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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1868)
elELb ft EATON, m Pine Street and
8??1L.LIAM8.' ietawt St, X. JE. cor. ttk.
-6 Uieeinoied Agent in 8t. Lonla for thl
w r" ,n attend to making collection andpurchas
rjLLlAM HAWXBY ie oar authorized Agent to
ive subscriptions for the Adcertiter in'ema
A IIawlet ionr authorized Acent to receive
fj,tioiii for the Advertiser, at CUiton.
' GKO G. STAT Is our authorized Agent at Afpia-
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pRY GOODS MARKET, read it.
yiCE LOT of Shoes at Hackney's.
TISEEL has Stodcbaker Wagons.
TISDEL has Two Borse Corn Planters.
CO TO Dorsej & Bro's and get a nice Hat.
GLEN" F.OCK FLOUR at Theo, Hill & Co's.
P.Kaj D Fies Competition ! that'i his forte !
CANVASSED HAMS and Beef at Swan St Bro's
rj. C. LETT, Land Agent, Brownville, Nebraska.
fELF-SEALIXQ FRUIT JAE3 at Swan 4 Bros.
WHITE FISII,Iackeral, Trout, Herring, et., at
TEE BROWN YILLE BAND has again wived,
ud will he rdJ for the 4ta
DR. KIMBETLLIX is again In town and Ulks of
jking this his permanent residence. Hope he may.
OURVEW STOCK IS FINE, and will be sold
M low as the lowest. R. TEARE & CO.
COME AND SEE OUR NEW GOODS. It U a
pleuure to us to show them. TE ARE A CO.
THE BAPTISTS in the country are building a
Church on the farm of Eld. Ira Moore, three, miles
Test of this city.
DORSET A BRO., are constantly receiricg some
thing new in the way of Clothing and Uentieinen's
GEN. SCI10FIELD Confirmed Secretary of Wa r,
and Hubert Teare has jast returned with his New
(jwda. Call and see'them.
THANKS to Ed. Smith for a bundle of docu
ment for the uEe cf the Republican Club, which
jball te juJiciously scattered.
TnE SPRING FIGHTS opened last Thursday
afternoon by a round between Garrison A IIaun,for
vhich tie Mayor fined Garrison $30 and oosts.
TO CITIZENS 1 Save 5 Cent I From this day
until further notice, you can be supplied with Fmb
Duttcr at 20 cents per pound at May's Regulator !
riT.CIIASE your goods of reliaUe dealers
those who are permanently located among you. Go
to R. TEARE A CO.
WOOD'S REAPER AND MOWER is the n plu
ultra of all other Machines, For sale by
R. TEARE A CO.
THE CULVERT on the main road west and near
the farm of Geo. Em peon, has just been finished by
the contractor, John Mod tie th, and gives us a good
road from this city west.
NEW RESIDENCE. R. V. Muir has commenc
ed the erection cf a residence on his property just
east of the Presbyterian Church. lie has the finest
site for a residence ia the city, and will crown i t
with a splendid building.
THE BRIDGES at Benoet's Mill and on the site
f the old Weddel Bridge are progressing satigfao
torlly. Judge Wheeler has just receded the irons
and has a full set of hands engaged getting out the
work working on both Bridges.
PTHE BAPTISTS of this city hare now fairly got
their new Church under way, the blricklayers are
st work and by the lstof July it will be enclosed.
Judje Morgan is superintending itscons traction and
promises an early completion and fine building.
THE TRANSFER COMPANY hare just received
their New Omnibus from Chicago, through F. A.
Tiidel A Co, of this city. Jacob Rogers, Superin
tendent of the line will now run his coach regular
lj from this city to the Depot of the C. B. & St. Jo
Eailroad, making close connection.
EORSE THIEVES. Last Thursday afternoon a
ptrions, from Iowa, in search of stolen horses, over
took just as they came into this city and had arrest
ed two persons riding the stolen property. They
were taken to the Nebraska City jail to await a
requisition from the Governor of Iowa.
YOURS TRULY ! During the past week we
were considering the propriety of getting our edito
rial pedal extremotics "shod all 'round," when Ro
bert, of the firm of Tea re A Co, did it so neatly and
gratuitously as to place us under lasting obligation,
and compel the comment that their Shoes are No. 1.
