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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1861)
".' , ; il of endive vine comprise all the verit-
t -ties, with which 1 urn acquainted, inr
- ' . .vi been pro4ujil ryth great care, under the
; t lm ruble circuundances lor neaittij develop
: "!!,! '.surpiijaid excellency auj that 1 liavehere-
h n Me f n r ffer -
r.-r I'm fail trade, trrY I'cKtei rnj-pl of Union
V ' i Tn.iIr..'i.:nct.:n..ru:iae.nUiidar2,TT-
' Ilvtirid is offered. Of
W D.hw are layers, also, the sap; ! is not large,
Lat quality use:jualed. ,
' The stock from Delaware, singlo ryes grown both
3 V1-. wwr. A
In lease and tpon air, is large auu uuc. o.
.trnir r-inAS. crafted oa Cataw
- la nd Isabella stocks, are offered at a low price
robtx very etrorz.
Tery large layers of Diana, Ilcrbemont, and Con
eord.rrown with cswial care for immediate bear-
Wiz. Good layers of Anna, linkers' Hybrid, 12 kinds
also Clara, CVssidy, lo h.aion, miw, "'": . f
' Jxuisa, Lo&an, Emily, Cacby's Aogdit, Hudson, U.
A general assortnieut of foreign varieties lor vi-
Of PownSngV Everbearing Mulberry the snpp y
is not Urge, and a greet part of the trees already
. ,rrfnd. Ther are rerr vigorous, and the wood
"WkniowiUHiMiiintiTelUtientto those Who Wish
i..v, .nr.iiaiiin Lift also sent to
, loiuiui viuub, vu j I"""-
... rrfH jutit.inn nf Illustrated Cataloirue
. aent for two three cent stamps It is designed to be
full, and comprehensive treatise on the manage
ment i,( the vine, giving such . information, as pur
k nfl rrrvurera are s n rr?ed to need. I'artic
VUAC ' m f J
nUritinriinna re cirpn for the nrenaration of the
oil and rlanting, and the directions for training
. areiUuStratea DJ many caretuuy prepares eui
Th ?ArTT.lmr nf the varieties will bo found
aw urate and trustworthy, being drawn from person-
a , v.
ftl kuoweieuje, ana verj cxwjuaivc uoscn uuu.
C . V. GRAIIT.
' IONA, NEAR PEEKSKILL,
TTcftXcIicstcr Co., Xcr YorK.
LOOK TO YCU3 IE1TERESTS!
STEAM FEUBY BOAT
Tothaseln the-States contemplating going to
the Nebraska ai d Krnsas
tk n?fn-,jifT)d rlpKire tn tav. and in so doing will
not practice deception;tiat there are advantages
Crossing the Jlissouri river iatBrownville,
and ou;5tting at, and startii from that point. not
to bo fouad at any otherplae on tno anwun ui
nr Tn ihr f rsi rilnne.on both Sides cf the river
are large eitentsof bottom lfinds in which grass
makes a much earlierstart than on the uplanda,and
isinuohmore abundant, being inexhaustible the
rritlre non. Here. then, is a iesirable place to
recruit stock beforcitartir.g on tha. l'lainf. Stock
can also be purchased here on very favorable terms
The Drownville Steam Ferry boat, beingthe best
on the River, offer3 peculiar inducements for cross-
.... . ... , ,
ingat tnis point, it is large ana commoaious; wnu
powerful machinery.whieh enables the proprietors
to ferry emigrantsand others in the most expedi
tious manner. ; .
-rrw -rV-fl -n
We undertake to say that the business men ot
irnwnviiif.flrpaa wpllr.ren.ireJ tuserve those wish
ing supplies, with a superior quaMty and on as fav
orable ternsas c an be found elsewhere. Everything
desirable can be purchased in Brownville,such as
Provisions, (Mliing, Mining linpie
Ecats. &c, kt.
n,.Tfnnte fmm Ttrnwnvine to the Mines is ani
lit- n.l mi 1 1 r .l hi ihnsf ha hare traveled it and
ntbpr.4.to be suieri(r in every refpect. Drownville
is about midway between St. Jo. and Omaha.
r "BE. A. TERRY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Garden, ricld and Flower Seeds,
CHATE VINES, GO0SI3EIlF.ir3f
Currants, Haspberries, Blackberries.
