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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1861)
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rK and lWiitf Material cf ail
c, Kew Tk. and Brown's I rot
v.J.cre Bi-lMioe, SIol. ac
OrV,T'"u' j,,,,;,;,,,, pbiUdelftna.
flUlitiWt, I BlliOC'I'lll
farinrr and jJJrcrti
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Sutt-s ana un-i-a cw.npcr
iiroaow aV, new york.
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T",'rf Arnts la Ft. Louia. Mecr,
.Ai''r n, .jnmrt. General A1vert..inK,
J,,,,l',1,r..tnHii'i"nA-,," S Olive f t. Louia,
-, 4f4 4sr,lt, in ibt car. "1 they are
,, . llABt.KT,E'j. U ocrrefiilar au
,aH Atr,il r" ll Adtr.rtisrrt.ni Tor-
rr lit wii! sli'.rtly the Eaotern cities fr the
-trr r'cr""f advertinnj f.atr'.iifie. lie U
fu'if u'.li .r;tH tocitrk'J 1 ue our name in tutl-
Tie Advertiser" Office Las provided
i'.itlf with Ia? cu'la and a5s0l0e for
j-riftrinz variom lnds of National Em el
c;,r,ar!j is now prepared to fill orders
wWfale er retail. Apply" at the'" Ad
verser" office, or Ton Office.
Fourth or July In Xcmaha Connly.
At a hre meeting; cf tLe citizens cf
Brownville and vicinity, held in the Post
Office in this place, oa Wednesday, June
CG:h, for rLe purpose of making arrang
rrnts to commemorate the coming; 4th of
July, Dr. Holladay was called to the
Chair ar.d D. 13. Thompson was chosen
:Oa motion, it was
Raolrr J, That we extend an invitation
to the citizens of Nemaha county, and to
the citizens of Atchison county, Mo., to
ioin with us- in a PiC-Nic celebration of
the lih. That all le requested to brinjk---such
rroviiiuris, cooked, as they can well lUdnhS w
,.f I 1 e . I ! a I,a nn iKn ttonmnr
rpare, ana tuns unite, in an oiu-iasmoneu
Th following; Committee was then ap
pointed to urje their neighbors to meet
with u?, and set? that order and decorum
le preserved on the occasion. The com
mittee arc earnestly requested to meet
aLd male mch additional arrangements
ts may Le thought necessary.
W. W. Denman, Upper Island.
Dr. Perry, M. Majors, Peru.
J. W. Hall, Ilouey Creek.
:. P.. Kec.!, K. (J. Goode, Hack Creek.
'Win. Phillips, Henry Ucane.
Jf?-' Culo, Jas. Coleman, Sen.. Lon-
.W v P. :-'. J.'.-i T. Si
Hoaaie-. . J. V.". (,.:e:.;an, J
I'rjurn Me. . -
S. V. Kennedy, W. S. Hughes.
" CJms. IVirchers, Rev. Mr. Hickman,
"G'-o. Shroaf. '
i). C. banders, A. G. Melvin, Nemaha
" Dr. I'. M. M'Comas, Capt. Henderson.
'Mr. Paulin, Wxn. L. Thurman, Aspin
wall. . ,
V! S. Dryden, p. Tlasters.
Comnnttee onMut-ic, Speaker, Ground,
Jt. W. Furnas, David Seigel and Jno.
-"... A. S. HOLLADAY, Ch'm.
Pr,5. II. Thompson, Sec.
L'. B. Infantry nr. a P.Llc Tarllw
Cc:i:Ic!C- To J. IX Lippi.tcctt i
Co., Philadelphia, we are indebted for a
copy cf U. S. Tactics for the intrcctb:3,
exercise and x:.z::r.cr of the United
States Infantry; includirg' Infantry cf
the Line, Light Infantry end Riflemen.
Prepared under the direction of the Wr
Department, and authorized and adopted
ly Secretary Cameron, May lit,
This valuable Look contains the school cf
thetoidier; the school cf the company;
initruction for tkirmi-hers ; .the generil
calls; the calls for tkirrnuhes ; and the
tchool cf the Datlalion; including a Dic
tionary of Military terms. To which is
added a chapter cn street firing, and an
Appendix containing the Articles of War.
One volume complete, illustrated with
numerous engravings. Price,
LargC GOOSCL'CrrlCS Mayor Eat
To.n left with U3 some very fine specimens
cf Gooseberries, last week. Thirteen of
them weighed 4 1-4 ounces. As Mr.
Bratton knows no name for thorn, and
they are entirely different from anything
we have before seen, we will take the
liberty of naming them JWlra&a JIan.
moth. If anybody can beat them in size
or quality "let them speak, or forever af
ter hold their peace."
