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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1862)
JOHN A. PONN,
... Has Removed
From his Old Stand on the Levee to
MAIN STREET, 0
. BR 0 TEA7 VILLE 2s T.
Where Las of ened tip a
STAPLE AXD FAXCY
A Large Stock of Choice Family
." . Candles,
And a fine assortment of
. LIGHT GROCERIES
' .fir ell selected Stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
.' UEENS WARE,
IT1 - ak 1 ck r-r
-k j t m
iioois ana onoeo.
fTrS'triowledf-e of tbe trade and wants of the r Tie
f Bovwuvllle and vicinity enables him to make judici
ous purchases expressly for this market. He asks aa
anamination of his Stock, feeling assured be will be
aula to aaUifr la r nalltT. at Tie and prices.
imim m w
TT7TtTmTmr TT AnT"
Reaper & Slower.
c. n. sxccorhicix &, nitos.,
Twenty-five Thousand Solu During the
last olx yoarn.
A Aeerayxf orsr 4,000 oac Tear. Salet ave
'iMreaeed from 1600 in 'Uto 5,000 in '60.
- At Reaper, th .McCormiok" has been before
be American publlo for the last twenty years, and
-daring that time baa gained a reputation which is
vsrr- "Vf." Notwithstanding the yearly in
r" --petition, and the host of inventors en-
I -a derelopment of Reaping Machines, the
Aww iok" leads the ran the acknowledged eu--periorof
all in the march for practical improve
ment. The representations made by other mannfactnr
tbattht MoCortnick was Monoe" a noted Reaper,
la til now omtitptated, i simply ridiculous, as the in
atreaaing demand will prove. No single establish
ment in the WORLD, manafaotures so largely of
' these implements, and cone expends equal money
, time or talent is rtlialU improvements.
. Uacyohanges have been effected during the past
' season, and for 136 1, the "MoCormick" is presented
greater attraction than ever bel ore. At a Reaper
Simplicity, strength and du.
Amme. It 1a tYm frmr. wMl lit aniitv tnr
r - t j - - -
rork, with economy of power, give it the preference
. ever all othaxi.
'. The compacting the frame, thus securing a more
' perfect balance to & 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 peats of the machine; the decreased weight, and
alight 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 does not now
vxist. The draught of the Reaper is ,'so light 'hat
In tumorous instances the large four-hone machine
is worked with but two horses.
Evf r offered in this Market.
ISO DOUBT ACOIT IT I
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batiinore Cotliing Store,
BROWNVILLE, IT. T.
As A LIoT7er,
The machine of loot will be found fully equal
t uy 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 practscable in other machines, thus
nablicgua to uo good, wort, with a a slow team, ox
, n, even, working well. Our
. Improved Guard aud Patent Cleaner,
ffcctusily prevents choking, no matter what the
.ouditien ef the grass, while our new divider point
pirates badly lodged and tangled clover or grass,
w bore otter machines fail. .
. There is also a great advantage in onr serrated
sickle edge ever the smooth, as it does not require
barpeniog so often, t bus saving time. Uur fickle
will frequently run through an entire harvest with-
cut vnee grin diix?, while the smooth adge must be
i-pcd cr.oee&oh day, if not eftener. With asmoth
mJ M tVfe linn r-V 1 iru-rarsM tH ar-vfn KnrAmll fin 11
Our driTjtt u uniform, and in repeated trials da-
- mg tte iwc cf ISoO, proved far lighter thaa sin-
f l i.w?r?, riUiejf at tie aama time from twelve U
. ekcbieAa ix.les wiiar.
. w &wer can re stea witn or witnout me reet
Visit important, nd without the reol, weighs but
about 670 pounds.
) In addition to the very liberal warrantee given to
all pcrcbasers, we would say4 as heretofore, bat far
Biers who may desire it, are at liberty to work our
machine through tbe harvest, with any th6r, and
keep, aud pay for, the on preferred.
r re j .h lets with fall d xription of improvements
fumoniais, ao can oe naa oy eppueatioa to
THEODORE HILL, Agent.
lpril 18, If!l.
