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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1866)
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; BliOWNVILLE, THURSDAY, MARCII 29, 1883.
' '' '-Mayor: C. G.DORSEY. " '
Aldermen': S. P. MAJORS, r -A.
;." JOHN II. MORRISON,,
; A. W.MORGAN.
.; W W HACKNEY.
.". City Clerk: JONAS HACKER. - f
Marshall: J.ER. MARLATTE. t'
.. Our City Election comes offnext Moa
day. All who feel tbeiet interest in
ibeir own welfare, should feel an inte
rest in this election, and do their utmost
. u elect good men to run our City Go?
" errftnent. : ' Vi ; .' ; ;
1 -The atoye ii the only Ticket we have
Astt seeo.' i It' is'made up of- good, re-
jlalle working men, and we believe will
jio their whole duty it elected.- We. do
jfiOt crge this ticket though we shall sup7
ft it. What we' desire is for erery
tien' to turn cm and express himself
.through the ballot. :
Opens, 7.30, a m , cIoserB, p. in.
Eastern Mail closes at 5 o'clock; p. m.
Northern Mail closes 6:30, pi riiii
Western Mail closes, Monday,7:30, a.m
)' ' : A. D. Marsh, P. M.
Election Notice. .
There will be held in the City of Brown
ville, Nebraska, on the 2d day of April,
A. D. 16G6, an Election for the follow
Mg City Officers: One Mayer; five
Alderman; one Clerk; one Treasurer ;
oue Assessor; one Ciril Engineer; one
- Marshall) and one Street Commissioner.
W. W. HACKNEY, Clerk.
Medical Liquors for Family use
Good Samaritan Drug Store!
Coal Oil S1.25 per gallon at Bedford
-'See the new St. Louis advertisement
in to-day's paper, headed "IRON."
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Rtmemb'cr -Your chance for buying
ticket in the New LlDorado Lottery is
growing slimer and slirner every day.
For choice Groc;ries to Bedford &
CoV who hare just received a large as -,
tertmetil of the very best.
Prints, Bleached Goods, fine Brooms,
Hocp Skirls and Shakers, j-ist received
nnd fir sale at Iaclney CoV ;
Are you fonf of a Good Pie?- If so
u?e ''alf-an' alf" of, those excellent dried
Cherries and Blackberries for sale at
Swan fc Bro'3. . '
'am Kiwer, u. n. neuei, jjaiier
Tain Panacea, Gargling Oil and ih
njual varieties of Linament, at the
Good Samaritan Drvg Store!
Thire ti a tide in the affairs of man,
Which Ukcn at the flow leadeth on to fortune.
' Remember this, and call at the News
Depot and ret a Ticket ia the ElDorado
R. T. Rainey, of the Store, ha3 just
received lots cf choice Goods,such as every
family needs. .They must be seen to be
appreciated. So, drop in !
To get a favorable reputation in any
.community, a merchant must keep a full
selection of choice articles, and sell on
s trail profit ; this is Swan 4 Bro's style !
We notice that Theo. Hill & Co., have
just received a lot of large Freight Wag
ons. This is a move in the right direc
tion, ,.rhe freighting business from this
place this season will be large. -
In the New ElDorado Lottery you
rtand one chance in twenty-one, of draw
ing from three to seventy-five times the
amount of your investment, and can in
.no case draw less than SI.
& . McPherson re
ibe Steam Saw and Grist Mill day and
(E'ght, and keep constantly on hand a
.Fply of - all kinds of Lumber, Shingles,
.Laih, Flour, Shorts and Bran.
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"-The-April nuniber"of Frank Leslie's
ady'jrMagazioe, - for April; is a 'most
ruuant ana tascmating number, ana
should grace the -centre
bo isehold in the land. -
table of every.
Did you enquire for Lyon's Periodical
Drops, Uterine Caiholuon, Female PUs,
or'fiythihg else "usually kept m a , well
regulated Drug Store ?. You'll find 'em
at the - l': -
Good Scmaraien Vrvg Store!
We were 'pleased to examine the new
tock cf choice Dry Goods and Groceries
,j jMfceifed at Henderfon's Chice go
Store, and we are satisfied that all can
be suited there in both prjees and good.
See the advertisement headed-A rare
dunce for a bargain ia Town Property."
Tbi situation is one of the best for busi-
c in our city, the buildings goad and!
proprietor dctcrmiaed to sell.
rL f . . ..
state cf gzez.1 cxcltcraeat'orer the stock
fir Pri-'a ar.d ether chcice Dry
j-st received at - Johascn &
M'Gee's ev,' Store i the foot of Main
street j and Grqceries, well, the best wzfy
;s,t3 call and examine fcr yourself.
