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AN' aspericnt and StonnrMc preparation of IP.OX
oriaplof Osygen and Carbon by combustion in Hydro
t o. Sanctioned by the highest Medical Authorities,
o!h iu Karor-e aud the Lulled Slates, aud prescribed
LCOiC TO YOIBJ! HEISTS!
STEAM FERRY BOAT
Biwnville, "j:' IYjraka.
Ti.e experience of t)mninits daily proves that no
prepare ti.m .f Ire Can be compared with It. Impuri
ties or the blo-vJ, depression of vital energy, pale "d
iberii-e nckly complexion indicate it ue'sity io
iuu"i every corx-ivauie .-.
I'juuii.ii-) ia ali imU Iie. iu which It Ua been tried,
Ldl prowl absolutely cutalive iu each oX lLefolii U2
complain:, viz :
In Debility, TVcrvans Affections,
L.macuuon, ijype:sia, tui
nation, Scrofula Tuberculous,
halt Illieum, Jllsnienstruation,
Wliltr-K. C"li!rov!s. Liver Com
plaint, x:ueu:iiatlsni, Chronic
Headache. Xnterniitleiit Fevers,
Pimple on the Facc.&c.
.In Ca-eif GENERAL DEETUTr. wtdber theresnlt
of ac-ite di.eae, or of continued diminution of nervous
. .! nuincmar energy front chrouiccotnplaints, one trial
of tb' rentorative has proveJ succeosful to an extent
which no Se ciiiiH nor written attestation would
rmder credible. Invalids so louit bcd-i idden as to have
bevum forgotten in thcirown neighborhoods, nave sud
dr,l re-ai-peaned in tbe busy world an if just returned
.troi.i j.-eiracted travel In a distant land. Some very
ait?nl iiuuces of this kind are attested of female
dOre, einseia'ed victim e-r apparent raaratmus,
nuinet: exhaustion, critical chances, and that cow
4;ica'ti n pf nervous and dyspeptic aversion to air and
exercise for which ihe phyician has no name.
Jn NERVOUS AFFECTIONS cf all kind, aud tor
'reasons fan:! liar to medical men, the operation of tbia
jirepars'.lon of iron must necessarily be salutary, for
unlikethe od oxides, it is vigorously tonic, without
bring exciting and overheating and gently, regularly
aperient, even in tbe most obstinate cases of costivenes
wiibiot ever eins pwtric purgative, or inflicting a
' tii axree jblo tPiisatlon.
HI tbi' latter property, among others, which makes
it o remarkably effectual and porwanent a rem!y for
Pile. Bp.n which it also appears to exert a distinct and
HicHc ac'ioa, by dibper.icg the local teudency which
Ii DVSPKP?! A.lnnutneriibleas are its causes, a single
box of tbee Chalybeate Pills has often sufficed for the
laot babttuai cases, inciu.linn tee attendant Cottlvcr.cn
TS-.c.icUe te4 DiARRIl EA, even when ndvanced ts
CViENTART, xnjrmed, emaciating, and apparently
wiij:nr.t, uie cTl-cU have been equally decisive ann
In the lo:i! paino, loss of f.oh and strength, dobilli
tatinscouch, an I remittent hectic. whu-h general ly lu
!!&( IXCIPUXT C0NSCMPT10X, this remedy has
llnyed the alarm cf fricad and physicians, iu several
very jrrMfrit and interet-tinz instances.
' la SCAOrCL'J'CS TL'UKRCL'LOSIS. this medicated
iron taa had far mre than the goods efTects of tbe most
ciutlously bal.im-e4 preparatioinof lodiue, without any
cf their well known liftWlitles.
viteJ to ihi rtw.e&y and rettorc'ive, la Ihe eases pecu
liarly aifecting tbem.
la RllSL'MATlSil, both chronic and Inflammatory in
the Jatier, however, rure decidedly it has been invari
My well reported, boih as alieviatins pain and reducing
the swel liiiijH and stiff tips of tho joints and muscles.
In IXf XRMITTKXT FEVKRS it must necessai ily be
a great rendy and energetic restoraiive, and its pro
gress in the new KCttietneuts of the West, will probably
be one of hixh renown and usefulness.
" No eme'iy has ever been discovered In the whole his
tory of tnedi.itis. which exerts such prompt, happy, and
fully restor-tive effects cVkhI appetite complete diges
tion, rapid acquisition of slrensUi. with an unusual dis
position for active and cheerful exercise.