NEW GOODS. Quite a number cf our mer
chants bare been receiving new goods during the
past week. Swan A Bro's have a stack of fresh
Groceries ; D. May a lot of Dry Goods ; Teare A Co.
Queeniware, Dry Goods, etc.; Theo. Hill A Co, a
lot of choice Groceries and
Dry Goods. Trade is
FRESH arrival of Dry Goods at McGee A Co'i.
HUNGARIAN GRASS Seed at J. L. McGee A Cos
SFRING and Fall Wheat Flour at MoGee A Co's.
TWO FLORENCE Sewing Machines for sale at
this edee. .
ALL PERSONS indebted to us will please call
and sottlo immediately. DORSEY A BRO.
LIGHTNING RODS AND PUMP3 sold and put
up, in town and county, by Joux C. Dkuseu.
MILK sold as low as by any ; and m one person
charged more than another, by B. li. Thompson,
WE DO NOT Sell some classes of geocU at less
than cost and chrrge double for others in order to
make up. R. TEARE A CO.
WE ARE NOT forced to sell our goodj , but pro
pose to give men and women bargains, and suctt a
quality of Goods as shall give so reason to complain
hereafter. R. TEAKE A CO.
WE SHALL hereafter sell our Flour which took
the 1st Premium at the late County Fair as cheap
as any of the same grade, and can warrant it to be
good. Eor sale at MoGee A Co's and Wm. Wal
lace's. THOMPSON BRO'S A LOVELACE.
FARM FOR SALE. 40 wjei lying within one
mile of Nemaha City and three miles of Brownville
all in cultivation ; has an inexhaustible stream of
clear spring water running through it ; a cabin with
a splendid spring of water near by upon the prem
ises. Apply to tf G. W. FAIRBROTHER.
IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE. I will sell an
improved farm of 180. acres, 9 miles west of this
city, for $4,000. It has a hedge fence all around it
and is hedged in 40 acre lots; each forty has run
ing water on it ; with a No. 1 dwelling house, good
barn and tenant house on the premises.
160 aorea of the best land in Nemaha County 14
miles west of Brownville at $3' per acre.
30-tf ' CUAS. McPUERSON.
CIRCUS. Maginley f: Carroll's Great Consoli
dated Circus will exhibit in this city on the 11th.
Theirs has been a series of triumphs from the Gulf
States up, drawing audiences and leaving them al
ways satisfied. They travel by boat and of course
their troupe and horsesare in good condition and ablo
to perform their feats well. The troupe is com
posed of star performers, whose names are widely
nown and always draw large crowds in the cities.
Read their advertisement and posters and prepare to
IF McFALL A CO., have not just received a full
steamboat load of Furniture, it is very near it, for
their large store room, 24X60, is full to th ceiling,
with the pavement filled ten feet high with chairs,
tables, bed-steads, lounges, etc., of every style and
pattern, and more coming, in the shape of forty
dozen matrasses. We honestly and conscientiously
commend this firm to the patronage of the public
throughout this Land District, both in the whole
sale and retail trade. Their enterprise has been a
great benefit to this whole community, they being
as liberal tradesmen, and McFall being as good a
mechanic, as can be found in the west. Our word
for it you will save money, get just what you want
and a good, sound, warrantable article at McFall A
FOSTER HOME TRADE, It is not our forte to
eulogiseour own goods, or deprecate those of others,
yet we cannot refrain from inviting the public of
Nemaha county and the Nemaha Land District to
call and examine our very large and complete as
sortment of Furniture, Upholetry, and everything
in our line. We shall always keep our stook up to
the wants of the whole Nemaha Land District, and
shall not be undrsold by any house South of the
Platte or North of St. Joseph. We manufacture
our own goods, and can therefore warrant what we
sell. Leave your money with home manufactu
rers, in preference to building up foreign trades
men. If we cannot sell you as good an article as
cheap as any other man, we'll give it to you. So
come all ye who wish to buy, we defy competition
from all quarters. McFALL A CO.,
LATEST SENSATION !
TREMZXDIOUS SUCCESS It
HIGH PRICE BELOW PAR 111
REGULATOR AT A PREMIUM 1111
STORE TUROXGE FRO if MQRXISG TILL
XIG11TI It II
(DAMAGED GOODS,) COMMUNITY CAN'T
St.. I X I
THE BEST CURE FOR OLD FOGGYI3M is a
glance at the Regulator 1 Just received a large and
well selected stock (no auction trash) of Dry Goods
and Clothing, which I can sell 25 per cent, cheaper
than any house this side of the Atlantic. Call and
be convinced, and yon will satisfy yourself that I
am the Regulator of Brownville.
