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PROSriXTUS FOR lbUl.
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wide a (
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kai 11 otbtr artiolet uwfclly kept in Cnt-1?
growbtHit.Mrch 3Im'g4. a30-8-ly.
All KINDS 0?
IURNESS, ViilPs, SJ'URS, LASHES,
-:- Nain Street, Opposite Ware'a Ber.k.
NEBRASKA ' CITY,; NEBRASKA.
GEO. . PRIHCE & GO'S
AUTOMAflC ORGANS 1!
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MELODEQNS ! ! !
TiilrSi-Jirc Tfeonsaiifl NaT 1 se.
'.Every hsirvmerj warranted for five years
Tot feTenteenyaarsHho i'upcrior excellence of oor
lattrnraents hu not ben questioned, and for two
ya past tha ei.oroious deun'.nJ has made it iinpo
liUt for us U m -etonrtiTderproint!r Wil
'lacrcased filitiea, we feel warrantid in Msann;
arratroni that their ardcrs will be prumptly met,
oJ elicit acortiuuance of their patronage .
147-A LIBFKAI. PISrorKT TO CLErGTliKK, CHIR-
- GEO, A.-PRINCE & CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
QUO. A. BJIMCEs CO., Ciiicago,IiL
Ib illastrated Catalogue, with f 3.!! deicription f
aylM will bmeo free U cy addrcM.
Main Street bet. First and Second St
1 33rown-ilo 33" oto.
r Eeept 'ccnitantiy on band the best quality of
CHKWING AND SMOKING,
S E G- -A. R S
Candirs, Plain and Fancy,
Oravg?8, Raifen$t Lemons, Dates,
Figt, Nuts, Apples. &c:, be.
All kinds of Toys,
Canned Fruit, and
THILL ! accommodating, obliging, patriotio an.
ide awake to the interest of the public, and ha?
the best assortment of Varietiei in Lis line vei
' eTered in this market, and ia determined not to be
oiideneld for CASH.
XTHERE DIE YOU GET THOSE
J. BERKY & CO
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
BROWN VLIiE -
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iU: ; J. BERRY & CO..
Eave Just receive, ami axe now openiun, at .
. Uad on Main sti et, cne ot the largest stocts of the'
aver offered in this market. Remember the place,
J. BERRY & CO.'S,
No. XX, IVTriia. otroot
auonisviLLii., ft. t.
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DRISD Apples, pried Peaches, sago, Bice, stare
oap, Candles, etc., etc.,
- At IIoTiauchlia &r8waa'c.
BACK TO THE OLD STAND!
S-13 W S3 Xj "2" ! !
'.TftSEP II S II U T Z
Vou.a his Jewelrj Shop in bis eld stand on
Ki.in street, souin , s a pien(im ,96ortment
TiKe Houe. i ;,K.lne- of cosiness, whicU lie will
Cf Clock. besaud. Jewelry done on the abort.
Kay 19th, 1554. uj-vo-iy
-rr FSTRAY NOTK E.
Taken a p by .mhite .g, n ber back,
m GEOESTEEN; & GO,
P T A tuT FO R T.K MaNU F A C T U RE R ,
tj,- w.,i',,f thp TiiLlio Bnd the trade is
Forte which for Tclmnn and purity of toe re unrivalled by r.ny hithprto offered in this maket. I hoy
ODtain all the modern irorrovennenta, Fren-rh, Grnd action. Harp Teda!, lrou Fralne. Over-Mrung
Ac end each instrument Virg ind' undi-ff be personal iujrrMoii Mr. J. FI. irc.vctron. ho ha
had a rreotical cipprience of over SO jearc in thfir manufacture, is fn!!y warranted in every partv.iular.
The "GroreM'ern Tlano Foi f e received Iic highest award of nicili
'overall others at llic Celebrated Toiid's i-sif r!
tre wera eihibi'cd lriPtrnruvnt'from the bet n;nkers of London, Purls, Germany, Philadelphia, BaU
!tuore,Iioton and New York ; r.nd als; at the American Intitut for fire successive year., the gold und
silver 'jnednls fr.a both of which can le teoa a M3w.,re-roora.
lly the ir.troduotion of iniproTements tre trV.e a still rjnre perfeot Piano Forte, acd Vy rnannfaeturin?
largely, with btrietly caaU syattiu, are enablutl tooiitr tuesa iti iiacpti at a price wL,ich V ill preclude
all coTDpefitiou. . . "
PRICKS N'o. 1, Seven Octrc, round corner. Rosewood plane case $275.
