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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1860)
7.0WNVILLE. JAN. 12, 1SC0.
i r r,e year, If paid tn advance, - $5.00
I , 44 at the end of 6 tnouths, i 60
. a ; . jt 3,00
abs of IS or wort will be riuulsbfd at $1,60 per
m, provided ita cub accompanies the TUer, nut
j- Tn "Nebraska Advertiser having
;b the largest circulation of any paper ia
Territory, Wholesale UerchanU in St.
a, St. Joseph, Cincinnati and other Eaat-
; markets where Nebraska merchants pur
! s, will find no better advertising medium
he Western country-CI -
ebaveon band, priatei la stiperlor style, and for
I tLep for eh, a freh supply t
irranty Deeda, Mortgage Deeds,
?rut Deed. Bond lor Deeds,
Justice. Sheriff and Constable Blanks,
Blank Preemption Papers,
Township Plats. Bills Lading.
Drafts, Notes, etc., etc.. etc.
Llch we call the e peel si attention of ttio.eui ueed.
friiiting of any and every description executed to
r in style inferior Vi Dune, produced Id any part of
cmntry. We except no Mae In tbe Wert, or elte
era, and offer specimen of our wot a at evidence.
Charles G. Dorset, of Brownville,
is, says the Nebraska City Vetr, on
'ednesday last, admitted to practice in
e Courts of Nebraska. The committee
ere highly pleased vith the result of
s examination they found him well
rsed in the pints.
:ctnrcs In Broumlllc.
The s co id of the course ur.s delivered
j Rev. T. W. Tiptox last Thursday
rening, Jan.5ih. It was humorous, and
:ry interesting. The suljct he cl o se
jrthe occasion was "Hun b ig." He il
.istratcd K'sdipcourse by numerous quo
:tions of Ir2try and Anecdotes.
The third Lecture is delivered t iis
Tliurwday) evening, by Dr. A. S. Hoi.-
. ADA r.
' On next Thursday evening, January
19, Dr. W. Arnold lectures in this city.
For the past two cr three weeks we
"::ad enjoyed mild and clear weather, and
were perfectly struck with astonishment
on reading in our exchanges that at Oma
ha, about seventy miles north of this
place, the thermometer on the 1st inst ,
stood at 20 degrees below zero, while
here, on the same day, it was several
degrees above. We were almost congrat
ulating ourself and the people generally,
that the "winter was "among the things
that Avere," . when, during the night of
Monday last, the atmosphere suddenly
j changed from mild to cold, and from cold
j to colder. The winds ran howling through
j the streets, tried to squeeze through crev
i es, and thumped on windows, which, on
I t e morning of Tuesday were incrusted
j with queer and . grotesque forms, lobe
3 1 kened to nothing that ever existed.
Weird, angular and tesstlaied shapes
; they were crystalline eriilroidi r ;
5 aud pearly net-work as varied and
i beautiful as the surfaces and phases of
i the Laleidescopes. It teas winterish, to
c me right down to a plain way of talk-
mg. a Lout ten o clock', tne sky darken
ed with frowning clouds, and when noon
came, there began a very heavy fall of
snow real, regular, feathery, flaky snow
j which soon whitened the earth, the
j trees, the tops of the houses, and every-
l thing outside. Yesterday morning, while
I jvodding through at least six inches uf
! snow down our way to the oflice, much to
our discomfort, we were half reconciled
j to our fate, in thinking of the great time
, there was for the boys with their sleds,
the enjoyment procured to the lovers
I of rport, for a ride in a sleigh, and the
j sound' of merriment and cheer of the
''tintinnabulation of the bells." With
I the snow, the moderator of the weather
? intervened, and now the cold is quite
J The Editor, on his return from Omaha,
will find on his desk a huge pile of large
4 books, nicely bound, sent him by Hon.
Andrew Johsson, of the United States
Senate. It measures three feet four
inches in height, and number seventeen
volumes, bu or them are the Congres
sional Globe and Appendix for the years
1&57.1S5S and 165S-1SJ9; ten are en
litled "Explorations and surveys tor a
.Railroad Route from the Mississippi River
to The Pacific Ocean," the leaves of which
are frequently interspersed with beauti
ful colored engravings representing trees,
flowers, birds, fishes, quadrupeds, land
scapes, etc., etc. The remaining volume
is a "Renort on the United States and
Mexican Boundary." We know Mr.
Furnas will highly value these books.
Therefore we cut short this notice, to let
him have the pleasure of thanking the
author of this handsome present.
PucIIc Sale cf Lets In Ibc Tovrn or
" GLEN" HQ CK-r ' "
Whereas, the Towtfite cf G!ca Hotk bar been
entered at the Land oCco at Drownviilo. I r the
I rebate Judge of Nemaha Count j, Nebraska Ter
ritory, trust for the benefit of lot bo.de.rs there
in, according to their several intern! and shares
therein, and whereas, all lots cot co deedod ac
cording to law Larc been forfeited to said town.
Now, therefore, I, C.W. Wheeler, IViLate Judge
of said county, by virtue cf said tnnt, will, on
Saturday, the 21st day of Janunry, A. I). 1850, be
tween th hour of 10 o'clock A'M, o'clotk 1' 11
proceed to tell for cah in Land, ail the lots included
in the following Blocks. n-wit. 5, 9,19. 23,4.1,47,
i7,Cl, 7, 71, 75, 79. 5,8tf, M, 99, 101, 107, 111,117,
1.18,48,81,113. Al.-o Lots 1, 2, 13 and It in B.
t3. Lots 2.3, 4,5. 6, 7.8, , 10, II, 12 and 13 iaWock
33, lot 1 iu ii20,L:ii2S,L5iaH40, LUin U41,
L S ia B i4, L 6 in 11 SI, LoU 1 and 1 1 ia It 11, loU
7, 3 and 9 in 11 14, Lot 1,2 and V, in li 62, LoU 1, 2
and 14 in H 70, Loti I, 2, 3,12. 13 and 11 in B 3, LoU
B.feand 13 in 11 VI, and LoU laal 2 in B 1 13. Uir
en under w.j Land January 5rb. 1S30.
