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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1868)
Oxlt Autnorlso Agents.
VK. Hawxtst, at C11
It. A. Hawly, at Clifton.
oioTO. start, at AspinwalL
ctmr Advertising Agents.
pnEFiKU & Eaton-, 124 Pine St., fit. Louis.
S- w Y..r" Park Uow. New York.
J CLE ItEAVm DEAt'X, SL Joph Mo.
. cook. CowrR!tCa,Chicatro, IU.
Cook, Cobcun & Taylor, Cincinnati, Ohio.
r. It Parvijc. Cincinnati, Ohio.
, A. r . I jncoLn A Co., 1 Won. Mass.
Arrival .nd Departure of Mails.
Southern & Intern Arrives at 12 ! o'clock m
m Depart at Li SI
Northern A Eastern Arrive at 4 o'clock e x
i Imparls at 8 A 51
Rulo. Arrive at R o'ciock, a x
" Departs at 6
Peru, Arrives at 12 " M ,
Beatrice. Arrives Monday, ednesdays and
Fridavs, at U o'clock. X
Dp parts Tuesdays, Thursdays and
. Saturdays, an u r .
Grant Arrive Fridays at 4 o'clock p x
, Depart Thursdays at 8 o'clock A X
rvt oh-e lFiAtrt-. o't l Kik a x to lxA r
SSuiuiays From 10 to iOV A M.
. A. D. M AltH, Post Master.
Of the PL Jowphand Council Bluffs Rail
road, after November ZJ, IWi.
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Leave St. Joseph at .
A.- nf Rniwnvllle ......
' Arrives at Nebraska City ..
Arrives at Counlil lilufls ..
Leave Bt. Joneph at
Arrived at Hrownville ' -
ArrlveN at Nebraska City l: "
Arrives at Council iilull :w p
TRAINS GOING 'SOUTH.
Leaves Council Bluffs at
Arrives at Nebraska City
Arrive at lirow nville
Arrives at SU Joseph
Leaves Council Bluffs at-
Arrive at, .Nebraska City
Arrives at Brownville
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Jacob Rogers' Boss leaves Brownville for
the Depot every day at 8 o clock a in ana
J. L. Colhapp, Editor.
BROWNVILLE, THURSDAY, DEC 10. IW8.
430 at res of Land for sale by Jas. R. Dye.
Buffalo Bobes. A few No. 1, at Robert
TeareACo'a. , . . -
Booia A Shoes are selling unprecedentedly
low at Iletzel's.
BLannaford & Hughes have a good stock
of Furniture, and more coming.
Hale's Pattent Kaasage Meat Cutter and
Staffer is the best in use. For sale at Bhel
lenberger Bro's. -
Dr. McPherion is having his Hall plas
tered, and will doubtless have it ready for a
ball by Christmas.
UthogTaphio Cards We are prepared to
print any style Imitation Lithographic Cards
la neat style on short notice and fair terms.
Saddles. A few California and Sherman
KOtten up la good style. Call and see before
Investing. J. W. MIDDLETON.
Ben Thompson, City Dairyman, we notice
la fixed np with a two horse sleigh, to deliver
milk with. Our citizens will find it ndvanta
glous to patronize him.
Xji D. Harsh rroposes to have on his
shelves a better lot of Christmas presents
than wan ever before offered in Brownville,
Drop In and see for yourself.
Mdss Mary Hamilton, residence corner of
Atlantic and 4th streets, is prepared to do all
kinds of Stitchlug, Braiding, Silt embroider
ing, etcon short notice and reasonable terms.
The west half of Whitney's 'Block Is being
fitted op to receive Roberts & IJerger's saloon
and billiard tables. Dr. Blackburn also, we
Judge from the last number of the Journal,
will occupy it as his office.
All wishing to subscribe for newspapers,
magazines, etc , at club rates, will bear in
mind that the 20th of December is the extent
or time given. A. D. MARSH,
Generan News Agent for the U. S., the Can
Adas, and some parts of Europe,
Snow. Last Thursday night a. ten Inch
snow fell in this vicinity; and last Saturday
and Sunday about twelve Inches more was
added, making about as deep a snow as usu
ally falls in this section. In the country Ills
drifted In the hollows to the depth of ten feet
In some places.
The Regulator Ahead Energy and fair
dealing will win, the world over. New goods
Just received by expro.-s. A splendid lot of
new Dress Goods and Trimmings, Woolen
and White Goods, Overcoats, and all kinds of
Clothing, of the latest styles and fashions.
Just received at A. MAY'S, Regulator.
Attention, Public! We never dun gen
tlemen, because a gentleman is a person who
pays us; but those owing us must call and
settle their accounts on or before the 1st of
January, A.D. 1SC9, for trouble will commence
from and after that date. We must have
what Is due us. A word to the wise is suffi
cient. McFALL & CO.
For Stoves of every variety, for Tinware
of all kinds, for Tools for all trades, for Black
smith's Iron, for all styles Cutlery, for Copper
Ware, for Guns, Pistols and Amuuition, for
Pumps, for Meat Cutters, for Hardware of
every kind, and particularly Jor the sake of
economy, go to
, RHELLENBERGER BRO'S.
