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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1860)
.c;it CHARTER OAK .
Life Insurance Company,
18GO. I860. .
Incorporated ly the Slate of Connecticut.
i . Capital Stock 200,000.
With t-t and increafin?iar.!urteeSpt?,iecure
1 v invented ntjJr the sanction an J approval wf the
'Cjmpt.rc.lSer of Futlic Account.
OFi'TOKKS ANI DIREC'J'ORS:
J AM E.I P-. 'WALK'-EY, 1'resident.
,.,'.TotIN.L. IJUXCC, Vice President.
' ' ' ' I! LI A S 0 1 IX. Secretary.
Alfred Gill, 1)anieir JubnL.Duncc,
K. l;i.lSel, J. A.Hnr, 11. U. Dickerman
N.Wheaton, Sam.Coit. Nelson IIolh.-tcrf
U JauiciC. Walkley.
. .'... . . i
S.B.BereHfurd.M I, Con.oitinf Hyician.
A. . UolUdajjM D, Medical Examiner. 1
Ari'liL-atioD' received by U. W.Fn'.XAS.AR t,
'...R.11,.. ' Brownville, N.l.
LUSHB AUGH & CARSOH,
THE UNION SAFE!
GENERAL LAUD AGENTS,
Udale'ri In Coin.TJncurrent Money, Exchange
, and Land Warrants,
CvlUttimm4eon e.11 accessible points. 7 axe paid.
aiid pwmpt attention given to all ousioens vertaingto
a first c!a Laud Agency.
'jiorxf rn the
rITCP STATES EXPRESS comtaxy,
A tare and reliatlti company lor tbe transmission of
i.mey package. .
. a;ho'AkviU for the Hertford Fire Insurance Company
We hv remore our office to the new building on
Main treet, next door to ;Tlieolore Hill's Store, and
nrr tne V. 8. Lund Om-e.
Off 21, IVX, nl U-SKBAUGH t CARSON.
? r. LTJIHBAt'atf.
JKO. L. CAHSOF
'iLTJSIIBAUGn & CARSON,
BUSKERS AKD CEXERAL LAND AGEXTS
Dealers in Coin,
t'nrnrrent Mnev, Kxchanpeand Land Warrants,
; SIlOWXTll.I.K. NEMAHA CO.. X. T.
Sspectal attention will be given to Buying and Selling
Kxclianco n the principal citieof tlie United States,
Oold.riilver, aitd uncurrent Bank Xotes. A constant sup
ply .f Land Warrant on hand for sale, for cash, or en
tered un time for Pre-emptors. AH Warranto sold ly u
guaranteedin every respect. Will file Declarator) State
ments onntcution to pre-empt, and prepare Pre-empt k n
Papers at short ooUco. Mouey loaned upon bent securi
ties, at western rales of interest, and Investments made
in Lands or. city property for distant capitalists. Collec
tions upoa all convenient points will be promptly attend
ed te and proceWreiiiitted In exchange, atcurrent rates,
hut of Exchange on England, Ireland, and France, ob
tained at usual rates, with cost of Kxchanfre on the East
added. Deposits received on Current account and interest
a iloji'fKloti e)H:ial deposits.
Pli' ICO Main St., near IT. S". Land Office.
I.ind, Broiler &. Co., Merchants,
McNauclifn, Carson & Co., "
Hiserfe White, " ' "
Joo. Thotnpnon Mason, Col'r of Tort, " "
K. M. Pun. IprM.n fcCo. Merchants, " "
M M TeMkle k Co. Ko. 17, Broadway, Xew Tork.
Wm. T SinithMn. Esq., Banker, Washington, D. C
J..T. Strens, Kri , Att'y at Lhmt.
Jno S. Oallaher, IiteSd Aud. U. S. T., " "
Taylor K Krlrirb, Bankers, Chicago, 111.
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MCUiei lana, scruKS ol. to. Aicrcuauis, ex.. i,uui,
Hen. Tbo. G. Pratt, -Hon.
