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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1861)
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Af aperi-ct and S':?ncMe prr-paratiua of IHON
nSeiof oiyjei asd Cri.o by cuii'u;ion in Hydro
ps. Sineu-niel ty Die fcishctt Medical A nth ntie,
i in Europe and tte L'u.itU States, and preeinbtd
B th&ir praciire.
Tti erpeririice of tiocsLnds Cally proves that no
preparation of I'ofi art l o.-rpared with tt. Impuri
lie cf iQfc!o J, Opre.-u n of .Ul eiersrr, pale and
c.i)er i-e tick iy euir!es ;iO Indicate its tetesoity in
Imftt every ctjr.ceivt.:e ce.
!u'xi...ni In a!l T'wia'lj la which It has been trie-1,
fcts prol absluleiy curat; to ca cf tie losing
euinplaiir.f, vx: 1
In Dcbllifr, rTcrvons Affections,
KniaciatiGii, Uyspcpfcla, Consti
pation, Scrofaitis Tuberculosis,
halt Itlicum, 3mmenstriiatIoii,
Whites, Cl.IorosIs, Uvcr Com
. plaints irijcumatfsrn, Clironlc
If eadaclics, XaSerailtlcut Fevers,
Flmples on I lie race, &c.
Incascaof GEZiHUAL DEEILITT, wbelher theresTill
of acute diec, c-r of continued diminution of nervous
and muscular energy from chrome complaints, one tris'
flm$ reioraUve bi grovel succetsfol to an extent
which oo description 'nor written attetain would
render credible. Invalid ao lo&z ted-ridden aa to have
eooine ffrgalteo in tfceir own neighborhoods, have aud
dccly re-aj. j.eatied in ibe bucy world aa if Just relumed
f.ora protractel travel in adjutant land. Roir.e very
aifoat iustasces cf this kind are attested of female
affertm, einiciate-l victims of apparent marasmus,
atniuineoni exbacetioTi critical change, and that com-phc-ttitaof
nervous nft dyspeptic aversion, to air and
exercise for which the pl.yfir'iaa has no name.
.. la NERVOUS AFFIX "IONS of all kind, and for
re atiaa familiar to medical men, the operation of thif
preparation of Iron mast necessarily be aaiutary. for
- vr.iike the o.d oxides, it i vigorously tonic, without
leinit exciting and overheating and gently, reuiariy
aperient, even in the mast obstinate casea of cotivenea
without ever being a gastric purgative, cr iu3ictiii a
It ta tUia lai'er property, among: other, wticb rnakeg
It ao reJiarkably effdctaal and perwnet a remedy for
Ptii, cpoa which it alto appeara to exert a distinct and
nwiflc ac'.ioa, by 6iiperins the local tendency which
f vrc.a them.
In DTSPZrSIA.. IncriTaerableag are itacanae?, a single
fcox i.f tbeae Chalybeate Pilla baa often aufflced for the
Bi'rst habitual cases, including tee attendant Coitivcnett
In unchecked DiARRUj:A, evea wheu advanced ta
DTSKXTART, confirmed, emaciating, and apparently
pjaUffni-nt, the cfTecta Lave been equally decisive aua
la the local pina, loss of Eesh and tren5th, debilli
ta;lrigcon?b, aud remittent be"ti. whu-h generally in
licata IXCIPIE.NT C0X5UMPTI0V, this remedy has
a Hired the alar a of friend and physician, in several
Very arfUfvin and interestins instance.
In SCROFULOCS TL'EnRCL'LOSIS, this mouicatel
iron baa bad far mire than the gooJ efTecta of the most
cactionily balanced p'epration cf loU.ne, without any
of their wellkcown liabilities.
The atUaUoaif females cannot be too confidently in
ritpd to thia rtmtdg and rettora'lve, in the cases pecu
liarly affecting tbem.
In RnKL'M ATISif . both chronic and inflammatory in
the latter, however, more decidedly it has been invari
bly well reported, both as alleviating pain and reducing
th.o swellinpg and rtiffness of the Joints and muscles.
Ia INTERMITTENT FEVERS it mnst necessarily be
a great remedy and energetic restorii, nd its pro
frrm ia the new ettlements of the West, will probaoi
be one of cigb renown j.nd usefulness.
