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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1868)
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r'ljAM HAWXBY is our authorued Agent to
rj jubscrii'iious for the Advert iter in icma-
HAWitTionr authorized Apent to receive
t'JtioM tor the Advertiser, at Clifton.
I G STARl'l our authorized Agent at Aspin-
7D KEl'L'BLICAX CLUB CONSTiTU-
SS furnished gratis at this office. Friends, or
Cjub in ecb Precinct, and be prepared for
" jt work this fli.
j-pl RLICAXS II ALLY ! There will be
yng of th Brownville Precinct Republican
at Wednesday evening, Jclj lit, at theClub
si. A general attendance ie absolute necei
n v tminert of importance will come op.
j GRAND FESTIVAL
Ladies' of tie M. E. Church will hold a Grand
at Mcrberson'a New Hall,
itpcrpoye or raising means to rnrchase a Bell
i-eM. K. Church. The Ladies are making ex
rt preparation to make this the most pleasant
,;r of the season, and, judging from those engaged
i work, thej will mccecd. The object u worth j
itwoage, and we hope that there will be a grand
3 oat to ecjcy the festivities and aid a good cause.
CHOICE TICKLES at Swan & Bro'a.
VAlJsH HARVESTERS for sale by Tudel.
fl C. LETT, Land Agent, Brown? i'le, Nebraska.
:prj5G and Fall Wheat Flour at iloGee k Co'l.
CHOICE California Wines and Brandies at City
J.I. CASES' Thrashing Machine for sale by F.
CSE LELTER A KIDDER CULTIVATOR for
, tj A. W. Morgan.
.'OEEEllE'S genuine Moline Plows, 500 at
GLEN KOCK Flour warranted good at
TEAKE & Co.'s.
FE'CE WIKE, all kind?, for sale low at
D-FORREST POKTKU has been invited to 'de
ur the 4:h of July Oration at Tecumseh.
ITRIX UUEAK.INU Pi.OWS 200 T. St H.
Uith A Co.'s mak-e at Theo. Hill A Co.'s.
ALL PERSON'S indebted to us will p1e"se call
xi it-lie iuiiniiiaiely. DuKSEY A BIvO.
; EEPrCLICAS CAMPAIGN MEDALS furnished
k Ciuli in quantity at reduced prices.
A. D. MARSH.
FEW POTATOS are in market. Wm. Small, of
leR'J Store, has sold sixteen bushels within the
Ait twenty-four hours.
! TWO GIRLS WANTED, one to do Washing and
jr. ting and one to do Dining Room Work. The
tjbest wages rid. Apply at STAR HOTEL.
I CAVE a No. 1 Sullion for sale. For pedigree,
i.,oalHn H. P. MANNING,
-3t 8 miles northwest of Brownville.
I EVAN WORTHING is building a Urge addition
I bit r.'sidt-Dce on Main street, making it one of the
tut eeortnient houses in the city.
i LONG NOT LONG for any book that you want,
l rfh has, or can procure for you, any book pub
Ltbrd ia the Ecg'.uh largucge or German.
DORSET, IIOADLT A CO, hare for sale a large
innuot of Lad, Improved and Unimproved, in the
(.unties of Nemaba, Johnson, Gage and Richardson-
' SCHOOL LANDS FOR SALE.James M. IJack
Clerk of Nemaha county, advertises, in to-day's
!pertthe School Lands for Sale. Read the adver
i.Mxcnt. I THE ERCWNYILLE MILLS are now turning
cut u l an article of Spring Wheat Flouras can
1 tctdc. The doctor invites competition and in-fj-tctin.
Sl.FALL A CO., yesterday ordered fo r Dr. Mc
PLerson 4C0 arm chairs for the Concert Hall in this
lk. When this II all is CauLcd it will have no
uporiur in the State.
FOR SALE. The north-easf quarter o' ec. 17,
tcn 5, range 10, Johnson county, 7 mile? fromTe
tttojeh. Price $3per acre. For term oi-ply to
Kc FALL A CO'S forte in the Furniture busirees
frcifts in making and putting together the wares
fy sell, thus insuring a good, substantial and well
cihtd article to their cu-tomcrs.
