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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1861)
""10 N A VINES.
MY 'Stock of native vine.'' comprise nil tlie Trit
.bWVarieties with which I am attainted. Ths
. lahtf have been produced with greatcare, under the
lujt favorable eircum.Uner? for healthy den iop-fti-rnV,aiid
surpass in excellency any that I bavebere
tf f.itv rwen nbli tii filT-T.
' FortbTaH trn-1e, only a limited supply of I'nion
Viilagp, Lenoir, ( Lincoln,) Pan tin', KiMr'jrg, Tny
1oT t'nr L'jIlitt.Vand Allen' Hybrid i ;2crd. Of
.bc.t IMaware layers, aho, tho ruppijri Bvt large,
but nalify uie ;'!!!; ,1.
The frtick fii.lfl.iw;ire, flngle -yr grr-. n ' t
in liouse n3 t.tca air, i !,ir"e an! fin p. For vii-u-
jTiTJ.TffrTTn.X' F-'ifla'Mr.-r..-; rti'.as, grafted a Cataw
ba and Isabella stock?, arc u.rend at a low price
rrxli very etn.pg.
Very largo layer? of Diana, Ilerbcmnnt, and Cnn-
a " L t r. - : 1 : . ; rt 1
log. Good layers r.f Anna, Hirers' Hybrid, 12 kind?
b-o Clara, Ca?iJy, To Kal.n, lUbeccn, Miller's
Louisa, Jogari, Emily, Canby'a August, Hudson, H.
"Prolific, Cuyahoga. Ac.
A general njsortincnt of foreign varieties for ti-
Of Dowcing'g Ercrbcariug Mulberry the supply
fj not large, end a great part of the trees already
ordered. They are very rigorous, and the wood
well g-own and matured.
HTLoIe.'-aT;! "2o.crt p'.ive list Jcnt to thoxe who wish
toforia dabs, on application. List ! gent to
dealer. Fourth edition of Illustrated Catalogue
rent for two three cent stamps It is designed to be
foil and comprehensive treatise en the manage
ment of the vine, giving such information as pur
chaser and growers oro Fiipp?ed to need. Partie
ular directions are given for the preparation of the
oil and planting, and the directions for training
are illustratod by many carefully prepared engraving.
. 1 be descriptions or tne varieties will be louna
accurate' and trustworthy, being drawn from person
ad knowclcdge, and very extensive observation.
C . V. GRANT.
- IONA, NEAR PEEKSKILL,
Westchester Co., Xcw York.
The machinery, 8tc., teloniriiig to the Steam Ferry
Jlat "Otoe," consisting of 'one engine complete, and
part of the machinery for another.
Apply to II. H. ATKINSON', Kceelrcr.
Krownvillc, May 30, 1S61.
A pclcct ettck of light Groceries constantly on
band and for sale at reduced rates ai the new store
of . J. J. TIIURMAN,
. Prwnville, April II, 6I. nlO-yly
20,000 young and straight Apple Tree?, in twentj
"WAlfTTD. Twenty-five bogs from 4(Tto 80 lbs.
weight at high prices, to bo paid for iu Nursery
Stock at low prices.
Orinoco Tobacco Seed.
Fiit op in paper sufficient to plant five acres at
15cta ; a red etamp to bo enclosed to pay return
30 bushcla coed rpnng Wheat at 75cts per bushel
All the above to be delivered at Prownvilic.
Aug. 1861. R. O. THOMPSON.
' The subscriber has for sale the coming Autumn
the following :
00 Houghton's Seedling and Cluster Goosebery.
I,TJ00 lied Dutch Curiam.
' 2.000 New Rochelle blackberry.
' 200 Red Antwarp Raspberry.
200 Rrincklo'i Orange u
100 White Grape Currant.
. $00 Victoria Rhubarb.
. 600 Isabella Grape.
. 500 Catawba Grape.
100 Concord Grane.
. 100 Tuttle'aKed "Grape (New and fine.)
- Also: large assortment of Ornamental Shrub
bery, for which eeo priced liet, which will be for
warded gratis on application.
n. A. TERRY,
Ausr. IS5I. Crescent Citv. Iowa.
H. A. TERRY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds,
GRAPE TITHES, GOOSEBERRIES,
Currants, Raspberries, Blackberries.
Rottti end Ornamental Shrubbery Generally.
CKESCENT CITY IOWA.
AS the season in now approacbin? for transplanting
tree, k. we call attention f Tree dealers, Fruit
to our ctock. of
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grape Vines,
Shrubbery, Roses, r.
Also: U Uie leading varieties of
Currants, Gooseberries, Blackberries,
fee, Sec, &c.
