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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1868)
BT PEKH VEST.
The moon wcs high across the dell;
f The river v t our feet
Wis. wl.!vi-crli ui. lite yfllowt.rJh.us,
f A iuryJow ui B-.t t : t
You know the t .ow mavis trillod
Across tLo j tliow i.a 5 j
Ilia love tionj:, and we luiidlv felt
Twos ini-ant for you and rner
Twas rucaul for you and me.
I wind ni" of the Lappy hush.
That It-11 oloni; the air:
"We looked into each otiicr's eyes,
And read u b-sson there;
And oh, how pla! a hope rose up T
How joyous, fresh end free '
The lirsl wild flower of love thai sprung;
To bloom lor you and ine,
To blooin for you and me.
V'c parte 1 late; the nightly dews
Veie streaked with bells of gray;
A f -ry star ped up across
Tlie rosy kUc of day;
,JIiji.y-WK'4.-.ci'rurlverboro , ,
Uui wcrvt to c-a;
'It If-!; I hind one haj py aiht ;
- -Of love to you aud me, ' "
Of love to you and me.
Loss of Life Intense Sufferlngr.
On Tuesday, Nov. 3, ISO's tlieUnfon
train, bound for Yashinpton, and
drawn bv the locomotive Loyalty, in
charjretif U. (Jrant as enjrineer, was
run into the Uiehmond train, drawn
by the engine Itobel, in charpe of Ho
ratio Seymour, engineer,, and Frauk
P. Blair", Jr., li rein an. Thc'tlic-ck fnf
me conning i rams was K-rrinc toe
liic-nniona train was mrowii on tne
track, and tlie engine und ears were
precipitated down a 8ter embank
ment, and were piled up in a promis
cuous hesp in the Salt river, a crook
ed little stream that meanders through
The passengers of the Union train
having providentially escaped injury,
hattened to the relief of the su Hirers.
The lift-less bodies of Horatio Seymour
und Frank I. lilair, Jr., were ex
humed from the wreck, and examin
ation showed that their death was in
stantaneous. Andrew Johnson, of
eies !''? tva- Toi'fch in fcn Aincbn
aLiots condition, but on adniinUter
rfigti PtrmuJsnt cf old liurbon, he Te
vivedud articulating, "I am Moses,"
Salmon P. Chae was drawn out of
the debris frightfully bruized and dis-
ligurcd ho that his most intimate
friends could not recognize him. IIe
was identified bv a greenback portrait
of himself formic! upon his person., i
John Quincy Adams, of Massachu
setts, Buttered a fracture of the skull,
and a medical investigation failed to
detect any brains in his cranium.
Poor Adams was the last, bad remnant
of an historic family, and preambula
ted the country as a etroliig,.r,ctor,
eubsijtiife o-jtlje repu'utioaf hi.an
cestors. His remains were taken to
Quincy, Mass., for interment.
George V. Woodward, of Pennsyl
vania, was found in a delirious condi
tion, incoherently muttering to him
self, "Negro Sufii-age;" "White
flair's r Government;" "Jxceve
Taxation ;" ''CariM-t-Bapsers;" "ideal
Is wags," and other gibberish'. He
was conveyed to the lunitic asylum,
Rnd the physicians pronounced his
cae hopeless and his recovery impos
sible. The ether pasengers were chiefly
from the late Southern Confedracy
end Ireland, aud they were 'all more
br less injured.
"The -accident was' caused by the
recklessness of the conductor of the
Richmond train. Wade Hampton, and
his brakeman, Butcher Forrest who
disobeyed the orders of the superin
tendent, American People, Esq., who
had instructed them to switch ofi the
llichmoud -train at a way-station -and
allow the Union train a clear track to
AVatbington. 2V Uaddphia Press.
TIio 3Ij stcrlous Bed.
From the Jsew York Ac, Not. 7.
A traveler while wending his way
through the eastern portion of the
State of "New York, t-toriried over night
fit, the village of S , with o me
ricndi, Who were great wags. In one
of the bedrooms of the house there
tvas a bedstead," fastened by pullies to
the exiling. Night time came, and the
jjavelcr was siiown to his room. A
girl led the way, candle in hand, and,
after pointing out tlie bed, departed
with the light, saying that fche needed
jt for the other lodgers. The traveler
uudres?ed and grouped his way to the
bed, or to the f pot where he had seen
dt; but was amazed to find that it had
Mlieappeard. From corner to corner
. ho grouped, but the search was useless.