3. W. Geary, Ex-Gor. Kansas,
nn. Jas'. O. Carson,
P. B. Small, Esq., Pres't S. Bank,
Col. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Law,
Charles Parsons fc. Co. Bankers,
HC. Mutt K Co.
GreeneWaare k.Eice, "
Iktaglam K Watson,- '
Co. Sara Hsrnhlelon, Att'y at Law,
Jntlgi Thoa. Perry,
Prof. n. TBtwiTer,
Oct. 8, '57-v-nlo-lf
Council BluiT '
Pes Molne, '
J. T. nOEX
Lyford & Horn,
"- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
' Dealers in
. HOOTS, SHOES,
KntSs.I'Ioivn, Stoves, Furniture, &c
' ' ' SONORA, MO.
April fith, 1858. 43-t
EpPIGE PLOW WORKS.
Of ' Nebraska and N. W. Missouri:
AOAJN Iwonldcall the attention of the farmers
of .Nehrakta aud Misoonrl, to the fact that I have on
hand aud am oousta'Uly manufacturing, at my Plow
Factory, in Oregon, Ut., wagons, and every pattern of
mimic tlows, - -
OUCfllKl THO-IIorSC PIOTO, "
. '; SIiotcI PIoits,
: t Hoes. IlarroiTs,
And Harrow Teetli
Together with everything in this line OFed by a farmer,
t take' the responsibility of saying that my two hor?e
plow w4li do batter Vork, In Hubble or any kind of
roush z oand. thsn any I manufactured or sold iu this
ppr coarttry. My two-horse and prairie plows will be
sold, for cart, on terms, such as wai place them lu the
reach of every farmer.
!Cy riows can be obtained from my agent at Iowa
PoiTit, K. T., Brownville, Nodaway county, Marietta,
RtuU Botvonu Holt county, Brownville. X. T.. and For
' est City. MARTIX HOFFMAM.
5f. B. Alllndof repairing done with neatness and
dmpatcli, on liberal terms.
OrcsoO.Mo., ilay, IS6.
(Xheodore Hill, Agent
tnnw Krnvl'.le, X. T., keeps on hand a general a&sort
M Aroweaifman's Plows. -
1, O.oin.Py s BlientSov. y
St. Joseph to dralia.
HANNIBAL & ST. JO. R.-R. . :
Arranramente bore been made, Ij tbe Hanni-
i i l. j. V l-',.il Ciinr.finr. t.1 f( lil-
iai anu ,-.. wuk-'" ...... j
mence with tbe orv.niu.j cf navigation, fvr a
TEMVEEKLY ILXE OF PACKETS,
. " .. i
to run in connection witb said" Rc.ad regular from
SI. Joseph to Brownville, Omalia,
and all otber intermediate points.
Tbe following nw,popularand fa.t running packet
boaU constitute the line for the present:
- - - - SAIiTMAKEH.
. I t mm -m w T -
ih i Lib J
Captain - - - - CAIiVERT.
For Freight or Fatsngc apply to
FREIGHT AXO TICKET AGEXT,
Forwarding 5" Commission Merchant,
Capt. R. FORD, Gen. Ticket Ag't.
J. S. K. HAWOOD, Gcd. Supt.v
PERU.NEMAnA COUNTY, N. T.
R. W. FRALIE&CO-,
IIarinsengfl.""d in the Mercantile Business, woull
respectfully Tnvite the citizen of Nemaha, and ad
joiiiin.' countica in Nebraska, Atchifon county, Mo
anJ Fn-monf cmiity, Iywa, to cull aDd examine theu
stock, wu.-istirg'.t .
And all other articles usually kept in
All of which we will sell on the most rea.
sonable terms for ,
CJSH OR PRODUCE.
BOOTS & SHOES
3?ox- tlao IWCillloxx.
CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE.
THEY ARE OF EVERY GRADE,
And Made of Good Stock,
Good Shoes at from 75 cents to Three Dol
lars per Pair.
Good Roots at From $1,50 to $G
Having jutt returned with a new stock of
HATS, " - .
