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fflTflLLE. THURSPA YtMA Y 23,18fi8.
cs:i57wTnAEATON. 124 Pine Street and.
S V VrTsiiiboiiel Agent id m.mmu- roriui
rt '....,! to making collections and purcbas
Tiu nAWXBT i. our authorized Agent to
Tb'criptioD for th rfrCrtr in Jicma-
I1-'' . .,ilM,r authorized Arent to receive
A.:.i,Vn. tor.tb Advertiser, at Clifton.
5bK - oTAl-' tionr atborlied Agent at Aspln-
- " IV II UnAi-.p
fM Tltui ... ...... ,
yrff GOODS at D.Myii.
TRy Wood's Reaper and Mower.
JI5PCL has Studebaker Wagons.
rjsDEL has Two norse Corn r.anters.
CO TO Dorsey 4 Bro's and get a nice Hat.
CLE r'0CK FLorR fctThco- UiIJ 4 Co'B'
D MJ P- F'e Competition I that's his forte I
n; C LETT, Land Agent, Brownville, Nebraska.
fOMEmoreof tbose nne iigaw jnar reeeivea oy
SWAN A BRO.
TWO FL0KE5CE Sewing Machines for sale at
p-pp CIDER VINEGAR, the cennine thinpr, at
EVERYBODY says the Wood Reaper ,nd Mower
tbs best id every respect.
PEORIA STEEL FREAKING PLOWS for sale
rT Sbelieoergcr on
nil i'D SEE a sample of Wood's Reaper
- - njno t nij
MILK TA?iS, Crocks, Jars, etc in great Tanety at
5ID A Bro s.
JOHN' DEERE'S genuine Moline riows.500 at
fbfo. Hill A Co.'s.
CO TO Met wry ickciis ior t amis, uiass,
Will Pspcr and Cheap Drugs.
THE FROWNVILLE CITY MILLS are turning
est Ce n rtiIe r ,our cftn b ttaae.
TY.K1S BREAKING PLOWS 20 J T. A H.
Sajiih 1 Co.'s icsVe at Tbfo. Hill A Co.'s.
. a. ill.
l. O. K. VK liissionary in etiarge oi me
ALL PERSONS indebted to us wi? pla-se call
nd ie t!a immliate'.y. DORSEY A BRO.
Lir.nTXIXO RODS AND PCMPS aMd and put
op, in tewn and county, by Jons C. DitrsKR.
VAT YOU T Crrtinly you My! It is May
vA in fact, rou Let it will pay to trade wi;h
' D. MAY.
A MOVE i on f.-ot to secure a switch from the
C B. A St. Joe railroad to the river opposite this
EUREKA Spring BI Bottoms, the downyest.
lofte't, p'caaiitet and, in the lonr run. oheapt
bed ever invented at McFALL A CO'S.
KILK sr.ld as low as by any j and - no one person
charged more than another, by B. B. Thompson,
SEVERAL INDIANS were in the City Monday.
The Tisits of the"nobl red man" and 'red woman"
ire bMutifulIy diminishing in frequency.
VlTfr. tJj:T$-a!l eo! r? rround a-. rttdj
' t n.f, ?kle ry George iWrkley, C-rrinf, j".
cd II -r Pfcir. ler, oyer V C .st' Trr. St.r.
F0n 11;E. Tie bt.b - vart;r r
tia 3,rft-f 30, 7hiioa cfur.ty, 7 miles from Te
iaaeh. Price $3 per acre. For terms apply to
J. C. McK AUGHTON, Brownville.
fl"EEP XOT, fair dangter of Eve, thy wants are
understood and appreciated, and at prices within
toy means may be tad choice Dress Goods, and any- I
tbingthy heart can long for, at D. MAY'S.
E0RE SUICIDE. Judge Wheeler loftabor?e
lt week in the N $?i.ha river at the site of the old
Wedile Bridge. The hrrse during a fit of blind
fUggerj walked into the river and was drownod.
PEft0XAL. Maj. B. F. Luehbaugh, from
1'arjlsnd, called upon us during the past week.
Corwin Tip on, son of Senator Tipton, has just
arrived from Washington, after a two year's absence.
TCI-.EEKLY STAGE TO BEATRICE. The
Western Staee Company are now running a Tri
Weekly Line of Coaches from this city to Beatrice.
Thisisagoud thing and haa been long needed. We
doultnotthe company will be financially well re
' ALL PERSONS who have not paid their sub
scriptions to the EpiKsopal Church Building fund
are requested to make immediate payment to Wm.
