Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, March 28, 1861, Image 4

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LQ0: TO YOURJUTERESTS!
STEAM FERRY BOAT
AT
Brownville, l!iVjnska. . .
AS lrlent an J Stomtchic rre?arat.a I TROS
Vanned of Oxyren and Cibon Vr rvratHiktton la R tro
ren. Sanction! by the highest Medical Authorities,
fcoih hi E amr-e tod toe United Stales, arid prescribed
in tbeir practice.
Tbe experience thousands daily proves that n
rrer(Ma of Iron can be compared witt U. I u puri
ne cf to bluwL deuresalon f vital cue-rcy, pale aiiJ
vtberwU rk-!y complexion inlic-te 1U necessity la
intMt every cown vaMe cat.
lonurioo la a'l maladies in wblcn It ha been tried,
hat prove! ahaoUtely curative in eatb of the folio."
conrpialms, via:-
In Dfbirif j, Xen ons Affections,
Hmaclation, Dyspepsia, Consti
pation, Scrofulus Tuberculosis,
Halt Itlicum, Ullsmenstruatlon,
Yi'hlte, Chlorosis Liver Com
plaints, nbcumathm, Chronic
Headaches, Intermittent TeTers,
Pimples on the Face, &c.
la cane of GENERAL DKBILTTi. whether tberesult
cf acute disease, vr of continued diminution of nervous
nd muscular merry from chronic complaints, one trial
r ihja restorative baa p;oveJ successful to an extent
hirh no ilecrlDtiun nr written attestation would
render credible. Iuvalids ao long bed-ridden a tohave
Lecome lonotien In their own neiiruborhools, nave ud
enly re-ai.peaued In the bony world a If just returned
from prolracteJ travel in a distant land. Stne very
irnal instances of this kind are attested cf female
sufferers, emaciated victims of apparent marasmus,
aanrniceoat emanation, critical change, aud that cons
plication of nenroua and dyspeptic aversion to air and
etercise for which (be phvician hat no name.
Is KK&VOUS AFFltCTIOXS of all kinds, and (or
reasons familiar to medical men, tbe operation of this
preparation of iron must necessarily be aalittary, for
unlike the old oxides, It la vigorously tonic, without
feeing exciting and overheat-In?; and gently, regularly
aperient, even in the most obstinatecasea of contivenes
without ever being a gastric purgative, or Inflicting a
-isagreeaete sensation. "
It la this latter property, among others, makes
It so remarkably effectual end per wanent a remedy for
Filet, upon which It also appear to exert a distinct and
peclnc action, by dispersing tht local tendency which
fjrms tbem.-
Ia DVSFEPSIA, Innumerable aa art Us causes, a single
fcox of these Chalybeate Pill ha often sufficed for the
BMtathabltnalcasea, including the attendant Cottittnetl
In unchecked DiARRUCEA, even when advanced t
PYSKXTART, confirmed, emaciating, and apparently
vnallgnant, the effects have been equally decisive ann
astonishing.
Ia the local paint, loci of flesh and strength, dcbllli
ietiag court), and remittent hectic, whuh generally In
dicate INCmRSl COTTSCXFTIO.V, this remedy ha
allayed the alarm of friend and physician, In several
very gratifying and Interesting instance.
In ftCROrCLOCS TUBERCCLOSIS, thla medicated
Iron has had far m-re than tbe good efTecte of the most
cautiously blaacdpreprationof Iodine, without any
of their well know UaWUUe.
The attention of female cannot be too confidently in
vited to this rrmtii and rutorat ivt, In the cases pecu
liarly effecting tbetn.
In RECCXATISX, both ehrocleandlnaammatory in
the latter, however, more decidedly it ha been invari
bly well reported, both a alleviating pain and reducing
the (welling and stiffness of the joints and muscles.
Ia IXTERMITTEJft FEVERS it must necessarily be
a great remedy and energetic restorative, and It pro
gress in the new settlement of tbe Wet, will probably
be one of high renown and nsef ulnee.
K remedy has ever been discovered In the whole his
tory ol medicine, which exerts uch prompt, happy, and
fully restorative effect Good arpetite complete diges
tion, rapid acquisition of atrengih, with an unusual dis
position for active and cheerfsl exercise.
Pat up In Cat metal boxes containing 60 pills, price 50
cattaperbox; for sale by druggists and dealers. Will
be seat f re to any address on receipt of tbe price. All
letter, orders, etc., should be addressed to
It. II. LOCKE & CO.,
GX. AGKNXS, 20 Cedar H., T.
August S. '60 ly.
TTI ' l iifn f rn
r 1U VVUl is, 1 uxbd,
JOHN' A. KENNICOTT.at the Grove Nursery,
West Jfortbfield. II ,has readj fordeliTery r
Bulbs, eepociaily Tulips, at the low rate of $2,50
per 100. and $20' per thousand for Urge roots.
Strawberries, of all the most approved varieties,
from 2 to 4 dollars thousand for most, a few sorts
lile YTilicn'i Alba,nr Wg-e Evergreens 2 to 40
cents per feot, accordii!w to variety and form re
rareSdeenU. Fruit Trees in good variety. Apple at from 8 to
13 dollar per 100 and the smaller tht cheaper and
better for oi?tant customers.
