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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1860)
THE ADVERTISER . iic sale cr Lots in o Town or us otter than Gold !
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5R0WKVILLE JAN. 19, ISGOi
; rororttyear, if pid inadvance, . - 5.00
.. " " " at me eud of e months, t.bO
! ,i i "it a oo
I c'u pf or ,orc wi:l b furnished at $1,50 per
BaBt, provided the cah accompanies the order, uot
rj The . J ebraAJtA Advertiser havinz
'-nca tbe largest circulation of any paper in
Territory, Wholesale Ilerchants in St.
. - i .. ...
,-uii, cl. josepn, Wincmnau ana otner JJast-
trn markets where Nebraska merchants pur-
vj.o. will una no Deiier advertising medium
i3 the Western country .-CS
r hve n band, printed in superior atyle, and for
ic cheap I,,r kn' PI"7 or
rerr&nty Deeds, Mortscag-e Deeds,
Tmt Deeds. Bonds lor Deeds.
Jue. shflrijf and Constable Blanks,
. OJlanK .freemption x'apers,
' Township Plata. JBilla iadicp.
j Drafts, Kot-es, etc., etc., etc
V nhieti wecsll tho especial attention of those in need,
i Printing of any and every description executed to
rrin a tyle Inferior to none, produced in any part of
f.onntrr. We excrpt no ofHce iu the West, or cl.e-
r ti, oJcr specimens f our work a evidence.
:o Correspondents and Friends.
Oa our return we fuid upon our laLle
i huje Pe f letters requiring: to t'e an
irered. We will attend to them in turn
mJas expeditiously as possible. We hope
at friends will "bear with the brother's
Whereas , tbe 7vwrsite of Clen R-ck Las teen
entered at the Land oflija at Browcrilie. by tho
IVubate Judge of Nemaha Ccuntv, Nebraska Ter-I
fiiory, m trust ft.r the benefit of lot bolder thero
in, according to their several intemts aiid shares
therein, and whereas, a!! lets not now ilccded ac
cording to law Lave been forfeited to said town.
New, therefore, I, C. TV. Wheeler, I'rct at Jnd-e
of said countr. br virtue of said trust, will, on
Saturday, tho 21stday of January, A. I). 18C0, be
tween tho hours cf 10 o'clock A M, and 4 o'clock P Jl
proceed to sell ftr eah in hand, all the lots included
in the following; Block. to-H it . 5, 9, .9, 2.1,43,47, ,
57,61,67, 71, 75, 79, VZ, S3, 103, 107,111.117,
1.10,49,81,213. Also Lots 1,2, 11$ and 1 1 in Ii.
13. Lots 2,3, 4.5. C, 7,3, 9, 10, 11, 12 nnd 13 in illock
33, lot 1 in li 20. J. 7 H23.L3iuH4i). L 6 in 1141. !
li o in D 54, L 6 in 11 53, Lots 1 and U in U 46, loM
7, 8 and 9 in li 14, Lf.ts 1.2 and t. in D 62. Lot 1. 2
and 14 in li JO, Irttl, 2.3,12, 13 and II in li fl.Lnta
8, & adJ 10 in li 94, and Lots I and 2 in D U8. Giv
en under my Lund January 5th, lftJO.
U. W. AVuLtLLli, Prolate Judre.
Jan. 5.18eo.-3t 1
IIHH ' HHH
lectures In BroTrnvllle.
- The lecture last Thursday evening", was
eclirered by Dr. A. F. Holladat. Sub
Vct Causes of Disease." The Doctor
riodcstlv apologised for the subiect he
hd selected it might not be so interest-
r 7 as some others the most beneficial
ris not always the mot pleasing peo-
j.!e generally preferred swallowing Pork
to Castor-oil. But every man and woman
should study the laws of health ; they
light aroid half the pains they now suf-
Vr. He said there was u.uch conncc-
il with the Causes of Disease that was
': t profound mystery here was a fine
fox research, and for the student of
rience to accuire fame. Some cf the
peases most common in cities were conv
:ratirely rare in rural districts, and
! ce versa : new; countries, where there is
r.ore or less stagnant water, and where
lore is always much sod decaying, were
:,ore liable to certain diseases than when
icy become older. Owing to ignorance
;. the laws of health, he said, nine tenths
the houses in Nebraska were built on
!.e most unhealthy spot of the quarier
rctiori on which they were located.
The attention with which the people
Vened to the lecture showed that they
;-re highly pleased with the discourse
Dr. W. Arnold has promised to lecture
lis (Thursday) evening.
pVe.aro pleased to find on our return
:e usual indications of progress in the
tay of improvement, in Brownville.
ice we left here, Dr. Holladay has
:.mmenccd the erection of, and has now
arly enclosed a nee, large, two story
i-siuess house on the corner of Main
si First streets; Strickler Sc Bos
:kmas have completed their two-story
isincss house on iNIain street; trie large
iree stcry building of Judge Whitney
hich was unfortunately blown down a
months ago, just before being en
:ed, is again, through the Judge's in
LmitahlA nprseverance. on its teet in a
tir way for immediate completion. J)r
has completed and moved into
is nptr.. two storv brick residence in
rguson's addition. It is a fine build
and we hope to see many more such
reeled the ' ensuing season. Berry &.
are erecting another business house
?xt to Den's Shoe Store: and a number
i new residences we notice in various
rtionsof the citj'.
; la our advertising columns will be found
announcement of the American House
st opened bv Peter G. Hewdgeit, who
-s made himself so popular and agrees
? as a business man. since his location
this city. He has recently purchased
Nebraska House and has had carpen-
-s, plasters and paper hangers busy for
'veral weeks past in renovating the en
e concern from top to bottom, until it
'now as good as new and most admi
'-bly arranged for comfort and conveni
: :e. We hope Mr. Hejtdg ex may meet
'h that encouragement to which his en
trrrize and fitness as a Hotel keeper, so
'--'.y entitle him.