Scnncwn:t frightened, he commenced
vfchouling, proclaiming thatvthe house
was bewitched. The landlord und two
'or three of his guests, bearing light",
.answered his emphatic summons, aud
just as he was about to tell the story of
tluvmissintj bed,' ho looked, and lo!
there it stood as it was before, lie
tried to inform them of his inability to
-Jinrithe cheadstead, but they only
iatighrd -at him.' telling him he must
' be ii i7.y. Eluding liim good-night,
,arid advising him to go to bed at onco
' and" fclccp oir his delirium, they left
vhiui. ; As soon as they had shut the
,-loor he made a dive for the bed, and
landed on the floor. He then began to
ihalloo and yell louder than ever, and
darted for the door. In attempting to
descend the stairs he fell headlong to
' thejbettem; making such! a terrible
noise that all the inmates rushed to
him to learn the cause of the disaster!
A?aifV ha told ids story, but it was re
ceived with ridicule. To satisfy him
thtl he had bccnmitaken, one of the
guc ts propf 'Sedto enter the room with
hlr end remain there until he shoubi
fail aslec p. The jro osition was gladf
ly accepted, and in about twenty to in
wigs then gently hoisted the bedstead
..almost to the ceiling, and commenced)
shouting "lire, murder," &.c Thor
"cr. ;' 7 alarmed, lie sprang out of bed,
bu j! distance being fully six times
f-Ti ie clculatfdrhe imagined that
li'i. 1 fallen over fifty feet. -Fear
f-t i to strengthen his lungs, and he
bhouted like a trooper, proclaiming
that Uie nouse was hauntea, ana that
the imp of darkness had attempted to
l:y awa3' with him. 1 he other guests.
"wLo had entered the room, coldly
pointed to the beadstead, saving that
it coula not have moved: but they
worc- unable to shake the lelief that
his infernal majesty had taken refuge
XU the mysterious bed.
Return ofthe Presldent-Elect.
Tlie quiet and unostentatious man
ner in which Gen. Grant returned witn
his family to his residence in Wash
ingtou city, on Saturday evening
"from his extended visit among his
old friends and relatives jn the West,
is iu keecping with his general usage
heretofore when traveling, 'a well as
in-entire consonance with his ta?tes
and inclinations, which lead him to
avoid puUic display as much as is pos
sible or compatible with his station.
In fact, his modesty and simplicity of
eaaraetcr ior awhile obscured from
the gaze of the nation his intrinsic
merits, until some of the first series of
his great deeds in the war turned the
blaze of a calcium-hght full upon his
-"face, as he stood patiently waiting for
farther opportunities to signalize his
, 'devotion to the service of his imperil
led country. Unlike the showy Mo
t Clcllan, he was always greater for ac
tiveduty than fordres-parade. It was
rellf however, that the Mayor of this
citv,; and the Soldiers and Sailors'
""Union and Grant cluls, who have
done efficient service here during the
canvas as well as long before in com-
"municdtion with soldier-organizations
all over the country, (arrangtug as
' thry did iri great part the p.-eiima-
, -, -TTT-
riesof that magnificent demonstration
of the Bojs-in-Blue at Philadelphia,)
should propose to tender to the illus
trious General so soon to be our civil
himagiatrate-,a, token of,. welcome
j&nd an expression Cf .their joy ba hi
y-eturn'-to the rational; cat its.1. flt
vwW Lave seeded dike indilicrence;
almost bordering on disrespect, if they
had not entertained the idea of so
doing. Scrupulously desirous of con
sulting the Gencral'a feelings and
wishes in this respect, they sougui an
interview, in special reference to the
matter, with Gen. Dent, of his stair,
ivlid Is his brotht r-inlaw. They held
Inlubeyance'all preparations ioc k proi
cession, music, &c, with the view of
their entire abandonment if it were
ascertained that they would be dis
tasteful, or if they should, on consul
tation, be deemed for any reason inex
pedient. The interview of the parties
ni:Y,ci 'with Gen. 'Dent, warla?tte
hihc-t degree cordial and uiutually
pha-ant-and satisfactory, and termi
nated with the understanding that,
while the President-elect was averse to
any public reception on his arrival, he
wo'uld always be glad to see his friends
and fellow-citizens whenever disposed
to call upon him. Before long, there
may; rperhtpsfite ;a; taompUaieBtary
serenade to 1dm at his residence on I
street. I have been thus particular in
detailing the facts concerning the pro
posal of a public welcome to the Com
ing Man who has arrived, because
there have been some very scoundrelly
misrepresents ions of tticfn?njien iu
some of tlrt-.ropperhead paper, avhichj
after oinj!ig upon his naoie for; sever
al inon tlis the" foulest abT3?e7"haVe all
at once constituted themselves the offi
cious guardians of his honor and re
pose, and because there have alsibeen
in a few Republican journals some
malapropose strictures and unjust com
ments. The. Jioys-in-Blue aml Grant
men. in gewnd ntWshiington know
as'iuuch about propriety "as those who
fippantly criticize them. It is with an
especial ill-grace that the sort of criti
cism alluded to comes from those who
approved the immense torchlight ova
tions to McClellan the failure, a few
weeks sfaiia New. Yorker who. fired
salute a.jd (ihurra'icd iri crowds wher
ever Seyftiour halted and speechified
on his 'late stumping-tour, and then
wrote nauseating purls - about his
graceful attitudes, and bearing and his
"Grecian" oratory. "
Sir. Bccclicr on the Rings.
