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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1864)
A young gentleman with a medium
s4ze light brown mustache, and a suit of
clothes such as fashionable tailors fome--times
furnish to their customers "on ac
commodating ierm3," that is on the' in
secure credit system came into a .hotel
cne afternoon, and after calling for a
glass cf Madpria, turning to the com
pany and cfiered to bet with any man
present that Grant would not take Rich
mond. Nobody, however, wanting to
Vet. the exquisite glanced arcund con
temptuously and remarked
I want to make a bet of some kind ;
I don't care a fig what it is. I'll bet any
man from a thiiling's worth of cigars to
fire hundred dollars. Now's your time,
gentlemen; what do you propose?'
Sipping a glass cf beer in one corner
of the bar- room, sat a plain old gentle
man who looted as though he might be a
farmer. He sat down his glass and ad
dressed the exqnijite.
Well, mister, I am cot in the Labit cf
rr.akirg bet?; but seeing you are anxious
about it, I don't care if I gratify you. So
I'll bet you a levy's worth of sixes that I
can pour a quart of molasses into your hat
and turn it out a solid lump of molasses
candy in two minutes by the watch."
Dn9 !"said the ex quiiite, taking off
his hat and handing it to the farmer.
It was a splendid article, that shone
like black satin. The old gentleman took
the hat and requested the bar-keeper to
send for a quart of molasses "the cheap
sort, at six cents a quart; that's the kind
I use in this experiment," said he, hand
ing fcix cents to the br.r-keeper.
The molasses was brought, and the old
farmer with a very grave and mysterious
countenance, poured it into the dandy's
hat, while the exquisite took out his
watch to note time.
Giving the hat two ot three shakes,
: with a Signor Blitz like adoritnessi and
started into it and watched the wonder
ful process jof consolidation.
"Time up," said the dandy.
The old farmer moved the hat. "Well
I do believe ii ain't hardened," said he
fp a tone expressive cf disappointment'.
"I missed it somehow or other that time,
and I suppose I've lost the bet. Bar
Veeper, let the gentbeman have the ci
gars twelve Eixes, miiii and charge
in the bill."
"wat of the cigars!" roared exquisite,
you've spoilt my hat that cost me five
dollars, and you must oay for it."
"That was'nt in the bargain," timidly
answerep the old gentleman; "but I'll let
you keep the molasses which is a little
more than e agreed for."
Having drained the tenacious fluid
from his beaver as best he could into
a spit-box, the man of mustache rushed
from the place his fury abated by the
Ill-suppressed laughter which followed
his exit, lie made his complaint at the
experiment was made with his own con
sent, nodamige could be recovered.
The Springfield News is indebted to a
correspondent for the following, which is
too good to be lost, and for the accuracy
cf which he voushrs. . .
A short time ago, in the loyal ciiy of
Philadelphia, a "largely" dressed fe
male answering tha discriptioa of an F.
I V., hailed a street car, and just as it
Mopped to take her aborcd, a Union
so'dien stepped out of the car. On en
tering several seats were vacant, and this
vrculd-le lady inquired in a very sharp
"Where did that soldier sit ?"
. No answer.
Again, but in a more shrill tone than
at first, the came question was put :
"Where did that soldier sit ?"
Still no reylo from any of the passen
gers, the car going ahead, the lady still
unseated when the same question was
fairly spit out between her teeth.
An honest Hibernian, quietly seatsd
xi3ar the uuhappy female, no doubt being
desirous of relieving her in some slight
"Faith ma'am, he sat on his end, and
took it away with him."
What the rest of the occupants of the
car did, I do not know, but one gentleman
left as speedily as possible and, the above
information through him was too rich, to
t belong kept a secret.
A sturdy sergeant being obliged to
submit to the amputation of his hand
. the surgeon offered to administer Chlo
roform as usual; but the'reteran refused,
saying, "if the cutting was to be done
n him he wanted to see it." and
laying his hand on the table, submitted
' to the operation without a sign of pain,
excepting a firmer setting of the teeth
as tha saw struck the marrow. The op
eration as he finished, looked at his victim
with admiration, and remarked:
You ought to hare been a surgeon
"I was the next thing to cne afore I
fnlisted," said the hero.
u What was that?" asked the doctor.
' A butcher!" responded the sergeant,
wiihagrira mile, which, despite the
sarrourding communicated itself to'the
The Montrial Gazette is in tears over
the alleged practice of entrapping sailors
in Quebex for the Federal service. It
' calls for more stringent and vigorous laws
To have a clear Conscience ruy the
, " rZr- . HWMU J. .V Jill 1 I '" U.W ij , '
wff$ff : ill Wf
GROVESTEEN & CO,
PIANO FORTH MANUFACTURERS.
