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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1859)
BHOWNVILLE, NOV. 24. 189.
rr one vcar, if paid in advance,
of U riore wil1 furnished at $1,60 per
nm provided the cau acconipauiei the rder, nut
Vy- The "Nebraska Advertiser'' having
aCh te largest circulation of any paper in
e Territory, Wholesale Merchants in St.
U ui8i Bt J086?11' Cincinnati and other East-
markets where Nebraska merchants pur
'vase. will find no better advertising medium
tie Western country 43
iohave on band, printed ia superior style, and for
.cheap l"T cash, a fresh mpply t
u nrranty Deeds, MortftaRa Deeds,
" Trust Deeds, Uonds lor Deeds.
Justice, SijerilT end Constable Blanks,
lilank Preemption Papers,
Township Plats. Bills Lading.
Droits, Notes, etc., etc., etc.
.i.i. li we call the esrecial attention of those in need.
m r i'i"Cof any and every description executed to
'..grin a Hyle interior to none, produced In any rsrt of
'. if c. untrv. We except no office in The West, or elee
. .cre, and tTcr specimens of our work evidence.
pil Road Meetings.
We are pleased to see our citizens
raking up on the Rail Road subject. On
j,s-t Friday evening a spirited meeting
as held in this city, and participated in
ly most of our leading citizens. On
Tuesday another meeting was held, at
which the committee appointed to ascer
;ain the business of this point reported.
ee proceedings in another column.
We learn that Jonx A. Ponn, the en
t rpriing- Front street Merchant, is mak-
arrangements for the erection of a
j c?w and large store room on Main street,
between Front and First. The business
of the place requires it, and we are glad
) ia sec Mr. Ponn branching out.
I Larc Business-
As a member of the committee ap
! piled at the Rail Road meeting to as-
artain the business of this place the past
I year, we were very greatly surprised to
Cud the footings run up so high. As
!;n instance, we will mention that a
j ingle' house in this c.ty paid out the past
year fur freights exports and imports
eighteen thousand nine hundred and
eighty-two dollars and forty-eight cents.
treat. Republic Monthly.
The November issue has just reached
us, and is unusually interesting. "The
first Blood of the Revolution a National
Hbtrieal Drama in three acts," repays
t refusal. "Seven years in ye Western
ji:,d" is yet a feature in the "Republic."
- I ait i
Boys' and Girls' own Magazine.
The December- No. of this jiweuile
monthly we have. We are free to pro
nounce the "Boys' and Girls' own" a
must interesting, moral, high-toned, and
useful periodical for the little folks.
Tonus, "75 cents a year; Wru. L. Jones,
Publisher, New York.
Our city schools will commence on
Monday next under the care of T. W
TiPTOs'and T. M. Talbott. The pre
wnt term will be free to all in the Dis
trict of every grade in advancement. It
i essential that all scholars report them
selves at the commencement, that they
nay be assigned their proper places.
Brlngyour Gold Dust to BroTviiYlllc-
LtsHBAtcn & CAnso.v, Bankers of
this city, have made arrangements and
are now prepared to receive and forward
fold dust to the U. S. Mint. They will
also advance money on the same. Their
facilities for communicating with the mint
sre unsurpassed by any other House in
the West ; and if miners consult their
interest, they will return from the mines
to this point, where they can secure imme
Cosmopolitan Art Journal.
The December No. of this artistically
rotten up quarterly is upon our table. It
is exceedingly interesting. The fine
large steel plate engraving illustrating
tie old nursery story "this little pig went
to market" is from a painting by Mrs.
Lilt SrrKcrit. A mother has her little
ne upon her lap, telling the story of the
''little pig" on its toes. The expression
is very happy, and the story read at a
Term of Subscription. Every sub
scriber of S3 will receive in addition to
lhe "Art Journal," a superb steel engrav
ln& "Shakespeare and his friends," and
aticket in the distribution of several hun
ted valuable works of art, paintings,
sculptures, outlines, &c.
Rumors are afloat of considerable dif
ferenco in the English Cabinet, in rela
tion to the Chinese question, and there
appears to be a probability of a split.
Lecture on Civilization.
A. Godfbet will lecture in this place
on Saturday evening next; Subject, Civi
lization. See advertisement in another
On the first page is a very interesting
"little story," under the head "newspaper
puffs," to which attention is called.
More Douglas Delegates.
The States of Maine, Massachusetts
New York have already elected
their delegates to the Charleston Conven
l!o&i and from each a solid vote will be
for the gallant Illinois Senator. New
Hampshire will follow next, and she, too,
11 be for Douglas. On the 19th ult.,
Carles Stevens of Dover, and R. S.
bster, of Barnstead, N. IL, were
(hosen. Both decided Douglas men, and
e Convention- unanimously endorsed
nator'a Douglas course. Great enthu
la the late election of delerates in
iladelphia, to attend the Pennsylvania
"te Convention, the Douglas Democrats,
carried sixteen out of the twenty-four
arls. The Government officials with
vast amount of public patronage in
31 city were arrayed against the Popu
lar Sovereignty Democracy. No use.-
uc people rule, let the earth rejoice!
