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LUSHBATJGE & C AKSOH,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS,
'Dealers in Coin.Uneurrent Money, Exchange
. ani Land Warrants,
ColUclionsma.de on all acce ssj"fo points. Taxes paid.
rvi.iron;pt attention gi en to all ouiiueas pert.rn.i5 to
CitcUss Land Agency.
acevts ron ttv.
united states express companv,
AMfeand reliable couipay lor the traasuii.-sicn cf
aioncy packages. . .
. Also Acenlsfor the Hartford Firelusnrance CoT.pany
f nartf ord, Cour-.eci.iciH. .
Wehave remove-'. cdr-ofS.-e to the new r-uilding on
Knin utreet. next dvior to Theodore Ui.i'e Store, and
, tiexr the I. S. Laud Ofaoe.
Oct 27, lb5G. iil5 LUjS'.ICAUGII & CATISOX. .
- THE NEDRASHA FARMER.
DEVOTED TO AtTCr I.TI'RK. ITOtrriCULTURE,
MECHANICS ANI) KDi'C TIOX.
. rubluhcd monthly In a mtal ociavo form of sixteen
Terms in Advance.
Onecorr, one year,
Pit f'Trlrs, "
X Card ct 6 1
;.:o, or.c year,
i. -three i:ii.r.;rS
tea of Advei tisements.
i.?.;ir Ic-n t.;;c i.ii-rtiv)U, $1.00
" oucyear c 00
One Fourth' Column, " ?J
Or. Half Column,- " --
One Column. " "J'
Payable quarterly in a Ivancc. Yearly advertisers are
allowed to change their advertisements cjarterly.
St. Joscpli to Omaha.
ITANNIBAL & ST. JO, R. R.
Arrangaments have been runde, by the Hanni
bal and St. Joseph K?il Koad Company, to com
mence with tho openiDg oi navigation, icr a .
TRI-WEEKLY LINE OF PACKETS,
to run in connection "with said Road regularly from
Joseph to Brownville, Gmaiia,
and all other intermediate! pointa.
The following new, popnlaraml fast runningpacket
boats constitute the line for the present:
- CIURTER OAK
Life Insurance Company,
Incorporated ly the State cf Connecticut:
Capital Slocli. $'200,000.
invested under the sanctk n und approval of the
ComyLroUerof l'ublic Accounts.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
-JAMES C. AYALXLEY, 1'rcsidcnt.
JOHN L. BU.NCE, Vice I'rcaident.
ELI AS GILL. Secretary.
E. D.DICKEIiMAN, General Agent.
0 E AHA
Captain - - - BAJj TMAEEH,
r .."- '" ill.
f J,.- f iifWM.-'
M. T. LCSHBATTCH. U JHO. L. CARSOS
LUSHBAUGH & CARSON,
BANKERS AND GENERAL LAND AGENTS
Dealers in Coin.
TJucurrent Money, Exchange and Land "Warrant,
BROWJCVILLK, NEMAHA CO., N. T.
Kpecial attention will bo given to Buyicg and Selling
Exchange on the principal cities of the. United States,
Gold, Silver, and uncurrcnt Bank JTotcs A constant sup
ply of Land Warrants on hand for f ale, FOit cash, or en
tered on time for Pre-emptors. All Warrants sold by us
guaranteed in every respect. Will rile Declaratory State
ments of intention to pre-empt, and prepare Pre-emption
Papers at short notice. -Money loaned upon lest securi
ties, a western rates of interest,- an investments made
in Lands or city property for distant capitalists. Collec
tions upon all convenient points wilLbcpromptly attend
ed to and proceeds remitted in exchange, atcurrent rates.
Bills of Exchange on England, Ireland, and France, ob
tained at usual rates, with, cost of Exchange on the East
added. Deposits received on Current account amlinterest
a! lowed on special deposits.
OFFICE Main St., near U. S. Lana umce.
LhS, Brother & Co., Merchants,
McN'augbton, Carson & Co., "
A&A 1 U. VV LULU, r
Toung, Carson &. Bryant, "
Jno. Thompson Mason, Col'rof Port,
E. M. Punderson &Co. Merchants,
M. M. Yeaklo it, Co. No. 17, Broadway,
Win. T. Smithson, Esq.. Banker,
J. T. Stevens, Esq., Att'y at Law,
no. S. Gallaher, Latc3dAud. u. S. T
Taylor &. Kriegh, Bankers,"
McClelland, Scruggs & Co. Merchants,
Hon. Thos. O. Pratt, ,
Hon. J. W. Geary, Ex-Oor. Kan?as,
Hon. Jas. O. Carson,
P. B. Small, Esq., Pres'tS. B3nk,
Col. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Law,
Charles Parsons 6t Co. Bankers,
H. C. Nuttfc Co.
Greene, Weare &Eice,
Douglass &. Watson,
Col. Sam Ilambleton, Att'y ai Law,
Judge Turs. Perry,
Prof. JI. Tutwiler, '
Oct. 8, '57-v2-nl5-tf '
THE UNION SAFE !
janiol Thillip?, JohnL.Bprce,'
j' t i'.utk r, I- Di' U'-ruian
Sani.' (.' ''t' ' Xciirn ilvllister,
JaaicsC rlWcy. .
