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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1869)
rm(T)PAL-' ry Rnnday evening.
J rrtr every other tSunrtiiy.
'LTThib tM on of Lent M fhUoWi!
my Wednesday, and Fridays, at 4
,r-HoJ'We'k." or the lant week of Lent.
'4!in prVyei 10 o'clock a. evening pryer
'.1Yaa., fU morning aervlce andaer-
ft- .... afi.4 A t f Art4
be puDiir .u - D.VI3 Roctor.
a-Krtra cor1"" of t,ie ApvEBTisra foraale by
J. L. Colhapp, Editor.
m-asDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1869.
i to Small A Bell for your nice Groceries.
rleon Plvr At Eminons & Ilolt-
la to Bell & Small's for your building Hia
tal. Wlrate medical aid, read Dr. Whlttler's
f you want to buy Nails and Glass, go to
J.aH 4 Bell's Red fcjtore.
i . .
for a nice outnt or laaies' notions, prmi,
, 8 t Henderson
gar Cured llama at Small fc Bell's Red
arpots, Oil Cloth, and Mattings, a full
e, at II ill Co.'.
prlcttoB Wood and Iron Beam Plows at
Vrl. square look, at a nice wagon,
i .p at .SnifUl 4 Ik-ll's.
n to Kigali fr Bell's and examine their
Ijck of Coffe, Sugars and Teas.
U uixriin ! in the city, prepared to
Wall diac of the Eye and Ear.
!A fmji assortment of all kinds of Tlows,
!arrow,etc, for sale at F. A. TiKdel's.
Tb Latest Fabions in Clothing will
Ion be ojxiieJ "P at ' 7U McPherson Block.
Hetiel'a new stock of Clothing will be
ind at No. 70 MtTueraon Blot within two
ITha latent noTlties in the dry goods line
lved daily at May's Price Regulator, 17
.Me Fall & Co. arc fully prepared tosupply
'l wauls in the way of Furniture, Uphol-
j As the living must bury the dead, we aug
ust to the living tocall on Mot all fc Co., and
lainine their block ol bhruuas.
jWo are renuet-led to state that Levi H.
leek with wa married to Miss Isabella Ben-
held, Uve years fclnce in Illinois.
For the latest Myles of Clothing, wait for
ay'i ner stock, wdlcli will be opened at the
Regulator wliiiiu ten days.
Millinery Good. New spring stock, lu-
tml siyl.-, jui received, at Mi's, icil's MUU-
ery hliop, Utf Main street. Call, ladie, and
Ladles, Look Sharp I liio.se liuli'alo Al
(iccas. White 1'1;um, eU;., at Hill Ox's, g-i
1 kuJ.leuly, us soon as tueir Oeauiies ate
Parties wishing fruit or ornauu-uuil trees,
iruts, or flowering bulbs, lroui that old re
able nursery at BUxjimugton, I1L, must
and in their orders to J. 1L. Tell, ai . Mam
ireet, previous to the 2uth, as his books will
he closed at that uiue.
The Belolt Feed Mill, so favorably
inowu throughout the couutry, is without
ioubt, tho Let tveU mill ui its kiud t-xtauL
t work by a sweep, disjtensing wUU any
ther power, and considering iu rapidity in
t nulling, makes it Hie cleapebl and must
rofltal.le Mill to buy. For tuUe by F. A. Tis-
cl, Jr. & Co.
Tb Weather the past week has leen
ast as disagreeable as oHsible. It was .pleas-
i at last Thursday ; sleet and drizzcl Friday;
nowlng and warm Saturday, aud Saturday
;lght and Sunday it blew great gunn,-and
new and friz it was, or seemed to be, the
-oldest day of the season. It has been mod
rating slightly vince, but is still cold.
A row occurred on our streets lat t Friday,
ut was prevented from becoming a fight by
l.n, . .--. I I.,..
an j v'l aiiurrillt: pi ' J'ill, LRUWCUJ itic ail"
tsgonists aud reusoning the case with them;
Whereupon they hauled oif their coats at him
knd conclmled to let hlin alone. Wise con-
luslon. We are pleasenl to command his
t'luck in preserving the ieace.
Grtsd Musical Sorleol Mrs. J- M. Gra
ham, assisted by ker pupils, will give a grand
.'Musical Soiree at the M. E. Church. In this
'ity, to-morrow (Friday) evening. The pro
tamine will consist of solos, dneite asd trios
5.0 vocal and instrumental music. A very in
'fierwtting and pleasant exhfbltlon will be glv
ha. The nrooeeds to be devoted to the nur-
hliase of an Organ for that church. AdmiXr-
ahec 30 cents.
Hedge Plants, We were yesterday mom-
jlngsbown by J. K. Teft a sample of 10U.000
NebrabWa grown hedge plants, which he has
for sale, and we never saw, nor can we imag
ine anything In that line, in better condition.