. Xo remedy has ever been discovered In the whole his
I rrry of medicina, which exerta such prompt, happy, and
f ally restorative effects Good appetite complete diges
tion, rapid acquisition of strength, with an unusual dis-
p.muion ror active ani rneerm exercise.
Fut up in Cat metal boxes containiug 60 pills, price 50
caut per box; for aale by druggists and dealers. Will
be sent free to any address on receipt of the price. All
lrtteri, order, etc., should be addressed to
II. It. LOCKE & CO.,
GES. AGENTS, 23 Cedar at., N. J.
Aes'THt 2. '60 ly.
Flowers. Fruits, &c.
JOHN A. KEN'XICOTT.at tbe Grove Xarsery,
West XorthfielJ, III., has ready forJelivery :
Balb'i, cspaeially Tulips, at the low rato of $2,50
per 100. and $20 per tliouand for large root.
Strawberries, of all the most approved varieties,
.from 2 to 4 dollars a thousand for most, a few sort3
liko "Tilson's Albany, higher Evergreens 29 to 40
.eenti per foot, acsordiag to variety and form ave-
Fn.it Trees in fjood variety. Apple at from 8 to
15 dollars per 10U and the smaller the cheaper and
better for distant customers.
Small Frnits Currant3, Houghton Gooseberry,
Raspberries, Blackberries, ic.,much lower than ever
.: Onamfutai Trees, Roses and other Ilirdy Rhrnb-
bory. ia great variety and abundance ; and 10,000
mall to large plants of Upright Honeysuckles, Lil
ci;Spirea8, Dcutzia Scabra, 1'rim. Ac.at from 1 to
10 net hundred. Ana the Deautuui uitoytra opee
ab'Uii and other choice perennials at from 1 50 to 2
per dozen, and common things ail desirable at
aocat half price.
Catalogues by mail on application ; and every
thing safely packed for distant transportation ; and
as a rule moU things sold at about ten per cent, less
in autumn than spring. f-no-l-vl
BROWN VILLEE !
. St. SKOWK
na Just received
- TUC BEST SELECTED
And, perhaps, the
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever broulit alaovo St. Joceph,
tThlchhe Is opening out In the
Splendid New Building,
P Mom itiil TTirt trootc
V.1 Ml 1U U1U lliU
LGOK TO YCUiUnTEHESTS!
STEA1I FERRY BOAT
To those In the Futes eontemplatiDg going to
tbe Nebraska and Kansas
The under? igied detiirc toeay.acd in so icing will
cot practice dectptka;tht there are advantages
Crossing the Iisonri rirer at BroTiTille,
and ouiStting at, and startitg from tbat point, not
to be found at any ctherplace on the Missouri Ri
ver. In the first place, on loth sides of the river
are large extentscf bottom lands ia which grass
makesamacheorliertiUrt thanca the uplands,acd
is ranch more abundant, being inexhamtible the
entire season. Here, then, is a iitsirable place to
recruit stock beforestirticg on tbe Plains. Stock
can also be purchased here on very favorable terms
The Frownville Stam Ferry boat, beinthe best
on the Rivcr.offers peculiarinducements for cross
ing at this pcint. It Islargeand commodious; with
powerful machincry.ivbicn enables tbe proprietors
to ferry emigrant and othcrsia the laostexpedi
XTt undertake to say that the business men of
Brownville areas well prepared to serve thoie wish
ing supplies, with a stpcrior.quality and on as fav
orable termsas can bo found elsewhere. Everything
desirable can be purchased in Brownville, such as
Provisions, CloUiing, Mining Imple
ments, &c, &c.
The Route from Brownville to the Mines is uni
versally admitted by those who havetraveled it and
others.to be superior in every respect. Brownville
is about midway between St. Jo. and Omaha. As
to distance, aa 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 any other point
on the Missouri. On this route wood and water
abound the entire distance, while on many others,
wood has to be hauled for many days.
The 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
caue toregrct having done so. Therefore
Cross the Missouri River at and start
JOHN" CODDINGTON & CO,
Proprietors Steam Ferry Boat.
Fifty Thousand Copies Already Sold.