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an or-
dtr made by tbe Nemaha county, District Court of
Nebraska Territory, at the September term. A. D.
135i, thereof, that I w ill o2Vr for ?ale, and sell at
public sale- to the highest bidder for cash in hatd,
at the door of the house in which he tart term of tha
said Court waa held at Brownville in aid county
of Nemaha, ou Monday tho 12th d.iy of Dcctember,
A. D. 1859, at 4 o'clock r. u., of paid ?ay, tho fol
lowing real cstato to-wit: lots no eleven and twelve
in block no. thirty-nine, in tho City of liiownville.
Nebraska Territory, as is evidenced by tho recorded
plat of the said city of Brownvillc, the said order
being made in the case of F. L. Gold.bery, ajaintt
John McDonouh, in the said court, wherein the
said Oold.;bnry f oreclosed a certain mortgage against
the said Mebonough, and upon the said proj erty,
to satisfy which murtgngeand the sum due the said
order was made.
Given uudcr my hand the third dny of November
J. B. Vv'ELLS,
Sheriff of Nemaha county, N. T.
Brownvillo.Ncv. Z, IS59. 13-lt-$12,00
Alexander Fergimt and Joawili Yer'jHt
NOTICE is hereby given, thnt by virtue of an or
der made by the Nemaha connty, District Court, of
Nebraska Territory, April term, A. V. 1S59, thereof,
that T, J.B. Well., Sheriff ot sail county, will of
fer for sale, and sail at public auction to the highest
bidder, for cash in hand, at the door of tho iu u?e
in which the la-t term of the District Court was held
in Brownville, in said county, of Nemaha on Mon
day the 12th day of Dec, a.i. a t four o'clock
pm, of said day, the following decribci Iteal-cstate,
to-wit: commencing at tbe !outh-east corner of the
south-east quarter of section No. 31, in township
No. five, of rangs No. 16, cast, thence running west
one hundred and si ity rods to the south-west, cor
ner of said quarter, thence north fisty rods, thence
east one hundred and sixty rod?, then;c south Mxty
rods to the place of beginning, contain: sixty acres,
and apart tf the above named quarter section, the
said land being in Nemaha county, Nebraska Ter
ritory, the said order being made in the case of Wbj.
Thurbur against Alexander Fergus & Jwnnnah Fer
gus, in the sail conrt, wherein tho said Thnrber
foreclosed accrotin mortgage again.'t the said Al
exander Fergus and Joannah Fergus, upon said prop
erty to satisfy which mortgage, and tho Eum due
thereon, the said order was made.
Given under mj hand this thirl Jay of Novem
ber, A. V. isyj.
J. B. WELLS,
Sheriff of Nemaha county.
Brownville, Nov. 3d, 1S59. nl7-4t-$7 50
C. F. KlCKETS )
NOTICE is hereby plvon that by virtue of an ox
ecution issued from tho office of the Clerk of the
District Court of Nemaha county, Nebraska Terri
tory, against Charles F. Rickets, and in favor of
Walter W. Hackney, for the sum of One hundred
nd seventy dollars and twenty-sevtn cent, I. J. B.
Wells, Sheriff or Nemaha county, Nebraska Terri
tory, have levied upon, and, from the door of the
house where the last term of .Court was held, in
Brownville, in said county on Tuesday the 13th
cay of December, D. A. 1859, tt one o'clock, p. M.,
will sell at public sale, to the highest bidder, for
cash in hand, the following jtroprrty, to wit: tho
north half of tho northeast quarter, and the south
east quarter of the northeast quarter of section
twenty-seven, town six, north of Kango fifteen, east
of the sixth principal meridian, containing one
hundred and twenty acres, as the property vl' said
Charles F. Rickets, in satisfaction of said execu
tion. J. B. WELLS.
Sheriff of Nemaha County.
R. C. liERGER, Deputy Shiiff.
Brownville, Nov, 10th, IS09. nol7-4t$7 6'J
Sheriff's Sale. "
William S. Hal,
Aid Line J
NOTICE is hereby given, that I, Isaac Irwin,
Sheriff of Johnson count, will, proceed t ) sell at
public sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand,
from the door of the house in which the last term
of the Johnson county Nebraska Territory District
Court was held, in Tecurcpsch in said county of
Johnson, on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1859,
at three o'clock, r. w, of said day, the following
real estate, to-wit : tho cast half of the 83uth-east
quarter of section No. fouitcen township No. five,
north of Ran je No. eleven, east of the sixth prin
cipal meridian in Johnson county, Nebraska Terri
tory, taken as the property of Abel Lino in execu
tion in favor of William S. Ila'.l, issued by and
from the Nemaha county District Court of said
Territory, and to me directed, as the Sheriff of said
county of Johnson.
