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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1868)
Oar AmtUertmed Arrti
Wx. t1awxbt, at Nemaha City,
lv. A- Hawlev, at Clifion.
. Otu. G. bTAKT, at AfpmwalL
Oar AdvertUi Agents.
SnrriFLD A IUMS, 124 line ft. St. Louis,
j. is. Willi m-s. vt "litntit L "
K L lTn ruaL, 57 larK iiow, .Newlort
Jl'LE KEAllULEArX, St. Jo-pll, Ma
OmjK, I'ltBVKX & t'O., Chlcuso, ill.
. :o..k (.oitfKX & Tavlok, ciu-inuaa,Uhio.
H. IL 1'arvis, Cincinnati, Ouio.
A. I-'. Licol A Co, iktetou. ilass.
Arrival and Departure of Hall.
Southern &. Katern Arrive at 12 o'clock X
- Impart at I1- r u
Northern 4 Eastern Arriw at 4 o'clock r at
lteparuat " ax
Beatrice Arrives Tuaaya, Thursdays and
iat unlays, at 7 o'clock f . . ,
De;artA Mondays. Wednesdays ana Fn-iys
at f o'clock a at
Grant Arrive Tuurmlavs at 8 o'clock P X
l-pru TtiunKiaya at J o'clock a at
W ji?ic Usursl o'clock A X to 8 P X
1 ViutuLiiMa to V A X, and 5 to 6 P X
A. P. ALVli.-U. !'t Master.
J. Lm CoHvapis Editor.
BI1 OVTN VILLE, THURSDAY. SEPT. 3, IStiH.
Walt for HcU I s Clothing.
IT C Lett, Land Aent, Brownville.
Baa ail i Improving Lis Lumber Yard,
Haxah Harvesters for aaie by TUdel.
Waited A Uaruem Maker at liaur'a.
The Silrer baurt. at Tneo. Hill & Go's.
Flour e-priiij; and Kail Whtat, at iicGee's.
. Wine and Cider fraaes lur a.le at
" Eain fell long an ireory on Saturday and
J I Caaea' Turablung-Maciiinetilor sale by
F. A. Thdel & Co.
Go to Win. F. WiLson for your staple and
A Few Thousand bningie for auie cheap
at the Advertiser ollice.
John Deere'a genuine iiuliae I 'lows, Ouu
for tale by Tlieo. & Co.
AH Ke w will be Lue;ock of Clothing open
ed In .N'u. Tu, Sf pteinbcT 1st.
Hetaeil'a Clothing will not be haifaworn
out from laying on the ahclf.
John B Wilton naa good news to the af
fiicied in our special column.
Th9 Eepublicana of Fair view organize a
Grant and Colhix Club to-night.
Hetaeil will be here with a treinendious
lock of doming September 1st.
The proprietors of the City lirewry are put
ting in a vault twenty fott dep.
H. Teare & Co'a store room looks like bu
siness. New goooj list received.
ft .strict Court for thia County will com
mence on the Zl Monday In beptember.
Fekin Breaking- Plows 3X) T. t H. Smith.
& Co s make, for sale by J. C Denser.
Mr. Lowery is building a residence on At
lantic, between beveuih and Eighth streets.
$30,000 Worth of Clothing will Deepened
In 'o. 7Q, McPherson's lilock, i'pteiiiber 1st.
Blooded Caif A tine blooded bull calf for
aale. Enquire of J. M. Zook, at Md'herson's
J Ia, JJIcGee, of the firm of MeGee & Co., has
pe Lust for new g-xkls. lie will return
toon with a rousing stork.
Go to the Itazar and see those fine Dress
Buttons and Trimming, Just received, cor
iier Main and Third street.
A- J. Berry, one of our enterprising me
chanics. Is building a fine residence on Wa
ter, between Sixth and Seventh streets.
From 3,000 to 5.000 Bats, and some
Lumber for sale, for caj-h or work.
A. W. MofiGAS.
"Wanted All the Butter and Epjs and
Chickens In the county.
TEAKE A CO Xa W.
Boots and Shoes. A large and well se
lected stock,nnsurpaed In extent or quality,
on the road for J. L MeGEE & CO.
Eemeinber the old reliable Loot Ptich,
"Vhe ler &. "Wilson Sewing Machines. War
ranted for three year. Agency at the Bazar.
Wm. H. Uootct, Real Estate Agent, has
Home choice Building Lots In Erownville,
which he will sell cheap to persons wishing to
All those wishing Dreswea, Oimks, etc.
Tnaile in the latest aud most Improved styles,
will do well by giving Mrs. M. E. Bargla a call
at the Bazar.
The Teachers Institute, of Nemaha
County, met In this city next Saturday at
10 A.x. Every teacher In the county should
Go to the Iiarar and see the new arrival of
Wbrvlcr A Wiiaoo Sewing Machine, which
defy competition. Mrs. M. E. Barjis,
Wear the Grant andf Colfax Fin ;
' They're men that cannot fail;
It Is the tlciet that must win ;
Marsh has tire Tins for sale !
J. S. Hetael ha now' on the way from New
York to this city, a stock of Clothing and
Gent s Furnishing Goodd unsurpassed In ex
tent and variety In the west.
The Champion Mower No. Sis unexcelled
for simplicity, durability and efficiency by
any single mower now made, tehellenberger
Bro's have them on hand and for aale.
The Baptist Aaaociation met in this city
on Friday aud adjourned on Sunday evening.
They had a pleasant time, with the excep
tions of the inclernaney of the weather.
The Immense stock of Boots and Shoes
ynst received and opened by RobL Tea re 4 Co.
la the finest and best ever opened in this mar
ket, and offered at greatly reduced prices.
W m. H 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
Boots! Boots!! Boots!!! Shoes! Shoes!!
A" we are expecting a large New Stock of
Boots and Shoes, we will sell our present as
sortment of Boots and Shoes at greatly-reduced
prices. TEAUE 4 CO.
