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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1866)
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'ihik Deeds, Mortgages, Executions, Revering,
' Mniar Lteense. Ac. Ac. Ac. for sale at this Office.
'B. J. 3.' WIIiLIAMS, Wbais tbe autoo
Agent In St. Louts for this paper, win attend to
m.kiof collection and purchases In that City. 0lce
BOWSVILLE, TIIUUSDATi APRIL 26, X8G6.
There will be an election held on
" FriJay, the 27thday of April, lSGS.for
" Maall for the City of Brownville.
V. W. HACKNEY,
:. , - City Clerk.
Post Offlcc Hours.
Open?, 7.30, a m., closes 9, p. m.
Eastern Mail clones ai 5 o'clock, p. m.
Northern Mail closes 0:30, p. m.
Western Mail closes, Monday,7:30, a.m
A. D. Mabsh, P. M.
Coal Oil 90 cents per gallon, at
A new lot of Books arid Stationery at
the News Depot. '. - '
Coots and Sboes J Forihe bet grr
to. HENDERSON &! CO'S.
' i'resh Figs, Raisins and Dried Fruits
"fcr sale cheap at Marsh &, Ca'a,
Wm. H. McCreery' sto.k of Oil,
Leads and Paints will be always kept up.
Fresh Mackeral, Codfish and Da if
j?alt at Marsh Sc. Co's.
Bay your Drugs. Paints, Medicines,
etc., at HOLLADAY & CO'S.
Choice Refined Coal Oil at 90 cents
per gallon at Marh Sc Co, P. O. Build-
.100 Sacks XXX St. Louis Flcar!
Just received, per Steamer Kate Kear.
.my. TIIEO. HILL & CO.
Fine Rosewood, Walnut and Gilt Pic
ture Frames at the News Depot.
A Good Brlck-Ilonldcr Wanted.
Apply to Wm. A. PolocV, in this City,
rerscnaliy or by ;etter, immediately.
Splendid assortment of Chewing and
Smoking Tobacco, Fine Cut and Plug, at
SWAN & BRO.
Call in at the News Depot and take a
look at, those splendid Lithographs.
Wm. II. McCrcerj, of the City
Drug Store, ha? yet large stock of Wall
Paper and Window Shades of trery
ILonsc and Lot for Sale, on Alain
street, in the City of Brownville, at r
largain! Enquire at this office.
Jam6 Berry has now and will- con
8.aotly keep on hand a felt ttock of just
such Dry Goods and Groceries as eTery
one needs. Drop in.
Mr. Flora intends erecting a large
business house in front cf where O'Pelts
Saloon tow stands.
Quarterlj" Meeting. Services will
beheldimhe M. E. Church ncx: Sat
urday and Sund.y, April 2S:h and 29th ;
C. W.Giddings.P. E.
David Haht, P. E.
Married. April 20th, ISCG. at the
brides fathers, by Rev. D. Hart, Mr.
Amos A. M'Ininch, of St. Joseph, and
Lfda E. Crow, of this county.
For SalC I Eighty Acres of Valua
ble Land S. hf. Se. qr,21,6, 14 with
in 10 miles of Brownville and near Glen
Hock ; water, stone and limber on it. At
bargain ! Enquire at this cflice. tf
Cigars, Smoking and Chewing Tobac
co of the choicest brands will be found
t Marsh &. Cj.'s, P. O. Building.
Dr. Crane is repairing the tuildmg cc
rupied by Theo. Hill & Co., by putting
in a heavy stone foundation, on which he
.intends erecting a brick building as soon
as brick can be had.
The work now being done by Messrs.
McCreery and Hoadley of setting out
Shade Trees on 2d Street, it commenda
ble and worthv of immitation. A few
hitching posts ought to be set out to save
Farmers, Attention I Evnn wTor
thing is Agent for the Quaker Mower,
New Ycrk Combined Reaper and Mower
Buckeye Cultivator, and Pitt's Buffalo
Thrashing Machines. Samples can be
feen just below Phil. Deuser'a Variety
Springle St McPherson have had late
ly the best supply of Xogs, and are turn-
' ing out the best lumber.as pell as the
choicest supply of Flour in the Market.
McGee & Co. are still on hand with
a large supply o! Dry Go ods and Groce
ries, which they sell cheap, and th'nk it
no trouble to show ;q customers.
Choice Famiiv Groceries iust received
and for Eale at low figures, at Marsh &.