FAMILY CARRIAGE FOR SALE OR EX
CHANGE. I have ior aale or trade a No. 1 two
oated Family Carriage, good as new. It can be
en at Ben Rogers SUble. R.W.FURNAS.
i PERSONAL. R. W. Funaa, T. W. Bedford.
0. 8. ilewett, J. S. Churoh and A. P. Coggswell
't this week for Belevue, to attend the Grand
Wif of A. F. A. M. which opened iu session
; CONE EAST- S. Star has gnne east after tew
Goods for llnv'. Drv Goodaand Clothirir Emrwirinm.
- o r
rspidity with which this houne di.prse of
Goods is truly astoniebing, one large stock sold out
"ittson-aLd gone for another.
i JOSEPH HUDDARD hasjust opened up an ele
fnt'y Ctud op Saloon on the north fide of Main
Street, between 2ianI 3d. Joe knows how to keep
Swoon, and to mix the moat cooling beverages for
; l-is sconhing weather.
TIME TABLE. Pasjenger Trains on the Council
; Bi!V)aad St. Joseph Railroad arrive at North Sur,
JTpoeite Brownville, 90,a. m, leave for Council
: Bi"C 4:30. p, m. Tranter Coaches leave thia city
ad miikt close connections.
! I0 YOU WANT to appear well on the 4th of
I JalJ? Of eourse'wedo! Then, Gent's or Ladies'
Tn can got a complete outfit of fine Dress Goods or
; c'' tbirg at D. May's, and at such prices as will war
cy person ia "dressing op.
ALIGATOR LEATHER This article is ccming
lLU "tecsive ut,e in the east, boots made of it are
to hut forever. A. Robison, Boot and Shoe Ma
"i of this city, is now prepared to make these
"fcique and everlabting boou or ahoea.
E SHALL hereafter ecll cur Floor which took
tt 1st Premium at the late County Fair as cheap
u 7 of the same grade, and can warrant it to be
tM. Eor sale at McGce A Co's and Wm. Wal
lace's. THOMPSON BRO'S A LOVELACE.
PAPER CUTTER We have jast received one
The Cincinnati Type Foundry sew and cheap
per Cutter.' It Is the cbeapeat ar.d best iron frame
Pr Cotter now made, and ao cElce can be coa
tiered eoscplete without ene. - -
BArK A HOLTZINGEB hava cpened op their
"hoWle and Bttail Staple. and Fancy Grocery
bre ia HiU's old stand, on Main ttreet, and, of
. fourie, jdicit the patronare of the rublic. Their
'.eonsisU in bavin? sneh eflnnartiona with east-
' th" olewli,,8 toa,M od shipping facilities that
. tn oabled to ecll to country m-rehant? at
pricee than the aame articles can be had for in
Joseph and shipped to this point. They are
of eeterjrife a fid worthy of cor.filei.ee.
TUS ADVERTISER, through the campaign,' Tor
CO cents, -
. ,'SPClALDISPATJIIE3.Mwhnttelegnlph line
fvrniihes the IWartfe Journal r lUtterdow,
for lightning, tux, dax$ from St. Louitl "Oh, now
we iwlia." .
A. W. UICKELL, of the rm of McCreery 4
NickcU, baa just returned fren the East, having
made arangements by which they will be constantly
receiving fresh supplies of Drugi, Medicines, & c.
Their facilites for purchasing are such that they can
cot be undersold.
HOGS FOR SALE. By notice in to-day'a paper
it will be seen that on Monday, July 6th, the City
Marshall will offer for sale all hogs which have been
in the city pound fifteen days previous to that date.
These are hogs taken up under the Ordinance re
cently passed by the City Council.
MUSIC Prof. G. P. Berkley is now prepared to
furnish as good Orchestra Music as can be found in
the State, for School Exhibitions, Pic-Nics, private
Parties, Ball, Ac, on short notice and favorable
terms. Addiesi G.P.BERKLEY,
FARM FOR SALE. 40 acres lying within one
mile of Nemaha City and three miles of Brownville
all in cultivation ; ha an inexhaustible stream of
clear spring water running through it; a cabin with
a rplendid spring of water near by upon the prem
ises. Apply to tf G. W. FAIRBROTHER.
RUSSELL A CO'S Two-wheeled Reaper and
Mcwcr Combined has many advantages not posses
sed by any other Machine. It is undoubtedly the
lightest draft Machine in use, and possesses snch
other advantages as make it a most desirable assist
ant in the harvest field. J. L. McGee & Co., Agents.
