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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1859)
. . JOHN A. PONN,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IK
,; DUY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BliOWJSVILE Ht. T.
Baring established himself at the old aland recent
ly occupied by
. joiin Mcpherson,
Et ! now offering and receiving for sale one of the
AND BEST ASSORTED STOCKS
Ever Brought in this Territory
E baa an extensive and varied assortment of
- STAPLE AXL FAXCY
A Large Stock of Choice Family
UN Til III I
Wholesale and Retail.
And a fine assortment of
He has also on hand a large lot of
DESKS, BUREAUS, SC, SC.
A well selected Stock of
HARDWARE AAD CUTLERY,
Q UEENS WA R E,
ECA.TS & C APS,
Boots and Shoes.
He pledges his customers to sell
as cheap as any other house in the
city, and that his goods in quality
and style shall be unsurpassed.
HEAVY SHIPMENT OF
Main Street, 17,
Has just received per steamers Sioux
rv . t I J nr-i J
Vity, xvyiana.Asa vngus, anu
WHICH IS THE LARGEST EVER
OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
GLASS "W A. R E,
HARD WARE ft CUTLER Y,
Iron and Nails,
HATS & CAPS,
Boots and Shoes,
!P 3L, O.W S.
IP xxirxxitnxi o ,
. D. JEKM.VOt.
J. B. JEMINGS & CO.,
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
Corner of Second and Francis Streets,
ST., JOSEPH, MO.
The Senior partner of this notue i now below tank
ing beary shipments of
A lairr portion of -hicn will arrtve hi a few days on
mroeri Carrier and Asa Wilgn.
Having made arrangements with one of tbe bstliills
ef St. Lonu fof weekly supplies of
Choice Brands of Flour,
They will be able to offer to retailers and consumers,
at all times, tbe
Ycrj Best Flour.
At the very lowest prices,
ETcry Bnshcl and Sack Warranted
They bare aho on tbe way from the Eastern Cities a
hrffe and choice selection of
WOODEN WARE, CORDAGE,
'And. every Article appertaining to tKe
" JL r of which has been bought at tbe
Lowest Cash Prices,
AnJ tWy pedrr themselves to sell tbcm as low as any
lkn.se in North Missouri. They respectrulty fcolicit a
continuance of the patronage of their customers anJ
tbe community generally. ,
j. B. J-EXXIXGS & CO.
St. Joscrh, Feb. 15, '& 35-1 n
Office of American Bank Note Company.
J. J. O'SILINESSY,
. Corner Plate & Lithographic Printer
nxidmeand VUltimr tards, Door Plates, Office Peals.
vTfp?ibliIiend Presses, Drafts, Invoices, and
??ZlI? IvJy tlnA promptly executed and sent h,
efosLab every J P buf laxei Bri
Ktpress. A'jZ fjL two dollar, by new and
hrtutiful protest am)J whtn rcowrrd on
r.r9Aoirft nrrnr, temples fJG,
tec nfroslta p
Call and Examine his
Ladies' Dress tods
Of the Very
The experience he have had in trade in
this city warrants him in saying he is
confident tre can give
To his old Customers in
AND JOHNSON COUNTIES,
He returns thanks for past, and hope for,
not only a continuance, but increased pa
April 1st. n40
WHEELER & RAITEY,
Announce to tbe public that they have recently pur
chased and refitted tbe NEW. POFULAB, AND
COMMODIOUS HOTEL In
tnown as the Brownville House, and are now prepared
to entertain and accommodate travellers, sojourners,
and day boarders in a style second to no other Isouse in
the West, livery effort will be made to entertain, plenoc
and make comfortable all who may favor the Brownville
House with their patronage.
will at all times be supplied with the substantial! and
delicacies of the seasons, day, and country In which we
Is well fitted up, and suppliod with the choicest liquors
to be round. f
Arrangements have been made with Wm. Roiseit, pro
prietor of tbe City Livery Stable, who is prepared wrt
as good accommodations as can be found anywhere.
Mr. R. altio keeps an excellent Livery Stable for the
accommodation of tbe public.
WIIEELER U BAIXET.
April 1st, 186D, 40-ly
ED. W. MOORE,
General Steamboat Cgent,
FORWARIilS'Q 4' COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NEBRASKA CITY, N.T.
Goods solf on Commission andprompt returns made.
Particular attention pWm to receiving, Storing an for
warding 1 1 kinds of fre:tf4 and produce.
Offlceon the Levee.
Storekonse In the same block with Kearney Hotel.
Refer to the Merchants of Nebraska City;
Flfe&.UichitelStLouiBMk; 1 Harper & Sender St.T-ouLs;
John A. Warden " Joseph Mclntyre "
Sbkifrd, Finney Co'! Barcklay, KinklefcrA
Jttril23 IV vl-tl-ly
COX & ROBERT'S
IE "37 ES 1
mil 11 cffii,
Blade by ILlngrsland & Ferguson,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
THE above named machines are unquestionably the
most simple, cbenp and durable offerea for sale. They
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 FOL K HOUSE THRESHER
AND CLEANER exhibition.
