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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1866)
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LOC A L.
BUckDecds, Mortgages, Executions, Replevin.
farriagc Licence. etc. vc. nc. mr .n annis uruse
"ME- J. S. WILLIAMS, Whoii theanshoi-
lied Meat in St. Louis for tbis paper, will attend to
mtkn collection and purchases in that City. OJflc t
,7 Chcttnut Street, ,V. E. cor. Sth. -
3R0W.WILLE, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 18C8,
There will be held in the City of Brown
nlle, Nebraska, on the 2d day of April,
A. D. 166G, an Election for the follow
ic'City Officers: One Mayor; five
Alderman ; one Clerk ; one Treasurer ;
one Assessor ; one Civil Engineer ; one
Marshall, and one Street Commissioner.
, V. V. HACKNEY, Clerk.
EST A meeting to discuss the State
question will be held at Peru to-mcrrow
(Friday) evening. All are invited to
attend. Able Speakers will address the
There will be a Road Meeting at Ne
maha City, Saturday evening1, March
lOib, at early candle lighting. Speaker?
will be there to address the meeting. A
gocd turn-out is expected.
J. W. Bliss Auctioneer Sales made
iqtown or Country on the best of terms.
Cora Wanted, by
tf WILCOX &, WORTHING.
'Marsh & Co., have just received a
choice lot cf Cigars, and Toh? cjt, call in
at.d take a smoke. 24-2i .
Swan &. Bro., have on hand an 1 always
Lt-ep n choice selection of Groceries and
IV( viion, which ihy sell at figures
within the reach of all.
Married, On Monday 5th; 1SC6, ly
Rv. D Hart, C. II. Walker to Mattie
L. Wobkmam, all cf this place.
We notice, by the Omaha Republic'
of ihe 2J, that Gen. Heath has sold b;u-k
all his interest in that establishment
the old firm of Taylor St McClure.
. The unJersigned at the Post Ovfficej
.nre nftw prepared to furnhh the best of
" fresh 0ar;e Seed for hedging at $2 50
.per pound, call soon, aMhe supply is
limited. MARSH So CO.
McPherson & Sprinkle keep constant
ly on hand a larg assorimeni of Flour,
'.Lumber, Shingles and Lath. They are
determined to keep pace with the greatly
increasing demand for these article?, and
none need' fear vf be iog disappointed
but come . ight along.
There is -a letter in our Post Office,
from some member of the Veteran 1st
Nebraska Cararly,' now on the rlains,
directed " 7b the Prettiest Girl in Brown
ville, Xtlraska." The writer is doubt
less in search of his"clTinity."anJ we hope
he may be successful ; but, ia the mean
time, our P. M. is in a fix ; he being a
bachelor, has also "aspirations," and,
should, he deliver it according to his
judgment it might interefere with his
arrangements. Won't some fair damsel
help him out of the scrape ? Don't ail
Sjeak tt once.
We have just taken a trip through the
extensive Riding. Plow. Factory Morgan
Hewett, corner cf Front and Main
streets, iu this City. They have already
near fifty. Plows finished, and orders are
coming in as fast, if not faster, than they
can complete them. Their four forges
are going constantly, aud the men em
rlyd iq woodwork occupy all the avail
' atle room in their extensive shop both m
'kefirs nnd second story. These Plows
arfe destined to head-off all oiher Culti
a'ors'vhert'ver thv are known.
Our fjitr f i tr o
wur 'y Lleriion com-s on now in a
ftw ivphU - - .i . ...... .. I
city as n g0u 0f City Ofiker.
Dur r.u,n. ..- ....... . j
fi'om lur JiKj uAvmeut is creat. m.d ,
hi in iir i'. iTini' i.i:
..ae tieceS(! v for ttTicicnt. trui worti.y i
Atsi,rnt i ...
.uvi n uenui e is ecu'ciiusin iu ,
we believe is self-er
Everyone. - The leading men of the Ci.y
e thii.k, should meet and - discuss tins
tratter, and place before community a
ticket as near right in nil respects as
possible, ignoring politics and prejudice,
and looking only o t-e benefit of the
Spring seems fairly opened up in this
region tne air havin iust enough of
Winter's breath ia it to make it
facing and healthy; tmall boys play
tall, and larger boys sit in the sun and
lk politics, showing unmistakable sym
Ploais that the great enemy to industry,
'"spring fever," has theinin its clutches.
