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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1860)
II. V. FURN AG. EDITOR.
fop. president i:; h:d,
STEPHEN . A. EOUGLAS.
. Of the United States.
" . Of.Tcncsscc.
The pre:;::! r-rr.lcr clc. :s the
Hew quick four years have passed away !
Itec::s but yesterday we threw theirs
x'jrlcr cf cur paper to the pullic. Then
Erc.vnvills cc-taincd a few Icj i-lins,
scattered here and there among the hazel
cr.l ether undergrowth. Since then her
progress has been steadily and healthily
f sward ; and, to-day, she occupies a proud
p csiticn among "the growing and pros-
press young cities cf tha We:t. Then
there were net twenty-fire acres'cf land
' under cultiratica in Nemaha county, and
everything consumed was brought from a
distance: now, there are not less than
' f.fty thousand ac::s ender cultivation, and
hundreds cf thculand3 cf bushels cf
eurplus products, annually. Surely, there
is no jus. cause for complaint as to our
J regress. ..Without fear cf being charged
with c:tbn, we feel that the Advertiser
has dene its share, at least, in bringing
about these results, and, therefore, as a
home paper, has claims upon the citizens
v! the town and county for a mere liberal
eupprt than it has received. A country
newspaper is not an ordinary individual
entcrpri. , but one in which every citizen
especially property holders and business
men -are equally, if not more, interest
" cd than the publisher. It is the medium
through which they confer with the public,
ts.i by jvhich means they receive their
subs-is.ia.nce and vrcfits. Est we will cot
elaborate, and have but en" rivor to as
cf those for whose interest .e are labor
ing and have labored the past four years,
and that is to evinc. .he same interest in
cur behalf as we do in yours. There are
many, very many, persons in the county
an ' city who are not subscr.". ;rs to the
Advertiser j there are some businessmen
in the city who do net ivertise. Speak
to your neighbor and advise him to patron
ize his ho;:. 3 paper for which in most
,- instances, he can pay in trade which suits
v :f net as v. ell as cash, is equally as
L lace cl sending off for some
' .:crn city paper where he pays cash.
a. a friends or strangers v:c:'t our town,
"locking at the country," invite them to
The old beeby who
has disn. -;id ths
Presidential Chair, his party, and the
country, gives as his opinion for vetoing
the Homestead bill, that HE considered
"Obll sr Uri':Jjgt6.rE,
And thou, pale moon, t-ra paler 'A tLe sound".
Such a dimllati:: cf irnoraco r.nd
brazen-faced impudence, would be un
pardonable in an Otoe,cr Pawnee chief.
On Monday last Ir." llzss. Rogies,
reached this direct from the mines.
He brings the most gratifying and flat
tering intell :nce. He was in the firrt
company that left this city last Spring ;
slant J in I-Iauh ; hasu.de "a nice thing
cf it," and returned home inside cf four
m "ha. ' Ho will return as soon 'as he
can mike his arrangements. -.
The Brownville boys had all arrive! in
the gel ' -ountry, and were scattered thro,
the I.IcuntaTn. Those of whom Mr. II.
had knowle, were doing well."
culscribe for your local p
nay keep run of what ... y"LId
7 :rt: cf.. West. Merchants, business
i-.:- . ;:c-crty holders v v,:n you go
cast, cr write, speak a good word to the
wholesale men, cr manufacturers and ad
vise him toadvertise with us. ,This is
what we mean by your evincing an inte
' rest in cur behalf. You can do this much
for us without drawing upon your purse
cr without inconvenience to yourself. Of
course we expect you to bestow your own
patronage as liberally a3 possible.
The Homestead Bill. .
I' It is well known to most if not all our
readers that there has been a great time
in Congress, over a Homestead Bill. Both
parties generally, being, or professing to
La. in favor of the measure. In the
Houser4he Republicans being in the as
cendency, originated a bill, and passed it
'. through that body. In the Senate, the
Democrats being in the majority, also
passed a bill. The respective bills went
into the opposite branches of the Nation
al Legislature, and there 'hung," in leg
islative parlance neither body willing
to pass the ether's bill. The result was,
a compromise committee, which at the
... t?;ejfthsessica cr meeting, agreed upon
& bill which wa's reported, and passed
.both houses by large majorities. Now,
Conference bills seldom are what any
-ffiadLcr.advocate cf a measure desire;
yet they ere best thai can be cured un-
der the circumstances. . The Bill agreed
rpen by the committee was far from
meeting our views cf a Homes tcad Bill
in fact it was not a Homestead Bill; but
merely a graduation Bill, . by which the
price cf public lands was graduated from
5 cents per acre to SI 25, This, as it
was, would have been cf very great ben
efit to ths laboring classes, and aided,
vtry materially, in settling up the Ter
ritories. Something cf the kind was de
manded by the people. As elated before
rueh a Bill passed, and the whole coun
try flattered itself upon something in that
" rerpect being accomplished. BUT, when
lie tha OVEsj re i'e nuTlcT President
I -ehanan, h3 VETOED IT!!!
A -. A v t- rV.TiitiVfi lrfprfpr-
will tr"vi:h"cf the people is
thwarted. V' are forced to be-
lieve that the President is seized with a
mama to damn n::r.se:r, we party ana
the country. If we had no cihar evi
dence cf the preparation cf that place cf
cf eternal punishment cf which we read,'
existence and acts cf James Bu-
.nan would b3 abundant proof, for we
believe He who created and governs all
things, is just, and has provided for ev
1 : This crowning act a i...-my cf the eld
typecrite has sealed the mouth cf theasi
Buchanan man we have heard cf. If it
cculd be the ' closing act cf the eld Ty
coon's public life, the country would re
A Washington correspondent pays :
"Caleb Cu;hir,g's rime is mentioned
in connection with te vacancy cn iLe Su
preme bench, and is warmly pressed, but
This "accounts for the milk in the co-
ccanut." . ' . .
