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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1866)
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r,:.ov;xvi!.i.::,TitT.Hi)AYt n oct., wa
asoi: i5ade odious i
G.uLty, lut Only to Reduce the
7h; t:i:-:r.ft es far an re can learn,
tn:cia!iy, foot up Itepublican majori-
l.tfatetif. . ,. 34
AVtihiL'tca, . 1 7
D--;kJt, . . - 8
Kcr.iha Ciiy, ;. 5
At pintail, 65
Is' l Deroia,
Total majority, 337
llccre fa r,8jcrity crer Camp
; bell in Oct. 1SG3 ; '
G a ia in cue year, 155
in Jue, ie:3, 107
Rep'-Uiai tainiir.ee Jur.er 1G0
Vi'eUu the followirg rcturna from
'lie- Trriicrial election. The majorities
arc. not cucial, but ir by telegraph
frcin ttUal's tojrce;
IlicLardsca co., IUp. r.aj. 125
- Kcp'-Micsa majority 10 far 403
TL3 r.fpublicaniitTa rr.sdo rery de
ci-ii in ctcry county sa far heard
frcra ever tha June election, rare Otoe,
uhera lbs Denr.ccrati hare gain CO, no
deutt by Iririrj in local interests for
Doj!s c?unty in June, Deta. maj.
219, now Rep. r.aj. 17; Rtp. gain 23G.
Kerr.iLa ca., in June Rep. maj. 02,
ccw Hep. raj. 3o7; IUp. gain 155.
Richard icn co., June, Rep. maj. 63;
T.oxr Rep, maj. 125; Rep. gain 57.
arpy co., Dem. r.aj. June, 120; now
D;n. txs'y CO; Rep. gain CO.
Cats co., June, Rep. maj. 32; now,
r.ep.r;sj. ICO; Rep. gain ICS.
Dsde, Rep. rcaj. June, 77; cow, 95;
Rip; gain IS.
IU1I, Dem, rsj. June 17, caw, Rep.
tr.aj.C3; Rep. gain 112. ,
Jchni:a, Rep. maj.7une, Cj, eow,90;
?.?p. gain CI.
Thus, in tha ccuntiet so far heard
frcm ths Republican gain eince June foot
rp bCO; dedscilcg the Dea. gain in
Ou?, CO, leave a clear Rep. gain' of
Ths DiF.ocraiic 'ilrorgholdi hare all
1 ??u heard from, end with the increased
:..:j:ritif ts thewn abore, wa feel satt-
f :i that lis Uc.sn ItepuHican majority,
.nclil. w.ll TctcU ICC0.
it Mil ui:cno:is.
fr'jree cn ins
ch came c:f hit Tue day,
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:i privets dipatchci reived
:.i in thi city,.
CV.t-rili r.-j:rity ftr. thj Radical
Ti.l Et, sj fir LczrJ, 51.CC0. The
ci!y tvro -Ccr.trrratire Ccrgrefncnal
Hi:::!:.: Lire elected Ri ileal Conrrre-
leva Reihal r.:sjcrity C j.COJ.
Uf I"-. 1G,C:0 r.aj:ri:yfc-r tho Rid-
i::L:t. C:!.fsx rc!cctcd.
,tz:.:.z ir-'irttlei tbit-G.n.
" crnl; 'its fcr Governer,
1 1 M-irctiFi rur;rlti?s. TLJ.
i- C.'.v c.i tb tvenirT cf
tleut six feet cf
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s cf experience ia elections
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can p any
Men were lest sbht cf, r3ity
Liberty , thcC en st i f: i ic alA rr. e Lthrier vt,
1l riL..1 Lbyul" Cor-rTfi wcfea'Ior.e lit-ft
in sirbt. Truly did they rerremler and
rt r-.--. tVi !- rf thf Vp.lher nf his
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W-:rj', ai- vcij clj wciwcj lor "p ria
n;trr.en;" ulihcugh not a siagle.
dctrsciica cf the ticket ua$ or could fce
i.atchcd up by the opposition.
- d TTr-ny-rcra - frc rr.csr m "t!iD" fbr
that.it '.youII be almcsl iirposiible to par.
ticiihrize ; but;ia the cr-janizatian nnd
tr.a:aprant,s3iTiC lock more promimsce
than ethers yel all vorkcJ. Hon. T.
