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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1861)
AN" !";''('' ?'o-il-?;:c rresrrfien of 1P.0I.
purified of ij?ra Ci?l,-..a ly r inibi;:-:i.n in II. ro
pe, j S'.Tjrfi-iied 1;- !L'f o'jbe-t'Mical Afcl'm-iiiies',
b'.-iS l:i ni iof e anu tet ii.ioJ State, and rre.crii.M
ioiue.r r-: -ciiro.
The experience of tii.-'ji-.-ir.d daily proves that m
pref -rauon of Iron cu 1 1 c ...aared Willi U. I in puri
ne . I the t : M, r:,o ...r vital e:ie:py, pic a:vi
o'6 .. c ifcly r ii!':iii!q itj.iic(e u iiteessitjr la
h'ii'f.f c ei y . jti ci v.i:.:p fu p.
' Innoxious in all !:os in wticti it 1m been tried,
hss proved abi.iuteiy curative in eich of tlie folio nig
C'j;rilai at?, iz :'
In WclMlHy, ?;crvoix IHoc.ions,
Emaeialio: l:5iep?Ja, ConUi
pa(io:i. Kcioiul:. TuIjojxiiIosSs,
liH!W! i;!i.oxo-.J, - .Liver. Lg::i
n.ai..tK, Illuunia? Cferonfc
f leadaclic, Infermitf nt Fevers,
Pimples on liic f acc.c.
In c.Kesof OKNJCIZAX I'liUILITr, whether there-iull
of acuto dtsav.-c, r i-uiitiDUediiiiiiinutiwnotTiervt js
and nc i, t!ar t-.v-r?? frinji riiroinccunii, taints, i tie trial
of f'aj restorative ha pruveJ tt:cesf ul to an extent
which no Oicripiion tmr written attestation would
Vender crcuii.ie. Invalid o ionx bed-ridden as to have
become frfoUen ia tl.elro.rn neii:lil.orboc!iS, tave sud.
rtonly re-appeaned in t lie bu.-y world an if just returned
from' protracted travel in a di.-fant land. Same very
ei?nal lnitnrp. of this kind are attested of female
suOerera, emaciated victims of apparent marasmus,
uncuiueous exhauxiion, critical cLanges, and that com
plication of nervous and dyspeptic aversion to air and
cxerciie fr whiti ihc physician has no nsme.
In JL.;VOL'S ArFL'.TI-jNS tfall kinds, and for
reason- fatiiiiar to medical men, the operation, of this
prepr M in of irn must nere-sarily bo salutary, for
unilke the oid 'oxides, H is vigorously tonic,' without
beini exciting and. overheat ins; and gently, resularly
aperient, even in tbe inert o'l-tiiiate eases of costiveness
-without ever teinjr a gastric puralive, or infijeting a
It is this latter property, atmnjr others, which mates
It sa ff-mjrkf'biy eri?itual and' perwanent a remetly fv.r
liet. urn which It 1o"apjear to erert a distinct and
specific action, by dispersing the local tendency LicJj
forms them .
In DVfcrirsH.inBnnjoraliTeasareltacanfV!, a sln'e
fcox of -these Ciialvbeato Pills has often sufflced for tbe
msst habitual cases, inclnflinstheattendaut Coslivenem
in uncbe-ked Vt A P.K.I!'A, even when advanced ts
DTSENTARY, conilnned, emaciating, and apparently
maiifnant, the eCects have been equally decisive arm
stauifLiiig. . .' i '
In the local pains, tosef flesh and strength, debilli
tatingcouch. and remittent hectic, whioh general ly in
dicate INCU'i&XT COXSUiimO:, this remedy has
allayed tlie -rtlarin of frK-!i1 and physiciati, ia several
ery jrratifvin? and interestinc instances.
In SCEOFCLOl'S TL'BEIICCLOSIS, this medicated
Iron Lis had fnr ui'jre than the goods effects f the moet '
cant lot fly LjlaJiCed preparations of lodme, without any .
ef their well known liabilities.
The attention of females cannot be too confidently in
vited to this remedy and rulorative, in the cases pecu
liarly affecting them.
In K1IEUAI AT1SM, botb chronic and inflammatory in
tbe latter, however, more decidedly it lias been iuvarl
bly wellre ;'r!d. bidh as alleviating pain and rednrdng
uv wvi ttnjrn miri t.ihi ri me (u 11 1 s una muscles.
In INTEUMITrKXT FEVERS it must necessarily be
a great remedy and energeiic ristorative. and its pro
tress In the new settlements of the West, will probably
be one of bish renown and uef olness.
Xo remedy Uaa ever been discovered in the whole his
tory of mcdiSaa, whiA exerts ach prompt, happy, and
Inliy restorative effects Good appetite complete diges
tion, rapid acqtiisitiou of strensLb, with an unusual dis
position for a;; ive and cheerful exercise. . : ..
Put up irt Ct metal boxes oontaiuing M pills, price 50
cants per bjx; for sale by druzsists and dealers. Will
be sent frw t -sbt address en receipt of the price. " AH
letters brders, etc., shonld VP addressed to
i:. ii. fociiK & co.,
LOOK TO YGlOJNTEnESTS !
