Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, July 26, 1860, Image 4

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&TJSEB ATJGH & CARSOII,
GEirERAIi LAUD AGSIITS,
Dealers in Coin.TJneurrent Money, Exchange
ana Land Warrants,
CoCf c tious made on all accessible pointi. Taxes paid.
and prompt attention given to all cusiaess pmi-K l
a first class Land Agency.
AGtnt FOR THE
VXITD STATES EXPRESS COMPACT,
A safe and reliable company lor tlie trausinistlun cf
money packages. .
Alto Ageuts for tbe ITartford Fire Insurance Company
f Hartford, Connecticut. .
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We v remove our or.lc-e to the new cnlldicg on
tin street, nextdair to JTheodore Hill's Store, and
near t bet'. 3. Land Office. i
Oct 87, ISM, nl . LCSn3AronfcCAK.80y.
PICTLIiE.
The first impressions of a new auJ superb-engravings
of Rosa Bobeur'a celebrated painting of tho
llorse Fair, printed in beautiful til color?, are now
ready. It is executed by tho unrivalled artists. Sa
rony, Major A Knapp, who have u:i Jert.iken to make
it tbetnost fplendid work of tho kind ever ued
frflm their extensive establishment. Its sue is if ar
ly two by three feet, embracing more than twenty
different tints and shades and colors, and it will pre
sent upon the of tbe parlor, d.-a wing-room or
art gallery, all the spleudin cTcct of a superb oil
painting. ,A.eopycfthU rich and costly wigraung,
which has recived the hi-ber-t testimonials of fa
tor by connoissieurs and the Press, can be obtained
for only f 1 50, delivered free of charge at any post
oSceia the United Sta'es. Agents are wanted.
. . . . J. M. EMERSON A Co., Publishers, .
No 27, Park-row New York.
April, 28, ISCO. .
I860.
1860.
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St. Josepli to Omaiia.
1TAKNIBAL & ST. JO. It. R.
PACKETS.
Arrangaments bare been trade, by the Itacni
bal and i.. Jcwph TItil Rrjid Company, to com
menco with the opening cf navigation, for a
Till-WEEKLY LINE OF PACKETS,
to run in connection with eaid Road regularly from
St. Joseph to Brownrille, Omaha,1
and atl other intermediate points."
The following aew.noDularand fast rnnninffT'acket
byats constitute the lino for the present:
i WEIlSTEIla
"UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY.
'NETT PICTORIAL EDITION.
1500 Pictorial Illustrations.
.vTafcave just Issued a ue edition of Webster's Un
abridged Dictionarj , containing 15C0 Pictorial Illustra
tion beautifully exeonted.
- t ouo to 10,000 A C W WORDS in the Vocabulary,
' Tulle of SVXOXYMS. by Prof Goodrich,
In which more than two thousand words are carefully
discriminated, forming a fuller work on Eugiuh Syno
nyms, of itfClf, tbau any other issued, besides Crabb,
and believed in advance of that.
Tables r',ting Pronunciation of Xamtt c8000
distinguished Persons of Modern Timet,
Peculiar ure of Words and Terms in the Bible,
With other ne Feature, together with all Ue matter
OF PREVIOVS EDITIOXS,
Comprised in a Vol.ol 1T50 pases.
We have seen fpecimen sheet of Ihe Pictorial Illus
trations. They are well executed, and will often be
feuod ueful in giving a much more correct idea of an
object than can be obtained by a deanitjon. .V. 1. Tri
bune,' April 16, 1559.
We bare seen specimen paces of portions in arcbl
tectare and ornithology, and tind tLem or artistic beauty
as well as of sreat practical value Chriiticn Mirror,
April If 1S59.
We have seen specimen kbeets of these Illustrations,
and can hardly feff bow they can be improved in beauty
or accuracy. Boston Evening Tramcriyt. .
Webster's Pictorial Dict!onarT in Boston.
Bo exhaustive and aatikfactory we have uniformly
found it to be, that enlargement and improvement
eemed hardly desirable. liotlon Journal
A a wli.le. the worlt has parallel, nor t's it at all
probable that it will toon have one Boston Traveler
Leaves so little either lor the strict cho:or, the mar.
of general culture, or the limited employer of cmnuion
words, to dpbire, that it may with truth be said, that
nothing in the lexicographical line is left to be desired.
The critics of Webatersre. as a general thing, niousers
and nioleluinters. Botton Ledger.
Some of the forcmobt ocholar of the spa, both in Eu
Tope and thia country, have been occupied f.T years in
fce task or revision and addition. Boston Transcript
It xs. a fixed fact, a living entity, and trill maintain
Htt place as the most complete and accurate Dictionary
the language extant. Boston Atlasand Bee. .
A monument of learning iu this xingle line of Mterary
effort, such as no previous a?e has peen. Bos Recorder
Mating the entire work one which canDot be surpassed
and which In onr estimation will remain unequalled.
' E Farmer
These important Improvements most make this far in
aavance of any councillor in tbe Odd Boston Cungre
gationulitt Tj every writer and speaker of English it It indispen
!We Ballou't Pictorial
ThU new edition is a perfect mine ft knowledge and
a most complete b ok of reference Com. Bnlletin
Appears ia te at complete as it is puSBilie to be made
Boston Post.-
From Hon. J. M, Gregory, Surcrintenclent cf
Plblic Inst ruct on, Llich.
Office Supt. Pub. Inst.,
Lansing, June 30, IS59.
Ues.rt. G. &.C. Uikriam.
Gentlemen :
I know not bow to ex
press 'my gratification with the valuable and beantirul
features ad.led to thegieat rational work, Webster's
Quarto Dictionary. They render it if Kible still more
worthy of the prUd place it ocriipin at the great stand
ard dictionary of our good Knglibh languaKC. I soy
standard, for while a few tihoUra and others here and
there, prefer other dictiouaries, Wtbher' is beyond
dispute the book of the people, the common standard cf
appeal among the ine, learned and unlearned, iu our
laa4. Jox need this be resretted, as img as its publih
ers tske such unwearied pains to keep it abreast wih
every improvement made in the language. Il can only
express my very sincere hope that you mny be fully re
warded for the good work you arc doing iu the cause of
oand learning.
With considerations of blph respect,
.1 remain, gentlemen, Tours truly.
G U. Gkecosv.
Sold by all booksellers.
ICET THE IE3T. GET "VTZBSTES. .
,-ORBIG-ON-
EIJPIRB PLOW WOPiSS.
TO FARMERS
Of Nebraska and N. Tff. Missouri:
AGAIN I wonld call the attcntion'or the farmers
oi Kebrakka and Missouri, to tbe fact that I have on
hand and am constantly manufacturing, at my Tlow
Factory, in Oregon ato., wagons, and every pattern of
pknrt, to-wit :
P1TAIRIC PLOWS,
One and Tito Horse Plorrs,
Shovel Plows,
; Hoes Ilarroivg,
-. ' Corn Planters,
And Harrow Teeth
Togethef with ererytbtng in this line used by a farmer.
