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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1868)
"Trwis MorUrages.Execntions, Replevins,
"Afield & eaton, m pn srtmt
3E, ,f t ta MS. 7 CA.'u Sf, .V. E. cor. 6th.
'. S "1 .l..,.. eht lti St. Louis - for tbis
will attend mltin8 wilection nd pwcbw
f'. . st Louia.
fjjROWyVlLLE.TULK&i'Ai, o, icw.
rl7 BLACKBURN is our authorized Agent to
I ieW School Ditrict.
j p 2DVER is euranthoriicd Agent to receive
LiriFtioa for the Adterti.cr in the Highland
I WILLIAM UOXBT if our authoriied Agent to
re subscription for the Adverti$r icNema-
k nAwLtT is otr authorized Arent to receive
ttcrt'puosi for tb. 4rir, atCUrton.
"hTTDry Oak wood for eale.
rcwder.Lcad.Sbot and Caps at Swan iBro'i.
YonrattcnUon 'u called to new Adi in tbii number
B.C. Lett, Land Agent, Brownville, Nebraska.
Ct ji:e Green Apples fur Bale J M'Gee Co
t 'ir Pieces and all kinds of ammunition at
S.Seemanjs closing out hii magnificent stock
'Cl&ihiCg at cost.
ICp, Clothing and Shawls at cost, and no mis
fit J.L. 110006 4 00.2.
TwoCwt''!nS Ho00 for sale cheap ; also, one to
.at, t Uliss' A G. Store.
I Tbme splendid Wardrobes that everybody is al
s jasi C3 re made b7 McFall 4 Co.
ITTm. T.Den is Agent for the test Corn-Sbeller
,ire ofered in this market TA Brinkerhoff !
SjurKraot, Totatoes, Buckwheat Flour, Beans,
Hominy, Cranberries, etc-., at Swan & Bro's.
IFa'.l stock Stationery just received and for sale,
wholesale or rt tail, at redaced prices at iljCreer ' .
j Sn the Statement of the Underwriter's Agency.
Viisaund to the cire. Wm. II. IIooTer, Agant.
If yon want a good article of Family Flour, leave
-voir orders at Bliss's P. Q. Store, he keept the lett
TTntber pleasant till yesterday morning, when
iDoid wicd wt in from the north , blew up a little
Stow ani made it very cold .
I Gracing cn the foot of Atlantio Street is still
r;g'e;jin. Wilson is determine I that so ordi
U7 obstacle shall hinder the work.
j Uuwheat Flour, Corn, Oats, Flay, Corn Meal,
I.-h, SborU, Cob meal anl Wood, for sale at the
Our Stock of Clothing will be closed rot at no
("tftirr.!cd'y low prices within 9 ' days to make
;.Bfur Spring Stocn.
DORSEY A BRO.
PiT Tr. All persons indebted to me are request
ti to call immediately at the-CHty Drug Store and
K'.t's. B.C. Lett is authorised to act in my ab-
Cpt Jns.L. Carson, Agent, ad vertises, to-day,
'.be Financial Statement of the Iljraa Insurance
rJBjrwny of Sew York , showicg incoctrover tally,
-it this CiimpaEy is Bound beyond question.
ANw Stork of the Florence Machines, Clark's
ThreJ, NetJIe?, Tuck Cr-asers, Ilemmers. Bind
n,lc,l: will arrive at Theo. Hill & Co.'s in a
swdnjj. Call and examine I
S E-idwMter A Eri.rnsn, are paying, at their City
I t Market, ths highest market price fct Chick
ti.tjuaile, Ae. Bring them to the Meat Market
fjiu with a ready sale at good prices. Cash paid
EkX FOR SALE. Persons deirii:g to buy Ilay
s procure li of the undersigned at his resi
l"ace three milca west f thia city on the Tecum
rd. U. O.illX'CK.
!eb.2d, 18SS. 19-tf
PER SONAL. We rt-ceived a visit last Friday
b Rer . A . R. Mother, Agent of the American
Viiis Society for Nebraska and Coloraco. lie in
'rjetio arjd client in seeing to the advance
f-ai of the good cause.
, The DrowDvi'le Literary Association meets in
IWon's Old Ballon neit Saturday evening.
qoenion f or discussion: "Should suffrage be
i fndtd irre ptive of sex-" Tba Public are in
tu attend -especialy the ladies.
SnfTwii.g from rLronic cteaoe sbould not Jin-
j of tuiu.f relief unm tliey ,,tve ,e$ted tbe 0
!4u!y celebrated pbyH:iu, Due lor M biliier, of
Uuu. Tue DiKtor putlUles a paper relating lo
dUMto wUu.a r!ereae U made in his card in
J-EiUon, of Nemaha City, is making prepara
y lr building a large shop early in the Spring,
!'CDh willle prrjred to do all kiud of w.,rk
'" uth as making and rej.airirg Wagons,
r'g", buggies, Plows, Cultivnt-rs, Ilrruw-,
Tis will be a gocd tLir.g for the farmers in
t Ticioitj at well tit for the city.
.Whe-ler has jut returned from a trip to
fJiO, where he weut to purchase the Putent
t cf U. W.Smith's Patent Truss Bridge. He
tw theexc!ui right to erect those Bri.iges
'( southern Nebraeka and Northwest M issouri.
tnerj i Vnij reppect will be a irmanent ben
1 to toij whole section.
