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BROWNVILLE, JULY 26, I860.
ronrr. P11 inadvance, - $3,00
rr0" . " at the end of 6 month, 2,60
' " " "13 " 8.t0
A-mJi cf H or nr e furnished at $1,60 per
BVn,7prirvded' the cash accompanies tha '.rder, not
J" The "K'ebraEta Advertiser" having
each the largest circulation cf any paper in
the Territory, "Wholesale Merchants in St.
Luie, St. Joseph. Cincinnati and other East
ern markets where Nebraska merchants pur-
vse will find no better advertisinz medium
the Western countryS
We have on hand, priuted In superior style, and Tor
...cbeapforcatb, afresh supply of
Warranty Deeds, Mortgage Deeds,
Trust Deed. Honda lor Deeds,
Justice, Sheriff and Constable Blanks,
imnk Preemption Papers,
Township Flats. Bills Lading.
Drafts, Notes, etc., etc., etc.
h we call the especial attention of those in nee a.
?KiotiMf nr nd every descuptlon executes to
i0 , Z stvle inferior to none, produced in any Vart of
ercerin we f xccpt no cmce in the West, or else
S?ert and offer specimens of our work aa cadence.
r"n RAVES, PioVfCller. Staticner, and
0?. AcentWt Office btUlrtwir, Corner Douelasand
M .treeta oroaha. N. T., cor authorized
TT . ptiiVQ & CO., Xews and Literary Do
lJ' rYmftfcmidtng. M.in street, opposite the Xuck-SSiVi-..
City, are our authorized Agent.
Ub the 2dPrfiir and F arner.
recipies to be used this extremely hot
veather which, in the language of a tvit
' ty exchange, produ.'fs "a sudden pressure
cf the collipsus lindix, a caving in of the
oinality or tack bonibus, and a feeling of
slimness io the immediate vicinity of the
cateroid canibus" we have heard of, is-.
"Spiritus Vini Otardi, z. l.
Spintns Vim Jamaici z
Suarutn Whitum.q. s.
Icihfis Finis, j. s.
. Sliceum. Pineapplei.
cum straw urn.
Evan and Buck will
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SalCS Of Real EstatC.Last week
Dr. McPherson sold the Brownville
House property in this place, to F.
B. Cogswell. E.-q. of Atchison, Kansas :
Tj-: cmnn nn Mr. Corswell is an
Il,c, i.uvu,vvi - - - - o
experienced Hotel keeper we are inform.
j ...;ti ;mmPf!iatlv new v lurnisa
VU, UVi V iiiiiuv-i--; j
the House and open it 'out in number one
Th? Doctor also fold his lot and store
room on the levee, to a gem Ionian from
Cincinnati, Ohio; Price, $3100,00.
The Chairman, in a few brief remarks,
stated the objects of the meeting.
On motion, a Committee of five were
appointed to select candidates for the
PJattsmouth Convention, '
The Committee, after a few minutes
consultation, reported the names of T.
W. Tipton, from Brownville, D. C. San
ders Nemaha City, Dr. Peery Peru,
W. R. Leach Glenn Rock, and R. P.
Ilutchius London, and recommend that
the Convention elect them as Delegates
to represent Nemaha County in the Platts
mouth Convention. ;
The report of the Committee was
On motion, the delegates were instruc
ted to cist their votes on every ballot, in
the Territorial Convention, for S. G. Dai
ly, as long as there was any hope of nom-
On motion, it was resolved that a Re
publican Convention be held in Brown
ville, on Saturday the 8th of September,
to nominate Candidates for the Legisla
Some discussion toolc place as to wheth
er the proposed Convention should be
composed of delegates, or the people as
semble cn mass, as heretofore. It was
finally decided that the Convention should
consist of delegates, to be apportioned as
Brownville and London, 9 ; Nemaha
City, 7; Peru, 10; Glenn Rock,4; St.