Accident. Quite. a painful, yet not
serious, accident, befell A. W. Morgan,
of this city, last Tuesday. While he
was walking ;cn top of some heavy oak
timber, which was stacked up seasoning .
tney gave way, precipitating hiin to the
ground with them, and in the fall he had
bis right thigh broken. Dr. Crane, who
is tending on him, is a skillful physician,
pronounces the case no! a dangerous ore.
Bishop Clarkson's Visitation.
Bishop Clarkson, the new Bishop f Ne
braska, . will Consecrate St. John's
Church, Nemaha City, on Sunday, May
6th, to the Worship of Almighty God, I
according to the Rites of the Prctestent
Episcopal Church; and will also, admin
isier the Apostolic Rite of Confirmation.
On Monday evening following he will
open, with appropriate services, the new
Hall in this City.
A collection will be taken up at both
Photograph Gallery. For good
pictures, ; Photographs or Ambrotypes,
call at Ar i M." Stafford's Rooms above
the Pu Office. We areprepared to do
the best of work in the thortest possible
time, and cn as roatouable terms as any
in the West. Giretisa call. Examine
our work. We insure satisfaction.
Wo tale all torts cf pictures,
Of every itjlc cf faces,
Both Photographs and Ambrotypes,
Jn plain or fancy ca les.
A. M. STAFFORD,
New Advertisement J Look-at 'em,
read 'era over carefully. Enough will
foumi la interest every one.
The notice to "Contractors and Build
ers, -vili inter, st a larjre class.
The "Nolict" fur a two mill tar vote
on the 2nd of June, will interest every
tax-payer. We thaJl fpeak mere at
"Esiabrook's Steel Pens' we can re
commend, from an actual trial of their
rmrits, as th best Steel Pens we erer
" OslorrCs Java Coffee" comes highly
recommended as being cheaper and pos
sessing all the qualities of the best Java
II. & St. Joe 1!. R. Packet Line.
The Steamers composing this line are
the Emihe, Denver, Colorado, St. Joseph,
J. L. Lacrv and A. Majors. These
loaL running in connection with the II.
&, St. Joe R. R., afford the only r.ieans
of sure connections and a quick trip Eist;
and the Railroad having been thorough ly
repaired-and new roJiimr-toc;k placed on.
t, makes this also the most pleasant and
the safest route. The above earned boats
have all undergone ihcrough repairs, and
hive been fated up and officers with the
especial view to the tafety and comfort
Tiieo. Hill & Co., of this City, are
M. U. Sydenham's Lecture. On
ast Monday evening this gentleman de
ivered a lecture on "The Saviors of our
Country." to a highly gratified audience,
n this City. It was in aid of the Lin
coln Monument Fund. The Lecture
was well sustained throughout. In dis
cussion it was clear end pointed ; in man
ner, positive and enthusiastic ; in spirit.
oyal and philanthropic ; precisely such
an effort as fans the flame of liberty and
evokes a curse for oppression", and the
infamous assumptions of a bloated aris
tocracy. This Lecturer does his own
thinking with a freedom and boldness
that is very refreshing in these days of
double-dealing and time-servin. e
wish him all that success ta which his
moral worth entitles him.
A Family. Remedy. "Coe's Cough
Balsam."' These have become household
Words with very many families, and the
merits of tbe article justly and completely
entitle it to our confidence and Patronage.
The originator does not claim to bu a
ph)ician, but has evidently hit upon a
prescription that meet3 the wants of a
large class of sufferers. Some are testi
fying that it has actually cured them of
consumption, it is no doubt the comsump
tve.s bct friend, while for coughs,
hoarseness, and kindred troubles, we
think Tt has no equal. We predict for it
a world-wide reputation and extensive
For sale at Good Samaritan Drugstore
Fix up the Puhllc Square. Would
it not be well for our City Authorities to
fence in the Publjc Square ? Then lay
off, cut doyq the brush, trim up what
trees it would be desirable to leave, and
sow BJue Grass ? This could be done at
a moderate expense, and if done, many
of our ci'izens would subscribe liberally
in the way of planting out shade trees,
and assisting in otherwise beautifying
an4 making it a pleasant resort during
hot summer days. The Square is pleas
antly situated, and we hope our Council
will take hold of the matter and place
it in such a shape that its benefits can be
Sterling J. Morton has gone East,
doubtless to consult Vallandingharn at tq
$e ntit poye to rnike ia Nebraska.