0 VARIETIES STRAWBERRIES.
Arnor c wbifb are Wilson's Allany, $1 per 100 or
It rer 1 CCD Jenny Llnd, $1,50 per 1C0 ; Triomphe
aVlmed, 12 per 1C0 ; BostonPine, Jloveys Seedling,
Ilookars, Lik Prince, Hay Qaeen and 23 other
kj1s at l per ICO.
Haats wX iiandolpa Una SprinJy of 1853 at 2
Afj. j:Ui ." . jriffAHAKUBEKT.
Announce to tbe pnbllo that be has opened out a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
rcprpfedPtited In quantify, quality and prices. lie
is determined Lis prices shall correspond with the
times, and therefore offer bere in tbe Wet, at just
as low rates as such goods can he purchased anywhere
to tbe United f .atea. As a sample of bis price be
will mention that he sells
Coats from $1,25 tip to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vasts from fel to 5.
Boots. Shoos, lists, Caps, fancy and White Shirts, Sus
tiers, Neckties. Sucks, Handkerchiefs, fee., In the tame
Tbe proprietor embrace this opportunity of returning
thanks for past patronage, and promise to spare no ef
fort In the future to give entire satisfaction.
Call o-xxcl boo Ixlxii.
BrownvlUe, June 18, lS61.-ly
Lools. Here !
CLOT II I N
1T111 give to customers Just now such bargains as bas
never before been presented to them Be will eell bis
goods or manufacture to order
And take In pay
CASH OR WHEAT.
At the highest market price,
Brown vine, August 39th. 1S8T.
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, TVhlps,
Lashes, Lines, Girths, Surcingles,
Stirrvps and Leathers, Snajfle,
Curb and Port Bitls, Ring
Bradoons, Buggy Trimmings.
Plastering Hair Constantly on Hand.
In order to suit all, I make harness from 6 J5
I have collars from 65 cents to $3 each.
Ualtcrs from 75c. to $1.75 each.
I WILL BELL AS LOW, if not lowe
than any one north of Bt. Joaech. and those
wishing anything in my line will find it to
their advantage to give me a call before buy
JOHN W. MDDLETON,
13UOT? AVIL.L.E, IT. T.
TO THE PEOPLE OP
In the month of fecember, 1S55. the nndersi?ned for
the first time uforfl f.r to tbe pr.hlic DR. J.BO
VEK BORS' IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS, 8Dd in thir
abort pfri d tber hnre Kien such i:nUfr.il satisfac
tion to the insitr thouBTiis of person wh hre trid
them that It Is no m ets!ih'J artirie. The amount
of bo'iliT anJ njpnta! misery arising simplv froin a ne
glect of sniaU direp'.aints is anrpritixig, and it is there,
fore of the utnioct Importance that a strict attention to
the leanfand moFt trlfiing bodily aliments should be
bad; forhsease of tbebtij- niust Invariably arTtK:t lUt
mind. The yithcrirers nw only ak trial of
DR: J. BOVEE DODS'S
Ixnp-sxial Wins Eitters
from all who have n.-r ured tbem. We challenge the
worWto produce thflr equal.
These Bitterf for the cure of Weik. Stomachs, Gen
eral Dcbiiitr, and for Purifying and Enriching tbe
Blood, are absolute".? unsurpassed by any other reme
dy 00. earth. To be assured of this, It is only neces
essary to make the trial.- Tbe wine is of a very supe
rior quality being about one-third stronger than oth
er wine, warming and Invigorating the whole 6y6tem
from the bead to the feet. As these bitters are tonic
and alterative In their character, no they strengthen
and invigorate the whole system and give a fine tone
and healthy action to all Its parts, by equalizing tbe
circulation, removing the obstructions and producing
a general warmth. Tbey are excellent for diseases and
weakness peculiar to Females, where a tonic is requir
ed to strengthen ami brace the system. No lady who
Is subject to latitude and falntnes, should be without
them, as they are revivifying in the!r action.