LCD XJt TLCDJDT7US-ZT. MTIITTtr "STOJIir..
Tin? ctNnii. ii of tb' I i.io iud th trudc i- i:ivit J to our New Scale 7 Octnve uoewood Pi.ir.o
Forte, wliicli i'i.r vi.lrr arid i nri!y of Iw.n are unrivalled by nny liitljcrto i)(T''r.d in tl.1'9 mirkt. They
contain ail ths mod rn imi rvvi r. cuts, Fn-rn h. Grand action, Harp I'tdal, Iron Frame, Over-.Strung L'asf,
ic, and each instrnmcnt Wlrs mr.de cr.d..-r the i.frsonnl mpervi-i. n of Mr. J. li. Ururciteuo. wjo has
Lai a radical cxj cricncc of ovcri:0 yenrs ia t!if ii iiiar;ufnoture, i? fully warranted in every particular.
TIic 'Grov!jlc.'On riano Fci-i'' received tlic Iif.FiesC anp.Edormcrit
over:iI! o!Iae- at the Celebaatcd Vi urlii's lai:-!
Where wore rxhil'ifcd fiitrwiac:iit froia ths best mp.Vcr? of Jjiidon, U, O.-.-jn-ny, Piii!aJ--lo!:ii, Vi'.l
:inor,l'.?t?n aiid New Yoik ; rnd h! o at the .Imeri'u Institute for five iacves.ivo ytar., the gild and
silver i i"d;il5 fn iu both of w'uic'u era uj s."?".i tit our w..r.'-ruoia.
I5y the intm! action of iia(ioveni;ijt. we nv..; a f'i!! iu ire jerfrct Tiim Forto, nr.d by mri'i Tartu ring
lar -ly, w ith a striut'.y cash syclvtu, to c Lulled toeff-r these instruments at a p-ice wbn-h w;ll ireolade
nl! rr-npptiti jn. ,
riilCila No. 1, Seven Octavo, round cornor?. R wo wood p'ana ease $275.
No. 2. Seven Ortave, rJund c.tin.r., l;sawojd heavy moulding
N. 3 Seven Octave, r.-nrid cornets, Ji.-eT,oi li'uisXIVF.yli 52i,a fas simi'e cf the above cut.
. rroi'3-if5: 3NTcit Cr.Gli, i-tx Crirront 2Px.x2xcl3.
""PESCUIIT1V K ClHCULMiS SJiST juna 3J ni3-v8 ly
HE-TSa S!a W CSr,
SAW AKD FLOURIXG
i B-r-wi W -- --- w
WILLkaep constantly on hand an assortment of
Entra-Superfino to Ccmncn
IF -Hj O TEJ IB
X jOl. rZ 3ZI ,
And all ether article nsnnlly'lcept in a first-cla?
Mcr hant Flouricg or Saw Mill.
Drowaville, March 3Lt,'64. n30-S ly.
Tho greatcet improvement yet in the Scwinn Ma
chine Art. A ciiiiity wuith seeing.
Please sni for cirealirj with samt;!- cf Sewing.
The?? Improved M.vhinc? ftve one hiin-lre.l rer
.-eiit. of thread and silk, aud make the L'jck-Siitoh
n'ihe iu bjlh . iJ.s.
Thy require no instruction to operate perfectly.
ex.fjiL the ' printed directijn.'
No change in sewing from oas kiul of goods to
Ac 1 no taking apart to cloaa cr oil.
Our Xew Manufactory is now crraolcte. wi h all
it niaoliiucry and t-w'ls entirely tiuw, and is already
lapidly turnintf 'Ut Machint:3, which for Lemty and
oortetiin of hni;li arc Uvt turpusitd by any uuua
faclare in the world.
Jf. r. Sl'ould any Mifflin- prove unsatisfactory,
it cau be returned and tauaey refunded.
Agent wanted ia ccanties not canvassed ly our
FIA'Xi.K,B & JA'OX, S. M. CO.
NO. 533 DIIOADWAY, N. Y.
No. 43 v8 ly.
mm m m,
BHEITMYEII k ROBISON.
WR eatl the attention of the Lad es and Gentleman
of ISicwuville anj jcin(y to our new stock ol
Boots and Slia, Gaiters, I?
morals, Lace Zloois, Polka
SIiocs and Jontiy
Boys', 32iss Clisidrtii aiidliilanis
Juit Received, wLicbwe will sell as cheap for tbe
uth an toj Louse lu the Wf.t.