Frederick, 2; Shroafs Precinct 3; Long's
It was recommended that meetings be
held in each Precinct at any convenient
time previous to the Slh of September, to
select delegates to the County Conven
On motion, the Convention adjourned.
W. S. HORN, Chairman, j
T. R. Fisher, Sec'y.
SEIGEL & GREENBAUM,
Announce that they have received and opened their
D- 31. Kclsy- A Republican Speaker
from Oreop'.lis, addressed the citizens of
this place on Tuesday evening last. He
ver' evidently docs not understand Ne
braska politics. Leading Republicans
here think his remarks were about as
would be those cf a Breckinridge Democ
rat to Douglas audience.
Coming Back- Mesrs Waltz and
Martin, who went out to the mines last
Spring returned Saturday last. - They re
port others from this place on the way
back. A, large number of returning
companies have passed through this city
the past week.
TcIegXapll. The workmen putting
up Telegraph poles, reached this city
last evening. To-day they are putting
up the poles along main street.
IZats Cars, ami Roots c Shoe
Gentlemen's Under Wear,
Carpet Sacks, &c, &c.,
' Their stock rrie" from the
A very Cne stock cf
Gratif 1 for past patromge they hope by future
attention to business, and a determination to please,
in stjle, quality and prices, to merit not only a con
stant put increased patronage.
GIVE UX A CALL.
Brewnville. April 12, I860,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Announce to their old customer and the Citizens of
Browuviiieaud vicinity, that they have fitted up a new
stand, with all the conveniences that ladies and gentle
ruf.t can wli-h to mko them comfortable. Their stand
Thf WP'ltllPT FridaV last was theson lt Street, between Main and Water, wherethey
1U Hittium j I are prepared to t.erve customers wiih tho
hottest -day within the "memory of the
eldest inhabitant." The Thermometer
gotup ashigh as 110. The very air
Ncraaha County Agricultural So
ciety. The Nemaha County Agricultural So
ciety held its annual meeting at Johnson's
Hall in Brownville, on Saturday, July
21st. The following officers were elec
ted to serve the coming year.
President D. C. Sanders,
Vice President A. Hoblitzell,
Treasurer Jesse Cole,
Secretary R. W. Furnas,
W. H. Denman,
W. S. Horn.
G. H. Nixon,
" It tni resolved that the next annual
fair be held at the City of Brownville, to
commence on the first Friday, iu October
next, and continue two days.
: R. W. Furnas, G. H. Nixon, and Jes-
ee Cole, were appointed a committee to
prepare, and have published a premium
At a meeting of the Democracy of Ne
maha County held at Brownville July 24
it was -
Resolved, that G. II. Nixon E. W.
Thomas, Dr. W. W. Keeling, Jesse Cole
and Samuel Leeper be and are hereby
appointed a County Central Committee
Resolved, that faid Committee be re
quired to call a County Convention on the
4th of August for the purpose of electing
Delegates lo the Territorial Convention
to meet at Omaha on the 15th of
Choicest quality of Ilrcad,
tad, Sponge, Gold, silver, and every
kind of Cake,
Euiicr and Eggs, Picnick craclitrs.
All kinds of Summer Beverages,
Confectionaries of the Best quality, &c, &c
Tonns ladies and pentlcmen will do well to call and
get their fancy lioart candy.
parties, Families, and Ftck-Mcks
Served on the Shortest JCotict.
Cold Lunch at all Hours,
The Farmers of Nernitha lifid tte aflo-ninc counties
will do well tocive us a call. We also invite the trav
eling community to d. the same. We will accommodate
tbem on the niot-t reasonable term.
Our niutto is '-small profts, Quick saJes, and keep the
runnev in the Tenitury," a we are permanently located
in thisconnty of Neman, Nebraska.
Our experience in eatenuc to the tasts of the omens
of Brownville, warrant us in the belief that we will be
able to Rive entire satisfaction, aud that we will receive
a liberal patronaso.
