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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1869)
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vLuns iiruUiers are fnvt:Hi.
I AITfTal u4 Departure f the Mall.
iitiem and Eastern arrives at 12 tsx; 5f-prtA at
'rthern and Eastern arrives at 4 p. m-; departs
' Mil arrive at a. m.: flV:rt at 8 a. m.
l7rk Nail arrives Mr.wUy. WWnewlMys and
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J. Jl Coliapp, Editor.
nrDAY morning, .vrniri 22, im
anwl" in Kreut Tirlety at JMay'a T.egu
!. M. noltLljer Las perfectly Dry Wood
1 K. Ttft -fc Co'a Nuraory Stock la nrrl-
: nnte and Codding riutils Juat re
tA by Toft 4 Co.
-ra-a want a good Saddle or Sett of Ilar
!i fo to IiauT's.
a prrcb of grwd Rook for aalc Enquire
! ur, at May'a Roj-uUlor.
0,000 fresh Na 1 II-dse nanU Just re-i-nl
and for stile iy Tcft t Co.
omrthlng Sew-Di located jOodfiRh,
artl' le, for sale at Swan A Brother's.
ZJLCL SEED AT ;
ke Cin(f CommluloBf ri have boon
'wtwslon this week as a flotird of lvjuallza-
had a heavy thunder vtorm In this
Ion last Thurlay night. Tlc weather la
ather. For Buffalo Slaughter, Spanish
. American and French Calf or lLlp, go to
pr Trim rut. We notlec that Mr. Mer
it buildins a residenc on the corner of
rth and Water atrecta.
jmv v J t tb Jrt Boots. Shoos, Clo
( r -Kiag4-Mk4 Fancy Groccroea in the
ket, go to Wcntd C rant's.
anaeaa Miktit Saddlers and Shoema
i cab liav.e thrlrorAers fllU-d for anything
4cdi t .BUl J rant'.
Judge. Reynolds rctxnnod yesterday from
fin extended trip South. IIo loolra well imd
appears4o have enjoyed liU trip hugely
a "W". Yhe ler f tMs city, lea Ut wetk to
IlannlbRl, Ma, vhero he will open tip
manuCvt-.rr for the ccletnitpJ Smiln 1'aton
Trans Bridge, lie Is a No. 1 meclianlc and
perfect gentleman, and carries with hr. Qie
wishes of this whole community that he may
prosper exceedingly. " '
Vm. Small, of tl.e fsra of Fmall Jl Boll,
took a short business trip west this week. lie
reports matters Its 'good condition, farmers
all busy plantlflg and merccants desirous of
trutinc- t thLi oolni If they can cct what
they wank The facta elicited by this trip will
Induce Small dfc Bell to increase their present
larpe stock of goods to a C ret class wholeeal
house, occopying both the house thy lire In
now and No, 49, under McPherson'r old Hall.
Israel Nace started east for his family last
Hon. O. r. Mason was In this city last Fri
day and Saturday, holding an adjourned
term of the District Court. 1 '
Hon. B. F. Lnshba-ngh Is in the city, good
natured and Joval as e ver. He is here now for
the purpose of arranging for the erection vt a
building in which to commence the Banking
a B. Smith, one of the first Recelrers of the
Land Office at this place, la In the city.
VF. E. -Jolnm & Co have juKt received
per steamer Columbian, as choice a stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries and Queensware aa was
ever congregated nnder one roof In this city,
Their Dry Goods comprstses as choice an as
sortment of ladles' and chlldrens' Dross
Goods of all styles asone need wih to clioose
from. In this department they have the
latest novelties. Muslins, bleached nnd nn
bleached. Tickings Piece Goods, nats. Caps,
T .art Ip' and Children's hoes.' and a pile of
Prints that It will doany ladies' heart good to
look at. In this Hue they bave everything.