STEAL! FERRY BOAT
Bro'vcviile, r. Nebraska.
. Tothciein tLo States coatcmplaticg going to
t'ne Ncbral:a and Kansas
The tindersigpcil d'.?iretofay,nd inso doinj will
no j rictico deoej tiofl:tLat tLore are adrantagei
toba sco 4 red in
Crossing the Missouri river at Brownville,
and outf.uing ct,tnJtartirg from that poirt.not
to oe fousd at any otherplaca on the Missouri Ri
ver. In the Hr?t r!ace,on Loth lideEtf therivcr
arciargc extentsrf bottom lamls in which graM
ruake? a much earlicrstart than f-n the uplands, and
ii t'iuch piore a!i'r.dant, being inexhaustible the
entire sesKn. llcre,thcr:,ii a icsirablo place to
rcjruii stcck beforcstarting on tbe 1'lainf. Stock
can ftlw.be j urcl.tsciherc on verj favorable terms
The UrowriviMe Steam Kerr y boat, being the best
on the Kircr.o'jer.' pecuLi jrindtiociiiCEts lor cross
ir.gat this joint. It itlare and coaimodious: with
powerful machinery. which enable the proprietors
to ferry emigrant and others in the most expedi
We undertake to ay that the business men oi
LSrownviiie areas r ell'prepared toserve those wish
ing supplies, with superior quality and on as fav
orable termas can be found elsewhere. Everything
desirable can be purchased in l'rowrtville,such as
Provisions, lloiaing, Mining Imple
ments, &c, &c.
The Route from Rrownville to the Mines is uni
versally admitted by those who have traveled itand
thereto be superior in every ref pect. Urownrille
is aliout mid way between St. Jo. and Omaha. As
to distance, an exa mination of the map is all that
is necessary to prove to any one that it is nearer
from here to tha mines than from any other j:?int
on the ilis-souri. On this route wood and water
abound theentire distance, while on many others,
wornl has to bo hauled for many days.
Tbe foregoing facts are fully and satisfactorily es
tablished by the immense travel of last year, and
those who adopt it the present season will have no
cause toregret having done po. Therefore
Cross the Missouri River at and start
JOIIS CODDIXGTON & CO.,
Proprietors Steam Ferry Boat.
GEN. AGIST?, :
Ansust2. '60 ly.
:0 Cedar st.y. T.
Flowers, Fruits, &c.
JOHN A. KENXICOTT.Rt the Grove Xursery,
West Northfield, 111., has ready fjrdelivery : .
BulU, pc?rilly Tulip?, at the low rate of $2,50
per 103. and $23 per thousand for largo roots.
Strawberries, of all the most approved varieties,
from 2 o 4 dollars a thousand for most, a few sort3
lile WilsnY Albany, higher Evcrgreens.rO to 40
cents per foot, acoordiug to variety and form--average
iuit Troeiin pood variety. "Apple at from 8 to
15 dullars tt IGd and the tmaiUrthe eheapcr and
letter for distant customers.
Sm;t".l rrui'ls Cursants. Houghton Gooseberry,
Raspberries, LiacLborries, xc.,mucb lower than ever
OrnaperitgLjrscs, Roses and other Hardy Shrub
bery. iorKreat variety and abundance ; and 1C.P00
maH tolarg?) plants of Upright Honeysuckles, Lil
Bkci, Spireas, Deutzia Scabra, Trim, Ac, at from 1 to
1!) psr hundred. And the beautiful DUhylra Sprc
nbalii and other choice perennials at from 1 50 to 2
per dsen, and common things all desirable at
bout half price.
Catalogues . by rcaH on application ; nnd every
thing siftiVprtcltci for u'lstat t transpt.rtAtion ; and
s t rull m")f t t!.i:is soli at tbout ten per cent, less
in aitumn tTiaa t prii g. " f-no-l-vl
. ' ' )t -- I
Fifty Thousand Copies Already Sold.
BY FRAKK CROSBY.
OF THE PHILADELPHIA BAR.
IT TELL YOU How to draw up Partnership Papers
and gives general forms for Agree
ments of all kinds, Bills of Sale, and
Leases and Petitions.
IT TELL YOU Dow to draw up Bonds and Mortjrapes,
Affidavits, Powers of Attorney, Xotes
and Bills of Exchange, Receipts and
IT TELL YOU The laws lor the Collection of debts with
the statutes of Limitation and amount
and kind of property exempt from
execution in every State.
IT TELL YOU Haw to make an assignment propetly,
with forms for Composition wit her ed
itors, and t he insolvent laws of every
ITTELLYOUThe legal relation existing; between
-Guardian and Ward, Master and Ap
prentice. Landlord and Tenant.
IT TELL YOU WUatccnstitutes Libel and Slander, and
the law as to niarriape Dower, the
Wifi'i? right in pro werty, Divorce and
IT TELLYOUThe Law for Mechanics' Liens In every
State, and the Xaturalixaticn Laws
, . of this country, aad how to comply
with the same.
ITTELL YOU The Law Concerning Pensions and how
to obtain ie, and the pre-emption
Laws to PuMic Lands.