Given under my hand this third dnj of Novem
ber, 1859. 1SAAO I WIN,
Sheriff of Johnsou County, N. T.
-4t-Nol7 $7 50
ettcr tlian Gold!
The Missouri Republican
Published Daily, Tri-Weekly & Weekly
GEORGE KNAri, )
n. paschall, Proprietors.
JOHN KNAPP, )
No. 11, Chestnut Street, St. Louis, LIo.
Termt of the Republican.
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Tri-weekly, ( n aUvance)
Weekly, (in advance)
M'eekly, not paid in advance, invariably
To clubs of five lai lies
To cluls of six Tri-Weeklles
To clubs of fourteen Weeklici
J3"VaDjs, Lost aed Found, Bearding, for Hent, and
Removals, will be charged fifty cents per square ol
ciKbt lines or less, for first insertion, and twenty-five
rents for each additional one without alteratiou.
OXK SQl'AUiJ, eipht hues or less
three times on first or fourth pago
one week " "
" two weeks '
" three weeks " "
" Oouc month '
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three months " "
" six months '
" twelvemonths" "
JTj"All advertisements required t le kei t on second
page, charged as new each day, and on third papo an ad
vance over stated rates.
jr3"Advcrtisements required tote displayed, or set in
large type, charged double rates.
jTransicnt advertisements must be paid for in advance.
THE LAST CALL.
I hereby oneo more notify those indebted to mo
that they cau liquidate their indebtedness with
corn potatoes, or almost any kind of produce, at the
highest market price, in BrownTiile. This request
is made because 1 am in debt myself, and need
money, but can make nse of corn.
Heretofore the excuse with those owing mo has
been, that they cannot raise the money. I now in
form you that I will take produce; I lnow you
can rait that. Such an arrangement will be taken
as a great accommodation under present cirenm
stances. I wish to be aeoommouating, but I repeat, this is
THE LAST CALL. JESSE NOEL.
Brownville, Nov., 10, 1359.
Lost Land Warrant.
Notice is hereby given that after six weeks publica
tion of this notice, application will be made to tae Com
missioner of Pensions for a duplicate of I.nnd Warrant
So. SC,4G6 for 160 acres, fitted April 19. 1S03. Usacd to
Roswell Austin, a caveat bavins been filed ir, the Gen
eral Land Office against the issue of a Patent, the said
warrant bx ins been lost. ROSWELL Al'STIX,
October 27, 15o9, 4nl6 By K. A. WRIGHT, Att'y
TAKEN' TP by he undersigned, on this 8th day of
Xovember, 1S59 one small brown horse, all four of bis
feet white, large white tpot ia the forehead, saddle
marked, long tailed and l w carriaged, su'lposl to be
eight or nine years old. The "wncr will find ss id borse
at my residence rear the Little Nemaha ferry, Nemaha
connty. N. T., and have bim br paving all clarccs of
advertising. ' JACOB BOZABTU.
November Sth, 1S59. n!3 ...
Of all kinds, for sale at this efilce.
Sells all kinds of Goods
THE UPPER COUNTRY.
TO PURCHASE DRY-GOODS,
TO TURCHASE GROCERIES,
TO PURCHASE PROVISIONS,
TO PURCHASE BOOTS & SHOES,
TO PURCHASE QUEENS WARE,
TO PURCHASE FANCY GOODS,
To Purchase Ladies Dress Goods,
to Hill's 1 1
Provision & Grocery
& T O H. 33 ,
MAIN ST., BROWNVILLE, N. T.,
Lushbaugh 4 CarsonOld Banking House.
P. J. HENDGEN
CALLS ATTENTION TO HIS
Frcsli and Superb Stock or
Recertify opened out in Brownville,
His stock is all fresh and pure, and cannot fail to give
Groceries of all Kinds.
?C"Reniember that Jlendsen sells cheaper than any
other botie in Brownvillc!3
October 27, 1853, v4nl6yly
DEIS IBID SHOES
JUST SUITS THE PEOPLE.
THEY ARE OF EVERY GRADE,
Made of Good Stock,
AND OF EVERY PRICE.
And lie is bound to Sell for Cash,
or Exchange lor Hides,
Peltry, Furs. etc.
CALL AND SEE HIM IF YOU WISH
TO SECURE CHOICE
Ladies, Gentlemen and Children in wantof any kind
of covering for the feet, should not fail to po to DEN,
where they will flndan immcnte stock of well made
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, and Ladies1
Whrch for cheapness and excellence he pledges himself
cannot be surpassed in the upper country.