C. Y. WllLELLIt, fxobiie Jaip.
Theodore Hill )
T. II. Ldward. J
No.ice ia hereby given that by virtun of an exe
catiou litutd from the Cco of the tHvrk cf the
District Court for Ncmiha County, XcbrVa Terri
tory, agninetT. II. Edward aLdin favor of Theodore
llill, for the sum of three hundred and ninety dol
lars and crenty-Cre centand ten d.illurs cost. I,
J. B. We'la, SherilTof sail Jiemaba County, bare
levied v(on,and will aellatpublio auct.on, lioiu the
door of the house where the last term of the said
court wabeld,at BrowtiTille in aail county, to the
highest bidder for cash in Laud, as thj prop?rfy ci
T. II. Edwards, to ant i-.fr aaid execution, on Satur
day tho aerenth day of January, a. P. 1SG0, at 2
o'clock 1. II., the following described real estate, to
wit : the east half of lot eight and north-cant quar
ter of lut nine in block one in the city uf Brownirillo
as deaignated cn the orieinal plat.
. . J. B. VELIS,
ShcrifTof Nemaha County, T.
BrownTjll-.Drc. 8th. 1859 n22-lt- $7.50 for fee.
Better than Gold I
Curpcutry Viatic JLasy.
Tblrtr-eulit plates, two hundred Ci?un?. The ranat
prcucl aud valuable book for (arutcm extaut. Tell
bnvr to build lUms, aod IluuseJ, BriitKet, 3lC. &c.
Trie $3; aniilc c-py $2 by tni, posipiiJbv JAMES
CUALLKN t SOK. Pl.l!aJelpUia. Afeots wanted.
Wbereaa it ba Lecn made to appear that claims are
cxistinjc asitinht tie eUte of Jolm ilvore, deceased,
Utecf Neiutha Cuuoty, NcL-rark lemur.)-. Nutue is
is hereby given thai I bare appointed S.itunt iy the Uth
d ay of January, A. D. ISG0 a the dny for the licariug of
aid claims, and ail persons bvin? claims nKinst the
aid estate are hereby not in ed to flit tfce tame at my
(jflioeon or before tbat day, or ttcy will be forever bar
red Xroru recovering: och cUitrii and from setting off
the same iu any action whatever.
iivcn under my hand this Sth day of December A D
1359. CYRU3 W. WIIKfcl.LIt.
Ordered that tbe above be putllslied six aucceosive
weeks iu the Ncbrahka Advertiser.
Brownville, Dec. 8, 18i9 -e:$7 ' .
X07ICE is lereby given to all persons interested tbat
as it appe.iro tbat there are claims agiut the estate of
Andrew J. Datr. late of Johnson county, Kebrirka Ter
ritory.decpaeed, 1 bave appointed Mi.Udj, ihe bi b ly of
March, 18C0, astheflnal day for b Pari n claim 4 against
vai4 estate, rcrson haviiic claims against ajld estate
are hereby notified to ftlethcm .at my offlco on or be
fore the said dy, or they will forever be debarred col
lection; and from teitlnt tff tie ttme in any actin
whatever. C A tiOSTIKX;
Actinz Judxe T Probate.
Oidercd that tbe above notice be published fir twelve
successive weeks iu tbf Nebraska Advertiser.
G. A. GOS11EX, A.J. P.
AnnAtiAM Max. Administrator.
JuhiiKn County, November 15, v4n20-12tf$t3
IIAXXIIML &. ST. JOSKl'lI IS. It.
Mornln; Train leave St. Joseph at - CcOO
Kvcning Train leaves - C do - 6:40
St. Joseph is reached by the Wchtcrn Sla?e Line.
Passengers savetiine and tiresome slagi.ig by thin route.
Daily connections made at Hannibal fii'ii allJEuktern
und Sonthern Railroads aud Packets.
J T D Haywood, Sup't., Hannibal.
D C Sawix, General Agent, St. Joe.
P. 11 G hoat, G. Ticket Agent, Han'lal
Tiieo. Hill, G. T. Ag't, Brotvnville.
Xovember 24, 1SS9.
E. M.McCumas, J
NOTICE ia hereby given that by virtue of an ex
ecution I5?uid troin the otlice ot the Clerk of tbe
District Conrt for Nemaha County, Nebraska Ter
ritory, ojahift E. M. McConiM and in favor of Ber
nard, Adums Uii.. for the sum ct i.,3 dollan-
and 6G cents: I, J. B. Wells. Mu-riir of said county.
have levied uivn. and on Tuesday, tho 21.h day of
January, A. I). 1SJ0, betweey , tho honrs of - tet.
u clock - A. at. and four o clock, r. i., item Uiedooi
of the houjo in which the last term of s.iid Couri
was held at Brownville in faiJ county, will soli, m
uuLlic sale. to the Lishest bidder, for tah in hand.
as the proicrty of said E. M. Mt-Conia?, to satisfy
said execution the following descri&ed Kcal-ctate.
to-wit . lot 3 block 2t lot C 1-l.K.k 2'J lot 3 block 2::
lot 15 block 23 lot 5 block 27 l.t 16 block 28 kit 1
block 37 lot 2 block 3Q lots C and 8 block fifty lot 1
block70, all lyinjrand boingin Ncru:iha('.ty.Ncbras
Wa Territory, as designated on tin original i.lat ol
said town. situated in said county of Ncimiha. togeth
er with all the improvement tlierounto belonging.