Small Fruits Currants, Houghton Gooseberry,
Raspberries, Blackberries, Ac, much lower than ever
vfered before. -
Ornamental Treea,Tloea and other Cardy Shrnb
bory.in great variety and abundance ; and 10,000
tmall to large plants of Uprirht Iloneysucklos, Lil-
acijSpireaj, UeuU'.a tcabra, i rim, &o., at irom l to
1 ft per hundred. And the beautiful Viebytra Spec
mbaii and other choice perennials at from 1 50 to 2
per doxen, and eommon tLings til desirable t
about half price.
Catalogues by mail on application ; and every
thing safely packed for distant transportation ; and
m a rale most things sold at about ten per cent, less
In autumn than spring. x-no-i-vi
Tothosein the States contemplating going to
theXerrka and Kf.nsas
GOLD MTINrES,
The usiJcrtigned ie'iretc say, and in so doing will
not practice Ueceptivn;th&t there are advantages
tobe secured in
Crossing the Missouri rirer atBrowrmlle,
and oul5tting at, and starting from tbat point, not
to be found at any otberplace on the Missouri Ri
ver. In the first place,on both sidesof theriver
are large extentsof bottom lands in which grass
uiakesamuchearlierstarl than on the uplands, and
is much more abundant, being inexhaustible the
entire seaeon. Here, then, is a iwirable place to
recruitstock beforestartiog on the Ilains. Stock
can also be purchased htre on very favorable terms
The Krownrille Steam Ferry boat, being the beat
on the Rirer.oSers peculiarinducements for crosa
ingatthispoint. ltislargeand commodious; with
powerful machinery. whit h enables the proprietors
to ferry emigrantTd othersin tbe nwstexpedi
tious manner.
Por CvttHttixxf;
We undertake to say tbat the business men ox
lirownville areas well prepared to serve those wish
ing supplies, with a superior quality and on as fav
orable termsas can be found elsewhere. Everything
desiruble can be purchased in Urownvillefuch as
Provisions, Clothing Mining Imple
ments, &c, &c.
The Route from Brownville to the Mines is uni
versally admitted by these who have traveled itand
others, to be superior in every respect. Brownville
is about midway between St. Jo. and Omaha. As
to distance, an 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 buled for many days.
The foregoing facts are fully and satisfactorily es
tablished by the immense travel of lat year, and
those who adopt it the present season will have no
cans toreeret having done so. Therefore
Cross the Missouri Hirer at and start
from Brownville.
JOHN CODDIXGTOX A CO.,
Proprietors Steam Ferry Boat.
JLX1 J3J9
BRQWNVILLEE 1
; m. Brno wh
Cas JustrecelvesS
THE BEST S-tXCTED
And, perhaps, the
LtRGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever fcrcnG-t bov St. Jcccph,
trhiok he Is opening eat la taa
Splendid New Building.
. Icrncr cf -Mala and First treets,
ZrowxivXXl0s
Fai stock eonaisU ef the (allowing articles, which he
will sell cheap Zor caaa:
Par6 Vhite Lead. Castor Oil,
French Zinck, Cod Lirer Oil,
Cin Zincl. Sweet Oil,
Eecr Lsad; Puttv,
VeciuanRed, Glue.
Raw and b'tursBer; Fig,
Spanish wluticg,
Turpentine,
Challc lanseed Oil,
Cough Candy, Tanner's Oil,
Ccpal Varnish Costile Soap,
Fancy Soap, Toilet Soap,
Toothbrushes, Litherage,
Patent rnedicinos, Let.paper
White Varnirh, Ink,
Hiair brushes,
. Tooth brashes,
Taint brushes
Stationery,
Candies,
Nuts.
Raisins,
Fifly Thousand Copies JHready Sold.
EVERYBODY'S LAWYER,
AKD
corasrxi-oit ixnrsiscss,
BY FRjINK CROSBY.
OF THE PHILADELPHIA BAR.
IT TILL TOTJ How to draw up Partnership Papers
ana gives general iorm iur a.&iw
mentaof all kinds. Bills of Sale, and
Leases and Petitions.
IT TKLL TOU How to draw up Bonds and Mortgages,
and Bilis of Exchange, Receipts and
Releases.
IT TELL TOUTe law for tbe collection of debts with
me iiuie oi udkmimi uu buui
aud kind of property exempt from
execution ia every State.
IT TELL TOU Bow to male an alignment propetiy,
witn iorms iorwuiupuBiiiuu wimww
Itors, and the Insolvent laws of every
State. .
IT TELL TOC The legal relation existing between
liuaraiau ana wra, aier saa
Drentice. Landlord and Tenant.
IT TELL TOU Whatccnsti'.utes Libel and Slander, and
tee law as to marriage uower, me
"Wife's right in prowerty, Divorce and
Alimony.
IT TELL TOUThe Law for Mechanics' Liens in every
State, aud tbe KaturaiHcauon uiw,
ot this country, and how to comply
with the same.
it TELL TOU The Law Concerning Pensions and bow
to obtain one, ana tne pre-emption
Laws to Public Lands.
IT TELL TOU The Law for Patents, with mode of pro
cedure in obtaining one, wna inter
ference, Assignments and Table of
Fees.