TFII1 not only Cure hut PrcYent
and tn this respect are doubly valuable to the person
who may use tbem for
weak Lungs, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, dlseasee of the
Nervous system. Paralysis, riles, and for all cases
requiring a Tonio.
Celebrated Tt'lne Ultters
For Sore Throat ao common anioug the Clergy they
are truly invaluable.
Fur tbe aged ana infirm, and for persons of weak
constitutions For ministers of the gospel, lawyers
and all public spackers for !book-keepers tailors
seamatresses. students, ar artists, and all persons lea
diLg a sedentary life, they will prove beneQcial.
11 a beverages they are wholesome, innocent, ana
delicious to the taste. They produce all the exhierat
ing effectsof brandyor wine, without intoxicating; ana
are a valuable remedy for persona adicted to the use of
etessive strong drink, and wr.o wish to refrain from It.
Tbey ate pure and entirely free from the poisons con-
eained in the adulterates wines ana nranaieswita wnica
the country is floodfa.
These bitters noto nly Curb but prevent disease, ana
should be used by all who live tn a country where the
water is bad, or where chtlla and fever are prevalent.
Being entirely innocent and harmless they may oegiv.
en freely to children and Infanta with impunity,
Physicians and Clergymen, ana temperance aavocaies
as an act of humanity, should assist tn spreading these
valuable bittera over the land, and threby essentially
banish drunkenness and disease.
In all affection of the IIead,Slck
Headache, or Nervous Head
ache, Dr.Dod's Imperial lVlne
Hitters 1T111 be found to be most
Salntarn and; ECicacIoug.
Th.o rnftfly Jdrtlfioates which bave been tendered es
and the letters wnicn we aaisy receive, are conclusive
proof that among the women these Bitters bave given
a satisfaction which no otbera have ever done before.
No woman in the land should be without them, and
thofe who once use them, will not fall to keep a full
DR J Boveo Dod'a
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS,
Are nrcnared by an eminent and. skillful physician, wft
bas uned them successfully in his practice for the las
twenty-five years. The proprietor before puronasm
the exilnslve richt tj manufacture and sel I Irr, Bove
Doda' Celebraie Imperfal Wine Bit crs, badtthera test
ed by two distinguished medical practitioners, who pro
nounced them a valuable and safe remedy for disease.
Althouehthe medical men of this country, aa a gen
eral thing, disapprove of Patent Medicines, yet we do
not believe that a respectable Physician can be rouna
tn th Kriled Hates, acoualnted witn tneir medical
properties, who will not highly approve Dr. Dua'i im.
PERI AL WINE BITTERS
In all newly settled places, where mere is always
a large anantity or aeeaying unmet, rrom woicn a poi
sonous miasma Is created, these bitters shuold be used
every morning tof ore breakgast.
DR. J. BOTEE DOBS'
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS
Are composed of a rnre and unadulterated win, coro-'
blned with Barberry, Solomon's Seal, Comfrey, wiia
Cherv Bark. Sniknard Camomile Flowers, and Gentian.
Thev are manufactured by Dr. Dop himselr, who is an
experienced and successful physician, ana nence snouia
not be classed among the quack nostrums which flood
the country, and against which the medical profession
so justly denounce.
Tbee truly valuable Bitters bave been so thoroughly
tested by all classes of community, for almost every vrl
ety of disease incident td human system, that they are
now deemed indispensable aa a
Tonic, Medicines and a
rarcliase one Bottle
It Costs but Little! Purify tbe
Blood. Give Tone to tbe Sto
niach -Ilcnovase tbe Sjs
and Prolong Life
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN
IPISW 11 MP. 'sniTnii
t v a u :i ii s 1.1?;. m
Tj SL V ' - . 1 . .