Put up in flat metal b.ixe containing 50 pills. prico50
cants per box; for sale by drusiUts and de.ilars. Will
bo sent free iu anr address on receipt of the price. All
leUers, orders, etc., should be addressed to
GEX. AGENTS. 20 Cedar 8t.,N.T.
Acctisl t. 60 ly.
Flowers, Fruits, &c.
4U.1X A. rvbAluUl i, at tne uroro nursery,
West.Nar'.bficlil, Li., has ready fordeliverj :
Ujlbvcjpaoiahy Tulips, at tho low rate of $2,50
per 100. and $20 jer thousand for largo roots.
Strawberries, of all the umst approved varieties,
from' 2 to 4 dollars a thousand for wont, a few ports
liko NViU'nV Albany, higher Evergreens 20 to 40
cents per tout, according to variety and form--are-'ra.?e
' Fruit Trees io pood variety. Apple at from 8 to
15 dollars perlO'Oand the smaller the cheaper and
betler for distant customers.
Small Fruits Currauts, Ilouhtoa Gooseberry,
UiSphcrfies, blackberries, &c.,much lower than ever
2V red" before."
Ornaraentnl Treos, Roses and other Ilardy Shrub
bory.in great variety and abundance; and 10,000
rtnll to large plants of Upripht lloneysucklos, Lil
afi.Spireas Doutzia Scabra, l'rim, Ac., at from 1 to
10 -per handled. And the beautiful lKtlttra Sjjee
ab'tiit and other choioo perennials at from 1 50 to 2
per d"raon, and common thing? all desirable at
about half price...
Catalogues by mail on application ; and evry
thin? safely narked for distant transportation ; and
as a rule most thing sold at about ten per cent, less
in autumn than aprirg. f-no-l-vl
. BRO WNVILLEE !
Has jubt received
TUC BEST SCIaECTEO
And, rerhars, the
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever brouglit above St. Joseph,
Thlch he It opening out In the
Splendid New Building,
' Icrncr of Main and First treets,
Ilia itock consist of the following articles, which he
, will sell cheap for cash:
Ture White Lead,
- . China Zinck,
. lied Lead,
Cod Liver Oil,
Raw and b't umber,
Chalk, Linseed Oil,
Cough Candy, Tanner's Oil,
Copal Varnish Costile Soap,
Fancy Soap, Toilet Soap,
Tooth brushes, LHherage,
' Tatent medicinos, L,et.paper
AYhiie Varnirh, Ink,
"" . Taint brushes
" Hair oil,
' Also, a Splendid Assortment of
IP o x r xx rrx o rie q ,
Comprisira Lyn's kathar.on, Cologne, I'ouiinaae
Imiiu ox marrow, bear greese, and oils, muss and
fcccaces of all kinds, and of the floekt quality.
fool Map paper, fancy letter pap", giiicuseu now,
an1 envelopes, plain, fancy, and eraoosed, peus pencils
and pcn-hulders, inks of all kinds, inkstands, walera
TTc-Haod Gin, Irish Whisky, bonrboo W hiskv, Ginger
Brandy. Cordial. Port Wine, atadeira, Wine, hue jna
a d Xalaga Wine.
7J-?hykician'i Prescriptious attended to at all boor
bvt.li by Cay and night.
The bct rraciical work yet published. Sent for one
i:ir. Eees for sale by tbe swsrm with Italian Queen
Can honey butio. c, La. Circular with partici--ir
v- t U ;l trplwanta. Address
f JaittiiU.S. T.
Tothoiein the Suites contemplating going to
tae JTebrnsia a r.d Katfa '
The undcreiprcd desire tofay, nnd insodoingwill
not practice deL-eption;tht ihere are advantages
to be eured in ,
Crossing the Missouri river at Rrownville,
an 1 on. luting at, and tttartii from tbat point,not
to be found at auy other place on the Missouri Ui
vcr. In the first place, on both sideicf theriver
are large exlentiof botUm lands in which graf
makes a muchear'icrKiart than oa the uplaads.and
ismiMihwore abundant, being inexhaustible the
entire season. litre, then, is a icsirable place to
recruit stock befrestartir.g on the l'laics. Stock
can also be purchased here on very favorable terms
The Urownville .Steam Ferry boat, being the best
on the liver, offers poculiarinducements tor cross
in' at this point. Itilrgeand commodious: with
powerful reacbinery. which enables the proprietors
to ferry emigrant and others in the most expedi
tious manner. i
We undertake to say that the vusinec men of
lirownvillc areas weilprcpared toserve those wish
rir ai,tIiea.withasuT)criorqualityand on as fav
orable termKas can be found elsewhere. Lvcry iuing
desirable can be purchased in IJrownville,sach as
Provisions, clothing, Mining Jmple
ncnts, &c, &c
The Route from P.rownville to the Mines is uni
versally admitted by those who have traveled it and
others, to be superior in every respect. Brownville
is about midway betaeen St. Jo. and Omaha. As
to distance, an examination of the map is all that
is necessary to pruve to ny 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 theentire disticce. while on many others,
wood has to bo hvalcd for many days.