C. lit Alls. "Ha! what is this I see
before me? Do me eyes deceive me?'
R-e-c-k-o-n not! That color! Those
flavor! Them taste! No! no! ! not de
ceived! Gin cock-tail of Charlie Avis'
compounding, and no mistake ! Charley
Avis of the steamer ,4Oinaha" will ac
cept our numerous" thanks, together
with those of friends who assisted in de
stroying that " assortment" of Gin-Cocktail,
he was so mindful as to leave us on
the last trip up. Our "phunny phellow"
pronounces Charley a rara Avis.
Holl on tilvcr moon."
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. t . -aiA T l .
boy on the steamer Omaha" for files of
St. Louis and St. Joseph papers in ad
ance of the mail; together with a gener
ous supply of late Pictorials' Charlie is
an accommodating little Gent, and always
has a supply of late papers for the Up
per Country. Have you dimes ready
when the Omaha comes and Charliewill
serve you to satisfaction.
Owing to the resignation of 1st Lieut.,
P. M. Maiitin of the Drownville Home
Guards, and the promotion cf the Second
Lieut., W. H. Hoovra, the Second Lieu
tenancy became vacant. At a rrguhr
meeting of the company , J.o. L. Carso.t,
Y.r ns 1-ctfi t. i'M '-t.u cy.
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Xcmatia' T&Ucjr Caralry Com-
Tiny. -The Farmers of the Nernana
Valley in this county have organized
themselves into a Cavalry Company known
above namtnl. The following are the
Jso. S. Mikxzck, Captain.
Gto. Crow, 1st Lieut.
J. SrAun.tr, 2d. do
W. G." Swa!, 3rd. do
L. G. Hall, 1st Sergeant.
YV. A. STtvtssox, 2d do
1 ' 'YVii. WmuLE, Grd do
T. J. McTCALrr, 1st Corporal.
J. Richardson, 2d do
' J. Zarinc, 3rd do
Capt. Minnirk It determined his com-raL-y
vhall be thoroughly drilled and pre
pared for any emergency.
Weed cut your company captain. See
ih&t none but loyal and devoted Union
ttea are in your ranks. . Before deliver-t-a
arms have each member of your com
ra"J' take the regular army oath.
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See the advertisement of Locis
Wtaldtner, House and Sign Painter.
Mr. W. has executed so much good work
in this vicinity that he needs no words of
commendation from us.
Brown & Strickler have a most ex
cellent article of well cured "family la
con" on hand. "We Fpeak knowingly .
wcv'e tried it. Call and get a ham.
shoulder or side or all.
XCW SherllT. J- B. Wells having
resi-nei the office cf SLeriiTof Nemaha
.County, W. S. Horn. Eq., by virtue of
t!sx(Tice a Coroner, becomes the Sheriff
for the remainder of the term. Mr.
Horn is well known as one of our oldest
:id best citizens, and will make a most
xcjtlltnt officer. He enters immediately
lpon the duties of his cfiice.
Sheriff Horn has appointed our worthy
townsman J. W. Coleman, Deputy Sheriff
'L. C has had several years experience
sheriff of this county.
Green Peas. Lons Waldter, one
of the most industrious and successful
Gardners in this region, left in our sanc
tum the other day a basket full of fine
marrowfat Peas, and a huge Lunch of
young Onions, for which the especial
thanks of all concerned in devouring the
aforesaid vegetables are hereby tender
ed. Suffer such things to come unto us
the oftener the Letter for upon them do
we delight to feed.
More Town Improvements. Tmo
Hill finding his old Ware-house on the
levee entirely too small for the Lusiness
now being done at this point, is erecting
a new large, substantial and commodious
Luilding 20 by 120, on the river Letween
Main and Atlantic streets. This house
when completed will Le the Lest in the
Upper country. It is to Le a heavy frame,
and un a strong stone foundation. This
is hut in keeping with Hill's go-a-head-a-tiveness.
Lttiier Hoaplt is making a very
handsome addition to his luilding corner
of Main and Second streets.
Hon. Richard Brown is also making
a two story addition to his residence, on
Main street between Third and Fourth.
Mr. Frei. Lizehti has erected a rew
wagon-makers shop, on Third street near
Gibson's Blacksmith 'shop.