CARRIED. On Monday evening, at the Star
'LbyJoae A. W. Morgan. Abel Davie aud
!a Grethouse, all of this coun?y.
aongh Mr. Darii has already a Groathouse to
t a Loaie kecpicg with, we doabt not be is Able
senate iu tUe and make maoj additions thcre-
J- II. Kennedy, Traveling Agent for the Flor
Seir;Dg Machine, is now in t is city. He is
5 trip to ft-e to the general iaterests of thia ex
t,1T "'Dufuctu i ing company, and be ing a prac
workman jn baijaiBR ihe machinejj one part
a trip is to look up ail machines that do not
. t,lr (atUfactiofl and to remedy any defects
f taj tiht and to give such ins tractions at
' B'ur their tucces(ful operation. He will
rrijit this section quarterly. Word left
obn W. Henderson, local Agent, will receive
Wm. E. Plant, St.Louis.Gen-
attftririf at bnrclar vaa nul..i.l :
C"J Un Thursday night. The store bf Rob'i
jj. M "tered by the breaking of oot of
rEroctwicdowlighU. fbe thieves aeem to
err1 tt3nPt o blow the safe open
"P0dtr . Wkinh tt i. -V u
. b ok'-lWkened key hole, and by the burnt
and quiii, around, several qui'.la
" ' KmIM with powder and ready to touch
w iem to indicate that the thieves were
.. Tbey riEed Teare i, Cq'i drawer of
. nioti baa been accidentally left there,
. in T "d rolbei tbe drw of Jl .CO. This
xotniLr was taken bv which t'm
ej could be identified.
MRS. BEN ROGERS.of this city, has purchased
the Right for Nemaha County, to tell "LaVone'a
Numerical Method of Cutting Ladies' Dress." It
it the best method ever di?covered. By this'mcthod
a perfect fit in every re?pect can bo secured. Mrs.
Rogers is- prepared to give lessons to all who may
desire to learn. She has also purchased the right
to manufacture one of the best and surest Dyes
ever made, which the keeps for sale.
A clergyman, aged 42, had long suffered with
Catarrh, wh" Ich had not only been a source of an
noyance, but began to excite uneasiness in regard to
its iffects upon bis general health. There was a
frequent discharge from the head, frequent sneez
ing, and an almost entire oti of smell. He pro
cured a box of Humphrey's Specifio Catarrh Pills
No 19 and was entirely cured, even to a return of his
sense of smell in a few weeks. For sale at Ma
Comas' Drug Store
On our first rage, to-day, will be found a host of
readable correspondence from Lafayette, Clifton,
Fairview and this Precinct. They are such as we
shall always welcome. "E. II. B."is one of our
ablest Horticulturists, and is posted in matters he
speaks of. "Lafayette" is one of the most intelli
gent practical farmers of the Northwest, whose ex
perience is not bounded by Nemaha county or Ne
braska. He is demonstrating the truth of his fig
ures, and his article is the best Herd Law argu-
mett we have read. "G. J. Bryant" has doro a.:
much, if not more, than any one man towards giv -ing
Nemaha county live fences. "Junius" still en
lightens our r eaders on law, a matter entirely too
little understood b y the general public. A. R.
Moshcr's sketch of theoperations of the American
Bibie Society for the past year will be found on
the fourth page. On the inside we have an inte
rest ing letter from Washington, one from Peru and
a Radical letter from this city. We return thanks
to o or able correspondents and invite a continua
tion of their contributions save "Indignation"
we've enough of that and to spire.
No mere criglral tewspaper was ever issued in
Nemaha county than to-day's issue. In mechanical
display, originality and news, it challenges criti
cism and defys competition.
TRIBUTE TO MERIT. I take pleasure In in
forming the jub.ic that Dr. Kixberlin is in a fair
way to accomplii-h what has been considered inv
poat b le by many Doctors professing a deep knowl
edge abiu t the organ of bearing. My wife was af
flicted for twent -four years with partial deafness
in both ears, threatening to destroy htr bearing
sooner or later. I consulted Dr. Kinberlin in the
matter, and ofter a thorough examination of the
case, be undertook to treat her, aud with such ad
mirable pnecess that he not only curod the inifUm
mation in her ears, but there is also a fair prospect
to restore my wife to her fell bearing, especially as
Dr. Kimberlin does not save any pains or care to
give all possibla relief to persons entrusting them
selves to bis treatment. I would therefore reocm
mend Dr. Kimberlin to all those aQictcd with dis
e'ees of the ear, as I have seen what lie can accom
plish. The undersigned will take pleasure in giv
ing all particulars, if applied to.
LOUIS WALDTER, .
BrownTllIc Art. No. 4.
From July 12th, 1S57, to June 23 J, So3.
July, 1857 Daily mail vemmcneed from Rock
port on the let. The Court declared the forfeiture
of the Charter of the Nemaha Valley Bank, and
appointed J. L. Carson, O. B. Ilewctt and John S.
Mir.irk, as liui-tce ; a Cu grtatior.al Church or
ganized with Deacons II"iiJ!-y, Barne?, Arnold,
and Likens, and Rev. T. W. Tipton, Pastor; IViS
Deujcr started a Ciar Manufactory ; Crane &. Hill
became Agents of the U. S. Express, the first office
cf the kind, opened in this city.
August Robert Mi rnsr n opened a Billiard Room
in the Brownville Hou?e ; Mons. la'Marquc opened
a Watch Shop in Maun 'a Drug St.ro, under the
superintendence of Joseph Shut ;; Robt Morrison
takei sole charge of the Brownville House.
Septf mbcr C. R. Manning opened a Paint Shop
McAllister & Ponn opened a new store on the Le
vee, in McPhers.n's building.
October The Brownville Library S--cietyin full
operation, with Dor.-ey, Maun and McPherson. a
Commission ers. and T. W. Bedford Secretary ; Jos
Schutz buys out the Clock and Watch Shop ol La
November Crane A ItiU building their Waro
ILu?e on the Levee; the First IVeabytcrinn Cbor?b
nearly finished ; S. Balden bringj the Xemnla Ynl-
ly Journalise to Erownville th e first opposi
tion to the Adrtriiter ; ab'Ut this tlui the "Daily
Snort" first makes its apiKsuran'-e- "Guff & Langdon.j
Proprietors," and "David Uoph Publisher," we do
not remrmbcr who was the ostensible Editor
Louis Napoleon." "Queen Vic ,'an1 other distin
guished individuals, were c'aimed amng its ''For
eign Correspondents ;" the City Council were ma
king preparations for grading, paving, guttering,
MaSo street, Irom the river to Second street: the
river closed on the 25.h ; MjGry A Uowett stick
out shingle together.