H. Hoover. Treasurer, thereby saving the trouble of
Rector of the Parish of Christ's Church,
NEW GOODS COMI G ! J. L. McGee will re-
turn in a few days from the east with a rousing lot
of New Dry Goods of every description, which he J
cm bought far cash at late red need prices and on
wbich he defies comnetition in rrrard to rricos and I
style of goods. J. L. McGee & Co., will not be
wdersold ! !!
FARM FOR SALE.-40 acres lycg within one
ails of Nemaha City and three miles of Brownville
in cultivation : baa an inexhaustible stream of
lear spring water running through it; a cabin with I
splendid spring of water near by upon the prem
Apply to tf G. W.FAIRIJROTUER.
"'JAN WANT'S BUT LITTLE HERE BELOW,"
jstlereU foreihat little has cost him so much that
h has been forced to "en-small" even on that ; this
time has parsed; in Clothing, Piece Goods, Hats
Caps, Roots, Shoes, etc.. I can fit you out at such
prioei as will warrant every man in going well and
omfurtably clothed. D. MAY
THANKS, to non. J. M.Thsyerfor acopy of the
Political Manuel for '67-'8
To non. John Taffe for various Congressional
To Hon. S.M.Rich for a corr of Putnam's Month
ly, f iom which we publish in this issue an article on
B0Hn nr fij . tn Al.
titr.lart W.J rA .u.i;n, home
Mr. Bowker. at Rulo, was taken to Rulo, and
w preliminary elimination, was oouni over ior
W it the next term of Conrt, and. in default of
, , .... l -
r-. ioagea in w,e jauat eora.am wj.
BBOT mrin . v. u.mnwmr t. r,ast. and
ufator ' plsyed eut, W. T. DEN is now th
Delator of the Corn and Caljco trade, Ac. Ae., Ac.
Havins-U.it..i .v-t.-.-uk . .,mni,t.
tock of Summer Goods. Clotbir Ladies Cat Ac.
Cfcfland see W T DEN.
S.M. ntrvt , r v .- v ;..if
Wirely to tha practice of tases before the Land
ce is alreadv receiving a err fair r.ractioe. and.
w believe, deservedly. He is a good lawyer and
ttl7 be relied on as capable and worthy. Those hav-
"gtcything in this line te attend to will Cni bim
o the Court Honse Building 1st door west side.
EY. D.MAY, the recently appointed pastor of
at M.E. Church, of this rlty, has arrived, and held
n-;cs lat; Sunday, and, we pretame, will have
rt2u',ar services hereafter. We were much plaaiei
. iC" L: manner and sermon laEt Sunday, and be
l,f T lis location hcie will to of great becet to
i-nrfPif(Hoiy one-Tenth r tne range, unerea at a great bargain . For further par-
. i .ud ibe Interest on the June "cuiars inquire of J. J. Pnrcell, at Long Branch P
frl9 T6l,of nroM nrille Street Improve- ' T. II. Fisher, Brown villa.
,fBtBondi,ii PIC-MC Last Saturday Misses Johnson and
SHERIFF PLASTERS, last Saturday, arrested
citv,ayoath, by the namacf Geo. Tatter.
wuo.t, no iwotDerprIon8r. broke fail from PUtt..
mouwi on ma nth, the other two were recaptured at
neDnuiadty. Mr. Plasters has turned Patterson
tw vo ine nnena of Cut county. Mr.IWers is
proapj ana energetio a Sheriff ai this county
has ever had.
'HF!rirvTiir mnn - ......
-...a are indebted o
.h...Ut ic.Mr, A. l . Marsa, for a
, rc.enuai jueoai, whc& may be seen
-t-vuur wu.am mosianjnneaav "when we take
our waia abroad." lie ha ordered an eren bush ai
- f. V. "J;,.! 1. "L" "7 'I
M.n . piaa 0l -snowing
goods" to the serious attention of our merohants !
CHEAP FARM FOR SALE. Lies on Long Branch
18 miles west of Aspin wall, contca 140 acres. Most
of it bottom, half or more under cultivation, some
uiEDeranaa good dwelling house and other Jm-
provements. In a good settlement, and eood stock
vrey, teachers in the Union .School of this city t
gave their Departments a Pio-Nic, aad from the little
folks we learn that they had a very pleasant time,
and plenty cf good things to eat. These Teachers
bave certainly succeeded in getting the esteem and
love of their scholars, and we n?ver knew of chil
dren making more rapid progress,
IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE. I will se'.l an
improved farm of ICO acres, 9 miles, west of this
city, for f 4.003. It has a hedge fenoe all around it
and is hedged in 40 acre lots; each forty has run-
ing water on it ; with aNo. 1 dwclline house, eood I
bara and tenant house on the premises.