'"Bedford &. Co.,' hare just receired a
a ' . .
large and well-selecjed . stock cf choice
Dry Good, and as they have been pur
chased this Spring, while gold was down,
and for cash, they will sell them, on' the
same terms t Cheap . . ;
The Ladies' Repository, for April, is
receired, and a superb number it is. All
who feel the least desire for good moral
and religious reading should tal-a tha
tlepoiitory. All Methodist Ministers,'
in good standing, are authorised agents.
This Spring opens up strangely. Last
Manda: evening "A now storm set in,
lasting oyer Tuesday the snow melting
atom as fast as it fll. The atmosphere
being warm and pleasant, with n south
east wind part of the time. '.. This snow
we Suppose is in lieu cf our Equinoctial
stqrp, which in "this section Usuatly comes
with, heavy rains and high winds.
We notice many persons from the coun
try and others when they stop in this
city hitch their horses to the shade trees
planted along our streets. Now, com
mon sense ought to teach them better,
and as it does net a few fines imposed,1 we
believe, would assist to remedy this evil.
Let our City Marshall see to it.
The ElDorado Lottery was not gotten
up by its proprietors with a riew to gain
or proht, this is plainly -shown by the
Scheme, but for the purpase of decemi.
nating good and useful instruments, im
plements and knowledge, to all who wish
purchase, tickets at Marsh &- Co's
IN ews Depot.
The Brick' for the'riew , Brick School
lloure near Sapp's are on the ground,
and the contract for the woodwork is let.
Work, will be commenced - as soon as the
weather will permit. ; ' . . j
The Fairview School District, we un
derstand will build a new School House
A new School House will be built i
School. District just north gf ihislistric
this Spring., ...... ,
These, with a good climate and sq
are tnVbest inducements that can 1
Wered to intellisrent strarrers to sett,
in. our county. - -
Since the stealing of a couple, of par
ses in this pouoty, on Sunday night, the
ISih, we learn that a horse company has
been organized in Fairview Precinct, in
this county, to,' protect its members
against horse thieves. This movement
is commendable, and we hope the organ
ization may spread all over the county,
when it may be expected to afford gene
ral , protection. The most appropriate
timeto affect such an organization is now,
ere any more "horses are stolen, and
while -farmers are not to busy. When
the organization )s complete, when its
details and workings are understood, and
riders appointecj for one month, then
monthly meetings will only be necessary,
and, ere the leaves are green, this coun
ty can prepare a Vwarrn recaption" for
lawless rjevils, come whence they will.
Tis never to early to attend to ''self-pro
We call atteuiion to the advertisement
of the Duplex Elliptic or double Spring
Skirt. Though a recent invention, it has
become very popular, a&4 is rapidly ob
taining the preference over other kinds
in use. The rpds in it are composed each
of two delicate and well-tempered steel
springs, which are ingeniously braided
together edge to edge, the lower rods
heavier, and having a double covering.
This peculiarity of construction makes
this skirt very strong and durable, and
also so exceedingly flexible that it rapjdly
adapts tiseif to the form o' the wearer,
and allows of any amount of doubling
and crushing without injury to its shape.
These skirts are unquestionably the light
est, most desirable, comfortable and ecp
nomical ever made. These are advan
tages which ladies, who have experienced
thft discomfort and inconvenience cf
single springs, will duly appreciate.
Milto5, Ind., March 10th, ?66. j
Mr. Editor : A terrible a'ceident oc
curred pear this place yesterday morning
on the Chicago and Great Eastern llail
way, in which one man : was. instantly
killed, and two seriously, if cf f. falally
injured." The unfortunate men were
Geo. Boss, of Salem, Richirdson county,
Nebraska, Henry Wright, of Atchison
rounty, Missouri, and Walton Meriam,
of this place. They were standing uporj
the platform of the cars, against allreg
ulation?4nd commenced scuffling, when
they lost their balance an:J fell off. The
cars were running at the rate of forty
five miles per hour. Boas fcjl against
one of the ties and was instantly killed.
Wright is Jiadly injured, with both legs
and three ri broken. Meriam has one
leg and one arm broken. Wright was
oa a vjfjt here, where he has many
friends to. lament this sad accident. He
is a son of the (ate Aqstead B.1 Wright,
cf Hamilton,. Ohio. This should be a
warning to Railroad passengers. V -
; ' James Watso-v f
.J.ae.i2wer zr.iazicz cr. cuy is in a
3, J nis.
Are the only ae and tralj ftctir medic! ae for
alt irregularities and palafal taenstraatioa; remove
all obtruction, wh.lber from coli cr otherwise.