D00TS AND SHOES MADE TO OKDER
In tie very latest fettles. VTe warrant all cur work to
give Faiisi4u.Uuu, tur we etupioy EtUfcM? t.ho best or
LEATHER AKD SKQF FINDINGS
For iale, and every thing beltngiDg to the trade.
We return our thanks to the public for past favors
at by Ftrict attention to onr business ho; e to merit
fht literal patronage bestowed upon us heretofore.
Bear in miad that onr motto is the -.'.NlUisLE FENN i."
t3-COME AND SEE US.-C8
XloiDvii"iiiS of 15Ziiidt3
Done ou short notice iu a neat workman-like manner.
BEEITMTKt & ROBIN SOV,
April 23,' 1S64.
NEW Orleann, Clarified, Crushed and Powdered Su
gars, Guideu Syrup Sugar lloue aud i'orgUum
At LIcIiaueblin & Swan's.
TUB bwt FI,urfrom theL. S. V. G. Milts in quarter
Lalt and whole itucks kept
At ilicLauqhlin Si Svvnn's.
QAWS, Hammers, Hatchets Files, Ox Chains and
At McTjiiuehlin fe Rwnn's.
SMOK1XG and Che win Tolacco, Cisars pipes Pipe
stems and Xhaeco Pouches, iu great variety,
At Alclj&ugh.lin & Swan's.
MACEKRAL. Lake Trout, White a.h, Cod3sh, etc.,
ex., constantly on had
At McLaughlin & Swan's.
PLAT Caius. Kc&t mauls, Slioe thrad, In '.ia Rubber
B!U. Psltent thread, &'cisors, W-raijpiag and
tiooui twuie, to be bad
- ' . , At 3IcLaughlinSr Swan's.
rpnE highest Oiurket p lice paid fur Country Produce
A At HcLaugclin t Swaa'8.
The brst, Chrr.pst, r.n'l iTiost Eucoscsful
I'mily Taper in the Union."
A C3IIPL2TE PICTOPvIALCrTHE TIKI.S .
t-PLEN UiriY II.LI'STIIATKD.
Price Six C't :i N'mither; -M0 a Vcar
Critical y-jtice of the Prcus.
I?? frrsh have, its clear typo, its entertaining
vunty, it srverc but ju.-t eritieisms uw.n the lollies
of the times, its el -'gapily written and instructive
arli.'l.'s, and it. able eoriestHtridence, all cf.mhine t
make it the ni xiel new.-j,.in,.r ,,f 0ur country, and
-ne that every family must prize. Its c-n J. n.-.-d
week;y summary of for, i:a an,! domestic .v
(jmrrU aliogefber fupcri.-r ro that contaiued in
any tiher juuriisl. P.ing publishrd, too, in a form
fo-preservation tnd binding, if taken cr re of as it
deserves to be, it will be found ia future years as
welcome a companion forlhe farnilv and lir-.-.-idc rs
the day on which it was first pursued. X Y.
We would not so often call a Iter si in to IlArrEii'.s
Wkekly if we were not well salisHcd that i. is the
bo.tfumihj Paper in the United Soi, aud for that
reason, and that, idoce, we de.-ire to ste it und.-r-mir.e
and root, out a certain kind of liter.".! uro too
prevalent, W im-h blunts tho morals of its readers
itifites their taste fur s';nsihlo reading, and is al
ready bad in its eft tv t . A.-w Lo do n A : tr-rt ia,:r.
Wherever we go in rail-ears a;, 1 Fic.iTs.b'-ars
we find it seize! with e::gerncs-, b-.t-aw-i of ::s sj 'r
ittd Pketehcs if pi--i;ig events. Ve all t!;e io
look at the f ices -t" inui we have rea l of. and at
ships and forts that here f ;i:r.?din tie ll.-.-dv
scenes of war. Of all sucdi meu and pi ic-. ani
e-.er.ts, this rap ;r furnishes thS best, iilatn.ti-.r.s.
Our future li. tuii ins will enrioh themsei ves .-tit o
lUnrEus Vt.';ki.Kv long after writers, a;. 1 oaint
eis. and publishers ere turned to dust. A'. Yl'vaii-
One O- r-y for One Year 5.1 00
One Copy for Two Years i 00
An Kxtra. Copy will be allowed for every CI u I-for
$25. Sruscji-Er.s, at $2,50 each, or 11 Copies tl
llAnrER's Magazink and Eabpek's Weeslt.
together, one year, j 00.
IIakpek.s Wkekly is elecfrotyped, and lack
numbers ca n be bad t any time.
