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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1865)
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txY2 FLQURIKQ j
YlUtis.aj eoastastry oa Lani an a?svrtmenl of
A T II
ln4 all other articles nsually'kept In a first-class
Merchant Flooring or Saw Mill.
. Brownville, March 31st, '64. n30-8-ly.
THOS. C. CBENSHAW,
ALL KIKDS 0?
HARNESS, WHIPS, SPURS, LASHES,
JTain Street .Opposite Ware's Bank,
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA,
GEO. L PRINCE & CO'S
AUTOMATIC ORGANS ! I
a v n
MELGDEONS ! ! !
Thlrtj-FlTC Thonsand Now In Use.
Every Instrument warranted for Jlveyears
Xef seventeen years the superior excellence or our
!xj truneaU,has not been questioned, and fur two
jean past tbe enortcw -is demand baa made it impos
sible for ot to meet our order promptly. With our
creased facilities, we feel warranted in adoring
mr patrons that their erders will be promptly met,
and solicit a continuance of their patronage.
H7a LtBEKAL DISCOCXT TO CLEEGYMf M, CuT&-
ceas xkd iCHooLs.jgJ
GEO. A. PRINCE & CO., Buffalo. N. Y.
Q0. X. PHINCE & CO., CiucagsIlL
Pin" illnstvatod CataJojne, with full deoriptioa ef
fijlea will k asiCfiae te any aadren.
- n , . T" .1 O 1 C
Mam Street Det. x irsi aua oeconu ois.
Keep ccnitantly on hand the belt quality of
OS AO GO
CHEWING AND SMOKING,
S E Q- .A. R S , ,
fl y-i -P ft nf i nn oiM no
JJ LL L w W liVUWl J.. w m
CanitVt, Pain and Fancy,
Orangts, Raisent, Lemont, Dales,
i'igt, Xuti, .fyples. &c, &c.
Jill kinds of Toys,
Canned Fruit, and
PHTLL Is accommodating, obliging, patriotic ana
wide awake to the interest cf the public, and ha
the "beg C assortment of Varieties in his line erer
Tared in this market, and la determine! not to be
undersold for CASH.
"mixnx: die tov get those
NEW GO Q DSP
J. 'BERKY & CO'S.,,
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
J, BERRY & CQ.r
Cm Just received, ana are now opeuing, at
sAaad en Kaln atiet,one of the largest stveks of the
vrer offered In this market. Remember the place,
J. BERRY & CO.'S,
ITo. lit Main so
VMtll) IdiiIm. Dried Peaches, saso. Xte.
JJ eoay, Caadlee, eu , eU.,
At LIoTAUchlia A.8waal.
BACK TO THE OLD STANDI
Veuld recpectf nil Inform bis old customers that be
k-e asln opened his Jewelrj Shop in his old stand on
Vain street, south sie, two doors east of the Brown
Ills House. lie keeps on haDd a splendid assortment
f everything in bis line ot business, which be will
Nil on the iowest terms fer Cash.
Cf Clocks; Vetches and Jewelry done on the short
UaCuUee. , r WORK WARRANTED.
Xjeramte, Keb,. Kay I9ib, lSCi. ta7-8-lr -
ESTRAY NOTICE. "
Taken p by the subscriber residing in G!en Bock
Tewnshlp, cse red steer, white eroes en her back,
tVt " Tkreevaart old next spring,
O EX jt-u. ; r ftPOVF.STETCN & -
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w ,r yasx 7 , . y
piaihT fortk manuf acturer,
Th attftitinn r,f the Public and the trade is
Forte which for Toluroc.nnd purity of tone are unrivalled by any hitherto offored in this market. They
:n;&in all the modem improvements, .r renew? urand action, liarp i edal, Iron trame, Over-strung La
Ac. nud each instrument being made under the personal 8Uperv;-i n ot Mr. J. II. (Jrovojicen, who hi
hnd a practu al experieucc t.f over 0 years in their manufaeture, is folly warranted in every particular.
-Tiie 'G ro venteen Piano Forte" received the Iiighefit aivard of merit
overall others at the
tre were exLibitcd inRtrumonts from the bent makers of London, Paris, Germany, PhiUdolphia. Balt
imore, Boston aud New York; and also at the American Institute for fire successive years, the gold and
silver meduld from both of which can be seen at our ware-room.
Dy the introduction of improvements we make a
largely, with a strictly cash system, are enabled to
PKICES No. 1, Seven Oetuve, round corners. Rosewood plane ease $275.
No. 2. Seven Octave, round cornors, Rosewood heavy moulding $300.
' ' N1. 3 Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood
Torrae: ISTott Camtlx,
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SEST FREE.