Of which wehave a la se stock, and we offer them very
Tow for theFall Trade 1861,.aud would bolicit the orders
of thone wjshinR to purchase.
' Enclose ktanip, and send for CMalcne and Price List.
Av6n33-rv2n3 Ohio Nurseries, Toledo, O.
Flowers, Fruits, &c.
JOriX A. KENXICOTT.at tbe Grove Nursery,
West Northfield, III., baa ready fordelivcry :
liulbs, especially Tulips, at the low rate of $2,50
per 100. and $20 per thousand for largo roots.
Strawberries, of all the most approved varieties,
from 2 to 4 dollars a thousand for most, a few sorts
like Wilson's Albany, higher Evergreens 20 to 40
ccjitu per foot, according to variety and form ave
rage 25 cents. -
Fruit Trees in good variety. Apple at from 8 to
"13 dollars per 100 and the smaller the cheaper and
better for dictant customers.
Small Fruits Currants, Houghton Gooseberry,
Raspberries, Blackberries, Ac, much lower than ever
Ornamental Trees, Roses and other Hardy Shrub
kory. in great variety and abundanco ; and 10,000
small to large plants of Upright iloneyucklos, Lil
acijSpireas, Dcuttia Scabra, l'rim, Ac., at from I to
10 per hundred. And the beautiful Diebytra Fjcc
' alxilii and other choire perennials at from 1 &0 to 2
per dotes, and common things all desirable at
about half price.
Catalogues by mail on application ; and evcry
. thing wifely packed for distant transportation ; and
i a rule most things sold i taV nut ten per cent, less
in autumn than spring. f-no-l-vl
Isabella Grape Vines
wrongly Hooted J'lants, d to 4 years old,
Many of them already fruiting in the nursery,
are now offered at $10 por hundred or $75 per thou
sand.' Tlie Ficn li aspberry.
. At'$4per 100. Large quantities at greatly ro
6uced rale. It needs no winter protection and
bear two annual crops of fruit.
Young CataJp, 4 to C feet $4 per hundred ; 5 to
T Teet $5 per 100.
Hardy Climbins Roses, Fracrant Ilnnov Suckles.
ftod nursery dock in general at the lowest rates.
RICHARD M. CONKLIN. .
Evergreen Nursery, Cold Spring Harbor
FLUSHING. N. Y.
Will send their new Strawberry Catalogue, com
prising liO varieties, and new Catalogues f Bul
bous Flowers and Grapes to applicants enclosing
Prince's Scarlet Magnate Triomphe de'Gand,
Hooker's Jenny Lin l, and 20 other varieties $1 per
100 and $5 per 1000. Wilson's Albany, 7 5c U per
100, $4 per 1000, $10 for 3000. Austin's Seedling
f I per J)oien.
.' For othor splendid varieties see Catalogues.
.. T take this method to return thanks to the citizens of
Brownville and vlcinitj for their former littcial patron
ace, and to inform tUeta that 1 have Kld my stock of
Pruci and Medicine in the w
CITV DR'l'C STORK.
I am now so sitnated and prepared to tlevote my
eut.re attention to my profet-ional busiiicbs as a
' Pliysician and Surgeon,
and as such, will be ready at all times to vij.it, and with
the bet f care and skill assist the t-ick nd wounded in
their affliction, on the most lil eia! terms.
My office at present is at J.J. Tiiunnau's Drug Store
at tlje sign of the Mortar and Elk Horns.
JOUXCRIM, M. D.
Brownvllle, Aurnst, 22, 1S61.
A LfmvoUnt Inst Hution tt.:hHthel by tyciil E-dc-iruieat.
for the Uelicf of tt Sick ami Dittrctstd.
c'.'utc-' r';if: Yirvh-nt'r.ud rpidemie I)is ar. and
f;ieciati'j fcr the Cure Qj Dneaso of the Sexual
J-if.mCAl. ADVICE liven crsti .;, fylhc ActJi
I a tJ.clr c-!'i'!ili. n ( PC, rr:: r ri n. t: n?r1 :cf life, &..)
i a:j Jn . i i c.trp.ue p-srty, Jte-3icir.es furuULed
I Val.t-'e Kc:.'"-;. '. S erri l'l'riho-a, nnd other
I eas-e -f the ."-t'xual )rri'i. iiiid O'.i UieNKW KEJ1K-
DlKb c-npl' ed iii the Pi.-r-cniary, sent to the ar.iict?d
in f eak-.l leiicr i.vei.-;.-e-. free ol i!.aige. Two or turc-e
Sunn's for p't.ie will lie acceptable
Adircsi UK.. J. SCILL1S I OCiiHTON', Actins Sur
er. n, Howard Association, N i. 2, South Ninth Street,
1'hili.deiphia, Pa. By order of the Direct rn.
