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Saturday morning; ju:
Pettfkgili. & CoXf .
AVai. VfixTiizs, 221, Vine S::
W. S. Swires, 4.3, Chci'ta v
; Are authorize! Agents to sollcr. 1
for the Advertiser, and receive v
With our recent addit:onst"we m . have 1
most extensive Job Office in this Wf -tct rot
Irv nnr? ora r.runfirnJ t,-v eTOPlltd .TV? V f .1. f
every description, in the neatest si j t Xa lU0 C0lUiW 13 Bnuy n
reasonable terms. Particular atteL. .?i';;ive:l sentiife the appearance of a coi l
to Blank and Card work: having J -uri '1 ' or tl&o hundred years old, hil t!
one of Foster's latest improved Ca: 1 J y . . but dLtitute of houses and for! j
Oraers from a distance wul meet v; ztn- I ' I . , , fj
attention. M ;.freb, here and there, have
' Custom has made it obligatory of -oil 'as
suming the active responsibility as ccxdtctor
vf a Public Journal, 10 briefly, at jot'sot
forth the outlines of a future course.
It is not our intention to make a;v z.t .'
flourishes, or take upon ourselfthe liicexfjc
Public Teacher. Politically, in the lr anaiie
iicnt of the "Advertiser" we acknev Icigc
alliglance to no party; bat shall endeavor to
nuke our paper a free, independent sheeta
reuresor of grievances an enemy of i Jhc
evils, and a promulgator of public inte?c t?-:
.'ree to speak of ap proaching cr existing v -
free to advocate what is la our opinion, t ;
orrginata in whatever party they may. "We
shall not shrink from what we conceive lo be
our duty, "merely because we suppose it :T -disturb
the equanimity of this, that or :!
other boJy; At the call of duty we shall lo-
; I ,t:r ourseii, ana at tue expense of our own
j j pare und happincs;
o:tfor us tread it
'i i-2 sown thick witt
h . . . , . .
S ria:e and happiness, "tread the nath she a
thouga paved with then
th peril." . ..
The principal object in" establishing this ja-
j-o:, is to advance the already important ch; r-
a;tcr of our youn and growing town, and in
our zeal to accomplish this, our warmth shall
lo tempered with prudence; and we shall net
U forgetful of the interests of the Territory at j c
large; we a.UI . endeavor to give correct infor- j i
nation in regard to its facilities, its causes of
Tospcrity t-nd business interests.
Use fulness in every way in which the press
Irsn l,f renlered useful. KltMU'lv a. rrnrprnin
. . . r 0 . 6
prlaciT'le, ard-in order to accomplish so desira
le aa oujecf, we intend to make our paper a
velcorae visitor to every d iss of readers. In
it the Lrme, mechanic and merchant, will find
braeta'rg v.'orthy of note;, the christian and
.oraltj ra..ttcr for reflection; the intemperate,
i beacon to warn him of-' approaching danger,
ml the ial'ss,-"a mirror from. which may be
eScetetl thtir numberless virtues and winning
racci'!- A goodly portion of the "Adveriis
; r" will bis devoted especially to the immedi-
: e interests' of the farmer, in writing and se-
w -eoung irera uie best sources, sucn matter as is
j.ilavt?i to our soil, climate and agricultural
"su.iS. . . .
iLlv we have given a brief outline of cur
xrarse, ai. ju conclusion, pledge ourselves to
riTerio.pai.is rctrr j-.bp "Advertiser" a. use
'ul p:.per .tj. every branch or viimuity and
j i.i n mcfi rdeut friciids desire. To those
' ho are iwi satisfied with our contemplated
ursi:, -or the character of our paper, we say
Iry ti' and if found unworthy, ask but to be
Browaville. !t'exn:i!ia County.
..It. compliiii.ee with promises made bur friends
'.a the States, and in answer to numerous let-
y: enquiry, we present this article, r
j Nebraska Territorv is divided and knoVn as
tracing two geographical. Divisions, known
?V..l. j O . T T"T ... .
j wim aim oua.n i ia;ic. iirownviiie is
V.ed in the centra of the South Tlatte, on
. purchased of the Otoes is five miles
-e the half-breed Reservation in the val
)f the little Nemaha River, five miles north
: mouth, and 27 miles north of the Ean
hnc It is the seat of justice of Nemaha
:;ty; which is being settled with great rapid-
J by an iiitelligent, moral and agrseable class
j- people. The town site, which is surpassed
!' cone and equalled by few, is the point se
;::&!."! y the Legislature at its last session, for
. sana OScc in this portion of the Territory,
-1 is one of the best poiut3 on the upper Mis--fi
for commercial purposses; having a fine
Jaadit-. It is directly east of Fort Kear
y, to wli.ia place it is connected by a Terri-.
nal roa3, and will, ere long, be thegreat emi
tting point for that station and from thence
i'on'1 There is more good timber near
f hand, than any other poiut in the Territory.
l and f tone abound in the. immediate vi
jnity. -. ... . "
The Town contains 4S0 acres; is divided
, to 1 4 blocbt-of sir tffp'n InVc Pnrh 4.' hv 1 HO
rt: the Etreeti oossing each other at right
:.s corresPO'-urr,g to the different points of
; , . 1 euLole block is reserved for
"-v r-uMtu o1";tttrra-6"Tiands tI-:i-:.c. -.v vreat work,SiashIbg'tne
cdya 4a Elevation 'cn m'raandinr a fine
. t"C s-rouodiu country for many
aues m evcir Pv- -.tt. i
7 c-r:on. . Within its corporate
:mif are 1 tLe requisites to build a town of
& k "r4 a & verv fpw vprirs. arvi from
3 central tof!;; ' . , .
