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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1860)
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.OWIx VILLE, AUG. 23., 16G0.
12 " 3 00
be furni5hedt 1.60 per
n.r.or If n&id in advance,
. at the end of months,
,t 4t I " "
m f 19 :.r mora will
..m tha cib accompanies the i-cr, not
The '.'Kebraska Advertiser" having
i the largest circulation of any paper in
"orritnrt'. Wholesale Hercliants in St.
c St. Joseph, Cincinnati and other East
larketa Where Nebraska merchants pur-
e. will find Ho better Rdvertiaing mediura
3 Western country X$
- We iearn that the Board of Managers
of the Territorial Agricultural Society
have deternuncJ rnt to hold a Fcir this
fall. This we consider a verj unwise
step,. the result of which we entertain
rreat fears. The Tair was to have been
held at Omaha. If our Omaha friend
felt unable, this year,- lo make the neces
sarv preparations, it could have been held
at Nebraska City again, where the peo
pie no-doubt, would have been pleased to
have it this year. Allowing such enter
Signers -of the Declaration r t ri r
prises to "lag Dy uie
ted In superior style, and
ep for chh, rres-h turply f
-anty Deeds, Mortgage Deeds,
..... rtssrio lifmrii tor Deeds.
Justice. Sheriff and Constable Blanks,
ISltnk. Preemption iPf".
. Tovnshin Plats. Bills Lading.
"Drafts. Notes, etc., etc.. etc.
Mil the especial attention of those in need.
a ami everr description executed to
n . utrie inferior to none, produced in any part of
intry. we except no orrioe in mc cm, vr v-ib-
. and offer specimens of our worn as evidence.
A. -GRAVES, likteller, Stationer, and
i Acent, P.Mit Office building, Corner Donclasand
trPPt onuhi. N.T.. 1 our authorized
ut for both the Advertiser and Farmer.
TT ATI "DING A CO.. News and Literary De-
-Tiii'a biiiiitim. Haiu street, opposite the Niak-
:i .tve, Nebrahka City re our tuthoriied Agents
jth the Advertiter and I armer.
JOY. COK & CO.
. export ixxx
AND - DEALERS IN
, and Printing Material of all Kinds.
i Tribune Buildings, NewTork, and Brown's Iron
' ...... ... , t :
They areauthoriied Agents lur tbe
Farmer and Advertiser.
3IATIinR & ABBOTT,
. SUCCESSORS TO II G ELY,
:d Slates ar.d Forrign Newspaper
3. BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
nthnriied scent for the "NEBRASE-A ADVER
f and ""NEBRASKA. FARMER.
irapalsn Advertiser Subscribe
he Campaiirn Advertieer. We intend
-are no pains to make it an accepla-
-aper to all who are opposed to the
ous , policy of .Buchanan and his fol-
Let the voters cf Nemaha County bear
- a. ' v aW . 1
in mind that J. b. JUorton. wno is now
askin their votes, is the identical man
who assisted in driving one of the Rep
resentatives of this County from the halls
of the Legislature, with shouts of "move
him!" 4iput him out," &c. We refer to
his treatment of lion. b. A. Chambers,
Ferhaps, the particulars are'desired.
Steamer Hesperian Bnrneil. We
regret to learn that the Steamer Hesperi
an, one of the most popular and elegant
boats in thiser upper trade, wastotaly de
stroyed by fire, while at Winthrop, oppo
site Atchison, on the night of the 20th.
The fire is thought to be the work cf in-
cendiary. Capt. Kerchival owned one
quarter of the boat, and was insured only
for 84,500. Value of boat 4-5,000.
The opposition could not have nomina
ted a man who would better suit Daily's
hand than Morton. Why Daily might
a -kpII "show out." He holds the ,lfour
Wlicb is tbt oldest, most extensir and rnM
Jlerchantilo House in tho Upper Countrj?
