowy ap
iamuc. It is
Warranted to suit the most fostiduous. A fine assortment of ' ''
COATS,' Dress, Frock and Sack. ; )l
PAXTS, Every Style and Description.. , - - - ! j
TESTS, To please targeland Sniali.
SIIIRTSBotu'lTIiite and Fancy. " i: J i
C. F. O'DIUSCOEE & CO
1 Tanufacturer3 and dealers in Xai. Ttonk nnn Jh
1VL Type, Printing Presses, Cases, Callies, Ac, Ac.
Inks, and Printing Material of Everv Descrintir.n.
STEHEOTYl'IXCi of all kind-Books, Music.
PatcntMedicine Directions, Jobs, Wood Engrevings,
X ' oat
Saw . Manuf actorv. Brand aEd Pattern Lclters m styles,
. as '
YF. II. T1TEEIA3IS,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IK
STOVES & TINWARE
rpAKES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or
A. gonand the public in treneral. that h ba. nn
- , - . r v.
nana tne most extensive stock of Stoves and Tin
ware, ever offered in this market. My stook of Tin
ware is of my own manufacture, and is for sale at
Wholesale and Ketall at St. Louis prices.
i would can articular attention to my stock of
vwuxiu Diuv comprising the most improved
patterns both Air-Tight and Premium. Among them
may be found Filly's Charter Oak, thebeststove now
in use, tne Asiatic Air-Tight, Pioneer and priiePre
Parlor & Box Stoves
Of various Sizes and Patterns, which I will
SELL LOWEU THAN ANY HOUSE IN TOWN.
i articular attention paid to making and putting
up tin Gutters, in the town andcountrr. AI
pairing done on short notice and on reasonable terms.
uid copper, lirass and Pewter taken in exchange
Tl'a5 Oregon, Mo.. July b, 1358.
WEiWwldbutrfSS eP,ublic.tCa.11 "amine, and judge for' themselves whether tho Clothing at the
JJ:T?l bC"Cr madtoatrial, cut with better taste; better trimmed
and twenty-five percent, cheaper than they have ever bought elsewhAra ,
wiuDcr v.u, ioat. . .- , - (vznio-iyj .
lO.0 : 1
's ; i c-iw-'ii-wwd. rar-pTd, lyaa and
. nalut'iusUDe 1-juiUer; . .,
joit; nils, tu.liin-ff sad C3ntllng of . ai-
, nost every hire bt,.th hard aoJ oft wood;
' ' ' c :: " rota :U Kuare eyed tiiea'-c-nps, aio
. t'-eri r av cIUL!es,OAS, iwnuiuuwu
. v ", fe'. - J .. . . -
V. -. 3 : i-o-i t artkla, ct uniform, lenjth,
lui.tuci. aiid iiiih
Ti.s:r rll are uu '.or ti e daarpe of experienced and
t- er.t inc-r., tux v.-.o Lii.ierk'.-ned flatter tter.iselves
It thequal.tj- UtLcir tuuir-crwill comire favorsbly
TUi any :.er v. 'e tnthe Territory, all of wnita will
, cr.FEN', TSINGLKiCO.
Frcib Aniv:i!s ! Heavy Additions ! !
rrlcc? Greatly Reduced!
v cunnEcr taken at parii " !
i J, 3. J
Cc'r. c'ri cr.i Frances ds'i St. Joseph '.Mx
jUS j.. ,i rr-civel st V.i st-re room, corner of Second
s.,t ;!". Ft. j fr- h, every thia desirable in
ic, . v !,! !e rnru, r-t' for tbe Fall and Winter
'i.Viiiiir, rMkMiuiu; i net f-r acOi. or to t,nnctual
. 'i T-eiitreiiur3d" Vreti
' . . ict. '.i .6.-1 r;ed Frr.its
' . . - .. . . . . i il. ' .-. I .... r.A
T , i, ,.-rs 1 .o cii, s'JU u-x t iciu .