Star Dry Goods & Clothing House,
Bedford A Conner's Old Stand.
TROF. WILSON Lectured on narmonial Philos
cphy in this city last Friday, Saturday and Sunday
evenings, to intelligent and appreciative audiences.
The Professor has created much excitement and has
shown abilities not possessed by ordinary men. He
hu sat nearly every one to thinking who beard him.
Bswill Lecture here again enhis return from atrip
Cp the river.
HURRAH FOR THE RAILROAD 1 BROWN
1LLE THE TERMINUS OF A RAILROAD. The
rst passenger train from Council Bluffs ran down
to the Depot, opposite this city last Monday, thus
bringing this city within the great railroad circle of
the United States, and with England, through the
Atlactto Cable and Brownville ti the terminuit
New York and Philadelphia in four days 1 Chicago
ii as near as 8t. Joe, and St. Louis is as far off as
Terl Now for that switch, gentlemen.
RUSH! RUN1 BE IN TIME, OR THE BAR
GAINS WILL ALL BE GONE! Come English.
Come Irish , come along German and Americans too,
both French and Swiss, and Freedmen and natives
this wide world through ; you will be welcomed by
the sew Rhoderick Due; Wm. T.Den is the
&&& that will sell you the cheapest and best
Fashionable Clothing, New York and its prices not
eptd ). Also, Dry Goodi, Fancy Hits and Caps,
Ladies' and Children's Eats. S tove. Furniture and
Floo r, in fact, anything that the Jew or Gentile may
wnt, W. T. Den can furnish yea at price that wiU
dfy competition, and will not be undersold by any
4 house or new comer in this town fif Brownville,
U.S.pf Ajnerloa, W.T. PEN.
THE STREET BONDsT According to notice in
ttsse columns last week, Wna.II. Hoover, City Treas
fc. paid eff the interest and one-tenth of the
principal 0f the June, 186T, issue of BrownVille
Oty Street improvement Bonds, thus paying $20 on
HaflOO, leaving $20 still due the holder. This
Prottptness now should bring these Bonds much
rer par than they bayebeen,as this is only an
lodex of the manner in which they will be met here-
ter. There are still about $5000 worth of Bonds
unclaimed by any contract now let ani which should
" trpended on the west end of Main street. This
u be dene only by capital stepping forth ani tak
'o? these Bonds for labor at a fair equivalent, con
'iericg the safety of the investment and the inte
The business of this city demands the grad
In8 of the west end of Main street, let capitalists
e "M forward and secure at once this benefit to it
4 and the city.
' PHY GOODS MARKET.
QMct Chicego Journal Commerce tr Price Current,
M May 27th, 186S.
There bas been little of special interest to report
in the Dry Goods market since the date of our last.
Trade has ruled auiet. and prices quite steady and
nmfnrm- Standard Prints of new and choice de-
iiim are sold at 13Ke,and old patterns atl2U(313o
Delaines are auiet at 1618e, as to style. The
market for the raw material has ruled dull most cf
the week, though there is rather more doing at the
close but at easier prices, Middling Uplands closing
t 23c. Prices for the manufactured article for
the most rart continpe relatively below the raw
material, and there is, therefore, little o r no margin
for a further concesson. The Spring tradejhas not
thus fir come ud toeenerttl expectations, though It
has shown soma improvement upon tht of lastyear.
The Boston Shippiny Lit says :
Domestic goods generally are much depressed,
and as most kinds are accumulating. agents are will
iiiTtn maVe vcrv liberal concessions to buyers when
anv nresent themselves. Th3 retail trade both here
and in the interior is at a stand still, and conoqu ent
ly dealers have but few wants to supply. We un
derstand that the Massachusetts Cotton Mills are
about to Btop running for two weeks, and it is ex
nected that some others will do likewise, inls is
the true remedy, for it is quite plain to any impart
al observer that there are too many goods on market
for the wants of consumers, and that the supply
must be materially lessened before the business
will be in a healthy condition.