Patented February 14th. 1SCO
JNIAIN STREET. BROWNVILLE. N. T.
Takes pleasure in announcing that he has now on hand, a laree and select stock of every art cle in hii line,
Plymouth Rock, Charter Oak, Valley Purge, Elevated Oven, Sec,
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, some of which are entirely new design, viz
Cook and Parlor stoves, something very nice indeed for smal 1 families
Of alt the Improved pat'ers ; via
t TTTIMTxscollO;X2 eons
HEAVY SHEliT IKON hOR SUGAK 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
NKW YOKK. . ,
This Machine i.i constructeil jii an entirely new
rrineiide of machinery, poking many rare iinJ vnl
uaLle iioprovementi. having been exnrninel by the
mot profound expert., and pronouneesl to be SIM
I'LIUITV and lJi;r.r ECTIOX COMBINED. '
The following are the principal objection ured
ainst Sewing Jlachines
I. Excessive fatigue to
LOOK FOR THE Sir. r.r ....
II 0 MORTAR
J. J. THTJRMAN
2. Liability to got out of
3. Expense, trouble and
loi-s of time in repair
every description of
5. Disagreeable noicie
while in operation.
The Empire Swing Machine is Exempt
from all tlicbe oojectious.
Jt has a straight needle perp
Vi r H r i
0s -n h h '
ka- MOT W awS tUrnii. ' 3S
I have procured the right to manufactnre a late simple and improred self-sealinj: Fruit Tan to which I call tho
attention of tbe 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 country
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 I warrant io give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undorsold in the upper country J. C. DECSER.
Brownville, August, 30 1860.
Pile $100 per Bottle, 6 BottIC3
Fiwm . THE
UllIOIl AR?1Y VICTORIOUS,
GOODS CHEAPER THAN EVER.
THE STORE FOR BARGAINS.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C0LIE AND SEE HE.
DEN'S NEW STOCK.
I have this day received my
Hardware and Queensware,
Dry Goods and Groceries,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Powder and Shot,
To which I take pleasure la calling tha spedal atten
tion of the public, f eellng assured I can effar such in
ducements to purchasers aa they never before have bad
in this place. I have purchased under peculiarly favor
ably circumatances, aad will give my patrona the bene
fit of my good fortune.
I Buy and Sell for Cash,
OR PRODUCE IN HAND.
CASH IAID rOH HIDES.
Prepared and sold by
CHARLES WIDDIFIELD & CO.,
78 William Street, TTevr Tort.
Tor sale by druggiata and grocers (renerally through
out the country. Oct. 17. 1BSI.
For the Fall Trade.
The subscriber has for sale the coming Autumn
tbe following :
500 Houghton's Seedling and Claeter Gooseberj.
1,000 Ked Dutch Currant.
2,000 New Rochelle Blackberry.
200 Red Ant warp Raspberry.
200 Brinckle's Orange "
100 White Grape Currant.
500 Victoria Rhubarbi
500 Isabella Grape.
500 Catawba Grape.
100 Concord Graoe.
100 Tattle's ked Grape (New and fine.)
Also: a large assortment of Ornamental Shrub
bery, for which see priced list, which will be for
warded gratis on application.
H. A. TERRY,
yng. 1851. Crescent City, Iowa.
p Tuicn i
k. -H EI III i I M M I
u u iaiitiiWu 4 win asiua
miikes the LOCK or SHUTTLE STICII, which will
NEITHER HIP nor RAVEL, and id alike on both
siJe ; performs perfect, sewing on every description
of tn cori-al, tromljt-athor to the finest Nan?o"k Mur
liu, "with cotton, linen or silk thrcii,froin ihe ct
se.t to the fino?t number.
Having neither CAM nor COG WHEEL, and the
the lea-H possible friction, it runs as smoothly as
glass, and is
" rmphr.tlcally a Noiseless Madiire!