IT TELL YOU The Law for Patents, with mode of pro
cedure in obtaining one, with inter
. ferer.ee, Assignments and Table of
IT TELL YOU How to make your will, and how to ad
minister on an Estate, with the law
and the requirements thereof in every
State. ' - - -
ITTELLYOUThe meaning of "Law terms in peneral
u?e, and explains to you the Legisla-
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bota the General and State Govern
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how to do your business legally, thus
, savinin? a vast amount of property,
and vexations litigaiion by its time
Single copieswilibe sent by mail, postage paid fo ev
ery Farmer-, every ilecbarue, every 3Jau of Business,
and everybody in every State, on receipt of $1,00 or in
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1,000 Dollars a Year.
Can be made by enterprising men everywhere, In sel
ling the above work, a our inducements to all such are
For single copies of the Bock, or for terms to agents,
with other informal ioa, apply to rr address,
JOHN E. POOTTER, Publisher,
" JTo C17 Stiisom Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
SPANISH MERINO SHEEP. N. &
X Botfuni, Breeders of pure blood At wood Sheep
, ... Eas just received - . .-.","-'.
THE jnr.ST SHIXTI
And, perhaps, the
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever Jbronlit . above -St. Joseph,
- vniich tie Ts oper.ir.j out in the
Splendid- "New Buildinj
Corner nf Mam andTirst lrccls.
-XlXo. . .w.
His stck vCjnsls'is of the following articles, which be
" wilt veil cheap for cash:
Pare White Lca'V. ;Castor.O;l;
' French Zinck, A ' - Cod Liver Oil,
China Zinc!:, Sweet Oil,
, KciLeaJ,"''' ' ' :Putty;- ;
venitian Red, .Glue,.
Raw anO b?t uraber, Figs,
i v. - Spanish whiting', 1 .
.,. ( ITurpcntine,-
Chalk;-: ' LidseeJ Oil, '
Coyrrh Candv,, Tanner's Oil, .
' CCcrU '.Vs.raii& 'T . Coslile Soap', . "
"Fancy Soap, Toilet Scapr
Tovih Iruiiie,' - LiihcTccre,
'Patent medicine?! . ' Lctlpapcr
ANhite Varnirh, Ir.ici
'. Iliair. brushes,
. - - . ii '-.
' i.ootn trusncs,
: , , Paint brushes
. ' Stationer),
S leef. Pens-, . ;
Also, -a Splendid Assortment of
Cow,- riu Lyon t Ui' iiri. i, -ot'U'ne, romm ie
peuuitie ot ni.'irr.LW, b?ar'greee, snd oil, iuutk and
esceuces of ail kinds, and of the fiaet quality.
of the Hummond sUnk.
Bnt'cli Dolboiis Hoots
; J. M. THORBURN & CO.,
15 John Street, Kcw Yorlt,
nave just received in addition to their genera
lare importation thi? following novelties of the sea
son in bunted otiantitie?:
Sew Violet Hyacinth. Luniane,"each
Liliuia Tfulgons, incomparable, eaca $
SLeboldii, orange crimson, 2 feet
Liliumeolcbicum, (Hioritzianum manadolpai-
cum, rich pcllow and spotted, 4 leet--
Liiium punieeum this new variety has just
been introduced by D. tiiebold & do Vricse,
and described as tne most magnitcent of the
f the Lily species
Smaller bulbs of th3 abovo
Tulipa clusiana, brilliant crimson scarlet-
Tulipa cornuta, a Ckinese tulip, curious"
Tu'Jpa ge.'neriana;very lare, bright crimson
Iris Japonic, new, rplendid free bloomer
Iris Ka?mpferi, gpkndid noTelty from Japan
We bez to reoommend the following choice
Collections or llulbous Koots:
- Assortments of
C ricennmcd Ilyaeinllis, for pots, glasses 1
or open border-
1 Polvnnthus Narcissus
2 Dcublo Tulips
7 ilixed Crv)cu3
' . ' . Assortment nf
6 Fine r.rjmod Hyaciutbs, for pots, gla.e!
- or open border
6 Fine IouVde tulips
12 Fine .Single tuTi r,
Toidfcap p'.ier, f i'nry tter paper, gilt edred nles,
aixl envelope!, iiiaTn. lm-r. a1;d fmtxijspj, pens penriis
and pen-hoiJeri!, iuks of a'.i kindi-, iukslauds, wafers
and scalir.g-w ax. . '
TToUa-id Cin.1ri.lt ThiAy. Ik v.tIvh Fdi-, Cjnrpr
Brandy. Or-MI !.'?- 1 1 Wine, lTale:raViu, VUins wtie
and Malfca - . .-
r-py-.icb'i's Prpfriptn:r.? attcr;(1cd to at Ell hor.t
iota hy arid Ei.-U. . .
IJce-Ilr ?;inp: t:;)lalnctl.
Tie les t p-s-'ioil v..rk yet pr.-jiibi ed. Sent for one
dollar. Eees for sa!? ty t'..e swarm wi;h Ttslian Q-teeu
Giass horify Vs , i:. Clrccbrs ith partico
lars t,U ti a.l i;;.f.i.'ue. : AUress -..