December--Dr. Gwin commenced practice; the
First Presbyterian Church organized Lu'her Hoad
l y and Alex. Williamson chosen Elders, and Jno
Barnes and William Arnold, De.v?on, A. S. B 1.
ling-ly invited to bocome P.wtor : the Brownville
and Cherry Creek Stage Company was organ z"d;
fi-st service held in the Presbyterian Church, Dec.
Janaary Bratton and Favorite take chnrgo of
the Brownville Nursery started tb year pref i u
by R. W. Furnas; the first Sowing Circle organiz
ed B. McPhcron Pres't, M, J. Favorits. Sec.
Febninry The LfldrVs S-winj Circle bld a
Fair and Ftivl on the 22J to raise mmcy to
wards buildinglbe Corgregation! Chun h ; Rfv.
S L. Collins oreanii'd a bnneb of the B:ipti(-t
Church in this city : J. D Martin A Co. opened a
biw Ftoic C r (f Fnt-t ar.d Main.
Wheeler k Hairy tale charge of the Brownville
ITouse ; Dr. McFherson opened vp a new Slora cn
April Joseph Scbuts completed hii new Jewel'
ry Shop on Main street ; Bob Morrison and J.'hn
Q. A Smith , opened a Billiard Rom ia the old
Band building; aao.her City Dakary started by
Miiv J. W. M'ddletofl openrd np a Sal He atjd
Harness shop : grading on Main an!2i wa tin ier
way and nearly completed ; Buck MoDanniel start
ed tbe first Barber shop.
June Joseph L. Roy opened up a Barber shop ;
TdeFnrland A Bond opened up new Dsguerrenn
Gallery ; City Bakery entered by lurglcrs: the
first Brownville Directory was pub'i.hed ; Camp
bel'.ites or Christians preparing ior the eric Lion
of a Church.
Republican CIul) Heclln
Pursuant to call a cumWr of tbe Republicans cf
this Precinct met at the City Book Store Rrading
Room last Monday evening, to forma Republican
Club. A temporary organisation was effected by
calling O. W. Fatrbrother to the Chair, and C. O.
Dorfey to act as Secretary.
On motion, a committee of one was appointed to
to dra't a destitution. Repoitmade and adopted.
Tbe Constitution sets forth that: Th Dms of
this organization shall b The Republican Club."
Its "object shall be to do what shall be in its power
to secure the election of Republicans to all cEees
both State and Naiienal."
On motion, proceeded to the e'ectioa of perma
nent cCcers, which resulted as follows :
Jno. L. Carson, President,
George W. Fairbrother, Vice President,
John L. Colhapp, Strretary,
Jams McNaugbton , Treasurer,
S. M. Rich, Corresponding Secretary.
On motion, Secretary was ordered to procure as
many Republican signatures to tbe Constitution as
possible aud report at next meeting.
Ob motion a Committee of two was appointed to
raise a subscription to defray the cxpesscs of a Ea-
purlicin Reading Room.
Proceedings ordered published in Advertiser and
On motion) adjourned lo meet next Monday even
ioj. JOHN L. COLHAPP, Sec.
Matoks Offick, Feb, Sd, IS63.
Council met in regular ecjsioc.
Present J. S. Church, Mayor.
T C Hacker, C F Stewart, C W Wheeler, A P
Coprswell. A W Morgan, Councilmen.
M F Boyd Marstial.
W II McCreery, Cleek.
Minutes of, previous meeting read and approved.
.On motion, an order was granted to K. V. Muir
for $150, to draw interest from ilay last as money
due him for Ferry franchise interest.
On motion, 0. B. Hewett appointed tt make an
Exhibit of the financial condition of theCity, re
ported aa follows :
Amount of City Orders issued from
November 1653 to April 8, 1867,
and delivered to parties to whom
they belonged $ I6,3S3 75
Amouut paid and canceled as ascer
tained by warrants on file in Treas
urer's oSee... 9,433 60
Leaving still outstanding $6,952 15
Since April 6th, 1867, there has been Issued a
now series of orders as follows : .
On the General Fund $1,630 00
Total amount of orders on theGene-
eral Fund to Jan 1; I86C 18,018 00
Orders iwued sinoe April 1807, and
canel!ed 612 00
Total Order cancelled 110,018 60
Leaving now outstanding
Total orders issued on the Bond Fund
0 The following order are still outstanding:
$ 75 85
From 1852 to April 8,1807 - 6,140 69
Issued in 1S57 1.017 l!0
Total $7,969 05
On motion, the Report of O. B. Hewett was
adopted and ordered published in the Advertiser
On motion, tbe City Encineer was ordered to run
v; i. i ,.. r .. . , ,
nis level over emaha htreet for th purpose of
. ...... mo (nug iucicui us iar ua in riiiLi
On motion O. B. Hewett was allowed $30 in full
fof t inancial Report
On motion, Joshua Rogers was allowed $12 for
On motion, Ben. Rogers was allowed thirty-two
dollars, rs City Marshal from May 1st to August
On motion, W. A. Polock was allowed ten dol
lar for grading the L-iveo at the river,
On motion, i! was proposed that the City Coun
cil would sell the Ferry Franchise at Brownville
to R. F. Barrett, for 3,000 dollars, on the following
condition. t-wit: The sail Barrett to py into
the City Treasury the sum of fire hundred dollars
In ensb ; to pny o(T the orders given by the City to
R. V. Muir fur tb said Fran. hise, and the order
given for the interest due on sail order and all the
inttrcFt iue thereon: and to pay cK all orders and
'he interest thereon given by the city to one Udno
for a j art interest in said Franchise, and to deliver
the SHtne lo the said City Treasurer free or all
charges; also, that the said Barrett shall run a
boHt on said Ferry, such sli the City Council Ehall
drcide sufficient to do tbe business thereof, on a
time table to be furnished and fixed bythes;iid
City Council. The said Barrett to have five yeais
to take up said warrants, on condition that h
hold the City harmless, and pay all interest and
costs resulting from su :h delay.
Tbe City give the said Barret five days In which
to accept this proposition, and will convey said
Franchise, when said com-i deration is fully com
j lied with, to b Void, if not complied with within
On motion, it was decided to in?ert aftet the
word "ctsb," the Words-or City Ordors," as part
of the proposition.
