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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1860)
Life Insurance Company,
,. Karifcra, (" "n.
Incorporate! ly lt Slate of Connecticut.
. Capital Stock .-00,000.'
ieve tod uni'T li.e san'ik:. nr,d a; rroval cf the
CoiE' trcIicrof I'ubli? Accounts.
orricr.ns and dihixto::
'JAMf.SC. WAI.KLEY, Trident.
JOHN L. F.rNCi:, President.
KfJAS GILL. Secretary,
. E.Jj.DICKEKMAN, General Agent.
Alfred Gill, Uanul Phillip, John L.Eucoe,-K.rr.od-et,
J.A.Eutler, I". D. Li-Verjuan
' N.Wiieaton, Sain.Coit Nelson Ilolhster,
James C. WulUry.
S.Tl.Eoro'ford.M P. Cor.sultin z Physician.
A. S.HoIIaday.M D, Medical Examiner.
Applications received by R. W.FCIiNAS. Afc't,
BS-tf Brownville, Is. T.
LUGIID AUGH CAES Oil,
' GENERAL LAUD AGENTS,
Dealers in Coin.UneurTpnt Lion ey, Exchange)
end Land Warrants,
Collection! made on all acccstit le poinlt. Taxes paid.
and prompt attention piveu t-j nil uusiness pertaing to
a nrtcl Land Agency.
Acrvrs for TTfr
" VXITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY,
A safe and reliable compa&y for the transmission of
Also Aaetilsfor tbe TIartford Hrc Insurance Company
cf Hartford, Connecticut. .
We have remove our office to the nfw fcHUi"S on
Main street, next door toJTheodore Hill's Store, and
near the L. S. Land OSce.
Oct 27, lto6,M - lXSHEAUGH li CARSON.
b. r. tnrdroH. 'K0-arscs
LUG 113 AIT G II CARSON,
BANKERS AKD GENERAL LAND AGENTS
Dealers in Coin.
Cncnr'fnl Monev, K-:. );nnce and Land Warrants,
J1UOWNVlLLK..XK.aAllA CO., N. T.
7.r-eeial attention will l.e given to Buying and felling
EchsreoB the principal citie cf the United States,
Goi!"- iver, mid u'u urreut B.it.k Note. AconMant sup
ply ft Land Warrants on hand for s!e. roB cash, or en
tertion lime tr Pre-empt ors. All Warrants sold ty r.s
guaranteed m every reue:t. Will file rcolaratorySiafe
nienu of intention to pre-empt, and prepare Pre-emption
'Paper at fclmrt n-.Uce. Money loaned npon bet fccuri
ties, at western fate of interest, and in rtMmoiits made
In'Lar.da or city property for distant capitalists. Collec
tions upon all convenient points will be promptly at tend
ed tft a. id proceeds remitted in excuanpe, atcurri-ut rates.
IM'.aof Exchange on Knrland, Ireland, and France, ob
tained at usual rates, with cost of Exchange on the East
added. Ipomti receive'! on Current account andintereti
allowed on Fpecial deposit.
CFFICK AiainSt.,nearU. S. Land O.Tce.
Llnd. Brother S. Co., Merchants,
fcXaKhton, Carson it Co., "
Hiser It white, "
Yonr.tr, Carson fit Bryant, "
Jao. Ibompson MaFon, Col'rof Port,
E, K. Tunrlerscn &Co. Merchant,
K. id. Teak le & Co. Ko. 17, Broadway, New Tori.
V'n, T. SxiLlioon, Esq., B.ir.ker, . Wahington,D.C
J. X- Eleven, i:.v , Att'y at Law. " "
Jnn. S. ballal.er, LateSdAud. L. S. T.,
Taj lor . Krlepli, Banters,
alcClelland, SvcrusKaitCo. Merchants,
Lcn. Tlio. G. Prat?.
Hon. J. T. Geary, Kx-Gov. Kanaf,
Hon. Jas. O. I. arson,
T. B. Small, ri., Pres't S. Lank,
Col. Geo. iVLley, Att'y at, Law,
Ctarle" Tareons &. Co. Iiatikera,
n, c. jrtittfit Co.
