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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1868)
: "jcnVyVlLLE, Til U k Si A Y, JUNE 11,188.
-TrrFIELU EATON. 12 ri'M Swt and
Sitt -lL.LIAMS.t7 C-Arfntif if, A'. cor. 64.
J 5 llf ,u'l.'uei; Atfi.l in M. Louis tor Itat
" "J,.,) tttrtid to aiaking collections and purchas
iftM City St Louis-
'vTILllAM UaWXBY is ourauthoiued Apent to
nubrij'tions fur tbo AJcerlitcr in Ncma-
i" UawlEY Is cor authorized A pent to receive
! ij,u..n f-r ie Advertitir, t Caitoo.
i'cKO.G. STAKT U onr autboriied Agent at Aspin
iLET OUODS MAUKLT, read it.
1CE LOT of Shoes at Uackney'f.
TlSDELtag Studebakcr Wagons.
I 7ISDEL ta8 wo Horse orn P!nters
1 pQ TO Dor?cy A Bro'a and get a nice Hit.
1 GLEN r.OCK FLOUR atTheo. Uill 4 Co's.
j D May D- Eiea Competition ! that's his forte !
j jjrjy yoUR MACHINE OIL from J. L. McGee.
I nO'OARIAX CRASS Seed at J.L.McGee i.Cos
I fl. C. LETT, Land Agent, Brownville.Nebragka.
sELF-SEALING FRUIT JARS at Swan 4 Bros,
j SITING trd Fall Wheat Flour at McGee A Co's.
WHITE FISH.Mackeral, Trout, Ilerring, etc., at
jn A --';
i JOHN I'MERE'S genuine Molina Plows,500 at
Tbw. Hil'A Co.'f.
I s',VARD RESIGNED and Teare A Co., still sell
to pease ad.
j TOE FOURTH OF JULY ! Wake up, cilirens!
b&ve a grand Celebration.
i WHY i- Ma j't Clothing all of the latest style and
;itticLfcb!e ? How are jou old stock ?
EROWXVILLE CITY COXDS taken for Goods
;.t KOIi T TEARE A CO'S.
I TBE EROWXVILLE CITY MILLS are turning
tnt as Cue an article of Flour as can be made.
TRADE with TEARE & CO., who hare the
littl stock of Goods ever opened in this market.
I I'EKIN RUF.AR1NU PLOWS 200 T. A
jjiih 4 Co.' male at Theo. II 1 11 A Co.'s.
ALL I'LKSONS indebted to ns will ple-?e call
nd settle immediately. LORSEY A LRO.
LIGHTNING ROUS AND PUMPS sold and put
,;,in i u and county, by John C. Dai sek,
j SAVE YOUR LIFE by buying the non-explosive
Crb"n c.latJ. L. McGee A Co.'s, wai ranted to
fund the test.
i T.M. F. WILSON, the contractor, is grading the
.ot of Atactic s-troot a.i fast as the circumstance
;J duiit t-f.
K'iEV A Llil)., are constantly rceeifing ionn:-
' ;Lirg Dew i the way of Clothing aud Ijientleintfu's
a.'ii lnig G'.d.
; y,!l.ll "i. d a It w as by any ; and r.oonepersn
.arJ tr.'.re t'u.iu anotner, by li. li. Thtmpson,
;ir nviilc Da.ninin.
THE NEMAHA RIVER Las been very high foi
ten da j s, so hiU lLat the mills Lre Lcei.
i'Wd 10 fri. p.
' UIAVEaNo.1 Stallion for sale. For pedigree,
Vf,c-;i..n II. I. MANViNG,
A wx'.t nf.nhv.'ettof Iirownvil e.
i AN OLI STOCK 1 IT V Tbccip-iticn sy i-o.
il.w tLcn it that the latent ttyle prints arc tk.iu
'utLti.p at I). May's?
Toil SALK. The n .nh-e8t quc.rter or tec. 17,
town 5,rnt.e 10. J. iiLjH u rounty, 7 inik-s frm Tc
utbteh. I'i ice $; per acre. For tr ji i ply to
J. C. Mc. AUGlli'ON, Bruwiiville. -
' WOY surh great ru.-h fur U. May's Dry Gt-od.--ii
Ciuthing ? The people are smirSed with lh
li guliitvr and willing to trade with Liin.
THE CIRCUS will te here to-day. That ;t is i.
fdCi'cui w e have little doubt, aud deserving ol
tie patronage of the 6h. w going public.
10 YOU LESIliE to spend all you earn, save
f'uUii&g, l.ae nothing, still jnyirg "war pt ices" ii.
-ass tf "pence and plenty" ? lhen don't trid.