W. Tiptca, Dr. SIcFhcraon,.Capt. Car
icn, II. 11. Aititson, Lieut.' PcIIcck.C.
G.Djrsey, Thso. 'Hi!!, Jams C. Church,
C. V. Wheeler, and a host of others,
lab-Ted early, late, and til the time!
W. II. Hocrer, S. M. Rich, G VuFair-'-"Lcr
and c:h:rj. labored in ths o'.lzt
prc.iLCts, cr;d frcn ths rctarns.'did nobly
fcr tha caue.
A Trip 7Iircn;;!i a EroiiTllIc Drj
QzcZi end Grccerj Store.
We have permitted curstlres the "lux
try cf Icokts: al a large slock of nice
thirds tince Theo. XI ill Is. Co. have re
ceived their new goods, and etlSl they arc
On cntertnj their store room cn Main
Street, the first thing that meets the eye
is a tack of choice prints covering a
space of three feet Ly ten and four feet
high, comprising eom& six or eight hun
dred bolts of the latest paterna. Next
cn the right hand are stacks of imported
gooJs of all varieties, shades and tex
tures ; such as are seldom found out west.
Next a stack cf woolen goodj, compris
ing several hundred bales cf heavy and
ligh: tvcolens for both sexes. Then you
ccme to sheeting, ticking, shirting, eta,
cf which his slock is unrivalled. Thi is
irrerpective . of goods in the drawers.
where silks, sattens and damasks, floe
linens, laces, and all the choicest goods
are stored away from the dust, to come
forth at the bidding of fastidious shop
pers, whose purse can afford the luxu
ries cf dress ; whoso taste can chvay be
suited there. ,
Next ycu come to the boot and shoe
department, cf which you can alone see
CS.000 in this choice collection. ' They
are from the finest ladies' gaiter to the
heaviest toot known; all varieties, grades
and styles. .Their supply of carpets is
large and well asserted. As )fou ccme
partment is most complete, and is com-
pnsca cf ererytliiDg in tnat line. Ineir
cellar and warerccms are crowded with
such articles as sugar: coffee, doors, sash,
mi"! rrl nn imrr.Pni. tnrL- rf nr.cnJ
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toou3, i.ita lueir iicniicu rooms preveni
them opening. They have also delt
largely in farm irapliments, wagons and
furniture of all kinds,
Jndir frnm what I in .;t w l.
.mc. n.,u 1:.' cca nnn
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as raercaants, lew are their equals,
either in fairness of dealing cr shrewd-
ness in purchasing and selecting their
stock. Their goods are direct from the
largest wDoiesaiiojr nouses in new loric,
I .ill r -a. . j
which saves to their purchasers paying a
second or third jobber profit in St. Jo-1
eephcr the Wejtern cities; and gives
.bm o rr, An flt . nKL.-l, I
businss vridi any cf our country mer
Col. Tuxbury and Judge Reed, two
rank consesvatives, have been appointed
Land Omcers cf the Otoe Land District.
Oh! no! the President hasn't made
up his mind to go with the rebels, lut
enly wants to reward those who have
sympathized with thera in their war
Mir..i tho TTmnr, t TFni'o oil rnf..i!An 1 1
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Rear-Admiral Francis H. Gregory.
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fifty years of honorable service in ihe U.
in Wftrb Pur nn Ihii 4tli nftavl
b. aavy. at the age cf 77.
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ice iiEgmer lien jennson snagea ana
l ri;n: about four miles below thia place, j
in the Missouri, last Saturday. We' I
learn that th was insured for S20.000.
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The fre.ght, consisting cf wheal azid
corn, will be an entire- loss, yet most cf
it was covered by insurance, ;J. A. Ponn
and IL M. Atkinson & Co., cf city,
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wneat cn uer ; me.r are ccrtrea Dy
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msurare. ice Doai wui os a io:ai loss,
as lut little hepes are entertained cf be-
ing able to raise her. F
This mikes three teats sunk within a
distance cf:150 miles Ja tha Missouri,
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curing tne past tares weeus. .1-3 ua-
t-Tio, '.Lctweca tnis piacs ana uttraska I
City, th3 Mcllie Djiisr just above Pai:s-1
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rrc:.t cf navigation.