The Ayes on this motion Were Stewart, Wheeler
Nujs Morgan and CogTre!l.
On ruction, 'i R Fisher ir,i a'liwed as City En
gine. r. nine dollars end eighty-fivo cents.
On morion W. F. Wilson wnalhwod for gral
irifr 3;Ht(l yard ,f dirt, two-thirds of prii?e.
On m,tion, Mr. M. F. Boyd was allowed a City
Marstial th-r cam of sixty dollars, in full for throo
mirth's salary, to J in 17th, "I 7, '63.
On motion Council adjourned.
- '. H.CUURCn, Mayor.
W M. II. McrBKKRT, Cl- rk '
iN'olice to TAX-rAYKUS of Nemaha
Tou will save (en jcr rpnf, by paying up your
TnXvS bi.-t.iro the first iiay of 'iuy. and jtct per cent.
ui'.ro will bo addtd ufter the fir.-td.iy ol June Ifi63.
Is-3t-ted OEO. W. BKATION , Treas.
UNIIED STAILS E2rBSS C05IPANY.
J.I- CAHSON, AGENT,
Office Caiwon's Bank, Luownviile, Nebuaska
Carries Treight, Money and Small Packages to all
pHrU cif the U intcd States.
Estate of Elizabeth linker, dee d.
NOTICE 13 nTeby given thit tho Pri.bateCour t
of Jfemalia c unty, Neura.-ka, h;isa;?o'ntoI the 'Jin
day ot March 16$, at iO Vls k,a. m.,as th ttmo
fr examitiing and bll'.wing tfto final avmat f
WiLiatu S. Horn, Exi-cut..- or' tho last will ani
testament of tho said Elizabeth Baker, d ocoasdd.
A. W. MOKO-AX.
18-3t-ted Probate Judge.
Strayed or stolen
From. the underia:rod. living at Nebraki City
on Saturday 'night the 13ih, one medium siz d sor
rel ran lL.rso. lour years o.d, and wm rouh shod
allaro- nd;noo:her marks A lib ral reward ill
begivtntoany one reiumieg him or giving in
f "minion of his whereabouts.
IS 3t-tbd W. C. SIIAXXOX.
Ii L ADlil" A KT K KS DEPARTMENT Of TI1E PLATTE ,i
Vfiit Chi (Juart'.rmamtrr,
Omaha, .Neb., Jan. V, 188. J
Sealed biis in duplicate, with uarractre stgnl
by twi- rfspotisthlosurot.es will b receive j at thi;
Cioe until 12 o'cl x k, no(n, ou Mutid.y, Jauunry
2itb, letiS, lor the delivery at Omsha,ebrtka, of
Four Hundred (100) C;iv.ilry liorsos
between the time of the award of the contract, acd
Mar;:h lt, lSS8.
Ei.eh biddtr will be required to deposit with his
bid Uouui of one thousand dollars ( flOoO ). law
ful currency, as an additimial gu.rrut"e, that
htiuuld be bo tl e suctsrfol bidder, ho will rign die
c 'iitrHet and gjive bnnls a required ; puah deposit
to be forl'viwd thjuid be faii tu oinly with ihse
Ti e horses must be sound in every particular,
dark ;ii n d. well broken, in fuil ilosh and
cuiidition , trom titteca (15) to sixteeu (lti) h.md
high, from fjie (5) to nine (9 ) years old, und well
nol'teil lor c-.ualry purpus;8. marcs or stai.iou s
will bo received.
The horse will be subjected to a rigid inspec
tion, liorves thxt have been sold by the Guferu
uivnt will uoc be received.
hull condition of the oontract will be made
known on application at this c'JL-e. -
Bidlers uu -t be j-refont in person, or ba repre
sented by p .wtr of attorney.
liy order of Brevl Maj. Gon. C. C. ArertR.
16-6t Brev. Brig. Gen. U. S. A. x Ch. Qr. Mr.
John M. Graham, ll'ff,i In li trict Court of No
va niiib I ucty, Mate of
pSamuel South, D'ft, ) Nebraska.
The said fumuel South, defendant, will take
notice that John M. tiraham, th; said plaintiff, did
on the 21st diy f Janu iry, 18;U, tile his petition
in tho said Ditriet Court of sum Aemaha Ljuut) ,
State f el rarka, against the said amurl South.
The object and jrsyerot said petition is toobtaiD
a d-re of torelo!ire against the eiid Samuel
S'Uth,Niid an onUr of sale of the weft half of tba
south-vast quartor et" section twuty-twi (22) of
township fivo(i)of range lilteen ( IS) east, ot the
sixth principal mTi.iein, etmate in said County
uuder a Mortg-igo exeeut d by tbe said Samuel
South to the a nl Ji.hn M. Gruhjui on tho Sih dj
tf September. It09, to soeure to said plain'iff the
pnyment of 2jt).bOou the 2d day of August, ISM,
and to appropriate the proceeds of id rate to the
ayturnt of the coxts Lertin aud tbe payment il
the said sum f 52 i0 00 and int- rest from the 2J
day of Augut, iMO.and also for the payment cf
money exptixled by plaint fl in iaurg the taxesoo
said land. And the said Snmue) South is notified
to appear and answer said petition on or before the
th day of Mnrrh, IS68.
TU'TO.N, HLWETT A CIlURCn,
U-4t . Atfys for PPa.
Information cusranteud to produce a luxuriant
rrowth of hair uho a bnlJ head r,r beardless face.
a'.so recipe for the removal of Pimples, I lurches,
L..upiions, rte.,on the sk.n. leavii.g the same soft,
and bcautiful,can bo obtained without ebarae by
addressing. TilOS. F.CQAPMAN .Chemist
fc23 Uroadway.ITew York.
Hants, Tines, Trees Slinx&s and
FlOWerS. At the request of manyha
are anxious to get reliable selections of Vine3,
Trees, Shrubs, Flowers', etc., I have consented to
receive orders, from cow oBtil planting time in tba
Sprfng. I represent the exten .iva Nurseries known
as 8UUKYSIDE 2STJESEEIES, Clinton,
lotca, J.R.A A. Bateee, Proprietors. All stock
ordered through me, will be furnished at Nursery
Frices, freight added. Catalcgues. with prices.can
be had by application to me in person, or by apply
in: at the stofe of Kol't Teare & Co., Brownville
Neb. Evergthing furnished will be warranted true
to name, quality, size and condition as represented.
