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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1858)
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rl'ni:.ri.-ru'iurpae'lby any. rrioe. The proprietor being
P-a-li.a: printer Mto-ef . and l.avim; in hi- iil'l
....: i-hed and experience.' K,t,.tJ,, ITiri.or. . de
tcrm.ii. d not t.. be oiil-doiio m .! ex -' J'
Card. .h.i.. on. f-'''--r,Vl,'r-Vw'rkTc-V1
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ippi with l.arlicu'ar aiU-ni'""- .,,.i
Order, from . d M.nrr ..u I I,K, attended to.
t.J warranted u, p. rai -." n" il-T;
Wofju.!.: ,,i,.MiM' M.t..f Wanks f every
4,lffir,l,, i,ct: ex.--..t-l .,ti ni.p .U..iutial paper;
... I r- p-epared I., li.l !. at moment;. I"'"';'' and
r,i't a.- .la:p.-f .mmII map "f South Platte.
Kp! r-k f-r priP.t.i.i- ciiniioii -.ed envoi. .j.es, with any
4P,rr ! ! tMW 'ard atta, hi-J. orders (. -holed.
v A 1T.01LA..IATI0X.
y.inutirr D partment. JVrti. 7Vr.
AuituM 14' h, lv'S.
Whcrea. (treat i.f M-I..H and uni ertaiiitj. characterize
the px.-tiiic U tin- Territory, aii.l horpa- they aro
a. i. tin ni .-. ui'liP... h ..tt.iT th.it rca-.nahlo fears are
ntprtaiii-'l thai there is let thai ample Miurity l" life
i,l property that sh- -r.hl ho irnai au'i.-l to .very, mien
of the Territory; at.-l where. ... under i!.!- . ..i.tli. t of
. tnu 'a ill.'..- f.v iit.ta'.i-.ll ii.ut. irai.
Wliprpa., ii..lhit,ir ! -I--0'!' . JU'l.. i-ii- ati.l :!:' ' " '"
ttltipa.ti..i. ai. to:.-,. iotho-p .-MS. in- tl.ii. ron
iH i,o.o.-..rvt ... i.wn. il.o l.oti-!atnrp m alvaiKCf
tkr l.a.p HM-.lV U. N-.w. tl.ot.-MP. I, WILLIAM
X. Ri H tki,.N. ....v.-ri.'.r ..f tl.p T,-rrit..ry ..t Nohra
ha. t-t tin i i hp f "or -.:.-.l im mo hy law. i-up
alii, in .r.- :a'u i-.'i. . oii.!;i: M.o I .oui 1 a' i v- A"Otu-
1,1 r a.i . ii.o iwotm-ht.t ljy of .sopto'tiiH-r next,
tt tl.p .oat '.f .-rii:iiotit ..f the s.ipl Territory.
In tpt itin i y whPro.it I havp hereunto t-et my hati'l,
M i a'i.e'l to t o tlio. liio treat al ..I t ho T. rnloiy,
- Jiotip at m.i'..a tin. M.h .lay of Aticu-l. 1"'".
W A I'.U IIAUI'SUN'.
itv the prti'-r, or n jr ol N .-ra-ka.
J S M.iHii.v
-. rotat . f t'.ip Torril. ry
T" Janio. Ippv aii l a'l wh.-tti it may ...nrprti. Ton
r hprpl.y ii..t;tip. t li.it I miil x pe.ir at the l.nti.l nffi'e
III Itr.jM in il Nihra-ka Torn'.-ri, on Kri'lai . the
M.n - f So ioiii!.or, to prwio up im ri:l.t to prooii.pl
tt N..r'hoa-t .j.i.irlor if .So. UmIi io.. I.'i. T uii-hM. ti,
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Claim Notice. I
To llami It- I. : or ale! a'l uli'tll it May Pottrp'tl. !
Tnu a-p l.ro-i i t .-I t :,.i' I iM!i.ipi.oir at the l.atnl !
Off! p it. Hf.w in Tie. Nemaha ootnttv. Nt'l-ta-kaTorri- j
Wrv. .t, Situ. lay. Soptoii l.-r t to pioie up
Bf r:iilil '.f Pro-ouii' . .ii .. 1 hp u' h-o...t iiiartor..f
Mil;, li Vo 7, ii. . i.-h.p V.. . I... nil of HaiiCP No.
14, ra.t JOHN M i.Ht .
jkiiK'i-i 26th. l-v'ii
To WMliain ant a I . li.ors h..ni it ma v
nav prti l'.-u ao lou ! i t. -t.ii. 'l ! ai pear at the l.ati-1
Hp. in !- m ii :.- ..n l'i .'I n tl.o J ! .l.n of Sopleinl.. r
Ifltr. a! I" .. . .h k V, a I nr.". I to pr. i o i p ln r iklit
I prp-Pin t o.ti t- t l.p t...ftt.iii-.t tTHi ii'-tial nuarier of
eci...n Vt. ami .outl.op.l fra-i lotial iiarter of M-rtn.ii
1J, t. t.-t.ip 1, i...:iii . f ran.o 14 o..l
.-ptJ, -.Si.. Al lil STfS KKITZ.
To Vrp-lPt ik Mei'- ai:i all wlo tn it may rotirern.
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t to-ptpini.or, 1-vSi.at i.k r M. to proie r.p my
f laht . f pro-Piiipt, -i. I., the mo r r.-.i . t quarter ot t-e. -aaa
VI. l-.t..l.i. I. ra:e iininl-or Uci-t
a''W 2. l-vHi. IIKIMI IN .iUKKI.V.
T" Nathan ll.-i ! and
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a. I li..iu it may c. nrprti.
I w;ll ;i poar at the I and
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3. t .wti.hip 2. . f ratine
ASA K. HKYW.Mil.
t. V. sl KI. i. A. Ill TTON.
ui:sti.ki: & m tton,
MACHINE SHOP & FOUNDRY,
nullionl Car. Illtx U rump. Itolt
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Rotary rnmt Cars, Si.l.-rr J'.n.l Cars,
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kisU:.'-. t.i.1, I, . t. .. .! W liner
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(fyila- si.t ej.tl . . Ltll .-.') hall H it n-l. ni-iv wlnie Pi-h.
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nrtg, A.t it- i, .-In n Itiiiter. -.'laj bids era. ker.. oil 1.1,1
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fstf-y ratolip.. loo ,! , u'M.ti lr, p. and ni -to l..,e!:-.-ei.,
fX 4 uui. I'ii:- . A 1 . a lare !"l oi: i.i ,i;., in,,;,.!..,
ht4i il I Im- a! price. ion-ide.-al i I -plow the prices
Uty dam at: ..
St Joseph. N i s. s.'.7 "I tl
b.Lo. kwiHi!.. 1857. k. !:. i
Lockwood & Pomeroy,
Wholesale ai:J Ketail Icul.-rs in
-DATS AM) CAPS.
jUtHr?hirr-ers of Amorio tn Furs of prervilc
UT!Lti,.:i ; for which th.-v will iiay
the li:Ch, st MurV et i'l-ic-o.
1 a 1 1
pOCNTKV M-r 1 n- nr. ,;, ,i t examlno our
J IU-k of Ifat- A ':,,.. ., r ,1,,. a,,r.,.,. 1,,,,,, y;. r,..
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Botke c-..-.-li.-.l I v at,v il .us,. ,,, St L..H
Oer ,.ripp wil! I- l.,w, t,.nn, :.,.,,,, i..i.-uin-z.
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life n ll'.P.
LAKH & HOOYKK:
Trownville and Nemaha City,
; MBRtMii TERRITORY.
VTn1-!-! uipCyalleuJ toLanJ Agencies. IVrin
c i r1""' ,,r"'" lu.f.ov, l.u vi an.l selling
bey;. ,.,! yWg ,. Commis-ion.
Vr1" "!'v!l-"- f-t d..fatu dealers, and all kinds
T betii,o,H-r:a.nir.;t th.-irtr fe.sioTi.