Ttiey are well rooted, smooth and thrllty
plant. A few days now will only elapse be
fore the proper time for planting, and they
are going ott like hot cakes. They are yet in
the ground, and will only be taken up when
vantud. Firhi come first served.
Far.t and Bradley 'a tsulhty Hay KoJus
The only really practical and successful
rake ik acknowilged to have no equal, and '
can truly be called the i'lrv aU Hotel. It
lumbers its friends uearly by Vea thousand,
ud not one of them dissatisfied, nor one rake
ever returned. It is ore fcimple U Its con
struction, has no superfluities, aud notliabie
to gel out ot order. It is very easily oera
'd. aa buy twelve years of age can Work it
"n pcriect eue. On rough ground Jt Ji
exv. 4t ollera, br.use l is coiatw ruclevi ..:
uta a inauner thai Oe whole lght of th
iit-ttj ,ia iweuly u-eiii res.s ou any one
toih)nd the tean, by having a double j.i
lve, are much wronger and more elastio
tliuu oliiets; aud In counequence of Uiu it
will rake or bunch up where no other rake
sn, and is strong enough to rake corn staiks
jU tue held, lor w uiu pu poc many oi ..
rsiiei uave oet-.j .,v . ..
AUUcuon. txjMby r. .V- i'i--ie :;vov
Tbat Theo. Hill 4c Co.'s goods bare
come no one can doubt ou entering No. io.
Hcl'lierson Block, aud what you Uiere see is
ily an advance guard ol wnat is coining,
A lluer Mock, or lar-rer bsoiimeul is not
fuund la thecitiesoutbideof wholesale scores.
Ou entering their store you are almost entire
ly surrounded with goods, and are bewildered
o trying to admire the beauties displayed.
A suxk of tKX) bolts of Prints first meets the
ye, allpitked goods, wliich forbeautiful pat
ens and texture of goods have not been
Quailed belore or since the war. All other
foods for Uuly's and children's wear, arc in
roprUon, and of th best quality. Among
J"em many povclties now introduced here
the n4t time, and which our Ladle would
0 well to call and see. Stacks of gent's piece
nmsllns, bleached and unbleached;
cklngana i fact everything that one can
at in the dry goods line is there found in
.Uies and styles.
Urn1".? nUre 6U'k been Role"tJ by Theo.
'wan whora no one knova better the
of this community, for which he Is de.
fcln ih patronaee of all. lie la detex
ki h'asllwrs heretofore, to bare nothing
w sure that 1, not an A No. 1 article In
tide 10 64:11 low a. a good ar-
Uer u- T " 6nd make "lng for the
fcroveril! nown.hlm and hU trade
WtobuJ?m Cl"tomt,r made It a
rwvlTI na foremest among
I'wts.boui at home and abroad.
Sweet Q,uinln at City Drug Store.
, ' 1 'j ; ;
For Doors and Sash, go to Bell A Small's.
A ehclce and full assortment of Wall Pa
per at City Dnig store.
Choice Flour. Whole, half, and quarter
sacks at Swan & Brother's.
More (lk t' us to tilers tVanted by B. B,
Thoinpsbn, Brown ville Dairyman.
Small ei. Ball will have this wee's forty of
the celebrated Jackson Wagons
We tVill tell you all about Teare fc Co.'s
stock next week, when it will be open for in
For Choice Cfroeerlea Staple and Fan
cygo to the old reliable house of Swan &
A full assortment of Improved Yoke Shirts
well made of best material a fit guaranteed
I will from and after April 1st, occupy
No. 13 Main street, between Levee and First,
where I invite my friends to see me.
II. C. Lett Is now prepared to do a whole
sale and jobbing business to all Drug Stores In
the interior, having received and in transit
the largest stock in his Bne ever brought to
At Shellenberger Bros, may be see a
sample Machine of Parlin's Walking Cultiva
tor, which is now taking the lead wherever
it is known. Orders taken and promptly
II. C. Lett is now prepared to sell Station
ery of all kinds, at lower prices, in any quan
tity, than they can be had anywhere else,
west of the Mississippi ; and we can warrant
the stock No. 1.
W. A. Poloek, Assessor for Brownville
Precinct, requests the resident property own
ers thereof to call on him at Judge Morgan's
office previous to April 3d, and give him a list
of their taxable properly.
Geo. AV. Dorsey returned yesterday from
Beatrice. He gives an encouraging report of
the prospects for the Blue Valley country the
coming year. Property Is changing hands
rapidly .and farmers are at their Spring work.
Seedling Peaches. I hare a large quan
tity of Seedling Peach Trees, 1 year old,
which I will sell at 10 cents each, or $50 per
thousand. Also, all varieties of Grapes, in
any quantity. R. w. I cbsas.