As for Groceries this firm - has fame for
keeping nothing but the best, and are deter
mined to keep up that kind of a Btock, They
have It now. These goods have been laid In
for catrti, and on these terms will be sold very
low. Call and see them. They are liberal
men to deal with. ... . ; -
In last week's Democrat we notice an ar
ticle very beneficial to Its advertisers. In so
much as It counsels families how to make
a show on a very small capital. It Is to the
effect that one need not patronize merchants,
furniture dealers, etc, bat bang together
longes, get spreads and cover .old tables, use
no carpets, etc., linpljingall the way through
the article that to buy anything was equiva
lent to being swlndeled. On reading the ar
tide it occurred, to ns that the stuff thus
gathered together would be nothing after It
was finished, and that if men would tend to
their proper calling, they would. In a country
likr this, whore everything bring a good
price, get along much better. We have good
mechanics and tradesmen who can make or
sell a Rood article cheap and much better
than any botch can bang It together.
Ha-K Liw is tolf.t'lF necessary. We
f the hogs anl-tciy rot ove of our citizens
tTbed Jti cfo'bf- tatfe alleys the other
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I mm rk.MT-i 4ill lll.lClkO It'll i.A'I
spony b&s rSMra-m from flic Council
rr$ aa-3 t. Joe route and the United States
rcss Company U now running the route.
;'r -tjrTs limmUt for Xtiy. asur
iied itid tinsuriKable, Is H forc us. For
iaFashluaiinii excellent renting mat
: t is not equalled by aaj-. It should be in
tttBe-rl-red a large stock of SlnpSe an-t
crUi'oeeries at N. M. Holtzlnger'a which
1 besold at very low figures for cash. Call
see for yourselves. Cash paid for coun-!
"r RIcharAa was under arrest In
' cRy Jast week on a charge of threatening
j Ufcf Charles Gaede, of Teru. The pris-
r riH A WJLared Ua vajU o evidence U
il!b the action.
The Scientific American. For the past
throe months we have been constant readers
of the ScUnUifla American, and And It filled
with, the rnoet Interesting matter of a scien
tific character. Its record of patents la com
plete ns that of the patent office at Wash
ington, and all of thebest are illustrated with
discrlptlon, bo as to give the reader a good
idea of their value. Besides this, all depart
ments of science are fully attended to. A
man earns that $3 dearly which he paves by
not taking the ficicnltjtc Autericarx. Every
mechanic at least absolutely needs It. . $3 per
annum. Mann L Ox, 3T Park Row, New
D. II Ilnll has entered the firm of F. A.
Tiadel, Jr., A Co. This does much to strength
en this reliable firm, and will doubtless tend
to Increase their stock and general business.
Mr. null is a man of much energy, and has
capital to back his enterprise In any direc
tion he may wish, and our farmers will al
ways find It to their advantage to deal with,
this Arm. They, keep almost everything in
the way of Agricultural Implements, and
getting them, as they do. In good quantities,
can sell lower than any other hons - . .
Council met Arril8lh,iro.-. reseni-M8
Ftirtrothcr ; Ailerrnen 2It;Gee4 V-c-jut rf d
Ordered, tliat the ac.'oint of Tlmcty Me
Laughlln, James Stewart atd McFall & Cou,
asrcjortedby committee ot Streets and Al
leys, and for which orders Lave been drawn
In accordance w:ii tha committee's recom
mendr'm, bef ltccd upon the city records
as having been proper and Just, and allowed
accordingly.. . ; . w - ;
. Report of committee on Brass instrument
received and ordered to bj filed. - :
Report of City Martha! received, and ac
cf jtoL j s : .'
The votes cast at the city election held on
Monday tho 5th lnst., were canvassed, and
tlit following persona were declared duly
elected, tc-wit t , s ' ;
G. W..Fairbrother, Mayor.' . - ?
F. A. Tlsdel, Alderman.
a L. Swan, 44
II. L. Matwews, 44 '
L. D. Robinson, " . ' ' '
J. C. McNaughton, Clerk.
Jonas Hacker,' Treasurer.
E. E. Ebright, Assessor. -
DeForest Porter,' Attorney.'
R, Morrison, Street Commissioner,
John B. McCabe, Marshal.
Jarvis S. Church, Engtneer.
