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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1869)
. R. W. Faraas, Editor.
tWAtl Communication Intends tor this DPrt
sntt should 5e addresses to the Kditor.
" STcljroJiXia Fairs,
Tine Nebraska Stale Fair will l
held at Nebraska City, Tuesday, Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday, Sep
tember 28th,' Dth and SOtb, and Oct.
1st, 1853.' - Competition1 open 'to all
States in the world.
The Nemaha County Agricultural
and Mechanical Association, holds IU
Fourth Annual Fair at Brownville,
Tuesday. Wendesday and Thumlay,
September 21fct, 22d,- and 23d, 1SG9.
- Ccmnelition open to all counties.
The Bicltardson County Agricultural
Fair will be held in Salem, reb., on
the 15th, 16th, and 17th of Septemter.
We will publish the times of hold
ing other Fairs as we are advised.
"STOXEIIEXaE" MCLUKK AXD
IIabvky os tiik Horse. The pub
lishers, Torter & Coates, No. 822 Chest
nut street, Philadelphia," have sent us
a copy of "The Horse in the Stable
and the field; his management in
health and disease, by J. H. Walsh,
F. It. C. a, (Stonehenger,) from the
last home edition, with copious notes
and additions by Itobt. McLurc, M.
D., .V. ti. and an essay on the Ameri
can trotting horse, and suggestions on
tho breeding and training of trotters
by Elwood Harvey, M. D., illustra
ted with over eighty engravings."
This is one of the best works of the
kind we have ever read. The chap
ter entitled "In-and-in Breeding," is
itself worth the price of the book.
We will refer more in detail hereafter.
For the Agricultural Department
The Martha Grape
No new grape of recent Introduction
has grown so rapidly lu public estima
tion, and received such universal and
almost unqualified commendation, as
It originated from a seed of the well
planted by Mr. Samuel Miller, an en
thusiastic and Intelligent horticultur
ist of Lebanon, Fa., who raised several
other seedlings at the same time, one
of which, (the "Black Hawk,") has
obtained some notoriety; but the
Marthla has proven far superior to all
others, and now justly ranks as the
most valuable white grape for general
culture yet introduced in the United
In vigor of growth, as well as In
perfect health of foliage, it is so exact
ly a'counterpart of the Concord, that
the same description would apply
equaUy to either variety. In hardi
ness" and productiveness, it is also In
no wise inferior to its parent ; while
in the quality and flavor of its fruits,
it is, both as a wine and table grape,
greatly its superior.
Earlier specimens of the Martha,
from young and Immature vines, have
been somewhat smaller fn both bunch
and berry, than the Concord ; but with
increasing age and strength, the size
of both have increased ; and last sea
son, very handsome clusters of four
and a half Inches in length, with ber-
J J. J. a 1 t
Ties mree-iounns oi an men in amm
eter were produced, and the present
year promises to exceed these dimen
In color, the Martha grape Is very
handsome and attractive. A delicate
pale green, thinly coated with a pearl
white bloom, and a faint amber tint
next the sun. Skin thin, semi-transparent,
partially revealing the small
and few seeds when fully ripe. In
flavor It is of the Concord character,
with something of the native fvr&mo,
but more refined, sweet, and rich than
the Concord, and free from coarsness
next the skin or seeds. It has been
louna, Dy repeated trials, to register
10 higher in sugar by the must-scale
than the Concord, giving 92 against
82 for the Concord, from the same
It has been also tested for wine In
Missouri, by Mr. Geo. Hammond, and
perhaps by others, and found to make
a white wine of very high character ;
and Its value for this purpose can be
hardly over estimated.
In the Martha may be found a grape
that may be planted with confidence,
and that will disappoint no reasonable
expectations that may be formed of It.
Wherever the Concord grape will suc
ceed, no fears need exist of planting
the Martha extensively, and of reap
ing adequate rewards.
Two points of superiority over the
Concord may be mentioned. One is,
a week to ten days earlier .ripening;
the other, a greater tenacity of the
pfcin of the Martha, rendering it much
lees liable to crack in wet weather, and
also to bear hawking, packing and
shipping much better.