The foregoing facts are folly and satisfactorily es
tablished by the immense travel of last year, and
those who adopt it the present season will have no
canso torcgret having done so. Therefoie
Cross the Missouri ltiverat ana start
JOHN CODDIXGTOX & CO.,
Proprietors.Slcain Ferry Boat.
Fifty Tiovs-and Copies Already Sold.
BY FRAXK CROSBY.
OF THE PHILADELPHIA BAR.
IT TELL TOU now to draw up Partnership Papers
and cives ceneral forms for Agree'
nicntsof all kinds. Bills of Sale, and
Leases and Petitions.
IT TELL Y017 How to draw u B inds and Mortgages,
Afil l.ivits, Powers of Attorney. Notes
ami Bilis of Kxcbauge, Kcceipts and
IT TELL TOU The laws for the collection of debts with
tbe statutes of Limitation and amount
and kind of property exempt from
' execution in every State.
IT TELL TOU llow to mikcan assignment propel Iy,
with forms torComposition wilhcred-
Itors, and tbe insolvent laws of every
tttht.i. TOU The lecal relation existing between
Gutrdian and Ward, M ister Ap
prentice. Lindlord and Tenant.
IT TELL TOU What constitute Libel and Slauder, and
the law as to marriage Dower, the
Wift rishtin prowerty, Divorce and
it TELL TOUThe Lw for Slech tnics' Liensln every
State, and the Naturaliiation Laws
f this country, aud how to comply
with the same.
IT TELL TOU The Law Concerning Pensions, ini bow
to obtain one, anil the pre-emption
Las to Public Lands.
IT TKLL TOU The L w for Patents, with mode of pro
cedure in obtaining one, with Inter
ference. Assignments and Table of
IT TELL TOU llow to make your will, and how to ad
minister on an Estate, with the Uw
and the requirements thereof in every
IT TELL TOU The meaning of Law torms in general
use. and exDlaius to you the Legisla
tivc Executive and judicial Powersof
buth tbe General and State Govern
IT TELL TOU How to keep out of Law. by showing
how to do your business legally, thus
savings a vast amount of property.
and vexatious litigailon by its time
Single copies wili be sent by mail, postage paid to ev
ery Farmer, every Mechsnie, every alan of Business,
ami everybinly in every State, ou receipt of $1,00 or in
aw style of binnins at $1.25.
1,000 Dollars a Year.
Can be made by enterprising men everywhere, In eel
ling the abuve work, as our inducements to all such are
vei v liberal.
For single copies of tbe Book, or for terms to agents.
with other information, appiy to or address,
JOHN' E. POOTTElt. Publisher,
No 617 Sanitcm Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
SPANISH MERINO SHEEP. N. &
N Bottuui, Breeders of pure blood Atwood Sheep
of tbe Hammond stock.
In 11 l Shaftsbury Tt.
Thompson Owens is fully authorized to act for me,
aud in hit name transact all business connected witlv
mvlandon the Haif-Ureed Reserve, located between
the N'emahas, including the San Francisco claim, award
ed and confirmed by the Secretary of the Interior to Wm
E Sloan, and by him sold to me.
New Tork. Nov 1. 160 tf BEX. HOLLADaT.
Keiuaha City Herald copy I weeks and send bil 1 to this
Butch Bulbous Hoots
J. M. TIIOUBURN & CO.,
15 John Street, JVcvr Yorlt,
Have just received in addition to their genera
large importation tho following novelties of the sea
son in limited quantities:
New Violet Hyacinth. "Lunique," each 35
Lilium Ufulgens, incomparable, each $ I 50
Lilinm Thunbcrgianum irandiQorum
SicboMii.orango crimson, 2 fceti - 3 50
Liliumcokhicuin, (Sxoritziannm mar,adelphi-
cum.) rich pel low and spotted, 4 feet- 5 00
Lilium puniocum this new variety has just
been introduced by D. Sicbold A do Vriese,
and described as tbe most magnificent of the
i f the Lily species 20 00
Smaller bulbs of tho above.- 15 00
Tulipn clusiana, brilliant crimson scarlet" 25
Tulipu cornuta, a Chinese tulip, curious. 15
Talipa gesneriana.very large, bright crimson- 15
Iris Japonica, new, splendid free bloomer-- 75
Iris Ka-mpferi, splendid novelty from Japan
Hardy ' M
Hrunsvipa Jose hina 8 AO
Brunsvigia mult.fl ra 6 0
Wo also boj to recomraeiid tbe following choice
Collections of Oulbous Hoots:
6 Fine named Hyacinths, for pots, glasses'!
or open border '
1 I'olyauthus Narcissus $100
2 Double Tulips -
7 Mixed Crocus J
0 Fine named Hyacinths, for pots glasses')
C Fine louhle tulips
12 Fino Single. tulips--
25 Fine mixed Cncns.-
3 touble narcissus
3 Mixed iris
2 i'olyanth us narcissus
12 Doc 1-1 e and single fine named Hyacinths)
50 Mixed crocus
12 Double bamed tulips
12 Single nsraed tur.ps
3 Polyanthus narcistus
6 Double narcissus--
6 Mixed iris
3 Crown imierials
2 Bulbocodium Vernums--
' 1 Fancratium maritimum
100 Varieties double and single Cne named
100 Double and siuglo fine named Ilyacinths,
in 50 sorts-
100 Double", nd single fine named Hyacinths,
in 25 sorts
12 Oar very best named Hyacinths, for pots
12 Extra fine named Hyacinths, for pots or
12 First rate named Hyacinths, for glasses or
12 Mixed double or sinl : Hyacinths, for
open grouad - 100
50 arieties fine named early tulips, for pots
or open gn.oni 4 00
50 Varieties fino named late tu'.tps, for open
ground 5 00
50 Varieties Cnenameddoubletalipsforpots
or cpen ground 5 0a
J. SI. TnOIiBURN A CO,
15 John Sl Sew Yorl. .
0r"25th, 1S89. Full
0 f o
MAIN STREET, BROWNVILLE,
Takes pleasure in announcing that he bas now on band, a large and select stock of every art cle In bis line,
Of all the Improved patters ; vis : Plymouth Kock, Charter Oak, Valley Forge, Elevated Oven, kc,
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, some of which are entirely new desiens, vlx :
C'jok 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 Iird Oil Lamps J Brass Copper, and sheet Iron Ware; Lanterns, Shovels, &c
I have procured the right to manufacture a late simple and improved self-sealing Fruit Can to 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
1 am prepared to put up guttering and spouting and all other work of my line attho shortest notice, and in a
worktimnlike manner, which 1 warrant io give satisfaction.
. I pledge myself not to be undorsold in the upper country J. C. DEUSEE.
Brownville, August, 30 1860.
PV ' TL
p W '
E. H. BIKLI1E3 Z CO.,
Oregon, Holt Co., IIo.
The-undersigned have long sinct been convinced
of the want of a fim class Nursery in the West,
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS,
Can be adapted to ourcliuiate and cil. In view of
these facts, we bavc established one at this place,
and have now in successful eultivaton. which we of
fer fur salo at
Wholesale or Retail,
The coming season, a large and well selected stock
suited to this clirmtte, -f
Apples, standard and dwarf;
Pear3, standard and dwarf ;
Cherries, standard and dwarf:
Evergreens, Ornamental Trees, and Shrubs.
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, Roses, Dahlias,
Ac., Ac, Ac.
To which we would beg leave to call the Attention
of tbe people of Western Missouri, Nebraska, Kan
sas and Iowa,
l50ur terms willbeaslow as any reliableeast
By purchhsing of as theexpenseof transportation
from the east can be saved.
AH 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 ba made. No charge will be made for the deli
very of packages on board steamboa s.
All commumcationsaddressed to the undersigned
will receive prompt attention.
E. II. BCT.CnES A CO.
LUMBER! LUMBER ! !
Cheaper than Ever for Cash or
Well known in this region ns a successful and ac
commodating intnber dealer, hnsagain taken the
Mill on Sonora Islam!,
LV !' pr?pirsd to furnish every desimble quality
of lumber for fencing or building purposes ; deliver
ed at the Mill, or at
Or at any point on the river is rany be agreed upon
Are as follows . At tne Mill foruasb, 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 $1.25 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
Missouri Itiver within 50 miles down stream, at 25
cents per 100 feet in addition to the above prices
when sufficient amounts are taken tojustify the con
struction of a rait.