EZRA 1). IIKABTWELL, Tres.
CFa. Fairchit.d, SetJy.
fh.io! er IS, V-60. El5-yly
Ever offered in this Market.
XO KOURT ACOL'T IT I
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cotliing Store,
EROWNVILLS, N. T.
Announce to the pul,llc t,iat be has opened out a
ROOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
DERWEAR, &c, &c, &c.
Unrrecedentc-d In Qtiantity, qualify and prices, lie
sUcterminel his prices shall correspond with the
times, and therefore offer here in the West, at just
as low rates as such goods can ke purchased anywhere
iu the United States. As a sample of his prices he
will mention that he sells
Coats from $1,25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from $1 to $5.
Boots, Shoes, ITats, Caps, Fancy and White Shirts, Sas-
ders, Neckties, i'jeks, Handkerchiefs, ftc, in the same
The proprietor embrace this opportunity of returning
thanks for past patronage, and promise to spare no ef
forts in the future to give entire satisfaction.
Call 1x1 cl ooo liim.
Brownville, Jnne 15, lS61.-ly
ROIiT. XV. ri'KXAS,
miowvii.Li:x x. t
IPIl PLOW WORKS
Of Kchrasha and N. W. Missouri:
AGAIN I would call the attention of the farmers
of Nebraska and Missouri, to the fact that I have on
hand and am constantly manufacturing, at my Plow
Factory, in Oregon, Mo., wagons, and every pattern of
One and Two Horse Plows,
And Harrow Teclli
Together with everything in this line used by a farmer
I take the responsibility of saying that my two horse
plows will do better work, in stubble or any kind of
rough frround, than any I manufactured or sold in this
upper country, ily two-horse and prairie plows will be
sold, for cash e n terras, such as will place tneni in the
reach of every farmer.
My Plows can be obtained from my acont at Iowa
Point, K. T., Brownville, Nodaway county, Marietta,
Rush Bottom, Holt county, Brownville. N. T.. and For
est City. MAUTIN nOl'FMAM.
N. B. All kinds of repairing done with neatnessand
dispatch, on liberal terms.
Oi eeon,Mo., May, 1 SCO.
Theodore Hill, Agent
At Brownville, N. T., keeps on hand a geueral assort
ment of Huffman's Plows.
Brownville. May, 1860, ir
AT FAIR VIEW NURSERY, HALF
A MILE WEST OF SIDNEY IOWA.
These trees are the largest of their a?c io be found
la the State they a re adapt ol to the soil and climate
25,000 4 year old trees, ltt choice, 20 centj each
2d sine, 15 cents each
45,000 2 year old trees (they aro nice once) at 10
400 2 year old Houghton Seedling Gooseberry,
full of fruit bud, 15 cents each
800 2 year old Red Dutch Currants, full of fruit
buds, 15 cents each
1000 1 year old Red and White Dutch Currants,
at 10 cents each
200 1 year old Concord Crape Vines at 50 cents,
each, this is tho best known grape
200 1 year oil Isabella Grapo Vinc8 at 25 cents
Standard and Dwarf Tears at 50 cts each
Iu exchange for tho above, I will take Wheat and
Flour at tho Sidney market price, or young Cattle,
Lumber, Cash, or slow notes with ten percent in
terest From present indications we will have a wet season
and those that wish to set out Orchards will do well
to como and get trees.
March 14, 'CI. n35-tf HENRY BROT2T.
SEEDS AND MACHINES,
No. 14, North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS. MO.-
S:gn of tht Gilt Plow,
And No's. 'Mi North Fourth SU, or21S Broadway.
PLANT & BROTHER,
A-UE RECEIVING a larpe assortment of
Plown, Harrows, Cultivators, Hoes, flakes,
Shovels, Spades. Picks, Axes, Hatchets
Scythes. Suaths, Cradels, Forks, Grindstones,
Cahoon's Broadcast Seed Sowers, Seed Drills
Hay, Straw and Cjrn Stock Cutters, '
Threshers, Corn Shellers. Pumps.
KIrbj's American Iron Harvester.
Revolving and Sprine tooth Horse nay Rakes,
Krauser's Cider and Wine Mills wiih Press,
Sugar Cane Crushers and Kvaporators,
Mott's Portable Furnace and Cah'.rous,
Portable Engines and Horse Powers,
Portable Fluursnd Curn Meal Mills,
Wood and Iron Working Machinery,
Mortising and Tenoning Machines,
I-alhers, Bolt Outers. Coach Scre ws, Lanterns,
Queen's Portable Force and BclloWj,,
Leather and Rubber Belting,
I-acc Leather and Steam Packing,
Frenche's "W's.-hins Machine, Steclvard. S-!es
GAKLES, GRASS AXD OTHLK SECVS. '
, 5TTSend for lircuiars.4."3
Orders to licit ed and jiropipt lv rxicute.1 t.y
, ,c, PLANT & RROTHEn.
