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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1869)
-Extr cop'ps of the A vrTisii fcr sale by
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kmimI streets, fcervk every Uer buuuay Aira-
lu. k! every Sunday mB.n Rector,
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a a v. Kmnrnit Txlpe So. 6. 1. 0. 0. F.
meets on TnesOar evening of each week, at 7 o'clock
112 uietHuu in tbe Breytmeyer Brick, n
list n ttrert. ,..,, . . ,
All viuiUnf BrotbeJs are Invited,
. iiwx W. DoBSsrr. 8ecy.
A. F. 4; A. WL'-Ne'mKhYlleyIxlreNo.4,A.
1 -tJT -wi. tt ihi IkI and ad fsamrdavs In
tich month, at o'clock p. in., at their liall to the
Bn-nmi-ver Brtck, on Miun Wrwt.
Ail vfWun, BroU.er. Vk.cKEK. 8ecr
Arrival aaa Der'artafe ftfeg Stall.
Southern and Eastern arrive at 12 m.; departs at
.Northera and Eastern arrives at 4 p. m.; departs
Bu!oMan arrives at 0 p. m.t .fcparts at 7 a. m.
vi.n c rr4vM at I " m. dnniLrt at Z D. Til- -
'iliri Mull arrives M outlays. Wln(di- and
Y,dvats p departs Tu!d.v, Thursdays and
.Int'Mail arrives Fridays at 4 p: m.; departs
t.mpiu1v t 8 s. m.
Post Office Hours from 7a. m., to , P.
u-.- iw.m 10 to 10'. a. m. M.A.l'OLOCl
Time Table Su Je. CB.R.R.
On and after May 23d, 1809. Trains will leave rbelps
titslion follow ,
PMaemrerLeave-. 1 1:24 a.m.
'KKerrrLesve.- t 12 a. m.
Mall train dally except Sunday,
timily except Monday.
.riiV exwrt Saturday.
OOI NO BOfTK.
27 p, in.
.h Rncers' Omnibus leaves Brownvllle for
ih? VZm. and 12 rm daily.
J. L. Coltapp, Editor.
THURSDAY MORKiyq, JULY 22, 1BC9.
-Vlat Saek.s- At Swan &
MeCrssry A. Klckell have a choice Rtock
'of Cigars, SmofclDg and Chewing Tobaccoes.
llte a number of our citizens are now at
'Omaha In attendance on the District Court
t Omaha. ' ' ' ' ' " :
5. T. alU 100 Barrells of N. Y.I5alt,'
Just received by F. E. Johnson A Co., ndfor
sale kw for ean.
taesaker and Jackson Wagons at St.
Joe prices, at J. R, Bell's Lumber Yard, pat:
of Water and 1st Streets. " -r
Ualtclmg-er is still at No. IVvith as full
and choice a stock: of Groceriea, Queensware,
Glassware, etc as ean be found; and sells
low for cash. -
Yew Frvrnt We notice workmen busy
In putting op the new front over A. Roblson's
Boot 4 Shoe store, and John Smlth'a Barber
Shop, It will Improve theappearanoe of that
row considerably. - -
. May will expand himself all over the
"building he is now in, as soon as the Temple
Is done, when he will show -such, a $tock"of
goods as were never before opened In this
county. He will spread himself.
. A. D. Harsh is up and alive to the wants
the trade In his line. Hardly a day pauses
but he receives something new. Interesting,
and beautiful. Ills notice In another column
will give you some idea of what be is doing.
Charles llelmer is never at a loss to please
the public in the way of good Boots and
JShoes. He has a full stock of ready-made, as
well as the bext material and ability to get up
'any style that may be wanted. Give him a
AVm. Allta has bought out Yaany's Res
taurant hi old standwhere he will hold
forth to ihe public in his usual accommodat
ing style. He is a 2?o. 1 Baker a pleasant
man to deal with and we are pleased to see
liliii go Into buHlnea again.
Iletrae Market. Our pt recta were, on
Monday, the scene of quite a lively horse
market, where about 2 Ponlea from the
Osage country were exposed for aale. Prices
Ranged from 25 to 1123. . They looked ns
though kping and attention would make
very fair animals of some of them.
A ICer Improvement Ulatriev Thaddeus
Trimmer, of the Checkered Front Feed Sta-
. tile, has filled In the side-Walk Just above bis
ftUible-, so tea to make a good pavement: Ills
head ! lit the right spot; at least 5"dU would
thlrtk So, to see the care he bestows on horses
- left irt his fcharge. He is a white man tb deal
- r - - I, in t mafsa is m rv
- brfcBt Apples; Mr. Lovflftre, last Moo
Hay; brought to town a load of Very choice
looking ffrem apple. Her orth&rd is bear
ing an abundant crop this seasriil; in part,
like most all the trt we have echt hers are
almost breaklr! down with fruit. This
county wineeartf supply fcieifWlth apples
this season, -' '..... j
Rev. T. ih ticlamft, Jr4 of Council Bluffs,
Iowa, will preach, Ood willlrlr, lh the Pres
byterian Church on next Friday and ftatur-
dry avenlngs, and on next Rittibatti morning
and even In 2," j illy 25th: The SHcrament of
the Ijord'i1 Sn r per will be" adrrilriietcred In the
morning. The public art reepectmlly Invi
ted to attend.
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PersatMU Ford Roper, proprietor of the
Flouring Mill at Beatrice; was in town last
C W. Snyder, of the firrd of Srlyder Bros.
. 4 Co Map publishers, Ciilcagof-111... was in
for a DlrectorT Man. whicH we hope our citl-
tens will patronize extensively; . . .. ,
Trackers rt. mahaCasmty.
There will be a public orairitrfation held In
. 'the High School buildlr ;of rfbHvIlle, on
the first Saturday in tLe irtouUi cf August,
for the purpose of exat 'nlng all persons
who have not valid certificate; atid design
teaching in the public schools of the tounty
the ensulrz year.' Fxar.i ration i'i eom-
'mence at 8 o'clock, A. M.
: t-e ii
to be prompt on time. ...
Aeeldeaitr Last Tneslay morning, while
Iave Campbell was hauling dirt to fill up Dr.