I ne icJlov.mg is tLe crucial diagnosis,
which accompanies the oSciai documents
just printed by order cf the Massachu
setts Legislature :
Diaz, sn. The symptoms c; the
.lied Pi :ro-Pneumon:a, d:scrib-
c i by I
c .Jer fr;ra the
Am:. ; the
:rs, d3 not essentially
stages, the respira- Pc.vering or rough implementslike sleds.
-andrainfui. The harrows ar 1 csrt-v neeis, makes a very
ies down ; and, wnen gooa pami. u-eea. xi snouia. vc appiiea,
Threats that the guillotine will soon be
put in motion upon all Douglas oface-hcl-ders.
are becoming current. The axe is
sharpened and ready for use. Let
strike every blow will make hundreds
cf ouglas men. St. Loms Rep. .
We thought the "guillotine" had been
rtin motion," ever since the Lecompton
issue was made. There may be a few
ramaining, however, who have been over
looked. So look out all you ofHce-hold
ers who own. yourselves ; and have the
manhood to speak and act for yourselves.
A Breckenridge and Lane Electoral
ticket will be. started in , Iowa. Hon.
Laurel Summers, cf Le, Claire, a lead
ing Democrat.isout for Breceknridge and
Lane. ' ' :: .
The following appointments were made
by the President, i and confirmed ty the
GeorcreJ3. GrafT, of Nebraska Terri
tory, to be agent for the Indians of the
Omaha Agency, vice Wm. E. Moore,
resignea. . .
WTilliam W. Ivory, of Nebraska Ter
ritory, vice George B. Graff, resigned.
Ecslsnatlon of Cell.
Some of, the Southern journals intimate
"t f n eT ?rt'xviil b? mad? t? induce the
Hon. Jc'ia Bell to ress-'ii hia postuoa.SbS
the car . " 'ite cf 'the C:.. . cr..! "tf;:'.:u
party, order trl LOawi.n. j4 p o
sition may unite upon old, San Jacinto, of
Texas. T ; . " ' .. '
"It is said that Mr. ' Marble . lately
maried a Miss Stone.- The marriage
took place in the Granite State, and the
nuptial knot was tied by Mr. Flint. That,
undoubtedly, was a new plan for Marble
izing stone." Exchange. ; . .
The above sett the Advertiser poeti
cal machinery in motion ; result, the fol
lowing: ' : .
The Granite State 1 The Granite State I
There hardest hearts may find a mate,
When lore doth 2IarUe penetrate, ' ,
And Sione consents to marry.
By Rev. Flint tut knot was tied ; " ' '
VAsa Stone became a bappy bride;
Jlarlle, elate with joy and prida," ' -
Doth hasten to the quarry. . r '
There to cull lore's sweetest flowers , . ' .
Oily working "after hoars,'1 .
IIoll soon Barpass e'en Hiram Power,
In living statuary.
A Flint -bound love should not decay ; 1
Or Stone foundation pass away ; ':' ' : '
Bat Ilarlle't stalactite display,
Love for lore's estuary. -'
Hon. Schuyler Colfax has been renom
inated for Congress by' the Democracy
of the 9th Congressional District of In
diana. Omaha JSTebraskian. '
"Oh! crackey!" , . ' ; j
The European advices by the steam
ship Europa, which arrived "a few days
since, contains the. sad announcement
that G. P. H. James, the novelist is dead.
Price cf the Xew To rli Kerala.
It is well remembered that the N. Y.
Herald opposed Buchanan in his canvass,
and advocated rremont. It was so hard
upon the old sinner that he wanted some
body to cut' Bennetfs ears off, to make
him some souse. After" the election,
however, he changed his tactics. He
wanted the Herald to help cover the ras
calities of his administration. The edi
tor cf the Knoxville lYhig, Writing from
nasnicgton, sajs: -
Forney testifies that Buchanin stinula
ted with Bennett,' of the New York
Herald, to give him ten thousand dollars
per year for the four years of his ad
ministration, to support and defend him.
Forney says the contract was made-mth
Bennett by him, (Forney,) before him
self and Buchanan fell out. It was no
doubt, to meet these, payments that poor
Fowhr was drawn upon. What an un
mitigated rack cf thieves 1 '
ase 1:1 tins eourr.ry.
rns c: symptom 3 . are
these: If the animals are at pasture at
the commencement of the disease, they
will be found, early in the morning,
separate frr i the herd, with arched
backs, coats staring," and refusing to eat ;
while, as th'j day advances, they will join
the rest ar d appear to he in usual health.
A slig lurky cough will be occa
sionally recognized, . and at times the
breathing will, be increased, as if the
animal had made some extra exertion;
and : n milch cows there will, also be a
diminished amount cf mil'.. ,
As the disease progresses, the cough
becomes more frequent and husky ; the
respiration is humid ; the pulse mere "ed,
and 'somewhat? oppressed ; the appetite
diminished; rumination suspended; bowels
constipated ; surface cf . the body and
limbs cold ;' th' skin rigid ; the animal,
on pressure upon the spine, flinches and
is unable to bear pressure or percussion
on the sides of the chest or costal regions
In more advanced
tion is difficult, labored
animal freauentlv 1
standing, the head is protruded, the.raouth
covered with frothy saliva, tne muzze
cold, and the aspect spiritless and haggard.
