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WM. HALL & SON,.'" 1 Hannibal & St. " Jos Dpi
EOAT PRINCE & COS
B L M B OLD.
5431 e no ad way 543;
AGCTS for tbc CE LEO II AT CD
New Patent Piano Forts.
t Triiich are creating be rreatest sen&a'ion In the ran
'.....I ...rH .rM ti.v rrrir,t the hUbest testimony
All from all' the Wada artifU ra tbecoontrT, anions
bom are :
I.. M GOTTSCfTALt, THEODORE E1SFELT,.
WM. TTENRT FRY, XAIMABKII
n. stb.acjlosch. wt. mason.
. HERMAO A WOLLENHAUPT.
The late PAIR of the American Institute,
feeJd In New TorK City, October, they were
FIRST PREMIUM GQLD MEDAL !
Best Piano-Forto on EzMbiticn !
era. a. piuxce & co.'S
Mclodcons, Automatic and Scholl
UuiMmrAri ind I rvnurterii or
. t t iv- PrnruffVM WaRRAXTEO fur De TC1"
'" FLUTES, -BAKJOS, . .TIOUXS .. Cf lTAES,
.n .11 f units a.nd other ML'SICaL iDstrn-
Va W v
Special attention paid to furnishing EBAS3 Instru
ment tor BASkUS..
PUBLISHERS OF SIEEIMUSIC
.-wi.sJ TTTT! VP-TfTTE a naw collec
.. .r,i. t .r a. m Rniwuin&i Service, for opening
--m iTir,ntri. Untie Societies. C lasses.
IUU WlUtlii w -f -
and for the 8ocial Circle, ty ViRGAl. C. TAVLoa
Price Board, bo cents, ctoia .
- BASSINFS 20 Melodic Exercises,
In form of Solfemio's for Soprano and Meize Doprano
Voices, Intended stuniea 10 acunc yiv. .
..t iinc nr. hr carlo Blsum. luiuur.
alnjing, and Baritone. In two bjoka, Price, each $2,60.
A collection of FVe Fl-ger.cU ird, and Scale passage
fot speedily developing ibe muscle or the fingers, anc"
...ni.uihii itnrrM rr flxibiiitT. Independence and
. Tolobtaty, which are so IndispenFible U a good per
formance on the Piauo- Torte, by FaaNcu K. Bro wk
Kew Edition, Popila First Primer, fcy FRAKCli D.
BaowH, Author of Pride, Minnehaha, & Ue.itstlon
roitaa, .c, rnce owcenva.
Cat thy Burden on the Lord,' with Sopora
no, Contralto or Tenor Soloa, and Quartette,
Hnixi fiom Rottschalk. SlnmberSanz. by
W. t. Baasford. Price 35 cts.
A Holy calm, A Peace Dirlne.' compnion
m svet Snirit Lear mr crarer.' by T.
Vinr ent Wal lace. Price 35 cU
'fjord i My God. I Long to a now 151st
TT.mn inni at Grmc church. camDOSftd
br Bralne Walsh Price S5 cts.
tfvRni in Tivn' words tT Spencer W,
Coue, Price 35 cU,
'M w nnir brothers Sonr and Chorus, ct At
E-eller. Price S5 cts
Oh ! Write Me a song of my Father,' Song
and rhnruH. as snnir at Wood's Minstrels,
comcosed brC" Heurr Price S5 cts
'A word or thine ' lUlladhy E. J. Fltihuph Price J cts
Give me th s Moonlight Honrs,' Dnett.for
ra Kouranos.vr SoDrano and Tenor.br K-
Zl "irkhnrst Price 35 cts
Tespcr r, Tnett, fo two Sopranos, or
Teucrsby -.nanif i ;
grayer at Sea, nr,mmIce m fo .. . Kfl
Price 40 cts
.c "nsKc Price 60 cts
'Attends Moi,. (WaitXo rme ) by C FrM1 Trice 60cts
Sols MoI, (Follow me ) hy A . Berastein, : te toC'E
'Water-Kail, and Sea Breeze,' Gallops, by
Paul steiunaRen pric
Xonllng Dew,' Lincers, by A. Bernsteii
"Wedding Lance.s,' by Paul Steinhagen .
'Angel, of Dream,' Ballad, by M. Kellor
Iove.a limitation.' bait an by F.OB Hoi
oruing Dew lancers. bT A. Bernsteia Prke40cis
:rrice u 11
TTniiljtr XS rt .
'Algerian Polka,' bt Mrs. K A Harkhurst Price 35 cti
'Evening Shadows,' Noctnrne E J Fitxhngh " .15 cti
I'm Longing ior wee Guards waltz, as sung ,,, ,.
by L'dleParepa, ' Price 35 ce
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT given to the Trade
VUHi vuvj mICI EJ WCm) a V VBCUl aut jvuuv i avsv v
aic sent by mailt pokt -paid, on receipt or the marked
iTftf ... T. Trr . v c. Dtif
January 10th 1S6S 643 Broadway, Kew Tork
OR TONIC SCHNAPPS.