" B"i grow into importance,
3d be what Xe,,, . . - v m
cotintv cow is to the Ter-
her sister tl. ..... - . :
.j -. , 'e.iutelligent mma cannot
see it :a tLis lijht. . Canitalists areseein?
s imjxjrtance anrl ; nl cff
ding residents and locating here. Over
ave settle j in the. town and county within
ie last few u.cci l p vj -T9Tn.
. othcr.Ioasted Toints in this Torritorv and
Kansas. (V: . , r -i- i
cumuer oi lamuies uave
.rae Kansas and others on their way.
'.c already have two large Dry Good and Gra
ft 7 Stores, School House; Church, Court
&:eaia Saw Mill, Lath and Shingle Ma
""p. Cahiuet Shop, two Blacksmith Shops,
e Nemaha Valley Rank, several good Board
l Houses, and a first class Hotel under con-
f ; a population cf 400, which is increasing
'J, and scarcely a day passes without anew
"Ciling beii g conitncnced and completed as
t -.".i,t n o V r i . ' .
. . tuc uuuim-r ui wotKmen ana supply
t lumber will admit.
1 ' ".mate, same as Iowa and Missouri. Soil,
r ' oara, intermixed with sand, from four to
ct deep. Productions, spontaneous, are
: : -P0. Hop, Potatoe, Artichoke, Strawber-
"ackberry, R.pbcrry and Gooscberrj-; all
'A grow in wild lusuriaucc; The dif-
grows Ira b tlio 'greatest abundance;
rl:2 alor.2 the river, are rir.1i i i "
&!, j Seat
Limes&e, Sand Stone, Coal, Red, Keel lo
a I - - .
lire Jn layers cf from sir ir,;V
laicKiiess', oi ,.y size Iroiit i
I squar j The scenery from the topa j
v;nic: .Lj3 200 feet m height, is &v
yond ;V-scription the bottom-
Missojf side, the table or secor.'L
getheH:' th view up and dor tl
, ,:VC as
far astb eye can reach, present; 1
,nd it posing landscape. Th-:
dd cultivated q-chards. Cr-;
tiost flattering; etarcely a year-s:
itle was extinguhed, and r . j
rer two thousand inhabitant t
li soil, which ber yields fcf,;n h"1y t -a lun-i'rjd-foldf
ovricg care in i- . ..lea Itero
ir cattle roam large, ai d ' coiue fat' and
sieek upon theVraina
in! Tild pea,
e but 3T made
?, fai- ' .ccoding
abcundicg in thisregion.' T
hen has a most 6.cellent'll
ilx. made from cade runr.i: ui e" jj of red
!a IKS AS. AltBugli I
, uf," we lind ii'cry d
f: oi 4 the seat
to pin correct
.'jrrtation in re-d to -'ja-i nirint
xnss. Thatthre ha-: ttea rec t.t diiTcul
:3 at Lawrence,' ad lives lost pv. both sides,
?re is no doubt TL :i,"3 rrj so varied
i'l not atterrt fr. nyacnlars. Of
tb ng wo feeliukii t TI 2tLt;tL.o end is
vet to lc."
0 ur cnterprisicj City Cu:r.ci1 1 ave gone to
cik in earnest, tc imr.ro va the I -."nding, streets
u i llcys in Brovnvillo. At ti.eir last neet-
an ordinance was p.t:.5ed V ying a tax of
e r..l'Is on theldoH.-, ca th-taxable prop
er' v within the ccrpcrction, for ihe purpose of
t'.i.'g streets throe h :o the river, and grad-
; ' i same up thro a the ton. The work
il La pished aht-al as r.pidly as workmen
c . be round to doit. One hundred day h
1 :crs can find ste-.dr emfloyment this sum-
r-.:r. at good wages. . ' '
1 . .. f
: 1 Cie firitXj. of cur paper to a num
frnds a:-d uaittances, and oth-
' A by friLi.ds, who we could not see
persona'. 'y, VuVip-.'tavf oujU to be subscri-be-s.-
V.'t l.'rontirjie to do so for a few
wcks, c. ; i r f 1 t & s.ammo tl e pa-
pdicw i r ... iU 'l; . :. jil." Unless the latter
is tnn.nliel 'ltl ia s. rouble length of time
we!; rill cca 1 1 s:nd. : i , "'
ja ot a can t
without Seir - ?
Cret an., I rc v
the d.-t. . .!
som -i t 1
are cor I
ing to . . -:
one 7iu, ': i
have r-'.ir..-; i
3 $ i walk through our town,
truck with the evidences of in
ity. The Sawmill of Lake,
ciirs a steam Lath and Shin
t tCitwhhstanding this, such is
ur.l tttj aro( kept. constantly
it -1 i3 tusilv :r '-i'd at
. 1 t : - . yoS thcte i? a
. rr:: c. 21 :v of our :.'itw:o
: . . ..ild their' own houses, ow-
: , v of workmen. More than
' mj buildings and workshops
i Ma the last twelve months,
: 'juber that are compelled to
L ?-'p can be procured. Acccs
: : , le to our population,
geographical position apd the
town site, all reclaim that
i. .und to betU town. All we
: ::it number of mechanics cf
besid :s a i u - j
wait until rr:. l e
sions arj c. ' .
beauty cf a r
want ii a ;u;.
every deicrit juj- Come one, come alL
Dedicat:'W. O ir Office was dedicated the
other ee;.I2 h a happy and unique manner.