It requires twenty-five per cent, less power t
drive it than any other Machine in market. A girl
of twelve years of ae can work it sfadily, without
fatigue or injury to health.
It's strength and WONDERFUL SIMPLICITY of
conftrnction render it alraots imp'ssiblo to get it out
of order, and is GUARANTEED ly the company to
give entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invite all tbose who may desire to
supply themselves with superior article, to cull and
examine this UNRIVALLED MACHINE.
But in a more special manner do we solicit the
a X- f Y"""- " f - . . . .
vioinity thaf be his remove I h"n
M-Jney.Iowa, to the fit? (.f Jlrownvi'-., T. ,r,"a
added thereto aa extensive sto.k or " ' J
Dye SiufTs, .
Taints an J Oils,
Pure Winps and Lu
vi -"i rurposes
Hair and Tooth brush
t ine T
Invite3 the puhilo pitmnae. '
Sj-Physician'a Prescription attended to at n .
loih hy day and nu-ht. "
Brownville, Apni IIth,lS3I.
The Economy of TJsin
Dr? s Makers
Coret Makers, .
Shirt and Bosom Makers,
Vest and Fanta'.oon Makers.
5TBiligious snd Charitablo Institutions will be
liberally dealt with.
Price of Machines, Complete:
No. I, or Family Machine. $45,00: No. 2 Small
f ized Manuf;icturin, $(30,00 ; No. 3 Large sized
Cabinets in Every Variety.
We want Agents tor all towns in the United
States, where agencies are not already established,
to whom a liberal discount will be given, but we
make no consignments.
T. J. LIcAHTHTJR c Co.,
510 IlroatHvay, Vciv York.
Family S ewing Hachine.
umai the liiio
I mted States Fair
Ttl rn.-hinc make the celpt,r.el CSorn u
BAKER STITCH, which ha IaV-.h ,y,-.,T.1 .
is Stare Fair, in September i.t Z
in St. Louis, in isko nn,i ..
principle state Fairs throughout toe country,
O.nipeteut Judges (tare a deciMon in farcr of t-,
stitch. ..n accunt o It j great strength sad Uiptdiio. J
all Kind of family and Drinufai-tiiriim p;irp.M
The f.,l lo-irmg Table ill how the differeixe in
or dewing Mjchiue over theoM aieth.d of atttclutirv,
band. In the werkina of 'fce-e Jijomne rire
only a ?reat savir.ir of labor and time, bsirte v m
greatly to the healthf nines of theempIoTment bV!h"
otjtch is much htr.,tier, more elaxtic, and les lut tu
np or ravel than tbe stitch made wits shuttle'!
Wholesale and Ketail.
Evan Worthing ,
lb ASS Mlf
jLWjE3 3152: OH
a ?m f I 3 ILL
Come and see and
Brownrille, August, 30. I860.
CI Mob Mb
Has Just receivel a
Liquors, which he w
Quart or single Drink.
choice lot of the best brands of
ill eell by the Barrel, (iailon,
The ol lowing U a partial list
Time consumed in malting Ry Machiae
up umes' uaroiciiij. Hoar
3! mure, i i
ji usiia Shirt,
up tientlenien' (iaiiueuu Hour.
iipntiemau s Shirts,
n:iljur. K.v. I
i to i
X; S 6 i
ltj . 10 111
i s I
4u 7 i ?
to i ;
lie. i By Han.J.
ilin. Hour. M;n. ',
40' 18 2
IS 3 lit
4(5 " 9 IS
69 - - 5 13
And a variety of eommos articles.
BILLIARD SALOON AND
BROW N V I LL E
True Deleware Grape Vines
PROPAGATED PROM THE ORIGINAL
Strong, Well-rooted One Year Old Vinet provn in
open air. 60 cts to $1 each, $5 to 10 per doz. Extra i
year old vine, and Ao. I, extr large layert, with
bearing wood, $1.60 fo 42.00. to $13 $13 per dozen,
ALiSO One vines of A I ten's new white Hybrid. Anna.