irtuidreds of people went away fronl j
riymouth Church unable to get in3de
of the house last evening. "Abhor
that which is evil" was Mr. Beecher's
text. Ho said that there was a grow
ing tendency among church members
and others to allow wickedness to
grow and flourish from a mistaken
idcaUliat every maa should, attend to
nia. .wn wusinesa uthers comproH
mised with their conscience until they
became indifferent as to whether the
guilty were brought to justice or not.
New York has nearly as many
churches as dens of infamy, yet the
pulpits of that city allowed all kinds
vl corruption to grow within jta 1x5 r
dcrc until .'it 3s ecccuj only, to Sodoca
and Gomorrah. v-Businessmen who
stand high in the church set examples
before their clerks that ought to make
every honest man abhor them from
the bottom of his heart. Ministers
are supposed to be the mouth piece of
God, yet they grow fat in the serviccof
the Devil by keeping silentwhen .they
should lift up their voices and expose
the wickedness of corrupt men in high
places. J ustice is bought and sold, or
knocked down to the highest bidder.
The very word "Judge" stinks, and
could some of these ministers of so
called justice be placed under paren
tial rule once mora, to have the scenes
of their childhood renewed, it would
bo a blessing to;, them and their coun
try. AVere ll-the villainies of men
iti'liigh-places'brmight to light, they
wouiu include all the crimes known
to Sing jnjrami'AnbnTn." It ia time
for some one to "thunder," or society
will be overwhelmed with the corrup
tion of its members. Thefoundat.ous
of the Government are supportedy
votes. When these votes are lought
and sold the Government rests .on
quicksand. This is bad enough; but
what shall we 6ay when Legislatures
are put into the market? The onlv
difference, between New York and Al
bany is that the' latter place is 150
miles .further up the river. kThe p6o-
pld .nflst' rise'jipj af?d snow their afT.
horrence of these Avicked men. Until
the church and its members do this
we are at the mercy of swindlers and
thieves. In his prayer Mr. Beecher
called on God to have mercy on the
judges, and take them away. -,i,
, 1. 1 . ,1,, -.
Thero is something so fascinating
about 'thU exercise iff ''Object Les-
sonsf", timt .u id luihio to be given
more prominence than its merits de
serve, and yet when judiciously con
ducted it can be made very profitable
to pupiiaoiaii ages-x i - f
Accuracy should be secured in the
answers given, itoth as to the facts Bta
ted and the language used; Take, for
example, twenty minutes some Satup4
day, and talk about the timber oithis
State. Prof.. Swallow saya: ,
Ihere is an aoundaiiee-of the verv
best kinds of timter. and the useful
varieties are as well distributed asjin
anyjtortionpf the Union r" -Flare, wal
nut, Cherry, ash, maple, oirch, hick-.
ory, oak, linden, Cottonwood, poplar;
sweet, black ami .yellow gum ; cedar,
cypre?s", "Sycamore, .locust, collee- tree,
elm." pecan, chestnut, tulip tree, (the
whitu and yellow. poplar .ol Kentucky
and southern Missouri)," beech,' willow,
nacKoerry, muloerrjv tupeio, catalpa,
lronwood. tioinbeanr- ana dox elder
are louixt in great abundance In the
State, and-many of them-In their
known varieties. There are six spe
cies of hickory, three of locust, eigh
teen of oak, and varieties of other
trees in like proportion. v M ;
All these kinds of trees grow very
large in - our uecn rich sous and our
warm climate. The following, selected
from the catalogue I send you, will
give an idea of the- vast size to which
some, trees grow in our State : Svca-
mores, 130 feet high and 43 feet in cir
cumference : oaks. 100 feet hizh and 29
feet in circumference ; cypress, 130 feet
nign and z leet in circumference;
wajnuis, nu leet nigh and 21 feet In
Ask your nunilstobrincr in anv and
all the information they can obtain for
the next lesson in regard to what
those varieties of timber can be used
for, and you will at once perceive the
utility of this exercise. Journal of
A part3 of the surveyors In Arizona.
