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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1859)
T1IE . AD VERTISER.
5K0WNVILLE, NOV. 17, 1S9.
a' lu 11 M S :
fcrpnO'T""1 lnd,'sn'e. - $2 00
2 . " ' at tbe end of 6 months, 2 60
" " " " 3.00
.,4 0f iJ cr more will be furnished at $l,6o per
tn, provided l,je ca11 0Culnriic,s the rccr, not
y Tb3 "JTebraska Advertiser having;
.,cD the largest circulation of any paper in
Territory,. "Wholesale; Merchants in St.
jit, St. JoseI)ll Cincinnati and other East
t markets where Kebraska merchants pur
'itte will n no better advertising medium
t,veoiitn(l, priuldln superior stylo, and or
de;ip Tur cas.'j. a freli sur-ply of ' ,
trlrrantF Deeds, Mortgage Deed?, , .
Trust Deeds, Bonds ior Deeds,"
Jutic3, Sheriff and Constable Blaiike,
J31ank Preemption Peppr.,
' Township Pints. Bills Jjading,
Drafts, Notes, etc., etc., etc.
hrh , e call tLc ep-ilal atlf-rjti.ii of t hctc in need.
! i p-iuiiiiPJ rT and every desciiption executed to
' -in style Inferior to njrn, produwd in soy fart of
''ie -entry- We f xcrpt no .fn o in the West, or else
'$rt and cSter specimens of car work at cvidenco
Thanhs to. Judge Millxr for addi
ianal favors in rthe shape of pullic docu-
- . .
seats. . - ' '
cts appear "to understand: ihcm.3elves.--4
The illustrations arc cf the best quality.
W e cordially recommend it to our readers.
What has become' of the Republic
Monthly, Remanent, and Gardener's
Monthly! We miss them.
Farms ror Sale.
In the advertising columns will be found
advertised for sale two or three valuable
We understand that some scamps are
around putting cfT counterfeit money
again Thought such fellows had been
taught a lesson as to operating here
Xcw Stase Arrangement.
We are iuformed that Hawk &: Ncc
t"t.u.s, the. contractors for carrying tho
ncil from Nebraska City to White Cloud,
fartfas, three times a week have made
ifrargemcnts to extend the line to St.
Joseph, Mo. -We are glad to hear this,
Kid hope th'at-.arrangimcnts may be made
iat we receive our Eastern mail by that
Mile. Our daily mail from here to
Rj:k Tortus worse than a nuisance. We
scarcely ever get any mail matter by that
route; it goes past Rock Port, cn to
Council Bluffs, then across to Omaha, and
iAnthis side of the river. Will the
secret ageut make a tour through this
fprr country ? He'd find cussable ma
terial to 'last him the next twelve months.
An interesting .religious meeting has
ca progressing in this city the past
ck tinder the management of our Me
lodist friends. The pastor Rev. D.
liart, has been assisted by Revs. J. Chiv
'r.rton and Haskell, of Nebraska City,
Gorton of Plattsmouth, Giddings of Table
Rock, and Tayne of Platte County, Mo.
Inolher' Shipment of Gold Dust
Lusiidat.gh & Carson, Bankers of
this city.'shipped to the mint last week
for coinage; six pounds of gold dust from
tlie Nebraska mines. '
Itoarc Yonr Property.
I In another column ,vill be found the
ijvertisemcnt of Phocuix Insurance Com
! pr.y, one of the oldest and most reliable
j rompanies in the United States. O. B.
i HrwrTT, Esq., is agent. Call on him
103 ins'jre your property.
A letter published in the Pres ti' Orient
announces the conversion to Roman Ca
tholicism of an entire district in Bulgaria,
j which numbers not less than thirty thous
and souls, who hitherto belonged to the
Greek Church. They have addressed a
letter announcing the fact to the French
consul, who promised the new converts
the protection; cf France, in case they
should "be molested in the exercise of
their n(hv faith. It,' is said 'that other
districts of Bulgaria are only, waiting to
see the issue of their religious movement
before following the example.
The Montreal Pilot has it on authority
that His Royal Highness, the Prince of
Wales, accompanied by the Colonial Se
cretary, and other distinguished person
ages, will visit Canada in the end of May
or the beginninj of June next. The
formal opening of the Victoria bridge
will then take place.
Iowa has just completed a State census
showing a population of 633,549. : She
had 192,214 in 1650, and 43,1 11 in 1810.
She has thus more than trebled her popu
lation in the last nine years, and increas
ed it about fifteen-fold in nineteen years.
. . .
Mr. Adams, one of the Georgia miners,
arrived in Leavenworth recently, with
fifty lbs. of goll obtained by mining in
the Kansas mines during the past summer.
Read the Prospectus of the .Veto York
Times, and nlso of the Cincinnati Enqui
rer in to-day's paper. They are the most
j valuable and reliable papers in their
respective localities. . Subscriptions recei
ved at this office.
