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'Jm1'' Til K MS: nJr,if paid ir.tavjiT.ci!, ,V1 , ' i the end nf 6 cii.r.a, - ' . " " " 12 s t-a ., 0f u or rmr aill be furnished at J 5 J ptr 'irm. fwldci U.e ca aownpauc tie c;-.', feci crise. .. .. TkorirCi' ciLBrr.T. rrrjn rg a t'j i,ei .! IVfwt LettT, K.ic Trrr;-U, CL.o. I ... parvik, Kcneral A';vrrt;nr Arer.t,ia rnr cf Tort, Lack's and CU..irc-u' Le iiore.U Wt-tl .h Sireet, CI Kicn!i. ..scut OWES i. Co, No lis k: if.Z, I roadway, Tori.. -Eg1f iris:, American Canadean KarTfin erUini subscription trace, No in 3 N.u.-.:.u s-rct! TkpCi:trcr, Northwest corner cf Olive arJ - n ScHlTPX, CS, Dearborn gtrc-c-f. thi-"s,-"v, Trt iothorlzod ftKentg to ilkit fbscri. t;.ris and tlicmcnt for the Advertiser, ...r.Ireccn e and receipt ; pocirt tberefjr. , renirtctt la this Terri?rr, c-mlns from Tgriotts fntol tli Suits, ot'.cn tr-ctto tse tr.e r.amc of ' intbeircll bc iirh bo t !.: i.o would b.KU.e Viohorile:ii td.ey cot. Wc a c r of tl.e "Ai , We alwavet.d ; rnrirti r-. : y, a:. I reru,r:g .Ivirir. HJ coLiiJtr it a t U.:.U r. to t cc r:.c a rev u j ittbteriher. IrLk ll city, A. c :.: eft!. :.! to ci cr can t! the: ;:riL ii U tl Ulii.w i , i I. v . u i J I Is now ready fcr dclircry. Subscribers can Lave their 1 c'.s by calling at this cl7.ee, which we hepe they will do without delay. "V::in::AS crfioallri Las tern mala to tba I'lvls-i Court t.f "cmilij coaiitj, ICclri Ten- a r.C'w" I t rr, i r the fit t.u 'icrit (f a Otnetil JUr.;..-.itra- t t'T to tba I-'s'i. tf c f Mrrf ri'ri lata c i casa -1? tjr. .'?ca-3'. r.-. i.lco h l.crcij iriroa to c" v .o:i it "t nay'on'crnt t!i.nt iLa-elaj t'ao 4:h of Aa.rnit, i A. w. liif, is !!- i2j ft ?. ,r nrjnnrg o: f.iU ep- j .L'i.t;on tit r.y -...ce in i'r a gvi!'.c, in lail ccr.cr. when and w:.-.re til f':r?;r3 irtcrfsU-J are rc' itil la -'-rcr era thr.yy co 't-t . tilra li.-.-t: .. n!i:Vli r.: iearjttJ s ? .i.fAd'i';:!?t'stcr. i r;a nr;,i jr n.j-tr.i at ( .f'.cs iW-.t '221 lj of Jsilc 1 il. J. WHITNEY, . 1'toVate Jb Jg". job "vo::i:. inIi, Erouie. Card, fcc, lua'.e tj U.e "AJvpr l"Offlce vec!avmtobeat!'! tj turn out Jul. V,'o;k ia ner rnaarpj-S It aty of. -e. Tt.ejr.-T r'fortong 'ii'cal primer blmeelf, fcanr.?in eiajicyaa ' rno'lUfiwl andexjnence3 rar.cy Pr.ntrr, is de nd not to be cot-dorie in U, c ry.ccv, Hon of Job Work, ftavin oe- of Foster'a !atf-t ir-rrcvrl Card J. KaBia.o5' In Colors, JCroi.ie Woik, ic; will tVit particular attention. rarraatcd to iiia:acil.-Jn or no pay. ' j. je Nebraska Adrertlssr bavins ichthelarffiist circuJatici cf cnrY&per ia tf Territory, "VTTiolesale IlercLr-nts in t. ali, Et. Joseph, Gincinncti and ether Hrst a markets where Nebraska rnercharts rur ite. will Cn:i no tetter adTertkicz mcdiura , lii Westeni country Q"" Delinquent subscribers failing to ceive the Jldvcrtiscrgllcr this cumber, '3 understand the reason we're "turn- lover ihenev leaf," you "read about.'' earned. We are pleased to meet again our leenied fellow townsman, Hon. R. jcwy, who has just returned from a t through Kansas and Texas, llr. B. t close cbserrer, and we are leased to :,ow that m all Lis travels, be Las found o couttry to suit him better than Nebras a. 