Brownville, June , 1BC0.
Brownville, N. T.
W. C. COMFORT
JOHN W. MIDDLETON,
BnoTFirrixuG, rr. t.
AUTNOUNCES that be has inst received
from St. Louis, with afresh stock, and has
-now on Land, principally of Lis own manu
Fine Gents and Ladles Saddles,
Bugy and Wagon Harness,
II alters, TTliipi,
. Of Every Style, '
PIKE'S PEAK WHIP LASHES,
' PLASTERING HAIR,
A good supply always kept on hand.
Work Manufactured to Order.
CALL AND SEE FOB YOURSELVES.
Brownville, April 19, 1860.
BOOTS & SHOES
JPor tiro ZVIillloxx.
CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE.
TIIKY ARE OF EVERY GRADE,
And Made of Good Stock,
Good Shoes at from 75 cents to Three Dol
lars re: Pair.
Good Boots at From $1,50 to $G
riavlnf Juit rrced wltli a sawatcck of
I invite the attentlin 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,
quali :y and prices.
DO JOT FAIE TO STOP
BRVWHVILLE SHOE STORE.
WILLIAM T. DD2T.
Brownville. jlpril, 26, IS60.
Proceetflnsor tne Republican Con
I-ursuant to a call from the Centera
Committee, the Republicans of Nemah
bounty, assembled in Mass Convention,
in Brownville, on Saturday, the 20th inst.
for the purpose of choosing delegates to
the Territorial Republican Convention.
.Tli -Convention was organized by elect
ing W.1 S: Horn Chairman,' and T. R.
ANNOUNCES to his old customers, and the citi-
ens of Brnqtnvillc and viiir.ity. that he has returned
lusiness tl his ild stsnd on Kirt Street between Jtlaiu
and Atlantic, where he is prepared to serve customers
Of Bread, Sponge, Pound,
Gold, Silver, and every
kind of Cake.
Soda, Butter, Graham and
And various other Summer beverages.
Confections of all kinds
PARTIES,1 PIC-NICKS AND PRI
' VATE FAMILIES i
Served on the shortest notice.
To Pike's Teal: win do well to call at tho Mammoth
Bskery anl lay in their Sck bcTire Koiiij! on the plains.
All supplies will be sold by Retail or Wholesale.
Aly experieuce In catering to the tastes of the citiiens
or urownviue, warrant me In believin? 1 will be able
to pive entire Satisfaction aud that 1 win receives
iibrrtl patronaae.- ' W. C. COitFOKT.
Brownville, June 1st, 1S60,. - 47-riy
Fifty Thousand Copies Already Sold.
COUNSELLOR IX BUSINESS,
BY FRANK CROSBY.
OF THE PHILADELPHIA BAR.
IT TELLS TOU Hot to draw up Partnership Paperi
and gives general forms for Agree
ments of all kinds, Bills of Sale, and
Leases and Petitions.
IT TKLLS T0U Ilow to draw up Bunds and Mortgages,
Affidavits, Powers of Attorney, Notes
aud Bills of Exchange, Receipts aud
IT TELLS TOU The laws for the collection of debts with
the Etatutes of Limitation and amount
and kind of property exempt from
execution in every State.
ITTELLsTOtJ How to nuke an assignment propetly,
with forms for Composition with cred
itors, aud the insolvent laws of every
IT TELLS TOU The lepal relation existing between
Guardian and Ward, Muster an Ap
prentice, Landlord and Tenant.
IT TELLS YOU What constitutes Libel and Slauder, and
the law as to marriage Dower, the
Wif's right in prowerty, Divorce and
IT TELLS"T0U The Law for Mechanics' Liens in. every
State, aud the .Naturalization Laws
cf this country, and how to comply
with the same.
IT TELLS TOU The Law Concerning Pensions and how
to obtain one, and the pre-emption
Laws to Public Lands.
