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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1867)
Sii for at thuc:ll3e-
; WILLIAMS, Whole, the authoi-
1 , ::ecliun aud purchases inlUttity. TJJce
iViM Strict, X.-C cor. 6th.
t -OWNViLLE. THURSDAY' AUGUST. I l67
1 CHOlCC Fruit Fara for sale. En
,Te of J.' W. BLISS.
S-rfcCr TTantCtl. To a good, steady
! . e man I will pay S18 per week.
; " t" ' j.L, ROY.
! coo Cedar Fence Posts. -For sale
J 50 cw each. K. W. FURNAS.'
i 1 1 .1 v.i. -. ti e.
! ET ToJr a-oas at
itcker1V'i',y reAgenisforihe PullUh-
SjQQ Join Deree's Celebrated Moline
Teloulet or. Prince Organ for s'de
-lis cftce ca reasonable terms. .' :
j3fjiWana cr Cold soft. water
. , n0YS.
j jjjy ycer Farm Implements of one
.3 is regularly. ia that tu&iness F. A.
..del Co. . '
;ifcVLclof Slovcs and Hardware
'; received by the '
siIELLENBERGER BRO'S. j
Tte Choicest Lot or Furniture
rer ciTered io Nebraska is now for sale
McTALL & co s. ;
LT. !!. P. narlej. Hou1ttpath:c
;y;:c:an and Surgeon'' Office at the
jdence o S.P. Tuule, ' Esq:,' Souili
astcoautr of 6ih, and ilain Streets.
liakS Ta C1. Farnn for 'S'tai'sj
rreect Corn, tbe .first-of .ihe t earpn,
6 r ,j - .... . ' . v- .. y'.t.. Nf . I
a to-day we njiice it tor sale ia cur
Tboe New Buok, nsed in the Brown
'eHig!i Schoo, furale at
BLISS & HACKER'S-
' Book Siore.
.irs. Crane & Howard 'will praC;
eMtdiCiiie in Brow nrile and country
let cot. ilain and 2d Sts.j Browbvilli
:-sc, up stairs. ' i ;' L " 1 1 tf
1M1.L. Mat heirs,' Physician, and
p7o. ' 'i.'.'iL-e ac ihte. City Drug Store,
ere he may L-e coatulted ai any lim
the da'y.-i. ' " ;'
till Mt'CrCCrj has just received an
rtr. ent of pure, unadLiheratfd Drugf
I Medicines. Wbat he sells you is a!
It; sure ! J ' "'. ..- - - - !
.'lOSS Starch, i :the .reatestj and
;apest aud only labor saving discovery
ircuir Ece linens for sale at Bliss &
ilrr's and Swan & Bro's.
Ulcnllon, Farmers I The bighesj
-ifvt pricepaid for Wheat; Cora,' OatsJ
-ley, Wool and Bacon, by ' '
: '. V WDRTULlSd i WILCOX.
LOST two "small Ticket Pass Books'
Memorandum BoYs! .The'tobks conj
only 'figures and field-notes.. Any
' finding onet'r both ' of them wil(
lerp.ll v rewarded by leavias: them al
sage Orange. Ilanl.---As, the
borized 'Agent of W, H: Blann, of
Hi; 1 ; ill lakd orders for Fall
spring- delivery1 of ''these .'Plants in
Vfcta..- -.V H M'CREERY,p
. 1 ' -; f . - ;
21 a Florence setrln; Maclilsc.
e raost perfect ins'truraent to exe--fiyl-ihd
of Sewirgaow done by any
-Joe in lhe tcorld.
H1 II McCrtvfy has just received
arcg.! liioU'coc'.plete s;ock of all
: of . Puial?, Oils, Varnishes, Glass
t?er. "br'ctghj.to this city, ad ' will
Jwer tbarriha lowest.
'ettion is calltd to ihe Card of .JL
'er,ra inter', Grainer, Glaizer, Gil
Pa p e r Hi.n g erXa-a no th e r- col-
1 rMu Walitex'-U a thorough work
1 'O tbe Several branches cf his aft
-nf&nue Lit wQta io give satis
CfdOf disease of . the ' Liver,
ak;'' lor many years a faithful ruar
Capt. Carson's Back iathfs city.
rJ tie virtues c! 'Otd Do7Tar.,,
. fcr' latk of ability we should
'M.lis memory as was ttat cf the
,ia,4 '"Dog Tray.'' i .
Lcpal Tisliatlcn.-The Rt. nW.
rV U. Clarksca D,, D., Xpisccpal
' ?ff Nebraska , will ad mints t e r the
Hite cf' Cordrrnatinn ia;- JIc
Hall.'cn Sucday.ere, , Aug. 4th.
