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FfvOWyVILLE TnCRSDAY, SEPT. 14. 1865.
County Union ConTcnlloc
A County Union Convention, composed
of Deleg-aies from ibe sereral Precincts
trf Neruaba County, Nebraska, will be
held in Brownville, on Saturday, ihe 16th
day of September nexi, fur the purpose
of Dorairaiiong candidate for the vari
ous offices to be filled at the eusuing
The Union Voters of the several Pre
cincts are requested to meet at their re
tprclive places of voting, on Wednesday
the 13th day of September next, and
fleet Delegates to the said Coun'.y Con
The number of Delegates ta which the
Tariou Precincts are entitled, m the
County Convention, are as follows :
Ulea Rock, 3.
Aipinwa!lt . 3.
By order of the County Union Central
C. G. DORSEY, Ch'ra.
T. R. Fisher, Sec'y.
Brownville, Aug. 29ih, 1665.
At the meeting of the Union Central
Committee of Nebraska, at Plattsmouth,
Ou the 7th. it was agreed to call a Del
egate Convention of tne Union party to
mtm that city on Tuetdty, September
19th. Nemaha county is entitled to five
delegates, which can be appointed by the
County Union Convention, which meets
in this city, next Saturday. .We presume
the main objects before the Territorial
Convention will be the nomination .of a
candidate for Ttrriiorial Auditor, and
renewal of its steadfast course of ad
Lesion to the General Government, and
its policy. The office of Treasurer also
becomes vacaui tnis fall, yet it is believed
here that the preseul incubant, who has
discharged his duty faithfully and taihe
satisfaction of all. Will be nominated for
We bare heard mentioned but one
person as biing a candidate for TVrrito-
riai ua,ior, wuicn is L.leut. John Ulilis
pie, now a resident ol this cry. Mr.
Gillipie entered the service win the 1st
Nebraska as 4ih Sargeant, and was af .
terwards promoted, for meritorious con
duct, to a Lieutency. He was for some
miiucucu mm iue vua.rieriiisier
and Commissary departments, giving en
tire satisfaction. We have conversed
with both officers and men of his regi.'
ment, and ail commend him as a good
toldier and perfect geuileman. .
We'Lave lately received many letters
from persons desiring to emigrate to this
section of country, the main querry be
ing about timber, water and soil. The
impression that timber is very scarce in
Nebraska, seems to be very prevalent in
me mmai cr eastern loiks, and, we mu-t
admit, is correct with regard to the back
portion of the Territory, but should not
pe applied to the counties contained in
this Land Dutrict. We have bsen at
some pains to examine the Plats of the
original Government Stirrry cn file in
the Land Office at this place, and shall
give a few notes on Nemaha connty first,
after which we shall speak of the other
counties comprifing this District :
The largest stream which waters this
county is the Little Nemaha, the South
Fork of which head in the North-west
corner of the county, watering one town
ship, the main stream passes through from
the north-west to nearly the southeast
corner of the county, where it enters the
Missouri river. By its meauderiugs it
must be nearly fifty miles in length in
side this county. Several Mills are al
ready in operation on this stream, ind
there are many good sites yet unoccu
pied. The bottoms cn both sides of this
river are heavily timber d for from one
Lalf to two-miles from its banks, and. if
we may judge from the quantity and qual
ty of com raited on these bottoms," the
toil is as rich as can be found anywhere.
According to; the Governments Plats
there are at least 10,000 acres of timber
upon this stream alone, inside this county,
There are twenty-four tributary creeks
emptying into the Nemaha, branching
out from three to ten miles, each fed by
rpring, aiid nearly all being running
water the year round. A majority of
these creeks have considerable timber,
and the larger ones go.od Mill Sites.
The North Fcrk.ut'the Big Muddy
heads in this county, uear the centre of
He western tier of townships, and passes
ea: ani &uih into Richardson county,
watering in its course three towuships.
By its nt-JiLderings ts length inside this
county must be at leaa twenty-five miles.
It has nine tributary creeks in this coun
ty, nearly all fed by numerous live springs.
The Muddy and its. tributaries ale well
limbered and the bottom lands areas
rich as can he found anywhere. Th?re
U according to Athe plats at least 3.000
acres of timberalong this stream and it.
tributaries imide this county.