I take the .responsibility of saying that my two horse
plows will do better work, in stubble or any kind of
rough ground, than any I manufactured or sold in this
up pes cnHMitry.- ily two-h-wse td prairlepiowa wlfl if
otd. for cash, t-n terms, auch as will place them in the
reach of every farmer.
Uf Plow can be obtained frou sjiy agent at Iowa
Point. . T., Brownville, Nodaway tonntv. aiarietla,
Rush Dottom, Uoltcouuty, Uivwnville. K.T.. and For
est City. MARTIN' OOFFMAM.
JJ. II, All kinds of repairing Uouo with neatness and
dispatch, on liberal terms.
Oregon, Mo., May, IS60.
i Theodore Hill, Agent
"At Brownville, N. T., keeps on band a general assort
ment of Iluff man's Plow.
Itrownville. May, 18C0. ly
; CUARTER OAK
! Life Iiisuraiicc Company,
Ilarlford, Conn.
' Incorporated ly the 57a cf Connecticut.
Capital Stock $200,000.
Trtb large and Increaj'ingsurplusreeeluts.secure
ly invested under tbesancii and approval of the
Comptroller of Public Account.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
JAMES C.WALKLEV, President.
JOHN L. DUNCE, Vice President.
EUAS OH.U Secretary.
. . E. D.DlCKLRMANAGcneral Agfnt.
Alfred Gill,
R.Blodget,
K.WLeatolO,
DlilECTOES:
Daniel Phillips, JolinL.Eunce,
J.A.Butler, E. D. Dickerman
Sam. Coit, Nelson liollister,
James C. alkley.
S.B.Beresford.M I, Consulting rhysician.
A. S. Uolladay.M D, Medical Examiner.
! ArnUcationsreceirtd by Ii.W. FURNAS. Ajt't.
8-tf lirvr.Tille,N.T.
- aLawton niaclibcirj".
f T obtain the original variety for psrdea or field cel.
tare, or circulars with, direction, addrefs,
WM LA WTO N.
. -rial iiew Racbelie, K T
v
Captain
STEAMER tfiZZ!j&
- - . - SAXTMAESH,
h, STEAMER tj(K
Certain
A LBASGE,
STBAMEIf
Captain - . . - - CALVEBT,
For Freight or Passage apply to
THEO. iHILL,
FREIGHT AXD TICKET AG EXT,
Forwarding S Commission Merchant,
Erownville, Nebraska.
Capt. R. FORD, Gen. Ticket Ag't.
. St. Joseph.
J. S. K. IIAWOOD, Gen. Supt.
NEBRASKA CITY
Insurance Company,
Capital Stock $30,000.
NEBRASKA CITY, If. T.
TIIIS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
fully organized, and tbeirentirecapital stock of
Fifty Thousand Dollars, paid in andsecured. They
are prepared, from this date, to grant open policies,
and take risk, upon equal terms, with the most
favored Insurance Company any where. Having
adopted tbe mutual principle, its patrons, without
incurring any liability, trill share in the profits of
theconipany.
The operation? of the Company, will be confined,
for the present, to marine, or CiKGO risks, with a
maximumliability of $12,500 on any one bottom.
eing the only Iusuranco Office, on theabovo pop
ular plan, West of the Missouri, it confidently ex
pects a generous support from Y es tern Merchants.
We respectfully invite tho Missouri Kiver pa
ronage. dibectoes:
S.F. Nuckolls, Chas. F.Holly,
II.P. Bennet, J.L.Armstrong,
W. .Ilinchman, Miles W.rown,
, A. A. radford.
officers:
CII AS .F.II0LLY, President.
J.OABSiDB,Sec'y.
St. Louis Agent Col. W.P.IIoward.
April 2d, I860. 42t-
X2a.ilo,colipls.i,
A Benevolent Institution established by special En
dowment, for the relief of the sick and distressed,
afflicted with Virulent and Epedemic Disease.
THE Howard Association, in vie- of tlieawful distrnc
t ion of bumau lire caused by Sexual diseases, and the
deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victimsof such
disease by Quacks, several years ago directed their Con
sulting Surgeon, as a charitable art worthy uf their
name, to open adispnary for the treatment of this
class of diseases, in all their forms, and to give Medical
Advice Gratis to all who apply by letter, with a descrip
tion of their condition (age, occupation, habits of I ire,
) and in caseof extreme poverty, to furnish medicines
f i ce of charge. It Is needless to-adii that the Associa
tion commands the highest Medical skill of tbe age, and
will furnish the roost arproved modern treatment.
The Directors of the Association in their Annual Re
nual Report upon the treatment of Sexual Diseases, ex
press tbe highest satisfaction wi:h the miccpss which has
attended the labors of their Snrgeonsin tbe cure or Sper
matorrhoea; Seminal Weakness; Gonorrhoea; Gleet;
Syphilis; the vice of Onanism or seif-abube, disease of
ihe Kidneys and Bladder, &c, and order a continuauce
of the same plan for the ensning year.
The Directors, on a review of the past, feel assured
that their labors in thissphere of benevolent effort have
been of great benefit to the afflUted, especially to the
yunng, and they have resolved to devote themselves,
with renewed teal, to this very important and much de
spised cause.
An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation or aelf
abnse. and other diseases of the Sexual organs, by the
Consulting Surgeon, will be sent bv mail (in a sealed
envelope) FKKK OF CHARGE, ou the receipt of TWO
STAJIl Sf.r postage. Other reports and Tracts on tbe
nature and treatment of Sexual diseases, diet, Ac, are
constantly being published for gratuitous distribution.
and will besent to the afllicted. Some of the new re
medies and methods of treatmnetsdi&xnered during the
last year are of great value.
Address for Report or treatment, DR. J. SKILLIN
nOUGHTOV, Acting Snrcecn, Howard Association, No. ,
2, South Ninth Street. Philadelphia.
By order of the Directors,
EZRA D. II ART WELL, President.
Eo. Faircrild, Secretary.
July U. lS6S-Iy
A. LYFORO.
J. T. HORN
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealers in
Z3x3T &oodLi3
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE,
boots, Gnona,
Xails,PIoYS, Stoves,Furnlture, &,c
SONORA, MO.
April th, 1858. 43-t
Tbepublio are now respectfully informed that the
undersigned have procured from Cincinnati and put
in operation one of Homer A Co.'s flour mills of the
latest patent, and the first brought to this Territory.
They were induced to exchange their former mill
for this oue, from tbe high character they have gain
ed in tbe east, and from the personal testimony of
millers who have tried them throughout the Western
States, and in view of the increased demand for
grinding which will oxeeed that -of any previous
year in Nebraska, requiring a mill that will do the
work better and quicker than any heretofore in ope
ration. In addition to their flour mill they will keep the
Corn MiH constantly running, ready at all times to
accommodate the farmers without detention, and by
giving their undivided superintendence tothebusi
nessassistedby their former miller, Mr. W6lla,)they
hope for the continuance and increased patronage of
their friends.