'e?.- Dr. Littlfjchn and the Rev:
off. cf ,N.;Y. City, trill aisY be
J!cr.i Ctolcy ni t!3;C!:l Stnnd.
principles, 1. e., in!
has gase Lick to Erst
into bis cli City Meat
Market, where he and'Earsnian rr.17 be
foundrat , any time with -a supply cf the
choicest meats the country affords. The
thep looks eld . fashioned with Charley
behind the'block.;' ' ", '. ; . .
A full stock of School Stationary ccn.
sisticgof JLetter, No'.e Foolscap, Leal
Cap, Doatle Flat Cap, Blotting Drawing
and Tissue Tapers. Pens, Pencils, Pen
holders, Black and Carmine Inks, for
sale low at
BLISS &. HACKER'S.
Prof. Chas- A- Baker. A little
more of Prof. Baker's rascality has just
come to light. He never paid for the
Books he received and sold here, of this
we are certain, as we saw a letter from
the publisher to thai effect. He is de
serving of a general notice -from the
press, to warn unsuspecting communities
of his" style." . ' ,
Base Ball A match game of Base
Ball between the 1st and 2d nines of the
Brownville Ease Ball Club Will be play-
red on FaitjrHay'cjenirTit nT 4o'lock.
The two ''nines ' being prety nearly
equal ia skill, an exciting contest is ex
pected, and we would advise such of our
readers as des're to witness our "Nation
ul game'' to, h3 cn the ground. The
rrize, wq'fcelicve, is a splendid Ball.
. .,:, Jc;t Fcstraastcr., i
Jusi as we go to press we hear with
tntich'-satisfacyoq cf the 're-appointment
of A . p., Marsh; to. the. ".Pirsr, Office iD
this City. Vsay wifa-saiis7ation be
cause BIr. Blarsh was removed without
other cause, than that he did not agree
with A. J's. . re'eonstruction po'icyp and
because the receedin P. BI. is no better
qualified, politically, socialy or morally
for the position than Mr. Marsh. .; .". I
Our thanks are due to' Bliss& Hacker
for late Chicago Dailies.. They keep
hera on hand constantly. :
t' Xe are pleased to see the ..op ;. to wnj
Grocery . Store, of Bliss &l Hucker is
doing a flourishing buisness.i We are
informed that their buisness has doubled
in the last two months; the cause Is easily
explained; they : keep-aching but ' the
best of goods and sell them very low for
cash. '.i ...Y . - - - - j
. Anothrr 'large lot of Blackera, White-
fish,!Troiit, Herring etc., just received
at the -up town Grocery Store of
; A ' : " .'vBLISS &. IlXCKER.
1 . . t .... ' 1 j
The rain last Tuesday' night was the
beariest that bas fallen ia this, seciionj
fur sometime ; it seemed at onft time ai
though the windows of heaven had ea
ed, the water .descended ia' such torrents J
It played tad; havoc with some of our
wooden culvert?;, oa Atlantic,""' between'
3rd and 4th the water washed nearly al
the dirt from both side of the new cnl ;
vert for six feet in 'width, and broke; cfl'
the South end cf the culvert, washing it
dowa the bank some distance. .On 2nd
between Main and Water the, culvert
was washed out end ways. .:
,'.BrCllC Jail. Last Tuesday, just I'af-
icrnooa, Mae prisoners,'
Smith, commuted for the Larceny at I
ru, hrtktt'AJlXyl4ggtcg-oot beneathn
foundation timbers, ncr very hard job,
eiihfcr.r. .They were seen as "they gotout
and the tfficriwere after them withinl
a; few minutes alter. their escape, but did
'- - - 1 ' ' ' . ' rrL
not-succeea in capturing mem. Aneir; in
carceration ia cur jail w as regarded as a
fa'ree by mot cf our cit'zsns, yet it was
the best thai could be done frr their
ife-keeping' ; as it is, their escape is
several huudred dc! rs to the couaty.
The Rev. Itaac'Ai1. : n. Pastor of the
Beaver Street "Methcdist Church, ia Al.
