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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1864)
VILLE, 1ULU.I'AV sLfT. 1. 1KGI
H, O CAL
LOCAL NOTICES TEN
ANTS A LINE! CASH
siibxriptions due up to the close of
Baltimore, 27. Harper's Ferry dia
patch of last nsght, says ine enemy made
au atteu pt to cross into Maryland to-day
at Wilhamsport, iih two re-imeuts of
. . .t ;.,fitr A Tift n nir.
TRAGEDY IN KANSASS.
Th Lawrence (Kansajs) Trituae c
the 29ih uh. ie a lor-S acccunt of the
murder aod outrage cf a Mrs. Adeline
D;ren, on the erenicj of the 2oth, by a
ufiito. A committee of citizens appoin-
The editor of the Hattford (Conn.)
Press has been shown a new kind of
leather, made from rattiesDabea' slrin
hed l''ht cf feme hours durance, they ted to investigei reported that early on
' t-.piv rPruUed bv Averill the evening cf the 25th idsi., Mrs. Ade-
wnc j m i j
with heavy lets.
New York, 27.
I pecial fays e gentleman arrived in una
citv from (Jecrjzia aw tame by way of
.! - I . . . .
i Echt muat be panl f me FlC? i Alabama, vruii permit too irom utu
m Those who have paid in ad- i Sheramn and reports that the Georgia
v-rir- the Advertiser rniil j s:aie uoverumem atm u..
receive me . . TT GoTt,rcn,enl wln
I Heat with the btate of Ga. authorities
without reference to uouitucracy.
Vahinrton, 27. On Thursday Gen.
Hadmun wuo was soa'h of Revis1 s:a-
was atiatktd several times durinj
the day, tut repulsed the enemy every
At O.wO U Crmuiueu Bs:auii uj
M. C. Perkins is still at wor; taw- . t VPvXx aud left, which after one
line Duren, a widow lady, highly esteem
ed by nil who knew her, was murdered,
nanjlerl and outraged at home, within
sent from California. Tht skina hare
been tanned, and are tu be made up in
to slippers. In color they are brown,
marked with black Rubbed on they are
as smo th as silk and rubbet' backwards
they are very rou;h, the scale? turnicg
up as though the leather had been nick
ed wilh a knike. The skins measure
T J J
torn, and are only
tc Terkins' for your pictures.
l m. ' a? n a at liTfrf ri
i .i ..t ":.u... -ii noou; six ictri iu
j i . c a. r. .t.. k.n delicate and a?ily
I ii u ' . - - - hj valuable on accoutit of their novelty
i noarlv all th community were assembled "n" j
i to hear a phrenofoeical lecture. After
the lecture, hvr daughter returned homt,
ere has been a d
1J tir.oe last Friday.
fcl.ns of 2j cents ! tion
Mures on reasonable terms.
if tiit; cio:i dopcrate tallies ot ihe war
sulied in the enemy v nhdrawin?. lev-
He rr ports the Indian excitement
J on the frontier.
is now in ; rti-r their oead aud wounden oa the
a W. M.dd eiou. the
around" pivin immen
3 hia liUtntrous cuatomors,
my cf the wells in our city have
:!ry. "although we have had conside
Onicial di-patches from Grant, Mead,
at;d Haucock ays, we hold the Wcldon
In a dirpatth da!ed ihree p. m yester
dav, Graiit says our lois on the Weldon
railroad seems to be below the enemy.
On Thursday murning the enemy drove
in Hutler's hue of picket nuard. soon
radifd and drove the enemy back to their
fulllit T IujO. '
NVvvYjrk, 2S. Ilirper's Ferry di-
r.A.tii ol the SJTiit, myt, careful rcon-
in this j tioifai.ce this inornifig derelcps the
Lawrence. Oculist, who ha per
J manv rt nmrkable cures
r lea'.ts in a few days for Omaha, j fact that the rtrbels have withdrawn from
3y tt i the front during the niht. Our cavalry
, , ... 1 . .,, , ,,a ! pu-hed rut and occupied Charleston meet
hurd Co ips, Dentist, is sti.l at the , 1
" ' I in thpfnemy.
grille IIou.-c, where he is prepared 0flini ,n ,,reTaiis tliat Grant's necessi
all kinds of work in his line at low tieg recall Early to Richmond,
rates, and equMl to any eastern work, j St Louis. S3. Steamer Thomas Scutt,
' . j Orleans 20;h, reports when passing Mo-
j bile IJjy ltrarn' d our land force hud plan
l n.-d b.mu-ries wiiiua three hundaed yards'
Ciuciunati, 23. Gen Heintzlman is
sued otdt-rs prohibiting railrcsd expres
and other forwarding companies from
trampoMiCo re arni3' amunition of any
kind within Indiana, Illinois, Ohio or
Michigan, for the next sixty daj'e, with
out a permission from headquarters.
Also prohibiting; dealers in these arti
cles felling; within that time.
Ya?hi:igton, 28. dispatches from
I Grant s au-i that Iucnnv.'i:d papers ot th
7:h, annouriCes that ton .Morgan is in
found the larup still burning, saw blood on
he fljor, but did not find her mother.
