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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1868)
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c-.nk Deed?, Mortgage!, lmcuuqd., ivccyus,
".re Lieense.ie. ac. AC lor saie at mis vuicc
rvPlELD & EATON. 124 Street and
, WILLIAMS. M Chtu st, V. cor. ttk.
" are toe author, Agent In St. Lonlf f0r this
,i .x.nii to miVtm collections andDorcbas
, IdIM City St Loul
r m .lrKTXRX if our authorized Arent to
Jeive subscriptions for the Advcrtiwr in the Fair-
'.y rri-virn ur authorized Aeent to receive
IwrirMoii for tbe .Arfrerf ..cr in the Highland
waLIAMHOXBY is onr authorized Agent to
'Jeire subscriptions for the Advertiser in Nema
. fifv 1'recinct.
v' ' nALET Uour authorized A pent to receive
, cription for the Advertiser, at Cliiton.
j;is ha Dry Oak word fur sale.
f&ESH Garden Seeds at Swan A Bro's.
i jt;lL stock of Groceries at XIcGee fc Co.
- YTOKKkai been resumed on the Court Dome.
' fresh Garden Seeds and Onion Setts at Bliss.
JIQRE Mi Ik customers wanted by Ben Thompson.
g q . Ljrtt, Land Agent, Dwnville, Nebraska.
' JBE beft Cider Vinegar fer sale at Swan & Bro.
'OUR articla on "BrowLTille" ii crowded out
l j week.
Osage Orange, Field and Garden Seeds on hand
GRADING baa been resumed on Fourth between
Vm and Xemaha.
Stationer, Blank Books, etc., full atock at Mo--eerj's.
500 obn Peere's genuine Moline Plows, at Theo.
WM. S IIELLEN BE 11G E R i east after goods.
; L McGee has gone to recn?jlvania.
;00 P. A H. Smith A Co.'a Pekin Breakiag
-twB.at Tbco. Hill A Co.'s.
Two Dwelling nouses for sale cheep ; also, one to
tt, st Bliss's P. G. Store.
A FINE assortment of Ca Goods including
'inslow'. Gresn Corn, Tomatos, Peaches, etc., at
i Ifjcu want a good article of Family Flour, leave
'car orders at Bliss's P. G. Store, he Icepsthe beet
THE ccnelurion of the report of the M A M B
i L K R Surrey will le found on our 4th page.
TOE RAILROAD is in sight of town. The track
, thrown cp, and ties laid as far as opposite North
Buckwheat Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, Corn. Meal,
-n, Short, Cob meal and Wood , for sale. at the
C. Store. "
JAMES M. BACKER, actiDg County Superin--Jeot,
acd the editor of the "Advertiser" are in
tid to address the London School on next Friday
BAV FOR SALE. Persons desiring to buy Hay
in prttxre it of the undersigned at his reei
sacetbree miles west of this city on the Tecum
Jeb.2d, 18C3. 19-tf
SEVERAL Communications and a portion of tbe
".durational are crowded out for want of room. To
rure sn early insertion correspondents should get
,cir letters iu the Saturday or Mas day previa us to
t AY UP. All those indebted to McFall A Co.,
ill jJea call and pay up soon, or the amount will
l placed in tbe bands of an oGcer for collection.
l.EMEMHER tte meeting of;tbe Nemaba Coun
f Agriculwral Society vn tbe 7tb &X Mnh to
Wsuije riemiorn List , and ai-point Committees
,i tbe year of ISSS.
TRE RIVER at this point is new rery unsafe
t teims, and riky for foot paswngert ibe ice,
t.Lg rotten, and in the middle of the day pearly
cred with water. The ice broke ud at St. Jo
j.b last MorUay.
THE REV.BENJ. TRIP, a Christian minister
icjDear Beatrice, Xebraka, died at London, in
ii county, on the 17th. Dc had been recently n
gd in holding a series of meetings at London
;th tbe Chris' ian Church there, when he caught
lercre cold which terminated fatally.
THE WEATIIER, for th paFt vcek baa been
rj Springy, making many cases of Spring-Fever.
it frofct is fast leaving, and everything now indi
.:ei an early Spring, de?pite the ground hog sign,
fc'ineri bare been sowing wheat the past week,
z.e of our citizens have been making garden.
J. E. CHAFFE, proprietor of the Brownville
ectifying Estabrul.mcnt, is prepared to supply the
ruand, o any xtent, for pure, unadulterated
quors. Being thoroughly conversant with the
BMDesi and having tbe latest and most approved
ratus, he can warrant what he sells as pure
'i troe to tb brand. Those buying Liquor will
II it tn tV; 4s.nli.il in xnll nn Mr PhnF K
NORTH STAR, MO. This toarn vi now organ
ti under tbe laws of the State of Missouri, and
affairs are under tbe management of a Board of
rustee? who have just appointed the following
:n officers :
IWwuii ng Attorney, J. K.. Tefft ;
Clerk nd Treasurer, J. H. feiik ;
Street Comniissioner, Goorge Uml ;
Marshall, Charles W. Cross.