leghany, Pa., r.atcs tbat-he has been
permanently cured cf Dyspepsia, after
15 years seffering, by the'esa of Coe's
Dyspepsia Cure. This is but one of a
thousand who have hid the-"! same ex
perience.' -' '
30 1 cL.:m
A LI C U..liia 4AUA4j
ists have fa'ibd to di: :cvcr' cnyih'r: in
the Lat Cfionicul SJtcraiuT wtkh can,
when properly us edf beM! the 'sirr d
ln .tf jKi
" " . t
gree ietriiuentaPtolealtht Vhife"the
women of our country" entertain senti
ments widely different upon other mat
ters all concur ipf a verdict , that the
Best Chemical! Saleratus ia the only ua
infallible article ia use for light and
sweet bread. v : r -
Rose Eoltom Pottery. tj the
Rich Bros, cf the Rose Bottom Pottery,
are we indebred for a" choice collection of
sample ware. It is . undoubtedly the
finest we Eave seen brought to this mar
ket, indicating thorcugh workraenship
and the bet kind cf c!av. That' this
war wjll'wCiC. jvii aie aware, as we
have used it ia" cur family ever siace
they opened up. It is their ."design - to
supply this section of Nebraska, yet
their tock is carred oH from the man
ufactory;' about, as fast as made. k-Xast
Tuesday they- brcucht a - Lad cf it to
Bliss & Hicker, Theo Hill h Co.,'ccJ
Swan c Bro's, who will hereafter keep
it constantly for-sale. ' :
A. ,. . i C.J j -5 --
For Aust, is received, ;&Ld is tt --excellent
ia gIH:s depnme'.:;.2is tr-V.-
This' number' contains tvventy-fcur lare
full tiied fiiha eDravicr3,fcrsith fcrty-
- r - - - . j
wisrns Euiis,'. euu, v.-ith des
cription for making up thd difTrsat ar
ticles'. '"Besides it contains sixty pages cf
interesting reading matter, romantic, his
toric and poetic. -Caa be had cf Bliss
Hacker at publishers prices. ' '' j
A Ilatcli Came cf Billiards' as
played last evening ia this city at Evaa
Worthing' Billiard" Room betweea Wra.
H.'Valleau and II. H. Bryant. Carorae
game, COO poiats, oa one , of Kajanagh
& Decker's Cat gut cushion tables. The
lead was vroa by Bryant, :whose best run
was 67, average 7; Valleau's best run
was 80, average ' 10".- Valleaa made
501 points; Bryant, 346. Geo. Neely
was chosen refere. The game , passed
oflf pleasantly amid harmony arid good
feeling, wiih.no outside betting. - After
the playing was over WorthingV'in a heat
and appropriate - speech giving the rise
aod history 'of the game, with itscoaaeq.
ticn with the sciences and arts, presented
4 .1 .- ' , - - 1
the winner with a beautifully ornament
ed cue. . i . I
ITorenanV Timber. Prcscrratdr.
We have received a call frora"Mf. E.
D. Strong, having the right of Nebraska
for this Preservatcr. He --has shown us
many valuable testimonials of the value
of the preserratcr,' together with sam
ples of present work'oa Cottonwoodr aai
also of pos'ts which have stood for", twen
ty-five years in the ground, without any
perceptible decay , Mr. Strong is 'around
selling' out County, and will, if desired
sell Farrri Rights.' ; The . Preservatoc
a great thing for our Cottonwood
countxv where it is ,necessary to. make
Rtght far Nemaha-county would alrnost
be a fortune to. ta eaterprisiag
man. We hav.e no hesitancy ia endors
the Preservative as doing all jhat ; is
claimed for it. as it is backed by the Pat
ent.of the United ;States Guvernmen
and testimonials from the most scientific
men' of the land. Some ' enterprising
man caa make a fortune easily out of it'.
A Treat I' - walk rthrough. Colj
Furnas Kitchen, Fruit and Flower. Gar
den.' He ha as fine. a collection ( of evj
erytbing nice as we ever saw ia one
garden. His Apple trees are loaded to
breaking down with as choice fruit al
any locality can boast of, as are also hi$
Pear and Crab Apple trees. His ehowj
ing of Grapes, Concord, Isabella, etc.,s
almost wonderfull, upon oae vine w$
counted ever twenty bunches within two
feet of space as they hung along the;
trellase work. "Nearly all of the new
imported flowers find a place in his col
lection as well as the old fashioned stan-i
dards, which are things of beauty which
never weary one to gaze upon. ( ,
His entire collection of ' Fruits an
Flowers is proof "positive that Nebrask
South Nebraska, at least can raises
anything that will, grow ia any of the,
older States. Vet, much of CoL F's suc-j
cess is owing io his unwearried attention
and real love for his task.' With him'
jt is not a past time but a grand passion.'
which will result in 'great beaefit to this
comman:ty by demonstrating facts with;
regard to our soil .and climate, and by
the introduction cf chotcs 'varieties of
di fie re n't kinds. ,
LEGAL NOTICE. '
Figmond f acisan, Pltf.l In the Dlitrict Cour'
vs of i'eoiaha CuuntytAte
Benjamin i;ickox,De'ft,i cf Nebraska,. . 5
The eaid Defendant, Bar.; amin Illckix, will take
notice that tbe laid plaistif ha-, U i ia the said
Court bis rHiticn s plaintiJsiT'r.it bi 'i.thesaid
defendaat, f .r th fi.rcclosura cf c;r? 1 j Mort-
fitgeeac .: .! ! v tte bJ.l ii fen Uat to N'.Itort,
larch J 2th, lt:3,for the fullowing described Real
Estate, situate in Nemaha County. tiUteef Nebras
ka, to-wit; Lot No. 3', in Black No. 21, ia Brown
ville proper, aud Lot No. 0 in Block No. i, in
die Ercwtiville. . The prayer of the said petition i)
for said foreclosure, And the sale of Mid premise!
to pay the sum cf IS0.C0 and interest thereon At
the rata or ten per cent per Annum from the 12 b
day of April, 1859 , as the amount due on said 3ftrt
gft.ge, ani pnid by the said VV. E. Hurst as surety
tor the taid defendant. The said Mortgage being
duly A?.i;ned by tho'said Hurst to .the said Plaia
tiff. ' And tbe Paid Defendant is required to appear
and atswer said petition on 6r before the Iftt'a day
September, 1867. " IIEWETT. A CBLTXtl. .