To those wishing lumber, particular attention is
called to these propositions, which cannot fail to
Come with, or sendyour orders, and theyshallbo'
fillfd withont delay
100,000 feet of Lumber on hand,
And more making every day.
March 1st, 1860. 6m.
What Everybody VV'Ants.
THE FAMILY DOCTOR
Simple Remedies, Easily Obtain-
lor the Cure of Disease in
unlji J '4. 4 'J
JOHN a. voim,
Frora his Old Stand oa the Levee to
WHITIIET'S I7EV7 13 LOCH.
BROWXVILE i: T.
Where he has opened up a
STAPLE A!V D FAS C Y
A Large Stock of Choice Family
G-roo eries 7
Ttese me'iicu.es te now txa b;.T,.,
a period of thirty jears, a;;d di.ri: ti , t
mjiP.tsiiiei a bi;b.tirai:ter la a unii 1 v
Glube, f--r their extra.Miiuijry act! ihium ',''n
resturiu? perfect bcalth to per,ii,n.. .. .
ijef etj iwa ui u;m i ;ui a ijjg . -k
buin.ia l'.eaes in vLu'b lh
Are well known t bi iiifaiiibie.
Dyip'fii, If th
end f ti Uidt'li.-, a
instead of ti
AIU1CI . V. , tl'l M K i A U'.IJI HJ WlliC
erl s.yii! pti-nis of L'y-i cpjM, win auit;
coiseiui'nce i I Itsvure.
tei. ues with a bolveui process. aM wtu -
all vtoieut pargts ieve tUe 'j.wei cutiti'w?
l evers, oi all kiod. by resti.r.njc the b
nsteaJ oi tbe stale acri-J ki.i, i'i.u.tr.r . -eeite,
ilearibum, lf'!ache, IU i,eM,j !"".
1 1 4
lar circui:i.ju, ibruugb tbe pio.ej ,t ,rv.
suclicjies, anj ttie ttioryuga sui itiun oi a.i'u.''
obstruction in others. fe
The Lie Atc licmeshive been knjwn to enrt i1
tism permaceutly in hree ees and Co;
that tune by renwvin; lucjl ilCj uiuaun;:uEi, -
And a fine assortment of
A tte selected Slock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
ol el X :r
Boots and Shoes.
ITlS knowledge of the trade and wants of the people
of liuownville and vicinity enable. bim to niaite Judici
ous purchases expressly for this market. He asks an
examination of bis Slock, feeling assured be will be
able to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
cles ana ligaments from the jutius.
Drops-iet Or all kinjs, by trevui nd
tht kuiiieys and bia.liler ; tliey oir;e m -.t ;.
ly ort these imp,irtjnt orn. and betu-a
found a certain rcmely for the m-i.rst cxtt J 5
Also H'ormt, ty disitH!?iiiii ;runi the tnraiv, '
boweis the slituy uutter to whiili tLt.e at'S-' '
Scurry, L7c-r;d Inveterate Soret, by tl ,.
purity which thee Life Meiiitiat.-fivetv tLt 6 '""'
aud all tbe huun.rs. ";
Scoi butic Kruptionsand bad complexions. by .j.
teruarive eticct 01011 the fluids that reed t'u .4,,' '
the morbid stale of whiih occasii'iis all ernpi;,t '
plaiuts. sallow, clouJy, aadother disajrtelitcv,.,!
Tbe use of these pills for a Tery short tim.
ar, (iitirecure of bait Kbenia aud a itnkiug
meia in tne clearness or id mm. tuuuu.or
vjr -m a
PROF. HENRY STAYLOR, M. D. WHITNEY'S BLOCK
CMOECE IBOTTILED LE(Q HJOMi
Old Rye, .
Gin Cock Tail,
Saddle Bag. WThisky,
IT TELLS TOTJ now lo attend opon tbesick, and bo to
cwk for them j bow to prepare drinks
Poultices &c. and also how to guard
acalnst trie infection from contagious
IT TELLS TOU Of tbe various diseases of Children, and
gives the best and simplest mode of
treatment during ttetbinp, convol
sions. Vaccination, Whooping-cough
IT TELLS TOTJ The symptoms of Croup, Cholera Infan
tum. Cholic, Diarrhea, Worms sea! led
Head, Ringworm, Chicken-rox. 4tc
and plves you the best remedies for
- their cure.
IT TELLL AOU The symptoms of Fever and Ague, and
Bilious. Tellow, Typhus. Scarlet and
other Fevers, abd aive you tbe best
simplest remedies for their sure.