No m&iifa, trife cr ttother should be without them.
Try them use ae-jordiag to direction, and we knoW
the result ill be a desire. Ak fcr lira. Wina
low'a Mystic Take noD other. Price $2,00
per boat, or three boxea for 5 -dollars.- For sale by
all drufjiitK. -'
Jfetcr tu. UIow, Gen. Agqst. St. Louit.
2Iarch 22d,lS53 ' do 26:ly
WASTED 1 Aircntf. Hale and Female, at 75 to
1 150 per month, Jo celt the celebrated
Comtnofi Stnte Family Stvinj Machine
- ' '- PKICE SIO.OO
Thi Machine will do all kinds at wnrV eonul la
t5. hi eh TiricPil MarK!r.pa and im tm nr.l. nr.Alin.1
oa re n&oie v-neap sewinj wacaine ia the world,
auu rcsa ... -
SECOMC d .COv Chicago, , or CleTelcnd, O
Principal 0ice,Ifo. 2 Custom House Place Chicago
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Notice or Co-partnership.
BaowiryiLLE, Neb., )
March, 13th, 1866. :
I have this day admitted my brother
Lewis Hill, as Partner in mv House.
The Copartnership will date frqm March
1st. lbSO. The style of the firm will be
Theo. JIill & Co.".
25-3t-Kda . - -THEO. Hill;
The advertiser, bavin? hwin rertnrpA fa hnalrh in
few weeks by a rcry simple remedy, after having
suutrrcu jur ct orai years wun a severe (angaqeo
tioa,and that dread disease, Consumption is anx
ious to make known io his fellow-sufferers the
means of care. - "
. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge J, with the direc
tions for preparing and using the same, which they
will find a core care for Con?amption,Asthma, Uron
chitls, Coughs, Cold;, and all Throat and Lung Af
fections. The only object of the advertiser inten
ding the Prescription is tq benefit the aflicted, an-t
spread information which he Conceives to be inval
uable, and he hopes every sufferer will try his rem
ady, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a
Parties wishing the prescription, rsSB, by return
mail, will please addres
RKf. JSDWAtvD A. WILSON,
Williftmsb,u rg, Kings Co. ,RwVork.
. LEGAL NOTICE.
David II. Mourdick will take notice that Mary
C. Mourdick as complainant, did on the 19th dav
of March, A. D. 1866, file her petition in the office
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object and prayer of which petition is te obtain a
jdooree divorcing the complainant from the defen
dant from the bonds of matrimony, and giving tne
ruetody of ber infant daughter to the complainant,
bn the ground that the defendant has for more than
two years wilfully abandoned and utterly desert
fed complainant, and has refused and neglected to
provide a maintenance for her. Defendant is requi
ed to appear and answer said petition on or before
the 7th day of May, A.D. ISCit.
CRANE k THOMAS, .
; Msrch22d,1868, no26o,nn4t.
LEGAL jYOTICE. ,
Peter Ault will take notice that Caroline O.Ault
ai complainant, has filed a petition in Chaeery in
the District Coiurt of Ibe Counly of Nemaha in the
Territory of Nebraska, against him as respondent.
The obj ect and prayer thereof is to obtain a decree
divorcing her from the said respondent from tne
bonds of matrimony, end alco giving to her 'aliicio
ny out of the north b&lf of the southearst quarter
of Section two, township four north, range fifteen
east, tuated in said county of Nemaha. t?aid Pe
ter Ault is required to answer on or before May 7th
A.D. 1866. CRAME & THOMAS,
Solicitors for Complainant.
Brownville, Neb. March 22d, 1366. no26-4t
compel us to fell ' 'j. , ;
In ilic course of Six Months
. $250,000 5250,000
Watches, Clocks, Chains, Dla
montl flings, lianog,31elo
deons, Scwingr illachineS)
Silver Ware, &c.
ALL TO BE DISPOSED OF AT -Ono
Without regart to value ! And not to be
paid for until you know what
are to receive.
J3 After receiving lha artiple, jf it
doe? not piease you, you can
return it and your men-"
ey well be re
' funded. , .