JOHN DEERE'S genuine MoUne Plowe.500 at
Theo. Hill A Co.'f. . .
GO TO McCreery A Nickells for Paints, Glass,
Wall Paper and Cheap Drugs.
THE BROWNVILLE CITY MILLS are turning
out as fine an article of Flour as can be made.
FEKIN BREAKING PLOWS 250 T. A U.
Smith A Co.'s make at Theo. Hill A Co.'s.
FOR SALE. The north-east quarter of sea. 17,
town 5, range 10, Johnson county, T miles from Te-.
cumseb. Price $3 per acre. For terms apply to
J. C. McN AUGHTON, Brownville.
S II U T Z
Has just received and will constantly keep on
hand a large and well selectedstock of genuine ar
clesin is line.
One Door west of Grant's Srore, Brown-
Of Clocks; Wtchend Jewelry dune on the Short
Brownville, Neb.. March 16th. 138C. 10-55 I j
XJarriage and Celibacy.
An Essay of Wabxinu .nd Instruction1 fob
Yoncq Mkk. Also, Diseases and Abuses which
permanently prostrate the Vital Powers, with sure
means ofrelief. Sent Free of Charge, in sealed
letter envelopes! Address,
Dr. J. SKILLIN nOUGHTOX,
Howard Association Philadelphia, Pa,.
January, 1st 1867. 1-y
BLISS & HUGHES,
Will attend to the sale of R.nl and Personal
Property ia the Xemaha Laud District. Terms
J. W. BLISS. vl2-S3tf R.V. HUGHES.
Adjourned Sale of Lota
THE TJTTirEBSIGNED WII.Ii OFPEB
For Sale at Public Auction, at Lincoln, Nebraska,
at 10 a, m..'
Tuesday, June 9th, S63,
about Three Handred Lots in.saU town, being the num-,
ber cneold at the time of the adjournment of the sale
last fall. The lota are appraised, and will be sold to
the highest cash bidder above the appraisement.
Lincoln Is tue Capital of Nebraska,
and was founded by authority of the Legislature. It
la situated in the most fertile region of Nebraska, and
at a point apparently designed by nature to be the junc
tion o' not less than four vf five trunk, lines of rail war.
It Is adUcent to the moat valuable saline region In the
west, of which the capacity for immenselj profitable
working baa already been satisfactorily tee ted.
About one thousand lota w ere sold at public sale last
fail, at prices which ran from 28 to 60 por cent, above
the appralseme&X ; and this spring, so rapid baa been
the settlement and arowth of th e town, and ao fair and
certain its prospects, lots hare sold aecond-banded at
prices from Three to Six Hundred per cent, in advance
of their coat. The State House, building from the pro-i
ceeda o! the sales last fall, is opproaching completion.
U will be ready for occupation by September, at which
time the Stale Government wul be removed io Lincoln.
At the June sale there will also be offered a Sectiou
of School Land, adjoining the city, In tracts of a few
DAYI3 BTJIXKR, )
T. P KBNNARD. Commissioners
2S-t ud JOHN GILLESPIE, )
4i era, wtuivery
Dealer in .
ALL, KINDS OF STOCK.
Horse Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. Stoek
yonrUeq by tue uay or v tr.
MY STABLES are stocked with good horses and
bngpies. Persous wishing conveyance to any portion of
the Kemaha Land District can be accomm-joaiea
The PEUU and BROWNVILLE COACH
Leaves MY ST A B Tj E S every morning at
10 o'clock, a.m. Passengers or package safe'y con
veyed. Orders left with the Postmasters will be prompt
ly attended to. (xli316m) CHARLES GRADE.
City Treasurer's Eepoit.
Hoover, Treasurer, tn Account with the City oJT Brown Til le
. sn a A
April 30th, 1SG7, To cash paid Warrant No. 694,
Jan. 25th, 1268,
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do 10, W H Loranoe.date May 6, '67,
do T W Bedford, date Hay I, '67,
do 19, J Rogers,
do 13, Mills & Co.,
do 28, T R Fisher,
do 27, G W Neely,
do 92, Joshua Rogers,
do 120, do do
do 120, do do
do 2! 6, M F Boyd
do 187, Evan Worthing
April 1st, 1887, By
Flour Winter V sack
Snrirff r ik
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.$7 50&$3 00
Buckwheat 3 &
Corn $ bushel
Bacon Hams ? Xt
- Sides ft
Canned Lard ) lb
Golden Syrup gal
Sugar House Molasses $ gal
Sugar New York A. V 2"
" Brown lb
Coffee Java $ lb
- Rio Sib
Cheese N. Y. Factory f) &
" Country 3 lb
Tea Imperial ) &...
