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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1861)
ION A VINES.
Sfnirk V'f rstirf -ino" "iiniri-e tire Vrit
."rdc vnr'u lie r iib nlkh 1 r.m iu-)ii.iind. The
' plants have been produced with ;rrfftti:ire, under the
Uiust favor.-iWo ci.'vunit.inc'S fr haJlhy dere'.op
meul.aiiti earp.is in ex'-ellcn-y uny that 1 bare here
tofore lx;en bI'Ic to ,2er.
F,r the fall trade, only a limited npp!y of Union
. Viilaffe, rnoir,L'n''lf!,,iI,au;i(i',,Kl.-inburr,Ty-l(.r
T Bullitt,) and Allen'j II) brid ii olfered. Of
lct 'Delaware layer, also, the supply is not large,
but quality Uneiiualvd.
The fctork fro:a Delaware, F;i:gie eye grown both
in house and opin air, is Urgo and Hue. torvine
" yard planting fome strong vines, grafted on C'ataw
" ba end Isabella etock.5, are offered at a low price
roMs rcry strong.
Very lnre layers of Diana, Ilerbemnnt, and Con
cord, prow n with especial care for immediate bear-
in: Good layers c.I Anna, Rogers Hybrid, 12 kinds
also Clara, Ca?i-Jy, To Kalon, Rebecca, Miller's
Inuisa, Logan, Emily, Canby 'a August, Hudson, II.
A general assui tuient of foreign varieties for vi
'. Of Downing' Evcrbcpring Mulberry the supply
13 not large, and a great iart cf the trees already
ordered. They are very vigorous, and the wood
well grown and matured..
Wholesale descriptive list sent to tboso who wish
' to form clubs, on application. List also sent to
dealers. Fourth edition of Illustrated Catalogue
pent for two three cent stamps It is designed to be
a full and comprehensive treatise on the manage
ment of tho vine, giving such information as pur
chasers and growers are supposed to need. Partic
-ular directions are given for the preparation of tha
.soil and planting, and the directions for training
are illustrated by many carefully prepared engrav
ings, " The descriptions of the varieties will be found
accurate and trustworthy, being drawn from person
al Lnoweledge, and very extensive observation.
C . W. GRANT.
IONA, NEAR PEEKSKILL,
.ircsltlicslcr Com IV'ow l'ork.
H. A. TERRY,
Wholesale and Rdail Dealer in
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds,
-'--GRAPE VI1TE3, GO0SE2IT..SIE3,
Currants, llaspberries. Blackberries.
Rote. cn,l Ornamental Shrubbery Generally.
. CRLSCKNT..C1TY IOWA.
E. ir CCRCHES & CO.,
Oregon, Holt Co., Ho.
.The undersigned have long sinct been convinced
the want of a firt class Nursery in the West,
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, &.C.,
Can be adapted to our climate and soil. In view of
thes facts, we have established one at this place,
and have now ia successful cultivakin. which we of
fer for sale at
lVhqhsah or Retail,
The coming season, a largo and well selected stock
uited to this climate, of
Apples, standard and dwarf;
Pears, standard an 1 dwarf ;
Cherries, standard and dwarf :
Evergreens, Ornamental Trees, and Shrubs,
Greenhouse and Bedding Hants, Koses, Dahlias,
4c, 4c, 4c
To which we won Id beg leave to call the attention
of tho people of Western 3Iissouri, Nebraska, Kan
sas and Iowa.
J3T"0ur terms willbe aslow as any reliable east
By -purchhsing of us theerpenseof transportation
from the east can bo saved.
All trees and plants are carefully labeled and
packed in the best manner for any part of tho Unit
ed States, for w hich a charge of the actual cost only
will be made. No charge will be made for the deli
very of packages on board steamboa s.
All communications addressed to the undersigned
ill receive-prompt attention.