J. U. LLI.iS,
Sher ff of Nemaha Co., N. T.
Brownville, Nov. 24, 1S59.-18 lt-$7,60
We are under oblicratieus to Hon. E.
Xstabeook, the sitting Delegate in Con
gress from this Territory, for the receipt
of the Congressional Globe, and a pro
mise to have it sent us regularly during
ro:withtandinsr we are in mid-winter.
improvements are stui coins: on in
Brownville. Several houses are in pro
cess of erection.
Finey Codington for tbe nsoof 1
S. F. Nuckolls and Codington
Wm. W. Mills, "VVr. Benedict
and K. W. Fmme. J ,
Notice U hereby riven that by rii-tua of an exocu
tion isued from the oflice of tho Clerk of tho Dis
trict Court of Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory,
mninjt ni.W . Mills, and Wa.cs Benedict, and It
W. Frame, and in favor of Fioey Codington for
the use of S. F. Nuckolls and JoSni Codington, for
the sum of one hundred and filly-two dollars and
ninety cents, I, J. B. e'.lf, bhenaof aid county
haro levied upon and wiil, on Saturday the four
teenth diiv of January, 18o0, nt one o'clock 1 M.
from the door of tho Court House in which the
last tern of siil curt w.n lull, at Brown
ville i j said county, will offer and sell at public Bale,
lo the hiehest and be?t bidder for cash in hard, as
the rojerty of William W. Will?, Wales Beuedict,
and li. . frame, to satiiy saia execution the
following descriocd real estate, (and one Hore
Bower), to wit : Lois four (4 )in block one hu-idred
and twclve(U2), lot seven (7 ) In blwk eight (8).
lot eleven ( 11 ) in block one hundjid and fortvieren
(147), and lot six 1 6)in blx:k eighty-six (SG), with
an undivided third of the lot six (6 ) and undivid
ed one-third of thehonso thereon, all in tho town of
Bern, Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory, as is
evidenced by the recorded plat of said town in the
Recorder' office of said county.
Sheriff of Nemaha County, N. T.
Brown villo, Doc. 5th, n22-4t-$10 for fee.
. The members of Nemaha Valley Lodge
No. 4, A. F, &, A. M., are notified that
the next Masonic meeting will take place
at the Hall ia Brownville, on Saturday
evening January 21st. And as some im
portant business will necessirily be bro't
before the body, it is desirable that all
the members should be in attendance.
T. W. Uepiosp, Sfc'y-
NOTICE is hereby given that I, the undersigned,
J. B. Wells, Mienff in and for tho toualy of Nema
h, Nebraska Territory, will offer for sale, and sell
at Lublic auction, at tho door of tho house in which
ho last term of tho Nemaha couBty' District Conrt
of tho 2d Judicial district N T was hud atthecity
of Brownville in Netnaba county aforesaid, on the
twenty-eighth day of January, A, I). 1860, atone
o'clock, p.ji.of said dny, the following rcalcstatn to
wit.: lot number three of the ncrtbwe-st fractional
qn.iricr of section number thirty-cue and lot nix rind
seven of the southwest fractional quarter of Section
numbsr thiriy, containing in n!l rne hundred and
thirty acres more or les, together with lols number
four and five of tbe north woet and northeast quarter
of section number thirty-one, containing in all lev-enty-oue
acre: al?o the following described real es
tate, to wit: commencing at tho northwest comer of
lot number four in section number thirty, township
number tix, range number sixteen, in Aciuahaccnn
ty afor(5jaid,then'0 west Sve rod.- .thence northeighty
roils, thecco catto tbo Missouri river, thence nptbe
Missouri river to . he p!ace of banning, containing
tn acres more r less, all of which eakl property is in
the eounly of Nemaha afonsaid, and in township
numbrreix. range number sixteen, ea.st tf the sixih
princisil meridian. Nebraska Tcrriiorv. Also lot. n.
nine and eleven in block n . six: ?-nua in the town f
l'eru, in Nemaha county a foresaid, as i evidenced
by tho original reirr.rded plat cf the said place, re
corded in the recorder's ofu.'c of tat J county, together
with the improvements therein, s" of which probi
ty is taken as tao property of iiliam tdwardi,
James Emmons, and Jehu Edward, on an execution
in faverof Joseph Teagae,i-iued from the Nemaha
county Ii-trict Court cf ihc Scrnd Judicial district
Nebraska Territory, and lo mc directed as tho sheriff
of the said county of Nemaha.
Given nudcr my hand this twcafy-seTenth l.ij of
Uecemocr A. D.
J. B. WELT,
SberifT ;f Ncaaha Ccnnty.
EnwBTi!!?. Pes-If. . 4TFfI50
Sells all kinds of Goods
TIUX M'Y OTHER. HOUSE LY
THE UPPER COUNTRY.
TO PURCHASE DRY-GOODS,
TO PURCHASE GROCERIES,
TO PURCHASE PROVISIONS,
TO PURCHASE BOOTS fc SHOES;
TO PURCHASE QUEENS WARE,
TO TURCIIASE FANCY GOODS,
To Purchase Ladies Dress Goods,
tw a m
Provisioa & Grocery
O T O n. 23 ,
MAIN ST., BROWNVILLE, N. T.,
Luthbowjh 5 CarsonOld Banking Hoiue
P. J. HENDGEN
CALLS ATTENTION TO HIS
Fresh ami Superb Slock or
G- 2 0 O O 1 O
Recently opened ott in Brotcnville,
Flishtock Is all frcfh and pure, and cannot tail to give
Groceries of all Kinds.