; WE .NOTICE that Tim M'Laughlin is Laving
uaterand fhelving j ut in h is store room corner f
jlain and third erects, which, we learn, is for aMil-
.ncry ttd Ladies' Fancy Xftion CEtabiishini'&t.
Weli-drcsscd Wives and babies,
Ar.d a well filled purso alwsy
Are bound to blc'3 all who do
Tjeir trading at D. May's.
j IEV!JC;:.T PATER. Dr. Holladay is about to
fiaU k ;tJ :.c enteri.rise of starting a radical Dcra
wratic i -;kper in this city. The business is not
new to him, and, barring the politics, we wish him
EPISCOPAL CHURCa OPENING.-Oa Sunday
wit. the 1 4th, the n- w Episcopal Church will be
r-fned fur divine service at the usual hours. A
seriaoa appropriatq to th e occasion will be preached
GEO. R. DAYIS, Rector. ,
KELIGIOUS.-Elders Barrow and Edwards, of
iLe (JLrictun denomination will hold tubiic wor
,&PtJiLn W. Bcnnet's new residence half mile
t of this city, next Saturday evening and Sun
fcLTIIINKSI hear aspiritfrom the mystio world
.TiEg: "Lorg have I viewed your world, from end
to nd (its round, old boy,) and lew finer stocks of
furniture fc Uphohtry have I ever seen than McFall
4 Cos." U, w:nked and vanished.
: THE EROWXVILLE BAND has been re-organ
ltd ntder the leaderhip of C.inton Smith, upon
Uju that promises to make it a permanent inti
t tu'un. Although their practice has been very lim
i 4 they did n,m fine playiny lat Tuesday even
gat the Festival.
lilE BAPTIST CHURCH, corner 4th and At-
t,tic, is progressing rapidly. The wails are nearly
P and u wih be enclosed as soon as possible. J udge
Ji"Ean ia certainly deserving of credit for his en
lKJ io puling the work, and those having Eub
fibtd should aid him by being prompt.
1-CMLER. Seventeen wagon loads of Pine Lum
, Ww taken from this city to Tocumseh. With
railroad done from Council Bluff to opposite this
We re connected by rail with the ereat Pine
nt of the north, and the best place to outfit the
'""riur m picc Lumber is fr. m Brownville, as the
god people of Tocamseh have already realized
THE FLORENCE SEWING MACtHNE. Thi
, -liine u making rapid ttndes in the affections of
lpleof this Iicd District. Mrs. John S.
"""tt, of Nemaha City, is prepared to furnish
wJf machine, and give thorough instructions to op-
: tri' without additional cost.
J(m W. BENNETT'S ctw res dence, just west
11 city on his farm, is now completed, and is
"I tbe fmpct tr. tK. M. TV.V
lK innrtv f Wftrl
.".th, master buihW h.A,. . iftu
t: credit m. p . .v i
ith a. i e CeDBlt.'ht"Jgh 'r
m urge a heart as usubliy falls to the lot
canoot 11 this house alone.cannot do the fth
u'e' aritlmatio without assistance t This U
i t . ' mn5'
"UL. Within the rast week Wool has come
is mrV ;n - x
"rieirj f;, . n-v . .v '
rowij 1 " E
S country la beccmirg more apparent every
W E SHALL hereafter sell our Flour which took
the 1st rremium at the lato Couctj Fair-as cheap .
as any of the same grade, and can warrant it to be
good. Eor sale at McGae & Co's and Wm. Vfal
lace's. THOMPSON CRO'S A LOVELACE,
tSDo you want to enjoy a rich treat?
TLo you like to 6ce your wife and children
well dressed ?
ZZ7"Dj )w like t3 wear good clothes?
tSTDo you like to buy things reasonable ?
TDo jou like fair dealing? .
Yea, ve illy," all these mayes'l thou Do and have
much money left Ly trading at D . May's Dry Good
and Clothing R-guUtor ! "
TECUM SEH ITEMS. The citizens of Tecumsch
and vicinity will hold a mas meeting to-morrow,
June 12th, to decidi upon the myt appropriate
manner in which to celebrate the coming 4th cf July.
N'ew bu-ine.-s houses and residences are going up
rapiily. Mes.-rs. Bryant & Myeos are erecting a
large building which is to be filled with a stock f
Goods soon as fin.si.cd. Judge DcLorg, Alexander
Uivins and Henry Taylor are each erecting large
residences. The Court bousa is being pushed for
ward with tigor, and will be a very fine building.
FARM i OR SALE. 40 acres lying within one
mile of Jemaba City and three miles cf lirownvillo
all in cultivation ; hat an inexhaustible stream of
clear spring water running tbrough it ; a cabin with
a epleudid spring f water near by upon the prem
.ses. Apply to tf G. W. FAIRUKOTUER,
MARSH IS DETERMIXD to make Lis the best
and principal Bock and News House In Nebraska.
