Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, July 28, 1859, Image 4
NEW ARRIVAL! NEW. first" : AMD . IEWCrO!!! JOHN A. PONN, ' VIIOLKSALE AND RETAIL DEALEH IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Fl'RSITIRE, HARDWARE, qtlEErVSWARE, &.C., BROWN VILE NT. flavin etabllstied himself at tbe old stand recent ly occupied hy joiin Mcpherson, lie 1 now offering and receiving for tale cue of (be AND BEST ASSORTED STOCKS OF . MERCHANDISE .Ever Brought m this Territory He aai an exteniive and varied ansortmeat tf . . STAPLE AAD FAXCY DRY GOODS, ALSO A Large Stock of Choice Family COSHSTIKO OF Flour, . Ham, Bacon Sugar, ItlcXarses, Cofiee, Tea, Salt, Cheese, Candles, etc., etc., And a fine assortment of LIGHT GROCERIES Such as Spice, Peppers,. Soda, Salaratus, Ginger, Allspice, etc., etc. He has also on hand a large lot of BEDSTEADS, TABLES, CHAIRS, DESKS, B UREA US, SC, C. ALSO, ', A well selected Slock cf HARDWARE AXO CUTLERY, Q UEENS WARE, HATS & C AJPS, Boots and Shoes. Ho pledges his customers to sell as cheap as any other house in the city, and thut bis goods in quality and style shall be unsurpassed. HEAVY SHIPMENT OF GEO C E R I E S. BIX. CBILDS. J. B. JEMIXGS k CO, PRODUCE AND COMMISSION HEECHAIJTS, Corner of. Second and Francis Streets, ST. JOSEPU, 3IO. The Senior partner of thii Houe is now below mak ing heavy tLipiuenta ot Coffee, " Sugar, Molasses, Flour, &c, A larpe portion of which will arrive in a few days on Sieameii Carrier and Asa Wilgus. Hiving made arransemehts with one of the bestMills of St. Lonis fur weckiy supplies of Choice Brands of Flour, Ther will he able to offer to retai'.cn and consume, at all times, the Vcrv Best Flonr, At ihe very lowest prices, ETerj Bushel and Sack Warranted ' They hare also on the wey from the Eastern Cit.es a lar;e and choice selection of TEAS, FRESH FRUITS, 0 Fresh Oysters, Pisli, Nails, "WOODEN WARE, CORDAGE, And every Article appertaining to the . Grocery line. All of which Las been bought at the Lowest Cash Prices, And they r'edfre themelve to fell them as low a any House in North Missouri. They ret-peotfuliy solicit a continuance of the patrouage of their customer and the community generally. JMnnjfGS fc St. Jotrph, F$. 15, '69 35-1 m Office of American Bank Note Company. J. J. O'SIIANESSY, ; Copper Plate & Lithographic Printer. . Corner of Randolph n Dearborn Ft'reets, CHICAGO, ILIa. WeddinpandVisitlugCirdu, Door Plates, Office Seals, Votary Public1 Dies and Presses, Drafts, Invoices, and "Labela of every kind promptly executed and sent t-y . Express.. r?- Pacl f the very bett $la:ed or Bn'A tol Ca xtKna.nt for tvo doUart. by a ntw and beautiful process without cost of plate, equal to the r choicest enoravimq. namples when required caption of pc$t$tatpt. -J 1 G'' NEW GOODS FOR THE MILLIQrff! Wholesale and Retail. THEODORE HILL, Main Street, 17, Brownville, ITebras&a, Has just received per steamers Sioux City, Ryland. Asi Wilgus, and Hesperian, their NSW STOCK or SPRING GOODS WHICH IS THE LARGEST EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET. COSSISTISO OF I QUEENS WARE, G L A S S "W A. E E, HARD WARE Sr CUTLER Y, Iron and Nails, EATS & CAPS, Boots and lioes, 3? Ij O "W S. I1SFS0M01S. Outfitting Goods FOR THE GOLD MINES, Picks, Axes, Cordage, Camp Kit, Ox Yokes, etc. etc. LADIES! Call and Examine his SUPERIOR STOCK OF Ladies' Dress floods Of the Very LATEST STYLES. The experience he have had in trade in this city warrants him in saying he is confident tee can give ENTIRE SATISFACTION. To his old Customers in NEMAHA, RICAHRDSON, PAWNEE, GAGE, CLAY, AND JOHNSON COUNTIES, He returns thanks for past, and hope for, not only a continuance, hut increased pa tronage. THEODORE HIIL, April 1st. n40 Brownville House. NEW ARRANGEMENT. WHEELER & RAINEY, Announce to the public that thev have recently pur chased and refitted the NEW, POPULAR, AND COMMODIOUS HOTEL in BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, known as tbe Brown vlUe House, and are now prepared to entertain and accuTntnodate travellers, sojourners, and day boarders in a ntyle second to no other House lu the West. Every effort will be made to entertain, please and make comfortable all who may favor the Brownville House with their patronage. Tlie TtlDlo, will at all times be supplied with the substantial and delicacies of the seasons, day, and country in which we are located. Is well fitted up, and supplied with the choicest liquors to be found. Tlio Arrangements have been made with "Win. Rossell, pro prietor of the City Livery MaDie, wno is prepareawun as good accommodations as can be found anywhere. Mr. B. also keeps an excellent Livery Stable for the accommodation of the public. WHEELER & BAINET. April 1st, 1S59, 40-ly ED. TV. MOORE, General Steamboat Agent, FORWARDIXG ? COMMISSION MERCHANT, NEBRASKA CITY, N. T. Goods sold ou Commission andpronipt returns made. Particularattention ftiveu toreceivinp, Storingaiwi For warding all kinds of freight nnd produce. Office on the Levee. Storekoase in the same block with Kearney Hotel. Refer to the Merchants of hebraska Citr; Livery. D. J. MABTI!, H. HUCKOLLI, T. KXTCHOLU. D. J. MARTIN & CO., .Wholesale & Retail T"5 tsi Xj E3 -E. S I N FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hardware, Cutlery: Boots, J3hoes, Hats, Caps, Books, Stationery, Iron, Nais, Queensware, Glassware, Furniture, Saddlery, Castings Plows, Farming Implements, GICEHS k FIB At the Old Stand of L T. W H Y T E , Corner of Main and First Streets, BROWNVILLE, N. T. NEW GOOB ! WE ARE NOW RECEIVING per steamers Sioux City, E. M. Ryland, and Asa Wilgus, our Which is LARGE and COMPLETE. WE would say totothose going on the plains as well as those who remain at home Give us a Call, And satisfr yourselves that w hsve the Or Q C3 33 Ami are zoning theiu OUTFITS FOR THE MINES, We are prepared to fit out those goinc to the Nebraska Gold Mines, With EVERYTHING they may detire. TO OUR OLD CUSTOMERS X jol Missouri A'e extend an invitation to continue their patrouace. We shall spare no paiDS to satisfy, and give bargains to them, and all others wlmniav bo pleased to CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. Fife&Michael3tLouisMo; John A. Warden " Shakelford, Finney & Co" AprtlM.iaW Harper &- Sender St. Lonis; Joseph Jlclnfyre " BarckUy, UiukleiCo " T-U-Iy OUR TERMS ARE CASH. Hence wc shall adopt the motto Quick Sales and Small Profits. Country Produce, at Market Prices, taken in Exchange lor Goods. D. J. MARTIN & CO. Brownyille Arril 1st 1359. ntO-ly HEDGE FENCING. The nndersiened having had considerable experi rice in plantincand cultivating Osage Orange Hedges, here by inform the public that they are now prepared to con tract either planting, setting them out, or growing and cultivating the fence complete. Growing bedsxes of their planting can be seen n the farms of S. W Ken nedv, i. Crow, J. Skcen and c thers in this: ouuty D. C. & T. N. ANDERS. Sept. 2, lOtf COX & ROBERT'S 3P T 353 1ST 1? TB1S1R 'AM CLSMI, 3Iadc by Hingsland &. Ferguson, ST. LOUIS, MO. TnE above named machines are unquestionably the most simple, cheap and durable offered for sale. Tbey Thresh and Clean the Grain ready for Market and can be managed by the most unskillful farmer. This machine received the first premium at the last Fair of the St. Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Asso ciation, for being the BEST FOUR HORSE THRESHER AND CLEANER exhibition. It having threshed aud cleaned more IVheat, In a better style, in a given time, than any other four horse JIachineon the ground. Our Lever Cabin Horte Power was awarded at the same fair the Grand Gold Medal of Honor. We are this season prepared to furnish these machines with several late improvements, and weguarrantee the workmanship and material shall not be excelled by any other made. We sell them with lever or endless chain horse power, as preferred. Ordors rilled promptly. J. II. MAXXY'S PATENT COMBINED MOWER AND REAPER. MADE BY Kingslands & Ferguson, ST. LOUIS, MO. WJ! are this season prepared to furnish this widely known and justly popular Manhine with all the new and va'nable improvements, and made in a style certain to place it ii. advance of all others. Its past success, both as a Reaper and Mower, warrant ns in rem mending it to purchasers as a machine that will give perfect satisfaction in every particular. Our facilities for manufacturing will enable us to fill all orders promptly, but would be pleased to receive orders, so that we may fill them on the day they are wanted. tj"Orders respectfully solicited. KINGSLANDS &. FERGUSON, Cor. id and Cherry Stt. St. Louis, Mo. Mjt- 19 nc47-tf NEMAHA LAND AGENT, SURVEYOR & NOTARY PlllLIC, Will select lands, investigate titles, pay taxes, &c, either in Kansas or Nebraska; buy, sell, and enter landson commissior; invest in town property, buyer sell the same, and will always have on handcorrect plats of townships, counties. &.c, showing all lands sub ject to entry, and where desired will furnish parties liv ing in the states with the same. Being the oldest settler in the county will in all cases be able to give full and reliable information. Address A. L. Coate, either at Brownvilleor Nemaha City, Nebraska Territory. 6m-42-v2 FRA KLIN TYPE & STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY Ho. 16 S Vine St., bet. Fourth ana Fifth. Cincinnati, 0. tf'. F. O'DRISCOI,! & CO anufacturers and dealers in Xews, Book ana Job TTrw. Printing Presses. Case. Gallies.&c.. Ae. Inks, and Printing Material of Every Description, STEIt EOT Y PING of all kind Books. Mnsic. Patent Medicine Dfirections.JobSjWood Engravings, Ac, 'c. Brand and Pattern Letters, various styles, M" 1 That Great Remedy, SO ioXG SOUGHT, Is ZoaxxcL At Ziast! This remedy, ci; imed Ly the medical profession and the multiplied tho sand that have nsed it and tested its wonderful cur; :iTe properties, to be the greatest discovery in medic l ecience, and nature's own remedy, ii the result of ye: re of toil and study, by one cf Ohio's favorite physicians in order to produce something that would meet the wiUesof suffering humanity, and thou sands from the pincely palace and humblest cottage can testify to the Immediate relief found by its use. For want of space e oniy ffer a few of the miny evi dences in its favor. 