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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1869)
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. It DAVIS, Itertor.
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f. &i X. 3L-XrituUa Valley Ux5re Xiv 4, A.
ZJ, nmh.m MP diK'k ..m.. at tbelr Hall in tlie
wi-tiiM'ver liriok. n Main Mwt.
1 Til t-.ii'1'K UnKliT are Invited.
UXL " Ja.M. Hack fb, Secy.
jC? IrrtvaY am! Dcpnrrt af tac """Iall.
kKHillK-rn Rtcrnnrrives at 12 ni.; detarta at
,;N,''rtterii nd Kastern arrives aHp.m.; depart
"lioMalt mi a p. f 4K at 7 a. m.
Ivru Mull arrivw. at IU m.: depart at 2 p. ni.
UMitrtre Mail arrives Monday. Wetliiesdiitu anrt
r v at p. Ui 'lru Tueala-, Thursday and
uinrila nt 7 a. m ' '
,;riiit'Jlall arrive Fridays at p. m.; departs
i. JTnfflre H-im from 7 ft. to 7', p. m. Snn
J; trMHa , m if W-A. n UAH. K, V. M.
- tf TMr7r. Jr al B. It. IU : :
OnandafieT MayS. 1 Train will leave ItHJ.
NaiHu lvHo: .
. ...- ' kmx xorth. ewvivo aor-tit.
BVall tralwa t f rttfft SaiMUy. . - '
iWlvriceiH Monrtjiy.- ..;- ' . . .
uy eiit saturdwy.
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J, jL Coliapp, Editor.
jj,n- Odd, Fellow Pice ting.
Th Mni" n(1 'M,, 'llowR ' tli,s vlcinl
ViuesUd U mec; lu joint c onvcntiou
ilti3lainc IUkmim is lirvwuvill?, tn fcat
urdy eveninK. J"n0 20111 lllst- nt 8 Ollock.
to make tifsPI'r vh-bU'Jg the
trenl ot Wing tleVorlr Stone 6f their
malla Valley Lo!c No.-J. A. V. A A. M.
Oko. WCJiHJitoTiint, N. (1.,
Ilrownvi'.lo Ixxlge No, 5, 1. O. of O. F.
Tbpuillc Scliools of Nemaha county will
nil In, crU'bratiryr UeNaUonnl Ajinlver-
wryii baUffdayJnlypJ.t 1! all's irove,
tni7 Tree It.- Arrangenwots Hare lcen
mi tr a' taoRet dinner, nnl Vnch Vrter
Ulnnreul andrxwNe Jis will Ixi'npproprl
t e Uie ociaa jh. All are-Invited to i.r
slfSpHts. -I ItxT Teach eks. ;
e llata-ai II rUU s. , ,
OtMf4 Cft Atswau fc Dro. s
liaf jy ATMjhu Uauer halt Just received a
iari-f of pfeTvliig Trult-4 wan &
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TImMm Oil of all kind ut tc-reery &
JskAfU'S a i '. .- .-
t, . , . i nr .-- -
DrWs? rt;A.,anTS(wodiIai!S nsh.-.nt
gwao A Iiraa.
rriitt Wlri In Abundance at .SlK-llecber-j
rV. 1..I I . .. w.' !
; -'Xlis P.O.Htwi IVpot myn come down.
5 with your price. ......
. . r i- ri
All TalBa of ruderwear an liable to the
rrlrate mellcnl aid. read I r. WTilt tier's
s Wlnta, Oils anil Glass at St. Joe
at Mrfriry Nick ell's.
tTfc t)Hti(fit tric---irs .f , j c- -
rautly keptbi iuk jAmitikrX '
Ilbeirt kel price paid f.r rhPat,-utts,
fitrn,'Acly liedord & Handle,
Wall Paper, Window Shades nnd School
Botks verj low, at MdVcvry & Nit;! !!'?.
Ire Cream and Soda. The most dellht
Tow -erer -tasf el, at RosclPs ttnek Horn
linker: we knbw, because we've tried It.
k,t , Call attbe P.O. Xcvr Depot
tor Hir lluoka, Iioncnl or papers. li-
M'e are under 11 lutlons toCaptal
f the Jujy numer of Arthur's Home Mag-
Sew House. llob't Shurts Is h.irlnz a
nai rwl4enee ererted m Middle Rm-wrr--fl Ie.
Tlie location is a lx-antlful one.
lot of genuine Cltaintier of Com
tyTre, HrllLlaut, Jewell and Royal Comfort
tJiJ JsJ yeowU-CAl 4it Swan & Bro.'s.
f ' n 0 t.1 ' 0 y
ast itooMsnco-We notice that work
tnon areercfln Wt D. Blackburn's new res
wear at the West end of College street. It
tuakna a gnttdt ItppcaTiWcc.'
Patf H hn ifo larg904ocJc f JeweJry ev
er rrifml- ce IiOUPe tn n rrty the size of
"r. He gets new goods almost daily. Go
WfclfceeWm. , ' -
a. in , i i . . . n " .
Wtcsleton lsttlllrithe corner 1 nnd
M Jnrt rtvclved a full stock of Saddles, etc.,
d, as heretofore, Is ready to wait upon his
numerous customers with as good work and
t as low prices as can bcliad anywhere.
LoaU A Oentictaaa's Shawl a few miles
""est of Brfwnvllle, on the TeeiimKeh road.
Tbe aiistrl has iU owner's name marked oti
It. Any one returning It to this office will be
hberalijr rewarded. ' .., ... , . .
"d's Ladj's Dook-Tliis magazine for
Jalykoa oar Ubte.' It Is (he prldo of r
American women, a household Jewel, the
dressmaker's gnldq apd J he ltty'a compan
ion. Clar.Ikre, .-r bad, leu Trim raers Feed
and'Ttoai'rlmB Wnt.loutsldP ;"tut litttfle It is
traIt;htforwartl dealing with loth man and
e Io and try-jTC that have bcasteses to
i --vr -
'ffi wsa'jgst to. Hank A Artnitaae's wlth-
ort fndlng almost all kinds of country pro-
1jt w h ieh t hey pay the farmer t be h lgh
"rket price, and sell at the lowest pos
sible price to make a living profit.
;4.t UiU ikr.a-MU-etandari and
Elht Literature- Ladle's and Gent's Majga-
laes News, Illustrated and Literary papers
-Stationery, etc, for the million, always
fresh and cheap at the P. O. News Depo&r "
- -Co.no rwrm Attention I "
f. C Deuae-r Is exclusive agent for Ncnialia
bounty for Cook's Evaporator and the Victo
ry Cane Mills. All those wanting the above
tll please leave their orders as soon as pos
sible. - - . . 57-3t
NtraaUe Homo Industry All kinds
K Marbls work can be had at Neldhardt'a
TlvUAlilils l?&&r lhan It
ean be had elsewliere. None but the best ma
""iml used.! j" -.j -t i
Tantnlenow being built by the A. Ti
A. W. and I. O. of O. F. of this ctty win
y. tat hi tlie most substantial buildings In
oi4er Nebraska, Its foundation Is being
j1' P and m&sfjve, audits superstrnctnro
credit to Its noble builders.
f ftmons" those-that teileve the legal
vT'.'W this city have gained by the lo
yVrc of Frcuh &. Rogers Attorneys and
Ti,Ul,r at Iaw. They are young men, Ue-
i . kj".its. Aiiey mny oc lounn
'"H lM..I...4. VI r .