In addition to his just getting a full supply of
Dickens' Works, (Library Edition,) has just receiv
ed Scott's Wavrly Novels. We are torry for the
one who has not read the above named books, and
cannot but pity those who do not with to. Come
buy, come one, ctmo all.
NEMAHA CITY ITEMS. Qaite a row occurred
here last Thursday, a regular "free fight," in which
it was hard to tell whether "the God of battle" lent
towatd right or might. The engagement waxed so
hot that our reporter left.
A gentleman on a visit to a sister in this city was
drowned in the Nemaha river one day last week.
He was one of a fishing party, and undertaking to
swim the river, when about the middle sank to rise
no more. He was soon taken out but was too far
gone to be resuscitated.
PERU ITEMS. The citizens of this plce have
organised a Cemetery Association, and are going to
work in earnest to secure a proper resting place for
The Rev. F. M. Estabrwk arrived on the 5th. He
takes charge of the M. E. Church of tbisplaco for the
IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE.-I will sell an
improved farm of 160 aCrea, fJ miles west of this
city, for $1.C0J. It has a hede fenco all around it
and is hedged in 40 acre Juts; each ftrty Las Tun
ing water on it : with a No. 1 dwelling house. good
barn and tenant house on the premises.
160 acrcE of the beat tand in Nenuha County 14
raiks westcf Brownville at per a.-n
J. B. HOOYER, of Nemaha City, is now doing a
very lirge Dry G;od ar.d Grocery business, having,
pet haps, the most conplete 8?ft,rtment r-f General
Merchandise in the county. lie has drawn to that
f..int an iia:ceLse jatr tsge fn m the surr-jucd'r.g
ccuntry, and is doing a libera! bu-intsr. Ho is also
ia the Grain and' ProJuee bvsinefs, fir convenient
handling and shipping of wh.ih he has erected 8
arge WarcLouso at Appiowull. Ilia facilities f.,r
r-l.iipir.g Grin are euii to tUat of any honss in
the count, siii lu pays every cent the market will
Tlil: FESTIVAL, at McPher.'s Ha!!, Tue?d;.y
was a very pleatat afi'iir.and every one whom we
l ive convened with enjoyed k hugely. They scv
depart m-. nts to k in as fallows :
-f "0 00
.. 47 50
. 8 CO
Fi.-r Re (,'rc.itn and Strawberries
At the Hat St jud
1'iT ttie.a!e f C-ke
tor saleef LallotU for Silver Basket'
A vote was t. ken during the evening to ascertain
-ho was th5 m -rt p. .uhr lady present, who was to
r-eive a Siver Basket, twenty-fire cents being the
,rice of a V'.te Tho v,.te rc.-u'.t:d Mrs McNauhl
n, 81, Mrs. Alary Blackburn, 76, Scattering, 13.
PERSONAL. Mr. Cyrus F.sher, of the O.la-
loota IJcrahl, is now the gutst cf his uncle, Hon.
R. Fis cr.ef this city. TLey left yesterday Li
Rev.J. M.Stokes J3 canvassing f.,r Hon. A. H.
Stephe-u'a History of the War. See advertisement
of the book in another column. Mr. Stokea is also
akirg Subscriptions fo' tho Mca of our dty," by
L.P. Brockett, M.D., issued by ZeigUr, McCurdy
A Co. This book gives a sLort but precise history
of all the leading Repub'icxn Statesmen ar.d Gene
rals of the Union Army of tbe present time. It is
a book that should be ia the libxary of every family.
Sold only by subscriptions.
Rev. ham 1 J . Mi. If, one ol the Utncral Agents of
the American Tract Society, is iu this city soliciting
Fiuaucidl and Uommcrcial.
Gold continues steady, ranging at about 139.
The market for Government Securities ha been
quite firm and active, with g-Kd demand.
The Comroercai and Finaneml Curomde re
views the New York money market asfo;lws:
The redemption of the Mav Compound Interest
Notes has Lad an lmiwrtant elK-el in easing the innr
kt. About if 22,l)'JU,t;yo of & por cent ccrttflcates
have been issued in exchange for these notes, repre
senting about IS.000,000 ol principal and nearly
4.000.000 of interest : and the payment ol the in
terest-bearing legal tender has so ir augmented the
lesal reserve. Bcs.de, the ready convertibility ol
the certificates into plain legal tenders induces the
bankers to run closer upon tneir reserve man wnen
a large portion cf it consisted cf cotes redeemable
only at maturity and carrying a large amount oi m
tcrest. The last bunk statement reflected the effect
of tbe redemption of tbe compounds. The legal
tenders show an it ciease of J4.fi 19,000, due chiefly to
the interest upon tbe compounds, wmoh, as above
stated, was paid in 3 per cent certifi cates. The net
drposns were up $1,194,000, and the loans down
S343.000. In the specie deposits there was a de
crease of 42,000 ; so that the itcrease ia tho cur
rency deposits was l,655,t)J0.
