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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1861)
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN
: ' EMPIRE
Patented February 14th, 18C0
- Salesroom, 510 Broadway,
.' Ni:v YORK. . ,
This MacLiio is coii-truetid on an ntire!y new
principle of machinery, pos.-ing many rare and val
uable inxprovptncnt.?. having been examined by the
rnnt profound experts, and pronou nd to be ;SIM
rUUlTY and PERFECTION COMBINED.
' :The following' are the principal objections urged
aziia-t .Sewing Machines.
I. L'lcesfive fatigue to
t LibUitj to get out of
g, -Krpcnfl trouble and
I 4. Jnespacity to few
every description oi
v-hile iu cperation.
Ever offered in this Market.
XO WOUXIT ABOUT IT!
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cotliiiig Store,
BROV7XVILLE, IT. T.
TiciEnpIre Sewing Machine b Exempt
frem all toe Ejections.
.1 has a straight TrpnK-nlar action
MU the LOCK or SHUTTLE STIClI. -u.c h will
NKITHERKIP nor IAVEL,and is al.We on both
2 ; p-rforms perfect sewing on every description
rfi.lenaLfromU.ll.cr to the finest N.nsook Mut
lL, with cotton, linen or ailk thrcad,froin the cor-
et to the Cncwt number, xriirrT .j fv
UariE" neithrr CAM nor COG WHEEL, and the
tie least possillo friction, it runs as smoothly as
(lass, and it ,
Eriphfrtlcally a Useless Machine!
It requires twenty-five per cent, less power to
irirs it than any other Machine in market. A girl
f twelve years cf oge can work it steadily, without
U:iEL SIMPLICITY of
eenstrnetion vecdr-r it hlmot- impoible to get .t out
of order, and is GUARANTEED by the company to
rive entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invito all thoe who mny deire to
anrply Ibem-MvM with a superior article, tjcall and
examine this UNRIVALLED MACHINE.
But in a more epocial manner dS we solicit the
.r, P.innra Makers.
- . ,
Vest ana t aniftioon ?iasci.
ffRelipmis end Charitable Institutions will L
- liberally dealt with.
Price of Machines, Complete:
Vo. I. or Family Machine, $ i.1,C0 : No. 2 Small
feed Manufacturing. $50,1)0; No. 3 Large sued
-. Cabinets in Every Variety-
We want Agents lor .11 towns iu the United
Rta'es where agencies are not already established,
to wbJia a liberal discount wil! be given, but we
cake no c.nsiarr.ment. .
T. J. McARTOTJR & Co.,
510 Kroadivay, IeT York.
' OF FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
.WB have artists constantly employed tn painting
..citneni-of all kinds of Ir-its, burubs, Evergreens
Klowcr., andean buyply .misery aeuts or others
iih any c,ujulit v, either bouud or in sheet. Our bound
, mmes are intended to contain ail that an agent will
.Vreiu b.liius a list of general Nursery products.
We oflVr them much under the usual priec, and can
mrniiii the bound vol nines e.ry low; and we bave no
' -itancy iu bating that the execution of the artist and
.kpiiess lo nature are not Mirnas.cd by ar.y in the
.nnu-j. Call at the Advert iter offl.-e andseespeci
, ... b.- ENSIGN FORD,
J Av6i.33Fv2n3 Ohio Kurseries, Toledo, Ohio
'. f j -"(U4 ........ n,.
Announce to the public that be has opened out a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
Unprecedented tn qnantity, quality and prices, lie
.determined bis prices sha'l correspond with the
times, ana mererore ener uctb ui uw jum.
in the Cnited Siatea. As a sample of bis prices te
Wlil mention mat ur en
Coats from $1,25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
ci,,. iT.i- rn rrniir mil U'hiti Shirts. Sns-
DIJI.B, i.a.f '
ders, Necktie, Socks, Handkerchiefs, &.C., in the same
The proprietor embrace this opportunity of returning
thaoito ror pasi patroiiaBo, uu piumi w
roru iu the future to ive entire satisfaction.
Call vxxol boo la-irrx.