March, 1SC1. l"ril-4m-Au3S-iui)
The bCKt iraetical work yet pr.blisljcl. Sent for one
dollar. Bees for Kale by the swarm w ith' Italian Qtieen
t;iass honey bcxes, &c, Kc. Circulars with particu
lars tent to all amiU u nts. Ad.lreRs
JuLuvilSo. a. T.
M FA H
MAIN STREET. BROWNVILLE, N. T. y
Takes pleasure ia annonncmf? that he has n.jwon hand, a larce and select stock of every art cle in his line,
Of all the improved patters ; viz : piymoutu Rock, Charter Oak, Valley Forge, Klevated Oven, &c,
A owffWtft) es0(nm
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, some of which are entirely new designs, viz
C-ok and Parlor stoves, somethiu very uice indeed for small families
HEAVY SHEET IKON lOii SUGAK I30ILERS
And Large Cast Iron Kettles from 8 to 22 gallons.
Cofcl and Lard Oil Lamps; Brass Copper, and s!eet Iron VTare; Lanterns, Shovels, &c
I have procured the right to mar.ntV.cturc a late simple and improved self-scalin? Fruit Can to which I call tho
attention of the public. All of which I picu'c myself to sell at as fair rates and ou as accomodating terms aa
any other establishment in this region of the corntry
I SS prepared to pat ?utteriii and spoutir,? and all other work, cf my line atthe shortest notice, and in a
workmanlike manner, which I warrant io give taUsfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undorso'.d ia the upper couctry J. C. DEUSER.
Brownville, August, 30 1SG0.
iix ika ci 'ti
M IB ii
ff TP W$
J l i3 vj ijs&sa U h
OMCDECE BCDTILISIO ILiaUMS
1 !3 t "
f ' ri a-ri
J E WE LEY.
Come and see and Secure Bargains.
Brownville, August, SO, 1SG0.
JOHN A. PONN,
2Trom his Old Stand on the Levee to
WHITNEY'S HEW BLOCK,
. MAIN STREET,
BROWXYILE N. T.
"Where he has opened up a
A Large Stock of Choice Family
roc :re? 9
c to j ct O i
And a fine assortment of
LleSit's Life Pills
Thce medicines have now been before the public for
a period of thirty years, and daring that tima have
m untained a high character In aimo-l every part of the
GK;be, fT their extraordinary and ininiliat. cwcro
restoring perfect health to persons suffering ur.dcr near
ly eve: j kind of dieaie towLkh the human frame ia
ilable. . . ,
The following are some of the cUstre-ssing variety of
hiniiun 'isease in w hich the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Are well k::uwn to be ir.f illible.
Dyspepsia, ty tUronuuly cleansing the first auI sec
ond stoiuaehs, and creating a flaw of pure Lealthy bile,
instead cf the siaie acr.d kind, riaiuiencj, L-'ss of Ap
peeite, IIear:bura, IIeaJ.iclie, Restlee.-ness, Ill-temper,
Anxiety, Languor, aud ilelaneholy, which are lhe gen
eral symptoms .f Dyspepsia, will vanish, as auatual
consequence of its cure.
Coitiv ?nfs, by cleansing the wkole length of the in
testines with a solvent process, and, without violeuce ;
all violeut purges leave the bowels costive wittiu two
l"crcr, of all kinds, by restoring theblcod to a regu
lar circulaiion, through the process of perspiration m
such cases, and the thorough solution of all intestinal
obstruction in others.
Tho Life Medicineshave been known to cureJtflntma
fir permanently in three weck-v and Gcut in half
that time by removing local inflammation from the nius
ctes and ligaments from the joints.
Dropsies Or all kinds, by Treeing and strengthening
tht kiiluey3 and bladder ; they operate most delightfulr
ly on these important organs, and hence uave ever been
found a certain remedy fur the worst cases of Gravct.
Also If'orm, by dislodins from the turnings cf the
boweis the slimy matter to which these creatures ad
here. Scurvy, VIcert and Inveterate Sore$, by theperfect
purity which these Life Aiedibiaes give to the blood, aud
aud all the humors.