X Mistake Last week In setting np the
card of Mr. Star, of the Regulator, the com
positor aecidently got the ?name of "Sol."
Star instead of "Sam'l," as it should have
been. Although the name Is an honored one
1r Halena, Montana, where Sol. Star Sam'l
Star's brother lives yet, in this instance,
Samuel Star feels himself enough to handle
his assailants without any assistance. Mr.
Conlee may thank his "stars for our mis
take, as it gave him a very small margin
upon which to make a reply, nemight have
worked upon ofvr material than a friends
error. . u y '
; Proposals for,Wood Sealed, proposals
will be received by the D.vtrict School Board
of Brownville City School District, between
this date and the 16th Inst., at theofSce of the
undersigned In Brownville, for furnishing
fifty cords of good hard wood, delivered at the
School House, aft soon as practicable, and "be
fore the first of March, 1S9. The contract
will be let to the lowest and best bidder. The
right is reserved to reject any or all bids
offered, or to accept a less amount of wood
than aboVe named. . ,
Brownville, Neb., Dec. . lfi$.
O. B. IIRWETT, School Director.
By order of the School Board.
We take pleasure In calling the attention
or inrn growers to tne advertisement of
oia ir lend, Waj . J. W. rearman. Read it
consult With him befniw rm rrhmii n t ,
where. ' And right here we would say to
new oegmners in fruit raising, never
cuaae nursery stock, of any kind, grown south
of jvu; southern grown trees and vines
not. so gooa as those grown in your own
twVe or north of von? and if n
trees grown In your own neighborhood
Ue better, oukeep your money at home
ana encourage those who are trvlngtodo
puuiic a greax nenent.
Amoag the naaay testimonials. In favor
siaj. rearman s odk, fnrnUhed ns, we
ia me letter of Mr. C. H. Walker, SeereUry
oimj Agncuiwrai Society, who has
lately pnrchnsed his stock from Riverside
i Ahlakd, NVjl, Nov. 2-Hh, XS6S.
w.-uie rwi of shrulbery has
xnveo, and I am happy to iuforiu you la In
ronuiuon, i never saw finer Hants
to rtbe& Several of my friends who saw
them, wih to get plants S ,-our Bttrsery
to the spring. I will send you their orders In
nme. Yours truly.
r," CM. WALKER.
PEARMAy, Davenport, Iowa.
THE INDUSTH1AX PLOW.
TtoBT. Tease 4 Co. are sole amenta f.-r ihi
celebrated plow, and'now have one hundred
on band. To t&ose farmers of this county
who attanded wie i&m lair, we say the Indu
tral riow U t'ae one which took the First v
mium. and was pronounced by ail who saw
and tested, superior to all others. It was
made expressly for Nebraska soil, and we
warrant It as against any plow In the morld,
In all ret oec .a. If It does not elve entire sat.
isfaction, ho sale. Call and see them. We
oniy asic ins i.uey ue examinea ana testea.
Cashmere Mutton, Again we are under
obligations to CoL Furnas for a roast of Cash
mere mutton. It is excellent.
A lot of O'l- Furnas' Indians were In town
last Friday and Saturday. They behaved
well; actually stealing nothing that they
could not carry away, or anything else that
we learn of. -
Personal -Cyrus KaaJTman has Just re
turned from Ohio, with his family, leaving
no doubt but this is now his permanent home.
A valuable aeiulsltjon to Brownville.
C G. Dorsey has returned from Beatrice.
Capt. Carson returned from Beatrice last
Nathan Blakely and bride returned from
Chicago last Saturday, and passed on to their
home in Beat roe.
Col. Furnas nd Dr. McPherson left this city
yesterday looming to attend the meeting to
be held at Nebraska City to-day, for the elec
tion of Directors for the St. Louis and Ne
braska Trunk Railroad.
J. B. Hoover was In town yesterday. His
business is in a prospering condition.
Dialogue. Firetlady Just from the Regula
tor with a boy following her, loaded down
with bundlesmeets an acquaintance.-
"Good morning, Mrs. J.; how do you do, and
how are the little ones T"
"All well save Belle; and John and the
baby have very bad colds. It costs so much
now for clothing that I really hardly see bow
we Mill get through this severe winter; and
times so seem hard.", . . . .
"Why, la me; I thought times' were very
good. Just see Robert there; he has Just
about as much as he can carry, and I've only
spent about four dollars." Whe the best cal
icoes can be had for eleven cents, musllng for
eighteen, and other goods in proportion, I
think times are good ; and A Kay is making
"good times," surely, regulating prices.
"But they say they cu-ft Jew t" -
Well, If they are, you know good calico and
muslin, and can Judge lor yourself, and if yon
can get calico for eleven cents. Isn't It as good
as anybody else's who cluirges you fifteen
"Yes, I should think so; and 111 go there,
too !" And she did go ; and adds her testimo
ny to the many who are daily learning that
May is In earnest In selling goods low for
cash. " f ;
Sell Goods at Cost Humbug ! Biz Ham
bug I! Why the Dictator fcill prove It so.