D, L. n'QABT. O. B. HEWETT. E. W. THOMAS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS LY CHANCER Y.
Will practice in the Courts of Ncbraska,and North
Messrs. Crow, KcCreary ScCo.,
Hon. James M. Hoshs,
Hon. John R. Sbeply,
Hon. James Craip,
Hon. Silas Woodson,
Hon. Samuel W. Black,
S. F. Nuckolls, Esi.,
Cbeever Sweet & Co.,
R. W. Pnrnas
St. Louis, Mo.
Nebraska City, N. T.
Brownville, N. T. Oct. 23, 186S.
GENERAL LAND AGENTS,
Dealers in Coin.TJncurrent Mone7, Exchange
and Iand Warrants,
Collections made on all acccttible poiutt. Taxei paid.
and prompt attention ?iven to all cusiness pertaing to
a first class Land Apency.
AGENTS FOR THE
VSITEB STATES EXPRESS COMPANY,
A safe and reliable comply for the 'transmission of
monej packages. .' ...
Also Asenls for the Hartford Fire Insurance Comany
of Hartford, Connecticut.
' MAIN STREET, '
NEBRASKA CFT Y, ZVERRASEA.
T. i: GODDIN, Proprietor.
September, 20, 1859. tf.
A History of all "Religions
Containing a Statement or the
Origin, Development, Doctrines
and Government of the Relig
ious Denominations fa Europe
and the L'nited States,
With Eiograpbical Sketches of Eminent Divines,
by Samuel 21. Smucker, LI. D. Published by
Duane Ilulison, Quaker City Fublithing House, 33.
South Third Street, l'hiladolphia.
The subject of Religion iind the Doctrines of sects
must always have an absorbing interest for tbe
thoughtful observer, and a work which affords the
desired information, in a convenient and accessible
form, at a moderate 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, dcYclopetnont.
doctrinal belief, Chnrch Government and peculiari
ties of ever eighty different religious sects, are trea
ted in a style clear, compendious and accurate, and
will afford all the information which might be pro
cured with great difficulty and expense, and much
labor and research, from the larger polemical works
Dr. Smucker has evidently prepared this work
with much care, and it exhibits great ability and
learning. The articles on tho diflcrect religions are
very impartially written, and show the careful study
of an unprejudiced and souad mind ; end the im
portance and value cannot be too highly e3timated
of such superior and unbiassed effort in a work of
this kind, aa too often, those pretending to give cor
rect information upon such subjects are prejudiced
in favor of some particular sects or denominations.
31r. Rulison had brought cut thia great wcrk in a
vory handsome form, and tho public is indebted to
him for a very valuable, instructive and useful book.
The price, $1,00, is remarkably low for such a work,
and in order that it may have a rapid and extensive
circulation, he will send it to any adJress, accompa
nied with a valuable Gift, on the receipt of the price
and twenty-five cents to pay postage.
Jlr.Sulison will send free, on application, his new
enlarged and revised Catalogue of lktks and Gift?,
containing all information relative to the establish
ment of Agencies iu the Gift book business. Ad
dress DUANE KULIriOX.
Quaker City Publishing House, 33, South Third
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. -
To Pbe-Emptors and Othebs. Persons who may
hereafter desire the service of tho undersigned,, and
Associates, will please send to me
1st. A decription of the land in contest,
2d. The time when the cases are tried at tbe local of
fices ; how decided ; and when sent up.
3J. A copy of tbe evidence taken.
Patents When Patents are wanted, the Ccrtinoatcs
must be sent to me. The cost of obtaining patents is
By cempljinK with the above, much time will be
saved, aud tbe business cat) be better attended io.
JOHN A. PARKER
Washington City, September, 15, 1859.
I hereby caution all persons indebted to the late
firm of Green, Sprinkle & Co.,aiias, Sprinkle, Baker
A Groen, against paying any debts, notes of hand or
bock accounts accruing to said firm except to myself,
from my ofEee about a year ago, and as yet I have not
and cannot get any satisfaction as to tho disposal of
the collections. LEVI SPRIXKE.
WE nre now in receipt of our FALL GOODS,
which comprises everything a GENT, or LADY is
likely to want. We invite our friend?, and the pub
lic generally to C05IE AND SEE US, as we will
not be undersold for cash.
D. J. MARTIN i. CO.
October 20th. 1350. 15-tf
We Will Purchase Wheat
As money is scarce, we will pay in rjoods for wheat
65 cents per bushel ; and for flour $2,t 5 per hundred
pounds. We will furnish sacks for wheat and re
ceive it, either at our Store in Brownville or at
Melvin'a Mills. - D. J. MARTIN & CO.
