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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1866)
I lic Qtfvtxtiscx.
ZZk Peeds, Mortgrs, Executions, Rcpleriita,
'liije Lic.ie. e. Ac for sale at thii 0;e.
-'n"W- WILLIAMS, Wnols the acthor
kmc co'. lections end purchases ia that City. QJict
f CUttut Sf W, A. ITrer. .
OWSVILLE TBCRSPAT. AUG, 25, 1SS6
' thorizeU Agents for Prince L Co
CEO. W. DILL A CO, art tbe aulhorited AjenU
. hWha County fx Geo. A. Prince A (Vs cele-
tsl CsVinet Orja ns , Meksleons, etc. For price,
a,,eell at tbe Adertoer V-peo. -
JOoTcipiT Urrels fore sale by
'Pure Ci'ar Vioegar at
SWAN h BRO'S.
, LADIES' FESTlYAIs
AT McPHERSON'S HALL,
To-morrow, rriT. Evening, 7 o'clock- P.H.
. TVs Ladies of the-M. E. Church cf
tL'i city will give a Festiral or the ben
i'of taid Church, at McPherson's Hall,
to-morrow cecicg:, at 7 o'clock, P. M.
EvrTj.bicg has teen arranged withuste
aid tkill lo give cne of the most pleasant
social raxhc rings erer had in this city.
AJfliuDce 25 cents. . Tickets can be
hid at the Post Office and McCreery'a
Ci;y Drug Store.
Ti era ember Geo W Hill &. Co., are
Ajcats for Geo. A. Prince & (Vs Pat
ent Automatic Organ, price 110 to
Patent School Cr gans.Price 100 toS375
" Patent Melodcns, Piano Case.price 52
A great Tanety of Pocket Cutlery
SWAN t BRO'S.
Important to Sorghum Hana-
fittarf rS. With an outlay of $30 for
apparatus and 8 cents per gallon there
after Sonrbum may be made equal to
Deleter's R'Cned. For particulars and
J. C. BELL.
Pawnee City, Neb.
Tfce new bWzta tenj "laona" ttn
potes ca acqcaintauce. The crossing
ta teen considerable for the past week,
and our business, is feeling this new itn
rulie considerably. This cannot fail to
le cne of the mo?t trarelled routes across
tie plain as eoonastt becomes generally
Uowa that we hare a good ferry boat.
A well selected stock of Glass and Tin
Self-Sealing Fruit Cans for sale at Deu
tei's Tin and Store Store.
TerrrU, Stanton & Co's Stillhouse was
riiied list Saturday, and wcrk on it is
-leitj hurried forward with great rapidi
ty, and soon the "worm" will be at work.
See the adrertisement of Grapes and
Small Fruit for tale, in to-day's paper.
Th'.t firm hare raised and acclimated in
this 'country the largest Nursery Stock
exy gotton into cne collection in this
Land District. The long experience and
U known ability of Sir. Burches war
rants us In assuring the farming corn
canity that his dealings are fair and his
Kursery stock good.
. The Neb. City Prist of the 14th says
" 4'the woik on the C. B. &. St. Joe Rail
, road was ccrcmenced opposite this city
this morning. The cars will be runing
f.'oa here to Council Bluffs by the 1st of
.Jati-jary next and over the entire road
ly the 1st cf next July. The road south
of tht Missouri line has been turned
cer to Mr. Phelps, the puochaser bj the
. We are pleased to call attention to the
fct that Messrs. Barret & McNaoghtan
.have enabli.'hrd a Claim Agency in our
fity. The recent act of Congress equal
ling lounties which will he found on
wr first page greatly increase the
tahber cf these having claims against
&e Gorernmeat, and the most essential
finishes in Claim Agents being honesty
-d thorough acquaintance with the busi
te; we can cheerfully and heartily
recommend the abore firm to all who
J-ive claims to ccllect.
tVe hava just received a eopy of the
intoji Sentinel, published by Lacoclc &
Okrholtzer at Hiawatha, Ks. A neat
ozry paper and sound politically.
"Pruaj it we learn that the engineers
te nosy surveying the St. Joseph and
nrer railroad, and intend going as far
M MaryTille, Marshal county, this sea
sa. if COf farther. This seems to cs
"golden 'opportunity' for Pawnee
Q'y, and we hooe its ritizens will move
lry a this matter and thus secure its
Jccb JIiroiiQ fca jUJl receired a
and well selected Stock of Goods
h-h he is ready to make up just as
toaashe- receire, the order. If you
'U a good suit of Clothes, there is'the
it to g0t you ctQ lheta roBde o
ic'f11 " Iw enl for Sic" Sew
: Uachje, one cf the test and cheap-
s. "fes now op erating ia the United
VCS u"yea would have to pay ia St.