LADIES' FANCY BAZAR Mrs. M. E.Bargis,
In to-day's paper, invites the attention of the pub
lic to her new "Ladies' Fancy Btar"just opened in
thiscity. Mrs. Bargis has excellent taste in her se
lection of goods, and she has a splended stock of
Fancy Notions on hand. She is alio Agent for the
Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine.
WE HATE RECEIVED.duringthepastten dys,
$600 worth of new Printing Material and Book
Binding Machinery, which has made a slight drain
upon our purse. Our forte does not consist in dun
ning, and we hope to bo spared the painful necessi
ty, by those of our patrons who are owing us ca'l
ing and settling. This will bring peace to us, anjl
an untroubled conscience to our friends.
J. L. McGEE A CO. are now Agents for Russell
A Company's Thrat-hing Machines, which have a
great reputation In all the Middle States, for easy
management and clean work. As it is compara
tively a new Mach ce in Nebraska, coming with the
recommendation of thousands of them in u-e for a
series of years, it would be well for perso na desiring
a Machine to call onMk.G!eA Co. bt fore purchasing.
THE CHAMPION REAPER AND MOWER has
cerUi&ly a reputation for excellence unsurpassed by
any in the market. Il ha several great improve
ments over all oiliers, both in the machine and its
draft. Farmers who want a JI)chine are requested
ti call and examine ihe Champion before purchas
ing, the Shellenterger Bro's are accommodating, and
the icveatigatioa will pay those wanting a No. 1
PERU ITEMS. The Republicans of this Pre
cinct will orgauiie on Saturday evening, June 27th,
a Grant and Colfax Club, for the purpose of more
eTectually aiding the common cause of Freedom.
They extend an invitation to Republicans of this
Precinct to come up and meet with them. We hope
there will be a good turn out from hero. We ex
pect a good account from the Peru Frecinct this fall.
MINSTREL TROUPE. Skiff A Gaylord'a cele
brated Minstrels will perform in this city, at Me-
Pheraon'g Hall, Monday evening, June 29th. Wa'
Lave teen this troupe very favorably noticed in our
em-tern exchanges, s one of the best companies now
travelling. They have in every department of their
show talent of the highest order. This is the first
Crtt class chow of this kind that has ever intended
performing in this city, and we hope our c itiiins will
give thorn a grand turn-out.
FIRST GRAND PRIZE REAPERS AND MOW
ERS. The trial to which the Reapers and Mowers
were subjected at the Paris Exposition was peihaps
the severest on record, and Wood's Machine carried
off the "The First Grand Prize, the Legion of Honor
and Two Grand Gold Medals," in a trial with all the
best Machines of Europe and America. Can more
be said ia favor of these Machines ? Thia should
be enough toconv.nce all of its merits.
A CHANGE. Wm. Small has bouphtout S. R.
Jamison's interest in the Red Store, and will here
after carry on the lusiness by himself, only with
the exception that he will extend the business and
keep euch a stock as will meet all demands that
may be made. He baa now on the way a large as
sortment of Groceries, Queensw a re, Glarsware and
Wooden ware, which will make bis equal if not su
perior to aud in Brownville, while he has recently
made suchconnections on east as enables him cot to
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Browktillk, May l'th, 1SC8.J
Present : Geo. W. Fairbrother, Mayor.
Jno.L. Carson, R. W. Furnas, Jas. L. McGeo
and C. F. Stewart, Aldermen.
Jas. C. MoNaaghtoc, Clerk.
W A. Polock, Marshal.
T. R. Fishtr, Eugineer.
Minute of la si meetiog read, corrected and approved.
The ord.nauce prescribing tbe fees of JtarsLai, Street
CoHimn-sioner and Fire Warden was infeen up and
pushed. Teas, Carwm, Stewirt, McGee and Furnas.
Also, an ordinance prohibiting Swine from running at
Urge in ihe it? or ftr..wiivii!e. Passed Yeas Uar-
sou, McGee, Furnas nd Stewart.
Movid. that the ordinance .elating to ne tase er
feet as s on as proclamation Is marie thereof by the Ci:y
Couucii, and posted at five public places in the city.