A portion of Long Branch passes thro'
the souih-west corner of this county, and
then runs into Richardson county, water
ing, in this county, about one township.
The bottoms and bluffs along th Mis
souri river, in this county, are heavily
timbered, for from one to? three miles
back. The timber in the bottom is main
ly coltonwood, that on the bluffs is hard
wood such as oak, hickory and walnut.
This, according to the plats, will amount
to about 15,000 acres.
The number of acres of land in this
county is 121 000. The timber, as we
estimate, is 3S,000. Yet, knocking" 08
8,000 off of our estimate which we be
lieve as nar correct as can be still one
fourth of this county is timber land.
These plats, it should be borne in mind,
were made nearly fifteen .years ago, by
surveyors who had an impartial duty to
perform, and would not be likely to des
ignate any timber tracts but what were
actually so at that lime. Since that sur
vey fire has been kept away from yourg
timber, and many places where there
was then only stunted brush, and in many
instances not that, have been tince covt
ered by thrifty young trees, making it
almost impossible to estimate correctly
the amount of timber in this county at
Besides the above mmy . groves have
been planted since.. Fnm what we h tve
seen and ran learn from farmers in dif
ferent portion of the county, we judge
that at least 10.000 acres have been
planted in timber in this county within
the past tpn years.
From these facts we come to 'he con
clude that wood and watr are abundant
in this county, and favorably distributed
over it Why twenty milps back from
the river good timber land is rating at
only S10 ah acre, which is cheaper than
it can be bought for near the river. This.
surely looks not much like scarcity.
Stone-coal has been uncovered in sev
eral places in this'coun'y, in one or two in
stances in paying vains, but capital and
demand are needed to work them. Good
Stone for building purposes are abundant
and easily" gotten out. Thanks to our
County Commissioners our road system
has been greatly improved during the
pa?t year, and. we are assured, that they
will still, continue in the good work. Our
Market being mainly west, good roads
are indispensable, and we have as good
roads now as any county in the Territory,
and yet they must be improved. The
soil is rich, the prairies are gently undu
lating and capable of being thoroughly
Tnis much we can say of Nemahp
County : 1 is as well watered and tim
bered as any county in the Territo-y, the
soil rich and easily wcrked, the climate
as good as any, and our produce market
growing better every year.
The county is well settled for fifteen
miles back ; within twenty-five miles of
the river very good Government Land
may yet be selected, open to Homestead
pre-emption or private entry. We ask
nothing of emigrants but to look over
our county to be assured that they will
settle in it. Staunch loyalty will be the
best recommendation that they can bring
to assure them peace, prosperity and
ijood-felloivship with their neighbors.
.We have suggested to the Union Con
vention of this county that it instruct its
nominees, if elected, to do their utmost
to paj-s a reasonable, if not a liberal, fe--bill.
This, we believe, should be done
;n justice to the officers they nominate.
We d not the Convention to "go it
blind," but will give facts which have
the come to our knowledge, believing that
niggardly economy of our "Laws is P?t
thoroughly understood by the people, and i
will not be continued with their consent:
It is part of the duty of the County
Clerk to make the Tax Lists and Dupli
cates. To do this requires about 200
days study work, for which he is allowed
by our present law $2.00 a day ; thi
and the other duties of the office are
more than he can do justice to, and our
Clerk, Wm. H. Hoover, hs had to hire
this done, and, for which, we know, he
has had to pay out S4.00 a day ; thus
leaving him a net profit of $100 oui of i
pockd on this oue item al me. This loss
is iii addition to the time lost in arratig
ing and superintending the work.
The fees of Treasurer were, in the
"Flush Times" before the war, ten
per cent, on all moneys collect. We
learn that In 1857. the amount to collect
was about 6,000, making the Treasurers
salary near $600 a year. Now, our
Treasurer, Jonas Hacker, has about S23,
000 to collect and disburse and Lis salary
amounts to atv.ui $450 a year.