WeSt& LakC, are just now furnishing
the citizens cf this place with choice
meats. If we had no otner evidence,
that nice ham of lamb presented the Ed
... " . .
ltor would be convincing testimony.
ayable in all cases cash in advance.
a a a
till Coming. On Saturday last, cur
nsmen, J. Wr. Coleman, Esq., and
C .Edwards, and Mr. McCor, cf
.era, returned to this City, direct from
i Gold Regions. They ma de the trip
the Brownville route in thirteen days.
j are pleased to know they have Etood
trip well, and are in "good order and
To our old friend, Coleman, we are in
ted for some very rich specimens of
d-bearirrg quartz. Also to Mr. Mc-
StOTCS, dC. J. C. Dceser, the pop
ular Dealer in stoves tin ware sc., has
just returned from below with a rousing
big stock of every thinginhis line. He
says he is prepared to give rtfi bargains.
He has some new and beautiful patterns.
Call and see him
i'cmslia County Ajrricnltnral Fair.
ti.e i:rr;.-.iM Li t, Ci.cr. 1 1 y iLe
our farmers and :.. vl.-r.ics will
:.lir themselves, and that the apprcach
; fair will be. Number one in every re-
lie First and Last Dun.
Tt here say-to all persons enring u, either by
e or account, we roust hare our piiy, in wheat or
jey bj the first of October next. No exceptions,
-s is acah business; therefore, when we do Cred
ihe pay must come when we need it; and we will
i it by the above named date.
D. J. MABTIS" & CO.
Drowttrille. Anfut23, 1SC0.
- . -
Issabeila Grape Mr. G. w. Brat-
:ic, cf this lace has placed upon our
.ble a fine bunch of that most delicious
"rape, the Isabella. The specimen he
re us is very fine indeed.
McKin's FlOUr. Our citizens will
glad to know that hereafter they can be
r6ished at all times with the best quali-
of the justly celebrated Melvin Flour,
' cilliog al.the City Bakery in this place,
lour from Melvin's Mills has establish
1 for itself an excellent reputation, and
? need but. .say it can be had as above
Personal. Our sanctum was honor
ed last week, by a visit from neighbor
Reed, of the Rockport (Mo.) Ihrald.
We are glad to know that the HeralJ
under the management of Mr. Reed is
G003 Corn. Mr. A. Handley and
J. W. Coleman have both left at cur of
fice specimens cf bottom-land corn of
this year's growth that are very good in
deed, considering the season: in fact
would be. cal
i.in Historical remarks cpon the Declaration, and
ttetcU of tLe lealir.g events, cnnm ed with the
adoption of the Articles of Cotiederation,
and cf the Federal Constitution, by
BEITS ON J. LOGGING,
Author cf "1775." "Lives cf Preiidentt," tic, etc.
Illustrated with Pii'ty Portraits of the Sign
ers, and numerors other engravings.
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dress tn the United States.
From the Ilerald. .
IPTV. - i .
iucm ro iesons or ueep, oidiug; interest, and ;f
juchwuiaoie vaite, to te learned in studying the lives
01 me uien uo peniea their all to secuie the blessed
inheritance of free institutions which we mw rnimr
Wadonot learn merely the dignity and sacrednessof
pure painoiiMii, oy loHowing them in their career amid
uo otvi ui5 i.i iub a.evoimion. Dula 11 the vir:ap whins
adorn bum? nity are presented in such bold relief, in the
Fi...iC.uvi yuunv ituuua 01 mat venerable compauy
thatwheu we rise from a perusal of a narrative of th.ir
lives wo feel as if all the noble qualities of oar ccm-
iuuu luaucooa uaa neen pashirz before ua in i'vii- nA
vj -.v u uui i'iuiuuuu reverence.
The biography of a great man is an history of his own
limes and when we have perused the record of the ac
tions of the men of our Revolution wo have imbibed a
general knowledge of the great events of that striiKClo
for Freedom. If this proposition in true, than we feel
that this volume has a claim to the public tejard, lor
the author has endeavored to comprUa., within as small
a cumpass as a perspicuous view of the subject would
allow, the chief events in the lives of the men who
stood sponsors at the baptism in blood of our Infant Hp.