'We are not prepared to spare such ea. We think lur. Erown will be con--A to settle down ia Nemaha county and ke it his home for the future. Rcr. A. S. Billixgsly, who Las been s attendance at the General Synod cf e Presbyterian Church at Indianapolis, 2iuna, Las just returned to bis charge , this city. " He reports the deliberations have been pleasant ; and the condition ! the churches throughout the land pros reus. D. J. Tahtix U Co., Lave tern cut th; entire front cf their ftcre build irj and are Laving it fitted up with a a cpn front largo thow windev;-, a la Te-.v Ycrk St. Louis, Lc. Kvery thing abcutlLis new Louse indicates energy, .cn'.crpnse and prosper:;. i J. o. :;ic::c During our absence last week we Lad the pleasure cf forming the acquaintance and traveling in company with J. O. NiCKrEso.x, IZzq., editor cf hc Firii cf tht JVest.' AVe were pleased to find hira an intelligent sociable gentleman; "right en the main question doyn on "toady ism," "pap-fed" and pseudo "organism !" NEW AURAInGEMENT. 7 r T T T. T"1 r. tt ft rr-rr ij. i-t jj 1j jli i. t; 1 fc I 1 A 4 j , Ai-nou'-rp to tie public that the-y lun-e ipntiy pr BROWVILLE, NEBRASKA, knii?rn the B:-ov.rmlle Kouse, and are nov prepared io entertain una afc.viiitnx;,ito travellers, si.jourcers aad day boarders in a f ;y ie 'tond tu no other liaise hi tat won. i-.very eis,rt will r. maae to entertin, please aiiil nukeccmtorta'Dleall wU- niay fvor tt:iBrowcvi!le iione witn ttieir patroi-jge. "lodv itb t e su:j--tanti:ils ar.d delwaae r f tie seisoii, day, and country ia vrLith we areiocatei. win a:al! tinsbesr o : cancr St. Ilary. We are under obligation to CiiARtror ilisbcrt, clerk ,of the Steamer St, 'ary, for a "complimentry" passage ?ard the "good steamer S.t. Slary;" and 3 are free to say, without any intention "soft soap," that they who travel cn e St. Mary, especially under charge of jt. WzAvra and clerk Salisbury will re no cause to regret so doing. Every ing is ia "apple pie" order; the beds rtaandfcft; the table unsurpassed, and e julips, coblers, punches and cocktails : freshing and inspiring. We saypntron c the "regular line," cf which we may y more hereafter. rclt and Ornr.nicntal Trees. Mr. Lewis, agent fcr A. Fahne slock : Sons Toledo, O., Nurseries, is now in lis county soliciting orders fcr a fall de Tery cf Fruit and Ornamental Trees, hrabs, fee. Now is a favorable time to 'ocure any desirable article in that line, nd we Lope our citizens will not fail lo -nbrace the opportunity to supply them Jvcs. A few dollars thus expended soon rows into hundreds. J.Ir. Lewis will teive orders and ia the fall bring cn for lircry, so that these purchasing run no sk cf loss by transportation, and if the -tide delivered is not as agreed upca the -rchaser is not cut anything. We need -t; enumerate here; J.Ir. L. will be "ouad with catalogues, embracing almost "crything ia their line. We speak fcr a a liberal patronage in the counties cf "ecaha, Richardson, " Pawnee, Gage, IfiJ and Jchnson. Jcstcrn Spy. We are in receipt cf No. 1, Vol. 1, of fieskm S;yt hailing from Sumner, asaj, Barter & McBride Editors and '-liishers. We are pleased to know IcEriee is "himself again." San has 1 cne time heretofore occupied a promi cat position as a journalist, and we know e ill pardon us when we say that "the '2mcn strong drink" had brought him to. We are pleased to know he Las ;Cterained to again "be a man." Our Mc. "Be steadfast and imcvable, -.rays abounding in good works" and ::'ay success crown your efforts, is the ;acere wish cf a fellow "typo." I lie EellcTiic llcr.se, At bellevue, N. T., by Mr. Gow, and under the special charge of Mr. Alleit, is a No. 1 stopping place. Abetter table we Lave not set down to in many a day. Hen: den. The flemdon House at Omaha Rim aedso!? h Judsox, Proprietors, is cne.cf the places where the "weary find rest" and the "hungry are fed." This is tht most extensive Hotel in the West, and is kept in a sty! 3 unsurpassed anywhere. In-a-ell fitted c", and suj plied with the choicest