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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1865)
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Blank lred. V.t rtac,s.Kicntion. RerlevSns
Usrriegr Lice u-.e. Ac. Ac. ir. for tale at this USje
Jj! Bills' Bulletin.
t PerLlns1 New Scenery i cming.
jy dance, at Berkley's New Room
cn tlie-tEJ- went iff pleasantly.
A'.Vicscn &. Co., sells the cheapctt acd
bet Cloibirg in the Weiu
McLaughlin k Swan have a superior
article cf Oil 0.1.
rr ti:? l-e'1 r"?5' Mtdiciccs, ani
... i.;.,.r vevi fi.HV dt-bire out cf a Drur
Store, ffv trecry s.
The Society meets to-morrow
venm T at the rctidttice of Dr. Thur-
C. G. Doifcey in accordance with :he
wish- of a majority of the ci'izui of
this couiity ha?, tzeu appointed PruCaie
Jud?e, vice D. IT. Senders, re.igned.
McLitighlm &. Swauhive a good M.-p-ply
of Hominy, Btans, Dried Peache
aud Arpies, and everything pertaining
to Groceries, boil) Staple dtid Fancy.
The Soldiers Relief Society well meet
at ihe residence of J. E. Crow, this
Thursday evening. All feeling an in-
terest in the cause, are inviicd to attend.
Hare you one of Stewart's Hand Corn
TlaiAessi If not, you'd better buy one
soon, as Medford is uellinor them about
as fast ad he can make thtm.
The Ice in tha Missouri broke up lat
Mt.'idsy. 'Although it was raining ' like
thuii.!ert" our "irrepressible" citizens
turned out en raa to see it.
We urdersinnd ihat Cunrad Warmes
sold his farm f 160 acis 40 under
cuhiva';rj. with a log ht about 8
miles south-west of this Cr.y tor S'J.UtO.
Fcr 11 that ycu may desire, in th limf
jf Cloihiug, Hats, Cap, foot. S'jo,
ind Gents' and By' FiTuithina Good?,
;o to A'lnnson &, Co.'s gr.-at Ciuihii g
.i pir-u:n. Maiu S'.rtet.
S'" pi.g Stores uuylii to be put across
T.Iaiu ai;l First, and ucr-.s Main land
Scc'iii t Streets f r m the corners. Wt?
thif tfie p:eLtit louiidy romliiion of
oiirV.irri piove the nfcetsity for some
Peru in. - see, i building an addi-
ti-ri to hi. "Great Western Phoiogri'ph
Gali-ry." This look Jike fcu-inesi. He
will be pr-pnri.-a to tale as hue p.i.-rur s
as cm l :ke:j ;r Atnerrca.or any wtuer
sca-r jtt'tewn. iira. i.'i'n a call.
Th recent raia iu t Li 3 section plavod
ksvez will) ihe Mill D.iois in Atchi n
coney, Mo. , v. n.-Uir.j out three cu Rock
Crvk. o.d leaving bat one Dun intact
iu that cojuty : that belonging to Mr.
Muir, cn liih Creek.
Our ci'izens were a little' furpri-'d.
laht Monday, on h armg of- a r gular
elepment. Th1 pi.nis were Sergtant
Birrady and Miss W!upa Thompn
eod. Tiie affair wus so n-&;!y arrai;Cd
that hardly a soul belired it. until they
iLemslves acknowledged the "soft ini
pealmern," of being "tied."
Ah. Gai es may b- seen evtry Satur
day on our streets taking orders for
Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, and Shrub
bery for the Atchison Nursery. These
orders are to be filled in the Spring.
This Nursery has delivered much stock
in this county, and it has given general
Grant, at Richmond, is receiving fresh
supplies of iroop; nhile Grant of this
cny. is receiyjng reinforcements of new
D'y Good." and Groceries, of the best
the Eastern market affords. Grant will
not b$ undersold for cash, nor will he
" found behind in keeping for sale all
lhat is needed ; but, oil and satisfy your
self. As we, to-day, publish the last letter
from Pawnee, our Capitol Correspondent
which was received too late for las-t
week it is but justice to acknowledge
his favors to us and our leaders, in keep
ing us posted in the Legislative Prcceed
H'Cs. As to who he is. we can but fay
He was a member of this couety who
labored faithfully for this county and the
lerritory at large, and to whom loih i
are largely indebted.
Rev. T. W. Tipton, Chaplain of the
Veteran First, was in our ci'y Saturday
Jan. He brought about 810,000 to Ne
tr&eka City, from whence he expressed
it to the fanti'ie of our soldiers. He
represenii the roubles on the plains to
-e worse than we along th'river have !
'y a of, but thinks that force puffi
rct to cpe wiih the IndiaiTs and pro.
"ct the Overland Jloute will soon f e sent
The river at this place is rising very
fast. The Ferry Boat, at this place,
owned by Muir & Co., which had been
hauled out upon the sand-bar, last fall,
to be repaired, is nov all under water
except the pilot bouse. If she cannot
be saved, another must be had. No flat
4oat.can accommodate the crossing at
this point. We hope the proprietors of
the old" boat and charter vviil see to' it,
and have a new boat in as soon as possible.
At noon, on the 17th, our citizen were
stariled by the cry of fire ; at 2 o'clock,
the residence and roost of the furniture
cf Joshua Rogers, on Main street, lay
in aihes. 'Ihe cause is .-aid to have been
one of the children dropping a lighted
match into a vessal containing coal-oil ;
as to this we are not positive, and it i
useless to f-pcak of the carelessness of
leaving coal-oil lying "round Los?e."