A eelect stock of light Groceries constantly on
band and for sale at reduced rates ai the new store
of J. J.THURMAN,
Brownvilie, April II, '61. n40-yly
GOOD NEWS FOR THE UXIMPLOYED
1000 Chances To Make Money !
A MILLION DOLLARS WOTTII
WATCHES, JEWELRY AND
Silver Plated Ware,
TO EE riSPOSED OF OS
AN ENTIRELY NEW
2.SQ0 MIIS WIT!
All persons desiring to seeure an Agency in this
TvJ"ow mn torpriso,
Should send cn thtir names at once, enclosing a 3
cent stamp to "pay pjsta&er and receive by return
. Containing cur
A HARE CII.IXCE TO
MAKE MONEY !
"Without risk, together with
. FULL PARTICULARS
Relative to this
1T0VEL PL AH.
To innre prompt and satisfactory dealicgSjCirect
all orders to
GEORGE G. EVAITS,
439, Chestnut SCrccf,
Te nrn.linerr. Kc ., heloticing lo the Steam Ferry
R..at ciTiMvtini? of one engine complete, and
wrl of liie mav tiiiiery l"r another.
Apply to II. M. ATK.1XS0N, Receiver.
lirowmille. Mar 30, 1S61.
lod; to Ycaa interests!
STEAM FERRY BOAT
7othoein the States contemplating going to
the Nebraska nnd Kansas
The undersigned desire to say , and in so doin z will
not practice deceptioujthat ttore are advantages
to be secured in
Crossing the Missouri river at Rrowcviile,
and outfitting at, and starting from that point, not
to be found at any otherplace cn the Missouri Ri
ver. In the Crst place, on both sides of the river
are large extentsof bottom lards in which gras
makes a much earlierstart than on the uplands, and
ia much more abundant, being inexhaustible the
entire season. Here, then, is a icsirabla place to
recruit stock beforcatarting on the Plains.- Stock
can also be purchased here on very favorable terms
The Rrownville Steam Ferry boat, beir.gthe best
on the River,offers pcculiarinduccmcnts lor cross-
mgat this point. It lslarge anl commodious; with
powerful machinery, which enables the proprietors
to ferry emigrantsand others i a the most expedi
We undertake to say that the busmen men of
Brownvilie areas well prepared to serve those wish
ing supplies, withasupariorquilityand on as fav
orable tcrmsas can be found elsewhere. Everything
desirable can be purchased in Rrownville, such as
Provisions, Clothing, Mining Imple
ments, &c, &c.
The Route from Rrownville to the Mines is nni
rersally admitted by those who have traveled it and
others, to be superior in every respect. Rrownville
is about midway between St. Jo. and Omaha. As
to distance, an examination of the map is all that
is necessary to prove to a 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 thecntire disttnce.whi'.o on many others,
wood has to bo hauled for many days.
The foregoing facts are fully indsatisfactorilycs
tablished by the immense travel of last year, and
thoso who adopt it the present, season will have no
cause toregret having done so. Therefoie
Cross the Missouri Rirerat and start
J0HNT CODDINGTON & CO.,
Proprietors Steam Ferry Boat.
SUGAR CHS HIILS
I HAVE made arrancements with DOUGLAS
BROTHERS, Zanesville, Ohio, the only establihment
in the United States, enpa? ed exclusively in themanu
factnre of Srgho Supar Mills, Evaiorators, &.c.,by
which I can furnish the.'armersin this region with those
much needed articles. Ulie Douglas Suear Mill and Ap
paratus were awarded the First Premium at the Ohio
State Fair; and the highest boner at the United States
Agricultural Society, a silver riedal. I am confident
Farmers of Nebraska. Kansas, Northern .Missouri and
Southern Iowa can find no other to suit them better
either in price or otherwir-e.