enrag-1 in exploring the country for
railroad routes, lately came upon some
very exteustve ruins on the bank9 of
the Little Colorado river. They extend
along the river for many miles. Some
of the . walls of buildings are yet in
their places, and stand six or eight
feet high. The streets may be traced
for miles, ihe old Irrigating canals
and ditches era yet in a fair state of
preservation, and may be. traced for
miles also.,,. The ground is strewn
with broken crocsery-vare, 1 ho par
ty fouiid some rearly.T.'hcla ves-ola of
curious form... The ware seems to be
of a dirtrent.quaiitv, andlUnef than
that found at most of the ruins in Ari
zona. Manv of the walls of the buil
dings were built of hewn tone, and
put up in a workmanlike manner. To
all appearance here once stood a city of
many 'thousand inhabitants. .Who
they were or to what tribes' they be
longed," there is no record left to show.
On the . east bank are the ruins -of a
large structure or castle, covering
several, acres of .land, ft some' of the
walls are yet standing to the night of
twenty or thirty fet.
i UkJ DEALER IN
IV o. 43, 3Xtiiii Street,
I f t r $
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X y i- - . . .a
F. A. TISDEL & GO'S
Ilka fdl K0U b0
V u f Ji U H i! H 5
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v - ni ! rf fi s. v
SULKY AND' WALKING. CULTIVATORS!
TIC TO R TO U S
. . . tPS-Ahead of all lu the
Cayuga Chief Reaper and Mower.
i V L
Sweepstakes ofthe World !
I Challenge all Self-Rakes to a
WAG DNS AND CARRIAGES
, . y- STUDEBAKER WAGONS.
THE BEST WAGOAS 3I4DE!
TWO LScn CO THE BINDING and RID 13 ALT THE WHILE
1 J?1??0? a nan? ?T a" the Machlaes Sell!
Oc:rn3r -'and ' " iSee Po 1
AndMfelf I cannot suit roa In goods and PRICES ! Th., t-t v.
; 4 'F.VA.::Tisdel-& Co.. ' ;
r. lrt 4 Atlantic St., BiwovUle.
f ) '
SS 2SL jL
AT A L. L. FA I R S I
Order Early !-W
CHIEF ORnptjr "
Cuts Six F t!
Trial", machine' : againsV Machine I
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable!
Ben. Rogers, Proprietor.
Nos. 82 and 84 Main Street
Doaler In all kinds of stock. ITorses bought,
sold and excliangi-d. Stock boarded by tiie
The Propritor has recently erected an entire
new, lnrs;e and eommiKleoua Stable, ncfr tlie
oll Erownville House. His sto k is all i'resh
and vehicles new. The public can be accom-
mouatett at ali Hours,
DAY OR IVIGHIT.
A stock corrall, with an abundant supply
of pure water, attached to the stable. , 4-ly
Livery, Safe, Feed and Exchange
STABLES ! .
Corner Main and Levee StreeU,
Buys, Sells and Exchanges
STOCK, CITY PnOPEHTY,
Has Large Slock Corrall close to Steam Fer
ry Landing. . stable acmniniodatlons for"
Single and Match Horses, Buggies and Car
riages always on hand for sale. . 40-y
Peru Livery Stable,
Dealer in 1
All Kinds of Stock, '
Horses Bouglit, Sold, or Exchanged.
Stock Boarded by the Day or Week.
MY STABLK3 A.K8 STOCK KD wit koo4 Oorrei
n4 bnKcles Persons tusblne conveyance to mnjr
portion of tha Nemuba Land District can be aocom
ta dated The
Peru &. Brojrnville Cdach
Leaves KT STABLKS every morning at 10
o'clock. A M Passengers or packages safe y Con
Tfywl. Orders left with the Postmasters wi't be
pro . ptiy attended to. (xil3l8m)
Country Iler chants,
FAIUilERS, & OTHERS
EGGS, FLOUR, AND
. MEAL, FLAX, CO'i
TGN, DRIED FRUIT,
GREEN FRUIT, &c.
FURS AND SKINS,
GRAIN AND WOO..