After the Cacr ' I Wen cleared of its rubbish,
and before fur , ;U Hal was moved in, a num-
pf youcg frl'xi o cf both Sxes,- gathered to-
jrether, ani alt st before we were aware of
0 ' y
what wa3 oirH-n, the fiddle struck up the
inspiring fitrait) an! the merry dance com
menced. We 1 joyed ourselves until a" late
hour and left th m-ary crowd "still tripping
it on the light (xi istic toe," and until near
morning, the jroa:pt"rs voice was heard direct
ing to "b..ila"C9 & tleir partuer and all hands
around." Kventlit passed off with eclat,
and even-body Ei.ujed to enjoy themselves'
As for ourselves, y'pt ere highly gratified with
the honor dor.etE, a-id the galaxy of beauty
that graced ccr oSIca. '
Db. Mc?hit..ov hss just completed level-
ins down t lot on the 1 ill immediatelv in front
"of the Ste.' nl ci.t Lui icg, and a fine business
house is be r irectei Hereon. Mr. Nuckolls
B. B. & J. D. K. Th iapion and Mr. Johnston
are following ti.3 exit'tle, and now have all
dirt right and j-'1. rt 'notice vorkmen fur
ther up, cutli.,;i c'cv.'u los. 1 The lot owners on
the Bluff, k 10; r;-:ictitn' vith the Council, will
soon have "t r..t u y h ol ing backbone," which
has shut us t v-t 1'rcn a f ir view of passers by,
up and dowr. tie rivtr, leveled down, which
will then sho- v.- the aest town site on the
Missouri "gi c-." i - ' ;
As we were 'v : - ,-iiVsing in the arms of
Morpheus, th. c . it a f Vng, with dreams as
light as our txc a hovct g over our head, we
- O i . .o--
were disturbed t y a rappi at the' door. Vis
ions of departe I c: irit3 iitic us with their
"knockings," y eT
iiarvix ately presented to
mind, but weie led by the pleas
ant voice of Jt r- I-s, nho held a fine fish
in his hand, which I im'oTaed us he had ta
ken from our Hi e tai' t it out over night
Knowing we I- - 'nary ae out," but being
aware that so fice a P-'1 v.-?$ iot to be "sneezed
at," especially as; l --id hieu living on "salt
hog" for BometiLi''
stomach to refuse.,
fried the fish, we It
good. If this be f
jviousj Ve had not tho
we fot the fish, we
3 fiih and the fish teas
':rT according to the
c vicii guilty, but de--i
xcmplice for thus
: - Ij in our way.
statutes of Nebrasi
nouuee the J udge
Our tews matter,
ih.xited, a3 will be
observed, owing to c i.r i;av but one or two
exchanges from whl. to ( -ta. We promise
a more liberal supply i : tl . r f.-di-xc.'
fcrcrA iLdigf t:.mber are Ash, BUcl
Elm. If t7, Cottonwood and Oak-
.NEEEASKA CONTESTED ELECTION.
. . . . . . - . ,
ve have . Dotora us the majority report oi
vommiiuo uu ljiecuons ia mo wuitswu
in Congress frcra this Territory, between
B. B. Chapmaa, and H. P. Bennett.
eport is against Mr. Chapman. Mr. Stephens,
of making a report, the further consideration
of the matter was postponed until May 23d.
Since which we have heard nothing.
The Philadelphia Ledger, a ccutial paper,
' 'The report of the Committee on Elections
is ia favor of Hiram P. Bennett taking the
seat ia the House now occupied by Bird B.
Chapman, as a delegate from Nebraska, it is
not believed will result in anything more than
making Chapman permanent in his seat, and
giving Bennett the per diem and mileage."
'WANTED AT BBOWXTTLLE.
Carpenters, Stone Masons, Brick Layers,
Plasterers, Waggon Makers, Plow Makers,
Shoemakers, Saddlers, Tia and Copper Smiths;
in short to all kinds of Mechanics, and day
laborers, we guarantee as fine an opening for
profitable business as can be found in the
JTJST THE THDTQ.
Mr. McCathron, from Wisconsin, am experi
enced Nurseryman, arrived last week audio
cated at thi3 point. He intends to engage ex-
tensively ia the Nursery business ; brought
with him over 100,000 Fruit Trees of one and
two years growth, which will be for sale this
fall and spring. Send ia your orders early.
Aecheb.N. T. In company with a number
of our citizens we attended the Sale of Town
Lots ia Archer the County Seat of Kichardson
Co., N. T. Quite an interest was manifested
and the bidding was spirited. . The Lots Sold
were those donated by the Town Company to
the County, the proceeds from sales of which
is appropriated for the purpose of erecting a
Court House. The average price of lots was
very fair indeed. The Town Company have
certainly evinced taste and good judgment in
the Location of this town.. The site is beauti
ful, with a fiae water power adjoining and sur
rounded by a rich and fertile country which
is being filled up with rapidity by farmers.
A number of houses are already erected, one
Store and a fine Saw Mill nearly completed
Success to our young neighbor.
Daring the Session' of the United States
District Court at this place we had the pleasure
of forming the acquaintance of Judge James
Bradly; Attorney General E. Estabbook; and
the recently appointed U. S. Marshall for this
Territory Hox. B." r." ItASKnr.T TLey oio all
able men and well qualified for their several
positions: The Administration has been for
tunate ia these selections and appointments.
Oub Mails. "Why are our" Mails so ir
regular," is the universal cry of our citizens.
Why they are so'we are unable to say, but that
they are so, we, "do testify." Eastern matter
which should step at "Sharps Grove" and come
from their to Brownville, we know reaches us
by lx way of Linden and Sor.ora, very often.
mails and we hop e this "hint to tho wise"
will ,,lbe sufficient."