FiMLifl & 'LYON'S
Thcreatest improvement ret In the Sewinn Ma
chine Art. A curio.ity worth soeicg.
Please send for circulars with samples of Sewing.
Theso Impiovcd Machines save one hundred per
cent, of thread and silk, and make the Lock-Stitoh
alike un both tides.
They require no Instruction to operate perfectly,
exoept the ' printed directions."
No charge in sewing frem one kind of goods to
And no taking apart to clean er oil.
Our New Manufactory Is now complete, with all
its machinery and tools entirely new, and is already
rapidly turning out Maohine, which for beauty and
perfection of finish are nor fcurpMSiied by any manu
facture in the world.
-X. B. Should any Machine prove unsatisfactory,
itctiu be returned andmonoy refunded.
Agents wanted ia counties nt t canvassed by our
F1XHEE it S. 31. CO,
NO. 538 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Ke. 45 v8 ly.
tc tS k . M II V t Vm.
'Tbssi Bitters are nrenared. in pure Bourboa
WhlaVy, from a combination of over twenty dif
ferent kintis of roots, barks and herbs, which
act In perfect concert one with tle other, pre
Sarel from the oriiual formula riven by tie
great chief, Red Jacket, to Dr. Ci.apin, who
used them successfully in his practice for many
tears, and by their use gaiued so great a popularity
i tiie treatment and cure of l)jsiei)Eia, Liver
Complaint, Constipation, Sick and Nervous Bead
ache, fever and A pie, and all diseasrs arising frtra
torpid liver or indigestion. Persons suffering from
either of these loathsome diseases will find a sure
ure by the uie of these Bitters, which are perfectly
pure and free from all Uoee drugs and poisons usu
ally put up in such preparations and palmed off on
an unsuspecting public.' A single trial will con
vince the most skeptical that in the RhU JACKET
- there is virtue which no otlicr Bitters powess.
They strengthen and invigorate the system,
Tney are unequaled for general debility.
TLey are a sure cure for dyspepsia.
They gire a good and healthy appetite".
They assist digeitirv
They are the tost st jnnlant in existence,
v They are a preventive of fever and Agut.
They relieve constipation.
They cure Nervous Headache.
They are perfectly pure and palatable.
A red persons and delicate females will find they
can save large doctor's bills by the use of these bit
ters. Beware of counterfeits. The Red Jacket Bit
ters are only sold in bottles with our name blown
en the side, and our private government stamp
eeross the cork. oca
For Medicinal and Table nsee, which are perfectly
pure, and need only be tried to be appreciated.
Kane genuine unless they Live our gold laiMtl oo
each bottle, and our Initials pressed it wax oves
she coi k.
Sold by all dmpjiits and dealers throughout the
. country. Call for our goods and take no ether.
Circular to the trade supplied on application te
Dennett Pleters & Co.
8oU by ha. 21 Biver St.. Chicago.
W. II.McCREERY, Browuvllie,
BBGWN kPEODTY, reru.l
GADE Co , " " '
Brown vllle, June 2, 1S64. no 33-1 y
J. F. MORRIS
v Successor to R. Brown Co. J
Would respetsnl!y announce " to the Cltlrens of
Brownrille and vielnity, that he has purchabel the
Large and Well Selected Stock
2HL TLT Or JSS. ,
MEDICINES. PAIiJTS, &C,
OF R. EXOVTN Ce.
' He assnrcs the public renerally, that be will keep en
band every thdng usually kcept in
TUst Class Drug Store,
and is determine! net to te undersold for cash.
prescript vs and ordfrs carefullt fillf
AT ALL HOURS.
WHITNEY BT,OCK, MAIN STREET .
BIIO WNTlLLE, NEBRASKA.
WBLL Buckets, Churns, Sievej, Kouse r' Traps
- Clothes Pins and Cti!a isosn
" w r
PAIL.3, Tubs, Kegs, Washboards, Keelers, Children's
Cabs and WheaibarrowH '
M Iiaughlin & Bvcu's
invited to our New Scale 7 Ocrare kosewood Piano
Celebrated t orld's F air!
still more perfect Piano Forte, and by manufacturing
oer these iaatruments at a price which will preclude
Louis XIV style $325, afac simile of the aborecut.
in. Curront IPxxaiclfis.
june 30-n43-vi ly
WM. H. McCREERT,
Cash Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
33 XT Gr
raims, uiis aua jjye Muii,
Pure LIquos for 3iedlcal Papcses
All kinds Patent Medicines
DEjYTJL JjYD FM'CY goods,
Blank Books and Stationery,
The best brands of Chewing and Smoking
TOBACCO AND SEGAKS,
1 of 1,11 olors.