' Just now an abundant supply of ice is
:ng put up by our citizens, both for fam-
use, and for tale next Summer. The
this season is of a superior quality
1Ty, solid, and clean. The julips, cob
"stni"sich" must be provided for.
the 14th of next month St. Val
" tine's day there will be given a Hoi
t !y Ball at the Worraiton House in
f orrahoa by Mr. Robert Wright, the
f rrietor. Those wishing to enjoy fun
ahe acconuaodated by going out to
halloa. -Go in."
i L M. jomrsou", LL D.,
3rSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofllce at U. C. Jobnsou'a Law 0f3ce,
Street, between Main and Water,
A.Uendgeii & Miss Lusk,
jLLlXEES AND DRESS MAKERS,
I irst Street, bet. Main and Water,
KEW PICTORIAL EDITION.
1500 Pictorial Illustrations.
VTebare just iitiucd a orw(?Jition cf Wc-bttcr's U
bricV'ed I'ictiuiiar) , coiitaiuiirp liO I'jcIl:1:1 lllLtr-
tiuot beautiful lyeaeeuted.
9,r' lo 10 COO SEW WORDS in the Vocabulary,
Tulle of srxOXTMS. bj Prvf Cooarich.
Inwbirh m re tban two tbt-nsanj w.rds are cre!n!1y
discriminated, forming fuller work i n 3:i clit.j S no-
rymt, f itelf. tbau tur otber lsttied, lei'le Ciabb,
aud believed in advance cf that.
Table, tiiriner Pronunciation vf Xartet cf SCDO
tlitiiniuhti Pertamcf Zlodcrn Tw ei,
PecuUar esc of W'vrda and Tonus in tbe Bible,
With other new Fealvrn. torjtlher iritk cllihe mailer
Comprised In a Vol.oflT50 pages.
W'e have seen peciiiifn t-beetof tbe PiPtrial tl!r-
tratiuiix. Tbey are well ext-t utec. nd win otteo be
found u.etul tu kiviux a iuucii iu-.re currei t tat i f tu
nbject tti a i! on be obtained by a dciliiitioi). ..V. Y. Tri
bune, April 1C. lfcM.
AV'e bavc tee n hfeciinen prices of p-'rtlt.m :n archi
tecture and orjiitliob'T, anu tiud Ibem i-f urtlstii beauty
it well k of jrreat practical value.- CKritticn Mirror,
April 12' 1&59.
We bave sr-en fpeclmcTi sueeta of these JH istralums,
and caa bardlv t-co bew they enn be tmorcveC iu beauty
or accuracy Boston Lvenmj Tramcript.
Sold bv ail boi ksellers.
GET THE EES!. CET "wTESIEH.
C. i C. 11KKUIAM.
tiirinj field, ity,
E. M.ilcCoMis, J
NOTICK is hereby gircn that by rirtre of 3D ex
ecution i.-.yucd from the oliif o! tee l lerk of the
District Court for Nemaha County. Nebraska Ter
ritory, against h. M. .McConm and in favr of Her
nard, Adams A Co., for tho gum of $233 doMarj
nd 6S cents: I, J. 11. Well', sheriff of paid county,
hare levied urvm, and on Tuesdnr, the 2 th day of
January, A. D. 1S60, between the hours of ten
o'clock a. a. and four o'clock, P. si., from the door
of tbe house in which the Just tcrtu of said Court
was held at Urownville iu Faid county, will sell, at
public sale, to the highest bidder, for c:ish in l.ni.d,
as the property of aid L'. M. JlcC'omai', totatify
said execution tho MIow iujr dc.-crihed lical-Ci-tatc.
tu-it. Jut 3 block 21 lot 0 block 22 let 3 Hook 2."
lot 15 bliK-k 23 lut 5 block J7 L.t 16 block 23 lot 9
bloek 37 lot 2 block 39 lets C and 8 blo.-k iHty lot S
block 70, all ly inland beinin Nemaha C.ty, Nebras
ka Territory, iia defiiruatcd on the oriiual t.lat of
said town, situated in said county o! Acmalii, togeth
er wuh all the iuiprovcuieiita thereunto belonirinx.
J. 15. WKLLS.
Shcr'fT of Nemaha Co., N. T.
ErownTillc.Nov. 21, 1809.-1(5 lt-C',50
Finey Codington for the a.-e of 1 ' .
H. l Nuckolls and Codington j
Wiu. W. Mills V,. KcneJIct
and It. W. Frame. J
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an csiv-u-
tion issued from the otlie of the Clerk of tho 7)i-
trict Court of Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory,
jjainst Wui.W. ilills," and Vv'nlei l'.enedict, and li.
W. Frame, and in favor of Fiuey Codin'-on for
tha use of S. F- Nuckolls and Jonn Codington, for
tho sum of ono hutidred and fifty-two doUars and
i. i i i ru.- . f ,...,.i
have levied ujton and will, on .tjalurday tho four
teenth dy of January, 1M0, at one o'clock I'. Jl.,
frctn the d'X-r of the Court llue in wh eh the
last .t.TJi of Mil I vir; wu h ;M. . at . Drowu
villo ias.ii l vuii nty, vr ill nffjr and n:l at public tale,
to the highest aiid best bidder fur ah in hand." as
tho property of William VV.-Aliils, Wales Benedict,
and It. W. Frame, to mtisfv Mud execution the
following doscrit'cJ real estate, (and one Horse
l'owcr), to wit t Iots four A )v. blck one hundred
nnd twelve( 1 12), lot seven ( 7 ) in block rihtiS),,
lot eleven (11 iu block one nundreil and fortvseTcu
(1 17). nnd lot six t f ) in block eihty-.-ix (S5), with
nn undivided third of tho lut six ) and undivid
ed one-third of thehonso thereon, all in the town of
IVni, Nemtiha County, Nebra.-ka Territory, tis is
evidenced by the recorded plat cf said tuwn iu tho
Recorder's olSce of said couiity.
