Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, November 25, 1858, Image 3

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vTuU'cf It or snore mill te fumUhed at $1 63 per
gMcm, prevMei tbe cash accvnipames the order, aot
cf the Ecal
'(Tveti letter, Viasonie Temple, Chicago, 111.
g H rATi,Vieuerl Advertising Apent, in r
v Trk. Lines' and Children's Shoe Store, 8i
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rth Street, liucianm.
ru.cHii.CwESkto.Xo 316 and 343, Broadway,
"Vpixw Wixd, American Cana-lean and European
AerUfcl!jj and subscription cruce,Xol33 Xassau ttrect
'jtVvvviivGZ, Northwest corner of Olive and
streets, Satct Louis,
r n Seaivr. M.Dearborn street. Chicago,
i-authorised Agents to aoliat subscriptions and ad-
..enjeBU for the Advertiser, and receive and receipt
lgr Btotuea therefor.
ersons resident in this Territory,
,rtM.nof the States, often suggett
coming from rinous
i ta us the name of
, 'twill Ol UlC snio, uniu -"f- - .. . ,
K""",... ,A irt.w.riu..t. who would doubtless
K . i, r.,td envr of the "Ad-
u 'wr.vend a ieci men copy, and persons
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will consider it a solicitation to become a regu-
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The propri
S !Sr; rrhime-f, and havinginh.s emp.oyan
1 bed and experieuced Fancy Job Print. de-
, fmTced not to be oui-done in the execution of Job o i.
it.rin tma of Foster's latest improved Card
Cards tnariu. u , 7. ; . -nrk. tc: will
; ree. Blank
I SLaexs, w ora iu ioivi,
' Bwiih particular attention.
triors from a distance will b
Lion. .ma
i ill be promptly attended to,
' nl warranted to Rive satisfaction or bj pay.
j- me -Nebraska Adrertiser " having
1 much the largeit circulation of any paper in
th Territory. Wholesale Merchants in St.
Xooi. BL Joseph, Cincinnati and other East
ern market where Nebraska merchants pur
ekue. wis find no better advertising medium
ia tbe Western c ount
"Tcnpcrance Lecture.
S.M. Hewlett, the world-wide, pop-uI?r-Tf
rope ranee Lecturer will deliver a
lecture ia this city on Saturday evening
test, (27th.) Let no one fail to go and
; bear him.
; ' We stlect the following from a hun
'drcd'sucli recommen'ations:
"Mr. Hewlett has a reputation of be
v ing second to no lecturer but Gough. 1Ye
I consider Prof, Hewlett the test of the
j two. His manner of speaking, his voice,
his power cf imitation, are, in our esti
j matton, more effective apd pleasing than
Cough's. .. We with hirri success in the
! field of reform." Waukegan (111.) Gaz.
"We heard Prof. Hewlett lecture last
-evening, and venture to say, such another
was never before delivered in our city,
for hvSrnor, for atire, for ebquenee for
jxrm- of declamation, for aptness of il
Jjitratlon. The annals of speech-making
here, know ho parallel. His side shak
ing anecdotes, his mimicry and mockery
.'are Inimitable." Indiana Slaie Sentinel.
1 . . Criminal Code.
j . The - Publishers C. C. k C. D. Wol
wof h, Omaha, will please accept our
thanks for a copy of the "Criminal Code
o Nebraska," printed and bound in pam
phlet form. It is very neatly gotten up,
! indeed; 'printed with large, bold type,
and on-excellent paper. Every lawyer
should lave a copy, which they can ob
taialy remitting SI to C. C. & C. D.
Walworth, Omaha.
Tails Cltr "Broad Axe."
1 f The above is
.he title cf a new paper hailing from
Falls City, Richardson county, Nebras
ka,' under the management of Messrs.
IUkbask &. Jesison ; Hon. E. S. Dun-
Jy correspond in;: Editor. The Editors
i - - .
ana puUishers are practical and exper
ienced men, and make a most excellent
paper It is neatly printed, and well ed
ited, abounding in wit, localisms and good
tense. '
) Some -body stole the one you sent us,
Jamison; please send us another, as we
f.le all territorial papers.
) We are apprised of the
rorTT.Ptinn fimt cnrrc.ecf ill rmprfltlfm fif
the" Glen Rock mills erected by Alex.
IlALLAM. Ebq., by seeing flour and meal
neatly sacked and exposed for sale at the
house of Crane & Hill in this city. ' This
mill is situated at Glen Rock in this coun
ty', on Rock Creek, a tributary of the Lit-
'? Nemaha, where there is abundant
water- rower the entire season. Such
'uiprovements are valuable acquisitions.
Hirer Closed.
) ' The river at this point was
completely closed with ice on Saturday
lujjht last. The weather has not been
i-evere enough to freeze thu river Jover,
ut it was occasioned principally by the
Moating' ice becoming rorc:el below here
.ome distance.
, . Col. Nixox, Register of the
I&nd Office in this city, returned on Sat
trday last, from a visit to his old home in
i i
e call attention to
-he card of. this new law firm, to be found
a to-day's paper. Both gentlemen are
;jo ell known in this community, as to
;al acquirements, to require newspaper
recommendation at our hands.
V e are . informed by a number of pas
:ers who arrived here by the stage, from
U'lotf, thaf the tteamer Florilda, with a
-tary -loadcf freight for the upper coun
)', is ice-bound at While Cloud, Kan
new "Revenue
and 'Li-
Law," we will publish in a few
so soon as we can procure certi
fies from the Secretary of the ter-
r-G. Holmes, of Watterbury, Con
"i.eut, will accept cur thanks for valua-
e lav
The Ntbratka City Xevs
roa i'j tab volume. It
'Tr in Nebraska.
has entered
ii the eldest
mr-rt. rMt extensive additions of Xew Type, Cots,
'S2 . Bronre. Cards, ixc., made to the Adver
' , omc. we claim to he able to turn out Job V or a In
tiser" we w nroMietor being
ESTDr. Baker's Specific will cure
gonorrhea, Fleet, stricture, seminal weakness, chordee,
diseases of the kidneys, bladder, and all diseases of tie
genital orgiL?. Header, Live you a. private diteasel
Dj not neglect it. Delay it cangerhut. Dr. Bakcr't
Specific is a safe, speedy, aiid radical . care. With Dr.
Baker's Specific yon can cure yourself, and prevent
exposure, as plain directions for use accompany the
medicine. Price $1 60 per bottle. . .