The Stock Comprises arnongs articles. Splendid
Clocks, Gold and Silver iratchesKir, set with
Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, Garnet and ofher Stapes
(solitaire and in clusters), Ladies sots of Jewelry,
comprising Pins and Ear Rings of the.tnost fashion
able styles, ee in Precious Stones of every variety,
together with a large assortment of Geld and En
amelled and Pearl Sets Gold Sjuds'and Sleeve
Buttons of the beautiful patterns, Gents Bosom and
Scarf Pins, and an endless variety cf Braceletts,
Chai ns ,M usicalBozes Jlead Dress.Combs ,charms .&o
In consequenee of the great stagnation of trade
in the Manufacturing districts of France and Eng
land, a large qo an tity of valuable Jewelry, origin
ally intended for he European market, has been
rent off for sale in this country, and must be sold at
anv sacrifice? Under these circumstances the
"WATCH & GOLD JEWELRY CO,M have resolv-
subject to the following regulations:
it " CfKTlFiCATO ntininp each article and Its VALUE
are pUeed In SEALED ENVKLOPES, which are well
mixed. One fr these Envelope, containing the Cer
tificate or Order tor some Artic'e, will be delivered
at our cfnce.'or sent h ritil to any address, without
renru to cooioe, ou reveipi. ui iicuu.
On receiving th Certificate the purchaser will see
what Article ltdraw. and its valne, andean then send
One Dollar and receive tne Article unjmi, or can
choose y 0Ar on Article on our J,istof he same
va ue. -
SEND 25 CENTS FOR A CERTIFICATE.
In all transactions by mail, Fe' shall charge for
forwarding the certificates, paying postage and do
ing the businoss 25 cents each, which " must be en- j
closed when the certificate ii sent. - Fve certificates
for i , eleven $2 30 for 5, 65 for $LJ and 1P0 for
$15. . '
Agents. Wo . want agents in every town and
county in the country, and those acting as such
will be'allo-vcd ten cents oh cvory Certificate or
dered by them provided their remittence amounts
trttl. Agents will collect 25 cents for every cer-.
tificate.and renut 15cenisto us, either in cash or
postage stamps, Agents remitting at once $.10, will
be entitled to a beautiful 'Silvor "Watch," and also
Please write your Name, Town, County and
State plainly, and address all order to
WATCH AND GOLD JEWELRY CO.
' i . " 35 Liberty St., New York.
, 10-22-6mrd,nn. ' '
G,?Q S L I N G 9 S
Brilliant, Easj Shinlnsr ;
; ' Lcalhcr FreserTln;
' -.3 .. lift" Vw- 'ii Jlik ml 4J vj X''3
mpoiiitlon of rcat9 Foot Oil Co.
and Pure Ivory Illhfli.
Imparting to BOOT and SHOE LEATHER the soft.
nj' and pliancy .f HID while with ne-fourfa the
labor usually employed ia the application of the orrti
n ry li ackers." il prpduee a Jet Black Enamel Gioss,
eQualied on if by Pateat Leather.- - '
Sold by all Grocers and.-Shoe Veelars.
' Orders received by American Advertising Ag'tacy
3S9 Broadway, New Xork. ... ; . ;- t - -y
An( "Wholesaled at liTanufactnVer'a Depot,
-l5iKeade 8f.,'N. Y.
lift nnz. iri:. wur. Tnnr rtuji.
ndse cheap nd dagercti Bjeikico, which dmg- commenced work on your plows and Lope
gifti zaaj hare bonghf, and wit! rejomuienJ to you, -4T'' -r
Fing ifnorant ot their qualitie. lli.;Winslow' yoaVi;Hs ablettO the sprin J de- '
Mretic Pilli are raild ia thIr nperationi : corr:t . .
'JisuVr 17th J.. 1CCG."
Messrs. Morgan S lkdl: Dear Sirs :
Yours of the30ih Dec, duly receive
and contents 'noted.
I . am pleased to hear that you have
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, 875,00 at the Shop;
for Trench Plow?, S7o,00 at the Shop
ror tne sudsou now io,uu at tne baop.
For Gang and Trench combined, S10
far Gang.'-Trench and Subsoilj1 combined
$118,00. These are the prices at allpia
ces where our Plows are made. The
purcnasers paying tne ireignt.
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Now for the Trench Plows, I said they
were fully Used for breaking the prairie
which is trqe to the Iettel,1and it has
been a complete-success ift ffebraska, dui
ring the past season. Mr. Yager, living
near Nebraska- City broke prairie last
spring with one of our Trench Plows.toqk
Brown's corn planter and planted it which
was til he done, and gathefed this fall 75 j
bushels of corn, to the ar-e.
I could give you .hundreds of such in
stance of -soc! breaking in Illinois, if it
was necessary, but you can. get plenty of
evidence on the subject nearer home.
L.M mp five vou a f ew reffeTencp :n
u me give you a jew renerence3 in
your own Territory, ; :
Mr. Yager, iebraika City,
o t3:: . ,
Mr. C. Hickose,
Mr. Harvey Jeffers, ,, t,
Mv Thornas McRavey Sonoraf Mo.