JlcPherKop's loU, his borse w hich Is blind
instead of turning a t the comer, walked into
the cut on Second Street, where the culvert
las been" washed out. falling a distance of
Aout twelve ft, the rart and dirt faiUng
partly on top of fclm.'.The cart came rrot
"a lUi one ha broken C The horse is all
Tipht. Mr. Campbell, at the ttme, was doing
all In his power to turn r.liq the ripht way.
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Lieemsefi Teams fortiftO'.lnx In tTie City
a-rean nninlttigated humbug. ; Tliehyst-c'nx
iia ..rotuvl .very aodieuly, Jf it ever, was
ond. The public are-now at the raereyof
. the crjTire the drivers, l'-;r.ise bat a very
few licenses are out, and they know that the
pubtle Ishetr rtcaV anybnw, and accom
"option is ewlt'ts;-;Tl: y, have. the publle
"where iha hair is bort,and abord pubild
Jl tnt the aboW'ori of tlie aystem. t? Cither
"rtsiw fhe'iieclc' w'lthirf the reach of all or
- boll(i the' fa79cply.altoEetlicr.- .'?tT "-,:;
Hon tot ut Council to" divert, abd the soon
it is sofvM iff th 6'ei-ftlve the betler.
They cannot plead lack cT ti'laT; for the crty
treasury wlli ihrw a rcCldefrt tarce uvles
penditure m' fhts we"y ttt liYtsirtrate the
rsteni thoroiVrliTy". 0'ir' tlrtdg til eat
thunder, whre two or three li't'in Iafr
tld have saVeil' hnhVfo.S of rj.'r..u-g f rdi
are posk.-' and' allo'cJ to t If -roe
aelve; flghu Occur,- a'ud ct fines ae
"ii.vv. pi,,),,- a!lfj t,', fat,; Tr-Vf olT at
Hn-une; abano'ot'.e'arrVAe.i et; It.ay be'
ktj the ottbih&uon:of Miirshal and Street
bn'MTM"l-Wttgre' the trouble ernei In ;'
aax when sn arrrirt ehbuld be ma-I'a be" fi too
voy M Jrf f cbrhmlsfclober. aod vfca versa.-
.: toforetheroelvea, and our fitlaehs1
Js " somebody that will do his duty
" rions, or the expenditure
' - - f ft
As the Reason for Mowers Is at hand, for the
benefit of farmers, we will attempt a short
description of the Improved Cltamjrion No. 8.
, This Machine Is the best made, most con
venlent, durable and efficient Mowing Ma
chine in the world ; has two driving wheels
and a Joint cutter-bar. The tor-go e la flexibly
attached to the machine, thus preventing
any weight upon the horses' necks; and can
be made rigged to carry the entire frame up
on the main wheels while moving from one
Geld to another. The frame always runs lev
el, though one wheel may be running In a
furrow and the other over a ridge at the same
lime. The machine can be easily thrown In
and out of gear while in motion. The cutter
bar is loccted in the rear of the driving
wheels, which enables the operator to cee
any obstructions In time to stop the horses
before the knives strike it, and which also
admits of shortening the space between the
horses and the front end of the Machine,
bringing the horses back nearer their work,
while the angle of the guards may be changed
to suit all kinds Of grass. The points of the
Guards may be thrown up so as to pass over
stones and other obstructions without ma
king any preemptible difference in the night
of the cut. By the use of leavers conveniently
arraigned lor that purpose the cutter-bar
may be easily raised to pass over obstructions.
or either end of the catter-bar may be raised
to pass oyer an obstruction without affecting
the otber. ' The celebrated revolving track'
clearer used upon this machine, as now im
proved, is nnquestionably superior to any
other track clearer ever produced, and the
only track clearer that will clear, a perfect
track In heavy and entangled grass.
To be seen and sold at
SitfXLEirBERQEH BROS ' ,
74 McPherson Block.
Tear A, to .t are public benefactors In
their line. Theirs is a fight in behalf of the
kpeople. K6 bouse in our city has shown a
greater disposition Or accomplished more to
ward off the baleful effect of hard times from
this community than this, by bringing their
Goods within the reach bf all and by keeping
good articles, Their atock ctmp rises, every
thing In the line of Dry Goods and Groceries,
and there you will find as much attention,
accommodation and fair dealing as was ever
found under bhe rodfln the west.' Call in.
and, our word for it, you will find them and
their goods all that trte have claimed above
XTew Barber ghep John Sniith-every
body knows Mr. Smith has opened up a New
Barber Shop one door west bf the Meat Mar
ket, where he is ready to wait upon the pub
lic with a clean shave, neat cut or sharapoon
in the most obliging and scientific manner. '
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Hew Mllllaery FirnL Mrs: Bear has as
sociated, with her in the Millinery business,
Mrs. Moore, wbA la an experienced cand at
the business. With this increase In the firm
they wfll make a corresponding increase to
their stock and business, and will, during
the coming week, receive a large and choice
stock of goods in their line, which is selected
with. the same Judgment and gdd taste
which has characterized this establisament
heretofore. They are now fully prepared to
do all kinds of plain sewing, enibrblrdering,
stitching. Stamping, eta, on the shortest ncn-
tlce and reasonable, rates. Give them a call.
. A VERY VALUABLE BOOK.
Laws of Business for all States of the Union;
with forms and directions for all transact
ions, by Theophllus Parson, LL. D., Prof, of
.law in Harvard University. JONES,
JUNKIJ & CO., Publishers, Chicago, ills.
"Laws of Business" is a book that has the
all-important merit of emanating from one
of the highest and most reliable of law au-
authoritles. ' It is remarkable for Its com
prehensiveness, its thoroughness, and the
very great clearness with which all the vast
variety of topics it embraces are .discussed
and tbe entirely lucid and intelligible man
ner In which they are exhibited to even or
dinary understandings. . , ,
W e believe we are fully justified in pro
nouncing this a masterly work of its kind
quite unlike and far superior to anything in
the shape of a business law book for general
use that has hitherto been seen. It places
within tbe reach and within the clear appre
hension of every intelligent business man or
woman especially of every young man or
woman a complete statement of all the
rules, forms, and principles of the laws of
business. ' K , ; ;
It is a work of wonderful comprehensive
ness, of a style remarkable for perspicuity,
and of authority undoubted. - r
StsidetMiker and Jackson Wagons at St.
Joe prices, at J. R. Bell's Lumber Yard, cor.
of 1st and Water streets.