S.B.Bernford,M P, Ccnsuh'JnjrrhysiCian.
A. S. Holladay,M I. Medical C""'n"',,
Applications received by II. W. FURi?
n5-tf I3rownr..'lc r
NABK1DGED DICTI0NAR1 .
Captain - - - - ' CALVERT,
For Freight or Passage apply to
FREIGHT XX D TICKET AG EXT,
Forwarding S Co)ii?nission JercAan,
Erownville, Nel:raslia. "
Capt. R. FORD, Gen. Ticket Ag't.
J. S. K. HA WOOD, Gen. Supt.
BOOTS & SHOES
Por tlxo ZkSi.13 i on.
y--"lTlh-i'- i r, r,
NEW PICX021AL EDITION.
1500 Pictorial IIlu tr-tion;.
irebave jK"tir:ucd a ueweditun cf Webster X7--abridgel
Dictivnarj , cniaihi:.'g ISCt'Pi'-toriil Illustra
tions beautiful ly ox'i'ijfM.
9,C00 to 10.0DO NEW 1VOIIDS in the Voc friary,
Table of SrNONVlIS, by IVcf Goodrich,
lnwhicu .uj..re thau two thousand words htc c.,"cfully
JiscriiBinsted. fortniug a lulier work on Engash i-.vno-Byms,
of itself, thau any other issued, boiJos Crabb,
n l believed ia advance or that.
TUr. rivini Trpnnnci.iiion cf Xcmrs ff 60C0
distinguished Persons cf Modern Times,
. Petculiar use nf Words and Terms in the hitle.
With viher nw Feature, together u-Hh c'.l the matter
OF PREVIOUS EDITIONS.-
Comprised In a VoI.l iSO pagrcs.
W have seen rpecinien theetsof the Pictorial Illus
trations. T!iev nre v c'.l executed, n-d will tttcn be
found tisefal H civiiig a ninth in-re Correct idea f an
'obiect thn cjii l'f obtained by a dciluition. -V. 1. Tri
Ve tinTO teen specimen r-es of po"tton3 m archi-
lecture and ornijUobigy . v.d find tbCR of artistic beauty
. as well asnf ercat practical value Curat tan Mirror,
Avril 12' -ISM.
We b? ve Keen specimen sheets of these Illustrations,
and can bardlv ee how thoycim be improved in beauty
or accuracv IJoon Evening Transcript.
Webber's Pictorial Dictionary in Boston.
S exhaustive an.l wtisfaetory v.e have nrtiformly
found U to be. that enlargement '.-md improvenieut
seemed hardly desirable. Huston Journal
AS It WlU'le. UiP V. Oik O.I HO I'.II.O.UJ. HJI I -.
probable Hint it xi'ii! sotr. have one. Button Traveler
' Leaves -o little cither !r the strict c!u:or, be niar.
. of general cu'ttire. -r tbe limited employer t 'tirmon
'words, to doMie, that it mjy with truth be said, that
tiG.titrijt in tbe lexiccti'aphic.il line i lei't to be de.-ired.
"TbftcriUcaof Wtbstcr si e. f a tenc. al thing, mouscrs
aad m de lrintors. 7Ja .'o; Lctt.jcr.
Pome of i-he foretmt whoh-rs of the aga, bth in E j-
- j.i: ,.!r,- iiavo lmrn croooied for yours tn
V...L-,f rnvi.liiUSIlil ;olllti'H
CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE.
TIIET ARE OF EVERY G5A?E,
And Made of Good Stock,
Baltimore, Md. ,
Good Shoes at from 75 cents to Three Dol
lars per Pair. . '
Good Hoois nt From $1,50 to $G
Having just returned witU a new stock f
I invite tho -attentkn' of my '13 CTrtumen and the
prrChasiTijr public. I hare never liafore ben able to
oiler sueli bargains as at present, iu either variety Etyle
quality aud iirices.
BO XOTTAIL TO STOP
BIWW.iyiLLE SHOE STORE,
Brownville, ,'lpril. 26. IS60.
WILLIAM T. DDN.
Jtos.'on Travi r-'i
and will maintain
it a f.Tnl fait. a. iLVim entity
ffi.rrr.Iio.sfon Atlasond lice
xm"uic't"f le-irnii.g in this Millie iine or hterary
efrrt. such as no picvioin ae li ;is seen. L'os Recorder
' Making the entire wrk one which cannot be surpassed
n't which in our etiantiou will remain unequalled.
N E Farmer
These important improvements niut ninke this far in
advance Of any competitor in the Held Ioso?t Cuiigre
qationaUst ' To every tvriter and speaker of English it is indispen
gibe Ballou's Pictorial
This new edition is a perfect mine-of knowledse pud
a most complete book -t teieren .e Com. Bulletin
Appears to be as complete as it is postdble to be made
Frcra Hen. J. Grcccorv, Surerintendent of
Plblic Instruction. Llich.