The Telegraph Wire Is now stretched
across the river. This gives us as good, If
not better, connections than ou this side, as
now the repair of the line can be much more
expeditiously accomplished along the rail
road. AVe notice J. IL Beason is digging out a
site for his Blacksmith Shop and Plow Fac
tory, on the corner of Third and Water
streets. He is brim full of enterprise, and
gets up a Plow that farmers say cannot be
F. K. Johukon &, Co. are deserving the
thinks of community for their enterprise in
Keeping buch a full stock of choice Groceries
and Dry Goods. Their goods are of the best,
in ey M-il as low as possible, and are perfect
geuiieinen to deal with.
Good Building Stoue. Wearenow pre
pared to lurnisti good building stone, in any
quantity. Also, Step Stones, liases for Mon
uments or Tomb Stones, Water Tables, etc..
furnished on short notice and reasonable
terms Lorance & Vaeset.
Saturday our streets were literally crowd
ed with teams, and stores with customers.
We noticed many friends from Richardson
and Johnson Counties. The people of these
Counties are fast becoming convinced that
Brownville is the cheapest Dry-Goods Lum
ler and Grocery market In this Land District.
McDlll's Patent Corn Stalk Cutter
lias been greatly improved since its first in
troduction, and having overcome all obsta
cles and difficulties, it Is pronounced to be
the least effective Stalk Cutter in the market,
strlklnga much heavier blow than any other
machine made. For sale by F. A. Tisdel &
PeraonaJL IL C. Lett has returned, and
his house is crowded with a new stock of
Drugs, StaUouery. etc,
Robt. Teare has returned and reports arous
ing stock of goods coming for the house of
Teare t Co.
J. D. Graffis In from Tecumseh. He reports
matters lively and jiroppcrous in that town
aud Johnson county.
Marbon lias received bis atock of Spring
Clothing, and It must be admitted that it is a
fine assortment of goods, all of good materi
al, well made, and fashionable. Those desir
ing good fashionable suits., should patronize
.Marhon. He has also a choice assortment of
piece goods, and in am gl tailor an over
drew a thread. Also, an assortment of Hats,
all styles; and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
comprising, among other things, some of the
finest Linen Shirts we ever saw. Don'Xailto
call on Marhon.
The Boy's and Girl's Taper, published
by Frank Leslie, N. Y., is one of the most
pleasant and agreeable visitors that can be
Introduced luto.Uie family circle. Hotsand
Hit U though it be called, its pages contain
m after interesting and, instructive to all ages
and conditions. It is profusely and richly
illustrated, and each week shows new beau
ties and Instructive reading matter. ; Its con
tinued stories are of a character to please all
ages ; besides which it contains weekly short
stories, fairy tales., historical sketches, biog
raphies, poetry, puzzles and wit, Pu Wished
weekly at ti,oO a year.
Small & Ball have received a portion of
their new goods, and a fuller stock of groce
ries have never been congregated under one
roof in this city. They are fully prepared to
till all orders from merchants in the inland
towns, and are doing so dally. It is impossi
ble in tliis place to give a manifest ot lueir
bUick here ; w e had intended to do so, and got
as far as 6 hds. sugar, 20 sks. coffee. 40 bxs. to
bacco, 30 boxes crackers. 5 boxes soap, and
then concluded to step, ininKiuK Hie best
way was to in vile all to call aud see for them
selves. J. S. IlelxeC, now in New York purchas
ing a stock of Clothing aud Gent's Furnisii
.11 G-m1s, wili lei urn wilinn tlie next two
and f ' mii .,is tb-orouch knowledge of
, s. i.'.i 1 ;.oiu his extensive ac
i. ..u.v in iiiat city and its business, we
predict that he will bring on such a uiaosoi
spieuJid goods in his line, as will eclipse any
thing ever ojrjMJd this iar west. He most
liiorougljy understands his business, and
from li.is ttci. and his purchasing for cash,
his stock Will be No. 1 throughout; and his
ability to sell good, choice, well made cloth
ing, etc., at figures so low as to play out all
conization will be beyond doubt. He ex
tends a cordial invitation to all to call and
see his new stock as soon as opened; and
we warn the public against investing before
Of the Nsrrh Term of District Court.
The people of the State ol Nebraska vs. Ed
ward O'Pelt, Indictment for Burglary. Xolle
The people of the State of Nebraska vs.
James Glnder. Indictment for assault with
Intent to murder, Dfendent brought to the
bar of the Court and plead guilty to an as
sault and battery, which plea was accepted
by the State. Fined $S0 and cost. Fine and
The people of the State of Nebraska vs. An
drew IX. Scoville and Oscar Scovllle. Indict
ment for riot. Jury empaneled and sworn.
Jury returned verdict of "guilty," as charged
in the Indictment. Fined (23 each and costs
of auit. Fine and costs replevied.
The people of the State of Nebraska vs. Ja
qaes Mignery, Indictment for soiling llqoor
without license. Defendent plead "guilty."
Fined &5 and costs. Fine and costs replevied.
i Gang Plows At Tlsdel's.
Road Scrapers At Tlsdel's. .
ua ; . .
' XI. C Lett, Land Agent, Brownville. -
Industrial Plow At Small & Bell's.