IT TELL TOU How to.make yonrwill, a'nd bow to ad
minister on an &state, witn me law
and the requirements thereof in every
State.
IT TELL TCU The meaning of Law terms In general
use, and explains to me Legisla
tive Executive and Judicial Powers of
both the General and State Governments.
IT TELL TOU How to keep out of Law, by showing
how to do your business l egai ly, mu
savining a vast amount of property,
and vexation Utigaiion by its time
ly consultation,
Single copies wili be sent by mail, postage paid to ev
ery Farmer, every Mechanie, every Man of Business,
and everybody in every state, on receipt oi ai,uv or in
aw style of bindins at $1 ,25.
1,000 Dollars a Year.
Can be made hy enterprising men everywhere, in sel
ling the above work, as ocr inducements to all such are
very liberal.
For single copies of the Book, or for terms to agents,
wllh other information, apply to or address,
JOnX E. POOTTEIl, Publisher,
No 617 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
SPANISH MERINO SHEEP. N. &
N Bottuni, Breeders of pure blood Atwood Sheep
of the Hammond stock.
Fnll Shaftebnry.Tt.
Notice.
Thompson Owens is fully authorized to act for me,
and in my name Jtrant-act all business connected with
my land on the Ilalr-Breed Reserve, located between
tbe Xemahas, Including the San Francisco claim, award
ed and confirmed b; the Secretary of the Interior to Wm
E Sloan, and by him sold to me.
New Tork, Nov 1, 1S60 tf BEN. HOLLA D AT.
Nemaha City Herald copy 3 weeks and send till to this
affice.
35
1 50
3 59
5 0ft
15.0
25
15
15
75
Steel Pens,
Gold Pens,
Pencils,
Hair oil,
Aiza. a Sric-ita Ar:crtr;:t cr
TP O I OCC,
t,otn?n.j Ljua's Uuun tviw-e ltu.iu
tea&ine ex tsirrow, bear frreese, a&3 oils, tcutt and
oeecncM of all kinds, and of the taest quality.
:g?asohbiiy.-..
Peotscttp paper, fancy letter paper, gilt edged notes,
t4 earioa, plain, fancy, and emaad, pens pencils
and peo-ho.ders, loll et ail kinds, iUu,. waters
4 seaUng-wa-.
PURE LIQUORS.
CollaM Gia, Irish TThUiy, Bourbon Whlskv, Glnree
Brao-'f .CU Port VTine,Madeira,Wiue, White vim
aad JkaXaga W ine.
tJ"rtrj -;&a's Prescriptions attended to at all Lou?
VoUi tj u4 t.tt. o
CASfl-JNVAiUAbLY .
nccI.ccr!u5T Explained.
Tit Wrt practical ork t pobutheJ. bent for cne
i .'.ikr. aea fur sale l y the nurm with Italiaa Oneeo
1. a bobry bojeea. &.C. C.tvnlirs ith part cu-
lars Ut aU ajtl.Jaii. AdJia
Jf. qcxbt.
5 jvto tilt t.
Batcli Cullioiis Roots
J. U. THORBURN & CO.,
15 Jolm Street, Hew York,
Cave just received in addition to their cenera
large importation the following novelties of the sea
son :a lioutea ouacuuee:
'ew Violetliyacintli.'4Loniqne,,,eac!
Liliam Ufalgen inoonp&rable, - $.
Lahum ThunbergianutB grandisonns
Siebotdii, orange crimson, 2 feet -
Liliam oolehieam, ( Ssoritxianam manadel phi
cam,) rich peiiow and spotted, 4 feet
Liliam panioeam this sew w-riety ka just
been introduced by D. Biebold h de Vriese,
and described as the most magni&cent of the
of the Lily species
Smallor bulbs of the above
Tulipa el asiana, brilliant crimson scarlet
Tulip eornata, a Chinese tulip, carious
Tulipa gesneriana,Tery large, bright crimson
Iris Japonica, new, splendid free bloomer
Irif Kmtferi, splendid notelly from Japan
Uardy ov
Brunsviia Josephina 8 00
Bm c ? vigia mult; flora 5 0
NVe also bejr to recommend the following choice
Collections or BtiUwn? Iippts;
ssortmcnti of
t Fine narked Hyacinths, for pots, glasses'!
eropen border - I
1 Tolyanth us Narcissus V Jl 00
2 Double Tulips I
7 Hixed Crocus J
Zssorivwnt of
& Fine named Hjacintha, for pets, glasses
or open border
6 Fine Double tulips
12 Fine Single tulip
25 Fine mixed Crocus
S Double narcissus ....