Our periodical exchanges have been
fleeted for a couple of months past.
We hope they will pardon us when we
pmise better-for the future. Now is
Re time to be' thinking cf making up
'uls for the next year.
La d i r s' R r. ro sito r Y-Thrr No ve mber
So. of this model of Periodicals is before
$.. Its editor and publisher are constant
'' endeavoring to make it more attract
iff: fresh' alid beautiful. No family
! ilould be without it.' Rev. D. Hart of
jiis county is an authorized agent, and is
:cw about making up a club for the com
ir.jyear. Atlantic 'Monthly. The Novem
ber No. of this justly popular periodical
is upon our .tabled The Atlantic is among
'"fucd institutions;" the amount of
fading matter it contains, to say nothing
of the (juality, - cannot be had for the
me coney in any other form. Ticksor
Fields have recently become the pub
lishers, and promise much for the future.
Arthur's Home Magazine, for Nov
fiberwe'havc. It fails not in interest.
This has always been a favorite Magazine
f cars; Ave are a particular admirer of
r- S. Arthur's style. of writing. It is so
ry-day-like, -practical and full cf who
Gcdit's Lady's Book, the 4:queen of
nthlics,5' and so very popular among
ladies, is oh hand for November. Its
M.ioti plates are looked for by the ladies
llh anxiety always.1 The reading mat
uMoo, is chaste, agreeable and vigor-as-
Who does not like God ey?
-ace the above was in type, we have
Received the December issue, which the
tm pronounce a -,4perfcct duck cf a
fi35nber.M The engravings ; the fashion
Iatej; patterns; the diagrams in
December number, exceed those of
j lny other. If this is a specimen of what
'its Godey's patrons n?xt year, what a
l-at ihey Avill enjoy.- -Make: tip your
ClJhs. We will furnish a copy each of
.(,0, the Mvertiser, and Tarmtr, one
11 iMt $4 cash in advance.
?llou;s Dollar JNIontuly, The
enXer Issue of. th'.s' sprightly and
"eaP rnagaine has reach.eU us. It can
tfaiUo interest. Wq are pleased to
1 w s circulation is continually iri-
" A special dispatch to the St. Louis Re
publican gives the recent official vote in
Kansas as follows: For the Constitution,
10,419; against the Constitution, 5,530.
For Homestead Law, 8.759; against
Homestead Law, 4,772.
J. Fla nr.KT y, a Wholesale Hardware
Dealer, and prominent citizen of St. Jo
seph, Mo., died on the 7ih.
I herclij caution nil persons indebted to the late
firm of Green, Sprinkle & Co., n.1 ins, Sprinkle, Hnker
&. (.irx-en, ngain?t paying any debt, notes of hand or
book accounts areruing to said firm except to myself,
from my oEcc about a ycarngo, andoayetlhava not
andcauuot getocy Fatir.aetion b to the di?ponl of
ths collections. LEVI Sl'IilXKE.
WE arc now in receipt of our FALL GOODS,
irLicL comprises everything a tiENT. tr LA.DY is
likely to ;int. W'e invite our frinds, and the pub
lic generally to COME AXL) SEE US, as wc will
n' t be undersoil for cash.
D.J. MARTIN 4 CO.
October 20th. I?1P. 15-tf
We Will Purclaase Wheat
As money is c.iroe,-n vill pay in oods for wheat
G; cen tsiH-r bushel ; and for & jut $2,75 cr hondred
pornds. Wo will furnish faeks for wheat and re
ceive it, either at our Storo in Urownville or at
Molv in's Mills. D. J. MAUTIX & CO.
iLownvillc, Oct. 20, 1S30. ,no!5-tf
The Missouri Republican
Published Daily, Tri-Weekly & Weekly
CEOIICE KXATP, 1
n. tascuall, Proprietors. ,
joiin kx a rr, -:-
Ho. 11, Chebtnut Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Tcrm$ cf the Rtpvblican.
Daily, (inadvance) $10 00
Tri-wcekly, (n advance)' ,6 00
Weekly, (in aJvaiict) .. 2 00
Weekly, nut paid iu advance, invariably , ( S 00
Sunday Republican 2 00
To clubs of live lii lies 40 00
To clubs tt six Tri-Weeklies V5 00
To clubs of fourteen Weeklies 14 00
S3"WanR, Lost and Found. Boarding, for Rent, and
Removals, will be cbarped fifty cents per square ol
eiwht lines or less, for firi.t insertioD, and tweniy-Qve
cents for ea'.'h additional one without alteration. , '
OXE SQUARE, eipbt lines or less $ 60
three times on first or fourth page 100
" ono week " " 1 60
" two weeks : " 2 60
" three weeks " " 3 50
" one month " " : 4 00
" two incnths " ' 640
" . tbrce months " ' - . 8 00
' six months " 12 00
twelve months " " " 20 00
tj"AH advertisements required to be kei t on second
page, charged us new each day, and on third page an ad
vance overstated rates. ' .
g j Advertisements required tobedlfplayed, or et in
lame type, charged double rates. .