It having threshed aud cleaned more Wheat,
ii a better style, in a given time,
than any other four h orse
JIachineon the ground.
Onr Lever Cabin llortt Power was awarded at tbe
same fair tbe 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. Orders tilled promptly.
J. II. MAXXY'S
MOWER A1TD REAPER.
Kingslands & Ferguson,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
WE are this season prepared to furnish this widely
known and justly popular Mauhine with all the new
and valuable improvements, and made in a style certain
to place it in advance of all others.
Its pant sncccss, both as a Keapcr ana Jdower, warrant
us in recommending it to purchasers as a machine that
will give perfect satisfaction in every particular.
Our facilities for manufacturing will enable us to nil
all orders promptly, but would be pleased to receive
orders, so that we may fill them on the day they are
t30rders respectfully solicited.
KIXGSLAN'DS & FERGUSON,
Cor. id and Cherry Sit. St. Louie, Mo.
May 19 no47-tf
NEMAHA LAND AGENT,
SURVEYOR & ROTARY PUBLIC,
Will select lands, investigate titles, pay taxes, &c,
either in Kansas or Nebraska; buy, sell, and enter
lands on commission; invest in town property, buy or
sell the same, and will always have on hand correct
plats of townships, counties, &c, showing alllands sub
iectto entry, and where desired will furnish parties liv
ingin 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 Brownville or Nemaha
City, Nebraska Territory. 6m-42-v2
SEIGEL & GREENBAUM,
Main Sfreety Brownville, Nebraska
Have just received per steamer White Cloud a
Which they will sell for cash ahafle cheaper than has
ever before been offered in this market.
March 31,1859 u40
HAN XIRAI, & ST. JOSEPH R. R.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. ON AND AFTER
Friday, April 8th :
Express Train leaves St. Joseph 6": 00 A.M.
Accommodation leaves " 6:00 P.M.
Freight leaves " 6:15 A.m.
Express Train arrives at St. Joseph 10:30 p.m.
Accommodation arrives at ' 6:00 P.M.
Freight arrives at " 4:00 p.m
Freight taken to any point East, West, or South, at
lower rates than by any other route
Shippers will please deliver their freight at the Depot
tbe day previous to shipping.
A LINE OF PACKETS
Will run in connection with the Road, above St. Joseph
to the Blufis.
Connect at St. Joseph from all parts of Kansas, Nebras
ka and Western Iowa. Travelers from Nebraska and
Western Iowa will find this the
Quickest, Easiest and Cheapest
Route to all point on the Mississippi river and East.
THROUGH TICKETS can be bad at the offlco at St.
Joseph lor nearly all parts of the country.
Chief Eng. and Supt.
P. B. Groat, Gen'l Ticket Ag't. no45
tjEE Regular St. Joseph, and
BLT WEAVER, Master, CnAT. SALISBURY.
WILL leave St. Joseph, every Sunday morning at 1
o'clock, AM; ((ho connecting Rail Road Train having
reached St. Joseph 11 o'clock P M;) for Boston, Iowa
Point, Forest City, v lute Cloud, Rulo, Winnebago,
Arago, St. Stephens, BROWNVILLE, Sonora, Linden,
Nebraska City, Rock Bluff, Bethlehem, Plattsmoutb,
Pacific City, St. Marys, Bellevue, Council Bluff, and
Coming up arrives at Brownville on
Mondays, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Going
down leaves Brownville on Wednesdays
4 o'clock, P. M.
Take passengers through to St. Louis in 43 hours via
nannibal and St. Joseph R. R.
Tickets for sale on the boat for all points East, North
and South. CRANE & HILL, Agents.
no46-tf Brownville, N. T.
1859. Missouri River. 1859.
Regular St. Louis and
Sioux City Packet.
For Fort Randall, Niobrarah, Sioux City, Dakota, Ova
rii, Decatur, DeSoio. Crescent city, Florence, Omaha.
Council Bluffs, Bellevue, St Marys, Plattsmoth, Ne
braska city, Linden, BROWNVILLE, White Cloud,
Iowa Point. Amazona, St Joseph, Atchison, Sum
ner, Leavenworth, Kansas, Lexington aud all points
ttfyAPS t TOE well and wldly known light
f lfcte? draught freight and unexceptionable
V , passenger steamer OMAHA, has re-
PisTTIi ofeLaJ gumed her regular trips in the above
trade (and all intermediate points on the Missouri river)
and continue them punctually and regularly through the
The Omaha having undergone a thorough renovation,
both inside and outside, expressly for the above trade.
is now in the most perfect and complete order in every
department ! and we trust by a strict attention to bt-si-
ness the wants or shippers ana comtonor passengers to
merit a continuance of tho very liberal patronage be
stowed upon us in past seasons.
ANDREW WINELaND, Master
J JCWETT WILCOX. Clerk
CRANE HILL, Agents,
Brownville, N T
May 12 no
rjEEt Regular St Joseph, and
54:?3 Omaha Packet
WM GRAY, Master. J A STEVENS, Clerk.