The memoirs are ilcstrated by copious noten exnlan.i-
tory of events alnded to in the course of the biocranbi-
cal narrative, and these will be found a highly useful
feature of the work."
Copies of either of the above books, with a han,nm
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person in the United States upon veceipt of the price,
and 21 cents to pay potpe, by addressing the publisher
wto is desirous of call j our attention to bis liberal
method f tranactiiiii bucincrs. viz :
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The Prefents are of Eod uualitr and of tT T.it
Manufacture, and comprise a larce assortment of (lold
mi Miver watches, Silver Plated Ware. Silk Drpga
Patterns, Jewelry, and useiul articles, too numerou to
Snd for a Complete Classified Catalogue of Books
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trial wil assured you that the best pUcj In t be count r to
euy ooois, is at the put DooK establishment of .
Geors-e G. Evrjis.
Publisher and Originator of the Gift Book Entrrprite
And Proprietor of the largest G i t'T BUCiC STAB-
LISII&D In the Country, permanently located at
A'o. 439 Chettnut Strtet,
PHIL AD EliPHIA.
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Where are, the best fcsjgains to b had la the pur
chase or a.11 JtiEdj of goods 7
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JEW COOKS! IJEW B
Publisher, and Originator o' tr,.
GIFT BOOK ENTERPRISE,
No. 1.33 Chestnut Street,
JUST PUBLISHED ! !!
fiomc Book of ficalth
A Family Doctor,
EStBRACUTQ The Laws and Means of Physical cul
ture, adapted to practical use, laws of Digestion,
Breath. ag, Ventilation, unes of the Lungs,
ClrculaJon and Kenovation, laws
and diseases of the Skin, Bath
injf. Clothing. Temperature,
i'ood and Cooking, Poi
son, Exercise and
Rest, etc., etc'
EIoit to Prevent Consumption,
opinions and directions
conducive to a long and healthy
life, and remarks relative to the rigM
usq of physicians by
W. A. ALCOTT, M. D.
Withthirty- ae illustrations. One voiumc, ismo., cuo
pp., handsomely bound la cloth. Price $100. And
upon re-ept the price nd 21 cents sauiuooai or
Postage, acpy of the book, together with handsome
present, worth from 60 cents to $100, will be sent to
any address in '.he United States.
Who sails goods at the lowest Sjare ?
Who cntSts Pike'i Peaken with
thing they want.at prices equal at least, with. Saint
Louis and St. Joseph?
THEODORE HILL .
Who keeps the choicest quality of goods f
Where are the latest stylet and finest qualities of
Fancy Goods tc be found T
Who pays the highest market price for all kinds of
Wio doesiie exclusire Commission Business in the
city vf liroTiSTille ? .
THEODORE MI la la
Who wholesales goods to the back countrj on the
most advantageous terms?
PlC NIC. As we go to press the
Brownville Union Sabbath School is hol
ding a pic-nic on the hill near town. Par
ticulars next week.
IOrelmprOTCUlCnt. Wre notice that
on R. Bkown is getting material on the
ound for the. erection of a fine brick
sidence, yet this season, on Main be
rem Third and. Fourth Streets. Mr.
rown is 'nov going to be behind in the
y of improvement.
(Formerly from Seneca County, Ohio,)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
July 25, 1SC0.
10., -XT. Tf
Money To Loan.
Tersons wishing toboirow money, can ho accom
modated by applying to the undersigned. Reliable
security rqu tred. II. M. AKIXSON.
B. F. Lusliftacgh, Esq., of the Bank-
'2 House of Lusubagh & Carson in
.is City, and who has been East for the
1st l;x "months, returned on Saturday
it. His'- absence has been prolonged,
2 are sorry to say, by severe family af
ction loss of a child and aunt in
hich he has cur heartfelt sympathies.