On the other hand, everywhere may be
teen industrious mechanics, wiih their
coats tff, at work finishing up buildincs
completed last fall, or preparing to
frect mfe. We predict that more build
will be done this year than and pre
;J year. The great demand is for
cktandwe know of no town on the
"souri river whrre more money could
te icadc at Brick-makipg than here.
The City Council met last Tuesday
evening, and let the Ferry Privilege to
It. F. Barret; he agreeing to hare a
Horse Boat ia operation wiihin thiny
days, capable of carrying four wagons
and keeping it in such condition during
ihe boaticg season for five years; and
paying the City SI 00 per annum for the
privilege. In case a contr.ici can be made
at any time for a Steam Ferry Boat to
run at this point, his contract ceases on
mnty days notice, by buying his horse
jbou at its cash value. -
Tbis is the contract ay we have learned
it. We don't like the horse principle on
the Missouri, but, as it isn't a "one
horse" affair, it may "pan." It won't
"blow up" that's one thing certain.
We have just been shown a new at
tachment to the Leeperk Kidder Ridin
Plow, juj.t invented by A. W. Morgan,
of the firm of Morgan c Hewett, man
ufacturers of this and Black's Gang
Plows in thi?City. The attachment con
sists in a frame vvoik which carries two
extra Shovels outside the wheels. With
this attachment one machine will mark
four rows at a time- the inside Shovels
are taken off when the outside Shovels
are attached and, in the same way, the
Shovels can be run in the centre of four
rows, thus throwing the dirt up towards
young corn and bafiling all moles and
gophers in the centre of the rows- With
this attachment one man can easily mark
off from 30 to 40 acres a day, and run
through the same amount of ground in
the centre of the rows in a day. The
rame for the outside Shovels can, in a
few minutes be put on or taken off. The
rame to which the centre Shovels are
attached is lifted out and the ShoveU at
tached to the outside frame, leaving the
draft of the Plow ihe same in both in
stances. Mr. Morgan has applied for a patent.
No farmer who sees this can doubt the
great advantage if this new itiventip.n.
a complete Series of Text Books for
Loiumnt) brnnols are kept constantly on
I hand by Marsh &. Co., p.t the Post office.
The attention f School Teachers is es
ptcially invited to their list of School
Houks. Thi.-Seriec of Books has been
officially recommended and are in use 3
in New York, Illinois, Michigan, Mass
achusetts, New Jer ey. Pennsylvania,
Ohio. Indiana. Wisconsin, Vermont. New
Hampshire, Iowa and uniform, lfiey,
at 1 1 1 '
nave also been recommended oy tne
principal B -. ards of Education through
out the Territory. 20. 4i-
, ....... -r
Left his home, id Hendrix's Precinct,
Otoe county. Neb., on New Year's Day,
for Brovvnvilie, Neb., Leonard W. Voch
ner; since which lima nothing has been
heard of him. He is about 5 feel 6
inches high, black eyes and hair, round
shoulders, quiet and unobtrusive in his
manner ; about 30 years of age. Had
on when he left a fur cap, round cut black
sack coat, a red cemfort round his neck,
and an army overcoat with him. He
rode a fine bay mare, about fifteen hands
h'igh, black mane and tail, Uit hind fet
lock white, about 6 years old ; he had on
the mare a new quilled saddle and new
bridle. His friends are very anxious about him
and any information of his whereabouts
will be' thankfully received if directed lo
Joseph Sands, Nebraska City, Neb.
JCSfTerritorial and N. W. Missouri
papers will confer a favor by copying.
Conclusion oj the Veto Message
people is neceary to secure a willing
acquiescence in legislation.