' Mr.'Lbuis B. Elper.'Rockportj Mo.
All of whora'will testify to the utilT
fty of the Trench Plows as a great im
provement over ail other plow for break-
irlg Prairie,:-:': . .; ' '
The great beauty in p,sing them is the
certainty of a good Crop, the first season
and that without any work; but the break
ing and planting. I am not surprised at
the farmers snpposing the Trench Pilow.
useless, but if you will let them see the
use mey-are ra ra'.7 ianu next spring
you will get orders raster than you can
make them jn lbo7.
. ' T am most Res'pedfily Ifou,
R. y. BLACI i!
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HEALTH AND BEAUTY.
chapman's. Illustrated cuide,
A beautiful little work of 0 rages, teaches yon
Hor to remove Tan, Freckles, Blotches; Eruptions,
and all iaapurities of the skin Jivf to produce a
full growth of Whiskers how te ptoduee a luxuri
ant growth of Flair on the Bad Flead cure Ca
tarrh. Purify the Blopd,Purify the Breath to curl
an.l ipmitif thn F7a.iF: wmnM Rnrtcrfliious "Hiir.
cure Drunkenness, cure Nervou Debility, &c, Aa.
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uow 10 nrncw jvut ftgc, vu uiuci ujui uu ti.
able information. A copy of this work will be mail
ed free cf chargo Address THOS.F. CHAPMAN,'
Chexist axr PkrfvJiek,
3 ms. 831 Bread way, New York
LOVE AND MATRIMONY.
Ladies and gentleman, if yon wish to marry, ad
dress the undersicriied. wno will send you, without
money and without price, valuable information that
I !n . . i t, 'rt : t in. z .
ill enable you id pGarry fcippljy tnd speedtly, ir
respective of age, wealth or ceauty. inis lntorra -ti.Sa'ilI
coat you nothing, and if you wirftta. mar
ry, 1 will cheerfully aoeiset, you. All letters strict
ly confidential. . Thja ' desired information sent by
return mail, and no questions asked. Address
. ,. SARAH B. LAMBERT.
3-m Orecnpoint, Kings Co New York. , .
A CARD TOTHE SUFTERirTG
Do you wish te be Cured ? If so, swallow two
or three hogsheads of faIhichu,',Tonic fitters,"
Sar?8parlil," "X.wu Antolotes," An AcA..,
and after you are satisfied, with the result, then try
ono box pf OLD DOCTOR BUCHAN'S English
SpecificPills--.and be restored to health and vigor
in less than thirty days. They a;o purely- vegetable
pleasant to take, prompt' and salutary 'in their ef
fects on the broken-down tEd shattered constitu
tion. Old and young can tako them with advin
ta?e. DR. DUClIAS'HEvzMsh Specific Pill's cure
in le?s than 30 daysT the worstcftses of NER VOUS
SESS, Impotency, ' Premature Decay, Seminal
Weakness, liisauity, ait Lmary, texual, and
2fervou sffectuvi, no master from .what cause pro
duced. " Price, One Dollar per box. "Sent, postpaid,
by mail, on receipt of an order. Address . - - ' -
. JAMES S. BUTLER, -
Xo. 329 Broadway, Xew lorh, General Agep.t
r. S.: -A bex sent to any address on receipt rf
price which U one dollarpost free. . EiJ A dis
criptire Circular Bent on 'appjieation. 8 werks.
Mill Property for bale.
TIIE VERY DESIRAULS' WATtR ,GRIST
MIL1I on nlGFI CREE, Atchison county, Mis
ouri.ii now offerei for sale. - -
The mill is too well kno.n to r eed recommenda
tion. One run, of four fooJL French Merchant
Burrs for wheat,. Tedd.'a manufacture, and one
three and a half ftot cbrainon lure for corn. Ma
chinery all new except smutter. Water wheel 23
feet diameter ; nerer freezes. All in srood repair.
New 'dsin, Ac Ac. - r i
For particulars r.rjuire of G. Stiner at mill, or
R. V. Mairat Kor h' Star, Mo., or Brewr, ville. .T.
" JIUIR A STEIXER.-
JIuiralso offers his Steam Saw Mill opposite
BroJnvUle,farsJ9. r X. V MU1U.
I nolS-lniflj i ; : , ' ' ; -
v Aichisen CXumalj-pleasetopj." :
v , Dissolution of ; rartuersliip. :
'Notice is feeriby ' given that the firm of" Casa
A Bikr, But:hc?s, has thi3day been dissolved by
mutual ennsentj t ' ' - 1 - ' '" "
All indebted u the firm are requested to pay in
thearaoontof tieir indebtedn4?3 1 0 K. E. Case at
the City Meat .Vwrket.