Perfumery and Toilet Goods.
He assures his patrons, and the public generally,
no win aeep on nana an extensive stock of the ar
tides mentioned, besides anything and everything
usually kept in a first clas Drug Store, which he
is prepared to sell at low rates lor Cash. Call and
examine for yourself
South-east. Comer Main ancTFirst Streets
Prescriptions and Orders
Carefully filled at' all hours.
The readers of the Continental are aware of the
importsnt'ptsition it has assumed, of the infinenoe
W ;ich it exerts, and of tho brilliant array of politi
cal ana literary talent ot. the highest order whieb
supports it. No publication ot the -kind has, in
this country, so sucressfuily. combined the energy
and freedoin of the daily newspaper with the high
er litf rary tone of the firt-&lus monthly; and it ii
very certain that no magazine - has given wider
raDgo to its contributors: or preserved itself so com
pletely from the narrow influences of party or of
taction. In times like the present, such a journal
is either power in the land or it is nothing. That
the Continental is not the latter is abundantly
evidenced by what it has done by the reflection of
its counsels in many important public events, and
in the character and power of those who are its
Though but little more than a year bas elapsed
since the Continental was first established, it has
during that time acquired a sterength and a signi-
ncacce eievnung it to a position Tar above that pre
viously occupied a strength and a political signifi
cance elevating it to a position far above that pre
viously occupied by ony publicatienof the kind in
America. In proof of which assertion we call at
tention to the tnllowirg facts:
1. Of its polical art ides republished in pamphlet
form, a single one has had, thn? far, a circulation
of one hundred and six thousand copies.
Z. irom its literary department, a sinjrlo serial
novel. "Among the Pines," hos, within a very few
months, sold nearly thirty-five thousand copies
Two other series of its literary articles have also
been republished in book form, while the firt por
tion of a third is already in press.
No more conclusive facts need be alledged to
prove the the excellence of the contributions to the
Continental, or their extraordinary popularity; and
ite conduct rs are determined that it ball not fall
behind. Preserving all "the boldness, vigor and
ability" which a thonsand journals have attributed
to it, it will greatly enlarge its circle of action, and
discuss, fearlessly and frankly, every principle in
aoli'ed id the great questions of the day. The first
minda.of the country embracing the men most
femiliar with its diplomacy and most distinguished
for ability, are among its contributors; and it is
no more "flattering promise of a prospectus" to say
that this "'magozine for the times" will employ the
the Erst intellect in America, under .auspices which
no publication ever enjoyed before in this country.
While the Continental will expreig decided
opinions on. the gteat questions of the dsy, it will
not be a mere political journal: much the larger
portion of its columns will be enlivened, as hereto
fore, by tales, " poetry and humor. In a word, the
Continental will be found, under its new staff of j
Editors. occupying adosition and presenting attrac
tions never before found in magawce.
TERMS TO CLUBS.
Two copies fur one year - $5.00
Three copies for one year, 6.00
Six copies for one year, 11,00
Eleven copies for one year,. 20,00
Twecty copie3 for one year, 30,00
PAID IN ADVANCE?.
Postaga Tfwepty-Xour cents ayear, to be paid by
' SIXC1E COPIES.
Three dollars a year, in ad ranee. Postage paid by
JOm F. TROW. 50 Greene St., N. Y.,
Publisher for the Proprietors.
As an inducement to new subscribers, tha. Pub
lishers offers the following liberal premium?:
Any person remitting $3, in advance, will receive
the magazine from July, 1562, to' January, 1864
thus securing the whole of Mr. Kimball's and Mr.
Kirke's new serials, which are alone worth the
price of the subscription. Or, if prafered, a sub
scribercan take the magazine for 1863, and a copy
of "Among the Pines, or of "Undercurrents of
Wall Street," by R. li. Kimball, bound in .doth, or
of "runshme in ihought, by Charles '' Godfrey
Leland retail price, &125 The hook to he S6nt
Any person remiting 4 50, will receive the maga
sine from its commencement, January, 1862, to
January, 1864, thus securinj Mr. Kimball's Was
Aesuocessful 7 and Mr. Kirke s "Among the Pines,
and "Jlerchani otory, aud nearly o.UUO octave
pages of the host liteiature In the world. Premium
ubseriSjer to pay their own postage.
A Large assortmentof Pocket knives. Butcher knivj
etc. eu;., can no seen
At WLAVGSLTN & SWAS.
CULTIVATOR3, Scytnes, Cradles,
SDades. Shove's, etc. e.c.