S Mixed iris
2 rUTantbasnartisins
Jl ss crt merit oft
12 Doable and single fine named Hyacinths!
nn .n. 1
12 Double tamed tulips
12 Single named tulips
s roiyanthus narcistui
6 Double narcissus
6 liixed iris
2 Crown imperials
2 Bulbocodium Vernum
1 Fancratiam maritiaitaa
Jlssorlmenis of
ICO Varietiee double and single line named
IT t Mints J15 0
100 Double and siugle fine named Hyacinths-,
in 50 sorts -1150
100 Double : nd single fae named Hyacinths,
in 25 sorts 12 00
12 Our very bet named nyacin-Jis, for poU
or open ground 5 00
12 Extra toe earned Hyacinths, for pots- or
open ground SCO-
12 l ir4 rate named Hyacinths, for glasses or
enrth 2 00
12" liixed double cr eiagl II jacinths, for
open- ground- - 1C0
50 jirietie5 fine named early tulips, for pots
or epen g und 4 00
50 Varieties e naxed late tulips, feroren
r round .. ................ .. S CO
50 Varieties Snc named double tulips for poU
orcpen grwuud 5 Oo
J. M, TIIORIJURX CO.,
$2 00
a a
$5 00
Full
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MAIN STREET, BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Takes pleasure la announcing that he has now on hand, a large and select stock of every art cle in Lis line,
COOS. tctra CTTln
Of all the Improved pat ters ; Tii : Plymouth Bock, Charter Oak, Valley Forge, Elevated Oven, .c.
Si
Box and Parlor Stove of an endless variety, some of which are eDtirery-new designs, vis : X combined
Cook and Parlor stoves, something very nice indeed for small families
I---L0oellaj3 eous.
HEAVY SHEET IRON FOR SUGAR BOILERS
And Large Cast Iron Kettles from 8 to 22 gallons.
Coal and Lard Oil Lamps; Brasa Copper, and sheet Iron Ware; Lanterns, Shovels, fce
JAPANNED WARE,
1 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 tbe country
I am prepared to put up KuMcring and spouting and all other work of my line at tbe shortest notice, and in a
workmanlike manner, which I warrant io give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not tobe nndorsold in the upper country J. C. DEUSEE.
. Brownville, August, 30 1860.
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CHOICE IBOTT1LED ILIdiUOESS.
Catawba Wine,
Champaigae Wice,
Claret Wine,
Old Rye,
Old Bourbon,
Irish Whiskey,
Porter,
Gin Cock Tail,
Saddle Ba Whisky,
Blue Lick,
Bbfces Bitters,
Pale Brandy,
Curraco, &c,
Uf UT-a BV- i il fe--mrt Sr-. W SW-a (SB ts is
TT3 s5?
Disbesr
Plates,
Cups c& saucers.
owls,
Is ASS
W ARE
Bar Tumblers,
Decanters,
Gcblets,
Wine Glasses,
Fruit Dishes,
Pitchers &.c,
... ii h" ul' 'iJ x&J l)t
BOOTS JHT23-
3
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J E WELB Y.
Ear Rinc3,
Shirt Biittons,
Finger Rings
Bracelets,
Breast Pinsr
Sur., fiic.
Come and see and Secure Bargains.
THE JSEILIL.
OKEGON ITOKSBIiy. !
E. n BIRCHES & CO.,
PROPRIETORS.;
Oregon, Holt Co., Ho.
Tha nniiersiznedhave lon sinet been convinced
of the want of a nt class Nursery in the West,
where '
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS,
Can be adapted to onr climate and soil. In view of
thsa fts. we have established one at this place,
and have now in successful cnltivaton. which we of
fer for sale at .
Wholesale or Retail,
The eoming season, large and well .selected i:oce
suited to this climate, of
Apples.standard and dwarf;
Fears,standJtrd and dwarf;
Cherries, standard and dwarf:
Peaches,
Hums,
- Apricots,
Nectarines,
Quince,
Grapes,
Currents,
Gooseberries,
Raspberries
Strawberries aadBlackberrics,
Everereens, Ornamental Trees, and Shrubs,
Greenhouse and Beijing Plants, Roses, Dahlias,
&c, ic, Ac.
To which we would bez leave to call the attention
of the people of Western Missouri, Nebraska, Kan
sas and Iowa.
f5TOar terms willbeaslow as any reliable east
ern Nursery.
By purchhsms 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 bo made. No charge will be niade for the deli
very cf packages on board stcaniboa s.
AUcommumcationsadlressed to the undersigned
ill receive prompf attention .
E. II. BURCBES A CO.
GreatBargains!
LUMBER! LUMBElt ! !
Cheaper than Ever for Cash or
on Time.
LEWIS LAWRENCE,
Well known in this region as a successful and ac
commodating lumber dealer, has again 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
Brownville Landing,
Or at any point on the river as may be agreed upon
Tliol l?ricos
Are as follows . AttheMiil. for cash, from
30 cents per 100 feet to SI per lOOfeet.
On time, say three, six, nine, ox twelve months,
- . from
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 bo delivered at any point on the
Missonri Riverwithin 50 miles down stream, at 25
cents per 100 feet in addition to the above prices
when sufficient amounts are taken toj as tify the con
struction of a raft.
To those wishing lumber, particular attention is
called to these propositions, which cannot fail to
command consideration.
Come with, crsondyour orders, and they shall be
filled without de'ay.
100,000 feet of Lumber on band,
And more making every day.
L. LAWRENCE.
March 1st, ISoO. 6m..
What Everybody Wants.
THE FAMILY DOCTOR
CONTAINING
Simple Remedies. Easily Obtaiii
lor the Cure or Disease in
alt forms
BT
PROF. HENRY S. TAYLOR, M. D.
IT TELLS XOrj How to attend upon tbesick, and h- to
cnok for them; how to prepare drinks
Poultices &.C., and also bow to guard
asainst the infection from contagious
Diseases.