IT TELLS TOU Ths Law for Patents, with mode of pro
cedure in obtaining one, with Inter
ference, Assignments and Table of
IT TELLS TOU Dow to make your wni, and lfbw to ad
minister on an Estate, .with the -aw
and the requirements thereof iif every
IT TELLS TOU The meaning of Law terms in general
. . . tise, and explains to you the Legisla
tive Executive anil Judicial Powers of
both the General and State Govern
ments. IT TELLS TOU How to keep out or Law, by showing
tow to du your business legally, thus
saviuing a vast, aiujunt of property,
and vexatious litigaiion by its time
Single copies wili be sent by mail, postage paid to ev
ery Farmer, every Mechanie, every Man of Business,
and everybiniy in every State, on receipt of $1,.00 or in
aw style r mmunsat 91.29.
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 Book, or for terms to agents,
with otner information, apply to or address.
JOnX E. POOTTER. Publisher,
NoGHSansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa
Dillon, Thompson & Co.l
"nomas P. Haywood". J
Notice is hereby given that by rirtue of an cxe
cutiou indued from the office of the Clerk of tbo
District Court fur Nemaha County. .Nebraska Terri
tory, ngninet T. P. liny wood and infarorof Dillon,
Thompson &, Co., for the 5itm cf sixty-nine dollars
and twenty-seven cents ; I, J. B. Wells. Sheriff of
said Nemaha County, Nerbaska, have levied upon,
and will sell at public auction, fiom the door of the
hou4o where the last term of the said conrt wa
held, at Brownville in said county, rn Monday,
the 23rd day of July, A D 1SG0. to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, the following decribcp
property, to wit: the northwest quarter of section
24, towm-hip 5, range 15, containing 160 acres, with
all the appurtenances thereunto attached, as the
proju-.rtyof said Thoinas P. Haywood, in satisfaction
of said execution.
. . J.B.WELLS,
Sboriffof Nemaha County, N. T.,
By Run. B. Thompov. Dep y.
Brownville, June 14th. 1850. 49-Ct-$7 D
NO. 17, HAir STREET,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Which Is the eldest, most extensive and reliable
Merchantile Douse in the Upper Country ?
TIIEO DOM JILL
Where are the best bajgaini to be bad la the par
cfcaj of ail kinds of foods?
Who tells goods at tha lowest f gar f
Who cntfits PiVysPeakers with any and every
thing they wantt prices equal at hast, with Saint
Louis and St-ioseph?
THEODORE HILL ,
Who keeps the choicest quality of goods t
Whersare the latest styles and. finest qualities cf
Fancy Goods to be found ?
Who pays the highest market prlc for ail kinds of
Who does the exclusive Commission Easiness in t1)e
City of Brownville?
Who wholesales goods to the back country oil the
most advantageous terms?
Who purchases and ships more conn try prod ace than
any one else in the upper country ?
THEODORE H ILL
Who keeps constantly on hand and for sale the larg
est and best assotticens of Hardware. ?
Where do the Ladies find the test assortment of the
latest style Hoops 2
ere do people jro to find rnnplete stock of
- - b Jots, SSoes, Hits to i Caps?
THE undersigned has S 0C0 acres cf Choice Laada lo
cated in this Territory, which be will sell
Cheap for Caxh or on Time.
For further Informal! -n rpir to my ofPoe on Main
ftree, of this rlace. u ATKiyFOX.
R. W. Furnas
R.J. Whitney and
J. W. Coleman.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an ex
ecution issued from the office of the Clerk of the
District Court of Nemaha county. Nebraska Terri
tory, against l W Furras, R J Whitney and J W
Coleman, ana in favor of Ueatli Nuckolls for the
sutu of fur hundred and thirty-fivo dollars and
thirty certs; I, J B Well?, Sheriff of Nemaha Co.,
Nebraska Territory, have levied upon end from the
door of the houe where the last term of court was
held in Brownville, in siid county, on Monday the
23 J day of July. A D I860, at one c'elK, r M
will sell at public sale to the highest bidder, for csh
in hand, the following descriried real-estate, to wit.
tho part of tho N. La?t quarter of section s town
ship franco 15 containirgone hundred and thirty
two acres, with all the improvements thereon, as the
property of K. J. Whitney, in satisfaction of said
execution. J. . r.LL.