1 " ;' 1 JfOLirr, I t., Feb. 19, 1S57. MESSRS. S. K.MAVXfc. CO We find your Ague balsam superior to any remedy in our market for the permanent cure of all malarious disease. We cheer fully recommend it xs worthy that great name it has wherever sold and nsed. Very Truly RICHARDS &. THOMAS. To the sufferers rota Chills, Fever and Ague, I cheer fully submit the r following; Having observed closely the effects of Dr. Mann's Ague Balsam in this vicinity for the past three years, 1 am well pleased with its re medial virtues as an antidote to malaria. I have fre quently used it in my practice, and with entire satis faction. From my intiaateknowledgeof this compound I recommend it as safe, promt and efficient. N. E. HACK.EOOM, II D. Galion, Ohio, Ajril 1st, 1863. Bltjftow, Tnd., 3fay 17, 1853. MESSRS. S. K MANN &. CO. Having sold your Bal sam for the past three ytirs to scores of persons in this vicinity, and closely observing its effects, we do not hesitate in saying, we believe it the best remedy ever sold in Indiana, andwiil erectually cure chills fev er and will effectually cure chilis, fever and ague without fail. Truly Yours, PUILLIMAN & K.EARNS, Drug'ts. , LOGAisORT, Ind., Sep. 13, 1S56. DR. MANN Please'send nie one half gross more of your Ague Balsam immediately. It is in great demand, and may be truly staled the ting of Fever and Ague. J. LYTLK. St. Louis, March 1st, 1353. MESSRS. S K MANN & CO We have sold a large amount of your Ague Balsam the past three years, and find that where Introduced and sold it has no equal in the history of ague rcpedies, and from all parts of the west we hear the sane cheering news it never fails to cure its patient anils looked upon in this country as tbe best medicicinc for chills, fever and ague ever in our market. ! O. J. WOOD & CO. S. K. MANN & CO., Proprietors, Gal ion Ohio. Sold by J. H. MAUN & Co. no37 I Brownville, N. T. NEW ARRIVAL OF Two Hundred ClIRISflAtf DElSHi. 13 ro wiivi lie, Nebraska. ANNOUNCES to the public that he has just re ceived, per Steamer Ryland, a very large and well assorted stock of Parlor and Cook Stoves, of new and improved pntterns.as follows: tC'a Pattern, Plymouth Rock, Elevated Oven, New Ef , olden Era. and every variety o Parlor and Office Stores. Also, Japan ecl Ware, Rrass Kettles, Lanthcrns, Copper Wat e. SIio rcls and Toners. All of which I pledge myself to sell at as fair rates and on as accommodating terras as any other estab lishment in this region of country. I have also now on hand every requisite variety of lin,CoppcrandSheetlron ware, asd nrn prepared to put up gutteringand spouting and all other work in my line, at short notice, and in a workmanlike manner, which I warrant to give satisfaction. I pledge myself not to bo undersold in the upper country. Brownville September 2, 1S53. tlO-ly BETTER THAN GOLD. To Druggists and Physicians. IT IS IMPOSSIBLE to convey an adequate idea of the immense good now being done by Dr. Smith's "Electric Oil " of 'Philadelphia. I is important to iliice it in the bands of all medical van as soon as may be, to save paiu and suffering, iu all cases of accident ic. Nothing has ever done w hat this arti cle is doing in same timo. Plies Jlore Wonderful Cures Electrical Oil. Philadelphia, June 6, 1853. Dr. Smith: I was suffering intensely from intern al Piles ; was given up by two phyiciana. I was ad vised to trv Dr. Smith's Electric Oil, by injections. Tho first application relieved the pain, and after four applica ions I was relieved the pain, aud after four applications I was entirely cured. Yours, gratefully ilRS. Mary Chittick. 271 Juniper St., two doors above South. From the N. T. Times, 13. The Rcsh. Yesterday more than twenty ladies visited Dr. Galutia li. Smith, at the Troy House some coming five to ten miles, suffering from Asthma. Nervous Pains, Rheumatism and general derange ments. The "Electric Oil" is already manifesting, tranquilizing and curative powers upon tho afflicted of Troy and vicinity. Call early. Will It Strike In? Yes, a pimple, an incipient gathering which for a time appears ou the surface and by a trifling change in the absorbents is taken up and carried out though the circulation "strin.es in." Just-so does thrs (genuine) Oil act on the absor bents of the human being. I3TIT CUKES, it is MILD, it does NO HARM It CAN DO NO HARM. Greatest Cure In The World! For Toothache or any other Pain, DR. SMITn, of Philadelphia will forfeit $100 if the Electric Oil fails to cure a single case of Rheu matism, or pains in the back or limbs. Piles, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Sore Nipples, Swelled Glands, Felons, stiffnes in the Joints or Neck. Dr. Smith's Electric Oii cures Rheumatism. Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Pain. Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Toothache. Smith' Electric Oil a cure for Deafness. Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Neuralgia Smith's Eleetrie Uil a cure for Swelling. Smith's Electric Oil a cure tor stiff Joints. Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Felons. Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Uroken Breast. Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Sore Throat. Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Burns. Smith's Electric Oil a euro for Paralysis. It is soothing and pleasant ; it gives more perma nent as well as instant relief than anything ever b3 fore used, and its sedative influence over nervous pain is highly appreciated by medical men, many of whom have used it. Read this from Dr. Eikinton. a physician who has practiced since 1830 (too well known for comment): "At intervals during thirty years past, my wife has been subject to rheumatism of the most violent cast say four times a year sometimes so severe s to make it necessary to administer large doses of the tincture of guiacuman l merphia, and rock her like an infant in a large rocking chair, to induce any re pose. Having froquent correspondence with my son (102 Chesnut street of ycurcity) I iuforiwd him of an attack she had about the middle of l i?t month, (January), which was of such severity a t com pletely paralyze the system. He, in his anxiety for his mother's welfare, sent me a bottle of your Electric Oil, but as I am one of the praetiom r of medicine in our place, and not a proselyte to any kind of patent medicine, I d d hesitate to give it a trial ; however, on reflection, I concluded to try it which I did, and after the third and fourth application she became rather passive, and before one-tLird of the bottle w;is nsed not a vestage of the disease remained, and she still continues well, although she rode out a distance of fourteen miles without a renewal of any of the 8mptr ms. I therefore felt it my duty, for the sake of fcufferinghumanity, to forward this testimonial. 1 am yours trulv, JOSEPH P. ELKLN TON, M.D. Believe and Avoid Fain. Pain is the penalty for violated law, yet in God's Providence pain is a friendly admonition instead of a vindictive cruelty. Were there no pain from a burn we would be liable to lose our limbs and not know it, die and not cognizant of our situation. Thank God for pain if not welL that you may dis cover a remedy to get SPEEDY RELIEF, and be careful in the future. Facts are stubborn, and if you hnve a limb swollen from GOUT. INFLAMATORY RHEUMATISM, a BAD SPRAIN, a BURN, a long growing and PAINFUL ABSCESS, you would soon know it if relieved, without the aid of imagination. ZSIhe public are respectfnlly cautioned to be ware of SPURIOUS OIL, and to notice the name of "A E. SMITH," 8Dd -GALUTIA B. SMITH," on the label. "A. E. SMITH" is also blown in the glass of 3 Fizes. The largest bottles may be had at $5 for six bottles. CSFLarge bottles are ten times tho cheapest. Western Depot and Manufactory at tho Ware house of VAN LEAR, RRITTAIN & HxVRDY. Wholesale Druggists and Chemists. St. Joseph, Mo. To whom all orders must be addressed. n43-tf WHITINGR &, WARREN, Wholesale Ajents, Nubrasa City. - rvT A. LYFORD. Lyford & Horn, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealers in jOtiry Groods AND GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, HATS AND CAPS, SONORA, MO. April 9th, 1853. 3-t "COMBINATION PATENT." UPRIGHT STEAM SAW JMIIX. This mill commands the uuiversal admiration of saw mill men everywhere. As its merits become known, the demand for it increases. Orders are coming from every section of this country, Canada, Cuba, and South Amer, ca. It is suited for every section ot the world wherever there is timber to be sawed, no matter of wbat character u v. k,,h-i-irirn ir how small. Two exteiihive ma nufactories are now engaged in building these mills, yet it is almost impossible to lurn uiem uui mrj are wanted. They embrace several valuable patents and improvements, and combine all of the following ad Stmplicityhoth the mill and power are so simple in their construction that anyone of ordinary mechanical ability can comprehend them, put them up and run them without danger or difficulty. Portability The whuio esiaousnmcu can w er .n..,t mil t.itrfthjr. th us rnndorinn it easy to be moved from place toplace asdesired, and sav in? tbe necessity of drawing me ios a ions aisiauie io r,.h,r,f it ia rnn;triirtpl in the most solid and substantial manner, runs perfectly still, is not liable to get ont or order, ana win iasi lor years miuuui rcoair. Rapidity It will saw faster than any other upright upright mill. The speed of the saw is about three hun dred strokes per minute, and the feed from one-eighth to three-quarters of an inch per stroke. Thus, at a medium speed the saw will cut through a log twenty-rour feet long in about three minutes. From this data any one knowing the character of the timber can calculate how niw:h it will do. Efficiency It does its work well, cuts smoother and stmighter than the ordinary mills, and the arrangement of the saw is such as to render it utterly impossible for it to rcn out of line. Cheapness The entire iost of the mill, with fifteen horse power and everything all complete and ready for running, boxed and ready for shipment in St. Louis, is only $1,750. This mill requires less power to drive than any other mill, and the power furnished is sufficient to drive extra machinery. Acircular containing full particulars will he sent to any one desiring it. All ordert should be addressed to BRAG? &. Bl'ttKOWKS, Corner Third and Market ttreets, St. Louis, Mo., sole azents for the Western and Southern States. March 25, '53 43-Iy Scott Kro BrownGoddin & Co W L Ewino & CO John H Hall &. co Shapldioh Day St co BEARD & BROTHER, PROPRIETORS OF THE 33ZT21033XJ23IOXI. SAFE AND SCALE WORK SALYT LOUIS, 'MO., Bank Safes of Hardened Steel, and Chilled Iron, Jewellers' and Express Safes, Vaults, Bank Locks, &c The recent test of Safes of the different Manifactnres in the Git EAT FIRE of the City Buildings, in which the Excclfior triumphed over all others, futly estabii.