R. W. FURNAS.
Brownville, Dec. 12th. 136?. H-3m
ADDRESS TO THE NERVOUS AND DEB1LITAT
el whose sufferings bave been protracted from
fcidJen causes, and whose case require prompt treat
ment to render oxistence doirab!e. It you are suuer
ing or cave tufleredfrom ii. voluntary discharges, what
eflect does it produce upon your general talth? Do
you reel weak, debilitated, easily tired? Dues alittle
extra exertion produce palpitation of the heart? Does
your liver, or urinary organs, or your ktdoeys. fre
quantly pet out of order? Is your urine sometimes
tbick, milky, or flacky, or is it ropy on setting? Or
does a thick scum rise to tbe top ? Or is a seJiinent at
the bottom alter it has stood awhile? Dayou have
fpel'.s of short breathing cr dyspep ia ? Are your
bowels constipated ? Do you havo spells of faintiug
or rushes of blood to the head ? Is your memory im-
pai-ed? Is your mind constantly dwel ling upou this
u'.eft? Do you feel dull, listless, mopine, tired of
cocipany, or lfe ? Do you wish to be left alone, to get
away from everybody? Does any little thing make
yon start or jump ? Is jour sleep broken or restless?
Is the luKlreof your eye as brilliant? The bloom on
your cheek as bright? Do yotfenjoy yourjeif in socie
ty as we. 1? Do you pursue your business with the
same eueruy ? Do you feel as wuchcouQdeuce inyour
telf? Are your spiritsdull aud flagging, given to fits
of melancholy? if sx. ! it u or
dyspet sia. Have you restless nights ? You- back weak
your knees weak,' and have but little apctite, and
jou attribute this to dyspepsia or liver complaint?
Now, reader, belf-abu;e, vecerial diseases baaly
cured, and t-exual excesses, are all capable f produc
in a weakness or the generative organs. The orgaus
cf geueration, when in perfect health, make the man.
Did you ever think that thote bold, defiant, energetic,
persevering, successful business men are always those
j wnose gen rauve organs are in ptrieci ueaitn ? Xuu
, 'never near such men cnplain of being uieiancbolly, of
whose gent rative organs are in perfect heatth ? Yuu
nervousness, f palpitation of the heart. They are
never afraid they caonot succeed in business ; they
don't become sadnd discouraged; they are always
poiito and pleasant in the n n pat y ot ladies, and
look you and them right in the face none of your
downcst looks or any other meanness abnt them.
I do not mean those who keep the organs iLfiatned by
ruimiiii? to excess. These will not only ruin their
con slit ut.ous, but also those they Uo business wiihor
Uow many men from badly cured diseases, from
the effects of self-abuse and excess, have brought
about that state cf weakness in those organs tba; has
reduced tbe general sieui so much aa to induce al
most every otner dis.eae idioc y, lunacy, paralysis,
spinal atl'ections. suicide, and a. most every other form
or diease which humanity is heir ti, and the real
cauo -s the trouble scari.ely ever suspectet and have
dtciored f jr all but the rixht one.
Uise4K e f thee orcaiis reqnire the use of a dlnret
ic. HELMBOLD S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU i
tbe great Diu; etic, and is a certain Cure tor tli.-ea.-es of
the B adder Kidneys. Gravel, Dropy, Organic Weak-r.e-s,
Female Compiaiius. General Debility, and all
diea.es of theUnuary OrKaus, wbctber existing in
ilaloor reiiiule, from whaiever cause originaiiug a nd
no matter ct how loiip standing.
If no treatment is submitted to Consumption or In
sanity niay ensue. Our tleh and blued are supported
from iht-e hources, and the beaith and bappluess, and
that or Posterity, depends upon the prompt use of a
llenubolu's Kxtraet Buchu, established upward ot
IS years, pieparcd by
M. T. HELM BOLD, Druggist.
631 Broadway. New Vork, and
It. 4 touth lOtb st., Philadelphia, Pa.
Price t 26 per boit.e, or 6 bottles tor $6 60 deiiv
ereu to any address. Sold by all Di usgists everywhere.
DOCTOR W HITHER j
HAS been lonsor enSied in the treatment cf
Chronic, Sexual and female Diseases than any
ithc-r Ptivsician in St L uis
Syphilis in all its form, Gonorrhea, Gleet,
.Stricture, Orctii ia, tnabetcs, aud ail cirections of
the Unnsry and Sexual Organs, arc treated with
;be treat et success.
Spermaton hea. Sex-ual Debility and Im
potent y. the ie-nlt cf eit-abu.e in youth, or
f x ual est e?f e in maturer years, vlncii prixltire
-tinecf tbe lull. wiDt; rrTpct-, a blo'cbrs. debiiity
di y'z ness, Iinities ct sit-ht confusion of ideas, evil
i ebiHin ps, aversion ! ejciey of fenia'es !' of
mem ry jilJ ifxual power, and rendering maniuge
tnuiroper c,n be cured.
. 11 ... ... .. .i..n ri;irT-rFriiTiT.rTn, TTFptpja
Chr-imc Diarrhea, J.ivcr Coipr.iiut, Uernta , Kd;i
i'lrc, r any o'h-.v clir. tiic afieciin, may rely upon
ro.. i i' R a ra'iii'ai i:re.