Brownville, Oct. 20, 1859. nol5-tf
Tho public are now rcspecttully intormed that the
undersigned have procured from Cincinnati and put
in Operation one of IIomcrA Co.'s flour mills of the
latest patent, and thetirst brought to this Territory.
They were induced to exchange their former mill
for this one, from the high character they have gain
ed in the cast, and from tho personal testimony of
millers who have tried them throughout the Western
States, and in view of the increased demand for
grinding which will cxeeed that of any previous
year in Nebraska, requiring a mill that will do the
work better and quicker than any heretofore in ope
ration. In addition to their flour mill they will keep the
Corn Mill constantly running, ready at all times to
accommodate tho farmers without detention, and by
giving their undivided superintendence to tiie busi
ness (assisted by their former miller, Mr. Well?,) they
hope fur the continuance and increased patronage of
Assorted Lumber, ShfDgles and Lath constantly on
hand. GREEN A MARTIN.
Peru Mills, Sept. 1st, 1S59.
J. T. HORN
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HATS AND CAPS,
Kails.Plows, StoveSjFurniturc, &c
April 9th, 1858. 43-t
Notice is hereby Riven 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 30th of September, A. P. 1359, against S. B. Har
rington and in favor of Richard lirown, for the sum of
eighteen dollars and twenty-five cents, I, Joshua Ro
pers, Constable of said county, have levied upon and
will, on Saturday the 5th day of November, 1S59, at 3
o'clock P. M., offer for saieto the hi. eh cut bidder for cash
in hand, in front of the office of R J Whitney in Brown
ville in said county, seventeen law books, as the pro
perty of tbe said S 11 Uarringiou iu satisfaction of said
JOSHUA ROGERS, Constable.
October 27, 1S59 v4nlS
SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GO TO
WM. T- DEN,
Wholesale and Ee'.ail dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Brownville, JV. T.
pff ed .
We have remove our office to tbe new building on
JTiin street, next door toTheodore Hill's Store, and
neur the V. S. Lih1 Offlre.
Oct 27, 1S56, n!6 LL SUBACGH Jt CARSON.
HAS NOW ON nAND a large and well select-
stock of Boots and Shoes, Lady's and Geut.'s
alters and Slippers of every variety ; also,
ses aud Cbiblrens shoes of every kind that I
will sell cheaper for Cash or Produce than any other
house westof St. Louis. All work warranted; orders
The Highest Cash price paid for Hides, Pelts and Furs,
at the City Boot and Shoo Store. Cut Leather kept for
Brownville, June 2d, '59. n!9jf-
First St., bet. Main and Atlantic,
COMFORT & TICE,
ANNOUNCE to thecttizens of Brownville and vicin: y
that they have rented the bakery formerly owned by E.
iPorthins, ana arc now prepared to furnish Bread, Cakes,
j&es. Confectionery, Ice Cream, Lemonade, Sec.. &c.
W. C. COMFORT,
Brownville, April 23, '59. 44-tf
Buchanan Life and General
Office cor 2d and Julcsts.,
ST. JOSEPH, JiO.
CHAITEEF-D AT THK LAST SES3IOX OF THE MO. LEG
Authorized Capitol 3,000,000.
J. B.Jennings, I. K. Howard, J. A. Owen. Milton
Booth. John CoThoun.Johnll. Likens, W.II.Peneik.
James Ka T, N. J. Mc Aihan . A . G. Mansfieer.
J. B. JENNINGS, Pres.
N . K. McAsriAN, See y.
S now ready to receive application for Life. Fire
Marineand Riverrisks. A cash return of 25r ce
cent, will be allowed on cargo premiums. Losstr
promptly adjusted, and the usual facilitiesgivcn to
April 16;b, 1857. 41
(Kreat Mush for
D J. MSRTIN & CO.,
Wholesale & Ectail
33 IE3 Ha 33 32. S,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Announce to the Citizens of the
AND ATCHISON COUNTY
THAT THEY HATE
Per Steamer Emigrant,
A HEW, COMPLETE,' AND
THE DOLLAR DEALER
MOT MS 9
Beady Made CiotMiig,
Needed or Desired
Can be had at our Store, and on terms as
favorable as those of any other
House in the - West.
Wc Ilo a C'asli, or Exchange for
Produce Trade, and arc Deter
mined thereby to Ciire our Cus
We solicit a continued and increased
patronage, pledging ourselves to spare
no pains to give entire satisfaction .in
prices and quality.
Onr Atchison Connty Friends
Will find very much to their advantage io
deal with vs.
Give us a Call,
And satib'j yourselves that we have tae
C3r 0 O
And are telling them
D.J. MARTIN CO
Brownville, August lit 1859.
NEW VOLUME NEW TYPE.