I3llcnicmr,er that lTond?en sells cheaj cr than any
thcr hoie in ltrownvi!:-!...?
.)ctober27, I&5?, v4nlCyly
IK lOlTlI SHOES
JUST SUITS THE PEOPLE.
TIIEY ARE OF EVERY GRADE,
Made of Good Stock,
AND OF EVERY PRICE.
And lie is bound to Sell Tor Casb,
or Exchange f or Hides,
Peltry, Furs. etc.
CALL AND SEE HIM IF YOU WISH
TO SECURE CHOICE
Ladies, Gentlemen and Children in want of any kind
of covering!. the leet, should not fail to go to DEX,
where they will fltutan immeLto stock ct well made
Bocts, Shots, Gaiters, and Ladies?
VVhrch for cheapness and excellence he rlcdscs himself
cannot be surpassed in the upper country.
LTJSHBAUGH & CARSON,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS,
Dealers in Coin.TJncvirrent Money, Exchange
and Land Warrants,
Collectiontmadi on all accettiblt points. Taxtt paid.
and jirompt attention given to all outlines j-erlmiitto
a Srt class Land .?enry.
AGENTS TOR TTTE
UXITED STATES EXPRESS COMPAXV,
A safe and reliable cuiapary for tbe transmisivn of
Alsi Aaer t far the TTartford Fire Insurance Company
of Hartford, Connecticut.
We have remove 4 cnrc flVeto the new boiidinjr cn
ITain trecl, next door to 'Theodore mil's Store, and
near the r. S. Land Office.
Oct 27, 1B6C, nl6 LCSIIEACGil & CARSON'.
The public arc now respectfully intortned that the
nnderiignod have procured fmra Cincinnati and put
in operation neof IIomerA Co.'s flour mills of the
Litest patent, and the grit brought to this Territory.
They were isdajed to exchange their former mill
for this one, from tbe high character they have gain
ed in the oast, and from the personal testimony of
millers wbhavo tried them throughout the Western
States, and in view of the increased demand for
grinding which will exceed that of any previous
year in Nebraska, requiring a mill that will do tho
work better aud quicker than any heretofore ia ope-rati-in.
In addition to their flonr mill they will keep the
Corn Mill constantly running, ready at all times to
accommodate the farmers without detention, and by
giving their undivided superintendence totbobui"
ncs3 ( assisted by their former miller, Mr. Wells. they
hope for the continuance and increased patronage cf
Assorted Lumber, Shingles and Lath constantly cd
hand. GREEN MAkTLN.
Ttru M.i, nrt. l.t, lt5?.
Tiic Oncial.Papcr cr Conrcs
1 shall publish the Dily C. ' . zri the Ccr.r:3
sional Glubo, and Appendix d-r' ; the next 5f iiion
cf Congrea. The Laily Globa i - I contain a report
of the debates in both branches f CoBrtss,as ta
ken down Lyreporters, equal 1 :ist, to any cirps
of fhortband writers in this or tny other country.
When the debates of tho day do cot make more t'san
forty-live columns, they shall r "ear in the Globe
ot the next morning, which will contain, also, the
news of the day, together with such editorial arti
cles a? passing events sagjest.
The Congressional Globe and Appendix, will con
tain a report of all the debates ia ConCress, revised
by the Speakers, the Messages of the President of
the United States, the Annual reports of thehiadi
of the Executive Departments, the Reports cf com
mittees of Uongre33 on important subjects of en
oral interest, the Laws passed daring the session,
ud copious indexes to all. These will be printed
o iaduuble royal sheet in book form, royal quirto
size, each number containing sixteen pages, arcr-
aging Zfivi woras per pago. lae wuoia wm nsaae
bt ween 1,700 and 2,000 page. It is believed tbat
n j book has ever Lean t nbliibed at so low a rate.
Last year I advertUod. in tho Daily Glebe for six
months, and in about one hundred other news;
jKirsia thi United States, a reward to any persuuof
two hundred and forty-five dollars, who would pro
duce a book published ar so low a rate, and none
was produced. The large number cf topics Bub-a.-ribed
for by Congress enables mo to afford ths de
bates to subscribers so cheap.
The Congressional Glohe and Appendix pass free
through the mails of the United Sutes, as will be
necn by reading the fallowing joint resolution pas
sed by Congress August 6, 1S52 :
Joint Resolution Providing for the Bis
tibution of ihe Laics of Congress and
ihe Bcbates Thereon:
With a view to the cheap circulation of the laws
of Congress, and the debates contibuting to the true
interpretation thereof, aLd to mke free communi
cation between the representative and constituent
F.e it resolved by tho Senate and House of Repre
sentatives of the United States of America in the
Congress assembled, That from and after the pres
ent session cr Congress, the Congressional Globe
ami Appendix, which contain the Laws and th; de
bates thereon, sha.ll pass free thi-gh the inaih, so
long as tho same shall bo published by order of Con
gress: Provided that nothing herein shall be con
strued to authorize tha circulation of tho daily
Globe, free of postage.
Approved, August 6, 1852. '.
For a copy cf the Daily Globe 4 months $3,00
For a copy for a less timo (per month) 1,00
For a copy of tho Congressional Glebe and
Appendix during tho session 3,00
Uank notes current in tho reetion of the country
where a subscriber resides will be received at Far.
The whole or any part cf a subscription may be re
mitted in postage stamps, which are preferable to
any cunrency except gold and silver. Where Bank
notes under $5 cannot bo procured 1 will send two
copies for $5. ,
A paper will not be sent unless tho money accom
panies theordcr for it.