She gave the alarm, and the neighbors
soon found the body, the skul broken in
three places, and the head nearly sever
ed from the body. Appearances plainly
indicated that the body was ravished after
the murde had been committed. A cor
oner's inquest was hld, which resulted
in a vt-rdictihat the deceased came toher
death by violence, which was iullicted by
an axe in the hand of some person or
A negro Dmed warren had been seen
coing" towards the house about eight or
nine o'clock. He was arrested, and in
terror confessed that he went to the house,
fouxd her alone, atrurk her with an axe
cn the head outraged her, examined the
house for money, and was about to leave,
when ht rose up and went ont of doors,
lie followed her aud toon killed her.
The negro was tried by a committee
of citizen?, fnund guilty and executed lm-mediattly.
THE II GRACE WATERS MODEliN
tilPaOVKD OVERSTRUNG BASS
pull men rxiAi.n; piaiios
are bnilt of the best tnd most HsnrongMy eot!J ma
terU', nd will tluid nr c.mi. Tt toce i very
deep, roanJ, full. nl mellow; u. touch laii)c
K-h Tmto w arrfiteU fur Bv jeam. rrics ruai 12S
"Tbe Horaix-v Water PUao are kao2 itnonj the
err bet." Ewngelut.
'We can at their merita frcB peraoaal koowi
ed?e." Chiutian Inlt'ligencer.
Wief' l'ixn. audMei"iiea4Cbxl!enTscTBPMrisoa
with ihe floeat ma1e aDrwhere." Home Jnzm1.
I $190 OCTAVO PlAIiOS. of dier
! eii uiiker, tor &i9.t: do.. vi:b caret !t-ga. 9iOO,
i1!15 anl H'MO. SecotKl-haml Pjanoa and MeivieniM at
2i. U, $50, $0, $75, $1M, $11, $125, $laO, anU
The Democrats of this city, which is
the political barometer of the State, are
: aving a devil cf a lime among; them
selves. They are Cabling: like a bag
full cf dog's and cats, and if they only
;eep on, nothing- will be found but tee;h
tails and -bar. Jhey are going: to
send two delegations to the Chicago Con
vention, a double-larrtled delegation in
fact, one to fire oirCjaserraiism and the
other Claybankisin. but if the indications
hold good the probability is they will
fire at each other, and then evyrbody
will laugh. St. Louis Correspondence
?t rar-pirnd at Wm. T. Den's Grct
ern Omfntinp House a larn Mock
. rir.ts, Domestics and Hickory latest
ry, Laey's Cloaks latest mod"e-de--s.
Hoops Sirts at 7uc.
"avorable comments may be heard on
-y hand of the neatness finish and dura-
o: me work manuiaciuru hiui soiu
Middteton, comer of Main and
The Richmnnd papers generally con
cede that the fall of Fort Morgan is now
only a quttion of time. The Exaniner
of Aug. 10 says:
Mobil exists no lotiger as a pert of
entry Hitherto, once in a while, a vessel
would flip in there. There is now an
end of all that. The telegraph further in
forms us that the people ofMobile do not
blame the naval officers for any thing
that his befallen. Nothing is said as to
their opinions regarding the military
Had any seer or prophet told us at the
commeijcrnent of this war that a Yankee
army would have sat domn before At
lanta and cperaied the railroad securely
and continuously from Louisville to
Knoxville and from Knoxvilie to Etowah
and in sight of Atlanta, he whold have
h-en tret'd ai.1i more derision than was
Casuin iru of Tr. y. B.u J.e humiliating
OF NEW AND WELL SELECTED
: n y
he Nemaha county Union Central
.mittee will please me vt in Brown
, on Saturday, September 3J.
y order of Chairman,
T. R. ITS HER, Soc'y.
! -J'.!i, announces tna; ton morgan is w ; fac, sUres Uj 1;J lhe jace Sherman is
j jr po-v..ion. Not Mated whether the j djly .rr hiS bided cars through the
I fort -urrenJered or was blown up. i (;,,,,, ,t Var,,,,i , Tonnaccoo onH
Another dispatch gives the; following jargH porti,n of Georgia, with the sam
extracts from the Iticitmaud Examiner of 5afetv ancj in?unitv a3 thev are run
report in circulation this j
ning U.at the Cnicngo
sufceedjed. on ihe evering of the
, in rioniinatirg MtCIellen, f-r Tre
, and Geo. II. Pendleton, for Vice
the dxv before:
i Yesterday Tort Morgan was in pos
session cf the enemy, whether blown up
or evacuated not knowo.
Sher.dm in a dispatch dated yesterday
.. iu. reports th enemy lft my front
last ni?ht. falling back tu i-'mithheld or
'. he Nebraska Delegation to Chicago
e not admitted in the Convention.
Thry engaged rocms in ih.e Mine rocm
h Morton's old friend. Yallanding--ti,
b-.for-nnriioi; from Nf-lraka.