Goods bought one year ago, and selling now
at cost, is fifty per cent higher than W. T.
Den is selling goods fresh from market, say
Blankets, Flannels, Buck Gloves, Gauntlets,
Clothing Fur Caps, Ladles' ,1'urs, Comforts,
Stoves, Furniture.ctc, 20 pc cent, cheaper at
W. T. Den's than any Cost-Kouse In Brown
Corn, Pork, Hides and Fars, taken In ex
change; but No Tick.
Removal. W. F. Wilson &. Brother have
removed their meat shop to the P. G. Store,
on Main street, where they are prepared to
supply the public with the choicest meats of
all kinds. Turkeys, chickens, and all kinds
of wild game bought and sold.
A new stock of Dry OoodN, Dress Goods
and Clothing, Just received at the Regulator.
Bridges Finished C W. Wheeler, eon-
tractor, has Just finished the bridge at Hal
lam's Mills, the bridge at Fisher's. Just West
oi Glen Rock, and a bridge across Rock Creek,
in District No. 4, Glen Rock Precinct. The road
district Is to put the plank on the Utter. The
two flrstjare Smith Patent Truss, and are each
122 feet long, and are built in the most sub
stantial style, and are accepted by the Com
missioners. Wheeler fc Burdick have just re
ceived a contract for a Bridge accross the
slough on the road leading from Peru to Ne
Tls cold and keen the winter wind
Blows through your clothes so thin.
With sleety blast and breath unkind
Cuts to the very skin.
A safe ret reat
Is down the street,
KX number twenty -seven;
You can get a heap
Of goods so cheap
You'll think that they are given.
The best of suits.
Cheap as in '54,
No men there are
Will treat you so fair
As the Regulator.
Encouraging Through conductors and
others on the C. B. & St. Jo. Railroad, we
learn that more goods are shipped to this
point than any along the line of road. This
Is for points n the interior, of eourse, as well
as this point. Little doubt can be entertained
but this is the best point from which to sup
ply the Interior, and is last becoming the
main entrepot of this Land District,
Keiswetter & Erisman are already killing
quite a large number of hops, for citizens and
others in this vicinity, besides the large num
ber they are slaughtering on their own ac
count. - The Neatest Holiday Pmcnta for girls or
ladies, can be had at the Basar, for there Is no
better taste In such matters than is displayed
by Mrs. Rargls. - '
Wm. H. Small, of the Red Store, has con
stantly on hand a large selection of Pine
Lumber, consisting of
- . DOORS,
' ' ' ' ' SASH.
as good and as low as can be had anywhere.
New Barber Shop Wm. McNeal and
Nathan Dorset, gentlemen of color, have Just
opened a new barber shop one door east of
Allen's bakery, corner of Main and First
You may cross the Rocky Mountains,
Or go to the Rio Grande,
Or to the sparkling fountain
That on Boston common stands.
Yet, the longer you live, tho farther you
travel the more you'll find oat that Hetzel
can sell you a better pair of Boots for less
money than any man in Brownville,
Mush Ice Is running pretty thick In the
river, and gathering on the sides and bars. It
will soon close up. That was on Tuesday.,
Yesterday the channel was almost clear of
Ice, it having evidently blocked above. The
Steam Ferry still continues running.
Blondin Ankle Support Skates for Ladies
and Gentlemen of the latest styles at the
Trade or Travel I wish to trade my town
property for a good farm. Geo. Neejly.
The Rev. Mr. Osylord a minister of the
Congrcgatioual Society at Omaha, was the
guest of Mr. Hoadley one day last week.
A meeting of the Walnut Grove Ceraeteiy
Association will be held at the Court House
on Friday ffontJif? of this week, fur V.,t trans
action of important business. TUo public
are generally Invlt-1 to attend, tind It is
hoped that the lad;e of Brownville will be
present, as matters la which they on,'5.t to be
deerly Interested will be up for attention.
Christmas is Coming. At Phil. Deuaer's
will be touni . splended lot of Toy And
Trinkets of all kinds.
Fhil Denser Variety store Is the place to
get all kinds of choi Fancy Candies, Cake
Tt i:Tni Ipz, etc, for tiie Holidays.
A Good CimsrU&n is he who will aid his
neighbor who Is In distress ; he who will give
of his bounty to aid mankind; or he who
will do business and let his customer enjoy
theun of living well on a small Income. This
does the Regulator. "
All men usually hr.ve a hobby, and if your
boy wants one, or a sled, or a tip-cart, go to
McFall & Co's, and get him one for Christ
pas. ' '';''
YTm. Roasell has already a tolerable stock
of toys for the holidays, yet he Btarted yes
terday after a stock that will comprise every
thing new In that line. He ll bring Santa
Sam. 8ummers Is Just finishing as good a
brick school house for District Four, south
west of this, as any In the county. . .