The bill under consideration refers to
certain of the States as though they had
not been fully restored to the UniteJ
S ates. If they have not, letusatome
act together to secure lhat desirable end
at the earliest possible moment. It is
hardly necesary for me to in o ia Con
gres that in my own judgmen- m st of
thete Slates so far at leat as depend
upon their own acinn.-fiave already kta
fully rei6red. and are to be deemed io
bi ''d to enjoy their cms tu Mual
ivriit as tnmoers u the Union.
onif.ir from ha- a',a
- . . l . I I
m the mc 'm! M'uan.xi ot ihi coiniry.
i rT-ei not only en'nNd ' fut bomd to as-
some thv wall the t rubral co-.irts r;-to'
ed in thj several Statas. and in ihe full
exercise of their func ions. will, with the
aid of th military in cases of resist tir;e
to the law, be essentially protected a
gainst ur;ccnsiiiuticnal infringement and
violation. Should this expectation un
happily fail, which I do not anticipate,
then the Executive is already armed
with the powers conferred by the act of
March 1SG5. establishing the Freedmen's
Bureau, apc hereafter, as heretofore," he
can emp'oy tl;e laud and navrJ forces of
the country to suppress insurrection and
to overcome obstructions to the laws.
I return the bill to the Senate in the
earnest hope that a measure Involving
questions and interests so important to
t?ie country will not b2Comea law, unless
upon deliberate consideration by the peo
ple it should receive the sanction of an
enlightened public judgment.
ANDREW JOHNSON. .
One of the most heahhys ports of the
present age is skating. Bat too much,
care cannot te used after skating all the
eveuing--ge(ting the blood heated and
the pores all open, that you do not get
cold and lay the foundation of throat and
Ijng complaints. Coc'a Cough Balsam
will be found excellent in all such cases,
We ay, keep it ia the house, ready for
immediate use. -
Coe's Dyspepsia Cure is also one of
the beast remedies in las world for Eys
pepsia Indigestion, Sick-Headache, Sour
Stomach, and all diseases of the
stomach and bowels.
& Jawuary 17th, 1SG6.
Messrs. Morgan ft Ieicetl: Dear Sir.i:
Yours of the i0ih Dec, duly received
and contents noted.
I am pleased to hear that you have
commenced work on your plows and hope
you will be able ta supply the spring de
mand. In refference to the price of the Plows
in Illinois it is the same as I stated at
the outset, they run as follows: For the
Gang Plows alone, 75,00 at the Shop;
for Trench Plows, $75,00 at the Shop ;
for the Subsoil Plow S75.00 at the Shop.
For Gang and Trench combined. S105
for Gang1, Trench and Subsoil, combined
SI 18,00. These are the prices at all pla
ces where our Plows are made. The
purchasers paying the freight.
Now for the Trench Plows, I said they
were fully used for breaking the prairie
which is true to the letter, and it has
been a complete success in Nebraska, du
ring the past season. Mr. Yager, living
near Nebraska City broke prairie last
springAvith one of our Trench Plows.took
Brown's corn planter and planted it which
was ell he done, and gathered this fall 75
bushels of corn to the acre.
I could give you hundreds of su ch in
stances of sod breaking in Illinois, if it
was necessary, but you can get plenty of
evidence on the subject nearer home.
L3t me give you a few references in
your own Territory, ;
Mr. Yager, - Nabraika Cito,
Mr. S. Higgins, ,, ,',
Mr. C. Hickose, -
Mr. Harvey Jfiers, . t,
Mr. Thomas McRavey Sonora, Mo.
Mr. Louis B. Elper, Rockport. o.
All of whom will testify to the util
ity of the Trench Plows as a great im
provement over alt other plow for break
The great beauty in using them is the
cerlainly of a g4Jod Crop, the first season
and lhat wilbout any work hut lhe break-
ing and planting. am not surprised at
the farmers snpposing the Trench Plow
useless, but if you will let them see the
use they are in raw land next spring,
you will get orders faster than you can
make them in 1S67.
I am most Respectflly Yours4
.. - R. V. BLACK. v
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5 m To ci
tr. fc- -s J
t-i j -j
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Wc bnv jait reecirpti our first lot .f freth SceJ
nnd can furiiish it by ihe pound or tiuhrl. at the
l.we?t market prKC Wuu id aJrie thoo in want
to correspond with us before urc!;asiDj of other
FLAM & BROTHER,
2ra. M. LOUIS, Ho.