. ' ural n
obj west side of Court House
tum,Vr. "omeopathlst, tia Jarf re-
eaW iMl'U'i tuaT aadprroanenUylo-
L thle city.
lMidf.v "CHtBniiiciaieof tnevc-
The ' morougu lu bis profession.
In. n. -""'I'ainic system Is
"S tround ln .
.nathlc system r
"" '"l the rir tn l w eaa reco.aw
t, , ?' ow fHy Rhle demonstrating
Tlt) PIaoulc Celebration at Omaha to
day will be largely attended from this place,
about thirty members of the Lodge In this
city will be present, beside tlie Metropolitan
Band of this city will be there. It will be one
of pip nTairs oft5c kltfd th'jj State
has ever witnessed.
We lfttfcf edlior tf the DenwarU week
before last in the delightful position of the
boy that had discovered a "mare's nest," and
crylng-rar," charging that we favored some
patrons, stating that his published rates were
the same as ours, white he had piiblUhetl none!
Dr., when you have Incubated that nest full
let us know Uie product!,; "
John IIciMleraon Is certainly one of tlie
most obliging and accommodating clerks
among tlie many In our cjty. "Wehavcdealt
with him for lo! these many years, and have
LadoccaMon o often to notice his style, that
we cannot refrain from paying, In liim tlie
people have a sincere friend and a true man
to deal with. :-.: . '1
Bridges on Honey Creek AVaslied Out.
We learn from I'nele Jewe Uains that about
all the Bridges on Iloney; Creek were washed
out last Saturday night. Our merchants arc
derply Interested In : this trade; and should
see that they are restored at as early a day as
possible. The one at the mouth of lite Creek
Is Jn this Precinct, and our Supervisor should
"see to Its repair immediately, " '
. Xnrixx the storm last Saturday-night the
light ning si ruck the residence of ' W; W.
Hackney in this city, tearlDg up a few shin
gles, splintering several rafters and knocking
off some brif k off of tbe chlmbney. No one
hurt It was a narrow escape, however. B. B.
Thompson, whoivas carrying around milk at
the time, and was within, twenty feet of tlie
house at tbe time It struck, was so affected by
the lighlnlng that he had to return home
without going the round.
We are pleased to note the satisfaction
with which our Merchants have received our
first effort at getting up a Card Directory of
tlie business of this elty.. It Is not exactly all
we could have desired it, yet shows fair along
side of those of larger poiuts. They arc being
scattered far and war, and cannot fall of be 1
lug a grrsit.beneflt in advartislng the, town.
"'e solicit their eontlnue'l aid In circulating
tnem. i-iz jt ..a tj-.i: t
J. s. Cnnrch hai Vne to" f hf Klrksvllle
Railroad Omve.ition, andT. C. Hacker to tlie
Mamk -Ct:.-bar .ITfltJTr.h both of
which come pfl to-day. This leaws ye hcal
entirely, alone to support the vast responsl-
manage to spare llmCXO receipt toour friends
for small Kuma. due the firm, but ourtime Is
too tUaltd,to attend to nny matfr where
mwwey j to 1 pUd out We're awJTol busy,
The Hunt of most any wild animal oecn
slmiM great delight to the human family, and
a better exhibition of tMs we nevor aw than
that of about fifty smnll school children after
a weawl on Colli?e street last Wednesday.
All Inwsing the j-b and alwut one half run
lngCterthewazl while theother was all ex
citemeift tiget out of its way. This running
toaml fro laftod alKHit half an liour lftre
tjbe wearel juainied to the prowess of young
America and a big dog,
The Clrens which exhibited here
Thursday was certainly as lame an affair. as
our citizens ever had the honor of being bored,
with. The Pavilion, the dresses, the jokes,
the horVes. tL Vi-jEors and"nc.tln"g wer2 as old
and worn out as It could possibly be and hajpj
together. They went from here to fool the
pue-tle ti Ttumchf Btrica,:Tawnee City
a tid. other inland jm Jnts. " n " " " ' " j
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There will be a celebration of the M. FJ3.1
S. on the 3d of July, at some pleasant gryve
not tTrthrrttvj-ri one.mtje from llrownvllle.
It Is to be one of those pleasant Basket Cele
brations which are so greatly enjoyed by all.
Tlie Civil Bend and North Star Sabbath
Schools arc to participate. There Is a general
invitation . There will beone speaker of the
day, and others are expected to speak. Ar
ran pem en ts will noon be completed; grore
s-!(-. i T" I prepared, and everything neees
1 'y to ! , i pU-iisant and happy time. -
i ' '- ! -(i i . - ii l.l..f'wsmith
and Vi,;:;. . ': p; in f . t ; ...r., and cm
turn out as g-Kl a wa'hi f.jt- lew ia-
want anted, than any-r.if tern wngon can te
had for. He has in charge of the Blaeksmlt !i
department Robert Woods, one of the best
workmen in Iron in this country. He Is a
s)lendll meejianieja every department of
Uis trade.'iiiid Mrllc'nier's No.,1 wagons
ikve gainel adJiMonal good reputation since
Mr. Woods does the Ironing. With such a
thororh mechanic and gentleman to assist
him, Mr. ITeimer must surely prosper.
Tho I ujvftcr Tim of ouf Illi School
t.'tvr. nex l ri-iuy. A cloving exaaiinafion
of the Primary departmetits will be held on
Tliarwlay afternoon ; and of the intermediate.
Grammar and High School, Friday. Tlie
frl-nds of the tabool ami Its patrons' are al
ways welcome, and shmild make It a point to
Tlstt and see for themselves the manner of
the teachers and Judge of the progress f Uve
scholars, as slrowh by the closing day. Snch
a recognition of their labors is due our teach
ers who, we Know, have laliored faithfully to
advance and Instruct their charge.
The Storm last Saturday night was cer
tainly the heaviest in the fall of rain of any
we have had here -for many ye.trs. Vater
fell In torrent for hours, do! ng a great deal of
damnge. In thiscfty Atlnntlc street bet ween
3d and 4th wo s washed through; the sluice
mndo to carry fftheater it the foot of At-lamie-
strertwas woshel out nnd a great
gulch washed In the levee. Culverts loosened
by previous rains weu waslird fV'; ffam
the country wo lenrn that t!ie Hannaford
Culvert alout four miles west of this etty.was
wtchcl out. It was a rain long to b Sf m
bered, and which will be, for it wlll 4roson
siaerable to rvpair Its damages. 5 i
V -. ' ft
ThcCpmitiltaloiniraCourt wnsln session
last Monday with a full Board to hear and act
upon railroad matters. We cannot forego
this opportunity pt -commendtng thelf rv
Jn-!L2! SlS - t
desired ,to be left out on tbe vote. The law
they quoted In support of tbelr demand was
carefuiiy examined, and our best lawyer de
cided It against them. We understand that
the delegation to present theso'remonstran
ces were fully satisfied lx-fore they left' We
are pjeased at this, and anticipate an over
whelming majority forlie- Bonds. Iet all
' ! ; ;
If e-nr and Valnable JonrnalsA-We are
this week In receipt of two new Journals de
voted to the Industrial progress, of the coun
try ; rAeJlaHnortMrerowd linildar, published
by Western A Co.", 37 Puk 'RoNew York;
and the Inventor and Munnfaetvrcr Jovrpali
by C. A. Scott & Co., Cinolnnatt Ohio The
former Is the largest publication of the"klnd
la the United States, and from this number
we Judge will be ab!y:"vndled. It Is a month
ly at $1,50 rx-r annum. The latter Is also
monthly ot 5VU3 per annum. Both of these
publications merit the patronage of Manufac
turers and Mechanics everywhere, and their
few- price brings them wtthln the reach of alt
No Mechanic can tike such a paper as the
Manufacturer and Builder and read It for one
year without being benefited an hundred fold
more than Its cost -
Personal. Last Tue6dayvOur sanctum
icos visited by IL A. Rood, late editor of the
.DodV County CUiicn,' published at Beaver
Dam, Wis. He Is on a, visit to relatives In
this section, and came wltbrscvoral others to
look np a lotrrtlon, which we hope he will
find to suit hi. He reports many coming
this way from Wisconsin.