J. n. WELLS,
Sheriff of Ncuwha Countj,N. T.
Brownville, 7ee. 5th, n22-4t-?10 for fee.
NOTICE is hcrtbygiven that I, the undersijneil,
J. b. Wella, Sheriffin nnd for tho County of Nema
ha, Nebraska Territory, will offer for isale, and sell
at public auction, at the door of the house in which
he last term of the Nemaha entity District Court
of the 2d Judicial district N T wushelJ attheeify
of Brownville in Nemaha county aforesaid, on the
twenty-eighth day of January. A, D. 1 SCO. atone
o'clock, r.M.of said day, the following rcalestato to
wit.: lot number three of the northwest f ractional
quarter of section number thirty-one and lots six nnd
seven of theaouthwest fractional quarter of section
number thirty, containing in all one hundred nnd
thirty acres more or less, together with lots number
four and five of the northwest and northeast quarter
of section number thirty-ono, containing in all ser-enty-one
acres: also the following described real es
tate, to wit: commencing at the northwest corner of
lot number four in section number thirty, township
number fix, range cumber sixteen, in Ncun.ha coun
ty aforesaid, tlicnoo west Eve rod thence north eighty
rods, thecce cast to the Missouri river, thence up the
Missouri river to the place ot beginning, containing
ten acres more or loss, all of which said property is in
the county of Nemaha aforesaid, and in township
numbrrix,range uumbersixteen, east of the ixth
rrineipiil meridian, Nebratka Territory. Altolots no.
nine and eleven in block no. sixty -one in the town cf
Peru, in Ncuinha county aforesaid, as is evidenced
by tho original recorded plat of the said place, re
corded in the recorder's cilice of said county, together
with the improvements thereon, nil of wuu-'i protcr-
ty is taken as the property of N ilham idwards,
James Emmons, and John Edward, on an execution
in farcr of Joseph Teague,isued from the Nemaha
county District Courtof the Second Judicial district
Nebraska Territory, and to me directed as t.io Ehcriff
of the said county of Nemaha.
diveu uuderwy band this twenty-seventh dovof
December a. D. IS o9.
J. B. WELT S,
Sheriff pf Nemaha Countr.
Brownviile. Dec. 19, 1S33. 4wFSl2.50
mil ' '
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- LLL LL
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Sells all kinds of Goods
TIUjY xy other house lv
THE UPPER COUNTRY.
TO PURCHASE DRY-GOODS,
TO PURCHASE GROCERIES,
TO PURCHASE PROVISIONS,
TO PURCHASE BOOTS Sc SHOES,
TO PURCHASE QUEENS WARE,
TO PURCHASE FANCY GOODS,
To Purchase Ladies Dress Goods,
JUST SUITS THE PEOPLE.
TIIEY ARE OF EVERY GRADE,
Made of Good Stock,
AND OF EVERY PKXCE.
And lie is bound to Sell for Cash,
or Exchange Tor Hides,
Peltry, Furs. etc.
CALL AND SEE HIM IF YOU WISH
TO SECURE CHOICE
I.silies, Gentleinen and Children la want of any kind
or coveriiicfor the feet, should uot fail to po to DEN,
where tbey will Sudan irnmeue stock of well made
Bools, Shoes, Gaiters, and Ladies
Whrch for cheapness and excellence he pledges himself
cannot be surpassed in the upper country.
GENERAL LAND AGENTS,
Dealers in Coin.TJncurrent Money, Exchange
and Land Warrants,
Collecliom made on all accesiible point. Taxet vaid
and prompt attention civen to all ousiuess pertaiug to
a nrt ciass jacu AfCLcy.
AGENTS FOR THE
V SITED STATES EXPRESS COMPAXY.
A safe and reliable cotnpapy for the transmisbion of
Also Agents for tbe Hartford Fire Insurance Company
TZie 0Scial.Pr.r-er cr Congress.
1 sh.t!! publish the D-iily C'.cbe, and tho Cocjrts
slbnal Globe, and Appendix during the next session
of Congres. The Daily C.obe will contain s report
of the debates in both branches cf Congress, as ta
ken down by reporters, equal at least, to any corps
of short hand writers in this or any other country,
When the delates cf the day do not make mere than
ftrtv-ve columns, they shall appear in tho Globe
of then:xt morning, which will contain, tlso, the
ncw3 of the day, together wita suca ea;toml aru
cles as passing events suggest.
The Congressional Globij and Appendix, will con
tain a report of oil the debates in O'onCress, revised
by the Sneakers, tho Messages of the President of
the United States, the Annua! reports cf tbehea-Js
of the Executive Departments, the Reports of com
mittees of Congress on important subjects of gen
eral interest, the Laws passed during the session,
and copious indexes to all. These will b printed
on a double royal sheet in book form, royal quarto
tixo, each number contaiairg sixteen page., avcr
a,""'g 2,307 words per pflgc. The whole will make
b :twcen 1.703 and 2,0l'fl pse. It is believed that
u ) b-ok has ever lean 'published at so low a rate.
Last year I advertised iu tho Daily Globo fr six
months, and in about one hundred other newspa
pers in thu United States, a reward to any pcrsjn of
two hundred and forty-five dollars, who woald pro
duce a book published at so low a rate, and none
was produced. The largo number cf copies su'
scribed for by Congress cntibles me to afford the de
bates to subscribers so cheap.
