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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1866)
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Wank Deeds, Mortgages, Executions, Replevins
" Marriage License.&e. &c. Ae. for sale at this OCbc'
'MB- J- 3- WILLIAMS, Whou the autboT".
jpj Agent in St. Louia for tula paper, in attend to
oi.kiog col lection and purchase la that City. PJle
'67 Chestnut Street, N. E. cor.tik.
El:OWNVILLE, IHUUSPAY. MAY, 17, 1SC3.
PiiowitviLLj:, Nebraska. )
May, 15th, 18GG
GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN Esq.
The uadersigned haeirg been appoin
ted a committee for lhat purpose, would
jc.cpecifully invite you to deliver a lec
ture before the Brcvrnville Literary So-
tiety, on sucu subject, and at such time.
as maj luit your convenience to indicate.
Knowing your disposition to aid in be
nevolent and Literary enterprise?, and
in view of the very general wih on tbe
part ci our citizens to henr a lecture from
you, we most eincerly trust that you nny
Ccd it convenient to accept this invita
We are, tir, with great respect, your
R. F. Bas.het 3
Evan Vorthikg Commute
E. V. Thomas, j
BaowNviLLi;, Nebraska. )
May, ICth 1S6G.
R. F. Barret, Evan Worthikg, E.
XV. Thomas, Committee :
My visit to yjur beautiful Town, has
been too pleasant, courtesy of your peo
tle too mrakedf or me to decline your
As turgested by your informal meeting,
the proceeds would not be misplaced if
devoted to the purchase of a Bell for the
substantial and elegant School House your
citizens are showing so much enterprize
1 will ve yru a few dayB notice, so
that my time on suit yours, as to the
You are my friends, and I am yours.
Gioitcn Frascis Train.
A meeting of the Brownville Liter
ary Society, will be ht Id at MePherson's
1 la! I. in this City to morrow evening,
May lS:h at half past even o'clock P.M.
E. W. THOMAS, Sec.
Ordcrsfcr Ice will be promptly filled
ly GEO. V. STEPHENS.
j Fin.- Cider Vinegar at Marh & Co's.
ItOfHce' Build ing.
Dan Cas.illo's Circus, which exhibited
ia this city last Monday', was the best
that ever exhibited in this section of No
Iraika. 100 Sacks AM St. Louis Flour!
j Juat received, per Steamer Kate Kear-
THEO. HILL & CO.
j . m. II. McCreery, or (lie City
j Drug Store, has yet a large stock of Wall
Paper and Window Shades ei tvery
Choice let of Hannibal Flour, for
sfcle at . SWAN & BRO S.
j House ana Let for Sale, n Main
I street, in the City of Brownville, at a
bargain! Enquire at this office. tf
Sprirgle &, Mcrhesoti have had late
ly the best supply of Logs, and are turn
ing out the best lumber. as well as the
choicest supply of Flour in the Market.
LlniC ! Lime!! I have now and will
constantly keep on hand enough Lime to
surr'y the market, at my Kiln on the
Nemaha at Long's Bridge.
32-tf HENRY HARMON.
Fcr Sale ! Eighty Acres of Valua
U Land-S. hf. Se. qr,21,G, 14 with
ia 10 miles of Brownville and near Glen
Ruk ; water stcne and timber cn it. At
a b argain ! Enquire at this office. if
Yeast. Tbe Brownville Brewery has
now a fresh spring of Hop Yeast ftr
frier's and Family use, and will keep it
oa hand constantly.
Tosl oniec Hours.
Opens, 7.30, a. in., closes-9, p. m.
Eastern Mail closes at 5 o'clock, p. m.
Northern Mail closes 0:30, p. m.
Western Mail cIoses,Monday,7:30, a.m
A. D. Marsh, P. M.
orry net thy sweet sul for choice
&y Goods, Henderson & Co. have 'em.
Summer Suits, cf all descriptions, at
Minson &, Co's.
Sands' CMcazo Ale
n superabundance at Worthing's Sal
I i ......
i I ccice Brands of Tobaaco.and Cigars
i i wMahh&.Co'a.-
I Sllmrv,v TT. .
I j iiRts, oi all descriptions,
I j Amson 5c Co's.
j stock of Bocisand Shoes at Al-
sea & Co's
During the past week ihe firm of At
kinson c Co., Lave received a large and
extensn-e - stack of Spring and Summer
Clothing, .cf the post fashionable make,
and which they will sell at prices which
Down Willi the Trices!