Oar friend Oscab F. Lake, Esq., of this
place, has received the appointment of Deputy
U. S. Marshall for the "South Platte." Mr.
Lake, although "a young man, ha3 had con
siderable experience in public affairs in this
Territory, and will make an excellent officer.
The United . States and Territorial Courts,
Judge "Bbadly, were both in Session in this
place within the past two weeks. No business
of. particular importance was transacted in
either. ' One or two cases of retailing Ardent
Spirits wereup and disposed, of and also a few
Claim difficulties adjusted.
-.' Rockpobt, Mo. We made a "flying visit'
last week to our sister town Rockport, in Atch
ison Co., Mo., and ; was pleased to find so
thriving and enterprising a village every
thing about the town indicates the prevailing
characteristic of the Western Country go-a-head-tiveness.
They have a fine large Hotel
Building already enclosed, Three Large Mer
cantile Houses, two Saw and one Grist Mill, a
number of fine dwellings and more under the
B. B. & J. D. N.' Teompsojt, have purchased
the fine Stock of Goods brought to this place
by Dr. M'Pherson, and have opened them up
in the" Store Room on Front Street for the
present, until their new and commodious build
ing, now in progress of erection, near the land
ing is completed. Call in. The CoL and Ben.
will take jpleasure in showing their stock, and
--you bargains. : " '
Mr. Westfallis making extensive prepara
tions for the manufacture of Brick at this
. . .
place. He thinks the clay of a superior quali
tyand informaus that he has already more
Brick engaged thau he will probably be able to
burn this season. - .
Mr. Fagan is also erecting a large lime kiln.
He ' too will find a ready market for that
article. . ' . :
.A Bill has passed both Houses of Congress
appropriating one million five hundied thou
sand acres of land to the State of Iowa, for
Rail Road purposes.
The Agricultural matter on the Fourth page
was in type, and would have appeardtn season
had not our press been delayed. o
Our thanks are due C. G. Schultz, Clerk
of the Steamer Key Stone for late St. Louis
Iji Torsr. Our neighbor and newly enstal
led Editor, J. M. Dews, of tho Glenwoodlowa
Times , paid us a visit last week.
The Glenwood Times of May 22d, says:
Our old friend. Col. J. L. Shabp, arrived at
this pkico on the 20th inst., direct from Wash
ington. He will remain here a few days
among his old friends, and then he goe3 to
Nebraska; The Cob looks hale, hearty and
jovial as ever. .
fj7"We have been delayed ia the issue of
our uGrst number by a portion of tho press
bemtf detained aa unreasonatle length of time
between Cincinnati and thi3 point. There
is evident carelessness somewhere in this
respect, and much complaint by every one
shipping. If Shipping Merchants would be
more particular and not allow- goods to get
poked off in some out of the way corner of
their Warehouse, it strikes us, they would ulti
mately be tho gainars. More ca this subject
We are astonished to find At what low prices
our Merchants sell their goods just the same
as you can purchase at ; retail in St. Louis, Cin
cinnati, New York or Philadelphia.
We hereby acknowledge our indebtedness
to "Ben" of B. B. & jl D. N. Thompson, for
thosa fine Oysters - arjd Tomatoes. "A few
more same sort", can - ha had by calling soon-
To the gentlemanly clefk Kerchival of
Steamer Omah a, we are indebted for late St
Louis papers. Also td the Clerk of : Steamer
Edinburg. f ... - ; .
We call attention td the Advertisement of
Hobblitzell & Co., Man street They are now
receiving their supplies of Spring Goods, and
,-t i ,t . l a: i:
iromtnerusa in was uireuuua we conciuae
they "just suit" One thing ?we know, Billy
and Raney, are a ccora'ii'lating gentlemanly
fellows, and will sell at fright prices" if you
will but give them a "sight!
As an evidence of the importance of Biowa
ville, we mention the fact that the Train for
across the Plains, under command of Capt
Foster, purchased their supplies in this place.
Emigraats will sooa leara that this is the best
crossing point, and also to . purchase supplies.
. . S , . . . , . ...
New Stage Lise. Mr. Stout, of P.ock-
port, will commence next week, running a tri
weekly Stage Line from Brownville to Rock
port just what is needed. Success to the en
We call attention to our. Advertising
Columns too many to particularize at present;
but we promise to pay our respects to each in
Attention Company !
THE NEMAHA GUARDS are hereby com
manded to parade at the Armory, in Brownville,
on Saturday, Jane 21st, 185(1, in full uniform, with
fourteen rounds of blank cartridge.
Isy order of the Capt.
0. F. LAKE, O. S,
GENESAL ORDERS NO. 1.
Ht'AD "quabtees op the division. J
Omaha City, N.T., March 10th, 1836.)
The undersigned, having been elected by
the Legislature Major General of the Division
of Nebraska Volunteers, hereby assumes com
mand of the same, gives notice of the follow
ing appointments: y
' DIVISION STAFF, V
Adjutant General of he Division:;
T. G. Goodwill, of Douglas County.
Quarter 3 faster to the Division :
j William Kline oC Dodo County. -
:'. - ' Inspector to f i.p'vision:
... . ' ' i ' ' ' ' ' . -
r .. ' . - - , . : . ' . , .
tj 'i. - -Ui. -.1.1 ': i .- - - ... 1 WiutliJ
Chables McDokald of Pawnee County.
Chief of Ordinance :
AD. Goyeb of Douglas County, .
.With the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
Surgeon General of the Division :
Geoege L. Miller of Douglas County.