Brownvllle, June 187 186X.-ly
CLOT II I N G
II i V
I i ki II I. I
U U U W
S L A G
14 , -
MATN STREET. BROWNVILLE. N. T. y
Takes pleasure iu announcinp that he has now on baud, a larze and select sux-.k of every art cle in his line,
Of all thimnroved uat.ers : vii : Pluii iUL'i Rock. Charter Oak. Valley Forge, Klevated Oven, &C.,
Box aud Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, some of which are entirely new designs, vis : A combined
Cook and Parlor btoves, boruethin? very nice indeed for small families
HEAVY SHJiKT IKON 10K SDGAK BOILERS
And Large Cast Iron Kettles from .8 to 22 gaUons.
Coal And Lard Oil Lamps J Brass Copper, and sheet Iron Ware; Lanterns, Shovels, c
I have oroenred therlcht to manufacture a late simple and improved self-sealin Fruit Canto which I call the
attention of the psbl.c All U which I pledge myself to sell at as fair rates and ou as accomodating terms as
any other establishment in this region of the country
I aw prepare! to put up puttering and r puntiuc and all other worlt or my line anae snoriesi nonce, auu in a
workmanlike manner, which 1 warrant io give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undorsold in the upper country Dnuana.
Brownviile, Angnst, 30 I860.
c55teT!Ti PrmariarwErra e"s.n cttst's r
wi'i cirAt.-t mtomrs fast now such bargains as bas
never before been presented to them lie will sell bis
goods or manufacture to order
IL ATTEST- NEW.
L2 12 U
LATEST FROM THE SEAT OF And take in pay
' UHiOH ARMY VICTORIOUS,
CASH OR WHEAT.
GOODS-CHEATER THAN EVER.
1HE STORE FOR BARGAINS. SADDLEEY.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
COHE SEE HE.
DEN'S NEW STOCK.
I bave tbis dty received my
liirdwnre and Queensware,
Dry Goods and Groceries,
. Boots and Shoes,
. Hats and Caps,
Powder and Shot,
Trt wh I tk TilMinrs la callinK the specisl atten
tion f-t the public, feeling assured I can offer such in
ducements to purchasers as tuey never neiore uu
in this place. 1 have purchased nnuer peculiarly iaor
at)lr circumstances, and will give my patrons the bene
Ct f my good fortune.
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Tflllps,
Lashes, Line, Giriks, Surcingles,
Stirrups and Leathers, Snaffle,
Curb and Port Pitts, Ring
Bradoons, Buggy Trimmings.
Plastering Hair Constantly on Hand..
In order to suit all, I make harness from $ U
I bave collars from 65 cents to $2 eack.
Halters from 75c. to $1.75 each.
1 wlLL SELL AS LO"W, if not lowe
than any one north oT St. Joseph, and those
wishing anything in my line will find it to
their advantage to give me a call before buy
..,DRY GOQSS, -
W"$ '1 " 1
J E WE LEY.
Ear Rings, .
I Buy and Sell for Cash, i imnLwrow.
V AAA. 1 V ' -- "J
OR PRODUCE IN HAND.
CA.SII PAID FOR HIDES.
JJOOTS JV"D SHOES MADE TO
.W AER ANTED!
W. T. DEN.
IlUOWXriEEE, X. T.
Brownvllle, Oct. SI, 1861.
CHEAP FLOWERS 2c FRUITS
I will send, by mail, postpaid, 100 SHALL BfLBS,
mostly railed It L.lrs, lor one aoiiar, ana iarge
lulbs of same, lor ;-. Uiner uuius, namca, .ow
lll iihArF.OI'SrElinKXlALS.of 50 eorts. fine
mixed UOSES and other IIAKDY SAUUBUEUY,
' by express, or railroad, 4 to 8 dollars Tcr 100. Xa.il
Xo and phoiof syiys, about double jTi'ce; and more
in maU selected lots in all, 500 va'lcties.
y.lLL FKriTs" of all scrts, including Delaware
and Concord RAfF.s, equally reasonable.
Vut'tt nd CitNAMtxTAL Trees. 25 ier cent. low
er tban usual. All safely packed, to keep a month,
a i i
t purciiasers cosi. Aauress,
k JOUX A. K1XXIC0TT,
The Grove P. O., Cook Co, Ills.