Assorted Lumber, Shingles and Lath constantly on
hand. GREEN & MARTIN.
Peru MiL's, Sept. 1st,. 1S59.
JOHN GAKNETT & CO,
ASEICETim DEPOT
AXD
Seed. Store.
Engines, Saw and Grist .Mills,
With all kinds of Machinery and Implement!.
Ho. 53, North Second Street.
. ST. LOL'IS, MO.
KEEPS always on band a large stock of Garden and
Grass Seeds, all warranted fresh and pnre
Omt f took of Agricultural and Horticultural
Iu:-ntmentt and Machines is also large and selected
with great care..
"We invite an examination, and know that we are of
fering as good stock as any house in the west, and at as
low prices.
terms cash.
Catalogues furbished gratis to apphc&ta
Philadelphia, Pa.
Baltimore, Md.
B.' F. LtSHBAUOH. JSO. L. CARSQJ
LTJSHEATJGH & CAHSCIT,
BAXKER3 AND GENERAL LAND AGEXTS
0 Dealers in Coin.
Uncnrrent Money, Exchange an Land Warrants,
BROWNVILLE, NEMiUA CO., N.T.
Especial attention will be given t Baying and Selling
Exchange en the principal citKtof the United States,
Gold, Silver, and uncurrent Bank Kotes. A constant sup
ply of Land Warrants on nana for saie. i ob cash, or en
tered on time for Pre-emptors. All Warrants sold by us
guaranteed! every respect. Will file DeclaratoryState-
mcnts of intention to pre-empt, ana prepare rre-emption
Pan at short Botice. Money leaned upon best securi
ties, at western rates of Interest, and investments made
in Landa or city property tor aisiani capuaiiais. collec
tion upon all convenient poiuU will be promptly attend
ed to and proceeds remitted in exchange, at current rates.
Bills of Exchange on EtiglandIreland, and France, ob
tained at usual rates, with cost of Exchange on tbe East
added. Deposits receivedon Current account andintcrest
allowed on special deposits.
OFFICE MaiaSt"., neat U.S. Land OfCce."
BErrttEJrcTs
Llnd, Brother fc Co., Merchants,
McNaughton, Carson & Co., . ' .
Hiscric White, n
Tonng, Carson & Bryant, "
Jno. Thompson Mason, Col'rof Port,
K. M. Punderson &Co. Merchants,
M. M. Yeakle &Co. No. 17, Broadway,
Win. T. Smithson, Esq., Banker,
J. T. Stevens, Esq., Att'y at Law,
Jno. S. Gallaher, LatcSiAud. (J. S. X.,
Taylor & Kriegh, Bankers,
McClelland, Scruggs &. Co. Merchants,
Hon. Thoa. G. Pratt
Hon. J. W. Geary, Ex-Gov. Kansas,
Hon. Jaa. Caraon, -P.
B. Small, Esq., Pres't 3. Bank,
Col. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Law,
Charles Parsons te. Co. Bankers,
II. C. Kutt&Co.
Greene, Weare &. Rice,
Douglass & Waton,
Col. Sam Uambleton, Att'y at Law,
Judge Thoe. rerTjr,
Prof. n. Tutwiler,
Oct. 8, 67-va--PlS-tf
THE UNION SAFE!
"o-w 3Piraax in
PERU, NEMAHA COUNTY, N. T.
R. W. FRAME & CO-,
Havinircnimzed in the Mercantile EpsincsS, would
u .
New Tors. -
Washington, D.C.
Chicago, TU.
St. Louis, Mo.
Annapolis, Md.
Penn.
Mercerburg,Pa.
Hagerstown, Md.
Keokuk, Iowa.
Council B'.ufT"
Des Moine, "
Vinton,
Eaiton. Md.
Cumberland, Md.
Eavana Alabama.
respectfully invite the citizens cf Nemahi, anu ad
joining counties in Nebraska, Atchison county. Mo.,
and Fremont county, Iowa, to call and examine tieir
stock, co&ziatiDgof
Dry Goods,
Groceries, f r
Hardware,
.Queensware,
Hats,
Caps
Drugs,
Boots,
Shoes,
Medicines,
Paints,
Oils,
Dye
stuffs,
And all other articles' usually kept in
ITET-flLlX-J STORES.
All of which we will sell on the most rea
sonable terms for
CASH OR PRODUCE.
All are solicited to call and examine our
We expect to keep a full stock, and are
determined, to make it the ...
interest of
2J x xxx o x s
TO DEAL WITH US.
We also wish to Purchase
50,000
BUSHELS OF CORN,
For which we will pay the highest
rice.
I. W. FRAME & CO.
Peru, Feb. I, I860.
Great-Bargains!
LUMBER ! LUMBER H
Cheaper than Ever for Cash or
. . . on Tinie. 'J
LEWIS LAWRENCE,
"VTeli known in this region as a successful and ac
commodating lumber dealer, has again taken the ;
Mill on Sonora Island,
And prepared to furnish every desirable quality
of Utnborfor fencing of buildiDg purposes deliver
ed At the II illcgr at . i f - ' --'
Brownyille Landing,
Or at any point on the river as may be agree! upon.
- . Areas foluws.. Atthe Mill. f.rcash, from
30 cents per '100 feet to SI per lOOfeet.
On time, say three, six, nine r twelve months,
from
45 cents per 100 feet to $1.25 pet 100 feet,
with 10 percent, interest from delivery. : note to bo
secured by unincumbered real estate.
Tbe lumber will be delivered at any point on the
Missouri River within 50 miles down stream, at 25
centi per 100 feet in addition to the above pricos
when sufficient amounts are taken to justify t'he con
struction of a raft.
To those wishing lumber, particular attention is
called to these propositions, which cannot fail to
command consideration.
Come with, or send your orders, and they shall be
filled without deJay. - : . .-
100,000 feet or Lumber on hand,
And more making every day.
L. LAWRENCE.
' March 1st, IBM. 6a. '
Land Warrants,
For Cash, nnd on Tlxxxo
We are prepared to loan Land Warrants of all sizes to
settlers on such time as they-tnay desire long or short
at tbe usual rates.
A constant supply of Warrants will be kept on hand
for sale as cheap as they can be bought elsewhere in
town.
Buy of regular dealers and beware of bogus wa rrants.
All warrants sold by us will be guaranteed, to be
genuine in every respect and will he exchanged if de
fective. Being permanently located in Brownville, we canal
ways be found at tbe old stand a few doors est of the
Brownville House.
LUSnBAUGH & CARSON,
' Bankers, and Dealers In Land Warrants.
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS!
STEAM FERRY BOAT,
JIT
BrownviL'e,
'rEfc
Nebraska.