Vols. I.. II., HI., IV., V.. and VI. for the Yenrs
l8a7 to 18o2 inclusive. of "HAllPEK'S WKFKl.Y."
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are now ready. The posltago upon lIxurKK s
WEEKLY, when yaid in advance at the ohi.-e where
it u received, is twr-ntv-six cents a voir.
JIAKPilK & URO'i UKn.
FKAKMN fcQCAun, New Yof.k.
Tho rciders of the Continental are aware of the
i;n; -.r.ant pi ?:tion it has assumed, of the ii.ilnon -e
which it exerts, and of the brilliant array f politi
cal and literary talent, of the highest order whi-h
mi Pi rts it. No puhlii-ation ot the kind his, ir,
tins enuntrj', so suc-esl'u!ly ecialined the energy
ar ! freedom of the daily r-ewspaj-er with the high
er literary ton5 of tho Cr-t-class monthly; and if ii
very cc rfniij th it n maizino his jflvca wider
UJie t. ii- c .'.tributors; or preserved iueif.'-o eoin-pi.-'ely
from fie orruvv iiiflucn-es of party or of
I'aetion. Iu times l;ke the pr-. s nt, sueti a j-.-urnal
i? either a ; v.- r ia tliel in lor it is i.n'.lihi. That
tho Coi.l.iiental is not the laiter is itui
ill o its
( vsdi n-ed by what it ha.- U'nc by the
'nt counsels iu many iuiporumt j ubii'
in the eliarader aid power of those
W il o
1 hough but- little tiioro than a year has eh-p.-e
sin-;o the Continental was first established, i; h.n
duiinj that titeaeijuired a str-rtr.-! fi a;.l a fini-
anew elevn;iiijj it to a oii,ln I'arahoxc th:it jn
vicusiy oeeupie-1 a strength and a puliiirad s!f,;fi
eanee elevating it to .1 pasition far above that pre
viously occupied by oiiy p ililuntien'"' the kind in
Auv-rica. In proof of whhh assertion we cull at
tention to the followitiij fact;:
1. Of its j jlie.al articles republished in pamphlet
fmm. a sinlo one h:s h ad, thus far, a circulation
of !iifl hundred and six thousand copies.
2. From its literary depart ui iit, a singln serial
novel. "AuiMig. tho Pine," bos, within a very few
tonths, sold nearly thirty-five- thousand copies
Two other series of its literary articles h ive also
been republished in book form, while the first p-.-r-tt
n of a third is already in press.
No mure eoualusive facts need Imj aliedged to
prove the the excellence of the contributions to tho
Continental, or their extraordinary pp!a-ity: and
its conductors are determined tloit it shall n t fail
behind. Preserving all "the badness, vi r and
ability" which a thousand journals have attributed
to it, it w ill greatly enlarge its jin le of acti..n. and
dis'uss, fearlessly and frankly, every principle in
uolved id the great questions of the day. Toe first
minds of the country eiubnu-inr the in-ni most
ffiniiinr with its d pkuua--y and no.st di.-!ingu'.sh;'d
for ability, are amontr its c-jntiibufors: an 1 it is
no mrre "tlaitering ..romise of a j.n. spectns" tosav
that this "magiiziue for the time:" will cinj.u.y the
the first, i-ireliect iu America, uuder janspiecs which
no publication ever enjojed before in this country.
V.'hilo the Coutineutal will cxprcs dt-:-id.d
oj-itiions on, the gieat quti'.ii.ns of the day, it will
not bo a mere political journal: m :ch the larger
!-rti--n of its columns will be enlivened, as hereto
fore, by talcs, poetry and humor. Iu a Word, the
Continental w ill ha found, under its new stalfof
Kditors. occupying a-losition and presenting aUa.c
tioiiS never betorj found in magazine. -
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Three copies for cne year, tkl'O
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Postage Twenty-four cents a year, to be paid by
Three dollars a year, in advance. Postage paid by
JOHN F. TKOVr. 50 Urecne St., N. Y.,
Publisher for tha Proprietors.
As an inducement to new subscribers, the Pub
lishers oJers the following libera! prd-i'.urrH :
Any person remitting $3, in advance, will re :
the luagnziue frizn July, -1-S62, to January.
ihus securing the whole of Mr. Kimball's and lit.