There is very little commercial employment for
mjnev. The city trade boinz dull, little papei is
being made of a character that commands ready
curreucy, and prime paper is ooght alter eagerly
There is Some docbt as to how long this plethoric
condition cf the money market may last. The loans
of the banks lange hia,and the legal tender reserve
is lower than uaal ut this soasoa of tbe year; to
that any extraneous demand, such, for instance, as
for niuvini: t.ae wool crop or tno purchase of bread-
stuffs, might soon change materially the aspect of
OJlt e Chicago Journal Commerce $ Price Current,
Juue 3d, 1S63.
DRY GOODS. The market has ruled dull
throughout tho week, and tiiere are no new foatures
tort iori worthy of esieci I comment. Prijos are
wiiboat any very im; ortant charge. Indian rchard
Peppreil nnd tj-oiior I X L irown Sheeting are
shaded somewhat from previous list, but as stocks cf
dctirabla makes are not heavy, cither in Hgents cr
jobbers Lands, any marked decline is net probable.
Ble-ched Meetings are quiet, and the demand is
confined to 1 iug orders to complete assoitments.
Lonsdale an I Ara.keag A, are le off, the former sel
ling at Iflj and thj latter at 18c. Print, are steady
for the new style?, though somewhat irregular for
Ameru-aas and Lan2eter are lc lower ami
ling at 12' c, the market closing dull and heavy
! CATTI.i: There has scarcely any chnnge oc-
! currtd t0 notd in tb0 Cattle Market since our last
of : weefa renort. Th m irket cpeaed Tnurslay with
a Meady cemaud, end so continued until all good
a I marketable "ck
were lavorablu. buv
j marketable s?'K.k wa- uboio a. j-asiera wtrs
j were lavorablu, buyers c i-crated with confidence,
an.i r,rvions rtitta r w ell ut ain : d. The frrsh
: reeeii.u were 1.100 bead. and 1 .SOS head of allgrades
:. nV-nn.-ed hands during the dav. at rnccs rarcmg
: a... '
i from 4 50,3 b 60 lor cointu n mixed lots, SSi&i'l for
far to god buUhers Caitlo, 7 25-?7 75 for cr.ra-
nion to fair shipping Beeves, and JgScjtJ'J for good to
extra iroooth shippicg Sleerj.
nnnwvrir.Tr. w inKPTS.
Flour-Winter V s 17 S0f 3 00
pnng sack ' o
liuckwheat ! 15
Meal V beshe!
Bacon n ims lb
" S'aouliers Tb
u Sides Tt
Canned Lard Vt 5
uoiden Syrapc) gal 1 50
Scgnr House Molasses Vl sral 1 f
Sugar New York A. B-'
" Brown lb
Coffee Java &
" Rio gib
Cheeso N. Y. Factory B
Tea Imperial y !
" Black y lb
" Youn Hyson Q lb
Candles Z1 lb
Apples Dried plb
" Green 1 bushel
Dried Peaches II lb
PoUtoe buthel 75
Coal Oil y gal.
t'2S f. df
Butter $ lb
Honey y lb
Onions y bushel
u Sets y qt-.
Beans None in markot.
Salty bbl 4 00
Pickery djj 10
Lumber Cotton woody 1C00 20 00
" Oak 45 00
- Walnut 45 00
" Pine 45 00
Shingles Cottonwood yi000-
Lath Cottonwood y 1003
Pine y 1000
Wood y cord
Hides Dry yfi
Wheat, per bushel
WckI, per lb
ADDBESS TO THE NERVOUS AND DEEIL1TAT
ed whose suTerins bave been protracted irotn
biddeu causes, aDd wbos-e cases require prompt treat
merit to renuei existence desirable. It you are suftcrt
ing or bave euft'ered from involuntary dixcbarites. wba
effect does it produce upon your general health? Do
you feel weak, debilitated, easily tired? Doesalittle
extra exertion produce palpitation of tbe beart? Doeb
your liver, or urinary organs, or your kidney fre
qsantly get out of order? Is your urine sometimes
ttiiclt, milky, or flocky, or is it ropy on setting? Or
does a thick tenni rise to tLe top? Or is a sediment at
the bottom after it has stood awhile? Da you have
fpells of short breathing cr dyspep-ia? Are your
bowels constipated ? Do yon havo spells of fainting
or rushes t,f blood to tho head? Is your memory im
paired? Isyourruifid constantly dwelling upon this
suijert? Do you feel dull, listless, niopin?, tired of
company, or life? Do you wish to be left alone, to pet
away from everybody? Does any little thing make
you start or jump ? Is jcur sleep broken or restless ?
i the iustreof your eye as bnlliaut? The bloom on
your cheek as bright? Do you enjoy yocreif in socie
ty as we.l ? Do you pursue your business with the
6atiie!nerpy P Do you feel as iuuch confidence inyour
hclf? Are your spiritsdull and flagplcs, given to Jits
of melancholy? If so, do not lay it to your liver or
dyspersia. Have you reftlees nights? You back. weak
your knee weak and bave but little apctite, and
yon attribute this to dyspepfia or liver complaint?