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LIRG All fit HEVETT
Flespectfully anoonaca to the pullic lia they
are m&a&iaciunug ue
KIDDER EID1XG PL01V
tr dsir ch : pLom
We hare the exclusive right to the manufo tare
and rale of these plows in this Territory and ad
joining counties of Missouri, and intend to. supply
all demands so far as p.acticable. '
It is conceded by alt who have tested the Leepef j
iviuuer . vuiuraiur, iu. spuuf ro u
other3 sn tne f0ntoWiDe reaoects i '
The plowman can rjde easier and plow with
Any person who can drive a team can man-
3d. Crocked rown of corn are clowed as easilv
and thoroughly as straight ones, the plowman sit
ting so as to ooaerve tne corn, ana u tue wora
is well dono.
4th. It is guided by a perfectly natural and easy
foot motion, and does not cramp or tire the 'plow
man. 5lh. The plow, while in motion, is moved with
perfect 'e&i&. ' . . ,
" Cth. Thc' shovels may bo adiusted to any depth.
and any qesjred space between them is oisily 00-
7th. It has adiustable fhield3 to prevent young
oorn from perns covered;
8th,. It is admirably adapted to ylowlngla small
Lrery cultivator is well made of good material.
and warranted to do good work.
We refer to the lollowin? named persons, wno
last year bought and. used the culufator manofac- 1
tured by Morgan & Mead, in Atchison county, Mis
souri, to-wit: . . . -
A. J. Richardson, emaha county; ebraska.
Sedoras, - do do do
W W Tate, ; do ' do do -.
T J Robinson, . do- . - do . do
Mr Biggsby, do do da
A Shoenheit, Richardson do do
Shoemaker & Co do do do
Jessee Crook do do do
J B Watinsrly GagO do do
i J.H Parker, .'Atc'iison county, Missouri.
John Van Meter do do do
do . r do
' do do".."
do ' : do
do - do
do ' do
..... do . da
do ' do
, do , . do
do do :
do ' do
do r do
do i'i "
do , dD
do do "
MJ Porter . do
A S Campbell ' do
Wll Vanloven . do
David L-ertrand dq
Jasob Jaliawenhy do
Andrew Buck , do
' Mr Cristy do
W C Morgan do
Wm May , .do
"W T Robinson do
Moses Tibbetts do
Stephen Claytn do
G W Woolsey do
Mr Terrell do
Mr McDonald do
Mr Burnett do
A Hillman do
Mr Turner do
Thomas Arnold do
Rodolph Ritchie do
Ernest Lansking do
May A Lahue do
Bennet King do
P Barnhurst do
S C Woods do
GW Smith do
Phillip Walters do
II II anloren . do
J C Miller do
A Morgan Nodoway
G V Haler do
RB Casey do
Mrs Schuyler do
J R 15 1 ad l ord do
L A Rogers do
T J Rogers do
J II Walker do
J SBasford do
Mr Crocker ' do
J p Ej,ock do
John Tidgen do
Wm Hickman do
D Thompson do
TUB GANG, THBIICH,
Have been DeSiffiicd Especially
to Meet the Wants ofFarmers.
ISOne man and four horses can do mora Work,
and do it better, with (his plow, than -two men
with two disconnected plows. - '
Thefoilowing aye some of the adrantaies these
Plows bare over others :
1st. They are so arranged that .they canno net
out of the ground when striking a sod or hard
place, msnnng thorough work.
znd. l hey are the lightest dratt ot any l low,
-either ngje or double, according to the report cf
the Committee of Trial of Implements , at Decatur,
111., Septemvor, 1883. . ' : . .
3d. Thet are more easilv tianazed : anv stout
boy ten years old an manage tue'o'.
4th. lhey are more compact and and sicspie,
therefore not so liable to get out of order.
These Plows hare talien. Five
1 First 'Premiums at the Illinois
State Fairs, and Foiirlit
Iojya State Fair.
' ' . - ':.--'
The Trench Tlows are used for breaking Traino
or Mcdow land, with a Sod Plow in front, cutting
the sod in a thin slice, and turning it down into a
deep fcrrow, and the rear plow raising the sub soil
to the surface, covers the sod completely, so that it
is out of the way of after culture. "
t3T"We will promptly fill ail orders for the abeve
named plows atthisplaca. , , .-,
Te are also prepared to do Custom Work In
Wood and Iron, $1 bny thing pertaining to the
Blaclcsmitli?s Business., '
. - -
Fepairii Wasc2s?Maciicery,Shce fe&c.