The opinion of tbe City Attorney relative to ice laws
and rd ounce fovemli g the Usuingof licerae for (he
t:e of gpirituou, ma.t and vinous liquors, ws re-ci-ived,
read, and ordered to be filed with the city rec
ords. On motion, the Marshal was directed te dispose of
the licrn-e fund now in bis p-it-ses-ioii, as follow: Tj
py $12-60 frum each of tbe applicant! for IWeue iritu
tbe bandi of the Ci y Treasurer f r the nse of tut S.ate
School Fund ; and the sum of $37,60 each fr.,m Vslieau
4 Co, and Garrison & Roberts, and the sum or $12,H)
from Charles Brieiiel, into the hands of the Treasurer,'
for ite use of the iity road fund.
ft motion the sum of $23, received from circus, was
ordered to be paid to the Treasurer for use of city road
Tlie report f the corumitree In the matter of W. F.
W"ii iron' claim, was taid over unrli next meeting.
Moved that J.-nas Hacker, ftiuierly City Collector,
be i.oLifled by the Marhl to turn over all moneys,
books and papers ai'pertaiBing to tbe ofllce, to William
II. Hoover, Treasurer.
Jjourned to meet Thursday evening May 14th. .
Mayor Off-ice, May 14th. 1369.
Present G. W. Fairbrcther. Mayor; C G. Doney, J.
L McGee, It W Furnaa. C F Stewart, Allermeu ; JC
McNaughtou, Ciera.; T B. F.sher, Eugiueer, Wm A Po
The matter ..f William F. Wils n was taken up.
Ou motion the Engineer was request! d to report 1m
mediaiely the amount of earth excavated by Mr Wilson
on Atlautic street. .
The petition of citizens on the subject of the bridge on
Levee street, w read and relerred to the committee on
Streets and Alley.
The Focineer eubrnittfrf the following report :
" 7 Myr and Ciy CovneUt
The total amount of earth removed bv Mr Wilson on
Atlantic street under his late contract, is 4410 cubic
yards. The.recoras how that be ha received $93 ia
payment. Balance due is $ lot.
TB FISBEH. Engineer."
"The cotnni'.ttee en Streets and Alleys eubuiit
their report on the claim of W F Wilson fi-r pay re
tained by former Council, ihe report of ihe Engineer,
aud recoruniends ihit laid Wits ittt-e altowert th 10m of
$IS4 lcr $?4,i5 paid, or te be paid to him. by Mr. Jam
ison, vi : the sum of $SS,55, and an oxter be drawa on
tMt bond fund for the amount. Provided, That Mr
Wil on will acreit thia - un in fill vruent of hi
claim.. Signed,' - - ' RVKUNAS,
Report adopted. Teas Furnas,- McGee, .Horsey and
Stewart. Kars none.
On Motion, tbe EDgineer was Instructed to make a.
survey of the road leading up the ravine on tee noria
side vt the city, arid sv.trait a map of the sasie to the
Council at a future meeting
Moved that an order for f50 be drawa to tbeorder ef
I theStree Commiitner, on the road fuud. to pay for
' bred hands on th;ret
Yeas Furnas, .McGee. Stewart and Dorsey Jfays
none . .
The a'xount cf ThorniS R Fi her Tvr $4 75 for labor
as per tl II on file, m as allowed, and n o-.der on general
fucd to be drawn tx the muut Adjuuraed '
J , . C.McNATjGATGJf.CUrX
Financial and Commercial.
- ' ' FINANCIAL.
Gold ii sti'.l firm, ranging at 139 to HOi
"The firmness of the premium has been support
ed," says the New York Chronicle, "by the increas
ing acarcrty of 'cash gold,'-g re wing out of the ex
ports of specie and custom payments, without any
sale by the Treasury or any important coin dis
bursement from that source. Notwithstanding,
there is a strong under-feeling in favor of a lower
premium nltimatoly, in anticipation of the coin
disbursements of the Treasury in July, nearly $40,
000,000 ot interest and principal on Sixes of 1831
being then due."
