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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1860)
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BROWNVILLE. JULY -19, 1SG0.
at the end of 6 months,
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' - ;i v,a nriv,i .t 41 ful nor
V'oviJed the cash accompanies the order, not
- 'y" ' . 1 . . 1 . n
tt e largest circulation of any paper in
;'-VerVitrry, Wholesale Merchants in St.
8 1 st. Joseph, Cincinnati and other East-
'arkets -where Nebraska merchants pur-
"j'n ria'.J, printed la superior style, and for
T for rai-h, fresh supply of
IVvt Deeds, Mortfrarre DeecK
''ri'-tt UcedR, Bonds lor Deeds,
Lico sierif f-nd Constable Blanks,
Blank Preemption Papers,
Township Plats. Bills Lading.
Drafts, Notes, etc., etc., etc.
.. .1 - attention of those in need.
.ut reran inr, .-. -A ..,, ,
,r-rf any and every desciiption executed to
F.nB: TtVe inferior to none, produced in any part of
cfllD T' We except no effive in tbe West, or else
ar specimens of our wurfcasevidcnce.
rniVES B..oseller, SUticner. and
"- A- P?fflcet.uildiW, Corner XloMBlaiand
Ke Apn.t, P.t omc u authorized
-.ru-riitU streets, Ot.wtia. r,r
" U . r.T vn. CO Ke Literary De
; S.HAEBINO ft el oppoite the Nuck
n.ii'. bmiflu.. n fc;rr"'Tiituoriied Agents
r both the JlStwucr."-"
Nemaha County Agricultural So
dctj. The officers of the NcmaLa County
-ricultural Society are urgently solici
1 to meet at Johnson's Hall in Brown
ie, on Saturday, July 21, in order that
,t necessary arrangements maybe made
? hoWin? a county fair this fall.
TLe following are the officers and ore
;:-A)' notified to attend as above:
President D. C. Sanders,
Vice President J. W. Collma,
Treasurer Jesse Cole,
BOAKD OF MANAGERS.
.II. Nixon, Henry Eeane,
,rx. Skeen, Geo. Crow,
Fusters, W. S. Horn,
S. J. GOODE.
R. W. FURNAS, Sec'y.
S. Census Returns. Deputy U. s.
.'rsLall, H. M. . Atkisscs. Esq., has
1 completed his labors in taking the
-.js of Nemaha, Johncon, Clay, Saline
I Fillmore counties. He did all the
fi himself, and inside 31 days. If
p:. Moore has any more expeditious
1 efficient Deputies than Mr. A., we
Ci like to know where they are. In
n weeVs Advertiser, we will furnish
.readers with census statistics ia tle-
'emocratic Territorial ConTen-
2. The Democratic Central Commit
: met at Omaha on the 14th, and
Jved to call a Territorial Convention
icetat Omaha on the 15th of August.
i committee reccommend the Democ
rATZemaha. and other counties to
t: in County Conventions on Saturday
n-lth for the purpose of appointing
-.'ejates. Nemaha, according1 to the
utiotment, is entitled to fire Dele
County Convention The Repub-
; County Convention meets in this
i:e, on Saturday next.
erSOMl. Hon. S. G. Daily, spent
i in our city last week. We were
- to meet Lim. Mr. D. has given
J evidence of being an active, encr
e. and useful Delegate. He intro
a lill providing for appropriations
. -e various parts of the Territory,
a:!ed to secure its passage owing to
cf tin ne d iJ t however, secure
Vrropriation of S5000, with which
p'vr the Capital building at Omaha,
r?-ty the storm some time ago.
M Tp. The Steamer Omaha we
r-orrned, will lay up for a few weeks
r-erto undergo some needed repairs.
'1 U Down. J. C. Duescr, we no
'letdown his stove and tin-ware
--'ihment a two story frame over
1 ft to meet the grade of Main
The work was done under the
Jicn of Henry Knepfer, with his
V.:r machinery for raising houses.
j -i-ildirg: was lowered nine feet with
iyuig ficm its eriginal position an
Assuredly W e have been ask
Me would admit into our columns
- fC'nimunicatins from those dif
; Jib. us in political matters? Most
ue wiH ; provided they are re
j""1 tone, and not so lengthy as to
i ' M Uie -pace in our paper. Our
i - 're c f a;i j.0litlrnl ccmplexions,
(!r is the enly paper of the place
t CCus- 'posed to give all a
'-n trire to figure in print.
l fur AKsUst. Ever punctual,
1 j'.n !'an qite in advance of
!.5:r:Sa vcr5' icteresting number.