A. D. Marth ie i:ow prepared to sup-
country with th
Novels and Period icils of every -
icrijiion. All kiuds of Stationery
nitantly on hand. T. O.
ay. we captured one nunurea
prisoner yesterday, inflicted los of one
hundred and fifty killfd and wounded,
been few funis across the river, by cav-
itry at u imam-part. ro- strengtn
ahown. Inlicaiions to day show they
will fall bac!i t.ut of the valler.
Washintou, 2S. Special from tbp
army cf the Putc!iac. did y-e.rd.y,
scv a nortion of the Weldcn ra.lroad
; wis LMpiure'l by the rebels on Thursday.
: La-'ei:i--nt extends lro:n Reams &tstiou
j about tiiree miles on the Northward
road betn prevj uily str yeJ, it cannot
Le any ve to the rnaniy while v con
(int.e to ii;id the pu:ti.;n North anJ be
iween that and Petersburg.
through the States cf Yankeedom.
Atlanta Register, July 23.
The nnval disaster at Mobile un
questionably an uuplerant affair, and we
tear will tend io fix inertidicably in the
public mind ihe idea, already widely en
tertained, than our irondad nivy is fore
doomed each ship, when b.iilt, either
to be captured, blo.vn up by our own pio
pie or strnuded. The subsequent surren
der cf a fortress in the same quarter, as
as cf the defences of Charleston, ample,
time arid unsiitrted resorcos could mk
it, fills all hearts with a d;;ep and lacerat
ing gnef and a rankling spirit ol taiig
nantiou Richmond Whij, Augui: 12.
"u:ikiudrt cut" that Eni
Pcived from its haudi.
Charirari has the
aiid has ever
It is entitled
Eig'and's Ciockeit. The English lion,
vvun the royal crowd upon his head, with
La xt. Position set-tirely in o ir pis- j the mo-t subdued expression, is marching
Atkin-on Co., will receive next wee
eir full stock of Goods, and wil
e si.;e tl.tap for rush. They sell
ttvr quclry cf goods and cheaper than ! fur their wounded
sessiiiu. L,vry.ning quiet along tue en
ure front. Last account skirmisning and
pi- kvd ii ing oc-asionally. B th n;ds
ei-gaLrd bufyiiig meir dead, and caring
y other firm. This we know from ex
fierce. Call and examine their stock.
ocr-rss has been in nil aces considered
?stof nt i.hy, viewing it thu,
rr,fuiiy call the attention of our
ders to th fact that MLaLghlin ii.
tc. In re been forced by their large
? to rnew their stack eleven times
iViic l t- t . 1 1 1 o r nl.ili.
larre nuantiiies cf froods at
r,. . i ...
New York, 29. Tribune's rpecial
sums up the results of the fighting on the
Weldoa read as fellow?;
First, the enemy successful after re
pealed and itnpetiiuu as:aults, cornpel
iiiirr the a band mmeni by our forces of
Riiir.uJ Lclow Ream's station.
Seeond, although attacking in vastly
upricr numbers, they received a bloody
rep ilie in three succstve mstances.
in the third, his lo-s in killed and
wounded must have exceeded ours by
twice the number.
into i:s den, peduced io a nere dog ken
nel, while a military figure, representing
the holy alliance of Rrisiia, Austria and
Prussia, v. hip in hand, stands ever him.
This print is a most capital picture of the
public opinion of France pst now wilh
regard to lingland on the Danish question.
Just received at
JOHN A. PONN'S
DRY GOODS AND GCOCERI STOKE.
The Latest Style of Ladies
Fancy Dres3 Goods,
Summer Shawls, Hats, etc., etc.
Dry Goods, Groceri-s,
Hats. Caps. Boots, Shoes,
Iron, Nails, Flour Bacon,
Queens ware, Hardware,
Furniture, Sash Doors,
Window Glass, etc., etc., etc
Which to will Sell
CHEAP FOR. CASH!!
Call and exsmir.e his stock before purchasing else
where. BrownviPe, Jun 23tb, 'tti. niJ-vS-ylj
M'LAUG-HL IN & SWAN,
WOUI.P BESPECTFTTLLT ANXOrXCE TO TIlEIIS
friends and ILc public generally, lbt they have ju
received a f-cjxrior lot of Family Grorert.s, and iuvU
tttc alUeuiion of )urcha?ere to their kiotk iuclucliug
NEW ORLEANS SPG All,
rutMP: RIO COFFEE,
VDLMi HV.-OX TEX,
ULACt Ik. A.
RICK, SaHO, 5PICE PE?Ptt CLOTES. CTXXAsiOX
COVE OYSTKR3. RytlSlXS, CURRANTS, SrARCil,
SOKP, FUUE iODA, DE SAUBRA.TCS, &.C.
FI-H IIAC2JE2AL, TZITE' FISH,
LAX IE, JUI, HELIItG, ZILLD.
n profits tlse, why
Go to W. P. PorLi'ns
?diatt!y, and we warrant you a No.
ture in any style you may desire.
OntheSSih cf May, 1SG1, scarcely
two months nfter the firing upon Sump
ter, the Richmond iruVsaid of the Nor-
j thern p"op!:
4,e tint brin?- thee enfranchised
f-laves back to their tru condition. Thev
have lou very properiv looked unon
our sens; tneir men, niyartiy lives,
their low, vulvar and sordid occupations,
have ground this conviction into them."
