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LtJSHB AUGH & CAESOH,
GENERAL LAT1D AGEIITS,
Dealers in Coin.Uncurrcnt LI01-.C7, Exchange
and lifiUd Warrants,
Collection mid e on cil accrui:-! points. Taxes pail.
and prompt atlenUoli nvm to all uuoiceti pertain to
a flrst class Land Age nry.
Afir.NTS ron titk
T SITED STATES EXPRESS COMPAXV,
A safe au-1 reliable couipaty lor Die traiisuiinMoii of
Also Aeee.tsfor tlie Hartford reinsurance Company
of Hartford, Connecticut.
" We bare rctnove-1 our oHlre to the nrv fcuildin? on
Main utreet, next door toiTheodorc Iliil's Store, nJ
near the O. S. LanJ 0:Sr(.
Oct 27, 1152, nl6 LCSZIBAUGn CARSON".
The frft impressions of a new and superb onrav-in-sof
Ilosa liouhcur's celebrated painting of tac
Horse Fair, punted in beautiful oil colors, aro now
readj. It is executed by the unrivallel artists. Si
rony, Major A Knapn, who hare undertaken to make
it the most epiondiu work of the kind ever issued
from their extensive estal'.i.-hmcnt. It? size is near
ly two by threo feet, embracing more than twenty
different "tints and shade? and colors, and it w ill pre
sent upon th? walls of the parlor, drawing-room or
art gallery, all the r'ilcndin oTect of a superb oil
painting. A copy of this rh h and costly engraving,
which has reoived the highest testimonials of fa
vor by connoissictirs and the Tress, can be obtained
fororily $1 60, delivered free of charge at any post
oSEee in the United Slate?. Agents are wanted.
J. M.EMEUSOX&Co.. Publishers,
No 37, Park-row New York.
102. lll thz runrosrs cr a
There h long existed a public demand for an
effective purgative pill iviiidi could be rolled on as
urc and perfectly irfe in its operition. This Las
been prepared to ruret that dcnr.nd, arul aii exten
sive trial of its virtue has conclusively shorn with
what 8cce it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is easy to make a physicil pi'l. but not easy to
make the Lent of all ;.' n.e which thouli have
none 01 the obifvlions, but all the advantages, of
very other. This has been nUemplod here, i.nd
with" what success we would respectfully submit to
the public decision. It has been unfortunate for
the patient hitherto that almost ccry p-irgative
medicine it acrimonious and irritatins to the bow
els. Tikis is not. Many of thrm produce so much
griping pain and revulsion in the system ns to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived front
them. These pills produce no irritation cr pain,
unless it ame from a preiomIy existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. T( ing purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any
cjn&ntity ; but it is Letter that any medicine should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
use in the several diseases to which they are ex
plicable are i;ivcn on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
may mention I.iver Complaint, in its various forms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap-
etite, ListjCGimess, Irritability, Li! ions Headache,
Ji'ious l ever, J ever and Aliio, Pain in the Side
and Loins; fr, in truth, all these are but the con
sequence of dixeacd net ion in the liver. As an
aperient they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos
tiveness. Piles, Colic. Ivscn?cry, Humors, Scrofula
and Sce.rvv, Colds with Korenc-s of the body, Ulcers
and impm'ity cf the blood, Inrgularitfcs; inlmrt,
any rr.a every esse where a purgative is reoiv'rcd.
They hae also produced son.c singnlarir sue
erssful cures in Rheumatism, Cout, Dropsy, Cravcl,
Prj-sipelas, Palpitat'en of the Jleait, Pains in the
Back, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely
taken in the spring of the year, to pirify the blood
and prepare the system fur the change of seasons.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and. by their
stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
vate the utrnigth of the body, and restore the
vrastcd or diseased energies of the whole organism.
Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, even
though no serious derangement exists ; but un
necessary dosing bhould never bo carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand cases in winch
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
they suggest themselves to the reason of every
body; and it is confidently believed this pdl will
answer a Letter purpose than any thing which has
hitherto been available -to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, the public will 110 longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped, they are
pleasant to take, and being purely egclablc, no
harm can sirise from their use in any quantity.
For minute directions, see wrapper on the "l)ox
DE. JAMES C. AYEU,
rractlcal and Analytical Clicciisf,
Tries 23 Ccnti per Eox. rive loxei for 5L
For tlie rapid Cure of
rorais, colds, hoarseness,
bk qx( urns, wiiooriM.-roiui,
CKOri'. ASTHMA, ASD
This remedy has won for ilelf such notoriety
irom its cures of every variety cf pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely tmnecessary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide is the field of its use
fulness, and so numerous the cases cf it? cure?,
that iihnost every section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and e en desperate diseases of the
lung by its use. Whin or.ee tried its superiority
over every other medi iv.e of its kind is too appa
rent to escape observation, and where its virtues are
Jcnown, the public ro longer hesitate what antidot
to employ for the distresses dargerous affec
tions of the pulumnary organs which pre incident
to our climate. Not only in formidable cttacki
upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties of
Color. Covens. Hoaksenf.ss, &e. ; and for Cim.
TkKN it is the plcasantcst and safest medicine that
can be obtained, t !9
As it has long been in constant use throughout
this section, we need r.ot do more than assure the
Eeople its quality is kept up to the best that it ever
u been, and that the genuine article is sold by
J. II. MAUN, Brownville, N. T.
1IPIEI FtGf 11KS
Of Nebraska and K. W. Missouri:
AGAIN I wotiM call the attenticn of tbe farmers
cf Nebraska aad Missouri, to tbe fact tLat 1 have cn
nauJ and am constancy tnanufactnrii'P. at my l'kw
Factory, in Orejon, ilo., wagons, and every raiteia of
plows, to-wit :
One and Two SI01 sc PIoits,
AKil lEarrotr Tcctli
Tirether witb everytronit in this line osel ty a farmer.
I take the rcsi-ousibiUty f sayiii: tbat my two hvr.e
llowi TkiH dj tetter work, in HulUc cr any kind of
rough prcund. than any 1 manufactured or sold in tliis
upper co'intry. My two-!iorse and prr.irie pii ws will lie
sold, for cafli -n terms, kiicb as wll place them in tLe
reach of every farmer.
Jly Plow c;i bo c.Vainel from my asent at Iowa
Point. K. T-, Brownville. Xodaway county, ilarietta,
Rush Bottom, iloltcouuty, Brownville. X.T.. and For
est City. MAKT1X HOKrilAM.
