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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1860)
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BROWNVILLE. MARCH 15, 15G0.
tor WtTttT.lt pai3 in advance,
" " attbeei
attbe end of months, 2,60
u u . i2 3 00
Clatf of It r more will be furnished at $1,50 per
30Bia, provided the cash accompanies the "rder, Dot
' tJ Tbe, Ibrak Advertiser having
much the l&rfcest circulation of any paper in
tfie Territorr, Wholesale Ucrchanta in St.
oai. St. Joseph, Cincinnati end other East
ern market where Nebraska merchants pur-
es.e. will find no better advertising medium
ja the Western country -3
Wriiare oa band, priuted in superior style, and for
,tic cbeap for rht ireh supply ' ,
' Warranty Deeds, Mortgage Deeds, .
Trust Deed?, ilonas lor Deeds,
Justice, feherjtf and Constable Clanks,
JJlank Preemption TspcrB,
Township Plats, Bills Lading.
Drafts, Notes, etc., etc., etc.
T9 which we fall thee.peciat attention of i time In need.
L rriutina ,n7 every deactiptlon executed to
jreerta a style Inferior 'tii noiif, produced in any part of
tbeVantry. V except no tfn-e in tbe Vest, or eUe
haf. and effer specimen of our woik at evidence
" Several other companies are now near
ly ready to start for ihe Gold Mines.
SeVcral of our citizens will take their fa
milies. Sad Accident.
On Friday last Gcorce Eiclljiart,
one of the hand on the Steam Ferry
JJoaf at this point, accidentally fell over
board, and sank to rise no more before
assistance could ' reach hitn.. The body
was found next day, within a few rods of
where he sank. A coroner's inquest was
held, and n verdict returned in acco d
aiKe vhh the above facts. The deceased
had no relatives hereabouts, we believe.
Ilis tody was taken charge of, and de
cently intered Ly his countrymen of this
The Asa IVilgvs, from St. Loui-5,
reached this place on Friday morning.
'She discharged large lots of freight fur
several of our houses.
The Omaha, of the Han. Si St. Jo. R.
R. Packet Line, made our wharf Friday.
She too put off freight for Hill, Martin Si
Co., and several other houses. The olli
ging officers have our thanks for favors.
CasseFs Illustrated Family Bible.
Cassell, Fetter Sc Galpin, New York,
have commenced the publication, in num
bers, of an Illustrated Family Bible. It
is issued on the 1st and 15th of each
month,- at 15 cents a number. We have
before l No. 132 pages profusely illus
trated with large and splendid engrav
ings; and embracing chapters 1 t) 1G in
clusive of Genesis. If the publishers conti
nue in the same style as the present num
ber, the work when completed will be
the mca magnificent illustrated Bible ex
tant. The price, too, is much below that
of any 'other similar work before publish
ed. ' - '
Theo. Hill, Commission Merchant of
this city has just completed another large
Warehouse at the steamboat landing.
This will be quite un accommodation to
thippers, , Hill will keep pace with the
wants of the trade.
Hill, Martin &. Co., and Seigel &.
Greenbalim have received the vanguard
of thair extensive spring purchases. :
Etch, cf the above houses, together with
others, will receive rousing stocks in a
few days, when we will noticeiseparately
and ia detail. ' .
Elac Spring Crossing.
Mr.. Chambers, of the firm of Cham
bers Sc Noyes, who have recently oon
structed a most excellent bridge across
Big. Blue River, at Blue 'Springs, was in
our city this week, and reports a fine
rame froci Brownville to that point. He
thinks Pike's Pt-akers starting from this
placewill find it to their advantage to go
by the way of Blue Springs.
First Shipment of Cattle from Ne
braska. W. L. Botdstox, Esq.. of Nebraska
City, crossed the river at this place on
Tuesday last, with a lot of fat entile for
the Eastern market. He goes from here
St. Joseph, from thence by Rail Ruad.
This, we believe, is the first shipment of
tke kind from Nebraska. Another year,
arid we will have a surplus of almost
every thing. .
Eocky Mountain Herald. .
..We have before us a prospectus of the
Rocky Moun'nin Herald, to be published
tr Auraria, -Gold Regions, by our old
friend, Tnos. Gibson, Esq. of this Ter
ritory. No man has had more experience
h that country, and is better qualified to
publish a reliable paper than Mr. G.
We wish him success. Subscribe for the
Herald. Terms 85.
Lime ! Lime ! ! " Lirne ! ! !
Ti c tiiidertncd whoto kilns arc fltuatod idr miles
wc.stof lirownvilie, on the Tuvl lead'ng to Ft. Kearney,
keeps coii'taTilTy on lii!nd a very tuperiur article f
linie, to which he invite the auc'titi-jn of tbise wiL
In? The Li: ie ill be delivered t tLC U'.n or at aty
other p,i;it in the canity, dc.i:cd.
Feb 9, 1S0J Cut K. if. LOXG.
TA?a:.S! TAXLS! TAXES!
Delinquent tax payers of Nemaha County aretictiSed
that the payment taxebas nut been l".tjHitied, and
it U thiuve:y ncrcsnary that all tuxe idinild be paid, as
our Revenue Law allows but lutle furiLer indulgence.
It i sincerely ttoped that all pers-.n. having taxe.duo
and unpaid, will attend lu it ai wire, as the time fur ac
tion 1ih C'jiuc.. all fucu are rc'-e.-tc 1 to call at my of
fice In B;ownvii!c and arrange ibeir taxes as jien-iy as
hmH; tlnM-e fuliinif todito until after 1 tie fl.t of
aljrch next will be xm-idereil ai totaily d.resrd;n
tLia notice. In thi cui-e, 1 will Uave no t jrtlier coatrol,
tut will be obliged tu collect ruch delinquent tx ty
Ci8tre and a!e. JAC03STRlCK.LF.lt.