I'arti.-u.srafteiitoin wtUbe pven in f:iv.z deel.ira
!oryfUto,,,,., t , . ,,r,..,.m,lt ;1,t ,,r ,-urii,S War
rarfTl'oo.i.fr. :,. the T..n authorities
Jfft,w,.lfCTv i...T.-.re.idii.-t a distance
U-!Bf: t.. r.-ure Warranty I eods ,U do well to
- rQ.,ie.a:ui I'eeds for said I..t s Vithinth-
f m months, asalu-rthai i:,.,.. -"i i ....
4d will be ..old.
. . . lc UOl
1 k a'wiy .n hnd
V. li. I.pttersof in,juirT answered rf mrtlv
v Wholesale Grocery House.
'TUOLKSJU: .LVD RETAIL
arocYi-ios, Wines, Liquors,
. CIGARS. iVODDl'VU ii p
j v "Cin onff rriri,-u Streets
f .. t'l ,'O'Ue StvU Hot
ETI '-l t'r7r! ti ' -IO.
tiini., J 1';; 'rP-' m.t complete
.r v... "I""! i npT Mi..nri.
j ot i. ir.r . M-o-ti
""t I fir- iev 1,
1. Oils ii-id
le.tiers is rp.-
U IT ?
l":r,;a-is them principally
t'..-il p pu.es. in Boston.
'. ' .ti!. tent tt,.,t 1 can oiler
I "''' "at i.f
' i .;,. l. an 1 1
- o. and c,. i,
ping, by fair
-Is. to Lierit
1. ..ne my st.n k
"p .. ,,ii r .
a .-. iiTu t.-.iini1 t.. fi.li. .
-..fuviery ,r-jc, u;Dl!
TIIK creatPst reme
dy m the worhl.
Trii coniial 1 ilistillttl
from a itcrry auuwii
only to inybClf, and
with f. -nie of the moht
valuable modiral roots,
liprlm at:d harkf know n
to the mind of man,
n: LIomI root, l.la k
root, wild rlii-rry hark,
yi-llow d.k, dandle
loins, tjarsaparilla. old
er flowers, with others,
prodnrine the m .st in
rllil.lp rorne.1v for the
rrf-toration of health
II. .-I ...' alio-.
fKiorc laKiii?. IT is xature s
OU'.V REMEDY, i-urint: di.eascs hy natural laws.
When taken its healing influence ii felt ( oursitiy thro'ch
every vein of the h.xty, purirymc ami arreleratitiK the
circulation of the Mm1. It neutralizes any bilious
matter in the t-touiach, and strengthens the whole orga
nization. McLran't Strrnqtheninri Cordial vill eJTtctunlly cure
Liver Complaint!. Dyspeptia, Jaundice. Chronic
or Strvnut Dtbiln., L)itcactof the Kidneyt,
and ell JHsiatrt aritinij from a l)Uorder,:d
Liver or Stomach,
Heartburn, inward pile-., aridity or tickness of the stoni
a. h, ralliieof hi. kkI to the head, dull pain or nwiinmiun
in the head, palpitations of the heart, cbofcniK orsulf.fC
antii: f.-eliiics when layine down, dryuessor yellowness
of the ckiti and eyes, nuddeu Hushes of heat, depression
of plrl!s. r.
There is no mistake about it.
This cordial will never fail to cure any of the above
di-ea.es, if taken as per directions on each bo.tle, in
.erma:i, KtiRlinh and French.
Over half a million of bottles
Have been sold durine the past six months, unl in no
iii.tam-e has it failed in kiviiik entire sal i. faction Who
tin n will stiller from weakness or debility when Mo
Lean's Strengthening Cordial w ill cure you?
To the Ladies.
I.i vou wish to be healthy and strone? Tliea K- t
otite and tret some of M, Lean's fordialV It will strenK-
then and invigorate yur bhKl to rl,,w thrount every
vein, and the rich rosy bhujin of health to luouut to your
check apain, Kvery bottlewarrauled to give satisfac
tion. For Children.
We ar to parents, if your childrec are sickly, puny or
atllieted wilh complaints prevalent among children, give
tin-in a small nuaiility of McLean's Cordial. H sell,
rapidly, because t always cures. Delay not a nijiiicnt.
Every C ounlry M reliant
Should not leave the city until he had procured a sup
plv , r V. Lean's .stremithenim: cordial. A liberal
ili. ,.iint will l.e made to those who buy to sell apti".
CA i:i'l( Bon-are of ilrii.-L'lst r dealer who may
tri t, pa in up. li you s..mc Kilter or Sars.ipanl la trash,
Hill, h tl.oi uii hni i heap, tv sayiuc it is just - t.'A.
Avoid sii li men. A-k f..r McLean's Strenctl-pniiiK cor
dial, and take iiothmt: .-I.e. ll is the only reme-Iy that
will pui ify the 1.1 1 tlir.iUKliout, and at the same time
sJre!.--then the system.
One t il. !e . p.,.. nfiil taken every inornitiK is a certain
pjeientiie f..r cholera, chills an.l fever, yell. w fever, or
any pievalent disease.
I'ii, e onlv $1 per bottle, or G lf..ttles f,,r $5.
J 11 M.LKAN",
Sde proprietor i f the cordial.
Also, Mi Lean's Volcanic. ill Liniment
r "Principal depot oil the corner of Third aud I'iiic
strcels, St Lotus, Mo.
3I lafaii'.s Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The l est liniment in the -....rid far man or f east
Anothi-r IlfMinrkalilc Cure
Performed by McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. Head
it f..r ,.ur-elves
Thomas Ford, a blacksmith, living near Cass avenue
Tenth street, bad a horaible running sore on his f.s.t
He tried various Liniments, Sain, N.c. hut could do it
ii.. e.h.I. lie dp. paired t ei or being able to work at bis
trade aain, becaii.e be -jotild n..t bear any weight on his
f -.'; and by one boti le of McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment he is ii. .ii- perfect ly eured .
Kli.-iiiiiati.iii, neuralgia, paralysis, bruises, sprains,
still no.- iii the .mints or tiiu.cl.ls, swellings, sore
throat, earache or toothache, a-, icld to the magic in
fluence of this won.lerltil liniment.
l-'or horse and rattle, it is an infallible remedy for
chafes, scratches, orai ked heels, lameness, spavin, fistu
la, bruise., swellings, wounds, rati Is-stiake bites, and
various other di-eases which animals are liable to from
m 'uf ies ..r a. ci. louts.
Every country merchant should ob-aiu a supply of Mc
Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment, ll sells rapidly because
A liberal discount will be made to merchants who buy
to sol I again.
t r"l'"r 'alp by J H M.LKAN". proprietor, coiner of
Third and Pine streets, St Loin-. Mo.
Iodine and S;aisaiai ilia
Will cure all ii.eases arising from an impure stale of
the in. nun, or a depraved condition of the fluids of the
system, i n : cancers, sw elling of the glands, rhptiniat-i-m.
white swellings, chronic s.,re ees. piles, noils.
er sipelas, goitres, pains in the bones and joints, ul
cers in the mouth an.l throat, and all chronic constitu
tional di-eases. This medicine searches out the very
r....ts of the disea-e by purifying the blood, and changing
the secret i. .us in the system, thus removing the cause,
hi. h renders the cure certain and permanent.
lr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla will cure the
vurst mercurial dixeate, and drue out and destroy ev
ery particle of mer.tiry which is in the system, and cure
its bad effects.
It will cure secondary syphilis or veneral disease,
and w ill drive the tyj'ltilttic virus and all hereditary
tnints and imimnous matter ..tit of the system through
the i -res ,,r the -km. and restore the patient to a per
fect state of heai'.h and purity. It is a positive cure
f .r liver comylaiv.t and dyspepsia, if u-ed a proper
length of time. 1 challenge the world to produce its
e-jual in the..- complaints. The afflicted will bear in
min i that Dr. Easterly's Iodine and Sarsaparilla will
cure all nervous diseases, female coniploiuts, dropsy,
grave", diseases of the kidney's, bladder, and urinary
organs, in a fww days.
It m ill remove pimples an.l blotches from ihe face,
and make the skm clear, white and beautiful as ala
ba.ter. 11 d.-s l.'ns by purifying the Hood, and by its
prompt ado .ii on the liver, kidneys, and secretory or
gans, proiiu. nig i igor.uis health.