The ShtriflTa fees are. not what, they
ought to be considering everything. An
incident illustrating how well his fees
pay came to ourknowledge recently 1 He
had a Writ to serve in the back part of
the county, he had to hire a horse, was
out nearly two days ; his fees altogether
come to S3. 50. while his horse hire cost
hint $4.00. Here he was out two days
tjne, his board and 50 cents in cash. t
No one can make anything with the mile
age at 5 tents a mile.
When.we compare these figures with
those paid in more p pulous districts In
the States, they look man- When.' we
compaie the prices vt everything be
fore the fee were reduced, in --1S61,
with what they are now, it looks meaner.
And if Merchants, Farmers and Me
chanics will continue to ak high prices
for their goods, produce and labor, and
aiill withhold from their servant." who
labor to keep their County and Territo
rial governments moving smoothly a
just reward for their labor, we say not
in an irreverant sense -it will look a
d n sight meaner yet; but we believe
the people- will do their utmost to rr-ht it.
See the announcements ; candidates
sees scarce this fall. The announce
ment of Lieut. Polock suits us well. As
t soldier, he has served his country well
-since the war broke out, and been pro
moted from the ranks; as an officer he
is commended by his men ; as a citizen
he has always, been loyal and firm in de
fending the right. Such men are need
ed in our law-making councils. T
Geo. W. Fail brother, is, we belitve,
well qualified tofijl the position for which
he is announced. He has served his
country a& an Editor, Legislator and Sol
dier with credit and honor. As a man
of good judgement, business qualities and
"a fellow chip off the editorialstump,M
we desire his success.
Wm. H. Hoover has served this coun
ty long and faithfully in the position for
which he is announced. All nearly have
had business to transact with him, and
:ew but have been thus satisfied pfihis
"h nesty and capability." '
Dr. McComas we have known for
-everal years. We belie e' him capable
of filling the position for winch lie is so
Yet. above all le, we desire the sue
cess of the nouuuees of iha Union Cou
At the request of many f our best
;itizens we announce Lieut. Wm. A.
Polock as a candidate for Member of
the. House of Representatires in the
next Territorial Legislature. Subject to
the decission of the Union Convention.
We are authorised to announce Wm.
H. Hoover as a candidate for re-election
to the office of County Clerk and Re
corder. Subject to the decission of the
Union Convention. .
We are authorized to announce Geo
W. Fairbrothcr as a caud date for lie
office of Probate Judge of Nemaha
Couniy Subject to the decisiou of the
Mr. Editor: Please announce the
If you want a new County Clerk and
Recorder vote for Dr. McComas.
Exciting rews continues to arrive of
preparations of the Fenians for the libe
ration of Ireland. We wish the object
tnay.be affected; the Irish have suffered
more under the tyranny of England, than
have the negroes under the rule of slav
ry ; and it would so pleasant to pay back
-English Neutrality" while the favor is
yet freh in the public mind. , '
The Republican Convention of Min
nesota has nominated for Governor Gen.
W. R. Marshall.
The VVirz trial still continues to. indi
cate him as a splendid caudidate for the
An attack was made on the steamer
Palestine at Paducah, on the 6th, to ar
rest the Clerk tor slapping a negro who
had incited him at the table. The boat
was fired into by Ihe guard after she had
whittled to land, and a search had been
made by th? Commandant of the Freed
man's Bureau ere the boat started. On
ly one leg was broken to teach the whites
respect for the negro. . Cheap lesson, but
we have seen white men's jaws slapped
without half so much blood -she.d.
The Democracy of New York at their
Convention in Albany, on the 6th, pass
ed resolutions sustaiuing the Administra
tion; tickeling the. southern people, And
endorsing the Monroe doctrine.
It is repot ted that Col. LeavcCvrih
has -sent a communication to Washington
dated How's Creek, ou the Arkansas,
in WestenT Kansas, An?. 22d,, that au
agreement hadbeen entered into with
the chiefs of the Arrapahoes. Cheyen
nes, Kiowa and Cainanche Indians, to
meet commissioner on the part of the
United Slates on the 4th of October next,
at Bluff Creek, forty miles south of the
Little Arkansas, to treat for perpetual
It is now indicated that the trial of
Jeff. Davis will soon take place at Fort
Gov. Hamilton has crdere the neces
sary steps to call a Convention of the
loyal citizens of Texas.