T X. CriXET.
St.- -.ToUnuUe, X;.Y.
3 Double narcissus-
3 Mixed iria' "...
2 I'olyantbus rjaf'5fsus
12 Double and single fine named Hyacinths')
50 Mixed croons
12 Double named tu'.ipa-. .
.12 Singlo named tviiips-.
5 T .1 r u v i V, nj r t tiit i j
8 Double nareissu ' t $5 CO
6 Mixed iris - ...
8 Crown imperials'.'
2 IiulboMdium Vernum?
1 Pancratium maritimum
100 Vc.riotics double and tingle line camel
Hyaciuts - 18 00
100 Double and siujlo fine ramed Hyacinths,
in "50 sorts. ........1450
ICQ Doulile and sinjle fine named Hyacinths,
. in 25 sorts 12 00
12 tfur very best rimed Hyacinths, for pota
. or open ground 5 00
12. Extra f ee oamol Hyacinths, forpc ta or
own ground 3 00
12 First rate named Hyacinths, for glasses or
enrth - .. 2 00
12 Mixed doublo cr Fingb IlytKiDths, for
open ground 1 00
50 Varieties .ne camel early tulips, for pots .
or open grcui; 1 - 4 00
50 Varieties f.r.e mimed late tu'.ips, for open
rrou-d 5 CO
50 Varieties finernmed double tulips for pots
or c;i?n ground. 5 0o
J. IT. TROKBURX h CO..
15 John iSf., .Vcic Yori.
Oct. 25th, ISC. Fnll
Thorrifson Owers is fully authorized to act for me,
arl in roy name transact all tuines connected with
reylai-doii the Half-Breed Preserve, located between
the Netnilifts.includaipttieSan Francisco claim, award-t-.l
and confirmed tyttie Secreiary of the Interiorta Win
E Mo.Tn. and Lf l.'im -!d to ie.
New Tork, 2Cnv 1, 1WO tf P?.:r. TTOI.T.ADaT.
Xcu'ahaCiiy neraliivrpT wtk an itfcd bill to this
i "1 L iJ L J
JilAIN STREET, BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Tates pleasure in announcins that he has now on hand, a large and select stock of every art cle In his line,
Of all the Improved patters J Tlx : Plymouth Rock, Charter Oak, Valley Forge, Elevated Oven, Itc,
lT .1 i
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endlefs variety, some of which are entirely new desipna, via: A combined
Cook and Parlor stoves, something very nice indeed for small families
ZLdisoolisijna eons. -HEAVY
SHEET IRON FOR SUGAR BOILERS
And Large Cast Iron Kettles from 8 to 22 gallons.
Coal and Lard Oil Lamps j Brass Copper, and sheet Iron Ware; Lanterns, Shovels, ic
I have procured the right to manufacture a late simple and improved self-sealing Fruit Canto which I call the
attention of the public. All of which I pledge myself to sell at as fair rates and on as accomodating terms as
any other establishment in this region of the country
I am prepared to put up guttering and spoutius and all other work of my line atthe shortest notice, and In a
workmanlike manner, which I warrant io give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undorsold in the upper country ', J. C. DETJSEB,.
Brownville, Aujrust, 30 I860. .
r-Tp- TV A TST'
f ij r fv n n n n r
1 I II. :i I: !-
u u u t23 u u a u
iiia-Wii ia a Luif iLsa u u a
"CT fl W
Champaigne Wine, , : .
' . Old Rye, . V .
Gin Cock Tail,
Saddle Bag Whisky,
l! 1 :1 Ii Vi3( 1 if t :l :k LL I:
atr l ! s i i fin tub int -if . Mud taa.,.a
T7E.E S Y .
Finder Rings, .
Bracelets, . -
Come and sea
Bronr.villo, Aust, 20,
and Secure Bargains.
.. "THIS ' HIILIL.
E. II EUBCnES & CO.,
Oregon, Holt Co., Ho.
The undersigned have lonr sicet teen convinced
of tha waat of a t class JN'urscrj in the West,
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, &C.,
Can be aJapted to our climate ar. J sil. In view of
these facts, Vo hive cstnlllshcd one at this place,
and have now in successful cultiTaton. which we of
fer fur sale at
Wholesale or Retail.
The coming season, a large and well .selected stock
suited to thiii cluaate, of
Apples. Ftiindard and dwarf
Pears, standard and dwarf ;
Cacrries, standard atd dwarf:
Evergreins, Ornamental Trees, and Shrub?,
Greenhouse and Deldirz Plants, Loses, Dahlia,
Lc, &.c, &.c.
To which we would beg leave to cal' the nttcntion
of the people of Western ilissourl, Nebraska, Kan
sas and Iowa.
t?f"Our terms willbo aslow as any reliable east
By purchhsing of cs theexpenseof transportation
from the east can be saved.
All trees and plants are carefully labeled Rnd
packed in the best manner for any pact of the Unit
ed States, for which a charge of the notual cost only
will be made. No charge will be made for the deli
very of packages on board steamboaig.
