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THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1S71.
NEBRASKA STATE FAIB.
TO BE HELD ATBKOWJJIYILLE
SEPTEMBER 20,87, 28,20,1371.
OZPJEHKT TO 'JL'JdL-b: WOELD.
SO CSABS3 F03 ECT3ES,
JE3-For particulars, ad-Jross Ii. W. Fcbxas, Pres
ident, Browaville, orD. H. Wheeleb, Secretary,
"Wo have talked with many of our
formers unon the prospect for fruit
this season, and from ail we Can learn
there will be about one-third of a crop
of apples, peaches and other fruits.
The bearing trees are mostly upon the
high lands aud within the first few
rows of tree?. Upon one farm the
fruit Is all killed, while upon the ad
joining field fruit is promising a good
yield. In some localities there will
be no fruit, while in others the trees
cannot mature all that now remains
-without injury thereto, UouiU we
have soon a Horticultural meeting in
Brownvllle. composed of the fruit
growers of the county, where the ex
perience and suggestions of alL could
ie gathered and digested, much valu
able information would be obtained,
-which could be acted upon by the
large majority, with much advantage
to them ; and, we believe, there are
none but what would bo profited.
"Will some one more directly interest
ed than wo are see that a call is made
of this sort, at a time when our fruit
men can come for this discussion. We
will see that a room is provided am
ple for their convenience.
For the 2Ionntnlna.
Col. R. W. Furnas left last week
for Omaha. The U. P. K. P.. Co.
have tendered a Pullman Palace, and
a freight car to the State Agricultural
and the State Horticultural Societies,
with which to go to the Rocky Moun
tains, to procure evergreens, shrub
bery, and rare flowers. Col. Furnas
is to head the party, and invites a fevs
men from other localities, most inter
ested In seed matters, to accompany
liim. He will report to the Adverti
ser an account of his trip, and of
what he sees and hears. It is thought
that these evergreens can be procured
fn quantities and at rates that will
induce farmers to transplant them
for wind breaks to their fruit tree3.
This years experience ha3 shown
that fruit trees have suffered more
from the driving April winds, and
tho dirt and sand thus drove against
them, than in any other way. The
wild fruit trees bordering the streams
being protected by other trees, have
not suffered from the driving winds,
but suffer more from fr.03t, C6L Fur?.
nas, observing -Uiis, ,will hereafter
seek to work -. "aripny with n)i
tureJn the prfe(y?iifinof his nursery
"business. If mTmust cultivate trees
on the up-Iands, where fruit Is less
liable to be killed by frost, he finds
that he must provide a protection on
the uplands, as nature provides a pro
tection in the valleys."
Ben. Butler Inn uevr Role.
Borne time ago Mrs. Pomeroy, wife
of the somewhat famous "Brick"
Pomeroy, applied to Ben. Butler to
net aa her counsol in securing a di
vorce from her husband. Butler, of
course, consented. As soon as Brick
came to know that Butler had been
employed in the case he directed his
lawyer to compromise the case by of
fering to pay Mrs. Pomeroy $20,000
and $000 a year. Upon being inform
ed of this Butler addressed the fol
lowing letter to a gentleman in ISTew
York, employed as associate counsel
for Mrs. Pomeroy :
Washington, April 10, 1871.
My Dear SrR I have tho honor to
acknowledge tho receipt of your let
ter of April 15. 1871, informing mo of
your connection with the case of M.
M. Pomeroy aud his wife, annlieant
divorce. Mrs. Pomeroy applied
io me, ma very laayiiKe ana proper
note, 6tuting that she wished to engage
my services as counsel anil I saw no
nnSft. T ,11.1 t t.fii w,i,nt t i,,.V.T i
do it gratuitously, but I undoubtedly
should have done so excent that I
could have compelled Pomeroy to pay .