The recepta from Internal Revenue by
Government average SI. 500 ,000 a d?y
The Grand Indian Council at Ft. Scott
met on tne lum. io news ot iu action
has yet transpired.
The people of Colorado adapted their
An Upper Missouri Indian Council has
been appointed to come off at Fort Rice,
Oct. 15th, where a friendly talk was re-
"Ia each Sate the proceedings of the
(Doiocra tic) Convention were perfectly
harmonious, and the nominations made
with great; unauYInity. jYeb. City jYews.
How, iare)you "harmonious" : Demo
cracy ? Especially in Ohio and Iowa.
The touudsof harmony from .Ohio ema
nate from the notorious Wm. M. Carry
and Vallandighara. manapulating two
opposing wings of the "unanimous" De
mocracy, in the fiist, Alex. Long who
came near being turned out of Congress
for a treasonable speech was nominat
ed for Governor ; the other, or Vallan
digham cenrention, nominated Geu. Geo.
W.' Morgan, '"who extinguished himself
ut the first attack on Vicksburg. Ano
ther instance of Democratic "harmony"
was demonstrated by the "pull-the-wooJ-over
of Iowa, which, re
cently met, and unanimous agreed to
.-plit. aiid"4hanoniously" hold two Conventions.
The Nebraska City News "in a word"
to us. in reference to an article which
appeared in our issue of Aug. 31st, con
trasting its position in and out of Otoe
county, denies the authorship of the first
paragraph quote dt in which occurs this
Let it by all means be a convention
of the people, a nd instructed to take ihe
interest of the people into advisement."
The extract, we believe, we found in
the Omaha Republican quoted to the
News ; yet, the News denies it, and as
we published the article, we also give its
denial. Had we for a moment noticed
the liberal' spirit shown in the above
sentence, we would never have credited
to that one-idead, nigro-hating, copperhead-loving
sheet, the Nebraska City
.".While the Democrats of the States
ire perfecting and vitalizing their or
i?anizaiitms, it is quite in accordauce with
propriety, that members of the Demo
cratic party in the Territory 'of Nebraska
should take the necessary steps to orga
oze for victory.1' Jeb. City JYeics.
Yes 'tis quite proper, Sterling, to get
heir "vitals" tack into 'em, and we hope
"with the b'essin' of the Lord and the
handle of a tooth -brush" you'll succeed.
The Tribune's Richmond correspon
dent says that complaints continue to pour
into the Freedmen's Bureau, of mal
treatment and meanness towards negroes
on the part of planters in different parts
of the State.; .The.y band together to
tarn off all their help except such as is
actually needed 'during the winter. Five
dollars per month is paid to such.
The September Term of the District
Court for Richardson County, and the
United States Court, opens in Fails Cny
ceu'.ly had by Gen. Sully with Indian ,
vho expressed, themselves very friendly,
but tiied to Cjpiuie the Fori two days
Hon: T. W. Tiptos, Assi.r of In
ternal Revenue for this Turrit ry, b
stopping in town. He came upon otiicial
business and seems to have an eye single
to his duties. Mr. Tipton is active, in
dustrious and thoughly competent; and
any oue who is acquainted with him, will
concede that the interest of the Govern
ment, under his supervision, will Dot suf
fer for attention or faithfulness. Omaha
Republican, Sept. S'h.
LIST OF LETTERS.
Bemniiiigg in the Tost Office at Browuvilo Sep
tember 7th 1835.
These letters, if not called fur, will be kept in the
fflceforfi weeks', and then et t to the Dead Letter
Ottlce at Wisbinir.on. . two cents will be charged on
All advei 'iaed Lettors.
liri.wo, Kmma, Brjwn. Gottfriwt,
Uech.iienrjE dffey, M.R.P. B.- .
Jonyeton. Mrs. John B Clzoe, Kenben P
JiUon. I!dii.rd (inesbc ok, Jacob
vJitni' Mfb, llnrj . . II igeJorn, M. J.
!rwin,JohnW ' Irin, Rowen
Parker, Malinri , ' Martin Ueo.H.
i'roffit, M isa 1. K. Richard, iirs. M.
Rk-hardsoo. Mary A. R.-ynoldf, Luectta .T
Sharp, Penj B. t,hoeuiakjr, Mrs. Amey.