Prucniar at?iMiM. u pivtn to ail 'Perriale Cem
,") i:illt.- ; It.rljiiia.ati n an! Uicerntiuii of the
nib. L- ucorrhei Ctlloris s. S'ri i'y ic?. M. st
ca.-es can te properly trr- tted witnou t an interview,
I'd uifdiUnes t-ent bv inait or expre-s. hecurpd free
in ni obe: virion. Consul tatioti by letter or at i.fflre
I Hf r. Charces nio(ier.i:e and cure- i?uarra iti'i
. 3Orrl e, with lici.-pitl acc:mmudatioiis for pi
titu ih. Nu. 617 St. Ctarles fctteet, letween SiifTii
and Scve'ith, St. L'mis. M
luVEItY BODY tin ce;t, in a scaled envelope,
nty TUexoi antl treilrnCut of Sexuil and Urinary
liea-es. contaiUioi tuli lyniitoni litf. tor two
rosiiice stamps ; al.-O my Paper ret.itinfr. to Chronic
dtid Ki m.tie Complaints, lor a three ceut stamp.
1-2 17 lv -
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A gct.tleman who suffered for years from. Nerv
ous Debility. I'rem.tt'ire D?a:iy,anl all the elfocts
of yt uthtul indiscretion , wiil, for tbe suke of suf
fering humanity, send free to all who need it, the
receipt und directions for uukin? the rim le rem
edy by which he was cured. Sufferers wi.-hing tu
profit by the advertiser's expcrientOf can do so by
addressing, in perfect con Sd. ne.
JOHN B, OfJDEN,
3 1 lyP 42 Cedcr S'rect, Ne v York
BEAFMESS, UATAltUII, COK
I cirf PTinv a vn c a Krvn rrpvn
A Treatl-e on Deafness, C.i'arrh, Cor-jmniptton and
nnccr; their canoes means or speedy relief and ulis
niaiecure. By a Prpn of the ACeieuiy of Medicine,
Paris Sent to 8iy a.Jdres tor 1 i cents. .
l.ritfr iroiu UoO't McAfurdy, D IJ , LI..D , Grand
Prela'eof Oriil Kncsini.runt of U S, and Editor of
the Xatiunal Frerna3n :
K i w oiiK Stt'. 17, ib7 Dr SIiLLweli. was in
chre'e ot tirac Church lioiital, Alexandria, Va ,
di.ni.g the war. 1 f rrqueut y, aunost d iiy? ior uiomhs,
viMicd t!ii Hospital, sn i hud every im nsof fcinwir:K
hi- reputation ur rrriciKKCV ami sSill. It wa - f
tbe nil ciediiable tliaiacier, anJ li succe-s iii the
treiiniei.t cf patients was romaikabie. Kodeut
It fits into the e ir, is not perceptible, removes ting
ing noise in the head, ai d mau.e: d at person.- to bear
ui-tii ci1 at iiurih and pu ic .eS'Iilb!ies. This iu
siruuieui will crteu prciuie results ainnst miraculous
and ii.deed in e.e of ions ataudinR deime-s, i. jriil
rrlieve iu a short time It may be adjusted with the
ee if hpeetitcies.
lH. STttXW "ELL wit: be professionally at 31 East
Wa.-liuua on place. University Building, K. X.. diily,
i 4. s.eit lued..J. when Lewiil be at hi rooins
11)32 Pine Stieet, r'hiiaue puia Pa 12 16 ly
DOCTOR MOTT'S J
o ci-:r r i a ia etext i vc.
IS n-ed by over three bnnlret thoisana ladies n
Cup At :'an;ij States al'Mie an I :' a lr;e uuiHbei
ii ti e W.t. wls W9ii:d u t be w:thont ii f jr ten
Hie- its cot. It i to ibis Pr-v?n ive a n the
:uethers "f ho-e 5ta es ow thir imiuiinity from
urise families. It is ah-ol'itely certain. c ntnient
to u e and witb'il beiioucial to hea'tli. AlMirii iui
riiuinal, ibe;i use means p.-r ecus tuiri and pro
pr Send stains for psnihel coutaJniLg lull
particulars. Address, 1
Or. A. d. Uilbcr, , j
(P O Box J392) 719 st .Chart street, j
ti-17-ly . ST. T.OVI MO.
TheHEV EhWAHD WILSON will fend
(fro of cb;rg) to ail who deirotbe pres-ripti n
with tbe dinctinn for unking and using the sim
ple remedy by which hftwaseurrd of a lungnfftw
tion and that dread diseai C rscmption. .II is
only Wjt""t Is to benefit the dieted and h5 hops
ever sufferer will try this prescription, a it wi ll
cot them nothing, 'id may prove a b!esinr.
Please aluress KEV KI)WAKC A WIf.SfJV,
No. H5 South 2nd 5t'., Villiatnburg, Ne York
TO BRIDGE "BUILDEHa.
NOTICE is hereby given that by vrder of the
County Commissioners of Nemaha County, Ne-bra-ka,
Scale! Proposals will ba ro-'eivcJ at the
Office of the County C erk in Dn.wnvill mtil the
6ih day i.f April. 189. at ten o'clo- k. A. M..to fur
nish all of tht material neces ary and to build two
15riiis across the Little Nemuha Riv r in said
County of Nemba; One at Pennett's Mill and the
other at the old W-ldle Eri5e, according to the
plans and specifications on file in the oQci of the
satd lounty Clerk.
The said C mm;Ff ioners reserving the right to
reject anv and all bids offered.
Iy order of the County ' rannssioDer. January
, 21s'. ISoS.
JAMLs 21. U MUMl,
17-ti County Clwk.
Sugar Loal Syrop, SorghaiD, and N.O. Molawes
at SWA & BK0'3
D0BSEY 'Cs BE0.,
Dealers in Men and Boy's
HATS and CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
imm 1 1 m mm. ijiji. .. 11 i . 1
Euijisssymi jmt'n m a.w uimMmlnw wiuiatjwn m mwmvmmm
T?? -jt"w - 'a -- - -- a, tJr
Blanket3 and Umbrellas
Hive just received and will keep con
stantly on hand a large and well a?sort
ed slock of the nbove, and all other ar
ticles in their line, which they offer lo
the public at
VERY LOW PRICES
i - .
To all Who Deeire to Save Icney
S S E E I A N
FIs jtift received from the East, a larja and well
scleted lot of
Which be oilers at
lie defies competition and will convince all who
will call a d eiamiue bis Stock ' He hy also
large Stock of
Hats, Caps, and Furnish
ing Goods, Trunks &c
Come One, Come All tvho want to
Keep iheir Bodies Warm,
S. SEEM AN.
J O b E 1' 11 JS 11 u T Z
Fa ja't received and will constantly ksp on
Lard a lare and well selected stock of genuine ar
ic.'os in is line.