At this meeting the following accounts
were allowed :
G. W. Fairbrother, Mayor, 21 meetings of
J. L. Carson, Alderman, . 19 meetings of
R. W. Furnas, Alderman, 18 meetings of
Council, fia. - r- . t
Chas. G. Dorsey, Alderman, 13 meeting of
J. L. McGce, Alderman, 20 meetings of
Councllj $20t -
C F. Stewart, Alderman, 15 meetings of
Council, $15. , ...... . ... ,
J. C McNaughton, Clerk, as per billon file,
W. A. Tolock, Marshal, as per bill on file,
The newly elected Aldermen were then
6Worn for the ensuing year,
Adjourned tire die. t. - .
J. C McN aug nTOK, Clerk.
tarers and WholesaLj and Retail dlerj In
all kltkds of lint Lumber, :Lcili" Cxliiis,
Pickets, 3sh, Blinds. Doors, Battens, etc,
Oi7.ee and Lumber Yard, corner iTii and irain
streets. Branch Yard nt l"h!ps City,Ml330urL
We manufactiire onr own material la the
riaerles of Osl.kosii. X,'lxt where we Lave
la operation one of the largest innntiricturles
of everyt'ilng made la Pine In the World, and
obtaining our Lumber direct front the tni
as we do, we can sell at lower rates tlian any
Lumber Yard In the West which pays one
wholesale and one or two retail profits. We
shall always keep on hand a full supply of
evervthlne In our line, so that those in want
may always rely upon getting what they de
siro. We simply ask all to examine our stock
and prices before purchasing elsewhere, as we
caii ensure satisfaction in. both. -
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THE SPltETG TRADI
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New Council met April 8th, 1803.
Present Mayor G. W. P'alrbrother; Alder
men II. L. Mathews, . L. Swan, Wentel
Grant, F. A. Tisdel, Jr., and L. D. Robinson ;
and J. C. McNaughton. Clerk.
On motion. Council adjourned to Monday
the 12th Inst.
It. C. Berger has bought out all other in
terests in the Alhambra Saloon, and Is now
sole proprietor. He has had it entirely refit
ted and greatly improved in lis furnishings,
keeps none 1ut thelK-st liquors, and has a
bar kccer able to mix drinks In the most
approved style. The Billiard Room In con
nection with this saloon Is furnished with
the best tables in the city. In warm weather
it Is a splendid retreat to get a cooling drink
and take a pleasant game of billiards.
04 FcUaws FVattval on the even-
of the SSth, bids fair to be a gran4 success,
paratlonsare belngmndeon an extensive
A very pleasant evenings enjoyment
" sirtfyilt to ail ir ho Ued,
j"atrenuoas rocasureanow lelnccarrled
by our County Treasurer for col
ins the Delinquent Taxen due In this
nty on Personal Projierty, will soon place
eocnty ou a much better fi nanclal footing,
hm Lady4 Friend for May fa receive. 1,
eontalns Ita muni Mftmnt of-vxcellent
-ter, showitg the latest moles and styles
Irea for oWacd young. It cannot he ex-
L4.W 3'againc ' Deacoa &. Pe
a, 317 Waiat st. rhIladebUa. tA a
l'r; Advernd Iody.s Friend, fSJM.
r. II. of tli lA-uiocrut want to know how
I rianer n jiCJ5 t.h AssessorhI.
f' ly 1J W t antUjrU of
ftt:i3j s tea tlenncr suierccded him
same position, it may answer the pur-
-t.e gvjl to rtad it.
r Stages now run between this and
atennedlate points la this Land DlslrtcL
r '"Prising managers of the Western
Company certainly deserve tho thanks
Tboje aerUon for their enterprise Jn
atatter. and from th looks of stage both
, eomlng a ll! rip a rich hanetit.
Stonewall lea on our levee last Frl
0Ter 100 Um of freight for our merchant.