HEMP, TALLOW, .
SEEDS, GaML, c
JO SI AH CARPEIITER
412, 444 & 446, TVuUngtos St.,
NEW YORK CI
And receive-his tveekly Price Chirrant
of Produce and Groceries, the most
complete Price Currant ' pub
lished in the United States.
Send for a Price Currant.
Marking Plates & Cards Fnrnislied
Liberal Advances Made on Consign
Established May 1, 18 G8.
First Class Reference given whe;. required. " 24-ly
THE APPETITE FOR TOBACCO
Leave o IT Using: that I'olsenous
One box of DewiU'i- preparative in wrraneI to
destroy the appetite for t. .Imcco In any ieisni
uo matter iiow Iro(lg the hb t my 9 if fails
in any cote the moneg unit be refunded nund
ri have used it who witling to beir witness
to the fact Oat DeWi'ls prep .ration completely
destroy the appetite for icbaccj and leave- the
persoi a,-free iroui a y denire for it a berore be
cciuuii.c-(l tt.i use It i pretectiy tut and i.arm
iet-s la all case The prpara ioi. actKd r;tly np
on ihe rame R.ands a d sretetions affec ed by ta
bacco and through tb.-se opon the blood th 'rugh y
cea'iing the pois in of to iacc fr-nn the ys'fm
No ni' 're h'Uken'.g t tr toboo after using Da
Will' r eparaiion. RcoI eel i it warranted
U U 12 X D 4 T I O S.
The foi. owing re few i-eltrctMl from the njQi
tit. -de f rCumnieiidi i n in o'ir' i.)sesiui ;
Kroto C. A B-dser-. St L' Uis Mo J
' S' LOUiS pnl tl. 1863.
I herdby certify that I hve u-d bacon f.rtwe .
ty yeais p', nd for tbe t-n year i nave
used two D"iiD'l p-r m th I h-tvv m id-1 at'einpi.
lo 'eavei.T .1 dm rut tinw I 'Ve 'eit off -
ear ai a t inic but a w.-ys C 'titi ued 10 iiukr
after It until I u--d I). Witi's Prep .rti in, whiib
h a cumileu'iy cured me u! the aipilte for 10
bauco. t wounl r. . iimuiPiid all who are flectd
silh ihu teriible hat.U io try .b P epara'ioo
O A KOKKRrS
From John Knip--, S L-.ni
it. LOL'IS June 1 JS6.
TblaU toror Ifv thi- I uave'usel tbCv tur
e ghteoit ye-rs . ir ei n.aiy time to le off
but have :ittrrd is nil. h front a dmifMS m m)
bead ami g ait g a 11 y st. nich that i ha e m-ou
given up ihe iraii A friei d advised ui- to u
jour PreparaiRu, iid it omp eieltt cur.d me
J. HN KN1PK
f.. in W. a Smtli C lumb'ts Obio.J
t OLVMBUS Jjiy 198
.1 hfebj certify ht b x tf yur Prepara ton
entirely removtd ail the ue of ibcc
H A. SMITH.
Fr..n Km- K -py, Sprin fle . M 'i
frHlMiritLU Atlgurl 6"h. 1 68
I ltsedo buZ of jur Pieaiat:-n i. ' enr i
a. Wni. K.spr.-
I merely give these aa amp' f wbai lam
receiving daiiy. All letters to inquiry cbeerfai ly
anvwered Prc of Preparation. $1 per bX. If
to be sent by mail a cenu additional fo. postage,
afouey teal by mail al mv risk AWrr-s
' CUAAL&S DEW1TT, C.en
n47-y . 8t Cbuia Mo..
MISS 1IAHY A. SIMPSON,
MILLINER & DEESS MAKER,
Second Street, bet. Main and Water.
WlsWto Inform the Ladies of BrownTiUe
and vicinity, that the has afirst class
"WTiere work will be done with jrreat care and
neatness, and after the latest Eastern styles.
Bleaching done la the very lat8t style, and
on short notice. . , .
Latest 6tylescf Ladles' and Children's Hats
and Bonnets constantly on hand. Also latest
patterns of Ladies' Dress Goods, Cloaks, a ad
Children's CiotiUcj cut on short notice.
DRY GOODS GROCERIES
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
V AS K E E NOTIONS,
H0SIEBY AND WHITE GOODS.
And every other kind of Goods kept in a Western Store, which we will
Whenever yon are in Town Call and See Us!
Corner 31alu and Second Streets,
rr ' f-r -i x. v
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Iri Steel if
"Waon, Carriage and Plow Woodworks.