McCreery, cf the City Druj Store,
ha; just received a large invoice cf New
Go.ds in Lis line, which are going off
rapidly on recount of the low rates at
which he is selling.
Cassimere Suits, full assortment at
Atkinson & Co's.
Npw Sieck of Photographic Albums
and fancy Photographs at Marsh &, Cos.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, full and
con-plete stcck at Alkinscn Zt Co's.
Mcple Sugar, Sassafrass Bark and
Tatent Medicines at Marsh Sc. Co's.
Atkinson &. Co., cell: low, you know,
there's the place to go, ycu bet !
Jew Books and Novels just received
at Mann Sc Co's. News Depot.Subscrip
tiens received fcr all the principal News
papers ap-J Magizines.
Many distinguished strangers have
visited our city during the past week.
Gfo. Francis Train, who said one -day's
stay in such dull places as London or
Paris gave him ib blues, remained here
(wo days I Dr. Adonis, special western
correspondent cf the Louisville Journal,
and I. Early, of Phttsmouth, were com
pelled to step here over Tuesday. Mor
ton and G. L. Miler were round loose,
fixing up Democratic things generally.
Fine Imperial Tea, Choice Rio Cof
fee an3 Genuine South Cafolina Rice at
Marsh & Co's., Post Office Building.
See the two Bills now before Congress
which we publish in to-day's paper. To
Hon. P. W. Hitchcock are we indebted
for the Penitentiary bill and the last
ainet dment to the railroad bill, and on
ly wich he lad a vote lo secure their pas
In ibis connection we will mention our
obligation to him for seeds and public
If faith would cure disease, ourpbTsi
icans' occupation would be gone ; ihe
ailictrd need but read the advertisements
in the papers to be "made whole;" but
the Los: ruins prepared by these pseudo
doctors does r.ct often "back up" the faith
inspired by these advertisements. We
do not mean to condemn all so-called pa
tent medicines, for some have been found
to be very valuable. In this class we
would include Cce's Ccugh Balsam, for
cough?, crouphoarseness, fee, and Coe's
Dyspepsia Cure, for indigestion, dyspep
sia, and all troubles of the stomach or
bowels thay have been tested in thous
and? of cases. Our dealers all sell their.
compel us to sell
In the coarse of Six JlontSis
TVntcIics, Clocks, Chains, Dla
it urn (1 ESings, IianosvMcIo
ilcons, Scwin? Machines,
ALL TO BE DISPOSED OF AT
Ono ZOollcvx 1 JHctolx.
Without regart ti-value ! And not to be
paid icr 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 Stock Comprises onwEgyt articles, Splendid
Clocks, Gold and Silver Hatches, Twines set with
Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, Garoet and other Stones
(folituiro and in clusters). Ladies sets of Jewelrj,
cf iniirtsinj Pint and Ear uins of the mo$t fashion
ahlo stj les, fet in Precious Stones of every variety,
together with a large assortment of Gold aDd En
nmellcd and Pearl Sets Gold Studs and Sleeve
Rattan of the beautiful patterns, Gents Hosom find
Scarf Pins, nnJ an endless variety of Bracoletts,
Chain, Musiclluxcs.Ilead Dress.Cc tubs, charms.
In concequenee vt the great tanation of trado
in the Manufactnrirg dir-tricts of Franco and Eng
land, a large quantity of valuable Jewelry, origin
ally intended for t'io European market, has been
frr.t oil for sale in thi country, and must bold at
any focriCec? Under Ihcse cirenmstances tho
"WATCH & GOLD JEWELRY CO." bve resolv
subject to the lollowinir regulations:
Certificates nanijnc ccli article and iti VALUE
are traced ii KALtlD KXVKLOPK3, which are well
mixed. One nf tbese Envslope, containing the Cer
tificate or Order tur om Article, will te delivered
at our effice, or pent b mail to any address, without
repaid toiuoic, on receipt of 25 Cent.
