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J. Jj. Colbarp, Editor.
rnriuSDAY morning, may 2a, isca.
7 Harness Oil at MM&eton's.
Hsisf arian and Millet seed at City Drag
Store. ' .
Ladles, buy your latest styles of Hats at
; Den's. -
Rolling Cmtter and Gage Wheels, at Den's
Breaking Plws, Cultivator and Shovel
Ilows, at Den's, .
Thm lsbrattd Rtodebaker Wajon can
bad of Small A PetL
IV. F. "Wllsoa has the choicest Groceries
it C city. Try them and be convinced.
If yer harness brakes Bauer can mend
them tip top, Good stock of Whips oomln g J
Dra will receive a car load of the latest
styles of Dry Goods, that will defy competi
tion, Street Sprinkling is going on on Main
street, I I). Robison has the contract, and
Is doing, so far, a good Joh.
" Small V Bell keep the fullest assortment
of Qaeensware and Glassware that can be
found west of the Missouri river.
' - Improvement. Mrs. Shadley Is having a
aaat story and half -dwelling roc tod on
Water between Levee and 1st streets.
Whs would not have the best Groceries
in the market? You can get them as cheap
at Small 4 Bell's as a poor article elsewhere,
The finest assortment of Dress Goods and
Cambrics, Choice TrlnU, fcc., that ever was
brought to Brown vllle, is to be found at Den's
' Grant is deaervlnjr of great credit for kecp
rnR mt hand such a choice lot of clothing, and
selling them so low for cash. Go and see
Lannon - Hint on, Blacksmiths, on Levee
have now a patent Shrlnker, Shears and
Punch, and Tire Setter in operation. Farmers
call and sec t hem !
Last or Stolen. One two year dark bay
Stud Colt, wita long tall, star in forehead,
and small cut on left hind leg- Owned by
Theodore McClusky, Brownvllle. no32-2t
' 3.W, fc J. C. Gibson are stUt on hand
nong the most reliable jBlacksmiths in our
eity, and are always to be found at their
. shop on 1st bet ween Main and Atlantic
H. C. Lett keeps the largest and most
complete stookiof Window Glass, Lead, Oils.
Wall-Paper and Stationery, south of the
Platte. As for prices, caUand be wttonished !
t3S,00,OPO Is tbe capital of th Mutual
Life Insurance Companyof New York, Jar
vis 8. Chsxch Is their&gent at Brownvllle. It
is the safest company In the wotld to Insure
ts if -
the Trunk Railroad will be built; this
i s fact, and the Ladies of Brownvllle all say
tliat Mrs. Bear has the finest variety of Bon
nets, Huts and Millinery Goods for sale, ever
brought to this city.
Judge Morgan Is making preparations to i
. taovt his Plow Factory building on to Main i
street. He will fill up the pavement in front
his lot, which will greatly Improve that
portion of the street. ' '
fash and Door, in immense quantities'
W.J reai vartcry at Bell & Small's Yard cor
berofM aoi Water. You can not fall to fl nd
ttere just what you want, and at prices that
r lower than the lowest for cash I .
Ueea OrUnan We publish to-day
'he ordinance recently pessed by the City
Council, licensing the eale of intoxicating
liquors. It U a good ordinance, well got up,
U covm the ground admirably.
Tke Ditt h on Water street, below Levee,
. by last year's Council, needs filling up.
I nuisance to property owners in that
vlcinity. Or else make it perform the work
It w designed for, and cover it as It should
" nervous? .A re .you debilitated?
Aferott costive? IlaTc vouUeadflche? Have
ton no appetite? -Have you blues? For all
and many more, take Hardy's Stomach
"ter! They are safe, sure, and speedy. To
had ofH. CLttt, Druggist, No.'6S,Mc
Fherson. Block. ,
i Crat, Cabinet la perhaps the strongest
ver brought together; It consists of splendid
Qlng, No, 1 Boots and Shoes, all kinds of
Z1". Shoemakers findings. Groceries,
' and Caps, Grant s Cabinet is opposed
to the tariff of high prices, and they sell for
money than any house in the wtht.
Am noke has gone into partnership with
G i. Helmer, in the Boot and Shoe business
tSo. 15, Main st. Mr. Snoke Is a practical
nd flue workman, brings experience and
"T'It&l, and will do much to strengthen the
They have now on hand a splendid a
Htnent of Custom Made work, and also can
neat and durable Boots lUcaa be had
.H-here. , t .
v Cemeterw i "being put in eood order
Y t ua v j -a4, " y sva ca jT4
n 1 trim up the Hedge and clear up the
r-tatds generally. We fir?pleased to notice
Vf cnercy of the Bosu d, at. ; e it tvIH bo
Mlo,1ded by our citizens who own lots,
&e end that our "t;;j' tsTTZV dead", may
77 wear an aspect of respect la Ub -se fcdc r. r
gou beXjre." SeelocnJJn another
f ' b4 lentlKfel Ben. T. :." rs
tJntCit,r,Ufi,'Tuedy fcUut nopn.,He h.. 1
t? tU,ftft dnd was br:: -t:g
k ti to thebaaement stable, when f ot
thTL? 6 wa p'p11
-1 TP fcbout t. strikl: . g h Is
- lou. r ' H w" onacious a;: i
J ; 'd the TvT""a Physician s
fi1t.'r'1 tured. But he U ncx
ftDj- frirt H aausfactlon of his
n ur ZZ' May f tlie J'kcs of it. nev
' Ottr Clty has been the some of itfo-je cf
novel enterprises during U.c p.i two
first, a picture lottery optaed up list Friday
week ago, and according to the prorrtetor's
story, didn't clear a fortune. In conversa
tion with hlrn he Informed cs that th people
of this place were all a "set of fools," as, for
instance, "when a person makes a draw of a
$10 picture," (very Infrequent, by tl.e way,)
said he, "the crowd stand .; ar.J don't
Invest a bit more lively." 8a Id he, in all
other towns this would make a pranirush,
but here It don't snake a bit of difference.