On striking or percussing the affected
side, a dull or dead sound is usually eli
cited to a greater or less extent ; but this
will depend upo.u the extent to which the
lung has become ; consolidated, and the
presence or absence of fluid in the cavliy
of the chest.- On aDDlviDZ the ears. to
the sides of the chest, one or the other
i3 found to be affected ; sometimes, tho
rarely, both are implicated. When ap
plied in the region of ths diseased part,
the ear fails to perceive the low, rustling
murmur of healthy lungs, and detects a
criDitatin sound or rattle, which, as the
case advances toward' the unfavorable
termination, becomes duller, and at last
is altogether inaudible. ." -
vThe following antidote for the cattle
distemper is iurnished by the JV. Y.
Herald : ,
. Burn tar freely in the barn or shed
two or three times in a day, and let the
cattle inhale it, but not too close ; let
them lap freely of salt every other day;
dissolve -chloride of potassa in water,
wash their nostrils and mouth and rub
them all over with a coarse brush wet in
the same: sprinkle chloride of lime in
and about the stables ; give the cattle a
few oniens if they can be procured, and
plenty of . sound vegetables and fresh
grass and water : no ' hay, if it can be
Physicians assert that the disease is one
of exhaustion, and analogous to the ty
phoid pneraonia, which occasionally pre
vails epidemically among the human race.
. ;This disease, so prevalent in Massa
chusetts, is said to Live appeared in Bucks
county, Pa.- Within a short lime Charles
'j.heneri a farmer of Bristol; township,
1- ' nearly, all of his valuable herd
cows, of complaint resembling very much
the dread catle disease. Ther Governor
of Vermont, in view of its appearance
in that. State, is about to rcall an extra
session cf the Legislature. 1 'r ...
Moreover the r
i3 cf it If
the frei sur.
In the absc.,.1.
th3 ground b ::pg
a man may
ea;e, by th
ten hours, cr I
. dry surface mold,
r certainty cf a catch'
:ment to attend to
a proper . :d drill, J
:11 dragged and fine,
an acre of seed wii'i
a common hay rake,
ir.d if the teeth wer.j
cutoff to three i. ..lies long, it would
none the worse, particularly where the
surface mold is quits ne. Hoe twice,
first when two rough blows appear, leav
ing one plant t:; m inches square. r
Paints fir I
L, cry one knc... that a-'good ccat- ci
paint on anything exposed to the weather
is a good preservative. j Some of us know,
however, that every celt of paint put cn
agric 'tural imp!" :enti, notwithstanding
it may have a go. . I outside, is not thor
oughly mixed and well proportioned, and
hence we are cftnrsuljected to more ex
pense than'v.e cr 1 14 be to replenish the
coating. Among ihecheap' but ..more
durable" paints v e t :rirk the follwing will
be serviceable 1 7 3 farmer. . '
Oil and SJphi. Take linseed' oil
heat it hot, put in srlphur or . brimstone,
and stir it until it 13 incorperated thor
oughly with the cil. Thi3 "for coarse
'That's the way the money goes,
A new parody oa aa old couplet for
young men cf America: .':';,
"IIoEor and fame frora eo cocdiuon rise,.. -Er
Ut well your rau there ill the honor lies.'
The Winans steamer has been under
going further alterations, which are said
to be decided improvements.. '. , ,
A Convention cf Spiritual ists held a
session in Burlington, Vt. Only 140 per
sons were present.
SoTvIns Turnip Seed.
A correspondent of the Country Gen
ileman, writes the following: . . ,
We have repeatedly heard, as well as
seen it proved, that turnip seed will not
"catch," or germinate well if sowed on
a stale surface : S.! e. on ground that has
been plowed any length of time, much,i
any 'over a week. And once I plowed
the same piece three times before getting
an opportunity to sow with a prospect c
rain in a short time afterwards, and upon
fresh mould in any event. But a good
crop of 'bkirving s improved - Swede
amply compensated for the repeated plow
ings which were found necessary as pre
liminaries of that result. An' excellen
neighbor said "I bate him ; he having
sowed when the Surface was too stale and
dry; result asmall crop. - :
It requires but a few days of the warm
sun and wind usually incident to seeding
season for turnips, ' to dry - the surface
mold pretty thoroughly to the depth of
two or three inches; especially if n be
not fine. But the seed of this root being
very small, requires the soil to be fine
and moist, which it will hot be in dry
weather,-cf course, close up to the sur
face, because it will- not germinate so
readily or strongly if covered with more
than half an inch cf mould, and less is
better than more. In these remarks I
am speaking of old ground, or soil that
has been - some years cultivated, rather
than newly subdued lands. 1 .
' On soils never before broken, the sod
is-not liable to be so rapidly dried by
wind and evaporation, and accordingly
large crops are sometimes obtained from
new sod land when seeded to turnips; as
I shall seed some recently broken about
the 20th of this month, (June,) for, al
though I consider turnip growing ira
practicable cn a large scale, one to three
acres,' according to stock, comes in very
opportunely to supply a change of food,
which the larger, animals must need
appreciate, as well as be benefitted by.
Bat to return to the germinating seed.
The necessity for fresh mold to deposit
the seed in or on consists in the fact that
the seed must first absorb moisture or va
per from the soil, which if dry the latter
will not supply close to or at the surface.
And it must continue to receive supplies
of heated vapor to force its growth af
ter the radical has shot forth, because
sufficient heat for this purpose will not
be supplied by the contact of dry air
alone. Bat when thS mold 13 freshly
turned u j presenting the damp appear
ance familiarly Understood there is suf
ficient moisture both for the seed to ab
sorb and ' swell with, and to subsequently
supply it with the heated vapor so neces
sary to the growth cf small ' seeds, and
especially those of rapid crowing plants
like this root. .. .. -
It is also certain that the soft water of
the atmosphere undergoes important ben
eficial changes in the soil, bv which it is
made more suitable to feed and promote
the growth of young plants, which i3 a
further reason why the vapor arising from
a fresh plowed soil is better suited to the
warm. - ... .