lftiuors Jrrjituenienti have been mada wiili Vm. Bossell, pro- prinoror ine uiry Livery btubie, who is prepared with asj'tcl iK-ctur.rna :atiors aa cn be found anywhere. xr. E.. alio keeps an excellent Lifery Stable for the accctaciocauou 01 thepuluc. . WESELER & nAixnr. Apr;net, 13, 40-ly FOU2STD. A ME3I0RAKDCM BOOK, wtich the owner cm hare bj calling at this o3ca, describing and pejiag oirtaid aaveriisemeni. Found. A X0TE of band, calling for over one htinlred dollirs, which owner can have- by calling at this otiu eacd paying for this advertisement. cvvi mm mm mm a To the gentlemanly Clerks cf the Han nibal c St. Joseph Rail Road line of Packets, and the Daily St. Louis line for repeated favors, in furnishing us papers in advance cf tho nails. By their kind ness we receive St. Lcuis papers the nest day after publication. . Xctliing Xctt. Some people seek notoriety in one way, and some in another ; some by contro versy ; and seme by crying "persecution." We Lave known even Editors to pursue this course. Tlie Circus Is Comli:?. Davis : Ckoseie's Circus company will give three entertainment in this City ca July 4th, Won't there be a turn out cn that occasion ?" New, we reckea there will. The CUy Ealiery. We acknowledge the receipt from Comfort &, Tice, cf the City Bakery, of a most superb pound cake. . It was gotten up in Bill's best style, and would satisfy the cravings cf the most fastidious appe tite. Thcso desiring anything in .their line can find it always in hand. They merit a handsome patronage,' and we hope will receive it. "Ecr.rJ ta L'C s Eutclicr," c. Case ci Mastersox are again in the fresh meat trade at the old stand on Water street. They are old Lands, and understand the business. We now have two regular meat markets.- Besides the above named, West h Lake hold forth oa Main street. ere Corn. The Peerless lock 1000 sacks cf corn from this place cn Tuesday ; and yester day the Emma took 7000 sacks.' Enffiilo Runt. A number cf persons hereabouts have been talking each fall, the past three years, of taking a Buffalo Hunt ; but have never gone. Let us make the arrangements and go this fall. What do you t;ay ? . A. D Jiii."ry When we say that the cTiccrs cf this beat understand their business we "speak frem the book." I upca cur table. The great "Widow edott" story is ia this number. This is best story every written by this cele 'ed authress, and those who have 3cS"?d ever the bock will again have kir risables excited. "Aunt Sophia" pays, another cf her :eIigbtful visits. irr's Home Ilegazlnc , . Fcr July, we Lave received. We Lave cen accustomed to lock with interest for he Rjcr.thly visits cf "Arthur;" Its con 'ts aKrays infuses, into C:? mind cf the rder higher aims Li life than mere sel 1?h STtiincatiori, It thould be a perma fittwitc, b every hwise in the land." Capt. Godci.v has taken the New Hotel at Nebraska City, known as the Mortox House. To. those acquainted with the Captain, the House need no further rcccmmcn 'alien public to know who k than for the Col. TTn. ILcnr.iCn. We had the pleasure yesterday of forming the acquaintance cf Col. Wm. Thomfsox, of St. Joseph. He "passed up ca the Campbell; is taking a short trip for the benefit of his health. He has, on account cf ill health, vacated the chair editorial cf tho St. Joseph Gazette, and purposes making a visit to Europe. We trust he may be successful in regain ing his health. The Gazette readers will miss. Lis able editorials. Senator Slidcll Lusleen appointed Minister-to France, and hr-s accepted the mission. The River is in most excellent boating order. MORRISON & SMITH, ANNOUNCE to the public that they haY opened a Billiard Boom and Saloon in tte old ICetnahc Valley Hank Building, BrownviUe, Nebraska, where lovers of the lnterestir.3 j:anie or Bil 'is -cs car. be aco.