OJJire Smit. Pub. Inst.,
' Linking, J unc 30,, lSo9;
Messrs. G. SC. il r.Rni a m ,
I kr.nw not how to ex
press my gratification with 11. e valuable and beautiful
features a iled to the pieal n;itiinal work, Webster's
Quarto Dictionary. They remlcr it ii posML-'.e t-'.ill more
worthy of tl-.e pr.-ttd pi. ice it ti-cupies us the grct stand
ard dictionary of our go4 F.tisiish lauguage. I say
Vtandard, for while a fi-w sch-durs and others here and
there, irxfr irtber- liie'i.-mtirie. Wehstpr's is beyond
dispute the b-".k .f the pe -ple, the cvnmon stanitard of
anpeal atnjog the tiic, le c nedatiu unlearned, in our
land. Nor need thu be re-'-ttivl, as I0113 as its publish
er take such unwearied p.itns to keep it abreast with
every iniproveuie.u ta:iJc in tho language. H er.n only
express tor very sincere hope that you m::y be ftiKy re
warded for the good work you are doing in the cau:e of
With considerations of high respect,
I remain, gentlemen, Yours truly,
G M. GUEGCRY.
Bold by all Wdtsellers.
GET THE BEST. GET
g- o rj
EMU Fit WSMS.
.. Of 'XchrasJca and N. IF.' Missouri:
AGAIN I would call the atinti-n r tfci fa-rners
. of Nebra-k and Mi.t;ri, to the fact that 1 have on
Iisnd and am cotrttatii lv manufavtuiing, at my Plow
Factory, in t)rc3on, Mo., wagon, and every pattern of
plows, to-wit :
One and Two Horse Plovrs,
And Harrow Teeth
Together wf.h everyihing In this line m-ed by a farmer.
I- take the respou.-ibriity of saying .that my two horse
plowjTwi'.l do better work, in stubble cr any kind of
rough ground, than any I loanuf tcttn ed or sold in this
tipper couutry. My twu-horfC and prairie piows will be
old. for c.v-n .n terms, such as w-;;i place them in the
rea' h of every farmer.
JJy Plows can be old alne.1 from my agent at Iowa
Point, K. T., Erownvi ! lo, Nodaway county, iUiiotU,
Jtitsh 1! .tteni, Koll cot uty, Lrownvil le. S. T., and For
est City'. J1ARTIX HOFFMAM.
K.. It. AH kinds of repairing djna-vil'a teatnesband
dispatch, en libet al tortus.
.. Oregon, AIo., ilay, ltioJ.
Theodore Mill, Agent
Lecps ou hand a general assort-
. At Brownville, :. T
laentof ilutfiunii's Pl
Krowaviile. 11 y, r-
Invariant to Farmers .
Vessrs. Jat-ies C.'j-iiUn & Sen, PubHahcrs Philadel
phia, will eetii .. Agi-icnlturtl Woik published la
ASitrUi piitpaii, Cii rtcetpt of the re-tail price.
A Benevolent Ivtitution established by special En'
dorrment. for the relief of the sick and distressed,
afflicted with Virulent end Epedcmic Disease.
Tlli; Howard Association, in vie of theawful distrnc-
tionof huiuun lifecatised 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 act worthy of their
name, to open a dispensary for tho treatment of this
class of diseares, in all theirforms, and to give Medical
Advice Gratis to all who apply by letter, with adescrip
tion cf their condition (age, occupation, habits of life,
&.c.) and in caseof extrcmepovcrty.tofurnish medicines
free of charge. It Is needless to add that the Associa
tion commands tliehigbest Medical skill of the age, aud
will furnish the most approved inooerii treatment.
The Directors of the Association in their Annual Re
nnal Itepott upon the treatment of Sesual Diseases, ex
press the highe-t satisfaction with the success which has
attended the labors of their Surgeons in the cure of Sper
matorrhoea; Seminal Weakness; Gonorrhoea; Gleet;
Syphilis ; the vice of Onanism or self-abuse, disease of
ihe Kidneys and Bladder, &c, ana order a continuance
of the same plan for the ensuing year.
The Directors, on a review of the past, feel assured
that their labors in thissjihere of benevolent efi'ort have
been of great benefit to the afflicted, especially to the
young, aud they have resolved to devote themselves,
with renewed zeal, to this very important and much de
An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Stasturbatiou or self
abuse, and other diseases cf the Sexual organs, by the
Consul ilng Rurceon, will be sent bv mail (in a sealed
envelope) FREE OP CHARGE, on the receipt of TtVO
STAMPS for postage. Other reports nnd Tracis on the
nature and treatment of Sesual diseases, diet, Sec, are
constantly being pnblished for gratuitous distribution,
and will besent to the afdicted. . Some of the new re
medies and methods of treatianets discovered during the
last year are of great value.
AdJressfor Report or treatment, DR. J. SKILLTX
noL'GUTON, Acting Surgecn, Howard Association, No.
2, South Ninth Street, Philadelphia.
15y order of the Directors.
EZKAD. nARTWELL, President.
Eo. Fairchii.d, Secretary.
July It, iSM-ly
JOHN W. MIDDLETON,
IiROYTCVILE, 7. T
ATTN'OTJK'CES that he has just recrdved
ltr'it(om St. Louis, with a fresh stock, and has
5 nowou hand, principally of his own manu
facture, Pine Gents and Eadies Saddles,
II usgy and Wagon Harness,
Of Every Style,
PIKE'S PEAK WHIP LASHES,
A good supply always kept on hand.
IVork Manufactured to Order.