The Congressional Globe and Appendix pass free (
through the mails of the United Stales, as will be
seen by reading the following joint resolution pas
sed by Congress August 6, Ioj- :
Joint Resolution Providing for the Dis
tibuiion of the Laws of Congress and
the Debates Ihcrcon:
With a view to the cheap circulation of the laws
of Congress, and the debates contibating to the true
interpretation thereof, azd to nme ireo cemmuni
cation between the representative end constituent
Re it resolved bv tha Senate and Hcnse of Repre
sentatives of tho United States of America in tha
Congress assembled, That from and after the pres
ent Hfinn or Conrrress. the Congressional Globe
aim AnDcndix. which contain the Laws nnd the do
bates thereon, shall pass free through the mails, so
long as the same shall be published by cracroi uon
crcss: Provided that nothing herein shall bo con
strued to authorize the circulation cf tho daily
Globe, free of postage. "
Approved, August 6, 1652. -
For a copy of tho Daily Globe 4 months 5.10
For a copy for a less time (per month) 1,00
For a copy of the Congressional Globe and
Artendix durins tho session 3,00
Bank notes current in the rection of the country
where a subscriber resides will be received at 1'ar.
The whole or any part of a subscription may bo re
mitted in postage stamps, which are preferable to
any cuarency except gold and silver. : Where Bunk
cotes under $5cannot be procured 1 will send two
copies for f 5.
A paper will not be sent unless tee money accom
panies the order for it.
I cannot afford to exchange with all the newspa
pers that desire the Globo, but I will send the dai
Globe durinz tho Session to all who shall publish
this prospectm three times before the first Monday
innext rzecemoer. lbose wno puousu suouia senu
their papirs containming it to nie, inarKea wun a
pen, to direct attention to it. Tho Congressional
Globe and Appendix will bo Btercotypcd, and there
fore, I shall be able to send tho back numbers for
this session to all who may subscribe after the scs-
. ..... M t-lll
sion commences: but it me nrsi eaition snan nave
been exhausted before the subscription money is re
ceived,! shall charge one dollar additional per copy,
to pay the expense of putting tho plates on tncpres.
Snbserintions should reach mo as early, as the first
week in ccembcr, to insure complete copies at the
prices advertised abere.
JOHN C. RIVES.
Washington, October, 1Sj9.
. November 3, 1S59.
WAR ENDED ! THB D0LLr dealbs
" n "' "''"
NEW VOLUME NEW
Great BUnsli for
MAIN STREET :' -JYEBRASKA
T. I. GODDIN, Proprietor.
' September, 20, 1S59. tf.
VTc have remove onr ofllce to the new building on
Wain meet, next door to;Theodore Hill's Store, and
m-ai inr u. o. i.iiua uu'.x.
(V:t 27, 1856, Bl6 ' LUSOBAUGn & CARSON.
II A.WtlJAI. & ST. JOSEPH R. R.
Mornlns Train leave St. Joseph at 6:00
Evening Train leave Co do - - 6:40
St. Joseph is reached by the Western Stape Line.
riiRseniterg save time aaa tiresome at aping by this route.
Daily connections made at Hannibal with all'Eaatera
. .1 f ' . ) J, -W. . ,
J T D Hatwood, Sup't., Hannibal.
1) u bAwiif, General Agent, St. Joe.
P B GnoAT, G. Ticket Ag-ent, Han'la
Tiieo. Hill, G. T. Ag't, Brownville.
Nevember 24, 1S59.
NOTICE is tercby pven to ail persons iniereste-t ihat
as It appear that .there are claims spoil the tt of
Andrew J. Darr, late of Johnson county, NbtakaTer
ritory .deceased, 1 bare appointed Monday, ibe 5th drof
March, 1860, ssthetlnsl day tor hearinc rl iircs against
aid et-ute. rersons liavmK claium caint said estate
are hereby notihed to rile them at my office on or be
fore the said d;iy, cr they will forever lie ile'of.rred col
lection; and Xrom betting cB'he fanif bi any action
whatever. C. A. OrOSHKX,
. . Acting Ju-Ijo i if Probate.
Ordered thst tbe above notice be published fr twelve
ucccsMve weeks iu the Nebrarka Advertiser. -
G. A. GUSIIEN, i . J. t.
Abraham Vaxx. Administrator.
Johnson County, November 15, 1S69. v4r;S0-I2tf$13
Taxes ! Taxes ! ! Taxes ! ! !
To Delinquent Tax Payers of Xemaha
Tor are requested to attend at my office (in the Her
catrile House of Tb em lore Hill, Brownville) and pay
yiMtr Taxes. Those ncpJectimr to do so until after the
COtb d;iy i.f January, 1860. are hereby notified that I
t ha1.! proceed as by Law directed. (Sec. 33, P. 241, Gen-
nai i-a- m .cuhm.; jdu coueci incsame by distress
ai a .aie oi personal properiy.
JACOB STRICKLER. Treasurer of
Dec. 23;h, 1S59. 25-4t I.'emaha County.
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gation of all i;.ti'rr..itiOu bioh is more particularly or a
sciemiflc character, aud embrace i;bin its srope, di-
enkion upon Art. Si-ieuce. Invention, Disa:very, Manu
factures, Agriculture, and all tbe various Industiial
It is published vteklg, in the m-.st approved form for
bindiDg. and is illustrated profusely with fine original
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CUims, ajficiaUy reported rem tie V. S. P.i'cnt Of-
jicc. it also contains a weekly list c f KtizIUa Patents,
and reviews of Patent operations in Enrol, and such
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ists, ic, aaa is Id e very r'S poet a very valt.aUe journal
or f.milies ami crrc-ml rea lcrs.