J. W. Bliaa has now a stock of General
Merchandise In store in London sufficiently
large and varied to supply all the wants of the
community round atwut that place. Farmers
give him a call, he is as true a taan to trade
jas you cauX.nd In a day's journey.
Teare & Co. are men with whom 11 Is a
pleasure and satisfaction to deul ; accommo
dating, gentlemanly and fair, with a wiii-se-leeted
stock to sell from, they have our best
wishes for their success.
EH bo urn. J enkins & Co. This firm has
now on the other side of the river several ear
loads of Pine Lumber and more constantly
coming, which they will cross to this city as
the new ferry arrives ; In the meantime they
rill sell on very reasonable terms on that side,
Stoves of the latest and most improved
patterns, taking in longer wood, using less
wood, and doing better service, Just received
and for sale 20 per cent, cheaper than ever
offered this side of Albany. N. Y., by
Pioneer Price Dictator.
A Fact Worth Knowing. Ia that Wm
T. Den Is actually selling Paints, OiU and
Glass cheaper than any other house In this
city, while his articles are not a whit Inferior
to any. This Is a big Item to all persons who
are building. Call and see his goods, and yon
will surely trade with W. T. DE?C,
Pioneer Price Dictator.
HcFall & Co., are making as fine Ward
robea. IK, etc.. a we ever aaw.
Hanniford A Hughes' Furniture has just
arrived, and ifl splendid assortment, not
surpassed this tilde of St. Louis. Call and see
their double Spring Lounges.
Ura. Schenk'a new place and new goxls
are Just what the latlk-a of lirownville a l-mjj-e-
fji and see the la.itet styles and the
iitt frtshions for Bepten:rr, lost reeci'red
from New York, and more on the road.
Kaddlea.-J Bauer has now on hand a com
plete stock of geut B and lady's saddles. His
stock has been bought with care, every saddle
beinc of the best material, showing good
workmanship aud Cui.vh. He is a No. 1 man
to trade with, and is worthy of patronage.
Drowned On last Friday, Charles Lucas"
little daughter was drowned in the river, one
mile above town, fche -was playing with a
younger brother In a skifT,and fell over back
ward into the water. frhe was eight years
old. Her body has not been recovered.
The Democratic oak and eottonwood pole
raising was a fizzle on Saturday last. Kadam
Humor hath It that the Hag was of the stars
and stri2es pattern The F.ed, White and
Blue" tnd didn't suit. Another rumor hi
that the pole, like their candidates, was of
Arrived at Last I Hew Goods!! Hew
House!!! X ewStore!!!! Greatest bargains
ever offered in the west can be had in New
Clothing, New and elegant l"rims, Habi, etc,
just received and iened by the man that
never was undersold, that is
D. MAY, Regulator-
Assets of the N. W. Life Ins. Co..f. SLXiO'X
No. ol 1'ulicit l.vsued in J uue last 1.14)
Am i ol Freiuiunis piud on policies- ljl,iti:
The aUjve is taken from their monthly re
port for June, and shovrs the iucreaftbag pros
perity of this company. See the advertise
ment of the company, and bend for a policy.
The lectures on liit Friday and Saturriay
nights-,' by illvs Augusta St. Clair, wtra good.
Mi St. Clair dix-s not travel for pleasure, but
to study -eharaJ;i.-r, sotnerr, country, habits,
and the political and social relations, and the
has a happy and an interesting way of tetting
orth minutely In a lecir:e what she thua
Strange but True that Win. H. Small s
splendid lot of y ueensware and Glass ware is
lading away like dew beiore the morning han
and he ha been forced to order a new lot,
which will be here in a lew days. He intends
to build up this trade and keep a full stock, so
that he can supply any demand our citizen
may make upon him.
A Want that has long been felt In our
city, and much deplored, is soon to be sup
plied. J. S, Hetzell w ill be here the next ten
days or two weeks, with a stock of Clotiiing
and Gent's Goods, as would do credit to a
larger city than ours, and such goods as for
make, wear and price, will knock in the shade
anything that has been olfered since the war
A Eemedy for the EtiL vSee Dr. De Witt's
advertisement, and if a great many young
men of this and other portions of re fcjate
will consider a moment lor their own future
welfare, they will kill this appetite for tobac
co chewing and smoking; it is expensive as
well as injurious and unbecoming a gentle
man. Kna for a package, and eradicate the
Great Excitement!! Mountain Fever
Haging!!! Crons A White have caught it
Want to sell the lease, fixtures and improve
ments of Star Hotel, low for cash. A good
location, and doing a good business. A for
tune for any one wanting a Hotel business.
For further information address
CROSS & WHITE,
41-St Proprietors star Hotel.
Buy your Faints andniLs,
Buy your Window G and Putty,
Buy your Wall Paper and Window Shades,
Buy your Paiut, Scrub and Cloth Brushes,
Buy your School Books and Stationery,
Buy your Toilet Soap and Perfumery,
Buy your Iure Drugs and Medicine,
Buy all you need in the drug line from Mc-
Creery t Nickell's large and well selected
New Claim Agency. Ed D. Smith, who
is necessarily in Washington the greater por
tion of his time, has determined to give his
personal attt-ntion while there to the collec
tion of all claims against the Government for
Bounty, Back-I'ay, Pensions, tc, that may
be entrusted to hiin Now is the time for all
who have such business to tran&act to employ
a soldier, whose heart Is with his comrades
and their widows and orphans, to attend, in
person, to the adjustmentof their claims. We
have no hesitaucy tu recommending him.
Organization of Ladie'a Idite Society of
Christ's Church Ou Tuesday evening last
the ladies of the Episcopal Church met at the
residence of Mrs. Worthing, and the folluw
ing ladies were chosen officers for the ensu
ing year: Mrs. Hackney, President; Mrs.
Thomas, Vice Presi dent; Mrs. Porter, Secre
tary; Miss Bunting, Treasurer. Mrs. Cogs
well, Mrs. Uauk and Hrs. Bear, were chosen
a directors. A large number were in atten
dance, and after the business of the meeting
was over an elegant entertainment was pro
vided. May God bless their labors.