ZocaTC Drill. Zouave and Zouave
'1 is now all .the go ; and yet Lut few
erstand ihem. Kino Si Baird, C07
Sa'wra street, Philadelphia, have publish
Hihe Zouave Drill Bock, illustrated with
L-ty 'engravings, showing the various
r-:tior.3 in the Bayonet exercise, and
feish Drill as used by Eiit worth's
'-avc-s; to which is ad Jed a biography
r-J portrait cf Cel. Ellsworth. One vol.
2 n,o. price 2a cents. Copies sent Ly
Coders Lady's Booli tor $100.
To meet the times, the siity-third vol.
of Godey will be sent to subscribers for
One Dollar. This volume comprises the
six Lest numhers of the year, and will
contain seven steel engravings, six cf the
large double extensionfashion-plates, and
all the winter cloak patterns.
323 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
The Union folks cf Atchison county
Mo. are going to have an eld fashioned
fourth of July picnic celebration in the
beautiful grovs near th Kishinabottona
On FarlOHgU. Lieut. Erncta, and
sevtral privates cf company C, Nebraska
Regiment, are in our city cn furlouga.
They are in good Condition and report the
Loys all well.
Authorized JIIHtary Books.
PaMiobeJ ly order of tLe V. S. War Department
Instructions tn Field Artillery.
Trcptretl by a board of Artillery Officers.
vol. 8ro. ,$2.60.
Baltimore, Ha January 15, 1959.
Col. S. Cooper, Adjt. Gen. U. S. A.
Sir: Tbe Licbt Artillery Board aMmbIed by cpecU!
OrCom No. 134, of 1856, and Special Orders No. 116, of
of 1S53, bat (be bonor to submit a revised system of
I. Ifbt Artillery Tactics and Regulation recommended
for thai arm.
WM. H. FREXCII, Bt. Major,
Captain First Artillery.
WILLIAM F. BABItr,
Captain Second ArUllery.
HEXBT J. HUNT, Bt, Major,
Captain Second ArUllery.
Rifle and Light Infantry Tactics, for the exercise and
manrevre of troops wben acting as Light Infantry or
Riflemen. Prepared under the direction of the War
Iepartmenj. By Brevet Lieutenant Col. W. J. HAR
DEE. U. S. A. Vol. 7 Schools of the soldiers and
Compony . Instruction "for Skirmisher. Vol II.
School of the BataWion.
Two vo's. complete: $1 60.
"An 4cf to titallith an uniform mode of Dicipline
and 7J Uxereittt for the' Militia of the Unit
"Sectioh 1. That the system of discipline and field
exercise wbirb is and shall be observed by the regular
Array of the United States, in tbo different corps of in
fantry, artillery, and riflemen, t-hall also be observed
by the militia. In the exercises and discipline of said
corps, respectively, throughout the United States."
Approves!, Washington May 12, 1S20.
Published by order of the War Department. First prt
-School of trooper; of the Pin toon and of the Squad
ron Mounted. Third part Efolurions of a regiment.
Three vols. ISnio. $3.93.
Wah Department, Washington
February 10, 48-11.
The system of Carclry Tuctics adapted to the the or
ganization of Draironn regiments, having been approv
ed by the Presi'Ient of the United Suites is now publish
ed fnr tli troverntnnnt of the United Ftstes is now pub-
i, ; L . ; : ' -. . c ; . ; .1,. i, .n.-
i ,. j
McLeans1- Ba or.ct" h'Xercis&s.
Manual of Bayonet Exercincs, prepared for the use of
the Army of United States. By GEO. B. McCLEL
LAX,Captain nrt-t regiment of Cavalry, C. S. A. prin
ted by order if the War Department.
Ono vol. 12mo. $1 25.
IIead Quarters of the Army, )
Washington. December 31, 1861. J
Sn: nerewlte I have the honor to submit a system
af Bayonet Exercise, translated from the French by
Captaia Geo. B. McClelUa, Corps Edpineers, U. S. A.
I strongly recommend its belDg printed for distribu
tion in the Army, that it be made by regulation, a part
of the "System of instruction."
The enclosed extracts from reports of the Inspector
General, etc., show their value.
I baTe the honor to be, sir, with the highest respect.
Your mobt obedteet servant,
Approve!. WLXFIELD SCOTT.
C. M. COXRAD.
Secretary of War.
Jan 2, 1&62.
R. JOXES, Adjutant-General.
Any of the above works forwarded by mail, free of
postage, or any part of the United States, on the re
ceipt of the published price. Remittances can be made
in gold dollars and postage stamps.
i. B. LIPPIXCOTT fc CO.,
Booksellers, Publishers and Stationers,
Xos. 22 and 24, North 1-ourth Street,
HILL'S SPUING GOODS
AND ALL ARE SOLICITED TO
Call and seo Them.