J5 0C0 Standard Apple trees, of the most hardy and
unproved varieties, three and
four years old, from five to per 100 p. 500 pTOOO
rlt feet tUh sm.ug aio.oo $eo.oo
;cberries, llongtiton's 4.ow
Si m berries, Kec Pine, he best
variety known f"0
KcAvo-ry No 1 75
Jiuie Seedl'g. Genesee, crimson 1.00
I j t..u Blackberry, per doxen $2.00
franoonia Raspberry ' 60
yalstaff ' 50
Ji.tch Itybrld Pie Plaut, none better. 00
Hed Djtch Cnrrsnt. p. doien $1.00 6.00
Black Naples Cnrr't 2.00
One er old apple seedlinps
A lw numerous other articles contained in Nurseries
generally, Koses, Dahlias. Phloxes, ftc., &c.
Address, K. . BACCX,
Willow Creek, Let Co., III.
' Ulut s andlilue Uusty Coats.atOno Dollar per busb
' 1 delivered at the Office oi the ".Nebraska Farmer."
100 Varieties Gr:tpe Vines.
T.he Larcrtt CoUcrtio Vtt rf 3ae York.
IMaware Diana, r.ebeoea, llcrUtmont, Hartford
A-.liCclConeord, Union Yillsje, Franklin, Ontario,
CuaUffa, Cansiisn Chief, Tajlort Hullett, Mo a-
, Uay. OreTcling,Clolinta and over 70 other kn ds
vt raslorn cauiioue Tares.
Isabella, Catawba and Clinton at 25cts each, 2
tv-r rjsn , iv rcr ,
ku 1 AtXESIAUAXUBSERV.
At tVi rrnanin? nf thu Illinois Central, and St. Louis.
Alton anil rhicaeo Kaiiroaas. isianiisupa rai. on
th nnin Pmi'ip. and contains 140 acres. Fruit. Orna
mental ana nursery euk:k, a very lare, nunerai aua
reliable assortment, vxiXtY. UU-JiiAiT ior vasn.
Especially Adapted to tte Severe Climate
cf the Acrtliweit.
APPLE TREES, from 1 to 4 years old. $15 to fj0 per
1000. KOOT GRAFTS, $40 per 10,01 (. APPLE STOCKS.
one to two years, selectee for grai tins:. 82; second class,
$1 per thoudsand. HAZZARD CHKKKY. $3 per 1.000.
STANDARD AND DWARF PKAR, CHERRY, PLUM,
PEACH, CriNCK, NECTARINE, AND APRICOT
DWARK APPLE. QUINCE, PEAR. PLUM. AND
HOSE STOCKS. Apple Sctont $1 60 per thousand.
Cuttinct Vtarje urange. $1.60 aud 2,50 per thousand.
Y lit on' $ Slraiobtry, and many other Standard Sorts
three dollars per thousand. Grapet Catawba, Clinton,
Isabella, well rooted, one year old three dollars per
hundred, twenty dollars per thousand. Dtlaware
one and two years old, four to ten dollars. Rhu
barb, best sorts two to five dollars per hundred.
tioughion uoctferry. one to two years old ine to
three dollars per hundred. Dotrntnn's Ever Bcarinti
Muiberytour to eight dollars perdor.en. Evernrtent
e?erai mitih ten cottars per tnonsand. Hfiade ana
H eeptng Treet. bhrubt, I toxeer Root. Buifcs, Rotet.
an imniente variety ino6tly one to two dollars fifty
Parking carefully done. Catalogues sent on receiDt
or a tnree cent stamp. Aaaie.-s,
F C PnOENlX.
Kov 14, 1861, n!9-5m Bloomington, Illinoit.
AT FAIR VIEW NURSERY, HALF
A MILE YEST OF SIDNEY IOWA.
These trees ure thlArt. nf thr acta rt rrtllwj
ia the State they are adapted to the soil and climate
25.000 4 vear old treiis. l -trVmi.-p ft ..
2d site, 15 cents each
45.000 2 vear old trees (thev are nicennes at 10
tenia t-tu' u
400 2 TP9T old TInnfTitnn Rwlni, niA.r..
fall of frmt hnrlq 15 ipntj i h
800 2 year old Red Dutch Currants, full cf fruit
buds. IS cpntjt
1000 1 year old Red and White Dutch Currants,
at 10 cents each
200 I year old Concord Grape Vin at 50 cents,
cacb. this is the best known rr,m
200 1 jeer old Isabella Grape Vines at 25 cents
Standard and Dwarf Pear at 5ft rf
In exchange fr ths al.nvp T ;n tuU v,A ..i
Flour at the Sidney market price, or young Cattle,
iiuiuui'i,vHu, ur eiow cotes wait teu jer cent interest
. Fr.im present inditinna viU U wt nann
and those that wish to set out Orchards will do well
to come and jret trees.