43-5t-$13.50 ' ' L- Att'sforPnr.'
Luther ITobdley, Admtnistratof of the E?tte of
W . K. . Ootb, deceased, and theheirs or devisees
of W.B.VV. Cobb, whole the- plaintil ia this as
tiotWre unknown, will take notice that J. 7.Hol
Lliljs!ead,Aplainti2',haj filed hlsrtitioir ariinst
theia as defendants, in the District Court of Nema
I.. n ; . it. . i i iri vi
and pnvyer of saidl petiiioa Is to-ebU.inTri s&d
Court a decree for the soeciSo performance cf s cer
tain contract in writing made by the said, Y . BL-VT.
Cobb, deceased, to rotireT to'rViinUT the North
west quarter of section 13. in Uwnship 2 .north of
range 11, east, tn ravnt Coujity, rebrakA, upon
the plaintiff paying the' amount 'of 'roontyreed
upoa'ln Aaia ccstract Aeoc.rsidcriticii for eacj con
vejajrtJ . DvXectufrBU Are required to ans rer i,r do
mur on ot before the tth day f ftertetaler , 1567
I ..J. W. JJ.UiXINuSiiI.AL by
. , i C. F. Ntx. his Attorney.
Ordered that the above notice be pablished ia the
JNebrtjfca Advertiser for Tour consecutive weeks.
1 ' wu. a. iicovER, :
43-4t-$UJ5 .. Cl'k of Dis'l Court.
, . , -STItAYv NOTICE.
Ta" en op Jaly 23rd, lj th eaiers?gned, liv
ing fr ni les west of Brownville. within bis ' en-
ek sure, one twe year old dark Inm Cny hore Co!',
star la lurcneAd .has a speck ia Uiertht eye, Zo
otuer marks or bninas. - 1 i
41-5t. , ..: - . Watsom Ejtrsost.
. STILiX JIQG, ,
Taken tip, by tht.ndtrs?3ed liviajene mil
Ahd AbtJf re.-t of Brown ilie. Nebrask, ca- th.i
13th. dir cf June, ,lS3r,oni Saw. Liack An
whittf VL,cLLwi, aVoct two Teats "old. Ne marks
brands. 40.. . T.NSANDEB3, '
ra-h Ti-Kiitves, ia tw asi tbre pound r v.,wt
1 -.:H ; - SWAN & LL.0 s.
T.it 4 Peaches Arr!:j, r.3cVberriUCberri
it . ... ,.. . swanab;;
; Wanted. 9,00 dozen Ea-s for ci:h
; BLISS & HACIiEH. v
f ...... Fobt Laramie, D. T. ) I
" , July . I?, lbG7. J h
natii 12 c
trfzf f-. r t-c
i flj tu.tis cf Charcoal kt
T V; ;n. I. T TJW T : . T,SiT tte
EfcuU La i'l-.'.e Creek, a tooru i-;k,f the
I'Utt Li ru-.
The cbarcoaltoli9 cf ccol Tr.cribaEta',: qaalitv
mad frcca j'z nooa,tnl sulject to lofi-eclion be .
lore being leceivea. . -
The partj to whom tho contract mj be awarded
will be required within forty-eight hour, after the
g&i JtSnce of the biJ to i ire t-.cJ equal' to fifty
60 per cent of theamoectof th contract ; with
good and IcT-cient eecuritj for the faithful per
formanee' fcf the contract.
. J'-rtiei t o whom the contract would otherwise be
Awarded, moit, before the final award it made, iat-
i?fy toyself or succpsior, that. they.. have, facilities
fcif.'tat ericj Bpoa aimI f u2UiEg the-tsatraal a, per
Agreement. . i
A copy of this aJrcrtiscnicst (a elip cut frofci
this paper), mast accoraj .any eiv. j copy of proposal.
Bida will terocoirii lor ar.y renrosiiblequaoiity
! The Cbsrcoai to te delivers 1 s fcllowr, vi :
One thousand l.CUJ tcLc!j per month until
completed, commencing Augu.u Ivth. , -
FuLyme&t viU be cade io iceh funds as may
be furnished by the United t-'Utes QoTerument. :
Proposals must be is dufjicate, enclosed in an
enr elope endorsed "Fropo3Ai for Gharcoal at Fort
Fetterinan," vrid directed to the'endersigned. j
The right ia reserved to rrject any cr all bid3. j
So bid will be considered unk?s the party mak
ing it is present , cr rc-pr.soutci by power of attor
ney. " i i
.It will be -snJeretood that th (Jiief.Jarter
masterof the Dtpft'rtreent may, at any time, reduce
the quantity to be deiirered. " ' ' I
43-2t -.Ureret llajor A A. Q.'ilU. b. A.