Ameri Pud J, P 'ff,
T, ) Btfor
Bt fore R. V. Ilpirep, J.
On the 8th d'- -f Febrairy. A. U. ISoo, aiJ
Justice i'sui-dn . Of tef'f Attucbment in theaboTe
sction for tha cum at" iixt Vrfour d.l!r d fiftj
cents. AMERI A IODI)..
Drownville, JT. T., Feb. 12tb, 1855. 2l-3t-i.Ua
U RO W'X V 1 LLE. NEBRASKA
Call it the attention of Gentlemen desiring ne. Lei
ervicnble snd fashiotiMEie
HEW STOCK OF GOODS.
BROAD CLOTHS, CASSIMKRS, TBSTIXG3
OF THE VERY LJ7F.ST STYLE
VTbich bo will sell or m&kenp, to order, at ouprect
dented low price. nrins cn hand one ol
SlXpfiK'S SEWIXG MACHINES,
ho it bl to do Custom work at rates that ietj compo
- I warrant icy work,
Hand a wrell as Machine Worli.
Those wishlnsr any tbln? la his line will do well to
eall an l examine his stock before Investing, aa he
pledges himself to bold out peculiarly faTorible to
January lit l?5p'd to Oct. 16ti 1865, -
MORGAN & HEWETT.
Respectfully announce to the public that they
are manufacturing tb
LEEPER & KIDDER RID1XG PLOW
We have theexctusire ri'ut to the manufacture
and rale of these plowi in this Territory and ad
inning counties of Missouri, and intend to supply
all demands so far as p.acticable.
It is conceded by all who bare tested the Leeper
& Kidder CultiTatorj that t is superior to ali
others, in the following respects i
1st. The plowoiaocao ride easier and plow with
2nd. Any person who can, drire a team can man
3d. Crooked rown of eora are plowed as easily
and thoroughly ns straight ones, the plowman sit
ting so as to observe in corn, aud, see H the work
is well done.
4th. U is guided bj a perfectly natural and easy
foot motioc, and does' at cramp or tire the plow
man. 5th. The plow, while ia motion; is 'moved with
perfect efse. . . .. .
Alb. The shot els may be adjusted to any depth,.
and any desired space between them ia easily ob
7th. It has adjustable tbields to prevent young
corn from being covered.
bth, It is admirably adapted to plbwmgln small
Lvery cultivator is well made, of good material,
and warranted to do good wora; ,
He refer to the following named persons, who
last year bought and used the cultivator manufac
tured by Morgan & Aload, in Atchison county, Mis
A. J. Richardson, Ijemaha count, Nebraska.
Sedoras, do do do
WW Tate, do Uo do
T J Robinson, do do do
Mr Uigssby, do do do
A Uot-nbeit, Richardson, do , eta .
Shoemaker A Co do do d,o
Ji-ssee Crook d'a do do
J U yatingly Gage do do
J ii Parker, Ate ison county, Missouri.
John Van Meter do ' ' do da
do ; do
dot"-; - do ; . " i ;
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do do ' j
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do ' - do j
do . do
do ' . .-do ;
do - - do
do ' do .
do . do
do . do
do - ' do '
M J Porter do
A S Campbell do
W U Vauloven do
Jobn Harder do
David liertrand do
Jjiiob Jaliawenny do
Andrew Buck do
MrCristy do I
W C Morgan do
Wm May . do
W T Uobinson do
Moses Tibbttts do
Stephen Clajion do
O W Woohey do
Mr Terrell do
Mr McDonald do"
Mr Burnett do
A Ililliuan d
Mr Turner .. . do f.
MrLanglr ' do
l nomas Arnold do
Ut)d t4 H -trmmv o "
May &, Lahue do
Rennet King do
V Darnhurst '. do :
S C W'oikIs do
O Y -Smith do
Phillip Walters do
II H r)oven do
J C Miller : do
A Morgan Kodoway
U V llaler do
R B Casey do
Mrs S'jbuvler do
J R B ad l ord do
L A Rogers do
T J R-gers do
J 11 Viker do
J SB.i.-ford do
Mr "rocker ' do
J D Knock do
M Fisber Uolt
John Tidgen . do
Wm Hickman do '.