160 acree of the best land in Nemaha County 14
miles west of Erownvnie at Z4 per acre.
THE SAL;3 of the great dry goods house of
Field, Lei ter & Co., for the year ending May 1st, J
reaches the large sum of $9,799,470, whih exceeds
mat or any otuer bouse here over two and a qttar-
ler minions, ana is surpasses tn ixew lorn oy only
to houses. It is larger than any four houses in
ct t;. r;-:.T, rkiM v..
w u y ua ui puuu c"kor"-"'-'cuy' 4rlwn"
AKg. to notice inai ite journey I
"School Master" is "at home." In his las', issue be
pitches into us for our notiae of his blunders, and,
in bis ansorit style, spcass or ine "averiuer ana
pvvui.itrg, cana up.u tun Kw ocu-o m """s"
KeyHdoli" to excuse his blunders, and then ca.ls for
a railroad meeting the 0ih and gets out his paper
ontbeZIstl "U rn t lay t tie nattering unction 10
yoursonl," neighbor, that the "boys of trie Alver-
I-.. . .r z -J.I
u$er wiiimaKeaprapiioeoi-nuniing mputuu-
1 . m .1 t J J ? I
lacuoie saeet. ior me ammuniuon airjauj uSoa is
wonn mnre man tne game. uwmBmn
make a "botch in quoting his own article 1
LECTURE. Prcf. Wilson, not having reached
herein time to Lecture lat evening, will deliver his
first Lecture this, Thursday, evening, on the Flarmo
nial Philosophy m-re generally known as Spirit
ualism. Mr. Wilson has the reputation or being.
one of the most able and eminent Lecturers upon
that subiect in the Cnit-d States. This will be
something new in our city, and a rara opportunity
to investigate, and test, to some extent, a subject of
which many have a curiosity to learn. These lec
tures are not delivered for profit, as the professor
charges only enoogh to pay expenses, and the charge
at thedoor will be light and only sufficient to pay
this and nothing more. The Lecttire will be deliver
ed at McPherson's old Hall.' r' : (' j! :ture to
morrow and Saturday ever '-
during the past in
citement whpr. ?
Nation tf G
yet no gre.
of Nemaha t '
jirj.( ini ,
beinz soli t
yet we cacr
call and ex; i. .
sortment of Fur'
in onr line.
the waLts of tli
shall not be unc
Platte or North if
our own goods, and c
r ; .-a triaas
' - article
i i? to yea. So
J 'j c ie petition
sell. Leave your moi, j
reft, in preference to L
men. If we cannot sell yoi.
cheap as any other man, we.
come all ye who wish to bu.
from all quarters.
McFALL i CO.,
BroT z x ;I!e, Nebraska.
TO TIIE PEOPLE OF NEMAHA
d a ri.ro IN
ING COUNTIES. We have ope
and Retail Furniture House in Nebr
we expect to do business, and , by making oi.? j
ower than any house this side of St. Louis, we ex-
to cdtnmand the trade of all South Flatte-
jjny have been buying in St. Joseph and other
points on the Missomi river, paying aemucSormore
,r, m,ll far nearer home Uur stock is large ana
complete, and we aareyou tie will always keep up
with the times in stock and prices, len yeats ex
perience in the business and large cash purchases
enable us to sell goods low or lower than any
bouse in the West. We want your trade and ask
y0U to examine our stock.
A. A. ARRISON CO-
Nebraska City, Neb.
THE AMERICAN FARMER'S HORSE BOOS,
publii-hed at Chicago by J. S.Go man at Lo, at
Cinci nnati by C. F Vincent, nnd at Philadelphia and
St. Louis by Zeigler, MeCurdy 4 Co., is-certan ly the
most complete work on the subject ever published.
Embracing, in addition to the subjects usually treat
ed of in similar works, a full description of the causes
n,t nature of several diseases peculiar to the Ameri
can horse, together with oiginal, simple and effective
modes of treatment, including those of somediseas-
es heretofore considered incurable ; and,al?o,an ex
tended treatise on stock raising and stock manage
ment. The whole especially ad apted to the use of
J the Farmer, and so compiled as to be clear to the com
prehension cf all. No fa rmer can afford to do with
out a copy. Houston Russell has obtained the sole
Agency for this county which be will thoroughly
caavass, and for the benefit of horse-flesh we hope
niKnTtndv and practice it. lianas
them published in both English andGennan.
i . .