my fee. I am glad to be informed
that, the fact of my employment hav-1
xng become kuown to herhuadund, ho
lia rnnliiil.l t rvtolrsi Lnilnm,.nt
ti-Uii her. clvinir her fcM.nnn in ,h I
.juumiuiu uic, ill. II IS CUUli 11
year toward the education of their
child. It is, certainly, very agreabie
to know that I have been able to
make the man disgorge the monev ho
has made out of me in fovor of a ,
, i i-.. , - i , '
nliipminii itnlrti,.r m.,innr ,., -,!""- iiuuae. .wiHir uis imui aootlC
wuiu.iu viiuiu iiu una iiijureu aua'n.. i e i ,. - "-
who. I am informed, is an estimabln tlouBht,.f a,ud Proceeding .there the
, i - ,
By abuse of mo and pandering to
the worst passions and credulities of
Lis readers ho has been able to sell
his paper so as to make a living for
himseif and even a competence, as I
understand. Now, in justice, he
should pay me a portion of that, and
if my emyloymeut by his wife as her
counsel.has caused him to take a part
oi mat wnicn oeiongs to me and pro
vide for her sustenance I shall have
tho satisfaction of knowing that,
while he has injured and abused me,
I am in fact supporting his family. I
have done some charitable acts in m'
life of which I have no disposition to
boast, but none upon which I more
pride myself than of being the bene
lactor and supporter of the family of
"Brick" Pomeroy. I may ueverneed
to use the information which you give
me, but if I do you may bo sure that
I never bring my informants into
trouble. I do net mark this letier pri
vate or confidential. I am, very re
B. F. Butler.
Vlotorla. Woodnurrin. Trouble.
New York, "STay 5.
The morning papers have the fol
lowing: A curious case came up yes
terday afternoon before Justice Led
with. In the Essex Market Police
Court. It was on application for the
issue of a warrant for the arrest of
James EL Blood, alias" Dr. J. H. Har-Tey-of
the company of Woodhull &
Uauin. The application was made
Ann,ie Clailin, mother of LIrs.
wrS,CllnLEayfl in her affidavit,
tnat Blood, otherwise known as Dr.
J. H. Harvey, occupies the Same bed General Kctt Summary.
with her daughter Victoria, and that riot occured at the coal regions,
said Blood has been in her family for . on TuesiiV, uud was incited by worn
thc lust six years ; that since his en- ennr. rather, the minora who didn't
trnnc& into her family he has made
every effort to corrupt, and has cor
rupted, not only her daughter Victo
ria, but, through his machinations
and intrigues, had excitediier daugh
ter Tennesee, and entirely weaned
them from deponent; and deponent
says that duriug the time she resided
in said house, sue uas oueii neuru
said Blood insist that her" daughter
Tennessee should make efforts to se
cure the attentions of different mar
ried gentlemen, in order that said
Blood and said Victoria and Tennes
see might combine to make money
out of au-ch-' person-; and deponent
says that she has known such mar
ried gentlemen who have been taken
in and' biaek. mailed in said house.
She-has often heard Blood, who is
receiver of all moneys that come into
possession of the lirm of Woodhull
Claflin &, Co., say that no book or any
account lias been kept by said firm
until very recently, and that in case
any trouble should arise between the
dealers with said firm and themselves,
Broad street would be too hot for
them. She further says she believes
Blood is endeavoring to ruin her
daughters, especially Tennessee, and
that, as he lias threatened her nie,
Mrs. Woodbull indignantly denies
these assertions, and says it is merely
an attempt to levy black mail. Her
mother, old and weak minded, has
been induced, by some means, to
make the affidavit, which is a black
and infamous lie.
Spiritualism at Fault.
The St. Joe Gazette vouches for the
following spiritualistio story :
"The tragical story of the "2s'ick
Wall" disaster is of such recent date
that it is still fresh in the public mem
ory, and it does not now need to be
revived except to correct some of the
rumors therewitli connected; this
task moreover is particularly pleas
ing when it involves the reaurection
from his watery grave and tho return
to the bosom of his disconsolate fam
ily of one of the supposed victims.
"Mr. Benjamin Whyte, of Nemaha
City, Nebauka, was one of those re
ported to have been lost on tho ill-fated
steamer, and he was actually one
of Iter passengera up to a point on the
Mississippi, where he disembarked,
in order to take a trip up lied river.