March Hei. c36-tf HLXRY BR0.VX.
Come and see and Secure Bargains.
Brownviile, August, 30, 1860.
BR O W N V I L L E
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Brownviile and vicinity, that be has
jus, opened a new luiix oi adll, wnere ne v.ui aiy-
ready to furnish gentlemen with
5ES3.5Llo I-Icrses, 3nsS
Carriages, etOs, etc.
JOHN A. SMALL.
JOHN A. PONN,
Has ' Removed . V!.:.
From his Old Stand on the Levee to
WHITNEY'S ITEW BLOCK,
BR0WXVI -A T.
Where he has opened up a
STAPLE AXD F AAC X
DRY : GOODS,
A Large Stock of Choice Family
And a fine assortment of
A vcell selected Stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
S3 1 cL i o ir 3r J,
Boots and Shoes,
TT.t! Vrinwltxlcp nf thf tradA and wants of the neonle
of Boownville and vicinity enables him to make judici
ous purchases expressly for this market. lie asks an
examination of his Stock, feeling assured he will be
able to satisfy in quality, styie ana pneus. .
BOHT'T FDC-ET THE FffiW
Reaper & Mower.
C. II. !!IcCOIlHICJX& DltOS
Twenty-five Thousand Sold During the
last sJ-ac years.
An Average of over 4,000 eacA Tear. &tlei have
increated from 1600 '54 to 5,000 in '60.
As a Reaper, the "McCormick" has teen before
the American public for the last twenty years, and
during that time ha3 gained a reputation which is
" World- Wide." NotwUistandirg the yearly in
creasing 'competition, antf the host of inventors en
gaged in the development of Reaping Machines, the
".lFcCormick"lead3 the van the acknowledged su
perior of all iu the march for practical improve
The representations made by other manufactur
that the McCormick was "onco" a noted Reaper,
but is now ont9Hafei,is simply ridiculous, as the in
creasing demand will prove. JN'o single establish
ment in the WORLD, manafactures so largely of
these implements, and none expends equal money
time or talent in reliable improvements
Many changes have been effected during the past
. w-.aw . a r- a,J
season, and lor lr i, tne "icjorraica is preaeuLc-u
greater attractions than ever belore. A a Reaper
SIMPLICITY. STRENGTH AND DU
comm-nd it to the farmer, while its capacity for
work, wun economy vk jiotcer, giu n iutiiii".
over all others.
The compacting the frame, tho -nnpg a more
perfect balance to the machine : the position of the
raker, in the rear of the driver, thus placing the
weight where it should be, and relieving the weak
er pa.ts of the machine; the decreased weight, and
slight indentation of the sickle, the Castor wheel,
and other improvements added, have materially les
sened the direct draught, and so obviated the tide
dranght that many assure us that it docs not now
vxist. The draught of the Reaper is 'so light 'hat
in numerous instances the large four-horse machino
is worked with but two horses.
As A Mower,
The machine of 1SS1 will be found fully eqnal
i . i . i. i . . V a vm: f A .A TtlA .li.rh
VO Tilly MJSli liiaii l L UltJ UQ 4UULUK.b.A A o i . w
indentation of the Sickle, its lightness and combi
nation with the beam and fingers, allow? an increase
of motion not praetscable in other machines, thus
f nnlilino-ns to do nood worlc. with a a slow team,ox-
en, even, working well. Oar
Imvroved Uuard aud latent Lleaner,
fratno!i-ir Tirffpnf chokincr. no matter what the
V U V l X Lit J j.w - . f-f,
condition of the grass, while our new divider point
. .. . i , , . i,
separates badly i-xigea ana tangiea ciover orgrajs,
where otber machines fail.
u alsrt n crcat advantage in onr serrated
sickle edge oter the smooth, as it does not require
sharpening so often, thus saving time. Our Sickle
tlv run throucrh an entire harvest with
out once t-rindirz, while the smooth edge must be
ground once each aay, it noi onener. w un a smoui
ede the draught increrses as the knife become dull.
Our rantrht ia nnifnrm. and in rerjeated trials du
ring the season of I860, proved far lighter than sin
gle Mowers, cuttiug at the same time from twelve U
eighteen inches wider.
Oar Slower can be used with or without the reel
this is important, and without the reel, weighs but
about 670 pounds. . - .