Judge Reavls and Cfch MayTf.Falls City,
called on us yasterdoy. They tpeaicln glow
ing terms ofHhe prospects of Rlchardron
county. The Judge's appointment 1 a good
one, and will reflect credit on the appointing
-"Dr. rresson, of the Tccunuteh Gazette, called
on us yesterday, looking hale and prosperous.
Ho was boundor the Omaha Celebration.
Be It nnderstood, that I will not be uq'-
dersold. So down with prices at once. "Let
us have IViwr."
t , s A; MARSH.
' v ' - -
Champion Tio, a Improved. Reaper
and JEkorrer, and fclngle Mowef. with Hand-
Raking attachment, Dropping attachment
or Self-Raking. This Machine can trully be
said to be a complete combination ; the mow
ing qualities are not Impaired by any of the
reaping atuiciimenis, and Che reaping cn&U
ties are not Injured n adapting the machine
to cutting grass. This Is the nl- machine
ever produced for cutting grain and grass,
which Is equal to any: eingls machine for
either purpose, Tlie change to Reaping or
Mowing Is quickly made, and In either ca
pacity tlie Champion No. 2 Is equal In every
cspect, either as a Reaper or Mower, to any
single machine. ' '
We rcspoctfully refer to the following per
sons who have this machine and have used
it during the past season:
Joseph Suitor, Vohney 8. Whlttmore, Beat
rice. John Creaaon, Jacob Adams, Wm. O. Coons,
Wm. F. Tarls, Wra. Ilall, Teter Ingalls, Geo.
Wheeler, Jullns B. Johnson, W. F. Russell,
Wyman Kent, James Titus, Andrew J. Har
visore, Vm. II. Titus, Brownvllle.
Wm. Frazler, W. II. Yauleuvan, A. B Dur
fee, Missouri. . .w
John James, Aspinwall. ..
Peter Berlet, John "Thomas, Glen Rock.
John Detriek, Arayro. . - , ' "
Wanlgell Vonconda, Pawnee City. i
J. JL Stanford, Purcell, Long Branch.
Blschof & Zlmmercr, Nebraska City.
W. D. Searles, Rulo.
. J. IIaxrU, J. II4 Harris, Balctn. . ; .t r Vl!
Calvin Davis, L. S. Davis, Humboldt.
. . , SHELLENBERGKR BRO'ft. .
" The above sales, thirty-one Machines, were
all made last year and sneak volumes tor the
energy of this firm and the valueof theCham-l
plon, and tliey feet asstired thai-all that Is
necessary to assure the roost skeptical that
this Is the best machine made Is to see It in
operation or take the testimony of those who
have used them.
Ktlbeurn, Jenkins 4t CoMannfiie-
turers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in
all kinds of Pine Lumler, .Lath, Shingle,
Pickets, ,Sahi iBlindfs Poors, :BattcnfV'.etc.
Office and Lumlier Yard, corner 4th and'Main
8treefs. Ii ran-ii Yard i4 Phr-lpn City, Missouri.'
We manufacture our own material In the'
Pineries of Oshkosh, Wis., where we. have
In operation one of the largest manufacturles
of everything made In Pine in the world.and
oMaihlrtg our Lumber 'direct from the tree,
as we do, we can sell at lower rates than my
Lumber Yard In .tlju Wrt, which pays one
wholesale and one or two retail profits. We
shall always keep on hand a full supply ol
ery Uiing in oar Ua ao thai thnaa Ifr waat
may always rely upon getting what they de
sire. We simply ask all toeiantnaar stock
and prices before purchaslngelsewhere, as we'
can-ensurc satisfaction In both. - -
Having now thoro !f ughly fitted np my
(Tele and sample roo I ms, at No. 41 Main
street, I Invito the II public of SOUTH
ERN NEBRASKA and NORTHERN MIS
SOURI to give me a call, as I shall always
keep on hnnd In Wholesale Qiaxttes
WINES, BRANDIES AiLfdVURot too.
I very best and H purest qua! Its-, 4 tf
oi ail uranus i ,i oreignj ami jw u
I mesfle. : I shall tl 'also have on fiand' I
daring the season, Chicago Ale, Beer, Ao.
Tlie public may rely bpon my stock being
pure, as physicians of this city recommend
it for Medical uses. II Full stock of Bitters,
in cases or single hot U tie. I am also agent
for the besrsiffard. I Thl made;
Wjc II. YALLEAU.
Having Pnrehaaed Mills In tbe Pineries;
of Saginaw, Michigan, with one Million Feet
Dry Pine Lumber on band. It 1ms compelled
us to procure larger gropnlsorout Lumber
Yard; therefore we have rented the lots on tba
corner -ot First and. Water streets, where w
Shall pnt one of the largest stock of Lumber,
Doors, Blinds, Sawh, etc., west of the Missis
sippi, and every body knows, or shall know.
that the Saginaw Lumiur is r&r superior la
am m rxt Vv r T .ti m f tn '
suij vu a amiMivi)
Call and see us before purchasing else
wliere. - . .. v rr';"-j-NTir 1
(One block from River.) - v '
BELL A SMALL,
13-tf Red Store.
4We hare licforc spokentifSntiny ndvftnta
'. rs emoilled In this hive, and would here
i.M, t'int it combines several features not
t n.nd In oti cr rGT'al.le-eomb htves. First,
It is so construct-!! a to Kj WL:":?r.-roof,
even when standing cxposxl to str.rms; sec-"
ond, the hive Is upright Inform, ww to se
cure natural heat for the brood-comb; third,
the comb frames can bo readily taken out
without crushing the adjacent comb or kill
ing the I)ees; fourthly, the hive la under com
plete control of the operator, both as to ven
tilation and defence against robbers. Many
tlier points we might name, but these, to
gether with the low prices at which the hive
can lie constructed, are very much In favor of
the "American Bee-Hive," & D. jfarris. Ag
ricultural Ed. Obio Janwer. . .
J. L. ColbappvAgeftt, Brownvllle.
",Tls the song, the si gh, of 'he weary,
'Hard times, hardtlsaessoind again no more.