CLOTHING, - .
I invite the attentim c! my old customers and the
P'srchaiisi? fubiic. I have never before been able to
offer sueh bargains as at present, In either variety style,
quality and prices.
HO .OT FAIL TO STOP
A T TN C
ERVWHVILLE SHOE STORE,
Brownville, Airil. 26. IS60. ,
WILLIAM T. DDK.
. Just received, per steamer L'milie, a supply of
SHOVELS, PITCH FORKS,
c -PATENT CHURNS, &c, &c,
FOR fktT AT
. THEOBORE HILLS
. brownville. April. 81. TO.' ' -
. 7: Ah Improved Farm
A "iery valuable and 8eirable Improved farm situate
4 t-3 nas from Brownville and 3 1-3 from Nemaha
. City, can be hd n very favorable terms. It consists
of 1M acres; 0 acres order cultivation; 24 acres in tim
ber; g.Kd wrli; stock water, and pood frame house.
The St. -8 yuke of oxen, 7 cows, and 7 young cattle,
tbe farm implements, and household furniture will be
old with ft if desired, a rare oriHirtuniiy isbere pre
aented. Enquire of R. vr. Furnas, at the Advertiser
emce, orrwnvuie, N. T. .
Nor. 17, '59 Bi8
Tr. Tl. C: Smith, of ih! pnnntT. presents ns with a
' beautiful ankle of honey, equal, if uot superior to any
Mrs Smiil,' fv,u1ins to tlie flircctiuns given ia refiet
wLkrKk6 ruri.hS.id of Dr. J. P. Crea.cer, lUUiuiorp
" f I a ..M . A a,rt a9tt Cft till rotini ft.r Tnatiiiff
Vlj , M 1, i V I"'M P - -
bonpy, m.Jt hi in.trpenJcni of He borry-bee. ly writing
to Vr. Creamer, No. i"3, Vl-t Dnltluior street, Balti-
lnore '"T- i iU-v"i w tvuti UU IIUC UH
A Benevolent Institution ettoblithed by tpecial En
dowment, Jor therelirj oj the air ana distrcsted,
cjllicted with Virulent and Epedemic Disease.
T11K Howard ARwiation, in vie of the awful distruc-
tionof human lirecauned by Sexual diseases, and tbe
deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victims of such
disease by Quacks, several years ago directed their Con
sulting Surceon, as a charitable act worthy of their
name, to open a dispensary for the treatment of this
class of diseases, in all their forms, ar.f to give Medical
Advice Gratis to all who apply by letter, with a descrip
tion of their condition (ige, occupation, habits of life,
&.c.) and in caseof extreme poverty, to furnish medicines
free of charge. It is ucedless to add that tbe Associa
tion commands the highest Medical skill of the age, and
will furnish' '.ue most approved modern treatment.
The directors of the Association, in their Annual Ite
nual Keport upon the treatment of Sexual Diseases, ex
press the higliest satisfaction with the success which has
attended the laborr of their Surgeons in tbe cure of Sper
matorrhoea: Seminal Weakness; Gonorrhoea; Gleet;
Syphilis ; the vice of Onank-m or self-abuse, disease of
the Kidneys ait''. Bladder, fee, and order a continuance
of tbe same plaupr the ensning year.
The Directors, oiNa review of the past, feel assured
that their labors in tii;sphere if benevolent effort have
been of great bencat to the aillited, especially to the
young, and they have reo.Mvetl to devote themselves,
wlili renewed ieal, to this vc-y important and nuich de
An admirable Report on Snennatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, the vice of Ouanism, Masturbation or self
abuse, and other diseases tf tke Sexual organs, by the
Consulting Surgeon, will be sent bv mail (in a sealed
envelope) FREE OF CIIARCK. on the receipt of TWO
STAMPS for postage. Other reports and Tracts on the
nature and treatment of Sexual diseases, diet, tuc, are
constantly being published fT gratnitons distribution,
and will fcesent to the aiMicted. Some of the new re
medies and methods of treatmnetsdiseovered during the
last year are of great valne.