3"Dr. EASTERLY, corner Third and Chestnut etrets
St Louis, ilissonri, sole proprietor, to whom all orders
must te aidrcinad, to get tbe genuine. Sold by
J. H. MAUX &. CO., Druggists,
Brownville, If. T.
Iodine and Sarsaparllla
Will cure all diseases arising from an impure state of
the BLOOD, or a depraved condition of the fluids of the
system, viz: cancers, swelling of the glands, rheumat
ism, white swellings, chronic sore eyes, piles, Doils,
erysipelas, goitres, pains in the bones and Joints, ul
cers in the mouth and throat, and all chronic constitu
tional diseases. This medicine searches cut the very
roots of tbe disease by purifying the blood, and changing
the secretions in the system, thus removing' the cause,
which renders tbe cure certain and permanent .
Dr. LiAtcrly't Iodine and Surtaparilla will cure, the
vorif mercurial diteate, and drive out and destroy ev
ery particle of mercury which is in the system, and cure
its bad effects. "
It will cure tecondary eyphilit or vencraZ ditcase,
and will d.-ive the typhuilic virtu and all ncrcauary
taintt and pohonout matter out of the system through
the pores or the t kin, and restore the patient to a per
fect state of health and purity. It is a positive cure
for liver complaint and dypepia, if used a proper
length of time. Ichalienge the world to produce its
equal ia these complaints. The afflicted will bear in
mind that Dr. llatterhft Iodine and Sartaparuia will
cure all nervous diseases, femalo coniploiirts, aropsy,
graveo, diseases of the kidney's, bladder, and urinary
organs, in a few days.
It will remove pimples and blotches from lbcace,
and make the skin clear, white and beautiful as ala
baster. It does this by purifyingtbe blood, and by its
prompt action on the liver, kidneys, and secretory or
gans, producing vigorous health.
Persons who have long been afflicied with scrofula, old
sores, tetter, ringworm, scald head, blotches, eruptions
of the skin, and all cutaneous diseases, are advised to
procure Gridley's Salt Ehoum and Tetter Ointment to
apply on the sores and diseased parts, when using Dr.
Eastcrly't Iodine and Sarsaparilla. The Iodine and
s.rsanarillanurines the blood, and causes the sores to
discharge their putrid matter, and the ointmcni neait
them. When both are used (which I always recommend)
a permanent and rad cal cure is always effected. They
are the best and most powerful curatives known to man.
A fair trial is all I atk I do not fear the result.
Price of the Iodine and Sarsaparilla, $1 per bottle, or
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m . ..,.
6 bottles for $5. Gridley'i Salt Bheum uimmem
cenU per bottle. Both are prepared by Dr. Easterly,
corner of Third anp Chestnut streets, St. Louis, Mo.,
eole proprietor, to whom all orders must be addrescd.
Jj-Soid by J. n. MAUX & CO., Druggists, Brown-
Tilie, K. and by Druegists generally.
liTTir. Hooper's Female Cordial
will cure all female complaints, such as excasstve,
su-presscd, or painful menstruation, Fluor albus or
wnitest barrenness, saliow complexion, headache, diz
tiness, weak nerves, frightful dreams, and all diseases
caused by colds, checked perspiration,, over-
excitement, &.C, of tho sexual organs. Dr. Hooper's
Female Cordial is nnlTcrsally acknowledged by the la
dies the best remedy ever invented. 5j"Prico I1 Pcr
bottle, or 6 bottles for $5.
Dr. Easterly, corner of Third and Chestnut streets,
St. Louis, 51 o, sole proprietor and to whom all orders
must be addicssod.
Sold by J. n. MAUX & CO., Agsnts, Browiiville,
W. T., and by DruggUts generally
Dr. Easterly's
. 3Fcrer and Ague Killer Will
cure ague and fever, chills and fever, dumb ague, inter
miUcnt and remittent fevers, and all the various forms
cf fevers incident to bilious climates. If there Is
nan, woman or cAi7f suffering wiih ague and fever,
they arc advised to procure Dr. Easterly's Fever and
Ague Killer, It is positive cure speedy andperma-
nent. Try it.
Plice $lper bottle. or6 bot.lesfor $5.
Da. Easterly, corner of Third and Chestnut streets
St Louis, sole proprietor, to whom all orders must
addressep to get the genuine.
Sold by J. n. MACX &. C0, Agents, Brownville.
t5TDr. Carter's Cough Balsam
will cure Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption, Bron
chitis, Spitting of Biood, Pain in tho Side and Breast,
Pleurisy, Whooping Cough, Croup, Liver Complaint;
Palpitation of the Heart, and all diseases of the Throat,
Chest, and Lungs. Xo one should neglect a Cough or
Cold a single day. Millions die annually by neglecting
a Common Cold. Coughs and Colds lead to cokscmf-
tios, and then to an early death. Reader, have you a
a cough, cold, or any disease of the lutigt? Procure at
once that celebrated remedy, Dr. Carter's Cough
Balsam, which never fails to relieve a cough in twenty-four
honrs, and always cures the worst cases of
oolds, coughs, ans all diseases of the throat and lungs in
a few days. Price Trial bottles, 25 cents; large bot
tles, $1 per bottle, or a bottles for $5.
53-DR. EASTERLT, corner Third and Chestnut Strs,
St. Louis, Mo., sole proprietor, te whom all orders must
be addressed to get the genuine. Sold by
J. H. MAUX & Co., Agents,
Brownville, N. T.
WLv is the Demand so Great for
Because it will, In all cases, safely and effectually
cure that much dreaded scourge of tbe West chills, fe-
verand ague without fall, and incases will counteract
the poison of Malaria, of which fact thousands do testi
fy; and, unlike all other nostrums, it is only recom
mended for one class of diseases, and as a tonic it is
unsurpassed. We will offer a few evidences of its worth
by men of influence and high stan nug.
Princeton, III., Sept. 20, IS57
Dr. Maks Drcr Sir: For several years past I have
used your Ague Balsam in my daily practice, and have
closely observed its effects ia hundreds of cases, and iu
no case has it failed to produce the most nappy ciiect.
I can m'jst cheerfully recommend it as a certain specific
Icr chills, fever aud ague, and malerlous diseases.
Martha!!, Mich, Feb 11, 1S57.
Dr. Mann & Co : I have sold a large amount of your
Ague Balsam In this vicinity, and from my personal
knowledge of it, I believe it the best remedy for chills,
fever aud ague that has ever been sold in our State.