J3'fran,-ieiit advctti.-tments must be paid for in advance.
THE LAST CALL.
Thereby onc! more notify those indebted to me
thnt they can liquidate their indebtedness with
com potatoes, or almost any kind of produce, at the
highest market price in Urownville. This request
is made because t.am in debt myscl:, and uted
jD'-ney, bat enn muko use of corn.
Heretofore Ihe excuse with these Win;? me has
been, that they cannot raise the money. I now in
form you that I will take producer I I now you
can rtu'e thatl Such an arrangement will be taken
as a great acoomaiodution" under present cirenm-
owiuLt. - .... -r -
I wish to l.e oeeonnuoJatlngjhut I repeat, this is
THE LAST CALL. . JESSE XOEL. .
Browavillc, Xos, 10, ISv?,
. Lost Land Warrant.
Notice is hereby given that after six weks publica
tion vf this notice, application will be made to the Com
missioner of Pensions for a duplicate of Lsnd Warrant
No. 86. 4G6 for ICO acres, dated April 19, 1859. i.-sued to
Roswell Austin, a caveat having beeu filed ir, the Gen
eral LandOtrlceaisainKt the issue of a Patent, the said
warrant havinnbeen lost. -KOS WELL AUSTIN",
October 27, lS69.vPl6r By E. A. WB1GUT, Atfy
. Estray.-. .
TAKFA I P by Ihe unt!ercipne, cn this 6th da Of
Xovemter, lS.r)9 one small brown horse, all four of his
feet wbiie larpe white spot ia tua forehead, saddle
marked, long tailed and low carrlaped, sudpe-sed to be
eiFfct -r nine years oid. The nwner will find said horse
t my residence tear the Little Xeciaha ferry. XVmaha
county. ?C. T., and have him by pay :ne all charges of
aUvertisinp. JACOB R0ZABT1I-
Xcvember 8th. rH
'wts'rAMrHicA.x Magazine Tin
eraoer No. is welcome. The work i
:-:r for thbdicsi'andtho'blifh
Probate Notico. '
T.'hereas application has boon tiwda tQ the Probate
Court .f Nemaha County, Xebras-ka Territory, by wil.
Iiam Hot'li'Tcll, Administr jtor of tie estate of Mary
Simpson, late of "emaLa county, leoeasel, for the sale
of certain real property jti or.ler to obtain means to de
fray the exienses of administering said Estate, notice is
berel.-y ci.en to all concerned, that Saturday the 19th
d.iy of November lb9. Is the d.v sj pointed for hearinft
sail rrplioKtlcn tetoro 1te Proh-.f e Court, of Xemaha
County. Neliraka Territory, at 10 o'clock A. M., at my
( flke ia Urownville ia said county, when and where
all persons interested may attend and show cause hy
attbority for the said tale mav nrl be trranted.
R. J. WU1TX2V, Probate Jndpe.
Octrbe; 6lh, 1559. - - 3w-f$T
n r.ii v:,"'i, tr yi" p,t t:
. inn .
LLL i LL
: LLL' LL
Sells all kinds of Goods
THJ1X JXY OTIJER HOUSE LX
THE UPPER' COUNTRY.
TO PURCHASE DRY-GOODS,
TO PURCHASE GROCERIES,
TO PURCHASE PROVISIONS,
TO PURCHASE BOOTS & SHOES,
TO PURCHASE QUEENS WARE,
TO PURCHASE FANCY GOODS,
. To Purchase Ladies Dress Goods,
"4 h m
Provision &. drocery
JS 1 O TFL 23
MAIN ST., BROWNVILLE, N. T.,
Luihbaugh 4 Canon Old Banking Home.)
P. J. HENDGEN
. ' CALLS ATTE5TI0N TO HIS " ' ,
Fresli and Superb Stock of
O'r O O 2T O S3 ,
Recertify opened out in ' Brownrille,
His stock is all fresh and pure, and cannot fail to give
Provisions, i J
; Choice Liquors; V 5
: Tfesefved Fruits,
' ;; Groceries- of all . Kinds. '.
Jn5jieniember that Bendaen sells cheaper than any
othe: benfe in Rriwnvlllt!Ui
October 27, !So3, v4n!6yly . ;
s Mil mil
JUST SUITS THE PEOPLE. .
TIICY ARE OF EVERT GRADE,
Made of Good Stock, '
AITD OF EVERY PEICE.
And he 1 bound to Sell for Cash.
, or Exchange for Hides,
Peltry, Furs. etc. .