JT TELLS TOU The symptoms of Influenza. Consump
tion Dyspepsia, Asthma, Dropsey. the
Goat. Rheumatism. Lumbago, Ery
sipelas. fcc and fives you the best
Remedies for tbdir cure.
ITTELI.STOTJ Tbe simpt..m of Cholera Morons. Mi.
liKiunt cholera, Small-P .x Dysentery
Cramp. Diseases or the Bladder, and
of the kidneys and Liver, and the best
remedies for their cure.
IT TELLS TOU Tbe symptoms of the Humps. Neural
gia. Ap.-piexy, Paralysis, the various
Dit.ea.-es of the throat, teeth, ear and
eye, and the best remdies for their
IT TELLS TOU Tbe symptoms of Epilepsy Jaundice the
Files Rupture Diseases of the Heart,
Hemorrhage, Venereal Dineases and
Hydrophobia, and gives the best rem
dies for their cure.
IT TELLS TOU Tbe best and simplest treatment foi
wounds, brokeu bonesand dislocations
sprains lockjaw. Fever Sores, White
movoaxlf dissociation '
Influenxa will always be cured by uce dje.or h, ..'
tbe wort) cases.
PILES. The original proprietor of tbe..
wascuredof pileor thirty-tiTe years ouihW C"
useof the Lire Jiclicine alone. '
Fever and Ague For tui .nrre ot ih
Country, tbe.e iledicii!-H will t e ruui.i a $.r
and certain remedy. V'htr mei!Ui;iv Inveih.
subject to a return of the di.ee cure I t tb-.
cines is permanent try them, be sjinrd ani
Bilious Fevers and Liver Coinpiaint. 4ig.u'.
bility. loss of appctitt. and Di.-eae vt Ftm
llediciiiea bare been used with ll:o mot bcutvi
suits in Cases of tbisdcacriptiiin: ns Kni, 4tu .
Ula in its worst forms, yields to tt.eiiiild, rt p
fill action or these remarkaMe Medicines. X-,(i;
Nervous debility. Nervous Complaints of all kmo, p.
pitation of the heart, Painter' Colic, are nt-u
Mercurial Diea$e$ Person whose cnsti;--,
bav become Impaired by the inj idiciocs n?eofi',
will Ond tbee .Medicines a perrcct cure.. n thfj,
fail to eradicate from the system, all the eft'ecu
Mercury, intlnitely sooner than the most i.,irru
aratiens of Sariaparllla. W. B. HokKaT '
335, Broadway, NeIj-
July 5, I60, Iy
First Annual Par
St. Louis, Sfjt. Dii, 1SC0.
First Prerainm Av ardsd to
GROVER & BAKER5
FAMILY .SEYI'lAQ 2IAC1IMI.
No. 2C, Sewing M.ilnines. In. this article tl
was mtifh interest filt by many besides the wcy
tors. The Committee were wdl scJecteJ, aaJ
over three hours exHraininj the merits of th
1 . l.: IT . 1 r .
ri uiacuiiics. icn were tnuri-ii ior tne yr m,.i
The Committee, after having f lirly and ciirtfu.;j':
amined pJ!, consulted ti.cthr-r as to which siiuu.j
first, and it lay bctwei-n Wheeler 4 Vi;n a.
Grovcr t Ilaker. Tho Cummktee then awaol.-d.
No. 4 Grover & Laker, Erat premium, id 1
No. 5 WhcelerA Wilson, s.jcoc J trsmiux.rv
Platlner, Esq. G. IV. Alexander, L
J. II. Blood. Esn. Sfivi'jfl Inh Fin
ITilTljf IjPTJT I'cr.-"n-of hih jo.-ition, am) i?mihcn!!j Hl.pv
I ill I ' I ted tojuJ'e. The unnuiaidMsljr aw;ir(KJ tiis
lilU Uilll First Prcmiura to Grovcr &Eai:
BEST FA HI Li SEWIXG jfACinSZ
NA'nrn.t.K. Sept. "li b. l-'J.
At the Tennessee Sutelnir tlii- (i;ij tiie h
premium was awarded to fl tin.vcr .t I .ik-.r
inj? MiicLiiieasthe bt-rt ti.r ail il. e.. of fiuin'y rt
Also was premium nw.ird.d l thin vt-r . IU
on the doufile-liM ji stitch, u tcin Mnrior i A
shuttle r lock stiu h tor thu siimtj j.ur(oe. Tj
premiums were n w.inhd over t e V hoclrr X W1V1
il. binder, and Howe machines, in coinpctitwi.
s rr.i i5 3 s
w u u u xir m
A Benevolent Intt itution establhhed by special En
aowmcnt for tne Helief of tne iic and itstreued,
afflicted toia Virulent and Epidemic Ihtrate and
especially or the Cure of Innate of the Sexual
urgnn . .