True Tradesmen, are sure to win In the
Jong run, because you can lay your hand on
their goods and know that yon ore getting
the worth of your money. This means Teare
& Co., and it Is the fact in regard to their
stock of Men's Women's and Children's Boots
The Finest Holiday Presents you can pos
lbly make your wife, daughter or young fe
male friend, Is a Wheeler A Wilson Sewing
Machine, which can be had at the Bazar.
Commercial The following we condence
from the Chicago Journal of Commerce of
Dec 2d : Currency is ample for all legitimate
business. Gold is 135. Cotton having taken
an upward turn cotton goods 1 ave ruled firmer
with a fair Inquiry. Prints are steady at 12
to 15 cents according to quality and brand.
The Cattle market opened dull with depressed
trade, on account of the large supply of game
and poultry in the market. The receipt of
Hogs U quite large and packers are actively
engaged; prices range at $ 508 75 for common
& 85. 47 for medium to fair and $72G750 for
choice to extra. The receipts for the week
foot up 75,000 head against 61,000 for the same
period last year. The market rules very quiet
and prices easy for refined Sugars, whilst raws
are unchanging. Prime grades of Coffee are
In demand and the market firm ; poor grades
rule easy. Soaps and Candles are working
easier with a decline In the raw material.
For Furs the market opens about the same as
last year with light receipts. Mink are quot
ed at $14. Coon 1.5 50c. Fox 3570. Musk-
rat 15 18c. Wolf75Sl. Beaver fl5 150.
$600 00 worth of Gold Pens kikI Pencils
Just received by McCreery & Nickeil,
Genius Golden Laundry Soap, full weight
best article in use at Swan & Bro's.
Do Yon Want to make your sweet heart,
your wife, your daughter, or friend a nice Hol
iday Present? Joseph Shuts has a splendid
assortment of good Jewelry of all kinds
Clocks, "Watches, etc. '
Desicsted Cocoanut A nice article for
Pics and Puddings at Swan & Bro's.
A Good Moror is as nice a Christmas
Present as you can make your wife. McFall
dt Co. keep all sizes.
Cranberries, Cheese, Beans, Dried Beef,
Hominy, Fruits, etc, Just received at Swan
Why Is Hetzel selling so many Overcoats ?
The reason is plain to those who buy because
bis' goods are No. 1 and he sells so reasonable
that people are satisfied. Go and see them if
you need anything in that line.
You may talk of cheap Boots and Shoes
And blow as much as you please,
But the best In the trade,
All Custom Made,
Are fonnd at Johnson A MoGee.
For a good Sleigh and true horses at reason
able rates go to Ben. Rogers.
Woolen Goods Dress Goods, Gent's Piece
Goods and Choice Groceries at McGee & Co's.
Ja. II. Dye will sell and deliver first class
Pianos and Organs for Eastern Retail Prices,
and warrant the same for five years. 7y
A full stock of Harness at Bauer's.
Spices. A full btock at the Red Store
Wm. H. Hoover, Real Estate and Insu
rance Agent, is prepaied to make out all pa
pers necessary to the conveyance of Real Es
tate. Office Court Room, Brownville.
Flour Spring and Fall Wheat, at McGee's,
at reduced prices.
Pekin Breaking Plows 200 T. 4 II. Smith
4 Co s make, for sale by J. C. Deuser.
The fulles stock of Hardware West of the
Mississippi, at Shellcnberger Bro's.
81200 and All Expenses Paid! See ad
vertisement of American Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine in our advertising columns.
Choice Fruit and Fancy Candles, at Allen's
Extras. A full supply kept constantly on
hand for every machine sold by F. A. Tisdel
&CO. . :
Teare & Co. make It a speciality to keep a
full Stock of choice staple and Fancy Gro
ceries. For Bob Sleigh Shoes and Sleigh Cutter
Wood Work, go to the Pioneer Stove Store.
H C Lett, Land Agent, Brownville.
All Kinds of 'game wanted at the City
Horncon Broadcast Seeders for sale by
F. A. Tisdel & Co.
LIFE IN NEW YORK.
SrKsnijfK A?fn Shadow in New York. By
Mathew Hale Smith. Illusiralcl: 720 pp.
Hartford, Conn.: J. R Burr A Co. 18U8. Sold
only by subscription.
Great cities which are the hearts of great
nations, are always fruitful topics lor the pen
of a skillful writer; but probably no city in
the world centers in herself more materiel of
varied Interest than does New York. So no
work which could come to the hands of our
readers, who love to know "what's going on
in the world," and ' how people live," would
be apt to be found so intensely interesting as
the one whose title we quote above. J. B.