We were pleased to note the Jack of gulablll
ty on the part of Brownvlllians, and hope It
may be a chronic characteristic.
And last Thursday the far-famed Veloci
pede made its first appearance in this city, In
charge of a nice young man. an expert in the
use of theanlmile, who opened up a school
in McPherson's Hall, where you can ride, or
attempt to ride Itthe Velocipede for the
moderate sum of 23 cents for 15 minutes.
Quite a number of our young men of pluck
and muscle have become very expert VelocI
xicU-striant f Awkwardness has no place in
the affections of the Velocipede.
So much for having brapsrarts and cow
ards at the head of the Government. Had
Chandler, the brnesrart and drunkard, Sum
ner the bracart and coward, and Grant, the
blockhead und blunderer, been at their homes
In the obscurity they deserve, our people
would have teen spared this preat hnntnea-
tlon and disgrace, ISrownvuie Jjtrtnocrai,
May 1st. "'
In reply to our defense of Judge Morgan
against the false assertions of the Democrat,
it says: "
We have no desire to engage in a personal
warefare with our co-temporary through the
iwnwrni. or anv other DaDer.
We have do objection to the "discussion of
topics unconnected wun personaitues. jv is
plain thai this Is an Impossibility, therefore,
till we can recelvcthe common courtesies due
us, decline entering the ring.
What are the "common eourtetiet" due the
author of the first paragraph above quoted?
Is he. not too contemptible" for tilent con
tempt? The man that can pen as viciously
personal a paragraph as the above, should
never howl about "common courtesies," un
less his position is one that he cannot defend,
as was the case last week. He started out on
"hog brains," and now throws np the sponge.
Ttrownville, as sv "Wholesaling Point,
possesses no superior, south of the Platte riv
er, in Nebraska, and deducting expenses and
time of going even with the Increased facil
ities for travel and she can do better by the
country merchant in this region, than St.
Joe. No set of merchants on the 'Missouri
river, stand so high In eastern markets, as
those of our city. Buying always for cash,
their purchases are of course at a good mar
gin below time customers; and this Spring
they have laid in Immense stocks of goods of
all kinds. Thus they can and do offer In
ducements to jobbers from the west that can
not be surpassed anywhere; and each day
gives new evidence that western men are
finding it out, and profiting thereby. In Dry
Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Furniture, Drugs
and Lumber, we yield the pam to no point
above St, Louis, as a verifying of prices by
persons desiring- to purchase in lota rwill
prove. ; ' ' - '"" " .:" f"
The Lady's Friend for June. The steel
plate for this number Is the beautiful, saintly
face of Isabella, one of Sbakspeare's charac
ters. The colored fashion plate gives' a rich
and tasteful bridal dress, and others of the
latest style; and a number of well executed
wood cuts Illustrate the most picturesque va
rieties of the present mode. For music, we
find appropriately for June, "Roses Fair as
Jenny's Cheek," The literary .department
furnishes choice entertainment in the way of
light reading. The ladies will find among
the Illustrations two patterns of bathing
dresses. Published by Deacon &. Fetereon,
319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, at $2,50 a
year, which also includes a large steel engrav
ing. The Democrat and Its assistant corres
pondent Is still harping on the Advertiser ahd
grasshoppers. Last week's issue contains
three articles on the hopper. The Dr. thinks
our first and only mention of them has "in
jured us abroad." Doubtless correct, as one
issue of the Advertiser goes farther than three
of the Democrat. The Dr. says he "poured a
tea kettle of boiling water" on some hoppers
and It did not hurt them. This would indi
cate that they could not be killed. This state
ment is most damaging to the country, and
Is, we thlnk.false, or at least very exaggerated.
Dry up Dr. or your limited circulation will
grow beautifully less !
Those who have purchased Lots in Walnut
Grove Cemetery, and not received Deeds or
paid for them, are hereby notified that Desds
have all been made out, and are ready for de
livery. The Board have ordered that lots se
lected and not paid for, will be sold to first ap
plicant. The Board have further ordered that
the grounds be cleared up and put In good
order. Lot holders are requested to clean up
their lots. If not done In a reasonable time
it will be done by the Board at the expense of
the lot "holder. Wm. II. Hoovkb, Treas.
We have been repeatedly called upon to
test and speak of the virtues of Bitters, often
but poor whlakyj with a - few bitter herbs ad
ded to take off the tot-gut taste, and nearly
as often found more to condemn than to re
commend ; yet we must say a good word for
Hardy's for it Is pleasant to take, good for the
stomach, and Just what Is needed to invigor
ate and regulate debilitated constitutions.
