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UPHOLSTERY, - - . WHOLESALE AXD EET1IL, 1 BY " SCAIIRITT -MASON. - - st:louis;uo. WE take pleasure in saying to or friends and the public in gcncraC that ur stock of .Fine, Medium, and Common Furniture, at well as Mat treMoi and Bedding, vu never mora complete and deserving the attention of purchasers, either at WDOlOsaie OT reiii tu iuu iwuvi nuig Nuun than at present. We shall spare no effort to keep the most complete awortmeiit in our line, in the Wejt. Our Goods are made here, as well as East, bj the . best workmen, and thus combine the greatest Tariff and la tost 'f tries, with the cheapest and most substantial. Dealer, u well as all . other purchasers in vited to ea.ll and look through our llammoth AWare IloomJ. Orders also, from all parties having furniture to biy for themselves or others, are especially solicited, with the assurance of our best endeavors to merit a continuance of the liberal confidence and patronage we hare to long received. SCARRITT A MASON. . Washington Arc. between 2nd and 2 J Sts. f -March 19th, '57. " " 40-3 m . 1 dlotice ; to 1 the I Public. O i T)EING informed that certain parties are circuiat- J J Ing reports that ma y, without bcingeontradicted, operate injuriously to the lown of Aemaba citj, tis : That I am not the legal owner of the town site that lhfcd on a former occasion sold it to other parties and am now violating an agreement said to tare been entered into between myself and the parties, referred to and further, that suit has been m Js about being brought to recover interests said to be claimed bj these parties. The whole affair is without any foundation what ever. No agreement has ever been entered into be tween mvseif and anr cartv or varties but what I am prepared to faith full y fulfill. -The article referred to above, is said to have been entered into sometime in the Spring pf 1835, between myself g, F. Nuckolls, a Mr. lSauard, a Air. Donavan, a ilr. yatt, a Air I lull y and ethers, of whom I know nothing as I never til but two or three of the gentlemen, or heard of them except as connected with these flying rumors. If my signature appears as a party in the article of agreement said to exist it is forged, as it was sever ttlaced there with my knowledge or consent. If these gentlemen, have as they claim; any rights to weperty in Acm&ha city, or diCerences witn me, why do they not call on mo in person. I hate keen informed that a person said to represent then Las bees in this county on several occasions and t veni n the Town of Nemaha city mating the assertions, re f erred to, but has never made his business known to zae. although I was in my residence and he but a few rods distant. It is plain, I think, for any and every one teste that the whole affair has been gotten up toinjare the Town cf Nemaha city, or a ruse to secure an interest tee rein. ' . Thus" much I hsTe thought proper to say in this public manner, and further to Anne-ance, that should the parties referred to bring suit, I am prepared to meet tnem. JEROME HOOVER. .vea cut, n. T. ' r Karen 2tVlS5r. t AS. P. TfST,1 1 - J 1 V AS. D.' WHITE, Conncil Bluffs, Iowa. J Nebraska City X T ) CASSABY .TIXrIDror& )CQtf, (Successors to Riden & White.) LAND AGENTS. . NEBRASKA CIXT, X T, HAVIXO made arrangements by which we will receive accurate copies of all the Townships embraced- in the ' Eatera ' portion f Nebraska, we ere new prepared to offer oar services to the SQUATTjERS;PP,THE tTEKRITTOiry,' Jn Filiag Declaratory Statements of Intention to Pre-empt Securing f : Ireemptions locating Land i. ! i Warrants and : ' ENTERING LAND. LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT & SOLD. Land Entered on Time, Ac, Particular attention paid to Buying and Selling Tmperty en commission: Also, to making Collections and forwarding remittances to any part of the Union. Blanks cf all kinds always on hand. REFERENCES. lion. A. A. Bradford, S.F.Nuotolls, Messrs. Dolman k West, Peter A. Keller, Thomas Lumpkin, ' ' June 23, 1856. vl-ni . Nebraska City. St. Joseph, Mo Washington City NEW IRI-AVEEKLY- MAIL ; FBOJt n. pout, ZvXO. TO BnOWNVILtE, NEBRASKA. v GEO. IL LTCLAliY, : HATIXft taken- the contract, for farfyiegVlVe 2w',l W.w sen tbe above poiati,t;ke- this method of jif rr ur tie puj.icgODra3!v tfu4 he has mftdo jiKpara Loot fat running a Hack en the above caaied route: . Leaving Rock T ' rrtrj Tnesday, Friday and Sunday, at 12 o'clock M.: nrririh at Brownville at 2 o'clock. P.M.t leaving Brownville for Rock Port, tame evejjicg at 3 o clock t. M. - - . Thu route connects at Tloc"k Port with the St. Jo- aephaDd Council .Bluffs Hr-? line, and at Brown viae w.Ji the Stage lire"! from Topcka Kansas, fct. Joseph Molndepc: ler e. ilansas City and other poiaw oeiow ; ana to rcl r.v-i;a Citr, Omaha City and ctJier point above: ard New Fort Kearney, west; Jhe snbribcr hopes by diligent attention to business and areommodaUon to customers, to merit a fv?.t of be publie patronage. ' ,! lartci..jr attect. n rrai to the conveyance of T t . i cgyxr parcels. , srges cilcratej but no ac- cvKBtaomi'. 5-t htmy .vUUie accidenu. - CpROWItViiiLI! J KOErrxAKErnjiEnspx,. N. . B. We-would Tofpeetfully inform tho citi 1 3 . sens of aeisaha county and adjoining Missouri, that we have always on hand a large and well selected ?rr'l Tf TIOTE Hi wlkh ke fan fpmish itlowa er rates than any millin the Territory. w Market prices paid for len acllvered at the vard or en the buk of the tiver. . . -r . - ., JLli oiiir&laccompanied witi the eash, wHl meir our immediate attention. .i AND AGENT . w. FOR fxriicuLuaiL? i;.:flel:eiits, TAILORING! -TAILORING !L . E. EL PARKER, l ; n iJercIiant ailpr Allan lie street, "Vrest'.of IloblitseU's Store. . ; " ; t rr. 0 72iTZLLEj XLBRASKA . TERR. f- HATIN3 hozh t property and locate! permanently- in Brovcville, I offer xcy services to tho public generally, if they want any thing done in my line of basiccf s. I can always be found at nj post, orjnore properly rr. lit g at my bench. , , V.crk Terr2.r.ttdKo Tit, No Tay I rrLCB!