The follcv, v.z has heen hicrhly recom
mended and we should juhge from the na
ture of the materials used that it is .an
excellent preparation'. We obtained the
receipe from Dinglers Poly tenic Journal
The wax is the most expensive part of
it. Oil alone with paint is a long . time
drying hence painters mix with it some
material whic while it will render the
paint thin and .:bU you to spread it more
evenly on the surface tvill evaporate soon
and hasten -.the drrin?. process. ;. Oil of
turpentine is most. 'used for - this puapose.
This is apt toleaveythe paint soft or dusty
and the paint in ' time wears off. The
paint we are about jo aecommend for trial
was gotcply.Mr.'lAllugs. He says it
will dry as fe,::t as ivhiiewash and tit the
same time leare a durable and elastic coat.
For its prepeirationhe r.kes paint ground
in oil as usual,: and to thin if for use adds
to it a solution cf.ax and resin in spirits
of turpentine,. Ttiwill not probably ebual
a coating cf good paint and good tinseed
oil that tzi abundant time to dry. ; .
, The following is the mode laid down
for its proration.- ' 7 j . , .-;
Take 10 parts cf yellow wax and dis
solve in 10 parts of linseed oil.: Take 3
parts of resin and dissolve in 8 of : tur
pentine at a slow heat, )m separate pans
until quite liquid,-when. they, are takeu
from the fire and mixed, with constant
stiring until they thicken. :In this condi
tion the mixture serves for - out-door - and
stone work. If you wish to use it with
ground paints thin with spirits of turpen
ine as required. Maine . Farmer.
2 Person Fsver Chrrni.
For tie prevention and core of Fever and A;-e 1
Ei iom Fevers. This wonderful remedy vaa t rou-M to
tlie knowledge f the present proprietors by arw-i who
has bfpnRerp traveler ia Fersia anO--Cie .Eoly Lani.
Wliiiegom? :.wn-tliereveri:urrtes, he expenenc- ;
ed sever? ait i of Fevr and Ar-ts. Z j '! -covt.::?
hirtcom!i: .,u, c 3 of ia- "oalmr; 100 f ..is : j-iet
an Jtmlr', .ns. "w e.u thi.j a ; 1 no Fj.er wi! tuiica 1
yea." A!. hoi: u lacredul r.s tw t. irtnes - com- j
!! - ! r. ripnrpi in-.mcJla:? f .iier. tad hi tince I
tl-jrrrsf :nd it an e .'ectual prot :ion;roai all -a!a-ri
- s co-, plain's.
On tx r jer vesication be fcund the t-
titribnttrd to it miraculous powers. Jjiiij said ti.ai it ociy
could be obta ned from the priest cf the un. Sometime
afterwards, the pentleman in conrersini with t Priest
obtained fromhito the secret of its preparation, a" l an
cerUined where the medicinal lierbs were found, of
which it was coonipounded. Xhe wonderful virtues of
this article have induced a full belief r tbemiiisof
thenUlves in the miraculoua healing powers of their
Priests,.. . . . ' ' ' '
Since hi return lo America, it has leej tried wuh
the harpies' effect by several Ladies and Gentlemen of
rTgh character, who have jriv:n it the nmst tinqnautled
paoise. This remedy having been a speciSc in Persia
for hundreds of years, for tbe prevention, and cure oa
Fever and Ague and milieus i'everi i now ofierei to
the American Pefijde. '
It will be sent by mall, prepaid, with full directiohs
fo !, on receipt of one dollar.
Principal Depot ond manufactory,'' 1S3 ?f-.'n Sl'eet,
Richmond, Virginia. Eranch OCice, Bant ci caitaerce
Building, Xew Yorlt. - . . . r .
Addresss, J0IIX VTILC0Y & Co
July, 6th lj,' ' : ' ; '.
A. S. BILLTJTGSLT will preach In the Pr!Rhyteriaa
Church, next Sabbath, tt 10 1-2, A. if., and tt 8 T. a.
A Good Thins;, - ;
A pill free IromitiffTp.ili cmopfjma
solely of extracts and balsams taken from roots and
herbs. A liver Pill, whioh $1,009 reward is offered to
any cheniut lo detect one gTain of mercury ii them. A
Pill which has e qual for the enre of Liver Complaint
Indigestion, Head-ache, Costiveness, &c. A pill for
famiiy nse. A piU for t geutie and mild cathartic. A
pill that will not produce disease by salivati on, which
is t thousand timet worse than ihat which it enred. : .'
Kow, ready, do you need a good pill?' If po, be enre
and try U'rdy's Liver Pills, tor it Is no lea than the
good thiDgs we 'allrtfe to above. .-; '
:r"s'wj.:H;srAUN& cc).,; r;
. .,T 4 f Brownville, N.;T. .
July, 6, 3m'.' "1" . f r' . " ' ":
; Granl'Lodgo I. O. O. F.
..'v, ft QnTr Lode uf Nebraska 1. 0.0. F.
- - ,i iM h..'.l ? tiMt Annnal Session at the
,JCityof L .wnvllle.on the 2d Tuesday
nctbtin-iu'r. 1850.:. . t. .
' l;.-V.FUHNAS,Cr. Sec'y.
Brownville" Jose lf.h, 860.'. ' :
r , . ...... A5D . . ,
i PIKEXIX BITTERS, -
These medicines have tiow 1 en before the public for
a period cf thirty years, and during that time hav
maintained a high character in almoat ev ery part of th
Globe, fT their extraordinary and imn.ediat.. power of
restoring perfect health to persons sul3,-ir..4 under near
ly every kind of disease to which the human frame Is
ilab'.e. ' , - : . ! '-, f 1
Tbe following are some of the distressing variety cf
human diseases in- which tho
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Are well k..own to be infallib'?. '
- Lurpepsia, by thornchly cleansing the first and se
ond etoniaehs, and creating a flow of pure healthy bile.