I cannot afford to exchange with all the newspa
pers that desire the Globe, but I will send tho dai
Globe during tho Session to all who 3hall publish
this prospectui threo times before the first Monday
in next "eccmber. Those wbo publish should send
their papers containiaing it to me, marked with a
pen, to direct attention to it. The Congressional
Glubo and Appendix wiil bo stereotyped, and there
fore, I shall ba ablo to send the back numbers f r
this session to all .who may subscribo after the ses
sion commences j but if the first edition shall have
been exhausted before the subscription money is re
ceived,I hall charge ono dollar additional per copy
to pay the expense of putting tho plates on the press.
Subscriptions should reach ms as early as the firs'
week in December, to insure complete copies at ih.
prices advertised abete.
JOnX C. RIYE3.
Washington. October, 1S53.
November 3, 1853. '
NEBRASKA. CITY, A ERR AS EA.
T. I. GODDIN, Proprietor.
September, 29, 1S59. tf.
A History of .all Religions
Containing a Statement of the
Origin, Development, Iloctrincs
and Government of the Relig
ious Rcnominations in Europe
and the United States,
With Biographical Sketches of Eminent Divines,
by Samuel M. Smuckcr, LL. D. Published by
Duano Kulison, Quaker City Publishing House, 23.
South Third Street, Philadelphia.
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and in order that it may havo a rapid and extcniuvi
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Mr.Iiulison will scad free, on application; his nevi
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containing all information relative to tho establish
ment of Agenci23 ia tho Gift Uok business. Ad
dress DUASE RULISOX.
Quaker City Publishing House, 33, South Third
Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
I hereby caution all persons indebted to the late
firm of Green, Sprinkle & Co., alias, Sprinkle, Daker
k Green, egainst paying any debtc, notes cf hand oi
bock arcounts accruing to said firm except to myself,
from my oflice about a year ago, and as yet I hav not
and cannot get any satisfaction as to the disposal of
tho collections. LEVI SPULNKE.
WE aronow in receiptor our FALL GOODS,
which comprises everything a GENT, or LADY i
likely to want. We invito our friend, and tho pub
lic generally to COME AND SEE US, as we will
not be undersold for cash.
October 20th. 1350. 15-tf
We Will Purchase Wheat
As money is scarce, we will pay in goods for wheat
65 cents per bushel : and for flour $2,75 per hundred
pounds. We will furnUh sacks for wheat and re
ceive it, either at our btore in Lrownvillo or at
Mclvin's Mills. D. J. MAItTIN & CO.
lirownviile, Oct. 20, 1853. nol5-tf
S-1VE YOUR MOXEYAjXD GOTO
WAI T DEN
mi mm in
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Brownville, X. T.
TT t Q Vim- rtV II VTI t-rr- in.! vail c!t.
TX?3 cd atockof Boots and Shoe, Lady' and Cent.'s
r i Gaiters and Slippers of every variety; also.
1 V Misses and Ctildrens shoe of every kiud that I
will sell cheaper fr Cash or Pnwiuce than any otter
bouse west of St. Louis. All work warranted ; orders
Tbe Uishest Cash prkepaiJ fr TTMea. Pel's and Furs,
it the City Boot and Shce Store. Cat Leather kepi (oi
Brownville, June 21, '59. n49jf-
a. LTyonn. j. t. nous
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1 XaiIs.iioT, Stovs,FurnIli;rc, &c
Afr!!9tb,16:S. - 43-t
Great Etusli for
J J. MARTIN & CO.,
7 'Wholesale' & Retail
2Z S3 -l Zi SS R S,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Announce to the Citizens of the
AND ATCHISON COUNTY
THAT TIIEY HATE
Per Steamer Emigrant,
A HEW, COMPLETE AND
deeded or Desired
Can be had at our Store, and on terms as
favorable as those of any other
House in the West.
THE DOLLAR DEALER
TVe Do a Casli, or Exchange for
Produce Trade, and are Deter
mined thereby to Give our Cus
We' solicit a continued and increased
patronage, pledging, ourselves to spare
no pains to give entire satisfaction in
prices and quality.
Our Atchison County Friends
Will find very much to iheir advantage to
deal triA n.
Give us a Call,
And salisfryour&elve3 that we have the
And are selling t oeui
D. J. MARTIN. & CO
NEW .VOLUME N EWT TYPE.
For twenty years the "Cleveland Hain Dealer"
has bcea owned and controlled, Pubiiahtd and El
ited by the same inlividaal. It has never r.ijsed a
rublicat: :n day ntr scratchel a Deczocratia Ticket,
it Las fuuhtiu W3y sins'-e-b&nded evinst all tp
positk.n, until it has gained a National circulation
and a ational reputation... From Jlaine to Cali
fcrr.ia the I'l.ia Dealer is known and read, and it
never was ia so ood a condition pecuniarily, cr In
better pluc?c, poU.ically, t f ght C Unlet f D
mora:ythaa now. i or tbe cooing jt&r it will be
particularly devoted to Popular Sovereignty!
It has a-ainst fcia authority, darei to auvocite
the right tf 'the people of a territory as well aa a
State, to regulate their domcstio institutions in
their own way," and it will continue tj df saaia't
said hijjh authority, "tha world, the f.esh bd i :l;e
det il.'" Against ail Lecompton Consatatioa?, slave
codes, and the re-opening of the Slav Trade, this
Pajfcr is devotedly dedicated froa this time, heacs
t'orth and forever 2
'Come one, coiao all I This rock slall tj
Frem iu trtx Imo as soon as 1 , . , .
Besides the current News of the Day, tbe Flain
Dealer will contain in each number a TALE, Cor
respondence from a host of Contributors, and Ttl
graphicReporta from all parts cf the World.