DRY PII2E LUMuER!
I have now in my yard near 1,000,000
feet of the choicest DRY FINE LUMBER, of
every style and description, size and thick
ness. Also Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings,
etc. Dry rine Shingles, Lath and Pickets.
In fact, anything In the building line, which
I warrant A No. 1 In every respect, and on
which I do not propose to be undersold, for
cash, by any man west of the Missouri river,
I invite all who need anything in my line to
give me a call, knowing that I can outfit them
with good material, at the fairest rates.
J. R. BELL,
. . Cor. fcater 4 First Streets.
' ' Brown ville, Neb.
" ' ItOTICBIM
Parent or Teachers, who wish to present
their children, or those under their charge,
with choice Books for Merit, will find a
grand stock to select frbtri vfc'ry soon, for
Marsh has them coming. Nothing was ever
given to a friend of more value than a choice
Book. Marsh has hera coming. Parents:
Teachers and f4&nla, rKuu'utit'np'Tlial
dime, quarter, or dollar, for Marsh has them
coming. Marsh furnishes Books, Magazines
and Papers,' t Publisher's prices.' PLACE
tr.Vr the. W Of. ice xu; Satna piae where
you will save Zo per cefit, by buying. Got
the best of Stationery, too.
gtidtaker and Jackson .tagbns at SU
Joe prices, at J. R. Bell's Ltfinber Tard,' cor:
of Vi'&t.er and 1st street ( ' ?f
I sat on my throne in the vsMrtesi of t. Iwse.
An 1 1 rule o'er tuy orb like a qaeen III her
Ar. 1 my childf -i are s tz'' v 111 ' IsUvii sab-
Ai!X my lantl iti roajestlc, my Jingtinge di
fjr I LTantas I roll through t!ie itifirilfc sTty;
Arid the Angels of Wisdom above me reply
foi the choicest Of Furniture yoa must
patrorfi7,e McFall Co., who e!l very low for
cash; and keep the largest and fullest supply
Irf the VCt . y , . . r r - - ..'..,.-
GltrfAT DEtLIXE its wool
In East' .-rn markets, yet A. May, of the
Price Regu In tor; is HfO. pay! the old prices.
WagiW V.'e" took; occasion this week to
examine one of F-' Helmer's New Wagons
Just flaished, and m'ust pronoance.it as per
fact ft waij- f we fuleve'cao be'rusde any
wbera Iti ironing is heavier than U usual
in eastern TTfl'rons, t is a m'Mei of Itsrhtness,
strength a'n'J beauty . lie sells about as low
as-eastern' Wcgotf cii bottit,-and gives
one year warr z !; .
Tkl,Mt Day.' We have received a
copy of a j ' per undt r the above flf fe, emana
ting from Nebraska College, July 7th, and
edited by S.' P." Day's, son' of the Rector of
Christ's Che : c h' Tn CzAs city, and W. R. Rbbb,1
It is a sprigl. t'y sheet, well filled with approJ
prlate matter for the pffrtlr'j eceffe at the
closingday cf a' term' at Collrr. It reflects
credit upon tl.e alillty of H e ..U)'rs j
E. C EbrlgUt has' rVnted the east room
la Lushbaur h's r vr for fhe purpose of open
ing a Queer ware Ktore. wa learn he will
hare a splendid e: ock on Iri'a few days. Mr.
Ebrlght is a man' v.'hom' weTtate .leasure In
recommending to the favorable attention of
the public, as" straightforward feid tellable
In rvry respect.' Satceas to him. . j
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Ali those havinxai'counts agtnrt the Re
puVtlcan Club of ErownvlUe, Nttraska, are
ht'ret-y nbtlfled that they must be handed in
td t ftttdltcd do ot blio'r'e Atrjtfct rslr .
Cy order of the Club.' ' ,
0-lt j. l. CoLHAPr, Sac .
Lannon &. Illnton, Blacksmiths, invite the
xjuoiic 10 cau on tnem in our columns to-oay.
They are first class workmen and have all the
modern facilities tor doing the best of work.
See sale of State Lota and TAndx.
Proposals for erecting two new buildings
are also advertised for.
Wm. R. RandoL of Peru, offers through oar
colum ns Cottonwood Shi ogles.- Ills facilities
are such as to warrant good shingles cheap.
See notice of Nebraska College. The InstI
tution is one of the best in tbe wesU
Energetic. Tbe pleasant sound of the
Corn Shelter has been beard In- our sanctum
during most of the past week from the large
warehouse owned by our "energetic grain
dealers, Ralney fc Lewis. They are true
friends of the farmer.
MI 1(1 0M 9.
Having now thoro I'f ughly fitted np my
sale and sample roo 5 I mi, at No. V Main
street, I Invite the 1 1 public of SOUTH
ERN NEBRASXA and NORTHERN MIS
SOURI to give me a call, as I shall always
keep on hand in Whklksauc Quantities
WINES, BRANDIES asd LIQUORS, of the,
very best and fg purest quality, A
of all brands j Foreign and Do
mestic, I shall II also have on hand
during the season, Chicago Ale, Beer, Ac.
The public may rely opon my stock being
pure, as physicians of this city recommend
It for Medical uses. If Full stock of Bitters,
in cases or single bot U tie. I am also agent
for the best Billiard I Tables made.
- ' Wm. H. VALLEAU,
Good Building S t oneWe are 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 Lorawcb A Varxey.
JIJ1 TBP I'M ICE Ki; OVIMTOBy
IS CLOSING OUT HIS SPRING STOCK
AT REDUCED PRICES,
TO MAKE BOOM FOR SUMMER GOODS
- NOW OH THE WAY I
ARE SO W OFFERED t
His shelves must be cleared, for theSumroer
Stock is such as was never equaled In this
county, both for the extent and quality of
. DELAYS ARE DAXQEROUX
. Frwlt Jars At Swan A Bro's.
Builders Attesttlaa I am now prepared
to do all kinds of Plastering in this city or
vicinity. Orders left at the American House
will be promptly attended to." Prices reason.
able! Work first class!!
fno34-8m A. E. Bell, ,
Patremlze IIeme Idtry All kinds
of Marble work can be bad at Neidhardt's
Marble Works In this city, cheaper than it
can be had elsewhere. None but the best ma
terial used. .
IT all Paper. Window Shades and School
Books very low, at McCreery & Nlckeil's.