Brownville. Fet. 16,-tlTay T.ea. Ktu. County.
Sale of Eeal Estate.
WLereas on the twenty-second day of April A D iSZS,
Alexander JA. Fergus and JoiunaT. Fernua. bis .
for tbe purpose oi recuring i he payment -f a proinino
ry bote bcjil iff dae April i'2h, t'oS, drawu in
favor of John it. Da vi or order for twel haudred and
aixtreu dullarsi and fuurcen!, pnyable nine m .nlU af
ter date, executed to the underiiigiicd Juiiu L. Carn a
Iced with puwr r hale and oiivcyonce to die lollow
iii(j real esia'e n Nemaha county, Nebrahka. t.jwJt:
The wct bait or tbe K'utl eat.1 quarter and north e.u-t
quarter of thexiuUi e-itt qaarter vrsectLm taxntjf-nino
IS) in tcwnlip number live (5) north oi raice number
.ixieen (IC) east. recided on Ai.riga?c Kecord I.
pace lav 14 and 15uT iecord of Nemaha cmntr. Neb
raska. And whereat it it provided in said deed taut is
aid prumUsory note w tt not ft.1 ly and promptly paid off
a:id dirbart:ed acc irdinx to the tenor and terius thereof
at maturity, the iaid John L. Carin should at any time
after Ihe maturity the root proceed to ell the atn.ve e
sc ii bed real estate at puitiio vendue t the highest bid
der r.rra.-h in hand at thedoor of ihe ftke of the Coun
ty Clerk 'd said N email i Oiuntr, le beim; required ie
luTf tnakinR said sale to f ve notice thereoi I y publica
tion In some i;er paper published iu said l onnty in two
executive weekly issues of said paper, the proceeds t
said sale to he i. ud ,c the paytneatof s.iid n..te. And
where. sid note has nut been paid .r any part there-'f;
Notice i therefore heehy pm en thai I wiit. on Satur
day tbe 7;h day of April. A 1 1C0, between the bours f
9 o'clock A H and 4 o'clock p AI of sa d day, from the
door ut ihe i fil.e of tbeConn'y Clerk of aii Nemaha
county iu the Uiwn of li uwnri: le in faid county, pro
ceed to sell and will sell to the hiihest ttdder for .a.-h
the above ue-c. ibe I real estate wuh the ititprovemenrs
thei eunt.i beloncine. and ujx n suc-h ile will make,
execute acknowledge and deliver to the purchaer or
purchasers a deed or deeda for ! retl estate in sc
cordauce with the poweis cntained and plrtn l y said
deed. JOHN L. CAKSOX, Trustee.
Jauuary 31, 15C0. U$12
Wi.ercas appkatioii h m thisdiy been made to tliePro
biteC'jurtef Nemaha County. Nebraski Territory, by
John Ebbs to be appoisred .' diuimsirator the estate f
Char!e Kbbs. late or Ft. Kearney, N. T.. deceased,
n 4 ice i heielv civcii that Saturday I ho lOh day of
alarch, A 1. lbCU, at 10 o'ebek A. U. ii the time set
for the hearing or said application at my cfMce, in
Brownville in nnid couuty, wben and where all per
sons in'.eresicd iuy ap;er and show caae why letter
of adniiiiscrati;:ii ol said estate stiouid Dot bo issued to
the - t il applicant.
Given under my hand andof3cial teal this 1st day of
February A n HOd
CVhU'S W. wnKELER, Probate Judge.
NOTICE i " erebr iriven to all persons mteresied that
a it:appers thai there arc claims H;i:ist the e.-ta'e of
Andrew J U.itr, late of J. -hnson county, Nebiaska Ter
tito.y deceased, 1 have appointed Uoiidny. the 6'U dayf
March, IStiO, as the flu l day for hearjii claims asainst
saU estate. Persons having claims apalnsl said estate
are hereby untitled to tile them at rny ffle on or be
fore the said d-t.v. or they will forever he debarred col
lection; and fruui sctltng off the same In unv actum
whatever. C. A GOSflK.V.
Actlnif Jude r H.-oh.ite.
Ordered that the above notice be published for twelve
successive weeks i:i tlu Nebraska Advertiser.
G. A. GOSnKN, A. J. P.
Abraham Man, Administrator.
Johnson Counly, November 15, 1853. v4t.2312tl$13
" Legal Notice.
David Seijrei P II
t'l I To Sprinc Term A. I).
Brownville Hotel Company j 1SC0 of the D.stiitt
ty, Nebraska Territory
anu ll. bei t V. Furnas. s Court for Nemaha conn
Kichard Urou n,
II iiner Johnson,
J W. Ojieiiian.
.-car F. Like Defend'ts
Kicbaid Brown wili take notice that Pavid Seirel r.f
said con ii' y of Nemaha did. n s!.e!lst day of IJeceniber
A. 0. 1S59 flJo Lis petition in ihe f!K-e of the Clerk of
tbe said District Court for Nemaha County. Nebraska
Territury. awainst the Brownville Iloiel Coinpary and
B. W. Furnas Kichard Drown. Homer Johr.-oii, J. V.
Coleman Oi-carF. Lke, Defendants, wboreif. is claim
ed of said defendants the sum of flee hundred and tbk-ty-eiiihtjl
illar with inteiest iheie n at ttie rate or ten
per cent per annum from the 13h day of December A.
l. iS59. on a promissory note executed by the sal-1 def-end-iuts
to s?id plaiutifT on the 13:h day of Deceaiber
!S-r)S. And tbe said defendant Kichard Brown i also
further notified that upon the necesaiy affidavit -f the
said pl'imtiff an eider of attachment has been issued
asalnst him. and that lie U required to iijipear ai:d an
swer on iir bef ire the llrst djy of the next term rr said
court . or judgment will to rendered against him for
said claim and costs.