Some 400. we undemand, have been
rtUed by our citizens to place Mr. Rogers
in a situation to rebuild this Spring ; al-
thr-ujjh his los? will fall little short of
In thi connection ,one defect in our
"fire dej arum nt" is, to us. apparent:
?i;;it is, the hick of hoks and other ap
paratus fur pulliug down burning build
ings. With a few good hooUs, with about
ten feet of chain nxt the hook, theu
rope, any building, conr'trucied of cotton
wood, could be leveled io the ground ;
although not much of the building im
mediately on firp might be saved, it would
lessen greatly the danger to those near
it. The hooks and ladders needed for the
outfit should be in charge of an organ
ized company. City Fathers, think of it.
. Again, citizens, why don't you insure?
The Law makes provisions by which you
maj know when you iLsure with a relia
ble Eastern company, by making them
advertise a "Statement" every year ; and
by insuring you are never at a loss for a
fair start to build airain. We know of
no company in tnis niy, autnonzea io
. 1 - J.
act at present, hut presume ihey will b
s:ooD. Airai'i. we say. irw:re !
No. H Main Street,
to Wind up my Dry
Goods Business this
M and Winter, I
will ofilr to the tnde
mv imin-.nse stock
at gre;;t:y U'duccd
pnrch ;ses cm and
will sell my t ntiro
stock cnj rini'g the
latest Styles ollerod
in thy Territory to
Csh buyers at
Intends to dispose
: of his superb Stock
March next, con
sequently is enabled
to oiilr greater in
ducements to tho
trade than cm be
given by any other
House in the West.
Sheriff Sale. 7
Not ie is hereby yia tl'at V:y ti t of so
Tcutitu issutxl uurof the District C.irt of be
Connty of Neran'ia. in th T rnry of Wnr-tkt .
.a a certain judftnoot obtia t in s.ii 1 Court br
Eli H. w'il -ox, ftiut Girlie II. Nixen, and tm
directed a SbTiT of paid County. 1 will offer for
sale at juMic auction at the front door of the
BrwoTi!! IlBr?! in hn City f Rmwnvill in said
Cun'y of IVtr.aha, (that brinj te building in
w"oh ibo 'ast term of the ssij District Corrt wai
b.fd)'D Saturday th 18tb dsy or .Kr.-b. 1S"5. ai
'ie oloo'ri.r. M.ot tlf day, the frlbwirg r"l
Es'at.e to wit : 1 1 Fast half of jts No. Si I 8"
a l Sren(7 ) s.d li:r U 3" f the V.Vt f art of
Lot No. nine ) all of the abo s in bfck No. twen
ty (1:0) in tb- C;iy cf Lrowuviiin be County of
N tuaha in Territory of Nebraska : talcn tt
th- prirty of said Ueorge H. Nixon, by virtue of
j i t ex iution.
Giren nnder my hand thig liih day of February,
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE!!!
Patented February 14th, ISeO.
SJLESR 0 O M, 536 BR OAD WA Y, V,
Y. 252 WASIUXG TOX, Si. BOSTON
TUIS MACIIIXC ii ccnstrot::j oa nfire!y new
riti-.i(.'i.t f njecJiii.-uj. p,-i.fg m-iij uii
vxluhbie imprr.Tcmpnts, baring beo x UiiiiueJ bj
theu t prt.fousd z(erih, nti pr'.ruuuoe'l to b
Bimpiicily uua Ptfccticu Combined.
It has a straight iiroile. ierprndicuiwr mh'od,
mnkM ibeLOCK-or SIJUT'ILK MITCH, whi-h
wiil nek!ir U!l' or Ha1lL, and is silik on both
f ioei" ; pmof ids jiurfma iewing un fcTerjr de-ri tioa
of wilt rial, lruiu I.e.iLrr to the iiafit 2anook
Mnnlin, wild cott n, linen or silk threij, from the
C'lrni to tbc .ifsl uum'ier.
iUrtu Litl.rr (JA.. h ,i COO TVHEEIj, and tbt
least pcibi) friction, it mua a fiiiootji as glr(
Emphatically a ICoifeless Iilachins.
Ii r.quirss Fir TV PKIi CENT li power to
dure ii Uikti any ether Slanbint in tbo miirlie. A
wirt t wrivtf .je.iis ' f a,?e tat. work it ilediij, wilb-t-ut
tatlu.' or injur;; t ii-'ali'n. ,
lis fcin -ujtU and Wonderful iSiinj-'ici y of con
i rui tiou r- tidrp it aliiM-t irupoible t' get nut of
orer, no J is i U A!tA 1 LEi) by tba otuipaoj to
g.ve r.'iij i"tif ti a. '
Wertu'. tinlly invitf all tbone who may desire
to uj ply ihcmiTti with a ujnor a . tide, to
co:do ani x:iuiir.e tbis Ui.rivalkd 'acbine.
Tat in a uiuit efpveial maimar do we tolicit the
1Ioo:j i.kii i Lijiiiufac-
cbirl biiu bson IJ.uk
Uaiter 1; tttera,
Vewt nu jfintaloon
L'liijioui and Chariitilir Luti'iUioiit utll bt lil
tallji dealt with.
Fliers of "luchinc Complete:
o. 1, Family Mach:ue, wita IIeaiai9r, teller
t. tid I. raider, J 6
2. Smil Manufacturing, with Extcniion
T-blo . . 76
No. 3. srge Jl.inufacturit g, with Eitorjsion
No. 4. Ltrjre "annf'eturing, for Ltathr,
wiib Koilirg l i.ct and Oil Cup 100
One half houi'a inatruvtioA ' Btijjicicni to enable any
jjernon to work t'ti- Machine to their entire
Agents Wanted forall townsin tbeUnited Statei,
whi-Te Ageute are not already tFtubii-bed. Also
t'tr Cub, Vexk-o, Central and Snuib America, to
bini a liLert'l discunt will be given.