Highest market price paid for wheat, oats.
corn, &c, by Bedford 4 Handley.
Private medical aid, read Dr. Whlttler's
Dragi, Paints, Oils and Glass at St. Joe
prices, at McCreery A Nlckeil's. . i
illbbvruf Jenkins A Co. Manufac
turers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in
all kinds of Pine- Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Pickets, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Battens, etc.
Office add Lumber Yard, corner 4th and Malri
streets. Branch Yard at Phelps City, Missouri.
We manufacture our own material In the
Pineries of Oshkosh, Wis., where we have
in operation one of the largest manufactories
of everything hiade in Pine in the world, and
obtaining oar Lumber direct from the tree, .
as we do, we din sell at lower rates than any
Lumber Yard In the West which pays one
wholesale ana 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 wnai iney ae-
slre. We si m ply ak all to examine our stock
and prices tefore purchasing eue"where, as we
can ensure satisfaction inbotlu
Jo'hxiso'tt 4k Ca.
Sell a heap ,
' Of splendid .Goods
Low and Cheap ;
Their rates fire fair.
Their Goods are nice,
And feast your eyes.'
In both - Dry Goods and Groceries they
keep a very full stock always oh hand.' No.
70, McIheron Block.
7 Nails, Glass, Locks, Bolts, an 3
Screws, at Cost, at the Red Store.
" ; couldx'T wXit:
"The ralney weather having aliii'ost "dfled
up" the brick yards, R. 8. Hahhafdrd fin'ds it
impossible to finish up his new buildiug as
soon as he expected, and to supply the de-"
mand has ordered and; wfll receive in it few
days, sv DXamraotn Stock' of Purnltnre,
which he will offer at Ills old room. No. 72,'
McPherson Block, Tp Stairs,' a'hd wfll sell
on his usual fair and liberal terms.
Nails, Glass, Locks, .Bolts, and
Screws, at cost, at the . Red Store.
Nails, Glass, Locks'' -Bolts; and
Screws, at cost, at the - lted Store.
Corn, Wheat and Oats.'
Ralney A Lewis have removed thefr office
to Robt, Teare A Ca'aStorc, where they win
pay the highest cash price lor Grain and oth
Peoria Milk Crocks at F. E. Johnson x
Co's. They are the best In use.
Fly Kets-Full stock Jnst received at
Bauer'a Prepare for fly time.
Tne Latest Hews ' - -
- Cth always be found on. the P. O. News
counter; - t , ,
Voihing Bed Lomnges Just received at
McFall A Co's";
gauiurr Goods, and Hats at your owm
prices, at V. T. Den's.
In Ready ?! ado Clothtus; you will save
25 per cent, by going to Marbon s.
Stndebaker and Jackson 'agons at
Joe prices, at J. R. Bell's Lumber .Yard, cor.
of 1st and Water streets.! . -
Wanted.' Twenty dozen gooI, .large
spring Chickens,' by July. JiU. at Teare A
At The Basar can si 111 be found-not with
standing their rapid sales a few moYA Wbee
ler A Wilson Sv, ing Machines.
S50 Barrels of Salt, . .
100 Barrels of Cement-
0 0 of the best Cook 8toves, s
.--.;:'; i aX W. T. Den's.
Mrs. Bear-beslAjB her large stock of Mil
linery Goods alw&ys pn hand, has how the
Agency for O rover A Baker's Sewing Ma
chines, with sever U rn band.
Crwelfjr to Aninsal's ce'. '""tXS In Iravlng
your bcrse t'v.lott In the ?k; -I'.r'.-tl! jou do
yov-t tradtr.R or enjoy s cool' drLUi f tl-.t Sin is
mrth greater m t lie you ean'gC-t'your hrse or
hcres Jitabled so chenp nt Thalsl'eu3. Trim
m. fs Checkered fiout Feed Stable.'; ! '
i'l'T'S LADIES OUR CITTWTLL
We iiow thank cs for the information that
A. May.'c-f the Prioe regulator, has returned
after nvlng selected choice stock of Dry
Goods for" tr:s market, which are on the
way. He 'ha-f given such unlmpeachablevl
dence of good taJti'ta the matter of selecting
goods that we feel assured that the ladies of
this city ft3 xl&mtf wni hall wlt.1 unfeign
ed Joy the arrival of this Heir stock.' From a
glance at his bill we know tfcHt he will have
many articles new and rso'vcT ,td ttlB auction
arfjoiig a choice stock of stanSiard' good.
F; fz; Jsbmob St Co'wanl us to ir'f to
farmers generally, not to be a'nxlouk abosf
conAng to town', but to finish batvesllng
without d'clriy; BflCr i-hicli thty cafi find a
eplendld stock of New Goods at No. 72 MC
rhersen Block. Don't forget f . .
PAETilEESHLP PLAYED OUT,
COME AND SEE Mti:
U II. SoTJaJXX
Is running the RED STORE again, and
offers to the public 3,000,00 worth of
mdJS"mtU1t COST, as he is determined
to close out that branch of trade. "'' ' -
Also, GROCERIES as cheap as they cap be
bought west of the Mississippi river.
W. H. SMALL.
St O '
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Flowr From Spring and Winter Wheat,
an A No. 1 article, at F. E. Johnson A Co's.
935,000,000 is the capital of the Mutual
Life Insurance Com panyof New York. Jar
vis S. Church is their agent at Brownvllle. I
is the safest'eompahy la the woild to Insure
in. , - ' tf
$1200 Dollsri and Expenses !-45eo ad
vertisement of American ShuttleSewlng Ma,
chine in our advertising columns, i
Sore Eyes, almost without an exception
can be cured. Near-sighted persons and all
needing glasses, should consult Dr. Klmber-
lin, 88 Main street. t ;
B. F. gender's New Harness and Saddle
Shop is already one of the Institutions of out
city. Why? Because he does first class work
at reasonable rates. Give blm a call ! !
, -t .
Lannon &v Illnton, Blacksmiths, foot of
Main street, can set tires, shoe horses, iron
wagons, Ac., In the best style,, with their lin
Wool I The highest market price paid for
Wool at F.J3. Johnson A Co.'s. I
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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, ST5 to $000.
Jakes R. Dye, Brownvllle.