WILL leave St. Joseph every Wednesday morning at
1 o'clock, A M; (the connecting Rail Road Train having
reached St. Joseph 11PM.) for Boston, Iowa Point, Forest
City, WhiteCloid,Rnlo, Winnebago, Arago, St. Stephens,
BROWNVILLE, Sonora, Linden, Nebraska City, Rock
Bluff, Beihlehhem, Plattsmouth, Paciflc City, St. Marys,
Bellvue. Council Bluffs and Omaha.
Coming up arrives at Brownville on
Thursdays, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Going
down leaves Brownville on Saturdays 4
o'clock, P. M.
Take passengers through to St. Louis in 43 hours via
Hannibal ft St Joseph R R
Tickets for sale on the boat for all points East, North
CRANE & HILL, Agents,
no4S-tf Brownville. X. T.
The undersigned having bad considerable experi nee
in planting and cultivating Osage Orange Hedges, nere
hi- inform the nublic that they are now prepared to con
tract either planting, setting them out, or growirx nl
cultivating the fence complete. Growing hedges of
their planting can be seen on me tarrns or a. a. en
nedy, . Crow, J. Bkeenanu oioers m loiscouaiy
D. C fc T. ANDERS.
Cept 2, lOt'f
That Great Remedy,
SO LOXG SOUGHT,
Is 2F"oixxxcl .at Xj&rt!
This remedy, claimed by tbe medical profession and
ihe multiplied thousand that have used it and tested
its wonderful curative properties, to be the greatest
discovery in medical science, and nature's own remedy,
is the result of years of toil and study, ty one of Ohio's
favorite physicians, in order to produce something that
would meet the wishes of suffering hummity, and thou
sands from the princely palace and humblest cottage
can testify to the immediate relier found by its use.
For wantof space we only offer a few of the many evi
dences in its favor.
' MOLirE, IL., Feb. 19, 1857.
MESSRS. S. K. MANN & CO We find your Ague
balsam superior to any remedy in our market for the
permanent cure of all malarious diseases. We cheer
fully recommend it as worthy that great name it has
wherever sold and used.
Very Truly Yours, RICHARDS &. THOMAS.
To the sufferers from Chills, Fever and Agne, I cheer
fully submit the following: Having observed closely
the effects of Dr. Mann's Agne Balsam in this vicinity
for the past three years, I am well pleaded with its re
medial virtues as an antidote to malaria, l nave fre
quently used it in my practice, and with entire satis
faction. From my lutimateknowledgeof this compound
I recommend it as safe, promt and efficient.
N. E. HACKEDOM, M D.
Galion, Ohio, April 1st, 185S.
Bluftow, Ind., May 17, 1868.
MESSRS. S. K MANN fc CO. Havin? sold your Bal
sam for the past three years to scores or 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 effectuallycure chills fever and
will effectually cure chills, fever and ague without fail.
Truly Yours, PHILLIMAN & KEARNS, Drug'ts.
LOGAKSPOXT, Ind., Sep. 13, IS5G.
DR. MANN Please send me one half gross more of
your Ague Balsam immediately. It is in great demand,
and may be truly styled the King of Fever and Ague.
St. Louis, March 1st, 1868.
MESSRS. SC 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 agne remedies, and from all parts of the
west we hear the same cheering news it never fails
to cure its patient and is looked upon in this country
as the best medicicine for chills, fever and ague ever
in our market. O. J. WOOD & CO.
S. K. MANN & CO., Proprietors, Gal
ion Ohio. Sold by J. II. MAUN & Co.
no37 Brownville, N. T.
S3 C317 G "W 355 S
A NN0UNCES to the public that he has just re
XJL ceived, per Steamer Ryland, a very large and
well assorted stock of Parlor and Cook Stores, of
new and improved patterns,as follows:
Elevated Oven, New ,
olden Era. and every variety o
Parlor and Office Stores.
Japancd Ware, Brass XLcttlcs,
Lantherns, Copper Wai e. Sho
vels aud Ton irs.
All of which I pledge myself to sell at as fair rates
and on as accommodating terms as any other estab
lishment in this region of country.
I have also now on hand every requisite variety
of Tin, Copper and Shoetlron ware, and am 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 be undersold in the upper
Brownville September 2, 1868. ulu-ly
BETTER THAN GOLD.
To Druggists and Physicians.
IT IS IMPOSSIBLE to convey an adequate idea
of the immense good now being dono by Dr. Smith'e
"Electric Oil" of Philadelphia. I is important to
flaco it in the hands of all medical men as soon as
may bo, to save pain and suffering, in all cases of
accident Ac. Nothing has ever done what this arti
cle is doing in same time.
Piles More Wonderful Cures
Philadelphia, June 6, 1858.
Dr. Smith : I was suffering intensely from intern
al Piles ; was given up by two physicians. I was ad
vised to try Dr. Smith's Electric Oil, by injections.
The first application relieved the pain, and after four
applica ions I was relieved the pain, and after four
applications I was entirely cured.
Mrs. Mart Chittick.