SUCH SPLENDID BARGAINS
CANNOT BE FOUND ELSEWHERE.
Havinft been long anl extensively engaged in the
mercantile business in the West, I flatter myself sone
what on knowing the wants of the community, and thus
being able to purchase such goods an will ult all. I rail
particular attention fo my present spring purchases,
whica have all been selected with great care, id with
an especial eye to the times. I will not attempt to en
umerate, but simply say my stock as usual eonetsty of
Boots and Shoes,'
Hats and Caps,
itlillou) it! cut, &c.f
Which I cfTer for c.uh or good country produce, at prices
so low that none who desire, ran be left with an excuse
for not pu-chasing. 1 ask but an examination of my
stock. TilEO. HILL.
BrownriMe. April I5th, TSCt.
Set.ing Machines Given Away !
WASHING MACHINES GIYEN AWAY!
MUSICAL WORKS GIVEN A WAT!
Illustrated Works Given Away !
FaUiei design cf procuring a Sewing Machine
of Wheeler A Wilson Grorer A taker's, or Finale
A Lyon's manufacture, or one of Johnson's Union
Was hinp Machines, can da ct by subscribing to the
IIOUSIIUOLD JOURNAL, nt the rate cf Two Dol
Full particulars of the aVve,as well as of the
popular Musical and Ulustrstei rublication to be
fivea away as preraiuTtr.s, will le found ir the first
ruroLcr of the cew volume cf the IIOUSLLIOLD
JOLKXAL, a erjy of which will be sent free to any
addre?a. I5y aoc l;r,a three-cnt ftamp, a ecpy of
the donble-fiae Map of the World will tesfst a'org
with it. Address the Publirdicrs cf the HOUSE
HOLD JOLKXAL, A. UAUnitLL & CO., 23 -N jrth
Wilikns street. New York.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE
THE nnletsisried desires to fell or rent Lis h ue
and lot In l'-roMcviUe. For rarticnlars enquire of
Kichard r.rown.llrownrille. II. S. TII0K1E.
ArrilH, liCI. eJO -rn
DEW SEE- STORES
7Litne7'j Clock, Haia C'.rset. -
look roll THE SIGN OF THE
ELK HORX and MORTAR
J. J. THURMAN,
ANNOUNCES to the eithens of Drownrille and
Ticinlty tLaf L las removed hi Urog trU-re from
Sidney, Iuwa, to the City if Urownriiie, ltd Laricj
ad le! thereto aa eitcarire tUxk ai
Taints and Oils,
Pure Wines and Liquors,
Tor Medical Purposes,
Hair and Tooth brushes,
Fine Toilet Soap,
&.c, &c, S:., cc.
Invites the pebiic pttronaje.
tJThjtU ian's Prescriptions attended to at all hours
both by day aid eight.
Drownrille, Aprii Ilth.lSCl. 40-y!y
Furniture ! Furniture ! !
The most complete stock of Fnmituit ever rered in
thla upper country Just r?e!vel by . T. HILL.
Brownvllle, April 25th, 1561.
The machinery, be, belonging to the Steara Ferry
Boat OUie," consiitinj of one engine complete, and
part of the machinery f r another.
A r ply to H . a. AT:in30N, Receiver.
KrownvtUe, May 30, 1SC1.
ThftmTHfiTI Drna la 'nllv antK.-.sla,1 f na ma
" iMttj autuui -v w sav iui HIT)
and in my name transact all business connected witij
my Kimud me liau-nrpeu jteserve, locaiea oetwecn
the Xemihas, inciu1ing the San Francisco claim, award
ed end enQrmeI by the Secretary of the Interior to Vm
S!-an, and by him sold to me.
New Tork, Nov 1, 1S60 tf BEN". HOLLADaT.
Nemaha City Herald copy I weeks ana send bill to this
"The Union Must and
shall be Preserved!"
AND DEN WILL SELL GOODS ON
SUCH TERMS AS WILL SURE
LY BRING ABOUT THIS
B oots and shoes,
jE2:vta oxxca. capa
Bonnets, Misses Hats,
Pry Goods and
vk ....: . : i- . v-T lli9 alue.
navinst determined to "ei'iftase in general merchan-
tile bunlnefs, I have this Spring broniiht on, and open
ed out an extensive and varied assortment of everything
needed by purchasers in this or any other country J con
sisting of Boots, Shoes, Ilats, Caps, Bonnets of every
grade and style Dry Goods in endless variety, caosl
mers, Cloths, Jeans, Rat tinets, Tweeds, Testings, Cali
cos. Lawns, Merinos, Cambrics, brown and bluish mus-
lins; tirocenes, rancy ana sispie, iron, ii, uiu
wsre, Queensware, &c.