Scorbutic Eruptions and bad corcplCTlons, by their al
ternative eSects upon the fluids that feed the skin, and
the morbid state of which occasions all eruptive com
plaints, sallow,clouiy, andother disagreeableconiplex-
The use of these pills for a very short time, w-ill effect
an entirecure of Salt Kheum and a striking improve
toeut in the clearness of the skin. Commou Colds and
Influenza will always be cured by one dose, or by two in
the worst casea.
riLES. The original proprietor of these medicines,
wascuredof piles of thirty-five yeara sUnding, by the
use or me i,iie .MOiiicmes alone.
Fever and Anue. For this sconrge of the "Western
Country, these Medicines will be found a safe, speedy
and certain remedy. Other medicines leave the system
subject to a return of the disease a cure by these medi
cinesu permanent try them, be satisfied and be cured
Bilious Fevers and Liver Complaints. General De
bility, loss of appetite, and Diseases of Females the
Medicines have been used with the most beneficial re-
suits in cases of this description: Kings Kvil, and Scrof.
uia iu na worsnorms, yieius to tne miia, yet power-
rui acuonor inese remarkable aieuicmes. ightSweU
Nervous debility, Nervous Complaints of all kinds. Pal
pitation of the heart, Painter's Colic, are speedily cur-
Mercurial Viseaset. Persons whose constitutions
nave become impaired by the injudicious use of ilercury
will Ond these Medicines a perfect cure, as they never
f?il to eradicate from the system, all the effect of thn
Mercury, infinitely sooner than the most powerful prep-
ttiauuuj w oai sauai ma. v.lj. JIUtrAT.
335, Broadway, New York.
July 5, 1SS9, ly
LL.U 1 nir;.
Variety Per ' UVCv
4 wac'U, MJidlB sn!, j,,;
1 Mltr.vi' U f... J( . "f
........ ,j prrei-r
over uro CuCirt po- u.
three dollars 1"?3 than eV
A.! oi Jcrs ( tnej,
.V J v . -J
me is-, ot uctc.ri:
r Off.ro-t "'" "
1 - a be.r
ni'. j v . .
In tit 'c,"St
ifenl criers tjca:iwi,hpvM
NEMAHA Nrrrnr 'aCh
1 3 luiles West of vr!,,, j,., V. I
On new Air Line Kearncj vJ ) u -Ji
Vowlstnc k, AA Leaf, KiJnT Yn
Blues ana hlia l;aatJ CoaUtt onVj, -V-el
delivered at tne UUice of the -.s'biSZ V
100 Varieties Grape rT
eUwarc, Diana, Kebe
rrohSc, Concord, Union Villa',, VS $ '
Cngaho-ti, Canadian Chief, f, ,?P
at eastern catalnue rate
UsLevUA, Catawba and Clinton at , '
per dosen. 1 0 per 100. "Atl t
Ao- lS"A- ftNEMAIU NTILELT
ou VAUILHES STRAY
Araoror wrich aro Wilson's A:
A well selected Stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Boots and Sh es.
PATRIOTIC PICTURE GALLERY,
JCST PUELLSIIED IN SrLENDID SlYLE.
HiS knowledge of the trade and wants of the ueonlA
or joownviue ana vicinity enables mm to make judici
ous purchases expressly for this market. He asks an
examination of his Stock, feeling assured he will be
able to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
Ecaper & Mower.
3VE ftnviTacturocl "by
C. II. MCCORMICK. &, IJIIOS.,
1. POSTEAIT OF HAJ0S AXLEHSOH'. the
Hero of iSumtcr, 23
2. F0ET2AIT 07 HAJ0-GI7. ETJTLES, 25
3. P02TSAIT OF COL. ELLSWORTH, of the
New York Fire Zouaves, assassinated at Al
exandria, after hauling down the Iiebel
S 4. THE E 0 2TB AUD 2FNT OF FOST ST72X-
TE2, a magciflerjt,large, rkhlj colored en
5. THE MASS. EEGIHE2TT lighting their
way through the streets of Baltimore. A
most spirited picture, civirg a very correct
idea of that bloody transaction. 25
6. "STAB SPAITGLED BANJTES" GOD
DESS OF LIEESTY. A heart-stirring de
sion, exquisitely colored. 25
6. THE JTS10K V0LTJITTEEHS. The brave
soldier represented in tho act of trampling
underfoot the traito-'s banner, and unfur
ling ia its place tho glorious old stars and
stripes" forever in triumph to ware."
8. THE DEFENDERS OF OUR UNION, a
mammoth lithographic piciure, brilliantly
cclored. representing the various crack regi
ments in the United States service, in sull
dress, and equipped and armed for active
service, being one of the most magnificent
pictures of that kind ever got up in this
country. Among the military represented,
are the New York 7th, Mass. 6th, the Fire
men Zouaves, Col.Duryoe'a Advance Uuard,
1st German Rides, French Zouaves, Billy
Wilson's Znavcs, etc., etc, Frice 5'J
Any single picture will bo sent by mail, postpaid
everywhere on receirtt f price.