AGKICULTURAL I3XI'LTXiars TS,
Sprina-s, Axes, Axels, Shovels, Spades, Files, Rasps, Chains, Carriage and
Tire Bolts, Nutts and Washers, Nails, Horse Nails, Horse and Mule Shoes,
Saws, etc. CJastnijj and iioiiow-wnre, buar ivetties Ana
irons. Skillets and Lids, Stew pots. Bake ovens, Fruit kettles and Sad Irons
RL..4CIiMI I'li'S TOOLS, Anvils,
Hand Hammers, Vices, Pincers, Itaps, Earners' Knives, luyre Iron, &c.
OUTFITING GOODS. Ox Yokes,
Ox Shoe nails, Shovels and Picks, Gold
stun. 1,000 celebrated Jloliue;lJlows.
Eagle Mowers, gr&SSXF M'Cormick's RM?d
Kallers Horse Corn Planters, Sulky
Hay Rakes, etc., etc. I alrtranK s
- . Buying my good direct from
Inducements to- Wholesale Buyers at
Union Foundry and Machine Shop.
Burnside, Crowtlier dc Sogers,
Cor. 8th and Jessani St ... .St. Joseph, Mo.
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
Mill Works of all Kinds.
Iron Fronts made to or.ler on short no
tice, and satisfactory to all parties.
Also fluent for Gardener & Robertson's Im
proved Talent Governor. 4i-ly
CORNER 6th and ST. CHARLES Sts.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
AIo Dealer in
LIME, HAIR, CEMENT,
Plaster, White Sam, Fire Brick.
Ac, fcc, Ac, Ac. U-i-'Ay
W. M. WYETII & CO.,-
Wliolesale Dealer In
Harness, Skirting and all kinds of
SADDLERS LEATHER & HARDWARE,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, &c.
-AEents for Dit?onH Circular Saw and
S MAR-'lW'd SAFES
No. 6, South Third, bet. Felix A Edmond Sts.
T. JOSEPH.MO. 451y
WOOLWORTII & COLT,
And Dealers in
Book, Stationery, Paper
No. 12, 2d St., St. Joseph. Mo.
CASH PAID FOP PA GS!
JOHN PINGER w- H- lOfGLAS
rirs'Qi:it & uouglas,
Wholesale Dealers In
Ac, Ac. No. 7, Fourth fctreet,
ST. JOSEPlLMO.' 451y
LEMON, ROSEA & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealei iu Forelgt.
Dry Good3, Clothing, Etc.,
No. 5 Fourth Street, ST. JOSE1H.
A large stock always on hand. Order
Licited. Satisfaction guaranteed. S-ly
UNDERHILL & EATON,
No. 2 Cltjr buildings, St. Loaia, 3Io.
Second National bank St. Louis, Mo.
Allen, Copp AN isbet, St. Lools.Mo.
Branch State Bank of Iowa Debuqne.
Johnston A Bacon, Banker Ft.3Iadi.son, Fa.
Isaac Scarrit A Co., - Alton, 111.
Blair A At wood, Alton, 111.
I. X. PISEK. T. E. BEYNOLD3.
Eight Btreet, two blocks from R. R. Depot,
ST. JOSEPH, MO. 4oly
e FtnishlDg Ltuabf at
mm ail Ms,
i jcrt i it mm a s i i M
Stocks and Dies, Bellows, Sledge and
Axle Grease, Ox chains, Wagon Jacks
Pans, etc. Hubs, Spokes and Bent-
Corn Cultivators, Hand Corn Shellers,
manufacturers I offer great
Constable'' s Iron and Steel Warehouse I
St. Joseph, Mo.
DANIEL FRANCIS & Co.
DIarble W ORES !
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Keeps co:ihtantly on hand a large assortment
Plain & Ornamental Monuments
The Trade supplied with Blocks and Slabs
Sawing Done to Order.
31. F. BOYD, Agent,
21-Iy Erownville, Nebraska.
James A. J ackson & Co.,
STAPLE AIID FANCY GROCERS
No. 107 North 2nd St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
Consignments of Country Prod nee sol ittted.
From our experience in this branch of busi
ness, and by giving it our personal attention,
we feel confident we can make it to tlie in
terest of parties to give us their shipment.
T II E
Is rrtaile-1 at a price wllbia 'he react) of all.