For Its long yon have lingered around my
cabin door, . iii '
Oh ! hard times come again no more."
' 2 Present. " 'V'
Our spirits have been cliastened by the trials
which are passed ;
Hard times, hard times comeagnln no more
Our purses have btn lightened, but we found
a way at last,
To keep hard times from our door, . x , ,
Tis tlie shout t;he cry f the'ranscrtBed, , y
Hard times, hard times can "worry us no
We bars fbund tlieiilm of Gilead ;" all can
be well fed and dressed
By trading at Teare -Co.'s itore.
Grelj keUoctlon In Lltarary Matter It !
t ' '
The following are the prices nt which Mig-
azihes and Tapers will bo "sold at. the Poet
Office News Depot :
Harper's Magnr-lne, 35 cents.
Harper's Weekly, 10 cents.
Harper's Bazar, 10 cents.
- nearth Home. 10 cettta.
Leslie's Illustrated, 10 cents.
New York Ledger, 7 cents ?
New York Weekly, 7 cents. v J
Saturday Night, 7 cents.
St. Louis Democrat. S cents.
: St Iouis Republican, ."i cents.
And all other Magazines and Papers
Item ember, at the PoM office BnlldJna; S
Whhlng to purehaee millinery goods will
Hnd It to their Iwneflt tocalj pn Mrs. T. F.
Scoton, No 19 Main strevtr-vho has Jost re
ceived, theTiest selected stock of Millinery
Goods eVer brought o BrownvlUe, arid Is
coi0pxantlodo anything In that line, as she
Is an old and experienced hand In the busi
ness, learned her trade In New York, and Is
jife-pared 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
. Few -cities con show a better dressed out
fit of ladles than Brownvllle.; especially is
this the cose In regard to fashionable r head
gear, such as Botftlets, Hats, etc Thl-f cVn
only be ascribed to the full and fashionable
stock of Millinery Goods kept by Mrs. J. S.
Bear, -which all ladles should patronize.' Call.
Training 1 We notice that many of onr
citizens are training horses for the coming
Fair, And from what we have seen, the exh
bitlon In this toe will be good. We hope
they will also fer! an Interest in trotting out
surllcient lumbe and labor-to fenc th
ground. Let's make fast time on this, also.''
, ' - i.
Grand Trnalc Avenue-When Is this
Avenue to be opened? In the" great railroad
excitement of the past few weeks, small mat
ters of great Importance like this seem for
gotten. Trade from all sections should be ac
commodated anl encouraged In coming to
this city.- The Honey creek trade Is a matter
of no si.oail importance. - : i
Good Bnildlng Stone. We are no pie
pared to furnish good building stone, 1 any
quantity. Also, Step Stones, Bases for Mon
neorTomb Stones, Water Tablet, etc
furnfshed on short notice and reasonable
term LokjcCe Takev.
. Great Bmk at Hetxel'st
JVcw Good ! JVVw Goodt i I
Linen Suits!! -Scotch
Best material!!!!! Best made!!!!!! Most
fashionable goods!!!!!!! Cheapest goods In
the market!!!!!!!! Atlletwl's!!!!!!!!!
The Fact That
Oils and Glass
' : II. C.' LETT'S
Is as plain to the minds of the people as
anjr.Bajril door sign. " '
f, REA r ED IVTIOX IX PSICKS ! ! !
tub rmcs RF,aviMTtm;
IS CLOSING OUT HIS SPRING 8TOCK
AT REDCCKD' PRICES, ,
TO IAKE ROOM F0& SUMXEM GOODS
NOW OS THE WAT I .
" are xo tt orrrnr.D t
Ills shelves most be clcarectTor the Summer
Stock is sneh as was never equaled In this
county, both for the extent and quality of
DELAYS ARE PJXaEROlS.
Cn and nfttr this date I will give no
oreuit Persons Indebted to me will please
call and. settle up, or tlie.lr accounts will lie
left for collection.
V N. M. HoT.TZIJfGEK.
June lot h lnCO.
"If eat Outfit Neatly Painted. We no
ticed to-day the Buggy outfit of Geo. Dorsey,
Esq., of this city, and must say it is neat and
servicable; and that the Painting and Stri
ping thereof,' doiie by J. K.Fretr.,of this city,
cannot be excelled. Mr. Frets Is a master
with the brush.
Spring Goods at HeUeTs.
John P, Manny's Combined Machine Is
vtivgJdnrabla hnd reliable; cuts a wide
swath, is light draft for two horses, and never
clogv. Adjusts Itself to uneven surfaces, can
Instantly bo ralsed.-over obstructions, and
lias no unequal weight on the horses' necks;
71 McPherson.s Block.
Bargains In Land may be found in our
advertising columns to-day.
jr. , t : :
Dwllders Attention. I am now prepared
to do njl kinds of Plastering In this city or
vicinity.' Orders left at the American House
will lie promptly attended to. Prices rcason-
aUe ! Work first class ! 1
no3l-3mj A. F, BELt
The attention of our readers Is calhxl to
the a(i,v5Ftbtcmontof Coe's Dyspepsia Cure In
another part of this paper. This truly valu
able medicine Is recommended by all who
nse it. read the certificates.
935,000,000 Is the capital of the Mutual
Life i Insurance Companyof New York. Jar
vis 8. Church Is their agent at Brownvllle. It
Is the safest company In the wot Id lo Insure
In, ' ' tf
Tan can; save twenty-five per cent, by
buying your Books, Papers, Mugazlnes and
Stationery nt the Post Ofllce News Depot
Itope, of all slues, Tubs, Polls, Churns, Ac.
5c, at Swan & Bro.'s.
;9ia00 Dollars and Expenses! See ad-
TerUwiment of AmerlcnnShuttle Sewing Ma,
c'llnt. tn iv.r'advertls!hg columns.
neeJlci glasses, si
Iln, 88 Muiii'street.
. without n fTceptlon
' ht'-d persons nnd all
x ul l confaic-trKlmber-
Duck Coats j
cool at Hetzel's.
ind Vests well made and
Linen Snlts from $3 to $15, at Hetzel's.
- Iletxel has a splendid lot of Straw and
Panama Hats. .
Xrd Oil, Lubricating Oil, Sewing Machine
0U, and all other kinds of Machine Oil, con
stantly on hand at K , II. C. LETT'S.
D. F. Sander's New Harness and Saddle
Shop Is already one of the Institutions of our
elty. Why ? Because lie does first class work
-a reasonable rates. Gfve him a call t .
llUannon Htnton, Blacksmiths, foot of
M&ln street, can set tires, shoe horses. Iron
wAgons, Acln the best style, with their Im
(Alpaca Coats, at HetzeTs.
- ? - -
CorxciE CnAMKEits, June 14, 1S09.',
Present Mayor Fairbrother; Aldermen TUmU'I,
Swan, Mathews, (;rant nml llotilsnn. '
Minutes of previous meeting reod and ap
proved. The account of J. M. Christie, 82,60, for tax
es paid erroneously, was disallowed.
Tlie account of Iu Hoadley, for room rent.
J71), was reported to committo oiV claims.