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Subtcribe early that you nay erf the beck numlert
Adcri . . .
S. IT. Ilazcltinc & Co.,
171, Walnut Street. Ant door below Gibion Route.
Dealers In Seeds, Trees, Rhrubs. Roses, BcddinJ
riatus. i m riowers, Agricultural Implements, Green
itniiura trni;, r. vlnl
; The public are now respectfully informed that the
niiJersigncd h)ivo procured from Cincinnati and put
in operation one of Homer 4 Co.'e fionr mills of the
Utcst patent, aud tho first brought to this Territory.
They were induced ta exchange their former mill
for this one. from the high character they have gain
ed in the east, and from the personal testimony cf
m uers w so have tried them throughout the Western
States, and in view of the increased domand for
griuding whih will execed that of any previous
year in Nebraska, repairing a mill that will do tho
work better and quicker tlian any heretofore in ope
ration. . .
In addition to their flour mill they will keep the
Cera Mill constantly running, reao'y at all times to
aex in module the farmers without detention, and by
giving their undivided superintendence to the busi
ness nested bj theirformer miller,ilr. Wells,) they
hope for the continuance and increased patronage of
their friends. T
Assorted Lumber, Sainglcs and I-athconstantly on
band. . GREES A MAKTLV. '
i era cerr. uz. -i
A History of all Religions
Containing a Statement of the
Origin, UcvcIoiJinent, Ooctrii.es
and - Government of the Relig
ions Denominations -in Europe
and the United States,
With Biographical Sketches of Eminent Divines,
by Samuel M. Smucker, LL. D. Published by
Duane Rulison, QuaVer City Publishing House, 3S,
South Third Street, Philadelphia.
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must always havo an absorbing interest for the
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ties of over eighty different religious sects, are trea
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learning. The artielcson tho different religions aro
very impartially written, and show tho careful stndy
of an unprejudiced and sound mind ; and tho im
portance and value cannot bo too highly estimated
cf such superior and unbiassed effort in a work of
this kind, as too often, those pretending to give cor
rect information upon such subjects ara prejudiced
in favor of some particular sects or denominations.
Mr. Rulison has brought out this great work in ft
very handsome form, and the 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 address, accompa
nied with a valuable Gift, on tho receipt of the price
and twenty-nvecents to pny postage.
Jlr. Rulison will send free, on application, his new
enlarged and revised Catalogue of Books ai-d Gifts,
containing all information relative to tbe establish
ment of Agencies ia the Gift Book business. Ad
dress DUANE KULISOX,
Quaker City Publishing House, 33, South Third
btreet, rhiladclphia, ra.
I hereby caution all persons indebted to the late
firm of Green, Sprinkle & Co.,alins, Sprinkb. Baker
& Green, against paying any debts, notes of hand cr
bock nccounts accruing to said firm except to myself,
from my office about a vearago, and asyct Ilia v not
and cannot get any satisfaction ns to the disposal of
the collections. LEVI SPItlMvU.
D. J. MARTIN & CO.,
Wholesale & Retail .
-D -E3 Sl Xj Hi
Announce to the Citizens of the
AND ATCHISON COUNTY "
.... . . ...
THAT TIIET JIJFX.
Per Steamer Emigrant,
HEW, COMPLETE; AND
For twenty years tbe "Cieve'.r nd P.aia Denier"
has beea owned and controlled, Published and Ed
ited by the same individual. It has never missed a
publication d:tv nor scratched a D-tnocfViio Ticket,
It Las fought it3 way singIe-har.deJ against all op-
posiUon, until it has gained a National circulation
and a National reputation. From i.'aico to Cali
fornia the lliia Dealer is known and read, and it
never was in so good a cosdUicn pecuniarily, cr in
better pluck, politically, to fght the battles f E'e-
mocney than now. tor the eumiai year it wi.l be
pArtiu'alarly devoted to Fcpu'ar Sovereigi.r!
It has against hih authority, dared to advoc&to
the ncht of "tee reotlo of a territory as well cs
State, to regulato their domestic institutions is
their own way," and it will continue to do so again
said high authority, "the world, the Ca'i aci the
devil." Against all Lecoantoa Cons'jtut-.on, slave
codes, and tho re-opening cf tha Slave Trade, this
raper is devotedly dedicated from this time, hence
forth and forever !
Come one, coma all ! Tki? rock siall 3y
Prosi its Sru Laso as soon as 1 1"
Besides the current News cf tho Dav. the Flaia
Dealer will contain ia eacli number a TAI J2, Cor
respond ence from a, .twit of .Contributor, and Td-
graphic Kepcrts frcm all parts cf the crld
lh4 Commercial Deportment will be under the
soio cnargo c: wazaes iirokcashire, tsq., who u ac
knowledged to bo ono cf the best market reporters
it the countrv. ' ". r '
The Local Department will bo presided ever by
that original and laughter provoking g3nius, Arte
mus Ward, Esq.," whosa Letters, Jokes, Oddities and
Quiditics, are alone worth the price of tha pacer.
In short wo are prepared to present ono of the Lest
and neatest and cheapest family Newspapers ia the
Sicglo Subscribers, per year, - - $1 50
u lor aix months, 1 03
Clubs of Ten, per year, - - - - 29 CO
All over Ten Copies, to ono Posii ee. I CO
To each getter up f a Club, cno Copy Extra.
tS? Post blasters aro requested to act ts Agcntj
Dovglass Democrats art erp:ctcd to acl
as agents and to Icso no time in getting every be
liever in Popular Sovereignty, no matter to what
party ho may belong to take this paper. Now is tho
time to bestir yourselves preparatory to tho noit
those who want an account of tue orcning of
the New Congress, the organization of tho New
House of Representatives (which will bo a protrac
ted and rich affa;r, a majority being "Oppcsitijn,")
the President's Message and lietwrtsof ta Dipart-
ments, will commenco their subscripticos December
First. Tho new Volumo will commence Jaauary 1st
All payments to be in advance.