On receiving ti e Certificate the purchaser will see
what Article it draw, and if valne, andean then send
Oris Dollar and receive the .Articlo named, or can
choose crty otht rone Article on onr 1-istot the saaie
W ''SEND 23 CENTS FOR A CERTIFICATE.
lu all traEsacti t;s by mail, wo shall charge for
forwarding tbe certificates, paying postgo and do
ing the business 25 cents each, which must be en
closed ben tho certificate ii sent. Fvo certificates
for SI, eleven 12 SO for $5, 65 for $10 and 100 for
Agents. We want agents in every town and
coutty in tbe country, and those acting as such
will be allowed ten cents on evory Certificate or
dered ly them provided their rcmittence rrnoucU
to$l. Agmts will collect 25 cents for every cer
tificate, and remit 15 cents to us, cither in cssh or
tustage e tamps, Agents remitting at onco $30, will
e entitled to a beautiful Silvor Watch, and also
Pleaso writo your Name, Town, County anc
State plainly, and addrers ail order to
WATCH AND GOLD JEWELRY CO.
C5 Liberty St., New York.
The Creditors of Samuel G. Daily, deeensrsd. will
take notice, that tbe Prelate Court of Nemaha
County, Ntbtatka Territory, las appointed the
I2th dnv of November, a. d. lbbr. and the lOihday
of December, a. d. 1SG5 as the iimes, and the Office
of the Probate Judge cf baid C( u'tya Prowcvule
in said Couatr, as the place fur the hearin - of all
claims ugainst said deceased. Unless the cliims ot
creiitor are presented, to the said Probate Court
for allowance upon one cf the dars mentioned Uiey
will not te entitled to pajment.
April 19th 1SC6.
CEO. W. FAlREKOTnER,
50 5t ff,nq Probate Judge.
FOR THE MILL10.YH!
TEX IIFXDREO .THOrSAXDtfX
AH Citn be suited in the
Just received at tba
Main Street, Brownville, Nebraska.
All Kind, Pattcrnsand Stjles. Everything in the
IE O C 13 IS
Line best quality
Boots, Shoes, 'Woo 'en and
Best brands. Dried end Canned
3P XT I T O -
Nails, Glass, Sasii, Queens
MERO EEjST T
MAIN STREET, BROWNVILLE, NERRASK4,
lias j a 3t received the largest supply of
SFIMLXG AXD SNUIER
60BDS FOR OUT'S WOAD.
Ever brought to this market, and is prepared to
make the in up in
THE VER Y LA TEST ST YL ES
Work Warranted- & Terms Casli!
January lt 1865 p'd to Oct. ICth 1865.
swam k nmmm
(Succeescrs to McTjangMin &. Swan.)
A'emafta Yallcy Bank Building. .
We respectfully announce to the
Public ih it they have now in store, a
New and Large Stock tf
To which they invito the attention
YOU WILL FIND THE BEST
Sugars, Teas, Rio ana Java Cof
fin, Pure Cifier Yluegcr and Coal
WAN & BM.
Canned Fruits in great variety and
of the lest quality ; Catsup, pickles.
Oysters. Sardines, Clams, French
Mustard, Worcestershire Sauce and
Western Reserve Cheese at
SWAN & BROS
Swn and Brother, xlesire to call
particular attention to their large
and varied Stock of
Tobacco, consisttng of Natural Leaf
and Nectarine and other favorite brands
of Plug Totacco and best qualities of
Fine cut a id Smoking Tobacco.
Wrought aiid Cut Nails, of all size,
Spades, Shovels. Brooms, Sewing Twine,
and Scoop Shovels at
SWAN & BRO'S.
TIic I:!glicst price paid forEallcr,
Egs and country produce at
S"VSr & BRO.
Consult your interst hy examin
ing Swan & Bro's. Goods and prices
before Luyicg elsewhere.
Looli hcxe Boys !
Fuil instructions by which a person can master
the art cf Ventriloquism in a f w hours. Satisfac
tion given tr money refunded in every case.
rnce t-y roil ona dci.ar. scad yoar money and
nke a wotli of fun and a fortune.
Address, XI. A. JAGGERS,
March 15 3nonths CaJbona Ills.
1 l , r--r 3 "ii n
mt (It ttXtS
I JL Y fa m ,
SALE OF APPRAISED STOCK.
On Saturday, Hay, 26th 1SS6, at 10 o'clock A.M.