Meanwhile he did not communicate
with his relatives, and they, giving
him up for lost and finding no lost
will and testament among his effects
atlsTemahaCity proceeded to the usual
formality of taking out letters of ad
ministration, so as to make an equi
table division of his property. In
connection with the distress and con
sternation occasioned by the supposed
tragical death of Mr. Whyte, some
spiritualist! in NemuhaCity displayed
uncommon interest in the gentle
man's fate, and a succession of sean
ces were held, at one or which the
ghost of Benjamin waa called up
from "tho vasty deep." In response
bf tho vocation of these mundane
spirits, Mr. Whyte appealed and an
nounced through his medium, that
his body lay in the bottom of tho
Mississippi, between certain points
which embraced the scene of the
J42slck Wall" disasser, that a consid
erable amount of money was in his
pockets which it would be desirable
for his friends to look after, and that
an old trunk wad also to be found in
ibesamej neigh ujisrbopd which, as it
was an old family relic, ho desired
should be recovered and given to.
Capt. Wliyto. hio hrnfher, 0. well
kntmyiand highly respected resident
of this city. These statements of tho
Spiritualists struck some of Mr.
W byte's friends as being very proba
ble; in fact any one who knew tho
gentleman, his circumstances and his
family, and who felt assured that he
was lost on the "Nick Wall" might
have guessed all this without super
natural counsel ; accordingly prepjira
tlons were immediutelv made to dive
for .Mr. Whyte and Mr. W byte's
money and C'apt. Whyte's trunk,
when, just the day before the expe
dition was to start from Nemaha City,
Mr. .Benjamin Whyte put m a per
sonal appearance and congratulated
his friends upon the completeness of
their arrangements. The gentleman
seemed not to have suffered" seriously
from the "Nick Wall" disaster ; ho
did not even seem to have caught
cold bjT hi3 siesta in the bottom of tho
Mississippi. The appearance of the
gentleman not only astonished and
pleaded his friends, but made the div
ing bell expedition a work of supere
rogation. It was, therefore, abandon
ed. Fatal Accident A Boy
Drovrucd In a
A little son of George Scott, living
about nine miles from town, yester
day went to a neighbors, a German.
About 2 o'clock In the afternoon the
German sent the boy home. The lit
tle fellow, who was but seven years
old, started in the direction of his fa
4i..t , -v t.: .?.
200 va" fron- tno neighbor's house
way a well about 12 feet deep, which
had no curb or other guard to prevent
accidents. Near the well, and proba
bly in the path the little, fellow was
taking, were two snakes recently
killed. It is supposed that the bov
i startled by a sudden
glimpse of these
tli and fell into
sprang out of the pat
ITTic, or, 1 1 j ,
", ",;" V '.J , ,r"V u miliulu "I"
"' he,1)rolonr st:-v of iw
Sjjll' Sd,,? ue f ef;ny nt in
f,earch.f m-. As the time went on
tn!!?i,f ",J ne-d ,V ,the s,e,areh
About!) o'clock at inirhr. tho tvnll
drowned body of tho poor child was
This distressing accldentis a solemn
warning to all against the carelessness
so prevaleHt, of having open and un
guarded theso fatal traps. Everv
now and then we hear of just such
fruits of this culpable neglect Lin
Thorwaldsen was an
neat old gentleman. Pas;
ins oue dav
uiiuuku me rami 01 ins student a.-
lM..a.l. .- j .
tists, at Munich, he playfully touched
wie uiiKempt Head and dirty beard
of one promising young sculptor, who
was not remarkable for his attention
to personal appearance, and eaid :
"My sou, Thorwaldsen. cannot bene
fit you as much as can a barber." The
student, in spite of his carelessness in
the matter of cleanliness, appreciated
tno wortn ot Thorwaldseirs
opinion, and knowing well the
ness of his teacher for young artist
Avho were incliued to sculptura'
themes, he slyly answered, "I wished
fora model for a statute of good St.
Peter, and, being too poor to hire, I
allow my hair and beard to grow rag
ged, that I may study from myself."
Tho old sculptor gazed at him an in
stant, and then quietly remarked
"Be sure and follow St. Peter, then.
iu an tilings, and don't forget to
stoutly deny your master."