-h-es the superiority of the Kxcclsior Safe, which merits the confidence ef all interested in Sales, and the securi ty of their contents. Tbe Kxcisior being the only sale alter being in the fire fr ninety hours, and taktnout red 'hot, that saved the Books and Papers, while a large number of the others, in the fire but a short time, were taken out with their contents -entirely-consumed, niii! impress all with the necessity of examining their safes, aiid those purchasing to be sure beyond a doubt, of the Sale having stood the test and come out victorious, we pledge ousel ves to manufacture none but such as can be relied on, and refer to tbe following Certificate. AVe, the undersigded, take pleasure in certifying to the successful test Beard & Brother's Excelsior fire proof Safes were submitted to in the burning or the City Buildings, the nineteenth of Iioember.1856. and are jus tified in recommending them to all who need safes. Hall & Smith Eddy jamtson &. Co Charles Blow & Co Sajicdl McCabtndv Partridge & co Josvph Elddx HrMPHRETS TCTT& TFRRY, JOHN S THO.VtASON ItlSYAN IIlLLMAN Jc BROS BASTD WILEY fit BASTD TlLLAN ROZIET &.CO McMehan & BALLANTINE, Von Phtjl waters & co D A January &. co Barnard Adajis & co THE EXCELSIOR Took the Premium over the best Eastern Manufacture at the State Fair, in Saint Louis; is eold from thirty to tifty per cent less, and guaranteed to be equal to any in the United States. Also manufacturers of Uglitnin? Rods, of Best quality, and PUMPS of all Descriptions. BEARD &BRO., No. 15. Main Street, Saint Louis. Mo. July22.nS53. Iyv3n4 A. K IIOLLABIRD '& CO., Machinists, Founders and Engine Builders, Front 8tree. West of Smith, CINCINNATI, O. Would most respectfully inform theirfriendsand the public generally, that they are now pre pared to execute all orders in theirline, with prompt ness. Having lately enlarged their shop and with the increased facilities they now posses?, they hope to merit a continuation of the liberal patronage which has heretofore been extended to them. Saw Mill Engines of every Description. Constantly on han:J consisting of the iSash, Circu lar and JIuley. Mill Gears and every description of Jastiugs, warranted to be well made in every particu lar. They have also a Boiler Yard attached to their establishment, which enables them to oversee all work in that line furnished by them, and are pre pared to work on as reasonable terms as any other shop in the country. Those in want of anything in oar line, would do well to give us a call and examine our new pattern THE GREAT WONDER OF THE RIXETEEXTII CEXTRT Professor Wood's HAIR RESTORATIVE. Says the St. Louis, Democrat: Below, we publish a letter to Dr. Wood, of this city, from a gentleman in Maine, which speaks glowingly of the superior merits of his hair tonic. Such evidence must have its effect, when coming from a reliable source. If certificates are guarantees of truth, the Dr. needs no encomiums, nor useless puffery from the press : "Bath, MaIse, Jan 20, 1S58. Prof. 0. J. Wood, 6 Co. (Ientlemen: Hiving my attention called a few months since to tbe highly beneficial effects of your hair restorative. 1 was induced to make apolication of it upon my own bair, which hail heroine quite gray, probably one-third white ; my whiskers were of the same charac ter. Some three months since I procured a bottle of hair restorative, and used it. - I son found it was prov ing what I had wished. I used it about twice a week. I have since procured another bottle, of which I have used some. I can now certify to the world that the gray or white hair has totally disappeared, both on my head and gace, and my hair has resumed its original color, and I am now sixty years old my pood wire at the age of nr-ty-two, has used it with the same effect. The above notice I deem due to you for your valuable discovery. I am assured that whoever will rightly use as per directions, will not have occasion to contradict my statements. I am a citizen of this city and a reident here for the last fifteen years, and am known t-. nearly every one hsre and adjoining towns Any ue you may nir.keoi the above, with my name attached, is at your service, as i wih to preseyve the beauties o' natuie in others as well as myself. 1 am, truly yours A. C. KAVJIOXD. BaltiwOxe, Jan. C3, 1353. Professor "Wood Dear Sir: H.iving had the misfor tune to loose the best portion of my hair, from the ef. feots of the Yellow Fever in Xew Orleans in 1S54, I was induced to make c trial of your preparation, and found it to answer at the very thing needed. My hair is now thick and glossy, and no words can express my obligation to you in giving to the aillcted such a treasure. FIXLEi' JOHXSON. The undersigned, Rev. J. K, Bragg, is a minisier in in regular standing, and pastor of the Orthodos Church at Brooktleld, Mass. lie is a geutleman of great influ ence and universally beloved.. WM. DYER. BROOFIELI), January 12, 1858. Professor Wood Dear Sir: Having made trial of your Hair Restorative, it gives me pleasure to say, th-t its effect has been excellent in removing inflammation, dandruff and a constant tendency to itching with which I have been troubled from my childhood; and has also re stored my hair, which was becoming gray, to its original color. 