BRICK MACniN'ES. Your attenUon Is called
the advertisement beaded Brick Machine. 'Messrs
luick A Co.. of Nctnaha City, hare these with
cy other machice and farm implements forsle.
last season were at ome pains to ascertain the
ice and capacity of Brick Machines and there
-ality of work, and we have heard of nothing so
ttp letely answering tbe wants ci western brick
oORGIICM, when rightly made, is J good eat
as any molasses. But this is seldom found. We
Te been placed .nr.der obl'gations the past week
3Vm. Iluches for a sample of as fine orghura
1 was we ever saw or tatted. It has not that
tagreenble green taste considered inseperable
a Sorghum, but has pleasant, sweet, tootb
etattfl. It is clean, yellow in color, and as
vk as the sediment in Susr House MoUes.
bat given us a promise to write for the Adterti-
method fox malting it.
'TILDIXQ Is reviving. The last few days bve
Tn our carpenters at work out doors in their shirt
-s. A.W.Morgan is erecting a building on
bill adjoining the t'ub'.ia Square, anl Dr. M
ieroa ds havieg large stable reoted on the
oer of Second and Water. A. P. Cogswel has
"ore or more of hands employed in leveling his
on Levee, between Nemeba apd Nebraska ets.
Fratory to putting op one of the nest Rsi
ufs in town, lie will commenne building ijn.'
aiatelr. fitone is beicg procured in large
ntitiei, and present indications are that the
";ne; mimd wilUv ouUWip the lasticoux W&
"aTER GRADING.-We iave heard many
I California miners and otters- rpeak highly of
Ostein cf wanhing .down aiUlby forcing a
yem cf WRter again!t it and washing it away.
- babsen often suggested as peculiarly a4pt
; to the rilge cn o,ur Levee, as the dirt would
t into tbe river and wash away. Now, the
"'"boat Iiona, belonging to Capt. Barrat, is at
f Ltree, her "ocupaiion gone ; she cacriea a
,werful engine eapable of forcing a large stream
ater considerable distance. As the means are
trdy would it not pay for feveral J-jt owner on
e Levee to club together, get theUMf the boat,
care tuEcient bone to reach tbe bank and try it?
suoens, if it resulted in making away with the
would be of incalculable benefit to the city
ie,uttiDJ money into the purses of lot owners
FERRY FRANCniSE.-R. F. Barrett, of this
cuy, cm purchased the ateamboat SBnset,t sjjd
the charter for the ferry of the Missouri river at
thia place, at a cost of 115.500, and will have the
boat repaired as s, ferry boat, and lave it in oper
at Inn mm iaah . . . . . .
t-ae river opens in tne CDrinz
The boatjwill carry oTer the river at one time one
hundred bead of cattle and fifteen teams, and will
be in condition to stem the current or wind at all
hours and ceaioBi. She will be under the charge
of Capt. James Emmons, an experienced steamboat
man, than whom there is not a more honest,
straightforward, bosiness-liko yoang man in the
KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Keata-k-y fot
tery Scheme. Far jn for sale, Marble Works, for
which M. F. PoyjJ. of this city, is agent. State
mentof the Western Accident- and rire Insurance
Ccmpanj j Virgil S. Flail, Agent. Pup Lost. A
chance to make $200 a month. And Georce P.
Berkley, Painter, - whom, from specimens of his
work which we have seen, we" can recommend as
thoroughly competent to do any and ail kinds of
work in bis line.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE REPUBLICAN CLUB
Club net pursuant to notice. Vice-President
Fairbrotber in the chair. .
On motion the Treasurer was Instructed t$ con
summate a contract with Cburcb, Cclhapp A Hack
er fpr the rent of the City Book Store Reading
Room for the use of the Club, at $15 per month.
On motion the money subscribed this evening
shall be paid in within twq weeks.
On motion the Corresponding Secretary was or.
dered to procure political documents for distribu
tion and for the use of tbe Club.
On motion the Treasurer was ordered to procure
a transparency with the words "Headquarters and
Free Beading Ro cm of the Republican Club,"
lettered thereon, the same to be placed over the
front door of tbe City Book Store.
On motion adj our d,
O. W.FAIRBROTDER, Pres.
Capt . Davidson ,
Brownville, Feb. IS, 1868.
Daring the past week, contrary to expectations,
there Las been a decline in gold of 12 per cent.
It is reported that the Secretary of the Treasury
has thrown upon the market a large quantity of
the precious commodity, which may account fpr the
Government Bonds are also lower. The intro
duction into Congress of a bill taxing these securi
ties, may to a certain degree, have produced this
result. In answer to an inquiry of a correspond
dent whether Government Securities are not now
selling rcry nearly as high as any point ever be
fore reached, tbe Philadelphia Pre presents the
following concise tabular statement of the highest
and lowest points touched by Governments in the
market sisee their first issue :
Title. Lowest and date.
Coup. 6s. pi 8Z June 18. 19, 1851.
5-20s, 18fi2 VI -Ian IS, 13-53.
Ih64 iov. ZS, 1555.
18R5 Nov. 27,29, 1 8(55.