J. W. CRAY, Cleveland, Ohio.
Shrubs r Roses, Vines, Plants, etc.
HILLS & CO.,
A. Fahncstock ' & Sons. '
AEE now canvasslnz Nemafcaand P.ichardson counties.
Xebraska; and Atcbigon county, Missouri; receiving
orders for Fruit Trees, Shrubs. Vinoi. Evergreens. Ac,
iney can the attention of Faruers and others ile-
.. c . ...
cosTistrp s'-'.cii or his
- . COSMOPOLITAN -
tbetenniry r.-.hcr.lrf to II it
, (xv w iu its yx.U jf irj are e
crijar.iialf i i;u tli.t ay.
Frnni all spcilrris
ppu'.r Art InsTiturir;
in; r.teived la a raUo
Ar.y pern tnsy lcorr.is verier b-j tvlteribinj il.
Vhiii wi;ifa:u;e fci to
1st. Thobeaut:fjlFteirr2raTic-, 'iits-
rs-ra ar-d hU iricr.ds.'
'J. A copy of the tLnznUT lHustrals-i J.rt
21. A 1'ree Season Aaxrv3sioa tie C xll -
n'es. 54S, EroaJ way, sw Yorfc.
In addition to which severitl U'inftre-I valuiiie tToi'kt
cf Art are given to subscribers i prenut2ni5. rx-rpTjn
choice Faintines. Scn'ptures, Outllse , Sc., by tst fll
A me ican and Krei3n Artist.
Tbe .upcrti engraving, which, every subscriber wll
receive i in media tcly ou receipt of tubK-ripria. etuiu4
Shakspcare and h:3TFIicIldJ.
a of a character to rivean j-ialiScd piiur andwtU-
faction. s'v work of cqj.l vslue w ever tx fore pi,kt
within reach of the perlc at su-h a price, Thenf
ving is of very larpe size, be.xig printcj vn heavy ptare
payer, 30 by i-J imiesi, makirc a eir-tt nrrt omaniokt
suitable for ibowalia nf eiUer tie l.'rary, p.r'jr r
it cio be sent to r.y part of the count ry. fcy mail, w: A
safety, being packed in a cyUder. pou6o pi e-po!d.
Think fit I S!ich a wort i!eiivere. fre if flurii.
and the Art Journal, cue year, for three doiiart I
Sut scrlplior.s will be received anttl the evertinf t
Tuesday tbe3tst of January, 15:60. at which u- ;b
bowka wUl close, aud tha prtmiuuut be f.vra tu .l.ti-
Perso ns wist ing to form el ubs will arsly f-r a circa : ir
cf terms, Ac.
The beautlfotty IIlustra!r?d Art Journal, fiv!r? fu'l
particulars, will be sent en receipt of 13 ccaU, t.Mk
Address C. I.. PEItUT, Actuary C A. A.
643 and 8H, Broadway, w Vuit.
Subsaiptlons a!s- received ty
A. W. Fl'a.ViS Han. Sic. for
' Brcwaville, T., tut vlclnlt.
Peru Chair Factory, '
AS1 . -
TLe undorL-ceiL bavini: purchased the Chair ai-d
Cabinet sbolste!y owned t J T. H. .'rshall, uae 'hia
me tiled of iurormirg the public thit ilerare now w-
parcl ta all onJers for all kind of fumituie, suclt sa
Chairs, tables, sttnds, btdit ad. burej.. s.i:c. crili.
radios, lounges, etc., etc., either at h jl-T or r
tail) as cheay as can be bought at any ether ctablisb
ment in the wet. Ths best cf CofTln lumber ami trix
nitnss ccustantiy cn hard, which iil enable u to .1
orders fur coCius at short nitloe. . '
We have attached to our Uov a rocd II irsa Pwer ana
Turning Lathe, and we are prepared to do ary deerli-
tionof turuiasfrom a Chair le up lo a Sujiar itill.
Chairs and Furniture cf all k.nda repaired ia the bet
X. B. Corn, TTbeat, Flour, Try Go.!., Crii-erics. Lr ru
ber and produce cf all kind. if.ney rot excepn-d, ta
ken In exchanse- for work or gcili. Ve bpe by atrb t
attention to business to nieiit a share or putuic p.tr. t
age. BENEDICT & BUS..
Peru, KcNr3!;a, Xovcmbr 21. 139.
.The copartnership of Roj-cr & rcst.in.a tcre!f n
exislinc, nj transactiiig bniinesi a; riu l4-i:tii
is this djy Uis?ol ved by muluul consent. Fyrdyct tupr
having parchafed tha entire Jiutereft cf J. B. We.tun.
will remain at the old Wand and will s.ljust ailun.au
tied biibinesaof aaii arm. PQaDTTK RoPSil,
J. B. H'ESTU.V.
Pawnee P.aacho, Xv JJ, lSC?,-ao SI .
sireing anytnmg iu their line to the advantages of pnr
chaning supplies at their Nursery. Tbe stock is com
plete and prices as favorable as that of any other Nur
eery anywhere, and all warranted to be as represented
Orders can also be left at the Adveruer efflce Brown
ville, X. T.
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JLi JT G-OODS
WE are now in receipt of our FALL GOODS,
which comprises everything a GE'T. or LADY is
likely to want. We invite our friends, and the pub
lic generally to CO HE AND SEE US, as we will
not be undersold for cash.
D.J. MARTIN k CO.