YZRXJ ITEM3.-Is Thursday John Patterson
bad stolen from the drawer till cf his store some
$22.50, eonsistin,? of four fire dollar bills, and soma
change. Mr. Patterson was engaged
throuzb the day and, on taking in one of the five
dollar bills, had daubed painton it at the right hand
corner. Immediately oa mis ing the money t Be
t'61 !1 btt8iBe9S men of pora wtch fo
I Mrtaia five dollar bill, marked as described with
raint. and let him know if offered at their counter
In tha afternoon of tha same day airs, a.t,
the Missouri side oi r.v.r, 6u.
of Mr. Burns and offered this $5 bill in payaent
After she left the store, Burns took the hill to 1 at
lersen. who immediately identidad it as Lis, with
caint on it as described. Mrs. Medley was sought
.v w,,0.r aha ot the bill ; she first said
she bad never had it ; Burns was brought and con
vf u ws avi'Va -
Timed her that be took it in payment CI oeriin
artit. Sha then siLl h mut have Uken it of
Kawlcy as charge for a flO bill in payment oi cerr
tain articles the got there. Hawleyconvineea ner
that it wju a five dollar bill else let bim flare, auer
whioh she thicks it wm the cce she j'i;kei up cn
I Festival for the benefit of IValmrt Grove
The Ladies of tha He miter Anwi.tinn Tiara
concluded to hare a Festira! for the benefit of the
Cemetery, at McPherson's New Eall.cn Toesdav
evening June 9th', 1S63.
Committee Appointed to Solicit Aid: Miss IX.
licPhe.r.nn. !Tr V. W Tt,.. u,. t.; t;.
I ' " ---
N. Nelson, Miss Annie Bunting, Mrs. Crane, lira,
Uoovor, Miss Mary Blackburn.
Committoor TaUe : Mrs. Gates, Mrs. JIcFberson
Mrs. Lett, Mrs. Jamla
faon, Mrs. Dill, Mrs. Denser.
rnj?!'"' Mr,. lU.ny, llrs.Uoss,
Mrs.BritiEever, Mrs. Rainy, Mrs.Rossell.Mrs.Brat-.j
ton, tort. Harsh, HUs A$is? UcCord, Mrs. Furnas,
Mrs. Barret, Mrs. Deurar and Mrs. Thurnaan.
Committee to Solicit Aid are requested to meet at
Mr. McPherson's on Saturday eveningnext.
A RICH SCENE transpired in our Land OSce j
during a trial last week. The case was one in which
an "apparently" single man and single woman had
emigrated and, ccidently, taken adjoning Home
steads. For a while' they stayed, or seem?d to stay,
asunder, but finally concluded to merge their Home
steads in the holy bonds of wedlock, -and were, or
seemed to were, married, when some ungodly mm ,
without fear of "putting asunder what God h-Uh
joined together," jumped her quarter, over which is
the present oontest. During the examination the
attorney for the jumper went for ;he husband on
the date of the marriage, which did not seem to
correspond with the ostensible western marr'aze.
At this point of the examination, without previous
notioe, the husband made a bolt for the doer and
for the brush in North Brownrille; to hide his
bashfalness at speaking of his mairiage to a woman
"before folks." Uutband returned next morning.
the trial went on, and who holds the woman's quar-
ter J?t the question.
MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE B
Ft. K.t P. R. R. May 22d, 1868, Board met pur
suant to call. John McPherson, President, in the
Joseph Smith. Engineer of th Company, made
a report of his prehmiaary survey, (which will be
found on our 2d page.)
The Financial lr.nf rrrt .t ,r,mmt.
t , ... . .
eioners oi uonnson county nad agreed to submit a
proposition to a vote or the people of the County to
subseribe $1,200 to aid in making a Survey of the
B. Ft. K. A P. railroad, that the Commissioners of
Gage County have agreed to submit a similar pro-
position to give $1,200, and that Jefforson County
would submit a similar proposition to cive $750
i Dal tao Uounty of Nemaha had subscribed $1000
and her citiiens had subscribed $350.
On motion, resolved that we proceod to make a
permanent Survey as soon as funds are raised.
0n motion, resolved that the Financial Airent ba
requested to raise $1,500. individual substitution
from theeitiiens of Nemaha County.
On motion, resolved that the President and as
miny of tha Board of Directors as can make it con
venient will attend a railroad Miss Maering at Te-
cumsh on Saturday, May 30th, at 2 o'clock, P.M.