G Bix has formally accepted the
Frerh r.jjrn, and will leave this co-n-
try fur Paris toward the clcss cf tht?
frmr.t n:th. . UDci
Copperheads mike much noise about
nigger" having had preference to
t!i3 nhiie man Irom this Congress ; -r.d
r.: .h cf Congress vcting thenselves
x:ra pay. Rctd this extract fr:a the
CI Iccgo 7ri'5r,e :
J:xth. Hut mark yea, says Ihr.iy.
Ar.dy,'1 colcrcd man that servii his
two year can get his full bounty, but the
white man must serve three before he
can get bis." It is surprising he dd not
y Jir-'cerlljcitcsrLpf -V colored jrpp
B-ri.wnibe"nT-:feriy the time
swings around the circle to Louisville.
Now, the fact is," that Congress passed
bounties they were authorized to receive
by law, but which bad not been paid -10
them ou cccc-Et cf informalities m their
"muster rolls," and quibbles raised by the
p-ydepartmect, They., therefore re
ceived nothing but wht had been prcm
ied to them what the law said they
thould have. : Johnson Lnew all this
very well, for he tinned the bill, but the
miserable tpoitate sought to make a lit
tle personal capital by concealing the
Seventh. But Congress, he. . says, in
creased their own compensation 31 000
which is also false, by three-fcurths of
the sura stated. They f-peabed their
own cav but C2.000, and reduced thrir
rniieare mere ihan SliKO. making a net
increase cf only tbUU initad ot cl.uuu.
And Johnson. sieved the bill, and all of
his backers votvd tor it. He forgot to
mention a little fact in the same connec
non. viz : that heJ induced Congress to
increase his own pay. by nearly S30,QQ0..
in the shape of extras and incidentals,
besides securing salaries for several aa
ditional private secretaries, whose duties
consists lu iraaiu unj
Nebxasxa Wheat 15 St. Louis.
The St. Louis Democrat of Sept 2Gth
says Nebraska is sending forward her
superior spring wheat in liberal quanti
ties, and, as quotations show, the market
rrice adrances as the supplies increase.
Since the first lot came to Hand to the
present time only tw or three weeks
the advance has been forty cents per.
bushel; the first sample commanded
S1.80 per bushed and yesterday's sales
were at $2.20.. This is something for
that young territory to boa&t of in an ag
ricultural way and the fact will stimu
late emigratson in the direction of her
All Is Peace Down Sonth?
A Tribuue' New Orleans special say?:
Some important disclosures will soon be
officially made public in reference tp se
cret rebel societies which permeate the
entire South. These organizations have
branch circles in New York city and the
West. That in New York is said to
number 50.000. principally composed of
men who served in the rebel arm. Each
circle has a different name. Some are
kuown as the -True Sons of the South,"
others as the "Knight of Arabia," and
all are well armed with the most improv
ed weapons ready at a moment's notice,
should a favorable opportunity arise to
renew the struggle for the "lost cause."
One of the chiel members of this organ
ization, now in prison. Is sairt to have
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been offioially reported in the Parish 0
Beenvil9 . One old neg'ro 70 years 0
age received four hundred lahes.
The following explains itself :
New Obleass Sept. 20, 1SG6
To llti ExCtlUnCV GOV. ThrOckntOrtOTl .
1 nave iui receiva irom uoi. iUitson
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him rf nan on the affair wiiich urnured m
Brenbam, Texas, on the 7th inst., and
cave directed hirq to notify Bren. Ma-
hbr Smith that he must not permit him
self or any of his men to be arreted I
hes,Peclfu"y request of your Excellency
to do all in your power to allay the ex
cuement there, and I will do all in my
power to satisfy the uds of justice in ev
ery case, but I doubt if raucii justice could
he doc io a community which compels
wua viAiu&a auu auiuicio u tcuiaiu uwjuv
of defeWM lhrown oround lheir carnp,
I will have an addiiional and through m
vestigation and ascertain if poss ble if
any soldier of the army were guihy of
l"'S nil a IT, -VOl. aUaSOQ UHUCr IUB illl
pression that thost drsigoated for arrest
are innocent of tha charge.
Your ob l serv t.,
rSfenedl O. S. Shzbidan.
jMaj, Gen. U- S. A.
- The Calcutta correspondent of the
London Times, under date of Aug. J
The famine is sore in Onssa In the
fifteen affected districts, but chie fly in the
three districts of Oris3 and tn a1j )ia
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in couuiry ut iu muapui c, iuuuj are
a,1y feud y p"blic Ti?A V yi!u
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and chiefly by Hindoos, you will still be
wiihin the truth. Out of Orissa and
Midnapore half of the destitute are pro
jffcssional beggars ; in these provinces
nearly all are the Jab -ring poor and the
lower classes of agrii-ulturiiis.