Tho Commercial Department will be undsr the
solo charge of James Drckenshire, Esq.; who is ac
knowledged to be one of the Jbest market reporters
it the country. " ' -
The Lcal Department will be presiJet! ever by
that original and laughter provoking genius, "Arte
mus Ward, Esq.," whose Letters, Jokes, Oddities and
Quiditie?, are alone worth tha price of the paper,
la short wo are prepared to present one of tho Iks:
and neatest and cheapest family N'ewjpapers ia t
West. - v . ..... .
Single Subscribers, per year, - - $1 50
f0r six months, 1 Cd ;
Clubsof Ten, per year, ' - - - - 15 C3
All over Ten Copies, to one PostoCce, I 0J
To ea h getter up cf a Gab, ono Copy Extra.
Post Masters are requested to act as Ajuzits
Douglass Democrats are expected to act
as agents and to lose no time in getting eery lo
lievcr in Popular Sovereignty, no mitter to what
party he may belong to take this paper. Ntfw is the
time to bestir yourselves preparatory ta the next
Thoso who want an account of the openiat: of
the New Congress, the organisation of the New
llousoof Representatives (which will be a protrac
ted and rich affair, a majority being "Opposition,")
the President's Message and Reports of the depart
ments, will commence their subscriptions December
First. The new Volume will commence January 1st
AU payments to le in advance.
J. W. GRAY, Cleveland, Ohio.
, ORITALIENTAL TREE3.
Shrubs, Rosc3, Vines, Plants, etc.
II ILLS & CO.,
A. Ffllmestock & Sons.,
TOLEDO ' NURSERIES,
ATtK QowcanvaHslngXemabaand Richardson counties,
Nebraska; and Atchison county, atUiouri; receivlai
orders for Fruit Trees, Shrubs, Vinos, Evergreens, &c,
&c. Thej call the attention ot Farmers anj others de
sireing anything in their line to the advantages of pur
chasing supplies at their Xursery. The stock is com
plete and prices as favorable a that of any other Nur
sery anywhere, and all warranted to be as represented.
Orders can also be left at the Advertiser cmce Brown
ville, N. T. - " .
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by T. J. ?TIITE, 8c CO , Brownville, X. T.,
To Pse-Emptors axd OnirRS. rcrson who may
hereafter desire tho services of tho unrfertifned, and
Associates, will please send to m
1st. A description of tbe land in contett, .
2d. The tint when the cases are tried at the local of
fices ; Aoto decided ; and when scDt cp.
3d. A cojiy of the evidence taken.
Patests When Patents are wanted, the Certincates
most be sent to me. The cost uf obtaining patents is
By cemplyln? with the above, tnnch time will be
sated, and the butlness can be better attended U.
JOHN A. PARKER
ras'U:n;ton City, September, 1$, 1S53
THE LAST CALL.
I hereby once more notify those indebted to me
that they can liquidate their indebtedness with
corn potatoes, or almost any kind of produce, at the
highest market price, in lirownviile. This request
is made because I am in debt injscii, nd need
mney, but can make use of corn.
Heretofore tho excuse with thoso owing mo has
been, that they cannot raise the money, I now in
form you that I will take produce; I hmtc you
can r"e that. Such an arrangement will be taken
as a great accommodation under present circum
I wi.rh to be accommodating, but I repeat, this is
TII ELASTIC ALL. JESSE XOEL.
Brownville, Nov., 10, 18 j?.
. ar.r.li-atitifi fc.i kfpn nurtn to fli Prrhtl
Court of Xemiha County, Xebraki Territory, for tie
appointment of Genera! I druimstrator of the eute t
Henry Gtdier, decead. late ot said county, n .tice is
k.r.hv cnvpii tn ail whnni it mv Civnirn. tt.iit Katnr l.ir
tbo ZSlh day of Jjnaaiy, A. I)., ISM, at 10 o'clock, is
the time n:i for tbe hciriai uf said app!icit;un at niv
oftlce, in lirownviile, in sjid county, when and where
ail person ft interested are requested to atprar arwlthow
cause by David Gwyun should not be appointed as said
Given under my Land t'ii 9ih d.iy of December,
ci lit a iv. ut.t.ua, rruoaie jiiute.
MONEY ADVYCED OjY
PIKES'S PEAK GOLD !
We will receive Pike's Peak Gold ant advance
Eioney upon the same, and pny over balance cf proceeds
as aoon as Hint returns are nai. in an cae. we win
exhibit the printed return of the United States Mint,
i f Assay office.
ILSIintXGII & CARSON",
BULLION AM) EXCHANGE BROKERS
- a 7? rP :
From all le..; r j if t:t.'i .'ry : .-:r. 1 , it
popular Art lss:it:i!i-a, (ri..-v ,1 1:.- ..b yc-sr.) ate
::ig rc.eirei ia a ratia ui.jin.:: i i:a Hi cf ay
Ar.y pirtcx msy ln-ie s mtmltrby l...- ; t
: "R-fcich will! t; '.it: t last j r
l3t.-Tie beauMfl rr-rav-, ": ilts-
pera ana t.i I'uzr.di.'
2X-Ac:rycft3 f.rr r.Uj il!--trr:;-I
Jciri;al, ess j i-r.
3d. A I'ree fceoa .luia'j-.a ta - Galls-
nes. 51S, Broadway, i.'ew Vcr
In ai.'.litl.in twii:b Me.vi uuDjr-4 Ti.av" Ti"t-rt
of Art are ien to l ;,-criberi an premiums. coiipriMiaj
choice Pjiatirzj. 8calpiBrs, Oul.Ii.es, k;., by ar
Aineilci!? Fvreisu ArUsta. - .