Persons who have long been atllicied with scrofula old
sores, fetter, ringworm, scald head, blotches, eruptions
of the skin, and all cutaneous di. eases, are advised to
pr.H iire .iridlei 's Salt llhoitm and Teller Ointment to
apply ..ti the . ies and di.easetl parts, when using Dr.
Easterly's Indine and Sarsaparilla. The Iodine and
Sarsaparilla pur. lies the Mood, and causes the s..re. lo
discharge their putrid matter, and the ointment heals
r'.dii. When both are u-ed (which I always reronimeiid)
a permanent and rad cal cure is a!wavs effected. Thev
j are the best and most powerful curatives known to man.
j A fair 1 1 ia I is all I a-k I .1.. n,.f fear fhe result.
Pt ice .1 the Iodine and Sarsaparilla. ,! per bottle, or
j 6 ! tt.e. for 5. Dudley's Silt Ulioutn (hutment To
j rem. pr ...U!e. lloth are prepared by Dr. Easterly,
I c-nii-r . t Thud a:,p Chestnut streets. St. Louis, M i.,
! s... p pr.'i rieb.r. to itn all order., must be a.l.lre.ed.
H -S,.! ll,y J. II M AI X iN CO.. Druggists, BrOWn
ville. N. T ,au,l l.i Druggists gene.ally.
12 Fever and Ague Killer Will
cure ague ai .1 feier. chills and fever, dumb ague, inter
mittent and teii.iiteiit fevers, and ail the various forms
of fevers in. ..let. t to bilious climates. If there is a
man, woman or hild sutlermg w ith arue and fever,
thpi are advi-ed P. procure Dr. Easterly's Fever and
Ague Killer, It is a poitn-e curespeedy and penna
nt nt. Try it.
1'iice Slper Is.ttle. T 6 hot. Ies for $5.
Dr. Easi i:ri. v. cmer of Third and Chestnut streets
St Loins, sole proprietor, to whom an ,.r.lers must be
a ldie-sep to get the genuine.
S .id 1 y J. H. MAI N & CO, Agents, Brownville.
jririr. Baker's Specific will cure
gonorrhea, gleet, stricture, semiual weakness, chordee,
diseases of the kidneys, bladder, aud all diseases of the
genital organs. Reader, have you a private disease t
Do not neglect it. Delay is dangerous. Jr. Raker's
Specific is a safe, speedy, and radical enre. With Dr.
Baker's S;vi!ic you can rurf yourself, and prevent
exis.sure, as plain directions for u..e accompany the
medicine. Price $1 60 per bottle.
t J"Dr. EASTERLY, corner Third and Chestnut tstrets
St Louis, Missouri, sole proprietor, to whom all orders
must be addressed, to get the genuine. Sold by
J. U. MAI N & CO., Drufitists,
Brownville, IN". T.
I tT Ilr. IlooperS Female Cordial
will cure all female complaints, such as excessive,
surpre.sel, cr painful menstruation, Fluor albug it
wtiitesf barrenness, sallow complexion, headache, diz
ritiess, weak nerves, frightful dreams, an.l all diseases
caused hy colds, checked perspiration, exces:es, over
excitement, c, t.f tho sexual organs. Dr. Hooper's
j r.-maie coruiai is universally acKtiowiedgexl by the la-
dies the l est remedy ever invented. kjPrice $1 per
I bottle. or6 littles for $5.
Dr. Easterly, corner of Third and Chestnut streets,
St. Louis, Mo, sole proprietor and to whom all orders
must be addie-sed.
s.d.iby j. it mafx & co., Apsnts, BrownvUle,
A. T., and by Drugmsts generally
Persons indebted to the undersigned win come f,r
vaidatid setHe - bt.cer indulgence will not be given,
ioin scrip taken al par.
THOMrSOX 4. KAF.Sn.
Bretmrjll ipnl lB.-Il. lSSts. ij-tr
t57"Ir. Carter's Cough Dalsam
will cure CotiRhs. Colds, Asthma, Consumption, Bron
chitis, Spitting of Blood, Paiu in the Side nd Breast,
Pleurisy, Whooping Cough, Croup, Liver Complaint,
Palpitation of the Heart, and all diseases of the Throat,
Chest, and Lungs. No one should neglect a Cough or
Cold a single day. Millionsdie annually by neglecting
a Co.mmo Cold. Coughs and Colds lead to coxscmp
tioh, rd then t an early death. Reader, have you a
a cough, eld, or any disease of the lungs? Procure at
once that celebrated remedy, Dr. Carter's Cough
Balsam, which never fails torelievea cough iD twenty-four
hours, and always cures the WORST cases of
acids, coughs, ans all diseases of the throat and lungs in
a few days. Price Trial bottles, 25 ccntsj large Dot
tles, $1 per bottle, orti bottles fur $5.
tj-IR. EASTERLY, corner Third and Chestnut Strs,
St. Louis, Mo., sole proprietor, to whom all orders must
be addressed to get the genuine. Sold by
J. II. MAI N" St Co., Agents,
Brownville, N. T.
Why is the Demand so Great for
1 DR. M.AISTS
He-cause it will, in all cases, safely and effectually
cure that much lread.-d scourge of the West chills, fe
ver and ague withont fall, and incases will counteract
thei.i.on of Malaria, of which ract thousands do testi
fy; and, unlike all other nostrums, it is only recom
mended for one class of diseases, and as a tonic it is
tinsiirpas.pd. Wc wil 1 otter a few evidences of its worth
by men of influence and high standing.
Princeton, III., Sept. 20. IS57
Dr. Mann Dear Sir: For several years past I have
use.1 your Ague Hal-am in my daily practice, and have
closely observed its ellects in hutidredsof cases, and in
ho cast- has it failed to produce the most happy effect.
I can most cheerfully recommend itas a certain specific
for chi. Is, fever and ague, and nialeriotts diseases.
II. ACST1X, M. O.
Marshall, Mich, Feb 11, 1S57.
Dr. M ann &. Co : I have sold a large amount of your
Ague halsam in this vicinity, and from my personal
knowledge of it. 1 believe it the best remedy for chills,
fever and ague that has ever been sold in our State.
O A HYDE.
Ashtabula. O, Jan 1, 1S53.
Messrs S K Mavs fx Co Gents: In canvassing the
States of Ohio and Michigan for the sale of the different
remedies of which we have control, our attention has
been calied to observe the great name that your ague
balsam has gained h.r itself in every place where sold.
It really seems to be the people's own remedy, and its
sales in .re rapid than all others. It is deatined to su
percede all other ague remedies i:i the market.
A & S HKXDHV.
Xrw York. Feb 2.1. 18i.S.
Messrs Mann & Co Gents: 1 have at our hou-e in
St. Louis sold your ague h.ilsaut some three years, and
have carefully observed its ellects in urimj, and must
iu all cjndorsay. 1 do not believe its e.Uai exists mall
the wor.d of medicines. To my personal know ledge it I
has cured permanent ly everv time, and lhavektiou u it :
u-ed after ail other uie.liciiies had been tried in vain.
w ith the in ist happy te-ults. And what is more remark- !
ablel have never known a case but what remained cured '
f..r at least that season, l have no hesitation in reciu
ineniting it as a perfect triumph over chil s and fever.
PKOF. O J Wool).
S. K. MANN& CO., Proprietors, Galion,
Ohio. Sold by all Drutists.'
O.J. WOOD&Co., of St. Louis, Mo.,
vvhclesalt; arrcntsfor the Western St'ts.
Sjid by J. H. MAI X it CO.. Druggists,
Moiii: to m: admired than"
THE RICHEST DIADEM
AToni by Kings or Emperors
AVIiat? Wliya beautiful Head of Hair
I'.ecauseit the ornament God Himself provided for
all our race. Header, although the r...e may bloom ever
sobrigltlyiu the glowing cheek, the eye be ever so
sparkling, the teeth be those of pearls, it the head is be
rott of its covering, or the hair be snarled and shriveled,
harh and dry, or verse .till, if sprinkled w ith grav,
nature will lose more than half her charms. Prof.