July, 18C5 ,-103i Jan, 10. 1867.
lbfi '"o'i vet. ia, isti,
10-40s t8l'? Nov. 27, 1865.
June73-1 95' Noy. 23, 1S6S.
July u 85 Nov. 15, 23, '65,
Titles. Highest and date.
Coup. 6s. 118 April 14, '64.
5-20s 1862 uaj-i; uct. 19, '65.
181 U15i Aug. 29. '66.
1K65 filial ept. 6,13, '67.
July, 1865 .....110 June 29, '67.
1867 flUO;4 Ug. -8-V,'6T.
10-4oa 10:JJ Aug 11 to 31, '64.
J'ne7 3-10 ,..-10 July 11, '67.
July lOSJS July 11, 12, '67.
tSold at S9 ex-eoupen Mareh 21, '65.
JSame price Sept. IS. '67.
Oct. 31, 1S6P, Ill4
It will be seen that the 10-40s only are cow gell-
ineat their highest point, and 7-30s very nenrly so ;
all other bare been materially higher previously.
It is a matter ol some surprise that, during the
late financial and political ex;itement ia Conre.tf ,
there should have been so little uneasiness apparent
among European holders of United States securities.
It is en ti mat 8d tn( over oou,uou,uuu or our bonds
are held in Europe, and with such a lanre vested
interest in our U.iverment, it i not supposable that
these investors do not keep attarplook out upon
the course of our afiiirs. The singular fact, how
ever, taee s us that, while mny of our own capit-
Hlirtsand investors nave become, to say tbe least,
very ncasy a, the present aspect of affairs, our
foreign creditors maintain a remarkable equan
imity. There are reasons which may account for
this. The result of the war has done more, perhaps,
toward establish ng the credit of tbe t'nited States
(bliatious and strengthening European confidence
in republican .government tnan is generally sup
posed on this side of the Atlantic; and European
investors having once placed their cou$4eace. are
not in haste to remove it.
Led In Karactcrs,
GKiRnorrrit Borne, . )
l'bebeary wun, 1S63. )
Grashoptur hes sitisins ov oa,s well ej enny
uther place ; the most yustfull ot those ar
He are a stoor Reaper ov the fust woter, an alers
wates on his kustumers in the most porlitest stile
His stock ar awl the most faEtidyous cood desire
konsistin in sope, shugar, long and short eweetin',
'koddfirib, nales, an menny uther artikels good fur
body an seal.
Es i ware citin moosin ontu mi self t i looked pp
and seed cumin rile tu vhare i ware moosin a
man. ne hed a pease or paper in his band, an
seamed red in Lis fast, his i ware otta the sirth
es f he hed lost sumthin. ne ar our lawyur
O. C. FEINFLIKT.
His name in full ar green leaf chitty skinfj int.
ne arove in GraLop-ur at the tune be arriv, an
hes Jain -bear ver sense, uply wen be ware knot at
hum. He bes branes es well es a familee.an lo k
in everyday fcr tnnar, whici.t will be an event
long tu be rejnembered. He ar .moat sjckssessf ul
wen be winds a case, iberefour, he bes mado.a host
ov f rends.
Cumin clost onto our Uwyur a'
VISrER riLG ARLHTX, If. D.
lie ar our doctur. He ar a naternl dnctur an kia
kure enny ailin cept deth. He wares nicer close an
yusesbook wc-ds tu thedoliti an astonishment nv,
awl sitisins. In the age-r he ar hard tu be",t, e
relics in awll kins ov fvers. Awlso. be ar fust
rate in sore beds ov babyes. an wimin failins.
Rntee in histiar kin bee1 the afickitid an bind up
the wonded. He bes bin a grate help in settling
up this kf mmnnity. an we hope he'll go on in the
good work ov f-tchin 4'h numbers tu our bootiful
bot'um, an aidia in euckoring the sickt an suffer
Jist as i ware .crossin mud Jioliar i knowtised a
ole man with a gun ntoo his shewldar. This ar
He ar the greatest koon hontw ov the nssbion
an kin shutecloster tu the mark Ihio enny uther
1 vin ur ded man in the woureld. n dont like this
k on try kase koop? is skase. Rusht botum he Kiis
ar better nur Grafhrptur fur hjs favuritgaim. ne
hes koon ontu the braae.
I hern a loud speech in the skool boust an went
tu sea what the mattr ar. i meat Josh Gxstub.
Jie endforml i and endignaben meatjn ware .up
onto tbe rale rode. The orter ov tne octasecn
Now this Jock ar a snaik in the grass, ne ar so
bj natur, a,n :wer Gahrel tute bis horn hel be the
same old Jock Sly. He never beds enny ov his
rone doins, O know. He pushes sum wun else
abed, thin be kin keap ontu both sides. He ar a
bully brave ov the kainine jpus.