. cric. bee Lis advertise-
tU. II. HcCrCCrj, cf the City
Drug Store, has just received another
large stock cf Oils and Paints, Drug
and iJedicmes. He also keep3 on hand
& large rariety cf Wall Paper and Win
Bishop Clarkscn will administer Con
firmatjoa in McPeersoa'a Hall oa the
ctening cf Sept. 9ih.
Kew ana Epledld Stock of Clo
toln, Atkinson &, Co., hare just re
ceired a large invoice cf Clothinz and
Gents Furnishing Goods, recently laid
in at unprecedently low prices.and which
they sell oa te same terms, i.e., for
cash. Call soon to secure a good choice
josepa j reit nas opened a baioon in
the basement of Breitmeyer's brick, on
Main Street. In this connection the ac
.- w- .
lion ct our uuy camera seems quite
strange. Some months since they deter
mined to clear the fide-walks of all ob
structions. To this effect certains steps
were ordered shortened, boxes, barrels
and thinsrs removed. At this time the
Council received a lergthy petition re
questing permission to open a front en
trance on the parement to Breitmeyer's
basement, the petition was promptly re
fused. In defiance cf this refusal, the
entrance was mnde, and low the Counci
has granted license to use it for a Saloon
This is a bright business transaction.
We learn from all over this section of
country that the Osage Orange Plants
have been greatly damaged by Gophers,
Moles, &c, so that the crop will be but
about one-half what was planted for.
This has been from no fault in the soil,
bat ft cm poor seed and an imperfect
kncwlvdge of the proper manner of cul
tivating and avoiding the pests which de
stroy them. Marsh & Co., have on
hand a work designed to assist the farm
er in avoiding these difficulties, and being
within the reach of all, ncne should have
a right to complain who have neglected
to avail themselves cf this light oa the
Agents Wanted. $100 a month
easily made at selling Dr. H. B Vaux's
Mazic Relief. We want traveling agents
all through the State of Missouri and Ne
braska, to sell this truly wonderful med
icine. For particulars apply to
a W. HURST,
City Dtvg Store, Brovnville.
Z7First application first choice of
Costireness or habitual Constipation.
From these afflictions arises many of the
ailings of man.
We hear daily, reonle complain of
beadacne, nervous debility, etc., and
generally the cause of the complaint can
be traced to their constipated habits. A
remedy for the rure cf this trouble is what
they want We recorcmena JJr. Ko
back's Suar Coated pills as the best
remedy we know of. They contain no
mercury, or otner mineral poison, ana
act like a charm on the liver and intes
tines. Give them a trial.
Dog Days are fairly upon us. and this
is truly the sickly season. Do not be
without a supply of Coe's Dyspepsia Cure
in the house. It cures cholera morbus,
cramps, pains and colic in either stotna:h
or bowels, is the only remedy ever dis
covered that is sure cure for dyspepsia,
and is a splendid antidote for disorders
occasioned by a change of water or diet,
being prompt, harmless and certain in its
action, we cheerfully commend it to all
We clip the following from the Senate
proceedings cf the 27ihi ult, upoa the ad
roissioo of Nebraska.
The consideration cf the bill to admit
Nebraska was resumed.
Mr. Hendricks moved to refer the bill
to the Judiciary Committee to investigate
the iegality of the election by which the
Slate gorernment was adopted.
At the suggestion of Mr. Doolkde the
motion was so modified as to refer the
bill to the Committee on Territories.
Pending the consideration of the Ne
braska Bill, Mr. Poland, from the Judi
ciary Committee made a report on the
case of Mr. Patterson, of Tennasce, ac
companied by a resolution, &e. After
this report was disposed of, the following
proceedings were had: Mr Wade cal
led for the resumption of the consider
ation of the bill to admit Nebraska.
The pending question was on Mr,
Hendrick's moti-.n to recommit the bill
to the Committee on Territories, with
instructions to investigate certain allega
tions of fraud in the eleotion at which
the State Coaptation was adopted.