CJicplain of the Division :
' Rev. Wm. Leach of Douglas County.
FERSONAL STAFF OF THE JIAJ. GENERAL.
B. R. FoLson of Burt County.
Allek Root of Douglas County. "
J. L. Allek " "
J. Steblixq Mobtot of Otoe County.
A. D. Kirk of Richardson County.
Aids-de-camp with tho rank of Lieutenant
And it is hereby ordered that the above
named officers be respected and obeyed by the
Division as their rank requires.
J. MILTON THAYER,
Major General com'g Division
NOTICE TO SETTLERS IN KANSAS
Surveyor General' Office, )
Wyandott City, K. T, Nov. 22, 1855. f
AS frequent enquiries are made of this office in
relation to the manner in which notices of Pre
emtion claims to the public lands, in Kansas and Ne
braska, are to be given through the Surveyor Gener
al's Ofdce, this notice is published for the benefit of
all whom it may concern.
The following form of a declaration to claim under
the law, any tract of land subject to pre-emption, has
been furnished this office by the Commissioner of the
General Land Office. The declaration of intention
may be written or printed, and must bo signed by the
applicant in presence of somo person who will sign
the same as a witness. The declaration may be made
and signed at this office, or any where else in the Ter
ritories and sent by mail or otherwise to this office.
The form must be carefully observed.
Declaratory Statement for Cases where the Land
is not subject to Private Entry.
I, ,of , being- have, on the
day of , A. 13 , set tled and improved the
-quarter of section, number-
-, in township
-, in me a;s-
triet of lands subject to sata in the land office a1
and containing acres, which land hat not pet.
been offered at puhlie tale, find thut rendered suhject.
to private entry; and I do hereby declare my inten
tion to claim the said tract of land as a pre-emption
right, under tre provisions of said act of 4th Septem
ber, 1841. .. -
Given under my hand, this : day of , A.
In presence of ;
Upon filing the declaration in this office there will
issue to the applicant the followiag certificate:
Surveyor GemraVt Office, K. T-
la . f
J. certify that has this day filed in my offico
a notica in accordance with the 12th flection of tho
Act establishing the office of the Surveyor General
of Kansas and Nebraska, and granting pre-emption
rizhts to actual settlers for the quarter section
e v. 1
number , m townsnip nam our , in rangu
number , east of th 6th Principal Meridan, in
of Kansas and Nebraska.
LAKE, NOEL & CO., Proprietors,
Hro wxiv JLllo, T.
X. B. We would rospectfully inform tho citi
iens of Nemaha county and adjoining Missouri, tha t
we have always on hand ft Urge and well selected
supply of LUMBER, which we ean furnish at low
er raws than any mill in the Territory.
Market prices paid for logs delivered at the yard,
or on the bank of the river. ' '
All orders accompanied with the cash, will receive
our immediate attention. ' j
Fllsvs: Seed to -.Loan.
TTE have at this offico a few bushels Rax Seed
V V to loan to tanners wising 10 bow.
Of ;vcry description ft sale at this oCkc.
!!EV: GOODS ASID CHEAP GOODS!
JUST-KKCEIVED BY '
B. 3. &, J. B. N. THOMPSON,
BEOWNVLLLE, N. T.
Eiprerslj for this llarket, a Largo and "Welt
Selected Stock of
DRY GOODS, . GROCERIES,
HATS & CAP3, PINE DOOKS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
HAVING beeiiLuiight and shipped at low figures,
we flatter ouwolvea we are able to offer such ia
dueements as have not heretofore been offered.
We ask an examination cf our Goods and prices be
fore purchaser :g elsewhere. The Ladies will nl at
on? Store a large assortment of
DItESS GOODS.Challi, Eera-e, Delains
roplias, Ginshrtms, Victoria Lawns,
Embroidered llobes, Plaid
Silks, &c, Ac,. Slc
All, OP "WHICH WILL EE SOLD VERY LOW.
Juae 7, 1856.
AT BROWNVILLE, N. T.
; ; W. IIOBLITZELL & CO.
ASB NOW IS BECErPT OP A FBE3H STJTn. OF
' WTiioh, when complete, will compose the Largest
. - . and best selected stock in this country.
OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES ARE BOUGHT
at the lorrest price for eash, and consists of .
CoSee, Sugar, Teas, Fish, IUce, Currants,
Itaislns, Candies, Zttolasses, Syrup,
Trait. Nuts, &.c, &c.
DRY GOODS. Ladies and Genta, call and see
them, and price for yourselves. Late styles and a
full assortment of Dress Goods, from a ten cent
Lawn to a Two Dollar Silk. Also, a tew fine
SILK SHAWLS, BONNETS & PARASOLS
CLOTHING. A fina stock old and young,
foies and 'fast' men, Call soon if you want a nice
coat, vest or pants on reasonable terms.
. II ATS. New Htyles cheap and durable.
Tf A Till WARE. A very larce assortment, con-
istino in Tart of Smiths' fools, Spades, Shovels,
Rakes) Hoes, Bells, Mill, Crosscut arid Handsaws,
Files, Augers, Axes, Broadaxes, Adzs, Chisels &c, c,
to the end of the chapter. ',
BUILDING MATERIALS. A large lot.
consisting of Pine Doors, Sash, Shutter Blinds, O1I3,
Faints, Nails. Lock, Latches, Putty, Glass 4c.
" FURNITURE. Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables,
Chairs, Tin Safes, Cupboards, btands sc.
. gr We will sell cheaper for cash than any house
in Nebraska Territory.
JAMES W. GIBSON,
Second Street, between Main and Nebraska,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
A. L. COATE,
BROWNVILLE, NEMAHA CO.