Greene, we ure kEioe,
poticlaf Ik Watson.
Col. Sarn llamblcton, Att'y atLaw,
Judpe Tbo. Terry,
Prof. H. Ti.t iler,
Vkl. W, Wl UiU &
St. Louis, iTo.
Cunil'Crl.i.. J M l
A. LTPOKD. J. T. HORN
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Kails, rious, Stovcs,ruriiiture, &.C
Afril Ctb, 1S5S. 43-t
0 7Z. Ha Gr 0 AST
MM PLOW IIS.
j ; 1 T O PARI.! EES
Ofd'rcsZa a::d N.'W. Missouri:
' ACJAITI I wonid call tfce attention cf the farmers
rf Ncl raska and Missouri, to the fact that I bave on
band and am cnnntanUy manufacturing, at my Plow
rcu,rj', in Oregon, Mo., wagons, and every pattern of
piowst to-wit :
rn.uiac plots s,
One aiuITiro Horse Ploivsr,
Anil XIarrow Tectli
Tocettfer with everything in this line cped by a farmer.
I take the reponit;iity of Faying that my two horse
ptowa will do better work, in PtubMo or any kind of
rou?b ground, than any I manufactured or sold in this
vpper country. My two-hore and prairie piows will be
told, for caph n terms, such as will jdace theta in the
reach of erery farmer.
My Tlows can be obtained from my spent at Iowa
Toiut. K. T., I'rownville, Nodaway county. Marietta,
Kuxb Bottom, Holt contiiy, 13rown ilie. X.T., and For
est City. . MARTIN' IIOFFMAM.
N. K. All kin-is of reptirins Jonc wi:U ccatnebsaud
Cifpalib.. on Lteral terns.
Oregon, Ko., May, ISC J.
Theodore Hill, Agent
mnw. Prnville, T., keeps cn lwnd t fenera! afsort
H Arowenf.mcn'a Plows.
1, - 0,o.nii6y h BiteutSov. ly
1 J u.t re?c;red. per f-!ca;r Liulue, a EUffly of
. -: ' SPADES,
SHOVELS, . PITCH FORKS,
,:r PATENT CHURNS, &.,&cr
FOR SALK AT "
, IIEOBOEU HILLS
- r.rowzxW,. Arnl. 3. ISC.fi.'. ' '
i... fin 'Improved Farm "
A te:y raluMe ar.J iciral-le jniproveJ farm ftimste
4 t-2 clea ft om i'rew nvi.le and 2 1-2 from Netii.ha
X'itr. can ttad -.n very fav.-'able tern a. It cnMsts
of 1M acreit; J acres in.lor culiivativii; 21 acrei ia tiui
r; jtood weil; tvH k w.i'e-, !it;J poixl frame house.
,7biK'k 2 yoke ot oxt cvws, -A 7 younp cattle,
tli farm implemei.t. a:, i luue!ulil furniture will be
ud m ith .t it uc- ii e t. a rare oj jK-rtunity i l ore pre
ferred. i:i!o,irc cf u. V . Fuiiids, at the Advertiser
cfilce, Bri'Wt ;'. ;e, N. T.
. 17, LIS
1 i$ U On
f ' ' r m -", i ,' P
HANNIBAL & ST. JO. It, It
Arrarynincnts tare Lccn maJe, ij tie nnrtci
and Vt. Joaei b Kail Iioad Coicparjj, to torn
mence with the opening cf navigation, for a
THI-VsTESLY ICiE OF PACKETS,
to run in connectioa witli 8iiJ Uoacl rculr; r?y from
St. Joiepli to EroT7nvIIIc, Omta,
and all other intermediate poinL?.
Tie fellow itig new, pop ularand fast rnnn; Eg packet
boats constitute tbo lino for the present:
jffTh STEAMER fP
i .Q n AHA
,rrk STEAMER .fK
f..E LI I L I E , J
Captain - - - - A JjDAEGE.
rfrrfK STEAMER .