&r attenlioa pil to tutting raxmcnts afid Iff.r-" v::k forth Cea sis tress. The greatest T-,"r.' s rf iry life baa been devoted to my trade, in v I cer.Kder cjsc'.f inferior to none especially la c : : : r r c r-partcieat, and lhcpe ty close atten- rj t ccrit a tti ire ci puo.c E. L. PAUSKP 44-ly -;:it April icti, is t UNITED- STATES BS?KE;COMPAr GIVE every possible facility for the rafe and speedy transmission of . 2Ioner Valuable ractages,- j-axceia, Goods, and Merchandize Of every description, on reasonable terms. Principal urncE3--iew jcrt, wuuiuo, viuvu- nati, ToledoCliica go. un.non, lnauuiRpw1" , ih .mailer towns on Railroads in tho Eastern, Mid dle and Western States, connecting at St. Louis with Richardson's Missouri KivoY express, ii. ft.il t . July25,lS55.-vl-nS Ueneral fcuportntcncieni. Caution. TIIE public are "hereby notified that one Thomas Heady, through faWeeolors obtained a certificate of entry of the S. West fractional quarter and the S. East fractional quarter oi oecuon nuniuer twenty fire, in Townshia number six. in Rango number fif teen. East of the 6th Principal Mcredian in Nebras- ka Territory. The above is claimed by ani win im naUnted to B. 11. Thompson, whoso papers and .evi dence are forwarded to Washington City for hearing, ... U.1S. TliUill'bU. Febrbarr 26th. 1857. .1 . - .! :-. S7-tf F, DINGS & CO., - Importer of, and WhUfaU Dealer U Fancy Goods, Manufacturers of all kinds of Brushes. 39 North Main Street, (Up Stairs,) , ST. LOUIS, Mo. S2-ly BROWNVILLE FERRY XSost Crosslns ON TEE Missouri Kiver. Hit Route from Broitmvilleto Ft. Kear ney, and from iicnce to California, , it the nearest and most v , practicable. , FINNEY & CODINGTON, .: ANNOUNCE to the Trateling Public that they have purchased the entire interest in the Ferry across tho AUssoun iuver at Uie city fit Airown ville. Nebraska, and open" the Season " with" i new substantial and : commodious Ferry Boat, run by Horse Power, wfiich. arrangement will secure certain passage at, all times and in all kinds of weather. The Proprietors do not assert boastingly, or for the purpose of gaining custom merely, but are governed ty facts, when they say this in the best crossing of the -Missouri lviver in .aeonuKa, and when they say the route from Brownvillo to fort Kearney and from thence to California is the nearest, for evidence they refer the reader to the map of the Country; and are warranted in saying it is the most practicable route by personal experience, as well as that of hundreds of others who have traveled it. We claim therefor that this crossing and r.ut e holds out peculiarly, favorable inducements, to persons going to California, and solicit their patronage. Not withstanding our superior arrangements, for a safp and speedy crossing, ourj.-hargea are the same us other Ferries in Nebraska, all being regulated by Legisla tive enactment. ' ' ' A skiff will be in readiness and a hanl on the ground to run all hours of the night. "Recollect that with our facilities' tf ' Power, no kinds of -weather will prevent our Boats irom making regular trips at all hours. Brownville Nemaha Co., N. T.f February 25th, 1857J1JJ1 37-ly T. B. CCMIxa. . 10HN C. TLKK. - CIBILNG & TURK,! AlUJiiil'5 ill LtUW Ou iU'dl IjbldlV XI OM AtiX CITlV NXTM" -' v WILL attend faithfully and promptly to all busi ness entrusted to them, in the Territorial or Iowa Courts, to the purchase of lots and lands, en trries add pre-emptions, collections, Ac. Office in the second story of Henry & Root new building, nearly opposite jXhe Western Exchange Bank, x arnnam street. Dec. 27, 156. vln28tf t Mo , More Credit ! NOTICE is hereby given, that hereafter we sell Goods for Cash or Pbodcck only. . ' MCALLISTER, DOZIER A CO. Brownville, March 12th, '57. 39-tf JOEL IX WOD, LL D., ' BOTANIC PHYSICIAN. RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Nemaha county, that having permanently located imme diately South of Brown vilie, and having had consid erable experience in the treatment of the -disea?cf incident to the West, he flatters himself that h ij prepared to treat tho same on purely B OTANIC PRINCIPLES, And in connection with Da. BrcxnAX of Missouri. Brownville, Jan. 1, 1857. vln29tf i : : WJI. BOSSELL; PrODPnTTTTT T V f il vi L i y that ke Is prepared . to lerve them with.' any ' ita thing in bis line, atehort notice, nnd with a style and quality of work he feels confident will please. To his old friends" and -customers he deems iv unnecessary to say a wora, 10 otaers uo says owj try me." . December 13, 1S5.,' Itiij ) fTinE public are hereby notified, that on or about JL the 20th day of February, A: D. 1856. there was made and executed by the undersigned Two dollars, tarabl tti 1st of t March. A.D. 1857: and one of one nHmirca aoiiarj', payable tne lotn day May, A. D. 1857. Iho eonideration for which said Notes were obtained .having failed, we shall refuse to pay tho said Notes or any part thereof. Jesse Noel, viHkxrt Emerson, IIsxBr W. Lakk, By . . O. F. Lake, his Agent. Brownville, March 12th, 1S57. 