Capacity and Price of Mills.
fmee Iron Rollers in Strong Iron Frame.
y0 0 One Dorse Vertical Mill presses from25
to 30 gallons of juice per hour ; price $5(
d0 1 One horse Vertical presses from 25 to 40
pallons of juce per hour ; price 6C
Same as No 1 ; extra heavy, 65
do C Two horse Vertical prees from 35 to 60
rallons of juica per hour: light drift 80
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?cared)press
es from 60 to 75 gallons of juice per hour ;
heavy draft 100
do 5 Four horse Vertical (sing'.e searedjeapa-
citv from 100 to 125 gallons per hour 140
do 6 To horbe Horizontal (b:i-k eeared) suita
ble to attach to Threshing Machine orother
power, presses from 40 to 60 gallons of
juice per honr 100
do 7 Two borse Horizontal Tith vertical shaft
to apply lever to. worked by horses same as
Vertical. presses 40 to 60 gallons per hour 100
do 8 Four horse Horizontal (hack geared) suit
able to attach toThreshu.g Machine or other
power, presses 73 to 100 tallons per hours I5f
do 9 Six horse Horizontal (back geared) calcu
lated for water or steam power, ready for
the belt, and with capacity to workToff a crop
of from 15 20 aces of Cane, I5C
It. IV. FURXAS, As't.
A Benevolent Inst itvtion estcblithed ly tpecial En
dowment, for the Relief of the i:c and vmrestea,
afflicted vith Virulent and Epidemic Diteatef, and
especially for the Cure of DUeaset of the Sexual
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the Acting
Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with a description
of their condition, (;ige, occupa'ion, habits of life, &.c.,)
and In cases of extreme poverty, Aieaicmes xurnisnea
free of charge.
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhoea, and other dis
ease of the Sexual Organs, and on theXEw REME
DIES employed in the Dispensary, sent to the afflicted
in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Twoor three
Stamps for postage will bo acceptable
Address DR. J. SKILLIN II JKi HTON, Acting sur
geon, Iiowara Association, z, somn . mm aireei,
Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors.
EZRA D. HEAUTWJSLL.,i'reS.
Geo. Fairchild, Sec'y.
October IS, 1660. nl5-yly
Ever offered in this Market.
XO DOURT ABOUT IT!
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cotliing Store,
BROWNVILLE, IT. T.
Announce to the pcblic that he has opened cut a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
DERWEAR, &.C., &C, &.C.
Unprecedented in qninTitr, rnality and prices, ne
lsdetermined his prices sna:l correp.ind with the
times, and therefore offer here in the Wct-t, at just
as low rates as such goods can be purchased anywhere
in the United States. As a sample of his prices he
will niention that he .e'.is
Coats from $1,25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from $1 to $5.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Fancy and White Shirts, Sns
ders, Neckties, Socks, Handkerchiefs, fcc., In the same
The proprietor embrace this opportunity of returning
thanks for past patronage, and promise to spare no ef
fort in the future to give entire satisfaction.
OfvXl ctxxc3L ie liim. r
Brownvilie, June IS, lS61.-ly
The partnership heretofore existing under the name
and style of Lusbbausa ts. Carson at Brownvilie, Xe
bratkt, was, on the first ua? of November, dissolved by
mutual consent, by the wittdrawal of B. F. Lusbbaugh.
John L. Carson wil! settle the unfinished business of
the old Arm and contine tl:e Banking and Real Estate
Agency business as heretofore at the old stand.
B. F. IXSHBAflH
Nov. 1st, 1SC0. JOHN. L. CARSON.
Tn severing my business connexion with my late part
ner, I deem this a proper opportunity of expressing my
tbanks for the patronage bestowed spon our firm, during
the period in which we were engaged in businss.
It affords me much pleasure ali-o to commend to the
favorable consideration of the friends of the old firm my
ucce.sor in buiness, Mr. Carson, a gent'eman in every
way worthy of the conflder.ee and support of a discrim
B. F. LCSHBAVGn.
y lu lii
MAIN STREET, BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Takes pleasure in announcing that he has now on hand, a large nnd select ti-k of every art cle in his line,
COOK SBQIES n t
Of all the Improved pat'ers : viz: Plymouth Rock, Charter Oak. Valley Forge. Klevated Oven, &c,
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, some of which are entirely new desiens, viz : A combined
Cook and Parlor stoves, something very nice indeed for small families
HEAVY SHEET IKON EOli SUGAR BOILERS
And Large Cast Iron Kettles from 8 to 22 gallons.