A word of caution to buyers of plants
may be added, for the vines are so
much like the Concord in growth and
habits, the temptation to substitute
may be too strong for the elastic con
science of irresponsible "tree pcdlers,"
and U would be certainly safe to buy
J.Iartha vines only from known and
responsible parties, whose name and
reputation would be a guaranty for
the genuineness of what they sell.
, Geo, W. Campbell.
Meeting or Wool-Grower.
Cincinnati, August 5. At a special
meeting of the North-western Wool
Growers and Manufacturers' Associa
tion, held thi3 morning, th following
resolutions were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, Frequent changes !n
legislation in regard to t&rilT and taxes
create fluctuations and uncertainties
h I srhly injurious to business men ; and
Whereas, The tariff on wool and
woolens was agreed on by representa
tive wool growers and manufacturers
and adjusted for mutual justice, there
fore Bcsolivd, That we approve of the
present wool and woolen tariff, and
eonsider any agitation' or radical
tbange injurious and ill-timed.
Jlcxolved, That we are opposed to
t-ie renewal of wLut U known aa the
Canadian Reciprocity Treaty.
2a,lvedt That as the interests of
1 ool growers and manufacturers
. V;e United State are identical it Is
rt and highly proper that they
r.oua cultivate more friendly rcU-
ons; and to that end should attend
- expositions more frequently..
From the New York Tribune.
A Htm Tlironsfci Virginia.
Though repeatedly a visitor to the
outskirts, and even the capital of Vir
ginia, I had never passed through the
heart of that State until last week,
when, in compliance with an invita
tion from friends interested In certain
Mineral lands on her north-western
border, I passed and re-psssed along
her central line of railway from Alex
andria, by way of CuJpcpper.Gordons
ville, Cliarlottsville, Lynchburg, Lib
erty, Chrlstiansburg, and so far down
the Tennessee Railroad as Dublin de
pot, Pulaski County,-thence visiting
and traversfng the adjacent county of
Giles, which is skirted by New River,
on its course irom me iuwuumuus i
North Carolina to emerge.ns it leaves
this county, through a gap In the
mountains into West Virginia, and
form, with the (Jreenbrier, the Great
Kanawha. Some notes of what I
tJila hnrripd lOlirilPV
mar interest those who are either al-
. a- itt
tyji it pnnnecieu wnu hikhhu, ui
who contemplate mlgratioe thither.
fack of tiik country.
Central Vinrlnla is emphatically a
'rollinff" country t with mountains of
moderate acclivity and steepness,
wooded or cultivated to their crests,
almost always visible on the north
and west. Beyond Christiansburg.
the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad
passes through or among some spurs
of the Allegheny range: and hence
mountains are uen tisiuac u uu
imminent in either direction. As a
whole, this is a "hill country" of re
markable beauty and healthfulnes.
Tide-water .Virginia" is subject to
chills and fevers, which a compacter
population and better husbandry will
ultimately eradicate ; -but I could
hear of none that originated in the
"Piedmont" or more Westerly region.
The cadaverous countenance too often
encountered are the result, not of ague,
but of the immoderate, incessant use
soil, cultivation, products.
Most of the land I saw Is of the
"red-land" variety, well known in
New-Jersey and Maryland a sort of
clayey loam tinged with iron or some
kindred mineral, and often testifying,
where it has been cut through by the
railroads, to its marine origin. It is
naturally strong and fruitful, free
from stone, easily worked when not
too wet, and inviting deep and thor
ough culture, while rarely addicted to
weeds. Yet the unwooded portion of
it has been so long and so steadily
treated as badly as possible plowed
three to five inches, rarelyg or never
manured, devoted to Wheat, Tobbaco,
and Corn, and never seeded when
thrown out of cultivation, that it
seems wholly exhausted. A drouth
has prevailed for weeks through most
of this region, and the average stand
of Indian Corn is miserable. I am
confident that I saw ten thousand
acres that M ill not yield five bushels
per acre; much of it not one ear of
sound corn per acre. I noticed that
the shocks of wheat and oats often
standing in the field were small and
far apart. Tobacco is a" favorite crop
throughout," and it generally makes a
poor show. Even where clover (every
where greatly needed) has been sown.
It is too often allowed to stand till
dead ripe, and then, the little life left
In it is deliberately fried out by days of
needless drying in the swath or'cock.