E. M. 1'COMAS,
Cummnigs: Tenders hisprofessional services to the
citiiens ot riemana county.
NUCKOLLS & WHITE,
WHOLESALE AXD SET AIL DEALERS IS
III MI, ffiCiK,
.. W I i 4
. -ir.i. f.
QTJEEN3WASE, STONE VABJE, TINWASE,
IRON, NAILS, STOVES, PLOWS Ac.
Also Furniture of all kinds, "Window Sash, &c
N. B. WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
. ' C. V. SNOW,
,v nri " iV.ocouolaoiir,
"WM. B. GARRIT.
AUUCST fa KXIGHT.
JAMES V. F1SKK.
OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
Manufacturers and Whalesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
K O. 87 iU AA il SI liltU A ,
(Formerly, No. 101, Corner of Mais ajtd Locust.)
ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. D. KIRK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Land Agent and Notary Public, '
Archer, Richardson county , N. T.
Will nractice in the Courts of Nebraska, assisted
by Harding and Bennett, Nebraska City.
SPRIGMAN & BROWN,
RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT
And General Commission Merchants.
No. -46, Public Landing.
R. E. HARDING. O. C. KIMBOTGH B, V. TOOMER.
HARDING, KIM30UGH & CO.,
Manufacturer and VTloletale Dealert in
HATS, CAPS & STRAW GOODS,
"So 49 Main street, bet. Olive and Pine,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
PwUmiAa .ttantloo paid to uiantxl su taring our
finest Mole Hats.
Oregon, Holt Conuty, Missouri.
Keep constantly on hand all description of Harness,
Saddles, Bridles, Ac, Ac.
N. B. Every article in our shop is manufactured
by ourselves, and warranted to givo satisfaction.
MI 11 IT AGIT,
AND AGENT FOR
BEOWN VILLE, N. T.
U. S. DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
REQUIRED to be in attendance officially upon all
the terms of the District and Supreme Court of
the Territory, tenders his Professional servicci to f uch
aa ned them. He flatters himself that his facilities
for gaining a knowledge of the practice in e.'ich Dis
trict, will enable him to give satisfaction tc such as
entrustt their business to his care. x
Omaha City, Juno 7, 1856.
C. r. DAILY. B. P. RAKKIS.
BALLY & PwVNKIN,
OM AI I A C ITY, N. T.
J. HART & SON
SADDLE I fl
WHOLESALE ANO BIT AIL
Oregon, llti County, 2Io.
n-iin Store :
Pure White Lead,
f anish lrown,
Cream of Tarter,
Sulpher Carb. Soda,
Vol. Oil do,
Xerver and Loce do,
Saint Louis Glue, "
White Zink do,
Daris Paiu Killer,
Fahnest ck's Yer.,
Stone's Cough Caudy,
McLane s Liver rills.
In additL a tothe'above, I hfcve the largest Stock
of Drusgiit and Physicians Saop furniture, Cnemi
cals, Surgical instruments, and Patent 2dedicien3
ever offeree, lor sale m tnis couiury.
Merchants and Physicians of lo a, Kansas and
Nebraska, ure respectfully invited to give me a call.
Fresh Arrival of
AT ROCKrOUT, no.
THE subscribers would respectfully tender their
thanlis to their customers and tho Public Gene
rally for their liberal patronage heretofore, and solicit
a continuance of the same : as tney are aoterminea
to sell Goods as low if not lower than any other
Ilouse west of St. Joseph. Having just r-jceived a
large and well selected Stock of Spring and Summer
Goods : also a superior Stock of Family Groceries
with Hardware, Ulasa and tfaeensware, Jtumiture,
Saddlery, Iron, Ac.
Corns one and all,
For well we know ;
Agjin youH call,
Well sell so low.
Of Goods the best,
And profits small,
Well beat the rest,
And suit you all. .
Our Stock of Dry Goods having been purchased in
the Eastern cities, we flatter ourselves that we can
surpass our competitors in tho low prices and good
qualities of our Stock, and earnestly believe all will
make by calling tnd seeing for themselves before
purchasing elsewhere. CAREY, JONES, A CO.
N. B. Country Froduce of all kind3 taken in ex
change at the highest prices, for Goods. Juno 7, '56.
Tr TT i ; f n
Patent Fortalile Mill.
THE subscribers have entered into a partnership
under the firm of Reed, Holabiri A Co., to
manufacture the J, C. Reed, Patent Portable Grist
Mill and are now prepared to fnrniih all those in
w.ant of a good Corn or Wheat Mill that for dura
bility, simplioty and economy ; excel any Mill in the
world. Oa the late exhibition of th Mechanics
institute in Cincinnati, a GM -Miial was awarded
them for it. .
It is adapted to all Grain grinding pnrpoies ; it is
superior to all others for the most extensive Merchant
Mill, aa it is for grinding the Farmers feed by Hor3o
The above Mills are manufactured by the under
signed at their shop in Cincinnati, O., where they
con be furnished in any quantity at short notice.
The above Mills warranted to perform as follows:
36 in. diam., psr hour 50 B. Corn, 25 Wheat, $300
30 " u " u 30 15 " 250
24 u u 20 13 u 200
2Q u a ig u g u
As this Mill tells its own story, it is unnecessary to
quote from our numerous recommendations, received.
HEED, HOLABIRD & CO.
A. B. HOLLA BIRD & CO.
Machinists, Founders and
Fr:nt iSlreot, Test of EnitS, :
Would most respectfully inform their friends and
the public generally, that they are now pre
pared to execute all orders in their line, with prompt
ness. Having lately enlarged their shop and with
the increased facilities they now possess, they hope to
merit a continuation of the liberal patronage which
has heretofore been extended to thorn.