. , Proposals For Hay,s;-
" " fOFFICE.AssV;Qturterrhaster, j
f FoaT Laeabhe, July 19, 1867t r j
ealej . lYoposals will ba reoefyed Al this ioffice
iinil 12 o'clock, M.t August 5, Ia67, iat the xtelirery
of. fife hundred (60U)toMef . " r-i. : r. -i
iVFort Fettermanr D. T., (the new post near the
mouth of La Frele Creek, on the North Fork of thjo
Platte rirer.) " ' ' ' 1
: The II ay mast be. well oared And made from this
best quality o pative grass. - Te be stacked of the
dimeagions, in such manner and in such part of the
post as the A.- Q. ' M. may direct, also subtest
o his inspectioH or Any person he may desigctte
for the purpose. The contractor must furnish
alt at the rate of twenty (20) pounds to ' the ton
of II ay, and drainage poles at least ten (10) inches
thick, and so arranged Ai to prevent the Hay fro '
coming ia contact with the ground, And toafftrd
free circulation of air under the tucks. '
. The Hay to ba delivered AS follows, vis i Tocim
mence August loih. tSS7, 2C0 tons to be delivered
by September 15th, 200 tons br October 15th, and
tie balance by September 1st, J 387.
Parties t whom the contract wculd otherwise U
awarded, must before the final award is nutdereat
iify myself or.tuccesioi that tbty have the neces
sary transportation means Ac., to enter upon 'And
complete the contract as per azreemenU I
The party to whom the contract may be Award
will be required to eive bond, within furtv-eia
hours aftor tLe Award 4s made, equal to fifty (5 '
per cent, of the Amount of the contract; with go!
And sufficient security, for the faithful perluruj
aiice ct the contract. --' -r ." j
r A copy of thia advertisement (a slip cntfr6nth
iaper) must accompany each sopy. of proposal.
li'iii will be reeaivoi fur uy.reaaonabLe quanti
ty ofDay. Pajm nt to be made in such funds as
may be famished by the US, Governments j
Proposals to be made ia duplicaio, eaokwed in
An envelope, endorsed Propofals for Hayr Fort
ietterman," And directed to. the nnuefsignei ' I
- ios rigui o rrjcciany or au oias ccerea 14 re
served. No bid wilt be considered, unless the party
mailing it is presenter represented vj power ot as
I -. 1 is to be nnderstood that the quantity of sup
plies advertised for may at any time-be reduced
by the Chief Quartermaster of the Department. 1
43 2fe .: Brev. Maj. & A. Q. M.; U. S. A. j
t . s L j M n
r si 00 .
'f',fi; ;:.a-ALS ;;..r '
i .1 J. I A ft ft
- ? ,
iCS Wp pits
w c 1 . 5 s
f'j H : f" " f?
g!3 p .; jo,-
g3 bd ' .ji-'g
Horse P0 wers, Equalizers,
Fast Work, Good Worlr,
and High Finish,
CANNOT BE EXCELLED
v.ii. hoover Agent,
Sale' 'of Stray Stock.
On Saturday the 3d day of August ,1887, 1 will
sell at public. Auction to the bigliast bidder v ftr
cash, at the rosidence of John B Eploc'livin? in
Glen Rock Precinct, one Yoke of cattle described
as follows : One a red Steer -with left horn o.JT and
smooth crop off of eaoh ear, the other a rpaa ,.with
left horn broken off, branded ' 'C" on left hip:
Supposed to be 8 years old. .Taken up by John
B Epler.and now in his roBe?siun. Appraised at
$125 ANDERSON COLLINS, J. 1
- Notice is hereby given that on Saturday; the
20th day of July 1867, at 10 o'clock p., m., I will
sell at publio auction, at' the residence of James
Bishop, in Glen Rock Precinct, Nemaha County,
Nebraska , one Slexiean steer, about seven years
old, 'appraised1 at $o0, ahdone heifer, three years
old, appraised at $20, the sakl stoek was. taken np
by James BLhop in October 1866.
... i U.R.REEDEB.J.P.
Soda Crackers, Ginger Snaps. And Aerated Crack
ers, at SWAN & BRO'S.
resh Layer Raisins, Curranta, Citron 4, at '
eans, Hominy, Meal, Polities. Flour Apples dt
MANHOOD AND YOUTHFC VIGOR are re
gained by Helmbold's Extract Buchu. 7 --?
rooms. Salt. Axes. Powder, Shot and Lead at
. , r ; SWAN A BROTUER S
; CAllAP CASH 'STORE. " ,
Main Sheet -between First and Second. ;
BROWNVILLE,1 Ni T.