CALL ASTD SEE FOE YOTJESELVES.
Brornrt!!8, April IBS').
St. Louis, Mo.
Annapolis, I J.
Penn. . .
Des Moine "
PERU,NEMAIIA COUNTY, N.T.
R.W. FRAME & CO.,
Havingongngedin tho Mercantile Business, would
respectfully invite the citizens of Nemaha, and ad
joining counties in Nebraska, Atchison county, Mo.,
and Fremont county, Iowa, to call and examine their
stock, consisting of ... . .
And all other articles usually kept in
AH of which ve.will sell on the raostrrea
snable terms for
CASH OR PRODUCE.
All are solicited to call and examin our
S J? O . -'
We expect to k'eep,fe, full stock, .ad -'are
determined to make it the
V, ; '" interest of ' ; '
27 X- xxx o r a
TO DEAL WITH US.
We also wish to Purchase
-. BUSHELS OF CORN,
For which, wo will pay tho highest
3? 1 i o o . i
R. W. FRAME & CO.
Peru, Feb. 1, 1660.
SEIGBIi & GREENBAUjI,
Announce that they have received and opened their
READY-MADE CLO lllfG,
Hats Caps, and Boots & Slnoes
. Gentlemen's Under Wear,
Carpet Sacks, &c, &c,
Their stock varies from the
FINEST QUALITY :
TO THE .
Avery fine stock of
fliT?T?f Tin n? n
Gratif 1 for past patronage they hope by future
attention to business, and a determination to please,
in style, quality and prices, to merit not oiHy a con
stant put increased patronage.
GIVE C3 A CALL.
Brewnville, April 12, 1850,
NEBRASKA CITY .
Capital Stock 50,000,
K EE It A SKA - CITY, K. T. .
THIS Company, tinder a liberal charter, Is now
fully organized, and thcirentirecapitalstock of
Fifty Thousand Dollars, paid in and secured. They
are prepared, from this date, to grant open policies,
and take risks, upon equal terms, with the most
faTorcd Insurance Company any where. Having
adopted the mutual principle, its patrons, without
incurring any liability, will share in the profits of
Tho operations of the Company, will be confined,
for the present, to marine, or cargo risks, with a
maxiniumliability of $12,500 on any onebottcm.
eing tbe only Insurance OEcc, on the above pop
ular plan, West of the Mi ssouri, it confidently ex
pects a generous support from Wrcstcrn Mercha nts.
We respectfully invite the Missouri Iiivcr pa-
' DIRECTORS :
S.F. Nuckolls, Chas. F.IIoily,
II. P. Eennet, J. L. Armstrong,
W. .Uinchman, Miles Wjrown,
A. A. radford.
April 2d,18eo. -421-
I hereby caution all persons indebted to the Iat3
firm of Green, Sprinkle & Co.,aIias,Sprinkle, Baker
i Green, against paying any debts, notes of ha nd or
boek accounts accruing to said firm except to myself,
from my office about a vearairc. and & vt 1 li nt
I . - mr C- f J w n l ..
ana cannot get any satisfaction ns to the di.K.sa! of
; ths collvcticns. LEVI SPRINKE.
LUMBER !; ."LUMBER !!
Cheaper than liver for Cash or
. on Time.
LEWIS LAWRENCE, . :
Well known in this region ns a successful and ac
commodating lumber dealer, has again taken the
Mill on- Soiiora Island,
And ia prepared to furnish every desirable, quality
of lumber for fencing or building purposes ; deliver
ed at tho Mill, or at
v - Brownville ,. LandiDg,
Or at any point on tho riveras may beagrced upon.
Areas follows. AttheMiib forca-sh, from
30 cents per 100 feet to $1 per 100 feet.
On time, say three, six, nine, or twelvemonths,
from . .
45 cents per 100 feet to $1.2-5 per 100 feet,
with in nftreent. interest from delivery, note to be
.. r . -
secured bv unincumbered real estate.
The lumber will bo delivered at any poin t on tne
Minnri Tiirpr wi thin 50 milesdown stream, at 2o
cents per 10a feetin addition to the abovo prices
wncnsuuicicnt amounts are taKcaiojusiuy t uc con
struction of a raft.
To those wishing lumber, particular attention is
called to theso propositions, which cannot 'ail to
Coma with, orsendyour order3, and they shall be
filled without delay. . .. . . - .- -
100,000 Tcet of liUinbcr on Iiand,
And .more making, every, day. .
March 1st, 18G0. Cm. :-' . -' '-i
Por 0 slx and 021 Time
" Te are prepared to loan Land Warrants of all sizes to
settlers on-such time as they may desire long or short.
at the usual rates. "
A constant supply of Warrants will be tept on hand
for sale as cheap aa they' can to hocsnt clsewnerem
town. -' '- ' ' ' ' ' ''
Buy of regular dealers and heware of bogus warrants.
All warrants sold by us will be guaranteed to be
genuine ia every respect sift will be exchang ed if de
Beincr permanently located in Brownville, we canal
ways, bo found at the old stand a few doors east of the
Li;snrsAUGir.& c arson,
Bankers, and Dealers inXand Warrants.
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS!
STEAM FERRY BOAT,
' ' , . :: at
Brownville, .Nebraska. ..