Address fnr Report or treatment, DR. J. -SKILLIN
IlOl'GHTOX, Acting Surgecn, Howard Association, No.
2, South Ninth Street, rniladeii'hia.
By order of the Directors, . ,
K7.RA D. II ARTWKLI., President.
Ef. Fairchild, Secretary. . .J -July
14. ISoS-ly "
ISHALI RE AVIS,'
A TTnPVPV AT 1 KMT
iix x uxvj.t xj x. u;i n
'.REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Falla tJity. Klchardnon Coanty, Xebraska
Vi Izire proh.pt aueaU. n to ail professional bul-
et ir.irastcd U) hi scare in Richardon aad adjolnlug
cmntiej alMto tte ftraaung of deeds, pre-emption pa
pe Ke.,t. . - - ia l,'63 u46-6u
JOHN W. MIDDLETON,
IXROWATIEI.E, X. T.
v ANNOUNCES that he bas just received
r. V 'froiu St. Louis, with a fresh t-t, and bas
now on hand, principally of ti own manu
facture, Fine Gents and LatlleV Saddles,
Ruy and IVacron Harness,
Of Ever? Siyle,
TIKE S PEAK WHIP LASHES,
A good supply always kept on hand.
Wcrli .Manufactured to Order.
CALL AND SEE FOS YOUItSELVES.
.. trowavilie, ipril 19, ISCa.
LUMBER! LUMBER! !
Cheaper thr.n Ever for Czzh cr
I en Time.
Well known in tlisregionasasacce-'sfcl and ac
commodating luid'er dealer, has a csi a tast-n U
3I11I on Sonora Is3a::tl,
And is prepared, to famish every desirable qr.ality
of lumberfor fencic ; cr building purposes ; del irer
ed at the Mill, or at
Or at any j rntrm the rlveraa day bea jreed upon.
Areas i.ows. Attbe Alill, forcash froia
30 cents per 100 feet to SI per 100 feel.
On time, say three, six, nine, 01 twelve mon ths,
45 cents per 100 feet to S1.25 per 100 feet,
with 10 percent, interest from delivery, note to be
secured by unincumbered real estate. ... .
The lumber will be delivered at any point tin the
Mi?sonri Uiverwithin 50 miles down stream, at 2b
cents per 100 feet in addition t- the above prices
. . . . .. .
when suSieient amounts are UKentojustiiytne con
strnction t)f araft.' . " " "' '.
To thnce wisktnc lumber, particular attention is
called to these propositions, which cannot fail te
Come with, or send your orders, and they shall be.
filled witboutdelay., -
100,000 feet of Lumber on hand,
And more - making every day. r
.1 .'. .J.L..' LAWRENCE. '
March 1st, 1800. 6m.
All are solicited to call and examine our
We expect to keep a fall stock, and are
determined to make it the
JJ1 a r m o x e
TO DEAL WITH US.
We also wish to Purchase
BUSnELS OF CORN,
For which we will pay. tlic highest
R. W. FRAME 8c CO.
Peru, Feb. 1, 1S60.
Brown 1 11 o TJ" olsraslca.
SEIGEL k GREENBAUM,
Announce that they have received and opened their
Por Coali ,x.cl on Tixno
We are prepared to loan Land Warrants of all sisesto
settlers on such time as they may desire long or short
at the usual rates.
A constant supply of Warrants will be kept on hand
for sale as cheap as they can be bought elsewhere in
town. - i .-
Buy of resnlar dealers and beware of bosrus warrants.
All warrants- sold by ns will be guaranteed to be
trenuinein every respect and will be exchanged if de
Beins permanently located in Brownville, we canal-
ways be found at the old stand a few doors east of the
LrSTIBAUGH & CARSON1,
Bankers, and Dealers in Land Warrants.
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS!
STEAM FERRY BOAT,
' Brownville, '."jEfi Nebraska.
