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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1868)
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E. cor. llh.
is lot tbia
JTVBtM CiUSt Louis
I 'tTILLlAM HAWXBY in cur authorized A treat to
-tire nirri 'iiou iur iao Aucermtr interna
! bl Ci:y IVecinct.
, hawlet U "or authorized rent to receive
1 jcrtption U me Aa-ceriuer, at Cii-ton.
j "cEO. G. fUST authorised Agent at Aspla
ylSDEL has Stadebaker Wagons.
has Two Dorse Corn Planters.
CLEX KOCK FLOUR at.Tbeo. Hill & Co's. '
P. U7 'c Cou.petition ! that's bis forte I
a C. LETT, Laud gent, Erowavi:ie, Nebraska.
E?.E3S COODa Latent styles, just receiTed, at
1 TWO FLOr.EXCE Sewing ilachincs .for sale at
i JOHN DEERE'S genuine llcline ri&ws.JOO at
1 A FINE '-OTof Sogar Loaf Drips Syrup and
?jj:Mse at Swan k Bro. -" 7 -
j THE EP.OWXVILLE CITV MILLS turning
IjjUjCian article f F'cur ascan be m&de.'
j rECiV-BSGAKIXULOVs"-: 2l-0 T.; 4 B.
f SiUh 4 Co.'s make at Theo. Ilil! &. Co'. '
' LOUD ! TJjw ceuld wo now live with-
1 ALL PERSONS indebted to us will p!e"re call
iiiKUloimeiiaJ, DORSEY BUO.
CANVASSED IIm, ooit in the. market, and
c--&: Cured Smoked Beef at Swan & Bra's. .
! LIGHTNING RODS AND POMPS sold and put
'op, in town and county, by Joast C. Dkl ski
' JIILE sold ss low as by any ; and ro oae pcrscn
'chur-ed mere than another, by B. B. Thompson,
? DORSET BflO. bave the largest and ccmplet
MlsertJicrit of Ilats ever oScred in Rrowapille.
C:iai see tbca. :.
i A GOOD OPENING is now offered in this city for
: idling Swoc t Potatoe Plants; we know of none be
u;riiJ ia tbw city.
LIIED PAINTS all colors ground ar,d ready
U iii,for1e by Gecrgo Berkley, Carrinje, Sign
ui Uou9 Painter, over iJ-Comu Drug Store,
; FOX SALti. The nonh-easc quarter of eec. 17,
town 5,rir.ge 10, Johnson eaunty, 7 miles from, Te
ccaieh. Price $3 per acre. . For terms aj-ply to
I J.C.McNAUGUrON, Brownville.
j rORSEY 4 LROTUERJ).irj just recivod anew
nl couij!ete stock vf Clothing, and gentltmco's
turiii.-oing Goods, which they tlftr a little cheaper
' iUd atiti-war prices.
J SWAN A BRO., have jut received some of the
fatt chewing tobsooo we evor saw this fr Vet, it
ui the freuiuui at the lat St, Louis Fair. Call
1 id fce it, ye Lvers cf tbe weed.
j WEEP NOT, fair daugter of Eve, thy wants are
inieM'.oud and appreciated, and at prices within
', thy tceaos may be bad choice Dres Goods, and any-
; i jig thy heart can long for, at p. ilAY'S.
I II FALL 1 CO., have received", Ju ting the past
; ttek.a ruusiog stock of Furniture, tec-mi ngly uear
Ijtboitluai. Ttieyare determined to keep a xuli
tuck aad their rojin i cramsl full of all kinds that
bij be called lor. and they ?ell very rcaoniille.
j A. ROBISON, Boot and Shoe Maker, on Miin
itree t, ia this city, Las just stuck out a new combi
' lu'.iui Sign, aLich is a credit to its pintr, L.
j Wa d:eT,arid a god Sign of Rubi.ou cn!crjriEe
' Torrrity. He is as good a workman as ever
I SEW ilEAT MARKET.- Messrs. B.dcn i Mc
: Cilluc!) have just openel a New .Meat Market one
j doorbulow Ilwliaday's DrugSttre. From what w
; hare seen thus far we think they unders'and tkeb ii
j cen thoroughly and are eoin;)e:af to wait up,a the
j public in good s yle.
! R0LBEKV: AT KOCKPOKT, MO.-W learn
; thti last Friday night tna Jewelry Shop of C
Scboeider, at RdckpiTt, Mo was entered and rob
bed ot Jen dry and Watches to the value of abi.ut
CvO, the thieves eg raping with their bsoty,- and 8u'
iu hare col iecn captured,
j -- 1
i ' AIARSII'S ENTERPRISE is bound to "bring "him
rtccew, ahiib be richly merits. A inorg many other
: sew thing; we notice be has just received a c mi !ete
I wtcf Ditken's Works, g otten up in splendid etylo.
HiDow j umpired to furaib them by the single
suinber or fall sott at PMiter trice !