Fot twenty years- the Cleveland Flain Dealer"
haa been owned and controlled, I'ubliihed and Ed
ited ly the same individual. It has never m.??ed a
fiuh'.ioation day nor scratched a Democratic Ticket.
t haj foujht its way single-handed against all op
position, until it has gained a National circulation
and a National reputation. Fpua Maine to Cali
fornia the PI ia Dealer is known and read, and i:
never was in so good a condition pecuniarily, or ia
better pluck, politically, to fight the battles of De
mocrs.cy than now. For tho comiug year it will bj
particularly devoted to Popular Sovereignty! t
It has against high authority, dared to advocate
the right ot ''the people- of a territory as we'd as a
State, to regulate their domestic institutions in
their own way," and it will continue to do soagainst
said high authority, "tha world, tbe flesh and the
devil." Against all Lccouapton CwWitution?, slave
codes, and tke re-opening cf the Slave Track, this
Paper is devotedly dedicated from this time, hence
forth and forever !
"Come one, come all ! This rock shall fly
Prom its firm base as soon as 1 !"
Besides the current News cf the Day, the Tlam
Dealer will contain in each number a TALC Cor
respondence from a host, of Contributors, and Tele
graphic Reports from all parts of the World.
Ths Commercial Department will bo uader tho
sole charge of James lirokcnshire, Esq., who is ac
knowledged to be one of thkbcst m.irkct reporters
it the country.
The Local Department will be presided over by
that original and laughter provoking genius, "Artc
mus Ward, Esq.," whoso Letters, Jokes, Oddities and
Quidities, are alone worth the price of the paper.
In shi rt we are prepared to present one of tha beat
and neatest and cheapest family Newspapers ia the
Single Subscribers, per year, - - SI 50
" for six months, 1 00
Clubs of Ten, per year, - - - - 10 00
All over Ten Copies, to one rostodice, I 00
To each getter np of a Club, one Copy Extra.
Post Masters are rejnested to act as Agents
Douglass Democrats are expzeied to act
a3 agents and to loso no time in getting every be
liever in Popular Sovereignty, no mitter to what
party he may belong to take this paper. Now is the
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Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Plants, etc.
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April II, '59 It
A. 13. HOLLAMKD & CO.,
Machinists, Founders anil
Pront street, "West of Smith,
ould most respectfully inform thcirfriendsand
the public generally, that they are now pre
pared to execute all orders in thcirline, with prompt
ness. Having lately enlarged their shop and with
the increased facilities they now posse?', they hope to
merit a continuation of the liberal patronage which
has heretofore been extended to them.
Saw Mill Engines of every Description.
Constantly on ham': consisting of the Hash, Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears and every description of
Ja.stings,warrantcdto be well made in every particu
lar. They have also a Boiler Yard attached to their
establishment, which enables them t oversee all
work in that line furnished by them, and are pre
pared to work on as reasonable terms as any other
shop in- tho country.
Those in want of anything in our line, would do
well to give us acall and ex imine our new pattern
Clocks, Watches & Jewelry.
Cktifl rii'initv tl.t l.n V - . l . i . .
rV . f Tlvr-xrm -wy i I 1 i-k r,,l . 1 : L i ,
dMtfta wijw mc, duuiuicii'ij ht-iiiii n nui a a son.
hie lit of everything ia hw lineof business, which will
beaolJ low tor cash. He will also do all kin ff rc
pairirjffof clocks, watches &n jewelry. All worSwar
BSTFcver and Asue Killer-Will
cure ague and fever, chilis and lover, dumb aeve, inter
mittent and remittent fevers, a'id all the various ft.rnis
of fevers iiid '.ent to bilious climates. If there is a
man, woman or child suffering with aque endj'ver,
they areadvibed to procure Dr. Latterly' Vever and
Aue Killer, lt is i positive ciiretpeedj andpirrna
nent. Try it.
Plicc $1 per bottle, or 6 bot.Ic for $5.
Dr. Easterlt, corner of Third and Che Wnnt streets
St Louis, sole proprietor, towhuiaall orders must be
addresser to pet the ccnuine.
.Sold by J. H . MAUN & CO, Ajrpni s, TJrowDTil.
girDr. Baker's Specific tfiii cure
ponorrhea, ?!eet, stricture, seminal weakness, chordee,
diseases of the kidneys, bladder, and all disease of the
Renital organs. Header, have y;u a jirivate diaense ?
Do not neglect it. Delay U d-inrierotii. Dr. B iker's
Specific i a safe, speedy, and ralical enre. With Ir.
Baker's Specific you can cure yourself, and prevent
cxpsure, as plain directions for u.'O accompany the
medicine. Price M 60 per bottle.
TT"Or. KA9TERLY, corner Third and Chestnut strets
St Louis, Missouri, sole propriet"r. to whom all orders
must t e addrcssod, to Kt thcgcnci.n?. Sold by -
For Caeli cmd. 021 Timo
We are prepared la loan Land Warrants of all hi7.es to
settlers on such time as they may desire Ijns or short
at the uual rates.