The account of J. M. Graham for lumber,
8-1.S0, was allowed and ordered paid from
The account of O. W. & F. M.- Fatrbrothcr,
4I, for prtntingjna per bill on file,-allowed,
grdcg to be drawn on General Fund.-
Mr. Mathews presented a petition from cer
tolntltlzens, praying that the name of Wa
ter street be changed to that of College street.
Petition .read, and prayer of petltlotr
granted. ' -
Also a petition requesting the passage of an
ordinance to protect 'merchants from tran
sient auctioneers, which was read, and City
Attorney requested to. prepare on ordinance
In relation thereto. - "
Report of J. B. MK'ntio, Marshal, was re
ceived and referred t6 committee on claims.
On motion, the Clerk was directed to draw
an order on Road Fond for 70, In favor of the
Marshal, to pay laborers for work on streets.
The following resolution was adopted:
" Rrtolvrd, That the Mayor be and Is hereby
authorized to procure a Mayor's Docket, for
suits under City Ordinances; and that said
book shall not exceed In cost the sum of
Also, the following:
"TtrtfJvcft, That the committee on streets
and alleys be authorized to let contracts, to
repair the crossings on Fouth street, between
Main and College formerly Water) street
The following resolution was adopted :
"Resolved, That the Mayor appoint a com
mittee of two to lnvtstisate what amount has
been heretofore f.pproprbited by the City
Council to survrv the Brownvllle, Ft Kear
ney and Pacillc Railroad, nnd what amount
of the same has been expem"."
On motion, Messrs. McFhcrsoa and Fantas
were requested to prepare a report of the
amioantCf Money expended by them, out of
funds appropriated by the City, In going to
Washington "City and returnlng'tijerefraro
In railroad Interests, and present the same at
Mr. Furnas addressexl theCouncIlon behalf
of the Qulncy nnd Nebraska Railroad, and
asked for an appropriation: to assist the en
terprise. " - -
Mr. Swan introduced the following
"Resolved, That when this Council adjourns,
It adjourn to meet In thhrrlaceon ThnrVIsiv
evening of this week, to deliberate on a prop
osition for giving aid to a certain ranoad
An ordinance entitled an "ordinance regu
lating th'e crying of goods at' auction, and the
of auctioneers," was read, passed, and
ordered to be published In the Nebraska Ad
Aji)urneik ' '""
, . J.tMcNAt"' ' ' : .V.C'-rk.
n..' : . c m ff
3 i -
3 Xt a -J o
t . a 3 ft.
o S c - 3 .
r s z c KS'S
-Sa s-S a c'2
S2t " 2
' 2 a, O 5 s - -
2 2 $3 a i s
For Sale-A Cottage and two of the mos
desirable residence Ixits in the city.- Enquire
at uus omee. ;
Choice Liquor for Sale. I have on hand
a very choice lot of Ll(iuors and Wines which
I will sell cheap for ch. :
Organs-jJurdetfs, from H0 to 8(500; Ma
son & Hamlin's, S73 to $m
James R. Dye, Brownvllle.
11 1 f ? '
IVoolI Wool!! Wool I I We will par
the highest eastern market price In cash for
all gnules or wool.
A. May & Co., Regulator.
ijinncn uravrcrs. If you want a good
orticle, can be had of J. S. Hetzel, No. 70, Mc-
l'lierson uiock. . . , ,
Last Sunday and Monday were thecoldest
days of the season, and Wednesday a very
cold rain. '
Iloltxlnger's. Groceries -a-rt? unsurpassedj
ana ne sens tnem very low for cash.
urtzei, at 72, McPherson . Block, has on
hand a full line of Gauze Shirts. "
Trunks and Valises At Hetzel's. ' ' J
SPECIAL NOTICES. , .
HKLMIIOLirs " '
CONC'KXTRATED El.I-tn VYTPfVsinuJ
n.lkllT A 1: . . . -.V
i AmnitA ernuH-uies eruptive uil ClceraUve ajin
e:ses of the 1 hrfu, A'-, ;Vr,- , ,srl,, l
1N( the evd effects ol inerourr (' rvmovii;- all
ta nts, the remnaiiU or DRSKAK hemlititrv or
?!!L.'LS,, .H"a w ,''k,'", b' AUULTS miuClllL
DltlOi Willi p..Tlectsa-4y- , . ,
. 'l'w"',14b.1"nn"1 f !e extrtu-t pf Ssrsaparil-i
la, adll to a j.iut of water, is cqiuti lot he l.Ubon
Diet liriuK. arm one bottle is o.nini . ,n,nnn ..r
the.synip of Sawjiimrilhs or the decfxtion as usual
ly made. i
An iutercstiriK letter Is niihliiiel In tii Miwi-
(."ainirpiod IJevlew, tm tfie -iiJij t of he Kxira-1 t,f
.-NKsaimriiin in cernnnjeirwiioiiby IiijiitnlaTra
vers. V. R. S.. it '. .ti,,.. ,!.-!. .,1 u... ai...
and di.sejji arLsine froni the euiw of nterenrv. h
state- Nlial no remedy Is euaal to the Kxtni nt
Sarsap-srUla; Its power is txtraonlinary, more so
thua any other drug lam auuuuinted with. It is,
intlieslrictestsen.se. a tonic with t Hist lv.ol,u,1..
Otribiiie, that it is ijlic!tble to a state at te.y-
ri MiuK.Trii, biiu ti so irrituoie as rentiers other
substance or the UtiMCfIa.s unavaikiblvor iiiin
HI.J.JIBtl 1, U'.N CU-N I 'Jfjs Tit A Xh.1) KX TllA tT
j'.smniLsiieu upwards tl is
5W Brrulwuy, . Y.
years, i'wimjvd by
may j ne
Words of Wisdom -for vounu' uian. on tiw
Ruling f wssion in Yontii nnd Kriy Mu)iootl with
tSKLK UK LP tor the Krrinu and nnloriunaie. iscnt
in seHled letter enveloi-rfs. Ire- ol charge. Aildri1,
HUWAKU AiNSUL'iAlION.. Boxl". PllihlOiiiitltt,
l'a. . ...
Manhood: llow Lost, How ( Restored.
SlfsTSin ,ast "ii edition of St.
rIJ?'" t'ulvr-je!l Ceifchjiit; witUe
:Z2U. rudicul cure iwilli..ii mtnlit ine) of
lcjn.Tivtr'U',, or, rft'uunai w rnx
liet. l5lVurtUlrY SinvlnAl Tvu
Impotency, Mentul and Phy&irid fiuapa-ltvt Ini
pedimentK to Murriime, etc. ; iUso, Consumption, Kp
Ileisv. and Fits. indiKXMl by strifiiululsenc-e or uiu.
al extravtuince. , , ,
t l'rtee in a sealetl envelop?, oniv G cents.
Tbe celebralel author, m thin utiniirnhlw wmr.
clearly demonstrate from a thirtv vears' auecessn'il
praotice, that the alarminif OHue)ueiiceii of aeU-abuseinayheriUllriillyi-nred
without the danprer
onsuseol internal ineitUino or-the HpplK-atiin of
the knife: ixiiritme out a mfx!c of cure al once sim
ple, certi'.m and efleenml, bv means of which even-'
sufferer, no matter what his condition mav he, maj
eure himself cheaply, privately mil nuliejillw - '
giT litis lecture shonltl x'1n the hand-i of even
youth antl every man in the landj. , ' :
eni unner neii, to any ;i'f(tress, l:i plain envelope,
postiwid, on the receijd of fix cents, or two txixtairi
stamps.. Also. i)r. "Hverwe!)'s "Marriage Uuide,"
price 2icents. Address tlie nnhli.Hiier, .