COLONY. e learn that there is now in our
i'7 gfntlema by tie name cf Stok' t, from
Georgia, wbo is looking up land for the location .f
large Colony. Mr. Stokes has iado a very fv Jr
j sole Imtirewioa npn this community, and we hope
f lewj'i tadlaqds in ihia D;itr;:l to I j;ate tia friends
1 j. ;
-SWEEPSTAKES." See the Ad. in to dayVis.
I of C. Aultman ACo's-SweepsUkea"Threhirg
j iiacbine. The great reputation of this Machine
c&Les it eoaecessary for us to more than ca1! attan-
I tion to the advertisement and t the 'fact' that our
j f7 reliable merchants Thee. DjII A Co. Lave than?
; for fle. :
"VAN WANT'S BUT LITTLE nERE BELOW,"
! je: heretofore that little has C'st him so much that
' t baj been furced to "en small even on that ; this
; tiaehas passed; ia Clothio, Piece Good-, Hats,
Cwpi, Bts, Shoes, etc., I cm Et yoo oat at such
i Prices as will warrant every man in going well and
i eottforably clothed. D. MAY.
TERU ITEMS. Tbe citizens of thU place are
.jontto ctmmence tha erection ef an Episcopal
Church, the material, we learn, is oa the ground,
oi the foundaiion will be commenced nex week.
'ro is about t more in the matter of laving a
Uiactery.M will U aaen oa our 2i page.
, r" ARM. FOR S ALEl 40 acres lying within one
f Nemaha City end three miles of Brownvillo
a.l ia cultivation ; ha en inexhaustible stream of
,lerepring water running; through it; ecabinwi;a
'p'endid spring of water near by upon tbe prenj
Uai- Apply to tf-. Q. W.FAlliBROTHEU,
SHOT DEAD A.J the 4:iy-Iower is past, and
Emulator played cut, W. T. DEN is now the
Relator of the Corn and Calico trade, Ae. tc, A,
u,T'Dg just returned from the East with a complete
of Rummer Goods. Clothin Ladies Hats. 1c
nwh defy competiuon, and will let be andcrsolJ
ce. ... ... - w. T. DENV
SO AP FACTORY .We learn rartie; 're cow
1 this citv desirnin" ta a'art a S.-n TaMAr
fB of the opinion that such an institution'will
V J tare. Our means of com uunlcation are such
' a Tt acepo cf country could be sopplied
rom tbil cifJ, ni ihej re rowUntly cn Jhe in
Crwe. Itwiflpsj! - -
RICH, cf His city, having given himself
lltdJ o the practice of Cases before the Und
-oe is already rcctivicg v cry fair practice, and,
believe, deservedly. He is a good law jer and
"7 we re!if d on as capable and worthy.- Those bar
jEtJ,,L,io2 a Ms line toatttcd to will Cnd tim
1 eCcrt Eocte Building 1st door west side.
TWF FIELD & EATON. 154 Pine
1 iLl.IAMS.t7 Chfttnut Ht, .V.
I . ,r U f u't" xed gent in St. Lou
i .r rill attend to aiakmg Collections
THE STEAliES St. Joseph, landed Hoar LarlTTT". . ' .
darirffth.nacfv v.. ... .v.-.j
v. . now cMurpijea witn a ttmr e
&ach Uie, which wonid certainly pay well. .
eremr.g, delivered i
ject "Shall we It
From theertentcf her udicnwojudj9 tbii com-
nunity as either very IndiJereat oa the"sutTect or
: - v.
having already made op i:s "mind for Grant.
VtlpAr.rARlI rOIlbALE. Lies on Lon? Branch
, awes wester Asjin wan, contains U3 acres. Most
f Jt bottom, half or more-und.T cultivation, some
umocranda good awellins noise and other, im-
pioveictDU al a go'd ettlement, and good stuck
rce." OfferfJ1 attest bargain. F,r furtbtr par
tieuiars inquire of J. J. Pureell, at Lone Branch P
a. , ijuer, lira wo Vliie.
WnOLESAtE GROCERY AND QTE ENS WARE
STORE. We 1 earn that a gentleman by the name
of Uoek, recent'y fr'cm New Orlcasand Dr. Jcnas
Crane, of this -city, have doterainedio open -this
Spring a large Wholesale Orocory and Q leeasware
Store ia the rooms foroa?rly i-ccupied by ThecJore
HU 4 Co. . ThU will
oe one oi tae niggest icings
for this city, tho surrounding coaa'ry and propria
tors, ererur-;erlaken here
IMPROVED FARM FOR SaLE.-I will sell an
improved farm of 160 acres, 9 miles west of this
city, for $4.00- It has a hedge fence all around it
aiii is hedged in 43 acre lota; each forty Las ron
ing water on it; wi jh a No. I duelling houie,goi
barn and tenant bouse on tbe premises.
lfiO acree cf the best land in Nemaha County 14
miles west of; BroworUle' at $3 per acre
- CUAii. Mcl'IIERSON.