X. B. All kinds of repairing done with neatness and
dispatch, on liberal term.
Orepou, JIo., May, 1S0U.
Theodore Hill, Agen
At Brownvil le, X. T., keeps on hand a jeneral assrl
Bient cf nnTmin's Tlows.
Brownville. May, 1SG0 lr
Carpentry 3IaIc Easy.
TMrty-eiput plates, two buu.treU fisurea. TLe most
practical and valuable book for larmes extant. Tells
bow to build Barus, and Hones, Bri-Ies, fie. Kc.
Price $3: cample copy $ l y mail, postpaid Ly JAM US
CUAXLEN N. SOS. PUiladelpbia. Aaent wJited.
HANNIBAL & ST. JO. R. R.
Arranganients have been made, by the Jlanni
Lal nnd .St. Josejh Kail Road Company, to com
mence with tho openn of navigation, for a
TRI-WEEKLY LINE OF PACKETS,
to run inconnectioa w ith said Iload regularly from
St. Jcscpli to Brownville, Omaaa,
and all other intermediate points.
The following new, popular and fast running packet
boats constitute the line for the present :
LL M . c mm M -
u iti 11 n iv
Id I L I E
For Freight or Passage apply to
FREIGHT TICKET AG EST,
Forwarding S' Commission .Merchant,
Capt. R. FORD, Gen. Ticket Ag't.
J. S. K. II A WOOD, Gen. -Supt.
Capital Stock $50,000.
KEJJItASKA CITY, If. T.
B. T. LCSK3AUGH. JSO. L. CARS 01
LUSHBAUGH c CARSOII,
LAXKERS ASD GESERAL LAND AGENTS
Dealers in Coin.
Uncnrrent M tiey, Ex:nanpeand Land Warrants,
EP.OWNVll.LE, NEMAHA CO., N. T. -Especial
attentijn will I s given to Buying and Selling
Exchar.se on tfce principal cities of the United States,
Gold, Silver, and uncurreot Bank Notes. A constant sup
ply of Land Warrants on hand for sale, FOH cash, or en
tered on time for Pre-eu:ptor8. All "Warrants sold by us
guaranteeiin every respect. Will file DeclaratorySUte
mcnts of intention to pre-empt, and prepare Pre-emption
Papers at short notice. Money loaned upon best securi
ties, at western rates of Interest, and investments made
in Lands cr city property for distant capitalist. . Collec
tions upon all convenient points will bepromptlyattend
ed to and proceeds remitted in exchange, at current rates.
Bills of Eschanse on England, Ireland, and France, ob
tained at usual rates, wiih cost of Exchange on the East
added. -Deposits receivedon Current account andinteritbt
allowed on special deposits.
OEi lCE Main St., near C S. Land Office.
Lind, Brother & Co., Merchants, Philadelphia, Pa.
McNaucht-.n. Carson &. Co., " "
niFer & White, " Baltimore, aid.
Touu?, Carson &. Bryant, - "
Jno. Thompson Mason, Col'rofPort,
E. M. Pundersoii it Co. Jferehants,
M. M.Teikle is. Co. No. 17, Broadway, New York.
Wm. T. Smitlis.,n, Esq., Banker, W'suihineton,D.C
J. T. S:eveus, Esd., Atfy at Law, " "
Jno. S. Gallahcr. Late3JAud. U. S. T
Taylor & KriegU, Bankers,
McCIel laad, S-.Tiitfgs it Co. Merchants,
Hon. Tho. G. Pratt,
Hon. J. W. Geary, Es-Gov. Kansas,
Hon. Jas. O. Carson,
P. a. Small, Esq., Pres't S. Bank,
Col. Geo. Schley, Att'y at Law,
Charles Parsons fc Co. Bankers,
H. C. Xutt&.Co. " .
Greene, Areare StEice, "
Douglass & Watson, "
Col. Sam Hambieton, Att'y at Law,
Judge Thos. Perry,
Prof. II. Tutwiler,
Oct. 8, '67r2-iil5-tf
THE UNION SAFE !
St. Louis, Mo.
Council Bluff "
Des Moine, "
Easton, Md. .
THIS Company, under a liberal charter, is now
fully organized, and their entire capital stock of
Fifty Tliout-uiid Dollars, in andsecured. They
are prepared, from tLis date, to grant open policies,
and take risks, upon equal term?, with the most
favored Insurance Company any where. Having
adopted tho mutual principle, its patrons, without
incurring nny liability, share in the profits of
The operations cf the Company, "will be confined,
fur the present, to mahtne, or cak'.o ri?k?, with a
maximumliabilityof -12,500 onsny (ncbittom.
eing tbe only Insurance (Juice, on theabove pop
ularplan, West of tho Missouri, it confidently ex
pect' a generous support from Western Mcrehants.
We respectfully iavita tho Missouri Kivcr pa
S.F. Nuckolls, Chas. F.noIIy,
II. P. Bonnet, J. L Armstrong,
Vr. . Uinchman, Miles W.rown,
A. A. radford.
CIIAS .F.IIOLL Y, President.
St. Louis Agent Col. W. P. Howard.
April 2d, 1850. ' '421-
A Benevolent InsiHulion established ly rpecial En-
dovmcnt, for the rf lie f of the sick and distressed,
effiicted ti-ith Virulent end Epcdcmic Dh'ensc.
Tilt: Howard Association, in vitof tlieawfai c lflrIlc
tion of human life caused by Sexuai diseases, aiiL be
deceptions practiced u i n the unfortunate victims of iu '"1
disease by Quacks, fre oral years ago directed iheir Con
sulting SuiKeon, as a charitable act worthy of their
name, to open a dispensary for the treatment of this
class of diseases, in all their forms, and to pive Medical
Advice Cratis to all who apply by letter, with adescrip
tion of their condition (at-'e, occupation, habits of life,
&c.) and in cascof extiemepovcrty.tofurnishniedicines
free of charge. It is needless to add that the Associa
tion commands thehighest Medical skill of the age, and
will furnish the most approved modern treatment.
The Directors of the Association, in their Annual He
rnial Itoport upon thejtreatnieiit of Sexual Diseases, ex
press the higlicst satisfaction with the success which has
attended the labors of their Surgeons in the cure of Sper
matorrhoea; Seminal Weakness 5 Gonorrhoea; Gleet;
Syphilis ; the vice of Onanism or self-abuse, disease of
ihe Kidneys and Bladder, Inc., and order a continuance
of the same plan for tho ensuing year.