One Door west of Grant's Store, Brottn
XI opair inn
Ot GI.kVs; Wii.teii'i Jeweirj u . ne on the short
Brownville. Neb.. March 15:h. 1SC6. T0-25-ly
JtUS. IL'StCE I.KACH, MIS? JtP.T A.fclMftOJt
LEACH & SIMPSON,
Milliners & Dress-Makers
WL-htoinfor the la.'b-s of rrrwr.vilTe and
vicinity tht tliey has jQt e tuajt-need a urt la
MILLINERY & DRESS-MAKING
When work will Ov duuc wir,b ;rcat ruro and neat
ness, and atterth latcft bartern stylos.
E:earhinir and Reja?ritg doue in the very latest
gtle and rn ithi-rt noiu-e.
Ijitect ttjle of Ltdii ' and I hi'dren Hats ar:d
Tlonneta ron-nty kpt n hr.d, alo lir.si pat
terns of L4ie l)rtse. Cloaks, and Children clo
thing cut on short notice
Second Stiert. between Main &. Water
To all wht m it i3;ty cr-nctrn :
Notice i btri-bv zircn that the Prolate Court of
Nem t county , ' b '?;. as appointed tb- ec nd
M-'Bday in J Ji uary, 1SJ:, fo h"ar a .?tfK'ii) -at tr m
Viri? nil M. H ir.r, '.'uir.ii in i.f Gcor.'d Ltbs ul
L-mnda Etbs no-sv Mry. (i-idfre.
(liven under my hand thi 2 day of tW., A.I).
1868. A. V. 3IOKGAN, Probate Jude
Virginia U. Hunt, Guardian, 13 2t
W I II 1 1 B
t IM'IT I .
We return thanks to our friends and
the. trading public Jforjthe libe
rdl ratronage they have
thus for extended U3.
Our aim shall
be to so
as to merit tho
confidence of our
customers. All represen
tations guarrantied. We keep
on hand a complete stock of all
kinds of goods required for this
market, and as to prices
TCeTOXot be Undersold I
Boots & Shoes
&c. &c. &c.
AH kinds of Produce
TAHEK in exrhanre for Goods, for which, the highest
maikel price wil be alloweJ.
ROBERT TEARE & CO.
Corner ilain and Second Street
January 1st. 1S83.
HILI & CO.,
Ladies' bent's and
231 at J
ronntriff, perh.ipii, tba
ni'iM cornleic an t e
tensive stock i ffore.1 to
tl'noleave or Rcfatl
puirhihem wp.t of tea
ti vr haviiix ! eea
ct i: ne I'.r (itent of
Stjkor Fair ie!ina,
ttiey merit tbeo nQJ
eiu jtud p itrona'e of
uSk. Xa 3L I
DEALERS IN A
STAPLE AND FANCY
Emoracinsa'.l taa aQyYj lt Season.
Also, a large and well-u Jected stock of
Gents FurnltLins Gnoda,
BOOTS & SHOES,
HiVTS AND CAPS.
1 x V 'U :d Xi Li xx i-)
OnGood werwbonht of Crrt hand, and we
think we en offer aui-h induct mntu to jcrcLaser
asennnot fai! to mit thoso wishicg to toy. Call
andsee for jroarfelvea.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchdr.ze
for Goods . 5lf-
Jihn McKirxie, HIT. J.'etore A. W. Mor,'.n, J. P.
nr ; ot IV tnnha Cuctj, ii'ite
Wm. Fovrriour. Vt't. of Ne! r.isia
t)a tbe2Mdj of D?o mHer. A.D. lSf;7, said
Ja.Htice ii"ne.l n Urii-r f Attachm-nt in thd
ah'.veastion fur the sum of Nineteen duiUrs.
Browtni;i Srb.. Dee. 27thr 1S87.
14-St EE Fr'ETT & CiiV&QU, Atfja for M.
At ti SIss. cf ti
Big Bed Qtcad
h tlia p!ao tatcy
UPHOLSTIT? ! ! I
Keep constantlj oa hand a completa Uicrtaest .cf
' Spring beds,
Cabs and Gif
Piino Stoolf, Teapoy Stanli,
ftilt and Rosewood Moulding, Sheets,
Pillows, Pillow Slips, etc., etc., eta., eta.
A oti) Casts and cfjlcz Work made herder
And anything ani eTeryjhin; required to let np
pi.. in or fancy housekeeping.
All cf their ware is cither rnanafAcfnrel or pot
np under their special superintendence, whiei
enabU them sound article at smaller prices thaa
eastern icanafactuted goods.
i i ... rj;.Jw- ,,-
. r 1 iJLJ. --TH.K s.
is at the Service of the pnblh! at any time it may
be nettled, acd is gotten np ia as fine style as any
Xletalic Burial Cases,
of all sises somtantly oa hind, at eastern prices.
We are doin: ba-inei cn st'Jclly cash principles.
At a im'iil profit, and by attention to bunine and
tbe wants of the community, expect in tht future
3 in the pa;t to receive the patrona g9 of the pub
M'FALL & CO.
The Bxowhvills, Ft. Kcrney and
Pacific Railroad Compmy.
N OTlt'K is hrthy i;iier), il.Jt, in juruunce of.
the 0Denl I.:iw of t!m Ste of N-bra-la,
Company bus bn inc'.rwirte'l an I th ee rit'i-Jto
of si4 iri',i'rp.rni. u has br-n fi!i d in th" Cice of
the ictaS-y cf St.it of 'he rotate f Nbr .-k;.
The iiiiui'j of the si! I ccrp r i n 1 "The l:rn
? ilie, Yvrt Kearney nd Paciii: tiilrrn l C.ni;iny."