Burr & Co., the publishers of the work, cer 1
tainly knew what they were about In giving
it to the public It must have a vast sale, for
"everybody and his neighbor"" cannot but
find in the book a great deal to excite and in
terest him, to say nothing of the thousand
valuable matters of solid information which
It afford. Nobody from the country should
ever visit New York without having first
tead this book ; and the old frequenter of the
city will find scattered here and there though
out its pages, hostsof things which may have
escaped his attention, and will rise from the
perusal of tLe liook (which he Is sure not to lay
aide till he has finished It,) with that sort of
pleasure which one fe-Ma in revisiting in
manhood the scenes of his childhood, or In
wandering back to the "father-land." The
high and the low ; moral worth and craft and
cunning; joys and sorrows; smiling fortunes
and frowning pi-nury; the home and altars
of devotiou and purity, and the interior views
of the homes of debauchery and crime, etc,
etc, are here painted in their true colors. We
gave our reader last week a fair specimen of
its pages in an interesting article on "Black
Mailing: A Minister Falls Among thieves."
The publishers deserve the public's practical
thanks for this, work. Agents .wanted in
every town and city.
Kllbomrn, Jtnklai da C. Manufac
turers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in
all kinds of Pine Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Pickets, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Battens, etc.
Office and Lumber Yard, corner 4th and Main
streets. Branca Yard at Phelps City, Missouri.
We manufacture our own material in the
Pineries of Oshkosb, jWis., where we have
in operation one of the largest manufacturies
of everything made in Pine in the world, and
obtaining our Lumber direct from the tree,
as we do, we can sell at lower rates than any
Lumber Yard In the West which pays one
wholesale and on,or two retail profits. We
shall always keep on hand a full supply of
everything in our line, so that those in want
may always rely upon fretting what they de
sire " We simply ask all to examine our stock
and prices before pnrchasingelsewhere, as we
can ensure satisfaction in both.
The Knhn ft Ha-ine's Premium Grain and
Seed Drill, with W. H. Nauman'a Improve
ment, for sale by F. A. Tiedel Co.
Constlintion and Dy-Law
AnTtcT. 1 Thlu organization shall be
called and known as the Berry- Wcuhingtoni
Art. 2. Th- object of this organization
shall be to prevent, as far as It is within our
power, the spread of the dread evil of intern
perance in our city and community, and to
prevent the members hereof from using, m
any way or manner, all spirituous or malt
Uquors for at least the term of one year, rrora
the date of Joining this organization.
Art. 8. Any person can become a member
of this organization by a vote of two-thirds of
the members present at any regular meeting.
and upon their subscribing to the constltu
tlon and by-laws, and also taking the oath of
"totAl-abetinenee" for the period of at least
Art. 4. L The officers of this association
shall consist of a President, Vice-President,
Secretary and Treasurer, which officers shall
hold their respective offices for the period of
three months, and until their successors are
1 2. The election of officers shall be by bal
lot, and shall take place at the first regular
meeting held, and at the end of every three
3. It shall be the duty of the President to
preside at all meetings; to enforce a proper
observance of the constitution and by-laws
of the association ; to appoint all committees
not otherwise provided for; to have the cast
ing vote in case of a tie, and to discharge
such other duties usually devolving upon a
presiding officer in a deliberative body.
1 4. It shall be the duty of the Vice-President
to render any assistance necessary to the
President, to maintain order at all meetings,
and to discharge all the duties of the Presi
dent In his absence.
1 5. It shall be the duty of the Secretary to
keep an accurate record of the proceedings of
all meetings; to read the minutes of each
meeting at the next subsequent one, and to
discharge such other duties, as may be re
quired of him by the organization.
1 6. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to
collect and take charge of all the monies of
the organization, and to furnish a report
thereof at the expiration of his term of office.
$ 7. In case of any office becoming vacant
before the expiration of the term thereof, said
office shall be immediately filled by a new
election of any regular meeting.
8. In case of the absence of either Secreta
ry or Treasurer, at any meeting, the Chair
shall have power to appoint a temporary
Article 5. i 1. Ten members shall consti
tute a quorum for the transaction of business
at any regular meeting.
2. The President shall call extra meetings
for the transaction of business, at the written
requent of a regular quorum of members, or
when he may deem It expedient.
J 3. All committees appointed for any pur
pose, shall report at the next meeting after
their appointment, except when the nature
of their business requires a longer time.
Article 6 Every alteration oramendment
to the Constitution or By-Laws, shall be de
livered in writing to the presiding officer, and
he shall propose it to the organization at the
first regular meeting thereafter. Two-thirds
of the members present at said regular meet
ing, concurring in said amendment, it shall
become a law.
Article 1 The regular meetings of this
organization shall take place on Sunday of
each week, at 3 o'clock.
Art. 2. Each member of tills organization
shall pay to the Treasurer thereof an Initia
tion fee of one dollar; and each member shall
pay a weekly due of ten eents.
Art. 3. Any member using profane or vul
gar language at any meeting, shall be fined
Art. 4. Any member of this organization,
who shall break or disregard his obligations,
taken upon his becoming a member hereof,
shall be dishonorably dismissed from the as
sociation, and considered unfit to be one of
us, and shall be deemed a perjurer, upon un
doubted proof being furnished that he has
broken said obligation.
Art. 5. Each member hpreof, upon con
necting himself with this organization, shall
take and subscribe to the following
I do hereby solemnly swear, in the
presence of God and these witnesses, that I
will abstain from the use of all spirituous and
malt liquors, for the period of at least one
FOUNDERS OF THEBERRY-WASHINGTOXIAXS.