Tliia purely medicinal Eeverss-e possossea proper
tit that will not til to rtlieve and cure, when used
as an ordinary beverage, the following Ueairca :
Acute or CURCXIC EI1EC1IATISM, GOUT, GRAV
XL, DSOrST.XIPXir: AJTECTIOXS, DISEASES
OP THE BLAD3Xa,C0UC,LYrEPSIA,DISEAES
Of THE rHIXALT CnGAJ-ta; m.-Ues or female
losa of VITAL EXEHGT, or CEXEEAL DEEIL
ITT. It is equally good for the old and young, and
will soon be in every family in the land. It is cn
Lte any Eeverape ever before offered to the American
public, and will hare Its friends in every household.
It Is a wholesome, invigorating tonic, and is tst
superseding the many unwholesome Utters that are
ow being palmed off upon the public.
This Coverage is known to, and is recommendod
ky the hihctt medical authorities, and only requires
a trial, (as a General Beverage,) to be appreciated
and used by the whole civilized world. The proprie
tors Lave sncceodt-d in combining, in this article, an
ngrecaHe TONIC, STIMULANT, and DIURETIC;
that wUl be acceptable to everybody. Try it 1 and be
convinced of its efficacy. '
I VANBUSKIim r nENRY,
fiO State Street,
! CHICAGO, ILL, .
SOLE rHOrEIZTOnS &r the United States and
Canada, ... . ..
ATSold by an DRUGGISTS,-GLOCERS, and
GLEBALi DEALERS throughout the country.
Oct 26 1665 10-6
. fTMIE unexaniDlad ranliEtr with which tha tnbli
JL appreciated the great value of this invention has
induced others to imitate our boxes and labels so as
. to enable them to sell their Inferior goods for the
HOLD ED COLLAR.
' The genuine CRAY'S COLLAR is designated ly
two names only: "NoTOTT," for the turn-down, and
"Zckzhx," for the stand-up style; tbey are put u.
in bine boxes, and manufactured by the American
Lidded Collar Compasy, of Boston, who have
adopted the above words as Bia iiuhuu
. Thii Is the original and only patented
collar molded to fit the neck, and with the
eps.ee for the crarat in the turn-down style.
Consumers will also- notice OTJX FRIT ATE
. TRADE-MARK on each genuine box of Gray's Cow
lars, (see faomii)e at head of this advertisement)
, and the words " Gray's Pat. Holded Co liar,"
with date of patent, on each genuine collar,
Hatch f Johnson 0 Co.,
. Importers of Men's FtirakLing Goods, 81 Jem
hire Street, Boston, and 31 Warren St.
Xetc Tork, Selling Agent A. M. C Co.
Th Trade snppliwl at Boston raids IT
A. rHAIIIEI7THAIjL 25 BPwO.
HEN'S FUmilSHINQ GOODS,
7t 6 KArth Ilaiia Street.
10-II-2tn.fo,rin. b. .&co..
1'Fowirvix.tE, Keb Dec. 21st, 1SC5.
rVL-rCTiti:-.3 totte Erowsville, lecitniffh, B
, e iM j.-.ccdy P.oad Company si requested to
JO-M U CAKSOX, -li-Ir
(9iVr J(9 URI RIVER.
T: PufVuti f lijriiiihs. and ht. Jcseiih
TL R Line) leave Omaha, Coancil B!u, t1atts
mouth, ebrak8,Ulty, urownfine ana luiermeui
&te points Tut S. Joseph, connecting t St Joseph
with trains on Hannibal and St. Joseph R.B., lear
ine St Joseph 11-50 P. M.,arrmn at
QUIXCY, CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS
1 in anrl artr fitv tilth, daily and close i..nnM-
tions from St Joseph to Atchison, Weston, le&rtm
worth, Wjahdotte, Kansas City, Lawrence, Topeka,
-c.,via Tlatte Coantry K. R. and steamer Eilie
(U. & St. Jo. U. It. Lme-l Leare rH Josepn
A. M., Iearenworth 8.00 A.X., Wyandltte I.00 A
TIIS0UGH TICKETS EQE SALE
ci'l Bluffs, E.C. Lewis, riatts mouth, E. S.Uawley,
t . - 1 f'. a TM (kAn tiAata an1 cor
ClIili:KA VIVJT. AU Jr bUiVU4 i-te.fc.Vi.J a.uw w
ExtensiTe repairs on the IIakmbal rT. jo-
;. anil H.litirinal rnll-
ing stack enable tbem to offer thee important chan
ges tO ISCliltaie TBATKL KT TBI a KUITS.