CO boil passes up but loaves more or teas
M. Theshippments so far this spring to
1 point, ve Bre tojd by fhose who ought to
rt will doubl that ol auy previous season,
the tact that our merchants have
receiving goods all winter by railroad,
J Prmal, of tld Riverside Nur
Davenport, Iowa, hasahippedto CoL
a. of thU city, for sale, a large lot of
, GrP Vines, Fruit Trees, Raspberry
' Kackberry bushes. Evargreens, etc. It
ohance, as these were raised In about
f climate and soil as ours. If you
1 ytMng in this line It will pay yoa to
aa see them.
Mry Stoclu-Col, Furnas has received
thousand dollars worth of choice
"r SUxJt, aonslsilng of tbs choioest
and so; all fruit, selected with a view to
wptablllty to this soil and climate. Also,
ot all kinds, European Larch and
deciduoiis trees etc. These are ready
i -very tjOV, aQd a jitter opportunity
.tiling good irae fcU)ck WM never before
jtrpUl N', 8 Improved Reaper
t'nW'r' aiiJ slnRle Mower, with Iland
c? kUchnKr-t. Dropping attachment
i tTvT ThI Machine can trully be
vteeomhinationi the mow-
m mra riAt t. . . ; . ...
Wivff ani U,e replug quali
' u:tin, iUrod U wW'Una IUo machlnt
PrJ;.;Z U Xhe r machine
u 2 ; ,r cuUiRS v111 Krass.
Sle machine for
I.VT. . cl"WJge to lieaping or
s eithnr - Z iuni in every
M I. vviit -ft r .
4 w Wuww, vo auy
For tbe AdverUser.
Will Bro. Marsh please accept my sincere
thanks for that ream of pearl finish" sermon
paper, iu looking over ms stocn of station
er-. I came to the conclusion that clergymen,
Jawyers, merchants, county and city officers,
yung gents and ladies, could all be amply
Applied at Marsh's Grand News Depot,
Jfialu U, Brownville.
Geo. R. D-Vvls,
Rector of Christ Church.
BY SWAN fc BROTHER, '
SyTwp Molasses in bbls. and 5 gallon kegs.
FKh In balf bbls and kits,
Factory Cherac, ..
Oranges and Lemons,
Pickets, eta. etc
Forkiecbx9 for cash.
A Serlons Accident. Three boys of tlils
city were serlonsly hurt yesterday during the
great rush of the people of t his ci t y to see that
magnificent assortment of Farnltare, Just re
ceived at McFnJt A On.'. It t a serious fact
that this stock U really worth going to pee
and to buy If you want anything nice, du
rable and at as low prices as a good article
can be sold at. - - -
II. C. Lett lias on hand a large stock of
Window Glass, Paints, Oils, ctc which he
will sell cheap to the trade in wholesale Job
bing lots and at rctalL Call before going
east, and It will save yoa that troublo.
Frmert do yoa want a good stand of
oorn ? If you do, buy the Celebrated Brown's
Illinois Corn Planter of the only authorized
Agent In Brownville, W. T. Den.
W, W. Hackney has now a full stock of
choice Dry Goods and Groceries selected by
himself and bought for cash, on which terms
he sells uopreeedently low !
War In Cuba. Owing to the auecess of
the Cubans in Cuba, Small & Bell have re
duced the price of Sugar and everything else
in the Grocery line.
N. II. Holtalnger. manufacturer of Uni
versal Oil. Call and see for yourselves. Bet
ter light; cheaper and prettier; safe from
Try Prlca'a Baking rowdcre, for sale at
Wagons mi, Plows sold and warranted by
Small A Bell.
Dried and Canned Fruits at Hauk & Axmi
tage's. '- : ' '
Want a good Spring Business Suit? Go to
Sngar Cured Hams at nauk 4 Arml tape's.
Canvas Box Toe Boots, at Robisou's.
Council met April 12th, ISO).
Present May or Fairbrother Alderman
Mathews, Swan, Grant, RoLison, and Tisdel ;
Cleric, J. C McNaughton. .
The bond of Jonas Hacker, Treasurer, In
the sum of Ten Thousand dollars, with It. V.