As a tonic, It Is Invaluable ; and, If taken ac
cording to directions, will save many a doctor
bill. It can bo had of II. a Lett, Druggist, at
No. 68, McPherson Block.
Godey's Lady's BookAmong the great
number of publications, for ladles, there is
none that Is 60 thoroughly American as this
magazine, and not one that fdrnishes so much
aid and Instruction in so many departments
of domestic economy. Its literature is al
ways of a high order, and has the merit of
usefulness, as it rarely happens that even one
of its tales is without some valuable lesson
for head or heart. The fashion-plates, and
directions for cutting and making garments,
are invaluable to thoee who must do their
own sewing. . -
Last Tuesday was a bufy day among
business mcu and residents on Main street,
for according to the ordinance for clearing up
before their door to the centre of the street,
and depositing the dirt In convenient heaps
in the centre of the street to be removed by
the carts. This Is a good move If persisted in,
and will make our streets a great deal more
sightly, as well us prevent much of the filth
from blowing into the stores upon goods.
For Pine LumWr yon cannot do better
than go to Bell & Small's, their yard is full,
tbey have all kinds and are determined not
to be undersold by anything west of the Mis
souri: The FalrUrother Brothers have now
their Job OSlce and Book Bindery in this
crty in full tlaot, and are turning out good
work. We wlh them success.
Glorious Opportunity. Not wishing to
move our Furniture to our new rooms, we
will sell our stock on hand chertpfar cash!
HANNAFORD 4 HUGHS.
Xf yon want any of that Chicago Beer "Bt
Silly's, you had better go down right "away,
as he only has a few kegs left. , '
Co ta Billy Valieau's for Chicago Boer, the
bet ever brought to this market. ; '
- 5 lly' Cn? n Cora riantcra, a few left at
o Kent. A nice cottage vvllh six rooms,
Apr'7 t- V.". T. Den. ' - ;
Tmn! i i . .. Valises In great variety at
May's I"U-gt.Iator. '
i-reet FotaJo Plants, in abundance, at
V.- kU's, .-" ' ' ' f
House for rent nt sale. Cull on J. W.
Pence Wire in abundance at Shcllcitber
St-rllroV " t. ' . '
Personals. J. S. TTTrrsEL has gone east.
W. D. Scott called c ns last Tuesday. He'll
soon farm It on a acre scale, In this
Itoif . Natiia Vla kklt, of Beatrice, called
cn us last week, on his way home from Lear
enwortli. C. W. Wheeler is In the city,
I I. R, Fkost, Agent for the Facile It. R. and
Merchants Insurance Company, of St- Joseph,
was In our city last Tuesday. He la business
till ever, rnd Is n eblA f""t . ......
Isueal Nack aiul LunUy arrived' froai
Ohio last Tuesday morning, all well and In
good spirits.) jlr- i ac9 Vci hiow give his
business Lis undivided' attention, and will
cater to the wants of the public in the best
of style at Allen's old stand.
Emigration by Boat to this city and coun
ty is equal to any season we know of. Over
forty persons got off of boats at this place
last week after our paper was out, nearly half
to remain In this city. This week quite a
number have landed here, mostly for the In
terior, Wliile 'cov'erel wagorts cress at this
point to the number bf -at lcu&t tan each. day.
Our Land Agents and Hotels are busy,
and both and all our citizens are trying to
do a clever part by all strangers.
Sale. A. P. Cogswell has sold his Great
Western Livery Stable and outfit to H. M.
Gillespie, of Nemaha City, who will carry on
the business at the sameplace. r Mi Gillespie
is a man of such eriergy and means that' he
will make himself felt as a good and progres
sive citizen, and an hphbrtqth.e community
In which he lives.
CHOICE DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES,
for sale low, by
F. E. JOHNSON A CO.
Several Rows occured In our city last
Tuesday evening, resulting In several black
eyes. The spring UghUare Just coming on.
Good LiquoirX6( ' .ittffcally concocted in
the latest style at th e AlLmbra. Also, Soda
Pop, Lemonad and all the invigorating
drinks of the season.
If yon enjoy a good game of Billiards, on
a good Table, In a place where you will be
treated like a gentleman, go to the Alhambra.
Ellbonra, Jenkins & Co- 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. Branch Yard at Phelps City, Missouri.
We manufacture our own material in the
Pineries of Gahkosh, Wls. where we' have
tn operation' one of the largest manufacturles
of everything made in Tine In the world, and
obtaining our Lumber direct from the tree,
as we dot we can sell at lower rates than 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
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 before pu rchasl n g elsewhere, as we
can ensure satisfaction in both.
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Boots and Shoes At Hetzel's. ,
"Wishing to purchase millinery goods, will
find It to their benefit to call on Mrs. T. F.
Scaton, No. 19 Main street, who has Just re
ceived the best selected stock of Millinery
Goods ever brought to Brownvllle, and is
competent 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
bought In any city. She would also inform
them that she is prepared to do dress making
in any style they wish. ;
Also agent for the great Empire Sewing
Hats at Hetzel's.
Having Purchased Mills In the Pineries
of Saginaw, Michigan, with one Million Feet
Dry Pine Lumber on hand,, it has compelled
us to procure larger grounds' for pur Lumber
Yard; therefore we have rented the loU on the
corner of .First-and Water streetswhere we
shall put one of the Largest stocks of Lumber,
Doors, JJTlnda, Ssisli, -cto- wofif'of -the Missis
sippi, and every body knows1, or shall know,
that the Saginaw . Lumber is far superior to
any other Lumber.