Tbee fellers whht ar gitin p .endeguashens
agen the rale rode wants each wun on ns tu pay a
taxt ov 10 dullyurs on each quarter seetshun or
land to endvestugate the grate rale rode froai.
irit the leckdU-oo -ware ahout takin plase those fel
lers was pur. butt awl to wunst tha is richt- Awl
i hes to sa ar, ef yoa let. Jock Sly plifox yu on
the rale r-de, yu is tarnashion fules, fit for an lu
xetick assilum, ur we moot spar a fu on em fur the
fist uv tbe fele killer. Batter keap ynr tea skads.
py yur rale rode taxt, jtop yur muth shutin an
kut loost frum Mr. J. Sly Snaik. With this endi
riduitlslle draw tt ani eeml .
My neks will be ontu l'bisiognomiat the eng-liibt-ov
whicht ar Uorg.
Dr. N. O. baker M. D.
N. BA errthe,wsoasst,io meatin -bes jist bin
belt at Crust Stone. Hit ware a big thing ontu
ire, an yu kin seeal! about bit in the Knewbr.nk.-y
Presst. The krowd ware largo, konsistin Mostly in
Red an Pen, Pen an Ked. r;um good gasia ware
did by the enfooriatod assembly. Bille Goto hed
I a number or moUwor, an he foels better es he never
. - ft- .
Drs. Wesley & Pierce
, Have fer many years treated Private diseases with
jonexaropted soccesa, having had twenty year ex
! periencrin the Hospitals of this and other conn
'tries. They have devoted theii whole time and
enerizy to tbe treatment of private complaints ;
their soccesa iu tbe treatment of those Ion? stand
ing and difficult catea each as were formerly con.
sidered incurable, la sufficient to recommend them
to the public aa worthy of the extensive patronage
which they have received. The universal and un
failing success in the treatment adopted ty them,
has proved, beyond a doubt, that a permanent cure
for tbe worst cases of Constitutional Sjphilia, Gon
orrboea, Stricture in any form, ali Mercurial affec
tions, diseases of the Skin, Kidneys and Bladder
! also, the effect of a solitary habit ruinous to
body and mind, producing blotches, debility, Jmpo.
tency, dizziaess, dimness of sight, &c., &.c, and
rendering marriage improper, which annually
sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young
men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intel
lect, miy rely upun a permanent cure. so charge
for advice or consultation. All communications
strictly confidential. Send two three cent stamra
tor treatise relating to ail private diseases. No
Mercury used. JJfflce hours fiom 9 a. m. to 7 p m.
Sunday, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Office 413 Oiive St.
Address all letters to P. O. Box 2603, St. Louis,
Mo. 12-16 ij
TjEAFffESS, OATABRH, CON-
JJ SUMPTION AND CAKCEK CUBED.
A Treatise on Deafness, Catarrh Consumption and
ancer ; their causea, neana cf speedy relief and ulti
mate cure. By a Pupil of the academy of Medicine.
Paris. Sent to arJy addres for 10 cents.
Letter from Kob't McMqrdy, D.D., LL.D., Grand
Prelate of Grand Encampment of U S, and Editor of
the n ational t reematon :
New Yohk: Sept. 17, 1867 Dr. Stillwell was In
charge of Grace Church Uoupital, Alexandria, Va.,
during the war. I frequent y, almost daily, for months,
visited this Hospital, and bad every me- uof km wing
his reputation for zrncitsc and skill. It was of
tbe most creditable character, and bis success In tbe
treatment ot patients was remarkable. Eobebt
It fits Into the ear, is nof perceptible, removet ting
ing noises in the head, and enables deaf persons to hear
distinctly at church and public assemblies. This in
strument will often produce results almsst miraculous
and indeed incases of long standing deatoess, uwill
relieve in a short time. It may be adjusted with the
ease of spectacles.
DR. STILLWELL will be professionally at 31 East
Washington place, University Building, N. X.. daily,
10 to 4, except Tuesdays, when he will be at his rooms
1032 Flue Street, f hlladelphia, Pa 2-liJy
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A gentleman who suffcrod for years from Nerv
ous Debility, i'rematuro Decay, and all the effects
of youthful indiscretion , will, for tbe sake of suf
fering humanity, send free to all who seed it, the
receipt and directions' for making the sim; le rem
edy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing tu
profit by the advertiser's exporionce, can do so by
addressing, in perfect confidence,
34 lyP 42 Ceder Street, New York
DOCTOR WHITTIER !
HA S been longer engaged in the treatment of
Chronic. Sexual and Female Diseases than any
jther Physician in St Louis.
(Syphilis in all its forms. Gonorrhea, Gleet,
Stri'-jure, Orchiiis, Diabetes, and all affections of
the Urinary and Sexual Organs, are treated with
jtbe greatest success. i
Spermatorrhea, Sexual Debility and Im !