Athtabula, O, Jan 1, 1S53.
Mesr S K Man & Co Gentt: In canvassing the
Slate of Ohio and Michigan for the sale of tbe dinereu
remedies of which we have control, our attention has
been called to observe tbe great name that your ague
balsam hag gained for itself in every place where sold.
it really seems to be the people's own remedy, and its
baics more rapid than all others, itisaeatineu w su
peiccdc all other ague remedies in the market.
A ft. u.Mmx. .
Kev Tork, Feb 23, 1S5S.
Messrs Makh & Co Gentt : I have at our house in
St. Louis sold your acue balsam some three years, and
have carefully observed its effects in curing, and must
in all candor say, I do not believe its equal exists in all
the world of medicines. T mr personal knowledge it
has enred permanently every time, and I have known it
used after all other medicines had been tried in vain,
with the mist happy results. And what is more remark
able l have never known a case but what remained cured
for at least that season. I have no hesitation in recom
mencing Has a perfect triumph over chit's and fever.
S. K. MANN & CO., Proprietors, Galion,
Ohio. SolA by all Drugsrists.
O.J. WOOD Si Co., of Su Louis, Mo.,
wholesale agents for the Western St'ts.
' Sold by J. H. MAUX & CO., Druggists,
Brownville. Nebraska.
Brownville House,
Announce to the public that they have taken charge of
the new, large, and commodious brick Hotel building re
ceut;y completed in the City of Brownville, Xebraska.
Tbey have furnished it from cellar to garret with en
tire new fumui re; the rooms arc all large, well ven
tilated and finished. The table, we promise, shall at all
times coutain the best tbe country can offord. Our liq.uors
shall be as pure as are made, as we purchase ia person
from reliable manufacturers. We" dc-fcni a niorfi exten
ded notice unnecessary and conclude by assuring the pub
lic that we are determined that bo effort on our part shall
be wanting to render the Brownville House a first class
July 8, l5io3-Cra
Manufacturer! and Whalesalc Dcalersin
Ko. 87 Llain Street.
Collecting Agent,
Particular attention paid to making collections for
non-residents. Charges reasonable.
R. W. Frame, Postmaster, Pern
Wm.- E. Pardee, Probate Judge, Xeb. City
EE Parker County Clerk, BrowniUe
Lyford &. Horn, Sonora, Mo.
JOUX A. PARS.ER, late Eefister of the Land Office,
Omaha, X. T., having resigned his ofiice will hereaiter,
n connection 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, 1853. , nc31-ly
Civ. Eng., Sur. &. Draft'n. General Land Agent
General land Agents
ZtTo'brasls.a City.
ARE connected with agencies in Washington City by
which they are enabled to proeecute 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. -; ,
One the firm being a practical Engineer and Survey
or (having been for many years connected with the United
states Coast Surveys engaged on works of Internal Im
provements) we are prepared to make Surveys of Towns,
Farms, hue,., in any part of the Territory; and having
engaged the best Draftsman in the Territory, can execute
Maps, Town Piats, and drawings of all kinds (mechanical,
architectural, fee.,) to the perfect- satisfaction our cus
tomers. October 2Cd, 1S57. n51vg
Mclaughlin & eorsey,
n ' ri rs M
Main Street, BrownviIIe,N.T.,
Buy and sell Land Warrants, make out and file declar
atory statements ; make out pre-emption papers; pay
taxes, investigate titles ;
Buy and sell property on commission; furnish land
warrants for time entries, and attend to all other busi
ness connected with a geueral land agency business.
Particular attention paid to the selection of Govern
ment land and the location of laud warrants for parties
residing at a distance.
McLAUGULIX & DORSET respectfully refer to
George II. Xixou, Esq.., Register Brownville Land
Cb tries B. Smith, Esq., Eeceiver of Public Moneys'
2em.iha Land District.
Robert W. Furnas, Eq.. Editor Advertiser Brownville
Messrs. Lushbaugb & Carson, Bankers, Brownville,
Hon. W. M T. Hamilton, Hagerstown, Maryland.
Lewis R. Xewcomer Esq. Baltimore, Md
O H Barnet, Esq , Dayton. Ohio.
Hon. Fenner Furguim, Delegate in Congress from
Xebraska Terrritory, Washington. I). C.
John A. Beal, Esq., Attorney at Law, Peru, Ind.
Brownville, April 22. no43tf
County Surveyor
Xotary Public
siiw, lii era
real estate a'gehts,
Offlca on Main Street.1'
WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted to
them in the line of their pi o'ession. Will buy and sell
Land warrauts, mako time entries, attend to the selec
tion and location of Government Lands, Survey Town
sites, subdivide Lands, makeoutCity Plats.&c, &c,
Having been located in the Territory for the past year,
we are prepared to make the most choice selections for
actual settlera. Will pay taxes, investigate titles, and
render assistance in contested cases at the U. S. Land
Office. - .
Letters of inquiry promptly answered.
Hon. W C Reynolds, . . Kingston. Penn.
John J Pendleton, Esq. " Cincinnati, Ohio
Hon Galntia1 A Grow ' Washington City, D. C.
Hon Joseph G. Crane Dayton. Ohio
Ryall & Charles, Land Agents. Sioux City, Iowa.
Bosterit Hedges, Bankers
do do
Lushbangh &. Carson, Bankers
R. W. Furnas, Esq.
Brownville, X. T.
do do
D. W, C. Cleaver, Geological Engineer, Scranton, Pa.
RufusR. Edwards, Esq,. - St. Joseph Mo.
Col. John G. Fell Waverley Pa.
W. G. George, Real Estate Agent, Dayton Ohio
April 8. 1S33 v2n41-yly
Machinists, Founders and
Engine Builders,
17'ront street West of Smith,
"T 7ould moat respectfully infom theirf riends and
V V the public generally, that they are now pre
pared to execute all orders in theirline, with prompt
ness. Havins lately enlarged their shop and with
the increased facilities they now possess, they hope to
merit a continuation of the liberal patronage which
has heretofore been extended to tlietn.
Saw Mill Engines of every Description.
Constantly on han't consisting of the Sash, Circu
lar and Mulcy. Mill Gears and every description of
Jastings, wan-anted to be well madcineveryparticu
lar. They have also a Boiler Yard attached to their
establishment, which enables them to oversee all
work in that line furnished by them, and aro pre
pared to work cn as reasonable terms as any other
shop in the country.