Wendell Phillips thundered his
anathema acainst monopolies in a
recent speech, and warned the people
against them. He says Paris lies be
low the surface of Now York, and pre
dicts hard times for A. T. Stewart
and Commodore Yauderbilt ifcthey
live until 1SS3. J
aim dnpq Tint tcoi sate Irom Ulood. aiiiu
.i t. k i ...i Tpsa. tho old stamping ground
Wal?X"""Z?Z"rlw """ theF.'F.Vs. Look out Horace an
Ueuib Willi ucuuiuuij; iu mn. - . , - rni. -i-.. iri., ,.,
. ..m.i....if ; ..,...,..n,i k,. nil,, iiiui'l vour eye. The Ku-Klux won'
oracicrnpn i.v Mr. niVfl Mrs. Snarr. respect your. venerable locks if
.i u.n.:,,jn.nfr nif. catch you. He is to make an addre
U.iUUUlWl UUU SUii'lU'lUtl Jl JA1.3. -w..
want togoworX persuaded tneirw.ves
to throw stones at those who did, aud
this novel plan of attack resulted in
a good many sore heads. The milita
ry, like tho police, managed to. get
there just in time to be useless-.
A. Tax-payers' convention met in
Columbia. South Carolina, yesterday.
1 ' !
The discussions were calm and mod
erate, and a desire to preserve the
public credit animated the meeting.
The status around Paris is about
the same; no movements of impor
tance on either bide, and tho outlook
The intention to bombard Paris is
clear. Projectiles are being stored in
Valerieu for that purpose.
The Sanators for the extra session
come in slowly, and the opening ses
sion will not be a full one.
The prospect that Jewell will be
declared elected Governor of Connec
ticut is increasing day by day. He
now lacks but nineteen votes of the
number claimed for him by Republi
cans. This Jewell is not to be thrown
before swine to be trodden junder foot.
The Democrats havn't found the pearl
of great price either.
Horace Greely leaves to-day for
on agriculture, and tell them what to
feed to cows to insure a crop of cow
cumbers. Disrmtchos from Berlin sneak of
the completed negotiations for a real
and durable peace between France
and Prussia. We are glad of it, and
wish its provisions could bo extended
to include all the planet.
Dead Island is rightly named.
Its rugged shores and treacherous
waves have sent many victims to
"Davy Jones' Locker." The ship
Quebec, on her way to Quebec, went
ashore and to pieces, on the Sth inst.,
and her crew to a grave at the bottom.
"Sistern" Julia Ward Howe and
Stephens have got there "hidenl" of
woman's sphere realized in their ca
ses. Clailin, the Governor of Massa
chusetts, has appointed them juctices
of the peace.
Gen. Sheridan and Mrs. Lincoln
and son arrived from Liverpool in the
The investigation in the Gover
nor matter in the Connecticut Legis
lature has resulted in the finding of
the true Jewell, while the Democrat
ic man has turned out to be nothing
but English paste.
Bismarck has reduced the indem
nity from France one hundred mil
lion of dollars. The treaty is defi
nitely arranged, uud tho German
troop's wili soon withdraw from
Thiers again proposes to capture
Paris at the point of tho bayonet iu
less than twenty-four hours. We
wisli he'd do it and cease his talk
about it. Humanity calls for work ;
th Commune ought to monopolize
MEW YOKE COST
AISO AI.Ii KIDS OF
STORE FUTURES !
SUCH AS SHOW CASES, I,OGK:i?.'G
GI-.AHSF.S, OWE PIKE ASD TlVIl-
G1.A.S. PKOOP SAFE, KIRS
EXTISeUlSHEii, AA'D A
AT :UY-S OLD STA2TD, THE
fcAll Persons Indebted to A. Xay
Co., will find it to to their inter
est to call at onco and settle.
ELASTIC IiOCK STITCK
I This superior Machine is adnptcd to tha very wide
ratJKC of He aiming. Felling, Braiding. Binding Cording,
Embroidering, Seaming, Quilting, Tucking. Kuflling,
nom-stitclung ind Gathering. Is equally good for fins
or heavy vrork. and is tho most practical Sowing
Machine eror Invented.
The needloof the ilclean & Hooper Is short and
straight, and is not open to the objection of vibration
and its results in long or curved needles. It Is never
6et too high, nor too low. The niachino Is always in
order, sews from two common spools without re-winding;
wasted no thretd; cannot tangle if run vsithont
goods, nor when the easy passage of the gcoda is
obstructed. The feed is never dull, is positive, and is
tho very Btrongvstfted in use. Tho ilachino is freo
from springs, Thica tend only totreaken and get out of
order. Tl most delisata seamstresses use thn TrT.