Mr. Nye epoke against recommittal
and in favor of the bill, after which a
rote was taken with the following result
years 18; nays 22. So the senate re
fused to recommit the bilL
Mr. Summer offered an amendment
prorididg that the bill shall not' take
effect until Nebraska shall abolish all
distinction in political rights on account
of color. Disagreed to yeas 5; nays
The bill was then passed yeas 34,
The Senatorial Gmrentioa for the
District composed of the counties of An
drew, Nodaway, Holt and Atchison, is
set for the 23d of August.
LAWS OF Tt; U'HTED STATES
Pused at th First Session cf tfca Thirty
(Jullic, Jo. 53.)
Aic Act to prevent and punish kidnap
ping. Be it enacted ly the Senate and House
of Representatives of ihs United States of
Jlmerica in Congrtss assembled, That if
any person should kidnap or carry away
any other person, whether negro, mulat
to, cr otherwise, with the intent that
euch other person shall be sold cr car
ried isto involuntary servitude, cr held
, j r
persuade, or knowingly induce any ether
person to go on board any vessel or to
any other place, with the intent that he
cr she shall be made or held as anhve
or sent out of the country to be so made
or held, cr shall in any way knowingly
aid ia. causing any other person to be
held, sold, or carried away, to be held or
sold as a flare, he or she shall be pun
ished, on cenvictioa thereof, by a fine c!
not less than five hundred nor more than
five thousaud dollars, or by imprisonment
not exceeding five years, or by both o
Sic. 2. Jlnd le it further enacted .That
it the masters or owners, or person hay
wg cnarge oi any vessel, snaa receive
on board any other person, whether ne
gro, nulatto, or- otherwise,, with, the
knowledge or intent that such person
shall be carried from any State, Tern
tory, cr district of the United States, to
a foreign country, state, or puce, to be
t i i ii
neia or sola as a slave, or snaa carry
away from any State, Territory, or dis
trict of tne United States, any such per
son, with the intent that he or she shall
be so held or so sold as & slave, such
master, owneror other person offending.
shall be punished by a fine not exceed
ing five thousand nor less than five hun
dred dollars, or by imprisonment not ex
ceeding five years, or by both of . said
punishments.' And the vessel on board
which said person was received to be
carried away shall be forfeited to the
Approved, May 21, 1S66.
Public Xo, 55
Ah Act amendatory of Ao act to pro
vide for the reports of decision of the
Supreme Court of the United Slates."
Be it enacted by the State and House of
Kepresentalives oj the United States oj
Jlmerxea in Congress assembled. That the
reporter of the decision of the Supreme
Court of the Uuited Slates shall hereaf.
ter be allowed the term of eight months
for the publication of his reports instead
of six, as provided by the act of August
twenty-nne, eighteen hundred and for
Approved, May 21, 1S66.
(Public Resolution, Ab. 34.)
A Resolutios to extend the time for tne
construction vf the first section of the
Western Pacific railroad.
Resolved by the Senate and House of
Kepreenlatites of lite United btvles of
vmtnea in Congress assembled, Tnat the
time for tne construction of tne first
twenty miles of the Western Pacific
railroad' be extended to the first day of
January, eighteen hundred and sixty
seven; but this extension is upon the con
ditioo to De accepted oy said company.
t i at
and notice of such acceptance to be giren
by them to the Secretary of the Interior,
that the lands known as the lands of the
exmission of San Jose as included in the
map and survey thereof made October.
eighteen hundred and sixty-four, by E-
H. Dyer, Deputy Uuited States Surveyor,
shall not be included in the grant hereto
fore made to the said Western Pacific
Approved, May 21, 1866.
Ah Act to establish a post rout from
Vt A Ihurgb, Vermont, io Cham-
plain, in the state of New Yoik, and
for other purposes. -
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United Slates of
Jlmerica in Congress assembled, That the
railroad bridge across Lake Cham plain
at Rouse's Point, connecting the 0rdens-
burgh and Lake Champlain railroad, in
the State of New York, with the Ver
mont and Canada railroad, in the Slate
of Vermont, be, and is hereby, declared
& lawful structure, and is, and shall be,
recognized and known as a post rout.
brc 2. Jind be it further enacted. That
the Ogdensburzh and Lake Chamnlain
Railroad Company, their successors or
assigns, and the V ermont and Canada
Railroad Company, their successors aod
assigns, are hereby authorized to keep
up, maintain and use ihe said bridge, for
the transportation of the miils, and for
the benefit of the general commerce be
tween said State and the transportation
of persons and property. And in place
of the float now in use forming nart of
saib bridge, they or either of them may
construct and maintain two suitable
draws, one of which shall be at least six
ty feet wide, snd the other at least nine
ty feet wide, and which shall always be
opened ay the railroad company which
constructs the same, whenever required
for the passage ef .cessej, except .during
and fifteen minutes prior to the passage
cf mail trains. And -which draws shall
be so constructed and managed as at all
times to affrod resonable and proper fa
cilities for the passage of vessels: Pro
vided, Thai this act shall be subject u
a meed meat or repel at the pleasure cf
Approved, May 21, 1S66.