Saw Mill Engines of every Description.
Constantly oa hanJ: consisting of tho Sash, Circu
lar and Muley. Mill Gears and every description of
f. astings, warranted to be well made in every particu
lar. They have also a Boiler Yard attached to their
establishment, which enables them to oversee all
work in that line furnished by them, and are pre
pared to work on as rcasonablo terms as any other
shop in tho country.
Those in want of arythin; in our line, would do
well to give us a call and examine our new iattern3.
A. B. HOLABIRD 2t CO.
JOHN S. HOYT,
County . Surveyor and land Agent,
OF Richardson county, N. T., will attend promptly
to all business in his profession, when called on:
nuch as Paying Tares, Itecording Claims, Subdividing
Land, Laying out Town Lots,Draf dug City Plats &c.
Residence and address
ARCHER, Richardson co.. N. T.
TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY
Uo. 163 Vine St., let. Pourta aad. Fifth,
C. F. O'DIUSCOLL Si CO.
j Tanufacturers and derders In News, Book and Job
ItJL Type, Printing Presses, Cases, Oallies, Ac, Jfcc.
Inks, and Printing Material of Every Description.
STEREOTYPING, of all kind BookB, Music,
Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, Wood Engrevings,
Brand -and Pattern Letters, various styles,
H. P. BENNETT, J. 8. MORTON, K. H. HARDING.
BEXNET, MORTON & HARDING.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Nebraska City, N. T., and Glenwood, Ia.
TTJILL practico in all the Courts of Nebraska and
VV Western Iowa. Particular attention paid fc
obtaining, locating Land Warrants, and collection of
Hon. Lewis Cass, Detroit. ) r.
Julius D. Morton, - Michigan;
Gov. Joel A. Matteson, Springfield, III;
(4ov. J. W. Grimes, Iowa City, Iowa;
B. P. FiSled, St. Louis, Mo-;
Hon. Daniel O. Morton, Toledo, Ohio;
P. A. Sarpy, Bellevue, Nebraska;
Sedgewich t Walker, Chicago, 111;
Green, Weare A Benton, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
LIFE INSURANCE COJirANY !
Hartford, Ct. Capital $200,000
With large and increasing receipt securely invented
under tho sanction and approval of the Comptroller
of Public Accounts.
ALFRED GILL, Pret. MOnN L. BUNCE, V. P,
JAMES C. WALKLE Y, .Secretary.
Alfred GilL John L. Bunce, Wm. It. Cone, Jas. G
Bolles, John A. Butler, Noah Wheaton, N. nollis
tcr, Sam! Coit, Daal Phillips, C. N. niaphrey.
BOARD OB FIXASCE.
Geo. Beach, Esq., President of Phoenix Bank,
D. F. Robinson, Esq., " Hartford u
Hon. Isaac Toucuy, lata Attorney General U. S.
Applications for insurance received by
R. W. FURNAS, Agent.
DR. A. S. HOLLIDAY, Med. Ex.
W2L. H. TUOirSOX. J. H. TAAKFZ
THOMPSON & TAAFFE,
(Successors to Barrows it Thomps'n,)
And Comrriission Hercliants,
No. 13, Pearl Street, CiaciawiU,
t,.n7i attention will bo Fiv in rJr
wliL-h will always U reviled, at current
WM. MCLENNAN, Uro 'tST J . T.
Mebraska City, .N.T. i
miADFOKD, TJcLENNAX & SIcC.AIlY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
AND IiAND AGENTS.
NEEP.ASKA CITT, 4 Er.O'R'NVILIJN. T.
TV ILL PRACTICE ia all the Courts of" Nobraik
Territory, and in the Courts of "Western Iiwa.
Reic,tfuU'j Refer to S. F. Nuckolls, Nebraska
city; Richard Drown, and Wm. Ilcblitr.ell L o
Brownsville; Hon. Jami3 Cral, St. Jcsep'i, Mo
Mossrs. Crow, McCreary A Co Hon. John iit. Shenley ,
Hon. James M. Hughes, ilessr?. Bogy, Miltenburr
& Co., St. Louis; Hon. A, Williams, Qiiiney, i.Ij.;
Messrs". S. G. Hubbard A Co., Cincinnati 0.; Solou
Humphreys, New York City; lion. J. M. 10 e, Keo
kcky Iowa. Jans 13 jo.
1S50. SPRING SiVLES. 1856.
low rr.u-Es to cas3 and rEo.MiT ma Btrrrr.H
"V7:iOLESALS AND KETATL
BOOIISrLLEIl l STATIONEE.
. ; AND BLANK BOOS MA NL FACT taiEHS.
173. 123 Haia, St. Louis, Ha, "
HAS for s.'.Ie all the Spelling bxks; Ceorapb las ,
Header?: Historirios; Chen:iitries; I'ictionaries;
A !thmetics; Fhilosr-phies, tfc. now in owe, toe-Jier
w .th & large stock of Law, Medical and misoei! inoou
U..k3 forming the most completo asscranent. t bo
found in the city. Also, "Writica; paper, wd Foruign
and Domestic stationary, of thu finest, qtiality,
ccuntry merchants and others shoal J not fail to call
at; No. 120 Main st.
m. Y, MARTIN,)
New York. I
MARTIN & IOTEETu
THE OLD ORIGINAL CLOTHIERS,
No. 114 AZ2 7io. 1 2AET SXR2IT,
ST. LOUIS, 2lO.