To those in tho States contemplating going to
the Nebraska and Kansas
The undersigned desire to say, and in so doing will
not practice d3ception;th3t (hero are advantages
to bo secured in
Crossing the Missouri river at Brownville,
and outfitting ft t, and starting from tbn t point , not
to bo found at any otherplace on the Missouri Ri
ver. In the first place, on both sidesof the river
are larce cxtcntsol bottom lands in which srrass
makes a much earlierstart than on the uplands, and
is much moro abundant, being inexhaustible the
entire season. Ilore, then, is a desirable place to
recruit stock beforestarting on tho Plains. Htock
can also be purchased here on very favorable terms
The Erownville Steam Ferry boat, being tho best
on the Iiivcr, offera peculiar indacciaentsjor cross
ing at this point. It islarge and commodious; with
powerful machinery, which enables tho proprietors
to ferry emigrants and. others in the most expedi
We- undertaka to sny that the ousinvssmen of
IJrownvillo areas well prepared toserre thoe wish
ing supplies, with a superior quality and on as fav
orable termsas can bo found elsewhere. Everything
dc-Diro-vii . purchased in 1'rownville, such as
Provisions, Clothing, Mining imple
ments, &c., &c.
The Route from Brownville to tho 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 Omaaa. As
to distance, an examination cf the map is all that
is necessary to prove to nny one that it ia nearer
frm here to the mines than from any other point
on tle Missouri. On this routa wood and water
abountf tho entire dlstmrco, whilo on many Others.
wood Lastd be hauled for many days. . . j
The forego' ig facts aro fully and satisfactorily es
tablished by tb.0 immense travel of Inst yenr, nnd
those who adop it the present season will have no
causo to regret having done so. Thereforo
Cross the Missouri River at and start
J0IINT C0IDIXGT0X fr CO.,
; Proprietors Steam Ferry Boat.
Lime ! Lime ! ! Lime ! ! !
The underpinned whose k'-lns are situated nine miles
west of Brownville, on the n.ad leading to Ft. Kearney,
keeps constantly on hand a very superior articto of
lime, to which he invites tho attention of those wish
In; The Lime will be delivered at thek'iln or at any
other point in the county, asdesirca'-
Feb. 9, 1SG0 Cili ' E. 3f. LOXG.
The Great Female Pitts.
DIt. J. P. CREAGKIt i. the General Asent. Whole
sale and retail, for Dr. Wheatins's celebrated j'enialO
Pill?.- These Pilis are tncl'j valuable for ladies : For
they irill restore the monthly courses' ichen they may
stop from any cause whatever. They never have fail
ed in any case w here the directions around the box con
taining the Pi'ls have been strictly followed; indeed,
there is 110 ca.se of fjilurc.evcr vine to our knowledge,
Bern? purely vegetable they are perfectly Fale.
Single boxes, mailed to order postpaid upon receipt
of one dollar, by J, P. cr.E.VG Kit,
Baltimore City, Maryland.
A liberal discount to druggists. 3 cent postage stamps
as good as money. '
Announce to their old customers and the Citizens cf
Browuvilleand vicinity, that they have fitted m a new
stand, with all the conveniences that ladies and ;,-ent le
nien can wish to make them comfortable. Their stand
is on Fir?t Street, between Main and Water, where they
are prepared to serve customers with tho
Choicest CJualily of Bread,
Pound, Sponge, Gold, silver, and every
kind of Cake,.
Butler and Eggs, Picnick crackers,
All kinds of Summer Beverares.
Confectionaries of the Best quality, &e., &c
Toung ladies and pentlenien will do well to call and
get their Jnncy heart candy,
parties, Families and Pick-Nicks
Served on ihe Shortest JVoiice.
Cold Lunch at all Honrs,
The Farmers of Xeniaha and the adjoining counties
will iH well tojtive us acall. Wc also invite tbe trav
eling community to do the same. We will accon; muddle
them 011 the most reasonable terms. . .
Onr motto is "small profts, jnick sales, ami keep the
money iu the Territory," as we are permanently located
in this county of Xeniah.i, Nebraska.
Our experience m catering to the tastsof the citizens
of Brownville, warrant us in the belief that we will be
able to give entire satisfaction, aud that we will receive
a liberal patronage.
Brownville, June ISGO.
The public are now respectfully informed thatthe
undersigned have procured from Cincinnati a.nd put
in operation etc of Ifrffler& Co.'s flour mills of the
latest pntent, and the first bronght to this Territory.
They were induced to exchange their former mill"
for this one, from the high character they have gain
ed in tho east, and from tho personal testimony of
millers who have tried them throughoutthe Western
States, and in view of tbe increased demand for
grinding which will cxeeed that of any previoas
year in Nebraska, requiring a mill that will f the
work bettefrand quicker than apy heretofore in ope
ration. '; 1 r
la addition to their flour mill they will keep the
Corn ilill constantly running, ready at all times to
accommodate the farmers without detention, and by
giving their urfdrrided superintendence to th c busi
ness (assisted by their former miller, Mr. Wells,) they
hope for the continuance and increased patronage of
their friends. 0
Assorted Lumber,' Shingles and Lathconstantly on
bn- " GREEN A- M A F TIN.