Then, after ipeaktn of the Northern
determination to put down the rebellion,
and saying that "their uprising has all
ihe characteristics of a ferocious, servile
beauty is a ioy for life
bn you have a child, whose weet
cem ftaares you would preserve in
reshnessa sweet-heart, whosr look.
witchinp before marriage, you would j themselvos as our social inferiors
srre-a sij'.er or relation whom vou our serIs; iheT men n'??1'
to see vrhn far nwav or a likeness
a little more thac a week the Fall
. of the TuMic School will commence
ownviile. Mr. O. B. Heweu ha8
nted to take charge of the School
iasurnpciion." the fditof" concludes that
the war "will enable us to restore them
to their rormal condition o! vassalage,
and teach them that 'cap in hand' is tlj
proper attitude of tha servant before hit
.each the more advanced .ih..t ' And with "can in hand' the whol
rm of throe months. The JunVp V I CrTerhead party now stand befor their
cr-?.r,i.r i ' c,asiU rs T?i y to d o the i r bid d ing ! The
.e scliclar, having graduated in p,,,. i rnn,i r u tt-l u
n it tt l ' eil!ark of the llhig are perhaps enure-
i Unlege. He ha. had much expe- ly just, when applied to this class of our
:e in teaching, and, from what we Pe"p'e. for they have ever been slaves to
i heard always gave n-eneral satifac- I h f131"''' anf the pny has been the
' 65 I Tarsal . c .1 . c- '
One or more Female Teachcrs
be employed ta take charg-e cf the
j Tsial of the South.
are tnormed that GdorH R, W
P'un, frovost Marshal of the Sev-
Hear what a practical farmer says on
the subject of keeping Tires on Wheels;
"I ironed a wagon some years ag-o,
for my own use, and before putting on the
tires I filled fellies, with linseed oil as
follows, and th-.; tires have worne out and
were never looe. I. ironed a buggy for
my own u?e seven years ago, and the tires
rre as tight as when put on. My method
f iillmg the fellies with oil is as follows:
I use a long cat iron oil heater, made
for the purpus3; ihe oil is brought to a
boiling heat, th-; wheel is brought on a
stick, o as to han in the oil, each felly
an hour, for a common size felly. The
timber should be dry. aa green, will not
take oil. Care should be taken that the
oil be not made hotter than boiling heat
in order that the timber be not burnt.
Timber filled with oil is no: susceptible
to water, and the wood is more durable.
I was amuaed some years ago when I
told a hlackim-th how to kep tires tiyht
on wheels, by hit telling me it wa a
profitable busings to tighten tires, nnd
the wagon makt r will say it n profitable
to him to make and repair wheel but
what will the farmer say, who supports
the wheel wright and smith.
Molasses, Coal Oil, Cider Vinegar
XATCRAT. LAF CTTEWIVa TOBACCO. COLDEX
i EaF AXDOTHKr. CHOICE BRAN'DS
fin err Cavendish killie-
Xifi. SMOKING. COM
Cigars ortiie Eest Brands In Ine
THE PROPOSED BUFFALO CON-'
V'e notice that a movement been set
on fcot in Butler cotimv, Uhio, with a
view to calling an n.LnA
:noons.iz,dfrom a saloon keeper j tu-h ReS ' b' imposed of
errA 1 J"-n iiepuiutcans as disarrrnv nf 1r
erre Haute, who is a prominent I Linculn'I rnur,- f.r.t 4p
er of ihe Sons of Liberty " f fiv- m.culn C?U xJorJlhe Purpose oc se-IfP-r.
' A-ioeny, r.ti- curing tnotLer candidate for .k
Sucu a movement will
SlWCTLA ErFECT Or ScrDEN ElEC-
tric Light. During the thunder
shower on Monday evening of last week,
Mr. Tbi-mas Reece wect to the door of
his residence, jn Wilkesbarre. Pa. just
as the lightning struck a tree a few yards
diatant. Across a small alley a vine
bearing a small flower run up the side
of the house of Mr. Knipple. Mr. Reece
was iii his si i:t sleeves, and in the mor
ninj branches of the vine were found to
be distinctly traced in green on his right
sleeve. From the elt'osr up, several
tranches and a leaf are clearly to be
seen. Mr. Reece came into our office
on Wednesday when the color was till
fresh on his sleeve. WilkesbarTa Times.
cnESTxrrs, almoxd3 pecaxs. filbeuts, pea-
A Splendid Assortment of Stick and
Fancy Candy froxn the Best Manufac
tories in the East.
ricxir, Bacon, Butter, Tggs See,
The Highest Market Prices Paid for"
MCLAUGHLIN' & SWAN,
Nemaha Valley Baxk. Buileixg.
Browuville. J3. U. 2S4 TigQvS-JgO tIt.
Regular Meetirgs rf tbe St. Pcrnin Council U.
L. A. No. 17. arc beld at A.. J. Eitter' Store, or
Saturday Erenitof each week. All members aie
requtctcd to attend.
By Ord?r cf Conneil.