'potency, as tbe result of self-abuse In youth, or
i sexual excesfes in roaturer years, which produce
-mnieof thetollcwing erl'ect", as blotches, debility
dizziness, dimness or sight confusion of ideas, evil
forebodings, aversion t society of females, loss or
meniry and t-exual power, and rendering marriage
tniproper can be cured. j
Persons suffering from Consumption, Dyspepsia,
Chronic Diarrhea, Liver Complaint, IJernia , Rup
ture, or any other chronic affection, may rely npon
rocelving a radical core.
i Particular attentkn given to all Female Cem
plaints; Inflammation and Ulceration of the
: Womb. Leucorrbea. Cblorisis. Sterility &c. Most
cases can be properly treated without an interview,
and medicine sent oy mail or express, secured free
frum observation. Consultation by letter or at tffli-e
free. Charges moderate and cures guarrautieJ
t n3"0ftice, with hospital accommodations for pa
tien ts. No. 617 St. Ctartes street, tetween Sixth
anl Seyenth. St. Louis, M-
j fiVEBYBDUX can get, Jn a sealed envelope,
niy Tbeeiy and treatment of Sexual and Urinary
Diseases, cout;fiing full t-ymptoru lists, tor twe
poiinge Ptamps ; also, my Paper relating to Chronic
n4 Female Complaints, for a three cent stamp. i
12 17 lv. '
ADDHESS TO TITE NERVOUS AND DEBILITAT
ed 'whoe eofTerings have been protracted irom
hidleo causes, and whose cases require prompt tre4-
m-tit to render oxistence desirable. Ir yon are sniTer-
Jng or have suffered from involuntary diharges, what
efiect dKs it produce np n yonr general health? Do
you feel weak, debilitated easily tired? Dcealittle
extra exertion produce palpitation of the heart? Does
your liver, or urinary orvans, or your kidneys fre-
qcantly get out or order? is your urine sometimes
thick, mi.ky, or fl -cky, or Is it ropy on settinuX Or
does a thick scum rise Ho tbe top ? Or is a sediment at
the bottwa after it has etotd iwbi:e ? Do yoiPhare
tpejts of short breathing; cr dyspep ia Are ynur
bowels constiosted ? Do yon havo spells of fainting
or rushes . f blood to th? head? Js your memory im
paired? Is your mind constantly dwelling upon mi
uhje;t? Do you feel dull, listless, moping, tired of
company, or life? Do yon wish to be left alone, to get
away from everybody? Does any utile ming msxe
yon sta'tor jump r jour sleep orocen or rsiess
Is the lustre of your eye as brriliant? Tbe bloom on
your check as bright? Do you enjoy your.--e;r in socie
ty as .ve.l ? Do you pursue yonr .business with the
6ameenerpy? Do you feel as much cunflden'-e inyonr
se'f? Are your spiritsdull and flagging, iven to fits
of melancholy? if so, do not lay it to yonr Mvcr or
dyspersia. Have you rettless nisats ? Tou- back weak
yonr knees weak,' apd have b.ut litUe apetite, and
ion attribute this to dyf pesia or liver complaint?
Now, reader, selt-abu.e, venerial diseases baoly
cured, and i-exual excese3, are all cupable f produc
ing a weakness of the generative organs. Tbe organs
of ge&eraUon, wbeu in perfect health, makeibe man.
Did you ever think that those b-.ld, defiant, energetic,
persevering. snccesruljbusiness men ate always thse
whose getifrative orirans are in ptnect beatih ? Tii
nevr aeu suiji men cvmplain of being melancbully, of
nervousness, . f .paJpitativU of the hejrt. They are
never afraid they cannot succeed in bnsiuess ; they
don't become sadnd disc-uraitel ; they are always
polite and plrasnt in the nn m y ul laCieti and
look you and them right in the face none of your
downcast looks or any other meanness about them.
Uo not mean those who keep the organs ir.flamed by
ruumug to excess. These wu4 cot only ruin their
cuiibtitut ons, but also those they do buMnesa with or
H.jw many men from badly cored diseases, from
tbe effects of self-abuse and excess, hae brought
about that state of weakness in those organe 4bat has
reduced the general system so much as to induce al
most every other disease idioc y. lunacy, paralysis,
spinal affections, suicide, and aiiuosi every other form
of disease which Luuianvty ia heir to, and tbe real
cause of the trouble scarcely ever suspecteO, and have
doctored f r a" but the right one.
Diseases X these orga'S rqnire the use of a diuret
ic. HELM HOLDS FLUID EXTRACT AUCHU ia
the great Diu etic, and is a certain cure ror diseases of
ihe Bladder Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Organic Weak-ne-8,
Female Complaint. General Debility, and all
diseases of theUrinry jOrAns, whether existing in
Male or i-'emaie, from wb.ve'ver cause origiuaiiaa a nd
no matter or how long Handing.
If no treatment Js submitted to, Consumption or In
sanity may ensue. Oar flesh and blood ate supported
from these mmrces, and the health and happiness, and
thajor Posterity, d?yends upon the prompt use of a
Heimbold's Kxtraet Buchu, established upward of
18 years, prepared by
If . T. BELMBOLD, Druggist.
69i Broadway. New T-rk, and
South lOib st , Philadelphia, Pa.
Piucr f.t 26 per bottle, or 6 bott.e tor $6 &i deliv
ered to any address. Sold oy all Druggists everywhere.
TO CONSUMP TIV Es.