Tn siHltifiirtn the Terv liberal warrantee riven to
all pcrchasers, we would say as heretofore, hat far
mers who may desire n, are at uocrty to wun our
machine through the harvest, with any ther, and
keep, and pay tor. tne one preierrea.
ttv,. Mora with fall dpsrrintion of improvements
testimonials, Ac, can be had by application to
THEODORE HILL, Agent.
: I 01i A V I II E S .
MT Stock c f n.ttiva vines comprise all tayeni
bie varieties with which I in acquainted. The
Vai ,Mn rrtvlned with ereatcir'i.i.'ri'ler the
l'u w f ' . t
most f&voralle eirenmstances for teal? :iy deveiop-
ment,and sarpa?3 in excellency any i uiiou-.o-
tofore been able to oer. ? .
l'. - t. r-n trnAf nnlv a limited surt,lv of L men
... ?- v.ntt unA Allen's Ilvbrid is offered. Of
or ("i , , . . ,
best Delaware layers, aho, the sappljH not large,
bat quality nnequaiea.
The stock from Delaware, single eyes grown both
in house and open air, is large and Sue. For vine
yard planting some strong vines, grafted on CaUw
ba and Isabella stocks, are offered at a low price
roots very strong. ; - '
Very large layers of Diana, TJerbemont, and Con
cord, grown with especial eara for immediate bear
inz.' Good layers of Anna, Rogers' Hybrid, 12 kinds
also vlara, Uas?iay, io r.aion, i,eue-, a
Louisa, Logan, Emily, Canby'a August, Hudson, II.
FroliSc, Cuyahoga. Ac.
A general aj53ortmeni oi loreigu vanutico tor n-
nenes. . .
Of Downing's Everbearing Mulberry tne supply
!.M.r. n.l a. trrpst nart of the trees alrsadv
ordered. They are very vigorous, and the wood
well errown and matured.
. . . . . .. .. . i . l i . v. : . v
Wholesale aescriptive nssseni m tuosa u msu
f r.rm -lnKi nn nnnlication. List also sent' to
dealers. Fourth edition of Illustrated Catalogue
... .. i t. J..:...l 1. -
sent tor two tnree ceni staras n i urau w
a full and comprehensive treatise on the manage
ment of the vine, giving such information as pur
chasers and growers are supposed to need. Fartio
uiar directions are given for the preparation of the
soil and planting, and the directions for training
are illustrated by many careiuny prepaxeu ccgrr
The descriptions of the varieties will be found
accurate and trustworthy, being drawn from person
al knowcledge, and very extensive observation.
C . W. GRANT.
IONA, NEAR PEEKSKILL.
Wcslciiestcr Co., XetY York.
Brownviile, JuDe 19th. 1S61.
Pore Bred Fancy Poultry.
Tor .ale Black Spanish. White Dorkings, Golden
and Spangled Folands, Setrizht, Black African, red
and white Bantams, white and wild Turkeys, l'ea
Fowls, white and brown Hong Kong, Bremen and
wild Geese, White "Created" Aylesburgh and Mus
covy Ducks. Common and -Vadagascar Kaulits.
All animals sold will be tarefully boxed with the
necessary feed, and delivered at the Express oSce.
Address W. A. GOODING, Oak. Lawn . '
b37t& Lookpert, Will Co.
TO THE PEOPLE OF
27X3:23 TTTU'irPZIHD QTATD
In the month of December, 1S53, the undersigned for
the first time offered for sale to the public DR. J. EO
VEE DODS' IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS, and in thir
short period they have given such universal satisfac
tion to the many thousands if persons who have tried
tbem that, it is uo an etablished article. The autount
of bodiiy and mei.tal nii.-ery arihine siniplv from a ne
glect of smali complaints is surprising, and it is tbere.
fore of the utmoft importance that a strict attentiou to
the least and most trirlinst bodily ailments should be
had; for disease of the body must invariably aflect the
mind. The snbscrirersnow only afc a trial of
DR. J. BOVEX DODS'S
Imperial Wine Bitters
from all who bave not u.-ed them. We challenge the
wMto produce their equal.
