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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1868)
Omr U orlsed Agents.
Wk. IIawxbt, at Nemaha City.
K. A. IIavlst, at Clifton.
Ciso. O. fcTAET, at AspinwaU.
. Our Advertising Agent.
FtiEFiuLD Jt EatOX, I2i Pine sL, St Louis.
. J. H. WilliaS, H7 Cbtnut st
R. M- Petti gill, 37 Par Row, New York.
Jcxe lt-ACBIDKACX, Ht. Joseph Ma
Cook, Cobcbk Co., Chicago, 111.
. Cook, Cobcrm & Taylor, Cincinnati, OMa
8. IL Pakvik, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A. F. Lincoln Co., boston, Mass.
Arrival and Departire of Llalla,
Boathern Eastern Arrives at 8 o'clock A V
" - Depart at 1'4 - r x
Korthern & Eastern Arrives at 1 o'clock r u
- - Departs at V4 - p X
Beatrice Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays, at 7 o'clock p u
Departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
at o'clock a m
Grant Arrive Thursdays at 8 o'clock P X
Departs Thursdays at 8 o'clock A X
Putt ojUx Huurs1 o'clock A x to 8 P X
Sundaus 8 to A X, and 5 to 6 P X
A. D. MARSH, Post Master.
J. L. Colkapp, Editor.
EXIO'Wy VILLE. THURSDAY, AUG. 7, ISO.
Xiime, at Middle ton a.
Pin a Shingle" at Red Store.
Plastering Hair at Middleton's.
II C Lett, Land Agent, Brownville.
Tor the Best Trait Jars go to the Red Store
The choicest things In the Literary line, at
A Fine Flock of Geese for aale at the
J I Cases' Thrashing Machines for sale by
r. A. Tie del A Co. .
'' Tice Lumber of the finest quality at the
' lU t lore, oheaper than ever.
Hetail will be here with a tremendioos
stock of Clothing September 1st.
D strict Court for this County will com
mence on the 2d Monday In September.
Pekin Breaking Plows 2U0 T. & H. Smith
Co's make, for sale by Theo. Hill & Co s.
Casimere Baits for $12 00,
at MAY'S REGULATOR.
Are you going to get Harried f McFall
4 Co. can outfit you in Furniture and Up
bolbtry. A. Bobison's Stock of Boots and Shoes is
complete. Give him a call; he can make any
thing out of leather.
Don't you want a Choice Photograph of
Crant and Colfax ? McFall Co. have them
In square and oval frames at reasonable rates.
Thanks. To Mr. Small, of the Red Store,
far a choice watermelon. It was No. 1, and
then only equal to the style and goods of the
"Wm- TL Hooer, Real Estate Agent, has
ome choice Building Lots in Brownville,
which he will sell cheap to persons wishing to
Musio The Metropolitan Brass Band, of
this city, is now prepared to play for any oc
casion, within 130 miles of this city, on reas
Hauk & Haltainger have Just received a
splendid assortment of Groceres, comprising
as fine Teas, Coffee, Sugar, etc., as was ever
opened In this city.
The Champion Slower Jo. 3 is unexcelled
for simplicity, durability and efficiency by
any single mower now made. Shellenberger
Ero's have them on hand and for sale.
Alteration. We notice that workmen are
Altering the building two doors above Car
jtons bank, and learn that when It is finished.
It will be occupied as a milliner shop by Mrs.
There's Nothing Like Leather," and
Charles Hellmer,' Boot and Shoe maker, ft:
M ai n street, has j ust reoei ved a large lot, which
he is prepared to make up in the latest style,
on short notice and reasonable terms.
Eeligious. The members of the First Bap
tist Church of Brownville are requested to
meet in the new church edifice, on the second
Saturday in August, at 2 o'clock p.m., to
transact business relative to receiving the
Association. A. W Mobgax.
G. W. Fairbrether ft J. II. Hacker, Con
veyancers. One or both of them can always
be found at the County Clerk's Office, and who
will make Deeds, Mortgages and all instru
ments of writting pertaining to conveying
Land, as promptly, cheaply and neatly as can
be done elsewhere.
r Steveason.of the Star Hotel, In this
ity, has sold out his interest therein to Mr.
Geo. White, thus by mutual consent dissolv
ing the firm of Stevenson & Cross. Mr. Cross
ft White will hereafter run the hotel, and
they solicit a share of the public patronage.
New House ! New Goods ! ! The largest
stock of goods ever brought to this place, will
be opened August 10th, at my New Store Room.
Call and be convinced tliat the Regulator still
lives, and will defy all competition. Re
member the place. No. 27, five doors above my
Sign : MA rs STORE.
Cow Depredations We nave heard sev
eral persons complaining of the depredations
of cows on gardens. No special law need be
passed to cover the case, as we suppose the
general law will operate as well in this city as
In the county, by which any animal found in
your encloseure may be taken up as a stray,
t the cost of the owner, who must pay all
Fanner will find it greatly to their inte
rest to give J. B. Hoover, of Nemaha City, a
call when they have anything In the way of
Produce to sell . His facilities for taking and
hipping grain are not surpassed In Nebras
ka, and enable him to pay every farthing the
market allows. Besides he has one of the
most complete assortments of Dry Goods and
Groceries in the county.
The Dorsey Bro's have closed out their
Stock, of Ootnlnj This we know suits them
ranch, for wleter it paid or not neither of
them ever liked the business. They are men
unaccustomed to the oily ways of the good
salesman, who must often lose sight of truth
to make a a-le. Their whole attention will
now be given to the Land and Real Estate
business, wherein their facilities cannot be
Building Improvements. Judge Rey
nolds is having a frame building erected two
doors west of Rogers' livery stable. It will
be twenty-two feet front, and a story and a
half high, and will aid materially to Improve
the appearance of Main street on that block.
fieveral parties have the lumber on the ground
for residences in different portions of our
city. R. V. M ulr has the f ou ndatlon laid, and
the brick work commenced on his residence.
corner of Main and Atlantic
Eobbery. Wednesday night, July Zrth,
must have been thieves' carnival in Brown
ville. No less than four different places were
entered, and money or valuables taken. The
sleeping apartment occupied by Messrs.