Now. reader, seli-ebu.e, venerial lifascs bsuiy
cured, and texual excesses, are all capable of produc
ing a weakness of the peneraiive orsans. The organs
of feneration, wbeu iu perfect bealib, make tbe ui:m.
Did you ever thiDk that ltu.-e bold, detlant, energetic,
perteveriag, succeslul busine.-s men are always thote
whose generative organs are in ptrtectheatlh ? Toti
never near sneb men complain of being melancholly, of
nervousness, l palpitation of the beart. They are
never afraid they cannot succeed in business ; they
Joa't become sad and discouraged; tbey arc always
polite and pleasant in the company of ladies, and
look you and them right la the face none of your
downcast looks or aDy other meanness about them.
1 do not mean those who keep the organs Inflamed by
rnnoins to excess. These will not only ruin their
constitutions, but also those they do business with or
IIow many men from badly cured diseases, from
the effects of self-abuse and excess, have brought
about tbt state of weakness iu those organs that has
reduced the penertl system so much as to induce al
most every other disease idiocy, lunacy, paralysis,
spinal affections, suicide, and a.most every other form
of disease which humanity is heir to, and the real
cau.e of the troublo scarcely ever suspectet", and have
doctored for all but tbe mlit one.
Dise ises of the-e orr'' rrjiiirc the rieof a !i'iret
ic. IlELMUULD' S FL U1D EXTRACT UCU U U
the fire.it Diuretic, and is a certain cure for diseases of
ibe Bladder. Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Organic Weak-ne-S,
Female Ccmplaiuts. General Debility, and all
Hr-cacsof tbe Urinary Orgaus. wbetLer existing in
Male or --emale, lrom whatever cause originatiui and
i matter of hew long standiug.
If no treatment is submitted to, Consutuptlon or In
sanity may ensue. Oar flesh and buod are supported
from these sources, and the health and happiness, and
hat of Posterity, depends upon tbe prompt use of a
netuibold's Extract Bnchu, established upward of
9 years, prepared by
U . T. II ELM BOLD, Druggist.
594 Broadway. Ne York; and
104 cuth lOib St., Philadelphia. Pa.
Price St 25 per battle, or 6 bottle for $Q 60 deliv
ered toany ad.lre-s. Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
"TS ued ty over tnrce cunared thousand ladles :
J- the Atlantic States alone, and ly a large nunibS
tn the West, who wou'.dn.t be withont it ftr ten
times its cost. It is to this Frventlve hat tbe
iaiotbers if those Slates owa their immunity from
Urge families. It isabsolutely certain, C'-nTenicnt
o ue and withal beneficial to health. Abrtiou is
rinilnal, then use means perfectly moral and pro
uor. Send stamp for pamphlet containing full
r. A. G. Wilbcr,
(P O Box 3C32) 719 at. Charles street.
12-17-ly St. Louis, Mo.
lnfoTmation guaranteed to produce a luxuriant
growth of hair uton a bald head or beardless face,
aiso a recipe lor tneremovalot I imples, Motcacs,
Ernnlions, etc., on the skin, leaving tho same soft,
and beautiful, can be obtained without charge by
addressing. TllOS. V. C 11 A I'M AM , Dbf mist
823 Broadway. New York.
Drs. Wesley & Pierce
Have f r many years treated Private Diseases with
unexampled success, having bad twenty years ex- '
periencein tbe Hospitals of this and other conn-
tries. Tbey have devoted their whole time and
energy to the tieatmeut of private complaints;;
their snccess In the treatment of those U.ug stand- '
irig and difficult ca'es such as were formerly con-
sldered incurable, is sufll ient to reeoruruend them ,
to the public as worthy of the extensive patronage .
which tbey have received. The universal and nn
failin success in the treatment adopted by them,
has proved, beyond a doubt, that a permanent care
for tie worst cat es of Constitutional Syphilis, Gon
orrhoea, Stricture in any form, all Mercurial affee I
tions, diseases of the Skin, Kidneys and Bladder !
can be obtained. 1
' Also, the effect of a solitary babit ruinous to
body aud mind, producing blotches, debility, lmpo- i
tency, dizziress. dimnes of sight, &.c, &.C., and j
rendering msrrisge improper, which annually
sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young
men of tbe m.t exalted talent anil brilliant intel- i
lect, may rely upon a permanent cure. No charge
for advice or consultation. All communications
strictly confidential. Send two three cent stanics ;
for treatise relating to ail private diseases. No
Mercury used. Ofilep hours from 9 a. m. to 7 p rj. j
Sunday, 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. Office 413 Ouve &t.