I will offer fer sale, to the highest bidder for cash
in hand, on the premizes cf H. Alderman's, living
0 te and one-half miles from Brown vile, on the read
from Brownville, to Nebmska City, one etray steer
described as follow3 ;
Read Koia Steer, with half crop frcn under right
ear, about three years old last Srring, Appraised at
Thirty-five dollars. And row in bis t-cysession.
R. V. RUG IIES.J. P.
SALE OF APPRAISED STOCK.
On Saturday, May, th l65,at 2 o'clock P.M.
1 will eClr for sale ta the highest bidder, for cosh
in haLd.on the premisea of Joseph Thcapr.n Sen.,
living e miles west from BrownvUlc, in Nemaha-
r-r. f - "pKrail- OnstraT t w iccrib"d as fol-
! I ( u. - "' J J -
lows : Une rea ana wane eow,cri;p oi we r.gi.
nr nntrKt in If ft r. oit1k w'lil in tho face.
Supposed to be 5ve years old. Taken up by Joseph
Tbimpson.and now in bis possession, Talaed at
Twenty-Lve collars, a a. t; utuato.j.i.
SALE OF APPRAISED STOCK. ,
On Friday, May, 25th 185, at 10
I will tlTerlor sa'e, to the highest bfldtr for ens h
... v - - - - J - r
rA t, IIawj . Som bil nn lli flanlr. low
er portion of the tail ST. 4 years o! 1, appr&Ucd at
Tvcea'y-SVe dollars. TttkeuupbyS.il Clayton,
and uuvr ia his possession. 23 ii V. UUGIIES, ,jp.
LOOD ! EUMOE
positively cure SCRCFELA, ERYSIPELAS,
;FEPSIA, INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN, or
any HUMOR in the BLOOD or STOMACH, and for
PURIi' YIM tbe M. si KM and tUAUiUAii.Mi
all TRACES OF DISEASE this rcmody has no
equal, and for Building up the Sratcm, and giving
new Strength and Vifjor. Its ur pur ailed success
since its introduction, and tho wonderful cures it
has and is daily perferming arc iU bot fruarranteo
and we earnestly desircth.it every sufferer shall
give it a trial. Sold by all Druggists. Price one
dollar a bottle.
COIIXS ER OTHERS,
T. L O UIS, MO. Proprietors .
Will cure the ITCH or SALT JtHEUM,
in a few applications. It ah cures prairie Scratch
es Chilblains, Uleersand all Eruptions of the skin,
where other remedies have been tried in vain,cures
speedily and thoroughly. Price 50 cents a box.
Sold by all druggists. Ry sending 0 cents in a
letter to COLLINS BROTHERS, S. W.cor. 2nd &
V1q4 hti., St. Louis, Mo., it wili be scot by mail
free of postage.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A Centleman who suffered for yoars from Nerv
ous Debdity, Premalure Decay, and all the effects
of youthful indi?oretKn, will for the sake of suffer
ing humanity, s-nd free to all who need it, the re
ccipe and directions for making the simple remody
by which he was cored. SuScrers wishing to prof
it by the advertiser's experience, can do so by ad
dressing JOHN 13. OGDEN,
No 13 Chcscut St., New York.
WANTED! Agents, Male and Female, at $75 to
$IiO per month, to sell the celebrated
Common Sense ramily Sewing Machine
This Machine will do ail kinds of work equal to
ths hih priced Machines, and is the only practical
and e Labi Cheap Sewing Machiao in the world.
SECVMC & COn Chicago, Ills ,.or Clevelond, O.
. . .. .
Principal 03ce,No. 2 Custom Houi3 Plaio Chisago
10-2G ly fi.nn
Gsorg9 Eryoct, PlaintitT, "j Before Frederick Al
VS. ,' len J. P. of Nemaha
William W. Ran drill Defca- j County, Territory of
dant . J Nebraska.
On the Gib. day of April, A. D. 1SGG
sakl Justice issued an order of attachment in the
above action for the sum of ten dollars.
Fairvicw.N.T. GEORGE BUY ANT.
inaofiV TO. LADIES. ) fills.
Are the only safe and truly Jftctic medicine for
Females extant. Do not trifle with your balth,
and u?e cheap and dangerous medicine, which drug
gists may have bought, and will rojonimend to you,
being ignorant of their qualities. M8. 'vYinsk.w's
Mystic Pi'.l? are mild in t!:eir operations; conet
all irregu'iiirities and painful menstruation; remove
all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise.