TtriusiuvariaLly Cah on delivory.
T.J. Mi-Arthur & Co.,
.16 t-.rcadw.ty, Srw York.
, A. 4 Co. 652 WHsrinton.tff , R iston.
720 Cbeetnut St., 1 hiia.
- Feb. 2.65. ly
Jt new and singularly successful remedy for tie
cure of all Jsujous diseases vostivenrss, inai
reation. Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fever j
Gout, Hunicrs, Nervousness, Irritability, luflamma- j
tdons. Headache, Pains in the Breast, Side, Back, i
and Limbs, Female Complaint, &c. &e. Indeed j
Very few are the disease in which a Purgative Medi I
cine is not more or less reqtiired, and much sick .
Bess and su.Tcriug miht be preventetl, if a harm
less but effectual Cathio-tic were more freely used.
No person can feel well while a costive habit of
body prevails ; besides, it soon generatr serious and
often fatal diseases, which might have been avoidec
hjr the timely and judicious use of a :od purgative
This is alike true of Colds, Feverish vmptoms, and
Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or
produce the deep seated and formidable distempers
which load the hearses all over the. lard. Hence a
reliable family physic is of the fust importance to .
the public health, and this Pill as been perfected
With consummate skill to mrc-l that demand. An .
extensive tri il of its virtues by Physicians, Profes- !
ore and Patients, has shown results surpassing )
any thing hitherto knewn of any med cnie. Lurea
have been effected beyond belief, were they not sub
stantiated by persons of such exalted position and
character as to forbid the suspicion of uu trull..
Among the many eminent gentlemen who have
testified in favorlof "these Pills, we may mention:
Prof. J. M. LCRB Analytical Chemist, of Cin
cinnati, who high professional character is en
John Mrjrf w, Judge of the Supreme Court of
the United States.
Thos. Corwin, Secretary of the Treasury.
Hon. J. M. WiiiGHT, Governor of Indiana.
N. Longwokth, great wine grower of the West.
Also, Dr. J. It. Chiltov, Practical Chemist, of
New York City, endorsed by
Hon. W. L. M.VUCY, Secretary of State.
Wm. B. Astor, the richest man in America.
S. Lkland & Co. Propr'a of the Metropolitan
Hotel, and many others.
Hid space permit, we could give manv hundred
certificates, from ail parts where the Pills h:ie
been used, but evidence even more convincing than
the experience of eminent public men ia found in
their effects upon trial.
These Pills, the result of long investigation and
study, are offered to the public .as the best and
most complete which the present state of medical
science ran afford. They are compounded not of
the drops themselves, hut of the medicinal virtues
only of Vegetable remedies, extracted by chemical
process in a stnte of purity, and combiue'd together
tn such a manner os to insure the best results. This
tystem of composition for medicines has been found
Ji the Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a
more efficient remedy than had hitherto been ob
j Tiou$. While by the old mode of composition, every
t M.vwi.-.iiv ut.v.vi.vv ill. 'it; 'i 1 17 ill iHTl-
1 inonious and iniurious qualities, by this each indi
i vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative
I eti'ecl is present. All the inert and obnoxious (nal-
j ttlescfeach substance employed are left behind, the ;
curative virtues only being retained. Hence it is j
self-evident the effects should prove, ns thev have ;
proved, more purely remcdi.d, and the Pills a surer, '
more powerful antidote to disease than any other j
medicine known to the world.
As it is frequently expedient that my medicine
should be taken under the counsel of r.n" attending
Physician, and as be could not properly judge of a
remedy without knowing its composition, I have .
supplied the accurate Formulae bv which both mf :
j Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of !
j Practitioners in the United Stales and Prilish Amer- '
lean Provinces. If, however, there should be any .
one who has not received them, tliey will be j
promptly forwarded bv mail to bis request.
Of all the Patent Medicines that are offered, how i
few would be taken if their composition was known i '
Their life consists in their mystery. I haTe no
The composition of my prepamf-ons is laid open
to all men, and all who are competent to judge on
the subject freely acknowledge, their conrictions of
i their intrinsic merits. The Cherry Pectoral was
j pronounced by scientific men to be a wonderful
inedicine before its eriects were known. Many em- .
inent Physicians have declared the same thing of ;
my Pills, and even more confidently, and are will-
ir.g to certify that their anticipatiovs were more
than realized by their eii'ects upyii trial,
i .1 hey operate by their powerful influence on the
! internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate.it
into healthy action remove the obstructions of
j the stomach, bowels, liTer . and other organs of the
. body, restoring their irregular action to health, and
by correcting, wherever- they exist, 6uca derange
' merits as are the first origin of disease,
j Being sugar-wrapped,they are pleasant to' take.
: and being purely vepetable, no harm can arise from
tueir use m anv quantity.
For minute directions, see wrapper on the Box.
. DR. JAMES C. ATER,
Practical aud Analytical Chemist,
Irice 25 Cents per Eoz. Five ozs lor SL
. WM. n. .VrCSEKKV. BrowBTille. .
G. A.B?;WX i BiiO Peru.
HOLT A SQOTT. Fails City.
LF.WIS 4.HF.PHFl:l). St. Stephens,
EASI.F.V SHERER, P.n!o.
JOfl.V W. ITOLT A I RO., Sale.