- gaTC .QCr soles.
- Oae of the greatest bothers in buying
goods in most western towns is the fact
that one has to rca all over town to get
an outfit ; this is net the case in this city
as Theo. Hill k Co., have a complete
stock of everything that may be called
FlrC, FIre,--Wa3 the startling cry
heard last Tuesday evening in our City
for the first time in many months ; tbe
cause was a chimney burning cut in the
residence Chris. Deuser, on Water street.
It was truly refreshing to see the agility
with which numerous citizens got over
ground ; and the Hook and Ladder Com
pany, J. L.- Rcy forman, deserves espe
City Council Proceedings.
Council met pursuant to ao jourcmett
Monday night, April 23d.
Present : C. G. Dorsey, Mayor.
Aldermen : John Morrison, A. P.
CogsweJl, W. W. Hackney, Eli Wilcox,
Moved that Mr. Marlotte be appoint
ed City Assessor, to fill the vacancy oc
casioned by the resignation of T. C.
- Moved that tbe Assessor's Bond be
fixed at S100.
Moved that Mr. Ferguson be employ
ed to repair Town-Pump,
Moved that the City appropriate $15
for that purpose.
Mr. Plasters uras appointed to see that
the Pump is repaired. .
Moved that the City Marshall be in
structed to enforce the Ordinance against
the obstruction of Side-Walks ; the Mar
shall to give three days police to remove
such obstruction, and to remove such ob
struction if the notice is not complied
On motion, Mrs. Gates was exempt
from this order.
Petition of-John Flora presentented,
atking privilege to erect a wooden addi
tion 10 his house on Main street;. granted.
Geo. W. Hill presented the claims of
Mrs. Stout, asking that one-half of a
judgment against the City be converted
into orders. Mr. Cogswell was appoint
ed a committee to make any arrangement
he may see proper-in the matter.
Moved that the Clerk be ordered to
make an eihit it of the Debt and Credit
of our City, and report at our next meet
Petition presented asking for the en
forcement of Sanitary Law, etc; laid
Abo. petition asking that stores be
closed cn Sabbath, the tale of liquor re
stricted, etc. ; laid over. ,
On motion, the Clerk was ordered to
Turin slra xo;y-afr.hproceell i ngs bf e ach
meeting to the Nebraska AJvcrtiszr for
On motion, adjourned laMonday, May
J. B. JOHNSON, Clerk.
Fain lew Farmer's CInl).
April 4th, 1S66.
Club met pursuant to adjournment.
President in the chair.
Minutes read and approved.
A letter from" Edwin Smith, now at
Ft. Kearney, was handed invby Mr.
Swartz and read.
On motion, the Corresponding Secre
tary was instructed to answer Mr. Smith's
letter and request him to give the Club
the prices of produce at Ft. Kearney,
weekly, with 'he thanks of the Club for
the iast favor.
B. F. M'Ininch : A good many of my
fruit trees are winter killed; some have
stood the past winter, these I think' will
do to rely on. The following varieties
are nol hurt : Raules Jennet, Winesaps,
French Fippin. Carolina Red June,
White Winter Pearmain, Northern Spy,
Ranibo and Fall Strawberry. Those
killed or badly damaged ; Baldwin, Sum
mer Quen. Maiden's Blush, Little Red
Roma nite, Ronnn Beauty.
Geo. Bryant hava twenty-fcur
varieties, which have fared as follows:
Road IsJacd Greening, Gout of 7 killed;
Red Russet, djmmgfcd ; Newtown Pippin
damaged ; Maiden 's Blush, killed ; Jen
net, damaged ; White, Winter Pearmain,
badly damaged j Father Abraham, bad
ly damaged ; Timber Living, badly dam
aged ; Seadlings. killed. The following
trees have stood this winter unhurt J
Wagoners, W:inesaps, Fall Jennetts,
Pennsylvania Red Streaks, Bellflower.
Hocking Red Russet, Rambo, Sweet
bough, Astrachan Red, Fall Queen,
Golden Pippin, Yellow Bellfbwer, Ro
man Beauty. One Pear iree "Fle'mish
Beauty," killed. Peaches are all killed.
Common Cherry, good.' I woild not
recemmend the setting out of any variety
of trees that have been winter killed this
D. C. Bryant George Crow and others
state that their apples irees are badly
hurt, and a great many killed ; do not
know the vaiieties damaged.'