IT GIVES US SINCERE PLEASUfiE to eall
the attention of the publ ic to the lare stock of
.Clothing sod Gcnt'a Furnishing Goods just received J
and opened ly Dorsey &. Bro. They bare exerted 1
themselves to please the public both in tho extent j
aiid varietv of their stock, and in the iow prioe at
tfhiob. Ihcy are eniUled to sell them.' 'Their stock
ii full, fashionable and nnirniueant. Call and ex
amine goods and prices before purchasing.
- THE MONTII OF MAY, casting o'er all the new
dress of green, making nature sm.lo and man grow
strong, happy and pleasant beneath ii sunshico.aad
bowers, birds sing, children play, and happiness
spreads throughout the lire-long diy; yet this is1
transient and evanescent compared to the pleasure
excited in this community and for fifty miles in
very direction from this city, at tbe low prices at
which those splendid goods aie being sold at by
, D. ..HAW :
NEW CLOTIIING STOKE. See the advertise
ment tf J.S. Heitil's New Wnolesalo and Retail
Clothicg Store in to day' iper. Mr. ilotssl is
certaiuly entitled to tbe condenee of any -cominu.
nity this business, having b d twelve years experi
ence in one of the unst extensive Cltthie? Houses
in New York City." lie w.ll open op by the It .f
Juue in ihu room directiv under t L ia cQoe a stocfv of
CUiLing un.-urjned in the Wejt, of which we wLI
duly apprauo the publio.
PitOF. R. V.WILSON.of Chicago will Lectori
in the City of Brownv;lle, on the evenings of the I
27ih, 2S:ti, 29th and 3u;b, inst. Subject: Harmo
nial Philosophy mjro generally known as Spirit
ualism. Mr. Wi!.ih has the reputation of being
one of the most able and eminent Lecturers upon
that subject ia the Cnit -d State. This will be
something new in our city, and a rare opportunity
t investigate, and lent, to some extent, a subject of
which many have a curiosity to learn.
A RACE FQR A HQilESTEAD. Oa the I2th
install.-. Clinton Bakor, of Sali e County, Nebras
Va, se! cted i Homestead, and then learning that
another man expocted to start the sme day for tbe
Lnd Oficc to enter the same tract. Baker imuiedia
tely sUrlel on foo t for this city. .By travelling all
night be reached this city by 7 o'clock the mDrning
of tbe 13th, making the distance of 85 miles in 20
liourf, and loarinz hj competitor out of sight. It
is nedlcsa t add that this Nebraska 4,WetoB se
cured the Homestead , a d may be enjoy it and
A DUSKY HORSE THIEF CAUGHT. Con
siderable rxciiement wascreawd in ourcity last eve
ning hy the arrest of Tnornton Thorn i., a negro, on
charge cf ttea'ing a horse fr. m J.hn Biwkr,of Rub'.
When fiat nrrestisl by Sheiiff Plaste s, Thornton
denied all kn wledge i f the borsc bat was soon made 1
to find Lu tongue, when he informed the Sheriff bat
tbehore wns Linbed in South Brownville, where
be was fi ur.d fcj the Sh riff and returned to Bowker
who al.'o to4 charge-of the urgro and started fr
Uolothismirning. Ther.egrobad al.o in bi cfrtet
sack a lot of clotLiag which be had evidently stolen
f r, m Mr. Darling vf White Cloud. Kas.
I AM HE, of when; it was faid in the 4 ay of
bard times, when the beel cf the depot, Avarice,
was upon tbe neck of ibis people it !, 1 there hl
c me nnto you an avenger of your wrongs, one who
,shH be guarded with tho nr of Fair Dealing,
who shall gird jour loins 'with the fine fabrics of
earth at 'ho tn;t rcaonab)e rates, wbo fhaZI whip
thine enemy. Oh, touch abused Public, and lead thee
up from the dark path ot IIrd Times to the bi'h
nwd cf Twpwify, Prnce and ilenty. Unto bim
ebll it te given to regulate Commerce and Traffic in
raimantfor men and wouiinf lo, be shall come among
With je the fabrics .f the wcrld, and je bll rvj?ce
exceedingly ai.d aid him against jour old enemy,
Did High Price.." a htre I : I V. MA 1 .
PERSONAL. Geo. . Start, tf the firm of Start
A Bro.rf Aspinw.ll, amor.g tue most liberal deal
ers in Country Produce in our county, called oa us
list Thursday, loekieg bale and Learty andover-
Cjwiiig with good nature and ousmeas.
C. G. D"f J, f Dorsey Jt Bro., has just returned
from the East, whera be has been purchasing a Tery
large and ppfendid stock of Clothing, intending not
to be out-done in tho tualitj cf bis goods or the?
lownesa of bis prices. -
John D. Dopf, of tho Atchiton Cut at f Journal,
called on us yesterday, . lie report matters cjur
Jhinginand ebcut Rockporand on bis wayover
be net tbe construction Liain cf tbe C. B. St. St. Jo
railroad onnosite this city. ThinkVpa!scn'?r trains
will bo down this far by the last of this week.