Holtslngejr'a Groceries are unsurpassed,
and he sella them very low for cash. j
Machine Oils of all kind: at McCreery A
Fence Wire In abundance at Shellenber-
ger Bro's. , !
Nails, Glass, Locks, Bolts, and
Screws, at cost, at the Red Store.
The oV. I Ledger
Is now received at the P, O. News Depot ns
quick as Lightning Express Trains can bring
It. It Is always ready by Thursday morning,
and sometimes on Wednesday. ...
Nails, Glass, Locks, .Bolts, and
Screws, at cost, at the Red "Store.
For the latest papers, ;
For the best Periodicals, ,', j
. For Stationery and ' t !
For anything in the
News or Book line go to the P. O. News Depot.
Victory Cane Mills, Cook's Evaporators,
Cast Iron Kettles, and Heavy Sheet Iron for
Millers' Boilers, at the . ; ..".
40-2t', Pionef.r Stove Store.;
Lett keeps a full supply of "
and sells low for cash.-
THE MARKETS. !
CLOTHING MARKET. ,., . i
Corrected weekly for the Advertiser by
MAY'S DRY GOODS & CLOTHIXa REGULATOR
1 j -The
Market this week shows a Z ' ' ,
DECLINE!::; :-; i
"Piisiness Goats from tSlOj
iusine iSniw, fH. j
t'Hsimere, from Wfi.f'i. ' -J '
Vets from 74 eta. to ft 23.
Oversliirt, from 75 cm. to (3.
Undershirts, from 75 cts. to fi:
DRY GOODS MARKET. !
Coirected weekly ftr the Advertiser hv - :
MAY'S DRY GOODS Ji CXQTHING REGULATOR
,t i.it" ..i.' - '
iVtton ItiRin(. ffln.
All Wool Delaine, 37c,
BiUmoral Skirts, l 75.2 Sa I
BttOWSVILLE GROCERY AND PRO-
FLOUR Winter f sack
. 4 00
.... 1 50
' 1 75
.... . t
CORN f, bushel, ...'...-..-..i,-.. j..,.
MKAIr f bushel ...
BACON Hams Jb
. Shoulders fi lb
" - Sides ttA .'.. ..
LARD Canned V lb ..'........,
8YUUP Golden Kal......
' J. bugar House gal..........
COTFEE slitva lb.
" . JMo lb.-
CHEESE New York Factory lb
TEA Imperial tt
Young Hyson V &...;......
CANDLES H tar y lb
" r Tallow lb
PEACHES Dried lb
POTATO r?T- bushel
COAL OIL ft gallon
E(is-. iioz.., .....
BUTT fit ft
HON Hir-? l
ONION fl bushel
8 ALT pot barrel .
LUIBEIl Cottonwood per 100
SHINGLES Cottonwood per 1000
LATH Cottonwood per 1000
WOO TV-Dry Hard, per cord. .....
HIDES Dry per lh...;i
" Green ov;;..... ,.L..
WHEAT Kali per bushel 'a.l.
J . " Spring...".....'..!. i...
... 4 &)
.. 5 .00
.. A 00
50 1 00
0t 7 50
.... 1 fe)
WtKlIi HT m
OEOBCK W. noRSET
Att'y at Law.
c. C. & c; w. ronrEY, j
D ealcrs in Land T7crrants,
Cut and , Sell Real v Estate and
Land Warrants. ( j
Ed cc 6 Iccht 2 G :7:fniiient Lands;
ATTEND TC CONTESTED CASES IN THE
V. S. LAND Ol' MCE, AND ' !
2Alar::d r-.:.i-:i of First Clis Lands for
sale In N emaii a, IUch a'ro'a', Fa oh a -j
son fril Gage Countl.;,- Sebra ia, to which
the 'attention of purchasers' Is specially invi
ted." - ' 1
Eranca. CI2c---i:i:ATIlICC, ITEIJ.
lS-6-tf - - -
' " SCO AdltS ?2X&"tt r ;
ONE HALF TIMBER, bal
ance under fence. Good builfilnri On
ws. fartS; f Missouri river. ' Price Ti,i. ' One
ihita down, balance in two years. Two miles south
of Brownvllle. - -JL44
ress tie subscriber at Brownvllle. ; '
i7-Kj JONATHAN CO UN.
fcT w ar . jm
A HIjamIst3XarricslIie dantrh
- ter or an Kx-r.lcaiber -of tiie
From the Nebraska City News, July 10. - ' :
On Wednesday niht.last, a Mr.
Meyers, a citizen of Holt county -Missouri,
once a member of the, Nebraska
Legislature from Richardson county,
arrived in the city, in quest of n vil
lian named Harris, who had nllured
his "daughter' from' her home and
married ic-r leaving at Osborne Mo
lys first wife and an only child The
particulars we learn from Mr. Meyers.
About'three or four months since
he employed Harris as a clerk in" his
store in H61t county, reposing in him
the utmost confidence ;. by his suavity
of manner and accomplishments he
endeared himself t the young lady,
and proposed matrimony to her; her
father consented, she consented and
they were made one three or four days
since. ; Three hours'. after the ceiemo
ny had been preformed, Mr. Meyers
received the sad intelligence that his
daughter was married to!a bigamist
and libertine, that he had left a young
wife and child ia Osborne Missouri.
About the same time his new son-in-law
received information that officers
from Osborne were after him. He
hastily packed his clothes, and with
his second wife started for Nebraska ;
on the road here his wife was inform
ed that he had a wife living. She
had him arrested by some means;
best known to the officer who arrested
him, he managed -to escape told her
a plaue'ablelieor two and came on to
Nebraska. City. r , The morning after
his arrival he departed for Omaha ; "in
an hour or two-after, the father was
searching the hotels1 and boarding
houses for his daughter and the vil
lian ; tut the "birds had flown." ; He
took the next train in the evening, for
New Chicago, and will probably cap-j
ture them at that place. ' 1 ' '"
r - . , . j
Go'fo the polls next Saturday, and
vote for the Bonds, if , yoa wish your
county to prosper , with neighboring
counties to grow in wealth and pop-
The Chinese Labor? Convcu-tlon.'-,'
; .' ;
I! Memphis, July 14. At the Chinese
labor Convention to-day, reports were
made' favoring Joint Stock Ernigra
tion Societies with officers in the
principal , cities; ' and another one
promising a welcome and protection
to all emigrants from China and else
-' A Chinaman, living in Louisiana,
addressed the Convention, and stated
that pvetOQO Chinese were ppwt la
boring In the West Indies.- - Agricul
turists can be easily procured through
proper agents from the interior of
China. In Cuba they are paid $4 per
month, farm hands are paid $18 to $20
a year in China. Only one Chinaman
In ten is a lover of strong drink, com
paratively few: am opium eaters, of
fifty now living in Donaldson ville, La.,
piny one is a. whisky lover; they are
easily managed, being patient, indus
trious, docile, tracticable and obedient.