Allcommuaicationsadlressed to the undersigned
Cheaper than Ever for Cash or
Well known in this region as a successful and ac
commodating lumber dealer, has aain taken the
Mill on Sonora 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 be agreed upon
Areas follows. Atthe Alili. forcash, from
30 cents per 100 feet to SI per lOOfeet.
On time,say three,six, nine, or twelve months,
45 cents per 100 feet to S1.25 per 100 feet,
with 10 percent, interest from delivery, note to be
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 the above prices
when sufficient amounts are taken to justify the con
struction of araft.
To those wishing lumber, particular attention is
called to these propositions, which cannot fail to
Come with, or sendyour orders, and they shall be
filled without delay.
100,000 fect of Lumber on Iiand,
And more making every day.
March 1st, 1SC0. Cm.
What Everybody Wxnts.
THE FAMILY DOCTOR
Simple Remedies, Easily Obtain
lor tlic Cure or Disease ia
PROF. HENRY S. TAYLOR, 31. D.
IT TELLS rOU Dow to attend upon tbesick, and bow to
cook for them J how to prepare drinks
Poultices ice, and ali how to guard
aminst tbe infection from contagious
IT TELLS YOU Of the varlons diseases, of Children, and
fives the besi and simplest mode of
treatment during tiethinz, convul
sions, Vaccination, Whooping-cough,
IT TELLS YOU The tymptoras of Croup, Cholera Infan
tum, Choiic, Diarrhea, Worms seal led
Ifead, Ringworm, Chicken-pox, fcc,
and gives you the best remedies for
IT TELLL AOTJ Tfcu symptoms of Fever and Aue, and
Iti'.ioue. Yellow, Typhus, Scarlet and
other Fevers, ahd givu you the best
simplest remedies for their oure.
ITTF.LLSYOU The symptoms of Influenza, Cousump
. tion Dyspepsia, Asthma, Dropscy, the
Gout, Rheumatism, lumbago, JEry
sij elas, &c,, and gives yon the best
Remedies for tbdir euro.
IT TELLS YOU The spmptoms of Cholera Morhus, Ma-
l:pnant cholera, Small-Pox Dysentery
Crimp, Diseases of tho Bladder, and
of the kidneysand Liver, and tbebest
rtfmedies for their cure.
IT TELLS YOU The symptoms of the Wnmps, eural
Pia, Apoplexy, Parajysis, the various
Diseases of the throat, teeth, ear and
eyo, and the best remdies for their
IT TELLS YOU The symptoms of Epilepsy Jaundice the
Piles Rupture Diseases of the Heart,
IJeniorrha?e, Venereal Diseases and
Hydrophobia, and gives the best rem
edies f jr their cure.
IT TELLS YOU The best and simplest treatment foi
wounds, broken bines and dislocations
sprains lockjaw. Fever S;rcs, White
' Swelling, Ulcers, Whitlows, Boils,
Scurvy, burns, and Scrof jia.
IT TELLS YOU Of the various Diseases peculiar to the
Teni ileSe.x, and gives the best and sim
ple.' t remedies for their eure, tocetber
with many valuable hints for the pres
ervation cf health.
Tbe work is written in plain lacguape, free from med
ical terms, so as to be easily understood, while its sim
ple receipes may soon save you many tin-en the coat of
the book. It is printed in a clear and open type; is il
lustrated with appropriate eneravinzs. and will be for
warded to your address, neatly beund and postage paid,
on tte receipt if $1,00.
$1,000 A YEAR
Can be madby enterprising men everywhere, in sel
ling tbe above work, as our Inducements ta all sacii are
For single copies of the Book, or for terms to azenU
with other inioimaticn, apply to or address
JOHN S. POTTER. Publisher,
S"o 611 ilansom Street Philadelphia, Fa.
The Persian Fever Charm.
For the prevention and cure of Fever and Asue and
Bilious Fevers. This wonderfnl remedy was brought to
the knowledge of the present proprietors by afrind who
has been a great traveler in Persia and the Holy Land.
w niiczoint; down tberever Euphrates, he experienc
ed a severe attack of Fever and ylsue. On di-coverinn
bis condition, one of tbe Roatmen too frost big pxket
an Amulet, sayinj. ""Wear this and no Fever will touch
you." Although incredulous as to its virtues; he com
plied, snd experienced immediate felief, and has since
alweys fonnd it an effectual protection from all mala
Ou fDrtber investi;ratioa he found that the boatman
attributed to it mirainlous powers. "md sail that it onir
could be obtained from the priest of the sua. Sometime
afterwards, the irentlenian in conversing with a Priest
obtained from hin the secret of Its preparation, and as
certained where the tiKHlicinal herbs were found, of
which it was coompounded. The wonderful virtues of
this article have indiced a full belief in the minds of
thf nitives ia the miraculous healing powers of their
Since his refnrn lo America, It has been tried witb
the happiest effect by several Ladies and Gentlemenof
high character, who fiave eiven It the most cnqualiaed
paoise. This remedy havicj been a spec tic ia Persia
for hundred 3 of year, for the prevention and cure 04
Fever aud Ague nd Billions Fevers is now offered to
the American Purple.