On motion adjourned.
JOHN McPHERSON, Pros.
J. W. Blackburn, Seo.
WEIGHING ON THE FARM. A half bushel
measure is considered indispensable by every firm
er, lie does not soil bis potatoes or irrain. raeismr
at the C0DtenU of tho bin or the ;la oa the floar
it must be measured. With thisinstrumeat athani.
he may kjp.ow just how much corn is fed to the hog
and poultry; how many oats to the horses; how
much seed is sown upon the land, and many other
pqints equally valuable to know,. Bat a good weigh
ing scale is possessed by comparatively few, al
though its use wouid in many ways be even more
valuable than that of the half-buihel. For in-
I -nee. in sell inr live stock, the weizht is usually
'vnhttd by the. .drover or, butcher buying at the
'-' d r. .' -rg- exf-"ri?n.;9 e:-::L!-.s tlu layer
' " v C ' TT'-' f e. t - I thss
. t s; t. w-e. A C'-.l Fa: i L..r.;4g sij.D
. rases le w-uiJ n t its cost inaf.-w such
'... The weight of wool, butter aud other
iucts, should be ascertained at home, to pre-
ikes and dishonesty in weighing after the :
reben sent to m.irbet. I no weight f grain
1 , the gain of cattle under different system;
j, exactly when an animal ceases to in-
- J'eeding, and mwj other important facts
! y be determined by havire a roud scale. It
partof the furniture of every larm. Fsir
iieshave bern named in this connections
cly reliable, naving been adopted rs the
i this end other countries. Cultivator
jial and Commercial.
teen no charge worthy of note in the
. The closing price is 133J-
? arehixher, and more active, havirg
1 " cent, throughout the whole list.
k in the Chicago platform has un-
tiiis . lueuifc.
all be fi :
loss the f
and afte- '
jmj loin. AO avoia aeiay nnu
th culd be made immediately. On
.ne Isti'a conversion 'Will be made into j
'enroll nfT TTolders therefore wh
Coupon otT. uoiders, tnereiore, wu
. .. . . i ,. . .i i
in tue present momn win gam uuu
1 ' t. at the present price of gold.
. . .
Flour Winter $ sack $7 50?3 00
Sprinc 9 sack
ft 00 6 50
7 0 I
Corn 3 bushel
Meal V bushel
Uacon Hams ! Ib
" Shoulders lb-
Canned Lard BE)
Goldou Syrup gal
SugT House Molasses gal
Suijar New York A. V fi."
Brown ) lb
Coffee Java ?) Ib
Rio 1 lb
Cheese N. Y. Factory lb.
" Country lb'.-
Tea Imperial ? lb
" Black t lb---
u You ng Hy son & fi
Apples uned J Tb
44 Green bushel
Dried Peaehe 2
Potatoes $ bushel
Coal Oil y gal
Ejrgs $ do...
u Sets 1$ qt-
Poan4--None in market.
Salt $ bbl
Pickels )d s
Lumber Cottonwood 1000
Shingles Cottonwood 1000
Lath Cottonwood 1000
Pine fi 1000
Wood cord -
Hides Dry V 2 .
i 20 00
. 45 00
.. .. .. .45 00
'. 8 00
T S3 mr77m E5 Xa 2L 2 !
Has just received and will constantly keep on
hand a large and well selecteastocK oi genuine ar-
jolesin is line.
One Door tees of Grant's Store, Broicn-
Cf Clocks: Wichesnd J e.weir j done oa the short-
Brownville. Neb.. March 15th. 1S. 10-55-ly
Uarriaeo and Celibacy.
AFS9T OF WARSIW .ND ItfSTHrCTIOX TO
Yonig Mkk. Alsw, Diseases and Abuses which
TrmaaontlT prostrate the Vital Powsrs, with sure
mean ofreuef. Sent Free of Ch arse, ia sealed
lelUr envelopes. 'Addresj, "
- Dr. J.SKI1.LLN HOUGHTON,
Eoward Asioclatics, rhiladelj Lia, Pa.
Jutiary, lit 1867. 1-y
C. AULTIIAIT s Go's
TUB pXXY GISTJIITB
C. AnTKiH, I IIiaT IT. Tatlcs,
lianuf;icturer, I Gtjn l Western Ag't,
Canton, Ohio. Chicago, III.
TWO STYLES OF HORSE POWERS.
Tho Improved "Carey" Power,
(Both eight and ten hone.)