-.'cur factum, or a Tcep Be
j " -'"-tun,'' contains "mere truth
- J ana n a real "side split-
t jjSaTeSee the "Dog Law."
I .riiMp? columns. Look out,
C'ess Cursi;' when your masters
i'ic'- yr" ui-.h a suitable neck
' i:' "r 5'0ur x'ame anJ fcrk cut the
eenncction with his
) or ' L,VAN ORTHiNG, has
WtlT tpatcnPn ey. where
, 'Ut dass of amusement can
l'ith -strike, -spare,
Bagalns at Martins D.J. MaR.
Tin & Co., propose to close out their
stock of Summer goods at enprece
dentedly low figures. We know they
have some of the best good? ever brought
to this upper country, and as they offer
them at cost, there are certainly bargains
to be had. Go see.
Cleanup the Street The Street
Commissioner, B. B. Tiiomhsojt, hasbeen
ordered by the Council to see that proper
ty holders on Main Street, comply with
the requirements cf an ordinance provid
ing forkeepirg the streets clear of boxes,
wood, stone, and various other kinds of
Grlzzley Bear Abont A regular
Mountain Grizzly Bear was seen by sev
eral of our citizens last week, within a
tnile of this city.
Hop-dC-aoO-den-dOO. Dance at
Summer's Saloon, old Bank Hall to-morrow
evening. "Go in."
Hope the officers of the Nemaha coun
ty Agricultural Society will not forget to
meet in this place on Saturday next.
not WcalllCr. On Sunday, last, in
this place, the degree of heat, as indicat
ed by the Thermometer, was 104, in the
SEIGEL & GREENBATJM,
Announce that they hare received and opened their
Hals Caxis, and Boots &. Shoes
Gentlemen's Under Wear,
Carpet Sacks, &c, &c.,
Their stock varies from the
A very fiiie Etock of
Gratif 1 fur past patronage they hope by future
attention to business, and a determination to please,
in style, quality and prices, to merit not only a con
stant put increased patronage.
GIVE US A CALL. .
Brewnvillc, April 12, ISoO,
S&mucI Callcn. J In the District Court cf Xemalia
vs. . County, Nebraska Territory-
Fielding n. Jo'un . )
The said defendant FieMinj II. John of the State of
Missouri will take notice that the taid plaintiff, Samuel
Callen of Nemaha County, Nebraska Territory, did, on
the Iltb dxy of July, I860 file his petition in the said
cm t against the said defendant setting forth that tbe
said defendant is indebted to the said plaintiff in tbe sum
of $2S5, for work and labor performed and also for mon
ey expended for said defendant by said plaintiff; also
that said defendant is indebted to said plaintiff in the
additional sum of $350 tor a portion of the machinery of
a steam boat, the pnperty of said plaintiff and by him
delivered to said defendant. Plaintifl asks judgment fur
said amounts, and has caused an order of attachment to
issue against the property of said defendant. And said
defendaut i.s further notified that be is required to ap
pear and answer ssid petition on or before Monday the
27th day of August next.
E. W. THOMAS. At'y for Plff.
Brownvilje, July 11th, I860. l-6t-$9
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Announce to their old customers and the Citizens of
Brownvilleand vicinity, that they have fitted up a new
stand, with all the conveniences that ladies and gentle
men can wish to make them comfortable. Their 6tand
ison First Street, between Main and Water, where they
are prepared to serve customers with the
Choicest quality of Bread,
Pound, Sponge, Gold, silver, and every
kind of Cake,
BUier and Eggs, Picnick crackers,
All kinds of Summer Beverages,
Confectionaries of the Best quality, &c., &e
Toms ladies and rentlemcn will do well to call and
get their fancy heart candy.
Parties, Families, and i"ick-Nicki
Served on the Shortest Xotice.
Cold Lunch at all Hours,
The Farmers of Nemaha and tbe adjoining counties
will lo well toRive us acall. We also Invite the trav
elinc community to do the same. WeVill accommodate
them on the most reasonable terms.
Our motto i small pn.fts. jukk sales, and kcap the
money in the Tenitory,"as we arc permanently located
in tins county of Xemaha, Nebraska.
Oar experience in catei ins to tbe lasts of tbe citizena
of Bruwtiville, warrant us in the belief that we will be
able to give entire satisfaction, aud thatwc will receive
a liberal patror.are.
Brownvilie, June", 1560.
JOHN W. MIDDLETON,
BROTFNYII.l.E, X. T.