Kirke's new serials, which are alone worth the
price cf the subscription. Or, if preferod, a sub
scriber can take the magazine for 18!33,and a copy
of "Among the Pines." or of 'Undercurrents of
Wall Street," by K. 15. Kimball, bound in ? cloth, or
of "Sunshine in Thought," by Charles t Godfrey
Le'.and retail price, $125 The book to bo sent
Any person remiting 4 50, will receive the maga
zine from its commencemetl, January, lso2, to
January, IS 3 1, thus securing Mr. Kimball's '-Wai
Ac successful ?"and Mr. Kirke's "Among the Pines,"
and "Merchant's Story," and nearly 3,000 octave
pages of the host literature in the world. Premium
ubscribers to pay their ow n postage.
Splendid assortment of Confectionary including
blick and Iusj e.u'd:e-5
At HcLaughlin & Swan's. .
CRACKERS of all kinds. Soda. Eu' ter, Boston, Sugar,
Wine and Pick-'ic Crackers, Cream Biscuit and
. Ginscr Saapps, . -
At JUcLaushlin A Swan's.
Are von f-irk. ieeble, crd
eomph-iiiii'g? Are you ort
cf o;v. with your system
deranged, niid ? onr ieelinss
in ror.i mi table ? i'hese y ni p
lor.is ere oiffii.it.e prelude
to sciious illi ess. Son.-e lit
of fii-ViK-s Jneieer-iii upon
I ""'4. i--i-i WA.ni A flif'ild be averte.l
k V. S'L -. r: ,1 h; a tinn;'v i.. ,.t jl.e riari.f
1 1 ie disor-
rnHfV tl; svsfi'tn from the oiti actions w li!Ci Iuhkc
(iisea-e. A co:d M-ttlcs somewhere in the body, and
tdtftrnetn its natural Coueiions. These, it not re
J.evcd.icart i!)on theinsfives and the MiiTfiitiding
or-ans, piodneirg ger.eijil aggravation, tut.crir.g,
Dud riisraso. While in this coodition, eppus.-eu by
the dei-angrmcr:ts, take Aver's I'iiN, and see Low
directly the-.' restore the l atum! action of tie svn
t. rn, end wi:h it the buovnnt iV-elirg t heaith again.
Whiit i tru. rnd so apnirent ia this trivial and com
raon conmliirir, i alsei tuie iu manv ot the dei-jv-H
?red d tht'jgirous distempers. The srme purga
tive til. i t expel j hem. Cs.'.i.-od by Manila r obstruc
tions nnd c!-ra;iff( nients of the in;ur:d innct.ons of
the bod v. they aie rapidly, and many of them sure.y,
cured bv the same meons. None who know the
iituos of these JMils. v.i'I neglect to employ them
v heu snBbrfng from the ciisonlers they cure.
Statements from leniiing pliysicinns in some of the
prii eipal cities, and 1'ioni other well-known pubho
Jroi a rcrirardinrt Merchant cf St. Louis, 4,
Pti. Avrn Yonr Iills are the pnracron of all that
is g:c:U in liltdicire. They have cored my li;tle
ci.'i!i?!.ter of "iilteious sores upon her hands rd loot
thtil had poved incurable tor ears, liermo'her
Lns lei ii long grievously i,filicHd with blotches end
i mplos ou her shin r.nd in her brir. At!r our
child v.rs caietl, the also tried voiir i 'ills. r.iu they
liavccuitul.tr. A!S.V JIOI-.OLllDtill.
Asa VraWy LJJyieic.
Frrvt Pr. K IV. Carttcright. Ap Ortrnnx.
Your l'iiis in? tie j-vinci of pi:rges. Their ct
rl'ei'.t i -i'i'!- turiH.-9 ar.v cathartiu wc jios.-e.-s.
x hi-v : re mod, but lery certain ai.u tlectuai in their
action on ti e bowels, v. hioh n.f.kt s thcin invaluable
(o us in li e daily tientint-nt of disease.
i:i-ilaehc,s:el IJ.-adnche, Vonl Stomach,
i-'roffi Dr. F-Iirnrd .V.'7, fi i'ti;nnrc.
Ptati I;r.o. Avtu: J cai not jin.-w-r ;nn irhat
ccjnp.aiuts 1 have cere wit!: our 1 ii'.i letter than
to a n't. Shit ire tnr I refit with a purtjutire meili
C'nc' "I place pleat 'ej"-i.dotu'e on that etltctuid
r;-;i:ariic in mv daiiv contest with tiisi-ase, end be
Ltfvini'. as 1 lo. that j our J iils ntioiu us the best we
Lave, 1 of course value tiieiTj highly.
I'lTTSPt'KO, I'a.. May 1. l?oo.
Pn. .T. C. Aykr. hir: I have been repeatedly
enred of the wor.t headache anybody can have by a
tio e cr two of your J ills. It seems to arise from a
lou! stomach, which thev cleanse at once.