Cleveling, Concord, Cuyahoga. Clara, Clinton, Cavsa
dy. Catawba. Diana, Herbemont, Hartford, Prolific, Is
abella, Logan, Le Nolr, Lydia, Louisa, Lyman, Nor
ton' Virginia. Ontario, Oporto Rebecca. Rogers's new
Hybrids Taylor'n B illitt.To-Kalcn. Union Village, and
Uiauy other kinrn. at low prices.
Wll-on's Albany Trtnmph de Grand. Jenny Llnd,
Trollope s Victoria, and Austin Shaker Strawberries.
Rirtlasd, and Ctawiisa ever bearing Racpbarries,
xawtoirg Blackberries. &c, all at the lowest rates,
5j"Send for aciruuiar.
GEO. W. CAMPBKLL. Delaware, O.
Oct. S. I860. nl6-2ra.
AXD SHOES MADE
Y7 ARE AIITED!
Brown rllle, Oct. St, 1R6I.
"W. T. DEN".
Electric Wcatlier indicator. "
This neat and curious instrument foretells the
Jieaiher from 12 to2i hoursin ailnw. S.nf,
t7U ec'Pt of 50 CB, V7 the manufaetnrerf,
LEt- Tf CO., ewark, if. J. Liberal diuocuttso
U'CllSLG ITOtlOO 2
1 will aall Good Apple Trees, 8 to 8
foot high at , $40 per 1000
3 to 6 feet high at 35 per 1000
x.ir iio, many tntmnowin iruit,
body 8 to 11 feet high
Seedling trees, 8 to 11 feet
Red Dutch Currant, I year old
" 3 years old
Houghton Reedlin; Oooeherry, 1 year-
nougnton heechnj Goosberry. 3 years, 10 per
uu tiww Antwerp Uaspberry. 1 per
Franeonia Basiberrv. ....
.Strawberry, 25 varieties, from-.. 2 to 10 per 1000
iownors rrotino strawberry 3 per 10O
Victoria Rhubsrb - 15 per 100
Cahoon's Beedling Rhubarb 15 per 100
Sootch Hybrid Rhubarb 39 per 1000
Seedling Rhubarb.... .... 20 per 1000
Iloe, Hardy bummer, 20 varieties 15 pei 100
Rose, Hybrid Perpetual. 25 varieties... 2Q n inn
iose, iimoing, o varieties 18 per
Also a large assortment of Ornamental
Shrubs at 12 par
Peroriptiva Catalogue ssnt to all aprlicanti
'auii jo. jjuur.
Addraes, C. D STEVENS, Agemt.
iSmnJtnlM. T,.ll VI
Jaanary 3, 1812. tll-ia
60 per 1000
35 per 1000
4 per 100
10 per 100
4 per 100
li!a U J LLa iLiU Li O y ir a
J JST Z
H - T S 1 - - . -
r'rT T'i TTV " r5! LfT'rJ fr? r
Ten Pin Alley.
SEEDS AND MACHINES,
No. 14, North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, 310.
Sign of the Gilt Plow.
And Xo's. 203 Xorth Fourth St.. or 213 Broadway.
PLANT & BROTHER,
ARE RECEIVING a laree assortment of
Plows. Harrow Cultivator. Hoe. Rakes,
f hovels, Spades. Picks. Ases, Hatchets.
Scythes. SnatliH, Cradeli F'.rks ft: inilst.,.ie
Cah.rt.n's Broiici-t Seed Sower Seed I iiW.
tly. Str iw mi'I C.'ti i' - I' i- to--
The Franklin Family
lias one aivan'ace which U worthy of especial axtentlon
in addition to the peculiar cbartu ter of the f.itth, acd
that la its adaptation to either liifbt or nie-liuru heary
work . The Ma-.lnne wlili h at np moment is afi ia
THE MUST DELICATE FABRIC, in a few mo
menti after can be brrjuitht to bear wi;h tbenan: facil
ity on rottonaiiea ni towel of tbe " ret 4M:iipri. n.