Captain - - - CALVEET,
For Freight or Passage apply to
FX1CIGXXT A!D TICKET AG EXT,
Foricarding Sf Commission Merchant,
Capt. R. FORD, Gen. Ticket Ag't.
J. S. K. HA WOOD, Gen. Supt. .
BOOTS .6 SHOES
Por tlxo . trillion.-
CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE.
TIIEY ARE OF EVERY GRADE,
And Hade of Good Stock,
Good Shccs at from 75 cents to Three Dol
lars i er Pair.
Good Roots at From $1,50 to C
Having just returned with a new stock of
I invite the attentlcu f my old cnntomers and the
purchasing public. I have never before been able to
clTer such bargains as at present, in either variety style,
quality and prices.
DO XOT FAIE TO STOP
onvvnviLLE shoe store.
"WILLIAM T. PDN.
Brownville, pril, 26, I860. ,
A Benevolent Inttitution established by special En
dowment, for thtrclcf of the tick and d stressed,
effiicted with Virulent and Epedemic Disease.
ITlk Howard Association, in view of tbeawful distmc
tionof human lire caused by Sexual diseases, and the
deceptionspracticed upon the unfortunate victimsof Huch
disease by Quacks, several yean ago directed their Con
sulting Surgeon, as a charitable act worthy of their
name, to open a dispensary for tha treatment of thit
class of diseases, in all their forms, and to Rive Medical
Advice Gratis to all who a jply by letter, with adescrip
tlonof their condition (a ?e, occupation, habit of life,
&.c.) and in easeof extreme? poverty, to furnish medicines
free ot charge. It Is needless to add that the Associa
tion com man -Is thehlphest Medical skill of the age, and
will furnish the most approved modern treatment.
The Directors of the Association, in their Annual Ee
nual Report upon the treatment of Sexual Diseases, ex
press the highest satisfaction with the success which has
attended the labors of their Surgeons in the cure of Sper
matorrhoea; Seminal Weakness; Gonorrhoea; Gleet;
Syphilis; the vic of Onanism or self-abUBe, disease of
ilie Kidneys and Bladder, &.c, and order a continuance
of the same plan for the ensuing year.
The Directors, cn a review of the past, feel assured
that their labors in thissphere -f benevolent effort have
been of great benefit to the afHuted, especially to the
young,, and they have resolved to devote themselves,
with renewed real, to this very Important and much de
An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation or self
abuse, and oilier diseases of the Sexual organs, by the
Consulting Snrceon, will be sent by mail (in a sealed
envelope) Fi;F.E OF CHARGE, on the receipt of TWO
STAMPS for postage. Other reports and Tracts on the
nature and treatment of Sexual diseases, diet, fs.c, are
constantly Leing published for gratuitous distributicn,
and will besent to the afllicted. Some of the new re
medics and methods of treatmnetsdiscovered daring the
last year are of great valne.
Address for Report or treatment, DR. J. KK.ILLTI?
rTOUGIITOr. Acting Sureocn, Howard Association, Ko.
2, South Xinth Street, Philadelphia.
By order of the .directors,
EZRA D. IT ART WELL, President.
Eo. Faircttild, Secretary.
July 14. lS5S-ly
Pr. R C. c f tli coriity, preterits n with a
Iea".t..i;; a . ftf lr,py, c.;al, it int superior to any
tf i!B we M" -..w. This ti't;ry was manufactured t-y
V.rs. fitn.-.h a.-c.r.!.itR to the direction given In recciet
-wtikli she 5' -iirchased it Ir. S. P. Crr-iiger, Baltiiuorp
Ciiy, Md. Ary H fS'-n can g( t this receipt for making
honey, and 1 o jn.ie " Wo-t vt t e b.-ney-bee, by writing
-to It. Cre-er, J.i. ?' , West lultnn-.i e street. Balti
more City, i. 1 . ei.vb s.ug ioceuu '-llitekin4ule (Ca)
ATTOHNEY AT 1AW,
A N I
'lir.AL ESTATE AGES
Fal City, Eichardson. Cc."tA?. XcLraska
"i Uiii- irjrmit4iifinj.il to til J won! I.hm-
ii:in;-U-dto his carp m T.i-) ard- .. . :vl a l-ining
c- i ";'" tt.lio Irjuiapnldi-o-S, pre-eii:pl Hn p.-.-V!i,
a: -it' - M13,'5S r.l4-i.i
JOHN W. IIDDLETON, ...