I) Thompson do
THE GANG, TRENCH,
Have been Designed Especially
to Sleet tlic lVants oi Farmers.
JOne man abd fanr Iionss can 4 more Work,
and" d'j it better, with f his plow than two ma a
with two disconnected plows. -
idc roriQVTrr.g ara fomq of ths adva.nt2f tl
Flows have over others : ' -
1st. Thev are so arranged tb t they caniio rite
cut of the ground when striking a sod or hard
place, inuripg thorough woik.
2nd They ure the UghJest draft of any flow,
either ngje or double, according to the report of
: he Committee cf Trial of Implements, at Dtcaiur,
IU.. Septemver, 183.
3d. They are more easily managed ; any stout
boy ten years old can manage them.
4th. Tbey aro "more compact and aid simple,
therefore not eo liable togt out of order. ; .
" . -r o1 5-" ' ' ' , :'-!" :. !
These' I-lows liaTe taken. Five
First Premiums at the Illinois
Slate Fairs, and Four at .
Iowa Mate Fairs.
The Trench Plows are nscd for breaking Prairie,
or Mcdow land, with s od Plow ia front, catting
the sod in a thirl lice, and 'turning it down into
deep firrow. and the rear plow raising the sub-soil
to the surface, covers the sod completely, so that.it
is out of tho way of afteY culture.
&f"Wo ill promptly fill all orders for thaabeve
named pjows at Jhis pla;e,
We are also prepared to do Custom Work in
Wood and Iron, n onytbing pertaining to the
- OR - -
Kepairiug Wagons;Mach'mery,Shoe iig,&c.
Ptotnpt attention given to Customers in this line
at the Shops fronting ' . -
COGSWELL'S LITERY STABLE,
x-15 OX TUB LIVEE.
Lyon's Periodical Drops.
THE GREAT FEMALE REME
DY FOR IR REGULARITIES.
Tbeae Prors are a scientifically eotapoun ieJ flalJ
preparation, and better that any fills, Powder, or
Nostinais. Being lijuid, their actioa is direct an4
positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and cer
tain specific tor the core ct all obstracUeu anl sup
pressions of nature Their popularity Is indicated by
the fact that ever 1M COft bc ttles are annually sold
and consumed bv the ladiss of the United States, eve
ry one cf whom apeak In the Strangest terms of praise
of their great merits. They are rapiaiy talcing the
place of every otbc Female Remedy, and are coasid
ered by atl who know aught of them, as thesurett. sa
fest. and most infaltiable preparation in the world.
for tha core of all female complaints, the removal of
all obstructions of nature, and the promotion of health
regularity and strength. Kxplicit dnectiona stating
when they may be nted, and explaining when and why
tbey should net, nor could not be used without prod a
cin; effects contrary to nature's chosen laws, will be
found carefully folded around each bottle, with the
written signature ol Jobs L. Lyox, without which
none are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LTOK. 195 Chapel Street,
New Haven, Cunn.. who can Ue consulted either per
aonally, or by mail, (enclosing stamp ) concerning all
private diseases aud female weakness. Price $l,6o
Sold by Druggists everywhere - -
C. G.CLAKK &CO.,
GenM J;enti for U. S. and Cnala
'9 llins Bros. St. Luis. 1 Wholesale
(' llek, Fixch &. Fuller, Chicago, j Agents
Iecemb3r7th 1865. ly. lo-12 11-12 ld,nn, jsw
CAEA? CASH ST0R4
Main Street between First, and Second.
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
WE have In stnre a large and well selected stock of
Boots and Shqes,
Finest Quality of Winter Stock,-. '
WHICH HE OFFERS FOB SALS
CHEAP FOR CASH
Groceries of Every Kind,
Sugar, - Coffee,
All of which he offers at the lowert prices, deter
mined not to be undersold.