The fditor of the Canada Farmer says
n Mir. ' r - - -
t ,1,-, ! C0Scceral .I,aror' Ci'en niong ReruLli- i It furnishes two elements of plant food
and no doubt Jpitin. I Vr. t : j . ne policy ; lime ana suipner, ana also rues tne a.37-
" - - - ! i . nrr. , ri i.ni iviri'Tn ii. 1 - .t 1 i.a
. ... t tie reason ifc monia or ine aimorner. ana nusrjiir.u"
i"inainin'T fllieen tiumlrr! .
Js of nma. ...i"- 1. 1 j 1 i '"J
oJf , uitu iiaa ocen pur-;
me ue ot members
- a 1 1 -
- I man wiih whom to beat the Copperhead
Pacific Coast TeWrarii from Poy-
; rancis'o iii n!-ort ' . ' " ' m the spsns r.f fne noii'iler iU
-ton TerrKor H n fT 4000 ilid cf moVning o evenin, is
?IJm far .a Olympic i iv M 5 1 f""' i h may stick. It should not.
P jWtldoo Railroad. I however, be applied in rany weather.
fur future use of the plants. It acts
chieCv throu?h the leaves of the nlanti tn
. .. . ' e i i j ru'vnr i -rc-T.
h:ch it ,3 arp;ied.and should be scatter i ?AL DtV ftaSaar. if! V.
For Rats, Mice, Ronches Anis, Bed
Bugs, Moths in Furs, Woolens, Sec, In
sects on Plants, Fowls, Animal, &.c.
Put spin Island SI JO Boxef.Bo ties, and Flak
$2 and f i dim? f,r Hotel. Public Ianitmijas, &. e
"Only infallible rem-dica knowu."
"Free FrOna .iDS.'
f Not djnjrerou to tae Ilamaa Fanaf j
"RiU corae out of their hules to die."
I" Sold Wholesale in all larw pi?ie.
Si.ld brail irn?5tarfd KeraileM everywhere
j'I 1 BkwaRK 111 r.t ntt wf.Ttlile infii tat ions.
See tl,at 4,lV-TiiKg' niffi! i? 03 each Box,
Bottle, acd rliik. before yoa buy.
The Horace Waters Ie!odeons and liar
Tuned tbe EqnsI Teniperament wilh ttje Patent DiTidetl
Swell. Price from $55 to $300. AlfeXAHder Or
g :rs from t-M to $5U).
JA libera! d!coi'Jit to Clermen, Churcbes Sab
bai b Scb.'n, Ludes, "!.nrie. autl Teadir. 11 Oil
ACE WATKlta, As'l, So. 451 B.'.a1wy, K. X.
The Day School Cell.
40 OOOwpl" isnel. A ;r.citis B.pk rSchoola
and Seuiiuaria, called tbe luy feiivol Bil. is now
readr. Itc.nliins aiOJt lu buutintl choice wngi.
ronids, catcbes, duel, trios, qurtettf. and cboriJes.
niany of them written exp'-'ss'J tr thirork, besides
3 paces of the E lenient ol AIuaic, wbicb are tj aad
Amou tbe larse nnmber of beautiful piece nny t-e
foiled, "-Uncle Rm' Ni-hocl," l)in't you hea- tLe
cbtidren cointag." '-Alwrj on tLe uny cide."
"Tbe Utile lata. ' and "Little Lad." -oh, if I were a
little bird," ' liird of bau;y." Prettr pear tree."
"Anvil Cborna," Meet me tr the runn:n broi.k."
A-c. It ia oti)piled by Horace Waters, actbor of 4 Sb
ba'bSchool Uali," X-, 1 aitd 2. WLicb bare hm4 tbe
enormous le of EC5 0C0 copies. Prices vier coTer.
Socecis. $20 per 100; bjond S3 cents. ib vkt lihi;
cioih bocn't, emboored tilt, 40 cents, $35 per Land red.
25 copies turui?lied ai tbe one bundred prtte. Maited
at tbe reuil price.
Sabbath School Cell No. 1,
contina 144 papas, and nearly tw b"nired tonen and
bytnn. nd is tbe nut popular S. S Book ever lsned
A im.ne tbe niot popular pieces are, ' K.iud Words, "
men Above." "Cbrtsttan Uero," Beaaiif ul Xmnt"
"I ouatit to love. !iber." The Ansein tuld r.eso'
In tbe LiKCi.' et tor lit Wear." tu. Prices
paper o vers, 21 ct. each. $15 per hundred; bound,
25 ct. each, $23 per bniulred ; cloih bound, embosaed
gilt, tu eta.., $IZ per bundl ed. ,
Sabbath School Del! 7To.2,
It air entire new work of 132 aagea, and nearly T2S tune
aid hymns, as the mriM- in a little more diClcult it
U jut toe book to follow Be!l Ko. I. Nearly oneinil
lionof these Bells have beeniced. and are now rins
ing tbrougb thi4 and or her countries. Amonz tbe
many choice pieces may be f' uod, iua!l we meet b
yond tbe river ? Tbere ia a teaniiful world. Sorrow
shall ccrn agiin no more. Dun't you bear tbe Ansel
comniK? Thou, God. est nie. Sibbatb Bells cbime
on, A-c Prices of Bell No. S are the same as Bell No.