The Directors, on a review of the past, foel assured
that their labors in thissphere of benevolent ctlbrt have
been of great benefit to the aflliuted, especially to the
young, and they have resolved to devote themselves,
with renewed zeal, to this very important and much de
An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation or self
abuse, and other diseases of the Sexual organs, by the
Consulting Surgeon, will he sent by mail (in a sealed
envelope) FREE OF CHARGE, on the receipt of TWO
STAMTSfcr postage. Other reports and Tracts, on the
nature and treatment of Sexual diseases, diet, See, are
constantly being published for gratuitous distribution,
and w ill bp sent to the altlicted. Some of the new re
medies and methods of treatmnetsdiscovered duringthe
last year are of great value.
Address for Report r treatment, DR. J. SKILLIN
TIOVGHTON, Acting S.irgecn, Howard Association, No.
2, South Ninth Street, Philadelphia.
By order of the Directors,
EZRA D. HART WELL, President.
Eo. Fairciiild, Secretary.
July 14, ISoS-ly
XCToxtc IPlmjL ixx
PERU, NEMAHA COUNTY, N.T.
R. W. FRAME & CO.,
Having engaged in the Mercantile Business, would
respectfully invito the citizens of Nemaha, and ad
joining counties in Nebraska, Atchison county, Mo.,
and Fremont county, Iowa, to call and examine their
stock, consisting of
And all other articles usually kept in
All of which we will sell on the most rea
sonable terms for
CASH OR PRODUCE.
All are solicited to call and examine our
3 O O
LUMBER! LUMBER! !
Cheaper than Ever for Cash cr
" " 4 " on Time.
Well known in this region as a successful and ac
commodating lumber dealer, has again taken the
Mill on Souora Island,
And is prepared to furnish, every desirable quality
of lumber for fencing or building purposes : deliver
ed at the Mill, or at
Or at any point on the river as may te agreed upon.
- Are as follows . At the Will, forcasb, frcra
30 cents per 100 feet to 81 per 100 feet
On time, say three, six, nine, or tweivo raontns,
45 cents per 100 feet to $1.2o per 100 feet
with 10 percent, interest from delivery, note to bo
secured by unincumbered real estate.
The lumber will be delivered at any point on the
Missonri River within 50 miles down stream, at 25
cents per 100 feet in addition to tho above prices
when sulaeient amounts are laneaiojusuiy ma con
struction of araft.
'To those wishing lumber, particular attention i
called to theso nroDositions, which cannot fail to
Come with, or sendyour orders, and they shall be
filled without delay. " ' -
100,000 feet of Lumber on band,
And more making every day.
March 1st, 1360. Cm. .
3Por Cxtstlx in-cl on lX,imo
We are prepared to loan Land Warrants of all Eizesto
settlers on such time as they may desire Ions or short
at the usual rates.
A constant supply of Warrants will be kept on hand
for sale as cheap as they can be bought elsewhere in
Buy of regular dealers and beware of bogus warrants
All warrants sold by us will Le guaranteed to be
geuuineiu every respect and will be exchanged if de
tective. Being permanently located In Efownville, we can ah
ways be found at the old stand a few doors east of the
Bankers, and Dealers in Land Warrants
LOOK TO YOURifiTERESTS !
STEAM FERRY BOAT
Brownville, jl Nebraska.
J. T. HORN
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TVails.FloWs. Moves,Furni(ure, &c
April 9th, 1S5S. 43-1
Thepullie are now respect fully informed thatthe
undersigned have procured from Cincinnati and put
in Operation one of Homer & Co. 's flour mills of the
Is test patent, and the first brought to this Territory.
They were induced to exchange their former mill
for this one, faun tbe high character they have gain
ed in the east, nnd from the personal testimony of
millers who have tried them throughout the Wet era
States, and in view of the increased demand for
grindirg which will exceed th.it of any previous
year in Nebraska, requiring a mill that will do the
work better and quicker than any heretofore in ops
ration. In addition to their flour mill they will keep the
Corn Mill constantly running, ready at all times to
accommodate the farmers without detention, and by
giving their undivided superintendence to the busi
ness assisted by their former miller, Mr. Wells.) they
hope for the Continuance and increased patronage of
Assorted Lumber, Shingles nnd I.rtth constantly on
hand. (5IIEEX & MAUT1N.
Peru Mills, Sept. 1st, 1Sj3.
JOHN GARNETT & CO.,
Eng; ir.es, Saw and Grist .Mills,
Witt all kinds of Machinery sod Implements.
21 0. oS, North Second Stree.
sr. LUC1S, MO.
KEEPS always on baud a large stock cf Canlen and
Grss Seeds, ail warranted freh and pv.re.-
Our ny k cf Agricultural and Horticultural
tin element and ildcLines is also large aud selected
with grest care..
We invite an examlnstion, anrtXnow that we are of
fering as g'KMl stock a any house la the west, and at at
Cataloftips furnislijd p;ti tc applicant. ?-ot
We expect to keep a fall stock, and are
(TeJermined to make it the
37 tx i- m, o x ej
TO DEAL WITH US.
We also wish to Purchase
BUSHELS OF CORN,
For which wffl pay the highest
To those in the States contemplating going to
the JNehraska ana Kansas
The undersigDed desire to say, and in so doing will
not practice deception; that there aro advantages
to be secured in
Crossing the Missouri river at Brownville,
and outfitting at, and starting from that point, not
to be found at any otuerplace on tho .Missouri Ki
ver. In the first place, on both sides of the river
are large extentsof bottom lands in which crass
makes a much earlierstart than on the uplands, and
is much more abundant, being inexhaustible the
entire season. Here, themis a desirable place to
recruit stock before starting on the Plains. Stock
can also be purchased here on very favorable terms
The Brownville Steam Ferry boat, being the best
on the luver, oilers peculiar inducements lor cross
ingat this point. It islarge and commodious; with
powerful machinery, which enables the proprietors
to ferry emigrants and others in the uTtst expedi
We undertake to say that the ousiners men of
Brownville are as well prepared to servo those wish
ing supplies, with a superior rjuality and on as fav
orable term? as can be found elsewhere. Everything
desirable can be purchased in Brownville, such as
Provisions, Ulothmg, . Mining Imple
ment, &c., &c.