Governments are firmer and are quoted as follows
U. S. Sixes of 1SSI 117 117
U. S. 5-20$, 1862, 112 113
U. S. 5-20s, email 112
U. S. 5-20s, Registered, 109
U. S. 5-20e,lS64 HOJi 110
U. S- 5-20s, 1865 . 110 111
U.S. 5-203, intst Jan. and July 113 114
U. S. 5 203.1867, 113 114
U.S. 10 40s, large 106 106J4
U. S. 10-40s. small
U.S.7-30s June 109 109
U. S. 7-30s July 109 10.
Uompounda May, 1855 119
- Aug., 1865 118
- Sept- 1865 117
" Oct., 1865 117
The accrued interest on 7 80s goes to the seller
on 18s, 5-20, 10- 40s, and compounds, to the buyer.
"From the improved stand' that Governments
have taken since the declaration of the Chicago
Convention relative to the debt, and the near ap
proach of the completion of the funding process,"
says the Chronicle, "it is hardly to be expected
that they will again decline to the previous ranee
of quotations. Some investors are unquestionably
disposed to hold bonis at higher values ; it remains
to be seen whether European holders will respond
to this improved confidence. Among the Gorman
bankers there is an idea that 11 the event of the
Austrian Legislature permanently taxing the coup
ons of the national obligations, there will be an
increased demand for United States bonis."
Qice Chicago Journal Commerct tf Pric$ Currtnt, )
. June 17th, 186d. J
DRY GOODS. There has been rather more
doing since our last report, though at easier prices
for Domestic Cotton goods. On several makes of
Brown, and Bleached Sheetings we reduce quotations
c. Domestic Gingham are generally lower for
tbe leading makes. Brown Drills. Tickings and
Corset Jenes are also shaded from previous list.
Prints are unsettled and lower, except for dark and
desirable styles. The declioe in Domestic Cottons
is attributable to the changed position and pros
pects of the market for tbe raw material. "The ex
cessive feur ot scarcity of the raw staple that was
entertained on both sides of tbe Atlantic a few
weeks ago. has," says tb New York Sliippiny Lint,
"in a great measure subsided, and the speculative
mmia has completely died away, thus leading to a
gmdualy softt-ning of prices. Thus the main prop
to high prised goods has been knocked away, and
a grudualy settling down of prices wouid seem
to be inevitable, aj the. spring trade is over. Uatil
within ibe last few days, Prints were among the
strongest of Cotton goods: but a desire to clear off
lirht st ?!cs has led to general weakening and de
cline round. Sheeting and Shirtings have also
been marked down in some cases, but these reduc
tions somehow fail to enliven business. Buyers
persistently cling to the hand to thonth policy, and
the necea.ity of replenishing will probably lead to
a desultory trade till tbe Fall season opens."
CATTLE. The market at the opening of the
week under review ruiled dull and unsatisfactory.
There was no impovement to note in tbe tenor of
Eastern advisHS, and but for tbe fact that the re
ceipts were unusuilly light, a further decline in
prices must havs b'-en the consequence. The fresh
receipts were but 85S hiad, and entered sales 1.283
taken at the range of 350 I 75 for common to
mixed lots ; $51 for cemmin to good butchers'
cattle and st ck steer? : fi 257 for common to fair
shipping beeves and 7 25(28 25 for good to choice
. m m
Flour Winter $ sack $7 00$7 50
u Spring Vk 6 7i 6 00
Buckwheat )K 7 0
Corn 9 bushel 50 62
MealbusbV. 80 90
Bacon Hams lb 15 17
" Shoulders $ B 12 15
" Sides?) Ib 15 18
Canned Lard $ lb 12 15
Golden Syrup $ gal 1 59 2 00
Sugr Bouse Molases Ttf eal X 40 1 2o
Sugar New York A. $ 18 20
" Brown B 1 18
Coffee-Java $ lb 40 45
" Rio V ft 25 33
Cheese N. Y. Factory $ ft 25
" Country fK) 15 20
Tea Imperial lb 1 75 2 40
" Black V ft 1 25 2 25
" Young Hyson & ft 2 25 2 40
Candles $ ft 20 25
Apples Dried f) ft 12 15
" Green buahel 1 50 2 25
Dried Peaches ft 15 20
Potatoes bushel 75 125
" New selling 2 25
Coal Oil ) gal 75 75
Eggs dm 12 15
Butter?) ft 15 20
Honey $ ft 25 30
Onions $ bushel 1 50 2 00
" Setsqt 10 15
Beana None in market.