TIIE COMPELS ATTTTQ " PQ WEB,
(Both eight and ten horse.)
A Lrc&alls ambition exists among threshers to " ewa
t best machine b the neighborhood." ITotilag la
more disagreeable to. them than to have farmers com
plain that their work, is not properly done, ox to lesa
valuable time by reason of breakages, and the caa
aot 18 too carefal in selecting a machiie.
The Sweepstakes rs the accredited bead
of the Threshing Machine family, and its superior
strength, durability, simplicity, ease of draft, style
of finish, and capacity for threshing and cleaning
grain faster and better than any other in the world,
are acknowledged. .
Tho great reprrtation achieved by this
favorite machine has led several unscrupulous manu
facturers, and numerous agents, to attach the nam
"Sweepstakes," in one way arfd another, to their
machines aijd advertisements to mislead and deceive.
This is th.o essence of meanness down
right piracy, and sailing under false colors. To
avoid the counterf -ft. see that every machino Las
the card, "C. ADLTMAN A CO., Mantjf actus iks,
Canitn, Ohio," in ptft letters, conspicuously on both -.
sides of the Separator.
The Qcntiine Sweepstakes enables the
thresher to pick his customers, seldom stops for re-
pairs, Lists mnch longer than others, saves mnch
grumbling and vexation, does the same amount of
work tv it li less labor, and enables him to select the
Lest and most profitable jobs.
The farmers 'give it a preference and
often an extra price per bushel, because it threshes
clean from the h-ads, separates perfectly from the
straw, cleans fit for market without waste, saves all
the grain, does its work with the utmost speed, safe
ty and economy, and does not 'keep a gang of men
ud teams about them on expense.
The elegant Patent Pivot Side Gear"
Is to be for. ad only onthe SwEErsraKis.
Our "Patent Cleaning Apparatus" en
ables the operator to control the direction of the
blast, and position of the seives, and clean either
neavy or lijrht grain, without waste, as fast as It
an be thrashed, tho chaff and dirt being separated
from the grain beor it ttrilet the stive at all.
Separators, Horse Powers, Straw Stack
ers, Gears or Jacks, sold separately, when
desired. A written warranty delivered with every
machine. The " SWEEPSTAKES " is usualy a very
icarce article after harvest, and parties should order
Call or send and get a pamphlet circular,
giving a full description auf particulars, together
with numerous certificates, ajid the fames and resi
dence of over three thousand persons who have
bought and used the Swmpstakbs in Illinois, Iowa,
llinneaota, Wisconsin, and Kansas, alone.
For taie by
THEODORE HILL & CO.,
IVo. 16 McPlierson's Block,
n31 - 3m
Ueaier la . . .
KINDS OF STOCK.
Horses nought, Sold, or Exchanged. Stocf.
Uoarded by tue Lfay or Hcea.
MY STABLES are stocked with good horses and
bnpies. Persons w ishing conveyance to any portion of
the Neinaba Lund District can be accommodated
The FEPtl) and BROWNVILLE CO 1CU
Leaves MX STAHlittS every m-rning at
10 o'clock, a. M. Passengers or packages safejr con
veyed. Orders left wiili the Postmasters will te pro npt-
ly attended to. (xii316m) CHARLES (iEADE.
Adjourned Sale of Lots
Tinil' UNEERSIGNED WILL OFFER
For Sale ai Public Auction, at Lincoln, Nebraska,
at 10 a. m.
Tuesday, June dlh, 1S6S,
hnnt Thron riiiniired Lots in said town, being the num-
ber nnsoid at the time of the adjournment of thp sale
last fall The lots are appraieu, ana win oe soia w
hiehest cash bid.ler above the aDpraisemeni.
LlnC(,in js tIie capital of Nebraska,
an, - i was founded by authority or tue Legislature, iv
s:tnatea in the mo rent ie region or
.t . iu,lni nmrontrr iatiaTpA hv nature to be the lnnc-
tlon 0, not iesa than four -f ftve trunk lines of railway.
1' adjacent to the most yaloaoie aaiine region in ine
r.r,acitv for immeneeli profltable
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worKing has already been tausiacioriiy lesieu
About one tnounana iota w er boiu v iiuum i i
fail, at prices which ran from 20 to 60 por cent, above
the appraisement; and this spring, so rapid has been
tha settlement and erowtb. of th e town, and so lair and
certain its prospects, lots have said second-banded at
..ir rmm Throe tnSiT Hundred per cent, in advance
.heir cost. The State House, building from the pro-
ceeds oi be sales last fall. Is approaching completion.
it will be ready ior occupation nj aepicuiuci , u.
time the Sta'e Government wm Deremoveai uncoin.