Those in want of anything in our line, would do
well to give us a call and examine our new pattern J
Dealers in Coin,
Uncurrent Money, Exchange and Land Warrants,
Especial attention will be given to Buying and Sellin
Exchange on the principal cities of the United States,
Gold. Silver, aud uncurrent Batik Notes. A constant sup
ply of Land Warrants on hand for sale, for cash, or en
teredon time for Pie-emptors. All Warrants sold by us
guaranteedin every respect. Will tile Declaratory State
ments of intention to pre-empt, and prepare rrc-cmption
Papers at short notice. Money loaned upon best secun
ties, at western rates of interest, and investments made
in Lands or city property for distant capitalists. Collec
tions uoon all cjtiviilent pmnts win ue prompt lyaitcnu-
td to and proceeds remittod in exchange, at current rates
Hills of Exchange on England, Ireland, ana trance. ot
tained at usual rates, with cost of Exchange on the East
added. Deposits received Current account oud interest
allt-wedon special deposits.
OFFICE Main St., uear U. S. Land Oface
land, Brother & Co., Merchants, Philadelphia, Pa
McXaugb ton. Carson it Co., " " "
lliser 6c. White, " Baltimore, Md.
Young, Carson U. Bryant, " " '
Jno. Thompson Mason, Col'r of Port, " "
E. M. Punderson & Co. Merchants, "
M. M. Yeakle Is. Co. Xo. 17, Broadway, Xew York.
Wm. T. Sinithson. Esq., Banker, Washington, D. C.
J. T. Stevens, Esq., Att'y at Law,
Jno. S. Gallaher, Late 3d Aud. U. S. T
Taylor it triegh, Bankers,
McClelland. Scruggs & Co. Merchants,
Hon. Thos. G. Pratt,
Hon. J. w. Geary, Ex-Gov. Kansas,
Hon. Jas. O. Carson,
P. B. Small, Esq., Pres't S. Bank,
Col. Geo. Schley. Att'y at Law,
Charles Parsons & Co. Bankers,
Chicago, 111.
St. Louis, Mo.
Annapolis, Md.
Mercersburg, Pa.
Hagerstown, Md.
Keokuk, Iowa.
Council Bluff"
Des Moine, - "
Vinton, "
Easton, Md.
H. C. Xutt&Co.
Greene, Weare & Rice, "
Douglass & Watson, . -..
Col. Sam Hambleton, Att'y at Law,
Judge Thos. Terry,
Prof. U. Tutwiler,
Oct. 8. '57-v2-nl5-tf
Cumberland, Md.
Havana Alabama.
OFriCi-.Ujitt at, Lust oj Kmney 4- Holly' ojice,
Nebraska Citv. N. p.
Tercons who contemplate building, can be f urnifhed
with Designs, Plan. Specifications, &.c. for buildings oi
any class or variety :f style, and the erection of tbe
same superintended if dosircd. Prompt attention paid
to business frtm a-distance. 6.2 if
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a o r wmTP '
Conncil Bluffs, Iowa. J Nebraska City NT)
(Successors to Riden f- White.)
TTAYING made arrangements by which we will
JL.L receive acenrate copies of all the Townships
embraced itr the Eastern portion of Nebraska, we
arc now prepurca 10 oirer our service? to the
" Squatters cf jYcbraska Territory.11
In Pilling Declaratory Statements of Inten
tion to irre-erapt. Securing Pre-cfcp-tiors.
Tjocntin? Lnd Warrants-
Land Warrants Ronght and Sold.
Particular attention paid to Buying and Selling
Property on commission: Also, to making Collections
and forwarding remittances to any part cf the Union.
Iilanks of all kinds alcnys on hand.
, E,eal Xotice.
trm-am 5 TT-n Pl'tT jemabacointy District conrt.
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Abel Line, Defendant. ln
To Atel Line, the above named defendant, yon are
hereby notified that the above named Plaintiff, Willi
am S. Hall; has filed on the nineteenth day of October,
Jbod, in tiie clhce cr the Ciers cr me Aeinaha county
Di?trict Court, or the Second Judicial District, Xebras
ka Territory, his petition, wherein he claims of you,
Abel Line, the abole named defendant, the sum of four
teen.bundred and eighty one and twenty-eight hundredth
dollars, with interest cn the same, at the rate of ten
per cent per annum from the first day of September, A.
D. 1S53, upon a certain promissory note, made by you,
upon the nineteenth day of Xovember, 1837, whereby you
promised to pay to the said William S. Hall or order, on
or before the first day of September nest after the giv
ing tbe said note, the sum of twenty-five hundred and
ftrty dollars, for valne received, the said note payable in
lumber, at twenty dollars per thousand, except leather
edged sheeting, at one fifty hundredth dollars per bun
dred, which said petition also avers that you, the saio
Abel Line, are a non-resident of the Territory of Xebraa
ka, and that he verily believes that you are In some
manner about to dispose of or remove your hroperty out
of the Territory of Nebraska without leaving sufficient
remaining for tho payment of your debts which Is Tori
Ced to under oath by tbe plaintiff; and, whereas, t n
the said case a writ of attachment and garnishmen
has issued against you the ;a:d Abel Line, returnable
to the nextXovember term of the said court, to be held at
the city of Brownville, Xemaha county, Xebraska Terri
rory, on the sixteenth day or Xovember, A. D: " 1868.
which said writ of attachment also summons be
and appear on or before the second day of said term ar.d
answer to the said petition of the plaintiff, as aforesaid,
and whereas, by the said writ of attachment, the follow
ing described property, belonging to you has been attach,
ed, lo-wit: the steam-sawmill now being and situated In
the south-cast quarter of the northeast quarter of sec
tion no twenty-five (25). in townsnip no six (6) north" of
range fifteen east of the sixth principal meridian, Ne
braska Territory, situated In Xemaha county aforesaid,
and whereas, by the said writ of attachment one Frank
Wirth was attached therein as garnishee of you, tbe de
fendant, and whereas tbe said writof attachment and tbe
summons therein contained as to you the defendant,
Abel Line, has been returned "not tound," now, there
fore, this is to further notify you thedefendant Abel Line
of the issuing of the said attachment and the said sum
mons, and that the aforesaid property has been attached
as aforeiaid, and of tbe garnishment of the said Frank
Wirth, and that the said writ or attachment and the
summons therein contained to you as aforesaid, is re
turned "not found," and that nnlcss you be and appear on
or before the second day of the next term of the said
Xemaha county District Court, to be held as aforesaid,
and plead to the said petition, of the plaintiff, judge
ment will be rendered against you, fordefault thereon,
and the plaintiff be allowed to recover the sum which he
claims in the said pcUtion of you.