Dr. II GIJAVCS, Ka!m.
Election r School Director.
Notice is hereby e'veo to the qualifi-d Voters
cf KrownviH- City Histriet, Ctioutv of Nenialia.
Tert,:ryof Netrfska, th.-r th ai.nuai ele. ti.vj
ror Di f-for in ?:d D-sr:ct.tc fill the vacanrT
cu.n.'d hy the expirai-in- of the t-ro of j
Crow, will be bell at therPff.ee of Judre I).-,rsey"
ey-r the Cit Prng Stoe, at 12 'clock, II. cn the
6thdyf Marrh, IMS. uo '
liy crder of Directcra.
22-U WM. H. UeCEEHY, Qrk,
AHI.TY AGUE DROPS.
THE SOVEREIGN REMEDY F02 THE CURE OF
!Pevor axb.cS. Actio
ATTENTION 1 1
FEVER AND AGUE, etc.
This most wonderful remedy for the permanent
cure of Fever and Ague, etc., was discovered some
yean ago by one of the
JUosi Scientific and Successful
Chemists of America,
Ont ef thousands of esses5t has neTer teen
krown to fail in effecting a radwal cure. A single
bottle of thuse Drops las cured diseases which have
STUBBORNLY RESISTED TIIE HOST SKILL
FUL MEDICAL TALENT;
It contajns nothing that
It Purifies the Blood !!
It removes obstructions from the Liver ! !!
It prnrt.otes'the discharge of Bile !!!!
W iY 11 1
It rnecis a raaicai ana permanent Utirel
by removing the caus upon which the
A ma 1 1 irh n fi 4 '
1 1 1 1 1
ARMY AGUE DROPS
As its nam" imports, has been and is the groat Spa
cific. for all Btli.us Diseases in the Arrar. It bus
no equal. Its popularity in our, noble Army and
elsewhere is as universal as itsourej hare been
quick and wonder fnl. Asa
It has proved a great blessing and saved many a
valuable me in inosa miasmatic , ic-iHies wnere
they would hare fallen victim to Bilious Diseases.
The Chills will not retjirn if these Drops
are taken !
ARMY AGUE DROPS
Q UICKL Y DRIVES A WA Y
AND v .
RESTORES THE SYSTEM
To its nstural RUOYAXCY snd ANIMATION ; IN
V KiORATI .N G the body and clearing out
EVERY VEST IGF OF DISEASE
producer! by loathsome miasm.'
Be Wise in Tims ! !
rNo pprson re?i"d'"ngr in a F'ver and
Ague District shoulJ be without a Bjt
ileof ARMY AGUE DROPS,
nd it it Wrongly rccommonded to persons trarel
ing thruugh places charged with miajsm.
Wo respectfully call attention to our Tetitnonf
tls. . Many of our letters atUt that hundreds ef
:ives have been saved in the Army by its use. In
lted, so well are its curative qualities apprw-iit;-d
; i the Army, that themost successful Surei.n? io
; ho Field and Hospital uso it aim t exclusively in
r. disfctisfs f' r which we cliim it infallibility.
The best phyicians alwuv seiz the bet means to
ilcct a cure, bence ihe universality of the
RMY AGUE DROPS.
TESTIMONIALS ! ! !
We are bnpry te refer to
llij rx -ciVri' V Abr-bftm LinoolD.
nerHl (it-u I'. McC'ieilan.
tj.:n.-rl Vr- m int.
'i-imtI Mil rnjide.
iem-ral it n '".
il',nTi; tvii;' ri!k.
C.,!,.ru-1 rV,-, 951h N'. Y.
.b.iicl Qui- k, 1 7rh N. Y. C.
ClorM t. wler. 14th N. Y. 3. H.
M.ijor I ire:ouH, A. D. C.
M jo U :-,f;iyi.der, 35th Pa.
Mrtj r Wiiiei'X, A. IX. C.
Maj.ir Still well,
Mnj.ir Pabnwk. fU. S. S.
Lieut. Whelan. I
Kt. Rev. P.ishop Potter, N. Y.
Rev. Dr. Tyn, da
Rev. Dr.Tavb.r, do
Rev. II. W. fceev her, B'klvo,
Rev. K. II. Cbapin, do
Kev. Mr. Checvor, . N. Y.
Rev. Mr. Bangs, !j
Flis Honor Mayor Wood, liklyn.
ILn. M. Kalbflisch, do
Ib n. M. F. Odell. da
Hon Mayor Gunther, N. Y.
Hon. Hordes Greeley. da
And hundreds of other equally well-known gtn
tlemon, for which se circular.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE
181 Water Btreet. IT, Y,
V. B. JVorte Genuine unlest bearing
our tigitature cn the wrapper.
Doa't let yonr Drngist pot yon off witfi any
thar remedy. If b does not have it for sale, en
e!oie ui SI 25 per mail, and we will stnd yon
bottU of tha Army Aoi Drops per mail post pa
Notice is hereby jriven that apt lieation has been
mide, by Joseph Opclt. Guardian, for an ordrr
from the Probate Court of Nemaha County Nebras
ka Terr'tory to eil a tortion of the real Estate cf
Josepbene Dfll.a minor.
Tb- rext of kin ard all persons Interested are
hereby ratified that Monday the 13tL day of
March, i th tmo eet to hear said applicatii-n when
they may c3tr and eontest the same if they see
proper. J .
v x P. C. SANDERS,
2l-4t$k,58 IVtbate Jnija.
D. A. CONSTABLE,
HAS 0!f IT AND AND FOR SALE A LAP.'jf
AND WELL SELECTED SIOCK 0
HORSE NAILS. NATL-RODS.