Instead of the stale acrid km , FlaXnltncy, Liona of A-
peeite, neanborn, Ueadaeuo, Itesflessness, ill-temper
Anxiety, LanCTior. ted ileliii.cftoty. -which are ifce gen
t (iymptoms of Dyspepsa, will vacihh as a natual
co-eouence of its cure. -i At
Cottivmc$, by cieansin?tbe whole length of tie hi
testines with t solvent pncpa, and without violence ;
tli violent purges leave th i.wels costive v ,vin tw
da VS. . :
I'everi, of til kinds, by restoring the blood to a regu
lar circulaiion, through the proeeos of perspiration In
sncli cases, and the thorough solution of til intestiaa!
obstruction in others. .' ' '
The Life Medicines have bcea known to cure Rheum,
titm permanently in vbree weeks, and Gout iu hadf
that time by removing local infla tarnation from the mus
cle and ligaments from the joints.
Droptiet Of all klndrf, by freeing ami ttrerjertbeniM
iht kidueys and bladder; they operate most delightful
lv nn these iuii'ortant organs, uid hence have ever been
found a certain remedy for the worst cases of Gravis!
Also Wormt, by dislodging from the turnings of tbe
boweis the eiimy matter to which ttese creatures ad
here. ' " " - - - - "
Scurvy, Ulcers and Invettr&tt Sores, by the perfect
parity which these Life Aledibines give to the blood, and
and all the hunurs. . . ..
Scorbutic Eruptions and bad complexions, by their
ternafive effects mxmi the fluids that feed the fkin, and
the morbid state tf which : occasions all eruptive com
plaints, sallow, cloudy, andotherc: ; ijreeablecomplex
The nse of these pills for tvery short time, will effect
an entirecureof Salt Eheum tud a striking improve
ment in the clearness of the skin. Common Colds and
Influenza will always be cured by one dose, or by two in
the worsi cases.
PILES. The original proprietor of these medicine,
wascnredfcf piles of thirty-five years standing, by the
nseortkfi Life. Medicines alone.
Fever and. A$ue For this scourge of the YTestorn
Country, these Medicines will be found a safe, speot'y
and certain remedy. Oiher medicines leave tho syste at
subject to a return of the disease a cure by these medi
cines is permanent tTy them, be satisfied snd be cured
Bilious Fevers and Laver Complaints. General Di
bility, loss of tppetite, arid Diseases of Fema!c- the
Medicines have been used with the most beneac i il re
snlts in case? of this description: Kings Evil, and Scrof
ula in it.i worst forms, yieM3 lo tLe n.ild, yet power
ful action of these remarkable Medicines. NisLtSweta
Nervous debility, Jfervuna Complaints of all kinds, Pal--pitation
of the heart; Painter's Colic, are speedily car
ed. - -
Mercurial Bisrases Persons whose constitutions
have become impaired by the injudicious nse ef Mercury
will Ond these Medicines a perfect cure, as they cever
fail to eradicate from the system,' al I the effect tt the
Mercnry, infinitely sooner than the most jwwerful prep
arations of Sarsaparilla. W. B. MOFFaT.
' 333, Broadway, New TorS.
JalyS, 1860, ly - - . - -.
f;9 Ci-.izer.s of
.K.c-1 up a new
;(? ,'id gcntle-
nee tot! r c-! 1 -iomirs a-
.vine and '-.ci-: r, t . i they h
3ia.;J. with all lae ( .ve?.t r.ces t.: ?.
men can wiish to nriie the:n conifrtahle. Thtir stand
is on First Street, between Ma.n and W.it:.r, where they
areprepared to serve cuatoners v i: tts
Oil I ilj
. . kizl cf Cs?,. . . .. .
Suiter and ggst Pick-Nick crackers,
All ,lcind3 cf Summer. Eeveres,
Confectionaries of th.3 Eest quality, &o., &z
Li ) 1j 1
C-t ry-r -
J- A-A. ' X W -
1 iiiilJLr ".i.r "r . '
. . - . .. .
" . t..4-13 ..... .
Eeituicj. , ''
- T'O' TV. 1 ...
Young ladies and gentlemen will do well to call and
get their fancy heart candv;
parties, Families, aud I'ik-I.'ictj .. . .,
Served on the Veriest jYoiice.
1VIIEREAS, Jo?eph Shittz," hits len sppoinfe.i
General AdminisUalci. cf Ho V. ' cf 0
Enj;leIiardt.deeiuedJat3Ci Jiis;aaii"-' - .' ' ; -o
is hereby given that I have .ptoiatu-i "iturUy,
September the 15th. 1 "0, as ti i djy fjr l.crr ?
claims against raid t to 7 all fwrsonshaTinjelnirca
ngninst said estate are hero by no iSed to h are them
on file on or before that day or they'may forever be
debarred from recovering aneh claims.. . .
Given tinder my hand snd official eal this 23th
day of June, A D, 1S60.
J - CYEUSW. IHIEELER,..' -
51-12t$13fee. . - Trobate Judge.
-The Farmers -.f Nemab snd tie a-ljoininj comities
will do well teg:ve us a e.il!. We also invito the trav
elinir community to do tbe same. We will accommodate
them on the moft reasonable terms.
Oar motto Is '-.'small prfti, unick sales, and keep the
money in t ? Tfritory," a we are permanently located
inthiscou: ' .f Nemaha, 'Nebraska. ' '
Our espo. .cam cuterin? to the tasts of the citizens
of Brownvil.e. warrant ms in the belief that we will be
v' ? to give entire satisfaction, aud that wa will receive
a liberal patrone. '
Brownville, June 13P0.