IT TELLS TOTj Ol the various diseases of Children, and
gives the best and simplest mode of
treatment during ttpidinpr, convul
sions, Vaccination, Whooping-cough,
Measles, 4lc.
IT TELLS TOT Tbe symptoms of Croup, Cholera Infan
tum, t1xlic, Diarrhea, Wor7s seal led
Head, Ringworm, Chicken-pox, &c,
and gives you the best remedies lor
their cure.
IT TELLL AOU The symptc ms of Fever and Ane, and
Bilious. Yellow, Trtus, Scarlet and
other Fevers, ahdsivc you the Lest
simplest reumiies for their oure.
IT TELLS TOTJ The symptoms of Influenza. C.jns-unip-tton
Dyspepsia, Asthma, Dropscy, the
Gout, Bheuuiatipiu, Lumbago, Kry
sipela. &.c and gives yuu the Lest
RcmcJie for th-Iir cure.
IT T2LLS TOU The spmptms or Cholera ilorhus, Mi.
liRa-itt cholera, Sina!l-P. x Denterv
trjnip, Iieuses cf the IiU'Mer, and
of the kidneyaai.d Livsr, atd thshest
remedies for their cure.
ITTIX3 XOU Tbe tymptoms of the Mnmps. Neural-
Kia, AptypiCAy, Paralysis, the various
Diseases of the throat, teeth, ear and
eye, and the best recidics for their
care.
IT T1XLS YOU The symptoms of Epilepsy Janndire the
1'iies Jinpture Diseases of the Heart,
Hemorrhage, Venereal Diseases and
Hydrophobia, and Rives the best rein
eales for their cure.
IT TELLS TOU The best and simplest treatment fo
wounds, broken bones and dislocations
sprains lockjaw. Fever Sores, White
aweiitng, Licers, Whitlows, Boils,
Scurvy, burns, and Scrofula.
IT TELLS TOU Of the various Diseases peculiar to the
(cuineixi, ana gives 1 ne oest andsim
plent remedies for their cure, together
ith many valuable hint for the pres
ervation of health.
The work is written in plain language, free from med
ical terms, so as to be easily understood, while its sim
ple receipe may soon save you many time- tte cost of
the book. It is printed in a clear and open type v Is il
lustrated with appropriate engravings, and will be for
warded to your address, neatly beund and postage paid,
on tte receipt of $1,00.
81,000 A YEAR
Can be made by enterprising men everywhere, in sel
ling the above work, as our Inducements to all sac a are
very liberal.
For single copies of the Book, or for terms to azsnts
witb other information, apply to or address
JOHN B. POTTER, Publisher,
Ko S17 Sanson! Street Philadelphia, Pa.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Kotioe is hereby given tbat the merchantile business
heretofore carried on by the undersigned, under the firm
name of Seisel and Greenbaum was this day mutually
dissolved, rmvid 3eii u authorized to settle up tbe
business of the concern.
All persons knowing themselves indebted either br
note or account are hereby notified tbat unies tbey
comeforwardimuiediatcly and pay op, the notes and ac
counts will be placed in the hands of an officer for col
lection. DAVID SEIGEL,
Sept 20, 1860 tf IIENKT GKKKNB.VCif.
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Seal ail letters securely, and nrect dIin!T. to
1X)VS a. STEPHENS,
ruirmir ron raopxiEToas.
ll4aia3 Su-eet. New Tork.
r J; '
J J 'a J J J '- -J -
JOHN a. voim,
Has Removed
Froia his Old Stand on the Levee to
WHITNEY'S IT2-Y7 ELOCH,
MAIN STREET,
BROWXVILE iV. T.
Where he has opened up a
STOCK.
Couoistlzic of
STAPLE ASH FA1VCY
DRY GOODS,
ALSO
A Large Stock of Choice Family
STOOCiTiCSa
CONSISTING OF
Flour,
' Ham,
Bacon
Sugar,
Llolasscs
CoSee,
Tea,
Salt,
Cheese,
Candles,
And a fine assortment of
LIGHT GROCERIES
Such aa
Spice,
Peppers,
Soda,
Salaratns,
Ginger,
Allspice,
etc., etc.
ALSO,
A voell selected Slock cf
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
'QUEEXSWARE,
Saddlery,
Boots and Shoes.
..ZZcZlz'z Llfa p;
PIKEXIX lilTTEP
Thee mfi.c'.se have now w.. v, . "1
a pcri4 of thirty jear, ar.J datiij ,L, UrMe,
ciaintaiued a biiib character la iu , , ,:irs
Globe.f.-r their cstraot.Ii-ijry tr-4 '
restwrinz perfc t health io Ler-onsnu f-. ".-.
ITjS kr.owleJ?e of the trade and wants of the people
of Boowir. il!e ai d vkinity enable him o muke jndi i-r-ns
purchases txpre.--If for thU nui-ket. lie n.'k ari
ex.uii'iati :u of li;M.k. fccinip i.-u.-C'l he will be
able to s.ui;fy in qaUty, bty ie and piiccs
IIT'TISIT TI If
ITOH
,t,
3w
WHITNEY'S BLOCK
7T
1
7
V MU
fyovoaxh dssociation
XjQX33XX-2:..