HORSE AND MULK SHOES. ANVlLi
AXEL.-?. VICES, Till MULK SKEINS
CHAINS, WAGON tiOXES, SCREW PLATES
FILES, HASPS, WRENCHES,
SLEDGE HAMMERS, HANI) HAMMERS,
SLIOEIN' HAMMERS, PINCHERS,
NUTS. HARROW TEETH.
WELL WHEELS, AC, AC, AC,
HUBS, SPOKES, FEIXOWS,
WAGON POnS, SHAFTS, POLES,
AXE S, 110 UN OS,
AXE HANDLE LnOO.M HANDLES,
PLOW I NDLES. Ac.
ALSO AGKNT F TEB SiXX Of
T IR3AKKS C LB S
HAVING LAID IN A LARGE STOCB
OF THE A ROVE GOODS,
DIRECT FROM THE
BEFORE TIIE RISE,
I a M ENABLED TO SELL TO
THE TRADE AT PRICES TU
f&gmStnd in Your Scrap lron.J
HIGHEST PRICE PATD FOR WROUOU1"
SCRAP IKON AT
IRON AND STEEL WAREII017SF
ST. JOSEPH, MO
H'LAUGHLIN & SWAN.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THEI
friends and the public generally, that they have Ji
received a superior lot of Family Groceries, and la
the attention cf purciuters to their tock Including
NEW ORLE ANS SUGAR,
CLARI Fl KD Co
PRIHE RTO COFFB1,
YOL X'j UTMlN TBA,
BLACK It A.
RICE, SaGO. ?Pir. PEPPER CLOTES, CTNXamO
cove orsTKRa, R.tisiNS, currants, starcd.
soap, pcrb soda, vs. lands' saleratcs,
PISH K ACKER AL, WHlTrj J S3
LAJLE TitOUI.HJiiilKG, SHAP
v DRIED APPLES.
DRIED PEA CHE
Mc!a3ss, Coal Oil, Cider Vic;;?
KATCItAL LSAP CnEWTNd T0Rir;,.:O. ia..Dt
i tAK A N II OTilK.t i ' UOICH HR .' D-
FIN i CUT OA V KN Hi. ail KiLLii
MCk. 4.H K.lN'i. COJd
. . HOS V'J.
CHESTNUTS, ALMONDS PKCaNS. FILBERT3, PB
NUIS, &.C, &.c, Ac.,
A Splendid Assortment of Stic'c aai
Fancy Candy from the Best Mawufa
turies io the East.
Flour, Baccn, Tutter, Eggs
The Highest Market Prices Paid In
Mclaughlin & swan,
Nemaha Valley Bawk Buildixg
Browntillc. Jan. 14, 1664. r20vS-J2O-ytj
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FALilifc CITY, NEBBARKA.
K2 Will practice la all tk Courts yf Feb.
rfew Remedies for
4 Benevolent Institution established by tpecial En
dowment, for tne Relief of t.'ie Sick find Dixtretsed,
evicted with Virulent and Chronic Dixatrs. and
especial.! for the Cure of Disease tf the Sexual
M EDICAIi AJ5VICTJ Kivn gratia, t.ytb Acting
Talaan e Reports on SperniatoThfB. and other di
aanei of it" Saiual Organs, ar.d on tbe NEW R2ME
PISS eirpicreJ in tbe Dispetmary, sent inMcale-1 !etiei
eavelopei.freeof r Large. Two or tbree Stamps accept
AJJrttf DU.J. 3KILLTN HOUGHTON, Howard As.
tioa, Ka. C, South Kintb Screet . PhilaJaljjhia. Pa.
ftioaemker li. - iM-ly
Waller WpaP all Paper ! !
Cjcict!y on hand at Uarobn'a Tailor Shop, tj
Pa er-hapjrin d oe in tbe moat sppTored stylt, and
ea aMe cash t rma. ''
ronriile. Neb. Jane 1364, 6w
Talen np h? tbe nndersigned liring on the
Nemahi Rirer, two and a half miles above L'ns
bridjejn Nemeha Co. Nebraska, on tbe 1st daj
of February. 1865. On dun mar Pcnej about
four years old, with Saddle csarks.
Jaa. II tb '65 22 it. John Bnrlei2b.
BATS JUST OPEifSD ANSWSTOaBOX
-Vaia Slreei bdveten First nd Second.
BEOWIiVILLE, IT. T,
WZ hsTtla stitrs alarje sadwsl! seletel tioct at
VHICn WJC OFFER F07. SALS
CIIEA.1? FOR C ASH
Groceries of Every Kind,
Alt of wbica we offer at tbe lowert prlesi,. deter
uiceJiiot to be nuJersoKt
Brewnvil'e, Neb , U-4-y'T
IS DEN'S TICKET !
AM Dtn'a Candliate it and evt-r wi:;
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
WM. T. DEN,
WHOLESALE A WD RETIAL HOUSE
1356! ESTBLISHEDI 1856
Hs now on band tbe raoct craplete aid general i
sortmeut of Hercbaadise in BioHTille. Uj stuck
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES.
of Superior Quality. Also a fall supply of
Dress-Trimming;, Hoodand Neubias
Gloves and Gauntlets, Hosiery.
In variety eoiii'lstinsr oT Table and Pocket-KDirea,
Chisel?. Brace anj Bi.. Filei d M jukcy-wrentbe..
Bntti arid Stv, 5aw and Haniniera, Axes and
Spades. A (all ansortiueut of
S3 cj2? C2 "7"
TI N W A K E ,
Cocking. Heitinjr and Tarlor Stoves, Large Kettle",
Stove Pipe, Sheet iron and Ziuc.