The Route from Brownville to the Mines is uni
versally admitted by those who have traveled it and
others, to be superior in every respect. Brownville
is about midway between St. Jo. and Omaha. As
to distance, an examination of the map is all that
is necessary to prove to any one that it is nearer
from here to the mines than from aay other point
on the Missouri. On this route wood and water
abound the entire distance, while on many others,
wood ha3to bo hauled for many days.
The foregoing facts are fully and satisfactorily es
tablished by tho immense travel cf last year, and
those who adopt it tho present season will have no
cause to regret having done so. .therefore
Cross the Missouri River at and start
.'. from Brownville.
JOHN CODDINGTON CO.,
Proprietors Steam Ferry Boat
R. w. f 3AME & CO.
Peru, Feb. 1, i860.
Designed Expressly for Emigra"118 aad Travelers.
Edward's Sew Map of MfsSv'mr
With a portion of Kansas and Nebraska, price ct8.
New Map of Illinois,
With a portion of Iowa and Missouri, price 50 cents.
The People Map and Gnage for Iowa, Illinois and
With a portion of Kansas aud Nebraska, price $1,25.
Same as above, on rollers, suitable for Hotels, otflces,
&c. fvC, price $3.
Kew Internal Improvement Map
of the United States
Showing all the Railroads built and in progress, with
the the contemplated routes, ihe different surveys of the
contemplated routes, the different surveys of the Pacif
ic Railro.id, the Overland Mail and Telegraph routes,
and the (told Recions of the Great West. This Map is
drawn and engraved with the greatest care, and at im
tuense expence, from Railroad and Government surveys
and the latest authentic information. Handsomely put
up in case for $5.
Edward's Monthly, a Journal of
Southern and "Western Progress.
Published Monthly, with many fine illustrations,
View of Cities and tjwns, Portraits, &c, &.C., at only
$3 per annum. Those Kubscribing for two years, or for
two copies one year will be entitled to a Map of the
United States, as e premium.
For sale at all Bookstores, and at the o21ce corner of
Pine and Third Streets, st. Louis.
pril 26, 13C0.
Lime! Lime!! Lime!!!
The undersigned whose kilns are situated niue miles
w'estof Brownville, on the road leading to Ft. Kearney,
keeps constantly on hand a very superior article of
lime, to w fcich he invites the attention of those wish
ing The Ltme will be delivered at the kiln or at any
other point in the county, as desired.
Feb. 9, 1860 6m E. if. LONG.
An Improved Farm
S03Fl SAT iE.
A very valuable and desirable improved farm situate
4 1-2 miles from JJrownviile and 2 1-2 from Xemaha
City, can be had on very favorable terms. It consists
of 184 acres; 40 acres under cultivation: 24 acres in tim
ber? goc-d well; slock water, and good frame house.
The stock 2 yoke of oxen, 7 cows, and 7 young cattle,
the farm implements, and household furniture will be
sold with it if desired. A rare opportunity is here pre
sented. Enquire of R. W. Furnas, at the Advertiser
oftiee, Brownville, X. T.
Nor. 17, '59 . nl3
American Patent Gum Elastic
FINE AND WATER PROOF
OSce, at Lnngford & Stephenson's, No. Si
Ninth- bet. Walnut and Clark Avenue,
ST. .LOUIS, HO.
THIS Composition is formed chiefly from Gums and
Minerol, which are unchangeable by the action cf the
weather. It i3 Durable Fire and Waier Proof can be
applied to roofs of any shape, npon-eoranioa sheeting
boards, or over old shingle roofs, at a less cost than
shingling, and upon any metalic rooting or ether smooth
surface for less than paint.
It is invaluable for coating Rail Road Timbers, for
Roofing Cars, Depots, &.c. Wehave no hesitation in of
fering it to the putj lie as the most reliable Composition
Roof in use.
We refer to the following pe-sons:
T. Barnum, Barnum'a n'el CUPecfc, Architect
J J Anderson, Banker Geo R Tavlor, Ssq
Spaer&Son, Brick Mak'rs, Molony & Tilton, Distil'rs
J H bhenck, Smith &. M'Conuick, build's
Clark, Plant it Norris, Oliver Qnicett,
Hon Jas BBoland, A W Fagan,
J Shields, 7th and Morgan Hon LM Kennctl,
Wesley Conner, Cooper, cor Tenth and Walnut sts.
S3"VVe are at all times prepared to do roofing, and to
furnish to order our Composition. Also, a superior arti
cle of Saturated Water-Proof Roofing P3per- For in
formation or materiaJ, address
F W STEPKEXSCN, A'gt.
4I-ot St Louis, Mo.
OF THE "
ROCKY MOUNTAIN flEVS,
TflTTT"T T An-nT-n T .
coming spring, at which time it win Dscuwoitu uuuiuiuu ii iUlulJj Alii A li T J
ly douoieiu prc.-eiu size, aua corieau-. Eslab'ishedb-, 1 rr ir
ed in many respects. It was tho first and is at t.siau. is ea oj A. J. LiKninnt
ient time the only uewspaper permuncuu e-
NNOUNCES to the public that he has just re-
Xl ceived,per bteamer Kyland, a very large and
well assorted stock of Parlor and Cook Stoves, of
new and improved pattern?,aS follows:
Elevated Oven, New E? ,
olden Era. and every variety o
Parlor and Office Stores.
- - Also,
Japan ed ITare, Brass Kettles,
Eamlierns, Copper V ai e. &no-
vels ana Tonsrs.
AllofwhichI pledge myself to sell at-isfair rates
and on as accommodating terms as any other estab
lishment in thi3rezion of country.
I have also now on hand every requisite variety
of Tin,Copperand Sheetlron 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 bo undersold in the upper
Brownville September 2, 1S5S. rlO-ly
TTT7Z1 NTTWS will enter upon its second year early
tablishedin the Rocky Mouutma Gold Resion. Tran
sported to thin country in the face of a disheartenp.1 re
turning emigration, with a tide almost irrcsistable, It
was set up beneath the pelting oi winter storms, in the
midst of noisy mobs, howling curses, and threats of ven
neance ag3lnst every person and thing that ventured one
encouraging woid for the country; at a time when the
man was iortuuate who. knew one day irum whence his
meals for the next would come; it was successfully es
tablished, and has since continued in the even tenor of
its way, fearless and untraromeSed.