Its ad3p.-tion for FAMILY H'ORK. in tin: remark,
ble. and uivea it a superiority over erery other style of
machine in the Market.
In order that these Machine may be placed itutLe
namU of air classes, we hare re-im-ed the prjri nf our
FR AX KLIN FAMILY MACHIXE TO FORTY
DOLLARS. From tbe increase of our btmiaens for the
Idfl year, and the entire attraction otrr Maihiaei are
Sivinjt throughout the Unitel State ana European
Countries, we are led tnl.eliee tfMtonr dtermiint:n
to mjnnrictrtre a PERFECT. SIMPLE, RELIABLE
AXD CHEAP MACHIXE. has been fully appreciate
ty the public. This policy will roinain unrlianEud, antf
as heretofore no Machine ill be allowed tw lectthe
office that we cannot tuliy warrant in every recyecj.
e shall keep on haiJ at all times a general asaort
inent of Sewiim Machine nisterlal
Needle for all raaehinea ran be orJersi 6y J 41 1 o;
Expre". Price One Ju!Ur per d len.
Persons in the cotintry, by eenounj n thtlr a'l,h"
enclina a letter st imp, can have forwarded by retiiri
mail one ot our circulars containing tbe different tie
ot Machine. Hat of prices and sample of w..ric.
U. liJtllAIItJS & CO.
Principal Amenta for the Ii'orth W?s.
Office and S.i!erooru 133 Lake S'reet, Chicago, Iliiu.i
K. RICHARD La:oof L. Cornell St. Co.
C K WIS WALL.
JJO.W. TAPP., formerly Ag't for .he Grove:
Baker Sewing ichiue.
Jannary9th' 19B2. n2(J-tf
THE OPORTO GHAPH .
The Oporto is a very strcnj grower, anl h tp
feet'y hardy, having fruited annually for inoce th
ten years. It is very productive, old Tine ha
ing produced from five to--nver ten bujaels
in a sinla sen3on. Two vines, two yearj plan'."
in La irni!e county, Illinoi?, wern uninjured by the
cold, and fruited lant season. The wine fiadi a ra
dy pale from two to four dollars per gallon.
what the rublic say of theOj.rt'.
"It is esteemed by rhysieians a (rood T( rt TVic?
It is soncewhat astringent, rich and of Ann body
The vines aro unfailing and g'od bearen." Ke?.
"I have six diuorent kinds of Cnp, aaJ t;
Oporto is the best of either of them for wine, at I
better than any other grape that I am acquajnteu
with." A. Devereaa, in the Rural. . ."
uvr several yf ara we have made wine frca the
Oporto Grape, and find a reidy sale at ofted ..Harper
bottle, selling 50 Lotties for single orders" IvtJ
Strong vines $1 to $'T. For vines or f:rrjTrt
address E. WARE S WESTER Lyonj, . -
Wheat! Wheat! Wheat!
Farmers Look to Yonr Interest!
Is paying anil will toutiaue u p.iy tie UiKet Mi te
fVHEA T and PR OD I CE.
in C'Kxls. Mj f lock of Grrfxls consists of
LOUTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS.
DRY GOODS and
NAILS, DOORS ac J
GLASS and PUTTY
LASTERING HAlR.SOc rer lu... -
TUBS and RI CKETS.
WEAL an.) FOT ,
norp a w
Leiu r ... r;M ii
BOOTS and SHOES,
wb i I will warrant fo ?:ive ?u'i.-f.ictioO. I 'f
my pje-fi.1 st.k of C.;A, a' pnee-. to suit the ti::'
wtm.-ri i! beclieaijer t un emxl have wen
before, for CjIi. Ili les. Whoat or Prluoe of nT
but no credit will be given
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Brownville and vicinity, that he has
jus: opened new LIVERY STABLE, where he will always be
reaay 10 rurnisn gentlemen with
Oiiricres, oto., etc.