Ptompt attention siren Customers in this lino
at the Shops fronting
COGSWELL'S LITE UY STABLE,
x-15 OK THE I.EYEE.
On Iiaua at Ills Store Booms,
Fie has, sni rriJI constantly keen on hanJ.'a
Shoes," Tats and CAps, Cutlery, G!aTrare, Queenswar?, Hardware, Croc kery TTsro,
Willow. Ware, and all kinds cf ware ugually kert in a rit-c!ass Iic?tail .Store, tbat v:
V'aro that can be bought anywhere.
IlariniT t.ssk t-.fin.'M Mil t. mrYxr eitahl!ihment. it bflomes r.messarv to eolief t all debts daa &
O tj - 7 7- '
old firm ; to that end I hereby giro nuti ce that all
the Ittrlay of March, 1833, will b3 pled ia the
January 1st, lbbo
' S "t ffosop lei. ? ZiC o
Would call the attention of DEALEIIS to their irnuiense stock cf
Drugs anil "Medicines, School
ratcnt 3lcalcincs, uinK hooks,
Glass anil Glassware, Wrltln? Tpcr,
P ints na Oils, Envelopes,
Spices and Dye-stuffs, oal01lml nj;3
Ture Wines, liquors, dc., lc, - "
Which were bouirht for clsh of Manufacturers,
favorable prices. Buying in largo quantities from
msnts to the trade.
They are the yorth-wes tern Wholesale Agentsof Dr.D. Jayne & Son, and of Dr. I.
C. Ayre A Co., and can furnish tUeir Medicines in any .quantities.' (10 1-1
FOR THE MILLION! ! !
IIUiYDRED TIIOIS ASD ! ! !
All can be suited in the
Just received at the
tr4 rrrm a tt sTN rm aHk TTf 7
r.' rail fi it aj r 1111 a w tij
Main Strwt, Brownville, Nebraska.
All Kindi, Tatterns and Stylos. Everything in the
Liae L?3t quality . ....
Boots, Shoes, Woo 'cu
Best brands. Dried and Canned
Nails, Glass, Sash, Queen
J'Epitok of theUfrer,W Dkab Sib: With
your permission, I wish to zaj to the readers of
your.I'aper, that Ljwill send, by mail, to all who
wUhi', free a Recipe, with full directiuns' fur
making and using a simple Vegetable Balm, thit
will effectually remove, in ten djysj'im tles.Elc cri
es, Tan, Freckles, and all Imrurities of the ikin.
haring tha same soft,clear, smooth and beautiful.
I will also mail free to thc:rf baring Ci'i'IIeaJ,
cr Bare Face?, simple dir6cii(.ns ah4 information
that willtDable them to start a full growth of Lnx
urant Il.'fr, Vriiiof 3,oi"4 iaujlacQL",ia leas than
AH applications answered by return mail with
out chargu. Resjvt fully Yours
" THOS.F. CHAPMAN, Chemist.
1 &. A c . Scnon. 831 Broad way, New-York.
J'J"Th? lludersined having been rsstorod to
flealtb in a few week, by a very simple remedy, af
ter having saf fered several yeirs with a severe lun
affection, an J that dread disease, Cousurnption -is
anxious to make kuown to his fellc-saffertrs the
mear-S if cure., ' .
Jo all '.?ho de. iro it, he willsend a copy of the pre
scription med (free cf charge.) with the directions
for prcpr.r'irgan 1 uing thesarn which they will
1 1 anani,i.f.uw, r kjl. v-oSi-riiUJ. AMU-
ha, liUUiL.illli., io. lie cnJy objeet of the
dvertber in senliugthe Prescription is to benefit
the i.SIcie.J, and spread inf-irtaaiioa which he con
iciTcatu be inraluablu. and he hones erery sufferer
will try hijrcuiuJy.aiit will co5Uheiaujiaiiig,anJ
nay prore a Mtsing.
rarlieswUii.Dgthe precriotion will pleas3aJdre?a
, Rev.EDWAHDA. WiLSO.V,
Willlamobjrg, KirgsCo.. Now York.
im ... 5
Main St., BrovrnTlIle, Xcira";n.
cotrtue'e ?rtai5nt of Drr Cio2. Crc-cc:
W- I -n Vrr.
out wetr ay
EOY7XI FOR CASH
accounts duo the Crru of J. l;rry S Co., ucjai J by
hiii cf aa
ccr fjr tollectioni.
t i 1 i
Importers and Publishers, and will be sold at the fa
first hands, they are enabled to ofer extra inla4-
. , . . . , . , t
44 From WILLIAMS' ADVERTISING AND PATa.Yf
ffi AGZNCT, 97 Chestnut St., St. Loul.