1 have used no other article with anything like pleasure or or profit. Yours truly, J. K. BR.G(J. The Restorative is put Up in bottles of three sizes, viz: large, medium and small; tbe small ones bold a half pint each, and retails for one dollar per bottiej the medium holds at least twenty per cent more in propor tion than the small, retails for two dollars a bottle; tbe large holds a quart' forty per cent more in proportion,' and retails for three dollars a bottle. " O. J. WOOD & Co.' Proprretor-t. 312 Broadway, Xew York, (iu the great New Yorh Wire Railing establish ment and 114 Market St., St, Louis Mo. Sold by J. H. M AUX &, Co., Brownville. X. T. Cash for Corn. I will p?.y Cash for Corn delivered at BrownvUIaor other good shipping points on the Missouri Rivet G.H.WILCOX. BrownrilU, K. T. March 2-4, lS59-lt Brownville Steam Ferry ! BEST CKOSSLNG MISSOURI RIVER. The Boute from rovmrille to Ft. Kearnej, JUKI IrOm UCUUO l.u woiuuima, u nearest and most practicabl9. . JOIIN CODINGTON & CO. ANNOUNCE to tho Traveling Public tbatthejre now; ronninjr as a Ferry across tbe Missouri Jiver at Anentirehf new, substantial and commodious STEAM FERRY BOAT, Which arrangement will secure a certain and safe passage at, all times and in all kinds of weather. The Proprietors do not assert boastiriglj, or for 'he purposeof g'ining custom merely, but are governed by facts, w hen they say this is the best crossing of the Missouri River in Nebraska, and when they say the route from Erownvillo to Fort Kearney and from thence to California is tbe nearest for evidence they refer the reader to tho napof the Country; and are warranted in saying it is the most practicable route by personal eiperiencp,as well as that of hundreds of others who bare traveled it. We claim therefor that this crossing and route holds out peculiarly favorable inducements, to persons going to California, and solicit their patronage. Not withstanding our superior arrangements for a safe and?peedycros3ing, ourcharges are thesame asother Ferriesin Nebraska, all being regulated by Legisla tive enactment. - fgritecol'ect that with our facilities cf Power, no kinds of weather will prevent our Boats from making regular trips at all hours. 22f A skilfand hanl will be in readiness tocross foot passengers at all times of night. n20 November 11th, 1857. Steam ItOIill Patent Portable Mill, TOE subscribers bare entered into a partnership under the firm of Reed, Ilolabird & Co., to manufacture the J. C. Reed, Patent Portable Grist Mill and are now prepared to furnish all those in want of a good Corn or Wheat Mill that for dura bility.simplicty and economy ; excel any Mill in the world. On the lata exhibition of the Mechanics institute in Cincinnati, a Gold Jfedal wasawarded them for it. It is adapted to all Grain grindingpurposes ; it is superior to all others for the most extensive Merchant Mill, as it is forgrinding the Farmers feed by Horse power. The above Mills are manufactured by the under signed at theirshop in Cincinnati, O., where they jon be furnishedin anyquantity atshort notice. The above Mills warranted to perform as follows: 3fi lii.diam., pcrhouroO B. Corn, 25 Wheat, .JO " " " " SO " . 15 " 250 24 " " " 20 " 13 " 200 20 " 16 " - 8 . 150 As this Mill tells its ownstory.it is unnecessary to efrom ournumerousrccoininendations.reeeived. NEBRASKA tITY IiiEvir" iko Corapnny, Capital Stock 650,000. NEBRASKA CITY, X. T. TIIIS Company, under a liberal charter, is bow fully organized, and theii entirecapiUl stock of Fifty Tiionxoud l)llarn, paid in and secured. They are prepared, from this date, to grant pen policies, and take risks, up n equal terms, with the most lavored Insurance Company any where. Having adopted the mutual principle, its patrons, without incurring any liability, will share in the profits of thecompany. The operations of the Company, will be con3ned, forthe present, to marine, or cakgo risks, with a maxirnuniliability of $12,500 on any one bottom. Being the only Insurance Office, on the above pop ular plan, West of the 'Missouri, it confidently ex pects a generous support from Western Merchants. Wc respectfully invite the Missouri River pa ronage. director?: S.F.Nuckolls, Cbas. F. Holly, II. P. Rennet, J.L.Armstrong, . W. N. Hinchman, Miles W.Brown, A. A. Bradford. officers : CHAS.F. HOLLY, President. J.GARSiDEjSec'y. St. Louis Agent Col. W.P.Howard. . April 2d. 1S58 421- B. T. LrSHBAUOH. JJiO. L. CARS05 LTJSHBATJGH & CARSON, BANKERS AND GENERAL LAND AGENTS, Dealers in Coin, Uncurrent Money, Exchanpeand Land Warrants, BROWNVILLE. NEMAHA CO., N. T. Especial attention will be given to Buyins and Selling Exchange on the principal cities of the United States, Gold, Silver, and uncurrent Bank Notes. A constant sup ply of Land Warrants on hand tor sale, fob cash, or en tered on time for Pi e-eraptors. All Warrants sold by ns guaranteedin every respect. Will file DeclaratoryState ments of intention to pre-empt, and prepare Pre-emption Papers at short notice. Money loaned upon best securi ties, at western rates ot interest, and investments made in Lands or city property lor distant capitalists. Collec tions upon all convenient points will be promptly attend ed to and proceeds remitted in exchange, at current rates. Bills of Exchange on Knpland, Ireland, and France, ob tained at usual rates, with