Yours with great respect, I'D. W J KEPLE. ,
Clerk ff Steamer Clarion. -
nilinin Disorder Iiver Cliiplaints.
From Dr. Th extort Bell, of New York City.
Mot onlv ure your I 'ills admirably jolapted to their
poii oce as an 'npencnt, but 1 llud their bcnericial
ducts upon the Liver very ma kod indeed. They
lir.e in mv practice proved moie eficclual for the
cine ot" ltitius cr,npiihits than my one remedy I
can locution 1 tii.cerely rejoice that ve have at
length a purgative w Inch is worthy the confidence of
tho pi o.Cisiou and the people
I'PPAKTMl NT OS TTIE INTFTTITT, 1
' Vv ar-hington, D. V , 7th Feb., l?oi!. J
I l ave used your l'il's in mv general and
Lo p;'a1 jiractise ever rince jou made them, pud
cai.iot hesitate to say they are the best cathartic
we employ. Their regulating action on the liver is
f,::;ck t.int decide, cot.: Cijiientlv they sre an fld
mhi.'biu len.eoy Jor tiei.mgeniei.ts ot that organ.
lnt.( e-f, J I nve" seldom ioui d a case cf lulioun din
are so ii.-Ili.rle that it did l ot it ailiiv li-.-Jd to
t:.tni. 1 luleiLdiy your. Al.NZO PAI.L. U. D.,
J'iiiiie.nn ej'ilie Marine Hospital.
"PyryitrrT, Iii:irr!:ren, Zli Iix, Yormt.
JVovi Dr. J. C. Creen, rf Clrcat.
Yr' T i have hi.il a Ioi.g ii nil in my practice,
rnd J hold them in esteem I's n e of ti e 1 est uperi
c ids I have ever -o-ind. Th ir i.!te:a'ie elh ct upon
t l.o liter i 'uke theiu fii excellent lcmetiy, w ficn
pi. en ia small doses tor idiom dysentery and i.ir
?7,."T. 'Her ni;;ar-eo:itii g makes theni ery ac
Cf -p .'1 k .tiu couvcnie-iit lor the use of womeu and
ci.:i::en. ' , .
IyIcisin, ImnHriJr of ifis? CIaoi7.
From Dev. J. V. Hones. Par.' or rf Adeem Church,
Pn. Artri: I have r-ed vour Til's with extra-p-(ii:
j;ry oeee.- in my lainily End nmongthose I am
cai.ed to visit in distress. 'J'o' regulate the organs of
digest iou and puiii'y the blood, they me the very
Let remedy I liave ever known, and I can confi
dently reccmrucLd them to mv friends.
Yours, J. V. IIIMES.
TTapsatv, Wyoming Co., IS. Y., Oct. 24, 1855.
Pka:; Sir.: I urn using your Cathartic Tills in my
practice, i-i. d find them an excellent purgative to
cleanse the system and urifii the ftouitttin.i cf the
Hood. ' JOilN j. MLACHAM, M. 1).
Co-i!;pntJ?i. C'r-tlvc:rs, Niipvroiwion,
-"? Dr. J. P. Voer'm. Montreal, Cannd.x.
Too liincli crnot be':;.i; cl' your l'iiis lor the
cure ofcciitir'ct-iit. Wo-hers of our liatei uity have
found tlieru i:S ell.cnci;.i;s as 1 bae,tl ev should join
r;ie in prcchdmin? ir. lort he benefit of the mult ituaes
wbo n.:l;T ironi l! -at complaint, which, tiithougli
L-.vt ei ougli i-i iist If. is the j-toge idler of others mat
ere v oie. I believe eo!i cnss to originate i'1 'he
liver, but jour i'iili allect that organ and cure tho
From Mrs. F. Sluarf, Thysician and Midu-ife,
I find one or two lare doses of yonr Tills, tr.ken
rt tiie pioper time, rre excel lent promotives of the
natural icrchr:n Allien wholly or partially sup
pressed, and al.-o cry eCecthal to cleauxe the
b.'o-ii'i'-h and cer.d i.v.,-t. 'f P.ey are so much the
lest physic we have. tLut 1 recommend lo other t
121 y 1 UiielitS.
From the Bji Dr. ITai' l. es. cf Ca Meihod'nt Fpis.
1'cl.at:i Ilocsn. fcavaniirh, Ga.. Jan. C, 1-51.
