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J.T.W tnz nrru.ariv e;icces:-jl remecy for the
-.ire rftll Iilio"n ui.-ea-cs Co?tivencss, InCa
rtstion. Jaucdi'"', hranr Iiheumlism, Fever
Ooat, llumrs, Nervousness, Irri w.liiiity, Infiamm
ticiBR, Headache, Tains in tne Breast, Side, Back,
and I.i'iibs, Female Corrr.i'its, &c &C Indeed,
try few are the diea.ei in whirh a Purgative Medi
eii.e is not more or less required, and much sick
. ncsi and u Serine miwU.t be prevented, if a harm
lst but e:Trclual Calhartic were more freely used.
J person can feel well while a. costive habit of
body prcvti'is ; besides, it soon eenerates serious and
often fatal diseases, w'.iich might aave been avoided
by the timely and judicious use of a good purgative.
This is alike true tf Colds Feverish svmptoms, and
Ei!ifMis deraneemeLts. They all tend to become or
prolu'-e the deep Fcaled and formidable distempers
which load the Lrarses all over the latd. Hence a
t tliahle family phytic is of the f.rst importance to
the pu'.lis health, and this Fill has leen perfected
Kith consummate tkill to meet that demand. An
'extensive trikl of its virtues by Fhy&icians, Frofes-
orr, and lVtlente, has shown results surpassing
any tiling LiUicrta known of any medicine. Lures
have been elected beyond belief, were they not sub
stantiated by persons cf such exalted position and
' character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
AtuoRg the many eminent gentlemen who have
testied in favor of these Fills, we may mention :
'Prof. J. M. Locex, Analytical Chemist, of Cin
cinnati, w hose high professional character is cn
, iorsed by
Johx3.IcLea.t, Judge of the Supreme Court of
the United States.
Tuos. Cr.wix, Secretary of the Treasury.
Hon. J. M. Weight, Governor of Indiana.
.X. Loxowokth, treat wine CTOwer of the West.
Also, DR. J. 1L ('MILTOV, Practical Chemist, of
.Sew .York City, endorsed by
. II os. V. L. Marct, Secretary of State.
Wjl C Astor, the richest man in America.
" S. LrLAXD Sc Co., I'ropr'a of the Metropolitan
. Hotel, and aacry ethers.
: Did space p:rrn;t, we could give manv hundred
' certificates, torn eA parts whsre the Fills have
keen used, but cvidciue even more convincing than
the experience of eminent puYuC men is found in
their effect upon trial.
Thee Pills, the result of long investigation and
stair", ara cire'd to the public as the best and
escsi complete which the present 6tate of medical
science can afford. They are compounded not of
the dntrs themselves, but of the medicinal virtues
oriy A egctahlc remeuics, extracted by chemical
process in a state of parity, ard combined together
in such a manner ts to insure th'5 best results. This
si-stern of composition for moi ir.es has been found
in the Cherry rcctral and Piili both, to produce a
mere efficient remedy thr.n had hitherto been ob
tained Iv nr.v process. The reason is perfectly ob-
" Tior..- Vhi!c by the old mode cf composition, every
medicine is burdened with more cr less of acri-
monious and iniurious ouallties, by this each indi-
Tidual virtue only that is desired f-jr the curative
effect is presrr.t. All the inert pnd obnoxious real
ities of each substance explored are lc ft behind, the
curative virtues only being retained. Hence it is
"self-evident the elects should prove, as they have
rroved, more purely remedial, t.iJ the Fills a surer,
more powerful antidote to disease than any other
toeuic:r.e known to the world.
' As it is frequent y expedient that my medicine
' should be takeii under the counsel of an attending
' Physician, and as he could not properly judge of a
temedy without knowir-g its composition, 1 have
wip plied the f.rrurate Formula; by which both my
' Pectoral and Pills re made to the whole body of
Practitioners in the United States and British Amer
ican Provinces. If, however, there should be any
one who has ret received them, they will be
' promptly forwarded l y mail to his request.
Of all the Patent T.feclicines that ere offered, how
f;w ould be Uken if their composition was known !
Their .life -consists in their mystery. I have no
The composition of rr.y prcprra lions is hud open
. to all men, and all who are competent to judge on
the subject freely acknov ledge their convictions of
their intrinsic merits. The" Cherry Pectoral was
' pronounced by scientific men to be a wonderful
medicine before its etTects were known. Many em
inent Physician; Lave declared the same thing of
iv Pillsand even more confidently, and are will-
the stomach, Lowe's, liir, end other orpns of the
bodv. restorine the ir irrornlar action to health, and
by correcting wlicrcvtr they exit, such dcrange
inertt as are the f.rst origin of disea-e.
Ueinii sug?.r-wrarpel, they are plensant to take,
And bcic? purely vegetable, to harm can arise from
their use in ar.r quantity.
For minute directions, see wra pper on the Eox.
I'lii I'ARLD BY
DPi. JAMES C. AYER,
Practical nud Analytical Chemist,
Pric 25 CcnH par I ox. rive Eoxei for SL
J. IT. 3IAO & CO.,
. Brownville, . T
capital fetock j$30,ooo.
KrBKASKV CITT, X. T.
fPIIIS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
1 fu'.ly organised, aud their entire capital stock of
J'ifty rioK'asrf Dollars, paid in andsecured. They
are prrparrd, from this date, to grant ojen policies,
and Like rik", upon equal terms, with the most
favored In-urance Company any where. Having
adpted the mutual principle, its patron?, without
incurring any liability, will sharo in the profits of
The operations of the Company, will be confined,
for the present, to marine, or cargo risks, with a
. maximum liability of 12,500 on any one bottom.
Being the only Insurance Office, on theabove pop
ular plan, "West of the Missouri, it confidently ex
pect a generous support rom Western Merchants.