1. Both numbers be obtained ib one volume.
Price, bound cofy, 40 cents, $35 per hundred; cloth
bound, embossed Filt, 60 ctt., $46 per bundled. 25
copies furnished at tbe oue tacdreJ price. Mailed at
tbe retail price.
Waters' Choral Harp.
A new Sunday School Book, of 160 pane's of beautiful
hvnnis and tunes. It containe nuriy peui-, such as
Shall we know each other tbere; Suffer little children
to cc me unto Me; Tbe beautiful snore; Oh, 'ti glori
ous; Leave me with my mother ; He leietn me beside
still waters, &c. Price paer covers. S cents; $13
per bundred; bound 35 cents. $20 per hundred; clota
bound, embossed guilt, 25 ceau, $30 per hundred
Mailed at the retail price. It is edited by Horace Wa
ters, author of Sunday School Bells Nos. 1 and 2, which
bave bad tbe enormous sales of over eisht thousand
copies. Just published by HO SAGE WATUS,No. 431
Broadway, New York.
The New Patriotic Sons Book
contains 96 pases of ecwi. daers and choruses, both ta
cred ai'd secular, includiud 14 pges of prayers for sUi
and dyn.g soldiers, and a-jldiers' Scripture Manual.
It is well suited for social sinsinz, well as Sabbotli
worship. Am. ns she masy beat.tiful pieces u) be
fmr.id, Whre liberty dwells is wy country ; TlieCurls
tlanbero, TUree cheer-! f jr our banner; Cirne s n to
meofheavu; Columbi.i. the rem of 'beoceau ; Fiee
cian's gathering; Cohimbu'a Kica forevcf ; Marching
along, &c. Prices paper covert, licenU, Ufr bun
dred. Mailed at tbe retail price
The Iiar. ol Freedom
containa 32 paces of soups, due! a and choruses, for Free
C-jiu. Among tbe ch ice pieces we would name, 'air
freedom's m-ni ; a let my people gi; 0t tbe moun
tain ; Tiier worked me all tbe l y. k.c. Price 5 cents
smile. 69 cents perdozeu, (3 per huudred; p&stad 1
Knth: A-Sacred ran1aa.
contains 126 p.e-e. Words b- Rev. Siduer Dyer, tnnlc
by Prof. Cull. This is an excellent lHn,k for co'u-ert
fcr ibyoiiue. Price paper c ivera, 20 cents; $16 per
buadi ed; bound 25 centf jiO per bca Ired.
1B5G! SSTBLISHTD ! 1S5C!
The Revival .Mtiir Dfok.
contals73 paes'of t'.mes and hymns, designed for re
vival, prayer, and conierence meeting. Trice iu paper
covers, single copies. 10 cents; $S -per hundred.
Mailed at tbe retail price.
WLL T. DEN,
"WOITLD mort reirtfully Invi'e tbepuMic Bese"""
tocIl aixl esaiuine his Si.k cf Merchsni e sefre
inaii:lt: tLcir purdiarss eUeire, as Jhey will thereby
SAVE THEIR MONEY.
MOTTO "SMALL moriTS, QCICZ SALI3," BUT
Stock consists of Drv-Goods. Stanle
j and Fancy Groceries, Clothinrj. Boots
and Shoes, Hats and Caps, rurniture.
Doors and Sash, Siovcs and Tinware.
Queen ware. Hardware. Cutlery, Iron
and Nails, Glass and Putty, Oil and
Paints, Drus and Dye-Stuffs, &.c, &.c.
Has a larre assertaient of fancy Drea Goods. Ldy
fancy Dt iud Buccrt. ThiMren aud Misaes 'ncy
Hats, Noil-irii. Giavc aiid Hjiery, Ujop Stirts, Jtc.,
i At Low Kizures.
A Full Assortment of Gert'a end B--ys Snmmer
Clolbii.g, Fancy SLirla, Under Ciotbia, you wi.l Had at
Cheaper than at "any oiher House ia iotto.
STAPLE AND FANSY QRGSS31ES
At DSN'S., bt keeps a full aasoUnieut oa baud.
D E K-'S
Cblcaco and St. Louis Custom Made
Soots and Shoes, and Ladies'
re tbe Best in the Market and
D E K
SELLS THEM CHEAP, MIND
THAT, AS YOU GO ALONG!
CDEArEST COOIIXG A XT) PARLOa
Of Latest Paterns you OsJ at
Cheaper thin at any otber House ia Brownvllle.
D E N
Hs a large asortuien: of TlX-WARS. LAHGK CTT
TLF.S, nEAVT S"HKEr 1EON', H(lLLlW-WARZ,
SrOVE-PirE and KLtioWS, tnatbe will sot be tutder-
HIDES, FELTS & FUES,
DX pays tbe Die bos; Cash Price.
A full Assortment of
Returns bis thanks to tbe Public for ptt favcrs, and
by strict attention td" Business hopes to merl'. that lib
eral palronaze bestowsd on bim heretofore.
TT3I. t. nrr:.