It. . i C
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SIS'. a k
"J" jq jT' 1 1. ":'""!.' J1J
XPultic Xo. 53-1
AST Act to amend tb chsrUr of tba TsjkicJtoa
Retoleed If t Senate and Uount cf Ilfpretcnta
firee U Lntted tlaUi of Amenta tm Lontrrtn
temcUd, That the chrtr of the Wajbiogtoa Uaas-
hjrht CosapAQT be, and tht sac u hercbj, amaad
ed is tho third soctioa by ntaZiuUM tea word
"Februarr" ror "JaDBarr."
SlC. 2. And In it furikf naeted. That the
eapiul stock of saU eoosp&ar be, and the same
hereby, increased ! ire htindred thoaaand dollars
object to the same liability as is proTided ia the
devests section of the original act of iecorporaUoa
approTed Jo) 7 eighth, eighteen haadxed and forty
T Public-Jfo. 91
Ax Act to aaiborise the appointment of aa addl-
ditiecal MiUnt SwreUryof the tary.
Em it reoltd w tk 3end and Houte ef Bevrt-
etitirm of the United St ate i of America in Oon
gre$t aemlld. That, ther-esident o: Ut Lnlted
States be. an! he Is herebo authorised aad in-
powerek. by and with the adriee aad eynsent of
the Sonate, to appoint aa additional Assistant Sec
retary of the aery, whe shall perform the srmeda
tics and receire the same salary as is by lav allow
ed to the present aarsistant Secretary of the Nary
Szc. 2 And I it farther enacted, Tha the
oSce hereby created shall cease by limitation in
six months f fom tie approval of th;s act.
Approred, May 24, tSgj.
SWAN h BOOTH EE
(Successors to McliaQrhlin & Swan.)
Xemaha FtJUy Sank Building.
We respectfully announce to the
Public that they have no win store, a
New and Large Stock of
To which they invite the attentiop
YOU WILL FIND THE BEST
Sugars, Teas, Bio and Jara Cof-
ret. rure Claer Ymeger ana Coal
WAN & BEO.
Canned Fruits in great variety and
of the best quality ; Catsup, pieklcs.
Oysters. Sardines, Clams, French
Mustard, Worcestershire Sauce and
Western Reserve Cheeiiat
SWAN & UEOS,
Svun and Brother, desire to call
particular attention tc(their large
and yaned btock of i
Tobacco, consisting of Natural Leaf
and Nectarine and other favorite brands
of Plug Tobacco and best qcalities of
Fine cut aad Smoking Tobacco.
Wrought and Cut Nails, of all size
Spades. Shovels. Brooms.Sewing Twine
and Scoop Shovels at '
swajn fir viiv a.
The highest price paid for Batter,
and country produce at
SWlN & BRO
Consult your interst by examin
ing Swan & Bro s. Goods and prices
before buying elsewhere.
To be siren at
SMITH & NIXON'S Hall, Chicago
August, 30tli 1SC&,
100,000 Splendid Girts. Valued at
Will be presented to the Ticked Holders.
Number of Tickets toned, 1,000,000,
PRICE 81,000 EACH.
Persona enntetopUtio? parchasine Tickets in anr
of the many Enterpriz -s of the kind, will do well
tneximine the fIloTinji
$50,000 in Real Estate!
Ompriin 201 Lots, pleasantly situated in City
830,00 in Greenbacks!
Fire $10,000 Prizes'!
....... Ten $5,000 Prizes 1
Fire $2,000 Prizes !
THREE LARGS FARMS. VALUED AT $22,000.
. . 50 Pianos. EacU $SOO
200 Serein? Machines, Eacli $100.
1,CC0 Silk Lrtss Patterns, Each, 565,
VS,7J5 Other Prises.
f57"For farther particnlars send for circclar.