Call and see us before purchasing else
- (One block from River.)
BELL & SMALL,
12-tf Red Store.
Spring Goods at Hetzel's.
Champion So, 8 Improved Reaper
and Slower, and Single Mower, with Hand
Raking attachment. Dropping attachment
or Self-Raklng. This Machine can trnlly be
said to be a complete combination ; the mow
ing qualities are not impaired, by any of the
reaping attachments, and. tUo Reaping quali
ties are not Injured In adapting the machine
to cutting grass. This is the only machine
ever produced for cutting grain and grass,
which is equal to any 6ingle machine for
either purpose. The change to Reaping or
Mowing is quickly made, and in either ca
pacity the Champion No. 2 is equal in every
espect, either as a Reaper or Mower, to any1,
single machine. v
Trunks and Valises At Ietzel'S.
Good Building Stone. We axe now pre
pared to furnish good building stone, in any
quantity. Also, Step Stones, Bases for Mon
uments or Tomb Stones,' Water Tables, etc,
furnished on short notice and reasonable
terms Lorakce & Vajknkt. ,
The attention of our readers is called to
the advertisement of Coe's Dyspepsia Cure in
another part of this paper. This truly valu
able medicine is recommended by all who
use it, read the certificates. ;
Geo. Marion sells Dry Goods at reduced
prices, tie also has on hand fresh Groceries,
Queensware, and the be?t brands of 8moklng
and Chewing Tobacco's and Cigars. Give
him a calL
Sore Eyes, almost without an exception
can be cured. Near-sighted persons and all
needing glasses, should consult Dr. Klmber
lln, S3 Main street.
flXOO Dollars and Expenses t See ad
vertisement of American Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine in our advertising columns, '
The latest novelties in the dry goods line
retelved" daljy; at. Mai's -Pri HeJrilator, 27
Main street. .
For Sale. A Cottage and two of the most
desirable residence Lots In the city. Enquire
at this office. .
Organs Burdett's, from $140 to $000; Ma
son A Hamlin's, 75 to $600.
James R. Dtk, Brownvllle. j
Ton can get Chicago Beer at the Senate;
the best Beer in the United States.
30 Pe re'li cf i 'tloe'ioV'saler'tluqalre
ofStar, atM&y Regulator. v f ' ' " ;
Highest market price paid for wheat, oats,
corn, &c, by Bedford & Handley. j
Private medical aid, read Dr. Whlttler's
sa 1 '
Parasols in great variety at May's Regu
lator. Gent's Furnishing Goods At HetzU'a
Xiu t, lZ.le aui tXhicut at Red Store.--
rs'" ccrTrcic rr.ocEE'Diras.' " '
Cory cii. Chambeks, May 1L1SC3.,
rrcscii' Mayor ' Fairbrother; Aldermen
S wa n. Gran t, Robison and Tisdel ; absent, Mr,
Tho Mayor presented his bond, which was
Tin follOTvlng resolution was adopted : '
jyo!ved. That the Clerk draw an order on
the ivoad Fund for $;K)in favor of the Marshal,
to enable him to settle with the hands that
have been at work bit Atlantic street, and that
the Marshal return the items of expense In
curred on said street to ths Council at their
next meeting.- -f ?,
On motion, the Marshal was directed to put
in a box culvert acrosg tho levee,'; for the pas
sage of the water from the tunnel on Atlan
tic street, and that the same be constructed in
the most economical manner, and that the
Marshal report the expense of the same to
the Council at their next meeting.
The following was introduced:
"Be U ordained 6y the Ctf.v Cwmcil of the City
of Broumvdle, That eectlon two oi an orui
nance entitled 'An Ordinance for licensing
and regulating omnibusses, hacks, carriages,
&x,' be amended as follows : That the word
'five' which occurs in said section before the
word 'dollars,' be stricken out, aud the word
ten' he inserted. -Adopted.
On motion the City Clerk was directed to
draw an order on Road fund for $10, and ex
pend the same for kn oil-can, oil, and paper,
forthe nse of City Council. -rThe
following resolution was adopted;
Resolved, That the City Clerk have notice
given in the Nebraska Advertiser, .that the
Clfy, Council will set on Monday, evening
next as a Board of Equalization for the city
of Brownvllle, on the assessment for taxes of
the year 1S&, and that he cause -notices to be
posted in the city, and that the Clerk produce
the assessment list, and be present in person.
Adjourned," ' ., '
. t -i jc. McNapghtox, Clerk.
"Lives there a man with soul so dead,
Who never to himself hath said
I love my own, my hatlve land,"
And will by Marsh's News House stand?
Same place where any books in the land
can and will be purchased at publisher's
prices, and the very best of stationery at low
er prices than ever struck this upper country,
TFods into Marsh's, it isn't deep.
- Great are the benefits that flow
; From trading with McFall & Co.
All that may come we can assure
Great Is their stock of Furniture;
. All good and true, well made, and fair, ,
From Wardrobe down to Kitchen Chair.
No glued-up, patched-up, mongrel truck, !