-mmolattid in a styls, they trust will be a;itilctcry to all who any patronize them. Our Liquors, rc and of the choicest brands. Tippecanoe Ale Are all pure and of the choicest brands. The famous The best rvudc is kej t 009s tantly onh.mlat this es Utlislimei.t. R. MOliniSOX, r.oPJ-ly J. Q. A. SvMlTH. ' Ti:il underskned, desiring to 6tart about thelOth of September for Texas, will sell either for cash in hand or jpori a short time to C;od men : One Dwelling House In the City of BrownviUe with Two L-:ts enclosed, a good Sat dem and outhouses up-m the premif ct. Two Good Vacant Lots in BrownviUe situated near the levee and convenient for business purposes. 123 Acres of Land in Nemaha county near the Missouri river; well timbered and watered. One half of an Original Share (equal to CO lots) in the Town of Arpinwsll. JCine Lota in ".McLennan's addition" to Nebraska City, neir Xebrasta City wharf. Tie undersigned finds the fiscal department cf his affairs in a very embarrassing condition. It those who are indebted to him will please to come forward and pay tholr little notes and accounts, he wall take it as a creat kindness tijxm their part, aid will be happy to present each of them with a slight token of bin hiyja regard, in tho form of a small receipt, Deatly written, with his autograph appended thereto. D. Ia ilcGAKT. M;ty 19 n47-tf SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GOTO mi. T. DEN. P AUB SOI DIM, Wholesale and Retail iea'er In BOOTS AND SHOES. Brcwnvillcj JV". T. HAS NOW ON HAND a larpeandwcil select f" : 1 cd stock cf Boots and Shoeti, Lady'x andGent.'a . ' Gaitorg and Slippers of overy variety; also, i'iMisfcs and Chiblrena shoos of every kind that I will e!l cheaper for Cash or Produce thin any other bouo west of St. Louis. All wort warraoted j orders respectfully solicited. Tho nigbest. Cah prica paid for Hides, FClts sr!fl ftirs, at taa City Boot and Shoe Store. Cut Leather kept for sale BrownYille,Jnnc2d, '09. n49jf- 1 1 t' j f 1 J -. J SEIGEL k GREENBAUH, Main Street, Broivnvilk, 2cbrasha Eaveju3t received per steamer White Cloud a Comuleto 'Otock iii' AUiiiOiiri'i'.j - i. a No. C37.J ' r. r. .1 w.3 O F Which they will Fell for c?.t h a sha le cheaper than has ever before been offered in this market. March 3I.JS5S ii40 T. H. EDWAED3. .A. J. BE3EV. EDWARDS & 33ERIIY, Proprietors cf tho 4 ICnOTTXTIIiliE, T. T. THIS HOTEL has lately been entirely reStfeJ and the rrojirietori ctn now assttrs the public that tbey will meet with erorj convenience and comfort usually found at a first class hotel. Mr. Berry, the Jr.. partner was formerly connected vhhthe same house, and tns had lare experience ia the hotel busiDC-33 ia tl e East. . j:DWARD3 & TJErJtY. CrownTille, Jcr.e 13lh,lS59. 51-6m G. 11. triLCOX. T. TT. EEDFOUD EX CHANGE OEPICE OF V7XLCOH a BUDITOHB EEALIIHS I LAND WARRANTS AXD kasti:i::v kxciiasge. Land Wahbasts Lo.ixrD on Time Ar.d locnted after the Laud Sales for distant parties. All land warrants gold by racwi'l be guaranteed perfect la all respects, and ex: hanged if t und dtfeciive. Prcwnviile, X. T., May SG, 1S5J. &o 11 THE Merciiitile rra of Crane Hill as hereto fore existinc; is this day disolccd by in a tu.il con tent. Thee Jore Hill harins jmroLnsed tie entire interest of Merchand.se, Notes and Accotint of J na.9 CB3, tho books and account of tho Erm-ieraia ct the old Eland, No. 17' Main Street, ia charge cf "r. Theodore Hill who will adjust all unsettled boiiaess of said rra. . JONAS CRASE, TIILOPOIiE mi&S rrownrille, Juae 13th, , 51 -tf Iap--rv.r.