ANNOUNCES that be bat just received
1XZ leom bt. Louis, with afresh auxk, and baa
-nowon nana, principally or ma owa manu
Fine Gents and Ladles Saddles,
Bugsy and ITajon Harness,
Of Every Style,
TIKE'S PEAK WHIJ? LASHES,
A good supply always kept on hand.
Work Manufactured to Order.
CALL AND SEE FOB YOURSELVES.
Brownvllle, April 19, 1SS0.
BOOTS & SHOES
Por Tlio TVOIillioxa..
CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE.
THEY ARE OF EVERY GRADE,
And Made of Good Stock,
Good Shoes at from 75 cents to Three Dol
lars per Pair.
Good Boots at From $1,50 to $G
Brownville, N. T.
W. C. COMFORT
ANNOUNCES to Ms old customers, and the citi
tens of Bruwnville nd vicinity, that he haa resumed
business at his old stand on First Street between Matu
and Atlantic, where he is prepared to serve customers
Of Bread, Sponge, Found,
Gold, Silver, and every
kind of Cake.
Soda, Butter, Graham and
icn cnniiM, soda,
And various other Summer beverages.
Confections of all kinds
PARTIES, PIC-NICKS AND PRI
Served on the shortest notice.
To Pike's Peak will do well to call at the Mammoth
Bakery and lay in their Sock before sri.vz on the plaius.
AM supplies will be S(..:d by Retail or Wholeale.
My experience in caterin: to tbe tastes ot the citizens
of Brownville, warrant me in beiievint; I will be able
to Rive entire satisfaction, and that 1 will receive
liberal patronage. W. C. COilFOKT.
Browuville, June 1st, 1SC0, 47-yly
Of all kinds, for sale at this erne?. .
Having Just returned with new stock of
I invite the at ten tic a of my old customers and the
purchasing public. I have never before been able to
offer sueh bargains as at present, in either variety style
quality aud prices.
DO XOT FAIL TO STOP
BSVV7NVILLE SHOE STORE.
WILLIAM T. DDK.
Brownville. pril, 28. ISGO.
Fifty Thousand Copies Already Sold.
COUNSELLOR IIV BUSINESS,
B Y FRANK C R OSB Y.
OF THE PHILADELPHIA BAR.
IT TELLS YOU How to draw up Partnership Papers
and gives general forms for Agree
ments of all kinds. Bills of Sale, and
Leases and Petitions.
IT TKLLS T0C How to draw tip Bonds and Mortgages,
Affidavits, Powers of Attorney, Notes
and Bilis of Exchange, Receipts and
IT TELLS TOO" The laws for the collection of debts with
the statutes of Limitation and amount
and kind cf property exempt from
execution in every State.
ITTELLs YOU now to nuke an assignment propetly,
with forms for Composition withcrcd
itors, and the insolvent laws of every
ITTELLS YOU The lesal relation existing between
Guardian and Ward, Master and Ap
prentice. Landlord and Tenant.
IT TELLS YOU What constitutes Libel and Siauder, and
the law as to marriage Dower, the
Wif ( 's right in prowerty, Divorce and
IT TELLS YOU The Law for Mechanics' Liens in every
State, and the Naturalization Laws
of this country, and how to comply
with the same.
ITTELLS YOU The Law Concerning Pensions and how
to obtain one, and the pre-emption
Laws to Public Lands.
IT TELLS YOU The Law for Patent, with mode of pro
cedure in obtaining one, with inter
ference, Assignments and Table of
IT TELLS YOU now to make your will, and how to ad
minister on an Estate, with the law
ami the requirements thereof in every
IT TELLS YOU The meaning of Law terms in general
use, and explains to you the Legisla
tive Executive and Judicial Powers of
both the General and State Govern
ments. IT TELLS YOU How to keep out of Law. by showing
how to do yonr business legally, thus
savining a vast amount of property,
and vexatious litigaiion by its time
Single copies wili be sent by mail, postage paid to ev
ery Farmer, every .Mechanic, every Man of Business,
and everybody in every State, on receipt of $1,00 or in
aw style of bindinc at $1.25.
1,000 Dollars a Year.
Can be made by enterprising men everywhere, in sel
ling the above work, as our inducements to all such are
For single copies of the Baok, or for terms to agents,
with other information, appivtn or address,
JOHN E. POOTTER. Publisher,
No 617 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Dillon, Thompson A Co.)