I cru M;i:s. Spt. IBb'i.
ra 'BTfa ST-,3
llllUSiiAX UEDai.lt. ;
liiUtiJtiii'i') - - -
ANNOUNCES to the public thathe hasjust re
ceived, per Steamer Kyland, a very large and
well assorted stock of Parlor and Cook Stoves, of
' Plymouth EocK,
Elevated Oven, New E; ,
olden Era. and every variety o
Parlor and Office Stores.
Japancd Ware, Brass Xtcttles,
Iaistlicrns, Copper Wat c.&iJO-
. lu anil TntliTS.
V MM" - .
in t-T .i.,i.nmrcoirtnin n t. n 3 fair rates
and on as accommodating terms as any other esUb-
11 4I 11!. ..inn f.F A11 f W '
I have also now on hand every requisite variety
of Tin,Copperand Shcetlroc ware, andam prepared
to put up guttoringand spouting and all other work
in my line, at short notice, and in a workmanlike
manner.wniou l warranxto givesausiov"ur
I pledge myself not to bo undersold in the Tipper
conntrv. "rt ,
Brownville September 2, 1S53. nio-iy
S P AL D ING'S
if 8 EPA BED" GLUE
"A Stich in Tims Saves Nine !M
- , ' Despatch! Save The Pieces !
As accidents will happen in well-regulated families,
it is very desirable to have eomO cheap and convenient
way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &.c,
Spalding's Prepared Glue meets all such emer
gencies am no household can afford to be without it.
It is always ready and up to tho sticking poitit. There
is no longer a necessity for limping chiiis, splintered
veneers, headless dolls and broken cradles. It is just
the article for cone, shell end other ornamental work,
so popular with ladies of refinement and taste.
This admirable. preparation is used cold, being chem
ically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
qitalitiesof the best cabinet-makers' Glue. It may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
moro adhesive. "Useful in every ramily."
B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price 2oc.
Address: ilenry C. Spaldinc& Co.,
Box no. 3,6000, N. T.
Put up for dealers in cases containing Four, Eight and
Twelve dozen a beautiful Lithographic Show-Card ac
conipaning each package. ,m
O-A single bottle of Spalding's Prepared trlue
will save ten times Its cost annually toevery household.
Sold bv air prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Groceries, and Fancy
Country merchants should make a note of Spald
ing's Prepared Giue, when making up their list. It
will stand anv climaio, -
jrj-lteinoTcd to 84 Cedar St., N. Y. 4I-ot
FOR SALE BY
... (Successor to Edwards Si BushncllJ
97 Fourth St., St. Louis, Mo.
American Farmers' Encyclopedia, a valuable work, 4 00
Tho Uorsc's Foot, and how to Keep it Sound cloth 50
Cole' American Veterinarian. , , .. 60
StodJi-'-rdt's Chemical Field Lectures I CO
Johnson's Agricultural Chemistry 1 25
Fessenden's Complete Farmer and Gardener .' 125
do - American Kitchen Gardener - 50
Richardson on the Horse 25
tio on the Hog 25
tlo on the Pests of the Farm 25
Milburn & Stevenson the Cow, and Dairy Ilusb'ry 25
Chiue.-c Sugar Cane and Sugar Making 25
rudder's Farmer's Land Measure 2 00
Oi.cnoii's Treatise on Alilcb Cows; cloth 60
Domestic and Ornamental Poultry, plain 1 CO
Randall's Sheep Husbandry 1 25
Yotiatt, Handal &. Skinncr'sShcpherd's Oon Book 2 00
Barrv's Fruit Garden 125
Stephens' Book of the Farm. 450 illustrations 4 00
The American Architect, or Plans for Country
Dwellings 6 00
Smith's T.:in,i?cane Gardeninir.Parks andPleasure
nv.m- . 1
Weeks on the Bee; cloth
Wilson un Cultivation of Fiax
Elliott's American Fruit grower's Guide 1
The American Florist's Guide
Every Lady hor own Flower Gardener, pap 35, cl
The Hose Culturist, paper 25c, cloth
Moore's Rural Hand Books, 4 volumes 5
Nellis' Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Gardeuer'
Companion ' . '-'X C3
Dadd's Modern Horse DoctoT , , . 1
Dadil's American Celtic Doc!or ,
The Stable Book . ' '." '.,'lvr '
Bridgetnan's Florist s Guido ., - ', ;
Gardeners'. -AiM-istant ' . .' . ,,. ,. 1
' do Fruit Cultivator , ." '
do Gardeners' limtiuctor
Field Hand 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 Scientiflc and Practical Agriculture
Downing'sLanascape Gardening 3
Breck's Book of Flower 1
Leucher's Hot Houses and Green nouses 1
Nash's Piogressive Farmer
Allen on tne Culture of the Grape 1
Allen's American Farm Boole 1
do ltural Architecture 1
Pardee oa the Strawberry
Youatt and Martin on the Hog
Youatt, Martin and Stevens on Cattle " 1
Youatt on tbe Horse 1
Munu's Practical Land Drainer
Miner's American Bee Keeper's Manual 1
Quimby's Mysteriejof Bee Keeping 1
Sorgho and truphec, Sugar Punts j
History of Morgan Horse j
Reemeliu's Vine Dresser's Manual
Browne's American Poultry Yard 1
waring s Kiements of Agriculture
He ojicr's Dog and Gun
SkiliVul Housewise, paperJ25c, cloth
White's Gardening ror the South 1
Ci.arlton'e.' Grape Growers' Guide
Persozon thCulturoff the Vine
Thompson's Fo 'I of amimals, cloth
Rural Essays, Do:'ning 3
Asbuty's Iilonois Form Book 1
Whittlesey's Missouri Form Book, almost indis
pensable to every u.a.n in Missouri 2
ssjrAny cf the above books sent by mail free, on
receipt of price. 41-ot
Brownville, N. T.