& Hooper without iniurv. belDiriho linnet .
Koehineevtrrutde. The inventor connM ,- jS'
jcjuauj Kepi in view tuo act that aa Sewinz
rule, know littla or practical mechanics, a CTcatPr
dereoof simplicity in their constrnction BnH ,o i
--- .. ...w ..b v..iu. . . Liner. v.iirt "in n ... w
Z . . ' .sc U1 ibices were csaential, la
order to inee t a universal want. '
Price, on Plain "Walnut Table
witn Outfit, Woa
Send stamp for descriptive circular. IS SSSK
every counry ia U. 8. and TrWw S" !i
n. .nr., t . i- r . " . "" ""F- "
Truman, Dawney & Co.,
170 STATE ST., CHICAGO, IL.I..
X3"A;ent3 "Wanted. 27-iy
Alesandor &; Xiaug-e,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
it-tt JExTEIieOit C0U2tTy,.yEBHAEKA.
s 2 a a g h 5 a y a izti
t? - -.
.ft-- t tfr
Mil uOllily .
J. A. BIZEB.
AS NOW LocAted permanently In the city ol
Urownville, Nebraska, to carry on the
IN ALL m BRANCH!
3 now have the best Stock, the
best Style, aud the best Fin
ished Furniture tSiat has
ever been In the City
JYot Marred or Rubbed to Ple
cec.hui all .eiv, Sssiooth, Clean
and ood; jut what the peo
ple want here.
SA2.SS ISOOM AIVO OFFICE,
Jfro. 27 Main Street,
Fine and Common Furniture,
and Itfauufactarcr of
RICH AJST 3PH.JLIIV
C:tFgo Stock of Common I?ed-
stvadSj JLouiigeN. and Cribs.
of all Styles
bureaus, ITaslistandK, Parlor
TableM. Quartette Stands. Ta
iles sxthI Stands of every des-r-viptlon,
and Center Tables
aingr and Breakfast Tables,
lib oar d, Safes, Wardrobes,
uas ' 7 - A UUX..1i
3ka2l J! OSS and Ii Utile Mni(ro.
. Cane and Wood Safd
tuuaihoi every description,
In fact I snail keep everything
I invite persons to call and ex
amine my Stock or Furniture
before purchasing elsewhere.
J. A. BIZER.
&fit;aQ)ft as "r tSiSiiA. a
0 leSfePgL M msgEmE&.
Also, on hand a choice stock of
READY MADE GOODS!
whleh he will
Sell Very Low for Cash. I
He would call the attention of the public ; to
tiin fact that he has an extensive oxperience in the
nnnufecture of Custom Work of the flnt quality;
and those who want Boots and Shoes to
Fit Well, Look Well and Wear Well,
will not bo disappointed.
Boota and Slioi Xeatly
J. E, & A. BATHEE, Proprietors.
AGAIN WE OFFER AT REASONABLE TRI
cos, a flue asssonment of
GRAPE V13TES A5D
VZC-STA3LB AND PL0W3S SEEDS.
Dosorlptlro Priced Catnlosao
Scut Free to all Applicants.
J. H. & A. 3ATHE3,
2X2KI Clinton, Iowft.
CHESTNUT ds. 12tl St.,
Importors and Manufacturers of
FAXCY GOODS, &c, &,c.
QUALITY AliWAYS GUARANTEED.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Orders and Inquiries by mall promptly attonded to.
Strangers visiting the city will confer a favor by
Inspecting their stock. SuGm
Manhood : How Iost IIow He
stored. (FyjBlJnst published, a nevr edition or Dr.
on the rucalcure(wlthout medicine)
u.v& iti.il , .cirriimirTii f'.MMn
Weakness. Involuntary Seminal .Losses, IMPO
TKXCY, Jfeutal and Phj-slcal IncaiKicitv. Impedi
ments to marriage. etc: also COX&UM,TiO.El,
LLEPSY and FITS, induced by self-indulgence or
eg" Price. In a sealeil envelope, only 6 cents
The celebrated author. In this admirable essar
clearly demonstrates from a thirty years successfuf
practice, that the aluralng -consequences ot aeir
abuse may be radically cured without the dancer
oususcof Internal medicine or the application ot
the knife; polutlmcoutamodeof cure at onceslm-ple.cei-aln,
and effectunl. by means of which every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may be mar
cure himself cheaply, privately, and rodicaUy.