Rottt, and OrnamcntaX Shrubbery Generally.
E. IT ErKCIIES & CO.,
Oregon, Holt Co., Ho.
The undersigned have Iods since been convinced
the want of a first class Nursery in the West,
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS,
Pan be aJanted to our climate and soil. In view of j
thene facts, we have established one at this place,
and have now in successful cultivaton. which w e of- j
, fer for sale at
Wholesale or Retail,
The coming season, a large and well .selected stock
nited to this climate, ct
Apples, standard and dwarf;
Pears, standard and dwarf;
' ' Cherries, standard and dwarf:
" Strawberries aad Blackberries,
Everrretin?. Ornamental Trees, and Shrubs,
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, Roses, Dahlias,.
. . , , , , ... 11 lV
jo wnicn we won i a oee leave to cn msuiruuv
. of the per ple of Western Missouri, Nebraska, Kan
' eas and Iowa.
. JSTXJar terms will be aa low as any reiiaDie east
ern Nursery. m ,
By purchhsmg or ns tne expense oi iransporxauon
from the e&st can be saved.
; All trees nd plants are carefully labeled and
rucked In the best manner for any part of the Unit
ed States, tor whicn a cnarge oi tne actuu cost oniy
ill be made. No charge will be made for the deli
Ttry of packages on board steamboa s.
All communications addressed to the undersigned
'will receive prompt attention.
to distance, an examination of the map isnll that
:....,iin!nrn,riniiitT line that it is nearer
than from anv Other point
iiu ui aavis v - - -
on the Missouri. On this route wood and water
abound the entire oisUncejWlnle on many otters
woodhasto be hiuled for many uays.
Thp fnpocrr.ir.rr fa!ts are fullv ai dsatisfactorilv es
l.liihp1 bv the immense travel of last year, and
those whoadopt it the present sesson will have no
cause toregret caving done so. mereioie
Cross the Missouri liiverat ana start
JOHN CODDINUTON-rf- CO.,
Proprietors Steam Ferry Boat.
I HAVE made arrangements with DOl'GLAS
BROTHERS. Zanerille. Ohio, the only establishment
in the United States, enpajed exclusively in theraanu
facture of Sorgho Si'?r ilills, Kvanorators, &.c , by
which I can furnish tnelaraiers in this regi'nwjth ihp
much needed articles. The Douglas Sugar ilill muI Ap-
paratns were awarded the First Premium at the Ohio
State Fair and the highest honor at the United States
Agricultural S(ciety, a silver med.il. I am ouiiflilent
Farmers of Nebraska, Kansas, .Northern Missouri and
Southern Iowa can find no other to suit them better
either in price or otherwise.
Capacity and Fnce of Mills.
Tnrce Iron Rollers in Strong Iron Frame.
No 0 One Horse Vertical Hill presses from 25
to 30 eallons of juice per hour ; price
do 1 One horse Vertical presse from 35 to 40
gallons of juce per hour; price
Same as No 1 ; extra heavy,
do 2 Two horse Vertical presse from 85 to SO
calloos of juice per hour; light drift
do 3 Two horse Vertical (double geared) press
es from 35 to 50 gal Ions juice per hour, heavy
do 4 Two horse Vertical (single Reared) press
es from 50 to "5 gallons of ju.ee per hour ;