Addrets all letters to P. O. Box -2603, St. Louis,
Mo. 12-1 Sly
T1EAFNES3, catarrh, co
M SUMPTION AND CANCER CURED.
A Treatise on Deafness, Catartb, Consumption and
ancer ; their causes, meaus of speedy relief and ult
mate cure. Ey a Pupil of the Academy of Medicine
Paris. Sent to auy address for VJ cents.
Letter from Kob't McMurdy, D.D., LL.D., Grand
Prelate of Grand Encampment of U 3, and Editor of
the Xationcl Freemason :
New Yoke. Sept. 17, 1SC7 Dr. Stillwell was in
charge of Grace Church Hospital, Alexandria, Va
during tbe war. I frequcut y, almost daily, for months
visited this Hospital, and bad every met ns of knowing
his reputation for efficiency aud skill. It was of
the most creditable character, and bis success- in tbe
treatment of patient was remarkable. Robert
It fits into the ear, is not perceptible, remove sing
ing noitvt in the head, vti ena&iesdeaf persons tobear
distiuctly at church and public assemblies. lLislu
etrument will often produce reults aimsst mireculous
and icdeed In cases of long standing deafness, 1. wli
relieve In a shurt time. It may be adjusted with the
ease of M;ectacles.
DR. STILLWELL will be professionally at 31 Eas
Wa.-Lhifitou place University Buildings, N. Y.. daily
.0 to 4, except Ti er-days, when be will be at bis rooms
l032Piue Kticet, i'bilBde.phia Pa TJ-lS Iy
TXT ANTED- Tfjcftrrs. Siudcnte, and other
intelUseDt Men and Women in a busiuess pay
ing 100 to $JOO per motiib, ac ordicg to ability
For particulars addre? ZEtGLKR, SlcCURUY 4t CO
i Lombard BlXk.Chicagj, III
Nftils.Pails, TTell Buckets, Soives, Ac, at
SWAS & BUO'S.
DOCTOR WH1TTIER j
HAS been longer engaged in the treatment of !
Chronic, Sexual and Female Diseases than auy :
other Physician In St Louis.
Syphilis in all its forms, Gonorrhea, Gleet,
Stn-ture, Orchitis, Diabetes, and all affections of
the Urinary and Sexual Organs, are treated with
the greatest success.
Spermatorrhea, Eexual Debility and Im '
potency, as the resnli of self-abu.e iu youth, or
sexual excesses in matnrer years, which produce
sorueof the loilcwing eflectii, as blotches, debility
dirzmess, dimness of sight, confesionof ideas, evil
forebodings, aversion ta society of females, loss of;
memory and texual iKwer, and rendering marriage1
improper -can be cured. j
Persons suffering from Consumption, Dyspepsia.;
Chronic Diarrhea, Liver Complaint, Hernia, Rap-,
ture, or any other chronic affection, may rely upon
roceivlng a radical rure. i
Particular attention given to all Female Cera-'
rlaints; Inflammation and Ulceration of the
Womb, Leucorrbea, Chloriv., Stsrt'.ity &c. Most
cases can be properly treted withou t an interview,
acd medicines sent by mall or express, secured free
from observation. Consultation by letter or at oBlce
free. Charges moderate and cures guarra.itled j
S3Ofilce, with hospital accommodations for pa
tieuta, No. 617 St. Charles street, tetween Sixth
and Seventh, St-Louis, Mj '
JilVEHY BODY can get, In a' sealed envelope,
my Theory and treatment of Sexual and Urinary
Diseases, containing full symptom list, for twr
postage stamps ; alsO, my Paper relating to Chronic
ana Female Complaints, for a three cent stamp. i
ERRORS OF YOUTH-
A gentleman who suffered for years from Ner7
oas Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects
of youthful indiscretion , will, for the Eako of suf
fering humanity, send free to all who need it, tho
receipt and directions' for making the sim; le rem
edy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to
profit by the advertiser's experience, can do so by
addressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B, OGDEN, .
31 lyP 42 CeJer Street, New Ycrk
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
lo eveey variety, for HAND AND POWSR.
WROUGHT, GALVEN'IZKD IRON AND LEAD
Rubber Hose and Packing,
STEAM WHISTLES, GAUGES, LIGHTS INQ
CONDUCTORS COPPER, ETC.,
Na. IS Third Street, near Edmond,
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
5t3Orders solicited and promptly flllod at lowest
rales. v 12-1123 3m.