On motion, the thanks of the Club
were unonimously, voted to the A'tbraska
Advertiser for the , interest taken in the
Fairview Farmer's Club, together with
the farming interests generally.
Subject for next meeting: Best mode
of disposing cf our Corp, and of pur
chasing of our goods.
On motion adjourned to 1st Friday
evening in Mav.
" GEO, CROW, Prc?;
F. E. All?, Sec.
The adrcrtuer, harin been xciterci to health ia
few weeks bj a rery 6iaple renie jj, after liaring
fnfftred for eerertl jears with a levrre fanj afTec
tion.and that dread disease. Consumption ?s am
icus to make known io hi fellow -saSforera the
mna cf care.
To I1 who desire it, be will fend a copy of the
prescription used (fre cf rhre,, with tho direc
tion for preparing and uing the iime, whioh tbej
will Bad a jure eure fcr Con.-umptionksthma, Bron
chitis, Cou?h, Co!d-,aad all Tbroat and Lang Af
fection.. Tbe only object of th adrertifer in sen
ding tha Prescription is to benefit the aT:cted, ani
epread information which be conceives t be inTal
nable, and be hopes ercry saSFercr will try bil rom
ady, as it will cost them nothing, and mfj prove a
Parties wishing the prescription, rats, by retarn
ma.il.will t!ea6 addres
Bet. EDWARD A. WILSOJT,
Willium'burg, Kings Co.. New York.
mam V TO LADIES, imi.
Are the only and truly tffedice medicine for
Females csUut. D cot tri2o with yoar health,
aad use cheflp and dangeroo-i raedioine, which drug
gists may have bonhf, and will recommend to you,
being irornnt cf their quilitici. SIs. V inslow's
Mystic are m'ld ia theT operations ; c-onejt
al! irrcgu'aritiesand painful menstruation; rnvo
all obstruction', whether from cold ct otherwise.
No maidiii, wife or mother should be without them.
Try them u?e according to direction, and we know
the result ill be as deirec. Ask for Mrs. Wins
low's Myutu- Pills. Take nne other. Price $2,00
per box , or three boxes for 5 djllarsr For eale by
Peter E. Bfcjr, Gea- Agoat, St. Loo.it.
March 22d, tyl no 25-1 y
FEJ AlICIMi CRISIS
- -cosspcl sitotfeft : 'r
In the course of Six-Months
Watches, Clocks, Chains, Dia
mond Kings, Piano,3Ic!o
cleons, Sew In? machines,
ALL TO BE DISPOSED OF AT
Ono 3?ollar 33a.o1x
Without regart to value ! And not to be
paid for until you know what
are to receive.
After receiving the article, if it
does not please you, you can
return it and your mon
ey well be re
funded. The Ftock Comprises mongt articles, Splendid
Clocks, Gold and Silver iratcbes, Kings get with
Diamonds, Rabies, Pearls, Garnet and ofher Stones
(solitaire and in clusters). Ladies sets of Jewelry,
comprising Pins and Ear Kings of thomost fashion
able styles, set in Precious Stones of every variety,
together with a largo assortment of Gold and En
amelled and Pearl Sets Gold Studs ar.l Sleeve
Buttons of the beautiful patterns, Gents Bosom and
Scarf Pins, and an endless variety of Braceletts,
Chains .MusicalBoxes'.Head Drcss.Combs.charms.Ao
In consequcnee of the great tagnation of trade
in the Manufacturing districts of France and Eng
land, a largq quantity of valuablo Jewelry, origin
ally intended for the European market, ha3 been
sent oS for s.ilo in this country, and must be soi l at
any sacrifice? Under these circumstances the
-WATCII & GOLD JEWELRY CO." havo resolv
8ulject to the following regulations :
Certificates naminj? each article and its VALUE
are plaeed in SEALED KNVELOPKS, which are well
mixed. One of these Envalope, containing the Cer
tificate or Order for some Article, will he delivered
at our office, or sent h mail to any address, without
regard to cbi'loe, on receipt ot 25 Cents.
On receiving l e Certificate the purchaser will tee
what Article it draw, and its value, andean then send
One Dollar and receive the Article named, or can
choose any other one Article on our List of the same
SE'D 2ii CENTS FOR A CERTIFICATE.