Adjourned Sale of Lota. The sale of lots
at Eiiico.n has been adjourned until the 17in
ineU There will be ottered at txiat time all
tue lots unsold in the old town site of Ean
cafcter, wuicii include the "odd numbered''
biocikS in and around the University Place
and Xarket Square. Ak) two hundred or
more unsold lots in the neighbornood of
Liucotn llr, wuich will Include some of the
moi desirable lots in the city. This will be
the laat oiler of lot at the Capital, and per
sons desiring to purchase, will note tne lacU
The Capiu.1 Building is neariy completed ;
the sit VVorks are in active operatian ; the
U. S, Laud Ufik-e has been removed from Ne
brasta City to Lincoln ; the country is luting
rapidly developed, and the city is building up
with a rapidity tnat will soon luuike it the in
terior town ot the state.
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
To all t.nite in tued of .Vnc CtotJung now, I
would respectiuily say, wait but a lew weeks
and I Hui be prepsJed to supply your wants
from as lare and well-as&orted a stock as, I
believe, ever opened in Nebraska, and at
prices low, and, perhaps, lower tuan any
ou have ever purcuased at since the war. I
can gUAirauie tiiat I will have no Shoddy
gooUa, or -siop-svuop' worji in my store, as my
Clot hing have been made up under my own
supervision from Goods purcuased in the bolt
by myself. It snil be my endeavor to give
entire satiatactiou both in my Goods and
Prices, and can saiely say to all it whi pay you
to wait a snort time and examine my stock
and prices beiore purchasing.
J. S. HETZEL.
May's Campaign bong
Aih : -o, Susannah."
Every Lady in the land
Surely must conless
May ha the best and cheapest goods,
V herewith to make a dresa ;
And such a lot of Notions line
As ne'er was seen before.
He first came into brownville
The lYice Regulator.
New Tants and Coats and Hats and Sich,'
He has a bnui new stock.
fco fine and cheap, he's sure to make
Our merchants -w alk the chalk.
. Then go to May's emporium,
Tls No. 27,
And dress so fine and nice and gay
You'll tkink you are in heaven.
ROM! REMOVED !
Bccrilr-tor Gone Up !
Gone up Wficref
Ii"o 27, 5 Boors Above the
n, 3LkVS STOKE.
Pine Finishing Lumber at
JL SI ALL'S.
Pine tViUng, in abundant at
if. fl. SXJLLL'S.
Gold ha fluctuated at the range of IZT ft,
146 during the past vreci, closing e,t -
The New York Shipping List says :
The shir men ts of treasure to foreirrl conn
tries from this port, sinre tb first of Janua
ry, reaHi nearly sixty-five millions of dollars,
which is some one hundred per cent more
than the average for the ptiKt ten years, and
it L estimated that the e.. and bullion re
quirements between tsu'f and the end of De
cember are likely to rw from fifteen to twent v
five millions in excels of the supply that will
probably ome a pon the market. Unless the
exports of produce end manufactures rise to
very largo proportions then, there would
seem to be real basis for a further rise in gold,
since the foreign merchandise imports con
tinue disproportionately iarsre, while the
Treasury has been so largely depleted by
re-ent hee.vy disbursements that the expedi
ent of seliii Kold cjtnnot. be relied upon as
an efftvtive ;v;ent for keeping down the pre
mium. It i these eonsiderutionSf in tn
neetion with the rancor of party politics,
which have produced a perceptible uneasiness
in business circles, and it remains to be seen
what their effect is to be Later in the season.
Govern ment securities have ruled weak and
lower pretty much throughout the week,
though closing with rstlver more firmness.
The demand for shipment to Europe has to a
great extoiit ceased, the discussions In Con
gress and out In favor of a reduction of the
interest on the debt having had a baneful In
fluence upon the market, and now that the
foreign support is to an extent withdrawn,
holders are disposed to sell, hence the decline
We quote as follows
U. S. ts of lvd, ex inL...
L . S. ir-tL
I. S. 5-2), small
U. S. 5-:1m. Registered,
U S 5-js, W.i,
L" S iT-'J-fi, lVij,
1" s t--1., intst Jan. and July,
I" s lanre,
U S small,..
U S ?-;?), June,
L S7-i)s, JUiV.
CORN 1 i.usbel
BAC'uN Hams V fc
Siioulders ft tt-
Side V It)..
LARD Canned t
SVi:L'P Golden Y gal
" SiiL'ar House r. gal
COFFEE Java r
ltio r Ih
CHEESE New York Factory V
Couniry v lb
TEA Imperial r E
- Black vm. -
" YHinie Hvson t tt
Tallow Y- 8
APPLE.S-Dri.l V B
Green r bushel-
PEACHES Dried r -
POTATOES New r bushel...
" Sweet r pound.
COAL Oily r gallon
F.(iis f. diz
HONEY r E
ONIoN p bushel
SALT pr barrel
LUMBER Cot ton wood ptr 1D0-.
SHINGLES "ottonwood per I'M 2 .-i-l
" line -.3 5c-a7
L.TH Cottonwoxl ier l'MJ 7
C miI lrv Hard per cord...,
HIDES lry per tt
" Green .
WHEAT i all per bushel
WOOL per Jf
Liveiy, Sale, Feed and Exchange
Corner Main and Levee Streets,
Buys, Sells and Exchanges
stock, cm PHQPERTY,
Has Iiree St.c k Corrall close to Pteam Fer
ry Landing. Stable accommodations for
Sinele an i Match Horses, Buggies and Car
riages always on hand for sale. -y
STAPLE ASD FAXCY
DRY GOODS !
Embracing; sJl tne Novelties of the
Also a large and we selected stock of
GEXTS FURXISniXQ GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS A17D CAPS,
SALT, LIME AND .
C S II E IT T !
Our GockU were bought of first hands,
and ire think tec can offer euch induce
mcnts to purchasers as cannot fail to
suit those winking to buy. Call and see
All Hinds of Produce taken in Hx
Change for Goods.