John finger. w.h.docglas.
PINGER & DOUGLAS,
Yf liolesale Dealers
GLASS WARE., $C frC,
NO. 7 Fourth Ttreet.
St JOSEPH, LIO. 4oly
R. T. Underbill
A. N. Eaton.
UNDERHILL & EATON,
So 2. city nuiidins
LOUIS M .
Second National Bant, St Losls
Al'en, Copp & Nisbet, St. Louis.
Brroch State Bank of I .wa. Dur uque.
Joaustoue & Bacon, Bankers, Ft. Madlsoa, Ia.
Isaac Scarritt & Co,, Alton, III.
Blair &. Atwood, Altcn, III.
Soda Crackers, Ginger Snaps, end Aerated Crack
ere, a SWAN 4 BRO'd.
W00LW0RTH & COLT,
4KD DEALERS IN
And Printers' Stock,
No- 12 Second Street, St, Joseph, Mo.
Cash Paid for Rags.
ilURNSlDE, CKOWTIIEB & E0GEK3
Cor. Oth & Messanie Sts.,
t. Joseph, Mo.
PTEAM ?NGmES WADE
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
MILL WORKS ;0F ALL K!DS
Made to order on short notice and satisfactory to
all parties. A?sr agents for GA11DNKR& ROBERT
SON'S IMPROVED PATENT GOVEIiNOR.-4 4-ly
Dried Peaches Apples, Blackberrtei, Cherries a
SWAN & BRCS
ITVjr a choice aiticlo of Tea. go to
i? SWAX & BUO'S.
fc if c5
2 O K ) - S
S O fe g I a
:! ifva f 5 55, 1
O J O 1 1 ;
tr Til 0 5
S S ff 'j S o - s
iSr J va
pCW99EaXBc4 M.m m. .j
- C. ATJLTIIA1I & Co's
TUB ONLY GENUINE
C. Auxthax, I Ilrxav IT. Taticr,
Manufacturer, I Gcn'I Western Ag't,
Canton, Ohio. Chicago, lil.
TWO STYLES OF HORSE POWERS.
Tho IraproTed " Cares " Power,
(Doth eight and ten horse.)
1 COHYH17S&TIT Gn POVTEII,
(Both eight and ten horse.)
Alaudahls amhilicn eikta aracngtire-sHsrs to " era
2ie test machine ia the Iie:ghhorhcod.,, ITcthing li
'acre disagrseatb to thea ihzi to tav9 farmers coa
Tlaia tLat thdr vrori i3 rot properly ci to l:e
Taluatb tbia by iaocca cf breakage?, aal tiey caa
aot ho too carcfal ia sclflctiag a raackn;.
Tho Sweepstnlces fa tna accredited head
of the Threshing Slachine family, and its superior
strength, durability, simplicity, eoso of draft, f tyla
jt finish, and capacity for thre&hins and cU-aui'n
grain faster and better than any other in the world,
Ths great reputation achievd by this
favorTk8 machinchas led several unscruptiioii-t manu
fiicturers, an-i numc-rous acct-uts, to attach the nam
' Swekpstakes," in one way and another, to tl'ii
machines and advertisements to mislead and deceive.
Tliis i3 the essence of meanness down
right piracy, and Bailin? unJer false colors. To
avoid the count'rf-i'-. tliat cvory machino lia
the card, "C. AULTMAN & CO., MANvrsc-ri-REus,
Caul m, Oli w." in pilt letters, conspicuously ou botlt
aides of the S parator.
Tho Gcnuina Sweepstakes enables the
thresher to pick his customers, seldom steps for re
pairs, lasts much longer than others, saves ranch,
grumbling and vexation, does tho sar.ia amount f
work with vtn labor, and enables Lim to select tho
best and most profitaMo joba.
The farmers give it a preference, pn;i
-often an extra price per bushl, because it threshes
Clean from the lu ai'.s, paraten perfectly from tho
straw,' cleans fit for ninrkct without waste, g.ives all
the prain, does its work with the utmost speed, safo
ty au l economy, and does not keep a au of men
ud teams about them cu expense.
The elegant "Patent Pivct Eido Gear''
Is to b fouud only ou tho Sweepstakts.
Our "Patent Cleaning Apparattia" en
ables the operator to control tbe direction of the
blast, and position of the seives, and clean either
neavy or Iirlit grain, without waste, as fast as It
ean be threshed, the chaff and dirt lein separated
from tho grain befcre it ilriie the teive at all.