, r Brownville, IT. T. .
AITITOTTNCTCS to his old enstoers, and the citi
zens of Brownville and vicinity, tiiat he b.is resumed
business at his old stand on First Street between Mais
tnd Atlantic, where he is prepared to 6ervg customers
with the .
Of Bread, Sponge, Pound, ' P
' r. " Gold,' Silver, and every.1 - :
kiid cf Cake.
Soda, Butter, Graham and
1 Pick-Nick Crackers.
"And various other Summer beverages.
Confections of all kinds
PARTIES, ' PIC-NICKS AND PRI
VATE FAJIILIES ;
Served on ths, shortest notics.
IT ZZL'Ls xc r
tligtV; - .,fi . ' ''-'4"v
6;. i L 1 r ' r - - . " .i -
I .) v t o .
"... 1 . u
lio.verit it) .:
3 U J.
aua iLe ir.
tiuarJ.aa an-i Wi '' "
prentice. I.an.i:.-r.l - , 1
LLS TOC -hatccustii..tei I -"A
VI .11 i
the law as t
W. f -K ; , .
"... :.,aWiJ frjjj-,
IT TILLS TCC Tl ? J.a .v f ,t v,
Md?e, and tbe
cf t-s conntry,
with the same.
xi i-j-i-j iuu u 1 oncera
vot.ua ore, ail
11 liijj iu'w xae uw for PiLer.'
ce-iare in obta;
tnmii'eroa an Eo'i
t: i. ...
"-''-if .3 '-.
.uputut, yait,P "U
boiht-, Gen.ri, ."v::.:?-5f
IT TSLLS TOC
ho-v t .
oat of Law. ir
y-ir huiinep.'!,,..,; ;
a vast amount t -
Kindle copies wi:i be eeut bynuj;
y Farmer, every le-ha-,ie, v, Vl ,Vm 1
stylo of bin lJn5at $1,. 5105 u
.1,000 Dollars a Tor
Can be made fcy ecterprUinj men evewrW.
ierVlibera?:6 " UA
For single copies of the Bv,v or for ...... .
wit! other information. PP;yo oi ' Ld""
STORE HOUSE : -
2Ialn, BctT7cca 1st t 2ds7s
BROWNVILLE. N. T. '
For terma, apply at this oace or to
.. ' - - A. S. EOIiArAT. '
To Pike's Peak will do well to call at theMammr th
Bakery and lay in their Sock before goinx on the plains.
All supplies will be nol:l bv Retail or Wholesale.
My experience in catering to the taste of the citizens
of Browuville, warrant me In believing; I will be able
to give entire satisfaction, and that I will receive t
nuerai patronage. w. C. COjiI OST.
Brownville, June 1st, 1S60, 47-yly
. isha:.! hsavis, ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
REAL ESTATE A GENT,
Falls tJity, Richardson County, IZebraska
wi 1 32 ve prompt at tenti n to all professional bosi-
(" !-' -c 1 his c, r ii " ". r,i,,ii and a r'eining
NEW A 1)TE H T I S E M ENTS.
KOtST XYf FURNAS,'' u "
BROWNVILLE, N." T. 1
JOY, COE & CO.
ANT) DEALERS ,IN
Inks, and Printing Material of ail-Kinds.
Offices, Tribune Buildings, New York, tad lifown'a Iron
, Btildings, Philadelphia,
53" They are authorized Agents (or the
Farmer and Advertiser. "
' SI A THE ft & ABBOTT, .
' SUCCKSSbRS TO H G ELY, , :
United States and Foreign Newspaper
333, BROADWAY, NEW YORK. ,
Are tuthoriied acents tor tie "XEBRAS1LA ADYEK-
TlSEK"tnd "KKEBASiA FARHEK."
I will, by virtne of a Trust deed, eiecnted hy Henry
Smith ta me, of tbe date of the eleventh day of No
vember, A. 1). IS53, to secure thelDaytaent of three
hundred dollars, and ieh per cent, interest from 1st
3Iay 1S59, due one Catharine Kllliam, sel 1, on the sixth
day of August, at ,2 ti'clock, P.M.. at tha door of the
Court House in Cca rtowo, Cass County,. Illinois, the
.Northeast Quarter of tection thirteen, in township four.
north of Ranee fourieen, in Nemaha Cour ty, Nebraska
Territory. The terms tre ctsi.
v ID. E. UUJUIEF., Trnstt8.
June 6, 16C0.
PROBATE NOTICE,, .
NOTICE is hereby given that Jlonday tBe 23rd
day of July,' at, 18(50, is the time pot for tbe final
settlement of the ata:e of John Beishline, late of
I'awnee county, Nebraska Territory, decease J, when
and where all persons interested may appear and
Bv.aw cause, if any, why the accounts of" Esther
Stricter', Administratrix of eaid estate, should not
beallowtrd. . . .
Given under my h th Jay of June, AD,
156()i - - U.Q. LORE, Frobate Jadga.
. . . . IffOTlCli. . ;. 1
I WILL sell to the highest bidder for cash
in tho City of Brownville, before the door of w.e
house in which the last term of the Di?triet Court
was held, on the 2lstdnyof July,lS60, between the
hours of 1 and 4 o cloc!c, F M. of tiaid day, two iniz
Boilers, Engines and all the Maibinery that belongs
to the: ateararerry.tKiat cnllelthe 1 cru berry JJoat
A great .bargain ean be bad by those wishing to pur
chase roachinry. , , Jhbsx. JOHN.