We respectfully invite tho Missouri Liver pa
S.F.Xuekoll!, Chas. F.IIolly,
II. I. Lennet, J. L. Armstrong,
. W. X. Jiinchman, ililes W.Brown,
A. A. Bradford.
. St.Lonis Agent Col. W.F. Howard.
April Sd. 137. 421-
Patent Portable Mill,
THE subscribers Lave entered into a partnership
under the firm of Reed, llolabird A Co., to
manufacture the J. C. Reed, Patent l'ortable Grist
Mill and are now prepared to fnrnish all those in
want of a Tod Corn or Wheat Mill that for dura
bility, simplicty and economy ; excel any Mill in the
world. On tho late exhibition of the Mechanics
institute in Cincinnati, a Guli 21.dal was awarded
' tb Cm for it.
It is adapted to all Grain grinding purposes; it is
. rureriorto all others forthemostextensive Merchant
Mil!, as it is for grinding tie Farmers feed by Horse
lheabov Mills are manufactured by the under
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, 0., where they
eon bciurnished in anyquantity atsnort notice.
The bove Mills warranted to perform as follows:
58 in. diam., per hour 60 B. Corn, 2 Wheat, ?300
'. SO " " " 44 SO " 15 " 250
51 u. 20 " 13 " 200
20 " " 15 M 8 u 150
As this Mill tells its own tory,it is unnecessary to
quotefrom our numerousrecommendations.reeeived.
; DO WD ALL, MARKHAM,8cCO.,
r.nlnc and 31achlnc shop,
Or SKCOsiD AND MOIOAI STKEKTS,
' ST. LOUIS, Mo.
3tinnfcturers of StenmKns'nes and Boilers, Sawand
Orlt Will Machinery, Sin?: and Double Circular Saw
Kills, Tvlac'o St rew and Tresses Lard Kettles, Lard
Scre :il Cylinders, Vool Cardiiif: Machines Buiidinz
Catr,e. Tonus' Improved Patent Smut Mills, &c.
J3"A GENTS f.r the saleot Jiues SniitU & Co-.'sSu-pn-T
Machine Card. "2n-l y
OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
. JULNTKACTrKEES AND WHOLESALE CKALEK3 IS
Boots Shoes &. Brogans,
XO. RT -VMS STREET, SAIXT LOUIS, 210
' A RE 0W IN RECEIl'T of acompleteassortment
of pooii from their own and other xnanufac
torestdopted e?peciaHy to the Western trade.
rurthaser are invited to examine their stock
manufactured and selected with great care and
Van-anted of superior quality. Orders will receive
rompt and careful attention.
ISHATJ RE AVIS,
REAL ESTATE AG EXT,
"TeV; City, liicardaoa County, Nebraska,
V .11 fit rou;j-l attenU n to all proiesbioual bnsi-i.ir-,.M
to ti ear in BichanUoa and aticin&
rounut-s alM l ttf drawing o deeds, pr-emption pa
lr, Ilc, Uty 13, '59 B-a
Inr to ceiufv that lueir anucipauons were more
iVt, Tr-.7A V v fi;r r ;Ti cts uncn trial. harsh and dry.
M l t - l T.-,.vf,,l ;flirmrn rm tti natlirC Will
. . e.. .i.-t .i ; V ood' Hair
inurnai victra 10 puiii mc wiwuu ujuuiib wect will
i i t U-i 1 1 1 , Linn Itliiviv . I
ST. LOUIS AD'S
New Spring Goods,
BROWN & CO.,
To. T8. Main Street Saint Louis,
Invite Merchants visiting St. Louis to tiicir Immense j
stock of Xew SrciL-g Goods,
IMPORTATION OF 1853,
Black Gro de Rhine Silk; El act and Colored Satins;
Printed Jaconets; Ciiailie; Pubages; White Goods;
Embroideries, Lace Guc&s; Gloves; Hosiery; Lace
Brown & Co., bare ready for exhibition the latest
European and American styles of hoops and hoop skirts j
French Skirt reeds; ribbons of all styles, silk cravats,
dress trimtr.iogs; brushes, combs buttons, together with
five cases Parasols, of the latest and most fashionable
Cash buyers, close purchasers, and prompt men, vis
iting this market, areiuvited to examine our stock and
EROWK, & CO., 73 Main Street Saint Louis.
April 15, 1S63 no 42.
HAYDEN & WILSON.
Importert and Manvfactvrer$ of
S 23 23 Hi IE2
Carriage Trimmings, Saddle Trees,
Hames, Springs and Axles,
Patent and Enameled Leather,
No. 11, Main Street. St. Louis, Mo.,
Are prepared to offer to their customers and the trade
an assortment of articles unsurpassed, in quality and
cheapness, by any House in their line. East or West.
UPRIGHT STEAM SA1V MIEE.
This mill commands the universal admiration of saw
mill men everywhere. As its merits become known, the
demand for it increases. Orders are coming from every
section of this country, Canada, Cuba, and South Ameri
ca. It js suited for every section of the world wherever
there is timber to be sawed, no matter of what character
how hard, bow large or how email.' Two extensive ma
nufactories are now encaged in building these mil Is, yet I
it is almost imj'o.-sible t j turn them out as fast as they !
are wanted. They embrace several valuable patents
and improvement?, and combine all of the following ad-
Simpiicity Both the mill and power are so simple in
their construction that anyone of ordinary mechanical
ability can comprehend them, put them up and run them
without danger or difficulty.
Portability Tne whole establishment can he very
quickly taken apart and put together, thus rendering it
easy to be moved from place to place asdcuired. and sav
ing the necessity of drawing the logs a long distance to
Durability It is constructed in the most solid and
substantial manner, runs perfectly still, is not liable to
get ont of order, and will last for years without repair.