,.',.Vtif ! fslt. 50 balf Carrels new wbite Fih.
. , ! : l im . .' ECbc-e , 51 buxes T f i 909
1 r i lr ii raii-iiis, lCKi bxedriei ber-
'. v,"i! '.'r -- V"'rr, 2 ') t -xraikers.
j. 1 1
It is a sovereign remedy foi
i fba virions liwaiea with
: vbili homes are aClicted,eur
fn th rnodt iibirniinjreai'etof
f 7 'HAl.TvWOCNK,,t?CBATCII-
f -V-7 ixnr Eic;-Krn, - avis,
t vK" '. . EVilXe. Xa liuaier, livery
" A I -1 Stable keeK'i '
k owninr rahmble HOUSES,'
VbouUt b without this valua
, Tot sale y ailjeiec!ble Pruuj'wtaand Dealers.
Prices of tba liniment, 25 cents 60 cent and tl a bot
tle. A c-oe-doltur bottle ' conUius as much linimeut aa
eight Uentr-Gvts-cent bottles r
xxmbrjoisARY ; moriciiiEST"
. Every purcliaarof a dulla botUe of the ARCTIC
tVJ'-VT receive, at Pr. Draft's exjnt, tli UNITED
i-TATES JOUKVAI ' of Kew York, for oik jear. llie
Journal is a large illustrated pa ir cl uuuibtrr con
Uiuini sixteen 1ces beautifully jointed n cWar wbite
paper, and Clled. with original matter trom U.e raont bnl
Imnt writers of tbe country. ; Ovtificat ti aubcriita)n
and full wirtieulars f tha vel and iluUmUinnc en
terprise, o( wiiick this offer form a j-art, wUl accouipany
each bottle. , .
An AGENT WAXTOiln l. mi ana t iiajiux-
UliAGa & CIIUIOWES, Si. Louis, Io.
i 1 Kmr York Omot, So. Kl BBOAmVAT.,
CdmnirinkiUoa hhould always be adireswd to SU Louia.
MAUN & CO., Agents,
Brownville. "N. T.
; McCORLnCK'SJ I?:'
Reaper & Mower for 1858
n TC;iITATT & Co., Affents, : ? 4 ?
'. i St. Joseph, Missouri, ; ' J '! i
Is agaia ofTered to the farmers of Missouri, and Nebraska;
as the best Reaper in. tbe world, and tbe best combined
ucaper and Atower, and la so warranted. For five years
past I have avoided attending the various State and
County Fairs, for the purpose of seeking premiums, re
garding my machine as too well known to need that sort
of commendation. In July last tbe United States Ag
ricultural society, at their Fair at Syracuse, Xew JoxX,
awarded U me a
GOLD LIED All and DIPLOMA. '
For tbe best reaper, after a severe test, In heavy tan
gled rye over hilly and uneven ground. ' Also the 'Great
Council Medal' was awarded by the exhibition or all na
tions in London in XS51 to C. itcCormick. on tbe ground
of the originallity and value of bis AMERICAN REAP
ER, and also at tbe great French Exhibition at Paris, in
1855, was awarded the Grand Gold Medal of Honor Also
thehiShest prize awarded to any reaping machine by the
Royal Agricultural Society or England in 1S57, and still
more glorious, the highest satisfaction and approval of
vver 100,000 farmer df my own country.
Fanners desiring the AtcCorniick Rearer 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, 1S59 3o42 .
rSIEGEL & GREENBAUM.
m. a. vriLKissox.'
LEE & LEAVITT'S
- KiXJM a ATX, u.
And are prepa red to recc ive and fill orders for an v ma
chinery manufactured or kept on hand, by these es-
iaDii3nments. . -. . ,
Letters of enquiry, promptly answered.
Noel, Lake A Co., Brownville, N. T. Steam Mill.
It. W . r urnas, Brownville, "
Muir, Ilann A Co., " " "
Dr. Hoover, Nemaha city, "
P. M. Rogers, Pawnee city, u
Nuckolls & White, Rockport, Mo.