Chaffee and Coffman was entered, and Mr.
Chaffee's pants pockets were rifled of over
ilL Mr. Coffman having hung up his pants,
they escaped the light-fingered thief. Strange
that though both their watches were lying on
a trunk in sight, they were not taken ; the
thief probably not wishing anything that
might be identified.
Accidents. A rather serious accident be
fell Rev. G. R. Davis, Rector of the Episcopal
Church in this city, last Monday. While out
riding his horse became nnmanagabie and
ran through the brush and young trees, lace
rating Mr. Davis in a terrible manner, and
finally brushing him off. Mr. Davis is doing
On Wednesday of last week Mr. Moore bead
sawyer at the mill in this city had his leg
badly broken at the ankle by his foot being
caught between a belt and wheel while in
Seamless Backs at Hed Store.
For Good Saddles, go to Bauer'a.
I7aUs and Tobacco, at Teare and Co.
Harsh Harvesters for sale by TlsdeL
llolassea and Vinegar at Teare and Co.
CoL Furnas will address the Club to-night.
A KIght Hog Ordinance is much needed.
Flour Spring and FaU'Wheat, at McGee's.
Wanted, a large lot of good fresh butter, at
Teare & Co.
A Few Thousand Shingles for aale cheap
at the Advertiser office.
John Deere'e genuine Mollne Plows, 500
for aale by Theo. Hill & Co.
Green Apples, Melons and Garden Sass
in abundance on our streets.
Knives & Forks, Queen ware and Glass
ware, Sugar and Coffee, at Teare & Co.
Beguls tor Played Out all Competition!
Come to my new store before you buy.
From S.000 to 5,000 Bats, and some
Lumber for sale, for cash or work.
A. "W. Morgan.
Wheat, Oats and Eye Wanted, for which
J. L. McGee Co. will pay the highest mar
ket price in cash.
nr. ' Reo-ulator.f 10.000 worth of Cloth
ing Just arrived, at the new store, cheaper
s? a -tr
Hog Owners. See the notice of Hogs im
pounded, in to-day's paper, and govern your
self accordingly. " A word to the wise is suf
ficient." Serenade The Metropolitan Brass Band
gave our citizens a Serenade last Saturday
night. They make good music, and will ac
cept our personal thanks.
Davidson Plasters, Sheriff of the county,
Is building a large barn on the corner of the
alley runlng north and south between Main
and Water, and Levee and First streets.
Wm EC Hoover, Conveyancer, will give
prompt attention to the making of Deeds,
Mortgages, Bonds and all Instruments per
taining to real estate. Office in District Court
Fresh Groceries "VV. F. Wilson has Just
received a choice lot of Staple and Fancy
Groceries. Mr. Wilson is gradually but sure
ly laying in Just such a stock of Groceries as
will give satisfaction to all Give him a call.
Removal The M. U. Express Company's
office has been removed to J. L. McGee A Co's
6tore, where also is now located the office of
the Western Union Telegraph office; both
run by that gentleman and scholar, J. K.
Look out for Wheat and oats. Farmers,
W. T. Den pays the highest market price in
cash for Wheat, Oats, Hides and Produce, and
sells his Ploughs and Stoves, Hardware, and
Furniture at cost and a living profit, and
wont be undersold.
A Physician whose skill can be entirely
relied upon, is a blessing to any community.
This Is eminently true of Doctor Whittler, of
St. Louis, who oonnnes himself to the treats
ment of chronic- and other classes of disease
mentioned In his card, appearing in another
column. The Doctor's reputation is Union-
May's Regulator ! Owing to a tremendi-
ous increase in my trade I am compelled to
have a larger store room, and therefore Inform
my friends that I will open on Augunt 10th,
in the store house formerly occupied by the
Dorsey Bro's, 5 doors above our former store.
Sign D. MAY,
MArs STORE. Regulator.
Returned. Senator T'pton returned to his
residence In this city last Monday.
D. II. Shellenberger returned from the East
during this week, where he has been pur
chasing goods for their tin and hardware
house in this city.
R. S. Hanlford who recently went East for
a stock of Furniture, returned this week, and
claims to have as fine a stock on the way as
ever floated on the Missouri.
Mr. Jenkins. Why is it Mr. Jones that
there is always such a rush at the Red Store ?
Afr. Jones Why, I'll tell you Mr. Jenkins :
Small keeps the best assortment of Groceries,
Queensware, Glassware and Stoneware in
Brownville, and what Small and his gentle
manly clerk, Holbrook, tells you you can bet
your bottom dollar on.
Jen tin Well, Mr. Jones, I have perfect
confidence in what you say, and the next time
I go to Brownville I will go and see the Big
Wooden Man at the Red Store and examine
their goods and wares.
Removal. I). May will remove, next Mon
day, to the house formerly occupied by the
Dorsey Bros. Right here it may not be amiss
for us individually to say that their stock
will then be as complete as any we have ever
seen. Mr. May has been east for several
weeks, and the goods he has purchased have
come and are still coming. Mr. Star will have
charge of the opening, and is always in
charge of the dry goods department. With
the experience of fourteen years as clerk in
the East, and his naturally pleasant manner,
he is one of the most accommodating and
fair dealing persons we ever dealt with. No
one is employed about this 6tore who will
not treat all alike; we'd as soon risk a child
to buy goods there as go ourself.
A CAED TO THE PUBLIC!