300 Tons of Ice for sale by EIrlsman & Co.
Kentucky Blue Grass at Lett's Drug
Horrf eon Broadcast Seeders for saleby
V. A. Tisdel & Co.
Studebaker Vagons, Bold and warrant
ed, y small & aeiL.
Roelcfora Broadcast Seeders and Cnlti
vators with Grass Seed Attachment for sale
by F. A. Tisdel & Co.
PeklnBreaklngPlotrs 200T.&n. Smith
fiUs make, for sale Dy j. u. Denser.
Highest market price raid for wheat, oats,
corn, J:c., oy ueaiora t tianaiey.
S1200 Dollars and Expenses! See ad
vertisement of American ShuttleSewing Ma
chine in our advertising columns,
Kuhn & Ilalne's Premium Grain and
Seed Drill, with W. H. Nauman's Improve
ment, for sale by r . A. nsael Co.
Organs. Burdett's. from 8110 to $600: Ma
son &. iiammi'P. i.jto
James R. Dye, Broravllle.
AVm. II. Hoover, Real Estate and Insu
rance Agent, is prepared to make out all pa
pers necessary to the conveyance of Real Es
tate. Ofllce Court Room, Brownville.
Havlna: sold out my meat fhon. I would
request all persons oweing me to call and set
tle immediately, as I must square up my
books. W. F. Wilson.
I am now prepared to make contracts for
nnd do all kinds of Stone Mason Work, on
short notice and reasonable terms. Adver
tised for the summer same as usual.
i7-4t TIM Mclaughlin.
Cole's Patent Stalk Cutter, which has
taken the premium at all fairs where exhib
ited, is the most complete machine of the
kind now in use. Manufactured by Parlln &
Orendoff, Canton, 111. For sale by
Mcrherson Block, Brownville, Neb.
The Canton Clipper Plow is one of the
most perfect Plows now made anywhere.
The steel Is tempered to admitof the keenest
edge, and hardened by a new and improved
process that ensures their scouring in the
most difficult soil. No attempt at immlta
tinn nr nrmrtif inn has vet been able to pro
duce anything equal to the genuine standard
Canton Clipper Plow, for sale by the
The Amerlean Entomologist. The
March number of this valuable monthly
comes to us, as usual, replete with interesting
matter, and fully and beautifully illustrated.
We notice, also, that It has eight additional
pages of reading matter, including, among
other things, a facetious article on our large
Polyphemus Moth, a valuable and lengthy
article on "Wasps and Their Habits," "Do
Toads eat Worker Bees," "Answers to Corres
pondents," Reviews, etc., etc.
Published monthly, at $1 per annum, by R.
P. Studley & Co., St. Louis, Mo,
Havlnc Purchased Mills in the Pineries
of Saginaw, Michigan, with one Million Feet
Dry 1'lne Lumber on nana, u nas compenea
me to procure larger grounds for my Lumber
Yard. Therefore 1 ha ve rented the lots on the
corner of First and Water streets, where I
shall put one of the largest stocks of Lumber,
Doors, Blinds, Sash, etc., west of the Missis
sippi, and every body knows, or shall know,
that the Saginaw Lumber is far superior to
anv other Lumber.
Call and see me before purchasing else
(One block from River.)
BELL. LOWELL & SMALL,
12-tf lied Store.
KUbonrn. Jenkins Si, Co. Manufac
turers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in
all kinds of Pine Lumber, Lath, Shinglos,
rickets, Sash, Blinds, Doors, liattens, etc.
Office and Lumber Yard, corner 4th and Main
st reets. Branch Yard at Phelps City, Missouri.
We manufacture our own material in me
Pineries of Oshkosh, Wis., where we have
in oneration one of the lanrest manufactures
of everything made in Pine in the world, and
obtaining our Lumler direct from the tree,
as we do, we can sell at lower rates man any
Lumber iard in tne v est wnicn pays one
wholesale and one or two retail nrolits. We
shall id ways keep on hand a full supply ot
everything in our line, so that those in want
may always rely upon getting what they de
sire. We simply ask all to examine our stock
and prices belore purchasingelsewhere, as we
can ensure satisfaction in loth.
The John II. Manny Combined Self and
Hand Raking Reaper and Mower is acknowl
edged to be the best machine of the kind now
in use. It will save its price In grain in a few
years, as itadjusts itself to all kinds of ground
and to all conditions In which grain can be
cut.Itsself-rake is beyond question unequaled
As a Mower the Manny stands ahead of all
competitors. As this was the first combined
Machine of the kind in the world, so it has
constantly held the esteem of the practical
farmer, and has taken more prizes at exhibi
tions and fairs than any machine extant.
Not a year passes but some Improvements are
made as suggested by actual work ; and its
manufactures are constantly taxing their in
ventive genius to make for the farmer a ma
chine that combines light-draft, comfort to
the driver, ease to the horses, and economy in
saving grain, for as small a price as possible.