CALL AND SEE HIM IF YOU WISH
' TO SECURE CHOICE
... SELECTIONS. , ,
Ladies, Gentlemen and Children Jn wantof any kind
cf covering Tor the feet, nbocld not fail to co to DEX,
where they will And an immecse stock of well made
Poofs, Shoes, Gaiters, and Ladies'
Whrch for cheapness and excellence he pledges himself
cannot be surpassed in the upper country.
O. L. M'GART. O. B. HEWETT. E. W. THOMAS.
AIcGaiT, Hewett fc iTliomas,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
, AND. ."
SOLICITORS IX CHJ1XCERY.
Will practice in the Courts of NeTraska..and North
MORTON; HOUSE, r
MAIN STREET, : Vi.,
IVEURASIiA CITY, AXQX1ASGA4
T. I. GODDIN, Proprietor.
September, 29, 1Sj9. tf.
A History of all "Religions
Containing a Statement or the
Origin, Development, Doctrines
and Government of the Relig
ious Denominations in Europe
and the United States, i
! With Biographical Sketches cf Eminent Divine?,
by Samuel M. Smucker," LL. D.. Published by
Iuane Kulison, Quaker City Publiihing House, C3,
S-uth Third Street, I'hiladelphia. ,: . ; - - .
The subject of Religion and the Doctrines of sects
mast always haro an absorbing Interest for the
thoihtful observer, and a vork which affords the
desired information, in a convenient and accessible
form, at a moderato price, has been urgently deman
ded, and will be sought for with avidity, and must '.
command a large sale.
In the present work, the origin, derelopeiaont,
doctrinal belief, Church Government and peculiari
ties of over eighty different religions rest, arc trea
ted in a style clear, compendious and accurate, and
will afford all the information which might be pro
CJred with great difficulty and expense, and much
labor and research, from the larger polemical works
and encyclopedias. " ; -
Ur. Smucker has evidently prepared1 this work
ivith much care, and it exhibits great ability and
learning. The articles on the different religions are
very impartially written, and suow the caret ul study
uf an unprejudiced and sound mind ; and the im
portance and value cannot bo too highly estimated
id" such superior and, unbiassed effort in a. work of
this kind, as too of too, those pretending to give cor
rect information upon such eubjects aro prejudiced
in favor of some particular sects or denominations.
Mr. Rulison has brought out this great work in a
very handsome form, and the public is Indebted to
bim for a very valuable, instructive and useful, book.
The price, $1,00, is remarkably low for such a work,
and in order thit it may have a rapid And extensive
circulation, he will send it to any address, accompa
nied with a valuable Gift, on the reeeiptof the price
and twenty-fire cents to pay postage. ; ; '
'Mf. Rulison will send free, on application Lis ne
enlarged and revised Catalogue of Rooks aud Gifts,
containing all information relative to the establish
ment of Agencies in the Gift Book business.' Ad
dress PfJANE RULISON.
Quaker City PubludHUg House, 33, South Third
Street, 1'LiLid el phi, Fa.-...:. ) i . J.
WAR ENDED !
Great UHusii for
THE DOLLAR DEALER
. NEW VOLUME NEW TYPE.
To Pre-Emptoes ad Others. -Persoas who may
hereafter ilesire the services of the undersigned, aad
Associates; trill -please seotf to me .."' -" "T7
ilfct, A. disciipUon of the land ia contest, ',, . "..
2d. The time when tbe cases are tried at the local of
fices; koie decided ; und when sent,up.' r
31. A copy of the evidence taken.-" ' 5 ' -
Patents When Patents arc wanted, the Certificates
roust be sent to me. Tho -cot of obtaining ' patents is
By cemplyin? with the above, much time will be
saved, and the business can be better attended to.
JOHN' A. PARKER.
"VTashington City, September, 15, 1859.
Two Bay Mares in Charge
UN Monday the 27th cf June, ISoS, two men
passing by tho names of James ifiimilton and Wm.
Johnson, stopped at tbeBrotvnviHe Hoascia Brown
vi!le, N. T." having with them two largo dark bay
mares. On the 29th the men left Brownville leaving
the animals at the City Livery Stable.1 They stated
before leaving that they had taken up the horses on !
be cstrays. ' The mares arfl yet at the City Livery
Stable in Brownville, where the owners can get them
by calling proving projerty and paying all charges
connected with their keeping unless called for
within sixty days from this date, they will be held
at auction to the highest bidder.
T . - a , , , . 7ir. ROSSELT,.
.fL: !.U i R.?;kaney.:a:
Farm for Rent and Crop for Sales.
The undersigned will rent his farm daring-tbe
the winter. Tho farm is located about sixteen miles
south of Brownville contains 18 acres cf corn, wbnrh
will be sold on reasonable terms. There is lire-wood
on the farm. : , R. S. HAN1F0UI).