13-Vy 127 Bowery, New York, P. 0. 45HS..
A Clear. Smooth Skin and Beautiful OomnleTion
follow tlie ueuf HelinbolttvCiiM-t'ntnUeti kztrnct,
Hartapnrllla. It removes black apvts Uiiplet, and
all eruption of tiierskin.
In tli Sni-I iict If kufti4. the Rvvfpm nntnmtlv
pndericoea a change, and Jlelmbold a highly conceri-J
trated Kztrnct of ttunaparilla la an atsUtant of thq
Rreatmt value. I
Vmd( Tallea. Rewarn ! Of the Iniurions ef-
fecu of Face Powders nd Washes. All huUi rm-t
dies close up the pores of the skin, and In a .short
nmeuestroy tne complexion, ir you would navea
fresh, healthy and youthful appearance, use Helm
bold'a K.T tract Sarsaparllla. -
Nt n few of the worst d'tserders tla4rtllct man
klud arise from corrupting, uf thehlutxl.'ildmboid'i
J-.xtr.ict araianila va a remedy of the utino-l
Hclmltold'a IXtrnct Snrsnonrllln cleanses
ami renovate the Iriood, instills the vior of la-altlt
into the sy.item, and piui-H out the :komool that
make tlise:we. . '.,
l n ontlfv t. O n n I i t y. I rel in bo WsJCjrt re Hr
miwrilla. The dose is maH. Those who desire S
large qnantity anil lare nnsesof metitcine
Tlioae who desire brilliancv of Complexion must
purify and enrich the blood, which Helmbold'sfoni
centratert Krtract of SarsannrilU iuvarhuily does.
Ask for ItrlMinAa. Take mo no other.
HelmWH's Concentrated Kx tract SarKuparlllav
Is (tf prftJ lUittxl Purifier.
A REfJULAIl GRADUATE OF
il MKIUCINK, as dipliit:i at Olllce will
ahow, haslieen lonper euitKed in Mie treatment
of Vknkkk.!., iskacai, nml Phivatk DlSKJj.--Jt
tha!i any other ptiyieian in St. Tioui. .
syntdlls. itonorrlne. iMeet.Mrictnre, (rChiltis,
Hernia. ;iiid Kmlur; u'.l uriiiory Di as.--s au'l
Svi.liiliuc or iercuriui A4ii.-":o of Throat,
'- -j or Iivjnt?st are treated ui.u
jK-ruifcfSl!'M. Sexual TH?hility r I Ii-;.-
tenoy, asthe result oi ew J'"' - ;
ill exewa in nutlurer year-. r ai"r L'
which produce some of I lu'iirwir-J
Nocturnal Kniissietis, tihrtches, tie.
ms.M, dimness of sisht, confusion (if ., .', i 1 i
I'orelKxlinifs, aversion to society of feni:Ues, 1 -'ma
of memory and so.xuul H-wer, tuid n-n'lerinjf
inarrlae improper, Hie permanently cured. -
The l'ictor's oirortuuities in liospiial and
private practice are unsurpassed hi St. Ioui or
tny other city, liiick tiles of St. Jmis pauers
pnivo that he )uw been hs-nted hern longer Uian
any otlier so ndverti.slnis. The establishment,
library, laboratory and appoiiitnrfnts, nreK)
rivallen In- the west, unsuriHtssetl anywhere:
Aice, wiih experience, can be- relied iipun, and
the doctor can refer to many plij-siciansihroitL-n-out
the country. In past- success and preserft
position Uestands without a competitor. "
Tfce Wrltlnas of n Physician wliote rCp
- ntatlou is l"iiuM-vltk' nhould V
be wertrreaUna-. -
Dor-roK WHtTTlKR publishes a Jft itirnt Iim)h
Irt relating lo venereal diseases and tlie disus
troua ami Varied conseiencc of self-abuse Nmt
will be retU m any address in a sesiTeil enveluiMt
tir two stamps. Many physicians minsloce iju
tients lo Ue doctor after readmir his ntetlicul
pamphlet. ' CVMitmHnications conttdential. - A
frlendlr talk wilt cost yoti ikiIWiik Ollice cen
Iral, vet retired No. 17 St. Charles street, St.
litsiii; M, Hours i.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays' tl
!b .. .
TRUNKS, V A LISJ, ? a , in
endless variety, at HKT7j:ijH.
ENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
pOLLARS. All kinds and styles.
TTAT8 ANI CATn?. All Varieties
II -jm! h'.yi, . - JIETZl.Is.
NEW STEASI FERRY
; r. r ',
Xhe Jlrowmville Terry Company
" 'have now running between
13 ISO AVIS VI LLE, . rKII.,
i ' , i ..
. ... .A ? ?
North -Star and Phelps City, Mo.,
, , uic jiewunti ctuumtxuniis tieam l-crry
IrlARY J. ARNOLD !
THIS'IiOAT is entirely new, with
-i.: jHwer nnd capacity to croirt everytlilng
tlial jieiy etune. in any weather.
For CrNlini Cuttle intt or out of tltln IjumI Dis
trict, tliis is tiie best point. Tliis boat i esixi-iallr
titttnl upto ensure sniely inrroNsim;sto-k.niMl larw
cattle pens are already erect cd pt the . Joe. A t". Ik
j n1 ih. nn'irm utt, . Wo con tacMie travel inu
public that all in nor power Khali he done U mukp
this tlie-most n-liaUocroHsiniroii IheMiwuNirl riTer.
nitOlVXTILI.E FKItHV m
CTtiRI.ES O. DOKSEV. ' '. "; OKOROK W. POItsEf
C. G. & O. W. DORSEY,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Dealers in Iiund Warrants.
Duy and Sell Real Instate and
LaiHl Vfarrants. -
Select"& LocateGoTemiaeiit 'Lands.
ATT r:M) TO c nNTlTEn C.VSKS IN TIIK
l.X7. S. LAND OI"YI(JE, trXlX - ,
A larsje j.uantify, of First- CITiss Lands for
pale In Jfemaha.-'RIehardson, lawnee, Julin-
fon aniL(i:rge CounUcs Nebrnjka, o Whieli;
Gie attention of purchasers' Ls specially fiivl-l
ted. r Z . f " - . '
i Office-BRDWOTILLE, HEBJ5 I
Branch O flee BEATRICE, NEB.
I."--tf - r :. -.- -
IValer In nil kinds of stock. Horses lKught;
soldndxclaB'q,d) ttloek. UmrdetL by tint
dn'v orSveck. ' j
The Propritor has recently crect.1 an entlnj
newj Iftre and comnKsleous .stable. near tti.j
oht llrownvllle I Ions?. His sttck H all frewli
and vehicle. new. The public can be tuxvm
wotlated at all hoturs;. (,.
DAY OR TSTIOIIT.
A atock-corral I-, with nnlmndant unpplt
of pure water, utUw-Jiod (o the: stable. ' 1-1 jf
pLOTHING! CLOTHING!! Cheap
J at i i irrzi-;Ls
SUMJEER SUIT'S, fur Men ami Jloys,
nt . ' HETZEL'S.