The News was the rirst to herald to the world the sur
prising richness of tho
Rocky Mountain Gold Fields
for whlck the abuse of the Eastern press was heaped up
on it without stint ; but time has satisfactorily proven
and ventled its every statement and prediction, and the
News stands to-day the most nctd and universally
quoted newspaper in the United States.
Already it has a circulation in every State of the
Union, save four, and la both the CanaJas.
Arrangements are being perfected for special and recr-
ularScorrespondence from all the important cities of tho
East, and the personal acquaintance of the proprietors
throughout the mining regions, will ever secure for it
the latest, most complete and reliable reports from all
parts of thegold fields.
The New, is published on Wednesday of each week,
and dispatched to theStatesby tfce Express coach of the
iollowing morning, reachisg the Missouri River in from
six lo ei?ht d iys, free of expense to the subscriber. .
TERMS. Single copy, $5 00, per year ; Ave c pies,
$20 00; $2 50 for six months; $160, for three months.
Advertisers will find the News, for all time to come,
the best advertising medium in this region of coutltry.
RATES. Busiuess cards, $12,00 per year; one
square, first insertion, $2,00, per month, $5.00, three
months, $10,C0, one year. $20,000; one-fourth column,
$25,00 per quarter, $60,00 per year; one column, $110
for six month, $1,50 per year,
A POWER PRESS and complete Job Office will be
set up in the spring, for the benefit of home ratrons who
desire work iu that line.
In a word, it is the determination of the proprietors,
that the Naws, and the News Office, shall always, a
now, stand first in importance In the Territory and State
of JetTerson. Address
WM. N. BTERS & CO.,
EDITED BY J. JAY Si:iT
I PUBLISHED JrO!Tni.r
SAXTOIT, BAHeh!5: CQ
25 Park RoV, Vea, Lj. ' !
THIS popular publication 3i, .
to tho tasteful Gardener, thn r-nit c' lc'3'n.v.
Flericuitarisf It embrace within i . -n Ki !
1. Tea liiscnptica aud Cu'tivst'
and rruit Trees- sue-.-t hi wv 03 c' IS
more interested than anv nth.r o ,. .-; i. ', ;
I- Description Rnd Cultivati' I
id jsMowerme: Plants and Shrub, . i ci !
iK-ate and tender uthe most hart. 1
li . . oa rr.hn.. " , I
I. Description and Critivat .
Plants, which are, or ohouid V ,:2--
'OS. ' t: a
Fun for the Million! Fun for the Steam-
boat ! Fun for the Railroad ! Fun
for the Pike's Peak Emigrant on the .
Wide Prairies !
XICK-XAX FOR AIA CREATION
Is the most amusing and expensively gotten up as well
as the cheapest comic Magazine now published in the
world. Each numbei contains thirty pages of matter,
and frem sixty to ninety Pictures all the contents be
ing of a rich humorous characterr Nick-Nax has at
tained its third year, and is growing in popularity. It
is a great favorite with all classes fathers and moth
ers, sons and daughters since it contains nothing that
may not be read aloud in any family circle. It is the
publisher's desire to make it especially
FUN FOR TIIE FAMILY.
One of its features is the prize puzzle department.
The publishers have distributed during the last six or
eight months, Gald Tens, and valuable Books, which
had the tendency to make the competition earnest and
In fact, take it all in all, no more amusing sheet for
the family or village library, or hotel reading-room, or
to beguile the tedious hours of travel in car or steam
boat, can be had anywhere.
Terms. One copy, one year - - - $1 00
Five copies (to one address) 4 00
Postmasters who may wish to engage in obtaining
subscriptions, will Any this an excellent opportunity as
first-rate inducements will be given to them.
LEV1SOX & HAXET,
Room 29, 119 Nassau Street, New York.
jCjXewspapers inserting the above as often as they
may thiuk proper, or give it editorial notice, wiiihe
entitled to an exchange on forwarding a copy with the
advertisement marked to the Nick Nax office.
"A Stich in Time Saves Nine !"
Despatch! Save The Pieces!
As accidents will happen in well-regulated families,
it is very de.sirat le to have some cheap and convenient
way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockerv. &.c.
bpaiamg'3 Prepared Qlue meets all such emer
gencies, anc no household can afford to be without it.
It is always ready and up to the sticking point. There
is no longer a necessity for limping chaiis, splintered
veneers, headless dolls and broken cradles. It is just
the article for cone, shell and other ornamental work.
so popular witn ladies of refinement and taste.
This admirable preparation is used cold being chem
ically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualitiesof the best cabinet-makers' Glue. It may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
more adhesive, userui in every family."
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price 25c.
Address: IleDry C. Spalding & Co.,
Box No. 3,b000, N. Y.
Put up for dealers in cases containing Four, Eight and
Twelve dozen a beautiful Lithographic Show-Card ac-
compamng each package.
53A single bottle of Spaldinsr's Prepared Glue
will save ten times its cost annually to every household.
bold hyaii prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and t urniture Dealers, Groceries, and Fancy
Country merchants should make a note of Sn Aid
ing s .Prepared Glue, when making up their list. It
will stand any chmaid
JCf"RenioTed to 84 Cedar St., N. Y. 4I-ot
BROWa'TILLE, X. T.
S. E. & J. T. BERKLEY,
AT5170TJiCE that they have commenced the
In the City of Brownville. They have both had
many years experience in Eastern Jlanuiacturies
and flatter themseves they will be ablo to please the
public both in work and prices.
All kiuas of repairing promptly attended to.
Wo uLsls. X3vxt & Trial.
T. E. & J. B. BERKLEY.
Brownville, May, .1, 1SS0.
IV. Gardening as an Art cf Tj. I
signs ror urn.unem.il or Landecace (iir. ' 5 i
V. Rural Architecture, mbraJ;"4?- I
Rural Cottages and Villas, i;mnuu3.s , ' v S
Vineries. Ice Houses, itc, J
VI. Arboriculture, or tho p;anv I
of Forest a.id Ornamental Trei ''irj q,-. I
Botany and Entomolctr . t
i are connected with ihe , tu a
e work is specially devcted ''ec:, I
TUo work ii issued on th firi r,r ....
test style of the periodical press. eichnP :J'-Vi
ing forty-eight p.urei. einbelh.-hed wj-h ,5-"-
and several other original and we!l ex
ings. At the end of the yea r it wui ml' "
six hundred page, beautfuiiv illura'w V J"1'2'
hundred engraving, mny of :heux U'a ' ""
anil ttowers from nsture. jji.