No maiden, wife or mother should be without them.
Try them use according to direction?, and we know
the result v ill be as desirer. A.'k for Mrs. Wins
low's Mystic Pills, lake none o'her. Price C'2.00
per box , cr three boxes for 5 dollars. For sale by
Teter E. Blow, Gen. Agent, St. Louit..
March 22d. ISM r0 25-ly
i From II.LIAMS' ADVKRTISIu AXD PATEXi
i'f AG EX UY, 97 Chestnut St., St. Locis, JIo.
Every Lafly and Gentleman should use
FOR Tin f U A WLEYS FOE TEJ
Teeth. V.DENTAL CREAM jBreath.
It not only puriCes and perfumes the breath bui
renders the teeth sound and of a pearly whiteness
and the gums healthy and strong, and is the most
elegant and agreeable ol all toilet appendages.
Sold by all Druggists at 25 cents a package alln
sent by mail postage paid by COLLINS BROTd
EKS, S. W. Cor. 2d& Vino Streets, St. Louis, Mo.
on receipt of 33
Jan. 4th 1S00 Cm 10-15 J.S. W. c,nn.
Lyon's Periodical Drops.
THE GREAT FEMALE REME
DY FOR I R REGULARITIES.
These Drops are a scientifically compounded fluid
preparation, ana better thaa any Pills, Powders, cr
Ncstiuuis. Being liquid, their acttcn is direct and
positive, rendering them a re.liab'e, speedy and cer
tain specific for tho cure ot all obstructions and sup
presslons cf nature. Their popularity Is indicated by
the fact that over 100 too brttls aro annually sold
and coot uuied by the ladies of the United States, eve
ry one of whom speas in the strongest terms of praise
of their great merits. They are rapidly taking the
place of every other Femaie Retne!y, and are consid
ered by ail who know aught of thesu, s the surest sa
fest. and most lnralliable preparation in the world,
for the cure of all female complaints, the removal of
all obstructs r.s ot nature, and the proiuution of health
regularity and strength. Explicit directions stating
when they may be used, and expia niug when aad why
they ehould not, nor could not be u-ccd without produ
ciuu effects contrary to nature's chosen laws, will be
fo-,ind carefui'y folded around enh bt!e, with the
written tisnature ui Jons L. Lion, without which
none are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOnX L. LTOX, 105 Chapel Street,
Xew Haven, Conn., who ca: be consulted either per
sonally, or ty mail, (enclosiu; stauip ) con-erninx all
private diseases and femalo weaSncia. Prico $l,5o
C. G. CIAKk CO.,
Gen'l AzeuXa for U. S. and Canada
J0 i,nN8 Eros. St. Louis. ) Wbolesale
t'CiLta, Fixch 4i Fulieii, CLica?o. $ Agents '
PecembarTtb. lS6i. ly. lo-12 11-12 id.nn, jsw
At an Election to ke held on Saturday, the 2d
day of June, a. d.ISSS at the several Piecinctsin
Nrmaha County, Ncbttska, the question will be
submitted to the people of said Ccunly, whether
they wiil vote a tax cf two mills on the dollar val
uation of the propcrv, within :a id County, to- be
placed npon.ard eollctted from tho tax Ifct'cf 1S53
to aid in the construiten of Bridges Culverts and
grading that portion of the lioad frora Brownville
in Nemaha County, toTecumaeh in Johnson Coun
ty, which lies b:tweca the Western boundary line
of tho ccrpcratc limits of the Brownville and the
Western touudary lite cf Nemaha County, and
also to aid in the purchase of tho Toll bridge
across tho Nemaha riner, near the mouth cf said
The ballots cf such Election shall be written or
printed as follows.
Those in favor cf said Us "For Tax.
Tbosa against rail tax "Against Tax."
By order c2 the Board rf Count? Commifsinncrs.
. j WILLIAM II. IIOOOEB,
31-ito.na April, ltS53 County Clerk.
in band, on the prcn;:523 or a. ii. VyUyt-n, living
in the L'.ufc i 1 2 North West frcm BrcwcTihe,
Jr V.mk. Ilr.nnfv . Vr.hrn V ; . nn Sfmv Steer.de-
( ITCH 0
E0RGAH & HEVETT.