This Machine nri a- iirambt rrtdle, niakea tbe
liKE aTIT H (alike '!) bulb iiIeK). ba a nelf
a''jn iog te Riun and cn d e-y Tariety of
aewmg. It win hem, (eH hind, ordt braid em,
q uii, tnck rtfile ard gather ; wil w. rkeqaHr
wWI on riik liDen, w. oieu or cutt D ( o s. witb
iik, '.ir.en. or cotton thread.
Warranted for Five Years
Our Aonts wi!l be supplied witb duplicate part
01 he Mjcbine nci."l accidt-ot It Diatet pe-
lir-fi' the ta e -tiirb mudh hv th .Si; aer . Wbee'
k Villi fl lliwe, aiol Fn.rPDre Mcliinea " It ba
the l'iiler-teit like ibe b.Kt f biyb-urto-d M-
c ue anil i the only low-priced Sum He MM;hian
nihftD iket tl-atbn- fl i 'eed We me enabie
1 1 pel I a Or. r!a- SHUTTLE MACHINB at a ery
i w price 011 acciiiiiit ffu Smip'icctr, and cuoe
qne.l low &i f J4an .rciuriU((, .a comparW.JU
wni) C 'iip:ica;ed M n-biMea.
Wr wi-h to arrne witb Aeenta tna'e or female
ti rri.r ut lb- Aineric.u Sn'tie 37in Kacbine
n ech S Hte (.'.. 11:7 aud Tun la tLe Umtrd
S lt" and OnUmo Rttra in lncftieQis to Kxper
ieit. el Aitenu. "T lull prlicalar. aa to Salary
jr C ymniiMou. 'dret
G. V. IT, Andrews,
v B fir th beiifflt at oor Aeeots we have ar
rHi'iied ith parties ho bare oj atiiabe to-ae-lr,?
it ibit Aaen'e t eI. We will gent
bOCl C 3PLES ar l fu.I p .rticrlari on rece pt
f one rd utimp. Are G. T. N. aNDI.XWa
Geaeral Ar't. Detroit U,:h. I 3-ly
2 Wl ? r Kail Street oppoaitr
Also Agent for
clocks, TTATcrrr;, j
ato. 53 "Main Street, ISrovcTlIle.
' JOSEPH SHUTZ,
lias Ju.t opened and will nctanfTt
tvi keep on haiul a liirz and w;i s4urtei.
stoek. 0 genuine articles in hi Lu. . i
ITepalrlnj; of Clocks, Watches, sni Jew-'
elry uone on short notice. i
ALL H OP.A WAILRAXTZn.
J. II. SHOOK & BROS.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in N'ativfi rumrw-
of ail kind, lengths, breadths and thickness,.
BILLSDA XiTII ,
NEilAIIA COUNTY, NEISIIASIL1.
They own and ran oneor tlie best Saw Mill '
In the htate, and will furnish j
MECHANICS AD liUILDERs!
With A bill of T.n-mhor rt Wf '
short notice, at te Lowest Market Prico.
'Lath, and Picliets
Always ou hand for sale.
Thev'also sel' chear) at their stor in TTi!'a
duie all staple Dry tijxl.s and Groceries, and 4
such artielt-s aa are in nt-ne nil use. 1
llemernber the business, the men, and th 1
Ptace. l-jy j
3fEW SXJG.V3X FERXi-ST
The Erownville Ferry Company hare novr
Nortli Star and Phelps City, Mo.,
thenewand comrntx"l usSteam Ferry
UAF.Y J. AH2JOU), .
ThU boat Is entirely new. with Roweran
capacity to cross everything that may come.
In any wtather. r j
For croKsina Cattl Into or out of this Laud
District this is the best point This boat h
especially rated up to ensure safety In crons-injrt(x-k,
and larsje cattle pns nrf alrpaty
erected at the St Joe. A C. B. IVpot at Phelp
City. We can insure the traveling public
that all in our power shall be done to make
this the most rfclinMecrossinsi on the Missouri
IUvff , Erownville Ferry Co.
Scientific I Eational! SafaJ
Compound Extract of
Recommend M by
HCJEyTIFIC XEX i'RRYWnUSS ,
Ai TIIE BEST
Remedy yet Discovered
Diseases of the "Dlood, Liver, Kldne
A?fD A-1 A
QEXEItAL HEALTH RESTORER t
Purifies the Blood,
Improves the Appetite,
Aids Dig rt ion.
Corrects the Secretions.
And Impnrts Tone, Strrnjth and
Vivacity to the H hole System.
So that persons uina: It feel that they enjey
u enure new uie.
Is Recommended by the
Beat Physicians Everywhere.