Coal and Lard Oil Lamps 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 cduntry
I am prepared to put up guttering and spoutiu? and all other work of my line at the shortest notice, and in a
workmanlike manner, which 1 warrant io &;ive satisfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undorsold in the upper country J C. DEUSER.
Brownvilie, August. 30 1SG0.
K Y i r . n
Tat Aug hmm ''-VsC tE.M q t'-r if t, : . . 4 iM
I, ASS W ABM,
Come and see and Secure Bargains.
Brownvilie. August. 30. 1SG0.
BRO W N V T L L E
Of la I kinds, for sale at tnis olnce.
1 S t
JOHN A. PONN,
From his Old Stand on the Levee to
WHITNEY'S NEW ELOCK.
BROWXVILE X. T.
Where he has opened up a
STAPLE AXD FA?; CY
A Large Stock of Choice Family
G- roc osrl s
And a fine assortment of
A well selected Stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Boots aud Shoes.
II. 3IcCOR3HfI. &UIMiS.,.
lzvet sis. yorvx-s.
An Average, of over 4,000 each Year. Sde Anv
increased from 1CC0 in 5 1 1 o 5,C0O . '60.
ITlS 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 his Stock, feclinfj assure1 he will be
able to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
iiras tie m
Pnre Bred Fancy Poultry.
For sale Iilack Spanish, White Dorkings, Golden
and Spangled Polands, Sebright, 15!ack African, red
and white Bantams, white and wild Turkeys, 'ea-
Fowls, white and brown Hong Kong, llremen and
wild Geese, White "Crei'ted" Aylesburgh and Mus
covy Ducks. Common and Madagascar Knbbits.
All animal's S' Id will be can-fully boxed with the
necessnry feed, and delivered at the Express officei
Address W. A. liUUDIMi, Oak Lawn
n37v5 ' Lockport. Will Co.
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Brownvilie and vicinity, that he has
jusi opened a new LIVERY STABLE, uhere he will always be
ready to furnish gentlemen with
JOHN: A. SMALL.
Brownvilie, June 19th, ISol.
AJC aspcrient and Stomachic preparation of IRON'
Purified of Oxygen and Carbon by combustion in Hydro
Pen. Sanctioned by the highest Medical Authorities,
both in Europe and the United States, and prescribed
In their practice.
The experience of thousands daily proves that no
preparation of Iron can be compared with it. Impuri
ties of the blood, depression or vital energy, pale and
otherwise sickly complexion indicate its uecesty in
almost every conceivable case.
Innoxious in all maladies in which it has been tried,
has proved absolutely curative in each oi the following
In Debility, Acrrous AITeciIons,
Emaciation, Dyspepsia, Consti
pation, Scroinliis Tuberculosis,
Malt Ilheuni, illismenstruation,
lVIiites, Chlorosis, Liver Com
plaints, Ilheumatisni, Chronic
IIea!aclies, Intermittent Fevers,
Pimples on the rate, &c.
lncasesof GENERAL DEBlLITr whether the result
of acute disease, or of C"!ii:nueLdimin'i:ioii ( n.' vi.u-
and muscular enertry f r un o i :c . 'oil" a i i.h i..
of thjs restorative h.is pr .tc i -ri'j. t.. .u . x :
whtch no de cripfii pi no n:i f. .itit;iti..!. w-i;ij
render credible. Invalid-ko .. u. iitd-i iuden a- i. tiive '
become forgotten in tlieiroivn neiljO i; u-hkIk baveud
denly re-appeatied in the b'l.y w..i ! ir j it rei'ii ned
from protracted travel in Ui.-i nt iand. Some very
sipnal instances t this kind ate attested of female
sufferers, emaciated victici of npyatent m-iraiitiu".
sanguineous exhaustion critical haijses and ttjt ct m- :
clication of nervous and dyspeptic aver. Mon to air and !
exercise for which (he physician tiasiin name.