Special Terms, or Clab Rates. Any party pro-
anD a clbo oi fire or more names lor ucseu, aaa
forvardisz as the money for the same, will be al
lowed the following commiiuion, tis; We Will send
5 Tickets to one address Tor - - $1,50
10 Tickets to one address for - 9,00
30 Tickets tone address for - - 17,30
30 Tickets to one address for - 2S.25
40 Tickets to one add rese for - 55.00
51 Tickets to one address for - - 43,50
100 Tickets to ene address for - - 85.00
In ever ease the name and post office address of
each subscriber. Money, by draft, poet-oQce order
or in registered letters may be sent at onr risk.
All communications should be addresfed to
In erery ease . send the name of each sabsenber
and their Post Office Address, with the Town,
l-oanty ana btate, in fol!. Money by draft, r. O.
Order, Express, or in Registered Letters, easy be
sent at our rifk. Address all communications to.
BRYAN, ROSBROOK m CO.
1jO0 Ilaiden St. Chicago, III. P O Drawer, 5 S 27.
C. Thaciir, Publisher Ac, 13 Court St, Boston
Be&xfsdA ttrriER.SO West St.' Cinclnaatti O.
Bcki A Barth, Booksellers Ac Union E. R. Do-
pot, Indianapolis, j a J.
Eishek A Baoslljuia dtora, 117 llaia Street,
Ueytoa Ohio - . .
E. Koujf A Co.jOilmington Delaware"
Wasthj. General HeenU for Cities. Townsnd
Districts, who can apnoint rood active Sub-A rents
also, Local Ageau in small Towns.
bead Referencys with application.
As a farther indacement to our agents and fiietds
to act tnerretiea'.ly and rromotlr we offer a Pre-
miamof Onehandred Dollars, irrespectire oi all
commiMions, to our most successful agent, and.
to the retter Bp of the larrest private Ulab.aFre-
miam of twenty fire dollars
Hon. Robert C. Kirs, Ohio. Eoa. Henre S Stnford,
codji. jex-wot. eaodaU,Vis, Hon iames 3 Tit;
Maine. Hoh.P. G.Tib Winkle, West Tirsiaia
Eoa. a- H. Williams, Oregon. Coneral H. J. CUoat-
rick, N. S. Boa. A. P. Corey, Indiana. L. Holiu-
cere, sq.. TopeKa, Kansas. John P. Haoniln, Esq .
Bnslo. . T. Dr. Eenrr Borrette M. D.. Kevada
City. Cbas.Fredtries: Aloert, Sso.., Idaho, ask ear
w ut premieeni satins Bt la Obltefe. et ev ee
L-3 LJ WaV w3s-i V
IIORGAH & HEYETT,
Respectfully anno nee to the pnblie that thej
are znanaiactanns the
LEEFEU 5 KIDDED BIBIXG PLOW
DXACIL'S GAT. Q
We hire theexctas!re right to the manafactare
and tale of these plows in this Territory and ad
jtining counties of Missouri, and intend to supply
all demands so far as p.acU cable.
It is conceded by all who bare tested the Leeper
& Kidder Cnltirator, that it is superior to all
others, in the following; respects :
1st. The plowman eaa ride easier and plow with
Sod. Any person who can drive a team eaa man
3d. Crooked fown of corn are plowed as easily
end thoroughly as straight ones, the plowman sit
ting so as to obsenre the corn, aad see il the work
is well done.
4th. It is guided by a perfectly natural and easy
foot motion, and does not cramp or tire the plow
6th. The plow, while in motion, is mored with
0th. The shorels may be adjusted to any depth,
and any desired space between them is easily ob
tained. 7th. It has adjustable shields to pre rent young
eorn from being covered.
8th, It is admirably adapted to plowing! n small
Erery cultirator is well made, of good material,
and warranted to do rood work.
We refer to the following, named persons, who
last year bought aod used the cultirator manafao
tared by Morgan A Mead, in Atchison county, Mis
A. J. Richardson, Semaha county, Nebraska.
Kedoras, do (to do
WW Tate, do do do
T J Robinson, do do do
11 f Biggsbf , do do do
A ShoeLeit Richardson do do
Shoemaker A Co
do do do
da do do
Gaze do do
J B Watingly.
J 11 Parker, Atc'i ison county, Missouri.