U. C. J0HXS jS,
" Attoruey for Plff.
It is hereby ordered that the said Xotice be published
for four successive weeks in the Xebraska Advertiser at
the law provides.
By Charles G. Dorset, Deputy,
October 21. 1S5S.'-.
Snrvftvor nnfl lifnul Anrpnt
"Will attend promptly to tbe 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. He will locate warrants on time for
distant dealers; file declaratory statetements of in
tention to pre-empt ; make out pre-emption papers;
and always on hand to look out claims for actual set
tlers. , -REFER TO .
W.W. Sanger, M. D., New York City,,
Rewal i. Withington, Boston, Mass.
Rev. T. W. Howe, " Pataskala Ohio,
Col. W. E. Atkinson.
George H.Nixm, Register Land Office. Brownville,
Lushbaugb. & Carson, Bankers, Brownville, N. T.
Honey Creek HUls.
The undersigned respectfully announce that they are
prepared to till all orders in their line promptly at their
mills four miles northwest of Brownville, near the
mouth of Honey creek. They have on hand tbe largest
ind best assortment of lumber, shingles and lathe ever
ffered in the county or Territory, consisting of
40 ooc feet seasoned siding; - -
40'CCO " cotton-wood flooring;
20 000 ' sycamore "
10,000 " oak and ash -
5,0Ct cotton-wood, soft maple, lynn and
walnut finishing lumber;
tt.?C$ fencing;
C0,CC9 juists; sills, studding and scantling of al
most every size both hard and soft wood;
20,000 " rough and square edged shcathings; also
200,000 superior sawed shingles, oak, walnut and cotton
wood; also
150,000 lath, a superior article, of uniform length,
thickness and width .... ,
Their mills are under the charge of experienced and
ctcnt men, and the undersigned flatter themselves
hat the quality of their lumber will compare favorably
Fith any other made In the Territory, all of which will
e sold to suit tbe times.
Honey creek Mills, May 20 '53 48tf
Tailoring! Tailorinsr!! Tailoring!!!
Merchant Tailor,
Atlnntic street. We;t of Hoblitzell's Store.
HxVVIMi 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 inv bench.
Worlt Warranted Xo Fit Xo Pay!
Tarticular attention paid to cutting garments and
layiug off work forth Seamstress. The greatest
portion of my life has been devoted to my trade, in
which I consider myself inferior to none especially
in the cutting department, and 1 hope by close atten
tion to my business to merit share of public
patronage. -
JBrownville April 15th, 185.
ThenndersigneJ begs leave to inform the citizens of
this place and vicinity that he has started a new Paint
Slup in Brownville, and will attend to all work in the
Painting Department, that he may be favored witlu
Imitator of all Kinds of
Instructions given ic the
Oa reasonable terms.
Carriages painted neatiy and with dispatch.
Having had a number of years' pratical experience in
aoiue of the largest K istern cities, ne cnauenes com
petition west of the Mississippi, and feels confident that
he can give perfect satisfaction to all that may favor him
uith their patronage. Call and see for youseives, thai
'This bhow can perform all it advertises.'
Brownville. Sept. 16 ISo?-6m
Respectfully announces to the gentlemen of Brown
ville and vicinity that he has just received from the
East a large stock cf very superior goods and latest
styles. ......
Cloths, Vestings, &c,
Which he will manufacture on very favorable terms.
He flatters himself that he understands his business
thoroughly and all work warranted coming from his es
tablishment, and charges as low as any other competitor
in this place or the West.
A Xcat Fit Guaranteed.
mr.i 3 a. i3
O) ST" 1H1
BroiTmllle, XebrasJia.
ANNOUNCES to the public that he Las just re
ceived, per Steamer Ryland, a very large and
well assorted stock cf Parlor and Cook Stoves, of
new and improved patterns. as follows:
-.Uuck's Pattern,
Plymouth Rock,
Elevated Oven.KewEi .
olden Era. and every variety o
Parlor and Office Stores.
Japancd TTarc, Rrass Kettles,
Eant herns, Copper ITai e. &h o
tcIs and Tonss.
All cf which I Ttlodse myself to sell at as fair rates
and on as accommodating terms as any other estab
lishment in this region' of country.
I have also now on hand every requisite variety
of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron vf are, and am prepared
to put up gutteringand spouling and all other work
in my line, at short notice, and in a worknlanlike
manner, which I warrantto give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undersold in tho upper
Prowavillc Sep-cniber 2, lrCS. I!My
Len;al Notice.
Char! C3 F. Holly Nemaha county district courtof
V3 ntezj juuiciai aisinci jco. x
llooro & Erownlee) Toioreinber Term a dI358.
ToThoiflns Mooru and v YV Jloora partner in
trade with George Erownlee by the above rui
name of Moore andBrownlee. -.
You are hereby notified that there is cow on file
in the Clerk's oSce of the Nemaha county district
court of the second judicial dUtrict Nebraska Ter
ritory the petition of the above tlaiutiSf Charles F.
Holly, wherein ho claims of you by the firm name of
Moore & Hrownlee the sum of five hundred dollars
with intereEt on the same at the rate of ten percent
per itnnm from the 4th day of April A T IS33, upon a
certain promissory note made by you by the firm
name of Moore & Brownlee, cn to wit the 4th day
of April A D 1857, and payable 12 months afterdate
and given to one II C Carpenter payable to him or
crder, which promissory cote has been endorsed by
him the said II C Carpenter cn to wit the 10th day
day of May a D 1857, whereby tho said II C Car
penter ordered tho said sum of money thereby spe
piSed to be paid to him the plaintiff. And you
Thomns Moore and WW Moore are herein notified
of tho issuing of a writ of attachment and summons
in this case and you the said W W Moore are hereby
notified that by virtue of the said writ of attachment
tha following property belonging to you has been
attached, to wit , Tho south-west quarter of section
No twenty (20) townahipNo four (4) rango No fif
teen (15) east of the sixth principal meridian in
Nemaha county Nebraska Territory and, also lot No
four m block o eighty-six in Nemaha City in the
said county of Xemaha as appears by the recorded
plat of tbe said daco. And vou the said Thomas
Moore and' W W Jlooro aro notified that tho sum
mons issued in this case against you has been retur
ned as to you "not found." Now therefore unless
you the said Thomas Moore and W V Moore appear
atthn Neraaha coonty district Court of the Second
Judicial district Nebraska T rritory on or before
the morning of tho second day of the said term of
the aid court to be begun and held in tho city of
lirownvillo in said Nemaha county ou tbe sixteenth
day f November A D1858 and plead to tho said pe
t tion judgment will be rendered against you by de
fault for the sum claimed by the plaintiff of you U3
aforesaid with costs of suit.