3Tbls Lecture-should-bo-in th innri, r 1..-.
youth and every man la the land.
Seat, under seal, in a plain envelope, to anv ad
dress, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two post
stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwcll's "ilarriace Uuida "
prtc 23 cents. Address the Publishers .
CHAS. J. C. KJLTXE fc CO..
Post Office Bo:r4,gS0 Smn-S Yo, y
&T "HTST. D. SHEI.LEBEKGEB'5.
5a ifi3S l
C3 IJ ft
- i m
NEW STEAM FERRY,
Tho Brownvillo Perry Company
have now running between
North Star and Phelps City, Mo.,
the new and commodious Steam Ferry
MAST! J. AUNOLB!
THIS BOAT is entirely new, with
power and capacity to cross everything
that may come. In any weather.
For cr&sluK Cattle into or out of this Land Dis
trict, this is the best poinU This boat U especially
lltted up to ensure safety in crossinjestoefc. and large
cattle pens are already erected at the St. Joe.&C li.
Depot at Phelps City. We can insure the traveling
public that all In our power shall be done to make
this thetaobt reliable crossing on theiliasouri river.
BUOWNVIL.LE FEItltY CO.
-pXPLAININfl who may, and who ought not to
JLi Slarry. Excessive rexual excitement ITS
TAUiES, with neetlful advice. All that U worth
know Ins? about IMIKVENTIOX Also w by mo many
of both sexes have PIMPLES on the face. Ac: and
Klvinssutllciont reasons why ONE-HALF of the
lemnlei. In this land of ouw, are PItEMATCKELY
INFIKM. It my Mspsetinus were followed by all.
death hy COX&TJMPriOX would JOECKEASE
ONE-HALFiuasinfjIeKeneratlon. ttirSo lather
of a family can aH'ord to be without the Informa
tion." tf5"No yountr man ought to read "Man
hood.', No yoiuiB lady ought to read "Woman
hood. "53 1 hey are bound separately, and sent,
pre-paid, by mail. SECURE FUOil OBSERVA
TlOX.at 15 cents, each or both together for i5
CLARK WHITTIER, M. B.,
C17 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.
X. B. Many by reaping these works have avoid
ed the ROCKS on which multitudes have been bro
ken in pieces. 27-y
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See them at Cook Stores and News stands, or send
stamp for circulars, or 25 cents for sample, saying
where you saw this advertisement, to BRIGHT
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We hare the Largest Stock, anct make the lowest Pr
I foiled tuotevt-n to one caJ.-ew .euro tee very
. vmit mi i." ir ii iii.!it hum ntiwr
Mrst casta oruai.u. ncuins or ji" -St"3-rnose
who are aflllrtcd should Jmmtcly call oa
their dniSRist and cet 11 AKlEFi FLUt. EUlb-
UY. It Is exiiresalj lor tLe PHts. ana w npi reconi
m ended to cure any otlier dease. It has cured
mauy ciiies or over thirty yeaw stnndlny. Vnco
Onebollar. For sa la by druggists everywhere.
! mi iiw m i" ifi ilfci Ti'if f 1' ri t-
. .-w.i,i i-v-(cik-ijta TOXIf" is nro-
pared expressly lor Dyspeptics and those suf
ferine with. haWtusa Cost! ven ess. It is ashghUv j
stlmulatlBg ionic and a spienmu apiuiu;ejr.
strengthens the stomach and restores the digestive
organ.to their healthy ftote. "1U"J
dyspeptic persons should use UAKAhlTS J1
ZiVtttU IOSIC. forsale by druggets. 1'rIceOne
"c'oDGH IStO 3XOKjBS
TtrAltNEIt'S IJonsh Ifaisam u ueaunK. o..-
V enlng and expectorating. The extraordinary
iiower.it posses-es lu Immediately relieving, and
eventually curing themostobstinateeasesof Coughs
iloareness. Asthma aud Consumrtion U almost
mcredible. So prompt la the relief and certain Its
effects in all theabore cases, or any affection orthe
throat and lungs, that thousands of physicians are
dally prescribing it, and one and all say thai it Is the
nmrt,Uoiini'!inil exnectoratlng meolclnir Known.