CJohn Van Meter do
It J Porter do
A S Campbell do
W H Vanloren do
John Harder do
David Bertrand do
Jasob Jaliawenny do
W C Morgan
W T Robinson
O V Woolsej
. Mr McDonald
May A Lahue
S C Woods
O W Smith
II II Vanloren
J C Miller
U V tialer
U B Casey
J R Bradford
L A Rogers
T J Rogers
J U Walker
J S Bedford
J D Enock
THE GANG, TRENCH,
Have been Designed Especially
to meet the 1Y ants orFarmers.
7"One man and four horses can do more Work,
and do it better, with this plow, than two men
with two disconnected plows.
The followisg are some of the adrantagea t&ese
lows hare orer others t
let. They are ee arranired that they eanno rise
eat of the ground when striking a sod or hard
place, inancg tboroagb work.
zna. ineyare me ugniest arait oi aay now,
cither nrie or doable, according to the report of
the Committee of Trial of Implements , at Decatur,
!I beptemrer, 1B3.
3d. Ihey are more easily managed: any stoat
boy ten years old can manage them.
4th. They are more compact and and simple,
therefore not io liable to got oat cf order.
These Plovra hare taUea Fire
First Premiums at tlie Illinois
State Falrn, and Four at
Iowa State Fairs.
The Treaeh Plows are eted for breaking Prairie
or Medow land, with a Sod Plow io ft oat, catting
the sod in a tbin slice, and turning it down into a
deep ftrrow, 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 ealtote.
E7We will promptly fill all orders for the abore
named plows at this place.
We are also prepared to io Custom Work in
Wood and Iron, n ony thing pertaining to the i
Prompt attention gifea to Castoasrs ia (alalia
at the Shofs fronting
COGSWELL'S LIVERY STABLE,
.Iyer's Cathartic PUIS.
Of Saint Loms Ma,
CONSULTING AND OPERATING PHYSI
CIAN AND SURGEON FOR ALL
DISEASE OF THE
JSIYM lEJAIS ILHJRG- TIRO AT
rsuPEiuon fresch aruhcial eyes kseeted
DR BORT has, by special request, consent to tisait the fclioxvinj places, at
which limes he can he consulted on all diseases of the
Eye Ear Lung Heart Throat Catarrh and Deafness
Will be la UroTniTine, t Ibc UrownTlHc Uonse, Wtdnesday ani
Over twelve hundred persons liavo
been successfully treated by rZDiv
BO I? within the past two months,
Consultation and Examination. Freo
Imarliable Core of Catarrh of Years
VTlih pteiftsre I can reccommend Dr.BOHf to those
sB'cted. ss I hare teen a great sufferer wit& diseate
calif d Catarrh Or many Tears, and for three mooths
prerioas to appljinc to Dr. BORT, I could not sleep at
num. i wa to much distressed, as toon as f com
mencep treatment with Dr. BGBt I bessn Imprormg
and at this time feel entirely rree from the dueae.-
I hare, previous to applylnt to Dr. BORT, end ear or ed
to obtain relief i rom erery known oonroe. Tbe af
flicted in those ways would do well to contn Ii Dr Sort
stonpe- 4. PIP,
Steamboat Cabin Builder.
Ko. B5 Leree Street, St. Louis.
Reference and names or medical tenielmen ami oth.
em who bare been Intimately acquainted ith D.
BOST, and who take r-articu ur pleasure In recom-
menJicg him to the patronage of the public aa a gen
tleman worthy of erery conodenio, and surseaa In
hose juiifrement and skill they all rely !
Valentine Mott af . D L. L. V., hlew Tork.
I. 15 j Francis, M. D., h D. "
JosUhN Wood M. D.p
A. L. Clark, U. D.. "
3. B. Crane, D , "
ST. J Church, M. D.
t. D. Rogers, K. D.t
B. S . Baker, 3C. D. '
Dr. Nott. President et the Union college of Schene
tady, New York.
G. P, Par(s.h, M. P., Xew Torlf.
F. B. cae HD
A S Heslle, Surgical Instrument Uanufactnresr, St.
Johns, New Tork
Stephen Alexauder D D college of Xew Jersey.
Lyman Atwaier, tJ.t). "
James C. Moffat, D. D., " "
B. M. Mnograre, D. D. "
Hon. L. A. Chandler, Rockway
Jadce R-bejn, Belridere.
P. B. Kennedy, Kq.
Sl. Byinston, U. D.
Benj. Deputy. Esq.
Rer. Wm. Kirk,
Rer. U. J. Osburn.