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
116 main Street, Miiwauieif, Wis.
Ats 3, OO.OftO
I"olicie issued 1T 10,000
Risks covered l-o7 20,250,000
Till! visrorous company now ranks among
the tweuty-hve New York companies, tiiiri
in number of members; fifth in amount of
It Li a Purely Mutual Company.
That i, an association of policy holders,
managed by men selected by themselves, for
themselves. Each moml.nr is a lull partner
in t tie whole business, with liability limited
to tne amount actually invested.
It thus adapts it piuns to the benefit of its
members, adopts all improvement and aims
to le a
Iloclel Life Insurance Co.
11 wa one ol lue hit to adopt uie popular
future know in insurm'"ecirclesa.the NuN
F )KFEiTINtr l'LN, and now applies lrto
ail tne policis It issnt-R.
It Is th only company that adopts the full
benetit or ine mne pysiem witnout doins 3
credit buness or destrong the cash princi
Iilicv hoMer? permitte.1 to travel anywhere
in tne 1 .-ii.t- aim iuiupt', out r is its in
the far South not sotiht.
Few arprpeiate the advantase of ihs lo
tion at the West, where money can safely be
l.ianeo ai un mm luau uie xtst.
1 1.0 00 LOAUED FOR 50 TZARS,
At w eeriu c'liijujunu mxeresr
At & per cent, compound interest
At 1" per cent compound interest
Divi&cns Ilnst be Iarge.
Liiviaeus jwtute annually, o comment
three years after date or policv, but to euual
Distributed to Policy Holders Onlv
There being no 8to kholders to absorb the
surplus, or control me company lor aelriah
LETTER SEXTON, President.
A. "vT. KELLtiU, Secretary.
HERBER SHITH, General Agent.
I. T. LnrX, State Aeent for Iowa and Ne
braska, trace, uraay r-t. Davenport, Iowa.
J. IL, liAEISOrr, Diat.
C-St Clecwood, Iowa,
ie Skiing, a choice aod foil rtork. at
Tthat U neater tiaja a tmaoti cleaa fce or arm ?
Tbea send for Elner's laaiufele Depilatory for
removing n inperfloous fcair from the boiJ i"brt
Pla m Icjury U tta skin- The n ctwtinata
eaes cured ia from ten to fifieea days- Taoasaod
havenseJ It f l'.h lacxew. Price per pcxe $1
or two fcf e:3, sect port pid to any adiresa wita
fall dirtf Uca for tj onrecept of price. A(Mre
T. V. aiXSS, Chemist C3 oute 01. s.
To tie Colored People.
I hTt ducovered a prparaUoa to uraUMen the
hair. I raa aalaly guarantee my preparaUoa to
traightea tha most kinkey hair a any peraon, ao
as it will be as atraigtit aa the bair of an Indian,
cumbers bave nsed it wita access. Warrani ta
give entire aatiafaction and to do what it seta fartn
1 tht abora la a 11 case. Sent poat paid wits fail
directions for use to any adiress on roce.pt of price.
Ono bottle for fjl.60 or two fr0. OneboUle
will answer for a per and keep the hair straight
fox arer. AMras K. V. RIXkH., Chemist, 4i9 OUva
St., St. Loui. Ma.
Good Xtwi to tne Afflicted.
Five vears azo, while traveling through
South Americaior my health, I dverei
remedv which will permanently
caxe of Spermatorhea or .Seinmai weakne,
caused bvseii-alKise or sexual excess in ma
ture years, in from two toflve wet -s. it can
be used without the knowlclge ot any one.
.sent seeurtlv sealed from obbervation, ana
warranted to eUe-t a permanent cure or
mor.ev refunded. l'ri-e S-3 per package suffi
cient to cure the most inveterate caie. 11
letters of inquiry cheerfully aTjweir-i.
Address, JUlLN B. ILTV. Xn
12-45-ly St. LOUIS, MO.
Vara Solon's Papuleara Lotion-
The greatest remedy ever discovered for
Dis-aes of tiie tOri?. Cures every kind or
unsi-htlv eruptions of the face. Removes
without fail implex. lYeckeU. Jloih UlUche,
VunlL.t or JiUick to'urun, ln. Sc., and as a
beauUtier it has no equal. For gentlemen
after shaving it is invaluable.
ljuli, alter trying it, will use no other.
" I-apuiean Lotion " is tiie only reliable rem
edy ir diseases and Llemishes of the akin.
lYiee one dollar.
Prepared only by S. L. VAN fOLON,
St. Louis, Mo.
For sale by Druggists generally. ' Lly
Removed from the Face, Forehead, or any
other part of the body, in five minutes, with
out inj urv to the skin, by the Oriental Lusina.
Warranted. Mailed for jl by
n43ly tit. Louis, Mo.
Tells how to make all kinds of Patent Med
icines, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Cosmetics,
Wines, Cordials, Soaps, Hair lyes. Oils, De
pulatories. Pomades, Curling Fluids, House
hold Recipes, and hundreds of other articles
in daily demand, easily made and sold at
lance profits. It contains ail the latest dis
cories secrets, arts, dec. A most wonderful
l.ook. Third Edition. Fifty thousand al
ready sold. Poht pud to any aaurewjiorao
cents per copy, Dy UJ-J f.. V " Y7
niViy St, Louis, Mo.
Teachfr. Student, and other intelligent Hen
sad Women, in a business paying $t00 to $200 per
morth, according to abilitr. For particular a ad
dress ZEIG: ER, JtcCOdTr &. Co., Lombard Block,
Chicago, 111. n-M-iy
To the Ladies.
For one dollar oniy. T are selling Silk, Shiwls,
Drr and Fancy Goods of eery description; also
Silver Ware, Furniture, fcc. TaltuEle Presents,
from $3 to $500 sent free of charge, to agents send
ing clubs of ten and upwards. Circulara sent free
to any address. WTETH fc. CO.
(Successor to Messenger &. Co.