TEHili-1 cony 1 year' payBl le ia ,.Jtm
The Edition yeitli i'viored
. ' - I fi i r V I tr li
Specimen numbers mailed n9m rece -t 7f . !
Plain edition IScts; colored ei ioc -t v'ts 1
Volumes commence with the Jinaa"ry .
dexe.1 accordingly, and we sen ! from tbat vlv'
less othcrwiseordered, bat suLsiptv.n. n I
with any number at the option r r tho 1 , y'-
Bound vols, iu cloth, tvT jsr' . , V "7 tr I
'6 and '8, $2 50
The publishers of he "Eortio-i'.turist"
to lb periodical as a valuable Kertii
ble quarters, visting monthly o".rr sti-. ! . , '?
aDd the Canada .. 7 U'e ,ad :-t
nuioiijKiiit, ivr ins, liirdezCTf It-
: ' ! :s,
auu generally ail liiose cointto-l
throu-'hont the Union and (aiia.li.
iciun-si .uijueci tvmmuaicaiiiijj
Advertisements should reaci .
tie is not aiwjys abie to meet
rniMo, c'.;.i;riins, me oiiiliu in.-;.
T - .
VICTORIOUS OVER PAIN.
BRAGG'S ARCTIC LINIMEiT.
Agony or ease ! Sickness or
health! I alb or death I These
are the questions involved in the
adoption or rejection of thU ipf
ciric by the martyrs to external
diseases and injuries, llavii g re
ceived the im'.orseinent of thedis-tingni.-died
sacan, the late Dr.
KANE, and its ellicacy tested dur
ing two awful Winters in the re
eions of eternal ice, it is now com
ing into general use in ev.-ry fee
tiou of the civilized globe, and itf
marvelous cures are everywhere
TIIE AFFLICTED REJOICE.
IIUNPHEnS and THOrPAXr-3)
have tested its virtues, and are
rejoicing" in freedom from iong
lingeriinr 1'AJN' and IMr EAM.',
which other remedies had fild
to cure. Have you the PltON-(11111.-!,
JIATIStM, MUultl.A, EAR-
or TOOTH-A( illv Are you
cted with OLD WJKES Suf-
g from LULl.-!. M'KAINi?.
CORNS, SORE EVlij, 1 11.1 -J
THE AHCTIC UXRIEXT
? will afford you instant relief.
Everybody is liable to
X-V:-1 '.yi'-.S teriu
BUHm AMD SOAUD
.. ft I.
For these dreadful accidents the
ARCTIC 1JN1MENT should le
hand, for itafforil.s sure
P3RKS PEAK DIGGINGS AHEAD
And will produce more gold than any other diggings yet
City Boot & Shoe Store,
Will makeyon a superior pair of boots or shoes If you
call or leave your measure, or he will sell you a cheaper
gaiter, a neater shoe, or prairie boots, and lady's fine
gaiters or slippers, cheaper than any other house West
of St. Louis. Employinggood workmen, and keeping a
variety of material and trimmings for home manufac
ture, 1 hope to receive that liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on me. Give me a call. W.T. DEN.
2rownvilleJuly27, 1559 n3
Just received, per s(eainer Emilie, a supply of
SHOVELS, PITCH FORKS,
PATENT CHURNS, &c.,&cf
FCB SALE AT
Z?rownvil!?, April, 2G. ISoO.
Pike's Peak Gold Mines.
There is now for siTe in this place, two first-rate
Steam Engines and ...'oilers in good order, suitable
fur running Quartz Mills. Saw and Crist Mills, said
by maehiuests to be of the best quality. A bargain
ennbehad by rmkiri application socn theycan
bo had atone half manufacturers prices.
Inquire at the Advertiser office. A'ownville. N". 7.
brownville, April. 2fi,lM"0.
The Great Female Pills.
DR. J. P. CREAGER is the Genera! Agent, Whole
sale and retail, for Dr. Wheating's celebrated Female
Pills. These Pills are truly valuable for ladies : For
keywill restore the monthly courses when they may
from any cause whatever. They never have fail
ed in' any case where the directions around the box con
taiInJv' tho PiMs have been strictly followed; Indeed,
thereis-"10 casecr failure ever come to our knowledge,
Being nur y vegetable they are perfec tly safe.
r. !. mailed to order postpaid upon receipt
xtaiuuiui v vttjf aJl4 j iauu,
A liberal discount to druggists. 3 cer t postage stamps
as good as money
.h v Fine Honey.
Dr. R. C. Smith, of this co '"ty, presents r.s with a
beautiful article of honey, cuu.b "ft superior to any
thing we eve saw. This houe- w.as manufactured t y
Mrs. Smith' according to the dim't'orisgivon in receiet
which she purefcased of Dr. J. P. Creager, Baltimorp
CityiMJ. Any person can get this eipt for making
honey, and be independent of the hone v-bee, by writing
to Dr. Creager, No. 65-S, West Baltimore street, Balti
more City. Md , enclosing 60 cents ilfltc.nvi.e (uo)
A Good Farm for Sale.
The subscriber will sell at a great barcain a -ery
choice quarter of section of land in Johnson county, :Ve
braska. There are forty acres of fine timber lan.'l,
50 acrps under cultivation, a good log bouse and other
improvements. It is two and a half miles from Tecum
seh, on the road from thence to Pawnee City.
Any person wishing to purchase a good tract of land on
very reasonable terms, will apply to Cyrus Wright at
Tecuuiseh, or Johh L. Carson, Banker, in Brownville,
or to Geo. W. Shroat, Nebraska City.
Residing at Worrallton, in Nemaha Co,
January 18, 1SC0 2S-tf
I hereby caution all persons indebted to the late
firm of Green, Sprinkle Si Co.,aiia,Sprinkle, Baker
A Green, against paying any debts, notes of hand or
boek accounts accruing to said firm except to myself,
from my office about a year ago, and as yet I havo not
and cannot get any satisfaction as to the disposal of
the collections. LEVI SPRLYKE.
We Will Purchase Y7heat
As racney is scarce, we will pay in ijoods for wheat
65 cents per bushel : and for flour $2,7 i per hundred
pounds. Vie, will furnish sacks for wheat and re
ceive it. either at our Store in Browrfc-ille or at
MMri.''H!:,. D. J. MARTIN k CO.