Brawcisrille, Neb., lx-39.6m.7,50
STRAY HOGS Taken up by th&
undersigned, living near Loig's Bridge in Nemaha
County, Nebraska, on the 5th day of February,18o8
Two spotted Ilogserop off the right ear, one white
Boar and one spotted Boar with no marks,
)!?Brownville March 1st 18&5 ';
23 - B1. . BATTLDWIN.
Taken npby .he under sngned living neaf Pern,
Nemaha County, Nebraska, en the 30th day of
January, 1866, one dark bay hcrse colt. 2 years
old. 22-pd J.H.STITES.
Takin np by the undersigned on his premises in
Lafayette Precinct, Nemaha county, Jiebraska. on
the 2Qth day of Deo. 1865. one light red steer, line
back with a, wh ite spot on each hind quarter, head
and neck red, thfrie yeais o!3. The owner of this
property will please call, prove property, pay ehargei
and take itaw:y. JAMES MURPHY.
no20-5t p f,dndue J1.0.
Taken up by the undersigned living one mile
above Long's Bridge on the Nemaha, in Nemaha
county, Neb., on the 20th day of January, 1866,
one deep red Steer, wmte on tne oeiiy,uroop norns,
crop off the right ear, bush of tail white, about
three years old last Spring. JOHN SPIDLE.
n20-5t due f,nn
Taken op by the nnderaignedj living one mile
above Long's Bridge on the Nemaha, in Netnaha
county. Neb. on the 2flth day of January, 1866,
One deep red Steer with white cn the belly, droop
horns. b-ish of-tail white. VrtlTPmiV
last Spring. - JOHN SPIDLE.
n20-5t-du ; .
FINAITCIAL CRISIS !
compel us to sell
In the coarse of Six Jlonths
Watclies, Clocks, Chains, lla.
mond Kings, Pianosj,3IcIo
deons, Scwingr Slachines,
ALL TO BE DISPOSED OF AT
Ono 33ollar ZZfetoli.
Without regart to value ! And not to be
paid lor until you know what
are to receive.
j2T" After receiving the article, if it
does not please you, you can
return it and your mon
y well be re
The Stock Coniprises amongst articles. Splendid
Clucks, Gold and Silver Hatches, Ring set with
Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, Garnet and ofher Stones
(solitaire and in clusters. Ladies sets of Jewelry,
comprising Pins and Ear Ring of the most fashion
able styles, se in Precious Stones of every variety,
together with a large assortment of Gold and En
amelled and Pearl S,c.ts Gold Studs and Sleeve
Buttons of the beautiful patterns, Gents Bosom and
Scarf Pins, and an endless variety of BraeletlS,
In conseqqenpe of the great stagnation of trade
in tho Manufacturing districts of France find Eng
land, a large qoantity.of valuable Jewelry, origin
ally intended for the European market, ba been
sent off fpr sale in this country, and mast be sold at
any encriflcc? Under these circumstances the
"WATCH A GOLD JEWELRY CO." have resolv
ed upon. '
SUbiect to iYim t oiUwing regsUtinnaf
Certificates naming each article and i 7aI-U8
are plaeed l i SKALed KSVELO?3, which are well
mixed. Otio nr ibese Envelope, containing the Cer
tiflcateor Order for some Article, will be deliTered
at our office, or ent b mail to any address, without
rrcard to t h i e, on receipt ot 25 Cents.
On receiving the Ceriicate tbe purchaser will see
what Article it dratat, and its value, andean then send
One Dollar and receive tne Article named, or can
choofe cny other one Article on our List of the same
' SEND 25 CENTS FOR A CERTIFICATE.
In all tra reactions by mail, we shall charge - for
forwarding the certificate?, paying postage acd do
ing tbe busicoss 23 cents each, which must le en
closed when tbe certificate is sent. Fve ceriifi'atcs
for SI, eleven $2 30 for 9)5, 65 for 510 and ISO fof
Agents. We want agents In every town a. id
county in the country, and those actio;? as such
jyill be allo-vcd left cents on cVcry Certificate or
dered by them provided their remittence amounts
tnl. Ag. nts will collect 2i cents for every cer
tificate, and remit 15 cents to us, either in cash or
postage Ftamps, Agents remitting at ontfe $30,will
be entitled to a beautiful SUvor Watch, and also
2U0 certificates. . - - -
Plea.e write your Name, Town, County
State plainly, and ailreti all orders to
Watch and gold jewelry co.