do 5 Four horse Vertical (single geared) capa
city from 100 to 125 gallons pur hour
do 6 To horse Horizontal (back geared) suita
ble to attach to Threshing Machine or other
power, presses from 40 to 60 gallons of
Juice f-er hour
do 7 Two horse Horizontal, with vertical 6haf t
to apply lever to. worked by torses same as
Vertical, presses 40 to 60 gallons per hour
do 8 Four horse Horizontal (back geared) suit
able to attach toThreshit-g Machine or other
power, preea 73 to 100 gallons per hours I5(
do 9 Six horse Horizontal (back geared) calcu
lated for water or steam power, reaoy for
the belt, and with capacity to work off a crop
cf from 15 to 20 acres of Cane, I5C
R. XY. FUUXAS, Ag't.
groceries. fioumvi) Sbsocitttioir
stock of lijrht Groceries constantly on
"A. select stock of light Groceries constantly on
hand and for sale at reduced rates at the new store
of J.J. THURMAN,
"Brownville, April IT, '61. n40-yly
GOOD NEWS TOR THE UXI3IPL0YED
1000 Chances To Ualte Llcncy!
A Benevolent Institution established by special En
dowment, for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed,
aJHicted voxth Virulent and Epidemic Disease, and
especially jor ine cure oj uise.ises oj ine oexwot
MEDICAL ADVICE given cratls, by the Acting
Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with a description
of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, &c.,)
and in cases of extreme poverty, jieaicines lurmsnea
free of charge.
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrtcea, and other dis
eases of the Sexual Organs, and on the NEW" REME
DIES employed in the Dispensary, sent to the afflicted
in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Two or three
Stamps for postace will be acceptable
Address DR. J. SKILL1N HOI U H 1U , Acting our-
geon, Howara Association, s, souiu aium oui,
Philadelphia, Ta. By order of the Directors.
EZK.A V. lit Alt! tt jJuLi, rice.
Geo. Faircrild, Sec'y.
October 18. 1S6'J. - nl5-yly
A MILLION DOLLARS WOTTII .
WATCHES, JEWELRY AND
Silver Plated Ware,
Ever offered in this Market.
to ri nsposro of on
AN ENTIRELY NEW
SO DOUBT ABOUT IT!
ORIGINAL PLAN! ro vomselvs
ao ik rail!
All -persons desiring to seeure an Agency in this
' SKTox Xlixtoiiarltao,
Bhould send on their canea at once, enclosing a S
eent stamp to -pay postage, and receive by return
? '. A PREr.IIUIiI
. . . Which afford
A RARE CIIAXCE TO
MAKE MONEY !
Without risk, together with -
' FULL PARTICULARS
' Relative to this
IT 0VEL PLAIT.
To insure prompt and satisfactory dealings, direct
all orders to
GEOPwGE G. EVAirS,
439, Clicsltmt Street-, t
Batiinore Cotliinfz; Store,
BROWIIVILLE, IT. T.
to the public that to 'has opened out a
UUOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
rrprecedented in quantity, quality and price. He
is determined his prices shall correspond with the
times, nt therefore offer here in the West, at just
low rate aa such gooda can be purchased anywhere
in the Cnited States. A a sample of his prices he
will ttntion that he sells
Coats from $1,25 cp to $15,
Pants from $1. to $7,
Vests from $1 to 5.
Boots, Shoes, Hm, Caps, Fancy and M'hite Shirts, 5ns
ders, Neckties, Socki, liandkerchieia, &c in the same
Tbe proprietor embrace this opportunity of returning
thank for past patronage, and promise to spare no ef
forts in tbe futnreto give entire satisfaction.
CnU o3 liiiML.
BrownviUe, June 13, IS61.-ly
Tbe partnership heretofore existing under the name
and Ktyle or Luhbau?u & Carson at Brownville, Ne
braska, was, on the firbt day of November, dissolved by
unitual consent, ly tbe withdrawal of B. F. Lofchbangh.
John L. Carson will settle the un3nished business of
tbe old firm and contine the Banking and Real Estate
Agency businet as heretofore at tbe old stand.
B. F. LUSHBAGH
Nov. Ist,lS60. JOHN. Li. CARSON".
In severing my business connexion with my late part
ner, I deem this a proper opportunity of expressirg my
thanks for the tvttroiia?e bestowed upon onr firm, daring
tbe period in which we were en?s;-d in businse.
-..It affords me lunr'i pleasure also to commend to the
a tt 'ie COnMdOrati.lTl lif IliP fripnU lit th nlri Arm m
MAIN STREET, BROWNVILLE, N.