'In all transactions by mail, we shall charge for
forwarding the certificate, paying postage and do-
closed when the certiQcateua sent. Fve certificates
for $1 , eleven 52 30 for $5, 65 for $10 and 100 for
Agents. We want agents in every town and
county in the country, and those acting as such j
will be allo-vcd ten cents on evory Certificate or
dered by them provided their remittence amounts
toil. Agents will collect 25 cents lor every cer
tificate, and remit loccr.tsto us, either in cash or
postage Ftamps, Agents remitting at once $30,will
be entitled to a beautiful Silvor Watch, and also
riease write your Name. Town, County and'
State I'lainly, end address all order to
WATCH AND GOLD JEWELRY CO.
38 Liberty St., New York.
10-2 2-6m rd,nn.
From WlLTfAMS' ADVERTISING AND PATEN
tftr AGENCY, 97 Chestnut St., St. Louis, Mo.
Every Lady and Gentleman should use
roEim' IIAWLEY'S roaro
It not only purifies and perfumes the breath ba)
re n dors the teeth sound and of a pearly whitenesy
and the gums healthy and strong, and is tbe most
elegftht and agreeable ot nil toilet appendages.
Sold by all Druggists at 25 cents a package aHn
5cnt by mail postage paid by COLLINS BROTd
ERS, S. W. Cor. 2d & Vine Streets, St. Louis, llo.
on receipt of 35
Jan. 4th 1S85 6m 10-15 J. S. W. o,nn.
Lyon's Periodical Drops.
THE GREAT FEMALE REME
DY FOR IRREGULARITIES.
These Drops rc a scientifically compounded fluid
preparation, and better than any Pills, Powders, or
Nostrums. Beii.g liquid, their action Is direct and
positive, rendariB.i4m a reliable, speedy and cer
tain srvciflc for the cure ot all obstructions and sup
pressions of nature" Their popularity is indicated toj
the fact that over 10O ICO bctiles sre annually sold
aud consumed by the ladies of the United States, eve
ry one of whom po in the utr ingest terms of praise
of tbfiir Rreat merit. Tey are rapi-liy latin? the
plare of every othe-Female Benieiy, and are ct.nsi'V.
ercd by ail b know aucht of them, as the surest, sa
fest, and moxt inUl iable prrparatioa in the world,
for ths cure of all female complaints, the removal of
all obstructions of nature, d the promotion of health
regularity and Mrfnp'h. Ksplitit 01-ections statins
mben they may be ueri, and unla ning when and why
they should nut. norconld not housed without produ
cing effects contrary f nature' rjwen. laws, will be
found carefully folded around ea b boitle, ' with the
written tlsnalure ot Jonx L. Lvos, without which
none are Kenuiue.- - .
Prepared by Drt JOXIS L. trOV, 105 Chapel Street,
New lUvcn.Oonu., who can be ecnsulted either per
sonallv. or tv mail, feaclosini stamp ) conernin? all
private disease and female weakness. Price $l,5o
Sold by Druggists eveiywhere
C. G. CLAUC it CO.,
Gen't 'sents for U. S. and Canada
-Otlins Pros. St. Louis. Wholesale
L'ller, Fixch a Fuller, Cbicaeo. S Agents
Decerahar 7th 1865. ly. Io-13 1112 ld.nn, jsw
The Creditors of Samuel G. Daily, decsas? 1, will
take notice, that the Probate Court cf Nemaha
County, Xcbiitska Territory, taa appointed the
I2th day of November, . d. 1863, and the 10:hd.iy
of Dei-ember, a. d. 1 335 as the times, and the Offico
of the Probate Jcdge of said County, in Brownville
in sail County, as the place for the hcaiingofall
claims against said deceased. Unless the cUims ot
crc li tor are presented, to the said Probate Court
for allowance upon one of the dars ms&tionedjthey
will not be entitled torjmeBt.
April 18lh 1SC.
CEO. W. FAIRBROTHER,
30 5t ff.na Probate Judgo.
MASTERS SALE OF LAND.
Notice is hereby given that I will offer for ralo
at public auctirn, at (he front door cf Hoad
ley'n flail in the City of Rrownvilleemaha Coun
On the 2Sib day of May, A. D- 1S66
at one o'clock p. in. the following real estate, to
The North West qiartcr of Section 17 in Town
ship 6 North of R4ige 14 East, containing 160
acres situated in the raid County of Nemba. The
above will be sold by virtue of a decree and an or
dr of faie frenithe chancery of th District Court
of Nemaha County .Nebraska Territory, and to mo
directed as special Master in the case wherein
Henry Uamm on administrator of ths Estate of John
B. Laurent is plaintiff and the unknown heirs cf
Francis Putignt, Jofpcr A. Ware aEd liarbara A.