It will be sent by mil, prepaid, with fall directions
fotiss, on receipt of oue dollar.
Principal Dep:t ond manufactory, 133 Main Stleet.
Rictimoud, Virpiui.i. Branch O.'Sce, Bank of Cemmerce
Building, JTew Xurt.
Address. JOnX WILCOX h. Co
July, 6;ii I7
JOHN A PONN,
From hia Old Stand ca the Levee to
Where he has cpeued up a
STAVI.E AXD FXSCY
A Lare Stock of Choice Family
And a fine assortment cf
A veil selected Stock cf
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Boots and Shoe
IT'S knowledge of the trade and wants of tbe peeple
of Boownville and vicinity enables him to make judici
ous purchases exnres?ly for this market. He asks an
examination of his Stock, feeding assured he will be
able to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
m i 1 mmi
A Benevolent Init ifution eittiblithfd ly ipecial En
dowment.for the Relief of the Sick aii4 Dintrtvted,
oJP-Uted with Virulent and Epidemic Disease, and
especially for the Cure of JJ it ease of the Sexual
I-IJUDICATj ADVICE given gratis, by tte Actintr
Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with a description
of their condition, (:ige, occupation, habits of life, &c.)
and incases cf extreme poverty, Medicines furnished
free of cliarre.
Valuable Reports cn Spermatorrhoea, and other dis
eases of the Sexual Organs, and on the NEW REME
DIES employed in the Dispensary, sent to the afflicted
in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Two or three
Stamps for postage will be acceptable.
Address DR. J. SKILLIN noi'-iHTON", Acfin Sur
geon, Howard Association, No. 2. South Ninth Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Director.
EZRA D. HEART WELL, Pres.
Ceo. Fairchild, Sec'y.
October 19, 1S60. nt5-yly
The Nebraska Farmer.
16 TAGES QUARTO MON'TIILY.
sucscjiinc fou it.
is the only Journal devoted exclusively
10 iie v'jgricvuural and t.ducaUmal xnte
rests of Vzbraska, Kansas. JVorthern
Missouri and Southern Iowa.
Tzry It.-illcl it.
Four Copies, 3 months for SI
Twenty Copies, 1 year Slo
One Copy, 1 year SI
mm ms mm
DIssclntion of Par(rirrJljJ?.
2f--jtice is hereby given that the merchant. ie lMiins
heretofore carried on by the undersigned, m !er the Qrm
name cf Sefgel and Grceiibauui was this d.ir mutuaTly
dissolved. David Selpel ii authorized to settle up the
business of the concern.
AM persons knowing themselves indebted either by
note or aecscnt are hereby notified that unless they
come forward immediately and pay up, the notes and ac
counts will be placed in the hands ot .m tT!:er fur col
lection. DAVID SKlr,"L,
Sept 20, 1 SCO tf liENRY GREVCAFli.
joy, car. & co.
AND DEALERS IN
nVc ?t nr! Prfnfinr "Mafrrinl rf n-l TTirnl.
Offices, Tribune Buildings. New York, and I'.rowa'a Iroi
y Buildings, Philadelphia.
3" They are authorized Agents Icr the
Farmer and Advertiser.
PEACH PITS. 2o Bushels for
at onr dollar srl fiftr rents i
rrI fur rents per hnshc!, ly
CEU. COMBS, Lake it.,(V.;'.
Of KebrasJca and N. W. Missouri:
AOAIir I would call the attention of the farmer
or ."seorasna and aisouri, to the fact that I av? on
band and am constantly rn.inua taring, at my Plow
Factory, in Oregon, .Mo., wagons, and every pattern of
Oae and Two Horse Plows,
Antl Harrow Tcelli
Together with everything in this line ued by a larmcr
i laaeme re pon-iuniiy or sayiiift that my two horse
p:ows win oo Dener wri, in stubble or any kind of
rocgh ground, than any I manufactured or sold in this
upper country. Iy two-horse and prairie piows will be
soia, ror cam on terms, ucn as Will place them In the
rears of every f s'r'er.
My Plows can be ottained from my arent at Iowa
Point, K. T.f Brownville, Nod a way county, Marietta
Bnh T..t i r.m I f r. ! f r.inn I . c.nl..Ml. r - . '
etCity. MARTIN DOF.it iv
X. B. All kinds of repairing duoe witu neatness and
dispatch, on liberal terms.
Oregon, Mo., .May, 1SC0.
Theodore Hill, Agent
At Browuville, N. T., keeps on hand a general assort
ment of II iflman' Plows.
Brownville. May, 1880. , j-
Whereas one Thomas Williams has during my absence
falsely represented birnseif as myagent and attumey,
and having illegally obtained poe-.ion of certain tjjks
of accomts, and papers, and other propertj belonging to
me. and fraudulent 'y couveTte-l thtra ta his own use, 6y
All persons are hereby notified thai said Willlamt
is not and never was my authorized azent, and that so
act of bis as such will be acknowledged bv me.
S. WYATT. .
Jfiddlepcrt, X. T., Not. 1J, 150.
NEMAHA CITY, XEBIISKA.
Cacli Tor "V't'laortt.