1 am determined to open up a "new era" tn Mercan
tile business, and will, therefore sell at figures unpre
cedented low, for cash or country produce.
I have on hand a splendid assortment of French Kip
and Calf skins for home manufacture, to order, on the
most resonable terms. All work warranted or no pay.
Hides, Pelts and Furs, for which tho highest prices at
all times will be paid.
To be Brief,
If you wish to purchase goods on the most favorable
terms, or dispose of your produce to the best possible
advantage. Be sure and call at
DEIT.S CHEAP STOEE.
Brownville, April, 4, 1361.
PARTICULARLY TO RANCHMEN.
I deelre to say to Ranchmen anywhere between the
Missouri river and Mountains, that my stock for whole
saling to them is now complete embracing everything
desirable or profitable to trade in, and at price unheard
of cheap. Call or send your orders, which wT.I meet
with prompt attention. TIIEO. HILL.
Erownvllie, April 25th, 1SC1. -
Notice New Firm.
The rndersigned doing business In tbscity of
Brownville Nebraska, utder. name and style of
SEIGEL, iREEN?AUM & CO., hare sold their en
tire interest in the Clothing Store to David Seigel,
who will hereafter ccrry on the business at the old
stand. SAMUEL SE1C.EL,
June 20tb, 1S61. JOSEl'II SMITH.
To All YFliom It May Concern
All persons indebted to Wm. T. DEN, either on
bo k account, or by note, are hereby notified to call
and pay up on or before the 10th day of March 1S51,
and thereby save themselves trouble and cost.
Brownville, Feb. 21 WM.T.DEN.
Lime! Lime!! Lime!!'!
The imderHned whosekilns'aresituated ninemllea
west of Brownville, on the road leading toFt. Kearney,
keeps constantly on hand a very superior article of
lime, to which he invite the attention of those wish
ing The Lime willbe delivered at theklln or at any
other p..int in thecounty, asdesired.
Feb. 9. 1S60 6m B. M. LOKfl.
Valuable Tract of Land
I AMantiioriied to sell a vlue tra -tof land ad
joining the city of Brownville. There are 150 acres
in the tract, mostly heavy ti mber, and 20 acres under
cultivation. A rare bargain caa be had in th:j piece
Arplj in person, or by letter, to
Brownville, '. T.
Acril 11th. 1561. tO-tf
TlIS EJiriRE CITV AT ONE VIEW,
la a splendid Colored Ecsraring of
ii Em oe mm
Showing tha entire city, ixd formic j a
COMPLETE BIRD'S-EYE VIEW
of it (on a sheet of snpcrSne drawin paper 21 by
3 inches, all sarcfullf colored by hand. This fine
picture Lasiutbdn raWUhed a; Three LTollarspr
copy but by an arrrremi:n euu'ievi we areenac.ea
to. offer it TO EVERY SUBSCIBERS to the
IIOUSEIIOLD JOURNAL, who forwards us $2. in
return f r which we will mail Ire, a copy cf the
above enTavire ( dona up with roller to pnrserre it)
and also the HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL for one year.
Saspls CoriE3 of the EnraTinrs can be
seen at our t Sce. All jpod eountrp bills, or posta
stamps, taken at par as remittances. Address all
comronrii'-ation: to the PublL-hen and Fro-riftorj of
the HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL. A. II A Hill ILL &
CO, 20 North M'i'.liaai f trtt, New York.
rar t -
It u " ?J
Pv tbe o of the FilU U period'.e attscts of .Wr
tts or Hick lit&a iche mar be prevented; and if taken
at the commencement of an attack immediate r lief
from rtit and si. knea will be obtained.
They s?M.m fail in removing tbe .VW(S and UtCd
tcht lv wtK!j fens ales are s sutoect.
Ttey a. t gentiy upon the bowel removing Cott If
For LUererv Men. StH.ientt, Delicate Females, and
all per.os of ttdfwtora kebit. they are valuable as a
Laxative. Improvitg tt,e eppelitt. givir.; ton an -
gor to the oueative organs, and resiormi o
elaUcitv and stre n:'h nt ttt whole sr.Uem.
The CEPUALIO F1IOJJ are the result of lor? Invest!
ration and carefully conducted eiperiment-J havsng
been in ue many years, during which time they Lave
preventeJ and relieve! a vast amount of pain ana sui
ferine from Headache, whether originating in tbe nr-
stous svstem er from a deraceed state of tbe sfoweci
They are entirely vesetable in their composition, and
may betaken at all times with perfect safety, wunoui
niakinx any chans of diet, and M &enc of a? yiit
earecblt tatic rtndfTtit taty to dtnUttr U
Beware of counterfeits!