39-tf Caution. milE public are hereby not fid,'ihat there was L made and executed on or &Aout the 20th day of February, A. D. 180, by the nndemgned, Thkek Notes in favor of B. B. Fraticr, of two hundred dollars each, one payable September fat, A. D. 1856 one payable January 1st, A. D. 1857: one payable March 1st. A.D. 1357. The consideration having filed for which. sud notes were riven, we shall I refuse further payment on tne said .otes, or any part thereof. " J. 1 i.. i j l!i . l HeSHT EMtKSQX, Hexrt W."Lakk. By - - O.F. Lake, his Agent. Brownville Vih12tK'lS57.nt ' f trs S9-tf SPECIE!. ltbTiCILV) HE subscribers requei-f all that are indebted to rvtrz bv pota er, aeerant, totn'-lce ptyment by Sla" 6rTcbhiarbextras"bii(f of ho Irm will start East at that tlniQ"t .I a.kew iujA'Jun stock of f good, and CASH will le wanted to py for thenir patronage to- this time, and promise to merit eon tincance ol the same Jieraafter. . WM. HOBLITZELL A CO. Brownville, Jan. Slh, 1S57. ALOKZ9 raATT,- New York. X. e. MATT, X. W. FOX, O. W. CHILD. . T- r B. C. MAXSUB, Ok XiOUlS. hL Louis. I , 3i' cnfLD,: 3?hatt & bar 1111 Direct mporters, Jobbers and Manufacturers' Agects English, rrench, German & American Hardware and Gallery. GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, &cf&cl 1C3 & 111 ilaln St, ccr. WasbingtCKi Avenue, ;. : ;st. louis, no. EXFEEIETCZ XSTA1S00S.. J. D. THOMPSON Will prac'de jointly in all business entrusted .to theza that will require attention at la i j ; - : Sm.Tii d OdooJ' " riSE; E. rpUtrpok, Omba Citj,N. T. ,v " J J). N. Thompson, Brcnatiile, N. T. ST. LOUIS AZYTZlXlZZZzmS. E05I T11E KEVfSPAPEE A3VEBT1SISG AGENCT CT W. S.. SWYMMER, ; Corner of Olive and Main Sts, over ibe Bank ing House of John J. Anderson A Co. , By .Authority! THE STATE SUPERINTENDENT And Board of Education, Eave ordered the following Desirable Works for the Township Libraries of Indiana. - Some of them have been put into erery Library, others only into the moro populous townships. The careful attention given to the examination of works for these libraries, is a eruarantee of the merit of the books chosen. ' Many families will desire to own ine books, and read at their loisnre, rather than wait their turn to get them from a library. The works may be purchased of Booksellers, or will be sent by mail, free or postage, upon payment oi prices annex ed to each. . Fart's Ancient History Much superior to Rnllin. because more concise, accurate, and np with modern research. 4 vols., Clotn, gilt, aneep, library style, $3,50. The Teacher's Miscellany is anew ard ex ccllcnt collection of articles on Education, written by Judge McLean, Prs. Stowe, Biggs, McGcffey, Atdelott, Pickett, Ltnd, Post, and other distin guished memters of the "College or leacners." vol- 12mo Cloth, $1,25. ' ' . llistorv of the Pnntans and nisrim Fathers. By Stoweix and Wilsox, 1 vol., 12mo $1,25. Moffat's Life of Dr. Chalmers. 1 vol 12mo.. $.25. ' ' 'K' ' The Ladies of the Covenant! Memoirs of distinguished Scottish Female Characters: Enibra cin? tho Period of the Covenant and the Persecu tion. Bv Rev. James Anderson. Moffat's South Africa. One volume, 12mo, Twelfth edition. SI.' Six Years in India. By Mrs. Colin Mintx- zie. 2 vols, l2mo Cloth, 2.00 m-r- . ... 1 -T J t I with 22 plans and Illustrations. Third edition. $1.51 Llan-of-War Life. A Boy's Experience in the U. S. Navy (SIXTH THOUSAND.) 1 volume, 16mo.; Illustrated. 75 cents. The Merchant Vessel, A Sailor-Boy's Voyages to see the World (SIXTH THOUSAND.) 1 volume, 16mo- Illustrated. 75 cents. Nordhoff'8 admiral series of voluE5, -Man-of- War Life.Mcrchant. Vessel," aud the new volume to appear in September, tinder the title of "Whaling and Fishing," must be received with great favor, as the first two lave been, wherever circulated. They are the faithful limnings of nine years experience at sea, of a common sailor, a native "Buckeye," re cognized as inferior to no writer of the present day, in life-like delineations of adventure by sea. Very striking and graphic pictures of life at Sea, evidently authentic and very instructive. - - Bias adventure enough to please and truth enough to dissipate the charm of a sailor's life. V ' I ,' .'. Lew Aork Lvangehst. There is in them a vast amount of information respecting tho etimmcrce of tho rorld. Presbyterian Witness. Will take captive the young. Journal and Mcs- scnger, ; j 2 j ; ., u ;-- A Buckeye Abroad, or Wanderings in Europe nd the Orier.fc"'Uy Samcel S.Coxi- Third edi tion, Illustrated.- 1 vqL, 12mo:, muslin, 1,25"-;:: ( The Three Great Temptations of Young Men. . Sahuei; W. Fisher. Fourth edition. 1 vol. 12mo- maslin, 1,00. : These are capital works for family libraries. Pub lished by MOORE, WILSTACH, KEYS & CO.',': . t Mr wr w-i . ' - - v esi r ourin at vincinnati. M- W., K.- & CO. are the publishers of Bayard Taylor's Cyclopedia of Modern Travel, which is sold entirely by agents. ' ; : S. Lockwoob. - 1857. R. E. Pomeuot. L OCKWO OD TOMEBO F, . : r " Wholesale and Retail Dealers in - HATS CAPS, STRAW GOODS. Also,' Shippers - of - American Furs of every aescnpiion; ior.wnicn tney pay the.highest Market price, IN CASH. lUUlui Merchants are invited to examine oar U stock of Hats A Caps for the approaching Spring and Summer trade, which will be large, fashionable, and well selected In point of variety our stock shall not be excelled by any House in St. Louis. Our prices will be low, terms accommodating. Call and see us at our New Store. Second St. St. Joseph, Mo. wl(. , : 32-J5m, . r. BEXXETT, , i. 8. MORTON, E.H. HAKPI.NG BENNET, MORTON & HARDING. Attorneys at Law, Nebraska City, N. T., and Glenwood, la. TT7ILL practice in all the Courts of Nebraska and Vi Western Iowa. Particular attention paid to obtaining, locating Land Warrants, and collection of debts. -1 REFERENCE: ; Hon. Lewis Caiss, Detroit. " ! 