$i per 1UC0 ; JennLind, M p.
de G:tnd, $2 p-r lot) ; Lotoa Pine, IWti
Hookers, liia-.-k IVia,e, ily Qae a 11
kinds at $1 ir 10'J. 1 -3
ianuoi luiud-lph rine S
pnnly of 13 ' t
Aug. 1 - j I .
I bare the largest and bet supply ef nni-Tr
cord Oiapeviuca iu the United tates,rBd .T
orders f..r Nurseries, Vineyards or other.;-
cr raus man
vinei, three vi
any oti.er reliable
:ars o.J, now bcarin
"B. or tw-i
one year old, will be sent by mail' n- T '
and warranted to grow. ' pJ',d Lt 5
One year old vines per J.jicn, ly Ex.
l UO aO . (J,j
Three dj do d-,
onlv 5.: ft ,
do i j, ;
A orpnf. i-,l.i.K f t T.. W
6"--v .wuviuiivu pneo i will b
to thoso who buy by the hundred or thomsnl
gents wanted in all sections to sell these vin
commission. Any person who procures l
for vines gets up a club will receive tiro
free for each dozen ord-red. 5
Cutting with two or fi.ur bu i.,or.( d.il!W9 t
sent by mail, postpaid or by express 100 f. r U !' '
4a.. v.v lur uufruniiisrs; luu" tor (l,,i;ar,
October is the best month to set tht a, but." '
as long as the ground is unfrozen.
All money sent at my risk. A je ir'j nrcj t w
be g.veq to any res;;DLU person whudc-iaiiui. -who
order 10 ilellars worth or more. "
The Concord is decidedly the best family m.i.
and wine grape now known. It ripens uona-'-as
far north as Canadaa.
A circular with mora full details tent fre tL
applicantj. T. B. MI.VNER
Clinton, Oatida Co. X. ' 1
(Late Editor and Propaetor of tha 4llj:-4 Aw
CHEAP FLOWERS & FRUITS
I will send, by mail. pofpaid, 100 small in
. . i : 'i r " I r i .. r ...
i.uits ol same, tor tthcr Bulb, .i,i
IIEKRACEOUS PERENNIAL?, of 5ft 5v
mixed KOES and other HARDY SAIiL'KIiFl'.Y
by express, or railroad, 4 to 8 dollars ier loo .'
IP and ohoick soKx-s, about double pri. e; id nrs
m smau sciectea lots in all, otrj ra-letia..
"mall FKriTs"' of all scrts. including I)r ...r
and Concord Gripes, equally rca-mabre.
J-RUIT and LRXAMKNTAL TREES. 25 tcrml '..
er than uual. All safely picked, to keep a mat
at purchasers cost. Adilres. 1
JOHN A. KIXMCOTT.
The Crove P. O., Cook Co,C:i.
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, lThrp,
Lashes, Lines, Gttths, Surcingles..
Slirrvps and Leathers, S-fle,
Curb and Port Lilts, Ring
Bradoons, Rusrgy Trimvtingi.
stennr? Hair Cendant v tn
Twenty-five Thousand Sold During tlie
last size 3ro.2TS.
An Avcraje. of over 4,000 eacA lear. Salea have
increased from 1600 in '54 to 5,000 ia '60.
FOR ONE DOLLAR!
FOR ONE DOLLAR!
FOB C.NE DOLUS!
TT- Ml 1 .1 1 . m n
e win genu me comrieio set oi o r ietures to anv
part oi tne Lnueu outte?, postage paid.
I 1? ,f W 'vi
As a Reaper, the "McCormick" has been before
the American public for tho last twenty years, and
during that time has gained a reputation which is
"World-Wide." Notwithstanding the yearly in
creasing competition, and tnehostof inventors en
gaged in the development of Reaping Machines, the
"JlcUormick leads the van the acknowledged su
perior of all in the march for practical improve
Tho representations made by other manufactur
that the McCormick was "once" a noted Reaper,
dui is now ant iqtiated, ia simply ridiculous, as the in
creasing demand will prove. JNo single establish
ment in the W ORLD, manafactures so largely of
these implements, and none expends equal money
time or talent in reliable improvements.
many changes nave been effected durlnj the past
season, and for 1861, the "ilcCormick" is presented
greater attractions than ever before. A a Reaper
SIMPLICITY. STRENGTH AND DU
comm-nd it to the farmer, while its capacity for
work, with economy of yovser. give it the preference
over all others.