At the June sale there will also be offered a Section
of School Land, adjoining the city. In tracts of a lew
DAVID BTJiLKR, l
x. p KBNNARD, Commissioners.
2S-9t nd JOHN GILLEdf IK, J
"WO OD ' S
licapcr and lower !
WALTER A. WOOP
Reaping & Mowing Macli
IXOOSXC Ie. Y,
.This machine was awarded the.
First Grand Prii
THE I3irERIAI- CllOSS,
of tbe Legion of Honor, and two grand Gold Med
the '" - . ' .
Paris Exposition of 18G
and is pronounced tho
Cf II and gt a rani-hlet giving cU of Macbine;
its j arts, witL c'p'.ai'.s as to superiority
RQllEUT TEAHE & CO.,
Nails.IVila, Well Bucket?, Seives, Ac, at
' riWAK & Llii
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ii iaa 1 II
SEPARATOR AND CLENER.
Ilasufactured and Sold "by
TIIE trial of ttis machine at various County and
State Fairs, and the judgement of everyone who
eeos and ns it, unite in pronouncing Brio kernoofTs
CornShelier the best ever invented. With it a mac
can shell his crop of corn at his leisure wUhout an as
sistant, and thereby save in a short time more than the
vst ct a She! ler.
Thia Corn Shel ler has taken the first premlnm for
tbrea years past at the New. York State Fair, when
but partially perficted. Itbas since been brought to
a decree of perfection, whi. h makes it complete.
The following is the report of the Jndes on this
machine, at the great trial of Agricultural Implements
beld at Auburn, N. T. In July. 18HS. under the aus
pices of the New Tork State Agricultural Society :
Among the machines on exhibition wai a Hand Corn
Shelter, Separator and Cleanei, exhibited by J. Brink
erhoff, Auburn. N X We have carefully examined
and thoroughly tested this machine, and have no hei
tatlon in pronouncing it the BEST COR.V SHELL Kit
WU IYER SAW. It readily adapts itself to ears of
any size or shape, shells clean, and wiih great rapidity
and ease, and the same operation separates tbe corn
from the cob, and the chaff from the corn, and delivers
the corn read; for market ; and it requires bnt the la
bor of eut one person to operate it. The whole affair
is simple In construction and durable.
J. S. GOULD. Pres N. T. State Ag. So.
B. P. JOHNSON, Sec. ' "
S. ROBISON, Ag. Xd. N. T. Tribune,
B. X. TODD, Times.
Report ef Agricultural Fair Committees, and pin
Ion of Agribaltnral and other Journals, mieht be cited
at great length, but we con teat ourselves with tbefol.
lowing letter as capping them all :
(Copy cf Letter from U. S. Agent for Parit Vnier
eat Exposition X
V. S. Agency for Paris Universal Kxpositien.
No. 4SPjrk Row, Time Banding.
New Tol, Pec. 8th, 1866.
VS. J. BUIXrEIiHOFF, Riq Dear Sir : Sfy Ad
Committee, appointed t.fselect Implements for
exhibition at the Universal Exposition in Paris, iu
1667, have se'ected and rocommended to me,. your
CORN SHELLKR as tbe best tn America.
I have accepted their report, and will forward your
Sfceller, If delivered here, ready for shipment on or
before January 1, 1367. Tonrs Truly,
J O. DERBY, U S. Agent, ke.
Trice 525 and $30,
According to finish and size of balance wheel.
Sample shelters shipped on receipt of the price and
warranted to give satisfaction , or the Machine will be
taken back and the money refunded upon notice within
a reasonable time. Address
WM. T DEN, Ag't,
18-23-dnm f Brownville, Nebraska.
JOHN L. CARSON,
85 A" EM
Exchange bought and sold on all the principal
Cities. Also, dealer m Gold and Silver Com,
Gold Dust aad
Deposits received, payable at sight.
Interest paid on time Deposits by especial
agreement Taxes paid for ncn-resident3.
All kinds r,f
D S. BONDS WANTED
JOHN L. CARSON.
J. V. D. PATCH,
.Manufacturer and Dealer In
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
Silver and Silver-Plated Ware Constantly on hand
all varieties of Spectacles. Repairing done in the
neatest style, and at short notice. Charges moderate
Work warrantrd. City Ding Store,
EROWSVILLE, JS'FBRASK A
MRS. J.-M. GRAHA1M,
TEA CHER OF 'MUSIC.