I NERVOUS AFFECTIONS ..f all kinds and tor
reasons familiar tonndical men the oppi -arton i f this j
preparation of iron must neiessariiy b- sailarj. fr- ;
unlike the oid oxides, it i-t vmoroiisiy ti.nir, wniiottt i
being exciting and overheating; and gently, regularly
aperient, even in the most obstinate cases of cvstivenes
without ever being a gastric purgative, or inflicting a
It is this latter property, amon? othet'-i. which makes
it so remarkably effectual and perwanent a remciy for
Piles, upon which it alsoappears to exert aoisiinct and
specific action, by dispersiLg the Icca: tendency wh.ch
In DVSPEPSIA innumerable as are itsca't-es, a sinicle
box of these Chalybeate Pills hasof.en ."iiftlced f. r the
most habitual cas inclnding tre atte'idant Costrvenvs:
In unchecked Dl AltRlIf'EA. eveu wbeu adv.uued ts
DYSEXTART. co'itlrmed. rmaci ititig. an l Hp;.arently
'naiit;nant. the effects have been equally decisive ann
In the local pains. loss of Beh anil stren'.th. debilli
atiegcough. and remittent hectic, which generally in
dicate INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, tbis remedy has
allayed the alarm of friends and physicians, in several
very gratifving and interesting instances.
In SCROFULOCS TUBERCULOSIS, tbis medicated
iron has had far m re than the goods effects of the mcst
cautiously balanced preparations of iodine, without any
or their well known liabilities.
The attention of females cannot be too confidently in
vited to this remedy and restorative, in the cases pecu
liarly affecting them.
In RHEUMATISM, both chronic and inflammatory in
the latter, however, more decidedly it has been invari
bly well reported, both as alleviating pain and reducing
the swellings and stiffness of the joints and muscles.
In INTERMITTENT FEVERS it ninst necessarily be
a great remedy and energetic restorative, and its pro
gress in 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 of medirin, which exerts such prompt, happy, avA
fully restorative effects Go-! appetite complete
tion, rapid acquisition of stTencth, with an unusual dis
position for active and cheerful exercise.
Put up in fiat metal boxes containiu; 60 pills, price 50
cants per box; for sale by dru?jists and dealer-. Wiil
be sent free to anv address oa receipt of the price. All
letters, orders, etc., should be addressed to
II. B. LOCKE & CO.,
GEN'. AGENTS. 20 Cedar st., N. T.
August 2. '60 ly.
As a Reaper, th "McCormick" bad been berore
the .American public for the last twentj years. and
daring that time has gained a reputation which ia
u World-Wide." Notwithstanding the yearly in
creasing "competition, and the host of inventors en
gaged in the development of Reaping Machines, the
"McOormick" leads the van the acknowledged su
perior of all iu the march fur practical improve
ment. The rejresentation3 made by other minufaotur
that the McCormk-k was "once" a noted Reaper,
but is now antiquated. is simply ridiculous, as the in
creasing demand will prove. No single establish
ment in the WORLl), m-innfactures so largely of
these implements, and nono expends equal money
time or talent in rdiahle improvement.
Many changes have been effected during thepsst
season, and tor ISol, the ".UeUormick n presentnl
greater attraction than ever belore. A a Reaper
SIMPLICITY, STRENGTH AND DU
command it to tbsfarmrr, while its capacity fo
work, with economy of poicer, give it the prefcren'
over all others.
1 he compacting the trnmo, tliu scaring a more
perfect balance to the machine: the position of the
raker, in the rear the driver, thus niacin' the
weight where it should b" and relieving the we-ik
erpaitsof the machine: the decreased weight and
slight indentation of the
and other improvements add.
sencd the direct draught, aud so .bvi.urd tsa id
arangnt tuat many :inre ns that it does not now
vxi.it. Tho draught of the Reaper is so liht h:t
in numerous instances the large four-hi,rs.e machine
ia worked with but to horses.
SEEDS AUD HAChST;
No. 14, Kona M;a SJ. I
rv m .
.sign oj tat (Jill pi
And Xo's. 2C3 Xorth yourth St
' OT2''3 P.;
A TIT! T? T? fTTT'TT' W r . , .