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with other information, apply to or address,
JOHN E. POOTTEB, Publisher,
No 617 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
His stock conslots cf .the following articles, which he
- will sell cheap for cash:
Ture White Lead, Castor Oil,
French Zinck, Cod Liver Oil,
China Zinck, Sweet Oil,
Red Lead, Putty,
Venitian Red. Glue,
Raw and b't umber, Figs,
Chalk, Linseed Oil,
Cough Candy, Tanner's Oil,
Copal Varnish Costile Soap,
Fancy Soap, Toilet Soap,
Tooth brushes. Litherasre.
Patent medicinos, Let.paper
White Varnirn, Int,
Steel Pens, Candies,
Gold Pens, Nuts.
Also, a Splendid Assortment or
.mn.ul(i I k t I.urtiill 1 O 01!I1P. POUliaitde
t eauine ox marrow, bear greese, and oils, nck and
eacencea oi ait aiuus, auaoi tue uui iimmj.
Foolacap paper, fancy letter paper, gilt edced notea,
. Mnv.i.aa ntaln finer, and f inros.fd. neni Denciia
nd pen-boldera, Inks of all kiada, iukstanus, waXers
Holland Gia, Irlh VTiisky. Bourbon Whifky, Gincer
Brandy. Cordial, Prt Wine, JIadeira.Wlne, WUte wine
and alalaga w me. .
r3"PtyaJciaD's Prescriptions attended to at all hour
both by day ana xugai.
The bst prT'-ical work yet pnbiirbe4. Sent for one
dinar. Bae for aale ty the swarm with Italian Qtieea
Ohm hooey b)xe, ate, 4.c. Circulars wit a partjeu
lars aent to all eppiii. bu. Ad irea
- - - Jjunt llle.y, T
SPANISH MERINO SHEEP. N. &
N Bottcm, Breeders cf pure blood Atwood Sheep
of the Hammond stock.
Thompson Owens is fully authorized to act for me,
and in my name transact all business connected with
my land on the Half-Breed Reserve, located between
the Xemahas , including tbe San Franci sc o claim, award
ed and confirmed by tbe Secretary of tbe Interior to Wm
E Sloan, and by him sold to me.
New Tork, Nov 1, 1860 tf BEN. HOLLADAT.
KetnahaCity Herald copy 8 weeks ana" send bill to this
Butch Oulbons Moots
J. M. THORBURN & CO.,
15 John Street, err York,
nave iu-st received in addition to their genera
large importation the foUowing novelties of the sea
son in limited quantities:
'ew VioletUyacinth."Lunique,'reach. 35
Lilium L'fulgens, incomparable, each 1 &
Lilium Thunbergianum grandinorum
Sieboldii, orange crimson, 2 feet 3 50
cum,) rich pcllow and spotted, 4 feet 5 00
Lilium puniceum this new variety has just
been introduced by D. Siebold k do Vriese,
and described as the most magnificent of the
t f the Lily specie 20 00
Smaller bulbs of the above 15 00
Tulipa clusiana, brilliant crimson scarlet" 25
Tulipa cornuta, a Chinese tulip, curicw 15
Tuli ra gesneriana, very large, bright crimson - 15
Iris Japonica, new, splendid freelloomer. 75
Iris Kscmpferi, splendid novelty from Japan
Brunsvifcia Josejhina 6 00
We also beg to recommend the following choice
Collections of Bulbous Roots:
6 Fine named Hyacinths, for pots, glasses'!
or open border i
1 Polyanthus Narcissus $100
2 Double Tulipa I
7 ilixed Crocus.-.. j
6 Fine named Hyacinths, for pots, glasses
or open border--
6 Fine Double tulips
12 Fine Single tulips
25 Fine mixed Crocus
3 Double narcissus-
3 Ilixed iris
2 Polyanthus natisBus
12 Double and single Cue named Hyacinths
50 JItxed crocus.-..........
12 Double named tulips
12 Single named tulips
3 Polyanthus narcistus- -
6 Double narcissus
6 Mixed iris
3 Crown imperials-
2 Pulbocodium Vernums
1 Pancratium maritimum-
ICO Varieties double and single Hce named
fiyaeints $16 00
100 Double and single f ne named Hyacinths,
100 Double: nd single fine named Hyacinths,
in 2 sorts 12 00
12 Our very best named Hyacinths, for pota
or open ground 5 00
12 Extra fine named Hyacinths, for pots or
open ground- - 3 00
12 First rate named Hyacinths, for glasses or
earth-; - J 00
12 Mixed double or sicgl) Hyacinths, for
open ground 100
50 ariettas fine nacaed early tulips, for pots
or open ground 4 04
50 Varieties tine named late tuli pa, for open
rround 5 09
0 Varieties fine namedtiouble tulips for poU
or cpea ground 5 0
J. JI. THORBUKN t CO,
15 John St Xeic lor.
J 0cyJ 'Ah, 1M0. ' fell
MAIN STREET, BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Takes pleasure In announcing that be has now on hand, a large and select stock of every art c!o in his line,
. OOO. STOVES
Of all the improved patters vix : Plymouth Bock, Charter Oak, Valley Forge, Elevated Oven,
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, some of which are enUrely new deslfms, vlx : A combined
Cook and Parlor stoves, something very nice indeed for small families
. 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, &c
B!H-rlsaMsag Fraifi (Oasis.
I have procured theright to manufacture a late simple and improved self-sealing Fruit Can to which I call the
attention of tbe 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 spouting and all other work of my line at the shortest notice, and in a
workmanlike manner, which I warrant io give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undersold in the upper country J. C. DEUSER.
Brownville, August, 30 i860.
n-auii -.i- i."Mt(!" Ml
til VLJ fcS-JLL .in; rf iiL j
OV T U
I 1 111
CHOICE BOTTLED ILIUOKS,
Gin Cock Tail,
Saddle Bag Whisky,
Cups & saucers,
i i I 1 r a mm . 1
J E WE LEY.
Come and nss and Secure Bargains.
Brownville, Anjust, 30, 10.
E. 17 BCRCI1ES & CO.,
Oregon, Holt Co., IIo.
The undersigned have lonr sicct been convinced
of the want of a nt class Kursery in the V eat,
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, &C-,
Can be adapted to our climate and soil. In view of
these facts, we have established one at this place,
and have now in successful cultivaton. which we of
fer for sale at
IVTiolesale or Retail,
The eoming season, a large ani well .selected stock
suited to this climate, of
Apples, standard and dwarf;
rears,stamlard and dwarf;
Cherries, standard and dwarf:
Strawberries sad Blackberries,
Evergreens, Ornamental Trees, and Shrubs,
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, Roses, Dahlias,
&.c, &c, Ac.
To which we would beg leave to call the attention
of the people of Western Missouri, Nebraska, Kan
sas and Iowa.
SSfOur terms will be as low as any reliable east
Bj purchasing of us theexpenseof transportation
from the east can be saved.
All trees and plants are carefully labeled and
packed in the best manner for any part of the Unit
ed States, for which a charge of the actual cost only
will be made. No charge will be made for the deli
very of packages on board steamboa s.
Allcommunicationsaddressed to the undersigned
will receive prompt attention.
E.II. BURCHES & CO.
LUMBER ! LUMBER ! !
Cheaper than Ever for Cash cr
Well known in this region as a successful and ac
commodating lumber dealer, has a ain taken the
Mill on Sonora Island.
And is prepared to furnish every desirable quality
oi lumber tor Tencing or building purposes ; deliver
ed at the Mill, or at
Or at any point on the riveras may be agreed upon
Are as follows . Attne Mill, for cash-, from
30 cents per 100 feet to SI per 100 feet
Ontime,say three,six, nine, oi twelve months,
45 cents per 100 feet to $125 per 100 feet
with 10 percent, interest from delivery, note to be
secured by unincumbered real estate.
The lumber will bo 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 tojusttfy the eon
struction of a raft.
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 feet of Lumber on band,
And more making every day.
March 1st, I860. 6m.
What Everybody WAnts.
THE FAMILY DOCTOR
Simple Remedies, Easily Obtain-
ior tbe Cure of Disease In
PROF. HENRY S.T TAYLOR, M. D
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Dissolution of Partnership.
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name of Seiel and Greenbaum was this day mutually
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fnll GEO. COMBS, 218 Lake itChica.
J ---j -A J i
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u-j Remove J
From his Old Stand oa the Levee to
WHITTISYS IIST7 BLOC
BROWXVILE X. T.
Where he has opened c? a
TCI 7T7 7T7RTrTT RriT, TjVPTrr
STAI3LI. AJD FA3TCY
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Q-roc oirios 7
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free of charge.