Other grasses may be treated a little
more insanely, but not much. As a
rule, they are cut too late, and left out
too long to make themselves into hay
that only the severest pangs of hunger
will induce cattle to eat. There are,
of course, exceptions fields of thriftv
corn or tobacco, stacks and stubbles of
bounteous Y heat, or Oats, fair fields
of second growth clover, &c, &c, to
attest tne trutn
"I'valn oar toil.
We ongbt to blame the culture, not ihe soil;"
and I am confident that, even without
fertilizing, these same barren fields,
that now serve no purpose but to re
pel immigration, would yield fair
crops if simply plowed twelve Inches
instead of four. Time and again was
I told of the drouth, and the Inability
of the people to buy fertilizers,
where it was manifest that simply
confining to ten acres the labor and
now absolutely squandered on thirty
or forty would have insured the culti
vator a decent return for his efforts,
where he will not now receive twenty-five
cents for each fair day's work.
Secession was a transient delirium ;
but here is madness persisted in from,
youth to age, and handed down from
generation to generation. And it
seems to me that the habit of sloven
ly, niggardly farming is so inveterate
that -only through a large infusion of
new blood is renovation probable.
In company with Col. R. W. Fur
nas, President of the State Agricul
tural Society, and J. Sterling Morton,
of the News, we took a short drive in
the country on Friday afternoon. The
Colonel was collecting notes on the
subject of fruit growing, and we made
the farm and orchard of Mr. Morton
one of the main points on our route.:
We found his orchard consisting of
some thirteen hundred trees, pro
ducing a vast variety of fruits, about
one-half of which are alrrady bearing.
The several classes show that great
pains have been taken in pruning
and training them, and the owner is
now being richly repaid by an abun
dant yield of their respective fruits.
One small switch of a pear tree Is car
rying a load of upwards of three hun
dred pears. Grapes and all kinds of
small fruits known to thialnilrurfp arm
cultivated by Mr. Morton, and no
country in tne wona can surpass the
return for the labor.. Mrs.' Morton is
cultivating a rrreat varietv of rnro nnrl
beautiful shrubs and flowering plants
wnicn give tne place tne appearance
of a most complete and pleasant home.
We next direct our pnnrkt tn
"Greggeport heights," where we en
tered the premises of Mr. Shepard,
who has a snug little farm of a half
section, forty acres of which are plan
ted closely with fruit trees. Mr.
Shepard estimates that he has five
thousand trees in his orchard, and
that one-half of them are bearing this
The Colonel was astonished at 4he
showing made on the two farms. He
is an extensive fruit grower, and is
fully persuaded that Nebraska will
soon stand among the first Western
States, in fruit growing. We expect
to hear a good report from him. Neb.
Tn Bn!m2;ne4 hare th largest stork of
EVERGREENS filiO FOREST
In the mark, atwi .! el!";;tr th m t e mnrii Ire
price than it is i.sitli? to Anin them f !Mvviifi-e
urvrrmn ran boy of us mow Mfdllnp tre f
tHHU-r quul'tr, fir th Hum niofv, t korrr.
(lyiaAiirtTHa. bvtra varieties, in Hts of I O
9t uxor ooiU lor .
CX,Ca per TIlQTJ3i:Z5.
W o't AiH"i Vfw, fhe rwvt re aniT
mnt val'iithi- rf lerprn in the cr. i.
r ?--nl it) - lor Ij's-o f1(r-:rt;v vn
r;T" Aa" Ut
KZm . fcturreon ty, Wis-
To 'HVieat Grocers.
Out Descriptive Prfe list ef Cioice
SEED WHEATS ?
is Wed, and will XIalla nUZ2
to amy eaa delrins, oa receipt ef ad
dress. "We oZer a selection ef Tery
SpridrTJrieties, ad a Tery yrime
article ef imre, cleea seed. '
. ED. J. EVANS & CO,
NCRSEBTMEI AlttJ gEEnSXEIT,
We have a law utook of the following article,
with mitnT other, which weoflVr VltY low tocanh
Imver. Warr itwi true to name, and HOOD INf
KVtltY KKSPECT. .