James Lowe, Linden, "
A. B. Ilalliberd, Cincinnati, 0."
Brownville, June 18, 1857. v2 1-ly
J. D.N.&B. B. THOMPSON
Real Estate & General tlollcctics Asents
r i! ; TT" ATTfKTTTTT T f -T m
Agents forloTralns. Co.,0skaloosa,
ALL. buslnes entrnstcd to our care will meet with
prompt attcntiou and warranted correct. Papers prepar
ed for persons wishing to pre-empt, Declaratory state
ments mace out, etc., etc.
23"Olflce n First street, north of I. T. "Why to & Co.2
- J. VT. Grimes, Ex-Governor Iowa
T. L. Price do Missouri
Austin A King do do
G. S. Eayre&Co., Glenwood, Iowa
G. Doughty . Council Bluffs, Iowa
Apri: o, 1B03. . .vzn4i-iy
H. Lamarque & Co,
"Yatcli-HIakers and Jewelers.
UETr : & WILKINSON,
me umiersijmcd, located In
with an established refutation
tJix2a.lastaniling, desirous to secure the generous patron
age of the ladies &. Gentlemen of Brownville and the
surrounding country, thus iuforms them that theywii,
always keep on band a large stock of all descriptions 0J
jewelry, watches and clocks, and they will sell as cheap
-rra kerg, 60 bbls
... - "i taBj.riM anil
l1l., - X I V.;.1U., v v.xis.-
' vl .. . ' j ;.-;o 5-jt an.) molftes,
'u'w.;i wVJldat prices cvaMdcrably t-etvw the prices
T ojy "' - - t
i. Jffj'i. Kor.8, lSii. ......
J. D. u. iiionPSGir, . ..
! Attoruer : at;-Baw,
Ha refntscd hi. protaitsional lolness,. and win prac
tice In all the jGourts of Xelraika, and the Courts in
Atdilttwii eonuty. Ms. - ? r x i
O.e ue coor west of I. T.Hcyte's St.:ie, Brownville
Kebra. Ka.' " ' .
I ; T 43 ly
.Oi-otmrille, Airril 22, 1S5S..
33 hurk Msttrasi-es jtiht received at tfce store of "
Aug. 6, ISiX .. (aSJ ... : ...... I. I.WJirtB.
J. T. WESTI.AKE. A. A. BUTTON.
WESTLAKE & BUTTON,
HACHiUE SHOP & FOOnDRY,
Railroad Car, Blofclt rump, Bolt
.Corner of Uaiu. & BidJle St., 7
' ST, LOUIS, HO. f ,
Contractors outfits constantly on hand, such as -
Rotary .Pampj; Cars, Sideer .End Cars,
Wheelbarrows, Scrapers, Single and
Horse : Power " Derricks, &c.
Blackstiltlilng nf all kint's, Bridge and Truss Bolts of
any length. "Workmanship warranted of best quality. -
Persons ts1ebte4 to the mideripnel will cfme for
ward and settle, aa longer Indulgence will net be given
Hotel ecripuken at par, . . j
TnOMPSOX h. JIABSH.
rwnville April 15th, 1S5S. ;. : ii-lt
-m - AND
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
i OMADI, N. T. - r
Will attend to alllusincss entrusted to their care
. . BEFEKENCE3
CoKJesse Williams, , Fairfield, low a
Gov. Jos. A. Wright, Indianapolis, Ind,
Mr. F. N. Roock, r rr - Washington City.
Hon. John G. Davis, - J - Rockville, I nd
Hon. Geo. L Miller, Omaha City, N. T.
iE.!S. DUNDY, -
'A T T 0 II N E Y; :A T L A W,'
ARCHER, KICnABDSON CO. N. T.
"WILL practice in the several Courts of f h -2 in. 11,1
Distritt, and attend to all matters connected with the
Profession, Wat. McLxknak, Esq., of Nebraska City,
win .ssio ui.io me proMuuoa 01 important Suits
Tai!6ring! Tailoring!! Tailoring!!!