I Would P.espectfully inform the Citizens of
Brownville, and surrounding country that I have
just received my fall Stock of Goods, consisting of
Of the latest styles and be;( quality, Mens heavy
calf Boots, double soled Boots, Fine Kip Boots boys
and chudrens Boots and oboes. All kinks cf La
dies' Boots and Shoea of the finest and bcstquality.
India Itubber' and Buffalo Over Shoes
for Gentlemen and Ladies -
Groceries of Every Kind,
. . .Consisting of tbe bes brands of -.
Sugar,". Coflee, Tea, Pepper, Allspice,
&odar . Candles, Tobacco,- Matches,
Starch, "Sec, Sec, Sec. " ' . .
Wooden Ware, Stone Ware,
The Beet QaJity xf
t 4 -
' The bert Woolen Under and Over Shirts, Salt
salt by the pound er barrel . .
. WHICH UK OFFERS TOR SALS I"'
OlfE Afe JFOJR CASH
All of whictt be bers at the lowert prices. Jeter-
i aimed pot lu be uo4erow. t . t 1
-J " ' w v- fc GRANT.
iProposalG prj (Wood j
Orricr As3I5takt QcartVrma'rtsr. )
' Fort Laramie, D. T July 15, "67;
- SEALED PROPOSALS will be' received at this
c-Cce until 12 o'clock HJ August 15, 18,7, far the
delivery of four tt ousand (4,Ui) 0 cords of wood at
Fort Fettertniu D.T., (the new Po.-t near iho
mouth r f La Prele Creek,cn the North Fork of tho.
Platte Elver.) ',','. , , '.'.
; The Wood V be of good merchantable quality,
cut in lcn'.hsof eight feet v8 feet, and apit.
No suiali wood or decayed Jimbreoiw d. l
it m Jit be properly corded in such part of the
post as the A. Q. M. shall direct, and -rabject to his
inspectiop cr any per son. hp may.doignaie for tho
purtos. ' .ft ) 'j ,
Th party t wboin tbe contract may be awarded
wil b required to i ive bond witbia furty-cight
bqurs; after the award is made, seqaal to odj per
eeo f tbe oasooDt of Contract. ' ' " '
The wood to be delivered asollows, vis . One
thousand 10U9cords per month during the months
of August, September, October and November,
1S67. s Ur;? .1 (-.
. Parties to whom t1 contract would otherwise be
awarded, mu&, before the final Award is made, Hat
ify myself or succe-sor that they have Convenient
the nevesfary tmufpertation, means, Ac, to ecter
upon and complete th work as por agree raent.
. Atopy of this advertisement slip eut from (his
paper) must accoropanp eaclj copy of jroposal.
Bids will be leceived far Any reasonable quantity
of wood, , : j f
- Payment to be made in such funds as may be fur
niehed for the purpoe by the U. S. Government.
. Proposals to be in duplicate, enclosed in an en
velope, endorsed proposals fof Wood at Fort Pet
terman,"snd directed to the undersigned.
The Government reserves the right to f eject any
or all bids. No bids will be recognized unless the
party making it is presenter reiresented by power
of Attorney..- .
It will be endorsed that the Chief Quartermaster
of the Department my,at any time, reduce the
quan tity tj be delivered. .'"'" -'
' E. B. GRIMES,
,432t- Erev. Mftj.AA. Q.M.'.U.S.A. .
FOR NON-RETENTION 03 INCONTINENCE
of Urine, irritation, inflauia'.ion or ulceration of
the bladder, or kidneys, diseases of the prostate
glatds, stone ia the bladder, calculus, gravel or
brick dust deposit, and all disease; of the bladler,
kidneys and dropsicial swelling,
. Cis Uklssold's Flcid EsTHicT Brcnc. '
atural Leaf, Fine Cut, Gripe Juice aed Navy
Tobacco, at , . 6 tVA & iiKU i.
Sugar Loaf Syrnp, Sorghum, and N.O. Molasses
. at ST.' AN 4 BPUJ'S
: TAKE NO MORE ""5PLE4SANT AND UN
SAFE RE:.'1DIE for enpleasant and daogtroua
diseases. . U?e He!ir.bold's Extract Bucha and Im
proved Rose Wash.
Jickles.CaaFraiU cf All kin is, and Oygters at
SWAN A BRO'S.