No. 2. Seven Octave, round corners. Rosewood heavy rnouldicg ?303.
N.3 Sten Octave. rouDd corners, rJosewoodlxiuisXly'tyle $325, a facfimileof the tvJxoTecut.
Terms: Jett Cacli, Ixa. Current 3JTa.xxcIs.
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT FREE. ' - june 30-nli-vS ly ':
Tha prratest irnrcvinl yet in tho Sawina Ma
chine Art. A curi.)ity Kortb. acciug,' ,
FJease send for eircuUrs with samijle.s of Sewing.
These Iiapioved- Maohine? save om hundrod Tcr
cent, of 4irtrd and silk, axd u;ake the Lotk-dtVoii
alike 1 n both . ides.
ry require on instruction to operate perfectly,
except the printed direction
No charge in seiricg from one kind of goods to
another. . ' '
And no taking apart U olean or oil.
Onr New M.i nn factory now complete, with all
its machinery and tools entirWly new, ami is already
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rapdly turcu'j? out .ancMncs wntca lor oeauij 1,1m
petfecti- n of fcni-h aronor sarjiaascd by apy u:i!.u-
,'cture iu the world. "
N. C Should any MacLine prare unsatisfac'ry,
it can be returned and money refunded. . -
Agcntt irontcd ia counties net canvassed iy our
NO. 533 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Tbmi Bitters are prepared, In pnre Bourhoa
TS LUlcy, from a combinatiou of ott twenty Olf
lerent kin'ls of roots, barks aitd bcrl.s, which
act in perfect concert one with He- cttier, pre
pared from the cVijnid forniula given hy tl.e
great chief. Red Jacket, to Dr. thapin, who.
used them Successfully in his practice for mnny
years, and by their use gained so great a popularity
In the treatment and cure of DyFpesia, l.iver
Coraplaiot, Constipa'.iou, Sick and"errons Head.
acle, Fever and Ague, and ail diwrasts srlsin? front
torpid lirer cr iixiigestion. Perscawi suC'crii;; from
Cither of these loathsome diseases will find a sure
ure by the use of these Bitters, which are perf.vtly
pure and free from all those drugs and poisons usu
ally put np in such preparations and palrred oil en
an unsuspecting public, A single trial will con
Tiuce the most skeptical that in the Kti JACKET
licre is Tirtue which no other filters post-.
They strengthen and invigorate tho system.
They are unequal ed for general de bill : -
They are a sore cure for dyspepsia, ' r
They give a good and healthy appetite.
They assist digests
They are the fcost suaulant in existence.
They are a preventive of Tever and Agua,
They relieve constipation. . ,
They cure Eervous Headache.
They are perfectly pure and palatahle.
.Aged persons and delicste females will f nd thej
can save large doctor's bills by the use of these Lit
ers. Beware of eountsrfrlts. The Red Jacket Tit
ters are only sold in bottles with our name Mown
en the side, and our private government stamp
serosa the cork. oca
Ter jtedicinal and Table uses, wldch are perfectly
pure, aud need ouly be tried to be appreciated.
Kone genuine unless they have our gold label on
each b ttie, and. oor iuitials pressed wax evr
F;ld Ly VI drurglst ard dealers throughout the
Sou n try. Call for oar goods and take no rthrr.
Circulars to the trade supplied on application U
- -Ueiinelt Pietcrs & Co.
goli by Jfo. tl River Si.. Chkage.
W. n.KcCKEEKV. Br.,uv:lie,
BIKUVW &PHOUTY, Peru, JV.T.
GADECo . " " "
Brownritle, Juue 2. 1864. no39-ly
J. F. MORRIS
Successor to R. Brown & C-
Tor.ld rospe"twl1y announce to the Cit'.scns of
Brownvllle and vicinity, that he has purchased the
Large and Well Selected Stock
OF B. BROWJf A. Co.
He assura the public generally, that he.'
baud every thdcg usually keeut in
rill keep on
Fust Class Drvg Store,
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and Is determined net to be undersold for cash.
PRESCRIPTION'S AXD ORDFRS CAREFULLY FILLFD
AT ALL HOURS .
WHITNEY BLOCK, MAIN STBEET
. u-8-iy .