Takes pleasure In announcms that he has now on hand, a large and select stock of every art cle in his line,
6f all the Improved patters ; viz : Plymouth Rock, Charter Oak. Valley Forge, Elevated Oven, bo.,
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, some of which are entirely new desisns, via
Cook and Parlor stoves, something very nice indeed for small families
PIIIIjADEIiPEf A lO-daV01, t business, Mr- Carson, a Fenf.nian in every
5 fi'Zr f-i ortby of the commence and fpiort of a di:rim-
The rr.acbinery, Stc., belonsrinp to tbe Steam Fe.
'KiLoe." c.niiifurj of one euKice complete and
iTtu tv.f luaclunery tor aoott.er.
tl'10,, v, H-H. AIK.IXSOK, Receiver.
B. F. LCSIIBACGH.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
HEAVY SHEET IRON FOR SUGAR BOILERS
And Large Cast Iron Kettles from 8 to 22-gallons.
Coal and Lard Oil Lamps; Brass Copper, and sheet Iron Ware; Lanterns, bhove is, etc
Cv&ialiialii (La u &Z&J
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! pledge myself to sell at as fair rates ana on as accomouauns ieiuis
any other establishment in this region of the country
I am prepared to put up guttering and spoutiug and all other work or my line anue snonesi uwno, uu '
workmanlike manner, which I warrant io give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not tobe undorsold in the upper country j. v. uttoto.
Brownville, August, 30 1S60.
W i TTiil
i ; r d r. d .
f? js y-sa,
Old Bourbon. .
Irish Whiskey, "
' Gin Cock Tail,
Saddle Bag Whisky,
JOHN A.; PONN,-;
From his Old tand on the Levee to
WHITNEY'S ITBV7 ELOCH.
EROWXVILE N. T.
Where he has opened vv a
A Large Stock of Choice Family
CHICAGO, ILLS. .
Twenlv-five Tiicund' Sold Turing tLe
last oilzx. yenrs.
An Average of oner 4,C00 -f!'i ' ir. ftilei A.ive
imrtaxeJ ro-n iGPO ."n 5 1 1 5,00H i 'Ro.
And a fine assortment of
1 Such as
A well selected Slock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Boots and Shoes.
JTiS knowledge of the trade and wants of the people
of Boownville and vicinity enables him to make judici
ous purchases expressly for this market. He asks an
examination of Lis Stix-k, feelin? assure'' he will be
able to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
Pure Bred Fancj Poultry.
For s;ile Hiik-k iSj.nnish. Wliitu l)orkins. Gulden
and Spangled I'ldandj. Si bright, lli ick African, roil
nnd white Hantntns, white and wild Turkt'j-. I't-a-Fi'wl?,
white and brown lloti Kon, I'reuicn and
wild (ieese, White 'Cre ted'rAjlt'iiurh and Mus
ci.vy Ducks. Common and Mad.-iija-c ir Kabtits.
All ai.iinals s- Id will be ean fully bxed with the
necessary feed, and dcliven-d :it the Express ( ffke
Address W. A. GOOFIN(. Oak Lan
n37v5 Lwk port. Will Co.
a R.'ipcr, the 'Mv:triui.;W" ha.s b-'en b"Sr
the . meri -an public f .jr the last twenty yeHrs.aint
during that time ha gained a reputation which is
"World-Wide." "ot withstanding the yearly in
creaain; competition, and the host of inventors en
gficd in tho devel jj meiit of lioajnn llachine.', the
".McUorMick" le i the van the acknowledged ?u
jx rior ci" all iu the march for practical iniprove
mfnt.s. The re; resentat'ons mide by other mtnufactur
that tho McCormick was u..nce" a noted Ileaper.
but is now antijHtt?d, simply ridiculous, as the in
creasing di'ciatid will prove. X sincla establi.-h-
tnMit i'i the WUiCLI), man-i.ra,;r.'ir"s so largely of
these implements, and nona- expends equal money
time or talent m rcUdldc iiuproviMji,nts.