The largest number of deaths from
starvation in Ori.sa and Midnapore re-
ported m one week 13 3,500, and in the
Sanibal couotrv 12." The areraire num.
ber of deaths imported to the auihorities
during the past sij weeks may be, aud is
by officials.- taken as not less. than 2:500
. a very daogerous S100 counterfeit on
the Central National Bank, in New York
city, is in circulation. The only way for
me puoac to prjtect themselves will,
KSfpJ: l- 10 ?el"s for lhe Pr8aenl a11
notes except the
are received trctu sources of well known
respectability. One of the peculiarities
01 me counterfeit we have referred to is
llt "T." in the word rcaiatain, qn the
ngui nana or the till is defective and
'o0 like tho letter 'I," the co4nter-
feiter, toweyer. can coon remedy thia
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A Times Waingtch special says Hon,
Louis V. Bgy, cf Sl. Louis, wp on the
Cih .apnoiD.ed Ccmpisiicner qf Indian
aTairs, ia place of Mr. Cooly, to take
t the first cf next noath.
rr;:JJent has issued a proclaim-
::;..rjecding thit Thursday, Nor.
9;h 1 3 clserved
us & day cf Thar
oriwpr 1 a iic icr at. x'Ji
d benefits :
irror.: to our
me-. -leg that
lore him to
r.:tionci councils, ana 10 our v,wb inf
lation,, thit divine wisdom which alone
can lead any Nation into ways cf all good.
The Hearld says: Gen. Santa Anna
is -iLtzrr.r "c::2.i:n"7a"T0"3'S- cf --v w--ov.-r
000 fcr the purpose of carrying out ias
platf.c't rtccrtructian in Jklxicu,-ana i
assured cf success in the negotiation in a
felv tfavs. A-numFercrex federal -ufa-
cers called cn him yesterdayjo olTer their
services in l.K new campaign, it n c
lieved by those high iiC authoiiy in Can
ada that Secretary Seward has u-ed his
diplomacy to bring abofti the "it ague L e
tween Santa Anna and ihe Fenians.
The Tribune's special announces the
acceptance cf thiny five milts more track
cf. the Union Pacific Railroad. ". A huu
dred miles more will b laid bsfore 1SG7.
which will take ihe track to within thirty
miles cf Denver.
Gcnnniicut ha3 held town elections m
many of her towns, and the aggregate
result shows overwhelming gains to the
Repubhcan-Uhionists. They h;tve car
ned almost. every town where thy. seri
ously tried, including -'quite a Lumber
that were against them last Spring.
Among these ,'are. Symore, which never
befqre.wejit-Repubiicanas well as Dan
bury, which we loal at the State EUciion.
There id-scarcely a township which ooes
not show a decided Republican gain in
the popular vote. So it. is whenever a
people who can read are enabled to pass
judgment on !:My Policy. Tribune.
The municipal election at San Francis
co on the 5th ult, re.-ulied in a handsome
Union triumph. - The Republican candi
dates were elected by the following ma
jorities: Chief of I'olice, raincK Uiow-
ley. 10S2 ; Tax Collector, LL it. &tory,
1665.; City Attorney. Horace M. Hast
ings, 1624; Auditor, Harry 3tf. Hale,
16IS; Pnblic AdministrHtor, Wm. A.
Quarles. 1695 ; Superintendent of Streets
Gorge Cafron. 2149. Fire Commissioners
B H. Freemau, I74S; J. V. McElwer,
The Republicans also elected . six Su
pervisors out of seven, and nil their can
didates on the School Directors ticket.
The average majority was 1700, aud the
total vote of the city 13.193.
A Herald New Orleans special of the
7th says: This morning's Times announ
ces that President Johnson, over hi? own
signature, had authorized its editor to
publish the report of the military com
mission relative to the New Orleans riot,
and it will appear to-moirow. The
Times attacks Mayor Monros and other
city officials, and is evidently preparing
for a change of pnlicy favorable to the
Pkincetoi. N, J., Oct 8.
Commodore Su-ckton died last night at
10 o'clock. His death has cast a deep
feeling of gloom over the ent ire country.
His funeral will take plaie on Wednes
day, the 10th inst.