James Berry, J. B Berger,
Michael Barady, Joseph O'Pclt.
W. H. Small, President of first meeting.
First meeting, Sunday, 26th of October, 1S63.
LIST OF MEMBERS.
J B Berger
W H small
J W Smith
W II Vallue
J D McFariand
W F Hughes
B B Rodgors
W H Gibbs
J B McCabe
A R Davison
W E O'Pelt
J C McNaughton
W H Holbrook
Cyrus J Culberson
J G Russell
H Harman ' -Thos
G W Neely and G P Berkly, signed but not
IL G. Kneffher, expelled for violating ar
ticle four. '
A Uo 1 4 year old Horse for Sale.
quire at this office.
- CLOTHING MARKET.
Corrected Weekly for the Advertiser by
MAY'S DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
Business Coats from $4j$12.
Business Suits, $A.
Cassi mere Pants, $3 50v$5.
Cassinet Pants, SAdSi 50.
. Vests, from 75 ets. to $3.
Overshlrts, second best, S2.
Overshlrts, from 75 cts. to si 25.
Undershirts, from 50 cts. to $2,
Drawers, from 50 cts. to S2.
Buckskin Gloves, best, $2 25.
Sheepskin Gloves, 50 cts.
Sheepskin Mitis, 50 cts.
DRY GOODJS MARKET.
Corrected Weekly for tha Advertiser by
MAY'S DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
Calico, best ,ll l ets. Second, 10 cts.
Heavy ard A lde Muslins, 18c
Muslin, second, lticf12e.
Bleached Muslins, yard wide
Cotton Delaine, 22c
All Wool Delaine, 40c.
Shawls, 67-U5, $5.
Plaid Flannels, 45c.
Plain Flannels, .'.TOf5..50.
Balmoral Skirts, Si 50.
FLOUR Winter ?. sack..
CORN V bushel, old
4 44 44 "--..
,. 7 00
... 4 00
MEAL y. bushel .. '
BACON Hams tb....
" Shoulders ft fii!
sides v ib...!L. ;
SYRUP Golden p gal."
" Su ear House v'p-i
COFFEE Java f. lb r ga,"
CHEESE New York i'tV.'Vri;"
Country & ' r "
TEA Imperial y fc ...
" Blacky lb "
. " Y.mlnS Hyson
CANDLES Star . lb
APPLES Dried lb..
" Green V busheY"" "
PEACHES Drirvl -j iL
. ' 20
, 2 00
. 1 25
1OTATOES-New y bushel:
1XJGS f doz. . "-"V
BUTTER V lb.
HONKY-H fb "" -
SALT rwr Inrrol
i irmrn . . .
.wcav oiion wood per 100 "
.2 00&2 25
...3 67 00
.2 50-S.3 00
-.5 007 50
1 ' ......
WHEAT Fall ? tashSZZI""
v-.L 2 .9
Bu again carried of the highest honors at the
principle Fairs the present season, commencing with
too New Eds land Agricultural Fair, at Provtdenoe.
in September where 11 wa awarded
'.The Highest Prize,
Immediately after which came the Kw York State
Fair at Buffalo in October, where the committee
warded It the
First Prize double Thread riachin8.
Then came the great Annual Fair of XewEaglaad,
that of the
t Lowell, where the highest prize the
ONLY GOLD MEDAL
awarded to any Family Sewing If achine. wai given to
THE FLORENCE !
and that too In fair competition with other
First Class Machines
for five consecutive weeks where it has been exam
ined by the ben mechanics In the country and pro
nounced the best constructed and must reliable Ma
chine, and one that, on account of its simplicity would
'.Accomplish More Work
More Satisfactory Haulier
AnyOTHEE SEWING lIAIffiJE
At the Fair of the Maryland Institute, which
closed a four weeks session at Baltimore on tht7ta
of November, the superiority of the
was again confirmed by the committee on Sewing
Machines, who unanimously awarded It the GOLD
MEDAL, the highest prize the Institute confer.
Ob the 13th of September the Great Fair and Ex
hibition of the American Institute wa opened 'n
NewTork. As usual tbedisplay of Sew lug Machines
was large and the competition strocg, but after six
weeks trial the friends of the
bad the satisfaction of seeing their favoilte again
triumphant and for the second time bearing off the
highest honors of the American Institute.
Below we give su extract from the Report of the
committee on Sewing Machines read at the close of
"The whole number of 3ewir.it Machines on eshl
bition is thirteen, of these, twelve are entered for
competition. The article bearing the number 730
("LORENCK SEWING MACHINE) is decided to bs
Tne Beat on Exhibition. It mnst also bs
stated incidentally. That thit it better than sny
iu ciww to tar juaget.
"U S JuAHUS Alii:
1st. Good Material and Thorough
2d. More absolute Novelty than
marks the usual Improvements in
2d The ingenious arrangement of a positive mo
tion for adjusting ihe thread duriug the passage of the
shuttle and gathering up of it in the finish of the
4th. The reversible feed.