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhea, an 4 other dis
ease of the Sexual Orzans, and on the NEW REME
DIES employed in the Dispensary, sent to tbe afflicted
lnsealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Twoorthree
Stamps tor pMta?e wilt be acceptable
Address DR. J. SEILLIN HOUGHTON. Acting Sur
geon, noward Association. No. 2, South Ninth Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors.
EZRA D. HEARTWELL, Pres.
Geo. Fairchili, Sec'y.
Octoter 18, I860. nl5-yly
The Nebraska Farmer.
16 PACES QUARTO MONTHLY.
SmSCRIDE FOR IT.
is the only Journal devoted exclusively
to the Agricultural and Educational inte
rests of Oebraska, Kansas, JVorthern
mm" 4-. . w
Missouri ana Southern Iowa.
Try it.-SLica. it.
Four Copies, 3 months for SI
Twenty Copies, 1 year SB15
One Copy, 1 year SI
FURNAS t liYANNA,
W Sim m Jf ift l fc- -
T3re sue b-:w
a pr.l of sh.rty y , i iir 4,
ni:TSu.atl a t .ic:(k.'f -J . :-: ,
Giote.r -r ti:r eTir.r:.Arj 4 ;
retj-isi ie-r- i t.;a t;n-4, "1'"- v w
we -i. k; v
ly erry tJsA vt
xs ioiiow,s? are or iif ti.
YEGETALLE LIFE 2Ir
Are "v"il tnis t fc ;n?;:.v.
Dyiper"a' -T ---'rttc.-i.ye.earst.N,
end si -oiif b, and ere:; j f ; j
lntei.i vt theta: acrs l k12.i . r:t.nlrr
peei.e, H-anbiri, L iche. '
Anx.ety. La3?wor. a.t M eiatKt.: :,""t -k '
eral aymptocisbf XJ-a, w;a vtV e' t
coi)s-!iuet!ce t. itarcre.
Coilsv -nes, by c.eaasitg tie w.
tet:ues with a sulxeat jr-icevj, ai w .
all violent purges leave !L e?.j cciiT" "
t'cstrt, of all kind, br restoring tj .
lar circulaiios, tbri:b in prvsf j-.
auch cases, and the th jroueti mirt:.. .
obtruct:iu ia o'.iers. '
The Lite Mo ticiueshave beea known .
tism, permaaeiitly ia .tuee rtU r'Zr
that time by r.movinz 1-jCil ncit,
ie? RQJ lijtaaitnts frca th3 Un.ls ''J
cie? knd liitaaien; frcra :h i. n t
uriptita 7i ii aiiMSi, ty rrec.2 nd
th kianeys aDd b!aMer ; tbej tpra'.e awwiV
ly on these important trg-c. and hence c
found a certain renie-iy for tte worst ea jT
weis the slimy matter to wbica the cite
O H.23 Gr O T3"
BIJPIBE PLOW WORKS
Of Nehraslta and N. W. Missouri:
- - w.. ueaii.aiiunvi iun i.iuiqti
of Nebraska and Uii.nn.i ...v. .... .... f h...-
- . .vLa i k ii . . " vi
band and am constantly manufactaring, at my Plow
. .v..,,.w.vdvu, wagon, ana every paiiern or
plow. to-wH :
wncana iho Home Flows,
And Harrniv tTott
Together with everything in this line used by a farmer
I take the responsibility of saying that my two horse
plows will do better work, in stubble or any kind of
iuuku niuuuu, tutu iuj i mauuiac.urea or sold in this
unner count r v. Mv twj-horsc ru ni.,w. i . .
sold, for cah on terms, such as will place them in the
Mr Plow ran be nl.tlii.v1 from m-w . t
Point, K. T., BrowDvilie, Nodaway county. Marietta,
x.u.-u Dviiom, uoii couaiy, crown vu ie. . T., and For
est City. MARTIN HOFFMAM.
N. B. All kinds of recalrina-duna with miti.....j
dispatch, on liberal terms.
Oregon, mo., May, 1369.
Theodore Hill, Agent
At Brownville, N. T., keepionhand a general assort
ment of Huffman's Plows.