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Utnr, daitd -Juu.ury 1st, A. D. iSGd
will sell at public auction, in front of the
Post Office in the town of Peru, Nemaha
county, Nebraska, on, Saturday, the, 27ih
day of October, A. D. 1S66, at 2 o'clock.
P. M. four mules an'J harness, one waofuii
and four saddles ' Terms of sale, cash
in hand. THOS M GRE&N.
WM. II DEN MAN,
Oct. 9th, 1865 .ll-2.3t
To all Whom it May Conctrn :
Notice ii LttTtby Riven tbat an instrnment of writioz
purporting to be ibe tan will and teiaiu tt of Fred
erca Wliiiatn Breiimeyer, doe8ed. bai been depos
ited iu tbe Prolate C,-nrt of Kemab coumy . Nebra
ka Territory, and that I bave appyinsel tbe 12cn day of
November A, D. isee, at 10 o'clock A M , at tbe
cour t room in Brown ilie. la said county and Territory
as tne time ana place xor proovng tbe ttixe
G. W.AIKBR )TUER,
no2-Jw,idn . Prbate JuJje.
otlcc of Attacliniciii.
Isaac Edwards, Plaintiff', i Befure R. V Iluzb)),' 1. f
vi. of Nemaba Gouuty, H T .
Merrde h Helry Deft. J
To Meredeth Belvy : Sir On tbe 24th day of SeD-
teiuber, A. D. 1868 aid Juaticc isiaed an Order of
Attachment in tbe abov acf ion for tne bum of nlaety
tlx aoiiari aua iweuiy i ccxivs.
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lticeltcrcty fiTcn ttt xtc iitBPrtl-ip litely
Errnof D. Li)im Sc. Cf...
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AH pevwu kovins b?r: -e.vf 5 ltut.l to tiI
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lrv i iu i ct, lt penon bstinj cia,: .
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U. LAT AM,
I vitrict, Ktr. Oct. S:h, I!:., U-2 tJ
OrricE Collector or Intern it REvrxt-E, )
District or Inehsasii a.
Xtbratka. Cit'j, Ocio tr 4..l;tS.
iTI1 11 "V ' T'rc-mu.--" :
yoiiceUfcerehy c'.ven. that the Anntul Tax List of
xe Apes:el ia accordance wi.b Iht ru?Uious oJ the
Act rf JCoasre, ta pjwvide-luseri!.. to sup
port tbe Goverunieot. to pay iutaresi un the pub .ic
debt, eudforotber parpvses appr..ve-l Juns 3 J b, 1-si,
,iGdeity h-A.clo Marcj3i. l:V Wilii 51--envies
Uocember 31, 1S55, nl Usr lJiJ b4S beea
retururJ to me ty the Aster rf t ii- Uit.ict ni
that ilJ taxes r now due al pyt !. aiiJ pyaiea .
itre rf is !. reby deuun!ed, aj m l will in perui.
or bj deputy, atiead at tbe B.nti..SC IK -e . 1 Jjhis L
Car..o in Bruwuviiie, on t;.e ltih tay t Ocio er, ISnb .
fur tbepurptM.ot recetvtng laid laxei noia a.l person-
in ,'eu44.iii CL.:;uty. . ... "
Aiipe hjUi who s! ail n?4lct tapir theaaiount .
their ta:te fcerncy tiaaia i U'l ou 'r befjrj .as i
Usi a'jve uautl . will b liato.e a vty liar jja dj -aiiy;r
leu per c? aura a ui-i -nL, .tl a f-a ' ic-f .
tents tor e'Vi;e of a icmI oemi'il aud H'Sice. t;
pei'iier with roar ceuia a sa;- irvoi :ee actuiilyaua
ii:y ti jve e l i in be i-jrvice taero f
Ui TiCo tiO'J.I fr .ia i c 1. il to 5. P. i
JO.Sa.Pii fc. i. AM A "TEU C.i:ci.r,
ul-Sv SfX.C Waoc, iKpu'y Ctie:tor.
k T. RAIIiEY V. D. LI27I 3
j SOCCrSSCKS TO RAI?T2T Si CO j '
Respectfully inform iht Citizens of the
C)7y enci County thatthrj are ia receipt oj
a large and complete assortintnt of
Ladie's Dress. Goods,
Wilh an endless variety of
3ST O T .1 O N. S-
Together with the LargeA' Stock of
Custom Mads ... -
BOOTS AND SHOES'
Ever brought to this City-ra!l of wl u i.
was purchased prior to ibe bit advam-?
in gold, which nahlfs us to itT-r supy
rir endusemnts 10 tho?e dHPirt us of ur
chasing. We also, kep on hand a fresl"
Slock of ' . '
And a good asaortment of
Remember the Place, Main Street, One Door
above the PototSce, Brownrille, Nebraska.