271 Juniper St., two doors above South.
From the N. Y. Times, 13.
The Rush. Yesterday more than twenty ladies
visited Dr. Galutia B.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 Stmikk In? Yes, a pimple, an incipient
gathering which for a timo appears on the surface
and by a trifling change in the absorbents is taken
up and carried out though tbe circulation "stris.es
Just so docs this (genuine) Oil act on the alior
bente of the human being.
I-IT CURES, it is MILD,itdocs NO HARM
It CAN DO NO HARM.
Greatest Cure In The World!
For Toothache or any other Painr
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 Oil cures Rheumatism.
Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Pain.
Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Toothache.
Smith's Electric Oil a cure for I)cafne?s.
Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Neuralgia
Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Swelling.
Smith's Electric Oil a cure for stiff Joints.
Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Felons.
Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Broken Breast.
Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Sore Throat.
Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Burns.
Smith's Electric Oil a cure for Paralysis.
It is soothing and pleasant ; it gives more perma
nent as well as instant relief than anything ever be
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. Elkinton,
a physician who has practiced since 1836 (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 as
to make it necessary to administer large doses of the
tincture of guiacumand mcrphia, 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 ycur city) I informed him of
an attack she had about the middle of last month,
(January), which was of such severity as to com
pletely paralyse the system. Ho, in bis anxiety for
his mother's welfare, sent me a bottle of your Electric
Oil, but as I am one of the practioner? of medicine
in our place, and not a proselyte to any kind of patent
medicine, I did 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-third of the bottle was
used not a vestage of the-jiisease remained, and she
still continues well, although she rode out a distance
of fourteen miles without a renewal of any of the
8Tmptcm3. I therefore felt it my duty, for the sake
of suffering humanity, to forward this testimonial.
1 am yours truly.
JOSEPH P. ELKINTON, M.D.
Believe and Avoid Pain.
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
have a limb swollen from GOUT, LNFLAMATORY
RHEUMATISM, a BAD SPRAIN, a BURN, a long
growing and PAINFUL ABSCESS, you would soon
know it if relieved, without the aid of imagination.
ESTThe public are respectfully cautioned to be
ware of SPURIOUS OIL, and to notice the name
of "A E. SMITn," and "GALUTIA B. SMITH," on
the label. "A. E. SMITH" id also blown in the glass
of 3 sizes. The largest bottles may be had at $5 for
tSLarge bottles are ten times the cheapest.
Western Depot and Manufactory at the Waro
VAN LEAR, BRITTAIN& HARDY.
Wholesale Druggists and Chemista, St. Joseph, Mo.
To whom all orders must be addressed. n-13-tf
1 WHITIXGR & WARR5N,
frhclesale Agtt., Nwbtasfca City.
A. LTFORD. T
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HATS AND CAPS,
Kails,Plov s, Sloves,Furniture, &c
April Oth, 1858.
IJritlGIIT STEAM SAW D2ILI
This mill commands the universal admiration of saw
mill men everywhere. As it merits become known, the
demand for it increases. Orders are coming from every
section of this country, Canada, Cuba, and South Ameri
ca. It is suited for every section of the world wherever
there U timber to be sawed, n matter of what character
how hard, how large or how small. Two estensivo ma
nufactories are now engaged in building these mills, yet
it is almost Impossible to turn them out as fast as they
are wanted. They embrace several valuable patents
and improvements, and combine all of the following ad-
Simplicity Both the mill and power arc o simple in
their constructton that anyone of ordinary mechanical
ability can comprehend them, put them up and run thera
without danger or difficulty.
Portability The whole establishment can be very
quickly taten apart and put togethar, thus rendering it
oasy to be moved from place to place asdesired. and sav
ing the necessity of drawing the logs a long distance to
Durability It is constructed in the most solid and
substantial manner, runs perfectly still, itt not liable to
get out or order, and will last for years without repair.
. 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-four feet
long in about three minutes. From this data any one
knowing the character of the timber can calculate how
much it will do.
Ejjiiciency It does its work well, cuts smoother and
straighter than the ordinary mills, and the arrangement
of the saw is such as to render it utterly impossible for
it to run 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
This mill requires less power to drive than any other
mill, and the power furnished is sufficient todriveextra
A circular containing full particulars will be sent to
any one desiring it. All ordert should be addressed to
BRAGG & BURROW'ES,
Corner Third and Market streets, St. Louis, Mo.,
sole agents for the Western and Southern States.
March 25, '63 48-ly
BEARD & BROTHER,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
SAFE AND SCALE WORK
SALYT LOUIS, 310.,
Bank Safes of Hardened Steel, and Chilled
Iron, Jewellers' and Express Safes,
Vaults, Bank Locks, &c.