Brownville. May, 1S60. jT
Whereas one Thomas Williams has during my absence
falely repreeirted himself as my asent and attorney,
ana having illegally obtained possession of certain bucks
of acconnta. and papers, and otber pruperts belonging to
me, and fraudulently converted them Ui his own use, by
All persons are hereby notifled that said Williams
is not and never was my authorized a;ent. and that no
act of his as such will be acknowledged by me.
Xiddleport, N. T., Nov. 19, 1S60.
To Persons out of Employment
AOEWTS WANTED to sell the ERIE SE jriNG
MACHINE. We will give a Consnilt-sion. or wasea at
from $-23 to $0 per month, and expenses paid. This is
a new Machine, and so simple in its construction that a
child of 10 years eac leira to operate it by half an hour's
Instruction. It is equal to any Family Sewing Mactine
In use. and tbe price is but fifteen dollars.
Persons wishing aa Agency will address
J N. BOTLAJ.-,
Secretary Erie Sewing JTachine C-mpajy,
Mi lax Ohio.
Coher 18, I860. -nl55sa.
, a Jh
Scurry. I7cr rs and Inveterate Sore eTk,
purity which these Life Ma.nes give to-I.T5-and
all tbe humors. 'S
Scorbutic Eruptions and bad complexions b-v
ternaJive efTec( upon tbe Bcids tbat feed t'i. w'1
tbe morbid tate of which octasi,-n an erVt
plaint, 8aniw,cluudy, acdutheroisajr.e.iv'5
ions, . 'ro,:.
The use of these pills for a very short tire.
an eutirecure of Salt Rheuia aud a itniioi
meut in the ciearues of the skin CotaJ i cT
Influenia will always be curedby otedoie or t'i4
tbe w-TM cases. ' "
PILES. The original proprietor of tb.
wascoreiof piie-cf thirty-ne years tuaha'tu
use of tbe Life Me.liciaes arx.e. ' n
Fever and Ajue For thi scourge et ,ht
Country, tUese Medicines w.ll te found aw.
and certain remedy. Other medicine I'a-a'N.j
subject to a return of the diese a cure by tii
cines is permanent try thmt be uticfled imZVL
Bilious Fevers and Liver CmpUinu -Gamj w
bility. loss of appetite, and Di.eaes ot ftzxxlj
Medicines have been used witb the wet bes-srj 4
suits in cases of this description: EiugtE-ii it
ula In its worst forms, yiel la to the nuid j
ful action of these remarkable Medicines. X gktJ
Nervous debility, NervouCmp!aintof alUind, v
pitation of the heart, Painter's Colic, are apfedi.y'-T
Mercurial Diteates Pertont whose eoeititrA
have become impaired by the injudicious ae
will Ond tfcee Medicines a perfect cure, as they
fail to eradicate from the system, all he tfnu ,
Mercury, infinitely sooner tQaa tbe most af.wtrfi'-
arationsof Sarsaparilla. W.B. MOFFaT
Jaly 3. 1?60, ly
First Annual Pal?
St. Louis, 211. , 1SC0.
First Premium At. aided to
GROVER & BAKER 5
FA3III.Y SEYHXG JIACUtSL
No. 23, Sewing Mainines. In Ibis artic's ti
was much interest felt bj tuanj be?i jes the eonjK.
tors. The Committee were well selected, acd tq,
over three hours examining the merits of th m
ral machines. Ten were entered for the pmua.
The Committee, after having fair! and carefuHji
amined !!, consulted together as to which jhoaii
first, and it lay between Wheeler 1 ViI;B i
Grover & Eaker. The Committee then awardei.
So. 4 Grover k Baker, f rat premium, dip!a
and $20. ' .
No. 5 TVTieeIeri Wilson, second premiQa,ptt
. Platlner. Esa. G. W.Ahrnvr ra
J. H. Blood, Esq. Samuel Hale, Est.
ty . i l . - . . . ..
a cnorusoi ci-a posuion, ana eminently ei; .Mu
lied to judge. The unanimously awarded tin
First Premium to Grover &.Ez
EST FAAIILi SEWIJG 21ACULZ.
Nashvili-E, Sept. 15th, 1VJ.
At the Tennessee State Fair this dsv tb ileh
rremiom was awarded to tht Grover A fcak.r S
inir .Machine as the best for all claf fumi-rwnl
Also was a premium awarded to tha Groin A R&ir
on the double-Iofp stitch, as being sopenortni
shuttle or lock stitch ivr tLo same purpos. liw
ircajiurm wers awaracu over t ,e heeler A 1st
. M. Singer, and llowe machines, in comr etiiigs.