These Bitters for the care of "Weak Stomachs, Gen
eral Debility, and for Purifying and Enriching the
Blood, are absolutely unsurpassed by any other reme
dy on earth. To be assured of this, it la only neces
essary to make the trial. The wine is of a very supe
rior quality being about one-third stronger than oth
er wines, warming and Invigorating the whole system
from the hesd to the feet. As these bitters are tonic
and alterative in their character, so they strengthen
and invigorate the whole system and give a fine tone
and healthy action to all iu parts, by equalizing the
circulation, removing the obstructions and producing
a general warmth. They are excellent for diseases and
weakness peculiar to Females, where a tonic is reqair
ed to strengthen and brace the system. No lady who
is subject to latitude and faintness, should be without
them as they are revivifying in their action.
Will not only Cure but Prevent
and in this respect are doubly valuable to the person
who may use them for
weak Lnngs, indigestion, Dyspepsia, diseasec of the
Nervous system. Paralysis, Piles, and for all cases
requiring a Tonic.
Celebrated lYine , Hitters
For Sore Throat so common among the Clergy they
are truly invaluable.
For the aged and infirm, and for persons of weak
constitutions For ministers of the gospel, lawyers
and all public spaekers for book-keepers tailors
seamstresses, students, ar artists, and an persons iea
ding a sedentary life, they wil 1 prove beneficial.
A a a beverage; they are wholesome, innocent, and
delicious to the taste. They produce all the exonerat
ing effects of brandy or wine, without intoxicating; and
are a valuable remedy for persons aaicieu to tne use or
exessive strong drink, and who wish to Terrain from it.
Theyaiepnre and entirely free from the poisons con
eained in the adulterated wines and brandies with which
the country is floodfd.
These bitters noto nly CtfRE but prevent disease, and
should be used by all who live in a count ry where the
water is bad, or where chills and fever are prevalent.
Being entirely innocent and harmless they may be giv.
en freely toehUdran and infants with impunity,
Physicians and Clergymen, and temperance advocatea
as an act f humanity, should airiat in spreading thee
valuable bitters over the land, and threby essentially
banish drunkenness and disease.
In sill affection of the ITeacl.SIck
Headache, or IVervous Head
ache, Dr. Rod's Imperial Wine
Hitters Will be found to be most
Salnlarn and Efficacious.
The msny ' clrtificates which have been tendered us
and the letters which we daily receive, are conclusive
proof that among the women these Bitters have given
a satisfaction whch no others have ever done before.
Vo woman in the land should be without tbem. and
those who once use them, will not fail to keep a full
DR J Bovee Bod's
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS,
Are prepared by an eminent and. skillful physician, wh
has used them successfully in his practice for the las
twenty Ave years. The proprietor before pnrahasin
the exi'usive risht to manufacture and sell Dr. Bove
D"ds' CeiebraiPg imperial w ine on er. nanuoem
ed by two distingnislied medical practitioners, who pro
nonncedthema valuable and safe remedy fordsese.
Althonpb the medical men of this country, as a gen
eral thing, disapprove of Patent Medicine yet we d
not believe that a respectable Physician can be found
n thefnlled States, arqnalned with their medicil
properties, who will not highly approve Dr. Dod's IM
PERIAL WINE BITTERS
In all newly settled places, where there is always
a laree qnantity of deeayins timho-; from which a' poi
sonous mia.-ma is created, the?e bitteds shoucd be used
every morning boforebreaRgast.
DR. J. nOTKE DODS'
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS
Are composed of a pnre and unadulterated wine, com
bined with Barberry. Solomon's Seal. Comfrev, Wild
Chery Bark, Spiknard Camomile Flowers, and Gentian.
They are manufacture-! by Dr. Dop himsel:, who is an
experienced and successful physician, and hence should
not be classed among the quack nostrums which flood
the country, and aaainst which the medical profession
so Justly denennce.
These truly valuable Bitters have been so thoroughly
tented bvall clause of community, for almost every vri
ety or disease incident to human system, that they are
now deemed indispensable as a
Tonic, Medicines and a
Purchase one Bottle!
It Cost, but 'Little! Purify the
Illood. Give Tone to the Sto
mach -Itenovase the Sys
and Prolong Life.
4 i r r f
Seeda of the f,'Joing kia-a of f i
are now ready and will be sent Pm ' Vn
send stamps orcein for the gJ , .' 4
do I aciuatua, 10c.
do Monstrossas. I0o.
do Giiintflu in.-
These fine Pinks trom Japan taTe "
ld for less than 23cents per part's! ,f(,r
"tiiui or averutbiing flows- ii v, ,
California Fiowfr. 6c. Ir,,.0i '
Mixed Balsamic 6c.