The compacting the frame, thus securing a mora
perfect balance to the machine: the position of th3
raker, in the rear of the driver, thus placing the
weight where it should be, and relieving the weak
er p.iits of the machine; the decreased weight, and
slight indentation of the sickle, the Castor wheel.
and other improvements added, have materially les
sened tne direct draugnt, ana so obviated the tide
draught that many assure us that it does not now
vxi-it. The draught of the Reaper is so light that
in numerous instances the large four-horse machine
is worked with but two horses.
FOR ONE DOLLAR !
FOR ONE DOLLAR!
FOR ONE DOLLAR!
FOR ONE DOLLAR!
We will send by mail, post-paid, the following set of
L nion uood :
1. One copy Hardee's Tactic3. the Text Rook for th
25 splendid assorted Union Envelopea, entirely
In order to suit all, 1 mate harness frcai VI
I have cellars from 65centsto$2 caca
Halters from T5c. to $!.?5cach.
1 ttILX, SELL AS LOW, If net low
tliaa any one north of St. Joseph, asd thew
wishing anything in my line will find it to
their advantage to give me a call before bcx
J0LL W. MIDDLETON,
-II OTVA" V I L.L.E, X. T.
3. 21 sheets Euperfine Union paper.
4. No. 4 of our picture eallcrv. ("The Bombard ment
5. No. 5 of our picture gallery, (The Massachusetts
6. The splendid picture The Defenders of onr
crV?i ?7T"3 7) TT1
laucs pleasure in announcing to lhe citizens cf Krownvillfl and vicinitv. that he has
just opened a nev LIVERY STARLE, where ho will always be
ready to furnish scnilonieu with
As A Mower,
The machine of 181 will be found fully equal
to uny test that it may be submitted to. The slight
indentation of the Sickle, its lightness and combi
nation with the beam and fingers, allows an increase
of motion not practicable in other machines, thua
enabling us to ioyood vorlc, with a a slow team, ox
en, even, working well. Uur
Improved Guard avd Patent Cleaner,
effectually prevents choking, no matter what the
condition of the grass, while our new divider point
separates badly l-wged and tangled clover or grass,
w here other machines fail.
There is also a great advantaje in our serrated
sickleedge over the smooth, as it does not require
sharpening so often, thus saving time. Our Sickle
will frequently run through an entire harvest with
out once grinding, while the smooth edge mn.t be
ground once each day, if not oftener. "With a smcth
edge the draught increrses as the knife become dull.
Our draught ia uniform, and in repeated trials du
ring the season of I860, proved fp.r lighter than sin
gle Mowers, cuttiug at the same time from twelve U
eighteen inches wider.
Our Mower can be used wither without the reel
this is important, and without the reel, weighs but
about fi 0 pounds.
In addition to the very liberal warrantee civen to
all pcrcbasers, we would say1 as heretofore, hat far
mers who may desire it, are at liberty to work our
machine through the harvest, with any ther. and
keep, and pay for, the one preferred.
Pamphlets with full description of improvements
testimonial 4, Ac, can be had by application to
TIIE0D0RE HILL, Agent.
Brownville, Nebraska, .
April 18, lbol.
FOFw ONE DOLLAR !
FOR ONE DOLLAR!
FOR ONE DOLLAR !
We will send the fo'Iowinj, po.t-raid :
Portrait of the jouthful Col Ellsworth, assassinated
at Alexandria, a martyr in the cause of liberty.
25 assorted Union En vcljpes.
The splendid picture cntitl .d "The Defenders of our
A magnificent Gold Union Pin, the most elegant yet
got up valued at $1 50. j
i.nvtIopc3 witk tr.o newc?t uosigns an i every de
scription of Union G-fods can L-j procured of U3
cheaper than any where clcc. Sample sent fr;e, to
acaiers on application.
Address all lcttcr-i and or.-W.
L- J. V0IGT & CO..
n50w2 12 -Inn Street, New York.
ATTENTION ! BEE-KEEPERS.
Kidder's new system of Bee Manag'imf nt, where
by a swarm of Recs will collect frviu . no to three
hundred pounds of honey In one ia.-'ioi. R..es c;rj
be male to swarm any season, or prctcmc 1 tioiu do
ing so. Canbo prevented fr :a flying to ih fonts
in swarming-timo. Ilee-robScry easily Trevented.
Moth millers j rcvented efTectualiy. Never Iuc bets
by the chill of wi.horor (-therwioe.
1 will seal my r.cw R.k Circular, cor.Uinlng 32
pages, free of ix?ta'e,to any ic-Keeper that will
send me his I'ost-OlUc address. Itgive the con
tents of Hook in full, and gives g.-neral explantionj,
and cuts cf the Patent Compound Hire.