3I-lw$7 60 Feb. 9, 1860 Att'y tor P ft.
To Hon. E. Estabrook for numerous
favors cf late. ' ' ' '
TJie .General has the thanks of .the
prownville Library Association for very
Farm for Rent.
Tiie John 15. Kdtvarus' fat ui for rent. Ttiesbore
wtn hns a good house, a Erst rate well of water, and
4;"'ut thirty ncrea brokeon it,and situated outy two
"da half tn:!c Irom Uruwnville.
-"'ease address me through the Post OCSce at
J'BviIle, and have immediate attention.
Carpentry liladc L:aij,
Thirty-tiia plates, two hundred fi,:iire. TLe most
-ticl aud valuable book for farmer, extant. Tell
Barns, and Houses, Biidzes, &c. &c.
f iC'f an'Ple C,,VT $2 by mail, postpaid by
"ALLKjr.fc SON. Philadelphia. Jlt'CLti w
CHOICE SEEDS! WARRANTED PURE.
Japan ApT'ld-rie Jel.io;
' Tig Tomato,
Strawberry Tomato, -
Odcll'a Lnre White Watermelon,
Terry's 1'arly Prolifia Cuetirnber,
The above arc all mw nnd ve y superior varieties:
and wi". le sent by m.iil free, at 15 cents ier pack
tige. Stamps tHlifii for fraction of a dollar.
Address, II. A. TERRY,
n32-om Crescent Cit.r. Iowa.
The publishers tiubince tLU ipji'.rtuniiy to rcturc
tbeiraukuowled'-tueuts to the press and tho pub'.i
for their voiit wuod eauiCJenoo nn J suppoif. Thucir
culatiouof iho Iaj;:iziiicis now greater than at uny
former peril d Fidco her pub!icnti-n uus cotmui'ticed
and ttcudily sqJ rapidly increasing. The un.e plan
which has inudoil .so jKipular hitherto will continue
to be pursued.
It will aim t9 pr; ?cnt regular, inn. more elegnnt
dross, nnd at a cheaper rain, a hinder nmoutit of bet
ter reading niiitt-.-r I Ii.in hml ever been jiresctitcd to
the publi't 'n any s tu.l.ir pcii kII.i!, either foreign
or doun st'c. lis lOiitciit.s will be made up with ref
erence to tho want td the great U dy ,f the Amer
ican jietp'e, ratiier than lo those if nnf particu
lar clais or profession. While it will bu thoendeav
orof its conductors, in all its departments, to com
bine entertainment with instruetieii. speeiul tare
will be taken to exclude everything that can uilVnd
tho most fastidious on the K-ore of tasta nr inonili
ty. A large number of interesting and valuable,
article have already been prepared; the seiie if
pictorial nrlicles, written by the most tmineut of
authors,ind illustrated by Iho most gifted and jop
ulnr artists in the United States, expre-sly for ih.s
.Magaiine, will be continued: the choicest productiono
of American and KnrojK-hn talent will bo selectop
fori"8 pages: I ti 3 vaiiety, int nst i:id attractive,
ness of it editorial dciurtmeut will be increased
and nothing will be undone to met it that large shan
of the public favor w i:h which thus far their rs
lerprise has been received. :' . ,
-c Subf uibers are re?peetfally Solicited tore
Kach nombi-r of thd .Magiiine will contain 14 4
oclavi pages in doiiloeenlnuiu; each year thus Com
prising ii-.'jtrly two thousand pagea ( the choicest
literal lire of the day. i'lich iiuluIhw w ill ecntain
numeroiM illitsti-atioiis.neeurate plate? of tho fah
ii n, copious chrotiietcs of tuirent event, and im
portant luniks i'f the month, the voleini'seoiccncc
with the r.umberstT Juno and l).c"ir.ber, but eub
rcriptions may counoenet with any uaaibcr.
i' K K M S .
Tho Mng-tzine tuny bo obtained from periodical
agents, brksoller.-, or from the publishers at f :J per
annum, or twenty-fivo cents a number. The semi
nni u.il vo'utnts, n completed, neatly bound in cloth
sold at $ 2 ctuh. and inusiin covers are furnished to
those who wish to bavo their back numbers ULifoim
ly bound, at twenty-fivo cents each. Fourteen Vol
umes arc now ready to be bound. Address.
IIAUI'EU A LUOTilEHS,
New York Ctty.
At Vzxs, are still prmo-anced by jmhres, to be the
best and cheapest ever before opened in tLismaiket.
The people are carrying them cU by loads, ilyre com
Tho Great Female Pills.
DH. J. P. CRUAGKIt t the General Aeent Whole
sale and retail lor Dr. Wheatinii's ce'ebrated FeiiMle
Pills. These Pi!.' en trtt'j taiuable for laitiet : Fur
thtjf will restore Iht monlMg civrsct token far may
tip from any came whatever. They never have tail
ed oi any case wUer tbe dirccth ns arouinl the b-x cuii-tainin-j
ihe Pi'ls have bet-n strictly t.llowe!; indeed,
there is no cae of faii nre ever loiiietoinir kn wie!'e,
Beti'C purely vercubic-ibxy arc perie-il sate.