U. W. Mlit ueoeral apelnUJnan.
P Tl Hmir. Crnrrnl Tirkot A pent.
H II. Col rtright, GenT Freight Agent. :
Cirr. Rrrrs Fou. Surerintendent Packet
1 inninai. mil.
Lines.M. Joeepn, io.
THEO. HILL, Ag't, lirownrille.
THE GREATEST REMEDY KNffVTN
FOR ACHES AXD PAINS.
This invaluable preparation only needs trtal to i
recommend it-lf to every household in ,the lani
1. . 1 r 11 si wars aeen ft on hand
1 ie one uo" j v -
sptiiiKtibe time of need. IU effecU are wonderful. It
r is riva Hixutxs.
xs nil mscTE.
ni Te klmtrs. j is A tit huc4.
rc Tliroat, Rbeumatlim, Lam
-Xit, Corns, Bunions, llrnlses,
Scalds Catt gpralsts,' Bunis etc
It Is a palpnble fact that very person is more or
lew liable to diaeae, and Injury by accidcnt,and iu .
such cases a remedy is uetgaai y furthermore a
CO tl "ouicdy is the ouly one WMrth having, and the
mi-rit if the mediciue is of far greater importance
tlixti the price. Deware of cheap mrAicj,ie. Tbs .
)i'ert pric?d remoilies are necesiarily made of the
.rairr8t qnality of drugs, and are not tnlyterly .
li-eliTU but aie positively injurious tothehntaao '
rvrtt-ni Tlierefora alwavs pet the best prepar
iUi. TJse HAMLIN'S WIZARD OIL, and a fair
trUI will convince yon that it is the grutleA Pain
1LLU.lt in the vwUL Sold bt aix Devggists.
ritICE-50 and 75 cents per bottle.
Trarcllng Agcnlt WarUnd, crJ Stamp for Circular
J . A. II A M LIN & BKO , Proprietors.
- 76 RAXnoLrH Stxxct, Chicago.
x-8-ly-fr,nn - -
0 TO DH. DIGELOV!.
AXD SOT SUFFER that horriW flseas
to tsstet) h poisonous fanp ln your -siein,
tlisflmirinff vrmr f;r nd body. ldd des-
trvviug voiir futtw hapi'ine8 and proHccU
.m r,f iaas made
PBIVATE DISKA8ES ;
j Lis "pedal study for twentr years, and Is
tbcrrfore the prowr person a-hohi all s"il)otfd
jT -Vnitn Clx-k n'.TTvt, Chicago, lliiuoia, where
' ' f . 1 ias LocUr may be consulted In wrrun from
t 4. X. UuUI 8 r. tt. All tommunicationt Cvntidi-rUtaL
Itoonis searate. DT Send red stain p for my "Journal
sit iivaliU." paulished monthly and mzA to any adUrssa.
t v , moil :
BRON VILLE to ST.. JOE,
BEOWNVILLE to NECRiSKA CITY
COUNCIL BLUFFS and 0HAIIA.
The undersigned has made arrangements to rua
a Tri-Weekly Line of Coachss from the Missouri
River opposite UrownriMe to Rockport, there con
necting; with the Daily Line of Coaches for Savan
nah, St. Joseph , and all points South, also, con
necting with line of Stages for Nebraska City,
Omaha and Council Bluffs.
Passengers by this route can rest assured that
they will meet with no delay, as we are fully pre
pared to carry all pajsensrers that may apply.
Stages will leave the Kiver opposite Brownvill
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 12 M.
II. E. FROST, Proprietor.
3 1 AI1S II &, CO., Agents,
At P. 0., Brownville, Nebraska. xl-3
$10 A DAY EASY MADE $10
By sellirg Engravings, Card Photographs and
Stationary Our Stationary Packots excells all oth
er! ; each Package contains Pup er, Envelopes. Pens
Peneils, fc, and jewelry worth a doHarat retail.
Prioeonly30 Cents we ui ent Agent 100
Stationary Packages and a Silver Watch warth $17
We also puWUh eplendid Steel Engraviags and
Portraits, Lithograph Prints, tDt very popular and
saleable. 'Will send a fine assortment of 100 FOB
$15,00 that will realize fifty dollars, or a ten dollar
lot that will sell for Thirty Dollars or over. Will
send a sample lot for Five Dollars that will sell for
Send Stamp for Catalogue, Term?, 4c. .
: HASKINS & CO., .
Feb. 4 18G5 1-y . 35 Beekman Street, X. Y.
r LEGAL NOTICE.