READY-MADE CLO HIHG,
Hats Caps, and Hoots & Shoes
Gentlemen's Under Wear,
Carpet Sacks, &c., &c,
Their stock varies from the
A very fine fctock of
Gratif 1 for pnst patronage they hope by future
attention to business, and a determination to please,
in style, quality aDd prices, to merit not only a con
stant put increased patronage
GIVE US A CALL.
Brownville, April 12, I860,
I xx uranco Company.
Capital Stock 550,000.
NEBRASKA CITY, K. T.
THIS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
fully organized, and thcirentirecnpital stock of
Fifty Thowtand JJMara, paid in andsecurcd. They
are prepared, from this date, to grant open policies,
and take risk?, upon -equal terms, with the most
favored Insurance Company nny where. Having
adopted the mutual principle, its patrons, without
incurring any liability, will share in the profits of
The operations of tl e Company, will be confined,
torthe present, to sr irixk, or cakuo tisks, im a
maximumliabilityof $12,500 cnany or.ebottom.
ciu"1 tbe only Insurance Umce, on tneaoove pop
ularnlan.AVest of the Missouri, it confidently ex-
nectsa zenerous support irom csiern Jiercnanrs.
t ... .... :!. 11. f:, : r:
WC respeCtlUliy laviie mo jiiasuuti mvci pu-
S.F.Xuckoll?, Chns. F.n..lly,
n.P.Bennct, J. L. Armstrong,
W. . Uinchman, Miles W.rown,
A. A. rmlford.
St.Ixmis Acnt Col. W. P. Howard.
Arril 2d, JSb9. 21-
To those in the States contemplating going to
the JNebraska and Kansas
The undersigned desire to fay, and in so doing will
not practice deceptionjthat there are advantages
to be secured in -r
Crossing the Missouri river at Brownville,
and outfitting at, and startir from that point, not
to be found at any otherplace on the .Missouri Li
ver. In the firt place, on both sides of the river
are large ex tents of bottom lands in which grass
makes a much earlierstart thai on the uplands, and
is much more abundant, being inexhaustible the
entire season. Here, then, is a iesirable place to
recruit stock beforestartinz on the Plains. Stock
can also be purchased here on very favorable terms
The Brownville Steam Ferry boat, beingthe best
on the llivcr, offers peculiar inducements for cross
ing at this point., it lslarge and commodious; with
powerful machinery, which enables the proprietors
to ferry emigrants ana others in the most expedi
tious nunner. ::
We undertake lo say that the business men of
Brownville areas well prepared to serve those wish
ing supplies, with a superior quality and on as fav
orable terms as can bo found elsewhere. Ererything
desirable can be purchased in Brownville, such as
Provisions, Clothing, Mining Jmple
' 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 respeet. Brownville
is about midway between St. Jo. and Omaha. As
to distance, an examination of the map Trail that
is necessary to prove to any one that it is nearer
from here 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 bo hauled for many days.
The foregoing facts are fully and satisfactorily es
tablished bv the immense travel of last year, and
those who adopt it the present season will have no
cause to regret having done so. Therefore
Cross the Missouri River at and start
JOIIX CODDINGTOX fc CO.,
Proprietors Steam Ferry Boat,
The Great Female Pills.
DR. J. P- CREAGER is the General Apent, Whole
saio nd retail, for Dr. Wheating's celebrated Female
Piiu These Tills are truly valuable for ladies : For
then will restore the monthly courses when they may
stop from any cause whatever. They never iaave fail
ed in any case where the directioas weand the box con-
tainiim the Pi1 Is have been strictly followed; indeed,
there i no caseof failure ever ;ome to our knowledge,
Betna purely vegetable they are perfectly safe.
Single boxes, mailed to order postpaid npon receipt
of one dollar, by J. P. CREAGER,
Baltimore City, Maryland.
A liberal discount to druggists. 3 cent postage stamps
as good as money.
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
E. II. BIRCHES & CO.,
Oregon, Holt Co., Ho.