42 Hanover St., Boston, Kass.
P.O. Box 2931 13-H-gm
Deafitesa, Catarrh, Consumption and
A Treatise on Deafness, Catarrh, Consumption
and Cancer? their causes, means of speedy relief
and ultimate cere. By a Pupil of the academy of
Medicine, Paris. Sent to any address for 10 cents.
Latter from Bob'tMcMurdy, D.D., LL.D., Grand
Prelate of Grand Encampment of V. S., and Editor
ot the .VaiZ Treevuuon t
New TokK; Sept. 17, 1867
Dr. STlLLWEU. was in charge of Uraca C torch
Hospiui, Alexandria, Va., during the war. 1 fre
quent y, almost ddily, for months, visited this Hos
pital, and had erery means of knwicg his reputa
tion for efficiency aud SKIL1 it was i ilb
most creditable character, aa4 his succeaa In the
treatment of patients was remarkable.
Oroahic Tibrator It fits into theear, is aof
perceptible, reraovtt tinging noire i the head, and
enaolesdeaf persons to hear distinctly at church and
pubdcassemblies. This intrameat will often pro
duce results almost miraculous and indeed in cases
of long standing deafness, it will relieve in a short
time. It may be adjusted with the ease of spec
tacles. DR. STILL WELL will be professionally at 31
East Washington place, University Buildings, .
T., daily, 10 to 4, except Tuesdays, when he will
beat his rooms 1032Piae Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
SimlUa Siwlllboa Caraatar.
Humphreys H-nxEpathiC Specincs Eave proved,
from the mobt ample experience, an enure success)
simple, prompt, ettcicnt and reliable. They are
the only med.cmes periectly adapted to popular use
simple that mistakes cannot be made in using
them ; to harmles as to be free fiviu danger, aid
so efficient as to be always reliable. They have
raised the hi ghest commendation from ai.', and wil
always render satisfaction.
1 Cures Fevers, Congestions, InSamation..Jii
Worms. Worm Fever, Worm Colic-i
Cryiaa -colic or Teething of infants..".
Luarruu-'a of children or adults i"i
I'ysentary, Griping, liilious CoiicJi3
Caolera-morbus. omiting li
Coiijihs, Col Is, Bronchitis . Z
Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceaehe 'S
HeadiM-he,sick iieadaehe, Vertigoii
Liyspepsia, ihliious Stomach... '.'-j
suppressed, or Painful Periods
Wtiiies, too profuse 1'eriods
Croup, Coua. Dinieult lireathina:.'i
Salt lUieuih, Eryaipeia., Eruptiohs.1
Kheumatism, lliieumatic Fams 'JH
t ev er & Ague. Cuiil Fever, Aauesi
Files, blind or bleeding )
i pthalmy, and sore or wwik Eyeso)
Catarh,aix-uteor chronic, InhueuzajiJ
Wooping-chouuh, violent cougiis-.-fi
Asthma, oppressed breathing 5)
iar lisehames. impaired hearins5)
l do rTotuhi.enbinieil glands, Bweliinits-V)
'1 do Oeneraliebilit y.pnysical weakness-ill
do Dropsy, nd scanty Vecretions. J)
'M do Sea-Sickness, sicknesis fromridimr 5)
2 do Nervous ik'bilitv. Seminal Emis
sions, involuntarv iiseliarre.l ()
29 do Sore Mouth, Canaer....- cJ)
) do Urinary Weakness, wetting beds.oJ
:?1 do Painful Periods, with spasms Ji
do Sutierinirs at clianee of Uie 1 IA
ii do Epilepsy. sniisms. st. Vitus Dancel )
i do Liphtheria, ulcerated sore throatlol
Family cases of 35 to 70 large vials, mo-
roccj or rosewood case, containing a
- apeciflc for every ordinary disease a
family is subject to, and books of di
rections, from , $10 to $25
Smaller Family and Traveling Cases, with
20 to 23 vials, from $5 to 9
Spec Lots for all Private Diseases, both for
Curing and Preventive Treatment, in
vials and pocket cases ; $3 to $5
Pond' Extract cures Burns, Bruises, Lameness,
Soreness, Sore Throat, Sprains, Toothache, Earache,
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Luiubaeo, Piles, Boils,
Stints Sore Eyrs, Bleeding of. the Langs, Nose,
stomach, or of Pile; Com., Ulcers, Oidsores.
Price 50 cts. to $1,15.
Tuese Remedies, except Powd's Extract, ty the
case or single box, are seut to any part of the coun
try, by maii or express, free of charge, on receipt of
Address Hcmprb.cy'1 Specific
Homeopathic medicihe Co.,
Office and Depat No. b6i Broadway, N. X.
Dr. Humphrer is consulted daiiy at his oCice, per-
Muaily or by letter, as above, for all forms of dis
ease. . for tale by
McCOXAS sx CO.,
15-y Brownvi.le, Xeb.
Manhood! How Lost, How Restored!
A1 5 Just published, a new edition of Dr.
jZT1l Culverweti'a Celebrated Essay o the
n radical care (without medicine) of
SpermaiorThcea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary
Seminal Losses, Impoteocy, af ental and Physical
Incapacity, Impedimenta to Jfarriage, etc ; also.
Consumption, Epi.epy and Fits, induced ly self
induigence or sexeal extravagance.
3" Price, in ealrS envelope, otfly six cents.
Tne celebrated author, la his admirable essay,
clearly demonstrates front a thirty years' successful
pract.ee, 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 simple,
certain, aud effectual, by means of which every suf
ferer, ao carter what his coaditioa may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately and radically.
tS This Lecture should be in the hands of every
youth-and every una in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
drese , postpaid, 00 rece.pt of stx cents, or twe stamps.
Also Dr. Cniverwen's Marriage Guide;" price 25
ceats. Address the Publishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE fc CO.,
!My in Bowery, New xor, P. 0. 6.
Erlde a. iid Eridegrooin.