The genuine avt flvi) signatures of Henry C. SpaMloj
on each box.
Sold by Drnpglsts and all other Dealers In Medicines.
k A box will be seat by mail prepaid on receiptor me
Frica 25 ccnta
All orders shoul i be a-I.Iressedto
HENRY C. SPALDING,
49, Cedar Street, New York.
Dec. 6, 1360. o22-ly
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
Will convince all who suffer from
Speedy and Jurd Cure
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.
Aithe TfttimoniaJ were uniolicittdly 3fr. SPAL
DIXG,tliy aford unquestionable proof of tho
efficacy of 'thii truly scientific dtxottry.
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JUrt?, H:t9., Dee.lt, l?rG
SEEDS AUD LIACHIHES
ST. LOUIS, :io.
s;zi cf '. cat rhv.
A?1 Vs t -M V:-rta F-jcr-H St., cr 2"5 Proa-!wy.
PLillTT cz BROTHER,
AT.ZZ T.T.CV.m::a a lrr a .rimf it if
iws. iUrri. ., C:iiva.tr, II . Rake.
5r;.-ive:, ' , r-k, Af . Lit- t.t.
STtie. . C r tt, i;nn,-t.s.r S
c.lr,'i Eroj!- i.t f.-s ;."-.-4 T
l!ir.t:w nltV8 Mxk ("utiers.
Kirb)fs American Iron Ilancstcr.
Revolvlrr and J'iri: t.ith K :e Fir Ur,
Krauer's Ci'J-:-r aud w ine Si tils wl'i Pre.-,
y.iyarCane Crofcers ar.d Kvp.rator.
yijU' Frutie Furnace and Cat 'rum,
Portable E n i.es and lJjre lwors,
Tvrtib!e FJourand Coru Meal MiiH,
Wd and Irn Working Ka.-tlr.err
Jlortis"R sn 1 Ten"tiing W h.r.A,
Laihers, Bo!t Cutlers, Coavh S.-rews, Lanterns,
IJseen's PorU'jie K-re and Bellow,
Leather and KaMer Bolnnj.
Ice Leather and S'Mm Packing,
yrem-he's W-bint Martitte. .Velrir.T, JV-aies,
UAB.UEX. CRASH AXD OTULK bKLVS.
rJjend for CirculArs.-.
Orders aoiiciitd and pri mpt it exvutr-l i v
riaA'T & niiGTncn.
Jfarch, 15C1. (rn-4!U-AD33-4n.)
BAD D LEE Y.
Saddles, Bridle, Collars, TVhlpx,
Lashes, Lines, Gitths, Surcingles,
Stirrups and Leathers, SnrJJle,
Curb and Pcrrt Bills, Ring
Bradocns, Buggy Trimmings.
Plastering Hair Constantly on IlanJ.
In order to suit all, I make harness from i sU5
I have collars from 63 cents to $3 each.
Halters from 15c to each.
1 WILL BELL AS LOW, if not low
than anyone north of St. Joseph, and those
wishing anything in my lino will find it to
their advantage to give rna a call before buy
JOHN W. MDDLETON,
Ii R O WX VIIXE, IV. T.
-; or larr show l.iil", tn
i i ; ,re irt',.-u;.s.r!y :'; re t
Om 'i mycuoacrvwho is subject to ever f-i
Tleadache, (unually lasting two days,) wot cured of
an attack in onehourby your Pill, which I sent her.
W Ii WILKES.
Hrynoldburni Franllin Co O.)
January 5, 1861 )
IlKXBT C SPALPIKa,
No 43 Cedar St, N T
. Dear sir: -Inclosed
find twenty-five cents, (25,) for which
send box of "Cephalio Pills." Send to address of
Rev Wbi; r uler, IC?ynoldsburg,rranKiin o, unio.
Your Pille work lile a charm cure Headache al
WM C FULLETt.
Uasonville, CbnnFeb 5,1861.
I have tried your Cephalic Hlls, and tils them
so well that I want you to send me two dollars worth
Tart of the are for the neighbors, to whom I gate
a few ont of the firrt box I got from you.