Since b. xes. mailed tooider post.jit i.n receipt
of one dollar, ty J. P. CltKAGKR.
B.Miiu ire City, M.iryiai;d.
A liberal discount to drugijts. 3 cent postage -stamps
as gd as money. ;
K'.'tice l heicby jiveti to aM persons iu'eresre-l that
F.siber Beish line has beei appointed n'nu'.istrgli ix of
the estate of J hn lh ihlitie late of Pa nco County.
N. T.. deceased. All persons havirir r';ijriis a:a;iist the
sai.l estate in p notified to present them to the 1'robite
Court of ssid C iti'itv on or befo. e the I4th dav of Mav.
Send Fcvr Stamps fcr a Sucimcr cf.
I IS..; "NEWS FR0;I- HOME.' i 4
A Weekly summary of the la test intelligence re
ceived from England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales anp
the Dritiah I'oscsslcns in every part of the world,
and devoted to politic?, literature, sci'.rce, trt, his
tory, Ac.. Ac. ..,.
Tlic "Xews from IIoIr3c?,
"Will bo marded postage, free uptn receipt cf
eub'crSptioa, viz :
$2 for one year ; $1 tor six months j. SO cents for
three months. ,.
Fost masters and newspapers oSiccrs are authorized
to act as agents. A liberal allowance made to par
ties petting vp club?.
Address T0W5DT10W & DKV
: Ed i tort and Proprietors, Sew York.
April Ii,'cy-ly -, , .
YOURMOXEY AXD GO TO
WM. T- DEN,
Wholesale and Ke'ail dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Brov:nvi!le, Jf. T.
rf , j Pd stock or Boot and Shoes.' Lady': andGetit.'s
v Gaiter and Slippers of every wariety ; alse.
. tSi Misses and Children shoes of every kind that I
will sell cheaper for Cash or Produce I baa any other
hotise west of St. L uis. All work warranted; orders
respectlully a.iWi!ed. i' - . - -
The Iliabest Cash prtcep3id for nides, Pelts and Furs,
st tie City Boot and Sboe Store.' Cut Leather kept for
BrownvilJe June 2d. '53. n3f-
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P. J. HENDGEN
TTerchy notiSes the public that he ha purchssed the
Nebraska House in Browuville, X. T., formerly kept by
T. J. Kdwards, and has rem deied. renovated and enti
rely chm-iei: tie whole house, from ccrtar to parret,
with an especial view to neatness, comfort end conve
nience. Having had macy years experience as a hotel
keeper. he feels safe in warrr.ntinjtbebotirding patron
ape of Brownvll lo. and the traveling public, that, wbile
at the American, they will have no reason to complain
of thefa-e tn any re-pect.
' The Hotel isi-im-tied immediately at the Steamboat
Laiidinjr foot of Main street, and consequently affjrds
peculiar advantages to the travelinx conrmunity. The
p-opt ietor asks but tv be tt i?d, tnd if not (ottnd worthy,
January, 19. 1&C0. 28-tl
I hereby caution all persons indebted to tbe late
firm of Ureen, Sprinkle A Co..alias, Sprinkle, Uaker
A Green. agnnst paying any debts, notes of band or
bode aciants accruing to gttid firm except to myself,
from my office about n yearngo, andasyetlhara not
nndennnot get any satisfaction ns to tin- disposal of
th3 collections. LEVI SPKLNKE.
LOOK TO YQUR INTERESTS!
STEAB1 FERRY BOAT,
To those In tho States cent cinpla ting going to
thcXcbri.-ka nnd Kansas
The undersigned desire to fay, and in bo doing will
not practice djjeptionjthit there are advantages
lobe -secured in
Crossing the Missouri river at lirownville,
and outfitting at, nnd starting from that point, not
to Lc found at any other place (in tho Missouri (ti
vcr. In the first place, on both side? of the rivir
are I irgo extents of bottom lnndj in which grass
mnkes n much eartierstm t Ihnn on tho uplands, and
is mujh more abundant, being inexhaustible the
entire season. Here, then, is a desirable place
recruit stock before startirg on tho Plains. Stock
can also ba purchased here on vciy favorable term .
The Fr .wuvillo Steam Ferry beat, being the best
on the liiver, offers peculiar inducements for cro.
ingat this point. It ii-large and commodious; with
powerful machinery, which enables tbe proprietors
to ferry emigrants and others in tbe dost expedi
HTox CD tiiHttixiS
We nndertnkc to sny that the business man of
Brownville area well prepared to serve thoso wish
ing supplies, with a superior quality nnd on a fav
orable terms as can be found elewhero. Everything
desirable ean bo purchased in Ilrownville, such as
Provtemns, -loiliin, "Mining Jmple
.. mcnts, &c, &c
The Route from Hrownvillo to tho Mines is uni
versally admitted by those who have traveled it and
others, to be superior in every resjK-ct. Ilrownville
is about midway between St. Jo. and Omaha. As
to dista ee, an examination of the map isull that
is necessary to prove to any one that it is nearer
from heri to tho mines than from any other point
on the Missouri. On this route wod and water
abound tho cnti-tj fistance. while on many others,
wood has to bo hauled for many days.
The foregoing facts arc fully and satisfactorily es
tablished by ihe immense travel of Inst year, and
those w ho adopt it the present season will have no
cause to regret ha ving done so. Therefoto
Cross the Missouri River at and start
. ' JOHN UODDIMSTOX f CO,
Proprietors Steam Ferry Boat.