The recent test of Safes of the different Manifactures
in tho GREAT FIRE of the City Buildings, in which
the Excelsior triumphed over all others, fully establish
es the superiority of the Excelsior Safe, which merits
the confidence of all interested in Safes, and the securi
ty of their contents. The Excelsior being the only safe
after being in the fire for ninety hours, and taken out
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, must
impress all with tbe necessity of examining their safes,
and those purchasing to be sure beyond a doubt, of the
Safe having stood the test and come out victorious, we
pledge ouselves to manufacture none but such as can be
relied on, and refer to the following
VTc, the undersigded, take pleasure in certifying to
the successful test Beard & Brother's Excelsior fire
proof Safes were submitted to in the burning of the City
Buildings, the nineteenth of November, 1856. and are jus
tified in recommending them to al I who need safes.
Hall & Smith Eddy jamfson & Co
Charles Blow &. Co samudl McCartniy
Partridge & co Josvph Kldde
Humphreys Tutt 4. Tfrry, John S thomason
Run yan Hillman &. Bros Bastd Wiley &Bastd
TILLAN ROZIET & CO
McMehan St BALLANTINE,
Von Phul WATERS &. CO
D A January it co
Barnard Adams & co
SCOTT At BRO
Brown Goddin & Co
W L EWINO fit CO
John II Hall S. co
Shapldiqh Day At co
Took the Premium over the best Eastern Manufacture
at tbe State Fair, in Saint Louis; is sold from thirty to
fifty per cent less, and guaranteed to be equal to any in
the United States.
Also manufacturers of
of Best quality, and
PUMPS of all Descriptions.
BEARD fit BRO.,
Xo. 15. Main Street, Saint Louis. Mo.
July 22.1S58. Iyv3n4
A. B. IIOLLABIRD & CO.,
Machinists, Founders and
Pront street, West of Smith,
ould most respectfully inform theirfriendsand
the public generally, that they are now pre
pared to exceute all orders in theirline, with prompt
ness. Having lately enlarged their shop and with
the increased facilities they now possess, they hope to
merit a continuation e liberal patronage which
has heretofore been extended to them.
Saw Mill Engines of every Description.
Constantly on hand: consisting of the Sash, Circu
lar and Sluley. Mill Gears and every description of
Jastings, 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 our line, would do
well to give us a call and examine our new pattern
OF THE NINETEENTH CEXTRY
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, MaIke, Jan 20, IS5S.
Prof. O. J. Wood, & Co.
Gentlemen: Having my attention called a few
months since to the highly beneficial effects of your hair
restorative, I was induced to makeapolication of it upon
my own hair, which had become 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 tho 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
aia now sixty years old my gooi wife at the age of fifty-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 resident
here for the last fifteen years, and am known to nearly
every one hire and adjoining towns Any use you may
makcor the above, with my name attached, is at your
service, as i wish to preseyve the beauties or nature in
others as well as myself. I am, truly your.?.
A. C. RAYMOND.
BaltIMOXE, Jan. 23, 1358.
Professor Wood Dear Sir: Having had the misfor
tune to loose the best portion of my hair, from the ef.
fects of the Tellow Fever in New Orleans in 1854, 1 was
induced to make e trial of your preparation, and found
it to answer at the very thing needed. My hair is now
thick and glossy, ana no words can express my obligation
to you in giving to the afflcted such a treasure.
The undersigned, Rev. J. K, Bragg, Is a minisier in
in regular standing, and pastor of the Orthodox Church
at Brookfield, Mass. He is a gentleman r great influ
ence and universally beloved. WM. DYER.
BROOFIELD, January 12, IScS.
Prof essor Wood Dear Sir: Having made trial of your
Hair Restorative, it gives me pleasure to say, that 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 nsed no other article with anything like
pleasure or or profit.
Yours truly, J. K, BRAGG.
The Restorative is put np in bottles of three sizes,
vis: large, medium and small; the small ones hold a
half pint each, and retails Tor one dollar per bottle; the
medium holds at least twenty per cent more in propor
tion than tbe small, retails for two dollars a bottle; the
large holds a quart' forty per cent more in proportion,
and retails for three dollars a bottle.
O. J. WOOD & Co.' Proprrstors, 312 Broadway. Xew
York, ia the great New Yorh Wire Railing establish
ment, and 1U Market St., St, Louis Mo.
Sold by J. H. MAUN & Co., Brownvil le, N. T.
Cash for Corn.
I will pay Cash for Corn delivered at Browuvilleor
other good shipping points on tbe Mif sr.uri Rivei
G. II. WILCOX
BTOnmlle,N. T. Kirch Ci, 1&F3 St
Brownville Steam Perry !
The Boute from Srownville to Ft. Kearney,
and from thence to California, is the
nearest fend most practicable.
JOIIN CODINGTON & CO.
ANNOUNCE to the Traveling Public that they are
now running as a Ferry across the Missouri jiver at
An entirely new, substantial and commodious
STEAM FERRY BOAT,
Which ar-angeracnt will secure a certain aad
safe pa33age at, all times and in all kinds of
weather. The Proprietors do not assert boastingly,
or forthepurposoof gaining custom merely, but are
.Vornort kv fWta. when thev sav this is the best
crossinz of the Missouri Kiver in Nebraska, and
. .. f t : 1 1 L1 .
when tney say tne route irom orownuio w
Kearney and from thence to California is the nearest
for evidence they refer the reader to the map of the
Country; and are warranted in saying it is the most
practicable route by personal experience, as well as
that of hundreds of others who have traveled it.