- Thomas V. Haywood. J
roLioe is hereby given that by virtue or an exe
cution issued from the office of the' Clerk of the
District Court for Xemaha County, Nebraska Terri
tory, ngninst T P. Haywood and infavorof Dillon,
Thf mpson & Co., for the sum of sixtv-nino dollars
and twenty-seven cent? ; I, J. B. Wells, Sheriff of
said Nernnha County, Xerbaska. hare levied upon,
and will sell at public auction, fiom the doorof the
house where the last term of the- said court was
held, nt Urownville in said county, on Monday,
the 23nl day of July, A D 1S60. to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, the following de?cribcp
property, to wit: the northwest quarter of section
21, township 5, ranjre 15, containing 16ft acres, with
all the appurtenances thereunto attached, as the
property of said Thomas P. Haywood, in satisfaction
of sail execution.
J. B. WELLS.
Sheriffof Xcmnha County, X. T.,
By Bex. B. Tnovsox. Dep y.
Brownville, June Uth.lSoO. 40-6t-$7 50
B. W. Furnas
It. J. Whitney acd
J. W. Coleman.
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uiitr, nereoy given mat ty virtue ol an ex
ecution issued from the office of tbe Clerk of the
District Court rf Xemaha county. Xebraska Terri
tory, against R W Parr as, R J Whitney and J W
Coleman, ni in favor of lleath Xuckolls for the
Fun, of fcur bnnd red and thirty-five dollars and
thirty cents ; I, J B Wells, Sheriff of Xemaha Co.,
Xebnu-ka Territory, have levied upon and from the
doorof the house where the last term of court was
held In Brownville, in snid countv. on Monday the
2:3d day f July, A D lSf0, at one o'clock, P M, I
will sell at puLlia s:i!e to the highest bidder, for c:ish
in haul, the fdlowin described real-estate, to wit:
tho part of the-X. East quarter of section 2S town
ship 5 ranrje 15 containing one hundred and thirty
two ceres, with all the improvements thereon, as the
property of K. J. Whitney, in satisfaction of said
execution. J. B. WELLS.
Sheriff of Xctnnha Co.,X. T.
Brownville, June 1 iO.i, 1S50. 10,50.
I have left a power of attorney with William H.
HoovEa, Esq., authorizing him to attend to my busi
ness affairs during mv absence. S. L. SWAX,
brownville. April, 26th I860.
SO. .17, MAIS STREET,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Whieh is the oldest, most extensir ani reliable
Merchantile House in the Upper Country?
Where are the best bajgains to be had in the pur
chase of ail kinds cf goods?
Who sells goods at the lowest Agar ?
Who outfits Pike's Peakere with any and every
thing they want at prices equal at least, with Saint
Louis and St. Joseph?
Who keeps the choicest quality of goods ?
Where are the latest styles and finest qualities of
xancy uooas to be loundi
Who pays the highest market price for all kinds of
Who does the exclusive Commission Business in the
City of Brownville?
Who wholesales goods to the back country on the
most advantageous terms?
Who purchases and ships more country produce than
any one else in the upper country 7
Who keeps constantly on hand and forsale the larg
est and best assottinent of Hardware. ?
1 THE' MILL.
Where do the Ladies find the best assortment of the
latest style Hoops?
Where do people go to find a complete stock of
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps?
I y ii
J ii La
re will you find all kinds of Can id Fruity
, Bottled Liquors of the choicest biands, e.to?
AT T1IB0. HILL'S.
Where will thoso going to the Gold Mines find a sjp
tily of Picks, Axes, Shovels, Sluice forks. Ox loses,
Bows, Cbain, Bacon, Beans. Sugar, Gunpowder,
Rockers, Coffee, and everything they want ?
AT THEODORE HILL'S
Where will Farmers go to purchase 'Plors, or sell
Wheat. Corn, Oats Rye, Barley, Potatos, Ben But
ter, Eggs, fc.
If Farmers wish to ship thfir produce themselves, j
where do they go?
JOHN A. PONN,
From hi Old Stand on the Levee to
WHITNEY'S NEW BLOCK,
BROWNVILE N. T.
Where be has opened cp a
STAPLE AXD FAJVCY
A Large Stock of Choice Family
etc to i
And a fine assortment of
A well selected Stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
3 &b cl cL 1 2 9
Boots and Shoes.