The products of China are iii many
ways similar to those of the Southern
States, Carid L Chinese j agriculturists
would easily become successful work
ers of Southern land, i
Mr. Koopmanschap had arrived and
addressed theConvention. He said
the Chinese in California are Paid 90c.
to $1 in gold per day, as laborers.
loey can be induced to-come irom
San Francisco, here at about $20 per
month, but they can he obtained much
cheaper in China under a five 3'ears
contract : they could be had for $10 to
$12 per month. . " . ; .;
nominee for governor of Ohio, receiv
ed a vote ofthanks from the repu bl i ca n
ljegisiature or tnat Maw in the winter
of 1862-3, for his gallantry in the war
against the rebels, and in a letter
acknowledging the compliment he
spoke of the peace men of that time
as traitors bf the deepest dye, and
said that he was amazed that any one
could think of peace on any terms
except those "which should result
from the honorable warfare in which
the country was engaged. Now the
same men whom he then stigmatized
as traitors have nominated him as
their leader in: the State canvass.
They must have very short memories
or a very .forgiving disposition, other
wise they would not hck tne nand
that smote them. . And what must be
said of the General if he accepts the
leadership of the men whem he then
so strongly denounced? Constancy,
however is not a Democratic jewel,
and if he has determined to make his
bed with the democracy, we suppose
on one need be surprised, and com
ment wriilbentirely out of order.
jtfitic'atikeci Wisconsin- 1 j
m , - !
Two thirds of tiie thirty-five hun-.
dred newspapers in the United States
are Republican In politics. Republi
cans are the reading 'jSortion of our
population, and it is they who give
life and Vigor to all the educational
and intellectual undertakings of the
day. If as the proverb says, "knowl
edge is' power," - Republicans may
claim to have tne most powenui party
the country has ever seen. They
hnvo oniv.to annlv their -knowledge."
and to bring U to bear oti rolitfcs and
government, and' the'.country will
enjoy a long career oi prosperity unuer
their auspicious- rule. uuouquc
Times. I'-- j
m i m ' J
Galveston. July Iff. Advice from
San Antonio state . that Guardeloufte
river is higher than ever before. The
entire valley i& overflown. Nine
tenths of the crops of Ganzales coun
ty are detfoyed. Carnal river rose to'
to the third story of a cotton factory
at New liraunple. and destroyed all
the inaterfal and - machinery. livery
flowering mill," and woolen factory,
and the bridges on the Camel river
were swiept away. No lives lost. ; '
London, July la. Meetings ofth6
people in support of commons in the
Irish church biI continue to be held
in various parts of the Kingdom. i
John Bright h.o been Unanimously
elected a m'eftjber of the Athenaeum
Outt---,.-?:: A ;'.-, ;h Ji .!. !
The reform League contemplates
an indignatioii demonstration against
the House of Lords. "
At Lurganin, Ireland on the 12th,
an Xringe crowd .was 1 pelted with
stones They -retaliated, Jby .utterly
destroying seventeen' house occupied
by ' Catholics. The woodwork, of
buildings and funiitureas then car
ried into the street and burned,, j Or
der was restored at last advices. ' J '
At Newly', Oran ire Hall was attack
ed by Catholics. The occupants fired
on th$ assailants, who were dtlven offf
leaving three badly woundedT
: SXn ."FrXncisco. July; 14. A new
Express Company has been organized
here to do business to all parts of the.
world ; capital, $1,000,000.
It is reported that the Central Pa
cific. Railroad Company has decided
to form an express business, and has
appointed, the new, Vrnpairy as its
agents i -y it ;. '.
" PARIS, July 13: ;A1I.: the minute ts
have resigned. Th'e resignation of M.
Rbuher and Larallet have been aceep
ted by. the Emperor. .. Other members
6t ..the .Cabinet remaiuV., The new
Ministry wiH be a' national one in the
eml.!'' vn- r-i ' ; i . !.; ; f . j
:-The'Radicals are'-indignant at the
pr6rogaition of the Legislatif body; "
f ' " - '
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Railroad election next Saturday.!
TThe XIdnevs are two in number,
situated st tbe upper part f the loin. s'jrrouivM by
fat, and cousiMtiiiK of three parts, via.: the Auteri
rior, the Interior, and tbe j(tcrior.
The antei ior absorba. Interior core!Jts of tissue
or veins, which iterve as a UeiOHit for the urine and
convey it to the exterior.. The extwior w s conduc
tor also-, terniinatiaK in asiuKie tube, and culled the
Ureter. Tbe ureters are connected with the blad
der. ..... . ..... .......
The bladder1 Is conn posed of various cover! opt or
tfewueS, dtvtiSwl into parts, vix.: the Upper, the
lAWfT, the Nervoun. and the Mucous. The upper
expels, the lower retains. Many have a desire to
urinate without the ability to rUia. This freiuent
ly occurs in children.
To cure these affections, we must bring Into action
tbe miMcit- which are ernrased in tiiir vurious
functliauk If they are netecied, Grikvi or L'ropsy
mr ensue. , .
The reader must also be made aware, that how
ever slight may betheattMclc.it is sure to affect the
bodily health and mental powers, as our flesh and
blood are supported lYoru these sources.
Goat, or Khenmntism. l'uin occurring in the
loins ia ladlcutivs of the aitnve ikseitsen Thev oc
cur in persons' disposed to acid stomach and chalky
concretions. - .
The Gravel. The jrravel ensues from neglect
or iiupmper treatment of the kidneys. These or
gans being weak, the water is not expelled from the
bladder, but allowed to remain ; it becomes feverish,
and sediment forms. It is from this depoBit tbe
btone is formed, and pravel eiusues,
Dropsey is a collection of water in some pnrts of
tbe body, and bears dilferent numos, according to
the parts affected, vix : when -generally diffu.-u'd
over the body, it is called Anasarea; when of abdo
men. Ascites : when of the chest, Hydrorhorax.