That will cause you to d ri your luck
- For sudden breakage. -
- rrour money; too, will last much longer, ' j
Your Furniture will be much stronger; ;
Joy will crown your married life j
With pretty babies and happy wlf&
j Your credit will be above par, : -. .
And nothing can your prospects mar.
Ail these, and still more blessings flow,,
From trading with McFall & Co.. ....
r l STATE SALE
LOTS AND LANDS
CAPITAL OF NEBRASKA!
THE UNDERSIGNED COilMIS
A SIONERS, Appointed by an act of the
Legislature or the state or jsebraska, entitled "An
Act to provide for the sale of the Unsold Lota and
Blocks on the town site of Lincoln, and for the Loca
tion and Krection of a State University, and Agrl
culuiml College, and state Lunatic Asylum, ap-
nrniiiiil 1". J ,Q " will c t
Is IN CO I II,
The CAPITAL of the State of Nebraska, '
On the Third of June, A.D. 1869
Commencing at 10 ocloclc A.M.
Offer at public sale the Unsold lots and blocks in the
town or Lincoln. taia property consists or the oua
numbered blocks, the even numbers having been
sold heretofiTre by the State and now lareely occu
pied oy buildings, ine verms ot sale win Lie i.usn,
and for not less than the appraised value. Said ap
praisment to be made by the Commissioners.
- 40,000 ACRES OF
STATE LANDS !
We will nt tfc e same time and upon the same terms
offer at PubLic Auction nearly 40.0UO acres of line
Agricultural Lands belonging to the btate, lying
from one to ten miles from lJucoln. - .
We would add tliRt Linojli has now a population
of twelve hundred inhabitants, and is rapidly stow
ins; into both political and commercial importance.
The Capitol Buiidin Is now completed, and the ses
sion of the Lefrisliaure Just, closed was held In it,
The action of said Legislature so far as it related to
future interests of this place was as favorable as the
most ardent of its friends could ask,
A general railroad law was passed under which
some five or six railroad companies centering hers
proposed to avail themselves of State aid and pusli
their roads to completion at an early day, while at
least three confidently expect to be here Within one
year from this date.
This would seem to Justify us in saving that Lin
coln.at nodistaniday, will be the "Indianapolis" of
Nebraska, and the greatest Kailroad center west of
This, taken in connection with the fact that alt the
public buildtntrs are located here, and Uiat within one
and a half miles from town there Is, perhaps, the
richest saline springs in the world, nowln course of
development, Kive assurance that it will be no ordi
nary chance for investment. Those who invested
at former State sales have been uble to realize from
oneto fivehundred MrcpnL advance
Witness our hands this 2-fd dy of February. ISO.
THOS. P. KKSNAKD,
- Secy, of State.
23-12 ' btate Auditor.
A "REGULAR GRADUATE OF
iX MEDICINE, as diploma at Office will
show, has been longer engaged in the treatment
of Visireal. Sexual and Private Diseas
es than any other physician In St. Louis.
Syphilis, Gonorrhai, Gleet, Stricture, Orchlttty.
Hernia, and Kupture; all urinary Diseases and
Svphllitic o Mercurial Atllictions of Throat,
Skin er Bones, are treated with unparallelied
Spermatorrhea, sexual Debblllty and Imp-
lency, as ine renuu or sett AO use in youtn, sexu
al excess In mat ure r years, or other caues, and
which produce some of the following etl'ects, as
Nocturnal Emissions, blotches, debility, dizzi
ness, dimness of sight, confusion of ideas, evil
forebodings, aversion to society of females, loss
of memory and sexual pewer, and rendering
marriage improper, are permanently cured.
The Doctor's opportunities in hospital and
private practice are unsurpassed In St. Louis or
any other city. Back tiles of St. Louis papers
prove that he hns been located here longer than
any other so advertising. The establishment,
library, laboratory and appointments, are un
rivalled In the west, unsurpassed anywhere.
Age, with experience, can be relied upon, and
the doctor can refer to many physicians th rough
out the country. In pa.st success and present
position be stands without a competitors
Te YVri?in-s of a Pfay ! wk-ert
iMion is i,niw-ii,tr nullum
be worth read ins:
Doctor Whitti-ek publishes a Medical Pamph
let relating to venereal diseases and the disas
trous and varied consequence of self-abuse that
will be sent to any address in a sealed envelope
for two stamps. Many physicians introduce pa
tients to the doctor Oer reading his medical
pamphlet. - Communications confidential. A
friendly talk will cost you nothing, office cen
tral, yet retired No. 617 St. Charles street, St.
Louis, Mo. Hours 8a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays 12
to p.m. aj-jr
Having Just opened, at No. 54 TVCaln street, Brown
Stork of Millinery Jonds, we would call public at
tention to the fact that every good
mav.at reasonable prlees, proenre.for his "brtter
half." all she may WaJi in our liaeof which every
article is- -
be No. t, and made np in the best of style, and that
EvjirjY .rcinra xadit
may'bcreflrtd J''st Vfial she wishes in the tray of
Hais,Trimruiiigs, Faitcrns, etc Everyone
, TTTIO . TH AD A TII, :
hs may rest assured thatwewiir spare no nalnstcrl
iae mufti iu u uui u w uirua scbIL -
jihs. jr. ii. beau.
COE'S cough uas.sa:2.
coe's corcn n.ir.sAri.