Wo Kl'sHur Restorative, if used two or three tinijs a
w eek, w ill restore and periiiHiienily secure to all such
an ornament. Head the fol lowing and judge. The wri
ter of the lii st ia the cclibnlt d pianist Thalbenj :
New- y.,rk; April 19, 1S5S.
Dr Wood Dear Sir: Permit me to express to you
the obligation. I am under for the entire restoration of
my hair I., it. original c.h.r; about thetimeof my arri
val in tl.e i nite.1 State, it as rapidly becoming" gray,
but upon the appiiretion of ,,ur Hair Restorative, it
s.H.n reeve: ed itsorigin.il hue. I consider yi.nr restor
ative as a very wonderful it icntioti. quite ofli.-atious as
well as agreeable. 1 am yours irulv,
Drych air Cw yliedydct'
Wel-ri Vew.paier . fll. e. Nassau st., April 12, '5r
Pr..f o J W iiiiii ihur Sir: Some in. .nth or six
week. ago. I received a bottle of your Hair Restorative
and gave it my wife, who concluded to try it ..n her Intr
lilile thinking at the time that it would restore the
gray hair to its original color, but to her as well as my
surprise, .ifter a few weeks' trial it has performed thai
wviiderf il e:lect by turning all the gray hairs to a dark
brovi n, at the same timv beautifying and thickening the
hair. 1 strongly recommend fhe above Restorative to
all persons in want ol such a change of their hair.
Xew York, July 25. isss.
Prof OJ Wood: With coinidencc do 1 recommend
y..ur Hair Restorative, as being the most efficacious ar
ticle 1 ev er saw. Since using your Hair Restorative
my hairs aTid w hiskers w hich were almost w hite have
gradually grown dark: and I now feel confident that a
lew- more applications will restore them to their natu
J O KILEY.
Chicago, 111, May I. 1S57.
Prof Woon About two years ago my hair commenced
falling oil" and turning gray : 1 was fa-t becoming bald,
and had tried many remedies to no eilect, I commenced
Using your Restorative in January last. A lew appli
cations fastened my hair li: in I v. It began to (111 u;,
gr..w ..tit. an : turned back to its former odor (black). At
this time it is fully restored to its original color, health
and appearauce, and 1 cheerfully recommend its u.e.
J D IKIES
The Restorative is put in bottlds of 3 sizes, viz : large,
medium an 1 small; the small holds half a pint, and
retails for $.1 per bottle; the medium holds at least 20
per cent more in prois.i iioe tliaii the small, retails for
ifi2 per Ifotflo; the large holds a quart, 40 per cent more
in proportion and retails lor $3.
O. J. WO. ID . Co.. Proprietors, 312 Broadway, New
York, and 114. Market street. St Louis. Mo
A lid sold .y a.l g.Mi Druggists and iancy Goods
Sold by J. II. MALX & CO., Druggists.
lfroivtii ille, Nebraska.
Whereas, on the S.I day of May, INtS. one John T.
Scott, for the purpose of securing unto John M. Gra
ham the payment of a cerla.n promissory note executed
It said Sc. tt to aid Graham for the sum of one huti-
dreif and tin v-iive dollar and t wenty-iivecenis. payable
on the lir.t .lay of August, ls.Vi. did execute and deliver
unto L". C. J ihnsoti a deed of trust of the following pre
mises, to-w it : the northeast .(natter of the southeast
quarter of the southwest quarter, and north half of ,,;
no 1. in .ecti .n "Jd T .in.shyi ft. n. rth of range 16; c.,u
taiiiitiiug i" 30-lno acres. !.re or less. the same belong
ing in fee simple anddited May 2.1. lSrVS.
And w hereas d.-lau'.t has been made in fhe condition
of said deed in this, that (he said note thereby secured,
althom-'h long since due has n. t been paid, ikt any part
thereof, but isin.w wholly .lue and unpaid, whereby the
pmver of said I. C. Johnson to advertise and sell said
p: euii.es has heroine operative, and m suit or proceed
lti.s having been coinmenced or instituted at law-to re
cm er the amount due on said tone or on any part thereof.
And whereas also said deed has been duly recorded in
the records of Nemaha county, in said Territory, on the
irth . f M ay 1!vt8. and recorded on Mortgage Record,
l of Nemaha tounti . XebraskaTerritory, Pages 23 is. 24 at
i o'chvk P. M.. ati.l there is claimed to be due on the
said note, on the security of said deed, llie sum of $108
3ft. at the date of this notice.
Xow. therefore, notice is hereby given to all persons
whom it may concern, that I. I' C Johnson, trustee as
aloresaid, by virtue of the authority in mo vested in
s.nd deed w ill sell the premises above described at pub
lic Vendue in front of the offlop of Register of Deeds.
Brownville. Nemaha county, X. T., on the Ilth dai of
September. l-Sfts. between the hours of nine o'clock in
the forenoon, and the setting of the sun of that .lav, to
tl.e Inchest bidder for cash. I". (J. JOHXSOX."
Krowtniiie August 12, IViH. Trustee,
The partnership heretofore existing between the un
dersigned un.'er the firm and style of Isaac T. White Al
Co.. and of William Ilohlnel in Co., is this dav dis
solved by mutual consent, lsam t. Whi te will piv upon
presentment all demands i:s.n either of the said 'firms,
and is alone authorized to use the name of the firm in
collection and liquidation.
Wc would take this occasion t extend ocr thanks to
the community for the very liberal patrotiace extended
to us. But we beg. also, to assure those who are indebt
ed to ns that the pressure upon us at present is so great
that we shall 1-e compelled to make collections. Those
who will be so kind as to make payment without further
notice will c. nfer a favor that wp will, under present
circumstance, know how t. appreciate. Those who fail
to do so w ill leave us no alternative but to resort to le
gal means. I. T. WHYTK.
-owiu-ijle, Anpnst 11. '68. Wm. HOBL1TZEI.L.
To TToward Stogden and all others whom it may con
cern. You are hereby imt; tied trial 1 will appear at
the Land Office at Brownvr le. Nemaha county, Xebras
ka Territory, oti Weclnp-lav theCSth d.n of August. 1S5$,
at 1 i.Vl.tck I f .... m .:
j . 'ioi- U 111. li,,lllll l.IC-Vllll.ilOll
j the the north-west quarter of sect. or, three, in Tow nship
uuir. naoiir s.x pen. easi. Gi.O. W. PAUB.E11.
August 12, 1S5S.-U-
BROWNVILLE. N. T.
Announces to ti e public that he is prepared to accom
niodate those wi-hing with Car: lages and Buggies; to
gether with g.icslsafe horses. 1, r comfort and ease in tra
velling. He w. II also bard horses by the dav, week or
13-TERMS FAYORAUIE JLt
Jur IP, '. spyi
3T"or- Ocioila. axxcI on Timo
We are prepared to loan Land Warrants of all sixes to
settlers on such time as they may desire long or short
at the usual rates.
A constant supply of Warrants vill be kept on band
for sale as cheap as they can be bought elsewhere in
liny of regular dealers and beware of bogus warrants.
All warrants sold by us will be guaranteed to be
genuine iu every respect and will be exchanged if de
fective. Heing permanently located in Brownrille, we can al
ways be found at the old stand a few doors east of the
LUSnBAUGH & CARSON.
Bankers, and Dealers In Land Warrants.
B. r. I.UKIIDAVCH.
JNO L. L'AKSOf
LU5HBAUGH & CARSON,
BASKERS AXD GENERAL LAXD AGEXTS,
Healers in Coin,
Uncurrent Money, Exchange and Iiud Warrants,
BROWN VILLE, NEMAHA CO., X. T.
Especial attention will be given to Buying and Selling
Exchange on the principal cities of the United States,
tikild, Silver, and uncurrent Bank Notes. A constant sup
ply of Land Warrants on hand for sale, tor c ash, or en
tered on time for Pre-emptors. All Warrants sold by us
guaranteed in every respect. Will flic Declaratory State
ments of intention to pre-empt, and prepare Pre-emption
Papers at short notice. Money loaned upon best securi
ties, at western rates of interest, and investments made
in Lands or city property for distant capitalists. Collec
tions uiH.n all convenient points w ill be promptly attend
ed to and proceeds remitted in exchange, at current rates.