' a '
: TO TOE PEOPLE F NEMAHA AND ADJOIN
ING COUNTIES. We have oponed a Wholesale
and Reuil Furniture rioxeln Nebraska City where
we expect to do busincsj, and ; by pacing our prices
lower than any house this side of St. Louis, we ex
pect to command tbe trade of all South Hatte
Many have been buying in St. Joseph and other
points on the Missou l river, paying mcA or more
than tee tell for nearer home Our etock is large and
coroplcte.and we assure you wo will always keep up
wlth'jhe times in stck and prices. Tea years ex-
pericnoe in the business and large cash purchases
enable us to sell goods as low. or lower than any
bouse in the West. We want jour, trade and ask
roil to examine our stock.
Nebraska City, Neb.
LITERARY.NOTIOES:. " ;
GvJeg'e Ladiet Book, for June, is on hand.
contains such, aa array of beautiful engravings
fashions, patterns, ladies' notjoos, and choice read
ing matter, that no family who takes it can fail to
be benefited an hundred times more than the price
cf aaiitription. ' Now is a g'ojd time to subscribe as
in the July number will be commence! eae of the
best stories ever pnblishcd in this Magai'ne entitled
"Ccreet.' It caa le bad for t2.f 0 a year if taken
in connection with tbe JUvertiert
The Ladiee'e Friend, true to ifs name, for June,
is on hand, remitting, it) this number, notonejot
from iU custom try excellence and interest, but ia
creasing in both No family can afford to da with
out. Iu engravings, fsshion plates, reading matter,
end in fact everything about it, are first cls, -h
eminations from the best minds in the country, I
eomcsat SI. SO year if taken in connection with the
OCR STREET COMMISSIONESiierergetically
et wna.ooiugiuucugooa. uewora. asi
cn Atlactio. between ii and 4ih, U rcry jadioioui
C. A. Welch, last TnJT co' be placed across Water street in front cf
a Lecture in this city on the sub- tl1 Wf 'ho?- Tb. . 00f
. " . "uiDg siienuon worn man anotner.and
ive a military man for President." to which we oalled attention two ML-. .; i
"" E" probability, preTent the rain frota
graining the big fill, lie bas also worked lcwer
uown on too nma street. On Watar .tri h.
made it rood and passable between 2d and 3d, yet
we 0Bbt much tbe permanence cf the benefit unless
lt 'a". condition. ''The greatest" good to the
T 7- Pr-BC,P,e. tn" eton:d certainly com- !
I P'J.i immediate attention ta-h
and.leree, s treat to Main- Oa Levee street the
Kr,-.. m . . j. .... v ,
I meat, intended to turn th tr.1.inn th.
aiWtl oa ter ,treet u washed away. T open
ditch, besides being a naisance is not deep enough.
to carry oa tbe water, and evn if deepened if the
sides are mi protected it will soon wah out a per
fect gaily from Levee street to the river. Tbei:i-
zezi along the street near the ditch ha.ea very goid
reason to complain, and new that we have a wide-awake
Sireet CommUsioners they ezpeet Liza to
aueau to tneir neceuiues as soon as poib!e.
Republican Qlub Proceedings,
': CU"8 R005t3,iiay 18 th.
Club met puroaat to call. '.
President Jco.L. Carson, in the Chair.
S. ii. Rich , Secretary, pro. tern.
On motion a Committee of throe was aonointed to
4 t - . . . . . - r r - T - - - - -
I arait rcoiution eipreiiire of tho souse of the
i brreupon tbe Ubair appointed as such Commit
tee Ii. LI. Atliiijon. DeFormt Porter and S. M.
The Committoo reported tho following resolution :
Kcnolctd, Tuat oa the Republicans of Nemaha
County ia uuds convention aweiabied, do hereby en-
d Te tbe action of those Senators who vt od that
Acd.ew Johnaon was guilty of high crimes add mis
demeanors iu oS -e. and w deprecate the action of
tbOM wbo voted foracuuiltal.
After much diwutiiua tio above res. lation was
On mi tion. the neerotary was direotel to dispatch
to our Delegation at tho Chicago Convention, the
On motion, the President of the Club was direct
ed to i.sus a call for a ma.19 meeting to be held in
Browuville, May Oth, 18 :8, to ratify the OUteana
National Republican nominees.
On motion it was resolved that tbe Club adopt as
a suitablo resolution at this time, the old soneom
mending with the line ' Old Grimes is d;ad, ' Ac.
Ou motion the Club adjourned to mt again on
next tueoday evening. J. u. CAKau.x,
S. M . RlCU, Secretary. " ' : Pre".J-nt.
Fiuancial and Commercial.
May 20, 1863.
Go'd bat remained steady, notwithstanding the
exciting impeachment news closing at '32.