We are pleased to see Mr. L. looking
d well-himself. .
Godey for September, is on our
lble. The engravinr "The Gleaner,"
-and Fashion plates are unusually fine.
The matter, as usual cf the choicest lit
rature, sprinkled with every-day facts
" epecial interest. ,
Arthur's Home Magazine The
"eplemher number is before us. Whene
ver we open this model Magazine, we
onfess to 'a feeling of satisfaction sel
'om'experienced by the perusal of any
thers. ' '
We Will Purchase Wheat
As money is scarce, we will pay in goods for wheat
63 cents perbusbel ; and for flour $2,75 per hundred
pounds. We will furnish sacks for wheat and re
ceive it, either at our Store in Browtfc-ille or at
Melon's Mills. D. J. MARTIN i CO.
Brownville, Oct. 20, 1859. ctP-5
SUMS EiBB HILLS
I TIAVE made arrangements with DOUGLAS
BROTHERS, Zanesville, Ohio, the only establishment
in the United States, engaged exclusively ia the manu
facture of Sorgho Sonar ililln, Evaporators, &.C, by
which I can furnish thefarmers in this regionwith those
much needed articles. The Douglas Sugar Will and Ap
paratus were awarded the First Premium at the Ohio
State Fair; and the highest bonor at the United States
Agricultural Society, a silver medal. I am confident
Farmers of Nebraska, Kansas, Northern Missouri and
Southern Iowa can find no other to suit them better
cither in price or otherwise.
Capacity and Price of IMills,
Tnree iron Rollers in Strong Iron Frame.
No C One Horse Vertical Mill presses from5
to 30 gallons of juice per hour ; price $ 6C
00 1 uoe norte vertical presse from 23 to to
gallons of j nee per hour ; price
Same as No 1 ; extra heavy,
do 2 Two horse Verticil presses from 35 to 60
pallons of juice per hour 1 light drift
do 8 Two horse Vertical (double geared) press
es from 35 to 60 gallons juice per hour, heavy
draft - .
do i Two horiik YerUcal (single geared) press
es from 60 to 75 gallons of juice per hour i
do 6 Four horses Vertical (single geared) capa
city from 100 to 125 calsons per hour
do 6 To horse Horizontal (back: geared) suita
ble to attach to Threshing Machine or other
power, presses from 40 to 60 gallons of
juice per hour
da 7 Two horse Horiiontal, with vertical shaft
to apply lever to. worked by horses same as
Vertical, presses 40 to 60 gallons per hour
do S Foot horse Horizontal (back geared) suit
able to attach to Threshing Machine or other
power, presses 73 to 100 gallons per hours I5f
do 8 Six horse Horizontal (back geared) calcu
lated for water or steam power, ready for
the belt, and with capacity to work off a crop
of from 15 to 20 acres of Cane, 150
n. Y. fur.yas, Ag?t.
,. . .; t i . 1 ! : .-' ' .-. . v 1 . ; , : , 1
Co ; i.;t a!. J erii;).iy 3 j v r : c . ; rc- s jAry
valuable and practical suggestions on the various sub
jects spoken of in the title page, and may prove a very
useful took tn all families, not so much to teach bow to
cure disease, as to prevent their occurrence. Tne laws
and means of physical culture, adapteu to practical use,
are luid down ia a manner within the comprehension of
Technicalities tsve been avoided, and the rules and
observations of all the laws are simply exemplified.
A work of this character is so essential to families,
particularly to young mothers, that few should be with
The great number of deaths among infants has al
ready created an alarm in families, and retleotiona have
been made npon the failure of physicians ia their at
tempt to cure.
The philosophy of diet is one of the features of the
bok and the causes of consumption, a most important
one. This is treated by the ioctor in a most striking and
original manner, and hi means of how to prevent it are
laid down in plain and unmistakeable language.