The REV. EU1TARD A WILSON will send
(free of charge) to all who desire the prescription
with the dir-ctions for making and using the sim
ple remedy by which be was cured of a lung affec
tion and that dread disessn Consumption. His
only object is tu benefit the dieted and he hopes
everr sufferer will try this prescription, as it wilj
cost them nothing, and my prve a blssin.
Please address REV. EDWARD A WILSON ,
JS. li SouVb 2nd St.. WUliarnburg, New York
I DOCTOR MOTT'S !
IS used by over three hundred thousand ladies ,n
tbe Atlantio Stites alone, and by a lrge Bnmbr
' in the Went, who would pot be wthont ,it,fvr 4en
' tiroes its eost. It is to this Preventive that the
L mothers of those Stes owe tNeir immunity from
Urge families. It is absolutely certain, c -ntenient
to ne and wi'hal henedcial to health. AU.rt.i in is
criaiinal. then nse means perfectly moral and pro
per. Send stamp for pamphlet, containing fall
Dr. A. Uilber,
- (POBox30eJ) 71 st. Charles treet.
U-17-ly . ST. LOCis, JIO.
Information guaranteed to prodnca a4uiuriant
prowtb of hair upon a balJ head .or beardless face,
a?so a recipe for the removal of Pimples, I lotches,
Erupt ions, etc., on the skin, leaving the same soft,
and beautiful, can be obtained without ehure bj
.addressinK. JHOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist
Plants. TI3C3. Trees Shral3 and
FloircrS. At the request or macy wno
are anxious to get reliable selections ef Tines,
Trees, Shrubs, Flower?, etc., I nave consented to
receive orirs, from now nntil planting time in the
Spring. I repreient theextensi ve Nurseries known
as STJKUYSIDE HUBSEBIES, Clinton,
Ioa, J.R. A A. BaTH?H,;rroprietors. All stock
ordered through me, wiH be furauhed at Nursery
Prices, freight added. Catalogues, with pricen.can
be bad by application to me in person, or by apply
ing at the store of Kob't Teare & Co.,flrownville
Neb. Evergthing furnished will be warranted true
to name, quali ty, siie and condition as repre? en ted.
,4 j,f R. W.FURNAS.
At tlxo Big of the
Is the plase to bay
UPHOLSTRY ! ! !
Keep constantly on hand a complete assortment .of
Plain Stands ;
Cabs and Gigs,
Pisno Stools, Teapoy Stands,
Gilt and Rosewood Moulding, SheeU,
Pillows, Pillow Slips, etc., etc., etc., eta.
how Cases and office work made to order
And anything and everything required to set nr.
phiin or fancy housekeeping.
All of their ware is either manufactured or put
up nnder their special superintendence, which
enable them sound articles at smaller prices than
eastern manufactured goods.
itthe service of the publio at any tioo it may
be needed, and is gotten ap in as fine style aa any
Hetalic Burial Cases.
of all sizes constantly on hand, at eastern prices.
We are doin buines on st'ictly cash principles,
At a tmall proit. and by attention to business and
the wants of the community, expect in tbo future
as in the past to receive the patronage of the pub
JVPFALL & CO.
Portable anl Stationray
Hand or Order
ed at Siiort ?io
1 .- . ,
I I;.? ii v'! 'I 1 i If -it
Tl would caMarticnlar attention to our Self -Rating or Dropping Reaper which for esy draught, man-
.'agement, jrork, etc., is fast sitpercedl ng all others. Price of combined Machine ,U9j. Alsc,
THE EAGLE BKICKMAOHINE
For whJch the nndersiened is Sole Asrent for the State of Nebrssk Price, with Tempering B .x. $193,
without Tempering Box, $160. We invite all who intend making Brick Ihe coming season to call and ezsm ne
the Machine. W teel confident that all who once see the Machine in operation and learn the eae with which
it is nmnaged, price capacity, quality of work etc . will throw aside he old wav or making Brick by hand and
all injections to Brick Mschines We WARRANT the Machine, to he well made, of good material
and datable with proper care. That with one Team ami i'ive Hands it will make
15.000 Brick per Day, of a Better Quality than can be Made by Hand !
-w, do not, as other machic.es, claim more than the Machine can do, bnt what we claim we WARRANT 1 It
Wo laave on band a large and well sjsprted stpek
of Staple and Fancy
To which, we are making constant additions, and
which we are selling at prices low as any establish
ment west of the Mississippi river.
IH THE QUAUTY OF OUR GOODS WE CHALLENGE G0MPET1THJH.
FLOUR OF THE MOST APPROVED BRANDS. THE
HIGHEST PRICE PAip FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
' . ... & 11,
0fA Condition of the HOME INSURANCE CO ,
of New York, on the Jlrt day of January. A. D.
IKCS, madetothe Auditor of the State of Itebratka,
pursuant to the Statute of that State.
Kame and Location.
The name of this Company Is the HOME IT7SU
BAN CIS COMPANY, incorporated in IS5, and
located in the City of Mew Tork.