"WOODEX, WILLOW AND HOLLOW-WARS.
A fell assortment of
At Low Prices.
Blank Books, Pocket Books, and Memo
randum LViokseud Stationary. of all kinds
kept constantly oa hand.
Olio, HPixlxxts v Zxrxxrjs.
A complete of assortment of
oi hsid, B'j'e'i, R 1-Sfedi, Lnnnce, Tables. tft
r';. SufoJi. C!:i'rD, Wirtii :r,Zi, Cribi, RjoitiiK
C'-ialr-1. Llsiii Glaje-i.
Amy: l'lu'.ji UN. C -rii Sellers. Iror, Nails and Steel,
ii icb Heaver anii Oiter Taps.
Remni'ier iia; hen pars the Hi:b'' m irket Price
for HrUF.y, rcitsaud rura.auiPUOUUCBof all
kiu'ls iu.il iic atro.
C-i a"'d examine raw stock before pur.'-.ssln anl
rve your money, f r my motto it. to irep t!:e be;; f
Dry O'J-'ds, th Ch.'!:e-.t Kmi!y Groceries, Ciiited
Frni'. ai"! tlytiera. and the bent of Stoves to cook tiiem
cu lalte liiS.ket. Trytbe-Ji.
WM. T. DO.
OF NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Just received at
JOHN A. PONK'S
DRY GOODS A5D. GROCERY STORE.
MA IX STREET,
The Latest Style of Ladies'
Fancy Dress Goods,
Summer Shawls, Hats, etc., ete.
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hats. Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Iron, Nails, Flour Bacon,
Furniture, Sash Doors,
Window Glass, etc., etc, eto
Wbich be will Sell
CHEAP FOR CASH!!
Call and ezam:ae his stock before purchasing else
Brcwnrille, Jone 25th. '6. n42-vS-yly
FAIR BANK ' -
Or ALL USDS.
Alio, YT&rebo-ass Tracii, Lsttij
lTtJ LAKE ST., CHICAGO,
C5"Be ciretel. and tnr only tbt senulne JCk
PKaT A FUi: Axnts,in tt. Looi. T-:X-l-if.
T.TcLAUGHLIN St SWAN are rtsti t'y racelrlng
addi'ion tj tbetr-.ock of Grocers and Hara-
& fe?y Oilers
ware. Their Giods and Prices wtil enlt everybody 'e
ary teT ni m." '
CHITON, mace, spice, perpef. if iter, nntinea, Cln
aasaon, t.,t4..of beMteoilitr
At MLjiuibiln & Bvia'i.
THE HORACE WATIRS HDD
I M PHOT a D 0TS23TSr'3 BA23
FULL. XILQ21 THA2.ZZ1
are bnllt t-t tbe beet ir. 5 mnat thureashly e
teria'a, and tll tt.d auyc:iaja;e. Tls tuce 1 rj
!eep, ronnd, fall, iul KeUow; lie to'wa ei;;c
Zacb Piaav waxiaatsi for five year. Pi Kf-iu Ji'J
"The rjvfanfa Vat?rt Pianos are kcawassaKerg Uk
very be-t.' Lvukj J.'tf.
We can st'Ck or Hi'ir nsertts frera prsaal kaw! '
ed?e." Ckr ration I i ,:nir ncer.
''W:er' Pun -sa' d XtivieomchsMcTirecomparlsosi
wita tbe fiueai iu.u;a wiy :irre" llur..e Journal.
511)0- V 7 OCTAVO VI U3, of d:rr
Ci:t u;ieT, fur Ji Ul v. 1 v, tarvcl iejt.
$22S ai'l $2H. n'l-'aaii'l P:i ).. c i M'elixiaoaa at
s:c. siio, a;o, $3J, ;, a: 3o, u, jiia, $iia,4
Te H-jrate Waler't JT.tofa ad HarmTS
Tilled tbe K.jQil Teureramcrt wi.ibe ratectClTijtl
Sire: I. Price from iS to tfXO. A;.iisder Or
g?.na frora $J0O to ','0.
S5"A literal dic i.at to CierKTmn, Cor'ttea.
bam Schiia, Lodge, Seminaries, a" l Tea.ssr. ll'cX
ACJi waius, A;;t, o. 4,-i trauwaj, :;.
The iAy ik Uol VJl
40 COOcopis isu J. A new 5.: J t.j ? - .' r.ccv,;t
ami SeuiiDarle. c'iJ tu y jjijh.i h'a.l. ituvt
ready. It rmt.ins a s it to hntired ch -.ire rtr-ra.
rouuiii, cattte. tlurw, trin, cnartsUa. aud rboruea.
many of tliern wri" en etpre-iy ror tbk work, te1ie
3J pize at tbe C.eiitut of Ji u:c, WiicL are esy a:t
AD'oou tbe xti tiini'.er of hcanriful r!.-e raiy I f
fonnd, ' U'icle Sun.-1 Sbool,' "D-a't joj bear tie
cLi tlreu eoDii n" Ai jy i.ok on the tuunr i.de."
'-Tiie li'ile lass. 'n.I "Little I.sd," "(ih, if I wore a
little bird," Biflof bertty." Pretty per tree,"
"Aavti Crjorus," slen uj tv tl.e rui i.ii; tpj."
Sic. It is crru'i leJ by Uorvt Trie', a:tti or or j&
hVhScaoul Be l," A .s, t aud 3, which Ltve bad th
criui iii.jini i!of bi? tK'Ocfftei Prsoes finer c-vera,
5cpt. $?a per too; t..;.ui Z0 cei;ta, tS pr liXi
clcib h.ir.ud, embo'iea ilt. 40 cents, per Ui:r,dre4.