Many changes ha ve been i 8Vct d during the past
season, and lor Ib;il, tne "Mrtoimiik is presented
greater attractio i s than evtr btiore. As a Keapcr
SIMPLICITY, STRENGTH AND DU
command ii to toe iariner, wi.i.e itscaraciry tor.
work, with economy of iHitcer, give it the prefcreu -
rr i .i; f ,
l ne comj aciing ir.e irnme, tnus securing a ni"re
perfect balance ta the machine: tbe po-itiou ot the
raker, in the rear ot the driver, thus placing the
wnjjai, wiierc n srrouu pe. ana relieving tt.e weak-
craif of the maehine; t Li o dccn-.i d weight an I
slight indentation of trio sickle, tl.o Castor wheel.
and other iniprovt mcMs ad I l,!iuve materially l.-s
soneil the direct uraugl.r, and so . bviated the aid
1 1 - t ...
urangiit i.ii.ir many assure . us that U iloes not now
vxist. The draught-of th'.- U?
iu numerous instances the !arg
is worked wiLh but two horses.
SEEDS v AND-
No. 14, North Mala r
&T. LOUIS HO '
' SiSn of tht Gilt Pl0r.
And Xo'i. 203 Nor' b Koi'-tl St orj'fj j f
PLANT & BROTHlJ !
AT!-CrriCETVIKGa Ur ,w.rw, ' 1
Ml .veis, hilss. Pick. A Urrhi. "
5-ytiie.s. Suthi. Cislei. F..rk 6 in,i
t-arex-i Broatcast seea S.,wer 3d n
ThreitPM C rn Spellers. Pua;os.'
Kirl))'s Ala erica ii irun
Kraaser'n Cute nl Wine Mill wi.b fit
&oiur C'.ie C: ushei 4d ! ' 'rau,r,
'ili.ll's P.rr.it F.d-iiai-p a'i! li,jr..ns" .
Part ible K iiTtie-and It r-'-P' rr-7,
Portab;e Kli.n-xn.l C th Mm! Jlil'j.
WhJ aod Ir-n W. ikire w whi .y
' Moru-ini mil Teiv.i.i: j M ithines,' .'.
careers nu!iiu ir c -ucri bcews, rij
. i n i i i
lertlllB. UIi'l HUIinv til-il'.lllf
Lace LPntbr and 5 pirn Pickina.
Prenrb' WfhiiiK M4i'Mi.t S:0'Trrj, ,
C.ittLT.V. GRASS ASH OTiiE!iKSZlJi'
S3" iTrid 0." ' h ' U ftr e-j' '
Order oiicf"ed and pr -up' !t et: ii,. h.
-.PL, ANT & B207H19
Mirch. 1361." 4!H-A-i-lu)
p"- is light 'hat
As A 1,?Q VCYf
1 he machine of ISM will bo found fully equal
to test that it tuay be. suhiuiifl to. Thi alight
indentation of the S.ckls its lightness and combi
nation with the beam and fingers, allows an increase
of motion not jract.-eablo in other midlines, thus
enioiingus to yoo( work; withaadow teuin,ox-
en, even, worKing Well, uur
Improved Guard aud Patent Cleaner.
effectually prevents choking, no matter what the
condition of the grass, wbilo our new divider point
separates badly I xlged and tangled clover or grass,
- oero-oiuer raai-niues rail.
I here is also a great advantage in onr serrated
: i i i .i . t -
sii-Mi-cio uur uie smooin.as ir. anes not require
sharpening so id ten, thus saving time. Our Sickle
will frequently run through ;u entire harvest with-
. ut once grinding, while the smooth edge must be
ground enceeach day, if not oftener. Withasuioth
edge the dranght increrses as tho knife become dull.
Uur draug.U is uniform, and in repeated trials du
ring the season ot TSi'.O, proved far lighter than sin
gle Mowers, cuttiug at the same time from twelve ti
eighteen inches wider.
uur Aiowerean be used with or witkout the reel
this is important, and without the reel, weighs bar
about 670 pounds.
In addition to the very liberal warrantee given to
all pcrchasers, we would say as heretofore," thai far
mers who may desire it, are at liberty to work our I
macnine thrr.ugn tbe harvest, with any other, and
keep, and pay lor. the one preferred.
Pamphlets with full description of improvements
testimonials, Ac. ean be had by application to
THEODORE HILL. A)
CITT DEUG ST02E.