Person calling tor the alve let tors will please say
ihey are Advertised.' A. D. MAU3U P, M.
JACKSON & SPEED,
S3 bIS? O "7"
TD fc. j
Sheet-Iron, Copper and
Wonld respectfully annennce to the eilisens of
BEOW jST.'V ILLE
and Ticinity that they are bow.' wiring ft fresh
supply of the best Cooking and lieat:n Stores now
in use ; also, a good supply of Urasu Kettles, Por
celain Kettles, fined Iruued Sauce Pans, Irun Bast
ing, Table and Tea-spoona; Coffee Mills, Flat Irons,
Moat Cutu-rs; Spring Balances : French Sance
Pans; Rubber Handle && Forks ; RuelU Butch
er Knives: Curry Combs -and Cards, Ac, Ac, Ac,
all of which is offers for sale as Iom as can be
bought iu the market. .
We also kuepon hand the best lot of Ticwaroer
offered in Brownrille, for rale as cheap ax the cheap
est.. Our Tin-Shop is always in good rutiiiiog order
where work oi all kinds from a Pint Cu (. ti Smoke
8 tack can be done in a workmanlike miotif .
Repairing Done with Neatness and Disputed
Hag, Copper and Brass will be taken in x:hati9
Siiup In W. T. Den's OM Stand,
52-yly Ouo Door tol Hill's Store.
C O L L E G;E.ru
CONDUCTED oa the kjis of actaM bonnes ,
by an experieuoed Accountant and Superior Pen
man, whin connection with the most popular C in
mercial Colleges ensures thoroughness anJ reputa
tion to erery graduate.
Special instruetion Riven in a!l styles cf Pem
manship; specimens of which may bo soen at the
College. Full narUuars sent to anr address.
THOMAS J. BRVAXT.
, 52-tf - .St. Joseph, Mo.
Taken npby the undersigned within his enslo
ped premise near San Francisco, Nemnha County
Nebraska on the 6th day of .September 18i5. one
white Sow, with fire pig", also one white Sow,
with pig, no marks, nLo one white Sow marked
with swaliow'fork and undeibit in right ear, swal
forkand nnderbit in left ear also five Sboats, with
underbit in rifcbt er an-l undrbit in left ear andB
also, one black and white "potted Shoat,no marks
Brownville Sept 6th 155.
, THOMAS LYKINS.
Osage Orange Seed
FRESH FROM TEXAS.
Persons wishing a snpply f Osage Orange Seed,
can get fresh seed, brought fnm Texas, by apply
ing immediately to Wesley Dundas, P. O. Box A,
Brownville, Nebraska. Or, leaving their orders
with W.H. McCreery, City Drug Store. Brown
rille, Nebraska. WESLEY DUNDAS,
2-3m Ag't for Overmen & Mann.
AGENTS, $l.r0 p-r nnnth. to sell the improved
New England Family Sewing Machines,
Price $18. This Machine will Stitch, Hem, Foil,
Tuck, Cord, Bnid. Bind, Gather, Quilt and Fm
broider, most beautifully. It is m.ida in the m at
durtble manner .is el?gant:y Snished, and is the
unly reliable cheap M-whine in thj market. It
mires the "Elastic Lock Stitch." Every sej ni
titeh can bo cut, a r.d tbecloih cannot be pulltd
aiart. Evcsy Machine is warranted for five v.-ar?.
Addrei s.DANE & CO., Post OSse Box 52, Chica
go, l;r.,orcall at Room No. 8, P. O. Block, corner of
Monroe and Dearborn streets, Chicago.
CA L'T' ON We caution the public net to
buy a wo: thless, old style, small six; MscMne, sold
under a similar name, or otherwise. We have the
only genuine and really practical cheap Machine
SALE OF APPRAISED STOCK.
On Saturday, September 30th 1355, 1 will offer
fors&letothe highest bidder, for cash in hand"
in the City of Nemaha, Nebraska Territory,
one stray Cow, white with red aronnd the neck, no
other marks or brands perceivable. Taken up by
Mrs. M. A. Smith, and now in her possession, ap
praised at $20.00.
52-3t R.V. BUGHES.J.P.