-ec-f 1-, I, 3 AXIS ITCH A NAN, ?rf-!- 3ent vf !'.. ' I ..Ui. 1 ." of Actli. cj Liic'y -5 and r;.e Uua il .1 public falcs will be fce.lut t-c u;..!erLar::'i.,r.i.-l las. J o.' ;..;os in theTsrrltortol wtras&s, at the pet iods l;ere:nafter tie jinatcd, to wit: At the laid fib: at arownviip, corjin:fr.;lr j c Monday, the t u tth day of Aw?ut i.e::t, fr the c! jp.'Sil of the public lands withia the fl lowing named towa Fhlps, iz: XoTlh cfthe Lcse Lin' trni Ecu cf tte SUti cf the' Meridian. The pjsrt of township 5, oittsi la of t'je Sac and F02 ar.l reservation, cf rai.ee 17. The parts of town.-h;;.s I, 2, n.anli otts.Ma of the Sac sad Fox and l.iir-bretd Nebula re-trvatioc aid frac tional tea !,.-!.; rs 3 and C. of ra'irolS. The part t f townh:p 1 outoide of ti e Sac sVd F.-x re ervati'.,n; town.-hip2; the pans ot touTThips 3, 4, and 5 outside of the ha'Nbrced Nemaha resertatiou; an 3 f rxctiuual township S, of range 15. The part of town.hip I outside of the Sac a l r-i resen-ation; townships 2, 3, and 4; the part of tov; .-: p 9 cut.ide of the haif-Wet-d Nemaha icservatk-a ; r.d township 6, of rai;?e 15. . Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, f ranse 13. Townships 1, 2. 3, 4, 5 and fe, tt rau?a 11. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and C, of ran;:e 15. Township 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, cf raiigo 13. At the land office at BrownviUe, commencirjrori iT. n 6T, the Cth day of eptember Best, fcr the d;sp js,il uf the public lands within the following named townshij-s, li : Xorth of lit Bdse Line end East cf Ike Sixth rrincipa? Meridian. Townships I, 2, S, 4, 6, and 6, of range 9. The parts of towuhpa I and 2 outside of the Indian reservation; nnd Jwnhips 3, 4, 5 and (i. of raie S. The part of township 2 ontside of the IndUn reserva tion; and town.-hips 3, 4, 6 and 6, of raogc7 The part it to'vusblp 2 outside cf tho Indian reserva tion; ud townships 3, 4, 5 and 6, of ranee 6 The part of tcrvnf h'p 2 outside of tte Indian reserva tion; and townships 3, 4, 6 and 6, of range S .The parts of township 1 and 2 outside of tho Indian reservition; arid townships 3, 4, 5 and 9 of fatja At the land office at Nebraska City, commencing on Monday the first day of August, for the disposal of the public lands within the following named townships, tu; North of the Rue Line and Edit cf (he Sixth Principal Meridian ' Fractional township 7 of range 15 Fractional towhships7and 8-cf ran?e 15 Township 7; aiid fractional township 8, 9, 13, 11 and 12 of rnpe 14 Townships 7,8, 9, 10, 11 and: 12; and fractional town ship 13 of rans;el3 Townships?, 8, 9, 10 and 11; and fractional township 12 and 13 of ranjrp 12 Townships 7, 8, 9, 10 and II; and fractional township 12 of ranpe 11 Townships 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11; and fractional townships 12, 13 and li of ramre 10 . Tcunshipa 7, S, 9, 10, 11, 12 nd 13: and fractional townships 1 1, 15 and IS of range 9 At the la id ofTlce at Nebraska City, commencing on Monday the twenty-ninth day cf August next, for the disposal of the public lands within tte following named townships, viz: North of the Bane Line and East of the Sixth Ttincipat Meridian ' Townships7, S, 9, 10,11. 