S2C. OF TIIC JiOBTJR,
tcmcr of Main and Second sttrX
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
DR. JOHN CRILI
ANXOCXCKS fo the public that he bu tmhisnt j
R. Bio -n, the City IXru Store, in Browuri,,
also added largely thereto,
TUC BEST SELECTED
And, perhaps, tbe
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever brought above St. Jcserb.
Bis a toe.
consists of the following artklei, wh;c to
will sell cheap fur cash:
Pure White Lead,
- - -' ri V I ... l :--: '
TOT y .IS? TS3
3T5s "5 "Ok
uj aAbj vjr4 vx1 j
J E WE LEY
Come and see and Secure Bargains.
Brownville, August, 30, I860. . , . - ' -
A?f asperient and Stomacnic preparation of IROX
Puritiedof Oxygen and Carbon by cmlution in Hydro
gen. Sanctioned by the lushest Medical Authorities,
both iu Europe and the United States, and prescribed
in their practice.
The experience of thousands daily proves that no
preparation of Iron can be compared wuh it. Impuri
ties or the blood, depression of vital enerpy, paie and
otnorwise sickly complexion indicate its necessity in
almost every conceivable case.
Innoxious in all maladies in wi;ich it h?.3 been tried,
has proved absolutely curative ia each of the following
complaints, viz :
Izi ZKIiIJty, Xcrroas Afieclinf,
Emaciation, Oyspepia, Couli
nalion, Scroi'ulii Tuberculosis,
Salt lllieum, 3iismenstruatioii,
WIiitcM, Clilorosis, Liver Com
plaints, Illicumatim, Clironic
Headaches, Intermittent Fevers,
Pimples on the I'ace. &c.
lncasesof GKXERAL DEBILITY, whether therestilt
of acute disease, or of continued diminution of nervous
and muscular energy from chronic complaints, one triai
of thjs restorative has proved successful to an extent
which no de-cription nor written attestation would
render credible. Invalids so long bed-ridden as to have
beeoiue forgotten in their own nei;:hborhou Is, have sud
denly re-appeatied in tbe busy world as if just returned
frrm protracted travel in a distant land. Some very
sipnal instances of this kiixl are attested of female
sufferers, emaciated victims of apparent marasmus,
sanguineous exhaustion, critical changes, and that com
plication of nervous and dyspeptic aversion to air aud
exercise for which tbe physician has no name.
Ia NERVOUS AFFECTIONS of all kinds, and tor
reasons familiar to medical men, the operation of this
preparation of iron must necessarily be salutary, for
unlike the oid oxides, it is vigorously tonic, without
being exciting and overheating; and gently, regularly
aperient, even in the most obstinate cases of costivene
without ever being a gastric purgative, or inflicting a
. It is this latter property, among other, which makes
it so remarkably effectual and perw:icent a rer.iedy for
Pi.'es, upon which it also appears to exert a o'i.-unct aiid
specific action, by dispersing the local tendency which
In DYSPEPSIA, innumerable as are itscane. a single
box of these Chalvbeate Pills has often si.ii:wd for the
most habitual cases. inclnlinztceattei:iljnt Cost ivenesi
la nnc!ie-tced DiARItHCEA. even when advanced ts
PTSENTARY, confirmed, emaciating, and apparently
Qaiitmani, the effects have been eiually decisive aon
In tbe local pains, loss of flesh and strenzth. debilli
atingccc2h. and remittent hectic, which generally in
dicate INCIPIKNT CONSUJiPTM'-N. tins remedy has
allayed tbe alarm of friends and physicians, iu several
very gratifying and interesting instances.
In SCROFULOUS TUBERCULOSIS this roe!ieatel
iron has had far tn re thsn tbe goods effects of the ni t
cautiously balanced preparations of lodiae, without any
of their well knuwn liabilities.
The attetnionof feiu t:es rating he too conSdently in
viteJ to this remedy aud restorative, iu the cases pecu
liarly affecting them. .
In RHEUMATISM, both chronic ind Inflammatory in
the latter, however, more decidedly it has been invri
My well reported, both as -alleviating pain a-id re-liicing
the. swellings ani stiff res of tbe joinis nl muscles.
Iu INTERMITTENT FEVERS it mu.-t necessarily be
a great remedy aud energetic restrative, and its pro
gress ia the new settlements of the West, will probably
be one of hish renown and usefulness.