Sheriff of Nemnha Co., N. T
Brownville, June 1-tth, 1S60. 43-6t-S10.50.
I have left a power of attorney with William IT.
HoovEBjEsq, atitboriiiBjhim to attend to roy busi
ness affairs during my absence. L. SWAN,
tfrewBville. April, 26th IS69.
Where will tou find alt kinds of Caned Fruits,
(-yaters, Bottled Liquors of the choicest brands, etc ?
if TflE0 MILL'S.
Where will thoso going V the Gtld Mines find asup
tiy cf Pick?, Axes, Shoeli, Sluice folks, Ox Yokes,
jtows, Chaina, Bacon, Beans. Sogar, Gunpowder,
Rocker, Coffee, and evt rytbing they want ?
AT THEODORE HILL'S
-. . .
rh""? will Farmers go o purrhasi ' Plows, or sell
cat. Car-n, Oats Ry, BiJley.I uU:os, BeafiB Biit-
ter, L-s, f c.
T O HI L 'S .
If Farmers wish to ship tk'if p odaco themselTes,
, where fla "ty g 7
II yourr'.sii to deal with accoaaiodating and polite
GO TO THEODORE HILL'S
In short : For anything io eat, drink or wear.
: -7 Ti ..',7 D rca
3.7.0WNVILL-3, N- T.
U - -'1 - sJ 'J
JOHN A. PONW,
From his Old Stand cn ths LsTfre to
' wmnrEYS' new blocs,
Where he has opt aed up a
STAPEE AXD FAXCY
A Large Stock of Choice Family
And a fine assortment of ' '
Soda, , .
A well selected Stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
UEENS WA R E,
SE3 CL Cl 1 0 3T 3T s
Boots aud Shoes.
HtS knowledge of the trade and wants of the people
cf Boownville and vicinity enables him to make judici
ous purchase expressly for this market. He aska an
examination of hts Stock, feeling assured he will he
able to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
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E.--!Yi,,K.T., April ir,!?-).
notice la hereby given to all persons interested that
Esther Beihline has been appointed administratrix of
the estate of Jubn Bei?hline. late of Pawnee County.
N. T., deceased. All persons bavin claima arainst the
aald estate are notmed to present tbem to the Probate
Court of said County, on or before the 14th day of May.
I860, or they will be forever barred from recovering
such claim in any action whatever. H. G. LORE,
liwno32F$7 . Probate Judge.
Samu! Callen. i In the District Conrt of Xemaha
vg. V County, Xehrafcka Territory.
Fielding n. John. J "
The aaid defendant Fielding n. John of the State of
Missouri will take notice that the &aid plaintiff, Samuel
Callen of Xemaba County, Nebraska Territory, did, on
tbelltbdayof July. I860 file his petition in the said
court a?aiBt the said defendant setting forth that the
said defendant is indebted to the and plaintiff in tbe sum
cf S2S5, for work and labor performed and aUo for mon
ey expended for said defendant by aaid p'aintiffj also
that Mid defendant is indebted to aiitt plarctiffin the
additional sum of $350 for a portion f the machinery pf
a steam boat, the property of aid plaintiff and by him
delivered to said defendant. Plaintiffasks judgment for
eaiil amounts, and has caused an order or attachment to
i4ue against the property of aald de.'endant. And said
defendant is further noticed that he la reVjnired to ap
pearand answer said petition on or before Monday tte
Sth day of August next.