Or, I will send Kiider's Guide to Apiarian Science
on the receipt of 57 cents, in pos'a'j stamj, which
will give full particular ia the Culture a.-d uiina'-
agement of the limey Hoc.
All orders for circulars,
promptly attended v. AMr.'-..
K. P. kiddi:::,
Notice New Firm.
The rndersisrned doin? business in the cif T of
Brownville. Nebraska, under name and stria of
EIGEL, GKEEN'flAUM A CO., have mil thiren
tire interest in the Clothing Store to Iavid Suil,
ho will hereafter carry on the bn.'in-i at the uia
"tand. SAMUEL HEliJKL.
June 20th, 1851. JOSEPH SMITH.
E. H. BLSCUES CO.,
Oregon, Holt Co., Ho.
The undersigned havo long sines been convince!
the want of a fir.t clas3 Nurserv in the We.-t,
TKEES, SIIRULS, FLOWERS, &C,
Can l? adapted to our climate and soil. In iwuf
thea facts, we have established one at rhia "place,
and .ipvenowia aucceisful cultlvatvn. which vj o
fcr for sale at
Wholesale or Retail,
Th? coming seaon, a lare ard well seta-ted stcc
suited t . tiih climate, of
Applos. standard ard dwarf;
I'ear?,tan lard and dwarf ;
Cherries, i tat. 1 :ri sr, durfr
S t m w be rr i v s J P !.;c k bwrrif .,
er'-reti!.-'. wn:u.i...';H;' i i rtb. and nrur.
cf t a "I
1 a a .
).! terau will
.fX Plant, looses. Dhlia,
1 leavo t call the ctf?n?iu3
Western M.'uri, 2iora-Vji, K.ta-
bo .now s itry rel:a c iO "i;
I I i
Erownville, Juuc 10-h. lhGl.
JOHN A. SMALL.
Pure Bred Fancy Poultry.
For sale Diack Spanish, White Dorkings. Golden
aud Spangled Poland, Sebright, Black African, red
and white Pantani.-', white and wild Turkeys, Pea
Fowls, whita and brown Ilong Kong, Premen and
will Gees', White "Created" Aylcsburgh aud Mus
covy Ducks. Common and Madagascar Rabtits.
Ail animals sold will be carefully bxed with the
necej."t;ry feed, and delivered at the Express office.
Address W. A. GOODISG, Oak Uwa
uZlvi Lockport, Will Co.
The partnership fcr;-.for exitin? uiSlerthe
anilityle f Lu-t4t' i-i-u Co'siia at Brow nvi;ic.
brasta. Wa. on il.r .1 ; 'i3v -it XovcrnVr. (ii-solre-! '
uiiUi:.il c-'f-erst. ly the Iran ii or I;. F. I.n-ht,i;'.;ti
John I.. Carson wii! -pti the cnfiin-tel t-i?ine of
Mieol't fnu aii'li'iji i.'e i'. tr;i.; and K-m Estate
Agency tUMness as W rpt -f ' n ic mi! -f.:-!,).
Xov. 1st, 1;0. ' ' IV JL. CARSotf.
In sever in! my bn io-- .i.n-xi- :i w,Hi my laref.art
ner, 1 deem this a proper ..inM.rt nmiy of t xj.re.Mhc my
ttj iiiL-t for the p.-UroiiSue hcto.vel ct..,n our rirtn, tliiriuj;
the period iu which e were euacd in b-ismss.
It ait'i rWs ine iii'icli pleasure ai-o to coutuieixl to the
favorable coriijertiou .if the f rieuUs ut lhe olj tlrm my
.tuccesevr in bii.-H.es.s, Mr. Car sou, a sc-ateniaii in eveiy
way worthy of the coud leuce and sun'orl of a dis-criui-niat.i:
I!. F. I.I'SUiJAUGlI.
lihsingof ns T.he-?xr,-;r.s- 'f '.rm :ror'.i "
ea-t cum lo saved.
c and t'l ints a. o et: ( ; ! ; - - :
i -. .1 ::i rhc bc?t manner f r i-,v ..!'
- : . f .r .-! ;.-h a cli . - - t i , .... '-
. . ; ' charge i.
'. ri i'o.ird sl.'auiiKxi s.
Vii .- i : .;i ' id -1 res.e..l to the uu : .. '
;,i "reive i:n,iu: t .'ention.
E. 11. DURCIIES . -
3cts ech. .
ilu l' iri river S J rer doz, 23
FraLcoa.o, '2 -
Allen 2 u 23 "
Ciiieianati 2 " u u
White and Rod Antwarp $2 per doi.
American Purpl Cm 2 u
151. KSLAUA TF.SER
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