It principal place f ba-incs thall bo ISruwnvilie,
itrNetnahACi.un'y, !?:br.i-ka. fh. g -neral nirura
of its t usine eh ill le the i'fin.-tp.icti"n, m tinfe
Lan. e and cpemtit i f a r:i'.r ; 1 trm tlr .wr.riil
in county i f N m il a, t' a p.ti.t i n th- Uni a
;in I IV-itk li.ii!nu i, the mur. -t pretioib!o t
F rt Kearney in i id Si:ito it X ir-Ki, n ax fa
intf rs-'ct the ouid U-it.in And I'-wiiti t ll i r 1 a i uri
tKiint. Ttie capital s'tx k i tw nii!'.in UuI'jm,
reu ptr cent, of whii-h is payal.1 ut the time f
suts.:ribin, and tiiC b.!ariv at the eail tf tb
IV.arJ of Dirtcturs. Thi bjjiney ant i' f
said c rf.or:iti.u emtneni.e on the lith ly of
-June. lSt)7, atd sid c-.Tpt-iafir n j. totuTtt jxrp-t
ul duriitiuD. Th'j in iebteJzcss of tba c.r.wa
tnn not io exjeed at any tiin two-thirU of its
ciipital s ock, or the v.itu of its pr .t rfy bth
real and peruLal. Ti e Lusincsi and atf-tir of thv
Ci mpmy aro ti be c n iue'e i by a JJoird of s ca
Directors, ho shall be elect d l the annual meU
in; which rbill be h!d on tho first il onday of
September of eai h v r.
JOHN McrilERSON, President.
J. W". Pi. ACSEVltN . Sfcretary . 17-1;
LEGAL ISO TICK.
Itcnbin T. Stephens is hcr!y nci'iCil thit Lo
rinda M. Godfrey by Kran ;is !I. I). Hunt, her next
friend, n piaiutilf. did on tee 22J dy of J inn ry ,
SI in :h Di.-trict Coi,r' of Nem ih. County
nod S'nte Ntbrapkit, her pttiiion ain.t tr
said Jicunin X. tep'jcriS. J-Fef.h S. I'.r ici, L
onurd L. Fru.ii; A An -ih .ny P. L'o-wrll as d ftul
ant. The object nnd piaytrf n d Pitiiii-n N0
btnin a judgment aHiit t lie !aid Jifnb-n T.
Stej ben., Jo. ej h S. I'ars r.and Lfi naid L.l r-t
fur waste Cuariiitt d -.n iril (Ijiid d by nil
PiaintilT, wh r-in Pin in tit' cl urn 'lauiig' t the
. monul f $ :G().0') ; un i li ubt.t:o an orl r of
aid Courr d j'-lariD v il an 1 c.io lHrg a u rM'a
Icd m.idc and siiftd by Perry U.-df - and fj
rind M. Ufrey, wife of tn caid Perry (Jo-lfrey,
t Jtnb!.-n T. Stehn. on tho ID h ility of I)-'m-b
r, lSr?7, for the f .llowindi-ribi lir, 1. 1... it:
The t. of tbe n w. of S' c'i r 3 3,tri town 4,
n iu racge st ; hiid he n. of th- n. J f.f
the tiai l n. w. ot sni l weti-on and t! e n.Jj
of i he n. ?t of tbe a. w. J f f.vd ms.;tioH 35; ani
the n ,l thf t. i of trie n. 't of Ptid a w.
of nail t-ei'ti.-n ZJ in raid t'.wri -1 .nd ra:yw I') ; wn
a!iii to ob'ain an order dti'!rir null nod rmd
certain Deed m id by the said lubcn T. S ephei.a
tn .Ii pojih rt. ..n the -M d..y of I) o-iuVt,
IS7, for a a't of aid land; and a!' thuDel
made by, tbo f ii i Ueubn T. n pbem to lv.ni J
L Fru-t,oii the2th diyof Ducjiuixr, IviS, f,f
another p; t of iaid land ; aljoa 'u iUr ord-r dt
cUrir. voi In cerluin M.irf (C-ijc-j uul by the aid
R. ubin T. .t'.b"ii t A. I'. Ciwe;I on ii. 2 h
d;!T ol lKetinocr, lsC7, ft.r uLuiLtr txct of uii
And tbe said R.-ubin T. Steph"t f?r?q!i'red t-j
jp..r aud ri(iv r ' iid petition on or l. t'.r tba
Uih day ot Mt h, IM".. 17-U
TU'lUN, HEWETT A CIll KC.'f
Attcrm y for p.i-itiX
Th rTdirr of I.'-ri lira I!?y, rTet"!, w'l
t.-kf not"M- that the Pr bate "i nrt f miha
County. Ncbr trk . b (.(4nfe 1 the I-rb d y ,,f
July. ii'H, and ih- I0 h d-iy ltu-n-t, f, 4 a tn
I ki and tb oUke f the !(, wte J u.Jje in P,r .rn
vill. NVmtha county, Xetraka m t'i U;,t'-t
the bearir-a ut c'aitua nca'rft tha F.tMf if
den dc: t. Uforetbe ''n bi'w Jud t, snid Ntin i!.
ro-ir.iy, 'eWrak . U:il". ?h :im of rr .lit..r
at e prercnted to aaid I'm bite Jude f;;r a;l.)W-i,e
ujnii. j.ne of theaaid Jjys they will n. b entitled
to ray;ucnt. A. W. JIOIiG .V,
rjbim Ju l e.
P.r.,wnti:ie, Jan. l.tb,ir.?. Kt-lt
Br. aoaza. Jt. w.;rriiAj4
BEIT. ROGERS, & CO.,
LivciyFecdand Sale Stable,
Dealer in alt kinds of Stok II.Te Pou;h,.?o'J
and Esvhanjtdi Stck boardad by thJ diyt
The Propria?. .rj Lv? recent'y erect-! ah ntir
new ;!irje an l c m j. d Sf V- "'ii "re-
n e? thi? ol ! Pr wt i ! Ic I!:-use. T .e ir r" . 1 1 r t'.l
tresh and VehicJes sew.- 'i'h' rsV.Is caa t ac-cji'
ra dat-d at ail b.or,daj or nitst.
A Stfrk corral! with an abauial s'j'fp' Ql
pars tfalei stMLeJ Id li SUL:. il if
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