..BrownvUlo,June23ch,'60; ' s - 31-31
, Soldiers, Teamsters", Sailors, (or their widows
or orphan cnnarea,) who served in any wars or lattie
either in California or elsewhere, prior to March 3rd
1355, or their children who were under 21 at that date
or sailors who served on the coast of California In the
.Mexican war, will do well to address us. Claims tba
have been rejected iu the hands of ther apents, hive
been successfully obtained by ua Agents acting for ns
iioerany paia. .Land warrants bought and sold toordar
andall business requiring an agent at Washington tt-
tenaeuto. " ' . - R. B. LLOYD k. CO.
Att'vtfor Claims. Pentions. Bottntu Land &-e
Reference to tny of the hends of Departments.. 42-10t
; . list cf letters
Remaining in the Brownville Post Office on th 30th
cf June, ISf-O. -. , '- t . ... ,.
Arnett Tboni '' KarnWJ
Brown Lorenzo' ' Kent David P2'
Barnard Miterva 1 Kerr 'Willi.ini H
BordAbner . Lebendile JohiO
CvflVeJfarr ' Lee DR. 1 - .
Condra Aaron . ' MilierAcnai , .,
Chapman BC 1 Moore Mary F
Clyne Jtfareiret 2 31il!erC
Cory John 11 ' y, Catharine J G
Cailenbauck JosepJl i orris T T
Cook IK. ( Oniona Danie'i N 2 .
Dowring Francois r Pursel Stephen
Daily Sam G. . 'Piasters L -'
Dodge George vr ' . Queenby J R .
Dieger Minna Shacgbn "William
DirktJohn ; - Sharp H S
Emmons Jn.e " " -'. Sloan Thomas
Engls Wllliaia S Shanon OD
PidlerEenry. Smith Mrs ,
Gafier John , . j . Stird William
Geuiliant Thoxaat 1 ' . Schlerbraid Frederic
Ga?er A - ; - Stogei Virdinim
Glurngon "Wit: r. Sherfy Mary Jane
Holland A W ' Smijh John Gr
Harrington Ha ah Snford Luman
Hill Mary A ftons Rocepii Miss :
nillThoraat- ' .'' Thompson Miiss Jane
Hail Galen . Vanf.jstien Nehemiah
Hudson Genr Var.alsuii Afa-y Jfaae-
HuitMrsV Watson "Vfilljm
lrwiaSaraliE ' White Magie Mrs. .
Jenkins LO -'. '-WalUngford At if. ... :
JOHN H. MAUX, Post Master.
I hare Jef a rosrer of attorney with J. L. Carson
antborizin";Li-a to attend to all my business in my
absence. D. IL M'LAUGHLIN.
BrownrUIe, llij 17th, I860. 452t
SlfiAB CfiiJE DIL1S
" AXD "'
I HAVE made arrangements with DOUGLAS
BROTHERS, Zanesville, Ohio, tbeonly establiMhment
in the united States, engaged exclusively in the manu
facture of Sorgho. Sugar Mills, Evaporators. &.c. bv
which I can furnish thefarmersinthis region with those
much needed articles. The Douglas Sugar Mill and Ap
paratus were awarded the First Premium at the Ohio
State Fair; and tbe highest honor at the United States
Agricultural Society, a silver medil. I an c.i,rjiieiit
Farmers of Nebraska, Kansas, Northern Missouri and
Southern Iowa can find no other to suit them better
either in price or otherwUe. a . :
Capacity and Pries cf I-Iills.
TriTPfl Trnn "Rnl!fr! in Rfrnirr trrn "Prora
No 0 One Horse Vertical Jtfill-A-presses from 25
to 30 gallons or juice per hour j pri" 0
do 1 One horse Verti&M presses from 25 to 40
gallons of juce per honr ; price 0
- Same as No 1 ; extra heavy, 60
do 2 Two horse Verticil presets from 35 to 0 -
pallonrt of jnica per hour ; light drift SO
do 3 Two horse vertical (double geared) press
,r esfrom 35to50gallonajuiceperhour,hevy
draft ' '80
do 4 Two horse Vertical (ilngle geared) press
es from 60 to 78 gallons of Juice per hour f
heavy draft 10O
do 6 Four horse Vertical (single geared) capa
city from 100 to 125 gallon pr hour , no
do 6 To horse Horizontal (ha. k geared) suita
ble to attach toThrei-biu? Macbine or other
power, preswjs from 40 to. 60 gallons of ...
juice per boar- I 130
do 7 Two horse Horizontal, with vertical shaft
to apply lever to. worked by horses same as
Vertical, presses 40 to 63 gallons per iioar 100
do 8 Four horse ETorir.' ntaT (back geared) Htit
. able to attach toThrehlr.g Machine or oi lier
, power, presses 73 to 100 gallons per hours I5f
do 9 Six horse Horizontal (back geared) calcu
lated for water or steam power, ready ior
the belt, and with capacity to work off t crop
. of from 15 to 20 a rre or Cane, - I5C
11. vr. rL-isrAS, Azt...
Mrs. Henden & Miss Lusk,
mLLIXEIlS AND DRESS 2UEEHS,
- First Street, bet. Main and Water,
Bonnet t, Ecad-Dretsesand Trimmings always on hand
-' '.' ''Yiat Everybody Wictv '
THE FAI.1ILY DOCTOK
Simple Remedies, Easily Obtain
. lor tae Cure of Disease ia j - ;
' ' '-" ' 'all forms " " '
PROF. HENRY TAYLOR, M. D.
IT TELLS TOU How to tttend upon the sick, tnd now to
cook for theai; how to prepare drinks
, . , .. Poultices tic, and also how tn guard
' -- against the infection from contagious
IT TELLS TOU Of the varlocs dls. ies of Children, and
give the be 1 at 1 simplest mode o
treatment curinf. uethinz. convul
sions, Vaccination, Whooping-cough,
IT IS LLS T0T7 The symptoms of Croup. Cholera Infan
. turn. ChoUc, Diarrhea, Wormsicaned
. . Ilead, Ringworm, Chicken-r'jx, 4c.