Double do I3c. .
Lobel's CatchSy, Cc.
Ioe Plant (a curMsity) 5c.
Daturi Wrigbta (beautiful) lo ?
Snap Dragon (Sue sn;xadl 10c. , '
Columbine, fk. . ;
Star of Heaves, C-s.
Spanish Pink, 6c. .
Chinese do 6c.
Kale do 5c.
Monthly dn 6c. .
Convollas Minon, 5c. - " ;
Ambro-n (in eoiora) 5c. ' ' j
Niei ! i colors, very beantiful iow'v . . i
fcng. etania, (from EngUnd) jiv '
Zinnia i,egaus (from France,) luc '
Balsam Pear. 5c. . . i
nollyhock Seet, fine KngUsh prin s '
French Poppies la ten flae color!?' ,le- 1
mixed, 10c. r7 oui,
Salpiglossia (Ine mined) 5c,
Coreopsis ( li i'.hlj.i) Sc. !
DrammonU.s Phlox. 6c
Knglish Haarisease, 10c. . ' .
Karigold. double, (Sower measured faa,
cross) 10c. Uv
Old Xail's Cnrls (curiyas) 6c.
And over thirty varieties common to th s
den. The entire lot above enumerated wm Wnr
onreceip of $1.25, selUngpric, two toSfi
HerculusClub Gourd. 10c ITXabbird nua in.
Lettuce 8 variets, 5c. IPategoni c.' Ir
Ice Cream Watermelon 5c. iBoston Marrow .- .
Mountain sprout do 5c. , 'Washington 44fc
Annie SeedHl l S.. i.-v w fc.
any sweet p.jUUe. h .
;or. The .erVot ti
five feet long. cnr'M np loc, when or ,ur
ud like a suake-u fi-.r, 0 oX-e' art
cellent pitkle 10c. j
African lichee Seed, 10c. per lb. w hen .1
are Wnt to ever postage. ' ""T
. Seed of a White Sa-rCnefmm Ceov .,:
to make excellent suar, at 2 jo. per ' lb
All sent for one dollar; or, the hJla lit for t.
dollars and twcwIy-Sveconu. '
Syracuse, OloeCa'y.T .
as we have an oQe estalliihd here.
It- 0. THOMPSON.
Apple Seeded do
Hur.iurijin d do
Iouisana lonfy do do
Apple Pie ileloa. 5c.
Egyptian do 6c.
Negleys Cucumber, 6c.
Long Russian, do 6c.
Snake Cucumber rro
f rniha Nursery
Price $100 per Bottle, G Bottles
for $5 CO
Prepared and sold by
CHARLES WIDDIFIELD & CO.,
78 "William Street, Hew York.
For sale by druggists and grocers generally ihroash-
ont the country. Oct. 17. 1S6I.
John Garnctt. William Ken:r.g, a.id Jame P.
Elunden. Cthe latter, lonj a seedsman in the em
ploy of Messrs Landreth A hon) hare united under
the firm of
JGH1J GAP.tiETT & CO,
roa the pnosrccTiox or the
They will constantly keep on hand a full suprly of
Landrciti's arrar,:ea uaracn .vcuy,
all fresh, and of the last year's growth,
t- t ,.v,:j -1 thn old hone at Philadelnhia-
U IO ' - - "
a :n their sales of Garden Seeds exclu-
BUU T. 1 1 1 v 'l. ii. "
rive to those. They will keep a very large stock of
All Implements and Mac 'l ine ry in Use,
EMBRACING ALL THE LEAPING ABTICLF..H IS TES
TBAI'E, OF TUB BEST X A St F ACTCBB.
Thev solicit the eontiuued cus'.om of their friends,
and of all those who have dealt al the branch hocs.j
cf Landketh A Sos, at St. Louis. Onr price shall
be very low, in acco.dance with the times, and we
hope to satisfy all wbo call on us, as ta the superior
quality ef our stock, and the priest.
Isabella Grape Vinca
Strongly Rooted Plants, 3 to 4 yeirs di
MaDy of them already fraitin? in tUna'seTr'
are now offered at $19 per hundred or $7i perL-M!
The Tiench aspberry.
At $4 per 100. Lare quantities at jrreatW r"'
d need rates. It needs no winter . prqtwtioo uj
hears two annual crops of fruit.