U C. JOHNSON, Att'y for Pl'ff.
It is hereby ordered that the above notice be pub
lished in the Nebraska Advertiser for four successive
weeks as is provided by law.
A. W. PENTLAND. Clerk,.
By CHAS. G. DOESEY, deputy
October 2Tst, '53 nU
Stephen F. Xuckolla Plaintiff Second Judicial District
vs. 1 Court of Xebraska Ter-
The Xemaha Valley Bank, & Rritory, to Xovember I
Thomas Ia. Mackoy peren-1 Term, A. D. lbott, lor
dants. j Xenraha County.
Whereas, In the above entitcff causes the summons
and writof attachment therein issued, have been re
turned not found as to said deTenlants. The said defen
dants, Thomas L. Mackoy and the Xemaha Valley Bank
are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office
of the elrerfc of tbedictrict court for Xemaha county, Xe
braska Territory, the petition of tbe said plaintiff,
Stephen F. Xuckolls claiming of said defendants the
sum of three hundred and eighteen dollars, t.pon 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, atso-hrs Interest in
the ground occupied by said building, and in a pattent
sate therein being, to be attached in said cause. The
said defendants are further notified that unless they be
and appear at tbe next term of said district court afore
said, aud on or before the morning of the second day
thereof, to be begun and held at Biownville, in said
County, on the sixteenth day of Xovember, A. D. 1858,
snrtl 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'ff.
It Is herrty ordered that the foregoing notice be pub-
lished in the Xebraska Advertiser, as the law In such
cases. AsDREW W. PEXTLAXD, Clerk, by
Louis S.Nickeson pT'ff To Nov. Term A. D. 1853
vs of District Court for Ne-
William Hencher, Def. J niabi' rounty, Neb. Terr.
The said defendant William Ileucber is hereby
notified that thero is now on tie jnthe office of the
Clerk of the District Court for the Second Judicial
District of Nebraska Terri tory, at Brownville, in the
county of Nemaha and Territory aforesaid, the pe
tition of the above plaintiff Loots S. Nickeson,
claiming of said defendant the sum of five hundred
dollars together with interest on that sum at tbe
rate cf ten per cent per annum from the second day
of September A. D. 1858 as money due and unpaid
upon a promissory note executed by said neucher
to said plaintiff. And that unless said Hencher ap
pear at tho next term of said Court, to be begun
and held at Brownville aforesaid for said county
aforesaid on the sixteenth day of November A. Bs
1858, and on or before the second day of said term,
and plead to said petition, judgment by default will
be had against him for said claim and costs. Defen
dant Hencher is further notified that summons in
said cause was heretofore on to wit the thirteenth
day of October A. D. 1858, issued against him and
that tbe same has been returned "not found as to
hint the said Hencher. -
D.L. McGARY, Att'y for Pl'tff. :
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 CflAS. G. Dorset, Dop.
October 14. '58 nIB
Legal Notice.
Wilson Bro. & Co- t'l'ffs To Nov. Term A. D. 1858
vs fof District Court for He-
John It. Davis. Defend'! ) niaba County, Neb: Terr'y
The said defendant John B. Davis is hereby noti
fied that on this fourteenth day of October, A. D.
1853, the said laintiffs, Wilson, Bro. & Co., have
filed into the ofiice Of the Clerk of the Second Judi
cial District Court of Nebraska Territory, at Brown
ville in Nemaha county in snid Territory, their pe
tition claiming of said defendant tbe sum of eight
hundred and sixty-seven dollars and forty-six cents
upon four promissory notes, which notes are more
partieulirly described in said petition, and for that
defendant was and is a Hon-rvidentot the Territory
of Nebraska, a writ of attachment and garnishment
against tbe property and effects i f defendant togeth
er with a summons was sued out in said cause re
turnable to the November term, A. D. 1858, cf said
Court for Nemaha county aforesaid: and the firm of
Lushbaugb k Carson and John L. Carson iiidjvidu-
a'ly were attached therein as garnishees of defen
dant. And whereas the attachment 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 Court, to be begun and held at Brown
ville aforesaid on the sixteenth day of November,
A. V. loon, ana on or before the morning of the
second day thereof and plead to
ment by detault will bo had
amount claimed a? aforesaid w
D. L. MeGAKY. Atfr f r Pl'ffj.
Ordered that the foregoing notice bo published ia
the Nebraska Advertiser as the law in such cases
A. W. Pentlakt, Clerk.
By CHAS. G. DOItSEY.dep'y.
October 14, '53 n!6
Legal Notice.
nP Bennett 4 Co
Nemaha county district Court
of tho Second Judicial district.
William Rose and -Ncbra.ka Territory.
William Rotton J To Nov uiber term A D 1853.
To William Rose and William Rotton, the above
named defendants.
You are hereby notified that from the office of the
clerk of the Nemaha district Court cf the Second
Judicial district of Nebraska Territory, there has
cn the l'Jth day of October A t 1853, fcsucd from tbe
said Nemaha county district Court a writ of sum
mons against yon, returnable to the November term
cf said Court, to be begun and held at the city. of
Brownville in said Nemaha county on the sixteenth
day cf November a d 1858, and notifying you that
there would be n or b fore tho first day of Novem
ber a D 1858 on file in the office of the clerk cf the
a:.i,i Xon.aha ronntv HistrJnt P.,.,rt the
; ' :u - ' C r : Tv.J w
the above named plaintiffs, wherein they claim of
you the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars with
interest on the same at the rate of five per cent pcr
month from the first day cf Apr.l A D 1853 upon a
certain promissory note made by you on to wit tho
first day of October A D 1857, whereby you promise
to pay unto the oner cf Julian Metcalf six months
after the date thereof the sum cf two hundred and
fifty dollars with interest on the same at the rate cf
five per cent pcr month from tbe maturity cf the
said note, the raid note being given for value rec
eived, which said noto has been endorsed by the
said Julian Metcalf and made payable unto tho
above named plaintiffs.