cost of Exchange on the East added. Deposits received on Current account aud interest allowed on special deposits. OFFICE Main St., near V. S. Land Office. REFERENCES Lind, Brother St Co., Merchants, Philadelphia, Pa. McNaushton, Carson &. Co., " " " Hiser St White, " . Baltimore, Mi. . Touni?, Carson & Bryant, " " " Jno. Thompson Mason, Col'r of Port, E. M. Punderson fit Co. Merchants, " " M. M. Teak I e 4t Co. No. 17, Broadway, New York. Win. T. Stnithson, Esq., Banker, Washington, D. C. J. T. Stevens, Esq., Att'y at Law, " Jno. S. Gallaher, Late 3d Aud. U. S. T.t " Taylor St Kriegh, Bankers, McClelland. Scruccs &. Co. Merchants, Hon. Thos. G. Pratt, Hon. J. W. Geary, Ex-Gov. Kansas, Hon. Jas. O. Carson, P. B. Small, Esq., Pres't S. Bank, Col. Geo. Schley. Att'y at Law, Charles Parsons St Co. Bankers, . II. C. Xutt&Co. " Greene, Wearc & Rice, " Doiiplass At Watson, " Col. Sam Hambleton, Att'y at Law, Judge Thos. Perry, Prof. H. Tntwiler, Oct. S, '57-v2-nl5-tf Chicago, 111. St. Louis, Mo. Annapolis, Md. Penn. Mercersburg, Pa. Hagerstown, Md. .ft 44 Keokuk, Iiwa. Council Bluff " Des Moine, " Vinton, " Easton, M l. Cumberland, Md. Havana A iataqia. J. B. JENNINGS. J. B. CT1ILD3. J, B. JENNINGS & CO. EXCLUSIVELY Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Cor. 2nd and Frances sis, St. Joseph Mo. HAVE just recievedby late arrival, at much be low the regular rates" of freight, a heavy stck of Groceries, which bavin;; been purchased at extreme ly low prices, will besoid unusuallv cheup for cash. We respectfully invite buyers to an examination of our stock. 50 bhds new crop Sugar, fair to prime, at reduced piiccs 1000 sacks G A and Kanaka gilt 500 bis superfine, extra and extra fine Flour fillO sacks . . " . " " 20 tierces new Ui;e 400 hf and rr boxes Star Candles 100 boxes family Soap 500 boxes Kio Coffee, good fair to prime 50 bis crushed and. powdered Sugar 200 bis and hf bis butter, soda, sugar and wine Crackers 400 kep assorted Nails 150 coils ma nnilla rope, from J to inches 75 boxes parl Starch 50 boxes HX10 nud 10X12 Class 500 doz 8X10 and 12 and 12XU window sash .. 100 sacks new dried Apples 100 box"- iniiri.il.guij:.owder, young hysou and black Ta 150 boxes as.-arted and fancy Candy . 50 boxes suir Toys and 'ium drops juu whole and h! arum i igs 50 boxes layerHaisens - 200 boxes Gla.-gow nnd Virginia Tobacco . 100,000 Segars, variou brands 150 boxes, ind 25 bis Smoking To' acco 600doien Field's celebrated Uvsters 150 boxes WK. P Fund E I) Chccso . Wooden ware in every variety: Cotton batting, Candle wick, wrapping yarn, hemp twine, whit.j fish I otomac herring, fresh Goshen butter, cranberries, orange , fresh and preserved fruits, jellies, pickles, lobsters, pepper sauce, catsups, pepper, allspice, gin ger, currants, prunes, rcrmacilli. macaroni, nuts of all kinds, etc etc. ; CEHides, peltries, beeswax and all other hinds of produce taken in exchange for goods by J. B. JENNINGS & Co. Jan'y 20 1359 SOyly VTCTOUIOU3 OVEH IACl BSIGQ'S ARCTIC Wmst " Atronv r , beak!, or dn-j art the question iiitoUm " a-lfpt,or h-jwUb t cine by tli n.rlTr t ! diwa n'ud in'uiri. 1 wvcltli iiKi'ryiB,,tf!('.: tin.!iWicd tamn. n.'C'- K.ANE, 1 it., fli-a..T tp, J. ?in ot eternal jt it " in? in'i swera! in ton of tiie civiUed gioul? nArvclou tun- rw ttt'?1? exciting as'.ouihlimrut. '" THE -AFFLICTED 'It'EJOlcj, luve iete.J'iW tirt; , . ' rej.Heinjr in f,-d m fr,, ,,, lmrin PAIN' , lt.rM which other ruiM-.ii.". 1,,,) ti etire. Uare rou tl, pTT1 CliniS. MllJAKiH MAT1SM.. Kh-H i'i At'llK or 'ItHVIH .A( HKJ aniict?.l nit'tf 0. M)I:Ksk""1' ffrim from IMU SR- "p TIIE AUCTIC'lIX: will allorl yo.i iii,; trerjVlj m UWt .N, FrthwK flrm.ir. vtciiW,, AKCI'.O- UNlMr.NT I nnd. of. "'in 7 "n J wn.i. for it nl,.,.,, - Kin uf 1 1 ii . kffpn. ' nat liM C Khri?k ort!frinli nttn, 1 ii!oiro ami rulla.ii.Mi i- ? fL' , i reel that ..m .raiw.fV . wr j acoeille f ?i.cli.!r,Mw ;, " THE H0THEUS COilPAJTi. It enre CAKF3 n BR K A st, :,r'f HiUKl.ns, ri.vri.f.4.' die ho l'nxe BinA. oiil of imi Ir.XIn!, j and all diciuraiHM (14 , creNCHice. Iionlj m1.- tli'se'trepsMT nn domniii mmhiik il f, wi!h the jtllHir' l iMJlrNj It in "X;f U-iit for Hi I!,, giving it a loullliT, ix'Miance. Tit GOOD FOR MAIT AND" BEAST. H is a nvw'i;n trnw't V 1 11 asriou liri-n . which l;orMi aimric:H tr in 111 Biot r'arininini r.ui MS. M i:ain?, r:.: HALT. WOfXIs. S KV K-.WKKN'V.M-ATIN.K-; PUNF. W-IWAV. It fcVII, Ac. N tirmrr. U RtaMff Un-jx-r. or an outdid niunhle UiiK.'a flionld l without Huh it, ble miie'v. For sale by all reipctabln lrug;iU nd TeWr Trices of the Liniment, C5 cent 50 c-i.U ami SUW tie. A one-dollar bottle coutBiu as much -Ijuin.fn; tight tweuty-Iive ceut btUe EXTRA030IXARY JIXX0 rXCMEST, Every piirchas:r of a collir Imtile ff lh U ('!: IMKN'T recure. at Ir. Urap? eit--': u.e I '.;.,: STATBJ JOL'UAU of Na- 'oii. lor 01. ::. U Journal is -n larg iihilratd ai -1 1 ih:ih1.it tainiiijr sixteen ia?;p-. heaiitirully vrinlfd on rlr.: paper, arvl filled witlt-orituuil ma'ier trom ihe'imw. Lant writers of U e eouulry. t rtilicsite ot fc.i'i-r and full particulars of lh novel nl' lol .iiil n t lerprise. of which this offer torn part,, will acom.pa j eacn Doiue. - An AdKN'T TTAXTFO-ir IIItACiO t lit N'rw Comrounicatimis shojld alwa b addrrmwd 10 .