Chief Justice Wherpley, liorristowrj,
Hon Jacob Vannetta,
Hon. Theodore Little '
Jame 3. Dickenson, XJ. Chestar
Rer. I. Stonteoburg
Rer J. Brewster
Rer G. il. Keer, L L D., Utica Krw fork, formerly
Preslpent Agriomlturat College.
A few of the many reeeot rolantary testimonials
ef cares froH persons well and farorably own.who
harebeee cered hy Dr. Bort (aad that too of tne naont
recent date), although hartng many thousands ia
bis possession, e few only: Is here subjoined :
ST. LOCI 3 Xo June 15th 1865.
I hare been deaf In one ear for tiny years, orcaion.
ed by Scarlet Ferer of Cankerrah, and In the other
ear thirty years, caused by terer and taking quinine.
Xy deafness was so great that I ould with difflcolty,
nn erstaod anyone and it waa Impossible for me to
hear common conversation. Xy deafness was accom
panied by a constant d9ct;srge from the esr j ao a
continuous roaring and hissing in my ears. Three
scootos tints I put my self under Dr JBort's care, at
honga serentyrone years of age. be caused mo to
ear ss wel as say one of my age.
Fonrttenth Street. St. Loal Xo.
Xr Johnfton'aras formerly a Wholesale Grocer on
Second Street, St. 1ouli.
Twenty to years hare X snffered from a most dis
treojing disease of the Cye and Llrer. I bare ben
treated by sixteen different pbj nouns dariDg that
time without beneat. I called on ttr Bort, and in
six weeks, without anr operation on my Ses, ao en
tirely cure me. I reside in Jersyrille, Illinois
AMELIA A. FOR-YTH.
St. Louis, Mo, June 15' h IS5J.
DA. BORT Dexr Sir; I hare been blind end help
lessior the lasts leren yoars, being lei moat erery
where. f re been nearly as bad for the past fifteen
years, sugaring Ur more than tongue can tell. Now
my eyes are aa well, and you bare, thank God, cored
me. And. If this stain statament can be the means
ofigiring relief to an 9oat fcefeae-, vm tny publish
Jt. XnS. i,01SIA blow.
I bare 1een afflcted with Scrofulous Sore zyes erer
since I can remember, and bare endetrored to obtain
relief from erery known source and anally, aa a last
reoarce, I concluded to place myself under the charge
of Dr Bort, who cured my eyes in six weeks.
Xoars, XR. ABRAHAM GOODXaX.
St. Lois X.
ALTOJT, ILLS. Angus! 11 ta IB5,
ttt. fiORX fear Sir: I Jbare taken your rudias
and followed yurdirectos lor a Ctarr.nd D a.'nes
with which I hare ao long b -en afflict-d (IS ysar.),
1 am bappr to state to you that I am entirely cured.
and many the iks to you for the skiU you bestowed ia
I am my dear slr,yonr obedient friend and well wt'ber
H. D. BRTANT. Altco 11 'Jo-.
I hare been suffering from a Catarrhal J CecUa of
the I nngg for two years, so morh so 1 was bed fast for
three mcnths. Hid cunrtant cosgk, ao4 ex pec K a
tiot a thick, yell .wHh matter I aad prertoes to ap
tljin to Ur. Sort, endeavored to obtain relief from
erery kaosrn euu-rce, and all to no arall until I to-k
t eeatment from Or. Bort who cured me in rig weeks
treatment. C. P, COLLAW.
io 1 Fourteenth street, St Louis
It A D
On band at bis Store Egsss,
Tzzin3 : tow Dovni ron cash !
IlaTirg jsst boufhtwntlh entire establishment,
tid m : io that
th. 1ft day of March 13SS, wUlb, placed in the
ST. LCUTS. July, 2J. ISiS.
I cheerfully make the follow m stitemeht of facts
eoncerntng my own astocUhing cure, which to ma was
life to the dead ;
Abost three yearsstel otk a serere cold wilcS
seen-edto locate oa myhet and lutig. aod tine that
time my condition has beeo truly alarming, r social
ly for eighteen mcnths. My phyicuo, myscif snl
trie-ds had abafiduned all hop of ray recxre; y. o
lanxuatfo can describe my sufferiegs, whiih annoyed
me both y and eight.