Tie pnVliea'-e Informed that at ifelrin'j Jiilis that
t-S,i2:"nisra'.h w tin pvd f? good u;er:is ntaMe
wbrat. AK whfit and corn gmui-t f"? toll uf)l.
"ov-::.r-?'. j.i;. mllvi.n.
Tbc..- medirineshav. now l .fcnK.,
a i-:riMi oi iMriy y.irs, an l ,.
mainUi..cl a htgti ctlara ..!fr (
u u u?.i-r tnoir ei;rrii
restoriKg perfo-t be..! n t.
-1 a'-.d ir.'
ly every i;aa ci aisease t.
uc ' ' "t .r e c.
numan one.ise i'i nib thi
Are well kiKivrn to b i.if i!',;i,'
D'jtptntia, Ly tbvr..r.-,-U:iC!.ati.M-?t,
oul ht.':a.(e!s, and cre. r. i ri-w i.f E V r .
ii:ffe.i.1..tthesta!eafr;l k ni . riut
peei-e. Keanburn, Ke-. ; iwi.?, Kev.Z ,
Arxiety, 1,-ncu. r, and i.;,mi,,;y, wi 7"
eral urcw-ms of Dyr will 'vf,i
c.iise'juer.ce of its cue. ' " "! "i
Cot.vviei, by ciein-in- the o'
iciuies wit.i a M-r.prt r- :. i!t
Fevers, of all kin.!, ly ret-
lar circ.ila.'itn. tbrozh
such caes. and the th.rot.i! ..inti.. ..."'
in. the vj.
he thjro(.,!i Joiutioti at ."
ol-trt:T..-'"t in others. "
Ti.e Lire c.'.i-
thit ti.T.e tr rer.i
.ie and 11 i.:uen
t jve ' ee n known t, v
'.V iri t! ' it pri ...i r-
I.t ,1 ir-:L.!:irna:ir0..?'
i fri'i'i tbfl j-nr.u. "
Drnptwi Of ail k:rv!, ry frepin? in v
Iht ki.iueys and blad.ler ; tucy ererate n, .
ly a these Important orgsn, and bed-gJ'
found a rertam rer!)-.!r for tLe w.irt ex..
Also H'or.it, ly d.,.'. .du f from tbe tl) '
bweis the sUr.iy wtter tj whith theig pj
Scurry, LTccrtand Iivetcrate Sutm, v.v
pirity wr.ich these Life iled.liiDesgiTeu-.v.T'
a::d all tbe bimcrs. "
Scorbutic Eruptions and bid coTy'ei: it,
teruaJive ejects n;.n t.3 2 i:'1 tliit foe-j
the morbid htate of whica ccea.-ionj lii,".. '
piaiuts, sai:ow,c!ou.1y, and. ther diapeeit,
iens. The use of th.ee pill for s very nhort t., r
an euiirecurs of Salt Rheum aua a nni.r. ,
tuent tu tbe clearness of the skin. CuiaaK.j
In.luenza will alwajs Lo curedby ur.e ' 5
the womi cases. ' " ' '
PILES. Tbe origin-., proprietor of th?
wacnre.iof piles of tbirtj---iTe year tui -ue
of tho Life Medi. iuei a i ne.
Fiver and Ayue for ti wonn. flf -Country,
these Jleditiues v. ill be f, Md M
and certain jrmeiiy. Other Bte-lyris,,.'-subject
to aretnru of tbei4.3.;,ie--icaret vt
cireH is periuaneiit try tbe.n. be iUiin i; 4 '
B;Uus Fers au 1 Liver CumpUiau.
bi'.ity. loss of at peine, and Diseases ( T..k
iletiicine have been ned w:th the cn,! i.,,
suits in Cases of thisUesor:!'iou: Kingjli-.i,"".
ula in its worst firr.:s, yienlsto the tfcii.i,
fulactinnof there remarkable Medi'-ioes.
Nervous debility, NervonsCniplaintsof
pitation of the beirt, Painter's Colic, art i;t
Mercurial Disecsci Pjtst.s whone mc..
have become impaired by the injudicior.t otcoti
will Ond these ile.li.'ines a perfect nire, 11 vif.t
f.iil to eradicate from the sy ;era, all the rTei-j
Mercury, Infinitely su r.er ttan the mM .t,
arations of Sarsa arilla. . B. Jturiit
33,", Broadway, :ii.
July 8. I?60, ly
Eirst Annual E
St. Louis, S,fl. 21A, 1SC0.
First Frcininn Auardci t
GROVER & BAKEf
FAMILY SEITIXG -11.4 CULT
No. 2, Se-winj M.iininos . Ta this artklt i
was much interi-t t foil by manj besides the em
tors. The Committeo were well selected, tcj
over three hours exaroiniaj; the merits of tii
ral machines. Ten were entered for ths pr;
The Committee, after having fairly and eartf-u
amineJ fI!, consulted tcgtth'jr as to srhkh 'h.
firt, and it lay between Wheeler h WLjci ;
Grover JL Daker. The Committee then airi
o. 4 Gnjver 4 I'aker, lirst preuiiam, dj.