Governments are in fair demand and fhia. Tbe
following are tha quotations :
d,, now. IOS::SlUii Jl : do O. lua5iMlOi. lUe
AssU'.arjt Tro.isurer redeemed $1 l.&U.OUU ot coup.n
intercut notes with S percent, eortifi sates, and paid
out S1CO.O0U in currer.cr, in odd amounts of accrued
intcri.-t. Tbe compound notes wero chicCy turned
in ly banks. He bougut no 7.J3s :
A Philadelphia, exchange says
Th G..v-rnment bond market maintains its
strength. One cause of this firmness a the gold-
bearm? bunds is tee near prospects taat me iuna-
ing process will s.icn be at an end ; olar as tni.
class of bond, is cencornd. abould a new secret ,
y come into administration, it is not unlikely that
he lore-neglected sinking fund of 1862 will be es-
tablished, the application to which of a considerable
nart of the Dresent heavv zold balance in the Treas-
urv wt uld enable the Government to buy up and
extinguish the principal of the old ve-twentie?
nearlv oronitea.4 last as the new bonds are created
by :be conversion of the 7.30 per cents, due in
June and July, so as to keep the grand total f the
jr-ld -bearing fuoded djbt within $3,0Q0,CU0,O00 .
Tbe sinking fund has been wfcoliy ignored, ana ido
hole principal dirC-.uragea uy me presoui oecre-
larv: tut it is understoo mat neis not opp sua m
a relaxation it the national banking system so as to
make its circulation essentially free or flexible to
suit tbe van ins demand and wants of the whole
country from season to .eason, tne circulation w rise
- . ii 1
with the m cement of tae eropj, ana to iau auring
the dull months of the year, wtien currency returns
uton the banks or their correspondent s in the great
cities for redemption.
Flour Winter "8 sack ' 50f8 CO
Spring y jfaek
u Buckwheat 9 lb
CTn f? bushel
Meal V bushel
Ba con Hams lb
" Side. j3 lb
Canned Lard ft Tb
Golden Syrupy gal
Sugr Hue Moliwe fi
Sugar New Yoik A.B-
lirown p To
Cffco Javi To:"
" Rio lb
Cheese N. Y Factory H B
Country f) lb
fca Tmiterii! 3 lb---
Blaek v t)
Y..nn r II tf,in Tb
Z tidies fi lb
l..,.l llr.u.l 53
Groen y bushel
Driod Heaohe 2)
Coal Oil V gl"-?
& -l-.a t "
Butter ? !b
lleanv Noue in market.
Picke.s d x
. 4 50
. 3 00
. 0 50
- 4 00.
Lumber Cottonwood y IP00
M -Pino -
Shingles Ctt..nwood ICOO---
Lath Cottonwood 1003 "
Hides Dry S"" "V "
Bcaper and -: Slower !
WALTER A. WOOD
Reaping & Mowing MacTriiie
HO OSXC FALLS, 5T. Y,
This machine was awarded the
First Grand Prize,
- THE IMPERIAL CROSS,
of the Lesion of Honor, asd two grand Gold Medals st
Paris Exposition of 1867,
' and Is pronounced the
Best HacMne in t&e World.
Catl and at a Pamphlet irtnnj cnU of Mich Lacs and
iu parts, lth deUils as to superiority
ROBERT TEARE &. CO.,
83-tf ' Sole Agents.
WANTED. In everr countr ia the United States,
A GOOD MAN to sell br sample.
Chamberlain! Combination Square,
Plumb, Level and Bevel.
The greatest invention cf the eve. and one that every
Mechanic Workman and Farmer in the land iu tny.
Send adire w.th nms S-t Conntjr ai.d P et Office
, pUlnl rTT,uei. aLd we will send circu ar and terms
V- ff. BATCEELPSa CO., Pittsburg, Pl
Coupons, of 1S31. 113(3H4; do V.2, 109
iCSUfda-'M,- 107!07:d.i 65.
s, m?r r
JrMQrJ : - m " "' Tuesday, June 9th. 1S6S.
- frf - HJ ; llvVJ ahont Three Dundred Lots in said town, being the nnmr
Qip ef -JiT' 'C&i5?'JfiJ. ber unsold at the time Of ttie aujournmept of the sale
crJ ' yyi'-'..iigfo)ji last fait : The lots are appraii-ed.'and will be sold to
s irf "rQ if H , t lbe bighwt caeh bidder above the appraisement. .
- Lincoln Is the Capital of Nebraska,
- C. AULTIXAI & Go's ;
THE ONLY CEXriXB ..
C. AULTMAlf, -
. . . Cantca, Ohio.
Hehst n. TaTtoa,
Gcn'l Western Ag't.
TVO STYLES OF HORSE POWERS.
t ' ' - -
The Improved "Carey" Power,
(Doth eight and ten horse.) -
" (Both eight and ten horse.)