STOVT3 a:t iz-r-w:
- - - v
The Atbenat-um Collection
conta'n oeiweea fonrand five hundred p!;e' of tones
and bynms. new and o'd. or the choicest kinds, for
cbnrch. Sanday school, revival. miMonary, tempc-ran'-e
prayer and conference, and all binds cf racred and so
cial meeting. The music in ttiis N-.k has life und an
imation in ii, like SbiDine Shore, Rest for the weary,
Shall we kn w each other there ? bhall we meet bey-.nd
the river ; There is a fceantirul world; Kind word-;
Sweet hour of prayer ; There is a Und of love; SufJer
little chiidreu to come unto'nie; Kt save tbe Xti.ii,
etc. Prices single copies, b.iuud 5J teats; $!5 per
nundred; cloth bound. enilxsed eilt, 6 cents; 65 per
hundred. Alai.ed at the retail price. TIORACS WA
TERS. 431 Uioadway, Xe Tourk, Puoli.Ler of tbe
Vocal 3iasic, tvitL Piano Accompanimpnt.
A larpe asrtment of new n? popular sonjr, ballads
duets, quartetts, and cho. ueo, t'ied daiiv. Ainnne
tie must popuUr are. Si.!! we know each other there.
Lnwreys Why have my l ived ones fne ; I was be true
t tbe; Oh, there' nt such girl a mine, by Foster;
Mother' love is true; Sweet love, forget me not. &. .
hy Keller, 25 cents ech; I hear Nweet voices tiuc.uz;
l( Die is home; Forget U you can. but torsive, by
Thomas. 30 cents each.
Instrumental Alibis for th Ciatv Forte tv"e are
coming Father Abra'am, fix hundred thousand more ;
Always io.k on the sunny side; Shall we kuow e.icb
otner there? itc,, witb brilliant variations by Grub,
Polkas. Waltzes, afarcbes, Qnickstp. QTiarfrll'-s, I
&.c. bv liooular authora. Ail kiuis of Siniruii: ad In- I
si ruction otxiks. Cataloguer, niai'edf rce to acy at!die
llusic mailed at tbe above prices.
Waters' Chrap 32unic for the Million,
Arrjnsed as soloes, d-iets. Qnartetts and choruses, for
musical societies, choirs, Sunday schools, pnb!iccb"!ii
seminaries, etc. Shall we know e'h o'he--there?
lon't you hear the ancel. coming ? Shall wemeet be
yond the river-? Be iu time; There is a bHutiful
vorld; Where libei ty uwel is my country ; Fieedm.
truth and richt ; We are ewu:r.e Father Abra'ara. mi
bnndred tbousaudnure ; There is a land ol Kv; ft.,
row shall o-uie acain no more ; Heavenly home ; C-rae
unit lo me of Eeaven ; Laud in sieht ; We will-love our
Suudiy School ; t)ur God is marching on; rilfaethe
Nution; Whittier's son? of the Planati n Nc?."; Fair
Freedom's Morn ba dawned at Ian; Over ti e moun
tain; Over the mountain ; Little Ella' sd an;e! ; Wil
lie's Rone to Heaven ; Suffer little children to come
nntcme; Bury me in the morning, Mother; Come to
thy rest; Sweet hour of Prayer, he. Trice 3 cent. 30
ceuta per dox., $2 per bundred ; poetage 1 cert each.
In sheet form, with Piano accompaniment, 25 cents.
Published by HORACE WATFR3, Az't,
A"o. 461 Broaoway. X. X-
This boat is now bcic rsn nader tij inperfntta-
YTho will Lite ere that there shail he to complain:
as to the Doit5 Ciosiaz KcguUrl v
At ail Honrs of the Dcy ! !
Emigrants to tlie Mines
"vTill find this an excellent porr.t for cros'.ng t h
Einirrants from St. Joeph and all pdnt Est of
bere, even if tbey th uid wish to go by Ihe Xebraka
City Route wilt flud it as near to rroa at this point,
and the roads are better on the West ue of the klii
sourl River than or tht a1. Aud
Can be bnurrt bere cheaper Uiaa at anyo'.bir point
ia te Territory.
Kansas to icwa cr frca Icita lo Kansas
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SAL DIES, IIAr.NTSS. BRIDLES'
COLLARS, WHIPS, LASHES, .ET3,
CURRV COilUS, CAUDS,
CSUSHES, CAUUIAGE TIIlMilINC3,
A5D A VARIETY OF EVERY TULN'O
Z2T 2Ir Tricci Shall be in Accordance
with the TI3IES
By Strict Attention to Business I Expect
a Continuation of the Liberal Patronage
Heretofore Bestowed by L Generous Public.
Repairing cf an Kinds Executed
casu taid roi: niDCS.
1. W. illDDLETOS
Aaa-ustS9, 1SS3. B7-ly
W II CUE DID YOU GET THOSE
STEW GOODS P
J. BERRY & GO'S.,"
TttWERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IS
J. BERRY Si CO,,
Have jut received, ana ar tstt cpe'i'ns;. at
itaad on atain street, one of txe lar?et '.ck oftbelr
Ii?" by All WholesIa and Retail Dni-isU
- HwnviUe. Vehralia.