Anton Kimig will take notice that Elijah Burn
er has filed a petition in the District Court of the
County of Xeinaha, in the Territory of Nebraska,
in Chancery sitting, to which the said .Acton
Kimig is mtde party defendant. The object and
prayer of said petition is to foreclose a mortgage
made by said Kimig, June I7th, 1859, in favor of
said Burner, on the South E.st quarter of Section
10, in Township 6 North, of Uange 14 East of the
8th principal meridian, situated in said County of
Nemaha, which mortgage was made to secure the
payment of a promissory note of even date there
with, made by said Kimig in favor of said Burner,
for two hundred and sixty-five dollars with inter
est at forty percent per annum from maturity, due
one year from dat e thereof. The petition asks for
a decree for the sale of said premises to satisfy
said note and that the defendant be debarred and
foreclosed of all right to the same. Delendant is
required to answer on or before the 2d day of
Dated February, ISth 1856. .
BIENZI STRETER, Register,
By Wm.IL Hoover, Deputy.
Crane & Thomas, Attorney for Plaintiff. 21-41.
I'urria-o and Celibacy."
An Essay cf Warnisj and instruction
far Yccxa Mes. " Also, Diseases and Abuses which
prematurely Proetrate the Vital Pow ers, with sure
means cf relief t Sent Free ef Charge, in sealed
ietier envelops Address, Dr. J. SK.ILLIJ?
HOUGHTON, Howard A liociation, Philadelphia
PenEfjlraoia. 10-18 I year e,nn .
P A T E N T
SO TO.OS25 EACH!
39 Varieties, with Patent Basso Tenuto or
Rmn-i , r i " rt i
LzjJ DCI1001 uriiaua uiiu xuuiuucuus.
Elesrant Xlosevood, Walnut or
Jfo Charge for Boxing or Shipping.
S33,000 Now In Use.""
ATT ITjTjTJSTHATED CATALOGUE, con-
tsiDing full description of sty re, and testimonials of
the most eminent Musicians, as to the superior excel
lence of our instrument will be sent tree to any
address. '. -
THE AUTOMATIC ORGANS.
Tn vrAsanilnc Ka IntAmitir firffllTI. VP hfi STI
A IS (1 VVUllllJ) U 7 B m -v - CI T " - 'rf
nounce the greatest trinmph in musical instruments
of the age. During the past half century, the French
sud Germans have manufactured reed instruments
with oouDie neuows, ana iwo peunn ior iue icei to
operate, hui the want of the reversed or Exhaustion
Bellows, wnicn is me oniyoeiiows uwi iovur iuhh
ments), made it impossible (or tbem to produce the
mellow, rich and musical tone lor which our instru
ments are celebrated.
inother objection to this method of blowing was
that, both feet being occupied, no opportunity was of-
feredfor the mansgemeni or iue men. mmm
. ...ttmntnti inHtrnrtMl on thin Euro
pean pian of "double bloirors," have been nianufict-
UFed in this country, ana i couuieraci idis uwutuuj
t . .t.ii m u.ir has hin nrnircteil from th
centre of the instromeut, to act upon the swell, and
operated cy tne anee. ine inconvenient. uu hiuwi-
UVU liCran. i . w vvv. o
ennugh to a gentleman, but to a lady the use of such
an appendage is neariy impossioie.- - . ' ,
-.... :. a viro nbvlaL thlii difflraltv entire-
ly, the simple act of blowing with more or less force
giving the desired increase or uecreaae u me tuiams
For seventeen years the superior excellence oi our
Melodeons has not neen qnesnoucu, nu ior
past the enormous demand has made tt impossible for
us to meet our orders promptly. .With our increased
facilities, we feel warranted in assuring our patrons
that their oraers win oe prompiij uci, iuu ouuwi, .
continuance of their patronae.1 -
rout inn in Tiirrliasers.
'm.Sa . as v
All our instruments have upon tke name board, in
f ul l. "GEO. A. PE1 NCK & CO." When a dealer rep
resents any other tustruniems as -tne same ,
.o.Dua.' - r - -
n. A a.KirK V a i.Mn rnakA ft 1 nrlTA Orofit.
p. s A liberal discount to Churches, Clergymen
and Schools. Aaaress, ... .
GEO. A.FKINCB, &CO.,B3 wisnington oi,
Or, Chicago, 111.
GEO. A. PRINCE &JO.. Buffalo, X. T.
May 1st. 1865. : - v. . no33-v9-yly
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE!!!
. Patented February lftth,:1860.
SJLESR 0 0 M, 536 BR OAD WA Y, JV.
Y.252 WASHINGTON St. BOSTOA
THIS MACHINE is constructed on entirely new
principles of mechanism, possessing many rare and
valuable improvements, having been examined by
the most profound experts, and pronounced to be
SimDlicitT and Perfection Qombinea.
It has a straight needle, -perpendicular action
makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE STITCH, which
will neither KIP or HAVEL, and isaiikwon both
sides; perfotms perfect sewing on every descrij tion
of material, from Leather to the finest Nansook
Muslin, with cotton, linen or silk thre id, from the
coarest to the finest ncmber.