Synsamire are defendants.
Given under wy hand thi 12tb day of April,
ISoS. 1K1 O.GL1GOW.
ff,nn 235t Saeritfaal S.-lal JJiitor.
ORG AH & HEVETT.
Respectfully sinoiuce to the pubtic that they
are ra.inufeturisg tbd .
LEEPEK & KIDDER BIDIXG PLOW
We have theexclmive right to th manuf icture
and 'Hie of these plows in this Territory and ad
joining counties of Missouri, and intend to tnpply
all demanda so far as p.acticab!o.
- It is conceded by all who have tested ths Leepcr
& Kidder Cultivator, that it is superior - to alt
others, in tbe following respects i
1st. The plowman can riio easier and pb v with
2nd. Any person who can drive 4 team can man
3d. Crooked rown cf corn are plowed as easily
and thoroughly as straight ones, the piowcaan sit
ting so as to observe the corn, aad tee it the work
is well d ,ne.
4th. It is guided bya perfectly natural and easy
foot motior, and doos uot cramp or lire the plow
man. 5th. The plow, while ia action, is moved with
6th. The shovels may bo adjusted t-J any depth,
and any desired space between them is e-uily ob
tained. 7th. It has adjustable ihields to prevent young
corn from being covered.
8th, It is admirably adapted to p'cwingt a small
Every cultivator is well made, of good material,
and warranted to do good work.
We refer to the fallowing nam-d persons, who
last year bought and used tbe cultivator manufac
tured by Morgan A Mead, ia Atchison couaty, Mis
A. J. Richardson, Nemaha county, Nebraska.
T J Robinson,
Shoemaker A Co do
Jesaee Crook do
J B Watingly Gage
J H Parker, Ato'iison county, Miisouri.
John Van Meter do
M J Porter do
A S Campbell do
W H Vanlovtn do
John Barder do
David Bcrtrand do
Jacob Jallawcnny do
Andrctr Buck do
Mr Cristy do
W C Morgan do
Wm May do
W T Robinson do
Moses Tibbttts do
Stephen Clayton do
G W Woolsey do
Mr Terrell do
Mr McDonald do
Mr Burnett do
. A Dillman do
Mr Turner do
" EoSol jiitclueTdo V J
Erne?'. LanskiDg dD
May A Lahue do
Bcnnet King do
P Barnhurst do
S C Woods do
G W Smith do '
Phillip Walters do
JC Miller r do
A Morgan Nodoway
O V Ilaler do
R B Casey do
Mr3 Schuyler do
J R Bradford do
L A Rogif do
T J Rogers do
J II Walker do
J SBasford do
Mr Crocker do
J D Enock do
M Fisher Uolt
John Tidgen do .
Wm Hickman do
D Thompson do
" CO .
THE GANG, TRENCH,
Have been Designed Especially
to Meet tlie TVants ofrarniers.
t"One man and four horses can do more Work,
and do it better, with this plow, than two men
with two disconnected plows.
Tho following are sums of the advantages these
Plows hivo over others :
1st. They are so arranged that they eanno rite
out cf the ground hu striking a sod or hard
place, injuring thorough wok.
2nd, They are the lightest draft of any Plow,
either r?je or double, nccordi.ig to tbe report cf
the Committee of Trial of JuipleiDeuts, at Decatur,
III., Se'ptemver, 1S?3.
3d. They are more easily managed ; any stoat
boy ten years old caa manage them.
4th. lbey are more compact and ana simple,
therefore not to liable to get oat of order.
These Hows nave taken rive
First Premiums at the Illinois
State Fairs, and Four at
lovra State Fairs.
The Trench Plows are used for breaking Prairio
cr Medow 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 tha sub-soil
to the surface, covers tne sod completely, so tnat it
is out of the war of after culture.
tifW'e will promptly 11 all orders for the above
named plows at this place.
We are also prepared to do Custom Work in
i ood and iron, & oytniog pertaining to us
Pepairicg Wagons, 3lacuinery,Shceto,&c.
Prompt attention given to Customers in this line
at the boops fronting
COGSWELL'S LtTEBY STABLE,
x-U ON THE LEVEE.