9-tt)-4!y in,na .
AWARDED A GOLD MEDAL
Am. Inst. Fair,
OCTOBER 19 1S35,
ma iUTs in eaytry.
PELOUBET, PELTON & CO.,
Respectfully inviie the attention of pur
chasers, the trade and profession,' to the
Of their manufacture ?
PEDAL BA E ORGANs
Five t es. Five Ocave, one to Thre
Bnksuf Key, Three to Eight jets o
Prices, $250 to $600.
Twflve styls.ing:I ani d niblvR d
Rosfwood aud $.ack Walnu; case?,
Prices, S130 to $400
Piano style and Portable, Twelve Va
rietips..from four to kix Ociavo. Single
and Double Reed, Rosewood and Black
Prices, 865 to D250.
PELOUBET. PELTON & CO..
841 -Broadway. New York.
Sep. IstC5 2y . .
r o r
Famili s and Mnnufictnn'r.s
-WE Ter the public the fimplen;, srron-osf. ai. l
fcpst KiiittiDjt Machire in ibe w..rjiF
It (.Ci-apieA but little fpaz-e-iji j. rtable and can
be aU bed to a tand m tabie. wf igbs alx.ut 40ba.
It wit! knit a Taricfy cf jftitcber lie br.akfg
f needles is tri2irg tii cot i.f nedlefi i it.Mg
niaeant and the ip n delieate puterial ran be knie
pore and r-p.tles8,aj the need'..' re not ilid.
Ordersfor Machines tnav be fnt through the .
Amerisan Advertising Agency.
333 Broadway II. r.
ScaJ for a CircuUr. . : .
.cf. Agents TVantcd. i
DALTOH KNITTING MACH CO.
..jy CO? Erosdway,
V.'AMKD ! Aent.?, M: i ar.-'l Yei:;.., .-U
'"I'.acs sih.co , I
TF ';ac'' wtUuitt.l Ik4t;i3.t w:r t-;3ai t j
e F 'j trlot-1 Maob.r.-?, ar; 1 tb5 trJj rn:ti.'l
! aai ti
.tilt. ..Jtirj Mil-a-i 12 -
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c.No. 2 Custom IT.
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Theuaicrs-neJ Keep i n L.'.. -i a Ijr-o a3.-.,rtesf t
For Men anl Doj's wear. A I . 1 a r o i t , r k .
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WuViv.r Cot:s Levins.
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UMBRELLAS AND CAKFE'i BAGS,
Of r,!1 kin-l.- whir-h we will s.',
c ii r: a p f o ii cas 11
' We purchased our poods since the dt
rline in the Markets' ami will sell at lev
figures,-- ' ATKINSON fc CO.
April I3th',lSr5, 9-30-ly
! i ' ' . i a i i
SfUth.-idM .Mam S'ret hot. 1st and 2nd.
Have row on hand a map
I'lai'i a-r.il iii:n-y. with r wi;!oat Spring5 nrA
.vlATRKSSKS OF ALL KLNDS
; BUE E A U S
Plain ami Far.ey, M.u li j Ti-;-, &c, ic.
i? rz" n. rzi
IJarl'r, Dreakiast, L'tuiro. M irble I'up, Jtxtensiuu,
MET AL 1 C CASES
Great rariety of moRt fraprore-i pattern.
O ai'" i 'z s .
Gret r .rie'v of nil t loi, t-otb j-.lain nnd fancy.