25 cp'tt fu-aished a tbe one huawred fries. aai.H
at ice retail price.
contrlas 144 pie. atd nearly tws hnulred tnrea awi
amn. ud U tie u st p u:ir 3. S B.xk ever iisnes.
Aihohu te mi p pulr -ie :e are, ' I. a ! w ird,"
EJen Above," llirnUm lior." 3?m.u'uI Ziua,,
"I i!sht io lure rr.i iiuther " ' The Atiels told n.
'la tl.e Lit.t." ' Rest for te Wps-y," h".. Pricea-.
paj.er covr. 2ii ct i. eeb. $16 por bcrxirev' ; bur.
26 els. eaica, ii1) w r bvn lrij cioiu biaii, OifiiMsi
r, I II,.,, .-..., .. nH . t
iSileitl &AouZ D ll, Xe.
la an entire new wrk of 192 assc, andceariy 5-3 tcue
nd hysrna. A tde mu.i in a little rrur i:a--J il
in Jum tbe b'k to fo.lw aeli No. J. Nearly r till
li nuf tbcve Bel! L ive bcci iricil, and are now riaf
ic? tbrou,;ri tbli a'.d ether Coriatrn's. Aijrj tbe
many choi.-e p-eoc.i may be f ond. &b.s!l we neet
yond tbe rivor ? '.'here is a bu iful Wurl 1. srrun
flt)l com .jin i o Kvre. D n't yini har the A '.!
coming? Thou, Gi, eet me 9 lba'll Be'i rbiiuo
on, Stc. Prices cf Bell No. 5 are tbo aoi0 as Heli N.
I. Botb number cn be "Lta'-ne-t ia or.e voli;-n.
Price, hcnrjit copy. 40 c'itn, iS pr han.i-e l; ciota
bound, euibogsetl tiilt, bo ct.,. $15 per O'ltdre-l. It
repies furnished ak Use ous nunu.-ed prKt, iial.ci al
tiie retail price.
jr-tUra CVu IJjrp.
A new Snnday School B-nk, rt isa ptjei ef bsastifat
hymns sttd tunes It coat.iiae mnv (tea., i,cb as
Sball we kno e-h otber there; Suffer lutle bli.ireu
to ct'Die auto Wei Thn besnr.ifnl aii.ru: iih '. ; i,.ri
ou; Leave me w t-i my mother; He leji'em tre iieshie
till waters, &.c. Pri e pat.er over., Dcent; $1J
j.-ti iiui,iir'j u"t:'-j ti-tivn , Vvr B'la irrvi , cioia
bound, emt(.sied guilt, io cats, $30 per hundrei.
Mailed at the retul price. It Is elite.l bylliracevra
ter, an'hor of Sanday 3cb.jl Bella No. 1 and 2, wbiea
have bad tbe euo n.u saiei of over e it tb aan4
cpie. Just pub if bed by UjaAwB WAT21ia, 'e. 431
Broadway, New Jork.
The St'tm Fatriotie Snj l,
eontalns 91 pates of sonirs, dners snd ch'jrnses, N!i la
ertd snd reculsr. Including 14 p.if t prayers far UX
aud dying soldiers, aad soldiers' S- rlyt ire Manoal
It is well suited ot social ii'.ns, asweii as .Jakarta
worUlp Anionjr (he many baautl'al ple es uttj be
fund, Where 1 t ;rty dwells Is myonntry ; TlieCrla
tian hera, Three chceri f r aur banner; C'oiut hoi U
me 'f be.v) n ; Col'irubia, the gara of tbeooeaa ; P:ee
asan's satherinn; Colunibin's King forever 5 Marcblnt
alorg", ic Prtci i paper covers, ISceats, lvyMk
cred. lialled at the reull pvica
The Harp of Freedom,
contains 82 pazeeof songs, due. a and choruses, far Pre,
earn. Amonn tbe ch.-ice pieces we wonid uams, Pair
freedom's vo rn ; O let mv neoplsin; Over the niain
taiu ; They workM me all the day, Ac. Price 6 cants
untie, 6o cents per Jasea, $2 er hundred; psttage t
Ruth : J JSierei CUn.'ofa.
contains 15S pa?. Wsrds b ' Her. Sidney Pyer, b-tss
by Pn.f. Cull. This is an excellent d.h k foregncerts
for tbey un;. Price papr o vers, 2 ce:us j $isyer
huudred; bound ietentf, $.0 per buadred.
centains73 pKeJof tnnes and hymns. dai!;yed far re
rival, prayer, a id conference mt;iui. Price in pa;
cover, si' gle copies, 1 canisj f i per LaulreA.
Mailed at the retail price.
The Athencum CcUertion,
contains Between fonr and Ave btindred pmsof tcce
ani hymns, tie and o'd, of the choiret kinds, f
church, Sunday -hooI, revival, miictioriary, tr in pi-ran e
srayer and corn rnce, and all blrnis of sacred and te
cial nieelu cs. Tue music in this tx.k has li.'a and aa
tma'.U-n in it, lik. Hhinina Shore, Ren fur the weary
Mhail we kn-w fa h utUer tUere ? bluil we mset hcy.a
tbe river ; Tte-e is a hesitimi vlt; itaid w..r4s
Sweat hour of k.ryer ; Tiiere is a ! id of love; S;;fTe
littie cbi idre'i 'o cone nnt j iue ; i ave the Ntl'
Ac. Prices sins' copies, b.-rind to ten's; '$43 pr
kondrei ; cloth Ixii.nd. erai;oed gilt, 6'.' cent. ; 65 r
bcn-l'ed. Mai el it the retail price. nRAC Vi.