Bills of Exchange on England, Ireland, and France, ob
tained at usual rates, with cost of Exchange on the East
added. Deposits received on Current account audiuiere6t
allowed on special deposits.
OFFICE Main St., near V. S. Land Office.
Ltnd, Brother & Co., Merchants, Philadelphia, Pa.
McNaughton. Carson .Si. Co., " "
Hiser &. White, " Baltimore, Md.
Young, Carson k Bryant. " " "
Jno. Thompson Mason, Col'r of Port, " "
E. M. Pundersoii &Co. Merchants, " "
M. M Yeakle &. Co. No. 17, Broadway, Xew York.
Win. T. Sinithson, Esq., K. inker, Washington, D. C.
J. T. Stevens, Esq., Att'y at Law, ' "
Jno. S. Oallaher, Late 3d Aud. U. S. T., " "
Taylor fc klriegh, Bankers, Chicago, 111.
McClelland, Scruggs 4t Co. Merchants, St. Louis. Mo.
Hon. Thus. (. Pratt, Annapolis, Md.
H..n. J. W. Oeary, Kx-Gov. Kansas, Penti.
Hon. Jas. O. Carson, Mercersbnrg, Pa.
P. B. Small. Esq., Pres't S. Bank, llagerstown, Md.
Col. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Law, " "
Charles Parsons &. Co. Bankers, Keokuk. Iowa.
H. C. NttttSi. Co. " Council Bluff "
(ireene, Weare & Rice, " Des Moine, "
Douglass & Watson, " Vinton, "
Col. Sam Uaml.Ielon, Att'y at Law, Ea.-ton. Md.
Judge Thos. Perry, Cumberland. Md.
Prof. H. Tufwiler, Havana Alabama.
Oct. 8. '67-v2-ii 15-tf
XI. O XI T T HI O T .
OFFICE Main St, East of Kinney 4- Holly s office,
Nebraska City, N. T,
Persons who contemplate building can be furni-hed
w ith Designs. Plans. Specifications, &.C.. for buildings oi
any class or variety of style, ami the erection of the
same superintended if dc.ired. Prompt attention paid
to business from a distance. 62; f
C. Denser has removed h. Tin Shoptroin Kn.nl street
to Mam street, nearly opposite the new Hotel, where he
has opened up the largest stock of ware iu his line to be
found in the upper country. He solicits a continuance
of patronage. June 10. '5S.
MORRISON & WHEELER
Announce to the public that they have taken charge of
the new, large, mid commodious brick Hotel building re
cently completed in the City of Brownville, Nebraska.
They have furnished it from cellar to garret with en
tire new- furniture; the rooms are all large, well ven
tilated and finished. The table, we promise, shall at all
tunes contain the best thei-..uiitrycati !' rd. Our liquors
shall be as pure as are made, as we purchase in person
from reliable manufacturers. We deem a more exten
ded notice unnecessary and conclude by assuring the pub
lic that we are determined that no effort otiotir part shall
be wanting to render the Brownville House a first class
Hotel. MORRISON Ss WHEELER.
JOHN A. PARKER & CO.",
JOHN A. r.RK ER, laie Register of the Land Olflce,
Omaha, X. T., having resigned his office will hereafter,
In lonuei tioii w uli one f the best Land Lawgivers m the
country, attend to all business conll led to him; and es
Ieci.illy PRE-EMPTION CASES.
Which he has made himsell thoroughly acquainted with
ty study and practice for years.
He refers to the Heads of Departments and Members
of ( oiigress of both Houses.
All applications for services must be accompanied with
a fee to insure attention.
January 'iS, 1S5S. no31-ly
To George Yaniew and all others whom it may con
cern; you are hereby not iile l that I will apie ir at the
l.and Olllce in Brownville. on Friday, the 27th day of
August, 1S.V1, to prove up my right of Pre-emption to
the northwest quarter of section number fifteen, town
ship number one range sixteen, east of the principal
meridian. J. L. 11 AM BY.
Ahgust 19, lSf.S.-2t.
"BEARD & BROTHER,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
SAFE AXD SCALE WORK
&1LYT LOUIS, J0.,
Bank Safes of Hardened Steel, and Chilled
Iron, Jewellers' and Express Safes,
Vaults, Bank Locks, &c
!Tho recent test of Safes of the different M an i fact tires
in the O RE AT FIRK ..f the City Buildings, 111 which
the Kx.-elsior triumphed over all others, fully establish
es the superiority of the Ecelsi..r Safe, which merits
the cotiil.lence or all interested in Safes, and the securi
ty of their contents. The Excelsior being the only sate
after being in the tire for ninety hours, and take n out
red hot, that saved the Books and Papers, while a large
number of the others, in the tire but a short time, were
taken out with their contents entirely consumed, must
impress all with the necessity or examining their safes,
an.l those purchasing to be sure beyond a doubt, of the
Safe having stood the test and come out victorious, wo
pledge oii.-elves t.. manufacture none but such as can be
relied on, and refer to the following
C i lifia.
We. the tindersigded, take pleasure in certifying to
the successful test Heard Si Brother's Excelsior tire
pr.i.r S ites were submitted to in the burning ,.f theCity
Bui Id 1 ngs, the nineteeiilli of !oeiuher,l!66. and are jus
tified 111 recommending them to all w ho need safes.
ii a li. as smith eddy jameson & co
Charles Blow & Co Sami el MoCartnev
Partkiuge N. hi Joseph E?.ir.R
II r.MPHREi s Ti tt & Terry. John S thomason
I RrsvAN H11.1.M v.n is Ukos Baste Wiley AlBaste
i Til. i.an Rozii T Alio Scott Al Bro
I Mc.YlEI! AN A. II AI.I.ANTINE, BROWN (ilUHlIN Si. CO
I Von Phi-l waters Al 10 W LEwinu Ai. to
DA J.amary to John II Hall Ai .0
BaK.AR1 ALIA MS As IO SHAPLEIGII D AY A. CO
Took the Premium over the best Eastern Manufacture
at the State Fair, in Saint L .ttis: is sold from thirty to
tiiii per cent less, and guaranteed to he equal to any in
the rnited States.
Alsi5 nianulacttirers of
of Best quality, and
PUMPS of all Descriptions.
BEARD & BRO.,
Xo. 13. Main Street, Saint Louis. Mo.
July 2-2. 1S5S. Iyv3n4
APPLE TREES FOB W
1 have f r sale 50.000 Apple Trees or the choicest va
rieties, grow n in this (Nemaha County, X. T.) Thev are
or one year's growth from the graft. I am compelled
to remove them this fall from the ground they now oc
cupy is my reason for ottering them ror sale this season.
The price, however, and the fact of their being grown in
tins soil and climate is a very strong inducement fur
persons lesicent 111 the Territory purchasing .f me.
Orders .-fntiri. w ill be tiled, and filled in order when
tbe season arrives for taking them up.
Tho following is a list of the principal or leading as
Yellow- Bellileur, Fall Strawberry,
Darwin, Sweet June,
V hue Winter, Pairmain,
Autumn Swar, Trenton Early,
Kh. sie Island Greening, Baldwin,
Bed Romauite, Eariy Harvest,
Willow Twig, Jamtan.
Snow Apple. Golden Rnssett,
Harvest Red Stock, Golden Sweet,
Fall Janitan, Winesap,
Roman Stem, Fulton,
Xorthcrn Spy. Rummer Queen,
Johnson's Sweeting, Fail Pippin, &c. &c.
R. W. FUKXAS.
Brownville, Xebraska. August S, Is68.
The subscriber would respectfully announce f" the in
habitants of Brow nville that he will open a SCHOOL on
Tueday. the6;h inst.. for the instruction of snch pupils
as may be entrusted to his care. For the present, the
sch. k.I w ill be opened at the School House.
Terms ;'ero.uarter ol Eleven Weeks.