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On hand at his Store I$ooas,
Wara that can be bought anywhere
Ho ha, and wi'I eonstantly keep on hand, a complete assortment of Dry Good, Grocer', Dc-ti at I
Shoe, Hats and Caps, Cutlery, Glassware, Queensware, Hardware, Crockery Ware. t7v ij Vi"ar,
Willow Ware, and all kinds of ware usually kept ia a first-clas Retail Store, that will wsf al
PERILS : LOW TJOWIT FOR CASH !
navinj just boo3Tit cut the entire establishment, it becomes necessary to collect all debts dae:h
old linn; to that end I hereby give noti ce that all accounts due the firm of J. Berry A Co., api4 9 J
the lrt day of March, IS3J, will bs placed ia tho hands of an officer for Collections.
January 1st, 1S63.- . ly - JAMtS i?E.vR1 .
WHOLES A. X-E
ST osepii, Mo.
You!d call the attention of DEALER5 o tbeirjmmensestock of
Drags and 31edlclne3, School Eook,
Patent Medicines, Blnk Dooks,
Glass and Glassware, Wrltlns Pperv
r Ints nd Oils, - Envelopes,
Spices and Dje-stnCs, Coal 011 nd u
Pure Wines, Liquors, &c., c,
Which were bought for ca.h of Manufacturers, Importers and Publishers, and will be sold at the xsX
favorable prices. Buying in largo quantities from first hanis, they aro ,enab!ed to ofcr atra iadoao
ments to the trade.
They are the North-western Wholesale Agent3of Dr. D. Jayne A Son, and of Dp. J
C. Ayre A Co., and can furnish tboir Mcdieines in any qumtities. (10 l-Ij
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Impbrter7and liblesalbnd'&ctailjDealcr in Iron,
STEEL and HEAVY HAEBTvAEIi.
' " Wagon, Carriage, and How Woodworks.
Springs, Axes, Axels, Shovels end Spades,Filei and Rasps, Chains, .Carriage aal.Tire BJts, Xutts ia
Washer?,-Nails, Horse nail., Horse A Mule Shoes, Saws, etc. cts.
Castings and Hollow Ware, Sugar Kittles Andirons, Skil!et3 andLids,
Stew pots. Bake ovens, Fruit kettles and Sad Irons.
Blacksmiths' Tools. Anvih, Strcks and Dies, Bellows, Sledge and Hand Ilara.
tners, Vises, Pincers, Rasps, Farriers' Knives, Tuyere Irons, Wrenches, Ao.
O Yokes, Axle Grease, Ox chains, Wogon Jacks, Ox Shoe nails, Shovels and Pickj,GoId Fans,"t, 7
HuIosj, 3rol3ceEi audi 23oxxt-atxxlT.
1,000 CELEBRATED MOLHSrElPILOWS
Just patented, and superior to any yet invented ; and
McCormlck's Mowers and Reapers, Kallcrs Horse Corn Planters
Sulky Corn Cultivator, Hand Corn Planter, Corn Shellcrs, I'ay Rakes, etc. etoeac.
Bujing my goods direct from fue manufacturers, I ciTor great iottticetaen:
TO WHOLESALE PURCHASERS AT
ConstaWe's Iron and Steel Warehouse
ST. JOSEPH, MO,
THE GREAT FAME which Maguire's Hair Eftlm has acquired In restoring tie natural color, (nottf
'Ins) growth and bealtbr condition of tbe balr, thereby softening and beaatifjiaj it, has reudere? It iaie
unprecedented. Bead tbe following from well known ci!izns :
Mettrt. Maguire: We bave tested your Invaluable FI AIR. BALf, and it has retorei tbe polorand zrowt
of our balr to our entire put in fact ion. and we can cheerfully recommend It to ttQ pubt.
(Signed,) I. A. BKNOIST, Banker ; WM R. BABCOCU, Secretary ani Librarian O.' Fallon Pulyte 1
nic Institute; J03. C. BARLOW, Vc. President War Relief Fund Commitie.
Prepared only by J. C. MAGUIRE, Chemists and Druirgisu, southwest corner 2nd and OUve Streets, snd
Sold by all Druggists Price SI. 00 per Bottle.
Diarrhea, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, &a, &c,
DIAGilUL'S Compound Extract of nL.VC IJL.4rT.
VIIIIH OAJI 1AU X lyUn.HI5IIVH. M). IU.H.01D31. a I. IJjtllt . 10. 17-
Mestr$. . tr C. MdcUire, Druggitt -Genflemen : TfceAgeoUof tbe Commission bave distrlbated larceH
In tho Artsy your fcxtnet of Beuue Flant, the cure
to Its excellent qualities, aud tbe success with which u
J,G. ToSSaS, Secretary Wettern Sanitary Commission.