Rapidity It will saw taster than any other upripht
upright mill. The speed of the saw is about three hun
dred strokes per minute, and the feed from one-ei?bta to
three-quarters of an inch per stroke. Thus, at a medium
speed the saw will cut through a log twenty-four feet
long in about three minutes. From this data any one
knowing the character of the timber can calculate how
mufh it will do.
EJTiicicncy It does its work well, cuts smoother and J
straighter than the ordinary mills, and the arrangement
of the saw is scch as to render it utterly impossible for
it to run out of liuc.
Cheapnen The entire iost of the mill, with fifteen
horf e power and everything all complete and ready for
running, hosed and ready for shipment in St. Louis, is
This mill requires less power to drive than any other
mill, and the power furnished is sufficient to drive extra
Acircular containing full particulars will be sent to
any one desiring it. All ordert should he addressed to
BRAGG & Bl'REOVTES,
Corner Third end Market itreets, St. Louis, Mo.,
sole agents for the Western and Southern States.
March 25, '53 48-ly
MORE TO BE ADMIRED THAN
THE RICHEST DIADEM
Worn by Kings or Emperors
What? Why a beautiful ITead of Hair
Because it tbc ornament God Himself provided tor
all our race. Reader, although the rose may bloom ever
to brichtly in the plowing cheek, the eye be ever so
sparkling, the teeth be these or pearls, ir the head is be-
reft of its covering, or the nair be snarled ana snriveiea,
or worse still, if sprinkled with gray,
lose more than half her charms. Prof.
Restorative, if used two or three timas a
restore and permanently secure to all such
an ornament, iieaa tne.ronowing ana juaze. ioe wri
ter of the lirst is the celebreted pianist Thalberg :
New York; April 19, 1S53.
Da Wood Dear Sir: Permit me to expref-a to you
t'je obligation! am under for the entire restoration of
my hair to its original color; about the time of my arri
val in tbc United States itvas rapidly becoming gray,
but uDon the applicetion of your Hair Restorative, it
soon recovered Us original hue. I consider your restor
ative as a very wonderful invention, quite efflcatious as
well as agreeable. 1 am yours truly,
'Drych air Gwyliedydct
Welsh Newspaper office, Nassau et., April 12, '63
Prof O 3 Wood Dear Sir: Some month or 6ix
weeks ago, I fei-cived a bottle of your Ilair Restorative
and gave it my wife, who concluded to try itou ter hair
liitle thinkineat the time that it would restore the
gray hair to its original color, but to her as well as my !
surprise, after a few weeks' trial it has performed that
wonderful edect 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 persons in want of such a clian?e of their hair.
New York, July 25, 1S53.
Prof OJ Wood: With confidence do 1 recommend
vour Hair Restorative, as being the most efficacious ar
ticle 1 ever saw. Since using your Hair Restorative
my Uairs and whiskers which were almost white have
gradually grown dark: and I now feel confident that a
few more applications will restore them to their natu
J G K.ILEY.
Chicago, 111, May 1, 1307.
Prof Wood About two years ano my hair commenced
falling off and turning gray : I was fast becoming bald,
and had tried many remedies to no efl'ect, I commenced
using your Restorative in January last. A few appli
cation fastened my hair firmly. It begun to fill up,
srow out, au turned back to its former color (black). At
this time it is fully restored to itsoriginal color, health
and appearance, aud 1 cheerfully recommend its use.
J D HOES
The Restorative Is put in hot lid of 3 sizes, viz : large,
medium and small; the small holds half a pint, aud
retails for $1 per bottle; the medium holds at least 20
per cent more in proportioe than the small, retails for
$2 per bottle; the large holds a quart, 40 per cent more
in proportion and retails for S3.
O. J. WOOD & CO., rropnetors, 312 Broadway. ew
York, and 114, Market street, St Louis, Mo
And sold by all good Druggists and Fancy Goods
Sold by J. n. MAUN & CO., DruppiJts,
Wholesale aud Retail Manufacturers of
Furniture and Upholstery,
CORNER WASHINGTON1 A V. & 2d ST.,
St. Louis, Missouri.
To our Patrons and the Public
We take (Treat pleasure in being able to assnre you
that not wit hstaiiUms our heavy loss by the burning of
our Sales Rooms at Xus 40 and 42 Washington Avenue,
and the los of the entire stock in them, on the morning
or me rata Inst., are already able to till any orde
may oe desired in our line.
Having a large amount of stock in nr ware liocses
that are not connected with our sales room, ana being in
constant receipt of goods from the best manufacturers.
we are thus soon enabled to fill orders at our usul low
prices, aud in our former prompt and satisfactory man
ner. Our facilities for procuring and keeping np a depirab'.e
stock, are unequalled ; our personal attention and large
experience is and will be constantly given to our lcgit-
icte hnsinpss as dealers in and manufacturers of
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY,.
in all the various branches. We assure you that we
will sell as (mxJ goods and at as low prices, and on as f a
vorableteroisasany house In the West.
Thanking you for the very liberal patronage already
bestowed on us, we ask a continuation of the same,
Sales R.mhiis for the present, on the Northwest "cor
ner of Washington Avenue and Second Street, four doors
below our old stand.
Very Respectfully, SCARRITT Is. AIASOX.
St. Louis, August 1, IS53. no7
GEO. S. EAYEIl & CO.,
General Land Agents,
Hills co, Iowa, Cass co, Nebraska,
"T 71LL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Inves-
V tigating Titles, Paying Taxes, Investing mon
ey, Buying and Selling Town Lot?, Buying: Selling
and Locating Land Warrants, and all other business
connected with their profession in Western Iowa and
J. M. DEWS, Associate Attorney.
Greene, Weare A. Benton,
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
G. Doughty & L-o
Greene, Wenre & Kice,
Greene & Weare,
Nixon & Goodman,
Tootle & Greene,
N. W. Thomasy
Schooly 4 Son
Gen. Win. Irick,
tt it- M
Ft. Des Meines "
Cedar Rapids, "
u u -
Tiocentown, N. J.