To those in the States contemplating going to
the Sebrftfka and Kansas
GOLDMINES,
The undcrsigDcd desire to fay, and ia so doin,g will
not practice deception; that there are Advantages
to be secured in
Crossing the Missouri river at Brownville,
and outfitting at, and starting from that point, not
to be found at any other place on tho ilisouri Ki
ver. In the first place, on both sides of the river
are large extents of bottom lands in which gr.'ss
makes a much earlierstart tban on ihe uplands, ana
is much moro abundant, being inexhaustible the
entire season. litre, then, is a iwirabla place to
recruit stock before starting on tho Plains. Stock
can also be purchased here on very favorable terms
Tho Brownville Steam Ferry boat, being the best
on tho Kiver, offer peculiarinducements for cross
ingat this point. It islargo and commodious; with
powerful machinery, which enables the proprietors
to ferry emigrants and others in the most expedi
tious mur-m-r.
For Oixtfittlxxe:
We undertake 10 say that the ousiuc?s men of
Brownville areas well prepared to servo those wish
ins 8upplics,Tvitb a superior quality and on as fav
orable terms as can be found elsewhere. Everything
desirable can be purchased in IJrownvillo, such m
Provisions, clothing, Mining Imple
ments, &c., &c.
The Route from Brownville to the Mines is uni
versally admitted by those who have traveled it and
others,to be superior in every respect. Brownville
is about midway between St. Jo. and Omaha. As
to distance, an examination of the map is all that
is necessary to prove to any one that it is nearer
from herd to the mines than from any other point
on the Missouri. On this route wood and water
abound the entire distance, while on many others
wood has to be hauled for many days.
The foregoing facts are fully and satisfactorily es
tablifhel hy the immene travel of last vear. and
those who adopt it tho present senson will huv j uo
cause toregrct hn ving done so. Therefoie
Cross the Missouri River at and start
from Brownville.
JOII.V CODDINGTOX & CO.,
Proprietors Steam Ferry Boat.
AmtrUanr Patent Gwn Elastic
FIHE ANDAYATER PROOF
L COMPOSITION ROOFi'-NG.
OSce, at Landlord & Stephenson's. U"o. 24
Kinth, bet. Walnut and Clark Avenge,
ST. .LOUIS, MO. .
' THIS Composition is formed chiefiy from Gums na
Minerol, which are unchangeable by the action of i ue
weather. It is Durable fire and Waier Proof can b
applied to roofs of any shape, upon summon .sheeting
boards, or over old shingie roofs, at a less cost than
shingling, and upon any metalic rocangor other smooth
surface for less than paint.
It is invaluable for coating Rail Road Timbers, for
Roofing Cars, Depots, &c. We have no hesitation in of
fering it to the public- as the most reliable Composition
Roof in use.' "
We refer to the f ollowiojr persons :
T. Barnum, Barnum's H'ei C HPeck, Architect
J J Anderson. Banker Geo R Taylor, Esq
Spacr&Son, BricxMak'rs, Molony &. Tilton, L'istU'rs
Jllbenck, Suiiih&M'Coruiick, build's
Clark. Plant & Korri3, Oliver Quinett,
Hon Jas B Boland, A W Facan,
J Shields, 7ih and Morgan lion LM Kennetl, v
Wesley Conner, Cooper, cor Tenth and Walnut sts.
53W"eare at all limes prepared to do rooting, and to
furnish to order our Composition. Also, a superior arti
cle of Saturated Water-Proof Rooting Paper- For in
formation or material, address
r w stepiiexson, A'gt.
-ot St Louis, Mo.
IjROSl?ECTUS
. : OF THE
ROCKY nOUNTAW NEWS,
NEW ARRIVAL
OF
Two Hundred
(3 uT? Q aT"
CHRISXLIN DEUSLiJ.
Brownville, Nebraska.
ANNOUNCES to the public that he has just re
ceived, per -Steamer Kyland, a very large and
well assorted stock of Parlor and Cook Stoves, of
bow and improved patterns, as follows:
- ' "tOsk's Pattern,
Plymouth Rock,
Elevated Oven, New E J ,
olden Era. and every variety o
Parlor and Office Stores.
Also,
JfapancdlVare, Brass Hetties,
L,antlicrns, Copper TVai c. Sho
vels and Tongs. .
All of which I pledge myself to sell at as fair rates
and on a3 accommodating terms as any other estab
lishment in this region of country.
I have also now on hand every requisite variety
of Tin,Copperand Sheet Iron ware, and am prepared
to put up gutteringand spouting and all other work
in my line, at short notice, and in a workmanlike
manner, which 1 warrantto give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undersold in the upper
country. .
Brownville September 2, 1858. xilO-ly
THE NEWS w.ll enter npon its second year early
lri the coming spring at which time it Will be enlarged
to nearly double its present sire, and corresiodiEgiy
improved In many respects. It wai the first and is a
the present time the only newspaper permanently es-
I tablisbed in the Rocky Mountain Uold Region. Tran-
sporteti to this country in the race er a uisaeari-cu it
tvrnln? emigration, with a tide aimost irreslstable, it
was set up beneath the pelting ol winter storms, in the
midst "l no,s7 mobs, bowling enrses, and threats of ven
neance ?alut every person and thing th;it ventured one
oncouragi'uf ward ltt tbe country ; at a time when the
taau was io "lunate who knew ne day from whence his
meals for the ."ext-would come it was successfully es
tablished, and hJ9 since continued in the even tenor of
its way earless a."'' nntranimeleJ.
The KcwS waa the herald to the world tbe sur
prising rlchneM of the .
Rocky Mountcira Gold Fields
for which the abuse of the Easi P faPJ "P"
un it without stint ; but time haJ.sa tisractorlly proven
and verified its every statement an ' prediction, and the
News stalls to-day the most notou ana unirersauy
quoted newspaper in the United States.
Already it has a circulation in every Mato or tae
L'nion, save four, and in both the Candas.
Arraai;eme:its are being perfected fursrecia J??
nlar'corre.spoiidence from all the important citle.' 01 lae
East, and the personal acquaintance of the propr, to "
throughout the mining regions, will ever ecure foi'
the latest, most complete and reliable reports from al.
parts of thegoli fields.
TheXew, is published on Wednesday of each week,
and dispatched to theSiatesby the Express coach of the
iol lowing morning, reaching the Missouri River in from
six io ei?nt days, freoor expense to the subscriber.
TERMS. Single copy. $5 00, per year ; flvecopies,
$20 00; $2 60 for six months ; $160, for three months.
Advertisers will And the News, for all time to come,
the best advertising medium in this region of coufitry.
HATES. Business cards, $12 00 per year; one
sqnare, first insertion, $2 00, per month, $5 00, three
months, $10 00, one year. $20,000; one-rourth column,
$25 00 per quarter. $60,00 per year; one column, $1C0
for six months, sjl .fioper year,
A POWER PRESS and complete Job Office will be
set up in the spring, for the beneflt of borne patrons who
desire work in tnat unc.
In a word, it is the determination of the proprietors
that theNe.rs,aud the New Office, shall always, as
now, standflrstin importance in the Territory and State
orjszerson. Address
- WM. N. BTERS&CO.,
Denver City,
OH
JOURNAL OF RURAL ART AND T i -
Established by A. J. Downin.
i1,
J!