MiiDICAIj ADVICE (tlven gratis, by the Acting
Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with a description
of their condition (ee occupation, habits of life, Ac.)
and In cases of extreme poverty, Medicines furnished
free of charge
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhoea, and other di I
eaPi of the Sexual Orcans, and oil the NEW REMK-
DtES employed in the Dispensary, sent to the afflicted
in scaled letter envelopes, free of charge. Two or three
Stanips for pi'staee will be acceptable
address DR. J. SKILMN HOUGHTON, Acting Sur
geon, Howard Association. No. 2. South Ninth Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. By order or the Director.
EZRA D. HKARTWELL, Pres.
Geo. Fairchilp, Sec'y.
October 18. 1360. nl5-yly
The Nebraska Farmer.
16 PAGES QUARTO MONTHLY.
Sl'IJSCRICE FOR IT.
Sale Rooms, 124 North Fourth S tree;
ST. LOUIS, MO.
50,000 LIIS ITOOI IVAATLD.
57. JOSEPH, MO.
Two Extensive WcoJen Factories s;f:
ONE NEW AND FITTED IP
With all the Latest Fine Improwmnti
We are prejared to munufncture to order,
have for sale the following Oocds:
Satinets. Heavy and Light,
JEAXS TWEEDS, FLAXXU
WHITE, COLORED, STRrrEP ANDl'LA '
Xa Inooy a,'
Fulled IlJistjM, Colored 11 hif
and Mixed, 1 1-2 Yards vidi
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it Jk 8 S
Wine Glasses, -
Come and see and
Brovfxville, August, 30, 1S60.
IT TELLS TOU Of tbe various Diseases peculiar to the
ernaie Sex. and gives the best and sim
plest remedies for their cure, together
with many valuable hints for the pres-
ervation of health.
The work is written in plain language, free from ml-
lcai terms, so as u be easily understood, while its sim
ple receipes may soon save you many timesjhe cost of
the boo. It is printed in a clear and open type; is il
lustrated with appropriate engravings, and will befor-
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Dissolution or Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the merchanti'.e business
heretofore carried on by the nndersigned, nndeMbe Arm
name of Seigel and Greenbaum was this day mutually
dissolved. David Seigel is authorized to settle on the
ousinessor tne concern.
All persons knowing themselves indebted either by
note or account are hereby notified that unless they
ontcrorwara immediately ana pay up, the notes and ac
counts win be placed la tbe band of an officer for col
lection. DAVID SKIOEI-
Sept 20.1360 tf HKNRT GRKEN'BACM.
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Seal all letters securely, and direct dlafnly to
louis n STEPiinxs,
PtBLISHER TOR rBOJRUTORS.
113 Xasiu Street. Xew Yurk.
PEACH PITS 25 Bushels for sale
at one dollar and fifty cents per bushel, by
rests of Oebraska, Kansas. JVorthern
Missouri and Southern Iowa.
Try it.-uO.ld it
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YAKN3 OF ALL SIZES AND COLOM,
Warranted al) Goods cf the best material.
E?7We will exchange the above Goods fur
Fancy IJjInsr to Order.
We will pay cash for any amount of Wot!.
Flour constantly on handforsaie. Thebest
paid for wheat.
N'.BUEL & SON. BUELL4 DIXOf
August. 23, 1SC0.
PLO 17 WARES
oto. courts oiti,..
Of Nebraska and iV. IF. Missouri:
AGAIN I would call the attention of the farmers
of Nebraska and .Missouri, to the fact that I have on
hand and am Constantly manufacturing, at my Plow
Factory, In Oregon, Ho., wagons, and every pattern of
plow, to wit :
One and Two Hor se PIoivs,
And Harrow Tectli.
Tojether with everythicg in this line used by a farmer
I take tbe responsibility of saying that my two horse
plows will do better work, iu stubble or any kind of
rough grijcnd, than any I inanufactared or sold in this
upper country. My twu-horte and prairie piows will be
sold, for cah n terms, such as will place them in the
reach of every farmer.
My Plows can be obtained rrom my agent at Iowa
Point. K. T., Brownville, Nodaway county. .Marietta
Rush Bottom, Ilult county, Brownvi !!e. N.T..mul For
est City. MARTIN OOFFMAM.