A Benevolent Int itution tttablithed bv special En
dotcment.for the Relief of the Sick and Dittrtited,
ajfticteti with I trulent and Epidemic Diteaset. and
etpecial'.j for the Cure of L.teatet of tht Sexual
Organ.
LliJlJICAI, ADVICE Kiven gratis, by the Acting
Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with a iescnpsi
if their c.nditiii. (p?. occupation, hjbitsuf life, fvc.)
and iacasr of ex:ren.e pjverty, ileilicicei f urt.'hh?-!
tree of charge.
Valuable Kc,xrt3 on Srermatorrhce.t, and te c!;s
eases uf the Sexual Orz ins, and on theXKW I'.EMK-
1IS eaipUj) e-1 in the Dipenary, seat to the aSIicieil
in sealed letter envelopes, free uf charge. Two or three
Staniijs fur p-ta;e wi'l be ao.'opf.-inle
AMres; l),1.J. JK1LUN IIc)Ul HTO.V. ActitiT Sur
geon, Howard ASv-eiti. ri. j,,,. -z, ft.imb Ninth sireet.
PUlladeliUij, Pa. By t-Mer of t!:C lurec r.
Y.Lll.K D. UilAUTVi'ELL, Pres.
Geo. Fairchilp, Sec'y.
OctoLer 13, ttxM. nl5-yly
The Nebraska Farmer.
16 PAGES QUAHTO JIONTIILY.
S L'lJS t'RIEE rOR IT.
15 the only Journal devoted exclusively
to tne Agricultural and Educational inte
rests of Oebraska, Kansas, Northern
Missouri and Southern Iowa.
Txy t.--tcl it.
Four Copies, 3 months for SI
Twenty Copies, 1 year $15
One Copy, 1 year $1
Adiress,
FURNAS A I.YANNA.
Brownviile, Xtbritlt.
EMPIRE HD? MB
TO FARMERS
Of Xebraska and X. W. JHs30uri:
AOAIIi Iwonldcall the attention of the farmer
of Xebracka and lliHuri. to th. ttct that I hare on
hand and am constantly man-ifaclnrlna. at my Plow
Factory, in Ore;, n, wagons, and every pattern of
plow, to w t :
PKAIUIC PlaOlVS.
One and Tito Horse I'loivs,
Shovel Flotrs,
Hoes ,IiaiTTTS,0
Corn I'lanJcrs,
And Harrow TccII.
Together with ererythio: in this hte ued by a rriitr
I take the rep,ns:biiity of sayini tht n.y tw, hre
plows will d- better wurS, ia stubble or any tmi Qt
rough grocn-i. tfcia any I manufactured or sold in this
opoer coootry. A!y twt-hore a&d prairie piowswilj t
sold, for cai on terras, such as w.il place item iu the
reach of every farmer.
My Flow can te obtained from my a;ent at Iuw
Point, K. T., B.-cwnrilie, Nodaway cuaiy. V,ritta
Ensh Bottom, n jit county, Brownville. X.T., ai,d For
est City. MAETIX HOFFHA.
X. B. All kinds of repairing done with neatness and
dispatch, oo literal terms.
Oregon, Ho., Iay,lSSO.
Theodore Hill, Agent
At Brow nriile, X. T., keens on hand a general asort
nient of Ualfinau's Flow.
Brownnlle. Jiay, 1S60. jT
Notice.
Whereas one Thomas VTi::iams has durin m s.-r. !
iriniituDiicMii as my stent and tltarorr
and haTing illegally obtained weiion ef rertaiatu. k
of accounts, and pjpers. and other propertj be lor fin t
me, sm rraujcjeniiy cvOTertei tteta U has own use, ty
said representatives.
All persons are herety n-tifled that said tnuiaras
is not and never was my aoihoriied aje-st. and tat b
act cf Lis as such will be acknowledged me.
S- WTATT.
iliddleport, X.T., Xor. 13, K30.
,U ' '
It every kiad vf iliteaie UtUi. ."'T'I"",
- 1 Li I, Ii " 1 W
liable. "'".:.'.
Tbe fwllonrinj are some or the eUtr-,sr
human disftses Irt whlhthe 1 ' '
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDlCTv.
Are well known to b; In.'altlMe.
D'jipepr'A. by tborouih-y cieaasiuj tk a
ond stomaebK, and, creating a $ w t pu. krn
lustead cf the stale acri ! kli;l , Flalulney ? ''
peeite, ITear.bnrn, IIe'!rhe. Re-t!f.r..,, r?..
Anxiety, Lani-or. and Melancholy, whirl, ',.t'y'
eral symptoms of Dyspepsia, win viaut, A
conseonence cf its cure. MUn(
Casliv by cleansing the wo!e lenrk nt
testines with a solvent process, and w,;toat ,
nil Tiolent purgs leave the bowel eot'iTt T
dav. ',
P evert, sf all tnd, hy restorla? tbe kiwyj ta
lar circulation, throuih the proee.s rr prt, ."",v
such cases, and tbe thoruuih sotut.ua of all h,?'1?
obtructiou ia o:her. '
The Life Mclii-ineshave teen known to j
ft'sfl perntaoently In ;hree week and Cev i!5
that time by rem..vicg l.sl infainmjtion rri
cle and liamenis fn m the Joints 's
Droptiet if all kind, by !rein and st-.- v
tht ki lueys and Mazier ; they operi'e rnot
ly on these Important organs, and henre b?e
found a rprt iin reme ly for the wcT-t ca-eflf e. "
Also H'or, hy ti i s 1 .xl si i n ct from tie tam,ri, '
boweis tho sliajy matter to which the.e crea ? "
bere. "-an
Scurvy. L'Icert and Inveterate See, by t,(..
parity which thpfce Life 12enbines gwe to tie hi Z
and all the hi.nors.