Ke?pcctfc!ly announce to the jcl-ltc that tbey
are manufaituring tha
LEEPES & EIBDES HIDING FLOW
We have tbe exclasive right to iha maaufictar
and sale of these plows in this Territory and'ad
jt mirg ccftntics of Mi3cnri, and intend to supply
all demands sb fat as p.acticable.
It is conceded by all who havo tested the Leepcr
& Kidder Cultivator, that it is superior to all
others, in the following respects :
1st. The plowman can ride easier and pls v with
2nd. Any person who can drive a team can man
3d. Crooked rown of corn are plowed a3 easily
ul thoroughly as straight ones, the plow man sit
ting so as to observe the corn, aud se if the work
is well dono.
4th. It is guided by a perfectly natural and easy
foot motio?, and docs uot cramp or tiro tho plow
man. 5th. The plow, while in taction, is moved with
6th. The shovels may be adjusted tt any depth,
and any dearcd space between them is cusily ob
tained. 7th. It has odjusiab'o shields to prevent youn?
corn frcm being covered.
8ih, ltis admirably adapted to p!owingln email
Every cultivator is well made, of good material,
and warranted to do good work.
We refer to the following namod persons, who
last year bought and nsed the cultivator manufac
tured by Morgan & Mead, ia Atchison county, Mis
" A. J. Richardson, Nemaha county, Nebraska.
Sedoras, do cto do
W W Tate, do do do
T J llobinson, do do do
Mr Biggsby, do do do
A Shoenheit, Richardson do do
Shoemaker & Co do do do
Jcssee Crook do do do
J B Watingly Gage do do
J Ii Parker, Atci Lawn county, MissourL
John Van Meter do do do
M J Porter d do do
A S Campbell do do do
W II Vanloven do do do
John Barder do do do
David Bertrand do do do
Jacob Jaliawenny do do do
Andrew Back do do do
MrCristy do do do
W C Morgan do " do do
Wm May do do do
W T Robinson do do do
Moses TiLbttts do do do
Stephen Clayton do do do
G W Woolsey do do do
Mr Terrell do do do
Mr Burnett .
Rodolpb Ritchio do
Ei nost Laughing do
May Si Lahuo do
Bennet King do
P Barnhurst do
S C Wood3 do
G W Smith do
Phillip Walters do
11 11 anloven do do
JC Miller do do
A Morgan Nodoway do
G V llaler do do
li B Casey do do
Mrs Schuyler do do
J R Bradford do do
L A Rogers do do
T J Rogers do do
J II Walker do ao
J SB.iford do do
Mr Crocker do do
J 1) Enock do do
M Fisher Holt do
John Tidgcn do do
Wm Uiekmaa do do
D Thompson do do
THE GANG, TRENCH,
CP i L
Slave been IJeSspmed Especially
to Meet tlic Wants ofi'arnicis.
One man and four horses can do more Work,
and do it better, with (his plow, than taro men
with two disconnected plows.
The following aro some of the advantages these
Plows hive over others :
1st. They are so arranged that they canno rise
out of the ground when striking a sod or hard
place, insuring thorough work.
2nd. They aro tho lightest draft of any Plow,
cither 8 ngje or double, according to tbe repcrt of
the Committee of Trial of Implements, at Dicalur,
111., Septemver, 1863.
3d. They are moro easily managed; any stout
bey ten year3cld can manage them.
4th. They are moro compact and- and simple,
therefore net sa liable to get out of order.
Tiicse I-Iovrs Iiavc taken Five
First 1'ixralunis at the Illinois
Slate Fairs, and Four at
Iowa Stale Fairs.
The Trench Plows 8 re used for breaking prairie
or Medow land, with a Sod Plow in front, eutting
tho sod in a thin slice, and turning it down into a
deep furow, and the rear plow raising the Eub-s--il
to tho surface, covers the scd completely, so that it
is out of tha way of after culture.
2?"We will promptly fill ail orders for the above
named plows at this place,
We aro aLo prepared to do Custom Work in
Wood and Iron, n ony thing pertaining to tha
Piompt attention given to Customers ia thls iins
at the Shop3 fnntiaj
COGSWELL'S LIVERY STABLE,
x-15 ON THE LEVEE.
-s. n r
t t i
; i . . ...