A laadahls tmbitisn exists among threshers to " ottii
he lest machine ia the neighborhood."-- Hotting is -
nora dieagreaalla to them than to lave farmers coa
Iain that their work Is not properly flone, et to lose
Talnatla time ly reason of treaiajtK, and tiey caa-
uct be too carafal Eelacting a machne, - - ;
Tho SweepstuVes rs tb accredfted fcead
of the Threshing Machine family, and iuwprrtor
stnncth, durability, simplicity, eas of draft, style
if tiniih, and capacity for threshing aat cleapin
(rrain faster and better than any other in tho world,
are acknewledged. , . ,
Tl3 great reputation achieved liy.tb.Ia
favoriTo niac-Iiiuehas led several unscnipulom mann
vnctnrers, and numerous agents, to attach t lie nam
Swekpstaees,' In one way and another, to thcii
machines, and advertisements to mislead and deccivo. -
This is the essence of meanness down
right piracy, and sailing onrter false eolrs. To
avoid the counterfeit, seo that evry macliinn has
the card, " C. A U MM AX 4 CO., MajiurACTtBrjis,
Can.a, O.'i.i.'.'ln pilt letters, conspicuously oa both
sides of tho Separator.
The Genuine Sweepstakes enables tho
thresher to pick his customers, seidom stops for r-
pairs, lats ipucn longer than others, haves much
grumbling and vexation, (los the same amount of
work with les labor, and enables him to select the
best and most profitable jots.
The farmers give it a preference, and
often, an extra price per bushel, because it threahes
cl-an from the ht-ad! s-paratM perfectly from the
straw, cleans fit for market without waete. Saves all
Hie grain, does its work with the utmost spei-d, safe
ty ami economy, and does not keen a cans of men
ud icaais about them on expense - -
The elecant "Patent Pivot Sida Oaiw-
ls to bo found only on thebwixreraxxs.
Our " Patent Cleanine Armaratna n en
able the operator to control the direction of the
blast, and position of the selves, and clean eitbei
neavy or iitit grain, without waste, as fast as ft
an be thrwhed, the chuff and dirt being separated
: . l 1 r ... . . ..
toiu iuo grain irors u t:riki in setve at ail, .
Serwrators. ITorsa Powers. Strkw Stack
ers. Gears or Jacks, sold separately, wheu
i;rru. j. wrmrn warranty aenvered witn every
machine. The "SWEEPSTAKES" is usualvavcrv
jcarce article after harvest, and parties should order
Call or send and tret a Tjamnhlet clrcnlar.
giving a full description and particulars, together
with numerous certificates, and the names and resi
dence of over three thousand persona who have
n ugni ana usea the :weepstakei; in Illinois. Iowa.
a;u.. wi !.. . , T- 1
UAUc.vva, n icuuoiii, auu jvanaaa, aione.
For a!e by
THEODORE HILL & CO.,
Xo. 76, McPlieroii'3 Blocli,
n34-3m Brownville, Xehraika.
.rtXaZSQ a-IE -a. nous
ALL' KINDS OF STOCK.
Horses Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. Stock
Uoartleu. py tue uay or W eeac.
MY STABLES are stacked with good horses and
buggies. Persons withinc conveyance to any portion ol
the Nemaha Land District can be acc-jmm dated .
Leaves M Y S T.A B L E S every morning at
10 o'clock, a M. Tassengers or packages safe 7 &n-
veyed. Orrters left with the Postmasters wt! be pro pt-
ly attended to. (x:i3)bm) ' CI1AB.LE3 GEaDB.
Portable and Stationary
SOD A. FOUISrT AIN
Manufactured and soli by tbe Patentee,
5CS A 01 tlx Fortii St., St. Louis, Mo.
This Fountain I admirably adaolei for nse in small
towns and at public caterings Pull directions go with
each, and recipe for making syrups.
Price S J 5. Sc:id tor descriptive pamphlet.
T ' "; ; AND : 1
Has just received and will constantly keep on
Land a large and well solectedstock of genuine ar-
ioie in is line. . .
One Door utst of Grant's Stored Brown
Of Clocks; WatUieiaad Jewelry done on the Short
.. WORK WARRANTED.
Brownville, Nb.. March ttth. 1866. 10-25-ly '
. Adjourned Sale of Lots
THE UNEESSIGNED WUjIj OFFER
For Sale at Public Auction, at Lincoln, Xcbratka,
at 10 a. m. .
is situated in tbe most rertiie region or ixeorasta, ana
at a point apparently designed by nature to be the junc
tion o' not less than foaruf Ore trunk lineaof railway.
It is aujacent to tbe most valuable saline region in tbe
weft, ot which tbe capacity (or luimeusel) profitable
working has already been latisractoriiy tested
About one thousand lots ere sold at publ ic sale last
fall, at prices which ran from 20 to 90 por cent, above
lbe appraisement ; and this spring, so rapid bas beea
the tsetllement and xrowth of th e town, aud so fair aad
certain its prospects, lots have sold seound-handed at
prices trum Three to Six Hundred per cent, in advance
of their cost. The Stale HoUbe, building from tbe pro.
ceeds or the ale last fall, is oppruanbing completion.
It will be ready lor occupation ry septemoei, at which
time the Sta'e Government will be removed to Lincoln.
At the Juue sale there will also be offered a Section
of School Laud, adjoining tho city, iu tracUof a lew
DAVID BUrLta. 1
T.p KKNKAED. Commissioners.