EROTi.vnxE, r;. T.
--A ATI'NOTJK'CnZP that he has just received
f from St.. Louis, with a fresh stock, and has
i- nvwon hand, principally of his on manu
facture, Fine Gents ami Eadlcs Saddles,
Eusrjy and TTagcn Harness,
Of Every Style,
PIKE S PEAK WHIP LASHES,
. PLASTERING HAIR,
A good supply always kept on hand.
V7crh I 'an'ofactnred to Ordr.
CALL AKD ZT.T. TOU YOTJESELVI33.
v r-rownville, April l"l?CO. . " 41-ly
THE -UNION ;
C. t .
PEIULNEMAHA COUNTY, N. T.
XL. "V X' -
nancctgsped i:. t-e!-T :rs-.
respectfully irTito t'jpe: ..t -i.3 - - -
joining eoan-.'"S in brx-!.-, i( -1 2N t'-Z
and Frcmonf ( r,:. r -y, l " C5ul aLj L7:1 :'":,J
etock, consii: . of
Hats, ' . .
And all other articles usually kept in
All of which we will sell on the mostrea
. sonalle terms for '
C.iSH OR PRODUCE.
All are solicited to call: and examine our
We expect to keep a full stock, and 'are
determined to make it the
interest of -
31" i xr m ore
TO DEAL WITH US. ;
We also wish to Purchase
BUSHELS OF CORN,
For' which' we will pay the highest
.1 1 O O.
R. W. FRAME &' CO.
Peru, Feb. ! 1S60.
SEIGEL &' GREENBAUM,
Announce that they have received and opened their
READY-MADE CLO HO.1..-
Hats Caps, ant I Roots & SHoes
. Gentlemen's Under Wear, '
Carpet Sacks, &c, &c.,
Their stock Tarie3 from the
Avery fine stock of
Gratif 1 for past patronage- they hope by future
attention to business, and a determination to please,
in style, quality and prices, to merit not only it con
stant put increased patronage.
GIVE US A CALL.
Brewnville, April 12,1860,.
Capital Stock: 50,000. ;
- ' NEBRASKA CITT, N. T.
rniTIS Company, under a liberalcharter.il now
X fully organized, and theirentirecapitalstock of
a ijty iiovsana Uoltarv, paia in anusecured. They
are prepared, from this date, to grant open policies,
ana taue nsas, upon equal terms, with the most
favored Insurance Company any where. Having
adopted the mutual principle, its patrons, without
incurring any liability, will share in the profits of
tnecoinpany. , .
The operations of the Company, will be confined,
tor the present, to marine, or cargo risks, with a
maiimumliabilityof $12,500 on any one bottom.
eing the only Insurance Office, on theabovo pop
ularplan, West of the Missouri, it confidently ex
pects a generous support from Western Merchants.
We respectfully invite the Missouri Rivor pa
S.F.Nuckolls, Chas. F. Holly,
II.P.Bennet, J. L. Armstrong,
W. .Ilinchrnan, - Miles Wjown,
A. A. radford.
St.Louis Agent Col.W.P.IIoward.
Arril 2d, 1860. 21-
E. II. BERCIIES & CO.,
Oregon, Holt Co., Ho.