READ fhK FoLLoWICi TKOM
Dr. F. Ot.ix Daxvfi.i t. now of thf rttT
F'uinerly Srofe?sr of l"n vslohnrv and 1'ath.
oIiuicmI Anatomy in liie Middle (iforgi
Mf li'-al Collft", Chief sursit-on stateof Soutli
Candifia, duii!i; the w;ir, Viw-lresideul
O'orsti:i .Mel;-al A ssttclalioii :
Mr. lAitvrrncr: I ha e carefull v examine!
your formula forthe liDSADI.Ls, and recom
mended it to weveral of mv t:tienti. The
combination is a happy one, and must prove
a oteiit remedy in ail uiscae reiulriiii( the
virtues of a reutaiterative medicine. 1 wiau
r. or.iN dannellt.
Baltimore, April 22, 1.h.
R AT.TiMoitK, Md., March I, W.
I believe Dr. Lawrence' "I'( S A f ) I.IH'
to be the Ilet Alterative In I'se. nl tli.-rf.
fore cheerfully rm'inmt'nj it wh ucli.
THOMAS J. 1JUVKIN.M. D.
Raltimohk, Febnary 10th
Dr. J. Lawrence :- lvursir I takr!ra-
nrein recommending your ROHADALIS M
a very powerful alterative.
1 ours truly, R. . CARR, M. D.
ftVltnowDr. fjWi. . Tlcmmlalln to ho
a safe and reliai)le Alterative, Ac, and take
piciuare in rei-oLumenuiug 11 to the prole-
I'll iXlt'A UUliC,
J II Moore. M D, E Rarnea, M D.
1, A smith. M V, V, W Kinif. M J).,
J If V instead. M T). H Womlwanl M t
R H Harham. M I). W T llrpwor l i
W O Dujan, M 1, V,' J buUxJt. M j.
Wilho.v, N. C.. January 7th, l.kij.
SFor Testimonial of KnuRiiiHi.i fYnr.
See "liosadaJis Almanac'' for this year
Prepared at the Laboratory of
Dr. J. J. Lawrence & Co.,
a BfiUimore Street, BALTIMORE.
SMITH & DWY2II,
General Arrr-ntj f,r is xr, -t-
States, to whom orders s. uld be addressod-
TE ARE NOW M WTPACTtrRING. T5C
CO.NNKCTION WITH TilK
" r I . i
ST. LOUIS STA3IPLN G COaP'XT,
A new line of
TINNED 3l POLlllKf) WROUGHT IEQX.
suitable alike for
MWEKS' Oil CAMP USE.
And take pleasure Jn calling the attention
ot Stove, Hardware and freneral Valrr to the
many desirable qualitle l lhiKW VVAKZ,
not only aa an article of trale, btit ,t CT1L1.
TV, comiinmif as it !,, LATL,SS, C4N.
VEXIENa; LABOU SAV1NU in the eart
or utensil t'at are in e-ry ttajr nse, la tbe
nto-it impor .int of ad liOLLIiuLD UL
P.VItTMtNTS. We desire and reon"it eT.ry
hMi-teeir to 9 onr 'ft A KK'1TLF.
SALCK I'AXX, DlPrtr.S, DI-H PANS,
WASH UAlNi, PoLk-iltl) KliYaod SkLW
VXS.t, ai we are gure thev bae only to be
svti to be apprTiatej.
Me bt of the articles u maile entirely of one
f iice ci wrouzat iron which, uuruisr th pro
cess of rnantil'itcture, receives ae-rl Coat
ing of block tin; this It-area a anrfac, when
fluishoi, periectly smoot!, eatiiy keot slean
ani entirely protectei aiait rust. The cm
Ubut little more than common tin ware, ami
every article will do ten times Ui serrice.
The shape enable us to pack the various atzes
in nest so as t- occu; v but hole apace, and
being but a litlle heavier than t n sre, the
ect oft. ans;.rta:ion is ?ery mail. At pr
ent cm if a4srtmnt eoosisrs in part of
Te a Kettle. Cnj Kettlta,
3JeH I'arn, ni.hi Pan. Kanee
Pana, Kettle. Fry Pus.
laUiea, Dipptnt, 4;eHr.
We are now prppi .n a ni-vr Cii' !ir'ie and
Price Li.-t, and believe Stove and Hardware
IWaler will flr.d it to th. ir iatere.-t to aen4
for a copy of-eacU befute purchaaiDg eise
CxceUior Mann facturinjCo.,
tT. Louis, iio.
Sold bv .
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