; , , . and gives you the best yemedies for
IT TaLLLAOUTherymptoms of Fever anj Ague, and
Bilious.. Teilow, Typhus. Scarlet tnd
otter Fevyrs, ahd tive you the best
sinipieo.t remeaie f .r their oure.
IT TELLS YOu he symptoms of Influenza Con.-tmp-
; 'lian typep!ia, AMhma. Dropsey. the
Gout, Eheuinatisin, Lumbago, , Ery
' ' ' sipelas, 4.c aud give you the best
Bemediea for thdir cure.
IT TELLS YOU The fpmptoms of Cholera Morbus, Ma
. , . r lignaut Solera, Small-Pox Dysentery
' ' ' Cramp, Diseases of the Bladder, and
" of the kidneys anJ Liver, tad the best
remedies for their cure, .
IT TELLS YOU Tbe symptoms of the Mumrs Neural-
gia. Apoplexy, Paralysis, the various
-Diseases of th" throat, teeth, ear tsd
eye, and the best remdies for their
-.)' . cure. - - . ,-
IT TELLS YOU The symptoms of Epilepsy Jaundice fhe
... . Piles Rupture Diseases of the Heart,
' ' " Ilemorrbaie, Venereal Diseases and
, Hydrophobia, and gives the best rem
edies for their cure.
FT TELLS YOU The bet and. simplest treatment for
. ,, " wound.-, broken bone and dislocations
; ' rpralns lockjaw. Fever Sores, Whit
Bweilings, Llcerii whitlows, Boils,
acurvy, Durns, and Scrofala.
IT TELLS YOU Of tbe various Disease peculiar to the
em j;e sere, and gives the best and sim
piest remedies for their cure, together
with many valuable bint for the pres-
' prvairrrof teaith. ..
The work is written in plain language, free from med-
nai lernis, w as o oe easily nn lerstood. while lta sim
ple receipe" may soon save yon nnny times the cost of
tne nook, it is printed m a clear and open type; la ii
lustratcd with "appropriate cngravircs. and will be for
warded to yonr ad 1 , neatly bev.Ld and postage paid.
:,000 A YEAH
Can he made by enterprising men everywhere. In sel
ling the above work, as our Inducements to all such are
For single copies of the Book, or for terms to agents
wun oilier inrormanon. arpiy to or aadress . .
JOTIX E. POTTER, Publisher,
Ko 617 Sansom Street Philadelphia, Pt.
J. B. IT. THOLIPSOH,
Justice of the Peace and
Takis acknowied;enients of Deetls, Marries fn's "
Brownville, June 2Ut.lS50,
Patent to Lazdj ia ITcbzzz'-ix
THE General Land Office is now wriiia; 1'uentt '
to lands ia NaVrciska, t od I will cbwrtuMv v.i4 1
procuring thr Patent an! fotvardin? it ;o any w
wishing toUi the Patent to bis Uml. who I
send tne the certicate of location accoaij.ftiiieti w. f
- m o -
ilaySlst, I3o!). 4Q-3t.
t TI " '
ri J : t received
And, perhaps, the
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever biecht above S:. Jc
- Which he is openinj out in ti
Splendid ATeY Building,
(.cruel cf Ihh and First Streets,
Hit stock, consists of the M'owir.g articles, waich M
, , , i will sell cheap for cash: .
Pure White Lead,
, cuahtepw oak
Life Insurance ' .Company,
a. . v '
nartrord, Ccan..' ' 1
Incorporated ly the Zlale of Connecticut.
CnpIlaX Stoc!i e2D0,CC0.
T7ita larjreand inereasinsrsurplugreceipts.secure-
ly inrtHted under the sanction and approval uf the
Comptroller of Public Accounts. . .
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
JAMF.3C. "WALKLEY, Tresilent, -
JOfl.t L. r.UXCS. Vice Preiident-
Cod Liver 0.,
'- Raw and b'tnraier,
, . . Spanish whitir, .;
Chalk,' Linseed Oil, ;
Cough Candy, Tanner 3 Oil,
Copal Varnish Cosule Sea?,
Fancy Soap, ' Toilet Sea;,
.-. r , ; Tooth brushes, . Luhera;
Patent rnedicicos, Let.p:
' - White Varnirh,
- Tooth brushes, ;
. Paint brushes,
. Gold Pens,
Pecci s, r
.Hair cil, '
Coraprislnj Lvon's Tatharion,
i.Dnmaoi marrow, bear eree.
escences of all kiiiU. ana 01 xae ncesi.
nrn A rriTCTTTTT? V
Alfred Gill, Daniel Phillips, JohnL.Bance,
Jf.Wheaton, Sam. Colt,
James C. Vi'ali'ejf.
S.B.BerforJ,iI I), Consaiu'c? Physician
Foolscap psper, fancy- letter paper, i
anl envelopes, plain, fancy, aai fof V"i;i
aiid pen-boWert, inks X all '
TTr.lVin.l Cia. Irish TThhky
Brandy. Cordial, Pc-rl Wine, if i'
and Jt:v Wias. .
Mr. Jfaiin bim
jey rest a
- - - -. . . Tr"
ar experiences prati
Applications receive! 07 Ii. V;. KL'K.VAs. A;
nS-tf v - i;r0i-aville, .T.
To obtain the or dinal variety for ?irdea or field cuN
tare, or circulars with directions, adilree,
'11 LA wTO
rlnl J'ew Rochelle, K T
. . . . ,.ia1Sj.
WltQout isar L
. . .
;c3? a!txled to at J.J-
both tv clij and Diht.
Brownville, y 1-'T-
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