8-9tnd JOHN GILLESt'IK, )
AGKXTS WAXISD TO SELI. THE IIISIOEr
or TB E
TVAR JJETTFEES THE STATES.
Its Causes, Character, Conduct, and Results,
By Hon. Alexander XI. Stephens.
Abookfv all secll ns and all parties. This absorb
ingly interesting book by "Th? GaraT StatlsmaSi'
ot the South, presents the most complete and irapar
tial austy.U of the cau-0 of th war hich has ever
appeared from a Southern pecj it treaU i:hui par
tixauif, aud in tbe utmost moderation of the charao
terf the struggle; and ia its description ot the coo-
duct ot the war, it sives those interior licuta and
shadows of toe conflict only known tothoe faith officers
who watched tb blocd-tide of revolution from iu foun
tain springs, and which were so accsjible to IJr
Stephens from his po6ition as second officer of the Con
federate Plate. The resntu of the war, present and
future, have never been treated by any e ther author.
and Mr. S.ephsus' gTeat abilities have here found their
.The JtHeuse devire ererr wheje mar.ifcuf f d teoburn
thlawoTk. lie oa. ll Cha-arter and ready sa'e. o.m
tiaed with an iucreaaed CJtnmHtoa make it the beet
sub-cr ption book ever published, ami ulert to Agecta
the nnet i ppurtumty t. tnak mvcey ever heard ot in
the bisiury of b.ka
S. n l for dfcscriptivw Civcn'ar and Terms" to Aaents.
Address, ZEISLEtt McCrKDT St. CO .
33- m Lom.ard Bicck, Chic-co. Iil.
ails,Pil3, Weli Iickets,ieivea, 4C., at
iWAy & LEO'S,
la U . j
EimiiA cmiLErs cumuli-
AVE PTiOVEN. FROM TOE HOST AMPLE
Tneriance.an entire soceess: Simple IVotapt
r, Sclent, and tnaoie. iuey aratae on:y aiea
Jcines perfectly adapted to popular cje sosicple
than mistakes cannot be made ia tsing them ;so
harmless as to be free from danger ,and so eScieLt
as to be always reliable. They have raised the
highest commendation from all, and will always
jVos. . Cents.
1. Cures Fevers, Cospestlon, Incarnations
a," Worms, Worm-Fever. Wcrm-CoHc.
CryiDK-Coiic. er Teetniox or iniants,
jDiarrcea of children or aJolla.
DyssBtery Grlpins1, Billions Colle
Neuralsrgia, Toothache. Faceache,
Headaches- Sick-Headache, Vertlga
Dyspepsia, Billions STomach
Surpressed, or painful Periods.
Whites, too prof ued Periods.
Croup. Copgh, d.ffleu'.t Breathins.
Bait Kheun, Krysipelas, H. options
Salt Rheum, srysipeias, Kruptuns.
Piles, biinf; r bleeding
Optlial rsy. and sore or wea lyes.
" CatarrM-iiJUte or chronla. Iafluoa1
Whoop ne Cough, violent Coughs -
Asthma oppressep Breathing
Ear Discharjr.es, inpaird Ujarlng .
Scrofula, euUrged Glands, Swellings
General debility. Pbysicial Weaknejs
Dropsy, and scanty Secie.isns
Sea-Sickness, sicknoaa from xjdlag
Kervous Debility, SeminalHiai3-
eions involoniary Discharges
Fore Henth, Canker
Urinary Weakness, wetting bed
Paictul Periods, with Spasoia
Buffringsat rhane of lifa
Epilepisy, Spasms. St. Vitns' Dace
Diphtheria, clctrated Sore Throat
Of 35 large vials, morocco
caSc,contniniti2 a speciuc
for every ordinary descas .
a family is subject to, aud
a booU qf directions, $10
mailer Famy aad Travelicz cases, wtth
20 to -8 vials
5 to (3
peciflcs for all P rivate'Deases, both for
tJuring ana for treveniave treaimeni
in via ik and pocket cases.
$2 to fS
OF TI1E CELEBRATED
Aie now made by the
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y.
TnESE WELL-KNOWN AXD VERY POPU
LAR COUKiXU STOVKS have been before the
public since 1S52. Eacn succeeding vear had added
to their popiUantr, until tji name has become fa
miliar jn every household in the West anabouln.
The demand for our
ITew Charter Oak
last vear was greater than we eeald supply with the
sizes" then made; anticipating a still greater de
mand during the present year, we bave made pat
tern for several additional sizes,' and are prepared
to manufacture ISO to KJO
CHARTER OAK STOVES.
per day, of
Te guarantee the operation of every stove we
manufacture, and offer aa reference any one or the
manv thousands that have been boUI. wherever
fliev'may be found. Neither labor or expanse has
been spaced to make our NEW CHARTER OAR. 4
PERFECT COOKING STOVE,
and we ofTer it to the trade ;8 the BEST COS
SxRUtrrED, MOT DUKABLK and UMfOUM
Ojwratins COOKING STOVK it, the mwket.
in ad-Ution t oirr:.VrLNslL S10L BLfel
SFS'weare prepared to offer to htove Ueultrs.