This portion cf the volume so important to the 100,000
persons who are even now dying with consumption for
nearly that n'; jbjr die annually will be read with an
interest whica will eventually have a most desirable
GEO. G. EVANS. Publisher,
Ho 439 Chesttmt Street,
B. 7 Fraino, FL'lT Nemaha County District
vs l Court 2d Judicial districtNe-
Joehui g; Abbc.d'ft J braska Territory.
In Equity. To Fall Term, A. 1). WW.
JosbnaG, a'Juc. the above named defendant, will
take t.iee that the above named plaintiff, It. W.
Frame, t'id, on to-wit. the 30th day of March, A D
1S60, fiie his petition in tho. abovo named, district
Court witbL. ai.d for Nemaha County Nebraska Ter
ritory, agitst the said Joshua G. Abbe, setting
fortb,'thton,to-wit, the 27th day of December, AD
laDViaa sad defendant did make, execute ana de
liver unto the said plaintiff a certain mortgage, oa
the lollowing described property, viz : lots 4 ana in
block I7t lots 9 and 7 in block So, lots fire and sir
in block one hundred and thirty-nino, lots 9, 10, 3,
and 4 in block fiity-nine, lots 10, and 11, in blocit
fifty -sir, ht twelve in block one hundred and eight,
lots one. two, seven and eight, in block fifty-eight,
lots five find six, in block one hundred and forty,
lots one aod two in block fifty -seven, lots three, four
fiv asJ six in block sixty four, nts seven and eight
in bloc'iono hundred and seven, lot nine in block
one l:ujdred snd thirteen, lot twelvi in block one
hundred at A seventeen, lot ono in block one hun
dred atsd le-'ea, and block one, as numbered and
described 1 1 the published plat of the town of f eru,
i'j Nemaha sfonty Nebraska Territory, to secure the
p-vment o? Ore hundred dollars, according to a cer
ts uboai .-veircd to In said mortgage, and praying
thttsa.Jri&vaaG. Abbe may pay the said sua now
clainivv. trl-t due, or that the said premises may be
soil vC. -y the same, and the said Joshua G. Abba
is BCti'fd ihit he is required to answer, the said
petit ii-z on c? before tho 17th day of September, A
p 18GC-, or the petition will bo taken as true and the
prayet cf him tlieB&id plaintiff, will be granted by
. : :. JOHNSON & BEDFORD, ;
Attornev's for Plaintiff.
AUes ALLEN BLACKER, Dist, Clerk,
By T W Bepfoed Deputy.
Grdcrd that the foregoing be published for four
con;cttUvc weeks in the Nebraska Advertiser
- ALLEN BLACKEK, Clerk,
By T.W. Dedfobd, D'j. .
Brcr.villc, Aug. 5th, 1880. 4w-$12 50
Ycrj NlCC We notice that the prop
rty ca maia street near the bridge, has
ecently undergone quite a change, having
een greatly improved and beautified
WVfind it to be the work of Theo. Hill.
11 . t 1
t 13 now cp,c cf th- handsornest reiden
c blown. JustIikeH.il.
By order of the rrohaie Curt cf A'cmali County,
On Saturday, the 8th day of cent. A. D 1860.
at one o'clock. P M, cf said day, before the door of
the Post oEce, in the City of Pern, in Nemaha Coun
ty, N. T, will be sold to the highest bidder, the
following described real estate, as the property of
Jacob Alelkk, deceased, to-wit: the west half of tho
north-east quarter of section no twenty-eight, town
ship no six, range fifteen, east of the sixth principal
meridian, containing eighty acres, appraised at four
hundred dollars. Terms cf sn.le.cash io hand.
JOHN W. SWAN.
Administrator of the estate of Jacob Melick, de
ceased; Brownville, July 28 1SC0-J5.
fmpcrlanl to Farmers .
McrK. JuuifK Ciallfii k. Son Pul.ii,hcr! Philadel
phia, wijl iul any Agricnltural Work publihhed in
Ameri.a piktpaid, cu receipt f the retail price.