HiS knowledge cf the trade and wants of the people
or uoownviue ana vicinny enauies mm u mano juuiui
ous purchases express ly lor this market. He asks an
examination of his Stock, feeling assured he will be
able to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
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GO TO THEODORE HILL'S
notice i teretiy piven to all parsons interested that
Esther Beish line has heen appointed administratrix of
the estate cf John Bei'tline. late of Pawnee County,
T., deceased. All persons bavin? claims acainst the
said estate are notified to present them to the Probate
Conrtof saidConnry, on or before the 14tb day of May,
i860, or they win be forever barred from recovering
such claim in any action whatever. H. G. LORE,
12wno32F$7 Probate Judge.
I WILL sell to the hii?h
In short For anvthing to eat. drink cr wc?,r. the City of Brownville, before the door of the
in store. or anym g - . , , house in which the List term of the District Court
l ttna V.1J 1 Sla.J i -
mm mmi ., C "c,ut,a lue any ci jnij, mno. between the
(TPL- 'ffS I J4( , i nT! of 1 arid 4 '1,'ck p cf paid day, two large
Vl.. TiSisJLs ' , pd,1ri,.,EKines and all th Machinory that belongs
a , io me Sicarn h errv boat ca led the Pom Fomr Hn.
A great bargain ean be had by those wishicsrto pur
chase machinery. JESSEE JOHN.
BROWNVILLE, N- T.
Brownville. N. T., April 12, 18fi-
THE undersigned has 8 000 acres of Choice Lands lo
cated in this Territory, which to will sell
Cheap for Cash or on Time.
For further information apply to my office on Jf ain
stree, of this place. h. M. ATKINSON.
I860. FRESH I860.
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TF ZTarc 7m5 Received Our
SPRING AND SUMMER
y y y y y d
Which is the Largest and most Complete
Stock ever offered in the IVesf, and
which we will sell at prices io
To give us a Call
They can all be suited
in everything they desire from
From a 10c Lawn To a $2 00 p yard
Fancy Silk Dress Pattern.
We can Fit Gents in Suits fiom $5 to $50
Utah and California,
CAJ" be supplied with Outfits at Unprecedented Low
Prices. We do not desire to humbug any one, but state
facts which we will prove to all giving ua a call.
JVb Charge for pricing and showing Goods
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Cutlery and Queensware,
A Large Assortment of
Best Qualities of
Buns si waii
Tocetber with a great variety of articles to tedious to
mention. Our motto is:
"Small Profits and QuicJc Returns."
Como Ono ! Como .11 ! !
You may rest assured j-ou'II not te dis
Needed of esircd
Can be had at our Store, and on terms as
favorable as those of any other
House in the IVcsi.
All Kinds of
Will be taken ia exchange at ccirent rices.
TVc Do a Cash, or Exchange Tor
Produce Trade, anil are Deter
mined thereby to Give our Cus
D. J. MARTIN & CO.,
ill.. A Til 13. lO. 4i- (
Will give steady Employment to from twenty to
thintygoodseam,tre5seS Apply immediatelr.
jjro.TU'iue, April io, Ir.?'J.
J. M. MAUfl
Has Just rcce-vei
THE BEST SELECTED
And, pertaps, U
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever brcusht above St. Joseph,
TThich be is openinj ent ia the
Splendid New Building,
Corner cf Main and First Streets,
His stock consists of tbe foilowiaf artl:Ie, wbica a
will sell cheap for cash:
Pure White Lead,
Cod Liver Oil,
Raw and b't umber,
Chalk. Linseed Oil,
Cough Candy, Tanner's Oil,
Copal Varnish Costile Jscap,
Fancy Soap, Toilet Scap,
Tooth brushes, Liiherage,
Patent medicino3, Let. paper
White Varnirh, Ink,
Also, a Splendid Assortment of
erlu th. erieo,
Comprising Lyon's Katbarlon, Colcgne, Poramade,
genuine ox marrow, bear Kreese, and oils, musk anU
etcencci ot ill kiuds, and of the finest quality.
Fool?c?p paper, fincy letter pr.prr, pilt eiired nctes,
and envelopes, plain, f-irxy, and emoo;ed, pens pencil
and pcn-hoMcrs, inks of ail kinds, inkslandJ, wafers
Ilollanc? Gin, Irish TTbislty, Bourbon TTblsky, Clrrer
Brandy, Cordial, Port Wiao, iI3el:a,Wic9, WtU wine
and Malaga Wine.
Jfr. Sfaun being an experienced practical Prnnrtst, bts
p;itrors mey rest assured that all medicines procured
from him aro genuine without fear of mistakes.
jr3"Phys!cian's Prescriptions attendants at stlhotr
buti. by day and night.
Brcwnville, Jliy 21, ISGO ly.
What Everybody WAnts.