BOOTS AND SIIOIW. Uostin the
Market, at IIETZKL'S.
RAILWAY UWJES -
) i' -i '! ,
t .1 '
The short Vnkfonai'rtir the
r. Great JPacific Jiailivaijs
SAIFT LOUIS AND TEE EAST.
. ... .... .', . . .. . .' 1 1 ' j
THE THROUGH TRAINS over this
riwvt run In c!os r-onneetlon with nil th
V"itTn "KallroaiH, lamlin passemrers in St. Iul
itimw.t mak ciu! auil iimiMMltutevuiMiecUuiii
CTXCIXNATT. . INDIANA TOMS. ffTrt'AO
. WM'lSVll.LK. I.KVKI.AXD ITTT-
Bl'IU'll. ItrFPAM, Pll t T.ADKIj-
Kew Yortj Bcsn,-WastiiigtonJ
hri'Okt -C liiiiui fs-er
fr.tl.iU-'rt.-ciu'lHi f J rim
ltxnif, t;ie tn.niftttetri
Jfce.THROUGH Express Traina
iMvini; pft-sen'rs tlieireboircof l'mt" to the l"i-t.
htal tti jfdvHnti)-.'" of th t -n liin nur twine mude
lyrt Ro;wIs leadiriir from sr. I.ouis.
r' -t : - " -
f Whcfi nnrehaiinirtlricet.e, that they read vhi
NOT1I 3I1SSOI K1 'JtAlLKOAD.
. '. i
ftt Iw obtaial at aU Railroad Ticket nfliee,
' 5. n. KNKJIlf.
t,J I. lit . !
. CuunriU hiijM-ruteti1nt.
a. r. Mrr.Tr.x;n;
neral Ticket A Rent. I
- : T;. DVX.V,
Cerril "VVe-Tii Aent,
st. Jofjii, Mo. :
(rinT!il Advert M n i; Agpnt,
' - ' ' St. IMiis, Mil.
rp A f
, OFFICK fF TIIK COr.T.Ff-Tolt OF
' TXTKHXAI. UKVKXl'K.
PlSTRItT OK THM STATU t'K XK!:R.IKA,
' Xkaraska I'itv, June M lxi'X
ANNUAL TAX LIST FOR ISO!).
Notice l.- lien-ty glvH that t'M annual
lixt of laHas-v.-l ir. tscwir'iK a ith tl, proviso
ion ot the art of l'o:i.Trc, tts is-nviilc liifprnul rev
enue to snpuort the (!(iviT'm: it. t" jty inten-st mi
tho phHcl"')t, nnl fur rt;-r jerr npjirowt
June Hh. nml ti' .i;-.vii 'iTt- th"n-i-.
he'n retnrnM tomeliy t n- Aisyir: t!ii Istrlet,
awl that milil taxes ar nmv 1-m-. ncl yrtient ihiTP
ff w liiTPhy (lpnnnlrl; a:i(I :h;it i A i'.l in pr)ii oi
liy ili'paty, attend at
V ;i l ft It t fr
. W . I'l II II l
JUNE 31st, 1HG9,
fVf the purrxof rpo-lviriir taxp.
All prMn-, whoshallntv!er n T,:iy U nmonnt
of tliHir taxes, lien-twr il';-minl-I.ii r t'flitn' lb
day l:vt hIm vc ruiXur'f, wilt l 4il to iy in iul
Uiiioii llien-lo a jr.nUfif i:r prr n tm r,V a t.
of tenfy cptih ftr -r-irf ff a ree;:'1 ff'Tn:tfd aivt
notkp, VnfhT wit?- rH-r miH a nuK' trir-elinij
fe-, actually ami nerwiitMy traveled U makf hn
Oflite huiir frrun 9 a. m. t- -" p. n.
J. K. LAJfASTKTi.
Xi-Zw - i -ul let-tor.
r -i ; JOHN 1j. CARSOX,'
Kxelmnge Doniht rn I S11 on nU 1he rrin
rlpul cities. Also iieslrr in On I1 and Silver
Ciln, (iokl Iust and
G Q V IIKIi I LEIxT BONDS.
tsreeeivl, ptynMe nts!i.Tit " 'tntpr.
iii-piits l)v .operial a-'re.-
nenl. ..l;ixe p;uI for 'n.-m-reIl-ns.
..... i -AH Jviuilx i, V. S. lipids wanteil
- Vh - a I
fttf 7 . (vV i hi
K pel 1 V-. '?
' - ! tM I K '
i W aJ. tfall
O'u'lldrn. (;inzln. Pnperliaiiqljitr,
1869. SFRIN& 1809,
. THEO. HlLLu CO.
Invito tlie attention of thecttlterwof tirown
villo and aurronlin community tothcif
spienuiu stocs or biAl LK A.N L) A?SCX
. LADIES SERGE, XACE, :
-. . . "
Congress & Button Shoes,
Spring and Summer Hats,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, AD GROCERIES,
ILL FlltSil GOODS !
i;ii 1. s;. l '2 :T
f . i
t r u
Choice Spring Prints, 7. ,
Ten Thousand Yards.
TuyJcc Tkousarid Yard
1 Lancaster, Glaacow,
WcotcrsK, ami svaswe.
Hiri-c Thbimand Yard.
r ' I
Lawns, Jaroncfi, Prrcah, drgan
tlictand (Jixnrditu. '
. : .. . ;
Piques and Ilarcailcs,' !
Otic Thousand Yard.
Dress Goods, iS?
Tiro Thousand Yards.
Swiss Muslin, Plaid, Striped
. and Chrckcil Jaconets, A'f;t
sook, Victoria Lawivt, Jiook
Jfulfo, Jiirtl Kyc Linen, t'or
. did Dimity, Irish Linens,
&riji '.irtiT, CI fit
ing, Titki"jiGl pttidtt.
3,5 ooo Variria;
CottonrnTr, Dcnini, '
. . m .... B r i... r ...
jcHiwhff, jirirjianrt am mm
sotrrt Jeans; Hnd fitit Vassi
' fttvtff; ' ' '
JJfem hed, Untilearhtd and OS.
ored, . V t
, White and Iroicn. Y) piece.
Liricti drul furkith 23 Do.
Drop, Open Front and Jimtle,
all ize. 4( Dozen.
Parasols and Faili,
AllSiyitri: Tirerrfjpftrc Doz.
Cloth and Silk CloaLs,
Latent Spring Sh'rs; r0 th'r.
White and O'Aored' Life fiand
Cotton. U DHzen:
t . tfo. i ttrtlele,; T Dozen.
Fur oiifiajtraT7 Hats,
Actr Kyle: Ftfrttf fittzen.
Choice Grcc erica,
Cclehrated Jlloliner Plows,
Have retvived T
Largest antl II est Assortment
ever l.rUtt f.v (Fe .Jy of
Secretaries and ' B&ck Csses,
' , -ORc Dc.lsl 'Wash Stn-d". ""
2$ 1Z 13 a t Lv I .s p
CANE - ROCKERS;'
Xarsellocker. Ii:n:idraii! K::-,';frl T iit!