6th. The variety of the work that can be done up
We therefore decide that it receive the award of
Signed WM. PRATT.
IRA S CADT.
L J KN'OWLKS."
"This is to certify that the foreeoing is a true ex
tract from the Kpurt of the Judges of Sewing Ma
chines at the 37th Annual Flr IK67
iHO W CHAMBERS,
Sec Board Managers.
New York. Nov. 17th. 1567."
It wodid seem ss though this succession of tri
umphs shou d be sufficient to c nvince any unpreju
diced person of the great superiority of the
overall others, and if m re is needed to confirm
the above, we might add thai, ir. 1861, the Company
only so'd 60 Machines, whilst now the reare over
PI Hi Use!!
Thus establishing its reputation beyond question.
Every Machine ia Warranted ! I
GEX. WESTERX AQEXT,
612 N. 4 lb. St., East side, between
Washington Ave. fc Green,
St. ILiOuis, 3Xo.
Circulars, Price List and samples of work tar
nished on application.
JOHN W. HENDERSON, Agent,
12-12-ly For Brownville and Nemaha Co.
Dr. Mott'a Conception Preventive
Is aed by over three hundred tbousana ladies of
the Atlantic States alone, and by a large number la
the West, who would not be without it for ten
tiroes its cost. It is to this Preventive that the
mothers or those States owe their Immnnlty from
large families. It isabolutely certain, contenieot
to ae and withal benetlcial tohea'tb. Abortion ia
criminal, tben use means periectly moral and
proper. Send stamp (or pamphlet containing
fnll particulars. Address,
DR. A. G. WILBER,
(P O Box a02) 719 at. Charles ilreet.
ll-17-ly St. Lorn, Mo.
All persons Indebted to the
late firm of Atkinson & Go,,
either by note or account, will
please call and pay the same to
lAimcr xiouUicy, and tsave costs.
7-ot ATKINSON A CO.
$1,50 per Annum, In Advance.
Single Copies, 20 cents.
To subscribers wishing to pay at the end of
the year, $2, if ordered by January 1, tm.
The Whillock Exposition and Ex
- 2J5 Broadway, N. T.
ANDREW S. FULLER, EniToa.
The cheapest journal of the kind published,
and the only one giving the price list of trees,
vines and plantain "Ail Nurseries in One"
It also coniains a list of the beat implements
for farm, Oarden and Household; and its
pages are tilled witn articles from the best
horticultural and agricultural writers in the
world. As a special inducement, we offer to
send one plant of either of the following va
rieties of fruits, to all who send In their nams
Clarlte Raspberry, THivison's -Thornless
Raspberry; Lllisdaic lUuspijerry, Missouri
Main moth Blackberry, Choice Gladiolus,
Choiee- Japan i.tly, ioaa Grape Vinev or two
Early Wilson Blue&berry,- two Kittatinny
Blackberry. Or, to any one who will stud 5
cents extra, to pay postage, we will auird
One Pound of Early Rose FUatoes.
The plants will be etirefally packed and sent
by mall, post-paid, as early in the Autumn,
or Spring, as practicable. 8-121
Bride and Bridegroom
K.in tnr vnnnff men on f Vi a fniarAitln ..1.
ioo of Bridegroom to Bride in the institution of
Marriage a Guide to the matrimonial felicity, and
true happiness. Sent by mail in sealed tetter en
velopes 'ree of charge. Address. BO WA-RJ) ASSO
CIATION, Box P., Phils-lelihis, Pa.
1 i 9
HONESTY AGAINST ALL HUMBUG!!
t v U
1ST O "W X
" k -"a
We hare on hand a large
STAPLE A IT D
To xchich tvo are making co
we are selling at Prices as
In the Quality of cur Gcods
FLOUR OF THE MOST
RAEKTEY iz. UsWlS,
STAPLE AND FAXCT
Embracing all the Novelties of the Season.
- Also Urge and well selected Btock of
GEXTS FURXlSIilXa GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AIID CAPS,
Que ensnare, Hardware,
SALT, LIME AND
Oir Good! uxre bought of first hands.
and ice think tee can offer tuch induce
ments to purchaser as cannot fail -to
suit (hose tcishbiy to buy. . CkUtzrtd see
All Kinds of pFoae taien iaXx-
Cli&ns for Goods,
Fne Ceiling, kt akund&nne, at
Pne Shingles and Lath at
Fne Flooring, follstock. at
iv r. n. tijfrM
WILL WIN THE
OF A CIIl AGE TO BE 21 .IDE
X7C OFFSH OEXl ENTIRE
J J l III I
gJsJ uj lj ia ta
A. MAY & CO'
and well assorted stock of
nstant additions, and which
low as any House west of
WE DEFY COHPEnnOlT.
PRICE PAID TOR
swan sc imo.