Young Hyson Q.
Apples Dried lb
" Green $ bushel
Dried Peaches j Hi
Potatoes $ bushel
Coal Oil V 61
Esrgs dot :
Batter f) lb
Onions V bushel
Beans None in market.
Lumber Cottonwood 1000
Shingles Cottonwood ylOOO
Lath Cottonwood 3 1C00
M Pine 1000 '
Hides Dry lb
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. 6 00 6 50
. 65 65
. 65 75
. 15 17
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,. 1 50 1 50
. 1 10 1 25
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. 40 40
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. 75 75
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March 5th, do
Cash Poll Tax froin, Joshua Rogers
do for License, from Garrison, to Not. 1, '67,
do do do Claggett, do
do do do J P Denser, do
do Fine, James Berry,
do " William. Daniels,
do " John G Skeen,
do " William May,
do " William Campbell,
do License to Bregil A Shriner to March 1st, '67,
do Fine, William Rossell,
do do Richard Collins,
do Licence, Pierce Blake, to Feb. 15, '63,
do do Evan Worthing, to My 1st, '63,
do do do do Billiard Table to May 1st, 'C8,
do Poll Tax from Joshua Rogers, Street Commissioner,
do Fine, Pierce Blake,
do do David Wright
do Poll Ta horn Joshua Rogers, Street Commissioner,
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do Lease of Levee frjmMty U '67, to May 14, '63, Evan Worthing,
do do do do " '66 to " '67, do do
do License, W n Valleau A Co., to May 1, '63, for Schocl and,
do do Garrison 4 Roberts, to Msy I, '63,
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36 00 237 75
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April 1st, By balance; , , . l
The abovq balance consisisci menf j couccica cd r m nco wcei ie nuitu j uuiu uuun iutuuvuuu
of the District Court. Respectfully submitted, .
V ILiilAiii ia. uuuvtti, tiiiy .treasurer.
Brownville City Street Improvement Bond Pnnd In Acconnt wltli Wm. II. Hoover,
Treaiurer or me tiiyoi urowutmc, i.i r uininni
demptionof WarrantNo. 17 190 00
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do do 21 100 00
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Mirch 31ft To Balance,
proceeds of sale of lioudNo. 1, 15
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do do do 3 95
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Total $0,830 00
pril 1st, By Balance $33 65
VILLUM HOOTER, City Trjwarer,
' C. ATJLTXIA1I & Co's .
IIiskt II. Tailor,
Geu'l Western Ag't,
TWO STYLES OF HORSE POWERS.
Ths Improved " Carey " Power,
(Both eight and ten borse.)
THE "COMPEJTSATITfO" POWE2,
(Both eight and ten horse.)
A laud&lfa ambition ezista aaong threshers to " ova.
the host machine ia the neighborhood." Eothiag Is
xnore disagreeable to thsm than to have farmers com
plain that their vork ia net properly Sons, 01 to lose
ralaable time ly reason of breakages, aacl they en
act be too careful is. selecting a machine.
The Bweepsialces rs trie accredited head
of the Threshing Machine family, and its superior
Strength, durability, simplicity, ease of draft, styU
of finish, and capacit y for threshing and cleaning
grain faster and better than any other in the world,
Tt9 great reputation achieved by this
tayort.'B machine has led lereral unscrupulous manu
facturers, and numerous agents, to attach the nam
" Svcepstakes," ia one way and another, to their
machines and adrertisements to mislead and deceive.
This is tb.3 essence of meannea down
right piracy, and sailing under false colors. To
avoid the counterfeit, see that every machine has
the card, "C. AULTMAN & CO., Maicufactcbubs, '
Cant, Ohio," in gilt letters, conspicuously on both
sides of the Separator.
The Genuine Sweepstakes enables the
thresher to pick his customers, seldom stops for re
pairs, lasts much longer than others, saves much
grumbling and vexation, does the same amount of
work with less labor, and enables him to select the
best and most profitable jobs.