Plows. Harrows, Cultivators, II
Shovels, Spades. Picks, Axes, Hatc!
Scythes. Snaths, Cradels, f.jrti G-i-'.
Cahton's Broadcast Seed Sowers' HJn'''
Hay, Straw and Corn Stock Cut'er
Tnrehers, Corn Shelters. PumM '
:1:1c. tilts Castor wh-
d, h-ive materially !
As A Irlovrsr,
the machine of 1S:1 will be found fully eoual
to itiiy test that it may be submitted to. The slight
indentation of the Sickh;, its lightness and combi
nation with the benrj and Pnrs, allows an increas
of motion not pract-cnblo in other m.ichines, thus
enablingns to o ytmd trod; withaa slow team,ox-
en. even, working well. Our
Improved Guard aud Patent Cleaver,
etfeetuiilly prevents choking, no matter what the
condition of the grass while ,ur new divider point
separates badly I IgeJ and tangled clover or grais,
wh-re other machines fail.
Tbero is also a great advantage in our serrated
.:..m. -j. -i . .
i-..Mrv'igo vi toe smooia. as it does not require
sharpening so often, thus saving time. Onr Sickle
will frequently run through an entire harvest with
out once grinding, while the smooth edgo must b-?
ground oncee.ich d:iy, if not of tenor. With a smoth
edge tho draught increrses as the knift? beeomo dull.
Our draugot is uniform, and in repeated trials du
ring the season of ISt0. proved far lighter than sin
gle Mowers, cuttiug at the same time from twelve ti
eighteen inches wider.
Our Mower can be used with cr without the reol
tnis is important, and without the reel, weighs but
about biO pounds.
In addition to the very liberal warrantee given to
all pcrehasers, we would s:vy' as heretofore, thai far-
iuo! nuu mn uwire u.areai tioeriy to work our
machine through the harvest, with any other, and
keep, and pay for. the one preferred.
F'smphlcts with full description of improvements
testimonials, tc. can be had by application to
THEODORE KILL, A
April 18. IsM.
McCat's Life Pills
PIKE XIX BITTERS,
These medicines have now been before the public for
a period of thirty years, and during that time have
maintained a hi'h character in almost everv nart nf tha
Globe, f'-r their extraordinary and inimediat. newer o
restoring perfect health to personssoC'eriiig under near
ly every mud of disease to which the hum. in rraion i
The following are some of the distrnssinz variPtf
human diseases in which the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Are well known to be infallible.
Dyspepsia, by thoroughly cleansing the first and spc-
ond st.miaehs, and creating a fl.w of pure healthy bile,
instead of thestale acrid kind, Flatulency. Loss of Ap
peeite. Ileanburn. Headache, Restlessness IU-temner.
Anxiety, Languor, and Melancholy, which are lhe cen
tral symptoms or uyspeps'a, will vanish, as a nitual
coiiseauence of its cure.
Coativnes, by cleansing the whole length of thein
tesiiues wnn a solvent process, ami withoiitvioler.ee:
an violent purges leave the bowels ""s;ive within two
rM-M . I -111:, i i . . . . .
x tio j, oi an moos, uy resioring tne Dlool to a regu
lar circu laaon, ttiro'ii;h the process of nprnirarion in
such cases, ami the thorough solution of ail intestinal
oustructii'n m others.
The Life Medicines have been known to cure Rheum
'ism permanently, in .nree weeks and Oout in half
mat time by removing locai nirl unmation from the mns
cles and ligaments from the joints
Dropsies jfall kinds, by freeiiiu and strencthenincr
in kiuiipj s ami nta ider : ti;ey operate ni..t de.i 'htful
ly on tupse important organs, and hence have evpr hmrn
roiiiuia cert mi remedy fo;. the worst n.xo.i ;r-.i
ii T r ' , , .
a'.so irurmj, y ns longing in.ni the turn inn of th
howeis the slimy nutter to which these creatures ad-
Scurvy. "Vrr?T;d Inveterate Sores bv thrrrfnoi
pun. ".i" uiese i.ue jiPdiMnesgive to tho blood ahd
arnl an trie numors.