Hughes, R, 8. Ilannaford, O. B. Ilewett, Bcnja'
min Rog.?rs and James M. Hacker, was re
ceived and approved.
The Ma-or announced the following stand
ing committees :
On Clnimt, Messrs. Swan and TlsdcL
On Street and A Ucyu Messrs. Grant and
The following accounts were presented and
To R. V.HuRhefl, forrentof room fromT '
April e, t to uct. 8, 's, 5 months,
at W per month, and stationery.
To R. V. Hughes, for registering votes
ToG. W. Fairbrother. for registering
Totes April election...-.
To Church, Oolhapp A Oo for
printing, as per bill on Mle.
O. B. Hewettprcsented account for salary as
City Attorney for the year ending April, 1889,
$200, which was referred to the Committee on
Also account of J. N. Starnbaugh for legal
services in case of Wilson vs. City of Brown-,
ville, $00 which was referred to committee on
Also account of R. V.' nughes for assess
ment of city of Brownville for year 18G3, SI
days at $3 per day, $102, which was referred
to committee on claims. -
Messrs. Church, Colhapp A Co. submitted a
proposition to publish the proceedings of City
Council, for year lSGU-70, for $10 in city war
rants, th city ordinances at legal rates, and
reports nt 40 cents per 10(10 of prrmmer type.
On motion, proposition was accepted.
A petition was received from J. P. Denser,
ft. al., praying for a license to sell malt liquor
at his place of business on Main street. Laid
Messrs. Swan and Mathews wereappolnted,
In conjunction with City Attorney, to tako
steps for a city assessment for 1809.
Mr. Mathews Introduced the following:
ncsolrcrt. By the City Council of the City of
Brownville, that the Mayor of said city flic
for record in the Recorder's office of the
County of Nemaha, such certificate as will
comply with the first section of an act passed
by the fifth session of the Legislature of the
State of Nebraska, entitled "An Act to pro
vide for the incorporation of cities of the
second class," to the end that the city of
Brownville may become Incorporated under
and receive ail the benefits of said act.
The resolution was passed.
On motion, the cammittee on Street and
Alleys were instructed to examine the matter
of survey and location of lots on Main street,
between.Thlrd and Fourth streets, and report
what can be done to establish the proper loca
tion of said lots.
The matter of William F. Wilson vs. City
of Brownville, was then taken up, and after
some debate was poxtpoded and made the
subject of consideration at special meeting
Tuesday April 13, at 3 o'clock p. m. ' "
A communication was received from Sam
uel Summers and four others, relation to
Brass Instruments. . . ........
On motion, referred to the committee on
claims, with Instructions to fully Investigate
and report upon the matter. '
Report of Win. II. Hoover, City Treasurer,
was received, and on motion laid over until
AdjourHd to Tuesday, April 12, 18C9.
,- J. C. McNAt'QHTos, Clerk.
Wishing to purchase millinery goods, will
find it to their benefit to call on Mrs. T. F.
Scaton. No. 19 Main street, vLo Las Just re
ceived the best selected stock of Millinery
Goods ever brought to Brownville, and Is
competant to do anything In that line, as she
is an old and experienced hand in the busi
ness, learned her trade in New York, and Is
prepared to sell her goods as cheap as can be
DOUgniin any cuy. ouo umu mav. TTflT'ff,lTlC, 1
them that she is prepared to do dress making itluHi uUUJJo I
in any style they wish.
Also agent for the groat Empire Sewing
Having Purchased JIMs in the Pineries
of Saginaw, Michigan, with one Million Feet
Dry Pine Lumber on hand, It has compelled
me to procure larger grounds for my Lumber
Yard. Therefore I have 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
any other Lumber. i
Call and see me before purchasing else
(One block from River.)