THE FAMILY DOCTOR
Simple Remedies, Easily Outaln
lcr the Cure of Disease in
PROF. HENRY STAYLOR, 1U. D.
IT TELLS rOTJ I)w to attend upon thesicS, tni ho to
mok for them; how to prepare drinks
Poultices S.c, and also how tn guard
azainst the infection from contagious
IT TELLS TOC Of tbe various diseases cf Children, and
gives tbe besi and simplest mode of
treatment during tteibin,', convul
hions, Vaccination, "VV'buopinj-cougb,
IT TELLS TOU The aymotoms of Croup, Cholera In'an.
tuui. Cliolic, Diarrhea, Worniii .called
He-nl, Kin'worm, Chickcn-;i x, &.C.,
and gives you tho best remedies for
IT TELLL AOL Ti.e symptoms or Fever and ?ne, ar.4
Jii!i-.u Yellow, Tyih'JS, Scarlet and
other Fevers, ahd Kive you tbe teat
simplest remedien f.,r their sure.
ITTELL3TOU The symptom of Inflnenz.i. Conscmp
tin Dj-fpep .la, Atlici.-, Dri,p.ey, the
Gout, P.heuautisin, Lnaibj', Ery
0 fip.'l.HS, i.c and sives you the best
Itemediei for thdir cure.
IT TELLS TOU" Tbe spmptums of Cholera Morh-j. Sfi-
lisii.mt cholera, Small-P,.x Dysentery
Cramp. Diseases t f the BU'lder, anl
of the kidneys and Liver, and the test
remedies fur their cure.
ITTELLS TOU The fyrnptoms of the Murnp. Keural
Kia. Ap plcxr, Paralysis, the various
l)ieaes i.f the throat, tetb, ear and
eye, and tho Lett rem-lies fur their
IT TELLS TOU Tie symptom of Epilepsy Jaundice the
Pile Rupture Diseases cf the Heart,
Ilemorrtcie, Venereil M-easf3 and
Ilyilrophoti.,, and gives the tCat rem
r'lips for their cure.
IT TELLS TOU Tte best and simplest treitmer.t foi
wounds, brrketi b-mcii and cliilocaMons
rprains loc'.jw. Fever S re, Wfcite
pA-elhnirs, Ulcer. Whitlows, Boils,
Sc:rvy, bums, and Scrofula.
IT TELLS TOU Of the various Disease pecnliar to the
Trmile Sex. and civs the best and sim
plest remedies for their cure, together
-a itti many valuable hint for the pres
ervati n of health.
The wort is written ia plain larguase, fre from med
ical terms, so ast' be easily understod, wQii ns (ini.
pie receipes may ?u u save you mny time the ccst of
the Uk. It i printed in a clear and onen type; is Il
lustrated with appropriate enaravinzs. and will be for.
warded to yonr ad lres., neatly beur.d bM postage paid,
on tie receipt cf $i,co.
81,000 A YEAR
Can I e madefy enterprising men everywhere, in sel
llnic the above work, as our Inducements to all sucU are
For Uneie mpie of tte B-xit, or fir terns t agenu
wiiii otLcr inrormatirn. arp.'y to cr a lres
JOUN E. POTTFK. Tnl.!teJi
No Cn Sarucm Street P-iilarteipMi,
WITEr.EAS, Joe:,li Sbittr, ha? been rPJni
Genn.! A linini'trator cf the L'-tat9 cf Geortr,
Engleli3r.lt. J5.-ca-eJ,lafj of etmhiCortnfy.notic9
is hcrtby iven that I bava appointeJ Saturday,
September tho 15tb. 1SC0. as the dav for hearing
claims against said Estate; all per.ns'havinelairns
agnirnt said estate arc hereby no-iSed to have them
rn fjle on cr before that day or they may forever be
debarred fn.m recovering such claim?.
Given und( v my hand and cEcial eal this 23ta
day of June, a c, 1350.
CYRUS W. 'FTTEELER,
51-12: $:3ice. 1'robate Ja.ige.
XOTICE 13 hereby jivn that ll-r-y tho 23rd
day cf -July, a r, 133'), is the time set f-r the r.al
sett'emtnt'of the Estate of John Bei.-LIine. Iato ct
Pawnei county, Nebraska Territory, deceased, whea
and h'-r;a;i per?jn3 interested miy appear acd
show cause, if any, why tha accounts of Esther
Strickkr, Adiuiuistratrii of said eitato, should not
Given under my hand this 20th day of June, AP,
1331. H.G. LORE, Probat Jude.
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