Al Pr-ara, Caen-leu. Pearfcea, 11 una,
Ouisicra, ;me, Kattpberrie,
Ornamental Treca. Skruliij
Flowers, lowering Shrubs, ore.
We want K'xxi reliable man, who can come well
recommended, to act an nrent for on. In every county
In Jv'etwattka, Kaunas, Missouri and Iowa, to seU on
Commission or Salary.
K L. KOBB A CO., .
M i t
T. C. IIAXVriX & HTIQ
OLD CASTLE NURSERIES
GEXETA, OXTARIO COm N. Y.
Invite the attention of
Dealers and Planters,
to their extensive ami reliable assortment of
Choice Nursery Stock
includiog . -
Frelt Treea PtaiKlard and IhrarfJ
Oraaaaentnl Treeaa4 Sfcrcfce-Ueckluoaa
SmmJ Fralta-C;rreT?eee-All varieties;
Ke, Grrce IIe mm4 ReUlm
rUat Balba, &c. '
either for their own planting or to aell again, ere re
quested to give as a call or write for particulars,
enclosing stamps for catalogue as follows : 1
Descriptive Catalogue of Fre its three red stamps.
Descriptive Catalogue of Ornamentals three red
Wholesale Trade list one red stamp.
T. C MAX WEI. Sc BROS,
Genera, Ontario, Co., Jf. Y.
Tiio TZaltcr Grapo.
Per Per Per
fin. 75. KJO.
I2S 1HS (C40
170 IW 331
213 310 4a
ri J3 H
Xo. I one year.
No. 5 do
No. 1 do
Two years best.
IX LAKOK Q UASTJTTKS A T MUCH REDUCED
Saccharine Tests for YTine.
At the Jfational Saccharine Tt for Wine, at
HammondHrt. N. Y., Oct itih. lwJt, the QUnwba
stotMl In saccharine matter 91 H'aMr 99 Irmm 101
Drtairart IfX Thisrfwt was made with 17 ounces of
tbe Walter.somewhai frosen, to 21 ounces of each of
the other vurietiew.
Kext morning theSnperintendent Clerk, and one
or the Directors of the Pleasant VAliey Wine Co.
(tbe parties who condticteil tbe test the dav before.)
to satisfy themselves of the merits of the 'Walter
by an equal trial, tented 17 onces of lona from the
same lot that were used the ir before, and the
saccharometer stood at 91 the Walter beatlnr it K
Had 17 ounces of the Delaware and Catawba been
pressed equally hard with the Watttr, their skins
and centres bcinc -acid, the Delaware would have
sioon lower and tbe Catawba proporttonably below
tbe Delaware. All theotber varieties ranged much
lower than those enumerated above.
There had bori constant rains and damp weather
n the section where the Wailrr erew its competit
ors trowinti nt Hsmmondxportari'i tvur th lakes,
where ther bad been but little nun durinir the sea
son ft ry w ! S and weather being necossary for the
perfect swdeninir of grrsps.
A committee of the American Institute Farmer's
dub, in a recnort of Sei-t tZ, rrintml lathe
Kew York S"ni-Weekly TriVi!f Scjt S .h.e'ter
KOMkij-noft'o'iiiai s nf tiis ti'nVr, sars tV'e
cohciu'H' ilte iifiurr'iiihf vr!i sole ifraiie in the
irrrre rirlr fs ne ev"r iw ifi.no t.i s frs
vf iAkP l.ttfi, in wesu-rn ew York, on i.'j siale
soil of weHent Pennsylvania, and wherever else
naiive grsies are suoceiruiiy grown."
Lrtterfrom Ckarlr JTnotrry, one o the oldest riw-
VncsTTABD Poixt, filter Co.. ?r.T
iLay 19. ms. J
Wrartra. Jrril OtvtenodL
lr.m Hi am : Your of the lKa T am In receipt of,
1b a tiich you ask II I have aav objection to sending
yoa. for publication, we nets l am scnoauiitea wun.