We claim therefor that this crossing and route holda
out peculiarly favorable inducements, to persons
going to California, and solicit their patronage. Not
withstanding our superior arrangements for a safe
and specdycrossing, our charges are the same as other
Ferriesin Nebraska, all being regulated by Legisla
If"RecolIect that with our facilities of Power,
no kinds of weather will prevent our Boats from
making regular tri ps at all hours.
55jr"A skiff and hanl will be in readiness tocross
foot passengers at all times of night.
n20 November llth,1837. -
Patent Portable Mill,
THE subscribers have entered into a partnership
under the firm of Reed, Holabird A. 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 tho la to exhibition of the Mechanics
institatein Cincinnati, a Gold Medal wasawarded
It is adapted to all Grain grindingpnrposes; it is
superior to all others forthemostextensive Merchant
Mill, as it is forgrinding the Farinersfoed by Horse
The above Millsire manufactured by the under
signed at theirshop in Cincinnati, O., whore they
con be furnishedin anyquantityatshort notice.
The above Mills warranted to perform as follows:
36 in. diam., per hour 50 B. Corn, 25 Wheat, $300
SO " " " " 30 " 15 " 250
94 n u 20 " 13 " 200
20 " " " " 16 " 8 " 150
As this Mill tells its ownstory,it is unnecessary to
e from our numerousrecommendations.received.
Capital Stock b'30,0uu.
NEBRASKA CITY, N. T.
rriniS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
1 fully organized, and theirentirecapital stock of
Fifty Thousand Dollar, paid in andsecured. They
are prepared, from this date, to grant open policies,
and take risks, upon equal terms, with the most
favored Insurance Company any where. Having
adopted the mutuil principle, its patron3, without
incurring any liability, will share in the profits of
The operations of the Company, will be confined,
for the present, to marine, or cargo risks, with a
maximumliabilityof $12,500 onany onebottoui.
Being tbe only iLsuraiicc Office, on the above pop
ular plan, West of the Missouri, it confidently ex
pects a generous support from Western Merchants.
We respectfully invite tho Missouri River pa
ronago. DIRECTORS :
S.F.Nuckolls, Chas. F. Holly,
II. P. Bennct, J. L. Armstrong,
W. N.Hinchman, Miles W.Brown,
A. A. Bradford.
CnAS .F. HOLLY, President.
St. Louis Agent Col. W. P. Howard.
April 2J, 1858. 421-
DRACO'S ARCTIC Lfc
THE AFFLICTED KEj0Ic
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' wl"ch t,ll"'r rnMi
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-ill T,.r.l . ".
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Emm AMD' SOALE?
-.is'lf? tfV For the drmiri.1
r .N3S-K)5-Hfsealde4 airiJk
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accesMl.le? Sucli ,M
balmy pii euutr,Ui,t,p-' f
THE MOTHERS' COilPAJicj,
R K I! A S T, SOKK
diet I.o Prm, -f
an.l all ilixculi.raum '
tlies-i trpspsseri on ,
i?tnn iti &u . ,t . I
: : i'!i tli" AKCTiC l;..j;. j
i lt.ii exwlluit fcr iijj, j
fv ' . i r rttii r it a liraliu .t. " !
Wr ieamoce. It is
GOOD FOR MAX! AND EEAST
It in M)Tf ripi !-;, i
inir the ni(t iilnrmmf,,.
Hait. Yorns n-
E VI Is Ac. o ifcrii'tr j
staWe ke-fr, or enj
Witm tiiUmble II flit.-;
olioiil.l 1 Uio4t U.4 t4 '
Lie renifOr. " i
For sale by all respectable rrnjgili anJIVi'.tn j
Prices of th Liniment. 25 cenii, 5cent n.l $: s
tie. A one (ltlktr bt;It coutauis as niucU I.ca.
eight twentjr-live cent bottles
Every purchaser of & dollar balc of llie ARCT.'.'.
IMEXT receive, at Dr. lSrage'a e5p-n', tli'K;
STATES JOL'RN'AI of New York, for one yp
Journal is a larg illustratetl p:vr ec'1
tainicg sixteen pus;s, beautifully rintwl on Clntv.,
paper, an.l lille.1 with original nmtter from tliai
liant writers of the country. Certificate of w'r:
and full particular of tlm Dorel ami j liilantiirtsi ,
terprise. of which this offer font a part, iH mm j
each bottle. '
An AGKXT TANTFTl in FXZTS TOWN" ami
BRAGQ & BtHBOWES, $t.Inlt,.
Xkw York Otice, No. 371 BWia!'4T.
Communications should alws t-e'aihlresned W A
j. II. MAUN kCO.
B. F. LTTSIIBAUOH. JNO. L. CARSOF
LUSHBAUGH & CARSON,
BANKERS AND GENERAL LAND AGENTS,
Dealers In Coin,
Uncnrrent Money, Kxcbange ami Lanl Warrants,
BROWNVILLE. NEMAHA CO., X. T.