0a hand at Ills Store Rooms,
He has, and will constantly keep nn hind, a compete aiortm"nt vT Pry'Gioi', Gr;e.T; S. kal
Shoor, Hits and Caitf, Cutlerr, G;av;:re, Qacecsware, Hardware, Crx-kery Ware WooJea Ware.
WDlow Ware, and all kinds cf" war usually l:ipt ia a Crst-sliir RiUil fctcr, tltt will cut vfir an
Ware that can bo bought anvwhere.
TEHIvIS : juGV7 EOWIT TOU CASH !
LTaving'just bought out thi entire esiah'Nhnent, it bcsracs n-ry to Ci.lkct a!l d.l!3 dua'tV
old firm ; to that ond I hereby give noti co that all acc ents cue the firm rf J. Usrry & Co., usp-.: J 1
tho let day cf March, 133-3, will bi pl wed ia tha h.ir.dj of aa f jr coll-cti-ts.
Jananry 1st, 1SS3. ly JAMI3 irnr.V.
Would call the attention of DEALEH3 to theiri.T.inense'etock ot
Drns3 and 3Iedlcincs, School Boolis,
Patent Medicines, Blnk Books,
Glass and Glassware, Writing Ppcrv
P ints nd Oils, Lavclopcs,
Whlih were bouVt for cash of Manufactures, Importers and Publisher?, and will bo sctd at tha msl
favorable prices. Baying ia large quantities fruia first hiaJ3, thy are tccabIod to c!ljr extra induce
ments to the trade.
They are the North-western Wh. lesale Agen.3 of Dr. D. Jayne 1 Sen, aaJ r f Dr. J,
C. Ayre A Co., and can furnish their Medicines in any r;u.tnticiei. (10 l-iy
text 'J'A '&
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Importer and gholesale and Retail Dealer ih Iron,
STEEL and HEAVY HABDWABE.
Wagon, Carria??, and Pkw Wccdvrcr!:.
Spring?, Axe, Axel.'', Shovels and Spa les.r,1.3 and Rjsp.t, Chain!, Carriajj and Tiru Butt.t, Nutts anl
Washers, Nail, Iiorse nail, Ilorsc &, Iulo Shoes', Saw?, etc. etc.
Castings and HcIIot? Ware, Sugar Kittles Andirons, Skillets a:.dLiJ3,
Stew pots. Bake ovens, Fruit kettles and Sad Irons.
Blacksmiths' TOCiS. Anvils, Strcks and Dies, Bellows.SIedge and Hand Ham.
mers Vises, Pincers, Rasp?, Farriers' Knives, Tnyero Irons, Wrenches, &o.
Ox Ycke?, Axle Crease, Ox chain', Wog'-n Jitokr, Ox Shoo nail', Shovels and ri.-l:Cj!J Pau?,"etj. '
1,000 OICLEB J..TJ3D MOLINE.-PLOWS !
Just patented, and superior to nr,y yet invented ; fin I
UIcCormiclL-ri blowers and "capers, Siallcrs SXoirse Ccmi rianlcrsi
Sulky Corn Cultivator, Ilaad Cora P;aater Corn Shcllers, Pay Hakes, etc. ttj e;.
Cuj ing uiy gooJ.s direct fr m tl:e manufacturer.!, 1 "cff.;r great lada'-snierit
TO WHOLESALE PURCHASERS AT
Constable's Iron and Steel Warehouse
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Preserve "IST our HHTetlr 2
TnE GREAT FaMK which Lis fruire'a llnir Talm bas ar(it:!rel in restorlni? tie natural t0,r (i.tJe
tns.) growth and healthy cotduionof tie hair, tt creLy sotterili.s and bcautifiiai It.tai re jJere's i!il'a-
Webayo te.ted yonr inval'ial!e UAIIl BALM,an4 Itbas reMorM the cabr and e-owf-tire
Mtisfactivti. and wo can ct.ecluily recomuien-J it to tUo puric.
(b:sccu,j l. A. JJWUKir, uar.iccr ; It.
nic institute; J3 C. UVll.OW,
Pre?zrc& cnbjby 1. lr C. JlAGLiItR, Clietiiit an:
Sold by all DruggUs
Diarrhea, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, &c.