John. McPherson") Ia the District Court of Ne
va Imaha County, Nebraska Ter
Wiiliam 2?ewit j ritory. . .
William Dewit of the State of Missouri will take
nctici that the said John McFhcrson did on the 8th
day of August I860, file his petition in said Court
acainst the said defendant wherein he claims dam
age lo the amount cf five hundred dolUrs.as having
accrued to said plaintiff; in consequence of tha non
pifonnance by said defendant of an agreetnent'and
obligation made Juno 7th, 1800, wherein said de
fendant agreed on or before Jnly 10th, 1809, to de
liver to aid rlaintiff a good ami sufficient deed to
the N. West quarter of section 13 in township five
range 15caet of tho Ctb. Principal meridian, and
to pay to said plaintiff one thousand dollars, and al
so to give his obllsation for the further sum of five
hundred dollars, in consideration that the plaintiff
should convey to said defendant tho hast half of lots
7 and 10 and the whole cf loU 8 and II in block 3 in
JJrownville, together with the Hotel building tber
on. situated And said defendant will tako notice
th;it the necessary affidavit having been filed by the
said plaintiff an order of attachment has been
been issued against Lisprcperty, nadthc land abuvo
desibedba bein attached, said defendant is fur
he notified that he is required t appear and an
wr said petition on nr before the third Monday af
ter IQj vi0i.hd.iy f Angnvf 1310.
1 K W TltOilAS, At'y for 1'1'ff
rrowaTillo,Ans5:hf fiOL . . V ;&-2t
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T H E 0 D0RE H ILL
Who keeps constantly on hand and forgale the larj
. est and best assottment of Hardware. ?
Where do the Ladies find the best assortment of the
latest stylo noops?
Where do people go to find a complete stock of
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps ?
I 1 5
(La Ilk O
Where will you find all kinds of Caned Fruits,
Oysters, Bottled Liquors of the choicest brands, etc?
Where will those going to the Gold Mines find a sup
ply of Picks, Axes, Shovels, Sluine forks. Ox Yokes,
Bows, Chains, Bacon, Beans, Sugar, Gunpowder,
Uockers, Coffee, and everything they want ?
AT THEODORE HILL'S
Where will Fanners go to purohase 'Plows, or sell
Wheat. Corn, Oats Rye, Barley, Potatos, Beans Bat
ter, Eggs, f c.
TO IT I L 'S .
If Fanners wish to ship their produce themselves,
where do they go?
.Ijn.V i'tr i H fi t!
If you wish to deal with accommodating and polite
GO TO THEODORE HILL'S
In short : For anything to eat, drink or wear.
a ) I: , v J: J
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
BrownTiUc, N. T., Aprii 12, 1SG0. ly
JOHN A.. FONH,
Prom hia Old Stand oa the Xtchj to
TTHITIISY'S UHW 33 LOCH,
TTnere ha has opened t? a
STAPLE ArI rA!T
A Large Stock of Choice Family
f .' ;-
What Everybody. Waiiis.
THE ZPALIILY DO OTOE
Simple r.cmctllcs, Easily Chil-.
lor tliG Carccf Uiscacin
l orir. ;
-T- a -w w
Salt, : . .
.. ..' Candles, '"
And a fine assortment cf
. Such as
Spice, - ' -
i etc., etc.
A well selected Stock of .
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Boots and Shoes.
HiS knowledge of the trade and wants of the people
of Boownville and vicinity enables him to make judici
ous purchases expressly for this market. lie asks an
examination or his Stock, feeliog assured he will be
able to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
IT TELLS T0C" Eow to att-i c-v.n tiasick, and hoU
cook for then;; Low te prepare driais
Pouiticea fvC. at,1 -tisr how to jurd
asainst the jHfe-iion from coaujigu
IT TELLS TOu Of the various dleaes cf CVA Jrea, and
gives tha best and simplest nuot'.n ci
treatment during ttetliiajr, convn!