EDITED B5T J.JAY fil
13 PUBLISHID MOS
fni.Y,
25 Park Row, JVet0 York ,
THL.1 popular pnVi:tio has beco
io lac 'istciui
Gardener, the Prmt r? Ikm:
Jiortcnlturisf Jt embratss witL,n iX "wataa
Jt.
and
mor
I. Description
and i'lowermjt
delicate and tender
Fruit Trees- ufcjet lu wiTi,ica of
e liiieresivu maa idt omer ce. n
and Cultivation .
Plants and Shrub.
r t- the most hartv
III. description and Cultivate
ble Plants, which are, or l,u ot Cj
gardens. . ' j
IV. Gardening aa an Art of Tm 1
si?ns for Ornamental or Landscape GanTT' ' a i
Sural Cottaces and Villas, Farm Uonisei
meries, Ice uousei, &c.
t. f
oi roresi ana urnamentai Trees. -"vttti,
VII. Botany and Entcmolor .
ranches ar cunaecie-i with the i.'hT. Vt
w .Ka .w.. V .j mn. . t 1.. I . f; l , r- K ,
work is issu?d on t3e first tf eats K
et the t-rk-d.-ai pres.,, each 2?. k a,
'gbt p??sJ.err:beii;r5e.i
eral C" oncal nd we;I eTecV i
it the e.',d o' the j sa r it Mp,,.
ired page,- fceautlnliy 2:i-jir-td -Wt i
I engraving, of lioai Ur.wic'I?"1
'.frm .lint'. tl I !
Lime! Lime!! Lime!!!
The undersigned whose kilns are situated nine miles
west of Brownville, on the road leading to Ft. Kearney,
keeps constantly on hand a very superior article of
lime, to which he invites tbe attention of those wish
ing The Lime wju be delivered at the kiln or at any
other point in Ihe county, as desired.
Feb 9. 1660 6tn E. M. L0XO.
Designed Expressly for Emigrants and Trav
elers.
ROW READY,
Edward's New Map of Missouri,
With a portion of Kansas and Nebraska, price 60 cU.
New Map of Illinois,
With a portion of Iowa and Missouri, price 60 cents.
The Peoples Map and Gnaje for Iowa, Illinois and
ilissouri.
With a portion of Kansas and Nebraska, price $1,25.
Same as above, on rollers, suitable for Hotels, unices.
Ac. &c, price $3.
Xew Internal Improvement Map
of the United States
Showing all the Railroads built and in progress, with
the the contemplated routes, ihedifferent survey of the
contemplated routes, the different nurveys of the Pacif
ic Railroad, tbe Overland Mail and Telegraph routes,
and the Gold Regions of the Great West. This Map is
drawn and engraved with the greatest care, and at im
mense expencc, from Railroad and Government surveys
and the latest authentic information. Handsomely DPt
up in case for $5.
Edward's monthly, a Journal of
Southern and "Western Progress.
Published Monthly, with many fine illustrations.
Views of Cities and towns. Portraits, tec, &c.t at only
$3 per annum. Those subscribing for two years, or for
two copies one year will be entitled to a Map of the
United States, as e premium.
For sale at al I Bookstores, ami at the offlce corner of
Pine and Third Streets, st. Louis.
jlpril 26, IS60.
PIKES PEAK DIGGINGS AHEAD
And will prodnce more gold than any other diggings yet
iscovcred, and
City
:kt,
E
Boot & Shoe Store,
OF Tli
Will make you a superior pair of boots or shoes If you
call or leave your measure, or he will sol I yon a cheaper
gaiter, a neater shoe, or prairie hoots, and lady'a fine
gaiter or slippers, cheaper than any other houne West
of SI. Louis. Employing good workmen, and keeping a
variety of material and trimmings tor home manufac
ture, I hope to receive lhat liberal patronaee heretofore
bestowed on me. Give me a call. W. T. DEN.
Brownville July27, 1S6 1.3
Agricultural Implements
Just received, per steamer Emilie, a supply of
HAND RAKES,
PLOWS,
HARROWS.
CULTIVATORS,
HOES,
SPADES,
SHOVELS, PITCH FORKS,
PATENT CHURNS, &C..&C,
FOR SALE AT
THEODORE HILLS
2?rownville, April, 23. ISCO.
roa tbs
Pike's Peak Gold Mines.
There is now for sale in this place, two first-rate
Steam Engines and toilers in good order, suitable
for running Quartz Mills. Saw and Grist Mills, said
by machinesu to be of the best quality. A bargain
can bu had by making application soon they can
be had at one half manufacturers prices.
Inquire at the Advertiser office, fcrowrmlle, N. T.
Ifrownville, April, 23,18C0.
An Improved Farm
pon. snLsiiz:.
A very valuable and desirable imoroved farm situate
4 1-2 miles from Btvtrnvitle and 2 1-2 from Nemaha
City, can be had on very, favorable terms. It consists
of 14 acres; 40 acres under cultivation; 24 acres in tim
ber: good well: stock water, -and Kood frame house.
The stock 2 yoke of oxen, 7 cows, and 7yourg cattle,
the farm implements, and household furniture will be
sold with it if desired, a rare opportunity is here pi e
sented. Enquire of R. W. Furnas, at the Advertiser
office, Brownville. N. I.
Nov. 17, '69 nl8 .
The Great Fem&le Pills.
DR. J. P. CREAGER is the General Agent, Whole
sale and retail, for Dr. Wbeating's celebrated Feirnle
Pil Is. These Pills arc truly valuable for ladies : For
they will restore the monthly courses when they nay
stop from any cause whatever. They never have fail
ed in any case where the directions around the box con
taining the Pi'ls have been strictJy followed; indeed,
there is no case of failure ever me to onr knowledge,
Being purely vegetable they are perfectly safe.
Single boxes, mailed to order postpaid upon receipt
of one dollar, by J. P. CREAGKR,
Baltimore City, Maryland.
A liberal discount to druggiuts. .Scent postage 6tai9ps
as goou as money.
Fun for the Million! Fun for the Steam
boat ! Fun for the Railroad ! Fun
for the Pike's Peak Emigrant on the
- Wide Prairies I .
XICK-NAX FOR A EI CREATION
Is the most amusing and expensively gotten up as well
as the cheapest comic Magazine now published in the
world. Each numbea contains thirty pages of matter,
and frem six'y to ninety Picturesall the contents be
ing or a rich humorous characterr Nick-Nax has at
tained its third year, and is growing in popularity. It
is a great favorite with all clashes fathers and moth
ers, sons and daughters since it contains nothing that
may not be read aloud in any family circle. It is the
publisher's desire to make U especially
FUN FOR THE FAMILY.
One of its features is the prize puzzle department.
The publishers have distributed during the Inst six or
eight months, Gold Pens, and valuable Books, which
hail the tendency to make the competition earnest and
interesting'.