35 Liberty St New York.
Do Yon Wish tp be Cured ?
Put not the ppisoped chalice to your lips,
.Aor Dent trill be the fate o hini who sips ; '
Rut take the herbs in freshness frora, the field,
And to the potent roots disease will yield.
Old thB UCnAFS English Specific Pills cure,
in less an thirty days, the worst cae of Xcrooui
ne$9, Impotency, Premature Decay, Seminal Weak
nos, Insanity, and Urmarv. Sexual or JVerroita
Affecti'tns. no matter from what cause produced.
Price One Dollar per box. Sent postpaid, bv mail
on receipt of an crder. Address JAMES S. BUTLER
423 Uroadway, Jeic tori.
P. S. Descriptive Circular sent free on acclic!
ties. Addrws asaheve. 8 woekt
f n r n
n L if! ill inn li !Um
0a hand at Ills Store Rooms,
Ha has, and will constantly kesp on hand, a complete assertmsnt cf Dry Cool, Grocer! , H jcti aai
Shoes, Hats and Caps, Cutlery, Glassware, Queeniware, Hardware, Crockery Ware Wixidci Y.'ara,
Willow Ware, and all kinds of ware usually kept in a fint-clasa Retail Store, that will out wx any
Ware that can be bought anywhere.
TER2J3: DQV7IT TOIL CAGI1 t
Eavlng'just hpugh,! out the entire establishment, it becomes ticcesjiry to collect all debts dae the
old firm : to that end I hereby gi'x? notice that all accounts due the firm of J. Berry & Co., UDpaid by
thelrtdayof March, 1868, wiil be placed in the hands of an oS:cr for collection?.
January 1st, 1305. ly JAMES RUT.
L' i (( Z 7 1 1 w. (i t) W-7 H U I ( t
"W H O L E S. A L
S -fc - J O S3
WoalJ call the attemioo of DEALEP.3 immense lock c?
Oras ana Medicines, SchofpoKS,
Patent Medicines, muNv"iM!, Dn
v Glass and Glassware; Yirltins Pper,
' v F ints nd Oils, Envelopes .
Spices and Dye-staffs, Coal Oil ndL w.
Pare Wipes, Llranors, Sc., &c
Wblh wef oufht fotcash of Manufacturers, Importers and Publishers, and -ill be soU at the raos
fiiralteirieei. f Buying ia large quantities from first hands, they are enabled ta oH extra induce.
m.t3 to the trade.
tUt Tbey are the North-western Wholesale Agents or Ur. V. Jayne aoa, ani oi ur..
j02mjj C. Ajre k po., and oan furnish their Medicines in any quantities. 0
FOR THE MIWQA'I
TEX IirXDRED TIIOt'SApn!
All can be suited in the I
" 4ust received at tha r ,
Main Street, Brownviile, Nebraska, i
AliKindPatterDiand Stjlei. ETerythias ia tip
. Line best quality - -
Boots, Shoes, Woo 'en and
Best brands. Dried and Canned
Nails, Glass, Sash, Queeng
" ware. ; :
-L'Euinm of tf:erfcert4er Dsaa Sia: With
your poLmi;iion, I wish to say to tbe readers of
your Paper, that ! will senJ, by mail, to su woo
wuh i , free a Recipe, with fall directions for
making and using a simple Vegetable 15a !m, that
wiil efi'ectually retnove,ia ten days,Pimcles,Biotch
es, Tan. Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin,
having the sams soft, clear, smooth and beautiful.
I will also mail free to tho?e having Bald Heads,
or Bare Faces, simple directions and information
that will enable them to start a full growth of Lox
urant IJair, Whiskers, or a mustache, in less than
thirty days. -
All applications answered ly return mail with
out charge. Respectfully Yours.-
TllOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist.
10 a. Ac.3mon. ,831 Uroadway, New-York.
JyThe LuJerigne4 haying been restored to
Health in a few weekjby a very simple remedy, af
ter having suffered several years with a severe long
affection, and that dread disease, Cousumption is
anxious to maae Known toh:s lellew-sufferers the
means of cure.