12, 13,14, 15andl6; and frac tional township 17 of range 8 Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,13, 14,13 and 16; fraction al township 17 of ranjre 7 , Townships 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 of range 8, At the land office at Omaha City, conrmencing on Tues day the flft'i day of July next, for the disposal of the public lands within the following named townships vix: North of tht: Base Lint nnd Eat of the Sixth Principal . jsiertaian-' Fractional townships 13, 14, 15 and 16 of range 14 Fractional townships 13, 14, 15, 18 and 17 of ranee 13 Fractional wnsbiys 12 and 13; townships 11, 15. 1$ and 17; and fractional townships 13, 13. 20, 21 and 22 cf ranee 13 Fractional township 12; townships 13. 14.15.13, 17 and 18; and fractional townships 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 of range 11 Fractional townships 12, 13 and 14; townships 13, 16, it, 13, 1?, ii,a and 123 ot range 10 At the land office at OmahaCity, commencing on Jlon day the twenty-fifth day ot July next, for the disjmsal of thepublic lauds within the following named townships vix : - North of the Hate Lint andEatiofthe Sixth Princ ''pa jucruiian Fractional township 14. 15 and 161 townships 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 of range 9 Fractional townships IS and 17;. and. townships IS, 19, 20, and 21 of range 8 Fractional townbhip 17: and townships 13, 19, 20 and 21 of range 7 Fractional township 17 and townships 13, 13, 20 and 21 of ranso 6 Fractional township1 17; and townships 13, 19, 20 and iEl or ranjie 0 Fractional township 17: and townships 13, 19, 20 and of range 4 At the land office at Paltota, commencing on Monday the eighteenth d3y of July next, fur tho dispossll of the public lands within the following named townships vix : North of the Base Line end East of the Sixth Principal ALe.na.ian Fractional township 27 of ranpe 10 The parts of townships24 and 27 out'ide of the Indian reservation; andfractional townships 28 and 29 of range9 The part of township 27 outside of the Indian reserva tion; township 28; and fractional townships 29 and 30, of nmee 8 The part of townshrp 27 onlside of the Indian reserva tion? townships 23 and 29; and fractional townships 23 and 23; andfractional township 30 of range? The part of township 27 outside of the Indian reserva tion; townships 23 and 2?; andfractional townships SO and 31 of range 6 . , Lands appropriated by law for the tse of schools, In dian, military and other purposes, will be excluded from the"sale. ... The offering of the above lands will be commenced cn the days appointed, and will proceed in theorder in which they are advertised until the whole fhall have been offered, and the sales thus closed but no sale shall be keot cotm loneer than two weeks, and no nrl irate entrv of any of the lands will be admitted nntil after the ex piration of the two weeSs. h divert Under in? band, at the City of 'Washington, this 22d day of March, Anno Domini, one thousand eight hundred and flfty-ninei - JAME3 BUCHANAN. By the President: Tfios. A. nsxtfitfcK, Commissioner or the General Land Office. ?oIce to Frc-Eaiplioa Claimants Every person entitled to the rishtof pre-emption to any of the lands within the townships and parts of town ships above enumerated, is required to establish the same to the satisfaction of the Register and Beceivcr of tbe proper land ofllce, and make piymenl therefor as soon as practicable after seeing tbis notice, and before t?ie day appointed f'r the commencement of thepublic aie of the land embracing the tract claimed otherwise such claim will be forfeited. Thos. A. Hesdricks, Commissioner of the Gen'l Land Office." Note. Under the regulations of the department, as heretofore and now existing.no payment can be made for advertising proclamations except to snch pablishers as are specially authorised to publiaH by the Commis sioner cf tho General Land office.