2'o. 5 Wheeler k Wilsoa, secoodpremiaxri
. Flatlner, Esq. G. W. Atexmier.l
J. 11. Blood. Esq. Sitmnel Hah. Ijj
Persons of hijh position, ani eminently ef. r
fied tojude. The anunimouly awardi
First Frenitna to Grover 8cl
LEST FA 211 LI SEWISG 21 A CHZL
NAs-nVurr, Sept. 13:h,
At the Tennessee State- Fair tfc is day tt-ir-preinium
was awarded to the Grover A L'tiar:
ing Machine as the best for all c!a. esof f-ci'
Aiso was rreminra awrdd to the Grow a &i
on the double-Joop stitcb, ru beioi tVDeriiVt.
shuttle or lock stitch for th-j sdui purte.
freminms were awardclover ti.e WhwisilTf.l
. 31. Singer, and Howe machines, in omjit.Ui
i Koorn3, 121 North Fourth
ST. LOUIS, MO.
50,000 LIIS UOOL lYA.Mi:
ST. JOSEPH. .MO.
Two Extensive IVcoIen .Factcries r
ONE NEW AND FITTED 17
JYith all tin Latest 'Fine Improvw"'
7 are pretared to mnufactart to wit-
have for sale the following Goods:
Satinets, Hcavj asd Liit,
JEAXS T IVE EDS, FLAXYL
"VIIITE, COLOuED, STniPED AXDni:
Fulled llnsevs.. .Colored TTi:
and Jdixed, 1 1 -U Yards wilt.
Blankets cf ali Kinfr as all C"i--
YARNS OF ALL SIZES AND C0LC:3,
V"arranted all Gvds cf Uie Lest mstcrist.
257We will eiihange tua above GooJj l
Fancy DJji? lo Order.
V.'e will par cash for-any amoont of
Market ;i'ricj. . :
' Flour eorstantlj on hanJi"cr3a!e. .TLebv
paid tor wheat.
IS. DUEL 3. SON.
I TIAVi; made arrn; nent with DO-'
EStOTlI KH3, Znevi!;e, 0ii., tsUJ'1
in the United States, en-.-ari-d t scf-wvely .'a
tacture of 8or?ho Snzir iiilis. Kvaporatur.
which I can furni"!) tiief ri:eri in v r rf""",,,! J
wn. h eeded article. The Vvw', uM Mll"4,
paratns were awai-.ied tin FirHPiemnip. l
State Fair; and ihe hi,'hct ho vr at the s
A?ri;u!taral S.iciety, a silver medal. I tmeoti'
Farmersof Nebra.ks. tiit, .Viirthern yL,-,1
Southern. Iowa can 8nd no other to suit tb 1,1
.Capacity and Frico of
Tcreelrcn Koi'ers ia "Siren IrcaFr.:
So C One. nore Vert iril Mill rrisesfrom5J
to 30 gallon of juice per tour ; price '
do 1 One herse Vertical press? froai ti ,
gallons of Jace per hoar; price t
Same as No I ; extra he.ivy.
da 5 Two horse -Verticil presses from 35 1 f
faliotw of ji:u--j Jcr bor liKht drift
io 3 Two -lor? Ver'n.-a !;.! Bb.'e sea. -ei;7r
efruna S5loi0gallonjtii:eptrao?,nr t
d7 4 T-.vo h-re Vertical (jirsTe ieare'!)?r''
es from 60 to 75 gallon 1 1 Juice per b51
d 3 Four hre Vert;ri: irredjC-? ,
citv from KOto 125rKoni per hor
do 8 To horse Ilorlzi nlal (b k fearpd) si;'"
ble to attach to Threbiiijr Jfacbine rolr
pwer, pree from J tu Kgalloasf j
Juice per fconr
do 7 Twok7. n.irizntal. wlta vmf:rl rV
toapply lever to. worked by bcr
Vertical,preses4a to 60i!kos per li"85 ;
do 3 Four nor.e TIori-.nf a! fack reared) iJr
able to attatU t.Threh.tg Matbineoro-.i
power, press. Viio 103 lailorts per aotr
do 9 Six horse Horizontal. (Ui;ck jteartd) ca '''"
larrtft fnr v.la ilijm ruiwf r.a.iV W
the belt, and w-tu capacity ta workoffa'
. . ,cl ri . .. . . -
vi iiuui i ic.v.iiei ii vine. ,4
rnimzi'M src.ni ti ills.
.Muskingum Works. Zinesville. O-',
We are now prepared to ruoufatture oor r'.
S'ar-Vent Mi.'it. e:tier Vertical or Horii""-'
ii i be able to supply ;he cem.ir d. however ia'STf
We are also runu.'actnrir,? D.-udis' ImrruT'-1 .',
rarnr, and ai.H) Pu.nlas Steal Suzr Evjpr"--' 1,.
are prepared to furmli evety ar.icie of tbe 1
ty. i:.d at Biclerate rres, rf-iured la tee -t-
PX1C2S :o C0, 3-:'). : :). iuippwardi-
Furnaces and Evaporators. Jid ta $!cv.
Circulars and Famih;et farni-hed B r7;
!y attn-U ito. Lt-L"Gla BROTH'
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