A : . 1 t the put;. ;'. Ui at tucy L:-v jui" re-C-.iVtd
I. ive i.jW c czcJ ia th .
Brownville A IIold-BaiWiDS-
-v' J Ccrntr Main and Second Street
- i ' i -
AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF GOODS,
. CvnsUting of every variety of
. . . . . . -'
Dry Goods, 'Groceries, queens-
vrafei Hardware, rroviiions,
Bools and SJtoes,SIats aud
1j .- Caps. IIoIIdwI Ware,
Together with all, and evay variety f articles
urually kept by a Westesn Trading House, which
they offer to the citiiena of Brownvrlc, Nemaha
To opening out a Stork nf Goods in f 's City, wc
do not pr j-o.se tay great fl.uruh, but s' nj.'y to say
tUnt w . V iir iinrfli u.i - f:ir TtiiU c- . :r the most
f.wnMli!. iiiutiiicM.' nml l.-.r ""fAh !'tli:it the
ENTIRE STOCK IS NEW and frchind ih;it our
expoiience in both, tie business anJ wants of this
community, eniblts us to select wiih coiifiJwice
tbe patronage of the paoiis. j
CALL AND SEE US!
EODEUT TEARE & CO ,
At the Sign of the
) ) 1 ) ' I I
LiM rLiQED llDm
Is the place to buy
i . AND '
Keep constantly oa Land a comp'sta fisaortmont
Fpriog beds, .
t Ilaia StanJ j f '
, Bed Springs,
urtioe iuairs, t
Comforts, . !
; . . -. Children's
Cabs and Gig?,
' ' ' r Piano Stock, Teapoy Stands
, t' Gilt and Rosewood, Moulding Sbc
Pillows, Pillow Slips, etc, eic,etc, etc
Show' Cases aid Office Work nade to Order
And anything and everything required to set np
pi .an trfiu?y housekeeping.
All of their ware is cither manufactured or put
up under their fpccial superintendence, which
enable them sound articles at smaller prices thaa
eastern manufactuted good.
Is At the' service of the publio at n v time it may
be needed, and is gotten up in as oe stale As any
Hetalic Burial Cases, ;
of Alluzea coattantly 00 hied, tt eastern prices. '
We are doirg business on st-ictly cash principles,
At a tmnfl profit, and by attention to business and
the wants cf tbe community, expect in the future
as in the past to receive the patron igo of tbe pub
M'FALL & CO.
PROPOSALS FOR! WOOD.
f: OFFICE Act. Asst. Quartermaster,
Fobt Sanders, D. T.
. - . July 9th,.lSG7.
BIJj in d j plicate will be received nV i 1 3 o'tlclt
& m., cn.the5thday of August, i i ' 7 at Fort
Sanders, J). T., by the undersigned, f r the very
of three thousand Ave hundred (J.iOQ) cords of
at the nw seven (7) eompany poet, to be erected
near the crossing of North Platte river, D. T., on
crOESinz of PasCreek,D. T.,to be delivered sub
ject to tbe following conditions ;
' AU woou delivered to ie good mer cnaniaoie pine
wood, cut four feet long and properly cordd for
inspection axtl measurement. Of the above amount
of wood : .
500 cords to le delivered on er befcre Sft. SO, '67.
1000 " 0ct 3if'7.
lliOa M " " Nv. 3037.
1000 " ' Dec. 3167.
Payment to be made by the Chief Quartirsvuttr
Department of the Platte at Omaha, Nebrka,'or
each lot as above required, as soon as delivered,
leu twenty (20) per cent to bo ietained until the
ful&IImeut of th contract.
JJidders will aecompny their bil.i with a guar
antee, signed by two respofceiUe person 4 ut bid
ders, who will enter' jnto contract ia writing, if
bid be accepted, and fign the bni with hitn re
quired for the perfortaaace of tbe f'ipulations of
The right is reserved to reject any or alibi.!.
Bids for any reasonable quantity less than the
amount required will be received.
Bids will be let subject to tbe approval of the
Chief Quartermaster's L'epartmeat o: th Plitta,
who may at any time reduce the amount to 1 de
lstLieutQ.il.SOth U.S InHy.
. 43-2t A. A. y. M.
t5T"Th Uudersignrd having been retored to
Health in a few week.by a very simple remedy, af
tr V.-IVitt Kii'r.i i.vpnl tjri i.!i.i...,.l...
Affe-jtion, and that dread disease, CoujucsptL-nr $
Animus to make koowa to his fellew-safterers the
means of eure. - . .'
To all who deVireit.be will send a !oy of the nre
scriptioaed (free ef cbsrg,) with the directions
for preparing and rsing the ?ame, whi.-h they will
findaS'JF.H CL'"E FO.'i CONML'MlTION, ASTU
MA BRONCniTIS, Ac. Tbe cnJy object of the
advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit
the a2ictf d, and spread inferuurion which he cob
selves to le invaluable, and be hopes every sufferer
wi'.Itry bi3re:aaJy,a It will eost thsm nothin'-.an.
ray prove a tley-iing, '
.'articswiiliingthe prweriptien will rfajoa-ilrei
- Rev.EDV.'ARDA. WILSO.V,
SIIATTEREp CONSTITUTIONS R2ST0RED
by Ilehshcli jatract Buchtr.