The undersigned have long since been convinced
of the want of a first class Nursery in the West,
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, &.C.,
Can be adapted to our cHiraate and soil. In view of
these facts, wo have established one at this place,
and have now in successful cultivaton. which we of
fer for sale at
Wholesale or Retail,
The coming season, a large and well selected stock
suited to tliis climate, of , ; t
Apples, standard and dwarf;
Pears, standard and dwarf ;
. j.. ." Cherries, standard and dwarf :
t . - Currents. ,
S trawbemes oad Blackberries,
Evergreens, Ornamental Trees, and Shrubs,
Greenhouse and Beddirg Plan:?, Ro;es, DaLlias,
To which we would beg leave to call the attention
of tbo people of Western Missouri, Nebraska, Kan
sas and Iowa.
lST'Our terms will be as low as any reliaLle east
ern Nursery. - .
By purchasing of us theexpenseof transportation
from the east can be saved.
All trees and plants are carefully labeled and
packed ia the best tnannf r for any part of the Unit
ed States, for'whioli a charge of the actual cost ecly
will made. No charge will I e inade for the deli
very of packages on btard steatnboa's.
All communications a Mro?sed to the undersigned
will receive prorspt atieutioo. -
--. . . - .e . - r. . Ij. IX. BwiCHCS L CO. v
! LUMBER ! !
:: or fcr Czcih cr
It OCT. rtHTAS,
nnowxniiti; x. t.
c-.r:iao3'ir? latuLcr !?aicr,
Ar ! i- rr- " ' :-1 t f. r ' 'i -
n ' "
ion rs a ? z ul ana r c-
Y'-. : taken the
: . -laud.
esiralla q!-al ;y
;;?, cr ii;
: .' 1 urposes ; deliver
:J T rr. ca l.-c- J r. itm; . '"-j'""-!'
- -Arc c.3f.,l.tws". At tse Kill, for cash, from
CO cents p:r 1C0 feet to SI per iOOfeet.
On lic, say three, six, nine, ot twelve months,
45 cents per 100 feet to S1.25 per 100 feet,
with 10 percent, interest from delivery, notetole
secured by unincumbered real estate.
The lumber will be delivered at any point on the
Missouri River within 0 nuI?sdown stream, at 25
cents per 100 feet in addition to the above prices
when s&2cient amounts are taken to justify the con
struction of a raft. - t
To those wishing lumber, particular attention is
called to these propositions, which cannot fail to
Come with, or send your orders, and th ey shall be
filled without delay.
100,000 feet of Lmiiber on Iiand,
And more making every day.
March 1st, 1860. 6m.
We are prepared to loan Land Warrants of all sizes to
settlers on such time as they may desire long or short
at the nsual rates.
A constant supply of Warrants will be kept on hand
for ealea.i cheap as they can fce benght elsewhere in
Buy of recilar dealer and beware of bogrca warranti.
All warrants cold by us will be guaranteed to be
genuine in every respect and will be cxchingedif de
Being permanently located In -Brownville, we can al
ways be found at the old atand a few doors east of the
LUSHBAUGH & CARSON',
Bankers, and Dealers ia Land Warrants.
LOOK TO YGUn!!rrERI:STS !
STEAM FERRY BOAT,
Brownville, S Nebraska.
To those in the States contemplating going to
the Nebraska and Kansas
The undersigDed desire to say, and in so doing will
cot practice deception;that there are idvantages
Crossing the Missouri river at Brownville,
and outfitting at, and starting from tha t point, not
to be found at any other place on the Missouri Ri
ver. In the first place, on both sides of the river
are large extentsof bottom lands in which grass
makes a much earlierstart than on the uplands, and
is much more abundant, being inexhaustible the
entire season. Here, then, ia a iesirable place to
recruit stock before starting on the Plains. Stock
can alsobepurchasedhere on very favorable term3
1 he Brownville bteam rerryboat,bei:3gthe best
on the River, offers peculiarinducements for cross
ing at this point. It tslarge and commodious; with
powerful machinery, which enables the proprietors
to ferry emigrants and others in the most expedi
We undertake to say that the business men of
Brownville areas well prepared to serve those wish
ing supplies, with a superior quality and on as fav
orable terms as can be found elsewhere. Everything
desirable can be purchased in Brownville, such as
Provisions, tlomicg," Minuig Imple
The Route from Brownville to the Micea i uni
versally admitted by those who have traveled it and
others,to be superior in every respect. Brownville
is about midway between St. Jo. and Omaha. As
to distance, an examination of the map is all that
is necessary to prove to any one that : it is nearer
from nere to the mines than from any other point
on the Missouri. On this route wood and water
abound the entire distance, while on many others
wood has to be huicd for many days.