To see the machine, or gain further particu
lars, go to
The above notice we accidently got over
Shellenberger Bro's signature last week,
w iiereus r. A. Tisdel & (Jo. are Hie agents.
Peters' Musical Monthly. The March
number of Teters' Musical Monthly is at
hand, and contains some twenty-four pages
of choice new music, giving selections from
the most popular writers, and variety enough
to suit the most fastldcous. We notice, first,
a beautiful little ballad, with chorus, by J. S.
Cox, entitled "Left all Alone;' then follows
a sacred song by George Leah, entitled "The
Lord will Provide;'" "Coraline," by the Na
tion' Song-Writer, Will S. Hays, comes next.
This is .followed by a sprightly comic song by
T. Brigham Bishop, entitled "The Young
Widow,'' and, among other things, she says,
"Khe doesnH want a man who stops out all nlpht.
Or one ttiat drinks brandy, and comes home quite
There Are also three Instrumental pieces,
namely; "Pretty as a Pink," Barcarole, by
Mack ; "Fleur cle the Galop," by Dressier, and
the famous "Grecian Bend March," by Pre
vot. In addition to the above, Mr. Peters
gives fifteen pages of choice family reading,
and all for the moderate sum of 30 cents, or
S3 per year over $3 worth of new music ap
pearing in each number. Those of our musi
al friends who do not subscribe are certalnry
losiKg a rich treat, as $10 worth of music can
not be bought every day for such a small sum.
Issued by J. L. Peters, Music Publisher, P. O.
Box 512U, New York. Sample copies, 30 ets.
From Ptepensatnryjof the Vnlttd States.
lUOMA CHKNATA BUCHC LEAVES.
PRorr.nTiKR. Their odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat uroinutic, Uieir Uisle bitterish, aud analo
gous to mini.
Mkdk al Properti s and Uses. Bachu leaves
are enlly stimulant, with a pecoliux tendency to the
They are (fi veil to eomplnmUof the Urinary Or
pans, Mich as ; ravel, Chronic l Xarrh of the Bladder
Morbid Irritation oi the Bladder nnd Ureiha, J Hseas
es ot the Prostate (Hand, aud lie lent ion or Inconti
nence oi Urine, from a los ol tone in the part con
cerned in it evac-iation. The remedy has also been
recoiiiunded in Dyspepsia, Chronic llheumalism,
Cutaneous AtVeciions, and Uronsy.
Hki.m hold's Extract Bit hi; Is used by per
sons from the ages of 1 to ii, and from 35 to 5-i, or in
the decline or cliantre of life : alter Confinement or
br.bor l'ains ; Bed-Welling in children.
In ailecuons p-cu!iar to lemales, the Extract Bu
chu is unequaled by any other remedy, as in Chloro
sis, or Retention, irregularity, PaiutuJness or Sup
pression of Customary Evacuations, Ulceratl or
tschirrous NUttwol the Uterus, IjeiMMirrbea, or Whites
JllNKAMCN OK THE BhALDi.H, K IHN KYS. GRAVER
an n hRowiLAi feWKi-Lisus. This medicine m
creases the power of Ligelion, aud excites Ihe Ab
sorbent into healthy action, bv which the Watery or
Calcareous deposit ioiui, and all Unnatural Enlarge
ments are reduced, aa well as Vmu uod Inflammation.
li klm ituui k Exktact Bi'chc has cured every
case of Diabetes, in which it hun been given. Irri
tation of the ecli, oi the Bladder, and Inrlnpiuna
tion of the Kidneys aud Bladder. Retention or Urine
Diseases of the l'rostate and, Stone in the Bladder
Crilculus. Jravel, Brick-llust. Ilejwwut. and Mucus or
Milky Discharges, and for enieebled and delicnte
constitutions, oi both sexes, attended with the fol
lowing symptoms: Indisposition to Exertion, Loss
of Bower, Loss of Memory, Diliicultv of Breathing,
Weak Nerves, Trembling. If orroroITiseae, Wake
fulness, Dimness of Vision. Pain In tbe BacU. Hot
Hands. Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the Skin,
Eruption on the Face. Pallid Countenance, Univer
sal Lassitude nt the Muscular System, Ac
Hklmbold's Extract Kithu is Diuretic and
Bluod I'urifVing. and cures all Diseases arising from
hab.ts of dissipation, excess and Imprudence in life,
lmpuritiesof the Binod, Ac. superseding Copaibo la
b fleet ions for which It is used, such as Gonorrhoea,
Gleeu of long standing, aud Syphilitic Affections
In these diseases, used in connection wilb if elm
hold's Bomb Wash.
Sold by all Druggists and dealers everywhere. Be
ware of counterfeits. Ask for Helmbolua. Take no
ether. Price LZS er bottle, or 6 bottles for as. 60.