. September 15th, 1Sj3. -: ... 19-4w
D. J. MARTIN & CO.,
' " X : . V. ........ '
Wholesale. Retail ......
! Announce. to the Citizens, of the
NEMAHA', , . ' . .':
' RICHARDSON; - - ; V V
f AND ATCHISON COUNTY
TUA T THEY, HA VE '.
Per Steamer Emigrant,
A NE7, COMPLETE; AND
The public are now respecttuliy intormed that the
undersigned have procured from Cincinnati and put
in. operation one of IIomorA Co.'s flour mills of th
latest patent, and tho first brought to this Territory.
They were induced tor exchange their former mill
for this one, from the high character they have gain
ed in the east, and from tho. personal testimony of
millers who hare tried them throughout the Western
States, and in view of 'tho increased demand far
grinding which will exeeed that -of ; any previous
year in Nebraska, requiring a nifll that will do he
work better and quicker than any heretofore in ope
ration, .i ,-" ').:. i .. IT;-.;
In addition to their flonr mill they will keep the
Corn Mill cf.nstanlly running, ready at all times to
accommodate the farmers without detention, and by
giving their undivided superintendence to the busi
ness (assisted by their former miller, Mr.- Wells,) they
hope for the continuance and increased patronage of
their friends.'- -'1 .-
Assorted Lumber, Shingles and Lath constantly on
hand. GREEN &, 3IAUT1N. ,
. Beru Mills, Sept. 1st, ISC'J, J , ,r
a. ltfokd. j.r. noitx
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALILAND RETAIL ; -
' " ."' . Dealers iii: r,! '! r.'
fr. GROCERIES, ,
HARDWAKEi QUEENS WARE,
HATS AND CAPS',
IVails.Plows, StovcSjFurnitnre, &.c
.' . SONORA, MO.
April Oth, 1853. . ::'. -. .-' "! . 43-t
y -S IrI q y m s e 0
- i SASH DOORS,
" Shoes, .
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an execution
issued by R. J. Whitney, Justice of tha Peace In and for
the County of Nemaha, in the Territory of Nebraska,
on the 30; b of September, A; D..I869, esaiust 3. B. liar
rinston and in favor of Richard Brwn. for; the sunt of
eighteen dollars and twenty-five cents, I, i Joshua Jlo
gers, Constable of said, couuty, have levied, upon .and
will, on Saturday the 5th day of November, 1359, at 3
o'clock P. M., ofTer for sale to the highest bidder for cash
in hand, in front of the office of R J Whitney ia Brown
ville in said county, seventeen law- books, as the pro
perty of the said S B Earringtou in satisfaction of said
execution. . : . . . . . ; .. , . r
, JOSHUA HOG EltS, Constable. .
October 27, . ',vtnJ6 ;
5 VE YO UR MOXE Y JXD GO TO
WM. T- DEN,
Si! I! 10
Messrs . Crow, McCreary
Kon. James M. HuRhs,
Hon. J jhD R. Sbep'.y,
Hon. Silus Woodson,
Hon. Samuel W. Black,
8. F. Kuckolls.Esq.,
Cheevcr Sweet K Co.,
It. W. Furnas
St. Louis, ifo.
St. Joseph, Jfo.
Brownville, N. T. Oct. 23, 1S58.
LUSHBATOH & CAES017,
Wholesale and Be'.ail dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Brownville, A". T. '
.4K u.-vauv. u- li A- f a iari;e ana wei i seieci
7! I ed stock of Biwts and Shoes. Ladv'i and Gent 's
Gaiters and Slippers of every variety; also,
SiMi.scs and Chlldrens shoes of every kind that I
will sell cheaper for Cash or Produce than any other
house westof St. Louis. All work warranted; orders
lespectfullysolicited. .... ' ' ' '
The Highest Cash price paid tor Hides, Pelts and Furs,
St tbe City Boot and Shoe Store. Cut Leather kept for
Brownville, June 2d, '53. nOif-
GENERAL LAND. AGENTS,
Dealers in Coin.Uncurrcnt Money, Exchange
and Land Warrants,
Collection made on nil accessible point t. Texet paid.
and pn-mpt attention picn to all cusiness pertajug to
a tlnt class Lar.d Agency.
AOrxxs rnn rrrn
EXITED STATUS EXPRESS COMPANY, .
A safe and teiiaMe mpa-y for the transmission of
njoncy pacUafie's.' '"
Also ARentsfor the nartford Fire Insurance Company
of HarL'ord, Connecticut.
We hive remcvcl onr ofltl to thr new bnildtij on
Miiu street, n.t door to .Tajure fill's store, and
near ttc 1". S- I n-1 OtfVe.