TERS. 431 Bnadway, New Tuurk, Publiaaer ef U
FocoZ yftttie, xcilh Fidao Aeeemptnimeml
1 larse sortrient of new and pcpalar songs, tal'slg
dDeis, i:artett., add ch-rnie, i-S'ied dsilv. Amang
the m.' p'!i'il tr are. Shall we kanw ejrh otber tiers,
Ltwrey ; Why iia vo ruy lov1 aas gone ; I will he true
to the; On, tbfi! n't no si .u f:ri as ruiite, by Pa:er
Xother's love U trn ; Sfsoi love, forget nieuut.aa.,
by Keiler. 25 cnta each ; I bear sweet voices S!ugicg
Hume ia bom; Uorjet If you cao. but forgive, tj
Thomas. 30 cauts ecu.
f.trnninitt, V'ii far tbe Ciano TorteWe ars
cifliu Father Atra'ani, six hnii'tr! tboasai'd ra rs
Always lk on the s.rr.y aide; Siall we kiww esc
ot tier tLere? ic , wilU Lsslhaat variations b7 G-abe
Polkas, ffi ;tzes. Marches, Q'.rkter, Qislr'.lls,
Ac, by rwoTlar authors. All kin 's of S.iiiirig snd Ia
srncti-iu bo.k. Cataline ani edfn.e toauy S-idrs
llosic mailed at the above yrlcts.-.
Vruffrs C-op'. Xuitii -for ihe J;L'i'n
Arrscze as sc'f.s, line's. qnrieta sa l ch.-r!ie 1m
musical Sf-cie'. t-, choirs S'm?jr i Vvj!, p ibl.s ach- e.s
itinar ies s'i;. SljU wc kaow earh o'.t.e' tora?
Don't yoo Lear tbe sices coiin, ? Sr,ai w ntt b
yond the r.verS' in II :e ; There Is a i -ai.iir-.l
world; Whrre l.herty JwfclU n,y country ; fro,
truth and rijbf ; We ate om.i.g Fat-er Abra'aa. sn
kundrel th'i-.i.cJ naore ; Toore Ia aland of love; Air
row .hall coHi iki.n 1.0 wore; H.-v'j'y .,rie ; Cotn4
mg t , me of Jivo; Landinsijit; w will Ioto on
l'inay gcb ol ; o.:r ii is rcarchin-r on ; r, d ave th
Nation; Wuistier" .t,gof ti.e p,,r,ra'i. n Neg o; PaU
FreaUoin's a ro ht dt Le atliti; Overt'; ci-r
tain; Over rts rmitntain ; t.i;tle Kll' an ate! ; Wll
nUn; Bnr? la the taor.irg . ll ker Come s
thy ret; Sstt hoar of Prayer. 4c. Pri. e S cents,
eeu per d., jjj per hundre-1 ; pos;ge I 'ct ea.tu
In sbeet t':r-ai. 'viih p. mo ac.tnnaicr-ent 5 ceras.
Publithsd ty HOSACS WAfFHS. Ag't,
Kt. 4il ttroaUv.ay, K. x.
B. & TEL. T. AIITHOn Y & CO.,
Whnieaal a-31 Re'.air,
01 BROADWAY, NEW YORK..
In addlllon to enrffa'.n 'jrfreaf Ptotatrj' ie 3Bf
teriala,we a.-e Headquarters for the follow, ag' t:b :
8tereoscopcsS Stereoscopic Ylewt.
Of these wa have aa immense r'meat, toclndicf
T' Scenes. American aud F-reiga C'Usa aal Land
scspes, tiroops, Statuary, A:., ice. Al.j,." Eevelvus,
8!etocope, for public or private eiki'siiiea. Oat
CauUigse will be aect to any address a receipt
We wer tt first to intmdac these lot the U
States, aud we maaafactor Icamense eiact.:ea ;
rreat variety, -an.iDg froia v cents u $taeck.. Oat,
Albnms have tb reputation ef being snpe'iar :a WSw
ty aud inrab.L,ry to any others. Tiey will seas O
mall, FSES. on r '?i cf price.
tj-Fts albcxs MADaTooaoia.4
Our Cstliff3now esairacev over Ptv T3aaj.
!l.Tereni anojecta (u wUlca s.J titioas er oatia'.$
teii.g rr.al;) sf Portra.iiof Eji.neat AaarUai,
111 j WV.I
201 Br gjUs tiecerals,
150 Orber OTicrs,
1$ Navy Of3trs,
4-y Artists,- . .
150 Pr -raluf Qt Foreign For'.ralta.
3 0C0 Cot iei of Works of Art. . -
Including reproductiai-s ef the moat eVehratsa 3a.
graving Partings. S'tye. Aa. Carsljgavs aan l o
receipt of t a rtp. Aa or-.er for One Uaisa' P-.f.or
from r CntalwgJe wiil be c:;e4 aa t rea!lr
$1.8.1 ait eo h cia.1. Prre,
Jrtatjf rap'io; s l i ethers or Jt-!rg f-i C.O. D wilt
please i erai; .wantv. a? por cnt rf rm am-'Ct w.ti
their order. K. A H. T. AN'TOST k
. ifssnfjcture'aif I'hot ?; ;,ic V-..r''s.
31 BIiOAP.VAt, NgW TO SC.
t2-nyri, rJ of mt j,;, msiwi
ta 1 ty
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