I. Reed & Son,
Robinson & Brtu
Burlington Co. Bank,
hl mm Bias,
The Proprietor respectfully informs the citizen of Brovrnville, and the public gen-
e rally, that he has just returned from St. Louis with the largest stock of custom-made
BOOTS Sf SHOES ever lr might West of St. Joseph.
His assortment Of ready-made Boots & Shoes embraces every variety for Fall and Winter. French
Calf -skin boots, single and double sole f the latest style and fashion; also a superior stock of Grain lea
ther water-proof boots, just right for PIKE'S TEAK Gold Diggings. He has a large supply of Kip and
Stoga Boots, and a great variety of Shoes and Brogans ; Boys' Shoes and boots of all sizes and varieties.
lie has a large supply, and great variety,in every style and fashion, of Ladies' Gaiters, Slippers, Misses'
and Children's Gaiters and Shoes, Gentlemen's Slippers, Buffalo and Gum-elastic Overshoes, c, &c.
He also ha3 constantly cn Land a large supply of French Kip and Calf-skins and trimmings
FOR. HOME MANUFACTURE.
lie 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 j ou ever purchased from any other place. The highest prices paid for hides.
Sept. 23. 1S58.
Hain St- between Front and Second sts.,
P -A" ifl litf lip
ira iFu y y u y isna
JZ3 O O
"T7E have just opened a heavy Stock of Fall and
t T and iancy line, which we are now prepared to offer to the trade at extremely low prices,
For Cash or Countrj' Produce.
1S57. v2nl8-tf CRANE &. HILL.
(SLOT IS I
SIEGEL & GREENBAUM,
3XTo. S'Z J&Z.z?3. Street,
Brownville, N. T.
THE proprietors would most respectfully inform the citizens of Brownville and the public generally that
: i , , , - c .i i . j . 1 l -m
mey nave received anu arc now opening one oi luoiarguaiauuuioEiuuiin.itvo umtM ui vwuiiuj
Ever brought to this market.
Their assortment of
Embraces every variety of Textures and Prices; a3 to
invisible Green, and Cloths, Cassimers, Satinetts. Casnnieretts, and J eans, all made up
according to the latest fashionable cut. Their variety of vests is superb,
embracing the very latest styles and patterns. In the
May also be found at all time a fine selection of Cravats, Stocks, Tyes, Collars white or colored, LTandker-
chiets, suspenders, Uarpetuags,etc, wnicn we win
We have the finest
SPUING AlfD S13MMEE CLOTHING
HATS J&JSTTy OjSlS3,
Warranted to suit the most fastiduous. A fine assortment of
COATS, Dress, Frock and Sack.
PAXTS, Everj- Slylc and Description.
TESTS, To plcagc Large and Small.
SHIRTS, Both VTIiite and Fancy.
WE would but ask the public to call, examine and
Baltimore Clothing Emporium is not of better
and twenty-five percent, cheaper than they have ever
October 2Dth, 1S57.
A. W. FCETT. M. G. WILKINSON.
PUETT & WILKINSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OMADI, N. T.
Will attend to all business entrusted to their care
Col. Jesse Williams,
Gov. Jos. A. Wright,
Mr. F. N. Koock,
Hon. John G. Javis,
Hon. Geo. L. Miller,
Omaha City, N. T.
T. B. CCM1SG. 'uU-N C. TURK.
CU3IIXG & TURK,
Attorneys at Law & Heal Estate Agenti
OMAHA CITY, N. T.
WILL attend faithfully and promptly to all bus
ness entrusted to them, in the Territorial o
Iowa Courts, to the purchase of lots and lands, en
trries and pre-emptions, collections, &c.
Office in the second story of Henry ct Rootsncw
building, nearly opposite the cstern JixehaLgc
Bank, Farnham street.
Dee. 27. 156. yln2Stf
TYPE & STEMf YPE FOUNDSY
No. 163 Vine Bt.. bet. Fourth ana Fifin.
C. r. O'DRISCOLI & CO
Manufacturers and dealers in News, Book and Job
Tvre. Printing Presses, Cases, Gallies, &.c, Ac.
Inks, and Printing Material of Every Description,
STmiEOTYPIXG of all kind Books, liusic.
Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, Wood Engrevings,
Ac, f c.
Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles,
Office of American Bank Note Company.
J. J. O'SIIAXESSY,
Copper Plate & Lithographic Printer.
Corner of Randolph and Dearborn streets,
Wedding and Visiting Canls, D.xr Plates, OflVe Seals,
Notary Public's Dies aud Presses, Drafts. Invoices, and
Labels of every kind promptly executed and pent by
Express. JCf"A Pack of the very best glased or Bris
tol Cards iciih name for ttro doHars.'by a new and
befitetiful process without cost o f p'.ate, equal to the
very choicest engraving, samples when required on
reception of post stamps. 9-j J G ly
J. HART & SOX,
saddle t nmm
Oregon, Holt County, Missouri.
Keepconstantlyon hand alldescriptkuof Harness,
X. B. ETeryartieleinonrshopis!n!nufactured
j eurselvevnd warranted to givesatisfaction.
an ufacture r.
"Winter Goods, embracing everything in the Staple
Color they have Brown, Blue, Black, visible and
sen ascneapas any esiaousumeui, in me w est.
and best assortment of
to this Territory.
judge for themselves whether, the Clothing at the
mado material, cut with better taste, better trimmed
SIEGEL 4; GKEEXBAUM.