Scoibutic KrupticRsand bad c rr j lexi.T hr.n.
. .. - - - ..in. i T ' I L. -
. w. .. . . t . . - - a v . , "
plaiuta. aMui .clouiy, LdotLer diiijgrff it,;,.
lns.
Tbe ceof these pill for every Ph. rt time ,",.
an cu'iirecure or Salt Rheum i,d a -ts k ne f,r
trcs.: ia ite c;ea-iie f tte fSm. Com nunc, -
Influenza will always be cured tyoue dose, or cj ,m
PILES Tlie ori?in?l proprietor of tiee mcj.-.
was cured of pile or thiriy-r.ve years sU'r.il.pj'l.j"
uei f ;hO l.ifi JIc-oic: nC4 al-.ne. '
Fever end Ague K..r thi m crse f tb
Country, these ilei -n-.e will he f.rd a ii'.,
nr.l certain temetly. Otter fcciicines teste
subject to a return of ihe disc!- a cur. by ihx
cin s i pernunertt-T il eii te ssUfCcd'si.'d b,.T
Eilions Fevers and Liver C riplain!, 4;T.e-i. v
bility. los of avpe'itt, ard risese it Fr?u.
Medicine have been oned with te nn-t Umfr.,.
suits in Cases of tfciCcscr'i' t: Iil:;Evi!
ula in its worst form. y:ei!s Io tte n.i'd. tit p.i,
fnlactiinof tie?e remai kabte ilrCicirtes. Nubtj,
5ervons Jebility. Servou, Cou.pl atntsof all kir,d3 f
pitation of the heart, Painter's Colic, arc 'ftK.:-.
ed.
Mercurial Diteatet Persons whofe e-nntir-v,
have become impaired by the Ujodicions us Hj-r-.
will nd t'oese Medicines a perfect rare, as ttfyt,
fail to eradicate from the system, all the e?teu y v.
I Mercury, infinitely sooner than tht aiosf imwerfi; jra.
arstionsof Sarsaparilla. W. B HOTT.it.
J33, BroaJway, Xew !,-
July S, I860, ly
Eirst Annual Fair
St. Louis, Sept. 2ll, 150.
First Premium Ati arded to
GROVER&BAKEKs
TAIILY SC1V1.U- JIAtlllAE.
IVo. 2S, SeTin Maininc?. In this article
was much interest felt by many I.eiJe th
tor?. Tbe Committee were vts'A stI-fc-, ani w.h
over threo hours csuiulcib the UK-rit of the ?.
ral ia:ichine4. Ten were fctcrc.1 !' r t!:u .
The C ratui;tt e, !ficr LArinj fai:!janJ csrvfulii i
ami uc J illf coi.siiltcd t"-:.h"-r .tfi twwLli.ii -1,,..
first, atnl it lay between Whtclcr i vVilns
Urover l ll;iker. The iiiltt;e tU'.-u iwurl !.
Xo. (irovtr . llaker. first remiuui, l -t -i
and .
No. b Wheeler 4 Wi'jr.n, s?cr-E-l r.romiun , . :
silver nod i!.
coM.MiTTtr :
J. riaflncr, Esf. G. V. .!,xjr.,!,r,
J. H. Blood, Esq. Samuel lltk, Z
I'ersonsi.f h'h rosition, ai l et.i,;n o;'j y') -,
fietl toju-Je. Tbe agnbitnt'Usiy ttturcUd n.
First Premium to Grovcr CcLcln
A3 T!1K
BEST i AM LI siEWIXi JJ L'HISL
XaonviME. Sept. I5-h. KQ.
At the Tenneee Srato Fair Ihi Jy tho L j' -t
premium was awarded to (be Gmror A I'-kjr
log Machine 3 the be-t for all c !.- i f famiir .
Also was j premium awn ruled' U theGrotera
in the donMe-lf p titcb, as bein ujrior ii its
tbuftle or Kiek stitib lur the Sitne ur',ie. Tbff
premium were awardedover t e Vf beekr Uit
I. M. Siuger, and Howe micbia j, in cuipvfuiuo.
Sale Rooms, 124 North Fourth Street,
ST. LOUIS, MU.
Fnll .
50,000 MAIS lVUOIa V AATLD.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
IT
Lnpr(jren.lL
ure to n-.tT.J
Two Fxten.sive Wrolen. Factr rfes
J U C C E S 5 F L L 0 ' ; I .A J i N .
ONE N E V A N D Fl TT LTD
With all the LaUst'Tini
We are rretar-d to rnui'iir
have for su'.e tLe foi!ow:n (jnoit:
Satinets. Heavy and-Li?bt,
JEM'S T WEEDS, fZJX.VEL:
viir;E, coi.o::ELf,sTi::i,;:i a.vd i la:5
Xj I x a o y sa. .