WETL Bucketa, Chnrns, Sieves, House' Tnps
Clothes Pins and Castile soap
PATLS, Tubs. K3?s, Washboards. Keelers, Children'
Cabs aud Wheelbarrows
- MLauglilin& Swvn's
iavittil to our New Seal. 7 OcUfe ttosowood
TO B, KcCEEEET,
Cah Wholcjale and Kcfail Dealer in
13 it U 'C2- 'i3 ,
Faints, Oils and Dye Stuff, 1
Fare Llfinos Tor Medical rnpciea
All kinds. Patent MctliciiHS
DENTAL A.D FANCY GOODS,
Elanli Boolis ad Stationery,
The best brabSs of Chewing and ?tnokin
TOBACCO' AA7D SEGAKS.
X xi Its of olors.
Perfuqicry and. Toilet Goods.
IIo assures his patrous. aud the iublic gentrally,
he will keep on hand an extensive stock of the ar ,
tides mentioned, besides anything au i everything;
uua'iy kept in a pwt ciavj Drug Mere, which he
is prepared to sell r.t low rates for Cisa. Ci',1 and
fxaaiine for -oursclf
ast Corner Main and First Streets
Prescriptions and" Orders
Carefully fi;:c-d a t all hours.
v w mm
ti ill Ik
The readers of the Continental are aware of the
important position it has auii-cd, of the influence
whitt) it curts, and of thts brilliant arayuf politi
cal and literary talent of the highest ord r which
supports it. No puUictio.c of tho kind hns. in
thiscountry, so giu-e"?slu!iy ccmliiiM d -the eucrgv
and frecJt tn f the daily newspaper with the high
er litensry tone of th,e firt-clnss monthly; and i: ii
very cert:iiii that nr njitaine baa iven wider
rnfi to it.' cifrWiutort; or preserved itself so oom
pl;tly from t'nsi nsrrjy influences of party or of
factir n. Iu times like the present, uch a journal
i eithfr a power in the hind or it is nothintr. That
the V'untir.ental is not the latter ' is ubiu:dsittly
evdfncc4 by what it has dme-. l.y the reflection of
its counsels in many inipr.rtunt publii; event?, and
in the'eharacter and riwer of thoje whoaroita
Though but litt le more than a yent ha Ciapseri
since the Continental wa first established, it has
during that ti nit acquire i a stcrenth tiuO a signi-fji'anc-e
elevntinp it uu fsiticn farabuve that pre
viously oe. upi d a streutli and a p..'i:ic:'l sinifj.
cance elevating it to a position far ah-. ve th.it pre
viously icVupifcd by ony pul.!icuii;n "f the kir.d iu
America. In pr.n.f of r?hirb nsM-rtk a we cull at
tentici! to the following facU:
1. Of its polical articlos r.-puMishcd in patrphlt
form, a single one hns bad, thus fur, a circulation
of one hundred r.nd mx thouand o.pies.
2. From its literary department, a singlo sena?
novel. "Aiung the l'ine'' hoi, within a very few
m' n.'lis, s..ld nearly tuir.'v-fire thousand rot)ies
Two other eerieg nf its I itfrnrr articles hfve also
oeu republished in b.-.uk form, whils the flrst por-ti-
n of a third is already in prrji.
No more totulusiva facts peed he alledgcd to
prove the the excellence of the contributions to the
Continental, or their extraordinary jpula-ity; a?;d
i'f conductors are determined that it shall not fril
behind. Preserving nil "the boldness, vigor and
ability' which a tuoimwid journals have attributed
to it, it will greatly en'are its circle of action, and
discuss, fearlessly and frankly, every principle in
n dved id the great questions of the day. The first
minds ( f the country embracing the men most
f.T.iiliar with its diplomacy and most distingn'shed
for ability, are amng its contributors; ai d it is
no more '"flattering promise of a pro.pe tus" to say
that this"mago;n! for the times" will cmpf-.y the
the first intellect in Auierioi, under Jan spices which
no publication evor enjoyed Wtore in this country.
While the Continent). I will exrres decided
opinious on the great qmstions of the day, it will
uot bo a im-re political journal: much tho larger
p- rtion of its columus will be enlivened, as hercto
fjTjby tle,3, poetry and humor. In a word, the
C-mliucntal will be found, under its new staff of
Editors. occupying a d.?;tkn find presenting attrac
tions never before found in magazine. . .
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"A Large assortment of Pocket knives. Butcher knlv,
etc. etc., can bo seen
At M'Z;iCffam'd S WAITS.