Young Catalpa, 4 to 6 feet $i per band.-d S!
Tfeet $t5 per 100. . . i
Hardy Climhin Roses, Fragrant IToney Stt.
aai nursery stock in general at the lowen ntn
RICHARD M. CONKLIN.
Evergreen Nursery, Cold Spring Harbor
J lOyO 131133.
For the Fall Trade.
The subscriber has for sale the coming- Aatnia
the following : . .
500 Houghton's Seedling and Caster Goabsry.
1,000 lied Dutch Currant.
. 2,000 New Rochelie Blackberry.
200 Red Antwarp Raspberry.
200 Brinckle's Orange "
100 White Grape Currant.
500 Victoria Rhubarb.
500 Isabella Gape.
500 Catawba Grape.
100 Concord Graoe.
100 Tuttle'a Red Grape (New and Has.)
Also: a large assortment of OrnamenUl Shrub
bery, for which see priced list, which will bs far
warded gratis on application.
H. A. TERTF,
YQg. 1851. Cresctnt City, Iowa.
DBU: HIE ST 0 DE
"VTliitney's Block, Main Street.
LOOK FOR "THE : SIGN OF THE
ELK II 0 If - and MORTAR
J. J. THUKMAN,
ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Brownvills and
vicinity that he has removad his Drug Store inm
Sidney, Iowa, to the City of Brownviile, azJt hating
added thereto an extensive stock of
Paints and Oils,
Pure Wines and Liqaors,
For Medical Purposes,
Hair and Tooth brushej,
Pine Toilet Soap,
Sec, &.C., &c.
Inviie3 the public patronage.
5j-Physician's Prescriptions attended to t all bouri
both by djy and ni2ht.
Brownviile," Aprii Ilth.Iidl. nSJyly
Wheat! Wheat! Wheat!
Farmers Look to Your Interest.
Is paying and will continue to pay the ilLeat Mr.5
Price for .
WHEAT and PRODUCE.
in ffxd. ilj stock of Goods consists of
LOOTS and SHOES,
DRY GOODS and
NAILS, DOORS and '
GLASS and PUTTY
PLASTERING HAIR, 30c per lu., '
TUBS and BUCKETS,
MEAL and POTATOES.'
I also, keep a wen selected ttock of Calf, Cppsc
and Sole Letber for manufacturing
BOOTS and SHOES, '
which I will warrant to five satisfaction. I will s?'.,
my pueseat st.jck of Gwis at prkes to suit the timet,
which will be cheaper than fds have beeu Sold ber
before, for Ch1;, Ujdes, Wheat or Produce uf any kind,
but no credit will be given.
Brcwnville, Angnst 1st, 18;i. noiif
KHJIT& ORMAMEIITAL TREES,
Small Fruits Cultivated and for Sale
0LI BRANCH HURSRY
Sixteen miles east of Cincinnati,
CLEEMONT COUNTY". OHIO
100,000 APPLE TREES 5 TO 7 FILET HIGH-
Leadio" - - at $o0.C0 per JI regularly uasorteJ
to the trade ; Reeled, JI0.00 per tandred. rsU.1.
Peacbe. per hundred, re -ail.
Hum, 40 cents each, retail.
Cherries, 23 eent3 each, retail.
Quince?, 23 cents each, retail.
Gooseberries, 75 centi per doi IJonghton Sisd. g
I'ear trees, 40 cents each. S'jindard. ' "
I'car tr a ;,:;0 cents each. D war.
BlacVberries, 1.C3 per dai'n, Lawton.
Strawberries, 2 per M. " -
Rhubarb, 810,00 per hundred, Linnseas.
The abr.ve pamed trees are now growing upon oar
ora jrrounds, and weeonsidr them very fine, lbs
proprietor, attention In been given for the last
tilteen years almost entirely to the propagation el
Nnrcri.M,th cultivating and marketing of bruits ;
and during this tim?, have tcvfe it ba.Mnesa o
collect frora the cio.it ecrrect sources variutie estt
cia'.k' l adapted to this climate.
All ordorf, accom-Hiaiod by caih, attended w
prom-tly: and. if neceary, deli fared ia CiDO.nnatJ,
and forwarded free of cort, escept moderate eoar;-
when orders are boxed or baled. Address,
Olive Branch, Clcir.onf co., Q..
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