The undersigned have long since been eonvcced
cf the want of a firrt class Nursery in the West,
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, &C,
Can be adapted to our eliunateand soil. In view of
these facts, we have established one at this place,
and hvenwin suecesyful cultivaton. which we of
fer for sale at
intolcsale or Retail, "
The coming season, a large and well selected itoek
suited to this climate, t f .
Apples, standard and dwarf;
Pears, standard and dwarf ;
Cherries, standard and dwarf:
Strawberries aad Blackberries,
Evergreens, Ornamental Trees, a r.d Shrubs,
Greenhouse and Bedding Hants, Boies, Dahlias,
Ac., Ac, Ac.
To which we would beg leave to call the attention
of the people of Western Missouri, Nebraska, Kan
sas and Iowa.
r?T"0ur terms will be as low as any reliable east
By purchhsingcf us tlieexpnseof transportation
from the east can be saved.
All trees and plants are carefully labeled and
packed in the best manner for any part of the Tnit
ed States, for which a charge of the actual cost only
will be made. No charge will be made for the deli
very of packages on bonrd steumbca's.
Ail communications addressed to the undersigned
will receive prompt attention.
E.U. BURCHE3 A CO.
rout. w. rrnxAS,
UROWNVILLE, N. T-
Announce to their old customers and the Citizens of
Brownville and vicinity, that they have fitted up a new
stand, with all the conveniences that ladies and gentle
men can wish to make them comfortable. Their stand
is on First Street, between Main and Water, where they
arc prepared to serve customers with the
Choicest Oualitv nfRrrad.
I r j
Pflnild Smnrrp. fJnT1 vilror
kind of Cake, -
Butler and Eggs, Picnick crackers,
All kinds of Summer Beverages,
Confectionariea of the Best quality, &c, &c
Tonns ladies and ecntlemen will do well to call and
get their fancy he.irt candy,
parties. Families, and Pick-Xlcks
Served on lh c Shortest JVotice.
Cold Lunch at all Houra
Tlie Farmers cf Nemaha and the adjoininp counties
will do well togiveus a call. We also invite the trav
eling community to do tbe same. We will accommodate
tbem on the mot reasonable terms.
Our motto is "small profts, quick sales, and keep the
money in the Territory," as we are permanently located
in this county of Nemaha, Nebraska.
0:ir experience in catering to the tasts of the citizens
of Brownville, warrant us In the belief that we will be
able to give entire satisfaction, and that we will receive
a liberal patronage.
Brownville, June " 1S60.
The public are now respectfully informed that the
undersigned have procured from Cincinnati and put
i n operation one of Homer k 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 one, from the high character they have gain
ed in the 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 exeeed 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 Mill constantly running, ready at all times to
accommodate the farmers without detention, and by
giving their undivided superintendence totbebusi
ness-; assisted by their former miller, Mr. Wells,') they
hope for the continuance and increased patronage of
Assorted Lumber, Shingles and Lath constantly on
had GREEN k MARTIN.
Peru Mills, Sept. 1st, 1859.
Lime! Lime!! Limo!!!
The. uiidert-gne whose kilns are situated tiue miles
west of Browuviile, on the road leading to Ft. Kearney
keeps constantly on hand a very superior article of
lime, to which he invftes the attention or those wish
ing The Lime win be delivered at the kiln or at any
other point in tbe county, as desired.
Feb. 3, 1S60 do. . . l M. L0XG.
NO, lit iiain e:liet,
JOSEPH L. ROY,-
AaT) 'T77 1
Whicb is the oldest, most .extensivo and reliable
Merchant!! House" In the Jyper Country!
Where are tbe best bajgains to be bad in the par
chase of ail kinds of goods?
,Wh sells goods at the lowest figure f-l
T H E 0 D ORE IM L Ir .
Who nntfits Pike's Peakers with any and every
thing they want at prices equal at oast, with Saint
Louis and at. Joecpa i
THEODORE II I L L
Who keeps the choicest quality of goods ?
"Where are the latest styJes and finest qualities of
Fancy Goods to be faunae -i
Who pays the highest marset price for all kinds of
. country produce.
Who does the exclusive Commission Business ia the
City of Brownville? .