A SURE REMEDY FOR
Colds Cou!i. Crocp, laCucn
AND WILL RELIEVE
For years It baa been a hotwhold med!c!i! and
mothers, anxious for the safety of tiieir children,
and all who suffer from any disease of the throat,
chest and lunps, cannot aflord to be without it. In
addition to the ordinary four ounce so long In the
market, we now furnish our mammoth family size
bottles, which will, in common with the other size,
be found at all Drug Stores.
v: For'Croup, wm.
The Balsam will be found invaluable, and may al
ways be relied upon ha the most extreme cases.
T7ii0opinsr Couch. "
The testimony of all who have wed it for this ter
rible disease during the last ten years, is, that it In
variably relieves and cures it.
"Sorb Throat. ....
Keep your tbroat wet with the Balsam taking
little aud often and you will very soou iimi relief.
Hard Colds and Coughs
Yield at ones to a steady use of this great remedy.
It will succeed in giving relief where all other rem
otes havs failed. .'..
Soreness of the Throat, Chest
Bo not delay procuring and Immediately" taking
Coe's Cough lialxam, when troubled with any of the
above named ditliculties. They are all premonitorv
(yniptoms-of Consumption, and If not arrested, will
sooner or later sweep you awav into the valley of
shadows from which none can ever ret ore.
, In Consumption, . .
Many a care-worn sufferer has found relief and to
day rejoices that her life has been made easy aud
prolonged by the use of Coe's Cough Balsam.
Among the Many Testimonials In ear
Possession, we h st only room- -t
for the following!
'- New Haven, Conn, Oct 17, ISSo.
Messrs. C O. CXaktc A Co.:
Okstlme!,-I feel it a duty and pleasure to give
you the benefit of my experience in the use of Coe's
Cough Balsam. x From taking a heavy cold, I was
taken down with the congestion of the lungit, and
conUnued to fail, under the best carenutil'I was
given up by the most competent medical authority,
to die. There seemed nothing but strangulation ana
death before me. I was told that further medical at
tendance and medicine was useless, and I was re
signed to death, when a friend, who had been greatly
benefitted by using the Balsom, brought me a bottle.
This was after I had done with the doctor and medi
cine, and I continued to Improve, until my cough
stopped, and my lungs healed, and got well. I used
ten bottlea. I remain, gents, with great respect. .
Your ob't serv't, .. JOuJS' WLLL3, -
. . - , .-. 2UU Washington SU, New Haven, Ct,
The people know the article; and it needs no com
ment from us. It is for sale by every Lruggist and
Dealers in Medicines in the United States.
THE C G. CLAIlli. CO
Sole Proprietors, New Haven, Ct.
READ! READ!! READ!!!
THE ATTENTION OF THE PURLIC
IS CALLED TO THE
, .WORLD'S GREAT REMEDY
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CUaE.
T,ti nrenarntlon la nronounced bv DvsDeptics as
the onlv known remedy that will sureiy cure thai
aggravating and fatal malady. For years It swept
on its fearful tide, carrying before it to an untimely
grave, its minions ot suuerers.
Coe's Dyspepsia Cure ha come
to the Rescue. .
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Sourness
or Acidity of Stomach, Jtising of Food,
FitiUutertzff, Lassitude, Wea-
ting in Death.
Are as suWty itfured by this potent remedy, as the
patient takes it. Although but five years before the
people, what is the verdict of the masses T Hear
what Lester Sexton, of Milwaukee, says :
From Lester Sexton, of Milwaukee.
. J- 2frLWAVKSc,Jan.S4,136S.
Messrs. Ct O. Clark dt Co.: .
Both myself and wife have used Coe's Dyspepsia
Cure, and it has proved perfectly satisfactory as a
remedy. I have no hesitation in saying that we have
received great bene tit from its use.
(Signed) LESTER SEXTON.
A Great Blessing.
From Rev. L. F. Ward, Avon, Lorain Co., O.
Messrs. Strong d Armstrong,
Druggists, Cleveland: ;
Gfxtzjcmiem It gives me great pleasure to state
that my wife has derived great benefit from the use
of Coe's Dyspepsia Cure. She has been for a number
of years greatly troubled with Dyspepsiu, accompa
nied with violent paroxysms of constipation, which
so prostrated ber that she was all the while, for
months, unable to do anything. She took, at your
instance, Coes Dvpepia Cure, and baa derived
tiBMT BKNEFlT FKDM IT, and is now compar
atively well. She regards this medicine as a great
blessing. Truly yours, .
The Itev. Isaac Aikk-t, of AKechany, tpstlfles
that it has cured him, after ail other remedies had
Any druggist in the country Qt tell yon. If yon
take the trouble to enquire, that every one that buys
a bottle cf Cue's Dy-speiwiA Cure from them, soeks
in the most unquaiiued pratae of its great medicinal
virtues. .. ..
J r Cae's DjKpcjsIa Cnrc . '
Will also be P-nnd InvaluaMe in aTl camw of Diarrhea
Dyintery, Colic, SiimnnrCmn plaints, Cririni?,aud
In fact every disordered condition of i'jestmoli..
sold by Druggiftt in citv or country every wiiure.
at t1 per bouie, or by application to , . - : j.
SHE C O. CLAIlli CO.,
13-tl-od Bole rropriclora, New Haven, Ct,
i I 111
lii-Kt St., OpoavivIIIo, IVcIiraHkn.
mm -a. -
' !-.:..-.- t I.