A constant supply of TTamnts will be kept on har-d
for sale as cheap as they cau be boa'ht elsewhere ia
Buy of regular dealers and beware of boii warrants.
All warrants fold by us will be juaranfprd to be
(ttooinein every respect and will be exch; ngei if de
fective. Bein5 permanently located in Brownville, we csn sl
Wiys bo found at the oM stand a few doors cast of the
Banker, and Dealers in I-and Warrants.
JOSEPH L. ROY,
:el s s
RROWM ILLE, TV. T.
City Marshal's Sale.
Notice is beret y eiven ut.to X L il Koy, Iswc T Jt'h yte,
E R Pegram. O H V.'ilcox. City of Krownviiie, Nemaha
County, and ail others wlioi-i it may cnteru. H it I, J.
YT. Coleman, the Mar bnl of the ci:y ct Browr.ville, of
Neraiha county, in Nebraska Territory, will as said of
ficer, on, to wit : the twentici.ii day it December A D
1S.)3, at ten o'clccic A M of the i.iid day, sell the fallow
ing described real estate, to it : the eai half vt Lot
No. one, in Block No. one, in the said city .r Irowa
ville, a is evidenced by the recorded plat of the said
jilai-e, to the highest bidiler for cah. tho said sale he
ln? made in acxrdance wi:h and under section tkird of
a ordinance pnssed by.the said city on the 13th day of
nay, 1So9, aud f jr the pnrp jjtj of piyii!i the esenses
tf irratlin; and pavin? and c.irbin and puttering the
sidewalk on Main street of said pure, ia front of the
laid lot as the :id ordiuauceretiire, the said expeu
ies amountiug to the sum of tweotv dollars.
J. Y. Cni.EMAN. Ci v :djrh..l.
Nov. 10, lf03 n!S
Fifty-fourth Vohiir,C'-- ' .cin- zitUk
January Number lbOO.
L. C.1YL0I5D Cl.ISK, Dr. J. O. Tvv YESr
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KUUT. Y, FURNAS.
llrownviHe, S. J. '
S m a -
Tilt. .Mercantile lirin vi Cr.uio A Hill uiOc.-eU-'
fore existing U this day dis-stdved by loutual ect
sent. Theodore Hill having iurch.iseJ the eTif?'
interest of Merchandise, Notes and Account of Joan
Crano, tho books and a-x-ount of tho firm ren.ain it
the old stand. No. 17 jrain Street, in char - tl'f;-!'
Theodore Hill who will adjust (ill unsettled bus tcti
cf said fira.
TIIEUDOKL' UII.L,; '
Brownville, June 13:h, laj?. bl-C
AriiuItl'M Combined Grinilini; 31111
Coin and Cob Crusher, anil
Tlirce valunble machines In oie ! Tliis is ,mi"r ir.--ventinn,
arJ one that Is well w..rthy the attcnriori r
the rub!:f, the farminjr pirticn in particular; ront iv--ation
has been pronMUiiced by tbosc wlm have ttie Jtl 1
in use to one of the test ever ma!p, and tl.e ?Tal va -ue
of t.'iis comMuation will be reiliiy seen when ttr'
fact is c:usi'lerel that each m.irMne makes a nec sitr
f.r the other. Thus: a Jlill makes a neces.-ltj- f.jr t
SheUer, and Sheller for a Mill, e!c.
Bein? adaptcl to the uc of the farmer, tv .!it rt
power, as a farm implement it scarcely li.u aieiv.al '.a'
It is also adapted to steam and atcr or ind pi er.
It is capable of grinding from five l ten b-i tip- pr
hour, requiring from two to three Iwrse po ver. arciird
inz to the luaniity and fjnalify of the or d'ne.
It grinds sufflcieui ly f.r.c I t family ue, rr. iSinx a su
perior article if Mi-al, leaving round anl lively,
which is ladif-pen 'nb!e fir liht bread or p-id l ny.
Everyone will be asruiii.-lied at the d::iV'enrc in thli
respect in favor of the meat made la this .Mill coT. )i--
ed with that nude In any stnc null. Tr-.cy havo en!
to mate ;ne iriai to tie o.nvn:cea.
It will shell fl.'ty to ilsxy lcj,iie!i per hn'r. wit'.-
crind aud shell at the same ti:;ie.