Essays foryo-ng mn on the interesticg ie'.
tion of Bridegroom to Bride in the in;itu:L.o of
kme. a Guide to te matrimonial felicity, asd
true happiness, seat ty man m tl itter ea
veloie ree of chane. Aaire?3. E'JWXED ASSO
CIATiOX, Box Fj PiiIa?e!T tia. Pa.
Dr. Mat fa Conception Preventive
Is nsed by rer three hunlred thousand ladies of
the Atlantic States aloae, aixi by a lsr? number in
the West, who wouid not be wiihont it for ten
times its cost. It is to thia Preventive oai the
mothers of those States owe their immunity from
larje families. It is absolutely certain, cunfenieat
to and witbal benencial to health. Abortion ia
criminal, then use means perfectly moral and
proper. Send stamp for pamphlet containing
full parUcalare. Address.
DR. A. G. WTLBER,
(P O Box 3C32) 719 Bt. Charles street. .
I1-17-ly ST. Lons, Mo.
Eaa been longer enied in the treatment of
Chronic, Sexual and Female Diseases than any
other Pbysiaan In St Louis.
Syphilis in all Us forms, Gonorrhea. Gleet,
Stricture, Orchids, Diaberes, and all affections of
the Crmary and Sexual Organs, are treated with
the f reatest success.
Spermatorrhea, Sexual Debility and Impotencr,
aa the result of se.f-abme in youth, or sexcal ex
cesses in maturer years, whicb produce aume f
the following eJect.- as blo-.cbea, debiiity. dizmi
aess, dimness of sight, confusion of t'Jeas, evil
forebodini's aversiou t society uf females, loss of
memory and sexual power, and rendering marriage
improper caa be cured.
Perrons suffering from Consumption, Dyspepsia,
Chronic Diarraea, Liver Ctjmplaint, Hernia, Rup
ture or any other chronic aflevtion, may rely npua
receiving a raiicai cure.
Parties !ar attentica given to alt Female Cm
rnaiDts; InnamnvatioB and Ulceration of the
Womb, Leucurrhea, Chlorist, Stjrinty, fcc. Most
Cases can be properly treated without an interview,
and ntediccres gent by mail or express, secured free
from observation. Cor.au!tato byletieroratofflce
free. Chance moderate and rare guarranieeJ.
53"" Office, with hospital accommodations f'r P
tiears. Ko. 611 St Charles street, between Sixth
and Seventh, St. Lnuis. Ho.
Everybody can get, in a sealed envelope, my
theory and treatment of Sexual and Crimry Dis
eases, eoouining fell symptom lists, for two pos
tage stamps; aisO; my paper relating to Chronic
and Female Complaiats, f jr a three cent stamp.
To the Kervou and Debilitated, whose suffering
have been protracted trom bidden cause, and whoee
cases require prompt treatment torendw existence
desirsble. Ii you are surer tug or have suffered
from involuntary discharges, what effect dies it
produce upon your general he-tlth? Dj you feel
weak, debi.ltaied eafity tired? Does a little extra
exertion produce palpitation of the heart? Doe
your liver, or urinary organs, or your kidneys, fre
quantiy get out of order? Is your urine sometimes
thick, miiky. orflocky, or is it ropyoD setting? Or
does a. thick scum rise to the (op? Or is a sediment
at the bottom after it has stood awhi e? Do you
have spells of snort breathing or dy;,ep ia ? Are
your soweis constipated ? Do yon have spells of
fuming or rushes of blood to the head? Is your
memory impairei ? Is your m.otl constantly dwell
ing opon thi u"ject? Dj yoi leei du;l, listless,
moping, tired of company, or life? Do you wish to
be left alone, U get away from everybody? Does
any little thing m&ke you start or jump ? Is j our
sleep broken or rest'.ese ? Is the lustre of your eye
as brilliant? The bloom on your cheek as bright?
Do you eijoy yourseif in society as we.l ? Do you
pursue your business with the same ner;y ? Do
you feel as nincb conuden"e In yourself? Are yonr
spirits da 11 and t!ax;ing, given to flu of melancholy?
It so, do not lay it to yonr liver or dyspepsia. Have
you reetlfr'S nisbts? Tou-Lack weak, your knees
weak, and have but little apetite, and you attrib
ute this to dypeia or liver complaint?
Now. reader, teil-&bu:e, veaerial diseases baaly
cured, and sexual ex ess', are all Capable of produc
ing a weakness of the generative organs. The or
gans ot feneration, when in perfect health, make
the man. Did yon ever think that those boid, defi
ant, energetic, persevering, succwjtul business
men are always those whose generative organs are
ia perfect beaiih ? Ton never near aucb men com
plain of being melancboliy, of nervousness, f pal
pitation of the heart. They are never afraid they
cannot succeed in business ; they don't became sad
and discouraged ; they are always polite and pleas
ant la the company ot ladies, and look you and
them-right in the face none of your downcast
looks or any other meanness about them I do
not mean thoee who keep the organs inflamed by
running to excess. Thee will not only ruia their
constitutions, but also those they do business wiia
How many men from had!y cured diseases, from
the effects or seir-abuse and excess, hare brought
about thai stale of weakness in those organs tua:
has reduced the general system so much as to ia
dace almost every other disease idi.y, lunacy,
paralysis, spin', affections, suicide, and aitiiosi ev
ery other form of disease wbich huuidnity is heir
to, and the real cause o? the trouble scip.e y ever
suspecteo, and have doctored for all but the right
Disease of thee orran require the use of a dii
retie HELUiSULD S FLUID EXTRACT hV
CiJCU the great Diuretic, and is a certain cure lur
diseases of the Ba2Jer, kidneys. Gravel, Dropsy,
Organic Weakness, Female Complaints, General
Debility, and all dieaes of the Urinary Organs,
whether existing in iiale or emale, from what
ever ciuse originating, and no matter of how long
If no treatment is submitted to. Consumption or
Insanity may en-ue. Our flesh and blotxi are sup
ported from these sources, aud the health and hap
piness, anJrhat of Posterity, depends upon the
prompt use of a Teliaole remeCy.