Hardware, Sioves, Tinwaret
Hardware, Stoves, Tmitarc,
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
50,000 Miles Fence Wtre,
50,000 Miles Fence Wire,
50,0 00 Miles Fence Wire
Pittsburg Iron aud Xails,
Pittstvrg Irvn and XaQs
Pittsburg Iron and 2iails,
Charter OnJt Stoves,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Charter Oak Stores,
Besidw aull assortment of everythluc kept
In a first class
IlDlffi ID STOVE
Which will be sold as lota as the lowed
To all who favor us tciih a call.
"ALL ABOARD !
UX11I I j
The.. Brownvjlls. , Transfer . Lins,
.f adtr tie minsgemsst tt ,
la bow Banning Kegular Omaibaases lrui
BrowaTillo to tha HailrojtJ Tersalnas
of U Council Bluffs ans St. Josepa BatlrcaJ
At Ilorth Star, LIo.,
Two MUal from Brownville ao4 Korth Star ferry
j- -r - - LaOdtsg.
v . . .
Good Oauiioussos. Close Comstaoar
i : )
r7T77q 737 f)'7Dr?rq V
IS THE FIHM DT
AT COST I !
,,,"5 W '.VI t ".5""' f-"f P" '3J1 s"
Mj) t M ft Ml)
in Southern Nebraska, Atohlsoa o4 Holt
County, Ja.o., for the
iff; --rC'OC? ;' '
THE BEST HI THE 7C?.LD I !
P PLIPPER D
lAHT0?J I ILOVS
THE BEST PLO ir .VOir HADE I
ron inir3fi tub xsxooo.
The reputation thL ex
celleot int'l.cine enjoys,
is ilenveri from its curr.
many t whicb ere tmlr
eases of hcrc.fukioj
eaie, where the rtem
seeme-i siTa rated wili
cornjrion, bit Vee
purine! and cured by it.
enru.Sou a Zee uo as a4
disenlcrs, wlw.ii ware a j
gnrjLt&X by the utrofn
Tous eoBtaminaLai nst J
they were painfully aCktin, hare been radically
rami in such freut cumber in Uno:t ertry sto
tion of the country, that the public scarcely need t
be inforrnel of its irtue or n9.
Scrofaloua poi-on U one of the moat ie3t.-nrtie
enemies of our race. Often, this nnseen and safe
tenant of the organixni undf-rruinen the const. luuon,
an'! invites the attack of enlecljlir. gcr fatal tiiiex,
without excitinjr a suspicion of its presence. Agsw.
it seeins to breed inJeruon throughout tif boir.ani
then, on some favorable occa4im,rapirt?rdvrlp
into one or other of its bi'leous forms, etVr on ih
surface or anions' the vital. Is tht latter, ra Mer
cies may be suddenly deposited in the hiac or
heart, or tumors formed in the liver, or it shews
Its presence by cmpti.ms en the slfn, or fool ulcer
ations on some part of Uie boiy.- ilence the ces
sions! use of a ioti'c of thU SarHtpmrill is ad
visable, even when n. artive ymptoms of til'ao
appear. Tersons afl'.lcted wita the followins; com
plaints Kcneraiiv lied immeUnte relief, and, at
lcnprtri. cure, by tl;e c of Ui 8JLRSAPAJI !.
LAt tit. Anthony' Firr, v Jrytiprlam,
Tetter, Salt Jthtumt. Scald Hemd, Mimrwu
bfrr Eyt. twr Ear; and other erupuons fr
risible fyrm of Srrofulus disease. JUa la U
more concealed funn, as Dyprpsim. iry,
Heart IHseatn, lit, Erilyv Xtmrmfifi,
and the various l lcenut sJIecUou ftf toe aucb
lar aixl nervous systems.
fiyphilU or Venerrnl and Vrmtrial IMscS)
are cured by it, thoerh a ox time Is requtrei fur
subduing thece obstiuate maraiis Wt say m0 rmr.
1'ut long contintietl use of this mxius ul ?ure
the corMj.Uint. Lruerrha-m or ifkttet, Vterinm
Vleerntion, and 1 mmle lirts, are com
mon !t soon relieved and uliimatcly rsred bv us
rurilying and inviporstinir ef.cct. M i.utc Lwiev
tions for each cae are fonnd in our Almanac, sujv
pbed irratis. j:Lruitixi ami iut. waa
caused by &eesmnlauon4 of extrs-neous ssausra
in the blood, yield qoictlv to it, aa o
CHHptaint, Torpidrty, afra(rjatt
nmti of the iirer, and JmunU; when atwid r,
as ttey oVIen d, from the runkliwr poisoas in Uie
UlnoL This SAJlSAr.UlILLA h a grtst re
storer for he grf nir ti and visror cf tfte srsten.
TBOiwrka aro Lmrwtid and Listlm, Jpm
tUnit, Sti,,l, tg. and troubled wiUi .Vctww A
prvhtMiinna r Fears, or any of te oCectioas
srtomatio ef H'mAhcm, wi'A find immediate
relief and convincing evidence of its rtttcrHiTo
P RE PA JtXD 3 T
Or. J. C. CO, J-flwe J, Hw,
Practical mnd Anpiieml CXeitM.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS ZYZZWIUX.
city nncc STOXXE,
n-7r , rtr-wTUV.
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