LOUNGES, SAFES. WASH -STANDs
And'everythinp ' in the Furni
line,. which they will sell"
Below Eastern Price
Their Furniture eoin!efo in ererj respect, be
ip fut up j. a superior worl'pi.iri wb) imsc'.ftre
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IN VARIETY. AND
By the 100 orl.OCO forsaleby
At their Nursery 2 Ifi miles west of
Brown viliH. Nehrakn. 7-!f
$10 A DAY EASY MADE- $10
By scl!in0' Knn.vin!,'-,Card Photogrir-l.s and
St-itionary Our .Smi.,riiry Pckot excel Is all oth
era ; ciw-h Pnck ij;- com tins Pap-T, EDve!.pe. Pens
IViiciL, rfe., nn-! .jfw.-lry w.rth t dollarat refai'.---J'nceonlySO
CFat? we ill seM Acent 100
St-tionary l'acki--s and a Si7er Warch warth I7
We .al.'o Tublish adi-ndil Steel i?nj;r.if in-' and
P'Tfriu, Litbogniph Pr. fc. vry N.j.uf.r "r.d
-eiblt... Will ', i h fiivi j--. rt:a':nr oi.. I CO for
1 thit will r-iiiz- ;1ry !.:. jrj,.. r tn .I.I ir
5 h:U will 8-11 f-.r Ih:r:y irs .-r ..-vr. VF:1 i
Ttii-j i- t f r Fiv Fart Fat 1 .
fit' e-n l' Fu. i
FeL. IHlj l-y 3i k tt,r, S r -et, Jf. Y .
r s FT r h i: s f f r i
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IJ '' J W w? I
On hand at Ills Stare Rooms,
He ha, and wi'l c-tnfao'ly keep on h i-id. a 0'ntt
t . j 'V
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Shoe-, II.it? and (Ijtp, Cuilrry, G!a.ware, (j-ienswa-e. Hardwnn. C.-i ckvry V'a
WiU'ivn Vare. nnl U VivA 1 ' rar uiiially kVtt ia fifit-c'as3 II r ; . xn f i!
Ware that can be bonirht anywhere.
ring just l? 'V1 1 10 entir8 establiabasnt, it becomes nree-iry t-'--in
: to t'f e?J,lf.er0Dy notica that all accontU da 9 tbe frw nf j ,
tdyo'r";l5;3. wi;ibru3,i ja tba hxzUof t3 o5rf:r cF! ---.
Jer-T Is'3. Jy " T
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rrif fjin -
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BEOWI7V1LLE N. T.
I IFouZJ RrspiclfuUy Inform the Tra
tiling Public at lare. That I havu re
cently brought to this point on the Mis
souri River, the new an'J splendid Sieaia
lJ I ' F
..navin p'c-nty cf Dck mora for team at.d Sleek,
and a commodious Cabin fur Paj;ner. I fcl f
in eayia tny arranjeaenU for ;cim!i-)d.itin.,
8;eeJ r! n;fetf are nit equaled by any otber
beat on tha M:33furi P.iver. Uei" I'ati dal the
pro-p?rou an I fl )urihin city of tFuwrii1!
br:k, in tbe centra of the gra-it f.irmF ; Vt -!'-t
in the Ue't, where tbre i . L'sityd S;- !.'
Oiu.-e, tuake- it tbe ra-jft d-."ir bit pi',t 'r
grant- ind SttJer : and b.irinj bei.i et;. J
at Ic3t. Jin.rCO on tbe ronds r..l l.rij?- bF.!?:
and trcst, I adic J r.'. t y t' the Frr. n, ---
rrmaft-nt cro.Hin at all tiain during the' ys'.
th'j .Mics. uri b- t'ota ii'Tcr overC'jwicg at tF'. oir.:'
while a? aij u'hirs it docj.
Vi'.iuid say to Frji.;ht9M aid per?-n? crri7i
tJie plains t'.ero ii ant a ttar point on ih- it
cr Mhert su.-'s coLspeii'.ion exists in buson.va.'a
thero nro F.rty Large Uaii cess houses in thi
fi )')ri.;i;in c.t7.
1 h - u':w. -?t ("j an 1 afienU n will b i'-,d !-i
Ti.-r. th,j !;tv;r at t hi- point a. 4 it i i: -I-r fh :
'1: j . t ; rv; . rvi -i .a ( f he rer. . t' b. at
l.d I : Tf .tf Jl-t.iL.ri!. t!Ul f Mod n U-'t
'- -x ;! p, f.i j'.h a id Kat t :i p-.i'it S..tita
:n i W. -. c hi ry t ti .? r- ii'c . h j ir. ia fr ui -t
I-j m.!t-s --rifr.Hc d tbre t .f ve dav trivel ar-d.
j c Van ns,
Itiwr.ville, Sept. 2 Hi IS id
Main St., Bro.:nille,
a'tajent --f It (J..-..t
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Lorrrsovi rcPw cash
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