Tliesurerb rnrivi.':-, vhuj rttry iutfribr fl'.l
lecelve Immediate:; on twt:;'. -t sufccf vt.a.eii:i;U4
' 'Shalispsaro and hlz'Txizzlz, .
s cf a chsricter ta (tire un p '-. a r tid
f .tcioo. 'u wurk cf e":l "vii'ia f eer ter-re plr
m i .hia re j-h cf ti re.pis itv-h 1 vn e, 'Itf i cit. -
vna i ' f very larse iro, printtd a ty p ill
p: cr. 3J by 3i IrLe, unliiit 12'. r?:;c. i ,-Tr.;.c.ei
i..:i:3for the wails cf i:her te ;..raiy, i-.-.r c
Itcia be sent toanypa-tcf te c--':r'-T, ty rvil. w', ia
safety, belli? packed ia a cj li:. V-r. t".C pi e-i j 1.
Tiiuk of it I S'-ch a work ue-irere-l fr ol tlMTfe,
and the Jrl Journal, cne jear, f-r f.'irf? 4ollart !
SubscrlpU.twa w.il be ro.eived cnul U eveu'.oi .f
TuetnUy tfce J1U of Jii;tJ7, at ws'.lu t.a e the
books will iicse, ind tlf eaiium be fi veu to seu.f r
berj. Periocs wiiirj tofaru duts win srp:;fjr a circa sr
cf tarm. i.c. -
The beaati.'n':; Llui'Titel Art 3nrrl. riix tn'
particular!, will be tea: 0:1 rc-eipt .t 13 ceuu, :.a4
- AlressC V ActciryC A. x.
.. . . 613 irii iii, i.. july,
saiiorlptlon a. so re-eivel ty
Briwaville, S.T., and vicUlfy.
, Peru Chair Factory,
The underipned, bavin purcbaM the Chs.r act
Cabinet shop lately owned ty T. II. iUrshai!, te k:
metliod of Informing tLe public lh: they ara Dow irt- ""
pared to All order f t r aU k!ud cf furuitu-e, ;b it
Chiirs. Ubles, ttsndj, bdntead, bu:ci.t, cr.b,
crtdies, lounies, etc., e-c , ci'.hcr at huic; vr-ra
tail) as cheap as can b9b -;;.t at -ir other e!i . iiii
mentlathe wet. TLebeit of crr.u lunitoran4 tr.ai
mlo;s ccDstant!; on hsnJ, which will cnt:e ua to til
order for evCas at short notice.
w"e have attached oar thop a itoo.1 Jlurse Power rJ
Turning Lathe, and we are prepared U do aiy tiiiiip
tioaof turulrst from a Ctair It up j a Sisr Jlili.r
Chairs and Farnitaie cf all kin:s repaired in tht 1mI
H.B. Corn, Whenf, Floor, Dry Goods, Groceries. Lum
ber and produce of all kinds, Hcutf riot exepte-i. .
kea In exchange for work or goods. Web.pe by utr-.ti
atteutlon to business to merit a share of pujiu pttron-
?e. has SDicr i.
Peru, Xebraiks, Xovembr 21. tio9.
The copartnership of It.iper St TTesto. a heroto'ore
eiistioK, ar.d trmstctinj buainets at Pawnee Rau.h ,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Pordycr Sopor
having purchaiied the entire Jnterct of J. B. Weston,
will remaia at the oi l tfind and will nJtn all nc tat
tied business of said flrci. FOHUTCS Ri;s:t, .
j. . wlstux.
Pawnee Eancho, Xvs 21, ISiVco -1 . . ,
Arnold's Combined Grinding I1H
Corn and Cob Cruil:cr, nal
Three valuable machine la one t This 1 anew la
vuntlon, and one that is well wor;Ly the atieutUnuf
the public, the farming portion l particular comtlB
ation has been prono jnctu by thoe who have trie UAl
in use 10 one of the test ever made. aid the irrrit val
ue cf this combinatiou will be rejdi.'y seen wtm the
fact Is considered that ect naduae makes a fee sii
for the ether. Thus: a if ill rukes a necs: f jr a'
Sheller, and SheKer for .a ili;!, etc.
lieiuj adapted ta the ue it the firmer, by tone
power, as a farm lEpleinent It scarcely has ao c 4a.it U
It Is also adapted to .trim anj water or wlud townr.
11 is capaoie 01 Rrioaicj i:ua nve to ten bufclH ;r
hour, reauiringfrom two to three ho.-e im er. 101:1 d-
tng to the quantity and qaailty of the work d ne.
It grindi sufflcieutly flue for family use, uiakiu a u-
perior article tt Meal, leaving it round and "Ifely,
which is iadipeuable for JUht bread or pudiUai.
Everyone will be astouUhcd at the dl.Terence in this
respect in favor of the well made in this AJiil otnip w
ed with that mado in any stone mill. They have on';
to make the trial to be convinced.
It will shell titty to sixty bushels per hour, and n 111
grind and shell at the same ti:ue.
It will crush flficcn t twenty bushel of com and'
cob per Lour, and It all! crush aud gnad at the na..
It isliht ar.d portable, wciihin ihrehunjred pjar! ,
and cccupylus' sace ct lets lhau tw feet i t tires
Thegrind'.ns surfaces are very dursble.beir, ms-leet
iron as hard at hardeueil cast ateel, and whea woru o-u..
can be replaced without the aid tf a mechanic, at it .
trifling cost ot onedollar ard fifty cents, thus orercoti J
ing entire!; the great ebjecttou to iron mills. Particu
lar attention Is allet tn this feature it. the ill, as
nulla when worn tot u i,. 01 ,vi;fl-.Vx IXlFZL'..-: '?
ways been urnei with great foice, and baa had !). cUumi
to prevent thousands f 'om purctii.iuz. who ('tliurTvi,
would ba glad to do so. That objection is euti.'e Cou
,mv wlih thia mill.