NEMAHA CIT1', NEBRASKA.
The proprietor returns thanks for the generous
patronage thus far extended him, and 'hopes by re
uewed cfiorts to merit increased favors.
Farmers and Others
Will do well to have their grain in ns soon as possi
ble, as spring freshets will soon be upou us, when
more than likely it will ba impossible to run the
mill f jr several vvks.
Cera: Along I7ow!
Jlfcal and Flour of Superior Quality
Constantly cn Hand.
We will pay . 75 cents cash for wheat.
Feb-22, ISSii. " J. . MEEVINV
lVG3oALLT0fl PUBLIC HOUSE,
The Rut)criVr inforam the travelftip public that he
keeps a hous e of entertainment at Worrallton in Ne
msha eiiunty, Nebra.-ka, on the Territorial road leading
from Nebraska City to Tccuinseh.
. The ciirarortand convenienceof travelers willbe con
sulted and charges moderate.
January 13. 1SC0 CS-3ai
Toebtaiu tho risinaI variety for carden or field cul
ture, or circulars wilIi directions, address.
lnl New Kochclle, KT
Petition for Divorce.
Francis C. Butler"! In the District Cmrt of Jihnson
vs. VCnunty. Nebraska Terriiory, April
Nathan Butler jTernilS60.
To Nathan B ltler, iho above named defendant:
You arc btrt eby notified that Francis C. Butler, the
abovenamed plaiuti-T in this cause, has filed in the of
fice of the cieik of the District Court of the Second Ju
dicial Dibtr ct of Nebraska Territory, in and for the
county i f Johnson, a petition praying the court for tbe
causes therein set forth to Kraut the said plaintiff a de
cree of divorce from you the said defendant, and also
prayinjr the said court ta decree that the custody of the
child, the isjue of maniaee between you the said dereu
l.mt and ihe said plaintiff, shall, daring its minority,
he ai.d reraaia iu saiil pljintifTand fur such other and
farther relief as justice and equity may re'i'ire. And
yon arc furtlier hereby n -tijied that un essyou appear
I efore the iid cjr.rt on or before the mori'inp of tue
second day f ihe oext terra thpreof to be besnn and
l eld at ihe court house in J.-hnsoti mity. Nebraska
Territoiy uii the liist M. inlay beinp the 2d day of April
1M0 ami auswer ali and sincuiar the allegations of said
petiii -ii the same win be taken aa true and the decree
piayel forwill be granted by tbe court.
J. U. WESTON, Solicitor for P'fT.
It is hereby ordered that t the above notice be publish
ed in he Nrbr.tvfc., Advertiser for four consecutive
wcct.aslht liv,,"" iuire
ALLKN HLACHER Clerk.
C7 S'Offe ryPHjt.. II Kji,y Jep
JAMKS ! ISG0 or they win bo forever birred fr-ra rec verins
anted. uch claim in any ac:Un w&atcrcr. K- G. XAiKi:, .
vlhl liwDoSSFJ7 . ; P.--bate Juvlo.
S. 1Y. Ilazelt.Re &. Co.,
171. Walnut Street Jirt door be!oio Gibton lloutt,
PjilO'"' la Seed", Trees. Shrntis. Itoses. Beddiai
plints Cut Flowers. Agricaiturjl ImplemeuJs, Green
aai Dried Fruits, &c. - viol
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Sells all kinds of Goods
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THAN JINY OTHER HOUSE W
THE UPPER COUNTRY.
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TO PURCHASE DRY-GOODS,
TO PURCHASE GROCERIES,1 ' 1
TO PURCHASE PROVISION
TO PURCHASE BOOTS St SHOES,
TO PURCHASE QUEENS WARE,
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TO PURCHASE FANCY GOODS,
' To Purchase Ladies Dress Goods '
THE UNION SAFE!
1ST over JPlxrxxx lax
PERU, NEM All A COUNTY, N.T.
R. W. FRAME & CO.,
Having engaged in tbe Mercantile Business, would
respectfully invite the citizens of Xemaba. and ad
joining counties in Nebraska, Atchison county, Mo.,
and Fremonf eouuty, Iowa, to call and examine their
stock, consisting of .
Paints, ' .
And all other articles usually kept in
All of which we will sell on the most rea
sonable terms for,4,,'
CASH OR PRODUCE. .
All are solicited to call and examine our
We expect to keep a full stock, and 4jre
determined Vo'inake it tne ' "
3P a. x m o r a
TO DEAL WITH US. '
We also wish to Purchase
BUSHELS OF CORN,;
For which we will piy the highest
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II. W. FRAME &. CO. ....
Pern. Ftb.'i;i660.- - - -h.
A Good Fain for Sale.
The 8ubscril.er will sell at a ereat birpala a very
choice quarter ut section of laad tu J.hnsou county; Ne
braska.. There are forty c.s of fine timber land,
td acres nniier cultivaUot, a K'-oi log house and other
iu-.provenienta. It is two and a half tuiloa from Te:uni
seh, on the rod from thence to Pawnee City. .
Any per-ii wishinc to pun base a Rood tract of land on
very reasonable terms, wilj spply 1.1 Cyrus Wright ai
Tecutnseh or J.:hh L Carson Banker, ia Brownville,
or toGeo. W. Shroat.NetiraskaCity.