1 Julius D. Morton, f Michigan; Gov. Joel A. Matteson, Springfield, 111; Gov. J. W. Grimes, Iowa City, Iowa; B. P. Fifilod, St. Louis, Mo.; Hon. Daniel O. Morton, Toledo, Ohio) P. A. Sarpy. Bellevue, Nebraska; Sedgewich s Walker, Chicago, 111; Green, Weare k Benton, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Eagle Mills. ST. JOSEPH, MO. JAMES CARGILL, Proprietor. TANUFACTUKES and keeps constantly LtJL on hand for sale, all kinds of Flour Meal, and Feed stnffs Orders solicited and promptly filled on most favctable terms. Cash paid constantly for Wheat. ; For character of Flour refer to everybody tnai ever nsea it. St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 30, 1856. vlnl3-ly Attention Lot Holders ! ! HIGHL Y I MP OR TANT i!! ALL persons who own Lots in the City of Brown ville, are here by notified, that I am now pre prepared to execute WAKKANTY DEEDS for the same, and, unless Deeds are obtained before the ex piration of six months from date, said City Lots will be sola to tne tugiett bidder, and the 'proceeds A. S. HOLLADAY, Mayor. City of Brownville, N.-T. Feb. 26 th, '57. S7-tf r Furniture. BEDSTEADS, fables, Stands, Bureaus in short, everything in the Furniture line, can bo had at HOBLITZELL k CO'S. NEBRASKA CITY HOTEL. j NEBRASKA CITY, N. T. I BARNES & BARNUM, Proprietors. rriiib commoaions Motel, situated upon 'JL Main Street, Nebraska City, will be found a de sirable resort for travellers.. Stages leave thia louse 10r.au parts ot t ae Territory. i . s,: 7 j School Kotice. A considerable amount of tuition Bills for the Term taught by Mr. M'Kinney yet remain un paid. Will those knowing themselves indebted please call on the undersigned and settle. j The present Term of School will expire in about two weeks, at which time it is hoped amounts, then aue wm De promptly paio, up. S-5y B d of Trns. Brownville, March 2 6, '56. O. F. LAKE, Brownville. "w. IL, HOOVER, Nemaha City. LAKE & HOOVER, m jm ffiJI, . . , .asp - . . ; ..;:. NOTARYS PUBLIC, Brownvillo and Xemaha City, NEBRASKA TERRITOilYlr TT71LL promptly attend to Land Agencies, Paying V V taxes, Drawing money, buying and selling ileal .j,!taie, buying and selling on Commission, Making Collections for distant dealers, and all kinds of business pertaining to their profession. 1 ' Particular attentoin will be given in filing detfara tory statements to pre-empt and procuring .War ranty Deedi from the Town authorities. Persons owning Tow; lots, residing at a distance wishing to -procure Warranty Deeds will do well to place the agency in our hands, (alw a j (presenting their Quit claim Deeds for said Lot Vithin the ex piration of six mentis, as after that time all lots not Ueeaei will be sold. -' ' - 'J Blankf always on hand. ' - .' " ' i N. 13. Ltittrs of inqnlrv answered prceptly. Mar:h 23, '57. . U SIGEKS0N'S; : NURSERY,! ST. LUUlb, JUU. . .. r JOHN, SIGERSON f BRO., f Offer for sale the comins; Spring, fiO.nno Amle Treen, 2 and 4 veara old, cm- 17.1 vjirieties. Price 25 t 40 cents. ? IS.OOfl'Veach Tree:, from 6 to 8 feet high, 63 vareities,frora23toi;e.! i . 2s500 standard Pears, embracing 43 varieties, fmrn sfl to 75 cents. ' 5,000 Dwarf Pears, embracing 33 varieties, price 6,000 Cherry Trees, 31 varietiei, 5? to 75 cents 500 Apricotsi Early Golden, Buda, Peacb Apri cots, Large Early, price 50 cents. 1,200 Quince, assorted, 25 to 50 cents. 500 Dwarf Apples, 50 " 500 White Grape Currants-.. 25 500 Black Naples " 500 Cherry Currant 500 Red Dutch Currant , 12 500 Victoria Currants 9 v 15 500 White Dutch Currants -v 4U 500 Ijirge Red Datch Cnrranta 12J " 600 English Blact V4U 2,000 Prolifie Green 12 1 000 nonrhtons Seedling 25 . 500 Warrington ttd "M . 1.C00 Sulpher 1,000 Ashton ! 500 Crown Bob do do do 25 25 25 25 500 Riflemen do 9 000 YHaw Antwaro Raspberries-. .10 1,000 Ohio Everbearing- do .... .25 2,000 Large German An.twarp do 10 J,000 Red Antwarp.f ....... 10 1,000 English Filbcrta 50 1,000 Horse Chestnuts ....50 5,000 Grape Vines, 2 to 3 years old 25 to 50 150,000 Grape Vines, 1 year old $5 $ 100 5,000 Dahlias assorted, each 25 SOOPernias, do "50 10.000 Giant Asparagus Roots..'f5 "$ 100 6,000 Tube Roses 10 2,000 Yards Pink 50cta ?yard. 2.000 Plants Victoria Rhubarb ' 50c or $40 $100 8,000 Wilmot'a Early Rod Rhubarb 12o 50 000 Strawberry Plants, 12 varieties ' .S5 to 10 per 2,0000 10.000 Shade and Ornamental Trees, embracing ' . . , Hi l T 1 n.ir T 11: vataipa, oiuck ijocust, riuiuma loipcnaiiia, Lombirdy Poplar, Silver Leaved Poplar, Linden Wood, Sweet Gum, Elm, Balsam Poplar, Allianthns, Tulip Trees, Upland Cy nrsss, Sycamore, Paper Mulberry, American Larch, Wcctwng AVillow, IJackeye, Moun tain Ash, White Birch, Red Maples, varying in price from Zo cents to $1,50, according to size. 15,000 Evergreens, embracing , . Red Cedars, pnee each 50c to $2 ' '. . ' .' White Pine 'do ; ' 50dto$l, ' Yellow Pine do 50o to $2 ' " Balsam Fir, do 50o to $1 American Arborvitaa 25c, 50c, 75c, $10. Chinese Arborvitas, 50c, $1,50, " : : . European, Savin 50c, True box 50e ' , Norway Spruce, 50c, 75c, 100t . White spruee, 51. - 12,500 Plants of Ornamental Shrubbery, embracing T,r. ":;C ,T,y .,, 1 .-in. Sftn- Rnim... 'iK.nrt.Ml. eu.. Hardy itoses, eacn sue; Monthly Roses, eaoli 50 ' : noney Socklcs, asorted, 25o,'50c $1; rt : Pk:i.Juin. tn .Of. Privet for Hedges 25c; ' Bladdacina 25c: Corcorus Japonica 25c; tuagnus 2c; liiDurnum auc; , Tamarix Africana 25 to 50c; T?;ho. Onrrlnnf 95rt fn SOi. '' Weeping Mountain Ash 1,50; ; Whita cringe Tree 1,00; ; - i. Forsrthea Olc to 1.00: . , . Cornice Dogwood Silver Striped 50c to T,00 ieuixa ocaoia ac; ieutza uracaus ouc; WeepingBireh 50c; ....