Tinsmiths and other in the trade, the lai gi an.
mo-t comulete assortment of Metal
stock in the West, our arrangement witn the fct.
Loui Stamping Company enabW ' ;5"'t VPKU
rftscoutir to larsre buyera of FKLNCII bl AMi LU
TlNi:t IUON'WAUE and Tinners- supplies.
Ilavnsr recentl v reduced the prices of a.l articles or
housekeepers will find it to their interest to send
for Catalogue aud Price List , aud examine our pnea
bel'or purchasing elsewhere. Addr-B
EXCELSXOIt MAXUFG COr,
St. Louis, iliaaourl.
SHELLENBARGER BRO S.
X DEJLXEK3 IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
Embracing all the iQyYjr of t?;e Seison.
Also, a large and well-e!ected stock of
Gems Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS &. SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
n n r t " r- -v -i n
v I 1
"rfsar - W4 S
a ' Sk - aa-ea.Aa sh.' .
Our Goods were bouzht of rst bands, and we
think we can offer such inducements to purchasers
as cansot fail to suit those wishing to buy. Call
and see for yourselves.
All kinds of Produce uten in exchange
for Goods 50
W. H. KIMBERLIN,
OCULIST AND AUBIST.
Vill Treat all Diseases of tie Eye and Ear.
Room it the S.'ar Hotel,
Tenders bis services to thecitixens of this rl:y and
vicinity. May be' consulted attba above place from the
1st to the Htbof each month. And at 'be Salets Hotse,
Sa.em. Richardton county. Xtbi&ika,
from the laib t the laat of each mouth. 12-llly
r a choico a tide of Tea, go to
. SWAN K.:ti-'.
Daniel Francis & Co.,
si a b bile -mim
JEEPS ccpstantly oa band a large assortment
Plain Ornamestal Mcancents. :
The Trade supplied with Blocks and Slats. Sowing
du&e to order. ." r .
ST. LOUIS. MO.
JJ. F. B0TD, igent,
Tfc3 Brovnvilb Transfer Ccn.my
ITudr the management of .
I ITo-w llunainz Ilcgular Oniriibasas frca
EroaYilIeto Uie Ellrcaa temlni
of the Council El uTs and St. Joseph Railroad, at
Xorth Star, Atchisoa County, JIo.
2 miles from- Browning and North SUr Ferry Laadiag.
Good Omnibuses. Close Coanectis:.
3C-tf Charges Moderate.
11- l.. m,mm i i I i iW i i
CIO. O. STAET. A. A. STAAT
GEO, G. START B 110X112111
Dealers in all kinds of '
GRAM I AISD COUHTRY PR0DU35,
ASPiyWALL, SESIi&SKA. . . .
CJ"The highest market price paid for anyth'n the.
Farmer caa raise. We will bry and seP er.ryt'a.tg
kuown to the aiatket.: . vl2-r.;3-lt ,
R. F. BARRETT, ;
' Proprietor ef the x
NEW STEAIJ FEIiltY.EOAT,
BVS SET, and owner of the entiie Ferry Franchise et
Wouidrepectfuiry represent to the Trave:iat Pablle
that they can be .ferried eve? the JL5oart fcier, at
Brownrilie, prmpi'y and without ili'.ty, at all bjiira
in the day time
The capacity of the boat will accotnaiaiate " .
Fitecn .Loaded -Wagons and Teams
(QB 100 HEAD OF BEEP CATtE,
AT ONE TRIP.
XOaVG. IcPljcrson's Elocli. No.lG
DRY . GOODS,
Ladles'- Gent's aa
Forming, perhaps, the
most complete an I ex
tensive atock Orel to
Wbolcaave or Retail
purchasers went of the
llissocri River. ' '
N tver bavin beea
en'titone for extent of
Stock or Fair dealings,
they merit the con3J
enee and patronage et
yA. Xj 2j Z
Ko.lG. 3JcPIicrson3 Ulccli.rfo.TG
DORSEY & BRO,,
Dealers in Men and Boy's .
SL9 y IH13 jj3
HATS and CAPS,
BOOTS AII3 SHOES
Blankets and Umbrellas
Have just received and will keep coa
stantly cn hand a large and well assort
ed stock of the above, and all other ar
ticles in their line, which they offer to
the public at
VERY LOW PEIECS
uiss rrxicB lxach, miss mast a. sixreox
LEACH & SIMPSON,
Milliners & Dress-Makers
Wi.h to inform the ladies of Erownville nl
ticinity that they has ju3t commenced a Erst class
MILLINERY & DRESS-MAKING
"Where work will be done with great care and ceat
nes,and after tll', lrcjt Eastern styles.
Bleaching and Hsj-airii done ia the very latent
stle and on shoft notiee.
Latest stjles of Laiie'sard Children's Hats and
Bonnets constantly kept on hind, alJ- latest pat
terns of Ladie Drt.'es. Cloak?, and Childress clo
thing cut on sh'.rt ntic
Second Snet. between Main Zl Water
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