Every Lady and Ceni.'enun should tsj
It not only purifies and perfumes the brsith tajl
renders the teeth sound and cf a pearly wLitenea
and the gums healthy and strong, an 1 is the tott
elegant and agreeable of nil toilet a-ppeBlges.
Sold by all Druggists at 2j cents a lackag aljj
sent by mail postago psidby COL.J-.IN2rLi.OT4'
ERS, S. W. Cor. 2 J A Vice EtwcU, St. Louis, Ho.
on receipt of 23 - '
Jan. 4th l'.ea Cin 10-1 j J.S.W." c.r.p.
Notice is hereby giren that the Probato Cosrtof
Nemaha Cennty. Nebraska Territory hs appf)ia
ted the 9th day cf July, and the 13th day of Au
gust, A.D. 18dd at ten o'clock A.M.,atthe Court
Jiooia in lirownrille, to exa:nine and aliow caini
against the estate cf Doney C Chambers, deceased;
at which iinics and place alt persons haring such
claims are required to present them or they will b
forever barred. '.
Dated this Februarv, 20rh lSt',1.
22-4te,nn Administrator of said csUte.
Do Yon Wish to bo Csrcd ?
Put not the poisor.cJ chalice to your JipT
It'or peatX will be the fa.te ol hiin who sips ;
But take the herbs la freshness from the fie! J,
And to tLe potent roots dlseajo will jiell.
; Old CllAyS Er.gliScecUo Il'.lscure,
in less 1 t'l irtydaj,the wor.it yt.-K. -A V,oa
naf, Impotency, Prern.Unre Decny, Vk
no?., Jnsftnity, and Urinary, hexuat'or Sirvout
Affections, no matter r. ri whrrt caose proJajcJ.
Price One Dolfar per bojt. Sent p"fj.aiJ, ly mail
on receipt of an order. Address JAMES S. LiL ILEU
429 Broadway, 1'o.i.
P. S. Descriptive Circular sent tree cu art'.ioa-
tion. AdJrcss asabove.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A gentleman whosujered ;or yea-j f.-on 5"rToa
and Genial Debility, iigl,tly ilrci.'sior, ari l Soaiin
al Wakriecs, the result oyoutiiful indicrelion,an 1
cace ndr Riding his days in hopeles misnry, will
fr the sake cf suffering man. send to all who teed
It, (free of cLarg-,) the reido and diciiccs for
making the simple rcnody used i a his ca9. Suf
ferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's sad expe
rienco,and posses a sure and vainable remud7;aa
do so by address jng him at once at his place ui ba -tine;.
The Kooipe and full informationof viLTT
lojportaccc will thtcrfully font by .uail.
X?. 60 Xo.isau hir'ett. Nw York.
P. S. Nervous S'ufferrrs pf both scx"j wi!-! iul
this infjrmatiou inraluLle.
ERRORS OF YQV'Ttl..
A Gentleman who rsffcred fr ynrs from Xerr
u Deoiliry,Prinatare Decay, and all the effects'
of youthful iaiicretioa, will for the sake cf sufft-r-ing
hamanity, s:nd free to all who need it, the ra
ceipe and directions for making the simple re jiojy
by which he was cured. Scffersri; wuilag tt prof
it oy the alvert:2er' eiperiene. can do o tv ad
flressiBj 1 " JOU.N B.OGDEX, '
No 13 Cbesnrt SUew York.
0 TO cn. CqSLCV
AM) yOT PUFFini that vTTlbl (Ta
trov ir;g your future I iad
a ue. lie im c.. -
5u.ii!J ei.iMiuX li j'5i'nl cr" l Sn. 1 .'9
'tie LKjtor iuav beconK'iii'U in on Iron
9 X. M. uaJ 8 P. if. A 4 e'mrriuruiM tton$ Oj'icr.tia-
Konrna K.-;rat', IS' irr. i r-'l fir Bf -Joun;
ef UeaiUi patLaUei1. octaiy acil cut la any ail:,-.w.
hzi hi. post y?t, ready to perfurcn all work,par
tuining to u'u busi nc3s. -j
II')u-j and sign painting, g!jiing,an-J paper bang
ing, etc at thurt notice, and tLe nivt approved
style. Terms'Mjih. Give tia aca!!.' '" " 4
Sru.pon Mii Sujit, eaii of AtkiLscn's Cloth
ing Sutrt. . , , .
He !s rrep.ire1 tj -1j alt
Will 1 o - n n u. l n C
A X D
w a r
jtn tie neatest anl rh.3;pt t;!9 jr
Erowovilie, A; r.l 7, !y.
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