J. T. HORN
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HATS AND CAPS,
3VaIIs,riows, Slorcs, furniture, &c
April 9th, 1357. 43t
W. II. WILLIAMS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEX IM
STOVES & TINWARE
TAKES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or
gon and the public in general, that he has on
hand the most extensive stock of Stoves and Tin
ware, ever offered in this market, lly stock of Tin
ware i3 of nay own manufacture, and is for salo at
Wholesale and Uetailat St. Louis nriee.
I would call particular attention to my stock of
wuui.iu oiu i co, comprising me most improved
patterns both Air-Tiht and Premium. Among them
may be found Filly's Charter Oak, the best stove now
in use, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Pioneer and priiePre
Parlor & Box Stoves
Of various Sizes and Patterns, which I will
SELL LOWER THAN ANY LTOUSE IX TOWN
Particular attention paid to making and puttie
j it uuitvie,iu tus nunu u tuuniry. Also, re
pairing done on short notice and on reasonable term,
Old copper, Brass and Pewter taken in exchange
tor worn or ware. . . w !LXilA3lf,
vl-n3 Oregon, Mo., July 5, 1S56.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
GEOEGE CLATE3. J. XT. UE2.
Real Estate and General Agency,
OMAHA CITY. N. T.
Jmes Wri trh t, Broker,
Wm. A. Woodw&rd. Esq
lion. K.Wood, Ex
Gov. of Ohio. Cleveland.
Wicks.Oticand Brownell.Bankers, "
AlcottA Ucrton, ,
Col. Robert Campbell, St. Louis,
James Ridgway, Esq. "
Omaha City,lnj,30,18fl. Tlall-ly
B. F. SNYDER,
Forwarding ana Commission
And bteamboat Agent,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Will he at the Levee at all hours upon the arrival of
Steamboats, and attend to the Collection of Bills and
Business left with him with prompt dispatch; also attend
to the Receiving of goods for boats, cither for St. Louis or
Will be found latneomce or isciman & west eai
Estate Agents, Market Square.
Fresh Arrivals ! Heavy Additions! !
Prices Greatly Reduced?
CURRENCY TAKEN A T PAR ! 1
J, B. JENNINGS
Cor. 2nd and Frances sis, St. Joseph JIo.
TJAS Just received at his store room, corner of Second
and Francis Streets, St. Joseph, everything desirable in
his line, which he purchased for the Fall and Winter
trade, at greatly reduced price for Cash, and whieh he
will sell at corresponding prices for cash, or to pnnctual
customers. Among his recent receipts are 50 doz Fresh
Peaches, 35 doz Prime Apples, 20 doz Assorted Fruits,
20 doz Lobsters 1 & 2 b cans, 300 doz Field's celebrated
Oysters put up this fall, 20 half Barrels new white Fish,
also Codfish, 100 boxes w Kt neese, oo ooxes js v ao, ouu
ibs Currants, 50 boxes fresh raisins, 100 boxes dried her
ring, 500 lbs Goshen Butter, 200 bbls crackers, 50 bbls
nuts assorted, 600 lbs Peanuts, 100 boxes assorted and
fancy candies, 100 do gum drops and motto Lozengers,
600 drums Figs,4tc. Also a large lot sugaa and molasses,
which will be sold at prices considerably below the prices
sixty day9 ago.
St. Joseph, :nov. h, ins. am
New Hardware tore.
Sign of the Saw.
Importer, "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
American German, English & French
HARDWARE AMD CUTLERY.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
TS jS OW receiving and opening the largest and most
X varied arsortment of goods in the above line ever
offered in any market west of bt. Louis.
My stock embraces a full and complete assortmeat
of Cabinet and House liuilder s Hardware. Alecbaa
ic's tools of every description, direct from the meet
approved manufacturers: agricultural and horticul
tural tools and implements, in great variety, combin
ing all the recent and useful improvements for the
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 baws, which I
will warrant, and fill all orders at lhe factary prices
Also a large assortment of Guns, Rifles and Pistols,
Iron, Steel, Xails, &.C., of the best brands: in a word,
my stock is very complete, which, loi its quality and
price, I am determined to offer such inducements a3
will command a liberal share ct trade from this and
adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies for American Hardware Manufacturers,
together with a long experience in the general llara
ware trade,enables me; not only to defy all competi
tion, but has convinced me that the true principle of
trade is small profits and quick returns.
January 1.1S57. vln2'Jtf
K? MRDWAEB STil.
JOIIX COinOlN & BROTHER,
(Sign of the Padlock, opposite the Post OlEce.)
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
Building and Saddlery Hardware,
Boots, Slices, Leather and Shoe Findings.
Sr. JOSEPH, MO.
HAVE now in store, and to arrive shortly, Amer
ican and Foreign Hardware, such a j :
Greaves fc Son's Files Scissors
and Edge Tools
Knives and forks
Butcher's do do
Spear"& Jackson's saws
Gimlet pointed screws
Griffin's and American
Brass curtain bands and
Angers and auger bitts
Grass and grain do
Shovels and tongs
Framed wood saws
Fost hole augers
Ames' shovels and spades
Lull & Porter's shutter
Circular, mill and inuly
Planes and plane irons
Coopers drawing knives
do adzes and wood
Butts, cast and wrought
Copper rivets for belts
Plated and com. stirrnps
do do Bitts
do do Buckles
do do Kings
Breast and rein snaps
Blacksmiths' Bellows and
Mousehole Armitago an
vils American anvils
Stocks and dies
Pad hooks, brcech'g loops
raa screws, cocReyes
Girth rein and roller web
Silk, 3 cord thread
With many goods embracing a complete assort
ment of tho most desirable which they will sell at
the lowest prices. J.CULuOL JS & But)
April 16th, 1S57. 3l-ly
Reaper & Mower for 1858
C HYATT & Co., Agents,
St .Joseph, iIiouri,
Is asrain offered to the fanners of Missouri, and Nebraska,
as the best ifsaper in the world, anil the best combined
Reaper and Mower, and is so warranted. For five years
past I have avoided attending the various Slate and
County Fairs, for the purpose of seeking premiums, re-
paromg my machine as too well known to need that sort
of commendation. In July last the United States Ag
ricultural society, at their Fair at Syracuse. New Tork.
awaruea to me a
GOLD MEDAL and DIPLOMA.