Notica is hereby given that at the next general
Election to beheld in tb Several Precincts on
Tuesday the 10th d;iy of O-itober, A. D. H63, the
question will bo suouiitiel to the popl of Nomi
na County Nebnuki. wh ther they will vote a tax
of t wo mills on the Dollar valuation of the proper
ty within said Comnty. to be pi ced upon the tax
lict of 1 Soj, to aid in the Construction of a building
for County purposes.
The manner of voting will be as follows ; those
in favor of said tax will place upon their ballots
the words tir tax, and t.ho30 oppose.'! to said rax
will place upoa their billots tha words ''gainst
By order of fee C mnty Co!umi?iomrs
WILLIAM fl. HOOVKU,
September 1. 1S65. 51 5t Co. Clerk.
SALE OF APPRAISED STOCK;
On Saturday , Sopteuiber ?3d 1855, I will offer
for sale to the highest bidder, tor ca?h in hand m
the City of Brownville, Nemali:i County, Nebraska
Territory, One stray cow, red and whits cow with
the points of the boms turnad in , no other marks
or brand.. Supposed to ba hire year old. Ap
praised at ?2j
5l-3t K. V. HUG TIES, J. P.
SALE OF APPRAISED STOCK.
On Saturday, September 2.5d 155.1 wi'l rffer
for sale to the higbost bidier, f. ,t c i'h in band, ir.
ibo City of Brownvi le, Nemah a County, Nebraska
Territory . One Stray r.an tw. witi d rs. red he i-l
brindle nwk. tetter ' II." on ;e'r, hi. eron off of tL
oft ear right ear toru nff. Suppcf-eJ to be fix
veari old. Appraued at ?25.
51 -3t It. V. HUGnE.J P.
We, HIBAM BRIGHT, President, and CHA S L.
CURRIER, Secretary, of the American Insurance
Company, of Kreeport, Illinois, hereby certify 'hat
said Cuiiii any i possessed of a capital of at least
onehuudred thousand dollars, secured by lieu on
real estate worth at oah valuation al least fit.
times the amount, of naxi capi'al. and not encum
bered to more thaa ono-fourth of -aid valuation."
CHA'S L. CURRIER.
RTaTK OF ILLINOIS, I B,
St TEt' HEX SUA' COUATYS t's
Persoanllv appeared before me. Clerk f the Coun
ty Court of Coa' ty, Hira-o Bright and Gat's L.
Courier, to me known as the Jfre-ident and Secre
tary of the American Iniurau e Compiny, who be
ing first duly jiworn according to law, severally
depose and 'that- the above certificate subscribed
to by them respectively is true is in substance and
in fact, as fbowu by tbe records of said Company."
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 18th
day of July A. D. 1865.
ik rr o t rrvrrrr txrr
Clerk of County Court, Stephenson Cnunty.
By A. W. BREWSTER,
. - . hi
CERTIFICATE of AUTHORITY
To Expire on tne 31st day of January, 1866.
Insurance Department, Ofice of Ter
OMAHA, NEB. Aug. 17th 1S65
WHEREAS, Georje W. Wilson, Arsistant Gen.
Agent, for the -
American Insurance Co.
located at Freeport,in the State of Illinois, ba
filed in this Offl-ea cofy of the Act of Incorpora
tion of said Company, and a Statement uuderoath,
showing it Condition, s required by the Four
teenth Section of a Law of the Territory of Nebras
ka, entitled "An act in Relation to Insurance
Companies," Approved February , 1865 ;
Therefore, be iaknowli, by these presents. That.
in pursuHQoe of tha alore.-aid Act, I, Wi.hapj L.
Harvey, Auditor cf tbe Territory of Nebraska', Do
Hereby Certify that said Amrriean Jnuroce
Compmy has full sutroritv to transact hp?ineot"
Insurance in the Territory of Nebraska, under the
Laws of this Ten iturr, uoUl th 31st day olJau
In Witnass Whereof, I have subscribed my name
and caused the Seil of the Auditor's Uflice to be
affiled, this the 17tU day cf August 1855.
W. E. HARVEY,
' J. W. BLISS,
Ileal Estate for Sale.