sions, Vacci ration, TThoopirg-ecBih,
IT TELLS YOTJ The gymptoms of Croup, Cholera Infin
tnm, Cholic, Diarrhea, Worn; sea! led
.', ' Head, Bingworm, CSicien-rox, Ac,
and gives you tte test remedies for
IT T1.IXL AOTJ The symptoma of Fever and i.gue, aa
BiMoua. reliow. Typhus, Scarlet and
ctLcr rovers, abJg've yon tlsteit
"imDleSt rpnif" liP fnr thAif wn
IT TELL3 TOC Tho symptoms of Influenza. ConKtnra-
tion Dynpepsia, AstLaia, Irop3ey, the
Gout, Rheumatiiim, Lucitajo, Ery.
ipel.is, &.c and gives joa the bsit
Remedies lor th.iir enre.
IT TELLS TOTT The spmptoms cf Cholera iTorbtis, Ifa
lignairt cholera, Small-J'ox Dysentery
Cramp. Disei$3 0 the Bladder, ad
of the kidneys and Lrver, and tUt best
remedies for t'neir curj.
IT TELLS TO!T The symptom of the Mnmpi. Koaral
Pia, Ap-.p!eiy, Pirtljsis, the various
Diseasesof th throst, teeth, ear and
eye, and the bett remdies for their
IT TILLS TOTJ The symptoms of TTpi'epsy Jnndiee the
riles Rapture Diatacs of the Heart,
Hemorrhage, Venereal Diseases and
UvdrophokU, itnd gives the tast rem
ciies for their cr.re.
IT TELLS TOCT The best and simplest trestTPent foi
wounds, broken bones aud dislocations
sprains lockjaw. Fever Sores, tvtl.a
Swellings, Ulcers, Whitlowi, Uoiis,
Scurvy, burns, and Scrofula.
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Samuel Callen. ) In the District Court of Nemaha
vs. t County, Xebtaska Territory.
Fielding H. Joiin. )
The said defendant Fieiding IT. John of the State ol
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CMlen of Kemaha County, Nebraska Territory, did, on
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said defendant ? itdebtedtu the ssid plaintiff in th sum
of $2S5, for work aad labor perfo rmed 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 $330 for a portinn of the machinery if
a steam boat, the r" perty of sd plaintiff and by him
delivered to said defendant. Plaintiffasks jodgmentfor
said amounts, and b caused an order of attachment to
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AN" apericnt and Stomachic preparation of IRON
purified of Oxygen and. Carbon by combustion in Hydro
gen. Sanctioned by the highest Medical Authorities,
both in Europe and the United States, and prescribed
in their practice.
The experience of thousands daily proves thit no
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ties of the blood, depression cf vital energy, pale and
otherwise sickly complexion Indicate its necessity la
almost every conceivable case.
Innoxious in all maladies in which it has been tried,
has proved absolutely curative in each of the following
In Dcsjilily, Xervous ACections,
Emaciation, Uyspepsia, Consti
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Salt Illicum, Jlisnicnstruation,
Whites, Chlorosis, .Liver Com
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Iimple on the Face, &c.
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become forsotten in their own neighborhoods, have sud
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from protracted travel inauistani i?ua. Some very
signal instances of this kind are attested of female
sufferers, emaciated victims of apparent marasmus.
sanguineous exhaustion, critirai changes, and that com
plication of nervous and dyspeptic aversion to air and
exercise for which the pliysiciau his no name.
In Jt.ElUL3 Afi5CTIQNS of all kinds, and for
reasons faraili?: to medical men, tho operation of this
preparation t-f iron mu3t necessarily be salutary, for,
unlike te old cxides, It Is vigorously tonic, without
bein exciting and overheatir.g j and gent:y, regularly'
"r'-rient, even in the most obstinate eases of costiveness
without ever being a gastric purgative, or inflicting
It i3 this latter property, among others, which makes
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Piles, upon which it also appears to exert a distinct and
specific action, by dispersing the local tendency which
InDVSPEPSIA. innumerable as are itscarsses, a single
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most habitual cases, including the attendant Cotiivenett
In unchecked DiARIlHCEA, even when advanced to
DTSENTABT, confirmed, emaciating, and apparently
malignant, the effects have been equally decisive and
In the local pains, loss of Cesh and strength, debilli
titingcoueh, and remittent hectic, which generally in
dicate INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, this remedy has
allayed the alarm cf friend and physicians, tn eversl
very gratifying and luterestinz instances.