E. W. THClf AS4t'y for PIT.
Brc-nrilje, Julr ltb, iSZO. l-t-$1
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18G0. FRESH I860.
ti A li iii lD ii
Tr Have Just Received Our
SPRING AND SUMMER
U) W 8
Which is the Largest and most Compltit
Sleek ever offered in the JVesf, and
vhich tee will sell at prices to
To glr2 us a Caff
They can all be suited
in ererything they desire from
From a 10c Lawn To a 52 00 p jard
Fancy Silk Dress Fattern.
We can Fit Gents in Suits from $5 to $50
Utah and California,
GAIT be supplied with Onttlts at Unprecedented Low
Price. We do not desire to humbug any one, but state
facta which we will prove to all giving ua a call.
No Charge for pricing and showing Goods
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, .
Cutlery and Queensware,
A. Ii&r9 Ajsortment of
Ecad jMade ilotliiag.
Best Qualities of
III 11 WIEffi
Together with a (treat variety of articles to tsdlous to
mention. Our motto is :
"Small Profits and Quick Returns.11
Como O23.0 ! Como .T1 ! 1
You may rest cssared you'll not be dis
Heeded or IDcsired
Cari It had at our Store, and on terms as
favor alii as those of any ether
House in the West.
All Kinds of
Will he taken in exchange at current prices.
IVc Do a Casli, or Exchange for
Produce Trade, and are Deter
mined, thereby to Give our Cus
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. j. M. ulAJ3H ''
Has Just reca. red
TI1E BEST SELECTED
And, pcThajs, the !
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS '
Ever brought above S. Jcsiph,
Which he Is openlcg oat la the
Splendid Kew Building;'.
Icrccr of flala and First Streets,
SZ3ro w nvIUor
E:i itock consist of the fcKowing articles, wild ae
wilt sell cheap for cata :
Ccd Liver Oil,
Pure White Lead,
Raw and b't umber,
Chal! . Linseed Oil.
Cough Candy, Tanner's Oil,
Copal Varnish Costile Scap,
Fancy Soap, Toilet Scap,'
Tooth brushes, Litheraga,'
Patent medicines, Let.papr'
"White Varnirh, Ink,.
Also, a Splendid Assortment of.
Comprlslnii Lyon' Katharlon, Cologne, Pomtnade.
genuine ox marrow, bear areese, and oila, mask isi
eicences or all kinds, and of the Saeti luaiity.
Poolscap paper, fancy letter paper, gilt edged sou,'
and .envelopes, plain, fancy, and emeotied, pens pencils
and pen-holders, inks of all kinds, Ickitaiids wafers'
Holland Gin, Irian WhUky, Bourbon Whisky, Ginger.
Brandy. Cordial, Port Wine, Xadaira, Wine, WUte wit'
and Malaga Wine.
Mr. Vann being an experienced practical DruruUt.hU
patrons mey rest assured that all medicine procured,
from him aregenulne without fear of mlatakes.
jr3"Pby!clan't Prescriptions attended to at all Lot'
bota by day and night.
Brownville, May 24, 1S60 ly.
What Everybody WAnts."
THE FAMILY DOCTOR-
Simple Remedies, Easily Obtain-'
lor tlie Cure or Disease In
PROF. HENRY " TAYLOR, M.D.
IT TELLS rOtT Hew to attend upon the sick, and ho to
c(x,t for tbem ; how to prepare drinks
Poultice fcc, ari-I :o how t guard
aealnst tbe infection from coutagloua
IT TELL3 TOT Of the varion disease cf Chtldres, and
gives the best and simplest node of.
treatment dorian uething, convnu
ion, Vaociuation, Whooping-coog,'
IT TILLS TOTT The aymptotn rf Cronp, Cholera Infan
tum, Cboiic, Diaruei, worm cai:e4
Head, Rinaworm. Chicken-fox, he.,
and givea yea the test remedies for
IT T2LLLAOT7 The symptoms of Fever and Agte, and
uiiioun. leiiow, Typhu, Scarlotan4.
ether rever, ahdaive yon the heat
tuiplet remedie fr their onre.