West half of north westqnar er, Section 2, and
past bal f north eastquarUr.fr quaster Seotion3
Town ft Range 14,-east 158 $-4 acres.
South wost quarter Section 34 Township 6 K
14, 160 acres. "
S half south east quarter and north we-t qunrtr
south easiquarter Sec 2tl Town 6 Range 13 east
1 1 1 acres Tiintxsr Laud.
U U 5 and 6 , Block 4 Middle Brownrilla.
Let 7T'ock22, North Brownvilla,
L-t H i!!ock 14, Brownville. .
Triii Cash, apply to
WILLI Ail F. WILSON,
Wit. ii. HOOVER,
September 1st. 1665, fc-aO-iUk
43 J U yiu t
And everytiLing usually kept in a First Class Cloth
Which they are able to sell at figures Denying Competition..
ESTBt-ing connected with one of th? Lnrgest and most Gpb
Wholes.dtt Clothing Houses in Cineiiin iti. Ohio, their stock will nkjvste
kept up with the -
FIHEST GGODS AT
Especial attention p :id to Wholrsilirg to Country MtTchintsaBdrma-b-
i . . -""Tj' ; i..
aiiU to uui
All Kinds of IIfDS ami FUllS taken in Exchange fir Goods, i
MR. J. S WILLIAMS, Wt. is tbe authoi
z' l Ap-it in St. Lonls for this paper, will at tent to
niacin co! icti.n ad purchases in that City. Oice
97 Chettr.ut Street, y E. cor. bt.
2y &JuiU Jua
iS ,37 0 23
T II E
ST. LOUIS, MO.
MAUFACTURERS OF .
COOKING & HEATING
Importers of and Dealers in
ffl FLITS. SUIT 111
AND ALL KINDS OK
Stove Dealer? and Tirnrfrnn rely upon being tup
pl'.cd at tbe lowest rale
bT. LOUIS, xMO.
51 3ra .
I H. E
This 1 theoDly Machine In existence whlcb cotubines
all the requiMtea of a perfect Wither.
It is a SineeiiBit Machine, overted by a balance
whelaJ cranic (geared t o run three tuna of the
crank to one turn of the hand,) stronirlr made. no.
pi arfl easy in its operation, aud not lible to tet nt
of order. Jt 1 constructed on stiiuly mechanical
principles aid solgly a Tie to uuhty aud dura
Putin? the time tha Nonpareil bs been in use,
ince April, 1861, i ha gteadily grown in puDiic favor,
and ban demonstrated tbat, Two-thirds the .Labor
and Time required in washing by hand. 8nd
all the Wear and Tear of the garments are
W.i. nCA A rirl or boT cu work it, '
it may be rhet on to clenne clotbing witbont any as-
fci.iance from Hand Rubbinit. - J
A liberal ntro'int allowed to dea'ers. ,
Sei4 for free descriptire Circular to
Oaldey & Keating,
182 Water Street,
NEW YORK CITY. ,
ayers Cathartic Pillh.
THE LOWEST PRICES.
- niimg r.mjgraut.
AND LEADING J03SER3 I.N '
STAPLE & PA1IGY BEY GCGS
WGIISTED GOODS, ETC., ETC
m " -
A nnAimra lnroeorl rri?f:P aTfl ZfT"?
1 me"ts by which their sto-k wi!! con.:.
more invi'n ?nd extensive thaa 2?7 -
out of New York, m the country . l-er
include a full iins of Leading DcrcestxJ J
I A , PririC 4'
invite the trade or the Ncithwest to mv
Freight and Time by purchases in Chica
We havs the Exclusive Sae of
Li tuuujf ate r . v.iid iv ri
returned at our expense if not sa:s!Tp ;
19 & 21 Lake Street, ChicagoJg.
The ubscriber respectfully ell tha f"
Jtnd tbe rn'i f'ne-a'Ir tn t aJra i f rf &
which he i BQiinnfACturiug in aeri
- 100 to
..... . i crt ta 2w
Piano stjie iieioacaus
. fn.J for DeiTTiptlTe CaUlofe. i' u,m
M. KELTON. U ZZJ
C. MEYER. 722 Arch Bt-.T
J. A.. TUCKER. Jkaoo. . Mi
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