1i;.o!;k; Mr;-. 1 il ouivl be im-; . -iul ien- th.e
relit t v o;:r s'.i.l Las Liou-rht ire if 1 did i.ot repo: t
r.iy c:is'j to jet. A coid settied in my hmbs and
bio'.mht. o-i 'txcruc-r.ting wurol-n fain., which
f-nded iit chronic r'uttali.-?,i. .Notwithstanding I
1 -ui the best of rhsici:.ns. the disease grew worse
aid vone. in.'.',) by the r.ihice of jour excellent
a ri.t in I'altHiiO! e", Dr. .Mackenzie", 1 tried your
I l ls, 'lhtir e:H ets were slow, but sure, l'.y per
scveiing in the n.e of them, 1 am low entirely well.
fr.XATK CifAvnEn, Pr.ton Tlougc, Lr..,5Dcc.,lSoo.
Iiii Av.i: I have been eHirtly cuied, by your
rihs, of hhnmr.tie Cout a painful disease that Las
adhered me for years. Yl C1-1NT fcLIOi-XLi.
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53" We sell it for 4? per thousand Cuttings, deliv
ere l at any of our Asencies.
53" Parties wishing to buy, should order early of our
Atnts, so that taey may notify us in time.
Bundled and delivered at the above places, as
soon as the lea res fall.
- FISTIZK., drownville, i Aeut for Nemaha
and east half cf Richardson Counties.
CUKTI3 & PEAVER, Pawnee Citr are Agents for
Pawnee and west, l!f of Riebardson Counties.
REV. MR. TINKUAM, Beatrice, is Agent for Gage
and Jon- Counties.
J. II. EL'TLaR, Austin, Ageat for CUr and Saline
Ee-warc of Willow Peddlers.
We learn that many gwarap! of common Willow hae
been cleaned op, and the Canines sold asGrsy Willow.
We get our Willow of SAMUKL EDWARDS, of La
Moille, Illinois, a responsible Nurseryman.
SHEEP Shear of the rr-.nst approved snake, for !
At ilcJuaughlia a Sw.tiPii.
: I r
DAILT. TBT-'VVTEKI.Y i -'
The war drama is ap, r : . i t .
This Tea- win ' ''
I'ootjq of the Kehr,
l.n .... . -
ernnnnt rsor-l in th- a-jV "."m
erate-1, and Slavery obliteH,nw:' '
the History of the C,ein.Tl
elude the return r.f p...' "' i
Ameria-v upon a new ear-'r"' :
ness and prosperity. . 5
the reproaca of ser'd.,m,",'c. '
ou a higher platfcrm ..f
feci a still j.ro''.uL-K-r inti .-j' '
..... , . . . .... ...jr., ,w ,
wor.il is eiucrin r
uy n a i
to trrininate in Ai trioa- h
tiie Atl.iLtic; wi.i'..; r, ,'
a-quire a i e-.v anj tr. ( .'u
itiiJii- n-i ly i i r or. du
1 ;e m .t ' i-g ev-nts of t i(
ly tie-i -f.'-J i.i the ::.,
wear-j r-s-'vei t r- r- -
tiaclive ihaa cvi-r a- i ii.-
In-ir dhv th-i FiV-.f J, -l--;0
rgr.o l-i-rb-tt Trc
O.U.if v: . :-.,nt:c-.i? t" h-: ., 'w -Peo
i:', and prompt t .Iwi .'
po;'i:,-.il or Lu.iitiry a i.-st . ' T. -th
ir c.tusi. '
Li d iiti;n to our War X ; ,
in i ur Weekly j-ip'-r ih; V,"'. '.
an-i also an !.-ti j, t i.r tl ? , - . "
at: 1 of t'ue l -ce-.: jing.- Oi l,--. ' t r"..""
and I.iia.-is. " "' A. J- --
O.ir T: i-Weok'y, will t-r -1
tho Impn-t-int 'e-.vs, Ljal a-.I ' ' v.
of the l'..;.ly. '
Shall n--t b'. ex -c
We Lr.ve impro-
'" 1 ly ant
1 onr a. r i ,
il 4 w
riom i-Hii -'o::, :r. a ;..- i. f.
wiil be nubli-i'.K i in a ; .., .
All MY COI;ivir ;v,
am our uuai o-ian'.ty i : -
We reiruest all PosLs-e' - : r. - -Agent.
Send for epooiriMn rn-n'-i--, t -.
Prospectus f-.u distalutita, . '
ly h.r w ird l. ' --
Send as many nam-s as p. !-;.;;-- ii t .
their papers sent to one a..i.-.-the
Postmaster or thi -tt-T n ?s.
It is not required ! u a ;.v ' (
shall be sent to one IV.n Vir.e. -54 . , .-.
sent to didierent UlE-.-es, and aal.;..r-. 1 2.
at any tim
The following are oar m'm f-r :!;.