T1CPEBIAU. Gunpowder. Toan2 Hyson and Black
' Tea f uperir quality.
' . At LIcIanctC:n !t Swan'a
Will find this tbe most
direct pot at to cross at
Brownrille, Kebraaka, April U,1P4. t32Sai
rrer cr;rcd In ttu narket. Ketaeiaber the pU?
J. BERRY & 00.3,
224in Strv'.:. ll:-jx:r. .. .
Returns thack ' r '. Ti'r'-?v" " -
to law, auid pi"vii. i. . . . . ;-' ill 'rit, ..
QUANV: TV CiT QI ALL
TTavirj IniJ ir t. . -..'.; ac': L'V
ri.-se r f tLir'y er rr. . ?V. , t '
mho Lave u. In j i c i r ; t
ilr rt ti ar i: -'
ej fnm J!l.o'i ir-. Li.h : l
tbe beat ima Qvw Lao a.
THE LATE AND ITOMD I .' :
HucTit's Fccrlcss, ricvatf..
Superior, Coldcc Hi
- - -
EE FTRT1IER CALTJ THE ATTCT:. .
TO HIS LARGE STOCR OF
HEAVY SHEET 1R0T.V
for srnAU TJorr.nr.s: flo m
LARGE CAST lUO?i IICTTLL
fROU 10 10 Si GALLJ.N5.
A VARIETY OF .?
LAHD AND COAL OIL LAul?.
Of Kew and Beautl'isl Pa'tern- 7 -Tr; f
Blial, tc. h.. C-n'pi-r. uit SLsi
lren Wire. Lan'ern. Sn ui
tad JaMimed Ware.
A LARGE QrTTT 0T
Tia.Stoue Jt G!i-"Nr;f-S r tutcl'mi: Ta .
VERY NirE AND CON V';N!fcNT fO'J
TE0SE PESn'JX-, TO PUT
cr rr.vi r t
A I.ARCT OT'.ST-TT uf
lOTiTtO wlr ,
of every LL.sLiAL.'.:: ai.;l;l.
THE ATTENTION ZV
is uiuiECTt tj j :.:
COOKING SKILL!-' I tVl
Tie 1' p-eared lo pui
all 'fe wrk .,f hi- I
a workiiifilikn oianii
r ' ' -
FASTEST no n
TV est of the Mi?uri Ri vr. a.-. !
to re?rci;ible parti'-ii at ra?oi . n:
A LARGS COLHHZj '..
XZornos I2oar r"
the Laj, Week cr JJotjta t.a re- t;
First Street between Main ar.J A
March 31t. 134.
COAL OIL. bet n isH'y cu jdesd Ca.6u . .. i. .
cuiuincs aad W :. k-t
At itLn;!i;iui. S i:'. .
cash paid ror. cons : : i
"Tl fm r's"" fmi: "T
WANTD. bv J. V. llu-s, w!j , ii n. - u;
Brownv, Tie al Perc. ITe i- r-'nz f e i it
prite uislt. b in; )uurC-rt ui le .!.e pi
up rt prtiml.'- eriTUre of J. X.
orJ.W (.inj'.w, U.uwnvil'.e.
aiay 19.b. ISCi. i Sl v-tf
choice nauonSa ;
Wholesale and F.ctali .
rJ J. a r.r j: Z-...-; ' 14 -t 7" r , .
Has Joit r.rfivei tbe li : .-"1 ' :
L'quors acd ticrvr i ff:rt 1 ii r i i.'
will se:j tbtfta a luw as alt Uvae us T
Main Street, Tr y.
I!lA RabV-T n .ra. D. t ; .
Ceuib . WjiKler P e a: i . ,
Wallet, Fiib duwks and u i , .'.
At JirL.j-i ':
A Larp aTrtmer.t of yr-.x:
etc. etc., cuu t.jen
At ZI -
SAIIRATII SCI!, : .
75,000 Copi-s -, . '
It i: an entire .New V
Many of the Tomc au re w.i;---
prcilj fur this Toiut&j. i. .'1.; - " - ?
s its pre.IecttUvr, . i.vlj -..! .-, ,L r3r, v- .
th eoonnoai naai'ixrtf i" et8 i..
ouWripnipj atv .vivr.' ., C'' it - ?
sued in tbtseoontrj. Ali, '!') v w.-'f
inee fro aeeMjatThi tt? f -'U'ls -.TiiSii, . .u j
form. IVicea of Le;: o. 2 p yrr fto . ;
$12 per IPO. :r.i. -tjs rc t. ,
1, paper covers 12 ceiv.-. t 0. yer I1'-'. . i .
eeaU, J18 per 10D. C i'.i boaui cu;V., ;
C9nts,t20 per 101. os. I acd - ac' . ""
getber 40eenU,t33 per hjrjrcj. 2i -.j.i
Dished at the lud prie. CL.tri hon--1 rrr. -gin,
WcentSii.) per lvJ. HaII pveiJ t i
L'ORACE WATERS. P.-V ;:er,
41-17 Xa.iZl LroiJTa7,2'c Ytrr,
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