Send the Pills by mail, and oblige
Tour ob't servant,
TTTTVTjrm IT V E,Tnnl,! has hfl r,f -
General Administrator of the estate f Joseph Proud,
deceased, late of Gaee County ; notice is heraby siren
that I have acnointed, Tuesday lt-!Ttwh (t)t'i
of Auui A, li. liil. a I.te day f-r he -u
a.-.; .--t s,t-..l ew. Ail re- -n having c .
ftat-l e ! are hrt:-y iaiit.!"e.l t bav t' .i :
or hi ! .? t ..t day r i: ey may fvrever I ; : ifi !.-u
f r , ! . 1 i '. H
ti wti n;. cr ri r ti..i 4- 3 (.::: . ! ii-.i !, t
A JIILLIOX DOLLARS W0TTII.
WATCHES, JEWELRY AND
Silver Plated TJarc,
r it ti r'tj cr cm
AN ENTIRELY NEVi'
213 MM Mill!
Ill peri-ma dcji.-irj to secure aa Atj la t!.Ts
SStsM send cn their names at once, enol.wir r a 3-
cect itimp tw'pay j.t.-;9. aal reccito ty rcu.-.i
a n.inn cii.ici: to
MAKE MONEY !
Without riik, together with
Re'atire to this
To Insure tromrt a ni iatL.fi; torr dca'.Ir r. direct
all orders to
GEORGE C-. EVA1I3,
139, Chestnut Street;
Ilarerford, Pa Feb. 6, 1861.
I wish you to tend mo one more box of your Ce
phalic 1111s, hait received a grert deal of benefit
MAltr aS.n stoikiiouse.
Spruce Creel; ITuntinjton CoPa.,)
. - January IS, 1861. J
II. C. Spaldino.
You will please send me two boxes of your Cephal
ic lls. Send them immediately.
JNO. B. SIMON'3.
P S .7 antre fi oe Vox of your Puis, and find
. Bdle TVnon, Ohio, Jan. 15,1631.
IlrxRY C. Fpildixo, Esq.
Please find inclosed twenty-five eent?. for which
send me another bnx cf your Cephalic Pills. They
are tmly the beil Pills I hare err tri'd.
Direct A. STOVER, P M.
Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co,0.
of V.v, A.
i i ;
CITY DRUG &TOHH. -
SIGX OF THE SlORTAll.
C orncr of Main and Second streets,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
DR. JOHN CRIM
ASVOCKCES to the pnMlc that he has rurcbaed of
R. Brovn, the City PtuK Store, in Brownville, and has
also added largely thereto,
THE BEST SELECTED
And, perhaps, tha -
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever brought above St. Joseph,
Tbe -prtnrli!p Lret.rr evitiii; n!rrt
!'.-' 9 of 1" " - 'i K ; ii i " v,
i . 1, ).,(;'!; - t f ? :
' ' " j . i ' I
i ;.. i - v . .
i. i". .... -JOU-V.
Ilia stock conKisfsci the f"i!owinc articles, wt.'ca Le
will sell cheap forcaab:
tZTX sir.le bottle of SPALDIKG'3 PltEPATtED
(JLUE will save ttn times iu cost annuallyJ
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
SAVE THE PIECE3 f
tZT-A &ic in Tims Sitei JVt3rTJ
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated
families, it is very desirable tn have some eheap an 1
convenient way fur repairing T uf nil ure, Toys, t'rock-
"SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and nobouseholi can
afford to be without it It is always ready, aad op
to tho sticticg ptict
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE."
N B A BniiU acer mjanies each bottle. Price,
2 j ccsts A lirf
Ko 45 Cedar Street, New Vork.
As certain UEprin-ipled pcrsr.r.s are attercptin? ti
51 nt r.ffon the unufpectiE public, imitations of my
'IiKPAIiED OLL'E, I wo.d caution all persons to
examine iefre jur.-haiitg, and see that the full
I-.-PALDLXG-S PREPARED GLUEFJ
isoa the outsiie wnjper; all otheri a'ra iirmdUcg
Pure White Lead, Castor Oil,
French Zinck, Cod Liver Oil,
China Zinck, Sweet Oil,
Red Lead; . Putty,
Venitian Red, Glue,
Raw and L't umlef, Fis,
Chalk, Linseed Oil, .
Cough Candy, Tanner's Oil,
Copal Varnish CAStile Soap,
Fancy Soap, Toilet Soap,
Tooth brushes, Litherage,
Patent medicines, Let.paper
White Varnish, Ink,
Steel Pen?, Candies,
Gold Pens, Nuts,
Persci.'s, . Raisins,
Hair oil, &c. &c.
aln l cotutr.i-nd tote
In soverlr-f my husinexd connexion with my Isle rt-'
1 1. J.Vr. ' " ! p-'?-r "T'vnrtiiti.iy of itre!ii4 my
the periuii in wlut.li o
It a!i.rds me much p.eisure
favorable consideration cf the friends f the old flrir my
snecefcsor In buine, Mr. Carton, a gect'etnan in every
war worthy of the coufiJence and scj ix.rt of a dicriiu
B. P. M'SIIBAfG!!.
V. n .lley. )
lstrlct court Oie county, K. T.