October 20th. I3o9. 15-tf
We Will Purchase Wheat
As money is scarce, wc will pay in goods for wheat
65 cents per bushel : aud for flour $2,75 per hundred
pounds. We will furnish sacks for wheat and re
ceive it, either at our Store in Brownville or at
ilelvin's Mills. D. J. MAKTLX & CO.
Urownville, Oct. 20, 1S53. nol5-tf
SAVE YOUR MONEY AXD GO TO
TOI. T- DEN, '
BIT 11 SH03 1EI,
wnoiesa.c auU r.c'.ail dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES-
Brownville, jY. T.
, uAa.u ii. hand a larce an wen select
1 ea stock of Boots and Shoes, IjuG andGent.'a
Needed or UDesired
Can be had at our Store, and on terms as
favorable as. those of any other
House in the West.
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i5 .ao s .
r4 -3t' Si?ow! .2c3 i8
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a o a is a
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ITc Do a Cash, or Exchange for
Produce Trade, and arc Deter
mined thereby to Give our Cus
For sale by T. J. WHITE. & CO
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solicit a continued and increased
patronage, pledging ourselves to spare
no pains to give entire satisfaction in
prices and quality.
To Pke-Eitftors A5D Otbers. Persons who may
cereaiier aesire the services of the nndersicccd. and
Associates, will please send to me
1st, A description of the land in content.
2d. The fime when the canes are tried at the local of
fices; Aow decided; and when sent op.
aj. a copy or ice evidence taken.
Patents When Patents are wanted, the Certificate
must be sent tt m, Tbe cost of obtaininz natcuta U
By cemplymg with the above, much time will be
saved, and tha buainesc can b belter attested to.
joax a. PARicra
Washington City. Seotember. IS. 133
1 vuris mm cuppers or every vanciy: also
t-Mistea and Chlldrens sboes of every kind that 1
will sell cheaper tot Cash or Produce than any other
house westof St. Louis. All work warranted; orders
respectful !y solicited.
The Ilisbent Cash price raid for Hides, Pelts aad Furs.
at the City Boot and Shoe Store. Cut Leather kcot for
Brownville, June 2d, '9. n49if-
LTFORD. J. T. nORX
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HARD WAKE, QUEENSWARE,
Kails,rio ivs, StoveSjFuriiJture, &c
Onr Atchison County Frienfls
Will find very much to their advantage to
deal tcithus. -
Give us a DalI9
And sitlsfj yourselves that we have tho
And are selUcs them.
D. Jf MAJITIN & O
Brca-crille, Antt UU2i&,
THE '(LAST: CALL.
I heroby oneg "more notify those indebted to me
that they can liquidate their indebtedness with
corn potatoes, or almost any kind f prod nee, at the
highest market price, in Urownville. This request
is made because 1 am in debt myseli, and need
money, bat can raako use of corn.
Heretoforo the exenso with those win? me has
been, that they cannot ralso the money. I now in
form you that I will take produce; I Inote voa
can raise that. Such an arrangement will bo taken
as a great accommodation under present circum
I wish to be acminodatinz. lut I repeat, this is
TIIE LASTCALL. JESSE 'OEL.
Brownville, ov., 10, 153.
Whereas, arp!catica has beea made to the Probate
Caurtcf Xemaha County, Nebraska Territory, for the
appointment of Genera! Administrator ot tbe e'tr.te f
Henry Gecker, deceased, late of said countv, notice is
hereby given to all whom it may concern, that Saturday
the 2Sih day of Januaty, A. l., 1560, at 10 o'clock. L
the time set for tbe hearing of said application at xny
culce, in Brownville,. in said county, when aud where
all persoi.B interested are reuuested to apprar and show
cause why pivid Gwynn should not be appointed as said
Given uader my haod this 9th diy cf Dccemtr. Ii5,
Ci'i'.US W. WHKilLEU, Probata Jadjje.
Tl0.Ty ADVANCED ON
PIKES'? PEAK GOLD !
We will receive rke s Peak G.id. and advance
mosey upon tha same, aa-i pay over balance of proceeds
as soon as Hint return arp had. Ia all caes, we will
exhibit the printed reicres cf the United States Jlint,
or As-y cSice.
LISHRAUGII & CARSON.
BULLION AND EXCHANGE BU0KER3
Arnold's ComMncd Grludlrssr
Corn and Coh Crusher, un4
Threo va'.usble machines In ore ! This 1 anew In
vention, and one that is well nvrthy the attentiun of
the publiciho farming portion In partlctilir; combin
ation has been procuu need by thix who t:ve the Mill
in uj to one of the best ever made, and the great val
ue of this combination will be reUily ecn when Jh
fact ii.cn!iiderel that each machine make a neiMin tr
ior the other. Thua: a Mill mate a neceity toe- a
Sheller, and Sheller for a .Mill, etc.
Being adapted to tbe use of the farmer, by horse
power, as a farm impleaiei.t it scarcely has anc ;ual ia
value. , .
It is also adapted to tcam and water or wind power.
It is capable of grinding rr.m eve to ten bohcH per
hour, requiring from two to three htre powi. Lcra
iug to thequantity andqualh.v of the w.itk dune. - ;
It grinils sufficiently fine for family n.o, makmg a su
perior atticle of ileal, leaving it round and live'y
which is indispensable for liht bread or puddings.
Everyone will bo astonished at the illJerence la this
respect in favor of the meil made in thi Mill compur
ed with that made In any stone mill. Thej- have ouiy
to make the trial to bu convinced. ,
It wilt shell City to sixty bushel per hour, and will
grind nnd shell at the same time.