For the best reaper, after a severe test, in beivr tan
gled rye over billy and uneven ground. Also the 'Great
Council Medal was awarded by the exhibition of all na
tions in London in lsol to C. McCormick. on the cround
of the orunnallity and value of his AMERICAN F.EAP-
ER, and also at theereat French Exhibition at Paiis. in
1S55, was awarded the Cirand Gold Medal of Honor. Also
thehiShest prize awarded to any reaping machine by the
Koyal Agricultural Society or England in 18o7, and still
more glorious, the highest satisfaction and approval of
over 100,000 farmer :f my own country.
Farmers desirinc: the McCormick Reaper and Mower for
the present yenr will secure by leaving their orders
should be sent on before the 1st day of March next.
April 15. nf -12
Buchanan Life and General
Ofiee cor 2d and Jule sts.,
ST. JOSEPH, 310.
CaAKTETtED AT TUB LAST PESSIOX OF THE S'O f TCI
Autuonzeu tapitol $3,000,000.
J. 15. Jennings, i. k. Uoward. J. A. Owen. Milton
rJootn, Jonn oinoun,vonn 11. likens. W. II Por..;'
James Kay, N.J.McAfhan. A.G. MansSeer.
J.B. JEXMXGS, Tres.
V. R. McAsnAN, Sec'y.
S now ready to receive application for Life. Fire,
Jlarineand Riverrisks.' A cash return of 25 nee
cent, will be allowed on cario r-reminm .nr
promptly adjusted, and the usual facilities "iven to
April ictn.isji. 443in
b. LOCKWOOD. 1857. K. E. POMEROT.
Lockwood & Pomeroy,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Also, Shippers of American Furs of every de-
twiiinuu; lor wcica mey will pay
the highest Market Price.
COUNTRY Merchants are invited to examine onr
stock of Hats & Caps for the armroaehinc Snrinir
and Summer trade, which will be large, fashionable3.
uuu wen sciecieu. in point of variety our stockshall
not bo excelled by any Uou30 in St. Louis.
Our prices will be low, terms accommodating.
call and see us at odr rew Store. Second St.-
cu joiepD, Me. !2-n
SAINT JOSEPH AD'S
New Wholesale Grocery Jloase.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
CIGARS, WOODEN WARE,
Corner of Main end Francti Streets, Riddle? Old
Stand, Opposite Stouts Hotel,
HAVE just received the largest and most complete
stock of the above goods ever opened in upper Missouri,
to which the attention of merchant and dealers is res
pectful ling Invited having purchased them principally
for cash at the very lowest possible prices, in Boston,
New York and St. Louis, feel confident that I can effer
inducements that are rarely found, and hoping, ty fair
and liberal dealing, low prices and good Goods, to merit
a liberal share of patronage. Call and examine my stock
and prices before purchasing sales are bound to follew.
In my stock will be found every article usually kept in
a Xo 1 Grocery House.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
JAMES CARGILL Proprietor.
MANUFACTURES and keeps constantly
on hand for sale, all kinds of Flour, Itlfal,
and Feed stuffs. Orders solicited and promptly filled
on most favorable terms. Cash paid constantly for
Wheat. For character of Flour refer to everybody
that ever used it.
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. SO, 1S56. yln!3- y
DUDLEY M. STEEL,
CIIAS. I. CLAUSE.
NAVE, M'CORD & CO.,
Forwardln? anil Commission
Felix Street, between Third and Fourth,
SAINT JOSEPH, MO.,
nave just received and for sale low 3od hhds sugar ;
250 bags rio Coffee. 850 kegs Iron Mountain Nails, (the
best nail made) "08 brls and half brls molasses.
150 ten gallon Kegs Belcher's Molasses;
2300 sacks G A salt. Now sacks and in good order.
1S00 bags Dairy Salt in Gunny's of 15 and 25 pounds
200 brls copper distilled whiskey, guarrantied good.
75 brls ann hr brls old Bourbon and Rye, best article;
50 qr and 1-8 pipes Ereuch Brandy, warranted pure and
150 boxes soap, different brands, Olein, Palm and Fam
ily: 15 tierces new Carolina rice;
100 caks Lee's Newcastle Soda;
25 boxes soda in pound papers;
100 boxes assorted candy;
25 boxes fancy candles;
200 chests and half chests andcantins Imperial. Gun
powder and Young nyson teas;
200 bxs Tobacco, Glasgow and Virginia;
125 coils Manilla all sizes;
60 doz wooden buckets end 32 d3zcn each no 1 & 2
36 doz wash boards.
Our stock is the largest above St. Louis, all of which
was brought before the late advance and shipped at
twelve and a half cents per 100 Ibs, which gives us great
advantages over our neighbors who have not yet re
ceived their stocks. NAVE, McCOED & CO.