, :k. paiuvEr, . ;
Atlantic street, Wert of Hoblitzells Store.
BR 0 WNVILLE, NEBRASKA TERR.
HAVING bought property and located permanent
ly in Brownville, I offer my services to the
public generally, if they want any thing done in my
line of business. I can always be found at my post,
or. more properly speaking at my bench.
ITork Warranted ZVo Fit IJo Pay!
: Particular attention paid to cuttiegganaents and
laying off work for the Seamstress, the greatest
portion of my life has been devoted to my tradi, in
which I consider myself inferior to none epecially
in the cutting depaxtment,andlhcpe by close atten
tion 'to my business to merit a rhare rf public
patronage. - E;E. PARKER.
, Brownviila April I5h, 1557, 41-ly
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER,
Southeast cr. 2nd and Locust St's.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
All kinds of Blank Bocks, made of the best naner rrtort
to any pattern, and sewed in the new improved narmt
IilBEAKIES, PEnioi5lCAI,s, liusic &e 0ce of American Bank Note Ccmpanv.
Ivitinri in anv tvln nrJ .t .t, . . ..... I T T I'CTT i VVOOIT
..j -.j., iUC ornii ich noiice. .1. .1. If niMllPKI.
tne last 5fc- -TT2T0-L A ,7l... ,
tr rt ii , """w iuis. xney repair watcses
BI111 ,JO au WorK Dei()nging to that j
-iiucare ana promptness. Charges reasonable
Aucauoeiert atthecifr n Ktnra
nTiHn. 4k - ... 1 - " V. lynuill.C
mu-.ui tug lareoi Messrs. j. u. Mann tt Co.
July I IS08. x LAHARliCT! k CO.
cnanic s air, ne feels condident in insuring satbfactiun
w s w iiw may ai e UiUA C2H -
July 22d,lS53. ,yT3n4
5 PERU, NEMAHA COUNTY,
- ' NEBRASKA TERRTTORT. -
iMrticuiar attention paid to making collections for
non-resuicnu. Charges reasonable.
B. V?. Frame, Pofttnaster. Pern
raruee, JToDate Judge, City
Lyford 6t Horn,
County Clerk, Bruwnille
joh r. TYSON.
W. W. HACKSET.
TYSOIT & EACKIIEY,
GUTTEHAI, LAND "AGENTS,
B1WWXV1LLE, XEM.AHA CO., N. T.
Land Warrants Bought and Sold. Land entered on Time.
Claims and Town Lijts Baught and Sold. Loan Mouey,
Make Investments and Iicate Warrants on time, fur
Pre-Emptloii I'apers Prepared.
OW1CE Xcxt dor.r to U. S. Land Office.
teo. H. Aivon, Register L. O.,
C. B. Smith, Receiver, ' :
Smock &. Williams ' '
L. R. Tuttle,
B. R. Pc-sram &. Co., Bankers,
Hon, G. W. Scofield,
R 1 McGhee & Co.,
Tootle & J-Viirlcish,
Oct.. 1, '57
Brownville, X. T."
Omaha Clty.N. T.
Council Blnfl's, I j-x-a.
St. Iuis. Mo.
New Wholesale Grocery Ilosst
XT. c. RITCHIE,
WHOLESALE AND RETM
D SALES IIT
Groceries, Wines, Liqnoi
nrn 1 no tirrvinnxT irinr
vavj-.hwu, ii vvxyxiii , 1 ix"i
Corner of Main and Francis Streets, Biddlti .