See; hn'ic Eruption anI b-,d 'i.m'exi .s hv their al
ternative effects t-j. ;i the fluids that teed the kin, and
iur m o w.., i-. jic n m an ii oc.-.i-i .ns a 1 1 ernt'tive com
plaints.. sallow,c;ou !y, aiidother disa.reeab ecomples-
Thenseof these pilN for a very short time, will effprt
an entire cure of Salt Rheuni and a striking mprove
ment in the clearness of the skin. Common Colds and
Influenza will always be cured by one dose, or by two id
the worsj cases.
PILES TheoriTiml pr. irietor of these medirinpq
wascuredof piles ot thii ty-ilve years standing, by the
use of the Life Medicines al mp.
Fever and Anue yr this stource of tv frtm
Country, these Medicines will be fvwi a safe, speedy
md certain remedy. Other me-iu mes !eve the system
subject to a return of the ilisease a cure by these medi
cines is permanert try them, be s-Hi-fied and be etirpd
BiliousFeTers.in i Liver Complaint. General De.
bility. loss of appetitt. and Diseases f Female the
Medicines have been n-ed with the most beneficial re
sults iu c,,es of thi-des-.-riptlon: Kings Kvil. and Scrof.
ula in its worst forms, yieldi to the tuild, yet piwer
fulactionof the-e rematk.iMe Medicines. NizhtSwets
Xervous debility Nervous Complaints of all kind. Pal
pitation of the heart. Painter's Colic, are speedily cur
ed y'errvritil Disemrs pr,,ns woe constitution
have become imiM-el by he i; iu.iici .iis u-e ..f Mercury
will Cm! ft c e MiHi 'i'ic. a l ei.'ect cue is they never
i.iii :o f raoe. ire r-c in in -y-teni aii ilie eiyincts of the
Me-cuvy infinitely ':ier lu in the most n erftil prep-
uraiionsoi oarsapa 1 1 1 ia . w. K .ll)KF.T.
335 Broadway. New Toi k.
Jnly6 I860 ly
AS the season is now approaching f.ir t a isplanting
tree tic. we call attention of TVee ! 1 Kriut
Gr. wers. and others wishing to benfity riieir s. iitiN
tt our sto-k of
Fmitand Ornamental Tries. Grape. Vines.
Shrubbery, Roses, &r.
Also: all the leading varieties of
Currants, GoorjHrrip. Il.jrUHrrj. .
Rasil'rris. Si raw r -rno.
&c. . &i-.. .
Of wliich we have a I cp stock a id we .flri r t'w m vp v
..w f r t!ieF! T' ad istjl .uid w- t ,t . ,,j ;;(. ,r;(-" ;
of lhoe wihiiivJ io i;ri b i -. j
Knciose staiu;i ;;i I -cm I i cf r! -'f 'n I P ice Li -t
KMM.iN 5 I (iRD
Av5:i33-Fv2ii3 - Ohio .Vur.-triM. Toledo, O.
Klrbj's American Iron Carrel !
Revolving and Spring tooth Horse Hv a., K" !
Kranser's Cider and Wine Mill wi;ap-J, ' ,
Soiar Cane Crushers ana Evar.rator3 !
Mott's Potrable Fi.rr.ce and Caldrms' -
Portable Engines and Horse Powers.. ' 1
Portable Floiirand Corn Meal Mills 1
"'! mm iron o King naiTii:.ery
Mortising and Tenoning Machines '
j.iincis. ooii tuners oacn bcrow, ?