I take this method of returning to you my
sincere thanks for the liberal patronage you
have extended to me during the time I have
been with you ; and assure you, at the same
time, that I will leave nothing undone to
supply the community at large with any and
evervthlne nertalninz to my line, on the
"Small Profit Principal " I have succeeded in
procuring the Largest Store House in thi City,
which I have leased for a term of years, and
will be ready to throw open the gates of the
Regulator on MONDA VA UG USTlOlh, where
1 6hall be pleased to meet you all. Remem
ber No. 27, five doors above my old store.
Sign MA V'S STORK
Mr. CoTha t In hl p in be ranee of spirits
at the prospect of belne Secretary of War,
tried to hold himself at arms length by the
seat of his breeches, as we beard it. Is also an
error becmute there wasn't whole ttuff enough
there to catch at. Democrat.
If this be true, 'tis luck for me;
Twill cost me less that part to cover.
But what I lack the world can see
The Doctor is all all over !
Though long the Doctor's worn a mask.
Now do one need have any fears;
Since he's become a Democrat
He cannot hide his ears.
Yea, he has run all to seat;
Is well proportioned, like a frog;
And gets his logic by Instinct,
From brains of sheep or hog.
A Oreen Bot-Straw harrv Time -
Tennyson wrote this delicious couplet about
a iaa wno uvea in the rural districts :
"Child of the country, thy small feet
Tread on strawberries, soft and sweet.
Now If a country child in Scott county
should do such an outrageously green thing
as that when he murht pick up the berries
and sell them for from fifteen cents to twenty-five
rents a quart, imagine the spanking
he would get ! Memory carries ns back to
the peach orchard days of our juvenile years.
ana we smart in thinking of the handi-worK
which reiormed, and which Would surely be
applied to the lad who should tread on straw
berries Just at this time, when the heat of
the sun promises a short yield. And this re
minds us of the scene which we witnessed
among the strawberry beds of Mr. J. W.
1 carman, yesterday. There were a half dozen
children of the country" busy amongthe
berries, and not one of them imitating Ten
nyson's lazy lout. They were mighty careful
not to crush a single berry with" their feet.
And well they mltht le, lor more delicious
berries never delighted the palate of a chris
tian. They were the Jucunda s, shaped like
x, "r ud as red as hearts' blood, and the
buffalo, lanre, ripe and of entrancing flavor.
?, lfltr "trawberries have ever b.enculti
u iides these the vines of Green's
Proline, Russell's Prolific, and Hovey's seeU
ung were bearing generous oflerlngs of the
Zt. (raTanc- And these are ail grown
J"1 Plantf "ft out this season. All of which
rVvl'.Ir man has no superior as
irW7nT.ist- He u Public benefactor
may he live long In the land.
The above we clip from a Davenport ex
change during Strawberry time. The MaJ.
keeps a full assortment of Small Fruiu which
fce warrants to give entire satisfaction.
Proceedings Republican Club
CLUB ROOM ADVERTISER OFFICE!
July 0t,h, lsa&
nnh met Falrbrother in the chair.
On motion subscription for Republican Gun
Rouad Uniform was taken up. Del'orrest
Porter waa unpointed to circulate the same.
and C G. Dorsey appointed as Treasurer lor
On motion the Secretary was ordered to
subscribe for 50 copies Of the Nebraska Staats
ZietunK for the Club, to be distributed by the
On motion the suin of $ was allowed out
of the general fund for three months rent to
on motion the Finance Committee were
requested to use dilligent effort in Increasing
the subscription and collecting fa nca, and pay
Into the treasury all money as sood a i collect
ed. CoL Furnas was requested to address the
Club next meeting. A committee was ap
pointed to request Judge Reynolds to address
ineUiUOlWO vee ixu-u w uiguw
On motion adjourned till Thursday Angith.
G. W. FAIRBROTHER, V. Pres.
J. L. Colhapp, bee
New Store Coming It always gives ns
pleasure to chronicle the rise and progress of
business in our city, and more so when the
establishment coming is one that will add
great wealth to the community and give such
facilities for trade as in its line will place ns
on a par with the larger cities of the Missouri
valley. Such is the establishment which J.
8. Hetzell will open in this city on the 1st of
September. His will be one of the largest
stocks of Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnish
lng Goods ever opened under one roof in the
West He has almost a life-long experence
in. the business in one of the largest houses
in the east, and will bring goods selected or
made up under his own supervision. v ith
his experience and large stock made for him
or bought from first hands, it will pay all to
wear their old clothes until he comes.
Ex-Mayor Holladay, under the caption
" Chickens come home to roost," becomes al
most sarcastic in the last Democrat over
the fact that the City Council has made a tax
levy to carry on the city government, and to
pay Its indebtedness. The levy made is the
very best that could be made under the cir
cumstances, and far less than that of any city
along the river, with the population and im
portance of this. 'We hardly suppose tha
Doctor would be in favor of repudiating the
city's indebtedness. The Doctor, history in
forms us, was the original-Mayor of Brown
ville; strange the Democrat does not inform
the world of how his affairs were conducted.
Tradition informs us that at the original sale
of lota, the Doctor officiated in the capacity of
sellor; also, that there were a few unclaimed
lots ; these we learn the Doctor sold for Rhode
Island (CenterviUe) money, which he did not
offer to pay to the city until almost six
months after the sale, and when the bank had
busted! Then the eity claimed it of him; he
thought it rather rough, but gave his note,
with White as surety; before this was paid.
White busted! After this the city sued the
Doctor, and obtained a judgment. And last
year the Doctor offered to negotiate the judge
ment by paying one-half! This offer, as the
best that could be done, was accepted by the
last Council whom the Doctor loves to abuse
and the Doctor never came to taw ! ! ! What
makes the tax levy so heavy, Doctor ? How's
your chickens. Doctor?
A young man twmty-two years of age had
a cough and hoarseness for fifteen months.