Sa!t bbl 4 00
Pickets f) doi 10 15
Lumber Cottonwood 1000 20 00 25 00
Oak 45 00 50 00
" Walnut--'- 45 00 50 00
Pine 45 00 85 00
Shingles Cottonwood "S1000 3 00 3 25
Pine 9 00 . 9 00
Lath Cottonwood $ 1000 6 50 7 00
" Pine V 1000 8 50 9 00
Wood $ cord 4 00 6 00
Hides Dry $ ft 14 15
" Greeu 5 6
Wheat, perbushel...- 1 25 1 50
Wool, per ft 20 40
J. V. D. PATCH.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Silver and Sliver-Plated Ware Constantly on band
all varieties of Spectacles. Repairing done in tbe
neatest style, and at short notice. Charges moderate.
Work warranted. City Ding Store,
BROWN vCXE, NEBRASKA.
JilaS EUNICE tKACII.
MIS3 M ABY A. 8IMPSON
LEACH Si SIMPSON,
Milliners & Dress-Makers
Wish to infor-' the ladies of Brownville 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 atter tbe latest Eastern styles.
Bleaching and Repairing done in the very latest
stle and on abort notice.
Latest ft les of Ladu 's and Children s Hats and
Bonnets constantly kept on band, also latast pat
terns of Ladies Dresses, Cloaks, and Childrens clo
thing cut on short notice
Second Sueet. between Main & Water
BR O iVJYVILLE, NEBRASKA.
. Aug.30,lSo8. x-47-ly
. . W. H. KIMRERLIN,
OCULIST AND AUHIST.
Will Treat all Discuses of 11 e Eye and Ear.
Room at the Star Hotel,
Tenders bis services to the citizens of this city and
viclniiy. May be cootuUed at tba above place from tbe
1st to tbe K th of each month. And at the Salem llot.se,
Salem, Richer dton county. Nebraska,
form tbe 10th to the last of each month. 12-1 lly
TO THE LADIES.
FOXI OXE DOLLAH OXL.Y.
WE are selling Silin, Shawl, Dry and Fancy
Hoodt of every description, also, Silver
Ware, Furniture, dc. Valualle Pretentt, from J3
to $500, sent rev of charge to agents sending clubs
of ten and upwards.
Circulars sent free to any address.
WYETH A cO.
(Successor to Messenger A Co.,)
42 Hanover St Bolton, Slat.
P.O.Box 2931. 12-I3-m
. I ; OTTT
ALL, KINDS OF STOCK.
Horses Bongbt , Sold, or Exchanged. Stoclt
Uoardtd by tht Day or tVc(lc
MY STABLES are stocked with good horses anij
bnpetes. Persona w if bins conveyance to any portion of
tte Nemaha Land District can be aocommidated
Tfce TEUU ana BROWNVILLE CO iCH
Leaves MY STABLES every m- .mmg at
Jo o'clock, a.m. Passengers or packages safe y con
veyed. Order left wUb Ui Postma te; wi!l be prompt
ly attended to. (xuiUm) ClUSLEa"GAPS.
DOCTOR' WHITTIER j
HAS been longer engaged in the treatment of
Chronic, Sexual and Female Diseases than any
other Physician in St . Louis. j
i Syphilis in all its forms, Gonorrhea, Gleet,
Stricture, Orchitis, Diabetes, and all affections of
the Urinary and Sexual Organs, are treated with
the greatest success.
I Spermatorrhea, Sexual Debility and im
potency, as the result of self-abuse in youth, or
sexual excesses in matnrer years, which produce
some of the tollcwing effects, as blotches, debility,
diwiness, dimness of sight, confusion of ideas, evil
forebodings, aversion t society of females, loss of
memory and sexual power, and rendering marriage
improper can be cured. j
! Persons suffering from Consnmptlon, Dyspepsia,
Chronic Diarrhea, Liver Complaint, Hernia, Rup
ture, or any other chronic affection, may rely upon
receiving a radical mre.