Having neither CAM nor COG WHEEL, and the
least possible friction, it runs as smooth as glass
and is , , . . . i
EmnhaiicallT a Noiseless Machine
It requires FlrTY PEIl CENT less power tc
drive it tk nn, other Machine in the market. A
girl twelve years of age can work it steadily, with
out fatigue or injury to hitl
IU strena-in and onderful Simplicity or
truction renders it almost impossible to get out oi
order, and is GUARANTEED by thecempany to
give entire satisfaction. -We
respectfully invite all those who may desire
to supply themselves with a superior aiticle, t
come and examine this Unrivalled Machine.
5 Bat is a more especial manner do we solicit tht
Hoop Skirt Manufac
turers, Shit and boson Mai:
Vest and Pantaloon
tligiout and (Jharit alle
Inttitutiout will be lile-
rallii dealt with.
Prices of Machine Co nplete:
- .Njo. 1, Family Machine, with tummer, Feller
and Braider,- .'I .,
No. , Smill Manufacturing, with Extension
1 Table , 75
No. 3, Large Manufacturing, with Extension
Ne. 4, Large Manufacturing, for . Leather,
, with Jiolhng Foot and Oil Cup " . J00
unetatj hour ntr net 10m uttfffieicul to enable am,
ptrionio teors t Jiachxne to their entire
. tatit fact ion.
Agents Wanted for all towns in the United States,
where Agents are not already established. Alsc
for Cuba, Mexico, Central and South America, to
woom a liberal discount will be given.
Terms invariably Cah on delivory.
T. J. McArtliar & Co.,
538 Broadway, New Tiork.
A. & Co. 552 Washington, St.,Boston.
- TOObestnutSt., Phila.
GEO. FRANZ, Agent,- --
, 102, 4th, St. Louis, Mo.'
FGb. th 1865. 10 10 ly : A4C.
T 0 JL
Families and Manufacturers
SOMETHING KEW AIVO TAEUA-
IILE JFORFA3IILY USE.
WE offer the public the simplest, strongest and
wra. uuituug iuiKuiua in mo woria.
It occupies bnt little space is portable and can
be attached to a stand or table, weighs about 401bs.
' It Will knit A varicfv nf stitrhes Oik Trfntrnff
oi neeaiesis trifling the cost of needles is insig
nificant and the moit delicate material can ba knie
f. .... . . . c
pure and spotless, as the needles are not oiled.
Ordersfor Machines may be sent through the
American Advertising Agency.
" 389 Broadway. U". Y.
Send for a Circular. ' :
DALTON KNITTING MACH. CO.,
5-ly 537 Broadway, N. T.
PLAIIT & BROTHER
Established in 1845.
GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS,
hose, packing and PCMPS
R UBBER LEA TEER Bdting.
Consignments of Grain, Seed, Tobacco
t' and Cottpa respectfully solicted.
STSin of tfep GILT PLOW3
gT. LOUIS, MO. '
Sand cents for postage far Illustrated Catalogue.
6 January 18th 1SG6.4 months 10-17 d.nnJS.W
AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
. THE H0TTEIIT0TS
Having long used
Eor a Variety of Dlscas.es.
It wa borrowed from those rude practitioners by
Engllsli hnd Datch Pnyslclans,
On whose recommendation it was employed in En.
rope and has now come into general use.
IT IS GIVEN CHIEFLT IN
Grarel, Chronic Catarrh of the
OF THE BLADDER AND URETHRA,
FOR FEMALE WEaKAESS and
For Prolapsus and Bearing Down,
or Prolapsus Uteri,
Diseases or The Postate Glands,
Retention, on Ikcontixzncx op Urine.
And all diseases requiring the aid of a diuretic
arising from a loss of tone in the parti con
cerned in its evacuation..
IT IS RECOMMENDED IN CASES OF
Cutaneous Affections and Dropsy,
To cura diseases we must bring into action the
muscles which are engaged in their various func
tions. To neglect them, however slight may be the
attack, is sure to affect the boldly health and men
OTTK FLESH A 1ST 13 BLOOD,
are supported from those sources.
PERSONS OF EVERY PERIOD OF
From Infancy to Old Age.,
, . - i ....
and in every state of health, arc liable to be sub
jects of these diseases.
The Cause in Many Instances are Unknown
Tha patiet has, however, an admirable remedy in
Eluid Extract of Buchn
Philadelphia Evening Bulletin Editorial,
SrrT. 15. 1S65.
His Solid and Fluid Extracts embody
the full strength of the ingredients of
which they are, named.. They, are left
to tneinspecilon of all. A ready and
conclusive lest of their properties will be
a comparison with those set forth in the
United States Dispensatory. These rem-
edie's are prepared by H. T. Helmbold.a
druggist of sixteen yeaes' expeiience irf
this city, and we believe them to be re
liable ; in fact, we have never known an
article lacking merit to meet with a per
manent success,' and Mr. Helmbold's
success, is certainly prima facie evidente.