During coid weather his voice was lost so as
only to speak in whispers, pain induced on
coughing, cough dry, or raising only a trifle
in the morning, quite feeble and emaciated.
Had taken several medicines, with but little
or no benefit. He commenced with Hum
phreys' Cough Pills, No. 7, one pill three
times a day, and soon lound himsefl improv
ing his cough milder and softer, horseness
passed off, strength and appetite improved,
and in a few weeiLS was entirely well, having
taken no other medicine.
Regulator Gone Up !
Gone vp Where f
2To. 27, 5 Doors Above the
Sign, SIlY'S STORE.
f PI AI
Gold has ruled strong during the week,
ranging at 1 43 1 43;'.
There has been considerable of a speculative
movement in Governments during the past
week, in sympathy with the firmness of gold
and the steadiness of bonds abroad ; 5-20s are
quoted to-day in London at 72 and at Frank
fort at 76J. . -
We quote Governments as follows:
U. S. 6s of lSbl, ex int,
r ti e .m i ...
U. 3. 0-.2JB,
U. S. 5-ais, " small, ...
U. S. 5--J8, Registered.
U S 5-iJs. lftfi .
U S 5-2.J8, ,lSii,
u n t-m, mui Jan. ana July ......
U 85-Ai, ISO", .
U S 10-408, large
U 8 10-4US, small,
U 8 7-30s, June, .
U S 7-&JS, July, ...
Compounds, May, lstvij.
Sept., latii, ,
Office Chicago Journal of Commerce,
Wednesday evening, July . J
DRY GOODS. The market has ruled
quiet during the past week, Bales being prin
cipally connned to orders. Prices, however,
have generally ruled steady and firm, based
upon the assumed resources and wants of
consumers, ana the high rates or the gold
premium, thus oilsetting the decline in the
raw material, which at the close is heavy and
lower, selline at kmXc for Midline Uplands.
The future prices of cotton goods will be
largely dependent upon the price of the raw
staple. There is a strong belief that cotton
will be much lower when the new crop comes
on the market, and that this decline must af
fect the manulactured article. It wjll. how
ever, be the latter part of November before
the article can be placed on the market in its
manufactured state, which is a period evi
dently too late too influence directly the fall
iruue w e tnoroughiy revise our list as lot
CillOCEniES The market rules quiet
though generally strong for the leading sta
ples. Coflees have advanced fully lc within
the past ten days influenced by the late ad
vices from Rio de Janeiro, and the advances
In gold. Hugars are quiet and weak, the sup
plies on the market are large. Tobaccos un
settled with the change in the tax. Smoking
Is likely to he higher.
LIMBER-The Saginaw Enterprise no
tices Bcveial sales oi Luiuuer maue during
the week, embracing between two and three
million feet, at 50, $12. $37 and showing
an advance in the market. The market for
shingles was dull and prices nominal at
3b"2Vya3 75 afloat. Lath continued firm at
2 25, with receipts sufficient to satisfly the
CATTLX. Everything was sold ont at
sai.Macujf y prices, ana in many instances at
a slight advance on closing prices of last
week. The fresh receipts were 871 head, and
sales of 1,321 head, divided between shippers,
feeders and local buyers, at 3 oOcil 50 for infe
rior to common mixed lots, $7(a.7 K7j for good
to extra smooiu iai snipping 6teers.
HOGS. The transactions embrace 3.51
htsMi. uixd sales were made at S8S 50 for com
mon mixed and uneven lots of light avera
ges, ss io(q.y ior iair to gooa grades, and fcyfi.
l 4J for choice to extra. The pens were well
cleared, and the market closed steady at quo
BROWN VIIJLE MARKETS.
FLOUR Winter $ sack
" Buckwheat r
BAWN Hams 3 lb
" Sides ? lb
I.ARP Canned ft
SYRUP Golden ? gal.
Snear House eaL..
COFFEJS J ava ? n
Rio m lb
CHEESE New York Factory Ib..
" Country f( lb
TEA Imperial r" n
- Black f fri
44 Young Hyson lb
CANDLES Star V ft
" Tallow f. Ib
APPLES Dried V ft
- Green f bnshel
PEACHES Dried V tt. ,
POTATOES New ?) bushel
vAL OIL T gallon
EGiS T do
H UTTER -f lb
HONEY V lb -
ONION bushel ,
44 Sets v1 quart .
MKT.T per barrel
LUMBER Cottonwood per 100
44 Oak ,
-2 50&3 25
SHINGLES Cottonwood per 1000
LATH Cottonwood per 1000.
--OODPrv Hard per cord..
HIDES Dry per Ib
WHEAT Fall per bushel
WOOL per E .
Removed from the Face, Forehead, or any
other part of the body. In five minutes, with
out injury to the skin, by the Oriental Ruama.
Warranted. Mailed for 1 by
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Tells how to make all kinds of Patent Med
icines, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Cosmetics,
Wines, Cordials, Soaps, Hair Dyes, Oils, De
pulatories, Pomades, Curling Fluids, House
hold Recipes, and hundreds of other articles
in daily demand, easily made, and sold at
large profits. It contains all the latest dis
coveries, secrets, art, 4c A most wonderful
book. Third Edition. Fifty thousand al
ready sold. Post paid to any address for 50
cents per copy, by OLLN DUNANE,
n43-ly -St. Louis, Ho.
Teachers , StndenU, and other Intelligent Wen
and Women, in a business paying $100 to $200 per
month, according to abllltr. For particular ad
dress ZElGi Ei, JfcCCDY A Co.f Lombard Block,
Chicago, 111. " 13-31-ly
To the Xtadies.
For one dollar only. We are selling, Shiwla.
Dry and Fancy Goods of every description ; alao
Silver Wwe, Furaitwe, fcc . Yaluab'.e Presents,
from $3 to $500 sent free of charge, to agent send
ing clubs of ten and upwards, rixculart sent free
to any address. WTETH A CO.