No remedy has ever been discovered in the whole his
tory cf medi.'in. which exerts such prompt, happy. nd
fully restvr.tive effects tod appetite complete diges
tion, rapid acquisition of strencth, with aa unusual dis
position for active and cheerfnl exercise.
Put up in flat metal boxes containins GO pills, pricn50
cants per box ; for sale by druggists and dealers. Will
be sent free to anv address on receipt of the price. All
letters, orders, etc., should be addressed to
11. Ii. LOCKB&, CO.,
GEN. AGENTS. 20 Cedar St., N. T.
August 2. '60 ly.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
My supply of Boots, Shoes, Ilats and Caps never was
so large, cor was I ever prepared to cCer such bricain3.
Brownville. April 25th,
These medicines have now been bef re the public fur
a period - I Unriy years, and during tht time have
maintained a high character in almost every Dart of the
iiioce. r-r tueir extraoiomarv aud lmmediat mwcm
relorllg periect Deuitn to pcTsoussufTeiiiig under near
ly every kind ut disease to which the human frame is
The following are some. ot the distressing variety of
human diseases in which the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Are wel I known to be infallible.
Dyspepsia by tboronchly cleansing the first and sec
mil i.iiiiaeh-, and creating a flow vt pure healthy bile,
instead -f the stale acrid kind , Flatulency. Loss of Ap-
peene. Hear burn .Headache Kcm lessness. Ill-temper,
Anxiesj". Lsncuor anil .Meiaiich.dy. which are ihe gen
r 1 1 svnipt.-nis i.f ljpeps'a, win vauisb, as a natual
c iiseanence of its cure.
Costiv 'n-, by cieansinfr the whole length of thein-
tetine wi;h a solvent process, ani without violence ;
-all violent purges leave the bowels stive within two
Fevers, of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a regn
lar circulaaou, throiiv'h the proeea of perspiration Iu
such c.ises. and the thorough solution ot all intestinal
ob-trnctii n in others.
The Life Mcdicir.cs have been known to core Rheuma
ti:n permanently in vhree weeks and Gout in ball
that time by removing toC'il infiauioiation froui the mus
cie and ligaments from the joints
Dropsies )la!l kinds, by freeinsrand strer:ghening
tht kidneys ,im bladder ; they operate most deiiu'htf ui
!y on Inese imp Ttant org ins and hence have ever been
fout.d a -crt;i:.i remedy fof the worst cases i (travel
A's u orris, hy di-lo,'.: fr,.m the turnlpif ot the
bowers the sumy matter to which these creatures au
bere. Sturry. Ulcers and Inveterate Sorct. hy fbererfect
purity which ihse Life Meiiibines t;ive to the blood, and
and ' I the humors.
Sc bur ic E-upti ,ns and h-vi con-p'exions. by their al
ternarivo ellVcts upon tbe fluids that feed the: kin, and
Ihe liwrbid state of which c-crist ns all eruptive Ccm
plaluts. saliow,ciou !y, andother tiisasreeablecomplex
ioiis. The cseof these pills for a very eho.-t time, will effect
ar. entire cure f Salt Rheum aud a striking m prove
ment in the clearness of thp pkin. Common Colds and
Itifl.ietiza will always be cured by onedose, or by two in
the wori cases.
PILES The origin 1 1 proprietor of these medicines,
wascurcdof piles or thirty-rive years standing, by the
useof the Life Medicines alone.
Fever and A-jne For this sonrge of the Western
Country, the-e Medicines will be found a safe, speedy
ivA certain remedy. Other medic n?s leave the system
subject t- a return of the disease a cure by tbee medi
cines i permanent try them, be sati-fied and be cured
Biiions Fevers and Liver Complaints. General De
bility, loss of appetite, and Diseases of Female the
Medicines have been used with the mnt beneficial re
sults in Cases of thisdescription: Kings Evil, and Scrof
ula in its worst forms, yields tv the mild, yet power
rut action of these remarkable Medicines. NichtSwets
Nervous debility. Nervous Complaints of all kinds. Pal
pitation of the heart, Painter's Colic, are speedily cur
Afrrcuriflf Dinrnsrs Persons whose constitution
have become impaired by the injudicious use of Mercury
will Ornl these Medicines a perfect cure, as they never
fail to eradicate from the system, all the effects of the
Mercury, iDrtnitely sooner than the most powerful prep
arations of sarsaparilia. w. u MOFK.sT.