-.; i - . :ii : Magnolia Acuminetta 50c; . Weeping Linden 1,50; , Dwarr iiox sue per yard; Eauonimus 50c; . Altheas, assorted, 25c to 50c. 3? Ia offering the above Stock to our customers we beg to say it is superior in growth and quality to any heretofore offered, and persons wishing a supply can avail themselves of further information, by ad dressing the undersigned at St. Louis. Catalogues furnished to all post-paid applications. Respectfully, JlmiX Sllir.liSUji a. 11.U. Oct. 25, 1858. vlnl9-ly New. Hardware Store. Sign of the Mill Saw. , J. FLAHERTY, Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in American German, English & French HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. . ST. JOSEPH, MO. IS NOW receiving and opening the largest and most varied arsortment of goods in the above line ever offered in any market west of SU Louis. My stock embraces a full and complete assortmeat of Cabinet and House Builder's Hardware, Mechan ic's tools of every description, direct froffl the most approved manufacturers; agricultural and horticul tural tools and implements, in great variety, combm ing all the recent and useful improvements for the saving of a vast amount of labor to the farming com munity, irom wnotn 1 respectrully request a careful examination of this department of my stock. I am also exclusive agent for the sale of the celebrated bt. Louis Circular Mill and Cross Cat Saws, which I will warrant, and fill all orders at ihe factary prices. Also a large assortment of Guns, Rifles and Pistols, Iron, Steel, Nails, Ac., of the best brands: in a word, my stocK is very complete, which, for its quality and price, I am determined to offer sueh inducements as will command a liberal share: of trade from this and adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing and agencies for American Hardware Manufacturers, together with a long experience in the general Hard ware trade, enables rae; not only to defy all competi tion, but has convinced me that the true principle of trade' is easli sales and small profits. , January i, isof. vtnzatf ------ NO BOOKS KEPT.'! ALL CASK.'!! A. S. HOLLADAY, WHOLESALE AKD BETAIL DEALER IX Drugs and Medicines Main Street, BroxTiiville, IT. T. ' THE undersigned respectf ully begs leave to inform the public, that he has now on hand a complete assortment of evorything, usually kept in Drug Stores, which he cflers for sale, Exclusively on a New System of , ; ., .. . : CASH AND CASH ONLY! It will be entirely foreign to this beautiful system, to "Book," "keep account," "note" "scratch" "chalk," or "remember for a. few days." Come with the "Spondulicks" ifyou want anything in the Drag line. . ; , 5 . Prescriptions Compounded at all Hours vith Accuracy and Dispatch, Remember the system I have adopted, and my pocket and your feelings will not suffer. Credit will positively not be given, unless under circumstances of peculiar destitution. ' July 12, 1856.-tl-n6tf A. S. HOLLADAY,, IPeace in Kansas! C. F. JENNINGS & CO., F0RVARD1IIG & COMMISSI! T MERCHANTS, : 1 : . White Cloud, Kansas Territory. SPECIAL attention given to Receiving and For warding Goods of every description. ALSO; "Will keep a large and complete assortment of GROCERIES AND BR Y GOODS, hardware; queensware, ! rjBOOTS,v ()- SHOES, .; . ; ' IIATSi w : -CAPS. CLOTHING, &C &Cn . At the Lowest Cost Precel . Dec, 25, 1858. Yln28-m Hexxingfe Patent Champion r . . 'HRE-PKOOF. SATES, - TT7TTII naTTs Patent Powder-Proof Locks the V Y same that were awarded sejrte Medals at the World's Fair London, 1 85 l.acd the World's Fair, New York, 1853; and are the only American Safes that were awardrd medals at the London World's Fair. These Safes are now admitted t be superior to any ever offered to the public ; and the subscribers chal lenge the World to produce sn instance of these Safes failing to preserve their contents through the hottest fires, or a tHrglar pickirg tbe lock. The subscribers and their fijenti are the only per sons authorised to make and s-jII Herring's Patent Champion Safe, with Hall's Patent Powder Proof Locks.: -- -!...-'.: - : -- : , '--I S.C.IIETlIltN-OACO. ; Grew Block, 135, 137 and 139 Water St., V and ftifcrr- St"i.w Ynrk. lyl i Mrch 5th, 1857. 33 6m TV ' TT I f3 Patent PortaMC lilill THE subscribers nave entered into' "a partnership under the firm of Reed, Holabird k Co., to manufacture the J, C. Reed, Patent PorUble Grist Mill and are now prepared to furnish Ml tnoso in want of a good Corn or Wheat Mill that for dura- bility, simplicty and economy ; excel any Jiia in tne world. On the late exhibition of the Mechanics institute in Cincinnati, a Gold Jfedal waa awarded themfor it. , It is adapted to all Grain grinding purposes ; it is superior to all others for the most extensive Merchant Mid, as it 13 for grinding the k armers feed by Horse power. The above Mills aro manufactured by tne 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: 35 in. diam., per hour 50 B. Corn, 25 Wheat, $300 250 30 u u u i 30 u 15 m 2t m 20 "13 200 20 t 16 8 " 150 As this Mill tells its own 'story, it is unnecessary to quote from our numorous recommendations, received Fresh Arrival of NEW.-G00SI! AT ROCKrORT, MO. THE subscribers would respectfully tender their thanks to their customers and the Public Gone- rally for theirliberal patronage heretofore, and solicit continuance of the same ; as they are determined to sell Goods as low if not lower than any other Housowestof St. Joseph. Having just received a large and well selected Stock of Spring and Summer Uoods; also a superior stock of family Groceries with Hardware, Glass and Quecnsware, Furniture, saddlery, iron, ac. Come one and all, For well we know; Again youH call, We'll sell so low. Of Goods the best, And profits small, Woll 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 the low prices and good oualities of our Stock, and earnestly believe all will make-by .calling and seeing for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. CAREY, J0'E8. k CO. N. B. Country Produce of all kinds taken in ex cliange at tb.9 highest prices, for Goods, June 7, '56. DANIEL ZOOK, i WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL' 4- . Oregon, Halt County, Mo. Has in Store:" ' . Puro White Lead,' Linseed Oil, , Window Glass, Putty, " . Caster Oil, 'Ex. Logwood,' Blue Stone, Alum, - Ground Ginger, -Root do, ;' ' Saint Louis Glue, J Paris Green, ' Chrome ; do, ;.j , . do . yellow, Iron Paint, ' White Zink do, ; 1 Spanish Whiting, flea JLieaa, "hite Chalk T :.i - VenitianKed, panisn Jirown, Cream of Tarter, . Tartaric' Acid, Sulpher Carb. Soda, Vinegar, Turpentine," 'V ' Sal Soda, j . 