Separators, Horse Powers, Etrvw Stack
ers, Gears or Jacks, soli separately, wheii
jesired. A written warranty delivered with every
machine. Tho " SWUEPSTAKE3" is usnaly a very
icarca article after harvest, and parties should order
Call or send and get a pamphlet circular,
giving a full description and particulars, toptber
with numerous certificates, and the names and resi
dence of over three thousand persons who Lave
b xight and used the Swekvstakes in Illinois, Iowa,
Minnesota, AViaconsiu, aud Kansas, alonu.
For tale by
THEODORE HILL & CO.,
Xo. 'IO, IcP3icrso!r.-i E!or!i,
U'. H. KIMBEUL1N,
OCULIST AND AUEIST.
Will Treat till Di-Mses of tre hye and Lur.
Rooms at the Star Hotel,
Tenders his services to the citizens of this ci'y ar.d
viclniiy. May to ronsulte-t at tha above place from the
1st to the n th of ertcli mouth. And at the featern House,
Salem. Ricknrdson county . JiCbiain,
from tbe lOlh to the List of each mouth. 12-1 My
W O OD ' S
Ecaucr aud Blower!
rzS LZ-T-- .''.s ':.':. "1
-- - - .- M" ,J
WALTER A. WOOD
Reaping & Mowing Machine
IIOOSIC FALLS, S. Y.
This machine was awarded tho
First Grand Prise,
T32E I3IPERI.VL CROSS,
of the Legion cf lienor, and two grand GoIdHedala sf
Pari3 Exposition of 1887,
ar.d is pronounced the
Best MacMne in t&e World.
Call and pet a Pamphlet giving cuts of ilachlncs aai
it Dart a, ttfifh Jei r twijoriurtv
ROBERT TEARE fc CO.,
JOHN L. CARSON,
4J JL 4d .! J -A i.m U aJ CJ
Exchange bought and sold on all tbe principal
Cities. Also, dealer ia Gj.o. aril Silver Com,
Deposits received, payable r.t sight.
Interest paid on time Deposits by especial
agreement Taxes paid for non-residents.
All kinds cf
U.S. BONDS WANTED
JOHN L. CARSON.
r.l TJ :
MISS LEACH, JIIS3 MAET A. SIMPSON
LEACH &. SIMPSON,
Milliners & Dress-Makers
WLh to inform tho ladies of Erownville and
-vicinity that they has just commenced a first class
MILLINERY & DRESS-MAKING
Where work will be done with great care and neat
ness, and after the latent Eastern stv!cj.
Bleaching and Iiepairins dono iu the very latest
itle and cn short r.otico.
Latc.-t stjles of Ladie '3 and Children s Ilata and
Bcnaet Constantly kept on ha:id, a'c lat-'?t pat
tern tf Ixtdic l)r3ei. Cloaks, and Childrens clo
thing cut on short notice
Second Street, between Main c Water
GEO. O. START. A. A.T.UT
GEO. G. STAP.T ci BnOTIIi:
Dealers ia all kinis of
GRAIN AiiD CCUMTRY FHOIUuE,
ELlThe bishest market price paid for ar.Tthin trie
Firmer can rai.-e. Wo will Ley and sel' e'l-rythlua
tmrtrn to the mtrket. vl2-nr:S-tf
jcFiierson's Ilocli. !Vc.tC
inn 3. HILL L CO.,
Tealers i l
Ladies' Gent's aa
G LASS V," A RE,
Forming, rcrlnp'. the
most complete aul es
tensivo atock i-Uere-1 to
Whole-save or Retail
purchasers west of tie
Never having l.eea
cutdene for estc-r.t of
Stock or J air dealuus,
they mertt tbecur.iTl
ence and p.itrona?e of
DOESEY &. BB0.',
Dealer ia Ien and Boy's
5 - .1 ? l ' v. 1 .1 1
! - i'ra r-..J : 2 i: '.. 'A Z - ; 1
iJ il la J U
HATS and GAPS,
0 6f S AIID SHOE S
c a a p e t
- B AG S
Blankets and Umbrellas-
Have just received and will keep con
stantly cn Land a large and well assort
ed stock of tbe above, and all other ar
ticles in their line, which they cfTer io
the public at
VERY. LOW PSIECS
TP o XI
y jjiuxjjj2xlJ xi a,S
STAPLE AND FANCY
Embracing all tbe
nQVELTiES 01 "e Seaeon-
Aho, a large and well-selected stock of
, ;i;s -1 y ?
J ii j j j vJ
Genl3 Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS &. SHOE
HATS AISTD CAP'S.
& xi v j u :a 1 x b
,Vi f .ft si ft. - - c fL :C flt fp .
Our Good 4 were bon'it t.f fr?t hand?, and nj
think W8 can oiler sach iniacem.ntJ to piirchaer
Hi cannot fail to tuit thoso wL-Lir t buy. Call
and see for yotir?elve?.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchan
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