His Drug and Chemical Warehouse, in
the city of New York, is not excelled, if
equaled, by any iu the country, and we
would advise our readers, when visiting
that city, to give him a call, and judge
Est. r act. -of BucIiil
HEX MB OLD.
JOHN F. M0RSIS Agent for the
Baowsville, Nebraska. -'
Koverabcr,;d. 15S5, 1. 10-7-11-7 encn. "
2. & K. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
IXaaufsetarers of PtotograpiiB Llalerials,
501 EE3ADWAY, H. Y.
la M-fWoa U Mr mia VtaSaM rf PKrnHiRAPHiC UA
XiiKlAl. w.ar. ncarfuHrtrri kir tt foliow ist. rt.
Sierooscopes and Stereoscopic iews.
VIEWS OF TUS WAil,
Oouiaml at frtmi eps. and formUri a roip!cU
fUOTOOiUrUlC aibTUEK OFTIlECtaaT CSloS COTE
Bail Run, Dutch Gap,
YnrVtown. Pontoon Trains.
' Lockout ilounUia,
ir.riru and For.1rn Citle. and.Landmpf, Groapc, Statua
ry 4c Ac Alo, Revlvine StrtI, lot public m prival
mhibiiioa Out CaUilupa will be tant W any aUdrau (Si nemf
W. wm th. Bru to tntn4w th into th. Dnlted Stnt
and w manufiM'tiire iium.a. quantiljn In trrAt Tari.tr, ranf;
in .rc fruni iO nuU to Or ALKl i!-S bar. th. rrp-
fcttinn of twiniupini- in be--ntr anit dnrmbi'ity to any oU)b
They will nt by mail, Flltfc, on ncuipl of f"1
tjSn.NB ALBUMS MAPI TO OSOER.SJ
Tta Trade will find oar Alb-mi3 taa moat
Saleable they can bay.
Our CAtlo-u .w rmbrace ovr Fira Tiiocsr diflVrenl
acbjn-u (it wliich ad litKn ai. tontinuaily Uinj uiade) of fcitl
Dral Amrriuuia, Jtct xiz : abmit
tH l.j-Geiia. 1"0 Lieiit-C.la 50 Statetneii,
1U Hr.K SiO oibCT O.firera, 13 Uiriuea,
tfiColunvla, 1 i Navy OiEcera, Hi Author.,
4uArtut U'SSUjia, SO Prominent UomaS.
S,(X'0 Cuio of Work f Art,
rnrlibUnx KT-'d'KiMai of th. mou eelshrated Eorrarlnra,
PainliDt;, iutnra. Ac. Ctal spi tait oa rw-ript of Suunp.
Ao oroet for On. IKiara PicWre. fro.u our Cataiofiu, will M
IU!I ou iwipt of $1.50, aaJ Mut by nrnii, ..
Photjriphr aud other, orrteriii -ood C O. D-, will plaaaf
tamit twnt -n-. percnt of th. auiouat ith lhir ord.r.
Jf I'Im pricM and quality ot our good, tauoot fail la aatiar
Oct. 25th 1895 10-6-11-6 fd,nn.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
The coDartnersbin heretofore existing under the
name or Marsh & Zook, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent, the business of the lte tlrm WiU be carried
on at the old st?nd by A. D. MARSH 3. W. BLISS
partners under the name of MARdH &Co.
All accounts counected with the old firm will be fet
tled by them.'
A. . MAR3TI
Ul W-iii uiitis- sM tJ
Dealer in Stove3, Tinware, Hardware, Farmer'?
Tools, Ac, lias just brought to this inarstt, ana oi
fer for fcsale a large and well selecter Stock cf
S3 "Hp C W "HI S3
HAS, D W A HE
Horse Shoes, etc. etc.
. Also a Irrge lot of Farmer's Tools, direct from
the Manufactory, Bucn, as
ALL KINDS of EXTRA HANDLES.
Tubes . .
, . . Spades
, , r otl.s, etc.,
It is also true that
has the largest and best Stock of
T3 k;vw ...)
Sheet-Iron, Copper and
Iron of all Kinds, Hails,
Cut and Raught.
on band ever offered in
Cheap as the Cheapest.
5Iy tin Shop is always in good running order
where work of ail kinds rrom a pint cup to a s:n ke
? tack can be done in good woikmaniike manner
Repairing can be done at any tima and in good
Kags, Copper slrd Brass will be taken in exchange
Shop In IV. T. Dcns Old Stand,
o-yiy une uoor tastot Hill's Store.
Nov. 19 ly 10 lo ID.
. Where a choice selection of the fol
lowing article canalvvay be found,
Fine Dress Goods, Consisting of goood beautiful
and cheap, BalmoraUs Skarts , Nubias, Hoods,
Shawls, Hosiery, Fine and Coarse Shoes Ladies
Dress Goods too numerous to mention.