1 . Copcras, Saltpe'ter, ''' V J ' Borax, :" risqUil, Whale do ( - 1 Wright Pills, Champian's do, Jayan's 'do, Loudon's do, Radway's R. It., . Davis Pain Killer, Fahnestock's Ver., Stone's Cough Candy, Mex. Liniment, Vol. Oil do, 1 Morland's do, , - f rier7crand Bone do, r airels do, Iiouden's : dd Jays' Expt., . Iondon 8 do, McLane s Liver Pills. In addition to the above. I have the largest Stock of Druggist and Physicians bhop furniture, Chcmi cals, Surgical instruments, and Patent Mediciens ever offered for sale in this Country. ' Merchants and Physicians of Jowa, Kansas and Nebraska, are respectfully invited to give me a call. June 7, 1805. DAMhLZOOK. A. B. HOLLABIRD k CO., Machinists, Founders and ENGINE BUILDERS Troat Street, West of Emitlt, CINCINNATI, O, "T 7ould most respectfully inform their friends and v v the public generally, that they are now pre pared to execute all orders in their line, with prompt ncss. Having lately enlarged their shop and with the increased facilities they cow possess, they hope to merit a continuation of tne liberal patronage which has heretofore been extended to them. : Saw Mill Engines of every Description, Cnniu eoT,sitl of the Mh. CArrn. lar nnd Muley. Mill Gears and every defcription of 1. astmgs, warranted to bo 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 aro pre pared to work on as reasonable terms as any other shop in the country. Those in want of anything in our line, would do well to give us a call and examine our new patterns. THOMAS WILLIAMS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. BROWjSVILLIS, jn. t. , Will practice in tho Third Judicial District in Ne braska Territory, and in the Twelfth Judicial Circuit in the State of Missouri. ' 1 ' ' . . 11EFERENCES. Richard Brown, R. W. Furnas, Brownville, N. T. u . u Tippecanoe, Ohio. Oregon, Mo. Archer, N. T Dr. John McPherson, James Foster, George X. Miller, FRESH DRY GOODS. ; EEDY, JAMESON & CO., Nos. 170 'and 172 Main St., Si. Louis. WE are how in receipt of the most complete and . magnificent stock, ever offered to the Western Trade. Merchants , visiting this city are Jnvitcd to make an examination of our stock and prices. .:,-r , ; ; ; , , ; EDDY, JAMESON A CO. GBATE ROOTS. 20,000 Catawba Grape Roots, two years old, for sale. Price $5 per hundred S40 per thousand. J. M. McCCLLOCGH, , Nov. 23tf No. 20 d Main st Cincinnati. : Ready Made Clothing, EYERT VARIETY", style, quality, price, and pat tern of Ready Made Clothing, just received an! for sale cheap, by HOBLITZELL k CO. Hats and Caps. tit, LATEST styles of Hats and Caps, and of every grade and price, are offered at i t ... HOBLITZELL k CO'S. Stoves and Tinware. COOK, Parlor and Office Stoves of various pat terns; and Tin ware, at HOBLITZELL k CO'S. j Wood and Willow ware. BUCKETS, Tubs, Churns, and an endless variety of Willow ware, is for sale at HOBLITZELL k CO'S. GREAT U. S. MAIL ROUTE. ; From Nemaha Agency, in Kansas, to Vie mouth cf the Kyoway Biver, Nebraska. THIS LINE makes one trip per week, each way, stopping at the principal towns on the Missouri River. Good Hacks all the way through, and good horses and nice young men for drivers. J. B. & W. BENNET, Contractors. Dec. 19, 1S55. vln27-ly , JEW JERRY, Across The Shuto At the Head of the Island :', ABOVE BROWNVILLE, : , ; To W. S. Hali & Co.'s Saw Mill. TIE undersigned announces to the Public that he has purchased the Ferry privilege granted Jack son Peters, at the last Session of the Legislature, and is now prepared with a new and substantial boat, at all times to accommodate the public. Charges usual rates. .... i : , ' . SAMUEL McBItrDE. -March 5th, 1857. . ; ' 33 Cm IT IE A U CT.AYES i IiEE. Real Estate and -General Agency, OMAHA CITY, N. T. '. References. James Wright, Broker, - New lork, Wm. A. Woodward, Eq. " " . Hon. K. Wood, Ex-Gov. of Ohio, Cleveland, Wicks, Otic and Brownell, Bankers, . AlcottA Uorton, .' Col. Robert Campbell, Sh. Louw, James Ridgway, Esq. ' " " .' " Crawforn and Sackctt' ' : Chicago. Omaha City, Aug. 30, 1856. vlnl3-ly J1XES CARGILL. CEO. TT. CAEGILL. J. & G. TV. CARGIIX, ' FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ' AND MANUFACTURER'S AGENTS, Steamboat Landing, St. Joseph, 3lo. CONSIGNMENTS of Goods and Produce V J respeetfullv solicited, and all business entrust ed to us will be promptly and carefully attended to at the lowest rates. . References. Taylor k Shepherd, R. L. McGhee k Co., Livermore, Cooley A Co., Merchants Generally, ' St. Louis, u . m St. Joseph. 13. ESTABROOK, TJJIITED STATES District Attorney, OMAHA CITY, N. T. REQUIRED to be in attendance officially upon all the terms of tbe District and Supreme Court of the Territory, tenders his Professional services to such as need them. He flatters himself that his facilities for gaining a knowledge of the practice in each Dis trict, will enable him to give satisfaction to such as entrust their business to his care. Omaha City, June 7, 1856. Notice. ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to the firm of Noel, Lake, Emerson, k Co., will find their accounts in the hands of O. F. Lake for collec tion, and an immediate settlement is requested. Brownville, Feb. 25th, '57. 37-tf VT. II. WILLIAMS, 'WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IX STOVES & TINWARE -'i'lwOrcsoxi, IVIo., TAXES pleasure in announcing the citizens of Or gon and the public in general, that he has on hand the most extensive stock 'of Stoves and Tin ware, ever offered in this market. My stock of Tin ware is of my own manufacture, and U for sale it I Wholesale and Retail at St. Louis prices. 1 would call particular attention to my stock of COOKING STOVES, comprising the most improved patterns both Air-Tight and Premium. Among them may be found Filly's Charter Oak, tho best store now in use, the Asiatic Air-Tight, Pioneer and prizo Pre mium. Also ' ' ' Parlor & Box Stoves Of various Sizes and Patterns, which I will SELL. LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN TOWN. Particular attention paid to making and putting up Tin Gutters, in the town and country. Also, re pairing done on short notico and on reasonable terms Old copper, JJrass and l ewter taken in exchange for work or ware. W. W. WILLIAMS, vl-n5 Oregon, Mo., July 5, 1856. FRANKLIN TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY No. 1S3 Vine St., bet. Fourth, and FiU CINCINNATI, O. C. F. O'DRISCOLL & CO. "j Tanufacturers and dealers in News, Book and Job XV JL Type, Printing Presses, Cases, Gallies, Ac, Ac. Inks, and Printing Material of Every Description. STEREOTYPING of all kind Books, Music, Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, Wood Engrcvings, Ac, fc. Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles, GEO. P. LUCKIIAIIDT, WATCHMAKER yV.-r rl ffoWOllor, OREGON, HOLT COUNTY, MO. rpiAKES the liberty to inform the citizens of JL Urownville and vicinity, mat ne nas openca a WATCH, CLOCK k JEWELRY STOI1E In OrPwn.TTnlt eountv.Mo.. where he will keep con stantly on hand, and for sale, a good assortment of ho win sen extremely i0w,forCAsu. aiso, eno M of Violins, , Accordeons, Silver .and Rated Spec- d v 1 1 1 , j ir a a nii .iwoi rv w 11 14 11 tacles. Gold Pens with Gold and Silver extension cases, Silver Thimbles, Ac, Ac. He is nremred to repair Watches, Clocks and Jew elry, of every description, in the best manner and on the most reasonable terms. Every article bought in his establishment, is war ranted to be what it is represented to be. Watch re pairing warranted for one year. July 26, 1356. vl-n8tf GEO. C. FERGUSON. MILLWRIGHT AND ENGINEER BROWNVILLE, N. T. ANNOUNCES to the public, that he is prepared to erect Steam Saw and Merchant Mills at short notice and reasonable terms. !( r ALL WORK WARRANTED. He is also Agent for " A. D. IIOLLIBIRD 3c CO'S., Western Foundry. CINCINNATI, a, LEE & LEAVITT'S - Saw Manufactory CINCINNATI, O.,' And is prepared to receive and fill orders for any ma chinery manufactured or kept on hand, by these es tablishments. Letters of enquiry, promptly answered. REFFERENCES. -Noel, Lake k Co., Brownville, N. T. Steam Mill. Nuckolls A White, Rockport, Mo. 44 - James Lowe, Linden, J " - vln31y. , Brownville, June 21, 1S58. i Steam Mill Lumber. . WE take this method of informing the Public that we have just put in operation on what is known as Sonora Island, four miles above Brown ville, a first quality steam Sawmill, and aro now pre pared to saw all kinds of Lumber on short notice, and in a manner, wo are confident will give satisfac tion. We will keep a Ferry boat to run to the main shore, for free use of our customers. . ' ; W. S. HALL k CO. Boot3 and Shoes. AN unusually large stock of fine and coarse Boots and Shoes both Gentlemen and Ladies' can be seen, and purchased low, at HOBLITZELL k CO'S. JESSE JOIIN. . SURVEYOR '&. CIVIL ENGINEER. TT7ILL attend to any business In his line when V T called. I have a first rate compass, and having had many years experience, both as teacher and practical Surveyor, can give satisfaction. REnnxcau: A. L. Coat, Dr. H.wver, Wm. Hoover, also, D.Goust,W.Hobson, ani C. A. Rowlew, Sa vannah, Mo. Address JESSE JOHN, w , . Nemaha City, N. T. March 19th, 1857. , 4atf DILLON, THOMPSON & CO. Largo Frame Building Cor. Main & Rock Sts. bock roni, MO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia And Hardware, Queensware, Drugs, Hafa, Caps Boots, Shoes, Tinware, Stoves, . ' Furniture, Iron, Nails, riow?, and Farming Utensils." ' WILL have, on the opening of navigation, a large and varied accession to their nreaent Stock, which will be sold Low for Cwh. i prtsenl February 12th, 1S57. 2itf Country Prodnco ; . WANTED, and for which we allow the hi-hest Market price. HOBLITZEU, A CO Hardware, Cutlery and Iron. A LARGE asaortxaent at HOBLITZELL" k CQ'S PATENT GEAllfg ! nTOSCRIllERI,,. jl. uuu x armers ana others mt r -GRAIN SEPARATOR for particularly of the merits of tunv2 are too well known throuirhni.t .1,- . 