LESSONS CIVEN ON THE PIANO, ORGAN,
MELODEON. CUITAR AND VOCALIZATION.
Having had eight years experience at Teacher of
Music in New York it confident of giving satisfaction.
Room? Main, bet. 4'h & 5'h sts.
o-ly EROWXriLLE. NEBRASKA.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Embradugallthe ijmiri T1CQ ' th SeMon'
A'jo, a large and well-selected stock of
Gents7 Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS AND OAFS.
4-1 n r- t s- Nrtn n r t
Our Goods were bought of first hands, and we
think we can offer such inducements to purchasers
as cannot fail to suit those wishing to buy. Call
and see for youre.ves.
All L-inds of Produce taken ia exchange
for Goods 50
W. H. K1MBERLIN.
OCULIST AND AURIST.
AYul Treat all diseases ot ire eye ana tar.
Rooms at the Star Hotel.
Tenders his services to tbe citizens of this city and
Vicinity. May be consulted at tha above place Iron the
1st to tbe If th of each month. And at the Salem Honse,
Sdiem, Richardson county, Nebraska,
from the 10th to the last of each month. 12-1 Hy
TAr a choice a tide of Tea, go to
J? SWAX k BRO'.
Daniel Francis & Co.,'
M 0 1ST U M E N T A. I,
jgEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment
Plain and Ornamental Monuments.
The Trade snr'ied .with Bl-xlts and Slals
oae to orier.
ST. LOUIS, ?,IO.
31. , BOYD, Aent,
The Brovnvilla Transfer Company.
Under the macasenietit of
JACOB HOG EH 3
Is iro-w. Harming Eagular Omaibtisei trczx
CroTvnTlllelotlic EallrorJ tcrhlnl
of the Council BlnffS and St. Joseph Railroad, at
North Star, Atchisoa County, Ml,
2 miles from Bro'Tiville and North Star Ferry Land;:,
Good Omnibuses. Cins. Connections.
SO-tf Charges Moderate
A. A. STAJiT
GEO. G. START Cc EltOTIIEI
Dealers tn all kinds of
GRAIN AND CQUIITRY FHOBUSc,
ASP IN WALL, X TB R ASK A.
53" The highest market price paid for anything tha
Farmer can raise. We wl bey and sel' erery thing
xuown to the market.' vl2-n23-tf
R. F. BARRETT,
Proprietor "of the
NET7 STEATJ FERRY BOAT,
SET, and owner of tho entire Ferry Franchise at ,
respectfully represent to the Traveling Pnblia
- . r : . . .... 1 f- . a.
that they can be rernei, over vao aywun .ici.
Brownville, promptly and withoet dalay, at all hours
in the nay time
The capacity of the boat will accommodate
Flltecn Loaded Wagons aad Teams
OR 100 HEAD OF IiEEK CATTLE,
AT ONE TRIP. B:o-u
Xo.G. JjcPlicrson's IJIocIi. Xo.lG
TIIZO. HILI S; CO.,
Ladies' Gent's aa
Forming-, perhaps, the.
most complete and ex
tensive tock3srel t- -AShoiesave
porctasers '4 of Ilia
M;sc"iri K.ver. '
Never hivir-s t-a
ent'i.'.na lor ex.ciit oi
Stot k or r air dealiniti,
Uiey merit theoo3
ence and patrortage fit
Xo.lG. McriiersonN lllicli.jio.lO.
DOSSEY & BRO.,
Dealers in Men and IJjy'a
HATS and CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Blanket3 and Umbrellas
Have just received and vi ill keep coa
stantly on hand a large and well assort
ed stock of the above, and all other ar
ticles in their line, which they cer to
the puhlicat . ' .
VERY LOW PEIECS
133 MART A. SnaTSCTT
LEACH fi SIMPSON, ;
Milliners' & Dress-Makers
Wish to inform the ladies of Brownville and
vicinity that thej has just commenced a first class .
MILLINERY & DRESS-MAKING
"Where work wEl be done with great care and neat
ness, and after tbe latest Eastern stjlej.
Bleaching and Repairing done ia the very latest
Btle and on short notice.
Latest Etj les of Ladic's and Child rea s ITiti aal
Bonacts eoH;'.aDt:y hc-Kt on h'A, a!'o l-.tn pt-,
trr s of Laaies Dr6o, toiki,ani CL".lr:a3 c'.3
thing cut on sliort stloa . , .
Second Street, between Maia frc V"al3r
' EJlOWjfFILLE,. XEflR.iSKA. '
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