I Particular attention given to al Female Cem-:
plaints; Inflammation and Ulceration of the
Womb, Lencorrhea. Cblorisis, Sterility &c. Most
cases can be properly treated, without an interview,1
and medicines sent by marl or express, aecuredfree
from observation. Consultation by letter or at office
tbee. Charges moderate and cures guarrantled
I 53-Ofllce, with hospital accommodations for pa
tieuts, No. 617 St. Ctarles street, between Sixth
nd Seventh, St. Louis, Mo
VEE BODY can get, in a sealed envelope,
ray Theory and treatment of Sexual and Urinary
Diseases, containing full ymptom lists, for twe
postage stamps ; alsfr. my Paper relating to Chronic
anu Female Complaints, for a three cent stamp.
t 1217-ly .
ITIIOIaESAIsi: AX KETA1X!
MY ASSORTMENT OF
NEW AND DESISABLE STILES,
Hy Ovn Kanufacture,
IS COMPLETE, COMPRISING
Men's and Boy's Clothing
Which I offer to the Public at the
Very Lowest Prices
CALL AND BE CONVINCED!
3Iy Stock of Goods was made np under my
own supervision, fmm Goods bought direct from the
Factory, thus preventing the usual Stock Jobber's
profit intervening between me and my customer,
which enables me to Warrant all Goods I sell as
well and durably mad", and Warrants me in the
assertion that I can sell my Goods Cheaper than
such Uotxls were ever offered here before :
J. S. HETZEL.
Daniel Francis & Co.,
MO 1ST UME 1ST TAL
EEFS constantly on hand a large assortment o
Plain and Ornamental Monuments.
The Trade supplied .with Bloczsand Slaba. Sawing
done to order.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
II, F. BOYD, igent,
JOHN L. CARSON,
Exchange bought and sold on all the principal
Cities. Also, dealer m Goid and Stiver Coin,
Gold Dust and
Deposits received, payable at sight.
Interest paid on time Deposits by especial
agreement Taxes paid for non-residents.
All kinds of ...
U.S. BONDS WANTED
JOHN L. CARSON.
Has jast received and will constantly keep on
band a large and well selected s tock of genuine ar
j'ces in ia line.
One Door vest of Grant's Store, Broom
Of Clocks; Watthesaod Jewelry done on the short
est Nolle. . . - -
BrovnvlUe. Neb.. Karen 15th. 1866. 10-25-ly
rial Pe&chcs, Apples, lilackberei, Cherries Air
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" C. ATJLTIIAIT & Co'a
THE OXLT GEXUI2TB
C. Acitmix, I He-n-kt IT. Tatt.cs,
Jlauufctarcr, I Uca'l Western Ag't,
Canton, Ohio. Chicago, IIL
TWO STYLES OF HORSE POWERS.
Tho Improved "Carey' Power,
(Both eight and tea horse.)
TIH3 "COTIPEN-SATIG" P07E2,
(Both eight and ten horso.)
Alaalabla amliticn eshis aaongtLresiers to "oira
3i9 lest mactiae ia tie neighborhood." NolLhj b
tjotq dieagreeaLla to them than to Lave farmers com
plain that theix work ia not properly flcrae, 01 to losa
Talnable Uia by reason of breaia??, aad tiey caa
aot be too carcfal ia. selctlr a mackae.
The Sweepstalces rs the accredited head
of the Tlireshinar ilathinn fitniily, and i tn sufxrior
strength, durability, simplicity, ease of draft, etyl
5f fiiiihli, and capacity for threshing ami duiin;
grain faster and butter than any othor iu the world,
are acknowledged. -
Tl;e great repntation achieved hy ih3
favorite mivchinehas led several unscrupulous maua
Sictnrr, an i numerous agents, to attarU the n.tin
Swektstake?," iu one way and another, to theif
taacUiuea and adrertiscnients to mislead and deceive.
This 13 the essence of meanness down-
- right piracy, and sailing under false colors. To
avoid tho connt'-rf -it, ae that every machine liaj
the card, " C. AVI. TUX'S & CO., SlA.wrACTVttr.ES,
Cnnln, u'lin," in pilt loiters, conspicuously ou botli
aides'of the Separator.
The Genuine S-weepstate3 ecablei'the
threslior to pick his custom'Ts, seldom stops for re
pairs. Lists much lonr than others, saves nnch
griinibling anil vexation, does the xarae amonnt of
work with 1- ss labor, and enablts him to Select the
best and most profitable jobs.
The farmers give it a preference, ari(j
often un extra price per bushel, be causa it threshes
clean frointhft heads, separates perfectly from the
straw, cleans fit for market without waste, save all
the erain, dea its work with the utmost speed, safe
ty aud economy, nnd does not keep a tans of men
ad teams about them on expense.