- I jcrir.') Regular St. Joseph, and cl-lL-is Omaha Packet. ST. MAKY, BLT WEAVEH, Master, CHAT. SALISBURY. WILL leave St. Joseph, every Sunday morning all o'clock, AM; (tho connecting Rail ttnad Train having reached St. Joseph 1 1 r'clock P M ;) for Boston, Iowa Fuint, Forest City, Whito Cloud, Bulo, Winnebago, Atst", St. MopbenR, BROWN VILLE, Son.-.ra, Linden, Nebraska C'ty, Sock Bluff, Bethlehem, Piattsmoath, Pacific Ci'o', St. Marys, Bellevue, Council Bluff, and Omaha. ; . Coming upv-arrives at Rrownville cn Mondays, at 5 o'clock; 'A. M. Goinj down leaves Brownvill6-cn Wednesdays 4 o'clock, P. M. , . Take passencers thrnnch to StJ Lonis in 43 houri via Hannibal and St. Joseph R. B. Tickets for gale on the boat for all points East, North and South. CKANE 4t HILL, Agents, no45-tf BrownviUe, X. T. iFSlh Regular St. Joseph, and Om ika Packet. WILLIAL1 OALIPBELL, WM GRAY, Master. J A STEVENS, Clerk. WILL leave St. Joseph every Wednesday morning at 1 o'clock, AM; (the cjmnertin? Rail Road Train having reached St. Josei h 11PM.) for Boston, Iowa Point, Forest City, White Cloud, Ralo, Winnebago.Arago. St. Stephens, BROWN VILLS, Sonora, Linden. Nebraska City, Reck Biuff, Bethlehhem, Plattsmouth, FacincCity, St.Marys, Eollvue, Conucil Bluff and Omaha. Coming up arrives at Brownvilb cn Thursdays, at o o'clock, A. M. Gcir: down leaves EroTiville cn Saturdays 4 o'clock. P. M. ' Take passensrers throrh to St. Loilis in 43 hours via nannibal & St Joseph U It Tickets for gale cn the boat for all points East, North and South. CHANS & HILL. Agent", no45-tf BrownviUe, N, T. Land Warrants, ;?or Caali rtxrei oxx ixrio We ro prepared to loan Land Warrants of all sizes to settlers -n nuch time as they may deire long or short at the usual ra'es. A consUHt supply of Warrants will be tcpt rn hand for sale as cheap as they can be bought eisewhere ia town. Bt:y of regular dealers and beware of bogas warrants. All warrants Bold by v.s will be -guaranteed to bs genuine ia every respect and will be exchanged if de fective. ' ii'icg pe'Eently located in BrownviUe, we can .! way Lc fo-md at the old naud a few doors east of ths Eru-vvilie House. LCSTIBAUGH & CARSON, Banters, and Dealers in Land Warrants. EISSOLUTIOXT TIIR Copartnership heretofore existing I.eiTveen the cn'erslgr.ed rn tSr mercsntile bnsircs In the City of Br'Tjviita ti3 tMs ii? Seen tfl.'aolvcd by nnrv.ai con- isnt. J 3. McALLTIFR, J JN'J. A. PON2.. .A. - . J 1 .'' -- i i J 1 ' v j A M5 ,r!lii 4- tJU.ii. xj.. I'D,!!, wj; -j i.e and retail r j:ALr.?. in Bll0YmrJLE 11 T. V.iri-x cs'j-.i:l.ol Myself at tie eld statij rxet- !7"""JUIIN McPIIERSON,- IT d !? r, -t J-"rlr;2 ei:-2 rcvtvln,; fr :xlx) tr it lis AND rilST AS ROUTED STOC1IS XERC HA 1ST ID I S E Ever Brought in this Territory . JIa l.a:i an etfn5Ive and varied 5o:tCtni tf DRY GOODS, ALSO A Large. Stock of Choice Family u,i 4 I i ..... . I i JioIcs:tic ami ilouul. ODORE HIi T 7-717; . jY'j irt : ! -n -a. W j t Axw -J 1.J ) Has just received per stca:n;r3 S City, Ryhnd.Asi Vdps, ar.l Uiiulvi .l .Ail X. j.;!,;, n, 'ir $ C 'M,, f . - sMMg! m all ft f iUF thm .n ) cr co.NsiSTiNO cr 4 , - . -v Gr And a fine assortment cf .LIGHT GROCERIES Such as Srice, Peppers, coca, Salaratus, Girger, Allspice, He ha's also' on hand a large I;! cf mm m mJ mm n tmm A mm BEDSTEADS, TABLES, CHAIRS, ! DESKS, BUREAUS, 4'C, 4 C ALSO, A well selected Stock of Q TIE E US WA RE, -IIA.TS & CAJPS, Booto and Dlioes, SPRING GO WHICH IS THE LARGEST EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET. CONSISTING OF .-a ri L "' Ll 1 ; 4 " ... n ' -it.'