It will crush fifteen to twenty bnhet tf corn arrt
ccb per hour, and it will cruiih and g.lud a the amt
It is liKht and portable, weighing thre hund-f d penrd.
and cee-upyiug a rpc of lea thaa two reel ty three
Tbogrinding surface are very dursble, being made t
iron as hard as hardened cast steel, and when worn e-o
can be rcplacd without the aid of a mechanic. i tu t
trilling cott of cne dollar ar-d fifty cents, thu ercrm .
ing entirely the great objeciiuu tu iron mills. Particu
lar attention Is called to ibis feature iu the Mill, as
the dilllculty of replacing grinding mirfaces In lri
mills hen worn out U an cbj-cti;n to them tbs! baa al
ways beea urged with great force, andluit bjd the effect
to rrevent thousands from puicbai-ii g, wb otherwtm
would be glad to do so. Th u objection 1 cutirelr doiio
away with this mill. ,
ililler will do well t.i eifamine this Mill, there be
ing no doubt that tbey will cod it for th?ir interest tu
adopt it for a feed mill, as the grinding surfaces aro re
placed at a much lesa cost tarn is required to keep k
Stouo 3tiil in order, to say nothing cf the great savicr
ia powtr and cost of Mill. "
An examinati'-n of this mill Is earnestly solicited, a
ltmut be seen in operation to bt fully under. uj4 aag
Card cf direction are attached tn eicb mill, which
will enable any one to set up and operate tbetu liboii
State and county right for tale on reas iaM terra.
Price of mill complete $75. For particular in.nirt
cf K. BAWSON, No. 1 Csss street, or addrtsa O.
SJIEPABD, Postoffice, Box, 29b9, Chicago, 111. . r
Uioffit's Patent Ohio Thresher,
The subscriber have untrrcudy several hundred of ihs
above excellent machine. Wherever the.e 4rmt'
Threshers have been introduce!, it is well khowathai,
they are altogether unequalled; mud. tbererore, as ma
ny Orst clafc references can It- f urni.bed as lui b r.
quired. Tbey are built of 4, ti, 8, and 15 horse capaci
ty, and every machine Is run leveral hour and th.r.
oughly tested la all its parts, tefoie leaving cur facto ries.
We have also now ready for delivery EORGnt'lf sr-
GAR CAXE MILLS, of tbe most approved pattern, and
alsoa'.l theneces.ary apparatus for tbe IJomcfii Man
ufacture of Sucarand Syrup. We are nr prepared t
upply our customers with Mills of the rao.t em.ient
operation, at price in St. Louis ax Mr a tn Cincinnati. '
Inscriptions of these ilill aid appuranus, aiM a Trea
tise on S';rphnra Sugar Cane, and on Sv.znt and Srrnn
making, wi:i be cheerfully forwarded to all arplieants
A our farmers are fast learning the aar aud lifa.
prollts of raising hay for market, we aro now makin
ready to supply the demand far a lanre number cf those
well established Dcderick'a Tiralcl Lever Horse cow.
er Hay Presses.
We manufacture and have constantly for alo the fa I.
lowing hipnly approved ilctinc : .
Se!by' Patented Premium Grala Drill: the e!br..
ted Kentucky Harvester; Atkln' Solf-rakin Bcaper;
Pase s it Child's Portable Saw Xilla. Purtaiie . .
Grist Hills; Mill Machinery, and stationary Stem Za-
gincs, and Boilers and fixture .
Orders rcspoctfully solicited; and pamtihlet wiih ,
prices, term aad full detcriptiocs cbeeifaliy furnishes
St. Louia Agricultural Wtrks. Corner iLiica Eli.
die streets, st. Louis, Mo. .
CLARK, RICIIArtoOX i Co,
Voir I Proprieior.
Land Warrants, ;
Por Caoli and on "27i2aao
We are prepared to loan Land Warrsntaol all sucsur
soltlers on uch time as they aiay desire ions or bst
at tbe usual rate. . . .
A constant sepply of Warrsn'. will be kant en. .
for sale as cheap as they can be bought elsewhere to.
Bny cf re?ular dealers and boware if bogus warrants. .
AH warrant sold by u will be guaranteed to Im
genuine in every respect and will te cxtluBglif deflective.
Being permanently located in Brownville, we can al- '
way be found at tbe old .tand a few door east of tb
Backers, and Dealers in Land Warraata.
Who Wants a No-1 Farm?
One can le had for a small sum cf
The tsnder!jmed is authorized to sell nn Iarr,:
terms a mot excellent piece of land, situate 10 miles
West of Brownville on the great route to Ft. Kearney,
Goldmines, lc. The tract contains 320 acres, W acre
of which U One timber through which rune a lirtnit
tream of stock water, and on which Is several excellent
springs. 60 acres under cultivation, two g-xxj eocuort-. :
ble loj houses and ordinary out buildi ng..
B. W, 11 R..l.
Xov 17, '53 At Advertiser Oftice. ,
An Improved Farm '
FOIS SALIH. ;
A very valuable and desirable improved farm slfnaW
1-2 mile from Brownvii'o nnd 3 -l froui 3'etnh
Clr, can be bad on verr farcrible 1erm. it eetti
of li4 ares; 40 acres under cultivation; Zi, acres in tim
ber; 9 '.d well; stock watsr, a-vl g-J rrir: h .-ji
Tha stock 2 ' ke f oxen T eows. and t f. Ts,
the farm inolments. and b-HKCbold furti;?r-! wl.i bu
sold with it t: desired. A rr r rtuuity lir ere pre
sented. Enquire of 8. W. i'crnjj, tt U. Aivtrusef
ofHco. Bnwnvill3. JjS. T. , ,
,Vn. 17. '59 nH '
Auction! Auction! ;;
T. G. S?afocsc .
Offers his servioes to the citizens' of Xtmahaartl .
the adjhinir; counties ts cnemlanetiosser for thu
sale f f real and jermal prcperty, !"'?., Af.- lla raiy
p found at Juis WhitnyV oPic.
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