- . ' BELL, LOWELL & SMALL,
12-tf " L - V. Red Store,
Many Hcrthaxtt icho m, n trrtf enlt tn rr
!.t, amy Is luae to ittok owr their tnct$ itnd t rxr
ocxet, aiui oavxare in tnexr O'c hco thuca iltry
are artiui"y wortu vtilt, no doW;', e?t to the xm.Hit-
tlrm thtt t-i.- tawot in moire morr trnd hmf Vi'rre of
the "XEEiiJTCJL." at the clmm of I f -a. lo j'i p --r
weaun m emimntfiy proper, aru he is the r ,irstuho
eon do . in the mot htmorahie mmiwt. with the t a ii
erpenduure, compUraiMm, verfngr trmii lc, end tcajt.
ii7My. Jhdu-buMiHfM profitably end pltataxtiy, a
.'TTv-r7 rujui tu unserve utret t-hics.
At the EIGHT PEI0ISIT
At the EIGHT TI1IE ! ! !
m-. - w t mmv rvi irr' Cer Trrci r CI' 1 1 '7. I -Tl T 1 1 V
prompt" plrmiHfijr tjte tntrrrst of that Ju-rdMot u uA
tioquoice tf a IMauet w,itcr.
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Council met April 13, ISM. ...
Present Mayor Falrbaotlier; Aldermen
Swan, Tisdel, Grant and RoLison. Absent
Mathews. ' , -' . r -
Comralttoooncity assessment reported and
recommends! that the present City Assessor
be directed to make the assessment forthwith
The matter of William F, Wilson ys. City
of Brownville, was taken upv u - '
The following was Introduced In relation
KcwUt, Tbat thoCtry Attorney beauthor
izHl to tender to Mr. Wilson Brownville City
street Improvement Bonds to the full amount
of his judgementaaiust theclty; and incase
said Wilson refuse to receive the same in
full satisfaction of said jndiment, then the
City Attorney is hereby instructed to appeal
the case to the Supreme Court of tlie fciUlo..
Adjourned to Monday evening. Aril 19.
J. a McNavgutos, Clerk.
" Small mb Ittll, having accumulated so
much Lumber in their yards, corner of First
and Water streets, will sell for the next thlr
ty days at reduced prices, so as to make room
for twenty-five cut loads, now on the way
from their mills In the Saginaw Valley.
Glorious Navrs I Two thousand dollars
worth of the best Custom Made Boots and
Shoes, Jut arrived at Roblsons, and will be
sold low for cah.
II. C. Lett has now a fullstock of Wall Pa
per and Stationery Goods which he is selling
very low at retail, and in wholesale Jobbing
lots at eastern p'rlccs.
Payrp. We need funds. You that owe
us mujit pay up immediately. Mind that.
- HANNAFORD & HUGHE3.
The latest novelties in the dry goods line
received daily at May's Price Regulator, 27
For Sale. A Cottage and two of the rnost
desirable residence Lots in the city. Enquire
at this office.
Highest market rrice paid for wheat, oata,
corn, &c, by Bedford A Hundley.
Dr. ICtmberlin is in the city, prepared to
treat all diseases of the Eye and Ear.
More ?Illk Customers Wanted by B. B.
Thompson, Brownville Dairyman.
Kew is the Winter of our discontent
made glorlons, Summer and all the proud
winds that lower upon our house In the deep
bosom of the Ocean buried ; calm thoughts
on by tbe Zephyrs wafted to ns, telling ns
we have done well In the past by furnishing
the best stationery, and at lower figures than
has ever been brought to Brownville. - Every
body knows what has been done in the past
will also be done In the future. Marsh has
the best Stationery and cheapest and best
books in this upper country. No uso In i
M Tt rut dmrn hit rrpmtfs, a "a dollar saved la
a dollar earned." and a enable one tc tu to mura
We rprok in pmite of thntr ruin, for uf A,tiw fiVrf
them, and jtnd. tlievt to be the mntjt mea4 1 a ruccefil
KtrrcantUc emrter, -
JtEIOL D f lt Brr not OeeuTWinn a oraml Mtvtntt'H
ijri;jK.i w HnntTj(i(jf turner oiqcjc, cnuart eutn
furtaOle houttd at ... ? , . .
27 llaln CtrecV " '
, ..;.;.V Between Levee and First,
aid, read Dr. Whittier's
Ilebf con sells tho cheapest Boots and Shoes
In tho West. . - :
Cutters and G;tag Wheel, at
. . .it .