Delivertd to any address. Describe symptoms In all
Ad.!res H. T. HELMBOLT. 5W Broadway, If.Y.
t'rKOSE ARE GENUINE Onlees done up In
sleel-encrave! wrapper, with fae-simile of my Chem
ical Warehouse, ana signed
mach Sm H. T. HTLMBOLT.
. .THE MARKETS. .
1VEEKLT REVIEW OP TUB CHI
Government Bonds bare ruled higher since
the Inauguration of General Grant, and on
the apparent disposition of Congress to pass
a bill to strengthen the public credit 6-20s
In London hare advanced to 83. Gold fluctu
ates from 130 to 132. In commercial circles
there Is a decided improvement In the tone
and condition of most of the leading mar
kets. Wheat is quoted at $1,121,I8.
Corn, at 55S7c.
Butter, at 3840c
Dry Goods. The market has been active
and trade steadily improving, with no mate
rial change in prices. Some makes slightly
Cattle. The market Is firm with favorable
reports from the East. Sales were made from
S37 for fine to medium, ?,75a7,"5 for good,
and $7,758,25 for choice to extra,
GaocERiEa. The market is good. Sugars
are dull and materially lower. Other articles
are without quotable change.
BROIVIfVILLK GROCERY AND PRO
FLOUR Winter $ sack 47 60
" Spring 4 25
CORN bushel 3545
MEAL p bushel itx&ev
liACON Hams Tb..
" Shoulders "p n
" Sides ) .............
LARD Canned lb .
SYRUPOolden ft gal..
" Sugar House gal............
COFFEE Java ft..
" Rio ? lb
CIIEESE New York Factory ft.,
... 1 60
uountry 4 n.,
TEA Imperial ft 2 GO
" Blacky ft. , - 175
" Young Hyson V lb ., 2 00
CANDLES Star 4 ft.. 25
" Tallow ft 15
APPLES Dried ft ..,......,.....1516
PEACHES Dried p ft 22
POTATOES- bushel... 1 01
COAL OIL gallon.. 6580
EGGS H doz 15
BUTTER p ft 25
HONEY ft 25
ONION bushel 125
SALT per barrel ........ 4 50
LUMBER Cottonwood per 100 2 00 2 25
" Oak 5 00
" Walnut 5 00
Pine 3 50 7 00
SHINGLES Cottonwood per JQP0 2 503 00
" Fine w7 ou
LATH Cottonwood per 1000 ..:.i.r7 00
" Pine .. 7 50
WOOD Dry Hard per cord 6 00
HIDES Dry per ft 13
" Green 6
WHEAT Fall per bushel 1 50
spring. 8u?i i
WOOL per ft 202a
R. TEARE & CO.,
10. BO 111! STREET,
Pern Livery Stable.
Vll If IikIk r Stoclc.
Horses Bouglit, Sold, or Exclianged.
Stock Boarded by the Day or Week.
MY CTABLES are stocked with Rood Ilorsesand
hucgies. l'ersons wishing conveyance to any por
tion of the .Nemaha Land District can be accommo
Pern & Brownville Coach
Leaves my Stables every morning at 10 o'clock A.
M. Passengers or packages safely conveyed. Or
ders left with the Postmasters will be promptly at
tended to. 13-31-ly
DR. J. BLAKE,
announce mat ne nas
. j.- located in Brownville
liai? and is now prepared
to perform.ln thebest
manner. al,u oper
ations pertaining to
the science of Den
Office Over City Drue Store, front room. lfitf
JOHN LAVIGNE will sell his im-
J nroved farm one mile north of Wm. B.
Phillips's, in this county, coutaining 40 nerca of
Timber and ItiU nrrrs ot Improved ltad.
with Rood Kuildinirs, Orchard, JIetfi;e Fences, and
Livinit Water, at (1 per acre. Time Riven on two
thirds the purcha.se money. Will Rell his farming
implements, 8 horses, 30 head of cattle, 8 hogs, fowls
ana crop on the grounds at same time. For further
particulars enquire of Judge A. W. Morgan, Brown
ville, or of the proprietor on the premises. zi-t
CHARLES NEIDHART & CO.,
Italian and American Marble
Tomb Stones, Table Tops, Mantles, fcc.
Main Street, between 6th and 7th,
BROWy VILLE NEBRASKA.
Having located permanently In this city, we shall
keep on hand such a stock as will supply all the
Southern Nebraska aud Xorlb
ALL WORK WARRANTED,
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A Work Drxrripth-r of the VIRTUES und the
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f! A TTTTn'MInferlor works of 4m!lar eharae
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AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
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A WORK DESCRIPTIVE OF
li. WASHINGTON CITY ; iU hieh and lt
Inn IiTa. m n ivn i .3 ruin nnKl!. . fT J . . . . . . . . 1 .
teries; villanios and corruptions; the inside work
ings of the Government; and showing hmv money
is squandered : how public servants perform their
trusts; how rines are managed; how officials are
all about female lobby members, ladycleTks, Ac It
m ur.iuuiuii Hiuvuaiti, nilU 1 IIIO PJMCieSI, lDOSl
thrillinflr, entertamintr, Instrurtive, and KanUnr
book of tbe Guy. sena utr circulars, with trro.
r. Address JOXES, JLTNKIN A CX lb7 Kou&
vtw ciin, vuuf u, au, . - - iJrifl
. W. M. WYETII & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer in
Harness, Skirting and all kinds of
SADDLERS LEATHER & HARDWARE,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, c.