Residinz at rr!lte&, la Nemaha Co,
JaatU-7 13, IW ti-tt t .
r 'nxn y ad vanced ox
: x jJ' . FUAH-GOKDI
1 c wi.i rccc.vo Pike's reds Coltt.' anl advance
money vp- the t rrr.a. sV paj oveT I alftttte nt proceed
as soon as ;::rt rcurrs are hd. Xa luu0J,we will
exhibit rj.e i r is ted rtturas mI tho Vui;ei States ili&t,
or Ass ty cf ,.-e. ' ' ' -' '
' r.t snn irnii & carsot,
EriLIO. A5D EXCHANGE BUOiaTaS
' EEOWNVILLE, NEBHASKA;
- A CARD. v
' To Pnr-TlMrTO-KS asd Others. Persons who may
hereafter desire the utrvice of the uadtri;iie J, and
Associates, will piesso send ta .me ., , . ...
1st. A deeiipUon of the land in contest.
2i. The time when the ci-i.e are tried l thokalof-
flces ; ho.? iJedi-i; and izhtn sesl vp. ,J
31. A c y cf tic evj-ene taken. . '
PATiis. When Patents are wanted. theCertlfli-ates
must be sent tome The cot oi obtaining patents ia
Ey cemplyic!? with the stove, mnch titne will tit
saed,nnd iUa busiaes'.can Le better atte -rfrd t-.
f- ,..'.--- JOTIS A. PARSKit
Washington City, September, 15, 1323
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THE LAST CALL.
Hereby once mor notify those indebted to me
that they can liquidate their i.ebtedcesa with
corn potatoes, or olaiost any kind of produce, at the
hight-mrket price, itr lifvwr.Til'.e. - This request
is made hjcuui 1 am in 'debi. aymt, and ntcd
money, but can make uso of corn.
Heretofore the excu?e with thoje owing me has
been, that they cannot misethe money. I now in
form you that I will take produce; J Inow you
can raif that.. ?ucb anarrangiment will be taken
as a jrr? it, aceojtaraodatioa under pjrcieat circum
I wish to be accommodating, but I repeal, this is
THE LAST CALL. -... , JESSE XOEL.
Brownville, Nov.. 10, 139. t.
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and by all urnssrislsgonerallT.
XCW AXD HlfiXIIaV IJimOTED
i(l'atente.lj MET TLIC SUN DIALS, manu
factured at Pittsburgh, Pa., nnd sold by W. W.
Wlt-sox, A rent.
For All Latitudes.
In ndJitit & to the hour circle, subdivided toshow
the true time to minutes, these Dials have engrared
Equation Tables, showing the difiercrce between ap
parent a rd trnc time erery day in the year ; a rait -
ror inserted, which reflects the clouds, shewing their
exact course, and Jhe consequent direction of tho
winJ ; a compas, circle. Ac being mide with great
aceuraey, of beantifn! and durahlo Worktmnship.
and Ttry ornnrnenfaJ find U5efu1, this rnlunble work
of art should hava a nlnceonthe grotindsof all ire-
pro red country residences, plantations, gardens,
lawn, Ac. A cast iron column of Doric Ordor, three
feet high.. If furnished at ii each.' The dials arc 3
to 9 inches diameter,, P.-ico of N".,4, $15; No. 3,
$10: JIo. 2. 57; r. 1, $o. The o. 4 Dial andeol-
umn, S20, i. generally preferred. Diroetions accom
pany by which they aio easily set up and adjusted
to the true meridian. Order promptly filled.
Aug. l. iMa'J. no-tr
AU Kinds cf AiicuIrural Books
Pnblisbcd and for sale by
C. 31. S.1XTOX, RARI&raR i CO..
Ho. 25. Park Row, If ew York.
tSULVDI-SO THE TOLLOWISO WOBESt
' Bird Fanciers. Rabbit Fanciers, Fish Culture, Eee
Keepcr's Uanual. Domestic Fowls, Pomestie Animals,
Cattie OvCtIIore pector, Barn B -oli, Stable B.jok,
Farnt Jnaleiiicnti, Treatise on Grasses Grains, Weeds
andhsefoi Ptautf; Mantrres, Week .Manuals, Hedges and
KTenrreens. Farm Drainage, Letters to Fanners. Agri
cultural Cheini.-tiy. Rural liandU-oks, Landscape Gar
denin?. Rural Dwellinpg, Rural K.-saya: Gardener's As
aistant, Flower Garden Directory, Culture of the Rose,
Crape Culture. Strawberry Culture, Cranberry Cul
ture. Pear Culture, Fruit Bocks, Receipt Books and
C'ok Bocks, ftcMcc, &.c. .
Books sent by mail to any part of tho country cn re
ceipt of price, . Catalogues furnished 00 application to
C. M. SAXTON, BARKER & CO.
AKricultural Booksellers and Publishers of
XO. 25, VABK SOW, XEW TCWf. .
We Will Purchase Wheat
As money is scarce, we will pay ingwds for wheat
65 cents per bushel ; nnd for flour $2,75 per hundred
pounds. We will furnish sacks for wheat and re
ceive it, either at our Store in linwnrille or at
Jielvin's Jlills. ' D. J.MAItTINJfc CO.
, Ilrownviile, Oct.20, lS39. . . otP-5
A. LTFORD. . . J. T. HORX
Lyford , & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
falls.PloTis, Stoves, rurnllurc, &c
April 9th. 1S53. 4.t-t
isijzrusr, 'G-O OX5S
WE are now in receipt of our FALL GOODS,
which comprises everything a GEXT.-r LADY is
likely to want. W'c invite our friends, and the pub
lic generally to COME AND SEE US, a we will
not Lo undersold for cash.
- - ' ' D.J. MARTIN i CO,
October 20ti. 135?. ' 15-tf
IMlY.MRAIa & ST. JOSEPSI R. U.