n. t. raii;ey & w. d. lettio
St'CCESSOKS TO RAX5TT i CO "J
Respectfully inform the - Citizens cf the
City and L'ovnly that they are in receipt of
a large and compLU assortrntr,! cf
Ladie.'s Dress Goods,
- WHITE GOODS,
a 1 -i
-2 vJm 11 si
Wiih an endless Tariety of
Toireiher with the Largest Stock cf
BOOTS AND SHOES'
Ever brought to this City all of which
was purchased prior to the lata njtvance
in gold, which enables us to oner supe
rir enducements to those desirous cf pur
chasing. We also, keep oa hand a fresh
'And a good ajsortraep.t of -
Remember the Flace, Main S'.reet, One Door
above the PostSce, Brownville, Nebraska.
ENFEEBLED AND DELICATE CONSTITU
TIOXS, of boti text use Helmbvld'i Extra? Bu
rs a. It w ill give brirk end energetic feelings, and
enable you to sleep well.
Proposals for Army Supplier.
OFFICE CHIEF QUARTERMASTER,!
- Dtpartinent of tie J'lotl, v
Omaha, Neb., July 12th, 1S57.)
Sealed bids will be rec3ived at the oSce of th
Acting Asaiitunt Quartermaster at Fort Casoer
Dakota Territory, until Wednesday, Aezut 7th,
lsr)7,atl2 o'clock, M., for furnishin? this Den-irt-meut
with seven hundred (TOO)cordsof Pine Wood
and ona hundred and Sfty (150) tons of IHy,to bm
delivered at aid Poet.
Tbo wood to be of good quality, aul subject t-
The bay to be well enredand made from the best
quality of native grasses ; to be stacked in such,
manner as the Post Qiartermiwter may direct; the
contractor provide tlrainae poloj for sUck bot
toms and twenty (20 pounds of salt to each ton of
Delivery of wood sndbay to begin within Cfteea
(i3)dys Ircm date of contract ; and full delivery
lo be made before October fifteenth , Ib(J7. ,
4 B di will be made in duplicate with A epy of
this advertisement attached , and will be accompa
nied by a written guarrautee ia the following fora
v iz ...
Vfe. and -, of the County of ,Suf
of do hereby agree that is able to f nl 5.1
a contract in accordance with his proposition, and
that should his proposition be Accepted be will at
once enter into a tfonlract in accordance therewith.
Miould a contra!t be awarded tj him we ar iru
pared to become his securities.
Sigacd by twa responsible persons.
'J'be right to re jct Any er All bids is reserved.
"' A bond with good and sul&cient 6.ourities will b
required from the person or persons to whoa
the contract taay be swarded.
B.ds to be addressed to Lieut. A. S. Calhralth,
13th Infantry, A. A. Q. M., Fort Capr, D. T.
It is to be nnderstood that the Ualef Qaarter
master of the Department may. At Any time beforo
delivery, rduoe thequaatity or the suppiie to hm
delivered, and that the coutiact will le made sub
ject to his approval. ,
Bidders srerequested to bepre?entat the letUag.
By order of Maj. Gea. C. C Aitt'R.
42-3t Brer. Brig. Gea. k Chief Quartermaster.
TO THE FAKjIEHS OF NEIUnA.CO.,
A would respectfully say that I fcaf
and ara now receiving a large stock of
1 keepeonsUntly en band a foil As!sortment of
Of til A'iauJ. . .
Ucvcr Clolh Coals, Tantf tresis.
French Cloth Clothing in Latest i h'let.
Caibiinsrc Goods all dcsciipticna
TO SUIT TUE Tit ABE.
All of which I propose to sell as.
Oho ap or Cheap or
Than any cf my Competitors. All I
' ask is for the citizens of Nenahi
and adjoinincucnties -
TO GIVE ME A CALL
And find out for themselves I
REMEMBER THE '
S. SEEM AN.
IlZLMBOLD'S FLUID EXTP.ACT BUCHU b
pleasant ia taste and odor, free from all injurious
proprieties, anfl iromnte it i aetion.
THF. CLOBV OF MAN IS .STBENGTU .-There
fore" tb nervous and debil'.'ated should ImmediaU
ly um Heluibvli's Extract Luchs.
go. a. prince a cos
33 Varieties, with Patent as so Tenuto o
"School Orrrans and MclodcoDS.
' . Finiibedla
A ' ' '
Elegant osewood, T7nlant or
Jfo Charge for Boxing cr Shipping.
. ,133,000 Kow la
AI! ILTiTJSTItATTJT) CATALOGUE. con
taining full description of style, and testiaiouials of
tbe not cmineut Muslcijai, as to tne iuperiar excel
ieue trf our UtrmenU ca it iea t tblt Utlce
GEO. W. HILL SsCO
- Urownrilie Nebraska.
EDWARD W. THOMAS,
ATTORNEY p AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
OTsC ffr Miia M First SKrt.
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