Stand, Opvotit Stouts Hotel,
HATE Just received the largest and mot
stock of the above goods ever opened in upper a"-
to which the attention of merchants and dealer
pectfulling invited having purchased tbew pr'
for caxh at the very lowest possible prices, i
New York and St. Louis, feel confident tbat I at
inducements that are rarely found, anil bipin,
and liberal dealing, low pricen and good Goods,
a liberal share of patronage. Call and examine
and prices before purchasing sales are boand to
In my stock will be found every article usually
a No 1 Grocery House. ,
. Copper Plate 6c Lithographic Printer.
torner or jtamioiph and Dearborn streets,
Wedding and Visiting Cards, Door Plates, Office Seals,
Notary Public's Die and Presses, Drafts, Invoices, and
Labels of every kind promptly executed and sent by
Exprens. KJA Pack of the very best glazed or Brit
tol Cards wtth name for two dullart, by a new and
beautiful process without cost of plate, equal to the
very choicest engraving, samples when required on
reception of pott stamp. ' 9-J J (i jy
I have for rale a number of beautifully located Iota in
the City of Brownville, which I am authorized to tell at
bargains for cash. New comers will do well to call on
uie before making nrchases. R. W. VURNAB,
Brownville, March 25. '53. Real Estate Agent
GEHTS' DEESS GOODS.
Respcctfallyannounces to the gentlemen of Brown-
ihc imijiamiy xnai ne nas Jut received from the
P.at a large stjjcjf of yery superior goods and latest
Clptlis, Vestintrs. &c.
Which hd will manuracture on very favorable terms.
-iic unkrs pimsen mat tie understands bis business
thoroughly ami all work warranted comin f mm hu es
tablishment, and charges as lox as any oiir eonwetitor
A Xcat nt Guaranteed.
DROIT If & CLHTOX,
PRODUCE DEALE2S, .
Fonvarding & Commissi
No. 78, North Levee, St. Louis, M-
Orders for Groceries and Manufactured Artida'
rately filled at lowest possible rates. Conitifs
tale and re-shipment respectully solicited. Ss1?
of all kinds will be faithfully attended to. '
Messrs. OR BeaA?Coerr?D:e3:
Birtlett. McComh fcOo . '
Gilbert, iiles it Stannard .
Hon. vr H Bufflngton, Auditor State cf Xi"n
J Q Harmon, Eso,. Cairo Citr. 111.
Messrs Molony, Bros fcCo' Xew Orleans, V
J D Jackson, q., do
Messrs Hlnkle, Guild & Co. . Cincintut
y Ilaramar &Co . . .
Brandell & Crawford . lonil'",
Wooilruff 6t Huntington, Mi!.
H. BillinK, ; Beardsw'
May 12, 1S6 45-3m " .
75,000 lbs. Bacc:
LTFORD & HORN, Sonora, Mo , have for S' 1
for cash, 75,000 pound excellent bacon.
v2n36-ly March 1, '6a
Capital Stoclv 30,000.
V EBRASK A CITY. JT. T.
THIS Company, undar liberal ehartef; &
fully organized, and their entira eaDitil
Fifty Thousand JJoiUrs. paid in and secured.
are prepared, from this date, to grant open p
and take rUks. noon enual tenm. with tb?
'ored Insurance Comoanv any where, ii
adopted tho mutual principle, if patrooa, w-
incurring any liability, will snare la u pr
the company. ' ;
Ihe operations of the Company, wiu ty cot
for the present, to araaixa- or cargo risks,
maximum liability cf $12,500 on any one bott
licinx tbe only insurance U-ice, oa theabof
ular plan, West of the Missouri, it eonfiJeD-.
pects s generous support from Western Merci'
e respect uny invite the Alissouri Jw'"
S. F. Nuckolls, Chas. F. IIoIIt, ;
H.r.r.enuet, . J. L. Arm?troci
W. N. Ilinchman, Miles W.Bro
A. A. Bradford. ?
St. Louis AcentCol.W. P. Howard. f
April 2d, 187.
The undersigned havini bad con.iider.M f
in planting and cultivating Osajo Orargs U
by ir.ft.rm tba public that tb'ey are now prep1
: . v . . . . ... . A.
cultivating the fence ' complete. Gnii.
their planting can he reuu the faro of
nedy, (j. Crew, J. Skccr. nd others In tbl.rc
Sept.?, 10U ' ' " v r
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