The farmers give it a preference, and
often an extra price per bushel, Incause It threshes
clean from the heads, 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
ad teams about them on expense.
The elegant "Patent Pivot Sida Gear"
is to be found only ou the Sweepstakes.
Our "Patent Cleaning Apparatus en
ables the opqjator to control the direction of the
blast, and position of the scives, and clean eithei
neavy or lilit grain, without waste, as fast aa It
tan be threshed, the chaff and dirt beinz separated
from the grain before ii itrikct the teine tt all.
Separators, Horse Powers, Strtw Stack
ers, Gears or Jacks, sold separately, wheu
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 and particulars, together
with numerous certificates, and the names and resi
dence of over three thousand persons who have
bought and used the Sweepstakes in Illinois, Iowa,
Uinnesota, Wisconsin, and Kansas, alone.
For ta!e by
GEO. O. START. A. A. START
GEO. G. START & BROTHEIl
Dealers In all kinds of
GRA122 AND COUNTRY FUGEUuH,
rt-The highest mirket price paid for anything th
Farmer caa raise. We will bry and sel' ererythloa
known to the market. Tl3-n2S-tf
ISJcriiersoa's Dlocli. r'o.7G
THEO. 4IILL & COL,
THEODORE HILL & CO.
Xo. "G, McPlicrson's Illock,
n34-3m Brownville Nebraska.
W. H. KIMI3ERLIN,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
Will Treat all Diseases of tie Eye and Ear.
Room at the Star Hotel,
Tenders bis services to the citizens of this city and
vicinity. Maybe consulted at tha above place from the
1st to the ICth of each month. And at the Salem Honse,
Salem, Richardson county, Nebratka,
from the 10th to the last of each month. 12-llly
Reaper and Slow !
WALTER A. WOOD
Reaping & Mowing Machine
IIOOSIC FALLS, X. Y.
This machine was awarded the
First Grand Prize,
THE IMPERIAL CROSS, .
of the Legion of lienor, and two grand Gold Medals st
Paris Exposition of 1867,
and is pronounced the
Best Mac&ine in the World.
Call and get a Pamphlet giving cuts of Machines and
its parts, with details as to superiority
ROBERT TEARE &- CO.,
33-tf Sole Agents.
JOHN L. CARSON,
A DJi IIS?
Exchange bought and sold on all the principal
Cities. AJso, dealer in Gold aci Silver Com,
Gold Dust and
Deposits received, payable at sight.
Interest paid on time Deposits ly especial
agreement Taxes paid for non-residents.
All kinds of
U.S. BONDS WANTED
JOHN L. CARSON.
VISSKABY A. SIMPSON
HISS EUNICE LEACH,
LEACH & SIMPSON,
Milliners & Dress-Makers
WLh to inform the Jaiiescf Brownvilla and
vicinity that thej bas ju3t commenced a Crstcl&is
MILLINERY U DRESS-MAKING
CE3 3HE O 3
Where work will be done with great care ani seat
nes, and after the latest Eastern styles.
l leaching and Repairing done la the very litest
stle ana on short notice.
Latest stjles of Ladle's and Children's lists an!
Bonnets constantly kept on hand, alio latest pat
terns of Ladies Dresses, Cloaks, and Children) clo
thing cut on short notice
Second Street, between Main & Water
: BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA.
Ladies' Gent's an
Forming, per ha pa, the.
most complete aui ex-
tenglve atock effered to
Wholesave or Retail
purchasers went of tts
Kever having been
otUdone for extent oi
Stock or rair dealing,
they merit the confid
ence and patronage of
Xo.ie. McPlicrson's UlicIt.Xo.TG..
DOESEY & BEO.,
r. t 3 ' ' .
Dealers in Men and Boy's
HATS and CAPS,
Blankets and Umbrellas
Have juat received and will keep con
stantly on 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
VEEY LOW PRIECS
aiTLa LJ bLjbJj
DEAL.EH3 IN tX
STAPLE AND FANCY
Emtracingallthe fQYjyjg or the Seasoa.
Also, large and well-selected stock of
Gents Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES,
HLA.TS lISTD OJPSl
Onr Goods were hooght of first hands, and we.
think we esn offer such inducements to rurchajorj
as cannot fil to suit those wishing to luj. Call
and see for yotmelves.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange
for Goods 50
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