W. C. COMFOET
AITNOUIvCES to his old customers, and lb" citi
zens of Brownvillo and vicinity, that ho has resumed
business -.it his old stand on First Street between Main
and Atlantic, where he is prepared to serve customers
Of. Bread, Sponge, Pound,
Gold, Silver, and every
kind of Cake.
Soda, Butter, Graham and
ics on.zaivi:, soda,
And various other Summer beverages.
Confections of all kinds
PARTIES, PIC-NICKS AND PRI
Served on the shortest notice.
To Pike's Peak will fin well to call at the Mammoth
Bakery arid lay in their Sock beforegoing on the plains
All supplies wiU be sold by Retail or Wholesale.
My experience incateritii to the tastcsof the citizens
of Brownville,. warrant me in believing 1 win be able
to give entire satisfaction, aud that 1 will rccn.ve a
liberal patronage. V. C. COMFORT
Brownville, June 1st, J860, 47-yly
A. LYFORD. j. T. IIORX
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
. ' AND
Ralls,riovrs, Stovcs,Furniturc, &c
April 9th, IS08. 43t
Dr. R. C. Smith, nf t h a teit rttmr ...... 1 .
beainiful article of h ual if not rmr "inj
vSwh.e SaW,'- TW hney was manufactured by
Mrs. Smnh' according to the directions given In receiet
Citv Mi" p"chased "f Dr- J- P- Creager, Baltiniorp
Citj, Aid. Any person can get this receipt for making
honey, and be independent of the honey-bee, by writing
to Dr Creager, No. 553, West Baltimore street, Bam!
F$ZS ffl encl03is,J 50ceou -Haic&inKUU iGa)
NE'BR A S K A
Carriage, ami ogon
BKOTTSTltlE, X. T.
S. E. & J. T. BERKLEY,;
: AirOUJTCS that .they have ; commenced the
Manufact are of '
CARRIAGES, . . ;
In tho City of Brownville." They have both had
many years experience in Eastern Manufactures,
and flatter themseves they will be ablo to plcaso the
public both in work and prices.
All kluds of repairing promptly attended to.
Wo jL&lx. 33ixt tx
- T. E. & J; B. BERKLET.
: Brownviile,M"ay, 3, 13(30. .
Jlmeriean Patent Gum Elastic
FIRE AND WATER PROOF
OfSce.'at Langford &" Stephenson's, 16. 2-4
.Ninth, bet. Walnut and Clark Avenue,
ST. .LOUIS, MO.
THIS Composition is formed chiefly from Gums and
Minerol, which are unchangeable by the action of the
weather. It is Durable Fire and Waier Proof can be
applied toroofs of any shape, upon common sheeting
boards, or over old shingle roofs, at a less cost thau
shingling, and upon any nietalic rooting or other smooth
surface for lees than paint. '
It is invaluable for coating Rsil Road Timbers, ror
Roofing Cars, Depots, &c. We have no hesitation in of
fering it to the public as the most reliable Composition
Roof in nse.
AYe refer to the following persons!
T. Barnum, Barnum's H'el C II Peck, Architect
J J Anderson. Banker . Geo R Taylor, Esn
Spaer&Son, Brick Mak'rs,-Molony & Tilton, DisiU'rs
J n;henck, Smith & M'Cormick, build's
Clark. Plant & Nor r is", Oliver Qnicett,
Hon JasBBoland, A W Fagan,
J Shields, 7th and Morgan - Hon LM Kennctt,
i Wesley Conner, Cooper, cor Tenth and Walnut sts. .
53We are at all times prepared to do roofing, and to
furnish to order our Composition. Also, a superior arti
cle of Saturated Water-Proof Roofing Paper- For in
formation or material, address .
- F W STEPHENSON, A'gt.
41-ot- St Louis, Mo.
I860. FRESH I860.
1 J J J
We Have Just Received Our'
SPRING AND SUMMEE
Uj. y i
?60. American Stock Journal. ?60.
Thegreat success which has attended the publi
cation of the First Volume cf tho AMERICAN
STOCK JOURNAL, has induced the Proprietor to
undertake several improvements for the Volume
commencing January, I860,, and he now o(Fer3 it to
the public with the assurance that its present high
character will be fully sustained, and no effort will
be spared to render the papernn indispensable nec
essity to all interested in the Breedingand Manage
ment of our Domestic Animals.
The Veterinary Department will be nnd er the
Editorial direstion of Dr. Geo. II. Dadd. the distin
guished Veterinary Surgeon, and late Editor and
Proprietor of the American Veterinary Jonrnal.