" Agents for Diteon's Circular Saws and
No. 6, South Third, bet. Felix A Edmond Sts
BT. JOSEPH, MO. A5ly
w m Si
ml IWu J iisi
5j III Jl I 1 lla
Eh V "fi'li
Kew and Fashionable stock ol
(NO SHODDY), U bow offered to the Public at
J. S. HETZEL'S
No. ?0 Mala Street,
who la a
to the interest of the public ; and baring pur
chased my CLOTHINO, (made under my own
superrialon) exclusively for cash, I can sell as
low, If not lower, than any
in the Town or County. I be to call your
attention to my
LARGE AN2 WELL
sslected stock of
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
as can be
IN THE WEST.
Here Is a chance for the best bargains, as I
have no dead stock on hand, all being entirely
new. Th' publle are Invited to call and ex
amine for themselves,-
where everything in th Clothing line can be
At the Sign of the
BIG BED STEAD!
is the place to buy
Keep constantly on hand a complete assort
Sofat, Eeadtttad. Wardrobes,
Burtaui, Rockir.tr Chain,
Spring Beds. Wash Stands
XV hat Sots,
Bed Springs, Children's Cabs and Gigs,
uui ana. Jiosewooa Mounting,
Sheen, Pillows, Pillow
Shps, ete., etc
SHOW CASES & OFFICE WOEK
MADE TO ORDER!
And anything and everything required to sot
up plain or fancy housekeeping
All of their ware la either manufactured or
put up under their special superintendence,
which enables them to sell sound articles at
smaller prices than Eastern manufactured
is at the service of the public at any time It
may be needed, nnd is gotten up lnosflnestyle
as any farther east.
UC BM CASES
of all sizes constantly on hand,
A.t Eastern Pi'iccs
We are doing business on
STRICTLY CASH PRINCIPLES
and by attention to business and the wantsol
the community, expect in the future as in the
last to receive the patronage of the publle
generally. McFALL & CO.
. Have received the
Largest nnd Best Assortment
ever brought to the city of
BROW IN VILLE,
Sofas, IToldijis Lonnscs,
Secretaries and Bool Cases,
Offico Desks. Wasi Stands,
E S T K .V T H ,
Karse Rockers, Dlnlr.gand Breakfast Tables
Office, Parlor and Pining P.oom Chairs, and
everything usually found in a
FURNITURE STORE !
A REGULAR GRADUATE OF
i MKDICI.NK, as diploma nt ( !hee will
sbr-, haw het'ii lentrer ensaced in t!i' treatment
of Venkkhal. Sex l ai. ami I'uivatk Di?k.
ks than ny dtlicr .liysiclari i:i St. I.)r.i.
Syphilis.'Cionorrii;', tlevt.M net lire, Orel! fills.
Hernia, and Iluuture; all urinary XitHs anl
Syphilitic or Alep-.iriiil Alllini'.ns of Throat,
Skin or Hones, are treated with uDrarallclied
Spermntorrhea. Pexunl Pnhbility and Impo
teney, as the result of pt" abuse in youth, koxu
al excess In iimturer year", or other causes, nrJ
which priKlur some of the followfns ejects. R
JJoetiirnal Kmlssiens, blntchet, debility, oizri
ness. dimness of Kiht, confuion r( ira.i, evil
forebodings, aversion to society of fo male.s. Utti
of memory and sexual pefer. nirl rendering jj
marris.ee improer. nre permanently cured. 3
The Doctor's opportuiilti in 1-ospltal nnl
nrivKte nrncticenre unsiircasni'i; in St. Ionls or
any nthr city. H :ri tiles of St. Irfjiii.i papers J
prove that lie n.'is ien irnraien here longer tnun
any other m advertising. The establi.-ihment,
library, laboratory nnd appointment, nre im
riralied in t)i west, unr.rjiasiHl anywhere.
Ace. with experience, can h; reiied i:)"ri. and
tbe do-tor can reur to manr physicir.n thn.c.Kh
out the country. Jn pn-t snc ess and present
position lie stands without a competitor.
The Writine of a Pbj jtici.ia ivhoe rep"
utution is I'rl.ni-w (.! ihou2J
be worll re!i'i.
TVMrTort WittTTiER publNi.e a M,iIi--rrtPiiip;)h-Irt
relating t: venereal diseases epi! '.it (Usjls
trous und vari- d consonieiice f sei -nbnse th.it
will be sent to any aiidress in a soa'.:-rl en veli..e
ffir tvo rtamp-i. ..'.my pijys,ic;a in introduce p:
tlent.s tr the doctor after readnv' Ms n;elicut
pamphlet. Communications con f.der, rial. A
friendly talk will co.--t you r:o!hin. (illice cen
tral, yet retired No. ir st, Charles ftrcet, nt.