6l; extolling ; but tho fact that tflev hiTr? and County Fair, where they?, sufficient to induce all those ia wmtlf chine, to purchase one of the?' "ili ai a practical test "iis Sfptnta, I, I with the best of those made h EDX S ! received the highest commendation 0f tV ' f the leading grigultaralista of that!'1 I have a large number of tiem oa w'11 the coming crop, made of the tx-ai nuteni ranted to do good work. n j I have made many valuable improvtm.H. i machines within tho last year, and havev in warranting them superior to any in lM I am also preparing a large nimbr r i . Improved Clover lHlif. patented in 1854, which are greatly patent of 1814, being in itilf feeder ahead of it in other respects. They j facturcd under the immediate 10, patentee, who has permanently loeatudi The above cut represents iay four dot tor," and is designed especialW for ti4 ijm!? us!." . Im also aent for McConnhk's eelebnuJ w . ER and MOWING MACnLSE,eombini J. R. MOFFITT, Piqna, Miami eowiy. Improved Little Giant CORN & COB PLAOTATI0T5ni; 2?rico Iloduoed, THE subscriber has purchased esdwirt n'rV' Territory in the TV est, of the iW, Mills, and is prepared td furnish them at a ti either wholesale cf retail, and guaranteed jj positive manner. j- , It is now more than a year since ti "Little Giant" Was introduced to the publi), during wticksj has been constantly growing in the popular fa.' The improvements recently effected and makes it the most perfect it whine tv-t oftr', ' sufficient to set one up, without nwbanifalijj when onco adjusted, it can with safety b tt',ns I 10 ooy. uu uirccuons acccmpany uea xi ? -B?IIS.3a:cZ3 2Ii2r3e No 1, $35, will grind 8 bu moa." per Lour vitllka No3 40, u : . 10 " ; 1 . No3 50, " (15 . , 1 . No 4 60, 20 - ' j . 137" Liberal discount te dealers JAMES B. CnAETO " . No. 63 Locust street, bet. 2d toi g June 23, 1858. vl-n4 'SLLjuialu Myriads of JIaclara Plants. lfC0w Bashels Maclura Seei FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TEES OVERMAN f MAX)y BloomingtoO) III., B EG leavi to announce tliat they bare, far ' scr ics of years, been engiged in the ea!:ai hedges and hedge plant, aad bavin bcenrni encouraged by the success of the Maclura U and stimulated by the immensely increasing ltum for tha material, ther hirs wivn. thn TirtMnAttM on good, new land, aoout 119 bujhcb f ! 1 seed the produce of which.il wimMted tt it. miUioui plant 1 1 whieh thev offer Itr the hpriaj trade, It would have requirvdmort than iKut o to tnpply the demand the ptrit Sprit. T& ten j for plants will be rtatonaUe.tni to dealers auJ dt-1 ci3 viuciiu'J pinuis VJ WDOiesaie, gTT;il luu'jr'.mcua will be offered. It is vorv imccrunt th oria- . j : t i it i . i ! should be sent in EARLT, as they will be rejistere and filled, in tho order ia which they are rearirwl For the last three years they have been suable supply the demand, and it is probable that but ders cannot be filled the next spring, ai the den is expected to be four time jrwttr tbaa hereiw. Hants will be securely po:ked and dclimni board the cars free of expcn.se, except forest f terial. They are also extensively engaged in imp-ris. hedge seed, which they sell on the best tens!," alwavs warrant frtik and vod ; orders fur i i should br sent in prior to th'a 15tb of Octokf wt They will be prepared to sprout seed for luchns sire it. Having several extensive nurseries, thy off'f.a wholesale and retail, a large Htock of thrifty Fr and Ornamental Trees, Vine, 1 loses, Sbrabbry.t at tho following points, to wit: . 'lImuirt.- Mound Nursery, Cantob. Ill.f Henrr. tmwA, Havana, III. AJ1 Fruit Trees warranted tobW best varieties and true to name. All M1" cheerfully given, and cataflopis and premiua oa ueugeing sent to all applicants. Jiiireu, . ' - . -- OVT2IiMAS 4 MASJ. Feb. 5, 1357. r UlaominjtoDjIlliwi1 KEBRASKA CITY - . .... CiPITiZ STOCK '550,000. Nebraska City, X. T. TniS Company under a tberal enarier, ii " fully organized, and thtieatiraeapiwl Fifty Thailand Dollar, paid in andjecored. pr ara nrf rnrpt. tmn eKTa ti mt atwh ("i''f and take risks, npon equal terms, wiia tie "j lavorca insurance Company any waere. u adopted the mutual principle, its paUons, vi incurring anyliabiJty, will sliare m thop3' theeompany. ... ' Tbe operations of the Corjpi.ny, will be eon for the present, to habis-k, r ciacoriiU"11 maximum liability of $12,500 on any onebotw Being tbe only lasuranre Oflice, on thenboftpT ular plan, West of the Missouri, it coiifclcn-J 0 pects a generous support from Western Mcrchae We respectfully invite tho Missoari Btf kronage. ' : ' ' ' ' watcroBf : ' S.F.NuckolLv Chas. F.lT.r. II. P. Dennet, J. L. Amsironi W. N. Ilincbmnn. . Miles W.Browa, A.A.Bradfwd. ' " 1 orrrcEK! CHAS.F. HOLLY, President. J.Oaxsidi,SJ- St. Louis AgentCoL W. P. Howard. April ZJ, 18i7. A CHANCE FOR RARE S THE subscriber has a variety of choice S&J which he has grown and tested the pa-' . and deems them worthy of geaerai eultivati iy . lovers of good things. Tb-isw Seed b ll f'L post paid, by mail, a package or 29 varieties, r own selection,) for $1, or a larger number in proportion; four varieties for Hi cts., or one for Q Mtili IT. 1 . r Wateb Melon Tha Vw Oransre. k crt i Bradford), liales, Pomaria. un l Premiaai. v.MtLuiu vnnsuana, ierk, Oreen, Extra Nutmcz. Morins best TII w' Netted Rind. Minora. . -McKee's Mammoth Maskffielon, Ctasi MelnB-j, CrtXMBERS Earlv Frame, Ing Wan-J, ' l" Ensrlish Uhcrkins,'Fig Totmito, Mammoth, w and Cherry Tomato, Cape Cotwbcrry. ' Sqi" ashes S weeit Potato, 15ton Marrow, ' Wooldy's Cream, Denais' S jiped. Crook " bama Golden, Whi'and Yellow Ser.IU'p. r J-- r iii 1 lit. vKxAnarewi' iTcmiata, liarru -' andot, King Philip, Shoe lVg, Stowell's Sweet, Darling's Extra Sewt, Flour, oorgno Glance or Dourah Corn. Lxtra i K" pje Peas Anvaenme. Prince Albert, May. i of England, Jaren, Queen of Dwarfs, IWJVa 15BANS Mexican Turtle ifoiii. efmore " . vi Eyed, ConuLa Kidjey,-llutpu-ian Lim u do SoL-sons, Three Foot or Asparagus, Tick Bean, Capo de Verde. Nepaul 15irley. French XiUct, HangMia" Egyptian Wheat, Poland Oar. mt Cainton Potatoo Pumpkii), Head Lcttac, - Turnirs Mock Orange, etc etc f Send currant bank bills or postage j orders cannot be filled, the wmey will b P returned free of expense; ' ' nt,;". Addr. - - L. SOJ'a March 12th '37. WIndjor. AjhUbaJ (tJ f - - . general farm use. ltisrurnisLcdreadTfortfvvJ team, and weighs as follows: ! No. 1- 223 5 2 1 No. 3, 409, o. 4, 500 poanU, . Twenty micaia!