Treatment. Helmbold's hiirhly concentrated
compound Kit nut ISuchu is decidenly one of the
best remedies for diseases of the bladder, kidneys,
gravel, dropsical swellings, rheumatism, and gouty
alTections. Under this head we have arranged ly
suria, or difbculty and pain in passing water.scanty
secretion, or small ana frequent discharges of wa
ter; Strangury, or stopping of water; ifematuria,
or bloody urine; Oout and Kheumntism of the kid
neys, without any change iu qiiautity, hut incre-.use
of color, or dark water. It was always high! v recom
mended by the late Ir. Physick, iu these affections.
This medicine Increases l he power of digestion,
and excites the absorbents into healthy exercise, by
which the watery, or calcareous, depoeitiuns, anil
all unnatural enlargements, as wil as pain and iu
tiamation, are reiluoed, and it ia takmi by men,
women, and children. . Directiunn for use a"nd diot
. . ' .i t i ' .
PHtfcAbElPMIA, P., Feb. 23, 18G7.
fi. T. TIelmboid, ln-ojrsnst ;
Dkak Hik I have been auflVrer for upwards of
tventy years, during- whieli time I bav vari
ous niedicinal preparations, and been ander the
treatment of the most eminent physicians, expert,
encing butlittle relief.
Having sueu your preparations extensively atl
vertised, I consulted with my family phybician in
regard to using your F.xtra-t Biichu.
1 did this became I had usexl all kinds of adver
tised remedies, and had found them worthless, and
some quite Injurious; in fact, I despaired of ever
getting well, and determined to use no remexiies
hereaijer unless I knew of the ingredients. It was
this that prompted me to use your remedy. As yoa
advertised that it was composed of bucliu, cubehs,
and Juniper berries. It occurred to me and my phy
sicians as an excellent combinuation, and with his
advice, after an examination of the article, and
consulting again wfth the druggist, I concluded to
try It. 1 commenced its use about eigtit months ago,
at which time I was confined to my room. From
Uie first bottle I was astonu-hed and gratified it the
beneficial eilect, and after using it three weeks, was
able to walk out. I felt much like wriUng you a full
statement of my case at that time, but thouet t my
improvement might only be temporary, and there
fore concluded to defer and see if it would ef.'ect a
perfect cure, knowing then it Would be -of greater
value to you, and more satisfactory to me.
I am now able to report that acure is effected after
using the remedy for hve months-
I have not ued any now for three months, and
feel as well in all respects as ever I did.
Your Bucliu being devoid of any unpleasant taste
and odor, a nice tonic and invigorator of the sys
tem, I do not mean to be without it whenever occa
sion may require its use lo uch affections.
Should any doubt M r. MeOormlck's statement, he
refers to the following gentlemen :
Hon. WnuBigler, ex-Governor, Pennsylvania.
Hon. Thos. ii. Florence, Philadelphia. ',
Hon. J. C. Knox, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. S. Black, Judge, Phiiadelpiila.
Hon. I). R. Porter, ex-Jovernor. Pennsylvania.
Hon. Kills Levis, Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. Ji. C. Urier, Judge, United states Court.
Hon. O. W. Woodward. Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. W. A Porter, City i-lolicitor, Philadelphia. ;
, Hon. John Bigler, ex-tJovernor, California.
' lion. K. Banks, Auditor-General,Wasbington,D.C.
And many others, if necessary.
Sold by Druggists and dealers everywhere. Be
ware of counterfeits. Ask for Helmbold's. Take
no other. Prick J1.25 per bottle, or, bottles for
ftt.50. Delivered to any address. Describe symp
tom In aU communications.
Address H. T. HKLMBOLD, Drug and Chemical
Warehouse, 5tH Broadway, N. Y. '
. jtrsNone are genuine' aniens done np In steel-engraved
wrapper, with foe-simile of my Chemical
Warehouse, and signed
t:-2mj IL T. HELMBOLD.
AVorls of AVIsilom for youn men, on tb
Ruling Passion in Youth and Karly Manhood, with
SKLF HKLP for the Krring and unfortunate, nt
in sealed letter envelopes, t ree of charge. Address,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia,
nianhesxli How Iettt, Hew Sestered.
Just published, a new edition of Dr.
Uulverwell's t'elebrated Kssav on the
radical cure (without medicine) of
Hpermatorrhcpa, or Heminal Weak
ness, Invo-ontary Seminal Losses,
impotency. Mental ana mvMicxi incapacity, ira
pediments to Marriuge, etc ; also, Consumption, Kp-
ueimy.ana r its, inaucea Dy seir mauigence or sexu
g Price In a sealed envelope, onlv s cents.
The celebrated author, In this admirable essay.
cieariy oemonstrates rrom a thirty years- auccessrui
practice, that tbe alarming consequences of self
abuse may be radically cured without the danger
ous use of internal medicine or the application of
ineamie: pointing out a mode or cure at once sim
ple, certain and effectual, bv means of which every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, prfvately and radically.
Mi' This lecture should be In the bands of every
youth and every man in the land.
Sent under neal, to any address. In plain envelope
postpaid, on the receipt of six cents, or two postage
price 23 cents. Address the publishers,
Cham. J. C Kline ft Co.,
13-10-y ' ' 127 Bowery, New York, P.O. 4586.
A REGULAR GRADUATE OF
il. MEDICINE, as diploma at Office will
show, has been longer engaged in the treatment
of Venereal, sexcal hi id Privatk Diavas
ks than any other ph-sician in St. Louis.
Syphilis, Uonorrba;, Gieet, Stricture. Orchittls.
Hernia, and Rupture ; all urinary Diseases and
Svphilitic or Mercurial A mictions of Throat,
Skin or Bones, are treated with unparallelled
Spermatorrhea, sexual Debblllty and Impo
tency, as the result of self abuse in youth, sexu
al excess in matarer years, or other causes, and
which produce some of the following effects, as
Nocturnal JSmissiens, blotches, debility, dizzi
ness, dimness of sight, confuiea of Ideas, evil
forebodings, aversion to society of females, loss
of memory and sexual pewer. and rendering
znHrriage improper, are permanently cured.