FOR SALE BY
(Successor to Edwards & Bushnell,)
97 Fourth St., St. Louis, Mo.
ft W WW I
Vi'hi'M7 X?7m. an'1 'm'nediate relief, often sav
V V rjifJy-A . from death. Every steam
n , . 3Z-'(- boat and railroad train should
tV T?- keRP bo that ha Leard the
1 1 '
have i he preference. Botanical na.net
leijibly xcritten f,
As the space tf be occupifd by A1vertif?
rP"nhtPr1 til flninn ATlnnt hp ik. . .t
- " ' " ...U V .1 . 1 III J W l
it is well to Indicate on the mjuwrii.t ,n.
wihe-l for, and the number uf i iserti. n " J
Subscripti.ms and all other business ct,nx--r i
should be addressed to SAXTON. B .lKKEu'J t
3ParSK..w, Xeijt I
JOHN A. KEN.VICOTT. at the Grov .Vir-, T. !
North Held, 111., has ready for delivery f
Bulbs, especial it Tulips, at the low ri;erfti, '
100. ami $:o per M f.r large roots: j
Strawberries, of all tbe most approve jrt '
from S- to S 1 per JI for mmt; a few s..r!i, !,tf I . - i
Albany, higher Evergreens '20 t i) crifj'pcr txp
cording to variety and form averav :j ce.tti !
Eruit Trees, in go,,d variety. Jrji.'e ar $1 tc
100, aiKl the smaller the cheaper aadteiitf f.'i;!
Small Eruits. Currants, IIou.'htonG .pLi-
berries, Blackberries, Jtc, mu I U,ye: ttuaevr
Ornamental Trees, Roes an 1 . -tlier IT.ire-.-1
in great variety and aburnJan.-e; and Hm.;i. !
large plants of Upright IIoneysu-k. s.- j
Deutzia Scabra, Prim. &.c. at. frum tnS;xj-!
dred. And the beuitiful Dieb-jt- Stratiiuc.
er choice perennials at $1,50 to :J.' per
mon things all desirable at .to. n: hj'.i pr..f I
.Catalogues by mail on appli: :i -n ; an! wit:
safely packcl fr distant traasort i:;. a; ia.ltoi-!
m.it things sold at about ten icr i-:.:., Ip-s ;
than Spring. . c;i
LIKE HOT CAKES
THOSE W I SUING
Will Lose Bargains
BY DELAYING j
7?rownviIlo, May 3, ISoO.
shrieks of anguish uttered by the
scalded and maimed victim of
explosions r.nd collihious, i!ei not
pur.ni,,,,-! r 'l . v'v " feel that foine means (f relieving
i-A V'-:Vk- 1 ,ll'ir torture hliould alwaya be
ViVrA M'A lr-rr' u accessible f Siifli I.m exist in this
Brownville, Oct. 20, 1859.
iKT"rHETIC BIOGBAPH V OF IHL
"Little Giants of the Went.
Now ready for delivery the Life of lion. Stephen
A. DotGLAS, with his most important speeches and
Byailemberof the Western Bar. Pnce $1, bound
in cloth, and 30 cents in paper cover.
No rtan in tbe United States at the present time is
looketfto with more hopeful interest 'ban the .listin
puithel Senator from Illinois. Indeed bis friends in all
t eSt:csof tbel'oioa look upon Lin:, not only as the
rising, bat che f resent manthe man lor theeri.sis and
for the country. - - . ,
The most important of Kr. Daucr'as' Speeches are
incorporated in this volume, and the wn.de wcrk nib
mitted before publication, fo tiie crit.ci.-m of someof
Mr. D :;-jas' Biost Judicious friends, inw-hom he has per
fect ciiddence, ana by themit is c.rd;a fly approved and
Fcrsaieatthc Metroyolitan IWksore,
f rilll lPJc S0.LOMO.Vf?,
,. - 332, 'Prim arentf.
t nwrpnre's ce'cf rat..;-'! I' .reigi Sta-
American Farmer?' Encyclopedia, a valuable work, 4 00
The Horse's Foot, and how to Keep it Sound ; cloth 60
Cole's American Veterinarian
Stockhardt's Chemical Field Lectures
Johnson's Agricultural Chemistry
Fessenden's Complete Farmer and Gardener
do American Kitchen Gardener
Richardson on tho Horse
do on tbe Hog
do on the Pests of the Farm
Milburn & Stevenson the Cow, and Dairy Uusb'ry
Chinese Sugar Cane and Sugar Making
Padder's Farmer's Land Jleasuae
Gnenon's Treatise on Milch Cows; cloth
Domestic and -Ornamental Poultry, plain
Randall's Sheep Husbandry
Touatt, Randal 4c Skimier'sShepherd's Oon Book
Barry's Fruit Garden
Stephens' Book of the Farm, 450 illustrations
The American Architect, or Plans for Country
Smith's Landscape Gardening, Parks and Pleasure
Weeks on Ue Bee; cloth
Wilson on Cultivation of Fiax
Elliott's A merican Fruit grower's Guide-
The American F.'orist's Guide
Every Lady nor ocvn Flower Gardener, pap 35, cl
The Rose Cultcrist, paper 25c, cloth
Moore's Rural Kami Books. 4 volumes
Nellis' Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Gardeuer.'s
Dad.l's Modern Horse Doctor
Dadd's American Ccttle Doctor
Jhe Stable Book.
Bi idgeman's Florist's Guide
.do Gardeners' Assistant
da Fruit Cultivator
do Gardeners' Instructor
Field nand Book of Pear Culture
Cole's American Fruit Bock
Buist's Family Bitchen Gardener
do Amsrican Flower Directory
Dana's Muck Manual, cloth
Norton's Scientific and Praatical Agriculture
Downing's Landscape Gardening
Brcck's Book of Flowers
Leucher's Hot Houses and Green House!