' A l'ERFECT SEEF-RAKER! r
V C A ? . v .
AKD A PERFECT
' ; ALL COMBINED
' " J. I. CASE
ri - m
WHITEWATER AND BAIN. WAGONS.
r " j -ji
THE BEST 1TAGOAS MADE !
WE . SELL ALL THE
MARSH HARVESTER, DODGE & STEPIIE.SO JOIIXSO,
HIRRY, JOII. H. MASSY,
SAMPLES 'ON HAND OP
Come and see ns, and we guarantee to suit you in GOODS and PRICES ! We buy our ma
chinery by the car load, thus saving freight. A full supply of all kiucU of Farm Machinery
in their season.
' T. A. Tisdel; Jr., & Co.,
. FIRST &T. f BET. MAIX & A TLA X TIC, BUO Wy VILLI!.
, . .. ' ST. JOSEPH, BIO.
1 IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Ira Steel ai w Mkm,
Wagon, Carriage and Plow Woodworks. ' -AGR
Springs, Axes, Axels, Shovels, Spades, Files, Rasp, Chains, Carriage and
Tire Bolts, Nutts and Washers, Nails, Horse Nails, Horse and Mule Shoes,
Saws, etc. Castings and Hollow-Ayjire, Sugar Kettles And
irons, Skillets and Lids, Stew pots, Bake ovens. Fruit kettle and Sad Irons.
BLACKSMITH'S TOOES, Anvils,
Hand Hammers, Vices, Pincers, Rasps, Farriers' Knives, Tuyre Iron, c.
OUTFITING GOODS. Ox Yokes Axle Grease, Ox chains. Watron Jacks.
Ox Shoe nails, Shovels and Picks, Gold
stuff. 1,000 celebrated 3Xolino Plows. . "
gle Mowers, Tinvented?y
Kallers Horse Corn Planters, Sulky Corn Cultivators, Hand Corn Shellers
Hay Rakes, etc, etc. Falrbank'g Standard Scales. '
Buying my goods direet from
Inducements to Wholesale Buyers at
James A. Jackson & Co.,
W H O L E S A LE '
STAPLE AIIO FANCY GRQCEfES
No. lOT North 2nd St., ST. LOUIS, MO. :
Consignments of Country Produce solitited.
From our experience in this branch of busi4
ness, and by giving it our personal attentkn,
we feel confident, we can make it .to the in
terest of patties, to give us their . shipments.
Union Yvoji&ty sad IlacMne Shop.
BtHiisideJ.Cro-tlier h Ecgers;
Cor. 8th and Messanle Sts., St, Joseph, Mo.
Steam Engiriss MaieSfi Repaired
; IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
IliU 7orIi3 of aU Hinds.
Iran Fronts made tr order on short no
tlc and satisfactory to all parties. -
ALso p.Erent for Gardiner & Rooertson's Im
proved Patent Governor. 4 S-ly
H f n 4 r
t y . t y
r y v i r
a i fr i i -.
TO TnE WO RKIKG CLASS.
J. I am now prepunl to furnish all elasses
with eon-tMnt employment at their twmes, the
wwiw oi mr i;me, or iiT ine Tpare moments. lio
si news new, lisht and profitable. Fifty cents t .
per eveninif. is- ea!y earned by penoni'bf either
sex, and um bovs and'irls cam'm.i.rlv hh rrm-u ss
mert. tireat ir snuceiTrei.ts are itVre-l t 'hose who wi I
devote their whole timeto the hu;n-is: nrt it ut
every person who sees this notice w a vwi 1 ntethetr
aadrssand lest the h-ii-je forllx-iiwivuis. I niak'!
Uie following anparnlle.iert o:r.'rt Tonil haret.t
well satistie.1 wita tba hwunesa, I ill sen 1 l xr pay
for the trottble of writu m. yxi vfiri rv.Un, r)i
rections, &c, sent free, sac'r.ie writ rv mail for
Id rts. - - . Addivti k. - A 1 i . K.V
' - - AnzMsJA. fe.
TOB WORKreatlV and Plainly
tl ; EiccutetLat ticAdyertiscr Job Rooms.
T 1 J - 1 1
:i ... k
,4 . O
a ' '' :
IN ONE. : ,
FOLLOWING MACHINES :
CIJUGA CHIEF, IILCIk LIE,
ALL MACHINES WE SELL.
Stocks and Dies, Bell
ellows. Sledare and
Pans, etc. Hubs, Spokes and Bent-
manufacturers I offer great
CoiUtallc's Iron and Steel Warehouse I
St. Joseph, Mo.
UNDERHILL & EATON,
So. 2 City Buildings, ' St. Louis, 31
Second National Bank Jst. Louis, Mo.
Allen, Copp & Nlstiet, St. LouU.Mo.
Branch State Hr.nk of Iowa Debnque
Johnston A Dacmi, bankers Ft. Madison, la.
Isaa; Scarrit ('o., lton. III.
P.lairA Atwood, Alton. III.