At McLauehlin & gtvssn'Bk
Blacking brushes, Scrubbing brnshes
brcoms, Blsckiug, Hatches. Ink. Writin
raper, etc., ...
McLaughlin & SrA
, ESTRAY NOTICE.
Taken up by tbe undersigned, livin? six miles
west of BrownvU'e, Dec. 14th, one red and white
e tear, three years old last spring.
15-3t . ri.W KENNEDY.
Taken up by tbe undersigned, Iivins two miles i
above Brownville. Nemaha Oounty, Nebraska, on
the loth day of December, one Mack horse colt,
two years old, very poor when taken up, no marks
or brands, J5-3t ISAAC JEFFERS.
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From a Forwarding Merchant -nf St.Lcu.it, Ft 4,
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H Cltrh of Steamer Clarion
Bilious Disorder Liver CMplAiit
. From Dr. Theodore Bell, of New York Gtjf, -.
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Depaetmzkt or th Iwtxbiok, )
- Washington, D.C, 7th Feb., 1J56.J
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Dypepela, Imparity ef the Blood.
From Rev. J. V. flimes. Pastor of Advent Church,
' Boston. - '
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Prepared by Dr. J. C. ATEE St Co., Lovell, llaxs.
y8-n8-1y - ' ' ' : - "- ' ;
' Attractive Feature. The '$5,000 Prize: Novel
The . Oulf Between. Them.. By , Mrs. " Anne S,
Stephens, Authoress of "Fashion and 'Tamiae,"
Sitii" An . An. . f
" In addition to its attractions: aa thejirst and
most authentic Illustrated Paper in 'America, sur
passing all others In the variety, accuracy, and , In
terest of the numerous illustrations which it offers,
Frand Leslie's Illustrated Newipaper will begin in
No.435,dated January 30, 1864, the tbrillingand
absorbing novel, "The Gulf Between them," writ-
. . . , If . c. 1 1
ten by the great novelist,. Mrs. oiepueus, wuose
'Fashion and r amine cad a larger circulation
than any other purely literary novel ofonrday,
and was regarded as so masterly a vork of fiction
that it was not only republished in England, but
was translated into almost every laiguage of Eu
The prixe of Ja.000, offered with unusa lber-
alitv bv the proprietor for the best nov drew
forth no less than two hundred works, ' 'ny of
them of great merit. Among the?, Mrs. Stephens
novel was selected, as evidently surpassing not only
all others offered, but almost everything hitherto
published. It i? fully equal to f?hion and
. Famine," and will b as widely read.
It will be of greater interest, mm we tact ma
the scene is laid in our land and our own times;
andin de iceation 01
power it will faseiuate and charm lk reader,
Kiirtiytnntfnn K.VMI nftr Tear- I
Address FftANK LESLIE, Daano St. N. Y.
Copies of the parr containing tho commence
ment and continuation of Mrs. btephens novel,
"The Gulf Between them," can be had of any News
dealer in the United Scales or Arit'uh Provinces.
SALT by the barrel or pound, rina uairy oa, ior
At McLiUGHlIIt & bWAN s.
PICK.EL5 by the deen or barrel, f a superior qual
ity, cmstantly on hand
At AlcJuCGELlM awaH,a.
FIGS, Chocolate, Maple sugar, aisorted ienies.uan
Peaches. Pepper sauce, Mushrosm catsup, Worces
tershire sauce, itc, &c,
AT MCLAUOflLIK K BWAh a
FLOUR, Sutter, Xgt;s, Bacon, etc., stc.
At McXAuahlin & Swuna
r , LAND FOR SALE.
The beautiful tract of Land known as the "Hay
wood Farm," contaning 160 acre.?, situated one
mile West of Brownrille, is for fale apply to
16-4tp'd . WILLIAM 11. HOOVER.
INDIA Rubber and Horn, Dressing, Pockst std flns
Comb, , Wooden Pocket combs, Ioeaoro Peucbes
Wallets, Fish Books and Hues, Ac.,
- ' At UcLAUGHLIXf ST7AXS.
PROSPECTUS FOR ISGl
An Independent Democratic Dai
ljt eorai'Weekly and Weekly
UNIQN OF THE WORLD AND
The World, io which the New York Weekly Argas
baa been anited, hag to-day five times tho aggre
gate eircalation ef any Deraooratio or conservative
newspaper. It addresses weekly alone more than
100,00b subscribers ncd constant purchasers, and
reaches at least half a million readers. With the
steady tacreaae fn eircalation which it now enjoys,
these numbers will soon be doubled. Nothing less
than this should satisfy those who believe that the
only hope cf restoring the Union and the authority
of the Constitution over a now distracted and di-
videi country, lies in wresting power from the
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