By virtue of a execution to tne iEr?ct"l frfm lha
District Court of Ofe county, N-.-brska Territory, I
will offer fr aa!, ilpublio Auction, from tbodowr
of Jfc'htrtcn's Store Hons the mo where thi
Dittrict Court ofXrmaht$ Cunuty hel l its lt term,
in tho town of II rownTills, JTemaha county, .Nctrask
TerriUjry, , , ,
On Saturday the 20lh day cf June, ISCI
at the hour of I o'clock, I'M., the f '.lowing lands
and teeemoots, lvil upn and ti be sold, as tu prop
erty cf Charle Y. If 'V.nr, to 'y said f-uti- ill
r hand iar7f vt a. jr. to-.i :
The iKjuthwest quarter of sactifin 2'J in townhip I,
n'-rth of range tfteen, eat of theClh pritcijal mo
ridiii, in etaah a county, Nebraska Territory, at.d
LOTS BLOCK LOTS BLOCK'S
t ri I i n nr
J, I J
4 8 4G 11 10
2 3 70 10 . VI
1G CJ 1 2 0 S 0
9 72 10 11 1.1 .
bl . 1115 10 o
1 2 5 0 8 ,
115 00 101311 10 13
Also, a Splendid Assortmcnl or
Comprilnx Lyon's Ksthartor!', Ck-f, Potr.rn
jenulne ox tnsrruw, bear rree, and oi!, musk,
ecences of all iiaut, and uf ue Coett qiai.ty.
Foolscep p;r, f iijcy Ict'.er Prer, eiltee-1 tx,s,
atd euveioea, plain, fancy, azi er.ieil, pens freils
ad pen-&oiier. inks cf aU t.ci, u.ks:a.'uls, wafers
. Hollar.! Gin. IriU "VniUay, B-urUn ITUUtr, Cir-er
Branily.C roi l. Prt Wue, ilae;ra, ice, WL.te w.ce
and Malaga Wine.
Eein? a rescla'r rradnste anj practicing Physician,
the public may ilej-et.j a,n treat cere anl accuracy ia
ctnpous'Ji'-if 1'rerip' 'inj.
BrvwRviile, Agrtl uil-lr.
2 3 r c s w
12 7 W
4 7 8 . . 47
2 4 5G 10
frac. 12 0
0 1011 12
13 15 10 40
frac cf 2 3 41
trac cf 3 1
. 5 7 12
9 1011 12 70
4 5 7S 12
13 15 10
7 10 1215
3 5 6 12
13 15 16
11 . SG
12 13 97
3 7 11 12 50
1 frac 4 15 25
2 3 7 9 12
2 3 791Q
4 9 10 49
Tie abre named and tticrWti Ms r s!1 titaat 1
ip-j ontitute part of tea .ta tf KeszaiaCi'v. Xe-
5 10 12 11 1G
i r. r c.
a j iv
frac cf 8
G 7 10 11
8 11 10vci
frac cf 5 73
1 4 6 8 9
2 5 7 10
2 3 7811
2 3 17 8
349 11 15 CO
4 7 8 11 -K,'
frac cf 2 G
8 11 31
G 7 12 CI
9 frac 10 71
(nana C'oty, trata Terrii'.r
J B VtLLrf,Lr-y,".VeuaUCv,a
by J 7 CuLivas
THE KING'S DAUGHTER
Tt2 77 c r-o f f - :
This is the ti:!e cf a nw hi't-.ral rimr-. m'-t-n
eijre:y f rthe IIOL'.SEL'OLD Jtil'L.N'AL, br
y.ru llivha !. Pullan.the i ;:; aa'.b r-M
of tie -iier-n'a con," and other rkstf
cs.n4wle.i!j.d' merit wLi. h wilt ta fvun 1 tj ta a
:tir? se j-ul to Thavkmy'e admiralle k'stirj cf
tbe kti;3r tj"r:," ct-cimen-res with th frsj nn-r.
berrf the ei-lx.-'d vol .una cf tbe ilOl cllluil)
jOLT.N'Af now rri lv.
IXTV-HJL'll COLUMN.' FOLTi CENTS.
The Ncrcit and Zest
D- .h Vocal and intrumental by the bet A:n
anl Lurin etnrer. a;i.-ir rrjlir!v
N.!,V,1 2. 1
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