One dose always affords relief, and Inmostcasst
onebottlo eflecwacitre. Sold by 'druggists, In largs
hi.tiM irir One Dollar. It Is your own fault
ir vrm still eanch and suffer. The Balsam will ore,
THE great Blood Purifier and Delicious Drlni,
1 Warner' Vinnra Vitrc, or Ine oi Life.is
free from any polionous drugs or Impnritl:
nrunot-iH fn l,rn TVlin riWlIll TH O. St 1101113111
It Is a
unionrtM nnwiiTPr nnd tonic, and thctiuest thing In
the world for purifying the blood. It Is the mos:
pleasant and delicious article ever offered to the
public, far superior to brandy, whisky, wme. bitters
or anv other article. It Is more healthy and cheap
er. Both male and female, young or old, can tae
the Wine of Lfe. It is. iu fact, a lite preserver.
These who with tc enjoygood health and a freeflow
of livel v spirits, will do well to take the W Ine of Life
It Is di"ffer-nt from any thing ever bafore In use. It
Is sold by druggist ; also by nil respectable saloons.
Price One Dollar, In quart bottles;
.li-iiiiliiiiiih i ii i mi hum i. .1. i i rinri ii
X-fTAKNEK'S KWaiKXAOOfiUE H the only
articie known to cure the Whites. (It will enre
In every cas;.) Where 's the family in which this
Important medicine Is not wanted? Mothers, this
is the greatest blessing ever offered you. and you
should immedlatily procure It. It Is also a sure
cure for female irregularities, and may be depended
upon In ever" e where the monthly How has
been obstructed through cold or disease. Sold by
druggist. Price one Dollar. Or sent by mall on re
ceipt of One Dollar ane a Quarter.
Add rerto IS 1 '.) tnte St., C hlcnco, III.
! H I bill III II I II II I II I III I II II I I
H. C. LETT,
McCKEZP-'S' & NICXEII,,
sepl5yi Brown vllle, Nebraska.
No. 37 Malm strectj'Brovs-nvIZIe.
BY THE DAY OR WEEK.
am&xs AT ajjl nouns,
A FULL LINE,
AT IV. . SHELIiEBERQER'S.
B LfA S i "i VA H te. U 3 ,WX fffam , (Ksa 2 K &.
- - -osy us a ip xscBt xaz? a TU i&
NOT BE UNDERSOLD. '..
i - T w.-.w AjTT-rvTatmgOg'IJM.nwp
ST., BEOWNVILLEr NEB,
anCEST IN THE MARKET,
AT 1V3I. D. SIlCIjLKXBERr;,
nm IP Asal) yiiri
LaoiilSyi AilU Sail'
AT. TV. D. SXIEL,LESHEUGEng
IIOAVARD SANITARY AID
sanitary aid for tin
attllcted. Sent frt i .' 1 -J
es. Aaareas, iiowakd A&t30CU.T:r?
Box P. Phlladelph jx. Pa,
FROM BliSAS WIBS
Need of the Prairie!
The Pineries of Xortliern IThconsln.
With my Cvvorable facilities I am abietosi
5 to 12 Indies Silgb,
at the following: LOW prices fer spring of u
. Norway Pinc
Trees 20 to 30 Inches !Usir.
Balsam Fir. ..
Norway Pine -American
One Thousand Sauur HL-tpie. .'Jto 5 IbcHss
Hiish, for $lr0; Fie Thouand
PACSlIXG FRSE !
TER2IS : C:ish, or C0.D. by L'.pr.
Transportation by Steanwr to Chicago is &,
Addroj3SA3IUEL EDWAUDi?, Jr.,
5-6m GREKX BAY.
AT IV. I. SIISLl.ESBaKCER'ji.
T i !
For the Relief and Cure of the Erring and 1r-r
unato.on principles of Christian PhilaRtbroi r "
Essays on the Errors of Youth, and tb FJf
Vge. iu rehition to Marriage and Social Kv! "
AtAj&j -i tli JuJE lSSf