IT TELLS T0C The ymptoms of luflaenta. Concm-,
tlon Dypepila, Aathma, Dropey. the
Gout. Khcumatism. Lnmbajo, Xry-"
ipu. &.c,, and give 70a tbe best,
Remedie for thdir care.
IT TILLS TO? The spmptoms of Cholera Morhna, Ma
lignant cholera, Smail-p.)X Dysentery
Cramp. Pixeaaes of the Bladder, aaj
of the kidney and, Liver, and thetea4
remeUie for their cum.
IT TELLS TOT Tbe symptoms of the Mmp, Xenral-
aia, apoplexy, riralysla, tfce varloaa
UUeai of the throat, teeth, ear iM
eye, and the best readies for their
IT T2LL3 TOT? The symptoms of Pplleptr Ja'wO the
Pile Kopture JHeae of the Heart ,
Hemorrhage, Venereal Oeaie and
J-'Vrpbot,i, nd itlves tbe best rem
ules for their eore.
ITTELLSTOTJ The best and simplest treatment fot
wonnda, broken bnnesanddHlocatlens
prin lockjaw, ?evr $.rrft White
Swelimir. Ulcers, Whitlow, Bolls,
Sc'irvy, burns, ani Scrofula.
IT TELLS TOU Of the various Cieae peculiar to tbe
remleSex. and Rive the host arrtim
plet remedies for their euro, together
with many valuable hint for tie pres
ervation of -health.
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ical terms, o a to be eiflly undemtood- while it 13
ple recetpe may oon save ru many time the t of
the bcok. It U printed in a clear ar. c?eB type ; is il
lustrated with Sppropriate enKravnit and willbofor
warded to your addre, neatly p-.utd and postage paid,
on tte receipt of $1,00.
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Can te made by enterpr'.!, mtQ. everywte, ia seK
linit the above work, aa our Inducement to all socfe axe
tT single .jpieao' tbe Book, or for terms U agent
Wita ovher infornv.tir.D. rpiy to or addres
v JOHN K. POTTER, Publisher,
- ".eCnS3nsm Street PhUadelfh, Pa.
D. J. IilARTHI CO.,
ille, April 19. 1;60. ilUj
Will give steady employment to from tentr ta
tliinty good seamstresses. Aprlr imnnxlmt..!.
; rsfnvi!! April 2 IS 50. " J ' '
"PROBATE NOTICE. .
WIiritEAS, Joseph Sbitts. has kren appointed
Hener.l Adminiit-aW of the Etat of Ce.)ri-
EnqVehardt. deceased, Ltta of 5eimhA Count j. notice
is hereby given that I have appointed' j'arurdajr,
t. ,-pteniber the litb. 1.51. as tha day f heHrin
claims against sai.i . scale ; a.i ppnoos hancciaiaw
against said estate ae herebj no SrX to havt theiu
on fie cn or before tbat 2ij or they may forever b
debarred frt-m recovering gach eJaims.
Given under lay har.d and sJEcial seal this 221
day of June, a I, 1330.
crsrs w. icTrr.zT.rm,
51-I2t$I3fee. Pr..b;.te .lufe.
NOTICE hereby given that .Monday 'be -2Zrl
day of Ju'y, A D, H J'J, is t'ie time set f t the tiil
settlement of tin- K.-tato f John TVi-liUae. ia' of
Pawnee county, Nehrx Territory. d-re:v:edwh;n
and where all persons iaterested tc.iv appear aud
show caustS if uay, why the accounts cf Et'.ier
Strk-kl.r, AdIaisiratris of eaii eatat fl"V.Ii ucs
Given aic5-cr wnd thi? Jf'th day of a
1?5'. . II. 0. LORE, rr-t;t3 Ja.f;e.
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