n,.aa,.. D.i...i. r ... . .. ..' "Oj
t O o r. i ir ,aLor- f'SC flll'I UetlOW
limiuci iiu ivnui'trr ufriun
Lace Leather and Steam Packing,
Frenrhe's Wishins M ichitie S p'eV1Vi
CARDEX. GRASS AXD OTHER iri
53-Send lor f!ircn-a A
Orders solicited and prompt !v ericovy
March 1?61. (Fiil-4:n-Ai?S-4:r,)
CITY DRUG STCPi
SIGX OF THE 3IOI1
1 AIL .
lorncr of 'Main iml Second
DR. JOHN CRIM I
AXX0UXCE3 to the pr.blic that he , 3-.rV,
R. Bro vn, the City rrg Store, in BrowLr v7
THE BEST SELECTED
And, perhaps, the
LARGEST STOCIC OF LRl'GX
above St. Joscrll
His stock consists of the following a-ticlei, i. t a
will sell cheap forca.-fc:
Pure White Lead,
Cod Liver 0:i.
Venitian Red, fji .
Raw and b't iimlr r, F;;
Chalk. Linseed 0.1,
Couh Candy, Tanner's Oil,
Copal Varnish CAStile Soap,
Fancy Soap, Toilet Soap.
Tooth brushes, Liiherae,
Patent medicines, Let.pnr.-r
H'hite Varnisi'i. 'Ink,
Also, a Splendid Assortment of
Comprising Lyon's Katharion Co!
genuine ox marrow. b-ar greee ami
esceuces of all kinds, and of the nnt':
Foolscap paper, fancy letter paper, ei!t e.':t"I s
and enveloiie-, plaia. fancy and emoo'-c! r'1 f '
and pen-holders, inks of all kinds, inkitar-ls, l'r'
Ilolland Oin. Tr(h VMit, tlnnrhdH Wh.-rv. I s
Brandy. Cordial. Port Wine. Madeira. Wine, H'tii -' j
and Malaga Wine. !
Reing a Teenlar Tadnj o,l nnrti:ng PV
thepnblic may depend op-n great cai e i"1 ct'jrl';- '
Brownvilie. April 25. tt'.T
Saddles, Rrldlcn, Collars ThiPv
Lash. Lines G.ti.hs, . Surdrr
Sirmjis ami Leathers, Sua',
Curb and Port Dills, Ring
loops. Cuzzy Trit.imingt-
Constantly, on Ilacd-
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
My snrply of Boots, Shoes, n.Tts anl C-ts never was
s large, ncr was I ever prepared to otfer such b-rza:.ns.
Brewnvi'.le. April S5th, 16I.
50,000 MIS WOO 3a WAMCD.
ST. JOSEPH, JO.
Two ExtenMvr Woolen Factories are in
ONE NEW AND FITTED UP
With all the Latest Fine Improvements.
We are irej.ared to manufacture to order, and
hare for sale the following Goods:
Satinets. Heavy and Light,
JEAXS TWEEDS, FLA XX ELS
WHITE, COLORED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
Fulled limeys, Colored TThlte
and .Mixed, 11-2 Yards wide.
' FULLED CLOTH,
Blankets cf a!i Kinds and a!I Qualities,
YARNS OF ALL SIZES AND COLOLS,
Warranted all Uoods of the best material.
J3;We will exchange the above Goods for Wool
Fancy Dyinjy to Order.
We will pnvciih for any umouct of Wool, at
Flour constactly on Land fcrsale. Thebestprice
paid f(.r w'leat.
N. DUEL i. SON. EULLL i DIXON.
lo n iii a'
I make harneff trCn f
I have collar from 65 cents to $2 eac
Halters from TSc. lo eacb-
1 wlLI. SELL AS LOT, if not lo
tliiin anyone north of St. Joserh. iod ti0J
wisliins any t bins in my line will find i
their advantage to give raa scall bei?r9 tsT
J0ILV W. MIDDLET0X,
'?iottxtii.m; a, t.
Notice New Firin.
The rr.-l?rsisne.l d-in- bu.-ineM in the "j?
nr.)wnvil. Nebnka. urder name and
Vif.VI i.l'l t V I l rt -t CO.. h: ' ".
t;r . 5n.r..- It th Cli'lhiri' St..r-f . t" Pv
irhn w:!I Lereafter carrv on the bus.ne-
1. SA VI r.L i;
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