FIR the approaching spring, we will lave a TRE
MENDOCS STOCK OF GLOTHINa,iaannfiic
tured by ourselvos in Now York, expressly for thi
In point of STYLE, QUALITY and PEICE, we
defy any and all competition I We hva marked
down our price very low; as wo intend sellin j to non.
cash asd rnoJipr irsy.
To such we would ask a thorough exjiminaticn of
cur Stock before purchasing.
l-5fc AlAUiii li
SHAW, BUEL & BARBOUR,
IMI0ETEK3 A JOBBERS 0?
53 rear! Street, Cincinnati.
L. BARBOCB, C. O. SHAW, L. C. UCELr, O. H. BAR1IOCB.
YOUNG, NOUSE & POND,
IMPORTERS AND WEOLiSALB DEALEB3 IX
Foreign and Domestic
No 15, Peakl Sttxett, CiscDiaATi.
N. M. FLOEER,
WH.0LE3ALE I) CALEB I3T
Pork, Bacon, Laid, S. CuTed Hams,
DRIED BEEF AND BEEF TONGUES.
N 9, Sycamore Street, Cincinnati, O.
' BOBBINS & POMEROY,,
WHOLES ALB P2AIER3 W
BOOTS, SHOES & SOLE LEATip,
Nos. 0, Pearl and 71, Main Street,
m ii in
1 rt nr'i an i J,
v '. '
, ,V..:-i .'', '. r'i' t,ri'.
CHARLESS, BLOW & CO.
IiIFOUTEB3 A WHOLESALE CEALEE3.
No. 66 aid 67 Haia street, St.'Louia, Ho.
Are now in receipt of their new SUck, eiulracic
everything in their lino.
s7Morchanta Tisiting our City are r-quted to
give as a call, as we aro determined t soli for Ca.sh
or Prompt Time I'apcr, as low as any Hoiico la tho
H. WHITTE1IORZ. R. B. WHITTEIIORE. J. Y. C AKTER
II. & R. B. WIIITTEMORE t CO.,
Wholetale Dealer ;
BONNETS XSD STRAW GOODS.
NO. 113 MAIN STREET,
(First doer above the Bank of Missouri.)
It7Cash puid for Furs and Deer Skins.
lorn :T)nPT7T!Tiv lorn
iujo. biiubiiiiiii. im.
JOHN W. TOOLEY.
(Successor to NOONAN, TOOLEV Co,)
53 Main si., Old Stand, St. Louis, Mo.
TMPOUTER, Wholesale and Betail Dealer, in Chin
.1. Glass and Quoenswaro, Yollow and lfockinghau
Ware. Chandoliei-s, Lamp?!, Lanterns, LK)idiig-jrUif
Ues, Britannia Ware, Ac. Ac, with a great variety
bancy .Vantla and 1 arlor Ornaments, direct from th.
Potteries and MinufactuVer
J2"Now arri-rng and in ttore, a full stock of th
above line of good, which is offered to tha Trada M
reasonable rates'. An examination ia lolicited.
ftOn hand, Assorted Crates, for Coin try Trade.
N. B. Packing receives ?pecial attention.
J. T. DOWDALL. K. Z. CAR.
DOAVDALL, CARR & CO.,
Engine and Machine Llaniifactory.
Corner Second and Morgan Stn.-cU.
ST. LOUIS, 310.
MANUFACTCliERH of Steam En;-ino im! Boil
ers,. Saw and Grist' Mill Machinery, Ttb wco
Screws and Presses Ird Kettlen, Lard Scrowe and
Cylinders, Wool Carding Machines, Youngi Patent
Smut Machines, Bailding Castings, Sw.
J3"Agent-! for the sale of James Smith It Coa
Superior MACHINE CARDS.
YOUNG'S PATENT SMUT MACHINE. Well
tried, always successful, fuKy Guarantied, ilaaa
fact cured and for sale by
DOWALL CAutR. k CO..
Washington Foundry, St. Louis, Mo.
E. 0. TCTTLE. R. G. PEP.LEY. H. W. SMITH.
TUTTLE, PERLEY c SLIITTL
SPRING STYLES. 185G.
77 Main street, St. LouL?, Mo. -
MANUFACTURERS of Straw and Silk Bonnet
Importers and Wholesale dealers in Ribbon
Silk Millinery, Flowers, Trimmings, Lice GoodJ, Em
EMerchanta and Milliners are larticuIarlT in
vited to examine our atock, before niakin,; iheir sprln
purchases, as we (relying fully on th-j traperiority cf
our stylos,) intend to offer inducemen ta e4aal, if n t
supenon, to anyjobbiog pousa in the Ln:.tjd States.
SAMUEL SPENCER h, CO,,
No. Eighty-Two North Fourth Street, Near Locuif
ST. LOUIS, MO.
MANUFACTURERS of every description of
Frames, dealers in Paintings, Enrrivinirs Litho
graphs, Ac; Looking-glass Hates of 3very siie, and
framed to any pattern in the best mamor.
AdvcrthingCard., Ac, Stained and Vanished or
Framed at short notice.
Rosewood, Walnut and other fancy wood. Pktuxfl
The Trade Supplied. Old Frames, Ac, Re-gilt.
FRESH DRY GOODS.
EEDY, JAM1SOX & CO.,
ie.-170 and 172 Jluin SL, St. Louis.
WE aro now in reu'vl cf the most eomplete and
mrvnifiecnt Bt.-k, evtrotlarcd k. tho Western
5 TmHa. Merchant. visiting this cty un invited to
! wake an ciaaif i-.-a of ,K''e?- fn
A. A.BBADFOTID, D. 3 G KHT,