W. II. DOCOLAS
PINGER &, IDOXTGrlVfeJ,
Wholesale Dealers In
dtc tc No. 7, Fourth street,
ST. JOSEPH. MO. 4oly
J. A, USER.
T. R. KETjrrJLDS.
PIXE R&. REYAO lA$yProprietors
Eight street, two blocks from R. R; Depot,
. ST. JOSEPH, MO. " 4olv
W. M. WYETH &
Wholesale Dealer In
Harness, Skirling and all kind, cf '
SADDLES, lilt IDLES, de.
8AgenUMaT Circular Saws and
Xo.-, oonth Third, bet. Felix A Edmond m
' ST. JOSEPH ,MQ. 4oly
11 fi I
If Ul 111
CORKER eihandST. CHARLES Sts.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
. Also Dealer ia
PLASTER, WHITE SAND. FIRE BRICK,
d.i, JtcM Ac. ll-tily
' At the ?t of Hie.
ri.fjr. L' Lz.ii I
" U the ; ;.i e to buy - " , . '
Ke-p constantly on hnI a ctniiilc?- ayrt
Softs, Bsadtlfads, Y'ardrof'i, ;
EureausK Jfji in -r t'. "tri,
it jj i st a nm,
... - . iUit Rat if,
, ; Tall- .
M ' Center
What Ao, -
Parlor . .
Lounge. -; . ' ;r ;t.
Sen res, W ) 6 winy
Hit then . . Lrl.
Plat , , . Chiirt.
Stands. . ' Contfarttt
, Bed Springs, Chi'.drtr.'t Cai'ani Uijt,
Oilt and Rjvood
. Sheets.. VUlovt, PlUtva
.. r . Si'-is, He., etc
SHOTT" CASES & OFFICE tTOSS
IIADS TO OIlDZrL! .
And anything aiul everythlncr reinIreltose
up plain or fancy houeHe t in?
All of their war Is either manufactured ot
pntupuuIer their special supertntenilenee
which enables them to sell soutui articles ai
smaller prices than E.vs'.ri nuvniil'actunxi
: Oiir Hearso
Is at the i service cf the public at any time It
may be needed, and is gotten up Inas ilaestyls
as any farther east.
Hetalic Burial Case
. of all sizes constantly on hand, ,
V.t EnHterii Prieeflt
. We ar'edoin? btnines on -
STRICTLY CASH PIUNCrPLTj t
AT A ..
and by attention to business andthe wsinUs4
the community, expect tn the fut-uras in th
lxt to receive the patronase of tiu pu"t.ia
generally. ' IIcrALl. i CO. '
Is the only perfected nn4
preparation cf iu laal
ever olTcTCtl to tfic public
and has no competitor
in merit. By it3 uso
GILY nAIi: U e'ooa
restored to its oriaal
youthfal color and. bril
liancy, which ii so much
admired by all. "Persoru
whose hair is thin or faille z
'out will,'by the nse of our
'BOTES Renower,soon see it3 good
TTri elK-'Cts, as, by its tonic ana
n (:1LTT. stimulating properties tho
GROW'lfl' hair elands will be incited
and tLe'bair ctot taick
land strong cain. Incases
Af 7? 7,7 rr11 wit
trLLiliJilJ ja new growth unless tha
DRES3Et(jJfollicIc3 ars destroyed. It
is cooling, and a!3ay3 aJ
itchicGc and irritation' of
the scalp. It does not staia
the skia as- do dyes, bat
makes the scalp wliite and
clean. As a DRESSING
" it is the best and racst
economical preparation ia
the world, as it3 efToci3
last so much longer. Send
fnr Mir Trr-nttqA nn tha
LOCKS l.hair, fi-es to all, by mail.
Sold dj ill Drjjjisls and Eealarf in Uiilclna,
cook. cobunn u co- ,
Geal Agents for Uorth'TTestera State?,
87 IZHLZCHS CZ1Z1Z 0, HL.
Sold by' '
McCREERY & AICIiEEE,
CITY DRUG STORR. -
For restoring Gray Hair lo
its tialliral Vitality and Ccbr. 3
A dressing which
13 at once agrccalilc, .
healtliy, and cfTccfjal
for prepcrrirg tho 3
hair. Faded cr gray
hair is soon restored
to its original color ?
trith the tfosi and
frailness of. youth.
Thin hair U thick
ened," falling hair checked, ncd Lal3
neaa often, though not alway3, c"etl
by it3 use. Nothing 'caaf'reste
hair where the follicles are Ctroyed, 3
or the" gland3 atrophied vd decayed,,
But such a3 remain ca"x be saved for
U3efu!aes3 by tLi' apdicolioa Iaolcad
of fouling the hair -wiila a pasty sedi
ment, it wu fceejiit cliaa sad viroroas.
113 occasional uso wul prefect t!;& ca:r
froaa turning, gray or filliag ciT,' and s
ccn3equeUy prevor:t balJuesi, . Freo
from, tLosd doleterioua substaaccs trhich
nvike some pxeparatioa3 d.E?ercii3 and
iajurioua to the hair, tho Vigor caa
only benefit but not Lam it. If wasted
j merely for a .
nothing else can bo found so desirable.
Containing neither cil nor dye, it does
not sod whits cambric, aad yet lals
long oa the hair, giving it a rith tftbsy
lustre and a grateful perfume.
- ?repzred by Dr. J. C. Aycr L. Co.,
Fkactical and Analytical Cui:;:iT5,
- . rmcj-i $i.ca.
CITV DHUO STORK,
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