And whereas the said summons above mentioned
bas been returned by the sheriff of the said Nemaha
county as toyou the said William Rose and William
Rotton "not found,"
Now therefore, this is to notify you the said Wil
liam Rose and William liotton that unless you ap
pear on cr before the second day of the said Novem
ber term of the said Court to bo held as aferosaid
and answer to said petition ef the plaintiffs, judg
ment will be rendered againt you in the said suit
for default and the plaintiffs will have judgment for
tho sum in said petition demanded.
L. C. JOHNSON, Att'y for Pl'ffs.
It is hereby ordered that the abovj notice be pub
lished for four successive weeks ia the Nebraska Ad
vetiser as is required by law
n , By CHAS. G. DORSEY, Deputy.
Pctober21,'5S nl7
I have for sale a number of beaut Hull? located lots in
the City of Krownville. which 1 ain authorial to sell at
bargains for cash. New comers will d well to call on
me befo;e making i urchases. - R. W. 1TR?AS,
Brownville, March 25, 'S3. Real Estate Agent .
Lege! Notice, . .
Wlih'ani Ferguson and 1 ' Neraaha County district
K. A.Ferguii.a . ! Court cf the Second Judicial
T3 - fdistriet Ntlraska Territory.
Thc.. V. Hay wocd j To Noveu.ler Tcrzn a D 1S53
To 'ho?.P. H.tywuc'd, tho turned defendant."
. This u to EotifyycirthatTsh-.T-.v? a writ cf sum
mons has ii-ucd a.iinst ju "from the Nemaha
foutty district court cf the Socond Judicial district
Nebraska Territory on V. wit the t!i 10th d.iy of Oc
tober, A 1) IS53, returiK-il'.b to tha November erm
of said Court, to be held in tho city cf Ercwnvillo
in sftid Nemaha county on'thc sixteenth day cf Nov
ember A D lSjSummonsi'-g ycu to answer on or be
fore tho second day of said terra tho petition of tho
above named plaintiffs Wi'liaia Terguson and It. A".
Ferguson, to be on Clo in the cf tho clork of
the snid Nemaha county district c;urt cn or .before
the firrt day of November A D 13: il. wherein the said
plalntiSi claim of you tho sum of tvo hundred and
ten d'ellars and eighty cenU with interest cfi the
same at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the
5th day cf June ad 13j3 upon a certain prcnnscry
note mada by you unto them on t wit the uay ana
vear last aforesaid forthesum of two hundred ar.d
ten dollars and eighty cent, ayahlo sixty days af
ter date with intereot on tho saraa at the rateot ten
per cent per annum, it beiog given for value r;ceived.
And whereas the jaid summons has been returned
by tho sherij of the said county 'not found' as toyou
the said Tho?. 1 ILiywocd.
Now therefore, you are hereby notified that unless
vou appear at the next NovemWr term of the said
yemab county district court to ho held as aforesaid
,n(i answe. on or before the second dn of the said
term the said petition of the plaintiffs, that then
judgment will bo rendered against you on the said
petition per default and the plaintiffs recover cf
. , , j . 1 i '
you lae sum aemauuea in in una pt-iuion. .. .
U. C. JOIINSON.Atfy for Pl'ffs.
! It is hereby ordered that the above notice be pub
lished iu the Nebraska Advortiscr for four successive
weeks as 13 provided by law.
A. W. PEXTLAXD. Clerk.
EyCnAS. G. DORSET, deputy.
October 21sU "3 n!7
. ' m a t a . a m v
Has resumed his professional business, and will prac
tice in all the Courts of Xebraska, and the Courts in
Atchinson countv. Mo.
Office one door west of I'. T. Whyte's Store, Brownville
, Brownville. April 22, 1S5S. n43 ly
Brownville Steam Ferry !
ySipFty AJ L.0 1 VIlUOOLU
The Boute from Brownville to Ft. Kearney,
ana ii-om taenca to uaiiiornia, 13 tea
nearest and most practicable.
ANNOUNCE to the Traveling Public that they are
now running as a Ferry across the Missouri aiver at
An entirely veto, tubttantUil end commodiout
Which arrangement Will secure a certain and
safe passage a"t; all. times and in all kinds cf
weather. Tho Proprietors do not assert boastingly,
or for he purpose cf g imng custom merely, but are
governed by facts, when they say this is the best
crossing of the Missouri, ILivcr in Nebraska, and
when they say the route from Brownville to Fort
Kearney and from thence to California i3 tho nearest
for evidence they refer the reader to the map of the
Country; and are warranted in saying it is the most
practicable route by personal experience, as well as
that of hundreds cf others who have traveled it.
We claim therefor that this crossing and route holds
out , peculiarly favorable inducements, to persons
going to Laluornia, and solicit their patronage. rot
withstanding our superior arrangements for a safe
andspecdycrossing, our charges are the same as other
remesin rebraslia, all bciug regulated by Legists
tive enactment. '
S?"Reco!'cct that with our facilities of Power,
no kinds of weather will prevent our Boats from
making regular trips at all hours.
tS.f"A sliiifand hani will bo In readiness tocro3
foot passengers at til times of night.
n20 November llth,lS57. .
N. B. We would rospcctfully inform tho citi
lens of Nemaha county and adjoining Missouri, that
we have always on hand a larire aud well selected
I supply of LU31DEtt, which we can furnish at low
er rates than any mill in the lemtory.
Market prices paid for log; delivered at the yard
or on the bankol the river.
All orders accompanied with the cash, will receiv
our immediate attention.
Lumber I 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, furniture, and for build
ing purposes, ttc, such 113 Hickory, Oak, Ash, Black
Walnut, Sycamore, Linn and Cottonwood, which we
have constantly on hand,or wilt prepare at short no
tice, at tha lowest market prices , bills sawed to or
der, for steamboats. Will caw logs cn tbe share,
or by the hundred. Mills for lumber can be left at
our office, in Brownville. We will also furnish lum
ber saw upon the shares, cr by the hundred at our
mill at Table Rock. 110 AD LEY & MCIRe
Brownville, Arril 1.
WM: R'OSSfcLL, .
Announces to the public that be is prepared to accom
modate those wishing with Can ijges and Buggies; to
gether with good safe horses, for comfort and ease In tra
veiling. He will also board horses by tig day, week or
month. ... . .