The foregoing facts are fully and satisfivctorily es
tablishei by the immense travel of last year, and
those who adopt it the present season w! 11 have no
cause to regret having done so. lhereiore
Cross the Missouri River at and start
JOHN CODDINGTON & CO.,
Proprietors Steam Ferry Boat.
The Great Female Pills.
DR. J. P. CREAGEB Is the General Aftent, Whole
sale and retail, tor ur. wheatmg'g celebrated Female
Pills. These Pills are truly valuable for ladies : For
they will restore the monthly courses whew they may
stop from any cause whatever. They never have fail
ed in any case where the directions aronnd the box con
taining the Pills have been strictly followei; indeed.
there is no Case of failure ever come to our knowledge,
uetng purely vegetable they are perfectly sa.fe.
Single boxes, mailed to order postpaid upon receipt
of one dollar, by j.p. creager,
Baltimore City, Maryland.
A liberal discount to druggists. 3 cent pos .age stamps
as good as money.
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Announce to ttielr old customers and the Citizens of
Brownvilleand vicinity, that they have fitted up a new
stand, with all the conveniences that ladies and gentle
men can wish to make them comfortable. Their stand
is on First Street, between Main and Water, where they
are prepared to serve customers with the
Choicest quality of Bread,
Pound, Sponge, Gold, silver, aid every
kind of "Cake,
Butter and Eggs, Picnick crackers,
All kinds of. Summer Beverages,
Confectionaries of the Best Quality, &c-, &c
Tonng ladies and gentlemen will do well to call and
get their fancy heart candy.
Fartiea, Families, and Pick-Xicks
Served on the Shortest Notice.
Cold Lunch at all Hours,
The Farmers of Kemaha and the adjoining counties
will do well to give us a call. We also invite the trav
eling community to do the same. We will accommodate
thorn on the most reasonable terms.
Onr motto i "small profts, quick sales, and keep the
money in the Territory," as we are permanently located
in thia county of Nemaha, Nebraska. :
- Onr experience in catrinir in h t rn:i.nn.
-r Brownville, warrant us la the belief that we will be
me 10 bit enure aatisiaction, and that we w ill receive
a liberal patronage.
Brownville, June 1, 1S60.
The public are now respectfully informed that the
undersigned have procured from Cincinnati and put
in operation one of Ilomeri Co.'s flour mills of the
latest patent, and the first brought to this Territory.
They were induced to- exchange their former mill
for this one, from thehigh character thej have gain
ed in the east, and from the personal testimony of
millers who have tried them throcghoutthe Western
States, and in view of the increased denand for
grinding which will cxeeed that of any previous
yearia Nebraska, requiring a mill that will do the
work better and quicker than any heretofore in ope
In addition to their flour mill they will keep the
Corn Mill constantly runninr. ready at all times to
accommodate the farmers without detention, and by
giving their undivided superintendence to the busi
ness ( assisted by theirformer miller, Mr. Weli3,) they
hepeforthe continuance and increased patronage of
Assorted Lcmbcr. Shinrles and Lath constants on
hand- . CREEN & MARTIN.
Peru Mills, Sept. 1st, 1S59.
UiiiibiiiJ liliii iiJJJ,
NO. IT, 3UIX SIREEi,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
JOSEPH L. ROY-
WLich 13 tlie oldest, most extmsivo and reliible
Merchantile IIouso ia the Upper Country?
Wliere are the best bajgains to be bad in the pur
chase of all kicxl3 cf goods? ...
s 1 1 y ;
Who sells goods at the lowest figure?