(Successor to Messenger Co.
43 HanoTer St., Boston, Kau.
F. O. Box 5931 lS-IMm
Deafitess, Catarrh, Consumption and
A Treatise on Desfnnn, Catarrh, Consumption
and Cancer; their causes, means of speedy relief
and ultimate care. By a Pnpil or the cademy of
Medicine, Paris. Sent to any addre for 10 woU .
Letter from Rob'tMcMcrdy, D.D., LL.P., Gr&d
Prelate of Grand Encampment of U. S.,an4 Editor
of the National Trttmason :
Ktw ToaXr Sept- I'i ,3GT
Pr. Stillwell was in charge of Grace Chsrch
TTnantti iimmiri. v . dnrlnff the war. I fre
quent y, almost dally, for months, vinited this Hos
pital, and had every means of knowing hit reputa
tion for xrriciEHCT and ski-L. It was of the
moat creditabla character, and his success In the
treatment of patients was remarkable.
Oeoaric TiBEAToa. It nts into the ear, is not
perceptible, rtmcvet tinging noism in the head, and
enables deaf persons to hear distinctly at church ana
publicassemblies. This Instrument will often pro
duce Tesultaalmost mlraculons and Indeed In cases
of long funding deafness, is will relieve la a short
time. It nay be adjusted with the ease of spec
DK. 8T1LLWELI. will he professionally at Jl
East Washington place, Cnhrerslty Buildings, N.
T., daily, 10 to 4, except Tuesdays, when he will
beat his rooms 1033 Flue Street, Philadelphia, Fa.
Slmllla Slmlllbns Cur an tar.
Humphreys Humcepathic Specifics have proved.
from the most ample experience, an entire success)
simple, prompt, efficient and reliable. They are
the only med cines perfectly adapted to popular nee
simple that mistakes cannot be made in using
them; so harmlws as to be free from danger, aod
so efficient as to be always rename, inty nave
raised the highest commendation from all, and wil
alwaye render satisfaction.
1 Cures Fevers, Congestions, Innamatlon.3
do Worms, orm r ever. orm uoiic-i
ao iiiarriicea oi cniiaren or auuiis.
Dysentary, Griping, Bilious Colic...2o
Cholera-morbus, Vomiting- 25
Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 25
Neuralgia, Toothache, Faeeache 25
Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo25
Dyspepsia, Billious Stomach... 25
suppressed, or Painful Periods 25
Whites, too profuse Periods ...25
Pmnn rvirli Tiffin1t TlrAftthintr A5
.v . u i ' , ym., " , r
do Salt Rheuin, Erysipelas, Eruptions25
do Kheumatism, Kheumatictains...i)
do Fever fc Ague, Chill Fever, Agues.0
Piles, blind or bleeding 50
Opthalmy, and sore or weak Eyes.-oO
Catarh,accuteor chronic. Influenzal
Wooping-chough, violent coughs ...50
Asthma, oppressed breathing. ..50
Ear Discharges, lm Dal red hearineJiO
do Kcrofula,enlarged glands. swellingsoO
do GeneralDebility.physical weaknessoO
do Dropsy, and scanty Secretions- &u
Sea-Sickness, sickness from riding 50
Kidney-Disease, Gravel 50
Jfervous Debility, Seminal Emis
sions, Involuntary Dischargesl uo
do Sore Month, Canker 50
do Urinary Weakness, wetting beds...50
do Painful Periods, with Spasms 50
do Sufferings at change of life 1 00
do Epilepsy, Spasms, St. Vitus Daneel 00
do Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throatl 50
Family cases of 35 to 70 large vials, mo-
rocc or rosewood case, containing a
specific for every ordinary disease a
family is subject to, and bouks of di- ,
rections, from $10 to $35
Smaller Fmlly and Traveling Cases, with
20 to 33 vials, f rom $5 to $3
Specifics fur all Private Diseases, both for
Curing and Preventive Treatment, In
vials and p-cket cases. ............ ..... $3 to $5
Pond's Extract cares Burns, Bruises. Lameness,
Soreness, Sure Throat. Sprain, Toothache, Earache,
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Piles. Boils,
Stings Sore Eyxs, Biet-diup i.f the Lungs, Nose,
Stomach, or of Pitee; Corn s. Ulcers, Old Sores.
Price 60 cts to $1.76."
These Remedies, except Pond's Extract, by the
case or single box, are seut to any part of the coun
try, by mail or express, free if charge, on receipt of
address Humprket's Specitic
Homeopathic Medicine Co.,
Offlse acd Depot No. 66 i Broadway, N. T.
Dr. Humphrey Is consulted dai.y at his office, per
sonally or by letter, a above, tor all forms oi dis-
Ftr sale by
McCOMAS a CO.,
16-y Brownville, Neb.
Has been longer engaged in the treatment of
Chronic, Sexual and Female Diseases than any
other Pbysician In St Louis.
Syphilis in all its forms, Gonorrhea, Gleet,
Stricture, Orchitis, Diabetes, and all affections of
the Urinary and Sexual Organs, are treated with
the greatest success.
Spermatorrhea, Sexual Debility and Impotency,
as the result of self-abuse in youth, or sexual ex
cesses in maturer years, which prodnce some of
the follcwiag effects, as blotches, debility, dizxi
ness, dimness of sight, confusion of Ideas, evil
forebodings, aversion to society of females, loss of
memory and sexual power, and rendering marriage
Improper can be cured.
Persons suffering from Consumption, Dyspepsia,
Chronic Diarrhea, Liver Complaint, Hernia, Eup
ture or any other chronic affection, may rely upon
receiving a radical cure.