In SCROFCLOCS TUBERCULOSIS, this medicated
iron has had far more than tte goods effects of the most
cautiously balanced preparations of lcdine, without any
of their well known liabilities.
The attention of females cannot be too ccnUJently in
vited to this remedy and restorative, in the cases pecu
liarly affecting them.
In RHEUMATISM, both chronic and irflammitory in
the latter, however, more decidedly it has been invari
biy well reported, both as alleviating pain and reducing
the sweUinsrs and stiffness of the joints and muscles.
In INTERMITTENT FEVER3 it must necessarily be
a great remedy and energetic restorative, and its pro
gress in the new settlements of the West, will probably
be one of hi;h renowii and usefulness. .
No remedy has ever been discovered in the whole his
tory of medirioa, which exerts such prompt, happy, and
fully restorative effects Good appetite complete diges
tion, rapid acquisition of strength, with au unusdal dis
position for active and cheerful exercise.
' Put up in flat metal b xes containing 50 pills, jiflcp5i)
cants per lx; for a!e by druggists and dealers. Will
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letters, orders, etc, should be ad'!resFd to
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GEN. AGENTS, 23 Celar St., N. T.
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E. IT. BIRCHES CO.,
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TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, fcC.,
Can be adapted to cur climate and soil. lnvewcf
these facts, we have established 00 at tuia rca,
and have now in successful cultiraton. which we of
fer for sale at '
Wholesale or Retail,
The cominj season, a lare and well selected stock
suited to this climate, of
Apples, standard and dwarf;
Pears, standard nd dwarf;
Cherries, standard and dwarf 1
Evergreens, Ornamental Trees, and Shrrbs,
Greonhouso and Beidinsr. Plant?, Roses, Dahlias,
Ac, Ac, Ae.
To which we would beg leave to ca!l th8 attes'io?
of the people of Western Missouri, Nebraska, -Kan
sas and Iowa.
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ern ri ursery.
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All trees and tlants are carefully labeled and
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ed States, for which a charze cf the actual cost only
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will receive prompt attention.
k.u. BURCnzs a co.
Just received, per stcarser Lrrfir.e, asupj'.y of
SHOITLS, . PITCH FORKS,
PATENT CHURNS, &c, &e, "
TOU SALE AT
2?rownviI!e, April, 23. 1330.
An, Improved Farm
A very valuable and desirabie improved faria 't';jt
4 1-2 miles from Brownville and 2 1-C from ?erriat,
City, can be had on very favorable tero-.s. It Ct ni-",s
of 1S4 acres; 40 acre under cultivation; "i cre in 'ni
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The stock 2 yoke cf oxen, 7 cows, and 7yi.r.r3 cattle,
the farm implements, and household furniture wi;i be
sold with it if desired. A rare oprrttinity i I.ere f re
sented. Enquire of R. VT. Furnas, at the Advertiser
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Nov. 17, nl3
A Goc&.Fann fcr Sale.
The subscriber will sell at a grest bargain a v4ry
choicequarter of section of Und in Johoson county. Ne-
braska. ThPie are forty acre of fine timtcr land,
60 acres under cultivation, a S'.d ls b:ise and other
improveinenti". It ii two nd a li.iif miU frr:.i T;;um
seh, on the road f rum thence to Pance City.
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TecumKeh, or J'lhh L. Caron, Jtinkcr, in ErowuviT
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ROr.ERT V RIGHT.
IteId:.n at Werrailton, in Ni-rjiha Co,
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