- . ,
Who wholesales goods to the back country on tho
most advantageous terms?
Who purchases and ships more country prod nee than
any one else in the upper country ?
Who keeps constantly on band and for sale the larg
est and best assottment of Hardware. ?
Where do the Ladies find the best assortment of the
latest style Hoops ?
Where do people go to find a complete stock of
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps ?
Where will yon find all kinds of Caned Fruit.
Oysters, Bottled Liquors of the choicest brands, etc?
Where will those going to tho Gold Mines find asup
ply of Picks, Axes, ShoveU, Sluice forks. Ox Yokes,
Bows, Chains, Bacon,' Beans, Sugar, Gunpowder,
Rockers, Coffee, and everything they want ?
AT THEODORE HILL'S
Where will Farmers go to purchase ' How3, or sell
Wheat. Corn, Oats Bye, Barley, Potato, Beans But
ter, Eggs, Cc. '
T O HILL' S.
If Farmers wish to ship their produce themselves,
where do they go?
If yoa wish to deal with iccomniodatlrs and "polite
GO TO THEODORE HILL'S
In short : For Mythic; to eat, drink or wear.
Main-Street, . .
Mr L'Roy has estabiised, in tae rear of hi Brbd-bo
A BATHING -.ROOM,
. For the accoiuaiodaUon ol those who consider elean
linea a virtue. - : t ! ' ' " T ' '
Ttn f. Villi 7 V a Jfc T"merwn.
- iiiu VO-paimtnu'C ' ''i - .
heretofore existing and transacting business at
Urowavilie,. i., unaeruao uiuD oV.
Lake k Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent
U. C. Johnson will adjust all unsettled business ef
. . . . . . irocv run. .
the-sau nrm. ..-
- HENRY LAKE, by '
' j-v a T ft a. .
' ,..tnr,; .. J : O.'F.Lakx, Agent.
'Brownville, N.h ,May 1st, I860. .,. y.44-tf.
; J; E B:R;A'S K A-
Carriage and Vagon
BROlTXTIIiljE, 7S T.
S. E. & J. T.; BERKLEY,
that they have commenced the
Manufacture of .- . ., - : :
CARRIAGES, " '
1 : BUGGIES,:: :T
; 't,, - -. . . SULKIES,
' ; -: -;i ,' ' ' 1 i
In the City of Brownville. They have both had
many years experience in Eastern Manmfacturici,
and flatter themseves they will be able to please the
public both in work and prices. ;
All kiuds of repairing promptly attended to.
We Lsls. Hut c Trial.
T. E. 4 J. B. BEEKLET. ,
Brownville, May, 3, 1850.
WRC8 IH4K1IGG1AGS AlIEAli
And will prclucemore gold than any other digjings yet
City Boot & Ghoe Store,
Will makeyou a superior pair of boots or shoes If you
call or leave your measure, or hewiiisellyou a cheaper
gaiter, a neater shoe, or prairie boots, and lady's fine
gaitert or slippers, cheaper than any other house West
of St. Louis. Employingirood workmen, and keeping a
variety of material and trimmings for home manufac
ture, I hope to receive that liberal patronsze heretofore
bestowed on me. Gv me a call. W.T. DIN.
BrownvilIeJutyS7. 1S59 ; ' nl
J. M. I&AW1
' - -
Has J ust received
the KEsx sei.i:cti:x
And, perbspa, the
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever brought above St. Joseph,
Which he is opening out In the
Splendid New Building,
. torncr of Main and First Streets,
His stock consists of the following articles, which be
will sell cheap for cash: '
Pure White Lead, s Castor Oil,
French Zinck, ' Cod Liver Oil,
China Zinck, i ; . Sweet Oil,
Red Lead, ' Putty,
Raw and b't umber, Figs,
."' ' ' Spanish whiting,
rA i Turpentine;.! f ,
Chalk, ' Linseed Oil,1' '
Cough Candy, , Tanner's Oil,
Copal Varnish ' Costile Scap,
l Fancy Soap "."Toilet Soap,'
- ' - Toothbrushes,' Litherage, :
Patent meaicmos, Let.paper
VVriite Varnirh, Ink,
' " Iliair brushes, 1 ?