N. B. All kinds of repairing doue with neatness and
1i?patch, r",n libera! terms.
Oregon, Mo., ilay, 186d.
Theodore Hill, Agent
at Brownville, N. T., keeps onhand a general asort-
merit uf II utr.iian' Pl.-ws.
Brownville May. ISG0. r
Whereis one Thomas Wiiiiams h.n durinc mv benc
laisciy rcpreelca titin'cir asmyaxe.it and attorney,
and having illegally obtained posbcnon of certain book
of accouts. and papers, and other propertj belonging to
me. and fraudulently cunverted them to his ounuse, by
All persons are hereby notified tbat said Williams
is not and never was my authorized agent, and that no
act (A his as such will be acknowledged by me.
Middleport, X. T., Nov. 19, 1SC0.
I rTAVE made arrangements wit! P0CG!
BROTHERS. Zanenvllle, OMo, tne on ly e-tabli.'"-in
the United States, engawl exclnxively in tie mrf'
fact n re of Sorgho Sn:r Mills, Kvaprfir- c
which I can furnib the farmers in thi rezi"n'ti
much neeiiei articles. Tbe Doug asSrn:? Hill i'J
paratus were awarded the First Preminm V itK
State Fair; and tho highest honor at tbe United i' '
Agricultural Society, anilver medal. I sme &fl
Farmers of Nebraska. Kanas. Nartliern MI""1,,
Southern Iowa can And no other to suit them t:J
either in price or otherwise. , .
Capacity and Price cf ' Hit
toe Iron Kol.'ers in Sircr; Iron Fn-'
C One flome Vertical Mill prejefr-Tu2A
to 80 gallons of juice per hjur ; p:c
do 1 One home Vertical prese from to4
gatlons of juce per hou ; price
Same as No 1 ; extra bavv.
do 2 Two horse Verticil presses from ii ts 5 a
gallons of jnicw per hour; light drift
do 3 Twubore Vertical (double geared) stel
es from 35 to 50 gal Ions juice per boor, t'v a
do 4 Two horr Vertical (irr If glared) rrt'f
es trom to 75 gallons of juice fr iiuo' s
do (S Four horse Vertirai (single cearedjca;"
city from 100 t-t 125 gal furs per hiur
do 6 To bore Horizontal (ba s geared) Ei'
ble to attach toThre-b.- e i,r!ine . ru'Ler
pwer, pre-e frum 40 to 60 gallon
Jiice per bonr
do 7 Two horse Horizontal, wtlb verticsl' J''t
toavp'y lever to. work'i by fcore -an.eJ
Vertical, presses 40 to 60 gallons per
do 3 Poor hore Horizontal
sbie to atrch toThrerhi
do 9 hi
g Mai bine
power, vr s 73 to ICO zaik.n cer b"i''
is borne norizoiita! (' a-.k geareu) m'" "
r.ir wi'Ar rr if.ifri m-p ria,'iv tr
tSe belt, snd with capacily to work tif c:t?
of f rum 15 to so cre of ('ire.
i:. Y. rtii as, a?
To Persons out of Eniplojnicnt.
AGENTS WAITED to sell the KRIRSKvixg
MACH1-VK. We will give a C oiimii fsion, ir waie at
from $-25 to $60 per month. ad expenses paid. Thm is
a new Machine, and so simple-in its cor.structicu tbat a
child or lOyearsran lern tooperate it by half an hour's
instruction. It i eq'ial to any Family SSwinj ilactine
in ne, and tiie price in tut fifteen dollars.
Persons wishinj an Agency will address
J X. BOTLAN.
Secretary Erie Sewinj KacMDe Comrsfy,
Clr 13, I?0. -nlMta.
Muskingum Works. Zanesvilie.
Wear-n.xv prepared to m3Bnfictur"e onr
Sugar-Cane Mi.'li. either Vertical or lIorii"flu'
will be able to snpp'y the demand, however "r"j..j
We are also m;inuf.jctanns Doiieias' Iinprovf--
orator, and also D'.cglas Sreant Segar vaprw t
are prer'eJ to f nr:u.-h every article of tLe bf' '.
ty, and nt so rforate rates, rr r.uired in lie nu" ' ' j
PX1CX3 9"' S5J. 30 10O. air.?wsros.
Furnac and Evaporators. $50 to f,JW. uriti'
Cirealars anoi Pamphlets fnrnihe4 spr-'10 y
Ail orders addressed to ts nde-iaed will bf f ' "
lj attended to. 1QUIjLJBK01 ur
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