War fctLiri- .-.g or St. LocisCocxtt, Presi diet's Qrrcz, EJ 5?auer St., I
St. aui. Mo., Jmoary 3'.ta. 1S;5. J
Sleifrs. J. t- C. Maguire. DrvtjgUtt : We bave cued your Cmnd Jiv tract of Bnne Plant imoc'minr of
the soldiers' lami lies re-t-iing Lei e, with the most
tbe best Diarrhea Mediciue In use and hope Its u.edical
K.T. BROCK. Srary.
MAGUIRER'S EXPECTOBANT SYRUP.
The Great Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Btonchitas, Spilling of Blood am
ALL DISEASES OF THE LtNGS,
Has been use mcstsceces&cl'y and to a great extent In St. Louis and vicinity for more than twrntvyears.
and pronounced by all who bare taken it to be the most wcnJerfal remedy for Chst Complaint ever discover
ed. It is entirely vegetable, anican be used wtm th utmt aafety. Try It all afii't).
MAGUIKE'S ALTERATIVE ELIXER.
Mill Cure Scrofula, Rheumatism Neuralgia, Gout, Jllercurtat and Syphiloid
Afftctions, Goiirr, Swellings of the Joint?, Caries of the Bona, Ulcers. Cutaneous
Eruptions, Blotches, Pimples, Enlargements of the. Glands, Constitutional Disorder
and all diseases arising from Impurity of the Blood. PrlCC 2 PCT Cottl?.
J. & C. MaGTlSK, Chemists and Drsrcists, Sjle Proprietor, St. Lonig, Mi. They are sol i by Druggists
everywhere. Jj-6'end Jor one of our Almanacs for further information J
Chills and Fever, Bilious and Intermittent Fevo?
Dumb Ague, etc., etc.
Tv MAGUIRE'S A-OITK MIXTUTE.
This iledicine is ncdoubtedly tbe most (Bictuat remedy ever elercdfor the cure of the above coS
plainns. It has been thoroughly tested this season, owing to the scarcity of other preparations aid b.-M
succeeded in establishing for itself a fair reputation supsrior to that of any Medicine. It hi never beea
known to fail and is warranted to cure in evsry Instance. o Medicine has a more powerful effect n tie
LlVCr than this, it is a superior Tonic in debility Price 31,50 per bottle. Nov. 30 13'iS ly. ro.nn
SPECIAL NOTICE. !
Worthy the attention of both Maxz3 and Fe
males, who are. in want of busines. Ths well
known Houm of S. M.Ward k Co., Manufacturing
Jewelren , 203 Broadway, N. wish to esteblUh
an Acexct in every town in the United States, and
in c rdcr that the gent can bave a sample to ex
hibit to their customers, they will send as a sample
on the receipt of $2,C0, a genaiae Gold Pen (war
ranted), with SilTer Extension Casoann Pencil, to
gether with a Wholesale Circular to Agents, and
eleven certificates, or a Sample Certificate for 25 eta.
There is no A scat but what can maze eauly $3 a
day, and often $13. 23-3m
Ayer's Ague Cure. -
P. j 1 1
ilaln St., EroTinTlHe, SeSKsSa.
of Diarrhea and Dysentery, and their reports te.uf
has been usel in tb treatmeiiof thec'atlir.t.
atitfctory result. We unhj.,i tatinly recommeoii u aa
qua.ities ill toon be more et'rn. tvely known
STRANGE, BUT T11UE.
Every young lady ana gentleman ia ho United
Statos can hear something very much ti their ad
vantage by return mail ( free of charge ),by address-r
ing the undersigned. Thuse having fears of beinj
bumbnged will oblige by sot noticing this card.
All orders will please ddtes their oWd im t servant
TH03. F. CHAPMAN,
S31 2roaiw3y, New Xorx.
S- 11. P. 2.l-1y
Taken up by tee undersigned liicj (our Soot
of Aspinwall, Nemha County, Neorakacn tne IO13
6z? of Decemfcr 1S65, one red and. white Sri Stees
with crop o7 t&e ieft ear and aalt crop off the rixht
ear supposed 14 it 2 years o!d.
i WILLIAM K. LAMBIS7.
Oyer's Cathartic' Pills
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