Primary Department, - $3.00
Common English Branches - - $4.00
Higher Branches .... 6 00
Xo deduction made ror absence during the term, ex
cept in cases of protracted illness. Those who enter at
any time during the first three w eeks of the term w ill
be charged for tuition from the commencement; ir later,
fr .m the time or entrance to the clce. Tuition bills
will be due at the middle f the term, at which time
j ayuient or other satisfactory arrangements will be re
quired. li is Jesirab'.e that those who attend thonld enter as
early in the term us possible
BroriiTille. July It. letW-fca J. U. CUAJEL,
K. L. DODGE,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Land Warrant bought and sold. Pre-emption papers
carefully and correctly prepared.
OFFICE on Main street, in Brown and Bennett's Bank
Una. Fenner Ferguson,
" R. W. Furna
" R Brown
Kinnev S. Uoller
Attorney a n d Counsellor
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
Empire Block, No. 3.
WILLIAM F. KITER,
Would iuform the public that he has opened a first
class B.H.k Bindery, and is n..w preparid to do all kinds
of Book Binding old or new, bound or re-bound niton
the shortest possible notice, aud or. the most rcasonoble
Orders received for all kinds of Blank work.
July I. 1868-ly.
O. B. HEWETT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Will attend to business in all departments of his pro
fession. Pre-emptors Eights Secured.
Land Warrant for Sale.
Office on First St., bet. Main and Water.
Kinney &. Holley, Nebraska City.
Cheever Sweet & Co., do
J. Sterling Morton do
Brown & Bennett, Brownville
R. W. Furnas do
Brownville, X. T. May 13, lfs5S.
Watchmaker k Goldsmith,
ROCK PORT, M0.
BEfiS leave to inform the public that he has located
in the above named town and Lifers for sale a choice
"'clocks, watches, jewelry,
and other articles usually kept in such establishments at
prices which cannot bee .tuplaine i of. Being an oxfer
ienced watchmaker he flatters himself that in repairing
watches, clocks and jewelry he can give perfect satistac
tioii. IS) Oiii.
W. E. HARVEY.
Civ. ling.. Stir. Draft'n.
I,. VAX WYC'K.
ifiior.il Land Agent-
IIAKYEY, VAX 1VYCK & CO.,
Ocnernl Lam! A urn Is
ARE connected with agencies in Washington City by
which they are enabled to prosecute claims against the
United States (iovernment. or attend io any business bo
lero the tietieral Land Illce wuh dispatch and to the
satisfaction of theircustomers.
One of the firm being a practical Kngineerand Survey
or (having been for many years connect el with the Cnited
Stales Coast Surveys engaged on works of Internal Improvement-)
we are prepared to make Surveys of Towns,
Farms, S.C., in any part of the Territory; and having
encaged the best Draftsman in the Territory, ran execute
Maps, Town Fiats, anddraw ings of al! kinds (mechanical,
architectural, &.c.,) to the perfect satisfaction our cus
tomers. October 2C1, 1S57. nolvj
E3. W. MOORE,
General Steamboat Aueiit,
FORWARDING 4- COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NEBRASKA CITY. N. T.
Goods sold on Commission and prompt rc! urns nnde.
Particular attention given to receiving, Storing and For
warding all kinds of rreight and produce.
Office on the Levee.
Storekonse in the same block with Kearney Hotel.
Refer to the Merchants of Nebraska City;
Fife ft Michael St Louis Mo; Harper Sender St. Louis;
John A. Warden " Joseph Meltitvre "
Shakelford. Finney & Co" B.ircklay, llitiklei Co "
April 29, 1153 2-M-Iv
D. It. M LAUGIILIX . HAS. P0USEV
Mclaughlin & dorse y,
3Iain Street, Brownville, IN. T-,
Buy and sell Land Warrants, make out and file declar
atory stateiiients ; make out pre-emption paper.; pay
taxes, investigate titles ;
Buy and sell property on commission ; furnish land
warrants for time entries, and attend to all other busi
ness connected w ith a general land agency business.
Particular attention paid to the selection or (iovern
ment land and the location of land warrants for parties
residing at a distance.
McLAI'ti II LI & lU'USEr respectfully refer to
ierge II. Xixou, Ksii., Register Brownville Land
Chirles B. Smith, Ksq., Receiver of Public Moneys'
Xemaha Land District.
Robert W. Furnas. Ksq., Editor Advertiser Brownville
Messrs. Lushhaugli 5t Carson. Bankers, Brownville,
Hon. W. M. T. Hamilton, llagerstown. Maryland.
Lewis R. Newcomer Ksq. Baltimore, Md.
O II Barnet, Ksq , Haytoii. Ohio.
Hon. Fenner Furgiisoti. Delegate in Congress from
Nebraska Terrritory, Washington. 1). C.
John A. Beal, Ksq., Attorney at Law, Peru, Ind.
Brownville, April 22. m.43tf
Banking house or Lxtsiibaugii x Caiison )
IiroMHVille. February 1, ls.51.
On and after this date, depositors account", will be
opened for specie, currency and scrip payable in same
kind of fun. Is, ('hecks must be marked a -cordingiy.
Office hours from 9 to 12 A M and 1 lo 3 P M.
Ll SIIBAl (ill &. CAIISON.
JOHN P. TVSOS.
W. W. HACKNEY.
TYSON & HACKNEY,
GENERAL, LAND ' AGENTS.
BROWN VI I.LK. XEMAHA CO., V. T.
Land Warrants Bought and Sold. Land entered on Time.
Claims anil Town Its Bought and Sold. Loan Money,
Make Investments and Locate Warrants on time, f,,r
Irc-EmptIon Paper Prepared.
OFFICE Next door to L". S. Land Olllce.
!eo. II. Nixon. Register L. O., Brownville, X. T.
C. B. Smith. Receiver, " "
Smock & Williams, Lexington. Mo.
L. R. Tuttle. Omaha City N.T.
. R. Pegram i Co., Bankers, Council lilufs, Iowa.
Hon, li. W. Scotleld, Warren. I'eiui.
R. L. McC.hee .V Co., Si. I.. ui. Mo.
T.s.tle IS. Fairleigh, Si. Joseph,
Oct. 1. '57
Election is Coming.
The assessment is n .w complete f -r tl.e City of Brown
ville for the year lbo8, and in the Mayor's office ready
Those feeling themselves agrieved can come forward
and have a hearing anv time within twentv .lavs from
this date. H. JOHNS. N, Marshal.
Brownville, Ju1v22, 1 S5S.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER,
Southeast er. 2nd and L.ocut St's.
ST. LOUIS, M0.
All kinds of Blank B.oks. made of the best paper, ruled
to any pattern, and sewed in the new improved patent
LIBRARIES, PERIODICALS. MUSIC. &c,
bound in any style, and at the shortest notice.
Having been awarded the Premium at the last Me
chanic's Fair, he feels condident 111 insuring satisfaction
to all who timv cue him a call.
July 2H.1S5M. Iyv3n4
The Mayor an.l City Council will meet on Wednesday
next, (the I8th inst..) to view the assesment roll. All
who are so disposed can meet with them.
If. JOHNSON Marshal.
Brownville, August 12th, l-68.
J. W. BLISS,
CONSTABT iB A1VT
PERU, NEMAHA COUNTY,
Particular attention paid to making collections fur
con-resnients. Charges reasonable.
R. W. Frame, Postmaster, Pern
Wm. E. Pardee, Prohafe Judge, Neb. City
K E Parker County Clerk, Browni'ie
Lyford & Horn, Sonora, Mo.
Two Houses and Lots for Sale!
The subscriber has two houses and lots in Bmwnville,
N. T.. which he proposes to sell ..n exceedingly favora
ble terms, viz: lot 12 in Mock 22, and lot 7 in bi.sk 39.
Also one vacant lot, no. 5 in blc-ct SO. whi.h fronts the
river at the steamboat landing. It. 1J. STtX'T'Jr.
BrtrwaTii:, Augur t 12, 06.
BUBIltr T. HUH.
IIOAIILKY &. ..II IK,
Drownville, A em ah a Co., X. T.,
Office Corner main and First Streeti.
Will select Government Lands; locate Lsnd Warrant
in Nebraska, Kansas, Western Missouri and
Iowa; collect debts; par taxes for non
residents; buy and sell property on
Lmd Warrants Bought an Sold.