It wil I crush, fifteen ti twen:y ttwhc'i of ci.rn a'nl-
ccb per Uour and it will crusU aud griiid at the si;t-'
It Is litfht andportjMe. welMus thre hun Ind poundi
and occupyics a space at les tan t'vu feet by Crco
Thecrind'.ns surfaces are ve-v u.iru'. !e, hei-iz madeet
iron as hard as hardened rust steel, arid when Wi,r3 n-n
can be replaced without the aid of a mc lianh-, at frJ
trifling cu-t oi one iio:;.ir av.i r.rty cents, thus ?.v , n
in f entirely the preat fibJtTti to irun nni:s. J' irtica.
lar attention is cj! led to tlii's fcitore 1'. '.lid if;Il. at
the difficulty of renlacinz erirnlin" nirf.Kc in Irun
mills wHcu Worn cot !s an ot'iccilon t thcr.i that ta?
ways been urxed with preat fon e. andhaj had the eS'.'U
to prevent thousands fiom purihain4, w ho .tl.crw.
wot Id be glad to Uo ft. That U jii.tioii is entirely uo
away with this mill.
Millers will do well to Tinutn tti Hill, ttir- 1
iu? im uuuoi i.jiii uiey w i.i una il ror itn-ir in'.c-rext
al"pt H for a feed mill, as the grinding mirta'-tt r re
placed at a much less c.ist th.iu is rc'i'iiri' i to kPJ a
Stone Mill in order, to say nothing cf the ;;rp,t nrir,
in powtr and cst id Mill.
Au examination of thm uill U earnetlv ' licte.!. .
itmu.-t be seen iu oper;io:i o U fully u-idi rct jvi an I
Cards of direction are attached t ejcii ciill, wti-jfr
will euahie any one to ct up aud operate tiicm witfi jut
State andcouaty riphts for si'.e on rcasonible terms.
Price of mill conipicte $73. lir partiralar l' niro
of K. ItAWSOX, No. 13 Ci" street, or addresi O.
SilKTAUD, PostuCSce, H x, 2:V, Chlcsj 111.
nojvi - i
Jlomi's Palcnt Olilo Tlirchcr.
The subscribers live now tumIt neversl Hundred (t!.
above excellent inacmiifS. Wherever tfce-e -Miiri'i
Thrc-hers havebcea Inrrod'tred, it is we.l ih' wo iht
they are altogether uwfiullcd; and. therefor, -bii-.
ny ilrt cl.i rcferemcH can be furnished as my 1 e re-
tuiied. They are br.iiti,f 4, 6, 8, and 10 horse capaci
ty, ana every machine i run several tuura, a d tbor-
onsliiy tested iu all itj parts, before I avin o ir f; c.'v-.
V.'n hnrn alar n.Wf rA:n'v t..r iU. ? i- fit i C. Tf f
GAI1 CANK MILLS, of the iii:t ;i proved pitu c..
alsoa'.l the necessary apparatus for the Dn;ea'-ii Man-.
uiacnire oi susararni ryrup. n e a.f ai prepare! io
supply ur customers with Mills ot the uu st id icnt
operation, at prices in St. Lonis as low asiu Cincitctati
Ie4 Tipiinus of these Mills and ApparaBus, in. so a Trea
tise on Sxirsansi Misar Lane, and mi Miit.ir and Srno.
makini;, wi.l le cheerf iUy forwDrd.d to all ppl:ci'.nt.
As our farmers are last learum; tua gasy aivilaru
priflts of rai dnx luy f.r marlct, v.-e are now luik.ui
ready to snpply the de-iiand for a lare n nnKr tf ihoo
well est.ih'.hed Uedeii'.'k'a Taraic! Lever IIoreT;iv
er If jy Presses.
Wc manufacture a ivl have c instantly for eaio the fol
lowir.R highly approve! M' hirie-:
Se'.Sy's Patented Premium tJrun Prill; the c?.cbra--led
Kentucky Harvester; Atkin's Seir-ra'u,? Keiper;
Paso's . Child's P.irtaole Saw Mil!., Portable Fl- ir Jt ,
Grist Mills; Mill Mai Linery, anditati mury S. eaU En-.
rinn.ar.ii Kiii ;pr ami v. tiures
Orders respectfully soiiciico; an l pinij.a.eM wrn
prices, terms andlull de:criptioi:s cheer fully furn.sUedt
St. Loui AsricuUtiral Works, Cruor iLce Si
flle hii eels, st. Louis, Mo.
CLAtE, UICIIARSON.-t. Co,
nolvl Pi-i priei : rs.
mm r " -r t it T i rn w 'www
ATlUKiMil A I LAW,
REAL ESTATE AGENT, :
Tails tMty, Eichard3on Connty. TTetn il;i.
Wi ! sr ve prit.iipt at eriu u to all profession.! busi
ness intr '-ted to Li care ia Rich ar-Uwti and j i. . i:: nz
c -iints; to t!ie d.j-vi.-; of de Is, j-re-f n ? i:r
pe-s; Lc.. c. M'r J3.- "i? nlS-'-cr
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