Miliers will do well to examine this Still, there ba-
ing no doubt that they will Audit for their interest v
adopt it for a feet mill. the grinding aurfaoi.s r re- .
placed at a much le Cost than is required to Le4 a
Stone Mill In order, to say nothing of the great aaviug
in power and cost of Mill.
An examination of thiamin is earnestly solicited, a ,
It must be seen in operation to be fail; underatowl and
Cards of direction are attached tn eich mill, whicli
will enable any one to ict cp and opeiale thcu wlJiout"
Rtate and county rishts fr.r s tie on reasonable term. .
Prlc of mill complete $75. For ptrtcciart Inquire
of K. ItAWO.V, J'. C'act tlree.. or aikiruta O.
SnEPABP, PastLface, Bex, 2ioS, Chicago, 111.
JloKlfs Patent Ohio Thresher.
The subscriber have now re-sdy si' vera! hinn.'i cl of the
sbove eicollciit m-ichiuc. Wherever thou U'.-rst's
Tbtether h.tvo beeU introduce !, it 14 c! 1 khot'n that
they ar altoKeiher uui!iualied ', arid, tbercfjie. a ma
ny flrt clan relet ecu' can be furcUhcd a m'j t'j re
quired. They are bui.tof 4, . 3, and 10 Uk rapaci
ty, aud every machine u run tetirl hour, a:i l ih r
ouhi; tested ia all ita parts, before IcavU. i ar factu-
Wo have a!o now rta ly fur delivery SOP-GllCif SU
GAR CANK HILLS, ul the ci jat v?rotd pi tcrn. an t
Uo:i the necesnary tpparalu for the Pouicati-: il iri-.
ufactareof Sugar and Syrup. We are u.r prtiirrd t t
supply our cuatouieis with iliil of tin m,i ( rM-.cnt
operation, at prices la Sr.. L-jui a low a in Cincinnati.
He-criptions of thee Mills and opj.-anci. a'. a T.-ea,-
tie on S'rghum uar Cjbc, au i u Snsrir :nl iiyruj
making, wl.l Le cheerfully frwjrde-1 tuail appuranta.
A our farmers are fast learning the ear uulla-ie
proflts of raiding hay for TMrket, we are nmr nuking
ready to supply tt e d m:inl f..r a large niirul er f lb;-
well establnacd Uedciick'a 1'aralol Lever IXotttpw
er Hjy Pre!ei.- t , s
We m inuf aetcre aiKI bve on-:a;tly for sala the fol-
lowins hiunly pprvd MarLinm: . . .. .
Selby's Patented Praiuliitn Cri.a Drill! tlie clcSra-
tcl Kenturky Harvester; Alk:n' Self-rakios; 1tper
Pace's & CLi: t's Portable Saw Mill. Purt.if.ie funt
Grint ilills; Mill JIaclvuory, and itationar; t atnLti-
gmes, ana lioiier and fixtures
Orders resLe-ful!' olM'ce' 1 - ai! pamiihlots with
price. ternraudfuli deriptiots cheerf ally furi;iUed
gratuitonsly. i , . ,
St. Louis Arrieultirt! Works, Corner MUcn Bid-
die streets, it. Louis, lit.
CLAEX, UlCIIAUSOiV A C).
Por Caoh. Axad ou 17;lzxi o
We are prepared to laan Iirid Warrant or all t
settlers on utt time as they may de.ue i jnu or L:rrt .
at the n.ual rates.
A comtant (QcdIv af Warrant, will La krnt on hmj
for sale as cheap as the7 can bo bought elaoa tere lit
Buy of rejTilar dea'ers and beware cf bo;;-i warrants.
All warrants solfi ir us wiil be euarr.tf l 10 be
geoninela every reipcct and will be exch. i. j ed if de
Being permanently locate In Brownville, vi al
ways be found at th'S old uud a few djrs cs-st of the
LCSIICAlGil & CAKON',
Banker, and Lteaicrs in Laud Warrants.
Who Wants a No. 1 Farm?
One can le had for a small sum cf
The un:err?nel Is authorised c!I on faro-a!
terms a mont excellent piece of land, timiro u niiiea
West nf Brownvil le a tbe great route tt Ft. Karney,
Gold Mine, 4tc. T3e tract ctritaiD 3"-0 acres. 61 acrr
of which i fine timber thronsh which run a livlns
tream of tk watrrr, ar.d on which i several tie: lent
springs. 69 acre tn-ier cultivation, two g.od Comfort
able log houses stid ordinary out fcr.ilJin;..
r. vr. vrxsT.ts.
XovIt, '15 At A1ver".ir (rr.ee.
An Improved raim '
FOim SAILS. .
A very valuable and !cirabie lnitrovet firm itate
1 l-2nnlei lt m Mrownv'nie and 1 1-2 fro7i ei!iiha
City, can be had or very favoraMe term. It coinnu
of li4 acre; 40 act r-s unler cultivation; 24 a.ie lu tim
ber; g xl well; stcci water, and gKl frarrf t.oute
The stock 2 joke cf oxen. 7 cs, aid 1 yoai g cattle.
the farm implements, and household ft rnitnre wiil t
told with it if tie- irci!. A rare ippnt"r.iir is hre pre
sented. Enquire .-vf K. W. Faruas, at te .,ivert.vr
oCV-e. Brownville. X. T.
N'ov 17. '.V nlJ
Auction! Auction!" '
T. G. SJafoese
Offers Lis services to the citizen of Kctraha ar.l
the adjoining counties a gfnerhl anctiirver for tl.-
sale of real and jrvnal i.rcj'crtT.io., ii. ilo nnj
be found it Ja." V Lite-v' o?.c.
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