June 10, '68. M:f
w. n. HOOVER.
I Brownville.
Nemaha City.
Brownville and Nemaha City,
WILL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Paying
taxas, Drawing money, buying and sellinz
Real Esta.e, buying and sellinz. on Commission.
jiiiKirrg Collections tor distant dealers, and all kinds
cf business pertaining to their prolession.
rarticularatteutoin will be given in iihng declara
tory statements to pre-empt and procuring War
ranty Deeds from tho Town authorities. . . .
Persons owning town lots, residing at a distance
wishing to procure Warranty Deeds will do well to
place the agency incur hands, (alw a 7 i presenting
their Quitclaim Deeds for said Lot "within tbe ex
piratlorrof six months, as after that time all lots not
Deeded will be sold.
Blanks always on hand.
N. B. Letters of inquiry answered promptly.
March 23, '57. r 4ii
A -NNOLNCh to, the public,, that ho is prepared
Ul to erect Stean and Water Saw and Merchant
Mjlls at short notice and reasonable terms. Repair
ing of machinery f alf in.'s.
He is also Agent for
YI estern Foundry.
Saw Hanufactory,
cnicnruATi, o. '
And are prepa red to receive and 11 orders for any ma-
cninery manuiaciurea cr kept on hand, by these e3
Letters cf enquiry, promptly answered
Noel. Iako & Co., BrownviUc, N. T. Steam Mili.
K. W.Furnas, Erownville,' "
Muir, Ilann & Co., 44 u u
Dr. Hoover, Ncrcahacity,
P. M. Rozers, Pawnee city, "
Nuckolls &. White, RockiH,rt, Mo.
Jamos Lowe, Liiulen, '
A. B. Unlliberd, Cincinnati, 0.
Bniwnvtlle. June 13. 1S57.
v2 1-ly
The undersigned havin had considerable experience
m planting and cultivation Osage Orange nedges.a i-e-by
inform the public that they are now prepared . i
tract cither planting, settini; them ont, or growir.; cj
cultivating the feiife complete. Growing he I;
ineir planting can te seen on tbe farms of S. w
neuy, G. Crov, T. kcea and others ia this: lit
D. C. tt. T. X vrs 1
Sept.2", I0tf
ri ------
nrovrnvinc, r.cmcn Co., TI. T.,
Wilfselect GJirer-Laeat Lansla; locale Lard TTa.-rix.'J
ia NebracLa, Eaasaa, Y.'citcra illjuri lii
Iowa; coU;ct d.ltj; pay Ur;s f;r a;c
rcsiden'j; lay and sail prejert7 ca
Land Warrants BcushtTacd Sold. '
Pre-emption papers prepared,
irr 11 a rr ror. sale lots ;.v the crrm a
TABLE roc::.
ST. JOSEPH,' 110.
Lands tear Table Rock, P
Wilis cc-'nty..
Ia Nemaha county, Improved property fcrsiljcr rant.
Lucius nopkin3,Prs't Importers Jt Tndcrs'Cich ir.T.
David lload'ey Prs't i'acima J'ailraJ,
Uen.C. T. Hillyef.-Charter Oak Bank, L'artf;rJr
Lee, Butler & Co. .......... .. llirtford, Ccaj,"
Collins, Kellogg .fKirbry. it. Louis, 11a.,
lDotnas w.i'helps ..lot:.?, Ala.,
C.Wilson Co. .... ...aUw, AU.
Wm.'P. Webb, At'y .
M. ii. Usborn a Co., Keel: Lkal II!-
Ja's n.Archibald, Geal AjID.I-.iW.'LIt. icractoa
Gillespie, Pearco A Co., Bankers .. .. Carbcniaie, j'a.
Rev. T. 3. Ward
. .. .. .. .
La thorp & Jones
B.C. Morse
.Red Falls ii. Y
William Frathlnzjiara, Att'y
.Albany,:;. Y.
ftev. 14
R. Nelson, Principal Wyomin? Seainarr. N.Y.
J. A.Parker .f- Co., Washington, lK C.
A. T, Gilmer, Receiver Land 021ce OxaH
Horace Lverett, Council EIuiTsU.
Brownville, April 1, 1 353.
McAllister & ponn,
navlng establish'ei themselves at tie old stand rccaal.
ly occupied by
john Mcpherson,
They are now offering and receivinx for sale on cf lit '
.0? -
Ever Brougnt m this Territory
They have an extensive and varJcd assortsicut t(
A LaTge Stock of Choice Family ..J :
Ham, . .
Salt, t , . .. . . . . . -
Cheess, .. . -: j
etc., etc.,1
, And a fi'rio a'ssortrhent cf
Such as
reppers, . .
Soda, , .
Ginger, '
etc., etc.
They have also oa harid a larrc lot cf
ALS0, . ,
A veil selected Stock of
Booto and Shoes
Baxsiso nocsE or Lushbauch & Caisos )
Brannvillt, February l, isi3. I "
On and after this date, depositors account! will be
opened for specie, currency and scrip payable la same
kind of funds, Chicks must be marked accordingly.
Office hours fiora 9 to 12 a M and 1 to 3 P M.
I p Q (v)
I have for sale CO.CCO Apple Trees .! the choicest va
rieties, grown in this (Xemaha County, X. T ) Tacy ara
of oneyear'a growth from the graft. I au cocipelicd
to remove theni ttU fall from the gTou-d tiey n.w oc
cupy is my reason for offering them fcr sale ttu eacc.
The pnee, however, and the fact of their being growu ia
this soil and climate is a very stress inducement fcr
persons resident in tbe Territory purchasing oi mo.
Orders ientin, will be nlcd. and filled fa order whea
the season arrive for taking them up.
The following ia a li.t cf the principal er leidinj aiw
sortments :
Yellow Bel'fJeur,
White Winter,
Autumn Swar,
Rhode Island GraJr.lnj,
Red Rumanite,
Willow Twig,
Srrnw Apple,
Harvest Red Slock',
Fall Janitan,
Roman Stem,
Xortbem Spy,
Johnson's Sweeting,
Fill StrawSJrry,
Sweet Jane,
Trenton Early,
Early Harvest,
Jaiutaa. .
Golden P.ussett,
Golden Sweet,
Summer Qeen,
Fail Pippin, &.C.. A.c.
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Brownville, Nebraska. -August 6, ISS3.
75,000 IDs. Bacon.
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