First St., bet. 3Iain and Atlantic,
COMFORT- & TICE,
ANNOUNCE to the citizens of Brownville and vicinity
that they have rented the bakery tormerlr ownei try E.
iPorthmp, ano are now prepared tofnrnish Bread, Cakes,
jl.es, Conftctlonery, Ice Cream, Lemonade, fcc, 4c.
W. C. CO.MFORT,
Brownville, April 23, '59. 4 i tf .
deeded or iDesircd
Can he had at our Slore, and on terms as
favorable as those of, any other ..
.Produce. Trade,? and are Dctcr
mimed thereby to Give our Cus
Ve solicit "a continued and increased
patronage, pledging ourselves to spare
no pains to give entire satisfaction in
prices and quality ., ; .' ' .
; Onr AtcHison Conntj Friends '
Will find very much to their advantage to
..... j ......... . . i ..' i.
deal witKus, .
Buchanan Life and General
Ofcce eor 2d and Jcle sts.,
ST.. JOSEPH, MO: 1 '
CaAITEEKD XT T IIS LIST SE??I0S OF TUK MO. LEG
Authorized Capitol 3,000,000.
J.B.Jennings, I. Ii. Howard. J. A. Owen. Milton
Dootb. JohcColhoup. John II. Likens, W.II.Peneik,
J4mesKuy,N.J.iicAihan.A.tJ. Mansfieer. ,
, J.D.JENNINGS, Pres.
N.R.McAshax, gee'y. '. v
IS now ready to receive application forLife.Fire
Marineand Rlverrisks. A cash return of 23 pee
cent, will be allowed on cargo premiums. Lossr
promptly adjusted, and the mulfscjlitic'siTcn to
thepatrope of the office, ' - 1
ArrilKtV.lPJT, II ?1
Give us a Call,
. . And satijf7 yourselves that we have the i
: Acd are fdlicg ticm
, D. J.J MARTIN & Cd
For twonly years the "Cleveland Flain Dealer"
has been owned and controlled, Published and Ed
ited by the same individual. It has never missed a
publication day nor scratched a Democratic lickct.
It has fotiglitits tvay eicglo-handed aaicst alt cp-
position, uttil it has gaiaoJ a ratioLtU circulation
and a National reputation. From Maine to Cali
fornia the Plan Dealer is known and read, and it
never was in so good a condition pecuniarily, cr ia
better pluck, politically, to fight the battles of De
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partbulaily devoted to Popular. Sovereignty I ;
It has agf-int hih authority, dared to advecato
the right d "the peoj.le ef a territory as well as a
State, to rcgulato their domcstij institution3 in
their own w-.iy,"acd it will continue to do so against
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October 3, 13j9., ; . j
Shrubs, .Roses, Vines t .Plants, - etc.
HILLS & CO.,
' . ; ', Ageals for " ; ; '
A. Fahnestock & Sons.
AEE now canVassInjNcmahamd Iticharlsoncountlcs,
Nebraska J- and- Atchison county, Missouri receiving
orders for Fru:t Trees, Shrubs, Vinas, Evergreens, &c,
4tc. They call the attention of Farmers and others de
sireing anything in their lioe to tbe advantaces of pur
chasing supplies at their Nursery. The stock is com
plete and prices as favorable as that of any other Nur
sery anywhere, and all warranted ta be tin represented.
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ville, X. T. .... .
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Address' TOWNDROW A DAT
Editors and Proprietors, New York.
April 14,'5'J-ly .-' ; ;
A. K IIOLLABIKD & CO.,
'Machinists, Fous'ders and -:
1'iont street, "Westof Smith.
Would most respectfully inform thcirfriendsand
the public generally, that they aro now pre
pares to exocutenuoraorintneirtme,wiihprompt
ness.r JJav!ins- lately. rilnrgei thcishop and with
the increased facilities they now possess, they hope to
merit a continuation of the liberal patronage which
has heretofore been extended to them.
Saw Mill Engines of every Deseripilon.
Constantly oa haft l; consisting r,f the .Sa?h, Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears and every description cf
Jastipgs.warrantedto be well made in every particu
lar. ' - i . :. .'.".'; . v
They have also a Boiler Yard attached to their
establishment, which enables them to oversee all
work in thtt lino furnished by them, and, aro pre
pared to work on a3 reasonable terms as any other
shop in the country. "... ..
Those in want of anything In our line, would do
well to give us acall and examine our new pattern
' -Probate Notice and Sale.
NOTICE notice is rerehy itivca to all persons interest
ed that Avery Carter has been appointed Administrator
of the estate of Hugh Gerld, late of Nemaha county,
Nebraska Territory. Persons having claims azainst said
estate are hereby notifled to present them to the I'r'jbate
Judge of sail county, at Brownville, on crteforeihe
12th day of September 1S53, or they will forever be de
barred col lection; and thesaid Avery Carter is further
authorized to sell the. porsonal property belonpi.nj; to
said estate, or sufficient to satisfy all demands, at pub
lic auction or at private sale as may seem best, on tho
13th day cf Settemler lo.O.