The Capital ot said Company actually paid
up in cash, Is $2 000,000 W
The Surplus on the 1st day of January,1868 1,61S,40C SJ
Total amount oi Capital and Surplus, $3,618,406 S3
Amount of Cash In Continental National
BankN.T. 1S6,00 05
Cash In hands of Agents, and in course of
United States Rscistered & Coupon Stock
1831, marktt value $1S,625 00 1,391,623 60
TTnited State Bonds. 6 20 1.134.993 60
Jiusonii Stte Bonds, 6 per cent. "I
market vaine 19,860 00
North Carliaia Bonds, per cent 6,100 00
Tennessee Bund?, 6 percent li,250 Q0
Wisconsin State, S per cent 30?0(i0 f 0
Illinois, 6 percent 20,000 00
Rhode Island, 6 per cent - 49,35 00
California State Oond, 7 per ct 62.600 OO
Connec icnt State Bnds, 9.000 00
NcwTorkCityaud County bond.-8 , 600 00
Queens County Bonds, 25,0(10 00
Richmond Cuunty Bunds, 23,750 00
B-ooklin City water Bnda, 9,650 09
Y 447,875 00
Loans on Bonds and If rtgage , heintr firsts
lien of record on tnincumoerea tteat i 051.015 0 I
JE.Svaic, wjrm fc leas. 9i,ot,w, i
rate of Irterest 6 & 7 per cent Jx
Loans on stocks and bonus, payaste on
demand, the market value of securi
ties oi edged , at least $471,104
Steamer Ksgoet and wrecking apparatus
Other Property, miscellaneous Items
Due for P'emiums on Policies issued at
Office (Fire and Inland)
Bill Receivable for Premiums on Inland
Interest due on 1st January, 1953
Amount of Losses adjusted, due and unpaid
Incurred, and in process of adjaslment 105,370 f35
Dividends deaved and due and unpaid 2,120 00
Dividends either or cash or scrip, declared
but not yet due
Al 1 other existing claims against tbe Co.
Total amount of Losses, Claima and Li
abilities $107,490 65
The createst amount insured on any one risk U
$,75,000, but will not as a general rule exceed $10,000.
The Company has no general rple as to tbe amount
allowed to be insured in any city, town, village or
block, being governed in this mtter in each case, by
the general character of buildings, width of streets,
jacilities lor putting out fires, &.c.
A certified copy or the Charter or Act or incorpora
ration, aa amend id, accompanied a previous statement.
State of NiW York lft
Ciitj and County of New-York, f,
CHARLES J . M ALTIM, President, and JOHN H.
WASHBURN, Secretary of the pome Insurance Com,
pary. being severally ar d duly sworn, depot and say,
and each for h!melf says, that the foregoing is a true,
ful) and correct statement of the affairs of said Corpo
ration, and that they are the above described oncers
CHAS. J. MARTIN, President.
1 H. WAS1IBURN, Secretary.
Subscribed and tworn to before me, thit lth day 0
January, A. D. 1S63 TII03 F. t.OORlCII,
Notary Publ c.
Policies Issnetl, anil tosses Paid,
ly JOII Ij. CARSUW. Agent, at
A. Gr E 1ST O "Y
A&grrcffate Aeeetif S3, 505,C 10.55.
ll,1jtril Stotsmnnt of the condition of the GEFt-
MANIA. HANOVKR, NIAGARA and REPUBLIC F.re
Insurance ComDanies. of the'Oity of New Tork, on the
31st day of December, 1S67.
Aggregate Capital $2 200 COO 00
Surplus 1 305 646 63
Total Capital and surplus $3 605 646 Co
United States securities $1 800 00053
Loans on Bond and Mortgage 443 00935
Loans on Cajl (amply secured) 4?8 376 90
Cash in Bank and hands of Agents 313 712 Cfi
Real Estate 13"1 50J 0(1
JtUcelianeous Items 294 069 49
$3 5 46$
Losses In Process or adjustment $223 170 36
Unpaid Dividends 680 00
10r4t-edd $228 860 36
WM. H. nOOYEH, Agent.
IMarriage and Celibacy.
An E33AT of Waeso and Ikstxuction for
Vontq Men. Also, Diseases and Abuses which
permanently prostrate the Vital Powers, with sure
means of.reliof. Sent Free of Charge, in sealed
letter envelopes Address,
Dr. J. SKILLIX nOCGHTO.V.
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa,.
January, 1st 1SS7. 1-y
Farm and School house
v. . f m ttm sr mm A.
rfeiS? AVVjDea PamcI.
i m ' " 5af. le Cash Prices
& CO,, MAHA OTY. NEB.
F. A. TISDELL, Jr. & Co.,
- Keep constantly on band all kinds ot
SKlKIfEU'S PRTtXirM GAKO HOW, warraalaakthe
mnit nfrfwl Plow mad.
WALKING AND RlDlXft C'U LTT VAT Oil ,
SFIOVEL AXD STIRS I KG PLOWS,
MOLEBOARD ND ROD BREAKING PLOWj,
WAGGON'S. RKAPER3 AND MOWERS,
J. I. CASH k. CO'S THRESITIX J MACUIiTK3,
nAN'D AND POWER CORK SUKLLKIid,
WAGGON TU1MBLSS, a good assortment always on
SASH. DOORS AND BLIKD3, all slses and Itlnds,
WOOD AND IRON FVX.PS,
ami everything the Farmer wants.