Ollice, Turlor att l jit4.:ir u.i t ii .-ir.s,
evi-tythl-. r.su:-:'.v r iu: 1 1'': ;i '
FUBNITUBE STORE !
I-'-l-lr t : ... -I
NrrCi"rj Ajentt, Chicago, '' '
t'ArenHThirrizfit to rt rr tfr'r- "
tiitmenil trr thit r. "t, at mtr U
? : tt,ii air Ayr ut if nreff X!tyL
! .'. it
jPI UlilV JtilCtitiU UiU
. preparation of lis
ccr oSered to the publ'w?,
and , has no compctttrr
in merit. ' By itl ujp
GRAYIIAIU u sooti
restore! it oriWll
yoafdfftF'fcoIor an! bril-
i;i.traiiel by ni!. lYriccs
wbft?'hair is t!;:n or fill in
out will, 1'V tJiO u.-- f.f our
FR0M0IE8 Ikr.ewory-oon ot iv 'po
ITS jt'ccq r,? ;'y -s 'in
p-.-.-- 'stimulating propertied Ilie
uROrf IH! hair g!an3s will ho incite-!
A rTTI and the Inir crov tliidc
andptrongngain. I:: coses
s. J v v t
of Baldness it will crcatp
a TiCv crrovt!i unless tho
Tirmri.Tn -r.i-.-i i . t - Yi.
i- coounr, nrnl .allays' ail
itching anl Irritation ..of
the scalp. Itdocs notstaia
1 , r ,r
tho slvin as'dj- tly('?, l-M';
makes sc.J "rrhits
"tpTrpn clean. As aDRESSiy
4-1'.' it.if .'.hV.W.aaI raps
1 1 U w 1 . . .
LOCKS Lhair fret) to di, by iu
Sold bf aUDrvlsis andp-'alers fa Hadicio.
. C00!J , QOUnS' . COf J;
Goal Agents foi Icrtii-T7dteni Statra,
,: 87 r"SiaB025STSErr. CHICAGILli'
. .. - v !
!Si)lil hy : .,,
...nccnnxniT Si. :.iitj:u.,
lpjf;-y-evn ' l.r.w:ivi::c.j
Ayer's Cherry.; Pectcn 1,
. Tor Diseafics of tha T"iraai.and.tu";-
" ' such &3 Cg'-sta, ColcL Whropin-,
' " ' Cough, Uronc'iitis, il3tLi4, ;'
and CcjusnmptTon. , ' i"
rronablT ncrcr terore fa w.fTe.MsJ-Tir "f
fneik-ine, n&s arfhinf vnni .-to wrWy u l fir
upon U caandeneo af mAcld.n i, a.i thu xc lent
remedy for pulmonary con? ra. iruuh a.." J
aeries of years, and araonji mot trie or
wert it has risen h!frtw?r an-i h-trher irv tftt,irM.in
toon, as it rsi Jjecorne bettr known. U,- uacrn
clu raster ar.d jn-v-er to erne tm nin.iwaiau
Of the lunjr r.n! thro.t, have niat' t irno.vn.'i?ar
Lr.M p'oteetor axrktnht tliT '.VNj!.. mif j.tc I t
kWit KnnM't:.eaiJcari'l to 7"i:i.r chiHruai it!
at.iiio s.-.r rf' tiac :"ie &:ot c-I-.-t u. i r i'u --
tc ?vr.T f'.r Ian j -let'. u 41 ::. - :;.i D? t.:
gerous fiircctiri)ef the t.'iro it un- !ji.rj A pro.
vision against autlden jitu fcs of t r', j( unt-uH
tc kept on haad 1.1 every tuai!y, a;il m-iecd all
are omct':ae8 subjert to coUU :id toir', kA
iKuJt Lo prOTidod wish Wm tmUlote fr thv.
Ahhougfi settlcl Lontwnptiiji i Ciguxt in.
curable, t.t.11 great e:i rubers ot ci!i v!u.-re ui di
ci'c scein"t settled, have htcn tonO'! ''un-i.
and Cie j'uLcnt rest'rjd to aiti;d f.OHiui kr the
Cherry Petonl.. iui,tj U iu rtia.-U.-ry
orcr tlifl ili.aoriJer8 of the Lm.iri aad 'll)-nt, tii.it
the most cbrtinarc ft tlx: 1 yirMti t. ,!r.?i noth
topf eUe could rciK:ii tl. r, .: .'. .r o Cherry Pee
toral tiey suDanic and ili-yipvijar. : '
Singerg and Public Speaker ad great pro
tccUoit from it.
Aithm U alwrs re'ievn.1 and ofWwftoI"
Cured i7 it. i
liroJtchttit i? 7nr.crsr.r -ar- u by a4:.x tha
Cherry Pcrtoral in .-rr."i! 1". w.i r.t
Ko generally are irj vr-'.yfAn'.is ii V.i t w uoed
not puUwh Uio ccrtUrtr.o.i if thcra hr, or da uioie
than assure tie pubhc mat iu 'iu.L'j axe f-iJr
Ayer's Ague Cure,
Fc'r Pevcr and JLtrJ.Q,-lrrr :ti-rrt Zvor,
Chi:! Terr, llcai'r..- 7;.?. Dan
; 1Aruo, "Periodical or Bflwaa Tvr, &a.,
' and iadood nil tao ail3i.U'.-T. wcioa ens
from. QiAri.iuis' rnareh, cr qsu&)
poiscr.j. . ' ,
A" a i!3 r.im L-i'.::e?, . '. C-rf. ! ' ;e
fail. CoiiU.niiir neither Arr;:.-,-.: .-, T. -ntuth.
Zinc, nor ary other miner 1 .' -;y. ;- .-tnci
whatever; it in n"wi ir-i-ir arty r:t vTha
Mnbcr :u-l i:n;.or- ;:' a- nre.- ' x t..-uadw
tvictj, arc Ut-.-nHv hcyr.-' - - uat. ;. r ; i. Ict
witli it a pirrdi' T in th ::t r: : . .-.- n.Hiue.
Oar vtA i4 rratii!o1 hv Li.- .vk:io'.vlCT.'inu 9
receive of tn radicsj its :ti iu w-:-uat
caw, and whore o-!it re.-ni :...'. m f i-le-1.
. Uiiarehirmtcd pcr- r.s. t-j-h.w - -,!:' m, or
trSTelihrg thnui;h m::iH--- Ns'liie.-a-i I Le r
tertcd hy takinc tbe- AUCV Cl'l-R d.ii . .
For J.leer f'.-.; : . n-r.. -::i !--m drT:d:ty
ftlie Liver, it i ' exr:ie-.t. remedy, sLiniuiajf
tlie Liver into h .j.;t.-iy c:n--ry.
Fcr n.iior.. Dieo..:.-r L.ver C-i-nuI.But-, it 1
an exr-":at r-r.i .-!:. :. -': ''' t-.-ir.-? r- "v re
markablc mres, whe.v o-htr n-.;- ! -.-ir-l !.i"1.
j?re;arei W Da. J. C. Aw oc ( ., i r;r:il
ar.d Aa.".:;-tii:..l CViniit-s Luw U, M. wlva
ail rouoil tae we;! 1.
". PRICE, $1.00 PTTI J'-'TTZP-. 'l
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