To all who de?ire it, he will sen J atfopof the pre
scription used (free of charge,) with, tbe directions
for preparing and using tbe nme, which they will
find SURE CURE FOIl CONSUMPTION, ASTH
MA, BRONCHITIS, Ac. The only object of the
dirertj;er in sending tho Prescription is to benefit
the aSicted, and spread informafTon which he con
selves to be invalaahls, and be hopes every sufferer
willtry bis"remiy,&it will cost them nothing, and
nay prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please address
Rev.EDWAPJ) A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
Txv fi r
I ,S -i
I ' t i
'. ! (
1 ' r
Mala St., EroninHle, Xeljraslca.
ITCH! ITCH I ITCH!
Eipratci t ' Scratch I Scratch 1
wiu care tne lien ia
48 HOURS !
It cures the Prairia Itch, Wa
ash Scratches, Salt Rheum,
CO A7 Jlcers, Chilblains, and all Lrop-
Uons of the bia
ipIUCU 50 CSIJT3.
Bewura of Lntlnnt and Washes which will not
remove thediseaso. By sending fiOcts to COLLINS
BliU'S,(Airents for the Soutb-xv e?t.) . xv Vor.
2d A Vine Streets, St. Louis, Mo., it will be for
warded by mail, frre of Postage, to any part of the
WEEKS 4 POTTER, Bost. Mass., Propristor?
-t Trom WILLIAMS' ADVERTISING AST) PATEXl
k AGENCT, 91 Cnntnut St., St. Louis, Mo.
Eyery Lady and GeftL'eman should tsa
rot tm C ; 11 A WLEY8 " roi rm
T ttnr rvl w rn is art
rendnr the teeth sound acJ of a pearly whitenesf
ahd tbe gums bealtby and strong, ani i tbe most
l!nt in.l rrrfonja of all toilet aD?eniajos.
Sold by all Druggists at 23 cents a package and
sent by mail postage pud oy k,vju..? u
ERSr S. V. Cor. 2d A Vine Streew, St. Louis, ilo.
on receipt of 33
Jan. 4th Ora iu-i c.an.
9 - mvm
The undersigned keep on hand alsrje tssotaBenl
SATTIUET&e SSIMERE SUITS
For Men and Boy's wear. A!;o,a larje stock of
HATS JsJJD CAPS,
liMu & wooHi siiinTS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Rnrjl) pr Cots, Legglns & Blrtn!icls4
UMBRELLAS AND CARPET BAGS,
Gent's Fnrnisliing Goods
. Of all kiDds which ?ro will sell :
CHEAP F O li CASH
We purchased our goods since the do
clin9 in tbe Markets and will sell atlo?
figures. ATKINSON & CO.
April 13th, 1355, . 9-33-1)
' Notice is hereby given th3t tbe Probate Coartof
Nemaha Ceuaty. Nebraska Territory hi3 appoin
ted the 8th day tf July, and tbe 13:a djy cf Aa
pnst, A.D. 18S3 at tea o'clock A. 11, at the Court
Room ia Brownville, to eiamiae end a'.io claims
against the estate of Oorsey C. Chamber?, deceased;
at which iimesand pn;e all pcrjons having such
claims are reqiired to present then or tiey will he
fr) YT r
iD Z) L Vw tl)
Dated this Febrnarv,23ta l .T,i
22-41 e,nn AJministr&tcr cf ,id estate.
Uleetlns of Sc2iooX Kxahilncrs.
Notice is hereby given that tbe Loard cf Schoo
Examiners of Necr-ha County, Nebraska, will ho'd
meetings for ti;a Esaminatioa cf Teachers for
said County,-at the office of E. W. Taom?,
in Erowcviiie, on thi 1j; Saturday ii every mon th,'
between tS benrs of one and 3 t. M. Apyl'-'auU
for certiSeatei ar required to to preser.sai ore
vVclo;k. precisely, or they will not be e;i -ici.
Nope;'i'oa aoed apply at asy other ti 3.'
Ey cfdar cf the
April 1st, ;"ry
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