Pre-emption papers prepared, Ac.
WE HAVE FOR SALE LOTS IN THE CITIES OF
ST. JOSEHI, MO.
EL WOOD, K. T.
ALSO FOR SALE
Lands near Table Rock, Pawnee county.
In Xemahacounty, improvod property for sale or ront.
It K F K UENCKS.
Lucius Hopkins, I'rs't Iun ortorsi Traders'Ilank N'.Y.
David I loti J icy l'rs't Tannins lUilroad,
Ul-u. C. T. Hillyer.-. -Charter Oak lhuik. Hartford,
Iioe, I'.utler 4 Co. Hartford, Conn.,
Collins, Kellogg if- Kirby !St. Louis, Mo.,
TI10 mas W. l'helps Mobile, Ala.,
C. Wilsin it- Co. Eutaw, Ala.
Win. 1'. Webb, At'y . - "
M. H.Osliorn A Co., U.h k Island, HI.
Ja's H.Archibald, Gen'l aii'II). I-. AW. U.K. Seranton
Gillespie, l'eare.) A Co., Bankers- Carbomlale, Fa.
K v. T. S. Ward " "
Luthorp A Jones Seranton, Fa,
H.G.Morse Red Falls X. V.
William FrnthinRhsm, Att'y Albany, X. Y.
Rev. K. Nelson, Principal Wyoming Seminary, X.Y.
J. A.Parker rf- Co., Washington, I). C.
A. T, Gilmer, Receiver Land OIBcb Omaha
Hiirtu-e Kv. rctt, Council HluH's, Ia.
lirownville, April 1, lSjS.
All persons are hereby notified that 1 will take the
necessary steps to the re-opening of the contested case
of James Ferguson, for the purM.se of more fully in
vestigating "is ru'tit to enter the south west quarter
(1 -J )of s. utk west .pi irttT (1 14) and lot number four (1)
of section i-iiiteen (IS) in township five (A) ramie six
teen (16) east, 1 hereby warn all persons not to pur
chase, trade b.r, or in any way to negotiate r..r any por
tion or the above described property.
May 27, '58 v2ti4uif Ai:teSTl"S HOLNTZE.
DIIOWX & CXITO.,
Forwarding k Commission
No. 7S, North Levee, St. Louis, Mo.
Orders for firoceries and Manufactured Articles accu
rately rilled at lowest possible rates. Consignment r..r
sale and re-slnpnient respectully solicited. Shipments
of all kinds will be faithfully attended to.
Messrs. C, II Ilea & Co St. Ianil
ltartlett. McComh & Co do
ilbert. Miles & Stannard do
lion. W H Buftlngton. Auditor State of Missouri
J Q liarmoii, Ksi, Cairo City, 111.
Messrs Moloiiy, liro's 4iCu' Mew Orleans. Louisiana
j 11 j.icKsoti. i-:s,.,
Messrs Ilinkle, Guild Jt Co,
F llammar S. Co
Krandell X Crawford
Vo.Klriitf &. llunlinglon,
II. Itillines. Ksq.,
May 12, 1S&S 45-3m
75,000 lbs. Bacon.
LYFOKH .V. HOU.V, Sonora, Mo , have for sale, cheap
for cash. 75.()lft pounds excellent bacon.
v2n36-Iy March 1, '53
T. W. HKDFOKU,
BEDFORD & GEORGE,
SURVEYORS, CIVIL ENGINEERS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Office on Main Street.
WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted to
them in the lme..f their profession. Will buy and sell
Land warrants, make time entries, attend to the sHpc
tioti and location of (o.veniineiil Lands, Survey Town
sites, subdivide Lands, make out City Plats. fcc, kc,
Having been located in the Territory f.,r fhe past year,
we are prepared to make the most choice selections for
actual settlers. Will pay taxes, investigate titles, and
render assistance in contested cases at the U. S. Land
Letters of inquiry promptly answered.
WE Rtl 1:11 to
Hon. W C Rpyn dds. Kingston. Penn.
John J Pendleton, Ksq. Cincinnati, Ohio
HotiUalutiaA llr.,w Washington City, V. C.
Hon Joseph (". Crane Dayton. Ohio
Ryall ifs. Charles. Land Acents. Sioux City, Iowa.
B.,ster& Hedges, Hankers do do
Liishbaiich t Carson, Hankers Brownville, N". T.
II. W. Furnas. Ksq. do do
l). W, C. Cleaver, (Geological Kngineer, Seranton, p.
Itnftis R. Hdivar.ls, Ksq. St. Joseph Mo.
Col. John C Fell Waverley Pa.
W. .; (ieorge, Real Kstate Agent, Davton Ohio
Apri'S. H5S v2n ll-yly
Jonas Crane and The.-dore lLi; have this day formed .
newci-partnership under Ihcthe hrm and style., rCrane
llj'.inl w. II continue the Mercantile business at the ol;
sued cf McA 1 lister, Doiier 4t Co.
JOVAS CR AXE
pf. 8. 1S57. TIIK IORK HILL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
BROWXVILLE, X. T.
Will write deeds of every kind and cotitrants for every
purpose, with warranto.! li'-.-a'. accuriKv.
OITlce, in the Banking lb .use ,.f Lushhaugli Sl Carson.
H.-n. John A. Bingham. Cadiz, Ohio.
" W K Carter, Cleveland,
" R P Spalding. " "
" B F Leiti-r, Canton, "
' S Lahm,
" Wm R Sapp. Mt. Vern.n, "
" S P Chase. Columbus, .
" Thos. F -r., Man-field,
" Jas. Craig. St. Joseph. Mo.
Brow ,,ville. Oct. 22.1. 'c.7. v2n17-1y
"V. P. LOAN7
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
LOT AND LAND AGENT.
Archer, Richardson County, X. T.
I will give employment to a g'ssl, industrious Potter,
ell acquainted with the business.
Brownville. Dec 5. 1S.V7. n23ir
SCARItITT 4' MASOX,
"Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of
Furniture and Upholstery
CORNER WASHIXGTOjr AV.& 2d ST.,
St. Louis, Missouri.
To our Palrons and the Public
We-take great pleasure In being able to assure you
that notwithstanding our heavy loss hv the burning of
our Sales R.snns at N"s 40 and 41 Washington Avenue
and the loss .,r the entire st..-k in them, 011 the morning
of the 25th inst., are already able to Mil any order that
may be desired in our line.
Having a large amount of stork in onr ware houses
that arc not connected w ith our sales ronvi. an-i being in
constant receipt of g.s!s from the best manufacturers,
we are thus soon enabled to tiil orders at our nsrn.1 h.
prices, and in our former prcmpt an.l satisfactory man
ner. our facilities for procuring and keeping np a desirable
stk. are unequalled ; our personal attention and larce
experience is and will be constantly given to our legit
imate business as dealers in and manufacturer f
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY,
in all the various branches. We assure yon that we
will sell as good g.Kids and at as low prices, and on as fa
vorable terms as any house in the West.
Thanking you for the very liberal patronage already
bestowed on us. we ask acntinuation of the same,
Sales R.msfor the present on the Northwest 'cor
ner of Washington Avenue aud Second Street, four doors
below our old stand
Very Respectfully, SCARP.ITT it MASON
S? 'm.'"''' ,A''gnt I .M- no7
33hu.-k Mattrsi,fjntre iji)d t the store r,f
Aug .. 117. 96 ,. j VFHYTJ.
Axiw and sinnlarlT suceeasful rrmedy fur th
cure of all Biikms diseases Costdreness, Inda -trestion.
Jaundice, Dropsy, Hheumatism, If' vera.
Gout, Humors, Nervousness, Irritability, Infiamms
tions. Headache, Tains in the Breast, Side, Back,
and Limbs, Female Complaints, Ac. Ac. Indeed.
Tery few are the diseases in which a Purgative Medi
cine is not more or less required, and much sick
ness and su fieri n if mitflit be prevented, if a harm
less but effectual Cathartic were more freely used.