CHARGES REASONABLE "
JOHN A. SMALL.
KIrbj's Araentaii iron Harvester
Revolving and Sprinz tooth norse Hay Rakes
Kranser's Cider and Wine Mills with Press, '
S'i-ar Cane Crushers and Evaporators,
Mott's Portable Furnace am! Calilrons,
Portable Engines ami Horse Powers,
Portable Flouraml Corn Meal liills,
Wotxl and Iron Workin? Jtachiriery
Mortising and Tenoning Machine. '
Lathers. Bolt Cutters. Coach Screws, Lanterns
Qieen's Portable Forsc and Bellows,
Leather arxl Rnbber Belting.
Lace Leather and Stenni Packing.
Frenche's Washing Machine, Sie'elvarct Scales
GARDES', GRASS AXD OTHER SEEDS.
. K?"3end for fTirculai-a.C2
Orders solicited andprompflv executeJ rr
PliAKT & BROTHER.
March, 1861. (Kui-4n-An38-4iu)
Brcwuville, An?ustlst, ISfit.
PRINCE & CO'S.
Linnsan Botanic Gardens and icr.5cries
Flushing, -Long Island, Near
which a-e.ent to
2R s, Cm.:"'
Every Variety of Tomato.
Lir-o Rod, Lar-g Tellow, Aprlo and Pcacb, Ted
num. Yellow Plum, KeJ Fi, (sometime callc
Pear,)YelIrw I ic, fherrj, Lester's Perfected, New
White. French Tree Tomato, the new upright vnrietj
PiR-kaes of seed of all the above eleven varieties
will be frwarded post-paid on receipt of one dollar'
Frir.eh Tree Tomato 2 ct.. per packa-f Jiyw
nui-, 10 lii'sicr t crtectea lc'
BrewnviHe, JUB 19tk. 1861.
PTiTtmn hata r.nntr'
purchasers vt Trees, an.l tu apili'llt-
tliii.ni V.-. 1 ra ratal"11
. ... ' . . UC.-HII'l". .
trtiainen'al Trees ai.,1 Sfuut.s. Ra-i.cer;ie
ari.1 ail oiher f ui-tll Fruits. X
Cliryantteronws. Palox Iris, P nbie be
j aid other He: bace-.m Flowerioi :a, mental
j Larze Fruit Trees. Kverreen t'J "' jiarins
Trees n4 Stirub. suual.ie fur ltnoiWi - 9 for
and eral.elishnient. X. 4 W-..;eie v jiAse
l Xurteries and Dealers, conipri-i2?Tree'" -....'raf'in.
iauis. iinio..- riower noon. v AV''
! cultural and Flower Feeds, and T. ees ana s"'
i &.c. Xo. 6 Descriptive Cjtal. gue ui rrie,. wjth
Collection of 160Seiect Tanetiesor a ,. ,rt Nj.
a RzjrCTED 1. 1ST. and Directions f r Cu.u j
Wboierale U.-t of Xatve and Forcist. G"'T:' t.iCr
Cataloirue of Bn!tou t Flowera of every t J e,
with Trees and Herbaceous Fonie. Viix if''t'0i oti
Polemlhtia. Cowslips. Aoruula-s. P,1S',',' Ct-jU4'
Rjrp F'nwarinir Hnl. Xn. 10 W hole "
LrvoP,l iv,...m v.. 1 1 TaLiloiua of OreenSi o
I -3 CU. per ounce. Trrcry o Gvnhn terf Xo. t-t-Deecriptive Catalogue, at
or e. . Catalogues gfatij. Varkaper. wam-nteJ F -reu-n Vsrietie of Grapev -,fc? !'
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.IAMB'S .1 M CDTTPonr. i CBUim-i"!
I J"rj, IS92, XT. VarVcaiil-'s,.
prica at tbe lowHt rate.
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