The Doctor's opiortunities in hospital ami
private practice are unsurpassed in St. Louis or
any other city. Back files of St. Louis pafien
prove that be'haa been located here longer than
any other so advertising. The establishment,
library, laboratory and appointments, are un
rivalled ia the west, unsurpassed anywhere.
Age, with experience, can be relied Uon, ami
the doctor can refer to many physicians through
out the country. In past success snd present
position he stands without a competitor.
The Writlna-s of a Physician vrboe rep"
utatioa ia I'ulou-wiile should
be worth reading.
Docro Whittieb publishes ttMedlrol Pamph
Irt relating to venereal diseases and tlve disus
trous and varied consequence of self-abuse that
will be sent to any address in a sealed envelope
for two stamp. Many physicians introduce pas
tients to tbe doctor after reading his med.cal
pamphlet. Communications confidential. A
friendly talk will cost you nothing. Otlice cen
tral, yet retired No. 617 St. t hnrlea street, Nt
Louis, Mo. Hours 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays i
to 2 p.m. y
NEW STEAM FERRY
The Brown villa Terry Company
BRO WNTTLLE, TfH2l3
Kortli Star .and Fhelp3 City, Moi,
the uc and commoilious Steam Ferry
THIS BOAT Is entirely new, with
power ani capacity to cross everytlilng
that may come, in any weather.
For crossing Cattle into or out of this Land Dis
trict, this is the best point. This boat fces erh)ly
fitted up to ensure safety In cmssing stork, and isrre
cattle pens are already erected at tbe St. Joe. l B.
Depot at Phelps tlty. We can future the traveling
public that all In our power shall be don to nake
this the most reliable crossing m theM issfcn fiver.
BKOWNTIL": I f
best phoduc:: rAHn
- , IN NEMAHA
FORTY Acres of ku-'X ' irr.bcr bai
lance in blsjh sta: f f Uation. All
dry Bottom Ijtnd. T ' "' : n- r? hKtses
one of them new. Stabli- S ' r . , 1 ' i !ire. " '
good young 'Osage He1
i-i the place.
Well located for stock ra
. A XL TWO
Ad.4ress the1 subf.-r0
County, Nebraska, i
" "CE' IN one
i :ri, Neniaba
rl. A. STtWAKT.
E L E P II A II T '
f - V S
r i s i
Dealer In all kinds of stock. Horses bought,
sold and exchanged. Htock boanV-d by the
day or week.
Tito Propritor has recently erected an entire
new, lare and commodeous Stable, near the
old firownville House. His stock is all fresh
and vehicles new. The public can be accom
modated at all hours,
DAY OH ISTOIIT.
A stock corrall. with ait abundant supply
of pure .water, attached to the stable. 4-ly
y a 1 rr
q 6 0 jw
At UicSlsn of the : :
Big Bed Stead
Is the place to bnjr ' j
Ket-p constantly on hand a complete assort
ment of 1
. Sofas, Beadsteadt. Wardrobet,
Bureau, Rockinq Chains,
- y CrtM,
Bed Spring. Children' Cab and Gig,
Hut and Kotewooa Moulding,
Sheet i. Pillow, Pillow
Slip, etc., etc
show oases & ornop work
LIADS TO ORDER!
And anythiruT sfTvl everything required to set
. up plain or fancy housekeeping
AU of their wa fa either manufactured or
put up under thfcff., special superintendence,
which enables then to aell sound articles at
smaller prices man LAsiern manuiaciurew
goods. , ,
is at the service of the public nt any time it
may be needed, and is gotten up In ax fine style
as any farther ease
Metalic Bnrial Cases
of all sizes constantly on hand,
Vt Eastern Prinert
"We are doing business ori ' ;
STRICTLY CASH PIUNCIPLES '
and by attention to business and the wants ol
the community, expect in the future asin the
last to receive the patronage of the publie
ecncraUj. . IIcFALL & CO.
McPlierson'a IJloclfi .
ITarduxtfe, &torcst Tinware, :
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, ' . ' ,
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, " '
50,000 Mies' Fence Wire,
v- 50,Of)f3 Mites Fence Wire.
. 50,000 Miles Fence Wire,
Pitlnhurg Iron and Xails, iW
Pituhurg Iron and Nails; '
Pittsburg Iron and Nails,
', -. - MecUtyuVs. Took,
Charter Oak Stoics,1 " .
Charter Oak Stoves, '
Charter Odk Stoves;
Besides a full assortment o everything' kept
th a. tlrtclasis ;
mm niiD .stove
Whiih xi'dl be sold as low as tlte lotresi
'...'.FOR CASH I ..
To' all who favor t with a calli
i 4 ' i i , . XJirertisin Agents,' Chicago,
I I 3-Artau!,trwji ie reonw Jdrrr
I,, i tutfr Out paper, at imrlowttt
; rate, and are Aymti fr all Sewna
I per imfie C S. and T-rrriUrrir.
BLANKS of all fcifsd, confantlyon
hand; at the Advertiser Job Office. -
JOB WORK. Neatly and riainly
' Kwuted, at the Advertiser Job Koorns.
- IS N ' ; t'i
all (r , h
i 3 0 P--i h
U - Kl
P - T
lit i r,
I86U- SPRING.- 18G9.-
tim HlUa CO.
Invite theatl'ip!on olieeUlaensof Brown
vllle and surrcV'n'iiot eomTr.tnity to their
splemlid tock of STAPLE AND 'ANCY
ste Lmi w a w' 1
LAdYt L ACIV - '
Congress a Ballon-Shociy
Sprino and Scmmf.b ITats,
CARPETS, OIL -CfAViJFIS, A5D Gr.OCESIES.
ai fMsii goods i
Choico Spring Pxinta,'
TeH Thousand Yarlls.
Twelve Thousand Yards.'
..... . i : . ;
. - .......,...
C ' V Larrwister, Olaaoow, '...
slIAgliaTn3, bcotchs, and Heaaido,
Three Thousand Yartts.''
3,500 Yards: -
Lawills, jaconets, Pcrceds. Organ-
" dies and Orenedinesj
bne Thousand Yards.'
Two Tho'ttsanci Yards.'
-a-, a aM
wiss Muslins, Plaid, Striped
and Cheeked Jaeohefs, iVan'r
sook, Victoria Lawns; , Ppo
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