In fact, take" all in all, no more amusing sheet for
the family or vi.'.'aRe library, or hotH reading-room, or
to beguile the tedious hours of travel in car or steam
boat, can bo had anychere.
Terms. One copy, o.e year - - - $1 00
Five copies (to one address) 4 00
Postmasters who may wish to enpse in obtaining
sub.ici-iplioiis, will tiny this an excellent opportunity-a
flrst-ratc inducements will be given to them.
LKVISOX & IlANEY,
Room 29. 113 Nassau Srreet, New York.
JdXewspaperB inserting the above as often as they 1
may think proper, or give it editorial notice, win be
entitled to an exchange on forwardine a copy with the
advertisement marked to the Kick Xax office.
' SPAt DING'S
PREPARED GLUE
ECONOMY.
"A Stich in Time Sives Nice !"
Despatch! Save The Pieces!
NEB RASKA
Carriage and Wagon
MANUFACTORY,
EROWAVILLEjXT.
S. E. & J. T. BERKLEY,
ANNOUNCE
Manufacture of
that they Lave commenced the
As accidents will happen in well-regulated families,
it is very desirable to have some cheap and convenient
way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &c,
Spalding's Prepared Qlue meeu all such emer
gencies, ant' no household can afford to be without it.
It is aiwjyn re.iriy and up to the sticking print. There
is no longer a necessity for limping chiits, splintered
veneers, headless dolls and broken cradles. It is just
the ariicle for cone, shell and other ornamental work,
so popular with ladies of refinement and taste.
This admirable preparation Is nscd cold being chem
ically held in solution, and iossessirg all the valuable
qnalitiesof the best cabinet-makers' Glue. It may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
more aunesive. "useful 111 every family. "
B. A Brush accompanies each bott lo. Price 25c,
Address: Henry C. opaldine& Co..
Box so. 3,C0OO, N. Y.
Put up for dealers in cases containing Four, Eight and
Twelve dozen a beautiful Lithographic Show-card ac-
companing each package.
3"A single bottieof Spaldine 3 Prepared Glue
win save fen times its cst annually to every household.
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, HjmI-
ware and furniture Dealers, Groceries, and Fancv
otores.
Country merchants should make a note of SriAld.
lPg S iTepared liiue, wben making up their list. It
will stand any climaia
jCRemovcd to4 cedar St., N. Y. 4l-of
Pine Honey..
Dr. R. C. Smith, of this county, presents us with a
beantifnl article of honey, equal, if not superior to any
thing we eve saw. This honey was manufactured rv
Mrs. Smith' according to the directions given in receiet
wbichshe purchased or Dr. J. P. Creaser, Baltimnrp
City. Md. Any person can get this receipt for making
honey, and be independent of the honey-bee, by writing
to Dr. Creoper, No. 653, West Baltimore street, Balti
more City Md , enclosing 60 cents Hawkintville ((Jfl)
ruiMKy 1 imes.
A Good Farm for Sale.
iue suDscrioer win self at a great bargain a very
cnoiceqwarier or section of land in Johnson county, Ne
braska. There are forty acres or fine timber land.
60 acres under cu 111 vat ion, a good log house and other
improvements, it is two and a half niilos from Tecuni
seh, on the road from thence to Pawnee City4
Any person wishing to purchase a good tract of lnd pa
very reasonable terms, will apply to Cyrus Wright at
Tecumseh. or J,h L. C irson, Banker, in Brownville,
or to Geo. W. Shroat, Nebraska Citv.
ROBERT vyRIGTTT," J
Residing at Worralllon, in Nemaia Co,, .
January 18. 1860 28-tf
NOTICE.
I hereby caution air persons indebted to the late
firm of Green, Sprinkle A Co..alias, Sprinkle, Bafeer
Ureen, against paying any debts, notes of hand or
boek accounts accruing to said firm except to myself,
from my office about a year ago, and as yet I have not
and cannot get any satisfaction as to tbe disposal of
the collection. LEVI PKINKE.
We Will Purchase Wheat
As money is scarce, we will pay in goods for wheat
65 cents per bushel ; and for flonr $2,75 per hundred
pounds. We will furnish sacks for wheat and re
lT" t?.!berat nr Store in Browiille or at
Mel Tin s Mills. D j. MARTIN A CO.
Krownnile, Oct. 20, 1859. otP-5
AH AUTHENTIC XIOGKAPHT OF THE
"tittle Giant" of tlie West.
Now ready for delivery the Life of Hon. Stephih
a. Douglas, with hi m0st important speeches and
repotts. . .
B 5em!)tof ,he western Bar. Price $, bound
in cloth, and 30 cents in paper cover.
No man in the Ccited States at the present time 5s
luotcd to with mori fcn,,,,i ffc, ,U
, - , c- u 1 HilC'VP. .Mail niv. m.iiii-
Bushed Senator from Illiouis. Indeed his friends inall
r;.!L J . rmoj I upon him not only as tt e
II! .he fresent man the man for the crisis acd
iuv most lmnnrt! .
incorporated in th
ATr. Donslas Speeches re
Butted before publication, for the criticism cf tomeof
JUT. Douglas' most tn,i:-:. '.. 1 v w.
rect confidence, and bvthmi i ,din .nr,rn,i n i
creomraended. " ,-
Fcr sale at the Metrcpolitan Bookstore, i
PHILIP fc SOLOMONS -c
ii ... 332, Penn avaiue.
Sole agents for Law........ c.
uoaery. , j aa
AQfllEULTURAL BOOKS
. FOR SALE DT
L. BUSEUSTELIL,,
(Successor to Edwarda Sc. Bushnell,) ' .