Particular attention given to all Female Com
plaints; Inflammation and Ulceration of the
Womb, Leucorrhea, Chlorial, Sterility, Ac. Most
cases can be properly treated without an interview.
and medicines sent by mail or express, secured free
from observation. Consultation by letter or at office
fxee. Charges moderate and cures gnarranteed.
E3"0fflce, with hospital accommodations for pa
tients. No. 617 St Charles street, between Sixth
and Seventh, St. Louis, Mo. '
Everybody can get. In a sealed envelope, my
theory and treatment of Sexual and Urinary Dis
eases, containing full symptom lists, for two pos
tage stamps ; aiso, my paper relating to Chronic
and Female Complainta, for a three cent stamp.
Manhood! How Lost, How Restoredl
Sftl J nst published, a new edition of Dr.
Culverwell's Celebrated Essay on the
radical cure (without medicine) of
Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary
Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physical
Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc; also,
Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, induced by aelf
indu'eence or sexual extravagance.
S3" Price, in sealed envelop, only six cents.
The celebrated author, in his admirable essay,
clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' successful
practice, that the alarming consequences of self-
abuse may be radically cured without the dangerous
use of internal medicine or the application of the
knife; pointing out a mode of cure at once aimple,
certain, aod effectual, by means of which every suf
ferer, no matter what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately and radically.
S3" This Lecture should be in the hands of every
youth and every man In the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain, envelope, to any ad
dress , p tpaid, on rece pt of six cents, or two stamps.
Also Dr. Co'verwell's " Marriage Guide ; " price 25
cents. Addresa the Publishers,
CHAS. i C K.LINS A CO.,
40-ly 127 Bowery, New York, P. O 4,566.
Bride and Bridegroom.
Essays for young men on the interesting rela
tion of Bridegroom to Bride in the institution ot
Marriage. a Guide to the matrimonial felicity, and
true happiness. Bent by mail i a sealed tetter en
velopes ree of charge. Address, HOWARD ASiO
CUTlOy, Box F PUUdelptla, Fs.'
Dr. BXott's Conception Preventive
Is used by over three hundred thousand ladies of
the Atlantic States alone, and by s large number to
the Weet, "who wonM not be without It for tea
times its cost. It la to thla Preventive that the
notaers of tbaee States owe their immunity from
targe famine. It Is absolutely certain, convenient
to use and withal beneficial to health. Abortion is
criminal, the a una means rerfectly moral and
proper. Send stamp for pamphlet, containing
full particulars. Addresa,
DE. A. G. TLBEa,
(F O Box K2) 711 st. Charle. street,
,-17-1' St. Lo-ii, Mo.
To the Xervoui and Debilitated, whose safferinge
have been protracted from bidden causes, and whose
cases require prompt treatment to render existence
desirable. It yoa are sneering or have auftered
from ibvelantary discharges, what effect does it
produce upon your general health? Do yoa feel
weak, debilitated, easily tired? Do a little extra
exertion prodnce palpitation of the heart? Doe
yonr liver, or nrinary organs, or your kidneys, fre
qasntly get out ot order ? Is your urine sometimes
thick, milky, orflocky, or is it ropy on setting? Or
does a thick scum rise to the top ? Or Is a sediment
at the bottom after it has stood awhile ? Do you
have spells of short breathing or dyspep Ja ? Are
your bowels constipated ? Do you have spella of
fainting or rushes of blood to the head? Is your
memory impaired ? Is your mind constantly dwell
ing upon this subject? Do yon feel dull, listless,
moping, tired of company, or life ? Do yon wish to
be left alone, to get away from evervbodv ? Does
any little thing make yon start or jump ? Is your
sleep broken or restless? Is the lustre of your eye
as brtUiant? The bloom on your cheek as bright?
Do yon enjoy yourself in society as we.l ? Do yon
pursue yonr business with the same energy ? Do
yon feel as much confidence in yourself ? Are your
spirits dull and flagging, given to fits of melancholy?
If ao, do not lay it to yonr liver or dyspepsia. Have
you rettlesa nights ? Ton' back weak, your knees
weak, and have but little apetlte, and you attrib
ute this to dyspepsia or liver complaint?
Kow, reader, self-abuse, venerial diseases badly
cared, and sexual excesses, are all capable of produc
ing a weakness of the generative organs. The or
gans of generation, when in perfect health, make
the man. Did you ever think that tboe bold, defi
ant, energetic persevering, successful business
men are a!a . . :-se whose generative organs are
in perttri tat'...- ' Ton never near such men com
plain o; f: : b p .rnolly, of nervousness, c f pal
pi tatios f tie ceai-t. They are never afraid they
-nn t s!tceri iii business they don't become sad
aud ii" pv..ci tbey are always polite and pleas
ant to tbs company of ladies, and look you and
tbex riut In the face none ot your downcast
iovis or any other meanness about them. I do
bot mean those who keep the organs inflamed by
running to excess. These will not only rnin their
constitutions, but alao those tbey do business with
How many men from badly cured diseases, from
the effects of self-abuse and excess, have brought
about that state of weakness in those organs that
baa reduced the general system ao much as to in
duce almost every other disease idiocy, lunacy,
paralysis, spinal affections, suicide, and a.mosi ev.
ery other form of disease which humanity is heir
to, and the real caase of the trouble scarcely ever
snspeeteC, and have doctored for all but the right
Disease or these organs require the use of adln
retic HELMBOLD S FLUID EXTRACT BU
CHCTU the great Diuretic, and is a certain cure for
diseases of i be Biadder, Eidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Organic Weakn-s. Female Complainta, General
Debility, and all diseases of the Urinary Organs,
whether existing .in Male or remale, from what
ever cause originating, and no matter of how long
If no treatment Is submitted to, Consumption or
Insanity may ensue. Our fleth and blood are sup
ported from these source, and the health and hap
piness, andthat of Posterity, depends upon the
prompt use of a reliaole remedy.