X effort on tuy part to cltila a cuts ltd been
emitted, fer I employed, from the Cummetieenient of
my slckne, the roott eminent med.cal men cf the
tate, and took their remedies fatthrulir. colli they
frankly told me that I had Tuberculous Ccojomptio
and could not be curod. prerlou. to the ancounc,
mntofmy physlclsn, I had seen Dr Sort's card 1 4
the Press, and had been adrlsed by my frietMs to en
ploy him; Bat I was rery much d.cocra el late
gd to my affliction, A short tlms prerions to ap
plying to him I rbse red several te-'tiu hj! from
perons who I knew hd been in delicate health, an I
seme of Which oxcited my mind to call on him for a
Tice. which I did.
About two months since I told the Doctor I haj nj
money to throw away, it did nt witi to be treated
unies be was conaleut of suxes. Ue lrk!r told
me that he did not wina to tret meunles heeured
tne, and said he won Id aecMe that fttn a few mo
ment, and proceeded to examine me and In less IImh
fifteen minutes he said he would cure me. Sv, j
ran truly say with pleasure, 'for the benertt of tho.e
suffering frota the same citBculties, that I hereon:
been uuder Dr. Bort' treatment some two month,
and am a new man. I bad anticipated that I hontd
receire about the sam e rentife of droning a- 1 had
receired from other b)skUns but on the contf-ry,
he gare me no uaaseoua meCecines or mineral pois
ons. The whole treatment from the besinnlcj wis
very plessant and agreeable.
I bare beard a great many rea.ons speak of the
treatment who hare be cured : and cf ote accord
speak of the agreeable node cf treatment. There
stems no confusion or guess work about Dr. Bort's
treatment or diagono is ofdisesse. He proc- e-Js upon
Axed and well estahlUhed principals, aod according
to laws wel) voerstood by hltn.-e;f aad per la good
erUence of their infailibllitj from 'the fact tatbeis
most generally esefal, and can, with perrect safety
cure tnose chronic diseases of yeais staodifg, wnicn
has been fully demonstrated ia thoeabds or eai.
GIB3CH II. LOWEST,
Serenteenth Street, Si Louis.
Heal In Powers cr Eclcclicli,
Am T)VLaM iS A on amer Vtmtlt T1hu. Tm4imiiA
is by DR. BOUT, of Sew Vert.
There is a healing power among us ; a pcysican who
has cared thousands in thia city, after all other sys
tems hare been exhsut ted ; a phyMcian who is cdtIc
snd further plexites himself to cure; nearly all cases
which bare baSled the rki'.J of hundreds or meJiraJ
men Jn all paa axes, ani eren b.di denare to i!lnl
em practice j and, lastly, there Is a physician wbo cau
ptod ce thousand of teitituoule of the mrs: reliable
indirfdnal la this city, as elsewhere, wh hire been
positively snd permanently cured after all other treat
mentafter trie must eminent medical men had fill
ed I Tea. rer.ly, nd that physician is Dr Eort wh-o
Infirmary Is located on the corner of Third and Vine
streets, St. Loots. Dt Bort we rerliy teheTe, has
rurel more chronis cases In the pat fecr mo&uj, la
St. Louis, than all ihe medical men who har erer
practiced their prfession here for thoe iUe.. He
makes as specialities, rlx : Dieaei c( the Eye, Ear,
JLtugs, Tnroat. Heart aod Catarrh. This aei tioa may
look like boasalng. but, nerertheles, it is true, sad if
you d-Mibt it.conitclt s few of the many perseus whoe
certificates In full syaopi are to be f.nd in the col
umns of this paper for the vl ot hnmaaity.--! SI.
Louie Daily JhjiUk Augvit Ut liti.
i ' - . 1 .
EjcEar,lnngs,Ueart, Threat and
The many wonderful cures performed ty Er. Brt
oa the shore dleaes in this city, snd in truer In
stances when all hope of recorer ing by thise diseases
bad been despiired of, stamp bitn among the first phy
sician and surgeons. Dr Bort's Infirmary snd con
sultation rooms are loc ted oa the corner of Norta
Third and Tine streets where be ct be coasu itei
eVsily. .St. Lpnti Dvtig Republican, Amput.
EYE, EAR t LUXG INFIRMAET
ii locatzd oh las ccaxxa or
Third and Vino Street
Bi Lluls, Xo.
Where all Ve tiers should be addressed. eoiU!ing
pottage sumps for return postsge.
vX't,1 rsrs r.
llzln St., BroT7nTlllc, Netra3n,
it becomes tVj..'t j.t j..:
ilyem Cheny Pectoral,
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