Scytnex, Cr,lles, Battes,
Spaaes, Shovels, etc, e,c,
At jftlcLaughlin & Bwan
BROOMS, Blarltiuic brushes, Scrubbing brnsties
Whisk brcoius, B'.ackiug, Matches, Ink, Vrit;n
Paper, Ap., '
McLauchlin & SrA5's.
Taken np by the undersigned, living six mile?
west of Brown ville, Dec. 14tb, one red and white
stear, three years old last spring.
; ' 15-3t S.W KENNEDY.
Taken up Ly the undersigned, living two miles
above Brownville, Nemaha Oonnty, Nebraska, on
the 16th day of December, one black horse colt,
two years old, Terv poor when tsken ur. no marks
orbrands, 16-3t ISAAC JKtFEP.3,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
A: vou Mfck. !eb, and
ccrttptfiiiRinir! -Ate ;onut
of oiot-r. ,5iii your syntetu
licii'i'.'!'''!. ri'fl vrnr Ice'inx''
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ti'm S'-e t.;:ei t!.e f relitue.'
i Oil. I'l 1 Hi!.
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.ke A mm ".-, lii.
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;i!v.--t. ; '-f if.w'e-oit niv,liuc: ti in
'. i'". .v -v--. --J Kiiv l!:- titration Oi ilie
- boiir into visorews oc:ivity.
piTifv thearster.i from th oh- li ucnoi.a w t-'.' h meko
di4.ke. A o'd 'U soii'flw'.iere in the tp.y. iHi
iieved, reset f.i.ou tl:em--e've$nd tl.e surro.iiidn
aud di:U. Wl i'c m this cor.wu. opprM-n
the liviiticmcni., take Avt-r
dircctfv trie m.orf t
itut.ni.1 nctioi. ot the svs-
tvm: si.d with it rl.e buoyant h-e.i.if rtfaltu as
What if true and to nppareu iu tliwtnviah r.nt tc
mon coiiipiunii, is fliso ouc "
routed ani dan.-erous iisfentpf The seme p rga
tive i-flect expels them, f nused by sfnn.ar olstiuc
tior.s mhI tnnnemiMa of the natural functmus of
the byUv, they nne rapidly, and many of them MireH ,
Cured lie the smoe means. Aone wuo J
viitues f these will neglect to employ them
When sti florin r tVfi.i the lii-ordcis thev cure. -fct::teniciits
iiom lending pinticians in sonn- of the
pnncirsl otic, ci.u liuia other wtil-knowu pub..c
per.soiis'. " "... ' 1
Ftx-m a Foiicardiva Merchant f S!. Iau'is, Fel 4,
! Dr AYJEtt- Yonr Pills ufc the paragon rail that
Is ftu-at in-medicix;e. They have cured my little
dan-liter of ulceiwus sores upou her Lands and feet
that had proved 'incurable lor years. ller mother
Las been long grievously afflicted with blotches and
pimples on iier skin and in her hair. After our
el.i U was cured, she also Uicd your Pills, and they
Lave cured her. ASA. MOKGiilDGE.
. . Ae Family Pbyale.
From Dr. E JT. Cartwrigiit, Xr.tr Orieant.'
Yourl'iils are the prince of purges. -Their ex
Calient qualities surpass anv cathartic we possess.
They ore mild, but verv certain and effectual iu their
r.clicuon the bowels, which makes them invaluable
, to us in the daily treaipieut of disease. )
iZcariachfjSick Headache, Fonl tomacL
. From Dr. Edward Boyd, Baltimore.
Dear T3ta Ayek: 1 cannot answer you tchat
comjainta 1 have cured with your Pills better than
to say all that tre ever treat with a purgative medi
cine. 1 place gifflt depeudence on that effectual
cathartic in ray dailv coutestVith disease, aud be
lie ii?, rs I do. that your I'ills afford us the beet we
have, 1 of course value them highly. ,
. riTTSBuno, Pa.. May 1, 1S35.
Dr. J. C. AYEtt. Sir: 1 have been repeatedly
cured of the woret keadacke anybody can have by a
!o or two of your l iils. It seems to arise from a
' tout stomach. w:hich thev cleanse at once.
Yvur with great repccL KD. Vr' PREP.LE. -;
r ... r . . ..Clerk (f Steamer Clarion.,
B:lione Disorders Iivrr Complaiut.