. - mm r r i Iron, He pledges his customers to sell as cheap as any other house m the city, and that his goods in quality and style shall be unsurpassed. HEAVY SHIPMENT OP 6 2 0 CSEISG, . r. fissixcs, BXS. CRII.E8. J, R JEMIN7GS & CO, if 1 l. , n I ,- - I ' V - 1 l ! - ? ... l .1 LS s y i i n PRODUCE AND COMMISSION Comer of Second and Francis Stress , The Senior partner of this Honje is now ttlow mak ing heavy shipm-;at3 of Colieo, lolanile:, lour, Crc, M A Isrje portion of which will arrive In a ftrv days cn Steamers Carrier and Asa Vv'Ukus. Ilsvinz made arranscmcnt with one of tho bestMIIU of St. Louis for weeily suppliea of Choice Brands cf Flcrr, They will be able to offer to retailers and consnmeTS, at all times, the Tr'T Pfiqf I?o"!P i Wf LkJi5v a1 lU ill At the very lowest prices, i.t t j .... .as l tmJL jt.i.K 1 1 (.1 i tt.iia They have alsion the way from the Eastern Cities a large and choice selection cf TEAS. FIIESH rHUITS, QUEENS WARE, GLASS W .A. R E, HARDWARE ft CUTLERY, Iron and ITr.il:; Glr..r:r,7ard, Fiirnitiirc, -a "I . "Pin- . f " " -- m r f "i a- m - S ! i . v i ,., ' i - 1 : a.-"..- : 1 1 i i-i tirh. i i f J I i iflhi J: I Outlitcinrj Gcdiib Foa the GOLD MIKES, Cordage, Camp Hit, etc etc. -7 r WOODEN VtrARE, CORDAGE, And every Article appertaining to tho Grocery line. All of which has been bet at tho Lowest Casli Prices, And they p'edo themselves to fell them a" low a? any House in North Misonrt. They recj;ectfuliy Kdlt.t a crntinnance l the p-.itronsa of their customers asi the community generally. J. T. JENNINGS & CO. St. Joo;h, Feb. 15, '53 5o-l:n nv, Oilice cf American Bank Ncte C: i ) J .J-l.a 1.,. .) I f ,.J' a.a9. t . - -. ', - -t C.-rr-or o It-indolpb nnd Iear,rn strtets, 0 lf a , ? T a .'f. 4. iuJ. ''M WJ JlataJ We-'Jlnsant Tiitiv ? Card?, E:cr rtas, 01 e Seals, Notary Pu, lij'a Die ar .l Frc-.:-cs, Drafts. It roici, ar-d Labels of evrrr ki"vl yromptly exrculel a :d sent r.y Expross. yi. J'c.l'v cf the very bat chzed or Lris tol Can'-t v;'i naise fur ttetrdoUart. bg a new and beautiful proics ieilhout cost of p'.ite, tc-ial to the very choicct nntavlA't, t&nffct il'hat required on, rctrjtion cf pat $tzTfi. e-JJGly LAD iESi Call and Eiiambo his SUPERIOR STOCK w or jno'ffl Of the Very LATEST STYLES. At the Old Stand cf - - . ata f Comer of rJcinanJ First Strcc.i, BROWNVILLE, N. T. WH ARE NOW receive; per steamers Sioux City, E. 31. Ryland, and Asa WiJgu3, car Which is LARGE and CO:.?LETr. TP E wori.D Sj.y totothoe! eclnx ca t; r'ir well as ;hose who remain at ijra ivc uo c Call, -S-d latisfy yourselves tlatwe tire t:. Ar.l are geliin; theni ouTFito Fc.i ts:- Wc are prepared to fit cut thou jjinj to tit ITebrasIia Gold Ilinc:, With EVERYTHING r.ey tn:V d:ir. ' The experience he have had in trade in (hit city v:arrarJs hii.i i:i s.vjinj he is cCT.fdcnt ENTIRE SATISFACTION. To his old Customers in NEMAHA, RICAIIRDSON, PAWNEE, GAGE, CLAY, AND JOHNSON COUNTIES, Hi returns thanks fcr pa it, nr..! h:p? fcr, cot ciily a continuance,-lu.t i:;;:ta-.id pa April 1st. nlO TO OUR 0ED CUSTOMERS We'estind art invitat'eni cnt.r. tbe'.r p.'rjts:". Wehi!l psnn.ip?nsto sii-ry, and f tv taj;:i.'t them, and ail othera who may ta p'.eaed to f-HL J.Vr SXATUNH OU?. STCCX. OUU TERMS AHE CASH. ITer.ce we shall id.; t iv.f.a "V7- "(7" ?-rr prf Coniiln" Proil-jrr, at .'arlici rriccs,ta:;cn In I'.xclia: ;c r-r Cud,: :. D. J. r.iARTIN 5: CO. ErojrsTir.oA'riil lstl?;j. -Sj-tj- a a,, y a..,,.. v d l v;rc.l i:r t'... j Citv orat I'eru, 1 t .'. . --rs j-aj tie Litest -irkj; ji i ic.i-b. P.J, MAr.TI.'w'i C. E r siTTiTi:: , Feb. 1 ! th , 5 3. 2 . : A r . I ; 5