"Who outfits Pike's Peakcra with any and every
thing they want at prices equal at lea3t, with Saint
Louts and bt. Josepn .'
Who keeps the choicest quality of goods ?
Where are the latest styles and finest qualities of
i j . x ancy Goods to be found 1
Lime ! Lime ! 1 Lime ! 11
T!l Underti2tl?Vl chmo Vilna liln.'.l -a : :
wet of Brownville, on the road lea ling to Ft. Eei. ce v.
.ivviimin:j on nana a very superior article of
hme, to which he Invites the attention of tbr.se wih-in-
The Lime will te delivered at the kiln or at any
ether pint in thecuny, a desired.
Jtr.r,I0HUlffl . J , LONG.
Who pays the highest market price for all kindd of
country proauce. .
Who doea the exclusive Commission Business in the
- City of Brownville?
Who wholcsalea gooda to the back country ob the
moat advantageous terms 7
Who purchases and ships more countryproduce than
any one else in the npper country I
THEODORE II ILL
Who keeps constantly on hand and for sale the larg
est and best assottment of Uardwaro. ? '
Where do the Ladies find the best assortment of the
latest style Hoops?
i km ' S m iL.
Where do people go to find a complete stock of
, Shoes, Hats and Caps ?
Where will you find all kinds of Caned Fruits,
Oysters, Bottled Liquors of the choicest brands, etc ?
AT TDS0. HULL'S,
Where will those going to the Gold Mines find asu-a-ply
of Picks, Axes, Shoveta, Sluice forks, Ox Yoke's,
Bows, Chains, Bacon, Beans, Sugar, Gunpowder,
Rockers, Coffee, and everything they want ?
AT THEODORE HILL'S
18 00. FRESLH8G0.
Where will Farmers so to tmrchase 'Plows, or sell
Wheat. Cora, Oats Rye, Barley, Potato's, Beans But
ter, Eggs, f-c.
T O HILL'S.
3Tr LT.oy tas rjMi."-'., in t.-.e re tr cf Ms Eart-.l-sLc?
A BATHING ROOM,
For the accoromoJatiuu of tlis who consider clean
lines a virtae.
THE Co-partncr-hiprf Noel, Lake & Emerson,
heretofore exi-tkp: and tran3actir? busine?i at
pAwnvil!e,N. Thunder the name and style cf Noel,
Like & Co., is this cay dissolved by mutual consent.
U. C. Johnson will adjust all unsettled business of
the said firm. JESSE NOEL.
HENRY LAKE, by
Brownville, N. Iay lst,liOi). 43-tf
N E BRAS K A
S. E. .5 J. T. BERKLEY,
AATATOUItCS thit they have cotamenced the
la the City of Brownville. They have both had
many years-experience in Eastern Manufactories,
and natter them3eves th-jy will be able to pieae the
puulic botn in work and prices.
All kinds of repairing promptly attended to.
T. E. & J. B. BERKLEY.
Brownville, 3Iay,3, lSo-D.
IIILES rEAIL DIGGINGS AHEAD
And will produce more gold than any other diggings yet
iscovered, and -
:o EDI j?ir .
City Boot & GI100 Store,
Will make you a superior pair of boots or shoes If you
call or leave your measure, or he will sell you a cheaper
gaiter, a neater shoe, or prairie boot., and lady's fine
gaiters or slippers, cheaper than any other house West
of SI. Louis. Employing .rood workmen, andkeeping a
variety of material and trimmings for home manufac
ture, I hope to receive that liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on me. Give m a call. W.T.DKX.
Brownville July27, 1S59 . n3
J. M. UAiurj
Das Just received
, THE BEST SELECTED
And, perhaps, the
LARGEST STOCK OF DRUGS
Ever brought above St. Joseph,
Wliica he Is opening out in the .