FioiiiDr.' Theodore BtV, of New York City. ;
'ot oi.ly are your I'ills admirably adapted to their
purpose as an aperient, but I find their beneficial
tl!e,cis upon the Liver very marked indeed. They
fca'e In' mv practice proved mote effectual for the
cure of lifiout coinplainti than any one remedy I.
can mention J sincerely rejoice that we have at '
length n purgative which is worthy the confidence of
the proiessiou and the people.. - -- '." "
Department or the Intirior, 1
Washington, D. C , 7th Feb.. 1856. )
' fin: I have used your I'ills iu my general end
Lomotil practice ever aince you mude them, and
cct.LOt hesitate to say they are the best cathartic
wo employ. Their regulating action on the liver is
c;u;ck and decided, consequently they are an ad?
tninlle remedy lor derangements of that organ.
Indeed, I have seldom louiid a cate of I -itioua dis
ease to obstinate that it did not readily vield to
them. Fraternally yours, ALOXZO HALL, M. D.,
Physician (J the Marine Hospital.
Dys.rn.tery, Diarrhcea, Htlnx, Worms, -
From Dr. J. G. Green, of Chicago.
Tour I'ills have had a long trial iu my practice,
and I hold them in esteem rs one of the beet aieri
eiifs I have ever iour.d. Their alterative effect upon
the Ij.er luakes thera aa excellent remedy, wlscn
giv en iit small doses lor bUiou dysentery and diar
r'i.r.i. Their sugn r-conting makes them very ac
ec pil'e aud coucuitut for the use of women and
ChiJu.'eU. - - ; ... .
Ijijx?psia, Btnpnrily of the Blood
Front Rev. J. V. Jlimes, Pastor cf Advent Church,
Da. Atir: I have used yoar rills with extra
ordinary snccesa 5u my family and among those I am
f al:nl to vu-it in distress. To regulate the organs of
digestion aud purify tho blood, they are the very
Let remedy I nave ever known, and 1 can oonii
oeiitly recommend them to my friends. "
- . Yours, J. V. 1IIME3.
Warsaw, Wyoming Co., Jf. Y., Oct. 24, 1S55.
- Dkai: fcm: I tin using your Cathartic I'ills in my
practice, and find them an excellent purgative to
.:-:u.ie the system aid purify the fountains of th
Uol, JOilN G. JlkACllAM, M. D.
Constipation, Costiwtew," Bupjrrioni,
lu.-iiniatiout, Uont, A'euralgia, lropy,
1'ur-iiyaia. Fits, rlc.
7 'T;n Dr. J. P. Vaughn. Montreal, Canada.
Too much cannot be mid of your Piiis tor the
cure of costircTu ss. If others of pur fraternity have
found iheni ss efhercious ns I have, they should join
me i:i piociuiinir.git. lor the benefit of the multitudes
who triifier from that complaint, wluch, although
bud i-i:ongli In itelf, is the progeLitor of others that
ere worse.'- I liieve costioeneu to originate in the
liver, but your I'ills afit-ct that organ and cure the
" From Mrj. E. Stuart, Physician and Midwife,
I l;rd one or. two large doses of your Tills, taken
i tiie pioper time, are excellent promotives of the
natural secretion "When wholly or partially eup-prtii-'td,
and n!f:o very effect ual to cleanse the
t'on.at h aud expel worms. . They are so much the
Lett physic we have that I recommend no other t
From the Pc?. Dr. JIawl-ti, of the MetJiodist Epis.
rrLAPKi tT78K, Savannah, Gc., Jan. f , 1358.
IIonoued S:&: 1 f hould le unjrriitetui lor the
. relief jour skill has bi ought me if 1 did i;ot report
mv esse to you. A cold settled in my limbs and
brought on excruciating veuralgic pains, which
c-n tied in chronic rhturr':m. Notwithstanding I
had the best of phyiclai. t!:e disease grew worse
and worse, until by the sdvi- e of 'ur excellent
Ptrent in Paltin;ore, Dr. Maekenrie, 1 tried your
liils. Their eliects vcre slow, but sure. 15y per
severing iu the use of them, 1 am now entirely weu.
Sknatk Chamber. Eaton Kouge, La., 6 Dec., 1855.
Dr Ayes: 1 have been entirely cured, by your
I'ii's, of liheumrjic Gout a painful disease that has
ifllieted me for -ears. VIA'CEXT SL1DLLL.
C7 3Iost of tnj rilla In market contain Mercury,
which although a valuable remedy in skilful hands,
is dangerous in a public pill, from the dreadful con
sequences that freoucutlv follow its incautious use.
Thc-e coutain no mercury or xniueral substance.
Price, 25 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for $1.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYES & Co., Lawell, Haas.
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