Call and ee us, oa 1st, beiween Main and Atlanilo,
D0ESEY & BRO.,
Dealers in Men and Boy's
C SjsjAM-apP aj i ai-aj .i.-wi sn m isi I U" ' H J
hi n ' " " " --.f
HSs and CS,
t lL - fijTBi sJ Z rfciassfcart msTm is i i si ' 1 1 i aajai w c Ma
BOOTS AND SHOES
Blankets and Umbrellas
Hxve jual received arid will keep con
stantly on hand a large ard well assort
ed stock of the abave, and all other ar
ticles in their line, which they effer to
the public at
UBS. ECXK! LtACH.
JII33 VAST A. BIKfEOS
LEACH & SIMPSON.
Milliners & Dress-Makers
WL-htoinfor tbe ladies of ErownviJIe and
vicinity tht they hv'ja-t commenced" a first class
MILLINERY & DRESS-MAKING
S3! 0 3P
Where wars will tt uuuu with great care and neat-nes-,..iJ
utter t!ie hit est Laetern styles.
liluttchin arnl Ceairjc Uone in the vtrj latest
gtlfl k a i-Jij-t r.i.ti.-e.
L.-vU?t: 2e of Lidjt 's ar,4 bi!Jren s Hats acd
Bonnets constantly k-pt on hn4, alw latest fat
terns of iJies Dresses, .Cloaks, and LiUlrens tlo
thin;; cat on shcrt n-jtico
Second Sneft. hftween Main i Water
Ooda-Cmckera, Gingar Snaj s. an l Aerated Crnck
U er?.at S7.VAS a'BWjy.
1.f? d Peaohj, if clcs, lackberriel, Cherr e
J ' SWAX & BK
"VTwnrai Leaf. Fine Cut, Crefe Jnico and Navy
ionac-o.as h)t A.N UKU
I7resli Tomatoe ia two ani tbree runl enj,
' SWAN t, EKQ'S.
!-! m ii iui -!r . i
We return thanks tocurfriend3anfi
the trading public for the libo
ral patronjige they haye
thus far extended us,
Our sim shall
be to sq
as to merit tho
confidence of our
customers. All represent
tations guarrantied. We keep ,
on hand a complete stock of alj
kinds of goods required for This
market, and as to prices
eill Not be Undersold
&c. &c. &V
AH liiutla of Pfcilnca
f AKXJf In exchange for Gomit, tat wliicti tae kftl
mai kel pries will be allowe4.
ROBERT TEARE & CO,
Corner If ala ani Saocol St?eJ
Jannary tat. lati.
IHIO. HILL ft C3.,
Ladies' Gent's eU
'Z "t CJ
Form I nr. pern apt, th
pirat complete anl es
tencive atock tffereJ to
Wboleave or Retail
jiurch ifera went of tnf
Kvr having Neen
entdine for extent of
Stock or Fair dealings,
they merit tbe eunaj
nee and pitumage of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Kmbraclagall the jjQjyjg of the Sfaaoa.
Also, a large and we!l-elected stock of
Gents Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS AND OAFS.
rt n t- f " n r -v r- rt r fd
' A XT) y
Oar Ooh1s were bought of fir?l bands, and w
think we can offer such indaemnt to parcbaeT
as cannot (ail to suit .those wishing to boj. CaJl
and see lor youreive.
All kinds oi Produce taken ia exchange
for Goods 60
HZADQCABTEBS DtPABTMEST OF THJ PlATTX.J
Ocsaha. Xb Jn.9.
hUj In (lanlii tm. with trntppinrAA ml- 4
j , B . . mm,, m,
bw two rvgrvnsibT turti.l viH h tt-d
r .VVVB v mm m) i ay
oQce nntH 12 o'cluck, noon, oa Musiit, January
io, iron, lor lae aeuTeryi umaaa,.braakaTo
ir.our liundrcd (4UtJ) Uav.ilrv Ilorsca
between tbe time of tbe award of tbe coctract.acl
Each bidder will be require to depojii witi ii
bid the top of one thoimnd dollars (SICOJ). law
ful currency, aa aa additional warrantee, that
sbould he be the saceesful bidder, be will ign tb
contract and give bvo If as required ; suih deposil
lobe forfeited sbuUld he fail to etaJjrJy with tks
,dark colored, e!l broken, ia full flesh and good
cfooiuon. iron n: teen la; to sixteen (15) bands"
.- mf'S' M ' s K" J iiiiio ; jcn viai lua win
aoai Ud lor caval.-y purpose. Njmareior slioa
will be received.
JUeborifls will be subjected to arfij jnspecj
lion. Horses that have been sold bj the Ootera
jaent will not be rweived.
F.pH eonditioee of the contrast will bf tdid
known on application at this o5ce.
Bjdiers jnuft bo jeent ia porscn, er cJ pre
sented by p-iwer of attorney.
By order of Brevet ila). Usa. C. Afftnt.
18-fit Bret BrigCcji. Ci. Qr.
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