The elesant "Patent Pivot Bide Gear'
is to ba found only o: the s weetstakxs.
Our "Patent Cleaning Apparatus" en
able the operator to control the direction f th
blast, and position of the geives, and clean tithei
Heavy or li'jht grain, without waste, as fast as it
an ! threshed, tl chaff aud dirt being separata
rrom the grain lejore U iinkt$ the $eu-e al ail.
Semrp.tors, Horse Powers, Etrs.-w Stack
ers, Gear3 or Jacks, sold separately, -when
aVsired. A written wnrrnntv rl' hvered with every
machine. The "SWEEPSTAKES " is usnaly a very
tcarce article after harvest, and parties sliouU order
Call or send and get a pamphlet circular,
giving a full descriptiou and particulars, together
with numerniis ci-rtiticates, and the names and resi
dence of over thre thousand pTsous who have
b-night and used tho Sweepstakes iu Illinois, Iowa,
Uinneoota, WUcousin, and Kansas, aloue.
For fa'e ty
THEODORE HILL & CO.,
Vo. iG, IcPaicrson's I2Iock,
n34-3ia Droivnvllle, ebraika.
YTholesale and r.etail Dealer in
la eveey variety, for 1IAN"D AJCD PCSTEa.
WROCGnT, GALVEXIZED IRON AKD LEAD
Rubber IIosc and Packing1,
STEAll WHISTLES, GAUGES. LIGI1TX1SG
CONDUCTORS COPPER, ETC.,
No. 13 Third Street, near Kduiond,
ST. JOSEPH, LIISGOURL
jnOrers solicited and promptly flllel at lowest
Corner Gth and St. Cliarlcs
Also Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Hair
Slc, Ac, &c.,&c.
Reaper and Mower !
WALTER A. WOOD
Reaping & Mowing Macliine
IIOOSIC FAL.I.S, X. Y.
TLls mach; Le was awarded Ibe
First Grand Prize,
THE I3IPEIUAL. CROSS,
of the Legion of Honor, and two grand Gold Medals st
Paris Exposition of 1887,
and is pronounced the
Best Mactane in t&e World.
C3ll aDd jrt a Pamphlet (tlvinff cut of Machines and
Its parts, with details as to superiority
ROCEf.T 1E1RE . CO.,
33-'J Sole Agents.
:o.niiL tC3. - -.
Teaters la '
Ladies' Gent's an
Tormicj, perhaps, the
mes! complete ant ex
tensive stock c ffered to
Wholesave or Retail
purchasers west of the
K ver havioK been
outdone for extent ot
Stock or rair dealings,
they merit the confid
ence and p'itronae of
Xo.7C. nicPIierson's Block. Xo.TC.
DOESSY & BRO.,
Dealers in Men and Boy's
'hs&j -Ear 'jj ill Jj J II J v vl jpH
HATS and CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
TEIHKS. f UI1CES.
Blankets and Umbrellas
Have just received and will keep con
stantly on hand a large and ivell assort
ed stock of the above, ad all other ar
ticles in their line, which they cHer to
the public a'i
VERY LOW PEIECS
STAPLE AND FANCY
Imhraclngalltlie iQygjYJrg of tha Seisoa.
Also, a large ani well -selected gtoclt of
1 ti ri
GeDts FurnishiciT Goods,
BOOTS & SHOES,
U.A.TS .AJSTD CVIJS.
-W mJ J J U J il J ijJ
Oar Goods were bonght cf first hands, aci w
think we can offer such inducements to purchasers
as cannot fail to suit those wishing to buj. Cail
and see for jonrf elves.
All kinds of Produce takea in exchange
for Goods 50
MRS. J. M. GRAHAM, "
TEACHER OF .MUSIC.
LrSSOSJ GIVES O THE PIASO, ORCAJT,
MELODEOX. CT7ITAR AD VUC ALi I A T l(
Hzvinj had ei'iht years experien.ee c T'fehrr t
Mmictn Mew York i cvn.Jtnt officii'-; ' n i.om.
Korms Mam, bet. 4'h ijc 5ih su-.
o-l j BRQirxriLLE, XLZZJ.SKA.
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