Sept. 9, 1353,-tf.
rrriE greatest reme--
dy in the world
This cordial is distilled
from a Berry
;rry known .ej-,
iiyself, an. fcS :
only to m;
with some of the
te most i
il roots, V,kj?-f IJ
herbs and barks known
to the mind of man,
viz: blood root, black
root, wild cherry bark,
yellow dock, dandle
loins, sarsaparilla, eld
er flowers, with others,
producing the most in
fallible remedy for the
restoration of hea!ti.-2
eer iuunu. if... i
wiurc u;auir. jx is NATURE'S
OWN REMEDY, curing diseases by natural
When taken its healing influence is felt roursing thro'ch
every vein of the body, purifying and accelerating the
circulation of the blood. It neutralizes any bilious
matter in the stomach, and strengthens the whole orga
McLean's Strengthening Cordial will effectually cure
Liver Complaints. Dyspepsia, jaunaice. Lnronic
or Nervous Debiliiy, Diseases of the Kidneys,
and all Diseases arising from a Disordered
Liver or Stomach?
Ileartburn, inward piles, acidity or sickness of the stom
ach, fullness of blood to the head, dull pain or swimming
in the head, palpitations of the heart, choking or suffuc
aiing feelings when laying down, dryness or yellowness
of the skin and eyes, sudden flushes of beat, depression
of spirits, &c.
There is no mistake about it.
This cordial will never fail to cure any of the above
diseases, if taken as per directions on each bottle, in
German, Knglih and French.
Over half a million of bottles
Ilave been sold during the past six months, and in no
instance has it raileJ in giving eatire satisfaction Who
then will snffer 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, Every bottle warranted to give satisfac
We say to parents, If yonr childreg are sickly, puny or
afflicted with complaints prevalent among children, give
them a small quantity of McLean's Cordial. It selli
rapidly, because st always cores. Delay not a moment
Every Country Merchant
Should not leave the city until he had procured sup
ply of McLean's Strengthening cordial. A liberal
discount will he made to those who buy to sell again
iAiii u.Y Beware of druggist or dealer who may
try to palm upon you some Bitter or Saraparilla trat-b,
which they can buy cheap, by saying it is just as good.
Avoid such men. Ask for McLejn's Strengthening cor
dial, and take nothing el.-e. It is the only remedy that
will purify the blood throughout, ami at the same Uaie
strengthen the system.
One table spoonful taken every morning is a certain
pieventive for cholera, chilis and fever, yellow fever, or
any prevalent disease.
Piice only $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5.
J II McLEAN,
Role proprietor ot the cordial,
Also, McLean' Volcanic Oil Liniment
0"Principal depot cu the corner of Third aud Fine
streets, St Louu, Mo.
UlcXcan's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The best liniment in the -.trld for man or beast
Another Iierrarkable Cure
rerrormeu oy McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. Read
fyv. . . . r 1 . 1 . , 1 ... .. .
lu itimu, a oincKsmun. nvinz nsr r innno
Tenth street, had a horaiMe runnins ri on hi r...t
Ve tried virions Liniments Salves, itc, but could do it
no good. He despaf red of ever being able to work at his
trade again, becau-e he oouM not bear any weight on his
..uy one ooinc or McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini-
uiriii ne is now perfectly cured.
Jtneumatism, neuralgia, n.iralrtw mUo.
.v. . t "r muMmis, swellings, sore
.u.u.v, earacuc or lootnache, &c, yield to the magic in
nnence of this wonderful liniment.
Fi .w t ... . . . . .
uuue UUil tail P. 1L H an inF-lliVt f,.
chafes, scratches, cracked heels, lameness, spavin, tlstu
la, bruises, swellings, wounds, rattls-snake bites, and
i:f;, auiuidis are iiaoie u irom
lU'ufies or accidents.
K very country merchant should obtain a supply of jro
Lcan s olcarnc Oil Liniment. It sclU ra.idly becauto
A liberal discount will be made to merchants'who buy
to sell again.
53"Forsa!e by J n 3fcLF.AN, proprietor, cojner of
Third ami Pine streets. St Luis, M .
ZOOK & BALDWIN,
t rocsCIty, IVTo.,
23 3BL "O" Or S3
Dye Woods, Dyestufis,
Oils, Paints, and Painters Articles
Varnishes, Window-glass and Putty,
French, English, and American Perfumery.
tlh toilet and sbavicg soap?, fine hair and
tootn brushes, paint brublies, surgical ana dent
al instruments, spice?, snuffa. manufactured
tobacco; all the patent medicines of the day; pure
wines and brandies, for medical purposes; choice
toilet and fancy articles, etc.etc.
Agents for the sale of
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
Roger's Liverwort. Tar and Canchalogu.
Osgood's India Cholagogue,
Jones' American Cholagogue;
Guysott's Yellow dock and Sarsaparilla;
Smith's Tonic Svrut).
July 23. 1337. v2nl-yly
S3hnX Mattrafejr.trpcetvel at thestore cf
Anj. , VU1. pl i. t. w"HTTTt.
DRUGS, MEDICINES !
T02 ALL THE IU2P0SZ3 07 A
! Thehb has long existed a vihMe demand for t f
effective purgative pill which could be relied on ts
sure and perfectly safe in ita operation. Tilt hit '
been prepared to meet that demand, and aa wten. i
sive trial of its -virtues has conclusively alownTi
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is easy to make a physical pill, but not easy t
make the best of all pills one which should ktTt :
none of the objections, but all the advantages, !
every other. This has been attempted here, tnj
with what success we would respectfully submit to
the public decision. It has been .unfortunate for
the patient hitherto that almost evgry purgatiri
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bom. .
el3. This is not. Many of them produce so :
griping pain and revulsion in. the system as to tnort
than counterbalance the good to be derived fron
them. These pill produce no irritation or
unless it arise from a previously existing obstroe. .
tion or derangement in the bowels. Being party
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in ut
quantity ; but it is better that any medicine saonli
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
use in the several diseases to which they are p.
plicable are given on the box. Among the com.
plaints which have been speedily cured by them,t
may mention Liver Complaint, in its various foraa
of Jaundice, Indigestion. Languor and Loss of Ap.
petite, Listlessness, Irritability, Bilious lieadach
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side
and Loins ; for, in truth, all these are but the coa-
sequence of diseased action in the liver. As u
aperient they afford prompt and sure relief in Cev
tiveness, Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrofuk
and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body, Ulctn
and impurity of the blood. Irregularities ; in short,
any and every case where a purgative is required.