97 Fourth St., St. Louis, Mo.
American Farmers' Encyclopedia, a valuable work. 4 00
ine nore s 1 001, aim now lo K.eep it Sound; cloth 60
Cole's American Veterinarian . 60
Siockhardt's Chemical Field Lectures I cu
jonnsorrs Agricultural Chemistry 1 25
Fessendcu's Complete Farmer ami Gardener I 25
do American Kitchen Gardener 60
Richardson on the Horse 25
do on the Hog 05
do 011 the Pests of the Farm "a
Milburn & Stevens on the Cow, and Dairy Ilusb'ry 25
Chinese Sugar Cane and Sugar Making 25
Padder's Farmer's Land Measure 2 00
tFiicnon's Treatise on Much Cows; cloth eo
Domestic and Ornamental Poultry, plain 1 CO
Randall's Sheep Husbandry 1
Youatt, Randal & Skinner's Shepherd's Oon Book 2 00
Barry's Fruit Garden 126
Stephens' Book of the Farm, 460 illustrations 4 00
Tbe American Architect, or Plans for Country
Dwellings 6 00
Smith's Landscape Gardening, Fiirks and Pleasure
Grounds . I 25
Weeks o the Bee; cloth eo
Wilson on Cultivation of Fiax 25
Elliott's American Fruit grower's Guide 1 25
The American Florist's Guide 75
Every Lady nor own Flower Gardener, pap 35, cl 60
The Rose Culturist, paper 25c, clotb 60
Moore's Rural Hand Books. 4 volnmes 6 00
Nel lis Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Gardeuer'a
Companion
Dadd's Modern Horse Doctor 1
Dadd's American Ccttlc Doctor 1
The Stable Boi.k
Bridtseman'g Florist 8 Guide
do Gardeners' Aistant 1
do Fruit Cultivator
do Gardeners' Instructor
Field nand Book of Pear Culture
Cole's American-Fruit Book
Buist's Family Bitchen Gardener
do American Flower Directory 1
Dana's Muck Manual, cloth 1
Norton's Scientific and Praatical Agriculture
Downing's Latiosvape Gartieniug 3
Bre k's Book of Flowers 1
Leucber's Hot Houses and Green Houses , 1
Nash's Progressive Farmer
Allen ou tne Cultnreof tbe Grape 1
Allen's American Farm Book 1
do Rural Architecture 1
Pardee on tbe Strawberry
Youatt and Martin on tbe Hog
Youatt, Martin and Stevenson Cattle
Youatt on the Horse
Munn's Practical Land Drainer
Miner's American Bee Keeper's Jranual
Quimby's Mysteriej of Bee Keeping
Borgbo and Irnpbec, Sngar Plants
nistoryof Morgan Horse
Reemelin's Vine Dresser's Manual
Browne's American Poultry Yard 1
Waring's Elements of Agriculture
Hooper's Dog ami Gun
Skillful Ilousewise, paper 25e. cloth
White's Gardening ror the Sooth 1
Charlton's Grape Grower' Guide
Persox cn tbe Culturo of the Vine
Thompson's Food of ami ma Is, clotli
Rnral Esays Downing 3
Asbtity's IllnnoU Form Book j
Whittlesey's Missouri Form Biok, almost indis
rnable to every man in Missnnrt
t3Anyof the above books sent by mail free, on
receipt of p rice. 41-ot
CARRIAGES,
WAGONS,
BUGGIES,
SULKIES,
In the City of Crownvillo. They hare both had
many years eipcrience in Eastern Manulacturies,
and natter thernscves they will be able to pleaso the
public both in work and prices.
All kiuds ot repairing promptly attended to.
Wo jL.tslx. 33ix-t a. Trial.
T. E. & J. C. LERKLEY.
Brownville, Mny, 3, 1S60.
OREGON NURSERY.
E. n. BURCHES & CO.,
PROPRIETORS.
Oregon, Holt Co., LIo.
The undersigned have long since ; been convinced
of the want of a first class Nursery in tho West,
whero
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, &C,
Can be adapted to ourclimateand soil. In view of
theso facts, we have established one at this place,
and have now in successful cultivaton. which we of
fer for sale at
Wholesale or Retail,
The coming season, a largo and well selected stock.
suiieu 10 iqh cnmrtte, j
Apples, standard and dwarf;
Pears, standard and dwarf;
Cherries, standard and dwarf:
Peaches, . .
Plums, -
Apricots, v
Nectarines, Quince,
Grapes,
Currents,
Gooseberries',
KAjpbcrries,
DtrawDcrncsaad blackberries,
Evergreen, Ornamental Treo.. and Shrubs.
Greenhouso and Bedding Plant?, Koses, Dahlias,
SC., etc., aC.
To which we would beg leave to call the attention
of tbe people of Western Missouri, Nebraska, Kan-
pas ana towa.
iOur terms will be low as any reliable eaat
era Nursery.
By purchhsing of us theexpenaeof transportation
Hum tuo oust can 00 saved.
All trees and plants are carefully labeled and
packed in the best manner for any part of the Unit
ed States, for which a charge of the actual cost only
:?! t. 1 , .... . ...
imioe. no cuarge wuibe tnada for thedeli
very ot packages on board steamboa s.
All communications addressed to the nndersincd
win receive prompt attention.
E. II. BURCIIES A CO,
S1IGM CAM HUB
The
best s
ins forty-e,
and severa
ings. A
six hundred
bund reU
and flowers from u tier
TRMS 1 cory 1 year .""''eadvincs
The Edition :itn. Colore P'at,,'.
I copy I year, pya e InartTio. . .
Specimen numbers mailed o,xn 'eceipt ftitaeu!.
Plain edition IScts; colored edition s "
Yolumes commence wiih thrJiaaSTy ?unbr x.
; j , cu,i rom tcjl . uio?
'"t " -'wb-kchu, OUI-SUDSCrij)t'onlI13Tt,MW
with any number at the option of the snh.N.
Bound vols. In cloth, fur 1SS2 2 m"60"."'. .
'6 and '8, $2 60 ' ' 01 'i T
Trie publishers of he"Hirt
to thi periodical as a valaab
has a steadily Increasing circc
tlculterist" calls
ulation In ths m,..f 5
ble quarters, visting monthly every si.,. 'fw
and the Canada ua rnr
""""T"'' jiurmis, uardentrs fa1'
memt Makers, Publishers'' ' '
and generally all thore connected wi'hnl,
throughout the Union and Canada, ut l?J?ilzr
readiest mode of commusicatinz with th....
customers . . ' ''ifodi
isements shonl.l reach therubUsWw
leuioum preceding intended ptibiin," ' l0
always ab:e to meet the demand m J. H
U4
the cmrnnnicificn. r,
1 a 1 1 n rs 1 r .1 1 m - . . -
mul( 5
Advertisements shonli!
20;h of the month precedir
he is not ,
vertisiug columns.
have ihe preference.
legibly written ' --- i ot tfTJ
As the space to be occupied by Advertisement, a, .
regulated to some extent by the w.hesof adTmTiT
It Is well to indicate on fhe nunncript abotit tbeVS.
wivbe.1 ror. and the number of insertions
Subscriptions and all other bnsines. cmtnuniei'La,
should be addressed to SAXTO.V, BA BUI " c0
, - - - 23 Iirk Row, New
rjLoiyrns, friits, &c
St-
JOHN A. KENNICOTT. attlin,n.- v- ..'.
Northfleld, 111., has ready for deliy..r.. ' r
,iuUiS:r,)ecill'rT"llPs' low rate 0 12a
100, and $J0 per M for large roots: '
Strawberries, of all the most approved" var'e"-
from sY2 to SU nr if f,,r m....- - , .. ... V7 T":t-tt
Alhnriv V-i.'tia X,..... - r, . . . -
, ,Ciin:ip, iu toiucenrj per foot
:oriin2 ti V iriel. r.,., . . ' .wi,
. iu, iif avcrdv .O Cf Htl.
100. and the smaUer tbe cheaper and better tu.u.,.?.
customers. -...