Heimbold's Extract Bacha. established upward
of 19 years, prepared by
H. T. HELKBOLD, Druggist.
69 1 Broadway. Ne Tork, and
1C4 bouth 10th St., PUiiadelpfcia, Pa".
Paicr $1.23 per bottle, or bottles tor $ 59,
delivered to aay address. Sold oy all Druggists
Scientific ! Rational ! Safe !
' 33 Ii. IAWKI2fCrZS
Compound Extract of
SCTEXTiriC 2IEX E Villi YWUERE
AS THE BEST
Remedy yet Discovered
Disease of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys
AN D A3 A
GEXERAL HEAL TU RESTORER !
Purifies the Blood,
Improves tne jippezize,
Corrects the Secretions,
And Imports Tone, Strength and
Vivacity to the Whole System.
So that persons nsina; it feel that they enjoy
an entire new me.
Is Eecommcnded by the
Ec$t Phy-ii clans Everywhere,
BEAD THE FOLLOWING FEQM
De. F. Olijt Daxjtelt.t, now of this City
Formerlv Profes-or of Physiolosrv anl Path-olorf-al
" Anatonir in the MMdl Georsift
vtcliral Polletre. 'hief SnrirfHin Stateof S"uth
Carrlina. during the -ar, Vice-President
Georgia Medical Association :
Ti- fyiww-.! h.ivp TOref;iTlv PTTimined
vour formula forthv Kt SADLIs. and recm
mendetl it to several of niv natients. The
rtjml'irralion is a hartv on3 and must-prove
a potent reniedv in airdi.-e-.uses requiring the
-.1-. r ,: I H.h
F. OLIN D ANN ELL Y.
Baltimore, April 22, 1 .
Baltimore. Id Marchl. 1W.
I IWiev1 lr. Lawrence's -R(.SAL)ALIS''
to lie the Ret Alterative In Use, and there
fore cheerfull v reonimend it as stih.
"TUUiiA.S J. BOYKLN, M." D.
Baltixoke. FeV.uary.lCtb 1.
Dr. J. J. Isucrw :- Ix-arSir I take plv
nre in recomraendinz yonr ItOtSAlJALLs as
1 a verv powerful alterative. ,
1 ours truly, i vr . c--s.xv.i, j.
We know Pr. Lawrence s TVvd:ili3 to be
a Pate and reliaijle Alterative. sce-. and t-'Ute
pleasare in rwommending it to the profess
ion ana pnoiic.
J H Moore, M P.
L A smith, M I),
J H Vintea-L M t,
R H Itarham, M P,
V Duiran. M I.
K Bnrnes, M D.
ItWKina. 31 Vl
S Woo I ward, M I,
V T Prpwer, M P.
aa- J BuUoek, M L,
Wixsox, N. Jan aary Tth, 1SUX
.For TerrmoniiU of Uesiakkabi-K Crura
55e "Koeadalisi Almanac" lor Una vt-ar-
Prepared at the Laboratory of
Dr, J. J. Lawrence & Co.,
SI Ecittimrre Stri, BALTIMORE.
SIHTH z, DTTTEH,
General Acents for the 2forth JYesfcr?
States, to whom orders euould be aoareseea.
' to purxiiAsrr
C 1 ; I - 1 ' J
Has a?ain carried of the highest honors at the
principle Fdirstbe present season, cucimencing with
the Sew England Arrioa,tural Fair, at Providence,
in September wbere it was awarded
The Highest Prize,
immediate'y after which came the Xw Tork State
Fair at Buffjlo in Octuber, where the ojtumitiee
awarded if the
First Prize double Thread Tlachine.
Then came the great Annual Pair of Se England,
that i.f the
at Lowell, where the highest priie the
ONLY GOLD MEDAL
awarded to any Fatuity Sewing Machine, was riven to
THE FLOBSKCE !
and that too ia fair competition with other
First Class MacMaes
for Cve c-nsecutive week where it Las been exam
ined by the best mechauics in the country and pro
nouueed the best constructed and most reliable H a
chme, and one that, on account of its s.mpiicity woud
Accomplish More Work
Elore Satisfactory LTaniier
AnyOTHES SEWING MAHIlvE
EVE It IXATXTED!
At the Fair of the Maryland Institute, which
c!osed a four weeks session at BUimre ou the Tth
uf .November, the superiority of the
was axain confirmed ty the committee on Sewin
X wbir.es. who unanimonaly awarded it the GOLP
JtEDAL,th highest prize the Institute cunfers.
Ob the Wth of September the Great Fair and Ex
hibition of the American Institute was ovened in
Kew Tork. As usual theaisp.ay vf SewicgXacit-nes
was Ur?e and the competituxi strong, but after s:m
weeks trial the friewisof the
had the satUfsrtlon of seein their favotite again
triumphant and f r the seood time beariuc off tiie
lushest honors of the American Irmitite.
KeluW we give an extract frm the Report of the
committee on beia Itachiues read at the close of
"The wfio!e numler of Sewing Machines on eihi-
bitiou is thirteen, of these, twe e are entered fur
competiti .n. The article bejritii the number 130
(VLUHKNCE SKWINIt MCfliTTE) is decided tot
tut lltt on Kxblbltiou. It m ist a'so be
suted luoaeuully. That this is better than ibj of
its class knottn to the Judges.
"irs MERITS ARE :
1st. Good Material and Thorough
2d. Kore absolute Novelty than
marks the usual Improvements in
2J The ingenious arranjrement of a positive mo
tion for adiosrin? the thread during the passage of the
shuttle and gathering up of it ia the taieh ol the
4th. The reversible feed.
fcth. The variety of the work that can be foal up
We therefore decide that it receive the award of
Sinel "Wir PRATT.
IRA S C APT.
'This is to certify that the foreoin is a true ex
tract frjnl the Report of the Juii::esof Sewing ata-
chines at theJTth AiiQulFiir fvTI
JXO W CHAMBERS,
Sec Buard Manager.