' ' FALL iRKAMlEAIEXTS. ;
Sfornius Train leavea St. Joseph at . . 6:00
Kve iini: Train leaves lo J. - C:4i)
S:. Joseph is rea -ted by the -Western Strte Line.
Passengers saretime and tirean'e ra;inc fcy Ihtsroute.
D.iity a.oiiec:ioiis made at llinn.bal aith allEastern
and Southern Rat Innate and P.icker.
J T D Haywood, Sup; t.. Hannibal.
D C Sawis, General an;ent, St. Joe.
P 1J Groat, G. Ticket Agent, Han'lal
Theo. Hill, G. T. Ag't, Bro'.Tnville.
. XTonW.-l. IC53. ' - - . -
1 A wuw i.iuJiU
D J. LIAETIH CO.,
' ; Wholesale & Eciail ':V; '
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Z3 1H3 -L IZj HZ3 E?L
" '--MATX STREET, "
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
,S . . ... , ii'
'' Announce to the 'Citizens "of the "
':: . counties of. . ;
CLAY, . -
AND ATCHISON COUNTY
THAT TTIET HAVE
Per Sieamer Emigrant,
A New, Complete, and
ii tra IO1 rw
u u i.r v.. 1 ( r n mi u 1 1 11
O XT I? Hi 2E3 "ST,
' EYBBYTf MG
Meedcd or lEPesired
Can le had ai cur Store, and oh terms as
favorable as those cf any ether
House in ihe West.
Wc Do a Casb, or Exchange .for
Produce Trade, and arc Deter
mined thereby to Give our Cus
We solicit a contlnoetl and increased
patronage, pledging ourselves to spare
no pains to give entire satisfaction in
prices and quality.'
Oar Atclilson County Friends
Will find very much to iheir advantage to
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deal with us.
Give us a Call,
And satisrr yourselves that we hare the
And are selllr; thcu
D. J. MARTIN &. CO
E.-owBYiUe, AisutlstI355.. .,
f r rct.ii.-.., de-
cf Lai..--; 2, -Errtrs in Cc:rt-f;;'
d-jctive Control;' a: y c ns :f ? .: h I
der, post : i.f, . n iec ? ; ;t ('
p09t? s'an; ss r -l a- r- t. - '
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: i Ij of
Pr. "2. C. S-:...b. cf r...t c-teuu:-l
art:ef ! . e-j.i:,
tii:,!! wetrei sit. T! s J
Jlrs. SL-i-.h- a-f -r;. j t t :. j i"'., .
which i,e pnrcised cf ir. J. ?.
1 -Ui it
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City. M-L Any j ersott can jet ti: rt'..,t ;.r cak;:n;
honey, and te la-tepen-teit , the hi-ney-lee, ty wrf.ra
to Vr. Cre?7T, Xo. IC?. V."t B,.',..r -9 :- . r "i
more City, ill , enclose Jctuta a.-; ..rf. ,'; ' .'
" rH'V -r
" 15C0 Pictorial UIustrat-'cTU.
WehsTe jut Issued a ue ei'.:on ol Wetit'i C
abrlJsed Lictiotiarj, contaisis? liv.C Flctortal l''tiit.-a
tlcns beautifully executed. . . . -
9 CCO to 10,CCO .vrrr U'OKCS ta f. T'ocaja.'iry.
Table of Si XOXl itS, by Prcf Gootncii,
In which r.i.re tbaa two tio-.ssrvl wrJi a9 erriV.j
dicri:ninad. formicn a falr wo; i a I -.
nyms, of Itself, thai ar.y otter issued fces.et C '-,
anj be!;evel in advance of that.
Table, giving Proftnciation cf .Vat c'" -5 .
diitinguithed Pertont of Modern Titu., , . '
Peculiar use of Words and Terms It tl; ii ta,
ITU.Sr afw Fent-jrtt. t ijcthf vth a.'Uhi miittr
OF PREVIOUS EMTIOXS.
Comprised In a "Vol. of It 20 pn-TC-
we bavescn specimea sbeetsor the Pictorial u;u-
tratins. They are weil executed, and will cn tt
found useful in siviuv a ranch more correct i:, -cf a
object than c.tn k obtained ty a dsaaitjoa. .V. J'. i"ri-
bvnt, April 13. 1S59.
We have seen specimea psses cf portloTta ta art-1-lecture
and 01 nitholigy, anil 8nd tteni cf srtlstio betuiy
as well as cf areat practical alco. CArufta .V.rrcr,
We have seen speciraea sheets cf the;e t'.lastrttiorx.
and can baldly see bow they can be improved la beaatj
or accuracy 2otton Evemnj Trantcrit.
Sold by a. I n -i-tie! :ors.
C ITT . TILE Ij 3T. GLx
O. C. ilEt?.IA2.
The Nebraska Farmer,
Devoted to Agriculture, Slock Raizing,
Horticulture, Mechanism, Education.
Pullhlied al Broicnvilley N.
On the Erst cf every mnth at SI a year far sia
jr'.e copies; Six copies, f 3; Thirteen copies, $13;
Twenty cop ic?, SI 5. i
The Tolume began Oct. 1st, I3.'9. Specimen nna
bers farniihedgratij&aappIicatijD.. Lack nursbers
can ba furaiahxJ. .. . . -
Will every friend of Agriculture and Education
in Nebraska. Northern Kansas. Southern Iuwa, and
Northern Miisourj, lend a helping Land, ta establish
and maintain s journal devoted exclusively to the
interefi above named. Thcra ii not a p'.'st cZct
within the region named but can ar-.d ought ta
furnish a club oT at Icaat 13 iulcriber. Sjni
jilocg without delay.