In relation to the character of the H'aUrr iimrpe. I
have never Indorsed tbe character or nsefulneas el
vines, or i-twr articles of any dencriptkin.aod would
not at my present stage of lire were-It not for two
roneons wakit seem suntcient urn, i know the
Vitilrr Grtm will meet tbe prejudices widesoread
throtrhat the Country, eH!l by the worthleranees
In iwA loliUt or many or its predecessors. Hmv
ond. becaose I can aay from persona) observation
thnt the UaitT is the best variety I have bad any
kiwwie1eof. and I think I baveculUvatrd nearlr
ail that hare been recommended, discard!?' ttwrii
all S!h1 fal.mc back upon the Con -or-J sod Hartford
knowinfe that the fruit of lb Haltrr rrows lanrer
ear-h year as the vine rrows !hr, being laetyear
tuny one-t'iira iarper ir.an was two years airo. It
prow- well ; sets fnut wp!L I hare wn it ripe sev
eral times before Hsrtford. and I have never seen
anv miiilew on its fruit or on iu Ur?an4t thtc, but
Ielsware shaped foliage. Tbe bsvor of the fruit I
Lb I us: superior to any other variety. Yon say in
your circular It Is a seetflin of the Delaware and
Dans; I think the character of each of these varie
tur is (intte listlnpu;shshi In ti e l n arr, pa rticu
larlv ti of the lelaware. I aisd Uiink tt would
make a wine of hiirh character. I have visited it
annnslly since It flrxt bore, six years afro, three times
In l'lter (.. K. In a low valley, wUere the I.na-
heua sei'lom rtnens, ana eacn lime it was fully ripe
InAutruKt. I have seen it each of tbe three put sea
sons in PonEhkeefie. miening Hi the same time,
exrevfinc hut ytr, when the constant rains pre
vented all vriH;is from maturing at their moal
time, but i. -rrectedi ix fruit by the middie of Sep
tember. The miv.tts of the lat nietitJoned croo I
hitvf wn nti'f enten, which were frooL from its
fv-t'ding in th low va.iley a:irt tf naeious clay of
M-lftiA, and u!- in tl)f dry l.;ev- position in
l'oui;h.e:wie. 1 think it will be iscii tuUixed to tbe
vsn.'U sttious of our couatry. You may make
wiiAl ever ue of taese piniK vi dcn proper.
Yourr''v, CIIA "'s WiniLKf,
1'i.iiiiis ?. cayv; a an
3-y - Vuthkeei!.i,Tr V.
GREG DRY'S SEED CATALOGUE.
I have over l.vtv acres la Svi on mv
f'Jires &t'el Farms, In Marhiebeal. Mrss,, wJEre I
liav Riiw overon hundred variit the rs-4
tut prrfrrtt i.Aai4 I import many etck
sHi frnrc I itw. 1 !ro".Miri frrcw'TS. As : ofe
i. i.il i75 irx.ir -t i ki-xhx-mrA Suach, Ji.i..!,.
Ii-1 X- H.tu)TiciU Ca:u-e. and m.i: v new mnA rtrp
vt--i ., 1 in-Ue tlie PHtronsreof the rnHhc
pr tt nr.. JiMl.S J. H. C HX)KY.
ftiuna M.irblehead. Haas-
- Davenport, IoTFa7; V ,
If yoaWrant a good article of Nursery Stock,
Grape Tines, Cirraits, Golerrlss,
Kar berries, Blaeif berries, ' '
Strawberries. Ctoerry Trees, Pea
" Trees, KvrerKreems, ad
DUtMasai Trtei, " -
Bend rout orders to
' J. W." PEARMAN,
or R. VT. FTJRKAS, BrowBvlllo. j '
Catalngti free- .
T)EACH KEES. Crawford's, Hale
17- and others, 6 feet, ,!1Q per 100
Hams vartetlea, stocky trees 4 to- 7 per loo
Pear and Cherry Trees, 1 j r., 1st class 15 per 100
Appl Trees, I jr., selected, 3ft.
a per ii
40 per M
150 per M
4 per Itfi
" " 5 to 7 ft
Apple Grefl rwwfly winter varieties.
Clinton Gntpes, 2 years, well rooted.
Concord tirupea, s years, ezira..
Delaware Grapes, I years, extra
iHKdlttle Kasberry, tips
Klttinnv Blackberry, well rooted
10 per 100
3D ner 100
10 per M
s per iw
8 per 100
Wiiaou iUack berry, weu rootea.