-L ;.. -if VI i MAI YY tr... TFO-in FYFP.Y T'r' an f TTTT ! ( JLIiHOWKS, St. I.ovK Mo I , - s. r-i f 1 i 1 i j 1 I irii irn r.. .... i ".t. SoM ly J. 1I.MAUN CD. Brcwnvillei X T. STRENGTUEMNCI CORDIAL AND . " BLOOD PUEIFIER!! rrflKitreatet renie ' dy in the world. Thiscordial ii distilled from a Berry know " onty to myself, a yi "111 j I'J T-i-i 7i f I 'I "chlmically combined 5 rf with S4.ine of the Blot ' t tl "valuable medica I root?, V?f4 J herbs and bark known - ii to the niii.d of man, 1 t viz: oI-mmI rool, blaii . 11 root, r iid cherry bark, j rel low dock, dandle- ? 1 lulns. s,iraparil!a eld er flowers, wih other, SMl fallible remedy.or the SSy roiirarii.n 01 ue.iiu iifS.i-iJe Before takins'j? fs natures AfUr 'laiit? OWN REMEDY, curinx creases t5 niturll li When taken its healing infl'iencais felt foiirs;BH tt.' S every vein of the body, purityw.ir and "ce'ij! 3: :i circulation' of the blotid. It nentraliza L-''' J matter in the 6tomach, and btreugtaetis tha hole i'V? nixation. . McLean's Strengthening Cardial rill rJ'trnHynrt Liver Complaints Dyiprptia. Jaundice or Nervous Debiltij. Diseases of the and all Diseases arisimj from a DUrd(t'i Liver or Stomach. . Ileartburn, inward pile, acid. ty or sickness of ,"',, ach. f u 1 Inessof billed to the hesd, dull pain or '.nsni. 4 in the head, palpitations of the heart, ch.-kinst ailiix feelinss when lavins down. drueM or ftd-M of the ikin and eyevsuJ'len fluhbes of heat, ie??'-1 ot spuits. &c. There is no mistake about it. This cordial will never fail to core any of th diseases, if taken as per directivns gu each twii.e. -German, English and French. Over half a million of lolt.'ts Ila-ve been sold d urine the pat six months. a-t l" ,8 instancebs it faileJ in Ki vin futire satisf act:- n then will fnffer from weakness or debility wbea Lean's Strengtheniriir Cordial will cure y;u? . To the Ladies. Do you wish to be healthy and str ni? Tenl" onteand setsonief McLean" Cordial? It ":' -vt1 then and rnviporateyoiir blo-d to fi'w thru'li vein, and the rich rosy Moom ol beallh to uniU ' cheek again, livery bottle warranted t give 91 Ji tion. For CMld'ren. We say to parents, if yoilr tiiildrap areick!y. V'xt' afflicted with coniplaintr preva e-U aiii'WiH clu.drrn tbem a f.niall quantity or, .VeLe.m' C" ila4- il . rapidly, becausest always cure. DeUy atn"0'3' Every Cowitry Mt rcfxtkl ShonJd not leave th" city until he h;id r'. 'f1 ply of McLean's Strenu'thenins i.nlt.i. A i "r discount wi ll be made to thoe w'a. b::jr to sell i''3 CAUTION Beware M druggist -r deiJer w'' '' try to palm n..B you sorae Bitter or Sar.oHi :i which ttM-y.cau buy the ip, by yin it i mt J" Avoid mtcIi nieu. Ak f ,r Mi Le.in'- Strer.."!'"' ' dial, ami take iioibii.tf el.-e. It "i. Use on'y r'"' will purify tbe blood throughout, and at the ftre'iftihea tbey-tem. . , One table pooiiiul taken every mriiinz is a fr "' p.eventivc forrholera, chill and fever. ye:ij' Jey''" any pi evaiou' disease. ' - Piioeouly $1 per bottle, or 6 i'" . - J II . 55ol trr prior r ' tfe Also, McLean's Vo!inu-Oil L:i"n'-. JjPriricipil !ei-t ou th corner cf 'f"i " streets. St l,.uis, I. ' . 31 clarans Volcanic Oil Linimf01' The best liniment in the .-or:d f.r "rc' ,. ;- Another Bur aiky!tf"'- Performed by McLean's Volcanic-Oii LinitM if for youre'iVe Thomas Ko d, a hlackMuith, liirncnesr Tj-" Tenth street had a lu raible n.rs.in? .re w '"" He tried vti,.ns Liiwinerts. Snn'. c. butc',: ' tnl I"" ry k'k1. He desp.i.'re-l . I o er tei.i; abie to GENTS'; DRESS GOODS. ".JACOB 3IARn0X, MERCHANT TAILOR, BBOWNVILLE, ITEBRASKA. Kespectfuilyannouncei to the gentlemen of Brown ville and vicinity that he has just received from tna East a iarge btock of very superior goods and latest styles. Cloths, Vestings, &c., TFhi. h he will manufacture on very favorable terrn. He flatters himself that h ujidcsnnds his business thoroughly and all work wan-anted coming from his es tablishment, and charges as low as any other couinctitor ia this place or the Wet. - A Qat Fit Guaranteed trade asin. U-c tue he 'iid ':"t tear any foot: and by one bottip-oJ MiLeao's Volcaun. nient he Kiiowperfectlycured. , .. KNeinnatisui, neuralgia, paralysis, lri-f- " stilfness in the joints. r .nmscld, wel throat, eirache or ti-o;hu( be, &c. yield to il? BJ!'" llueiice of tbiir wonderiul Iiiiiient. ' ,r-f For horse aud 'cattje, it is ail infallible 'eR,,... chafer, scrau-hes. cracked heels, lanieifCs. ita li, bruises, swellings, wounds, 'tattis-Mtake ti!f4jj j vari'ins other diseases which animals are.liJ''f 5' .' injuries or accident. ' .j- Every country merchant should obtain a ,n"p!'''.,a Lean's Volcanic Oil Limuent. It sells rapidly hi. it alwayscires. . ' " A liberal discount will be made to mercbaiis c to hel a'ain. - . .i u" le by J n McLEAN-, proprietor, -Third audTine street.", St Lonis Mo- " -LIVERY STABLE. AVM. ROSSFLL, BUOWNVILLE, IT. T. Announces to tbe public that be is prepas . w modatethosewisbin?wi;h Carriapes ami iBlirf geiher with Koo.Uafe horses, for cam fort and -etlx veiling.- He will also board horses by tne.ua, mo'h- . fs-TERUS FAVORABLE .d . Jirpe 10, 'dS. 601 f . . " J..D N.'THOIMPSON, " Attorney at Has resumed his professional tuine3. . ' ticeinalltbe Courts. uf.Sebraika, lu .r Atchinn county, Mo. , Bro?"' 03:cconed-orwcStofI.T.w-hyUSU.rr, ebrasKa. M' ' Brownrii:, irt. 15JI- .