Mixed, 1 1-2 Yards vih. '.
FULLED CLOTH,
Blackets cf ali K?ndi and .U Qualities,
YARNS OF ALL SIZES AND COLONS,
Warranted all Good of the- best materaf.
t57"We will eschanje the abore Coeds l.rVJ
or cash.
Fanuj Djin? to Order.
Ve will pr cash for any amount of TTjol,-
Market Prices.
Flour constantly oa hand forsaJe. Tb test pri
paid for wheat.
it. ULEL s SOX. . DUELL
August, 21, IS!9.
Fulled
and
To Tersons oat or Eaplojmcr.t.
AGENTS TVAMED to ell the ES.IE SS JTIXtf
JlACniXE. We will s.ceaCorumUyioa. or v:r, at
Ui'tu $23 to $ per mon:h. aJ ef ck pjui. Tti ts
a new 31 acMne. u.a j . aip.e ia 1: c
slBU CMIS Hill!
EVAPORATORS
I ITAVIl iuade arraDiemeiit with rii,CGLi
8&OTUI1X4. 2MTi;: Oh... .....i...,.v;.n.!'
ia ihm L u.icl 6trae. easj;l exc! usive.T 10 Its
fact a re cf Swrftio ?-j;ar ill::'. Evaporator. -:'
which I can fart ish the farmer, 13 t&i. r?. u wiia '"-
muth cee:e.l article. TLe I.rt!iSsrar jf i : i jlJ-'"
paratn were aar?!M ite First i'Ttwixm at ill'
M3teuir; aud tbe hmfce- t-1.01 i.tje t'uiteUh"0
Acn -uitural H-ie'y, a .titf r m!jl. 1 in c e.r
rirrr.rrsot Xeorisia. Sin-aj i:.;m ."-tr; 2"
S"itfccrn Iiwacaa Cad no otter te s;t tien t''-'
either m pricerr o:herw;e.
Capacity ard Price cf L-llr.
Tcrte Ircn Kellers in SircrIrrnFr'-
o 0 One Ilore TertScal Mill f'essesX c :3
to 30 talicns of juice per tisr ; price
io 1 Out horse Tartiva! prete- Xrc Zi tj '5 '
falkrs ef jcce per hcu-; jii.e f,
Sm as Sj 1 ; eitra heavy.
ioi To hr Tertic.: pree tr. Tn 90
ralk-tsof jcic per tesr; i.f Lt d-.'t
io S T": Vre Vertical i lai.t tt:ll' :'-
efr jia 55u5o i:;6n,;ice p-er ti er, tf"1
dra.i
do 4 Twu h r4 Teri.a! .'irslr cearr!'"re-
es .f ro n 50 to TI aUw&s t ;nice per bier ;
heavy drart
do S Fatir terse Terti?V in;e tt srf
OtT f:ia 100:o liSialii-n fr tunr
da 8 To bor HiTimiiU h earei loi'S-
bieto attacatvTbrohirc Mct.!B oroibr
pt'wer, prestes f r j 45 t C3 -iluD of
jsire ter hnr
tf T Twa re ncrt?.-'. wis rtl-al Bif
to at ; ly lever t. worte-l I? twre same a
to I
Fonr ftor H. (sci rearft!)'nit
a: lc ta :r:i; tatlr,.!rki bine or otter
P"ww. pre T t V ri ns rf h'"-Br
tf Sii trte R.M-.srv' ' a teareil) calrt
lt.t r.r i'm r,d r:rrr. reiv f0'
tae Ve ,t. sij ;:.h mvitv uw.rSvJacroP
r. it. ri :it..4S,
io
Bculas' Improved
rnnjiiii si g hi .mills..
VjskinZVTx Wcrls. Z-.-i '.-rf'.'.v. C-
5..itr.(4ii X'.-.a. e..er Tf ;t . -l rf.TU'-t !:
wiii e at ;e ta p; p'v ;b it v,i,t li-f
we are rji-,.'k:3-! ; IN -r -jv' rr or-
cctioa tiat a 1 "a:cr. ari at l.;tct 5 rar
Erownville, Auist, 30, 1SC0.
PEACH FITS. Bushels for se
at one dollar and fifty eenU per bn.-hel, by
fall GLO. C02IBS, 115 La.e it., Chi?e j-.
chiid cf li j"cac leira towpa:e : If fcair ? b ur- ! rrr7--'M
iLutructiua. . Il i cuai to a- y Taj- !y Siz ifai-hi. : 'T- 1 ' t'1
la ue. sad tbe pr.ee n let S.ta . yr.
Fer-iu wiai.i Atzc? v. i: a l-t5
J .V. EOTLAX.
Cexetiiy Trie Scwirj i.'i;Z;r Csraay.
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vij: nvr
Iwri-i if.y ir: . t r' te-! 5
a-.
ra:-:s i?j :-
Fjrjifrs ir.J EuKt, or .)
C.rc-la-1 arj ;!.: I.:
F:"
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t a fr-v
All A7Jcr.2-.-;;iJ; !i r:isr rrr J '
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