Sew Tork.Xov. 17th. 1S67."
It would seem as thuoh this 8ncce-?3iun of tri
nmpbs shou.d be suficlent to c nvi.,ce any unpreju
diced person of the great superiority of the
FLORENCE SEWIH6 MACHINE
over all others, an if more isnee.led to con Arm
the above, we micht ad that, ir. 131. the Comjaoy
on.y sold 50 Machines, whilst now there are over .
Thus establishing its reputitioa berond tpieition.
Every MacMne is TVarraiited I !
GEX: U'ESTETiX A GKST,
812 st. , Eat side, between ,
Washington Atb. t Green,
Circulars, Price Liz. r.d samples of work fur
nished on application.
J OM "W. HTNDEI150TT, Agent,
12-llMy For Brownville and Nemaha Co.
rWEVTY -EIGHT SIZES
Or THE C ULL B RATED
1 '-. :
Are now made by the
Excelsior Manufacf uring Comp'i
1 nnrE TFT.L-Ky" AND VERI rxiri.
I L VK C.x KIN'.i STOVE hsve ben before U
ubhc since 14.2. r.cn sucwrun ;- r "
, their poDuianr.r, uatil tl.e nan has become fa
ll liar in every househoU hi Uie est and South,
he demand for our
Vow Olisxftei Osxl?
lit vear ws srreaterthaa weeald supply with th
Ues then made; anticipating a sthl greater de
land darinst the prwnl year, we have msvie pat
ras for seseral additiocn! sues, and are preiarel
i man ufac tire lO to IliO
CHARTER OAK STOVES.
per day, of
We (Tuarsxtee the operation of every stove w
jamifacture, and Oder as retTnce anv one of the
taov thHisHr.l9 that have ben wid. -wherevei
lev'mav be found. Neither Tabor or haj
een spared to make onr NEW CHARTER OAK
PEHFECT cooiln'G STOVE,
nd we o7-r ft to f.ie tr5e a the EE5T CO"
IUOTEy, 3rT PUKABLE aad LNITOial
peratin; COOKING P Vi: in tiie niari-t.
Jn a-thuon to our KXTLN-IVE MOVE BUSr
XSjweare peeparet toolfr to ?toe Peaiert
'insmiais and others in the trade, the lararst an'..
Kt cwmilote asartment cf Metal and 'tinners'
lock ia the West. OarsmnnKnt with tne St.
oai starcpirizCorapaoy enai se us to rive l:lerU
irminrs tt larre biiTers of t KENCH i-l.31FEI
IXNLD ISOXWAliE and Tinarrs sujipiiee.
lav.n? recent! r rtHirl t pn-es of all article ol
urO'S ILLSRAlTUEh, we believe ittalers and
oo-iekeei-ers wZl tnd it to their interest to send
or Cat aiojrae ars-i rYi Lif . and exaautie our price
eitre purciiasiax elaewhtre. AudreaS
nxcrxsioii 5iAxrro co.,
St. Loau, iliisoaru
I 1 . ' :
C Q Za U
Hardwire, S' j'-', a ; ' --',
Jlcrrf-rr-, S' ':, llr
Hxrdtcar;, &';':, liazr',
M m 1 r
nti-J,rrj I.-on and
Pi ':'.v'y .'.-' Iron end JW'.V,
Piiistur'g Iri n CncJ Xa;t
Charter 0tk Stfjre
Charter Oak &:ov:s,
rx-les a;fi::ssrrtmr.t of evcrytllrs? Jt-4
ia a nri eia.-s
liailUiiiiht Liii MiiiC
Which will he to'Ju loir as tU fctrsil
To a" irho f,i--r tri'h
At;ihc Sla c! the
BIG 3Z3 STZAD I
k the pla to bt:y
FURNITURE AND UFHOLSTEBY
Ke-p cr,n'antly on har.d rt comp'tta as
Sofas, ZudsliaJi. VTTrbn,
Fur'a'xs, EiKki t'-.
What .Vj.'j. 1' Rar,
Tweed "r 1 - j
Plain. V ' "
Stand. ' "
Bed Soring Children' Caifii Gt.
Oiit and Rotmwd - J:nj,
SAeeU. Pulov. Pitttf
i.if 1, ett,, etc
SH0T7 CASISd; OFTIE TTOHZ
IT ADS to ohid:
And anything arl 'v:rs".Ti!riz rin'.red to av
tip plain or tmcy rrou.-f kef piu
AI of their ware is either man a factored cr ,
put up under their special superir.ten''.nr.
which enaU-s thtm to sell jKjnml articles at
smaller prices than Eastern raauuitar! ,
is at the r io' of th pni l:? at ar.y tle M
may b nt"etel. and Is gotten up nas Crt atjl
ah any Luther east.
of all sizes cuustautly on hand.
At Ens ternPrlcom
We are doiEa: l.u-iiiie on
rSTKICTTLY CASH PITTS dPT.TT
and hy attntl'in to htsino and the want c.f
th.e rorantnnity, exptin the faturt-ain th
p:t.t to receive the patronsze of the pnl-Ua
jrnerally. JTrY A T.T. & CO.
EGGS, FLOUR, AND
MEAL, FLAX, COT
TON, DRIED FRUIT,
GREEN FRUIT, fS
FURS AND SKINS, '
G RAIN AND WOO Ie,
hemp, tallow ,
sorgo! molass e.s
Genera! Comnilssicn LlercSiar
NEW YORK CITY.
And rcccii r hii trrek'y Piir Currani
of Prwvte fnd Clwerir, th: rival
izorr''z Price Currant
lUh'.dll (he Cni'ed Siatts.
Send ic:? a Price Currant.
HorHrsr Kites 6 Cirds Fu:
Lile)ral AdvsLnees ZlaA ea Conafga
Established May 1, 18 C3.
first Cas Re-'ereace gien wben reared.
JACOB MAROHN, . :
icHAirr t att, on,
J Dealer ia
Also A'-it f.T
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