Helmbold'a Extract Buchn, established upward
of 18 years, prepared by
H. T. HELM BOLD, Druggist.
691 Broadway. Kew York, and
104 honth 10th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Price CI 36 per bottle, or 6 bottles for 16.60.
delivered to any addresa. Sold by all Druggists
VINES AND SllltXJXlSI
r E COMING Fall, Winter and Spring, I
will make the receiving of orders for all
kinds of Fruits, Vines and Shrubs a business.
My stock will all be from the nearest and
most reliable Nurseries. Everything sold by
me will be WARRANTED as to name and
to live, when put out under my directions. I
have in Fruit, the present season, all the
hardy and some of the tender varieties of
Grapes, to which I invite the attention of all
interested In Grape culture in Nebraska.
140-oo2 li. W. rTKSAS.
ALL ABO ABB.
The Brownville Transfer Company,
Under the management ot
Is now Bunning Begttiar Ommbuases from
Brotvn ville to the Railroad Terminus
of the Council Bluffs and St. Joseph Railroad,
At North Star, Mo.,
Two Miles from Brownville and North Star Ferry
Good Omnibusses. Close Connections,
ou-tl Charges Moderate.
Scientific ! Eational ! Safe !
Compound Extract of
SCIENTIFIC MEX EVER YWIIERE
A3 THE BEST
Remedy yet Discovered
Diseases of tie Blood, Liver, Kidneys
ASD AS A
GENERAL HEALTH RESTORER !
Purifies the Blood,
Improves the Appetite,
Corrects the Secretions,
And Imparts Tone, Strength and
Vivacity to the Whole System.
So that persons using it feel that they enjoy
an entire new life.
Is Recommended by the
Best Physicians Evcryivficrc.
READ THE FOLLOWISQ FEOM
Dr. F. Oli- Daxnelly, now of this City
Pnrmprlir Professor of Pnvsioloev and Path
ological Anatomy in the Middle Georgia
Medical College, Chief Surgeon Stateof South
Carolina, during the war, Vice-President
Mr, Lawrence: I have carefully examined
your formula for the ltOSADLIS, and recom
mended It to several of my patients. The
l,in.ti rti la a hftnnv otia n ti A mnct nrove
a potent remedy In ail diseases requiring the
. . r i ;.,.. T ,,Tw
vinties ui a Kruui oiiuatit c uitaxivuitr. a wwu
3 F. OLIN DANNELLY.
Baltimore, April 2, 1J8.
Baltimore. Md.. March!' 1WS.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS"
to be the Best Alterative in Use, and there
fore cheerfully recommend It as such.
THOMAS J. BOYKJN, M. D.
Baltimore. Febuary 10th 1)68.
Dr. J. J. Latvrencc: DearSir I takepleas
ure in recommending your ROSADALIS as
a verv powerful alterative.
Yours truly, R. V. CAEJl, M. D.
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be
a safe and reliable Alterative, Ae., and take
pleasare In recommending it to the proiess-
lon and public
J H Moore, M D,
L A Smith, M D,
J H Winstead, M D,
R H lUrham, M D,
W G Duggan, M D,
E Barnes, M D,
R W Kin. M D.,
S Woodward, M D,
W T Brewer, M D,
W J Bullock, M D,
Wilson, N. C, January 7th, 1863.
For Testimonial of Remarkable Ctres
See "Rosadalis Almanac" for this yearffr
Prepared at the Laboratory of
Dr. J. J. Lawrence & Co.,
244 Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE.
SMITH s dwyee;
General Agents for the North Jterp
States, to whom orders should be avloressea.
t? ' V
Has again carried of the highest honor at the
principle Fain the present aeaaon, commencing with
the New England Agricu.tural Fair, at Frovidence,
in September where it was awarded
The Highest Prize,
Immediately after which came the New Tort State
Fair at Buffalo in October, where the committee
awarded It the
First Prize double Thread Kachine.
Then came the great Annual Fair of if aw Xogland,
that of the
at Lowell, where the highest prixe the
ONLY aOT.D AT AT.
awarded to any Family Sewing achine, wu given to
THE FLORENCE !
. and that too In fair competition with other
First Class Machines
for fire consecutive weeka where It has been exam
ined by the best mechaaics- in the country and pro
nounced the bedt constructed and most reliable Ka
chine, and one that, on account of Its simplicity would
Accomplish More Work
More Satisfactory Ilaxiner
Any OTHER SEWING MACHINE
At the Fair of the Mary land Institute, which
closed a fonr weeks seeslon at Baltimore on the 27th
of November, the superiority of the
waa again confirmed by the committee on Sewing
Htchices, who unanimously awarded it the GOLD
MEDAL, the highest prixe the Institute confers.
Ch the 12th of September the Great Fair and Ex
hibition of the American Institute waa opened in
New York. Aa usual the display of Sewing Machines
waa large and the competition strong, but after six
weeka trial the friends of the
had the satisfaction of seeing their favoilte again
triumphant and for the second time bearing off the
highest honors of the American Institute.
Below we give an extract from the Report of the
committee on Sewing Machines read at the close vt
the Fiir :
'The whole number of Sewing Machines on exhi
bition is thirteen, of these, twelve are entered for
competition. The article bearing the number 730
(FLORK.VCB SKWING MACEIXS) U decided to be
Tli Beat on Exhibition. It must also be
stated incidentally. That this is better than an of
its clou knovn to the Judges.
1st. Good Material and Thorough
2d. More absolute novelty than
marks the usual Improvements in
3d The Ingenious arrangement of a positive mo
tion fur adjusting the thread during the passage of the
shuttle and gathering up of it in the fluuh of the
ith. The reversible feed.