It. J. WTTITNET, Probate Judge.
Brownville, August 21th, 7-3t.$i.
Clocks. Watches & Jewelry.
. i ;
rr, J- SCniTTZ,
n T. T.nAMM.A.AVA... . i . n ....
.. auuvuui.c w iiicuiiienj or urjwnvuie
9nit rii'init. tKn. V. 1. i ..j ;
8Jitsar5rO'WTlvi!le, andintcndjkeecitiz a full assorl.
ieut of everythinin his lineof business, which wtfl
beiioldlowforcasri. He will also do all kind ef re
pairing of clocks, watches and jewelry. All work war
ranted. . v3ni8iy '
ever and Asue Killer Will
cure ague ar.d fever, chiiu and t ever, dua.1) ague, inter
mittent andreaattcut rovers, and all the vario'is forms
oi fevers incident to bilious c'.iniates.- Lf there Js a
man, woman or child suffering wjla a?uf and J ver.
Uiey are advised to procure Dr. Easterly' Fever aud
Ague Killer, . It is zposilicc cwtspetd'j and pama
nent.. Try it. - - j . . . l . .
Plice $1 per bottle, or 6 lyt lesfor $5. , .
Ds. Easterl t, co'aer oi Thirdand Cfcestmt streets
St Iuis, sole proprietor, to whom all ord.ira must be
tildressep to set the genuine.
Sold by JH. JTAON . CO, Agents, Brownville.
ESrijr. Baker's Specific will cure
gonorrhea, stlect, stricture, etninal weakness, chordee,
diseases of the kidneys, bladder, and ail dresses of tbe
ffenita) organs. Header, have you a privcte diif.nte t
Donotneclect it. Delay U danaerout. Dr. linker' t
Specific is a safe, speedy, and radical enre. With Ir.
Baker's Specific you can ctre yourtelf, and prevent
exposure, as plain directions for use accompary tho
nedicine. Trice I 60 perbottle.
KASTERLT, earner Third and Chestnut strets
S; Louis, Missouri, sole proprietor, to -xv'nom all ordera
must be address!, to get thejeni'iaa. Sold by
3?or C?.sli rtxacl on Timo
W are prepared to. loan Lind Warrants of all sizes to
6oltleri oa sncU tiaie as they may desire Ions or short
at the usual rates.
A constant aupply of Warrants will be kept on hand
fcr sale as chejp as they can be bought elscwtere in
i Buy of regular dealers and bewire cf bo;ris warrants.
s All warrants sold try us will be guaranteed to be
(rconine ia every respect and will be exch. nged it ie
fective. Beine perm-viectly located in brownville. we can al
ways be found at tha old und a fevr doors east of the
Brownville House. ' - -
IXSHBACGII & CARSON,
? Eanters; aad Eleri ia Liind WarrantF.
JOSEPH L. BOY, '
" S A H 23 S3 IrL
f Kain .Street,
Vi'antetl at this Cilice
Weed, po,':it?n.'', "crp, turnips, pumpkins.
Three-- - . i'-
will mate up
S2.00 each. . r-yy
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' I10UT. W. FURNAS. 1
Urownville, NNT. .
ihh Mercantile firm ot Crane A Hill asnereto--foro
e.xi"3ting isthiiday dissolved by inu'.nal con
seat. , Theo!ire Hill having pur liascd ths ei:ira
interest of Merchandise, Notes and Account of Joau
Crane, the books and account of the firia remain at'
tin eld stand. No. 17 Main rftrcnt, fn ch.irgo cf i!r.
Theodore Iiiii who will adjust all unsettled buslccsf
of said firm.
' TIIE0D0KE UILLf .
Erownvillo, Juno 13th, IS j3. 5l-t
Arnold's Cornbiited CSrlntllng Mill
Corn, and Cob Crusher, and
Thrco valuable machines ia ocel This U a new ia
ve:ition, and one that ia well worthy, the attention f
tho pub.ic, the tjrntir.g portion in particular couiliu
ati jii has been proLouuced by thohO wl. have ihe allil
ia u-e to one cf the test ever ma le, aud tue great
uecf tliiscombiuaUoii will be rea.li.'y seet whea tint
fact is considered tt:at each macLiue makes a Dec.-at-iiy
for the other. TI.ls: Mi nuke a necessity fo
Spoiler, and S'oeller for a J1U1, etc. . ,
lieing adapted to the use f ihe farmer, by hone
power, as a farm imminent itscarsjly has aa eqaal ia
Jt is alsoaJ.ipted to iteara and water or wind power.