, - .- , a
Jnst Received-J. S. Hetzcl has Just re
ceived a splendid assortment of Ready Made
Clothing, comprising the latest styles known
to the eastern market, which he Is selling at
prices which defy competition from any
source. Don't fail to call and see for yoursel
ves before purchasing, as you will thereby
save at least 20 per cent.
Our ticoirotm are keavilv lade. matt dtrirable
I goods, exmtiMting qf ,
Hosiery and Glares,
, Shirt Fronts,
... Collars & bmspeaders
zepnyr woot ana 1 - -
ln all Colors,
Woolen Yarns, ) 1
Corsets and Sk 1 rts.
Coat's and Clark's Threads,
American Best Soool Cot tch. "
of which we have all numbers and colors,
ewing anu junnroiuery turns.
iiummgs A TapeTrimmincs,
Star, Crochet A Skirt Braids,
. - -1 Alpaca Braids, and a full line cf
- - - - Silk, Mliau and Alabama Braids,
mmj. ., w. i
(?TO mCDrris cffSrs-I to the Pc W!c at
IT. ID ir&la. Ctroat, . ' .
. . ITo. 7C,
. ' f -ft i -
In Z crclheri ITeraslr,Atchi sD'3 sad Holt
Co i-ty, 2.io., for tia
' iMar fm V f , v
XiEAPSn AIID II07SH.
THE CEST III THE VOHLD ! !
C"1 PUWS !
THE BEST FLO W XO W MADE!
3 , y jrv
- . Ilare rcctlved tl3
4"4 4Sf sksb mn. JT" wmm mw.m m-
mZ, tmt mJ li M mJ m. J
ever brotight to the city of
XJIIO WIN VILLE,
Sofas, Folding Lounca,
Secretaries and Bcoli Cases,
Oaws Desks. VTasaCUa'i,:
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable !
Errr. He cms, Pr.oprrrrrorw
- Nos. 82 and 84 Main Street
Dealer in all kinds of stock. Horses bought.
sold and exchanged. Stock boarded by the
dd v or tvpc1c
The Propritor has recently erected an entire
new, large and eommodous stable, near the
old Brownville House. His stock Is all res"h
and vehicles new. The public can be accom
modated at all hours,
DAY OR NIGHT.
A stock corrall, with an abundant supply
of pure water, attached to the stable. 4-ly
CANE ROCKERS, ;
Narse Rockers, Di n I n 3 and Brejvk f;wt TaMesi
OlSee. Parlor and Dining Uiom Chairs, and,
everything usually found in a
FUBNITUBE ST0BE I
to thtrlntereet of tht public ; and having pur
chased my CLOTHING, (made under my own
supervision) exclusively for cash, I can sen as
low, If not lower, than any
A FVLL L1S& O
Good Building Stone. Weare now pre
pared to furnish good building stone, in any
quantity. Also, Step Stones, Bases for Mon
uments or Tomb S tones, Water Tables, etc
furnished on short notice and reasonable
terms Lokanck A Vabxey.
Seedling Peaches. I have a large quan
tity of Beedling reach Trees, 1 year Id,
which I will sell at 10 cents each, or $S0 per
thousand. Also, all varieties of Grapes, in
any quantity. R. W. Fcbxas.
For the latest styles of Clothing, wait for
May's new stock, which will be opened at the
Regulator within ten days.
AND FURNISHING GOODS.
Organs. Bardett's. from $140 to $600 ; Ma
son & Hamlin's, $75 to $000.
JAtfES R. Dye, Brownville.
$1200 Dollars ajid Expense I See ad
vertisement of American Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine in our advertising columns,
Pekin BreakingPlovrs 200T. A H.Sraith
A Co's make, for sale by J. C. Denser.
Fresh Pen Holders at Marsh's.
DEPOT OF MUSIC!