Loui, ?-lo; Honrs 9 .m. to 7 p.m. Stmdr.ys 1
to 2 p.m: i -y "
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable !
Een. Rogers, Proprietor.
Xos, H2 ancl Si Main Street
Dealer in all kinds of stock.' llorsos VonL'ht.
sold and exchanged. rito"k boardcxJ bv the
d.iy or we..
The Propritor h.13 recently erectcl an entire
old Brownville Honr-e. Jits stock Is all frcKh
and vt-liicles new. The public can lc accora-
mouaieu ai an nourv,
DAY oir rIGIIT.
A etX"k wrraIT. with ati abundant surr-lr
of pifre water, atta-hel to the stable, 4-ly
fYSAGE ORANGE SEED.
Jaet from Tezae. yv by
JTo. It ?rarthSond bt.,
in.. sr. torn, ho
HiiiiiiFOBD k mm
If. r . : s i 1
Vt'e have on hand a large
To "which we are making co
we are selling at Prices as
In the Quality of ct Goods;
FLOUR OF THE MOST
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES
Y A N K E E N 0 T I 0 N S ,
Iroclen, Glassware aiift Ms,
HOSIERY AND WHITE GOODS.
And every other kind of Goods kept In a "Western Store, Which we will . -
Whenever yon are. in
Corner lain and Second Streets.
roii the -a
ST. JOSEPH, 7io;
IMPORTER AND "WHOLESALE A:T) RETAIL J1EALKU IN
V.'a.o;;, Cariicfrr' nnl i'low Woodwork'.
Afi IJIOTJL.T17IJ.VXj J3nLi:ti:7S"r,
Fj.vinirs, Axpv, AxoN, Shovel-, Sfiido, Fill.-, Riis. Clwin., GirriAc and
Tire Rolts, NufN and Wahcr, Nnfls, JIor.-.; Ilorso and Mtilc oloes,
Saws, etc. C7Kt iitiM .nil I Ioll-.vw-vjir4", Suirar Kt ttc.l A nd
i rons, S-lvillets and Lid.-., Scow jois, JJaU; ocn. Eniit kittles and Sad Iron.
::LACIS3IITirS TOOLS, Anvils, Sto-k- and Dios, Ikdlows, Slodcnnd
Hand Harrtmcrs, Vicen, Pin cits, Ra-jf, Farriers' Knivts, Tuyre Iron, Ac.
OETFITIXG GOODS. Ox. Yokes, Axle Grcose, Ox chains, Wa-on Jacks,
Ox Shoe nails, Shovels and Pick's, Gold Pans, etc. Hubs, Spok? and Bcut
stult". Cfdohiatcd 31olino IMowh,
Eagle Mowers, ?Ky I MTormick's rA?'1
Kallers Horse Corn Planters, Sulky Corn Cultivators, Hand Crn Shellcr,
Hay Rakc., etc., etc. rail l;auk' Standard Stales.
Buylnt; my poo ls direct from in.unifiu turers I (vir,.r (Trent
Inducement to WhokfJc Lvyrrs ot Conr'ablc' Irs and Steel Warehouse I
Union Fonndrr ani Machine Shop,
ay0868(fl I ) l j i t ; 7, ' i - j
Cor. Sth and .Vessaalo S!., St. Jocrpii. M i.
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
Mill Worlcs of aU Kinds.
tiw. and KitUfajctory to ail partial. . i Johnston & Ka--on. Bankers Ft.M4ison
Alo acut tor Gnlcnr d' KoU.t tson s I at- , isaao SMriit A Co !nn hi
rroved Fa tent Ccvan ii-ly ! Jir AtoM,.:Z"::Z:ZZZlll
anJ well assorted stock of
nstant additions, andwhici
low as any House west of
WE DEFY C0MPETITI02T
PRICE PAID FOR
.SWAN &; BKO.
-Town Call and See Us!
m 23 S i3,
St . Joseph f Mo. '
f jArnn9 A iacfc,on & Co..
AV II OLE HALK
STAPLE AND FAHYC GROCERS
A " D
I Comnllssion -3Lore1iautHt
107 -v"rthia:Sf., ST. LOUIS, MO.
j ; fousirrnirpts'if jonntrv Irndnc'!.'',mt'I.
, ' I- roni our i-.xp, : In this t-rancb of
! '-a'"l fy srtviumt our f ryr.:il ati ntiou.
ti-st of p.irtl.ia to give us their fibipmcnts.
- CoaJsaion XXcroW.
No. 2 City BnlMitig, St. Loaii, M
Scoond N.Ulon:il Bauk. fct Louis. "Mo.
I Allen, Corp A Nlslx-t bt. Lou is. Mo.
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