Each Number of the papercontaiiu S2 large octa
vo pages, and is.b.mdsoratdy illustrated. It is pub
lished monthly nt 25, Park Row, New Yosk. Terms
$1 per year, in car lull y in advance, with a liberal
disonunt to clubs.
25jT'Specimeft copies gratis. Money bo sent at
publisher's risk in registered letters.
D. C. LIN'S LET, Proprietor,
C. M-Saxton1. Barker & Co., Agents,
No. 25. Park Row, New York.
Carpentry 33adc Easy.
Thirty-eight plates, two hundred figures. The most
practical and valuable book ' for farmers extant. Tells
how to build Barn, and nouses, Bridges, &c. Sec.
Price $3; sample copy 32 by mail, postpaid by JAMES
CHALLEN fi SON. Philadelphia. Agents wanted.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
' : ". , AND
RI7Alt EA.. AGENT.
ifalls Vity, Richardson County, Nebraska
Wi 1 g: .-e prompt attenti n to all professional busi-e-ss
intrusted hUcare-in Richardson and adjoining
counties; also to the drawing of deeds, pre-enrption pa
pers, tc.,c. Mayl3,'oS n46-6tn
FLOWERS, FRJJITS, &.
JOnN A. KENNICOTT, at the Grove Nursery, West
Northfleld, III., has ready for delivery:
Bulbs, especially Tulips, at the low rate of $2,50 per
100, and $iO per M for large roots: -
Strawberries, of all the most approved varieties,"
fror.i $2 to $tper M for most; a fewsorts, like Wilson's
Albany, higher Evergreens "0 to 40 cents per foot, ac
cording to variety and form average 25 cents.
Fruit Trees, in good variety. Apple at $9 to$15 per
100. and Uiesmaller tbe cheaper and better fordistant
Small Fruits Currants, Houghton Gooseberry, Rasp
berries, nlackbcrries, &.c, much lower than ever offered
Ornamental Trees. Roses and other nardy Shrubbery,
in great variety and abundance; and 10 CC0 small to
large plants of Upright. Honeysuckles, Lilacs, Spireas,
Deutzia Scabra, Prim. fcc. at from $ito$'.0per hun
dred. And tbe beautiful THeoyira Specabalis and oth
er choice perennials at $l,f30 to $2 per iWen. and com
mon things all desirable at about half price.
Catalogues by mail on application; and every thing
safely packed ior distant transportation; and as a rule
most things sold at about ten per eent., less m autumn
than Spring. uoTvl
Which is ihe Largest and most Comply
Stock ever offered in the West, and
which xce will sell at prices to
; THE LADIES ;
To give us a Call .
' They can all be suited
in everything they desire from
From a 10c Lawn To a 200 p jari
1 - " ; Fancy Silk Dress Pattern..
We can'Fit Gents ia Suifs ftcin5 to$3t
Emigrants to -
Utah and California,
CAN be applied" with Outfits at Unprecedented Lw
Prices. We do not desire tohumb'ig any one, but sua
(acts which we will prove to all tving ns a call.
No Charge for pricing and showing Gocit
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Cutler) and Queensware,
is s ware,
G 11 O C E R I E S
A LitLTga Assortnient of
I?0!lflv J n fin P
G O O F1 IT
LIKE HOT CAKES!
T HOSE W I S H I N G
Will Lose Bargains
27rownvitle, May 3, ISoO.
JOSEPH L. ROY,
BROYFtfYIEUG, X. T.
Mr L'Rcy has establised, in the rear of his Barbd-hop
A BATHING HOOM,
For the accommodation of those who consider clean
lines a virtue. u"u
THE : Co-partnership cf Noel, Lake & Emerson,
heretofore existing and transacting busings at
Brownville,N. T,undcrthe name and sof Noel
Lako i Co., ,s tins day dissolved by mutual consent!
L. C. Johnson will adjust all unsettled business of
the said firm. JESSE NOEL,
IlEXIiY LAKE, by
O. F. Lake. Ao-pnt
Erownville, X. gj ,.May 1st, 1830. . 43!tf
PIKES IEAIiXGGiAGS AIIE ID
iSSedranr than aEy other J tt
City Boot & Shoe Store,
gaiter, a neater shoe or nrairi - eaper
var7eiv7f rnaterial .ni tri""' an"ecping a
AhoSVoTuW iT horne manc-
hestowed n nefV retofpre !
Brownvi::eJuly27 , i.sj DEN. ,
: Best Qualities of '
mii ii mm
Together with a great variety or articles to tediouita
mention. Our motto is :
"Small Profits and Quid: Return?
You may rest assured you'll cot be dis
appointed. Heeded or JDesired
Can be had at our Store, and. on terms cl
favorable as those of any other
House in ihe West.
All Kinds of.
Will be taken in exchange at current p'rlcei. '
lYc Do a Cash, or Excliane fof
ProUncc Trade, and are Deter
mined thereby to Give our Cus
' D. J, MARTIH & CO.,
Brownville, April l'J, l)0.
WANTED. . "
WiU givesteadj eraplcyrretjt to from fw?E; 9
thintyooiisi3str?sse. Vprly ia-a?iiit:-:r.
-Pf-"vnvi!l, Aral 2-, 131??.'
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