No person can feel well while a costive habit of
body prevails ; besides, it soon generates serious and
often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided
by the timely and judicious use of a good purgative,
'i'ii is is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and
Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or
produce the deep seated and formidable distempers
which load the hearses all orer the land. Hence a
reliable family physic is of the first importance t
the public health, and this 1'ill has been perfected
with consummate skill to meet that demand. An
extensive trial of its virtues by Physicians, Profe
aors, and Patients, has shown results surpaasinff;
any thine hitherto known of any medicine. Cure
have been ctFected beyond belief, were they not sub
stantiated by persons of such exalted position and
character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Among the many eminent gentlemen who haf
testified in favor of these Tills, we may mention :
Prof. J. M. Locke, Analytical Chemist, of Cin
cinnati, whose high professional character ia (in
John MiLf.a, Julge of the Supreme Court of
the United States.
Thos. Corwix, Secretary of the Treasury.
Hon. J. M. Wrioht, Governor of Indiana.
N. LoNOWOUTH, great wine grower of th West.
Also, Dr. J. K. ("HfLTON, Practical Chemist, of
New York City, (indorsed by
Hon. V. L. Marct, cecretary or state.
Wm. B. Astor. the richest man in America.
S. Lkland & Co., Tropr's of the Metropolitaa
Hotel, and many others.
Did space permit, we could give manv hundred
certificates, from nil parts where the Pills havd
been used, but evidence even more convincing than
the experience of eminent public men is found in
their effects upon trhil.
These Tills, the result of long investigation and
study, are ottered to the public as the best and
most complete which the present state of medical
science can afford. They are compounded not of
the drugs themselves, but of the medicinal virtues
only of Vegetable remedies, extracted by chemical
process in a state of purity, and combined together
in such a manner as to insure the best results. Thia
rivstciii of comnoMtion for medicines has been found
in the Cherry Pectoral and Tills both, to produce a
more efficient remedy than had hitherto been ob
tained bv any process. The reason is perfectly ob
vious. While by the old mode of composition, everr
meili'-ine is burdened with more or less of acn
inonii.tis and injurious qualities, by this each indi
vidual virtue only that is desired for the curativn
effect is present. All the inert and obnoxious qual
ities of each substance employed are left behind, the
curative virtues only being retained. Hence it ia
self-evident the effects should prove, as they hav
proved, more purely remedial, and the Tills a surer,
more powerful antidote to disease than any other
medicine known to the world.
As it is frequently expedient that my medicino
should be taken under tbe counsel of an attending
Physician, and as he could not properly judsie of
remedy without knowing its composition, 1 have,
supplied the accurate Formula- by which both my
Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of
Practitioners in the United States and British Amer
ican Provinces. If, however, there should be any
one who has not received them, they will be
promptly forwarded bv mail to his request.
Of all the Patent Medicines that are offered, how
few would be taken if their composition was known I
Their life consists in their mystery. I have no
The composition of my preparations is laid open
to all men, and all who are competent to judge on
the subject freely acknowledge their convictions of
their intrinsic: merits. The Cherry Pectoral was
pronounced by scientific men to be a wonderful
.nedicine before its effects were known. Many em
inent Physicians have declared the same thing of
my Tills, and even more confidently, and are will
ing to certify that their anticipations were moro
than realized by their effects upon trial.
They operate by their powerful influence on thd
Internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
into healthy action remove the obstructions of
the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the
bodv, restoring their irregular action to health, and
by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange
ments as are the first oriLtin of disease.
Peing sugar-wrapped, they are pleasant to take,
and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from
their use in any quantity.
F'or minute directions, see wrapper on the Box.
DR. JAMES G. AYER,
Practical nndAualyticnl Chemist,
Price 25 Cent per Box. Five Boxes for SL
J. II. MAUN k CO., A-rents,
Brownville. N. T.
J. D N. THOMPSON,
Attorney at Law,
II is resumed his professional business, and will prac
tice m ail the Courts of Nebraska, and the Courts In
Atcbinson county, M i.
(mice ..tie d..or west of I. T. Whytc's Store, Brownville
Urownville. April 2-2, ISM. n43 ly
I I'KH.UT SAW JIILfL.
This mill commands the universal admiration of saw
mill men everywhere. As its merits become known, th
demand for it increases, (irders are commit rr..m every
section ..r tins country, Cm.-ida. Cuba, and South Ameri
ca. It is suited tor every s..s tioti of the world wherever
thpre is timber to bo sawed, 110 matter of what character
how hard, how larne or li..w small. Two extensive ma
nufactories are n..w emia-cl in building these mil Is, yet
it is almost impossible to turn tlietn out as fast as they
are wanted. Tb.-y embrace several valuable patents
and improvements, and combine all of the following ad-
Simplicity Both the mill and power arc so simple lt
thfircoiistructtotith.it anyone ..f ordinary mechanical
ability can comprehend them, put them up and run them
without d.in.'er or difficulty.
Portability The whole e-'abli-hnient can be very
ciuii kly taken apart and put t. i.-tti.ir, thus rendering tt
easy to be moved from pla, e to place as desired, and av
luc the necessity of .Irawuu; tbe lotfs a loriK distance to
Durability It is .onstro.-tel in the most solid ami
substantial manner, runs perfectly still, is not liable to
yet out of order, and will last for years without repair.
Rapidity It will s..w !atet tlun any other upriithl
epris'lil null. The speed ..t tl.e -,iw is about three hun
dred strokes per minute, and the feed fr,.i!i one-eUbta to
thret-iinarters ,,f ,,t, 1 1; I, per Mr,,li,.. Tims, at a medium
speed the saw will cut through a . twenty-four feet
bin; in about three minutes. Kroiu this .lata anyone
kiioWiiiK the harac'.er of the t.mber can lalculate how
mil. ti it will d .
Efficiency It d -es ifs work well, cuts smoother ani,
strai,.-hter than the 1 rdinary nulls, and the arrannement
of the saw is such as to lender it utterly impossible lor
it to run out of line.
Cheapness The entire io-t ,.f the mill, with fifteen
hori-e power and evetytti.iirf all complete and ready for
ruiiiiiic.', boxed and ready for shipment in St. Louis, 14
only $1 "M.
This null requires less power to drive than any other
mill, and the power furnished is s-Jlfl. ient to drive extra
Acircular containiiur full particulars will te sent to
any one desiring it. All or.lert should be addressed to
HllA;t fc. BI RR.IWKS,
Corner Third and Market streets, St. Louis. Mo.,
sole agents for the Western and Southern states.
March 'ii, '53 m-iy
J. II. MORRISON,
Old Stand of 31. F. CLiRK,
BROWXVJLLE, X. T.,
Where can he fourd a rull supply of Family ('roceries
Ham and Bacn. M.-ckrel and Coil Fi-h. Teas. Sugar.
Coffee. Candies, Nuts, Wine Cra.kers and Cheee. Lninora
and Wines. Sardines. Cinars and Tobacc-,, Oysters an.f
Lobsiero. Peaches, Prune, Hlai kberries and Whortle
berries, and all articles usi ally kept in a Kancy (irorery
Store. which be will sell for rash or pr. since a-, cheap as the
rheapat. Will you ie ine a rhare of your Coutiiiu.sl
Brownuille, July 15-h.lS.SS. 3n3
Ilemotal of the County Seat.
I have a house and bjt in Hn, nvilie n Hmii street.
The lot is a corner one, convenient to water. Slc. A gsnl
dwellinn bouse with three r..tn. a wardrobe, "lc. I
will sell the above pr. p. riy fwhich r.t lue eight hun
dred do I lars.) for four hundred and fifty do! lars. Ou
hundred and eighty-tiv e dollars is required cash down;
time or a Land Warrant taken on the balance. For for
ther particulars call on Messrs Lu-hlauuh h. Carson,
Banker, or nn the Proprietor at his office in Brownville.
July 16, lb&-lm . . PARKEH.
To William Wait and all whom it may concern. Tnt
are herebv notified that I will appear at If e Land Office
it Brownviite on Thursday the lOtU day of September,
IH51J to prove up my riubt of p-e-e..' i.n to tike.
Southeatt o,uarter of secticu "i, tow u.h. n S, renje 14
Sti-embw WlfxM. sXl0V 6S01i.
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