6th. The variety of the work that can he done up
We therefore decide that it receive the award of
Signed WM. PRATT,
IRA S CADI",
"This Is to certify that the foregoing is a true ex
tract from the Report of the Judces of Sewing Ma
chines at the 37th Annual Fair ltx7
J SO W CHAMBERS,
Sec Board Managers.
Sew Tork, Nov. 17th, 1867.".
It would seem as though this succession of tri
umphs should be sufficient to o nvloce any unpreju
diced person of the great superiority ot the
overall others, and If nvre is needed to confirm
the above, we might add that, 1l 1861. the Company
on'y so:d 60 Machines, whilst now there are over
1000 i i Use!!
Thus establishing Its reputation beyond question.
Every MacMne is Warranted ! !
"V7M. E. PLAIiT,
GEX. WESTERN A QEXT,
612 N. 4th st.. East side, between
Washington Ave. Green,
St. Louis, 3Xo.
Circulars, Price List acd samples of work fur
nished on application.
JOHN W. IIENDERS ON, Agent,
12-12-ly For Browuvllle and Nemaha Co.
OF THE CELEBEATED
Are now made by the
-(celsior Manufoctpring Gomp'y. 1
ST. - A.
POESE WEIX-KSOWN ASD TEST POPTJ.
I i i u rru itivii STOVES nave been before til
ublic eince 1852. acn eucceeding year has added
their popularity, until tnename nas oecome ia
tiliar in every household in the West and South,
lie demand for our
ew Oliartei Oal
iat year waa greater than weceuld entrplT with the
Uea then made; anticipating a still greater de
land during the present year, we have made pat
irti for several additional sizes, and are prepare)
manufacture ISO to KtO
CHARTER OAK STOVES.
per day, of
TtrETT-EIGIIT DIFFERENT SIZES.
We guarantee the operation of every atove w
unufacture, and o3er as reference any one of the
unr thousands that have been sold, wherevet
lev mav be found. Neither labor or expense has
een spared to make our XEW tIIARTR OA
PERFECT COOKING STOTE,
nd we offer It to tie trade as the BST COX
TRUCTED, MOT PURABLK and UErOR
perating COOKING STOVE in the market.
, In adcation to our EXTENSIVE STOVE BCSX
rF-SS we are tieared to offer to Stove Dera
'insmiths and others in the trade, the latest and
aoet comulete assortment of Metal ind TinnerV
tock In the West. Our m.nremeflt with the St.
onis Stamping Company enables ua to give liberal
tscouiits to large burera of i'KENCH SI.VMJEU
1XNED IIiOYAliE and Tinners' Supplies.
or ONVN MANUFACTURE, w believe dealers and
ousekeeptrs will find it to their intf rest to aend
or Catalogue apd Price Liar .and ex amine our prices
EXCELSIOR JIAXUF'G CO.,
St. Louis, HiaaourL
D. UAT3 COlTJIHr.
oiiLLLwuuii!i.ii y.iJ -j
In Southern JTebrafVi, Atchi'ca mud Holt
County iloo for ta
THE EEST 111 THE WORLD!!
P PUFFER D
bAIITOII b ILGYS
THE BEST PLO W SO W ZIADEl
At tbe Sl;n ol the
BIG 3E STEAD !
Is the place to buy
FURNITURE AHD UPHOLSTERY
3XclTA T,T, & Co.,
Keep constantly on hand a complete aaaort-
Sofast Bsadstsadi, Wardrobe,
Bureaus, Mocktnt Chat-.
Sprinir Beds, Wash Stand.
What Sots. Hit Ricks.
Kitchen . ifcAv
Parlor ' f
Iarbls tZmJ' -
Topped ww' t '
iandi, i '-T
Lom,na es. t
Bed Springs, Children's Cabs and Cigs,
Out ana tiosrwooa jnommng,
Sheen, Pillows, Pillow
Slips, tit., etc
SHOW CASES & OFFICE W0EE
T.TA1YE TO OHDHIl!
And anything and everything reqnlrod to set
up plain or huicy ncuscKevping
All of their ware la either manulactured or
pat up under their special superintendence,
which enables them to sell sound articles, at
smaller prices than Eastern manufactured
Is at the service of the public at any time It
may be needed, and is gotten up In as fine sty I
as any farther east
L1ETAL1C BURIAL CASES
of all sizes constantly oa hand.
At Eastern Price
We are doing business on
STRICTLY CASH PRINCIPLES
and by attention to buslness and the wanU of
the community, especl In V.ie future as in tin
past to receive the patronnse of the puMio
generally. McPALL CO.
FARIIERS, S OTHEIiS,
' C07JI3X Toca
EGGS, FLOUR, ANE
MEAL, FLAX, COT
TON, DRIED FRUIT,
GREEN FRUIT, ic,
FURS AND SKINS,
GRAIN AND AVOOL,
SEEDS, GAME, c,
Gensiai Commission Merchant,
412, 444 & 448, WaaMaston St..
1NEW YOKK CITY.
ind receive Iiis tceeUy Price Currant
of Produce and Groceries, the most
complete Irice Currant pub
lished in the United States.
Send for a Price Carraat,
Marking Plates h Car&3 Frised,
T T T71 TI .
Liberal Adrncea 2Iad on Consign
ments. Established May 1, 18G8.
First Class BfewK jitsb whee required. - U-ly'
IXACH & SI3IPSO?7,
MILIJITEES fcDBESS HAKEBS,
Second St. bet. Slala and Water
BRO ITA VILLE, '
VIh to inform the iAiiof Ero-nvl'U
aflrJt'cl' that thy J" mmencea
Where work will be done with -Teat carAn
neatness, and after the latt lrrf JT0
bleaching done in the very Utn?i;
on short notice. 3 StJ" s, au.
Liittstyieof Lilies' and Children', ir.,
ad llonnt-tH constant!- on .
patterns of Ladies' Dre-itjuiil' n ZTZ ut
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