Splendid New Building,
Corner cf Main and First Streets,
His stock consists of the following articles, which he
will sen cheap for cash:
Pure White Lead, Castor Oil,. ;
French Zinck, Cod Liver Oil,
China Zinck, . Sweet Oil,
Red Lead, . Putty,
VenitianRed, , .Glue,
Raw and b't umber, Figs,
Chalk, Linseed Oil.
Cough Candy, Tanner's Oil,
Copal Varnish Costile Scap,
Fancy Soap, Toilet Scap,
Tooth brushes, Litherare.
. . ratentraedicinos, Let.paper
vnne varmrn, Ink,
Steel Pens, Candies,
Gold Pens, Nuts,
Hair oil, &c. &c.
Also, a Splendid AssorlmciiTof
jF o rguTnerleo,
Comprising Lyon's Kafharion, Colotme. Pommade.
genuine ex marrow, bear gTeee, and oils, mu&k and
ewencct all kinds, ar:dof tiie flncbt quality.
If Farmers wish to ship their produce themselves,
wneredo they go 7
If you wish to deal with nccommodating and polite
GO TO THEODORE HILL'S
In short: For anything to eat, drink or wear.
i -a - i. j 1 a - l 1 f 1 1
BROW1TVILLE, N- T.
Brownville, N. T., April 12, 1?69. ly
Foo!cap paper, fancy letter paper, gilt ec'ged notes
and envelopec, clain. far.cy, and e in one el, pen pencil
and pen-holdera, inks of ali kini, inkstand, wafer
Holland Gin, Irish Whlsty, Eorbon WhUir, Gi"zer
Brandy. Cordial, Port Wi.ie, ifa-leira, Wine, White wine
and .Malaga Wine.
3r. JTaun beinjan exporlencM practical Drrgi.-it.liis
patrons mey rest assured that all medlcIe procured
from him aragenaine without fear of miitakca..
SITiysician's Prescriptions attended to at ail hour
both by day and eight.
CASH- IN VA RI ABLY
Brownville, Xsy 24, 13S0 ly.
We Will Purchase Wheat
Ai money U scarce, wa will jay in sr-xids for wheat
C5 cents per bushel ; and for fiour $2,75 per hundred
pounds. Wo villfaraL-h sacks for wheat ad re
crive it, cither at oar .Store in Brownvillo or at
Mclvin'a Mills. . I'.'J. MAIiTIN & CO.
We Have Jitsi Ec:ch:J Our
SPKIInG MD SUjEIER
:J . a
Which, ii the Largtil end vic-S Ccm-Lh
Stock ever cy.rcd in te West, end
vchich v:e will sell ct price j ti
" To give us a Call
They can all be- s.iftetl
in everything they desire froa :
From a 10c LaTm To n 52 0 0 p jarJ
Fancy Silk Dres3 Pattern.
We can Fit Gents in Suits hcz $0 to f 30
Utah and California;
CAN be supplied with Onf V.i at rnprfO'Ientci Lew
Prices. We do not desire to humbt:? nr one, be stale
fact whica we will prove to all giving ui a call.
No Charge for pricing and shorving Goods
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Cutle and" Qucensware3
GSOC E R IE S.
A liars9 Assortment cf
Lest Qualities of
Mill m IMS
Together with a great variety of article! to te-Iloa.i to
mention. Our motto is:-
"Small Profits and Quid; Erfurra."
Co xxx o Ono ! Como 1.UL I !
You may rest assured you'll n:t bo dis
appointed. Needed or IDesired
Can le had al our Store, and cn terms a
favorable as those of any other ' -House
in the West. '
All Kinds of . :-
G0TJI7TRY P20DUE3. .
Will be tatcn in eschars? at current yriees.
Do a Cash, cr Estlinnc fnr
Produce Trade, an.l arc Deter
mined thereby to Give cr Cn
. P. J. I.IARTIII c. CO.,
urownvi.Ie, April l j, iz.i. lUj
yVill ivuste:ijy cn-!.yirirnt t fr-' ai tuff.'?'
th ntyg'x.,djeatU:-trcs.H.s. Aril i:n--;-;i' 'v.
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