DAILY DEMOClri: V
Mail Sinscnbers oop r . ,r .
Piiee to 2-iws l .1 - . .
t i-, -.
i; f i
f.. : 1
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TRI- v, r '
:U-S - - - - " -
i- i-. e C--J - .3 - - - - - - -
Ten Copies - - - - - -
Any larg'-r Cub th?n rl.l '
rate fore dtdhtr f id a !,a.,'r-r ..
The above rates f ,r a'.l i'l.i
payable in a iv.i re?.
' 2 i fcr
Orders not ac;,.mpano.-.t
eeive no p'tcn'i-.n.
A Ii j ap-ri
at the ctiJ of
A ciihr fdl'i- n. wi";
llio tr-pe ; a'..i ;" r.
41 a.ad Id 1 -u-
GET IP YOrU Ci t iV
HV.W AND M'LIri 'ft
i:rr and t i:r i-i;.vr n .
! lh r Mor-t',1 V . i; r-, '-.
II. an j; ny .. -t ii t
o ne i.ea-!y i"':-.
1 2 o-.l- r-d pi- - .si m1, wri. i -t
; V. foi- f.-r only v 1 i! '
1 -ss l'-n r.i v4 i4inps of i's i ...
to t'rio "Pi-i -f on." In i :
pri-es. i's is 1 ; ..' , 'd i ;.
irs j rn t-i f'.i-?r t i -.. .-'--and
is. titet'eiure, fia-. i. - ,
Too -t'.ri'-s in "i'l-'er-
' i i
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r -d iv.
iu i's ;
P. -I! - l Ct.
la its r
-a !.::.- r
' a - f r t t'
i se in f r . .: ;
in ovtr i. :' . i
v -n-.-i : is i". r ::'y
P. it-:.-- he r- !. i -.-.i.
Fa-hii :i J '! i m . er j:' i
frout b a. l.ioi.s l it r t..a:
a 1 - , a .I .. t r-r u -
i a i
or cl.il I'.s Cn-'
III I Ii
will s.. o a ye :
1 ui..i lvi-..ii i a n
.V -.v V.
.,f 1 ., rh each 'I'
; i ; n '
ll ad ire-s.s, Ac, giv.-n.. 1
e :n i ri . -r -". T". '
The W.-lk- fa.
W boil y 11 .ri V V. 'd.
or Ui'-re 1. 1 : . -i os
Ur -.-hc, U-nhr-i-l.
Wt ik. A. .. uL- ..X;..
'.. tti-ru for s.i. ;
given e.tcl of which, a: i
Mur Xcw Co'-k-p
h' Id Ucceii-ts i.i" -iVrer- u"
l:u 1 oar "L'ook-ih.--k" will
one ot these receipts has o
sis wvll wrih th-j p. :c; o!
ceipts fur thj toii.'Ue, s;-.k r
"ew and fi-h'-nall
A..d Lla s '! i ".: o '
j f'l- ; r s ;i::er ' y t
i i i l r .
: C-: !
pies i r
l:e y "
l ilt v'
. vili v e c . '
Si.vteen ei-pie f--r :
ei '!.t. or more o t-o . n.
S--I1 getting upac'.n' eti.r".
dolia;S -or a tiuo of I " r
dollars and a half or a '' ;''
ting ten dollars or a eiab " ':'.
f :teen doll irs, an etr ic; '.'
ISS-t will be given. If t n !-' '
send as a premium. ( iust 'a i -' , "
and Illustrated La lys A; u"" r.
in gilf. or either of our :
each 27 iaeh.-a by 2.J "P ' i;1 -
in;,-.,! pk;i i .1 1:! or '!' n .
ing f-r His lieleaso f o.n V: s
theMagazina will bo seizor a':
premiums. Ti, r . i
Address, post-paid. CiIA-'-'', ,
., . c . . f .. r s : -
All Postmasters c-i -i'- t;V!..
jrson nay eet up a tluo. L ,
tously, if wn::. u fr.
AOTitsT to ti1;;
Tbo n n.lpr.l 'nd. lloar
I V I r - ' ' , .
meetings for the pur; e o
. .. - - . . I 1 V I
P II, at the office t f F. "V'rr
are reUred te have ; '. o . :"
i!iii to tlm uoiani-',nee'Ji
ers, on tne nrst uci'1'-1.-.
previous to Ue cvtain
-iGS. Chocolate. M.ir'J -
Peaches. Ferpor -a-
terahire auce, i.o -c;
r Frui's, Oyter, CaiiK' ,
eve, etc. t -I.S'.'.i' '
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