Nash's Progressive Farmer
Allen on tfce Culture of the Grape
Allen's American Farm Book
do Rnral Architecture
Pardee on the Strawberry
Touatt and Martin on the Hg
Touatt, Martin and Stevens on Cattle
Touatt on the Hore
Munn's Practical Land Drainer
Miner's American Bee Keeper's Manual
Quimby's Mysteriejof Be Keeping
Sorgho and Imphec, Sugar PUcts
History of Morgan Horse
Reemelin's Vine Dresser's Manual
Browne's American Poultry Tard
Waring'g Elements of Agriculture
Hooper's Dog and Gun
Skillful Housewiie, paper 25c, cloth
White's (Jardeniuc ror the Snuth
Charlton's Grape Growers' Guide
Persoz on the Culturo of the Vie
Thompson's Food of amimaU, cloth
Rural Essays, Downing
Asbnry's Illonois Form B(.-ok
Whittlesey's Missouri Form Buck, almost indis
rpnsable to every m m in Missouri "
t3Anr of the above books sent by mail free, on
receipt of price. 41-ot
r.r t I I . . . ... . . .
wki.-.J onny jiain coruroiungfigcnt. ilia
THE MOTHERS' COiTPAlHON.
Ai'" i .7
COOD FOR I.IAIT AITD BEAST.
It curei CAKFS IN" TUP
BUT AST, f-'OKK MITJ.1I.
FORE LIIVS, MMl'IJa, kc. Ia
dies who ,the a pure pkin.
voi.l of f.i m ple, blotches, scurf
and all uu-colorations and ex-
eresceuces, hhould attack
these trespassers on beauty's
domain asoonas thev appear
with the A1XT1C l.lnil.NT
It is excellent for the l.rui.
giving it a lienlthy, glossy ap,
pearauce. It ii
It is a Forereig" remedy fn
the various ilisea-M iih
which Imrse.i are afflicted, enr
insr the most. iil'irniiDgriuesof
P.I!( I.-ES. M'KAINH, M'ltlNG.
HALT. WOUNDS. H KA'K M
I .-s. S W 1 . Y. N Y, S I 'A V IN , B I ( i
loNE, i;:(;-EI:ai, KdJ
i- EVIIS Ac. N) fiirnier, lieif
'r stable Weeper, or no erson
owning valualile JHK.-hf,
should le nitiiout this Vulua
For sale by nil re-peetallo Druggist nd Pealern.
Trices of the Liniment. cents, 60 rent ai,.) $1 n lit
tle. A onq-dollar bottlo contains as much I iminciit a
tight twenty-five cent botth-s
Every purchaser cf a dollar Lottie of th' AHfTfC I IN"
IMEXT receives, at Ir. Biag's expense, the I'.M'IKD
STATES JOLKVAL, of New York, for oi.e yenr. H.e
Journal is a larg5 ilhistrated i a per each u:m!er con
taining Kixteen ring.', beautifully jirinted on cletir whit
paper, and tilled with original in'itt.-r Irom the n;ost br:I-
hant writers of the country, ( ertilicate of subscri; tion
and full particulars of the novel iyid philinthropic rn
terprise. of which this otrcr forms a part, will accouijanj
An AGt-AT WAN'TTD in EVERY TOWN and Y7IT AGB
BRAGU lt Bl RllOWES, St. Louis, ?lo.
New Yoi:k Okficb. No. ST1 BitOADWAY.
Communicatiom should always be addressed to at. lxii
J. II. MAUN, BroTrnville, N. T.
I860 A O W IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRl EE! SCO
'THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN,'
josepii l. nor,
Mr L'Roy has establised, ia the rcAr cf i- ,
A BATHING U00
For the accomiao.lation of tr50 W":''r J
lines a virtue. 4
(it). American Siocli- Journal.
Th crrnaf,"neees which has art''t'
cation of the First Volume if ;)
STOCS JOL'RXAL, ha imlue? I '.
unJcrtike several iiorovr l;.;.'-1 ""
cj.rninenein. January. iv0, ar:'l
the puMio with the a.-surarr-o lii t ' l'r
ctiar:u-rer win ' t nil v sustained. i
he !r.iie.l to ron-l'-r the r-aporsu iri'i
es.-ity to all inrerc.-iei in the tri'.-jS'
ment of our Dome-tk- Aninwls.
Th f teri ii x rr IlrKirlmc- f
Editoi-:alflLre:fion of Dr. ' . II. 1 '"
fnisb'.-l Veterinary Sur'-n. arl
i'r.nriet..rof tlie Aneririn v;
Each Number of tho t....t.er.nr;i.-
vo i .T'is, ari.1 i.-t hun I -- :n
li.-hrd irnnthlvat I'fl-i '
.?l i.ery..'ar, i:intrit.tli in o l':t',K
iij Specimen conie?
.cr s r:si ia v-
I VS. P?
TIIE Co-ri.nerihip of XoeJ, Lake & Emerson,
heretofore existing and transacting; business at
Drownvi'.Ie, X. T., under the name ami stylo of Xoel,
Lake 4 Co.. 13 this day diss .lved by mutual consent.
U. C. Johi son will adjust all unsettled business of
the said firm. JESSE XOEL.
O. K. L(ke. Awnt.
Brownville, X. ,May lft U if
writes thellon. John AVentWorfh in the C'aieno
Ilernr)cnit, is the narao of without question. The
Best Ageicultibal ?ai-eu in trk United
Tirs CouNTitv Gz-stltvas is published weekly
15 paes quarto, and entered upon its Fifteenth
Volume with. 18-10 inaugurating at that tirnesef-
C5 i eral improvenvents: among them an enlarged pie,
2o j larger type, and an increased amount of con ten uf
70 The Cor.vTKT Gentleman form3 far the most
complete and practical .Joum-il for the Farmer and
Country IIiiident, published in thiscountry. 2nwt
Tiro DuUnrt a year. Addres.3 with remittance, or
for Sample Xum'.r?.
LUTHERTUCLTXER i SOX, AlLany.X. V.
Arrangements have jnt been completed by
which the publishers of the Conrtry Gentleman are
enabled to offer tico hundred and fifty -f th' bent
stratcberri; ptiuii, asa premium for Cvo subserio rs
accompanied by the cas.i ( 1 J 'i. Write for further
partteulars wita prospectuses and posters.
1). V. l-iv-
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S. 2j. I'.irk !!e
CHOICE SEEDS! ViKW3i
Japan Apple-Tic M"!on;
Fij Tont-. Tr
I "1 ' ,
Odell's Lar?o Whits V, .iterm-.;"'
rr,. 'j . iv;. : i,: u - . .-.
i ri I .1 - ' 'J
The cb'.veare ail new an 1 v
and will b'.' sent by mail
ae. btamt tal-fa for
'' ( LV:
The Nebraska FarJ
DE VOTtD TO t T, J
DeroLut h Aricdrc, 'r '..,
Horticulture, Mxhara '..U
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