Small Fruits. Currants, noughton Gooseberry, R,n
berries, Blackberries, ic, much lower thai ever offrrt
before. "
Ornamental Trees, Roses and other nriw i,vk.
la great variety and aoundancei and 10 km .m,'t'i!
arge plants of Tprilit IIjnevs :ck!e. I.r-
Deutaij Scahra. Prim. Ac. at frnm i m n'n-.'k..'
dred. And the beautiful Dicbjtra Spec abalis and otfc.
er choice perennials at $1,50 to $i per d,, and coo-
111 on 111115 an rieirabie at ab.mt half n-ir
Catalo(tiies by mail on application; and Tio-r thin.
safely packed ior diitant tran.-portjtion ; and amis
ujom iuins aoia at about ten per eent., less to aatuma
than Spring. fc,T,
G O O
LIKE HOT
CAKES!
THOSE WISHING
Will Lose Bargains
BY DELAYING!
-Crownvillc, May 3, 18S0.
JOSEPH L. ROY,
IB -L :e. :b IE3 n.
HAIR DRESSER
lilain Street,
bhott:tixi.e, rv. t:
AXD
EVAPOEATOES
A 11AVI1 made arrancernentii -ifh nnrr.ru
uii.uiiir.u3. anesville. Ohio, tbe nnlv sf -.hi ish mont
in the United States, engaged exclusively iu the manu-
aciure 01 oorgno sugar Mills, Evaporators, Ac, by
which I can furnish the farmers In this reaii-n with thone
raucn neeaen articles. Tbe Douglas Sugar Mill and Ap
paratus were awarded the First Premium at the Ohio
Slate Fair; and the highest honor at the United State
Agricultural society, a silver medal. I am confident
Farmers ot Nebraska, Kansas, Northern Missouri and
aouiuern lowa can nnu no otter to suit them better
euner in price or otnerwise.
Capacity and Price cf Llilla
Turce Iron Rollers in Strong Iron Frame.
No C One norse Vertical Mil) presses froni55
to 4u gallons of Juice per hour ; price g
do 1 One horse Vertical presses from 23 to 40
gal ions of Juce per hour ; price
Same as No 1 ; extra heavy.
do 2 Two horse Vertical presses from 35 to fin
gallons of juice per hour ; lieht drift
do 3 Two horM; Vertical Mouble ce.irpdl nrr-
es from 35 lo&O gallons juice per hour, heavy
draft
Uo 4 Two horse Vertical (single geared) press
es 110111 ou iu ogailons of Juica Dr l...nr :
heavy draft
Co 6 Four horse Vertical (4ng!e geared) capa
city from 100 to 125Bll.in nar h,.n
do 6 To horse Horizontal (ha k geared) suita
ble 10 auaca toTbreNhins Machine or other
power, presses from 40 to 0 gallons of
juice per honr
do 7 Two horse Horizontal, with vertical phaft
to apply lever to. workM Ly horaes tame as
Vertical, presses 40 to 60 gallons per boar
to iz?
do 8 Fonr horse Horizontal (back geared) suit
able to attach to Threshing Macbioeor other
Power. preses 7Sto 100 irallona oer honra 151
di Six horse floriiontal (back gearc"! calcu
lated for water or steam power, reauy for
tbe belt, and wjtb capacity to work off a crop
of from 15 to 20 acres of Cane. 15;
11. w. rtnarAS, At.
has establised, In the rear of his B:M-hoa
ATHING hooji,
of those woo comiJer deaa-
For the accommodation
lines a virtue.
5(
6f
6i
80
EO
100
110
100
100
00
CO
00
25
60
5
60
60
60
60
70
26
00
60
60
00
25
60
C5
05
25
60
70
25
25
60
05
00
00
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65
05
70
65
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00 B .i,rJS.TOWiiucar ia Richardson and adjcinin:
counucs, also to the drawing of deeds, pre-emption pa-
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'GO. American Stock Journal.?60.
The groat success which has attended the p'1
cation of the First Volume of th AUER1CAJ
STOCK JOUUXAL, has induced the Proprietor to
undertake several improvement for the Volume
commencing January, 1850, and he now offerrit tff
the public with the a-sorance that it present 'Z'
character will be fully sustained, and no effort
be spared to render the pnperan indispensable
essity to all interested in tho Breedicgand 31an
ment of our Domestic Animals.
The v ctcrluarv Department will h nndar th
Editorial direction cf Dr. Geo. II. Dadd. the distia-
guished Veterinary Surgeon, and late Editor id
Prpi ietnrof the Awrtcai Veterinary Jonr1.
bach umber of the paper con tainj 32!ar oea-
vo pngef, and is hand omely illustrated. Ili'P8"
iished monthly at 25. Park Row. w Yoax. Tirns
$1 per year, invariably in advance, with
disKnnt toelubs.
f-ffSnecimcn copies cratis. Mouev 1
publisher's riok in reiji.tertd letter.
1. V. LIXsLEY, Pr
C. M.Saxtox. Barker A Co.. Agents.
libera
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CHOICE SEEDS! WARRANTED ifQ
Japan Apple-Pie Melon;
ilutbard Squash,
Fig Tomato,
Strawberry Torn
Iowa Wate :V
Bradford Waterct
Clarendon Watenneloa,
SuzarSoua?h.
Odeli'i Large White Watermelon,
ierrya tarlv Prolific Cucumber.
The above are all new and verysuncrlorvin.
and will be sent by mail re,tl5 cents per ;C
aze. Stamps taken for fraction of a dollar.
Addresa, H. A. TEBBY,
nzz-zm
Crescent City, low
IS HAM REAVIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Palls fJity, Bichardson County. Nebraska
DISSOLUTION.
THE Co-p.irtnership of Noel, Lake St Emerson,
heretofore existing and transacting business at
Brownville, X. T., under the name and style of Noel,
Lake A Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
U. C. Johnson will adjust all ursettled business cf
the said firm. JESSE NOEL,
HENRY EMERSON,
HENRY LAKE, by
O. F.Laib, Agent.
Brcwnville, N, ,Msy ls,13f 0. . 4jtf
pcrs. Stc., c.
READY 31 A 15 E
Olotiiing.
JACOB MARHON,
Brownville, Ilebraska,
Keeps constantly on band, a stock of ready-made
clothing, which be pledges Lii customers is of superi
or manufacture ; and which ho will 4ell atioss price
thaa Lastern machine made stuff.
Brownvir.e, April 25, 1860.
The Nebraska Farmei
DEVOTTD TO
Devoted to Agriculture, Stock Rainn
Uorticulture, Mechanism, Education.
Pv.llished at BrotcnviUe, N. T.
On tho first of every month at $1 a year for1
frle copies; Six enpie, $3; Thirteen eopie '
Twenty cr.pics, $15.
hin-Mn Ort -lr 1S53. Soecimea
bers furnished gratis on application. Bicknunbeia
can be furnished.
Will every fricml of Agriculture and Eiacajo
in Nebraska. Northern Kansas, Southern Iowa.ao .
Northern Missouri, lend a helping hand, to estalhi"
and m.-untain a journal devoted exclusively to t-
within tho region named but ean and ongi
furnish a club of ' at least, 13 subscribers.
along without delay.
Address ,
FURNAS 4 LTANXA.
BrownviH, '
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