They have also produced some singularly iue
cessful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, Droney, Gruel,
Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in the
Back, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely
taken in the spring of the ye.r, to purify the blood
and prepare the system for the change of seasons.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach wi
bowels into healthy action, and restores the arrp.
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by thrj
stimulant action on the circulatory system, ren
ate the strength of the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased enersries of the whole organism.
Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, eren
though no serious derangement exists : but on
necessary dosing should never be earned too hr,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength.
when Liken to excess. The thousand cases in wnica
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
they suggest themselves to the reason of eerr
body ; and it is confidently believed this pill wu
answer a better purpose than any thing which ha$
hitherto been available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, the public will no longet
doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped, they are
Eleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, &
arm can arise from their use in any quantity.
For minute directions, see wrapper on the Box.-
DK. JAMES C ATER,-
Practical and Analytical Chemist
' Price 25 Cents per Eox. Jive Boxes for $L
For rapid Cure of
C01T.1IS, COLDS, HOARSEESS,
CROIT, ASTHMA, AAD
This remedy has won for Itself such notoriety
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary diseaw,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the ca
dences of its virtues in any community where it.
has been employed. So wide is the field of its cse
fulness, and so numerous the eases of its evm,
that almost every section of the country .abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
lungs by its use. When once tried its superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appa-'
rent to escape observation, and where its virtuware
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of "the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate. Not only in formidable attarli
upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties of
Colds, Covghs, Hoarseness, 4c. ; and for Chh.
dhex it is the pleasantest and safest medicine tut
can be obtained.
As it has long been in constant use throngh'out
this section, we need not do more than assure the.
people its quality is kept up to the best that it ever
has been, and that the genuine article is sold bvr.
J. H. MAUN & CO., Azents,
Brownville. X. T
VICTORIOUS OVER PACT.
BRAGG'S ARCTIC LIXIMEXt
Ajony or ease ! Sickn w
henliU ! Life or death! Tl
are tlie nutation invohJ ia tit
aUitiuii or. rejection oi tlii
cilic by lli mutt jrri to t"iil
disvaxM unci injuries, lfaviigre
cmv1 tlie inur?nirnt bt lliJ
tingniolied taran, tli
K.ANK, uikI it.m-llicacy '.r
in two awful M'iulrrs ill be l
eimiH if etfrnnl ice, it w now c
ini into grii-rl ue in ery fcfr
tiou of tli civiliej glt)e, n'l i'
marvelous curt- are eiji'' ;
THE AFFLICTED KEJOICE
nUXDI'.F.ra an.l TI!0r?AT3
- liuve !eslel a virturt. aixl sr
Tfjoiciii:? ill fiwdoui fri.m l"'"?
liiiift'riHx 1MI.V a ikI M.FA-.
wliicli iltr reiiirilif I t tfl'
to euro. Jlme ton Ui Ii:oN
CJirilS, NKli.'AHIA, iH'
MATI.SU. MlHlKU.A, KAR
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allliclH nilli Ol.ll H)l:KS fi'f
rerin fioni lll'.l 1F"JS. HliAIN?,
t(KN.-, XfV.K f.Xm, IV
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n ill llirl vdii in-laut
mmm &m- so aw
I'r tlica &rUA aeci''fn! t
AlXllf I IMJIIXT l II u
kkiUpi! Mini iieiiimVll IlClt"'
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THE KOTHEES COIPAinON.
It enren".CAKFS IN' TH
I5ISKAST. HKK MI'MJi,
HncKI IH. riMI Jii'. te. I
Jien wlio I'ri.o a pure
xt.'nl r 'i Iw, lllel.i. KS
anl all iliwc ! I ion ami (
crrMMiciK, hIioiiUI attst'
tlieMS tr-ar on bi:'.1 '
4n;niit aMMMiti4 tliy i'"r
with U. AP.CTIC I.I.N IMKNT--
, -'"7... -
It lrflli-nt Cr il,i fi'.iif.
giving it a limllliy, jWj f
i4trancc. It U
GOOD TOR LI AIT AITD BEAST.
Tt U a wrercien rn"-J " .
the '.ariiMiH li" ' J
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For sale br all risr,ect:i!j: rrn..'UU an1 feaVr-
v i . .. u
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CtmUluj as uiucli
eight tweuty five ccut bottler
T" 1 . ... . r ..... 1 1 . I
r.vpry nurcu:isr ni a uoi.ar utuiiooi w1"
IMKNT reciv, at Pr. Diajrp;"(i exr"".
STATE? JULT.NAI of Xev Yik, for
Journal U a tar; iI!nstrteT pnffr encli ,,,,,ce 1
taiii'103 nixteea pc-i-', bantifi!ly j.rintfJ on cl,'r,
papr. anl fi!Ie. willi oeijiiin niatter lrtm "'e?'"(i
liatit writer of the country. Certificate f4 ,,l, t
.... ... - . J . ... ...tinU15
ana lull particular or t;i novel auu pnu ." '
terprise, of wliicU UiU oUer Kmu-i
An A(.f".NT TTAXTFTMrWFV-ntY TOVNT
BR AUU . DC
ORS OKFictc, No. STl UliOAl
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SIAVN & CO., ts,
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