Also Gents Fine Hats, any, and every quality of
Boots and Shoes. Collars, Fine Shirts, Under
Shirts, Ac, Cc.f
; Cannot do better than to trade with
G. M. HENDERSON.
OcL 25th 1S65. 9-26-ly rdnn.
Taken op by the undersigned, living six miles
South West of Brownrille Nemaha County, on the
12th day of December 1883, One red heifer Calf
no brands or marks.
15 pd - JOHN G. SKEEN.
Taken up by the undersigned, lining ?eren miles
South West from Brown villo, Nemaka County
Nebraska on the I?th day of December ISQ5 one
light bay Mare, right hind foot white, suppo3e4 to
be 3 years old.
15 pd GEO. CEOW.
up by the undersigned, living on "Sonora
i Nemaha County Neb. Ter., oa the Sith
day of ccember, 1865. Onp Dua bteer, smooth
crop pSFthe rizhf ear, and split in the M-me, one
year eld last Spring, MF.RIDTII HELVE Y.'
January, $th IfJ ' ' H
it !' 1
, v tkt
As the name imlicatcs, not czlj svzxsirs.
the growth oX the Lair wfcer; tiis tad filliag
eff, bu positiTely rtnrst LU color tays
origuial ;33 when it is turning gr;7 or
white, wLebr caa3ed by disease, .ief or
It -will certaLy do what i3 c' Incd for ii,
a fact to which, indrel3, tiouajad3,
who have used it, ren ' and willing to
testify. "Where one YtVis fairly used, in
any comrnunity, it? reputation 'sprcads
lite wild fire," zjf ithe best adTertise
ment and recor'jendaVm we desire. , la
the Eastern Stfs, where Vie "RENETVEE"
originated, young laes use it as a
hair dresug; it is founon the toilet
tables ooung men, (also atVieir barbers),
whileder men and woraenVho desire a
Rc-nfcer and Restorative for theiCTey locks
bald head3 will not be w.out this
tfrticlc, which giTes in every mstaVe a
Don't let any drapr?ist or iealer nrge tipon yoa a
difTcront article, as tliure U no preparation iu the world
like this, Bewaro of any article pnrportinjr, to be the
Try UALL'3 Il.tlll REXETTER according to Direc
tions, and yoa will use na other.
If not sold at dnipsists ta yonr town, a trial bottl
will be sent yon by express, upon receipt of one dollar
by mail, thus fjiying yoa an opportunity at once 4
testing its excellent qualities.
Orders f X trial LutlUi must be addressed to
' C. A. COOK, Chicago.
Gen'! Agent for Northwestern States,
R. P. OALL & CO, Proprietor, Nathna, N. IT.
Sold at WHOLESALE, In Chicago, by FULLER, FETCH
FULLER, BURXILIM3 4 VAN SCHAACK, LORD 1
siinn, smith & dttyer, j. h. reed co,
CTI AS. O. SMITH, BIETZSCn, BLOCKI 4 CO H.
fcOTIL, VT. D. HARRIS k CO, POST I BATEAU, an4
druggists and dealers generally.
10-1 1 t?m. ir,nu. C. c. & co.
sr - i i i i 1 1 l '
The Best Tonic in the World.
By many of the most prominent
and successful l'iujsicians in the
A PERFECT CURE
For Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague,
Acidity of the Stomach t Loss of Ap
petite, Sausca, Heart-burn, Jaun
dice, and all diseases arising from
a disordered state of the Slomach,
Liver or Intestines.
Are being sold with the most won
derful success all over the country,
and never fail to give satisfacton.
Delicate females and weak child
ren are made strong by the itse of
these Hitters. In. fact they should
be kept in every house.
USE NOME OUT THE BEST!
And the. best can only be had by
enquiring for the
COHSTiTUTiOH BITTERS !
SEWARD II JZ21TIuTn,
CHE2IST3 AND D3TJGQIST3,
ISO Main n.tjfdlo, X. Y.
Burnlxams & Van Schack
' Shores, Bunlap& Co.
Wholesale Agents. Chicago.
I0-Il-Cm. fr,nn. c. c. & co.
TnE 3I0DEL SEWING MACHINE.