It is capabie of grinding from five to tea buihels per
hour, requiring f rota two to three horse powev accords
in? to tbe qn.iutity und quality of the wotk dane.
- It erjnds uufacietit ly Une for family use. makinvaia
perior article cf Ileal, leaving it rotiud and lively,
which is indispensable for Ilht brcaj or puddings.
Erryone will bo tst oalhed at the tfliferenee i thii
respect in favor cf the meat made in this Mill compar
er k nit inai maie in any stone mill. They have only
to m;ike the trial to be convince!. -...
It will shell flity to sixty bushels per hovr, an4 will
frimi and shell at the same time.
It will cruh nrteen to twenty bnshela of corn aiut
cob per hour, and it will crush and grind at the same
It is lisht and portable, weighlnc thre bnndred pounda
ami occupying a space of less than two feet by three
The jrlivling surfaces are vory durable, beinn mado et
iroi a haid ashardonel cat sieel, and when worn -o
cm be rep acad without the aid cf a mechanic, at tin -trilling
cosi of onedollar ard fifty cents, thus ove-vu
ing entirely the (treat objection to iron mtlia. Particu
lar attentia U called to this feature ia the Xill, as
tha difficulty of replacing grinding surfices ia Iroa
imils hcti worn out is an objection to tr.en thjt has al
ways beeu urce-1 with great foTte, aud hal had the effect
to prevent thocandj from piirrhaslng." rb.) rtr.erwlne
wo'tUhc b.i to do so. Tt.at c'ojecii' a la er.Urfy
STTty with this mill. ' -
Sailers will jj well to examine this Mill, tbern be'
ing no doubt that they m ill find it for thair lntrevt to
adopt it for a feed mill, as tbe grinding aurfaces are re
placed at a muco less ct than is retired to keep a
Stone Mill in order, t say notLiog of the great saving
In Itwtr and cost of Mi!!.
An examination of this mill Is earnestly solicited, a
itrr.n?t beseeain epeTattou fo tx? ful.'y nndertoia and
Cards of direction are attached to eich ml!!, whvfi
wil! enable 3Dy er.o t- set up and operate titai without
S'a" and county right f.-.r sile on reavnabl terrrn.
P-ice of mill complete $73. For partlculr Inquire
of TVRATVSfn, NJ. 1J Cms street, cr ad.Jrest G.
tm-rAitLi,jbtoice, 3vx, 2?o3, Chicago, Hi.
.llofflt's s Patent Ohio Tin eslier.
Tiie subscriber hae now ready several buiwrr4 cf lhe
abgvc, exctient nutchiues, V'erevr tkt Jtfwffi1
TbrLcrs hare boeh intro laced, i: U well khown
they are altogether unctiUHllcU j iod, tacre.'-re, as ma
hy lirot class reiereoces can be furni-bed 83 ma y& e re
quired. They are built of 4, 6, S, and 10 horse capici
ty, and every machine is run several hoars, and thor
oughly tested ia all its parts, before leaving oar facto
ries We bave a'so now ready for delivery SGSGHCiC SU
GAR CANE illLLS, of the most app-ovei patterns, n
alsoall tbenecossary apparatus fur tbe Pomesti': il.ia-
ufarture of Sugar arnl Syrup. We are novr prepared to
supply our customers ilil'.s cf the must cftl 'ieat
operation, at price in Su Louis at low aim Cincinnati.
Descriptions of thwe ilills aud Atparanus, aloaTre-
tiseon Sorghum rtusar Cane, and on Sugtr and Symp
making, wtil be cheerfully forwarded to all applicaau..
A tour farmers art fat learaig tie easy and Urgo
profits cf raising hiy for market, we are now making
rely to supply tbe demand tor a larire nurubtr of th.m
well established Dederkk's Paralel Lcvjr IXurse pow
er Hay Presses.
We manufacture and have constantly for sale the fif
lowinft iiiehly approved Machines:
Slby's Patented Premium (iraia Drill ; the celebra
ted Kentucky Harvester ; Atkin'a Seir-raking Reaper;
PaM's & Child's Portable Saw .Mills, PorlaDle Plonr c
Grtu Mills; Ifill Mathnery, and t Utiouary Steam Xu
ginra. and Boilers and fixtures
Orders respectfully solicited; and pamphlets with
prices, termaand foil deicriptkcs cheerfully furnished
St. Loni Aricnltarl Works, Corper Jlain pid
& -jtreets, st. Loui3, Mo.
CLARK, RICIIARSON h Ci.
ISHALI RE AVIS,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
. .REAL ESTATE AGENT,
r-VH Vitt, T.P'Mrdsoa Co.ty. JCcbraslr-:
Wi ltte pmmp itica'.i'.n to fci professional u)-
ne. intrusted to bis care in. r.icarc.-y
counties; also to the 4ra4i; fJ d 5C v
perr c.,t c. 4 '
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