, s ... . Tooth, brushes,
r , Stationery
Steel Pens, Candies,
Gold Pens, Nuts.
Hair oil. &c. &.C-
Also, a Splendid Assortment of
Comprising Lyon's Katharion, Cologne, Pommade,
genuine ox marrow, bear greese, and oils, muss and
escences of all kinds, and of tbe flDest quality.
Foolscsp paper, fancy letter paper, gilt edged notes,
and envelops, plain, fancy, and eraoossed, pens pencils
and pen-holders, lnVs ot all- kisds, luSjtandJ, .wafers
and ealing-waxo ; . . . j. -j . i
llolland Cia, Irlsb Wtisky, Bourbon Whisky, Ginger
Bramiy. Cordial, Port Wine, Madeira, Wine. White wine
and Malaga Wine.
ITr. Maun being an experienced practical Xrrsggtst.nls
patrons mey vest assured that alt medicines procured
front him are genuine withoat fear of mistake.
Ej-Physlclan's Prescriptions attended to at all hoar
bota by day and night.
Brownville, May 24, I860 ly.
nn r-i o m
a i is at n a '
aMaA featHiJ " MMk ,,1
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Brownville, X. Tn April 12, 1S50. ly
Thecitiiens of Brownville, and others interested
are hereby nformed that I have made arrangements
for keeping a constant supply of the
Ecst Quality or Flour
' y ; at the r . ' . r '
IN BROWITYILLE. "
Where it can be purchased by those wishln
Brownville-, August, 23,1850.
r, rT , " " ' -
1CG0; FRESH 1880.
W a i J a a j n
' We Have Just Received Our '
...,- , . . .. ..: ' ;
SPKIG AND. SUMMEE
Which is the Largest and most Comjildt
Slock ever offered in the Went, and ,
- . - .... i ... ' - -
-.' which tre tc ill sell at prices ta '
. DEFY COMPETITION". ,
1 THE LADIES
: : . . . - ,, ;
' ; ' " ARE ESPECIALLY'
V. ) INVITED
To give ns a Call
They can all be suited
' in ererythtng they desire from"
From a 10c Larvn To a S2 00 p jard
Fancy Silk Dress Pattern.
We can Fit Gents iii Suits 'fieri $5 to 50
Utah and California,
CAN be supplied with Outfits at Unprecedented Low
Prices. We do not denire to humbug any one, but
facta which we will prove to alt giving us a call.
No Charge for pricing und shoicing GooJi
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
GENTLEMEN'S WEAK, '
Cutlery and Queensware,
And Choice ...
GHOCE R I E S.
A Large Assortment of
t ..ice. i
i i hi" I
a - d hop
t tt (em
X, ,(.lae "
Best Qualities of
Together with a great variety of articles to tedioua to
mention. Oar motto is :
"Small Profits and Quick Returns."
Como Ono ! Como All :
You may rest assured you'll not be dis
Nc e d e d or HD e sired
Can he had at our Store, and on terms ai
favorable as those of any of her
House in the JVesl. ' . -
" ' All Kinds of : ' ' '
D. L. it '
11 ,!Y. J
1I !. J,'
It. -M a
11. 7. 1
B L X
A! 12 I
OH nr. I c-
. L. a
. ' : . ' -
Will bXtaien In exchange at enrrent jrices.
TTc Do a Cash, or Exchange foi
Produce Trade, ana arc Deter
mined thereby to Give our Cos-
' - - -
D. J. r.lARTin t CO.,
Brownville, April ly, la0. 42-4
GOOD SEAIISTEES SES
JACOB "MARHON '
x-.ro un vine, Aciirasa,
Will rive stead v emidovment to f .-f m tw-ntT
thinty good seamstresses. Af plz icasiediately.
CrowTsviSIe, April .2 1S0. . '..
Of ali kinds, for sale at this c:H:e.
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