V. r t 1 TJ V S 1 I I T I D V f fl
Messrt. J. tf C. hoguire, Vrvrguti ;-Cti.f ieu.cu : lUe Auent? or tee Commission fcav ;ii:riatcJ tar-'
in tho Army your fcxirac of Beuue Klant, r.r tlicure of Uian:.ci and Vyseuiery, and their ret-ru te-tif
t its excellent qualities, aud the success with whica it has im -ue I i th irem?ntof fie-c-j.n'-aint.
J,G. lOUilA.N, Secretary Wtttcrn Sanitary Contusion.'
War Relief Fcxd or St. LottisCouxtt, PncsiDEKT'j Orrcs, SD f?2vcs St., ?
,r . , , , . St. tUs, iio , January 3( t'i. - ,i
!,. m- i Mag Druw,t$ : r haTC ued your Coru.-und Extract of une Plant ,moaa m r.y ot
Tut Greet Remedy for Cor.sh3. CJls, JlM,,u. ErcnchiUs. Spiltlna: of BiooJ anl
JILL DISEASES Ob' THE LV.YGS
lias tern r.tr-S
and ynt.cunccd .ytu who have t. Iceait tote the most
ed. It is entirely vpceiable. oi-.itan bo with tv-
feciions, hoitrr, b-xeUiv.s oj the Jo tuts. Curies of the nones, Ulcers. Czttaitcoiu
vpiion, B.'okficSi P unftcsy Enlargements of the. Viands, Constitutional Disorders,
d all diseases arising Jrom Impurity of the Llood. PrlPO ' n?r HitHf
m ta. . ji a i f i i ,l . . ri r1 ti i t 4 oil 1 r wtti r j m .ia
Cmlls and Fever, Bilious
jjum 0 iigue, etc., etc
v. MAGUIRE's AGUE MIXTUTE
A cr than thts it .3 .urerr T-i8 in debility-Price SLSOr-er br ttle. Nov. 3') 1 - b lr. S.nn
Ti'orthy tho .attention cf bo:h 11 iLra and Fs
sales, who are in want of baiim. The well
known ILu?e of S. M. Ward i Co ilanaficrturin
Jewelrcn, 203 K;oadway, N. wish t.- esttlli
anACEXCYin every to n in the United States, scl
inordtr that the Act tan have a samj.Ie to ex
hibit to their cutt.merj, they wi'l st.1 as a sample
on the reccij-t of $2,C5, a gen-ias Cold Pen (war
ranted", vdih Silver Extension Ca;o aay Pencil, to
gether wi:h a Whclesaie Ciuul.ir to Agent, and
eleven certif.c.i'-s, or a S.iu r. ;j Ce. -tiScate for 25 cts.
There is no A: -nt lut whit can m-Iie eauly S3 a
djy.aLi cfUa 513. 2-S-i
Ayers Ague Cure
'Iain St., Erownville, UthTzi2t
I V I? iili n
DjC'StuHV, . Coal 011 nd- n ps
HAl CUClt.ecr. fary n.i LibrarUn O'Pallo Polrte h-
Vice Prc-Uont 7r V.o.iet tMo.l C ni'iiittee
urr..-iui.. ouihwctt CJnrer 2wi aul Oave Streets anl
Price LQQ jer UMk.
- " - a m. a
ml l to f fi v r . irt r . . ... . .
w, useful reiaedyfor Cbt cSlnu eViVdiiL'ver.
ntr. .t . ' rniu.jmve.
l . - . . M. .
Tiey are io'..' ly Praslt
and Intermittent Fcv
STRANGE, BUT THUE.
lvcry you:; Udj ar.d gen'.k-cna in tie L"r.ites
S',iti,3 ejnhcar tcmctL-nvtry K.u :h to their aJ
7a'-tae l y return mail f tree vi charge ),hj addre? 4.
ic L.e cu ler.--gr.cd. Thosolavirg fears cf fceicg-hi-.a-itaJ
willoEligily not not:c;n thij card.-
All criers will j.-leasa ad lre-s their bl-d:rt servant
TUO.'?. F. CIIAI'MAN,
R.M.P. 23-lj 83lCMa3
T-iin vp ty tie ticlers'r.cd hr furniile 3"
01 .pi!iw.ii 1, Maha t oualv, NVt i.-it t u t
rfayof Deeecioer 5ttd, ti 9 rei ar.J L.;e ff.uj Sucr
9 io- ?
with crop cu -.he iril er aa.l Ciif crop
ear jppui ca to te a j e
ftyers Cherry PectoraL
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