Sale Room3, 121 North Fourth Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO. .
50,000 T.JJS T OOL 1TASTED.
ST. JOSEPH; MO.
Two Extensive Woolen' Factories ani.
ONE NEW AND FITTED UP
With all the Latest Fine Improvement!
We are cretareI to
have for sale the following Goodt
Satinets. Heavy and Lkit
JEAXS TWEEDS, FLAXSIU
WHITE, COLORED, STRIPED AXD TLAI5
n. tra n t mm '
Fulled Hnsejs, Colored Tfti.
and Jhxed, 11-2 Yards vide.
Blankets cf all Kindi and sli Quality
YARNS OF ALL SIZES AND C0L0R3,
Warranted all Goods of the best material.
BTWs will e.tchari7e tha bTat fJn.? fur W.
Fancy Iij in- to Order.
f Iourconntantlv on hunA f.,r-.7 T,K.t-r
. ... .... ,
paid for wheat.
N BUEL Jt SON. EUELL4 DUCl
August, 23, 1SC0.
SIMD- CAM Dili!
I HAVE made arranrements with POrG-v
BROTHERS, Zanesville, Ohio, the only establi
in the tailed State. enga?el eaclusivelr " - wtST
facture of Sorgho Suzar R..-r.irrt. Ac'
which I can furnih the farmers la this rei'ilh ,s"
much needed articles. The DotiRla Sugar Hill ana ir
parstoa were awardei the First Premium at tie
State Fair; and the highest honor at the Cmted it",f!
Asrtcultoral 3-ciety, a silver mclal. I am ecnJ-
Farmers of Nebranka. Kana. Northern Misfc"
Southern Iowa can find no other to suit thsm M-;
either in price or therwi.
Capacity and Price of Wilis
Tnri'C Iron Rollers in SrrnrTlrr.r.Fn:?
No 0 One Horse Tertiral Mill pre.-es from 2
o ao gallons of Juice per hour ; price
do 1 One horse Vertical cresses from 25 t t
pallons of Jace per hour ; price a
Same as No 1 ; extra heavy.
da 3 Io horse Vertical presses from 33 ta W -callous
of Juice per hour; liiht drift
do 3 Twohorsf; Vertical (double searH)?re--
eafrom aStoSOgallcnsjuiceperhour.tea'T t
do 4 Two hor Vertical (jlnple reared) press
es trom 50 to 75 gal Iocs of juice pr bBr' .)
do 6 Fonr horse Vertical (single t eartrf)e3?" y
city from Hfl to 125 zallooa per hur
do To horse FIrizrDtal fba k (reared) suita
ble to attach tu Xhrehinii: Mac lime -crortsf
po;r, preea f rijai 40 to 60gaHonsf '
juice per hour
Two horse Horizontal, with vertical :--to
apply lev-1!". ?r!:r.: b liorsea anie
ertical, presses 43 to 65 gallons per ai "
do S Four horse Ilarirontal (Tack feared)
able to attach toTarehir. Machtneoret'i'f
power, pree Tto 100 tralloa per bonrs
do 9 Six horse nriKntaI back reared)
lated for water or g:eam power, rea'jr '"f
the belt, and with capacity to workoffacroF
Cf from 15 to 20 acre of Cane.
R. vr. FX H.VAS, AS
Douglas' Improved '
PRE3IIOI SUGAR 311
JhskingvM Works. Zanesville, '.
We are now prepared to manufacture oar PT', t,
Su(jar-L'&4 Miil. either Vertical or BonW1"
win be able to supply tbe demand, however 'rrjT,y
We are also manufacttirini Don ia' Improve-
orator, and also PocgUs Sea-- Saar A" vapor t"';
are pre;ared to furnish every article of tbe be s '
ty. and at m derate rates, repaired in tbe m02Ttit
PSICE3 $50 $50, $30 100. and npwarii- r'
Furnaces and Evaporarors. $Z0to $tCO. iilis9
Circulars and Pamphlets fu-niibed ea
All orders addressed totbt coders: fried will
IW.rC KBK hiil'
lj attended t.
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