Especial attention will be given to Buying and Selling
Exchange on tbe principal cities of the United States,
(Jold, Silver, and uncurrent Bank Notes. A constant sup
ply of Land Warrantson hand for sale, for cash, or en
tered on time for Pre-emptors. All Warrants sold by us
guaranteed in every respect. Will file Declaratory State
ments of intention to pre-empt, and prepare Pre-emption
Papers at short notice. Money loaned upon best securi
ties, at western rate:i of interest, and investments made
in Lands or city property for distant capitalists. Collec
tions upon all convenient points will bepromptly 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 Eat
added. Deposits received on Current account and interest
allowed on special deposits.
OFFICE Main St., near U. S. Land Offlce.
Llnd, Brother & Co., Merchants, Philadelphia, Pa.
McNauchton, Carson fit Co., " " "
Hiserfit White, Baltimore, Md.
Young, Carson & Bryant, '
Jno. Thompson Mason, Col'r of Port, " "
K. M. Punderson & Co. Merchants, " "
M. M. Yeakle &. Co. No. 17, Broadway, New York.
Wm. T. Smithson, Erq., Banker, "Washington, D. C.
J. T. Stevens. Eq., Att'y at Law, "
Jno. S. Gallaher, Late 3d Aud. U. S. T., " "
Taylor &. Kriegh, Bankers, Chicago, 111.
McClcl land, Scruggs fit Co. Merchants, St. Louis, Mo.
Hon. Thos. G. Pratt, Annapolis, Md.
Hon. J . W. Geary, Ex-Gov. Kansas, Penn.
Hon. Jas. O. Carson, Mercertburg,Pa.
P. B. Small. Esq., Pres't S. Bank, Hagerstown, Md.
Col. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Law,
Charles Parsons fit Co. Bankers, Keokuk, Iowa.
H. C. Xuttit Co. " Council Bluff"
Greene, Weare it Rice, " Pes Moiae, "
Douglass & Watson, " Vinton, "
Col. Sam Uambleton, Att'y at Law, Easton', Md.
Judge Thos. Perry, Cumberland, Md.
Prof. II. Tutwiler, . Uavana Alabama.
Oct. 8, '57-v2-nl5-tf
J. B. JENNINGS. J. B. CHILD3.
J, B. JENNINGS & CO.
Cor. 2nd and Frances sts, St. Joseph 3Io
HAVE just rcciuredby lato arrival, at much be
low the regular rates of freight, a heavy stock of
uiwcnca, wuicn naving Deen purchased at extreme
ly IOW prices, will be Sold unusual) v rlionr. f.ir o-K
We respectfully invite buyers to an examination of
UUI B LUCK
50 hhds new crop Sugar, fair to prime, at reduced
1000 sacks G A and Kanawa salt
500 bis superfine, extra and extra fine Flour
COO sacks " " " u
20 tierces new Rico
400 hf and qr boxes Star Candles
100 boxes family Soap
500 boxes Rio Coffee, good fair to prima
50 bis crushed and powdered Sugar
200 bis and hf bis butter, soda, sugar and wine
400 keg? assorted Nails
150 coils mannilla rope, from to l' inches
75 boxes pearl Starch
50 boxes 8X10 aud 10X12 Glass
500 doz 8X10 and 12 and 12XU window sash
100 sacks new dried Apples
100 boxes imperiaI,gunpowder, young hyson and
150 boxes as.-arfed and fancy Candy
50 boxes sugar Toys and Gun drops
100 whole and hf drum Figs
50 boxes layer Raisens
200 boxes Glasgow and Virginia Tobacco
100,000 Segars, VTriou brands
150 boxes, acd 25 bis Smoking To' acco
COO dozen Field's celebrated Oysters
150 boxes V R. P F nnd F. fi I
Wooden ware in everv vnrj-rv C.nttnn
----- - - j v v v v . a
Candlo wick, wmnnin? vnrn. hemn icinn ,
Fotomac herring, fresh Goshen butter, cranberries.
orange ,ircsu ana preserved fruits, jellies, pickles,
lobster?, pepper sauce, catsups, pepper, allspice, lin
ger, currant, prunes, vermaciili. macaroni, nuts of
all kind, etc etc.
SfHides. reltrie?. hopaw.ir uriil nil nth -r hlrla
V u ' , , .. . . V k u .
of produce taken in exchange for goods by
T t) U'vvivio t. n
Jan'y 20 1S59 30yly
rrns greatest reme
ay in tho world.
nihirirt. d I i
icith some r xtie mot 'fli
i-aluable medical 'exits V f
Serbs and tarki kn,wu 4 -!(
Thii cordial is (Jistillcf
from a Berry
''only to Uijrst!
A' chlinically com
to the niicd cf man.
viz: blood root, black
root, wiid cherry bark,
yellow dock, daudle
lolns. sarfai'ari'.Ia. eld
er flowers, wit!j others,
prcluciiig tbe most in-
lallit le remedy for the
ra&toration of healt
IT IS NATURE' S
OWN REMEDY, curing diseases by natural
When taken its healinf? influenceis felt onrsinr -every
vein of the body, purrfjing and -ce:ern-circulation
of the blo-id. It ncntraiizM '
matter in the stomach, and strengthen ihebl?