P. I. HUYETT 5s SOir,
No. 9 Fourth, Street,
x! Joseph, 310.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
PI&IIOS HID mm,
.V FACT, everuthtnir Hint helemm to rt eUu
CUilhiittt, Jliwtrry, t'ttnry frcod nwl SiMion Jimtte,
Hiiieh hit bem purraimU fitr VAfM. to the trrv bH
artvfiitasr, mid viil tie mlil nt a very tiiuilt aiivttnee tn
1-kmu ana rnrniiit rayltijt Cutomers. elxme, wimn-
noe. irtmtfiectfuUy tidicit : a U Uonreherittrd aim to
lxake Uteir traamirtiane Yrith tu bUh vrutitable and
A. HAY & CO.'S
CLOTHIHG AIID DRY GOODS
Chickering H Son's Pianos
Which were awarded tho
Cress of the LEGI02T cf HONOE,
Xo. 27 Main Street,
- ' Between Levcc and First.
BIIO VILLE. XEBEASKA.
FIRST GOLD MEDAL
AT P.VRI3 EXroSITIOX, 1367. .
- -:- ALSO . - -
vrn. IL.ABE & CO.,
: IIALI.ET, DATIS & CO.
NEW Y0BK UNION CfO.
ORDERS BY MAIL
jyr cUtcrwUe xcill receive prompt
attention, and arc invoiced al the same
price, ai if 'personalty selected.
TTAVIXQ JCSTKECEIVED ALL
. . .lbe neeeasary machinery for pollshlnsr,
announce w me people of J(m and
a1jfintnconUes, that J am bow maoutucturin
!atiGna!, Combination & Cabins! DOUBLE 01101 COOlif 07
Jlason &, Hamlin's
AH orders 'should bo addressed to
JAIIS R. DYE, Aeent,
11 iOTm ville, 2Net.
tba which tbere never was a better plow m for
this soil. Thm fuliowlnic twstiatonia wereuuso-o
lted, and speak foe taems6lrea 1
TTITft V TO CfTETrrr.Th, we have nx-d Ttrm.
!-hrteil Dah.'(J Dmmnt Cora
! flow, and liadUurt It Will ffMirtirali knvwnfjoil
- fi. AV, KKANKLIX.
- a -WiLlil-JiKXX. . .s
J. 11. EEASOS, Mannfactor, "
One Door West of Court House,
ellWmv.' ' ; Brown vlllf.JCeh.
r C00!C,C03UHrJC0. A:.
JOHS L. CARgOrf,
Advertising Asentg, Cfca5a.
m2Jrt autimrited to recast A!vr
ttfrntHft thil paper, ai or hjwest
ratet, end art Jytti f,m ? XtwTjY.
Irt in tte C.S. and Vrritories.
mU a lft.ll I IWU
Exchance B-Hijjht nnd Sold oo all the prin
cipal cities AW dealer iu Gold and Silver
Coin, Gold Dusi and .
v Deposits rwived. mrable at s'-ht. Inter-
I est paid on time depohlis bv Fj-cial aTree
meut. Taxnpjiid for non-residents.
All klada of V. S. Lorids waateU.
iw Town r Ceti&ty. I bag to eall your
- aiie&uua w my
LARGE AIID VFELL
selected stock of
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
as can bt
IN THE WEST.
Here is a chance for the best bargains, at I
have no dead stock on hand, all being entirely
new. Tho publls are Invited to call and ex
amine for themselves,
We have on hand a large
To v?Mch xte sxe making co
T70 era selling at Pricc3 C3
In the Quality of our Gccds
FLOUR OF THE MOST
and well assorted stock of
f44"! 4 " tmtm a4 J mm'mnX U
ai OX UsUi oavotjj mtt t aVi
WE DEFY C0IIPETITI01I.
PPJCS PAID TOT,
lUvyt-i fa t, iz:t .jt A...t wiv, i VJ ZS Kz-s
DRY GD0DS & GROCERIES
Y AN KEE NOTIONS,
HOSIERY AUD WHITE GOODS.
. And every other kind of Goods kept In a Western Store, which we will
m-S J mi OWa J J .5
Wfienever yon are in Town Call and See Us!
Corner Main and Second Streets,
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