335, Broadway, New York.
July 5, I860, ly
Cod Liver Ou,
Venitian Red, G!ue,
Raw and b't umber, Fij
Chalk, Linseed Oil,
Cough Candy, Tanner's Oil, ,
Copal Varnish CA?tile Soap.
Fancy Soap, Tole: Soap,
Tooth brushes, Liiherae.
Patent medicines, Lei.pper
H'hite Varnish. Ink,
- Paint brushes
Steel Pens, Candies,
Gold Pens, . iNiiti.
Hair oil, Set'.
Also, a Splendid Assortment cf
Comprising Lyon's Katharion, Cologne, Tommt'i
genuine ox marrow. Dear greese ami on. mu
esceuces of ail kinds, and of the Quest quality.
Foolscap paper, fancy letter paper, ilt elgel aot
and envelopes, plain, fancy, aud emoossed, jenPB "
and pen-holders, inks of all kinds, inkstudi, w-51'
AS the season is now approaching for transplanting
trees, &,c. we call attention of Tree dealers. Fruit
Growers, and others wishing to beautify their grounds
to our stock of
Fruit and Ornamental Trves. Grape Vines
bhrvbbery, Koses, eye.
Also: all the leading varieties of
Currants, Gooseberries. Blackberries,
&c. , &c, &c.
Of which we have a la'ire stock, and we offer them rpry
low for theFall Trade 1-I. and w.jul 1 solicit the order
of those wishing to purchase.
Enclose stamp, aud send f.-r C itlocn md Price List
F.MSiiX it FORD.
A5n33-Fv2n3 Ohio Nurseries, Toledo, O.
50,000 lalJS lYOOIa U.i.TCD.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Two Extensive Woo!cn Factories
ONE NEW AND FITTED
Willi all the Latest Fine Improvements.
We are pretared to minufwture to order, and
have fi-r s;i'e the following Goods:
Satinets. Heavy and Light,
JEM'S TWEEDS, FLJXJVELS
WHITE, COI.OKFD. STRIPCD AND l'LALV
Xj Inooy a,
ruI2cI li n-cjs. Council White
. and .Mir"'1 1 1-2 Yard 3 icide.
ElauVets of ali Krjl and all Qnalities,
YARNS OF Ai.L SIZES AND COLORS,
"Warranted a!l(ioo tf the best materia.
JJ"We will exchacge the above Goods for Wool
rancy Dyln?r to Order.
We will pay cash for any amount of Wool, at
Flour constantly ca baudforsalc. Tbe beat f rice
raid for mbeat.
N.liUEL Si SON.
Holland Gin. Irish Wh'.'ky. Bonrbon Vhiilty. U.m"
Brandy. Cordial. Part Wine, Madeira, Wine, Wait
and Malaga Wine.
Beinit a resnlar graduate and practicin? Fhf'ici
tbe public may depend upon great cre and accuracy
Brownville, April 25.
Saddle Bridles, Collars, YfhtpS
Lashes. Lines, Guths. Surcingles,
Stirrvps and Leathers, SnaJIe,
Curb and Port Bills, Ring:
Bradoons, Buggy Trimmings.
Plastering' Hair Constantly on' Haul.
In order to auit all, I ma haroes
I have collar from 65cenUto$J eac
Halters lrom io si.Tdeac
1 wlLI. SEil AS LOTV, if not low
tiian any one north of St. Joserii, aad U-O'f
wishing anythins In" my Line will find it ta
their advantaga to give me a call bef;re boy
JOHN W. MIDDLETON,
The inder-i -nd d -in,; business in th-seijyo'
Rr,,wnviile. N-hr:i-k;. uidcr r.atno and ,r710
SFICEL. GRKKN ,L"I CO., have hr.
tire interest in the Clothing Store to David f"e' 7
ill hereafter carry on th business at
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