McLean's Strennthening- Cordial will tfuiwVy ct
Liver Complaints. Dyspfosia. j.'in.j.if
or Nervous Debiliiy. Diseases of tht aVftfyi,
and all Diseases arising from a Disorient
Liver or Stomach. '
Tleartburn. inward niles. acidity or MtkneJol 't"1
ach. fullnessof blood to tbe head, dull p.'in '
in the head, palpitations of the heart, ch kiitf 'jr"
aiing feelings when laying dowt, dryneKiT je!';,?
of the skinaad eyes,auddcuausheof heat, it9
of spirits, ficc.
There is namistake about it-
This cordial will never fail to cure any of.it f1-'
diseases, if taken as pr directions o eaca Iwu '
German, Knglish and French. , .
Over half a million cf botha
Ilave been sold during the pas-t ni'-niti,1
instance has it failed in giving entire iaifactijn
then will suffer from we.ikne of debility f-f
Lean's Strengthening Cordial will cure )ou.
To the Ladies
Do you wish to be healthy and str-n?? T'rt f
ite and get some of McLean's Cordial? I"1'1'..,
en and invigorate your bl l to flow throc
;in. and the rich rosy bloom of health to moaai w
eek again, Every bottle wartar.ted to giT M"
, white fi.h
GENTS' DRESS GOODS.
Respectfullyannounces to the gentlemen of Brown
ville and vicinity tint he has just received from the
Kast a iarge stock o! very superior goods and latest
Cloths, Vestings, &c.,
Which he will mannfactnre on very favorable terms.
He flatters himself that he understands his business
thoroughly and all work warranted coming from his es
tablishment, and charges as low as any other competitor
ia this place or the Weht.
A Seat Fit Guaranteed.
. For Children.
We say to parents, if your childeg TeKtr,' p
afflicted with complaints preva ent anion cbnd-rV
them a small quantity of ilcLean's CurJial- I
rapidly, because st always cure. D'"1T nc'1 3"'
Every Country 3Ierchunl
Should not leave the city tint.! he had procure"
ply of McLean's Streu?theniag' cordial- ' ;
discount win be made to those who b iy to e.i
CA UTION Beware of druggist or dealer",,
try to palm upon yon some Bitter or Sarnapaf'1
which they can buycheap, bv saving it i J""1
Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's Stren(r-.a,'n-
dial, and take nothing else. It is the only Ttm j
will purify the blood throughout, and at the s!
strengthen tho system.
One table spoonful uken every morning ' ftrtr
pjeventive forcholera;chill3 and lever, i'i,jW .
any prevalent disease,
Piice only $1 per bottle, or 6 bottle for
We proprietor of
xLean's VylcanirO; 1 p
i the ccrner of "
JTj"Prlncipal depot on
streets, St Louis, ilo. .
.UcLcan'N Yolcanic Oil Wnl3"
The best liniment in the trorld for cin "r,be.
Anr.tr.pr TJpmiilkat'ii? V"
- a a a v ai V
Performed kr tfrtivir,M-nir,riir (HI LinieD'
it for yourselves ' Vf.f
Thomas Ford, a blacksmith, living neir C
Tenth street, had a horaible runaing sore oil
He tried various Liniments, Sale &c hutc" y
no good. He despaired of ever being able toWl"yji.
trade again, because be ould nc t bear any if
foot; aDd by one bottle of ilcLeka's Volcanic v
ment he is now perfectly cured.
Rheumatism, ueuralgia. par:ynls, bmi-'f- ' f
stiffness In the Joints or muscld. el,lre?
throat, earache or toothache, be, yield tu the '
tlupnce of this wtnderfuniniment. a-ip?
For horse and cattle, it is aa lnfaHibls ry ity
chafes, scratches, cracked heels, lameness. pi
la, bruises, swellings, wounds, " t
variuns other diseases wbich aniiua!are,liab
injuries or accidents. ' ,tjtV
Every country merchant shouM obtain a frP'-ji
Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. It sells Wul-
A liberal discount will be madd tomercD"'
to sell again. . ,rr
53-i'or nale by J II VcLEAN. proprieturi-'-1
Third and Pine streets, St Louis, 5I.
BROWJTVIIiIiE. H". T. ...
Announces to the public that be is prfV ; r
.... . . :.w V...:.. tna and UUSS
mviate tnose wi.-uing iiatiw -. ..ib" ,
gethcr with gocxl safe horses, for emro"j J '
veiling. He will also bo am corses vj -nionth.
KJ-TERMS I At ViiABi,
June 10, '58. eotx
J. D N.
Attorney at XjJ
Has resumed his profassional Co'
tice in all the Courts of Xebra, na
Atchinsoneonnty, Mo. unu it's Stort, B'Qn
OiUce one door west of I. x.w nj
KebraKi. " "
Brown-. III. Arrll , 55.
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