.FURNAS & LVANN.
' ' " rirownvi',1, N. T."
Peru Chair Factory,
Tl-.e undrrshrned, havlnr Turehasod the Chair rd'
Cabinet shop lately ownel b T. n. Karshal', take .M
method of inforniintt tbe public that they are nw pre
pared to CM rdir for all k.rd t fjir'.nr, . ucli as
Chairs, tabiea, atands, bed.teid, birea1;, sa.'es, erlis,
cradles, louuqea, etc., et:., eitber at -abuiesale or re
tali) as cheap as can be bonsht at any other est ah! .fc
nient inthe wert. The b3st of Cf.fSn lumber and trim,
clings constantly on hsr.C, which will cnablo us ta t'A '
oiders for cofKus at short njtii-e.
We have attached tj ozr sr...? a acod n jrse Pawei a.4
Turning Lathe, and we are prepare.! to Jo ay d.?crir
Hon id turnina from a Chair le up to aS jaarliill.
Chairs aud Furniture of all kind repaired .n the a?tt
X. B. Corn, Whe it. Flonr, Dry Good. Grxerir s.
ber and produce of all kinds, Money Rot oxs r.ie.!, !
ken in excUanse for work ur jo.ds. fi'e hura by s.'riei
attention to busiaesa to jnerit a t!.re ef p;it:ic pa'.roa-.
Po- KilSZZlcr k ftLTiJ.- ,
Pom, Kebrsika, Xoveraher CI, li;a.
. G. S. KXEPFER,
xjrownviuo, rx. rr.
Informs tho pnbi; that be ij now prej sred '
all tho necessary nppnntu. $nch as heavy Jroa jick '
screws for tncvin-j, raiting or Werin,; building of
every description, without injury to t0 piajterin-r
Ilis facilities are such,ia Ujij, has that,L cannot
fail to jatijfactioa.
Carpenter and Builder,-
In which btts!ne" hotrarii hij expericrc 6ni
quali2eationj are ;ucb aa to secure for ciai literal
Sept. 22d,lS59. all-tf
GE1ITS' DEES3 GO 033.
Respectfullyannounces to the itentlen;m of Brown
vllle and vicinity that he has Just received frcm the
Kast a largo stocS of very superior Booda and latest
Cloths, Vestings, Ccc,
Which be will manufact ore on very favorable tern:.
ne flatters himself tha: he nnderstanda hi bus.ctst
thoronghly and all work warranted comin from h: e
tablishment, and charges as low a any other ecntpeutor
in this place or the Ve-t.
A Xcat nt Gnnranteed.
ox Caoli vsacX on Timo
We are prepared to loan Land Warrants of all size t
settlers on such time as they may desired-lone or stiurl
at the nsual rates.
A constant supply of Warrant will be ket on h .ir t
for sale as cheap as they can be bought elsewtiire la
Buy of reznlar dealers and beware of bogTS wtmat.
AH warraats sold by as will be pnaranteed to b-f
genoinein every respect and will be exchaajed U de
fective. Bcintt permanently loc-idln Bwwnv!:2e, we eaa at.
way be foumi at the eld stand a few door tat o2 t-4
Wankers, and Deilere la Laid Warrixt.
LU5H33AUGH &CJBZ 017,'
GENEHAL LAUD AGEI7T3, .
Dealers in Coin.XJnctirrpnt Hone7, Exchatt'j '
and Jjand Warrants,
Colleetlint mud eon I accxttibh pointt. Tajcet pa.lt.
and prompt attention given to all cusines pertui- ta
a first class Land Agency.
ASrVTI TOR THE
VXiTED STATES EXPRESS CtiXPAXY.
A safe and reliable Company for the trai-utnisaka of
Also Agents fur the Hartford Firelaauriftc Coxpaay
of llirt'ord, Couaecticnt.
We have remoTe4 ouroT.ceto the new hniidlt t on
Main street, next door ti Theodure Hill' Store, anl
near the IT. S. Laud 0Z.ce.
Oct 27. 1-j.vs, pi LrsnsACGiifc ctusoy.
Thepoblij are now respect; a;1y ict...rar,eJ thitth
tsndcrsijned have proeared fr"a Cinoianali aii pot
ia or era! ion o-icrf Ilcrnerl Co.'s ourn:" o' tae
l.ri st patent, and theilr.t brought to thi Territory.
They wcie induced to exchat"?e their foraef raiil
fur this one, f.-oui the high charucter they have ;rin
ed ii the east, and froTt the per'onal testim my cf
md'ers whohavo tried them throajhontths ''refri
States, and in view cf tho increased dotsan-l L.r
;ri?dinr whih will exceed that tif any preTk'rf
year in Nehmk.t. reqiirin a rsi" th.-it . j t!ie
wr.rk bettor aud quicker than aej- Leret'jfora ia ope
ration. In addition to their 2 ur mill they will Icee the
CV-rn Mi!! c i!f.in:ly rannin, r-ao'y at all t lews to
aoeoiuniial ile the f.i.irii.rs vviib'-ut d-tenti(-.n. arxi by
giving their undivided iupt rictor.djrice to the busi
ness (assured by t heir forjavr oilier, iir. V.'ew.s)r.hey
lioj-eforthe conticaanee and increased patronajecf
A 'sorted Lu'oor, Shingles and Lath constantly oi
hand, ; (iTwZEN & alAIlT.,. .
jvru i:::;., Ser-t. i?s
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