(From the Xew York Herald)
Prominent among the mechanical triumphs of th i
most ingenious ase. common honesty compels cs to no
tice the Empire Sewing Machine, commended as justly
striey perfection itself uefnl as have been the a
rious sewin? machines, from time to time presented
t the public, each one of tbem has been cursed with
s me ra!ic . I i"e.'eci, which detracts from general uti!
i,y. Warned by the experience of his predecessors
t ie inventor of the Erie Machine has produced an in
strumcnt, combining all the advantages for which
others are vaunted, and obviating every defect which
an be attributed to them by the most fastidious critic
The Kmpire Machine is a marvelous combination of
Minpliciiy, econemy aud perfect workship, belns dura
ble, free from liability t.j get oat ol order, noiseless
nu easy of operation. It9 mechanical contrivance is
such as to secure stability, freedom from accident,and
accuracy as to workmanstip. By the use of the pat
ented tnumeand ftraight needle it makes a stitcb
which can neither rip, nor ravel while, at tbe same
time, it can operate perfectly upon evcy species of
material from leather to cambrics, with threaps of cot
ton, linen or silk from the fluest to the coarse.t num
As the Empire Machine Is gradually supplanting Its
more a:itimarivaiH, uoonein want of a usefei instru
ment of this discriptlon. be he cr she tailor, ccachma-
ke, dressmaker or t-eamstress, can do otherwisi than
secure one of these econaiical and inimitable maohine)1
xuited alike for fanil y and manufacturing purposes
i!e I'Uice or tne bmpire Meuufactunng Co. Is at Jo.
53 UpMdwoy, fork City, vhere they are now
suopiymg ihee toipire Machines at prices far be!o
the real value of the instruments. New Turk Herald
Feb. 5;h Ies5 10 19 A AC
cab i NET -MAKER
aa iv jl
Corner 2nd and MainStreets,-
BnOWNVILLE. N. T-
Is prepared to do all kinds of work in im line on
hort notice and reasonable terms. 1-om
MYERS h JONES,
Queensware & Glassware,
207 31arlict bet. Stli &9lh Streets,
ST. LOUIS. MO.
Brilliant, Easy Shining,
Lnat' -iiifTal id ' A ii li 1 ml
mposftlon of beat's Foot Oil Co.
una Pure Ivory Klacii.
Imparling to BOOT aud SHOE LEATHER the soft.
ness and piiapcz f KID while with one-fourta the
labor usually employed in the application of the orU
ni ry Blackings, it produces a Jet Black namsl Gioss,
equalled only by Patent Leather.
Sold ly all Grocers and Shoe Deelars.
Orders received by American advertising Agency-
3S9 Broadway, New Tork.
And Wholesaled at Manufactarer'a Depot,
131 Keaiie si.,ni. i.
iiyor's Cathartic Fills
(Suceesaors to HcLaus'alia- & sWln )
We respectfully, announce to tv
Public th it they. h;i ve now in stare,
New and Large Stock of
To which they invite the attention
YOU WILL FIND TIIE BEST
Sugars, Teas, KIo ami Jara CcT
fee, Pure CICer Ylncsar anarcst
Canned Fruits in great variety
of the lest quality ; Catsup, pieHz,
Oysters. Sardine, Clams, IrvJ-
Mustard, Worcestershire Sayce arj
Western Reserve Cheese at
SWAN & BROS,
Swan and Brother, desire to call
particular attention to their large
and varied Stock of
Tobacco, consiaitng of Natural Leaf
and Nectarine and other favorite tracJj
of Piu Tobacco and best qualities of
Fine cut a id Smoking Tulaxco,
Wrought and Cut Nails, of all size,
Spades, Shovels. Ijrooms.Sewing Twii;e
and Scoop Shovels at
SWAN & BRO'S.
The highest price paid for Batter,
Egs, and country produce at
C:1TT A "NT P- T3T?n.
Consult your interst by cx::mic-
ing Swan & Bro's. Goods and prices
before buying elsewhere,
v-i O-n-4 ly.
TO RE SOLD DURING
$M (IT) (TT)
Worth of .Merchandise
O LAS S W ABE,
Jast received and opened at
Wholesale and Hetsil Store 1X00 oa
Main Street, Brownvill',Ktteia-'-
These Goods have bee purchased it J.B Jjl
pecial view to satisfyin? the neman.i ,
ket;indat prices which will enable hin w--competition.
v. . tS.
nis d tore mo very gci mej ns.
wpM tnrall and examine hw U. N. X. L'd 3t)C-
ST200 MOLIIIB PLOY75.-S
$350 to $1,400-
II. H. SAZTOiT & CO.)
-317. IjOUID, 3VIO.
TT AVE ConsUntlyonhand the Largest A
11 mentor HKM-tLAs.i riA f Vt n'UL
nqe n.u?e in the West. Thej keep the Uuv
XSTKUilETS made bj
Tm. B. Bradburj,
Chamber & Gablen
I7s w York Piaaoforta Company-
JIaspn & Hamlin's CaDInet 0r?33?
$110 to 160 E ch.
Also. on hand
Second-hand rianos, Mclodf
Ae., Ac., Ac
Which are told at KarjraiB. .
Sendor" Circul? aJ"J'r,-L-
W reroomi : Cor. Fifth & Wila'-
(Under Southern Hotel)
J.S.W id j-ty.
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