Also Rwersreen Roses,
sad a reneral assortment of Nursery Stock, Includ
ing Piums.Uolden Dwarf Peach, Quinces, Grapes in
vsrletr, Cuirants, Grooseberries, Strawberries, ALL
AT LOW RATES. Samples sent at wholesale price,
-send for price list ,
234m ' - Wataira, Knox County, IIL
NEW SEEDLING POTATOES.
Three new kinds, of great excellence,
not tobe found in any other catalogue; are engraved
and fully described in my nev seed catalogue, $mt
gratis In OIL 1 A3aES J. II. GREGOKY,
iebS5-6m ' ' Marblehead Mass.
Plant Clxoico Fruits.
NOAV IS TIIE TIME TO ORDER.
I will send fine 8AEEM GRAPES by
mall for 81 each. Rocers 4, IS. 19, at 50c each. Kit
tatlnoy and Wilson's Karfy Blackberries rt tl per
doien, by mail. Clark Ilaspberry, ?'1'0 per do.
Philadelphia do, fl. per doxen, all by rnII.
I will deliver t4ie following at Express oii;ra,prop
selr packed, at the followins prices: C oncord Grapes
Hand 10 per hundred. D faware, Dwn, Crevel
Ing and Ive's Seedling, f!5 pee hundred.- Salem
Grapes at f7 $.10 and I0 per hundred. Bogers 4, 1&,
and 19 at f JO per hundred. Fine Rose at ft per
dosen. Alarahai reuitose (Dy msii) wwn.
. - Rochester, N. Y.
PEACH TREES. Crawfords. Hale,
and others, Ave feet fl per 100
Pear and Cherry Trees, 1 yr 1st claas IS
AppleTreee in variety, 1 yr 3 feet 4
A ppls Grafts, at low rates.
Abo, a full assortment of Knrsery stock, of all
mfif. Samplrt sent at wholesale price.
.Specimen Orchard contains over X00 bearing;
trees of Arf ir ttmd CArrry.
Send for Price List JJOV COOPER,
febU-m BWffn, A'nar CtxnnJy, Jtt. '
SEEDS, ROOT GRAFTS. Osape
OranseSeed. prime, new; $15 perbnshel,
Apple Seeds, Peach Pits, frozen. Root Grafts, Ap
ple, pecked, lO.ono, f-n. Osase Hedjre plants. Lst cl.,
1,000, S3; 10,000, fix Peach llale'srly sndothec
best sorts. Stocks Apple, Pear, Plum. Cherry,
Quince, Ac. Roses, Evergreens, Grapes, Downing
Gooseberry, Charles downing Strawberry, Black
berriea, RAspberries. Green IiouseSJletldlnt Plants.
Dahlias. lilies, Ac bend 10c. for tftree Otaloguea,
F. K. PIIOKXIX,
Bloom ineton Nursery.
fob&Cm McLean Co., Illinois.
or .iiiiiEii? snap.
Having Just opened, at ?fol 54 Main street, Brown-
- A'GPIUJDID - :
Stock of Jfnilnery Goods, we would call public at
tention to tbe fact that every rood
' OTLjBAITD :
may. at reasonable prices, procure for his "better
half' all she may wish In our line, of which every
be JTo. t, and made up In the best of style, and that
UvT;mr vouiiG lady
may here find Just what she wishes In the way of
lists, iTtmminrs, raiierns, etc livery one
T7HO THADE3 VITH
ns msv rest amnred that we will snare no pains to
give entire satisfaction, as we are In daily receipt of
the latest novelties in our line uive us a cau.
MRS. BEAU 4b MOOHK.
Peru Livery G table, v
cm nt it c tv'C
' Dealer la - '
All Kinds or toolc.
XTortei Hrftslit, Sold, er HxcJuvngevd.
Stock Boarded by the Day or Week.
HT STABLES are stocked with good Horses and
bnggies. Persons wishing cmveyanoe to any por
tion of the Nemaha Land District can be accommo
Pern Iz IlrorcTnvillo Coach
Ieaves my Stables every morning at 10 o'clock A.
M. rassencers or packages saroly conveyeo. lr
ders left with the Postmasters will be promptly at
tended to. lt-i-J
J. II. SHOOK & .BROS.,
Mannfsctnrer and Dealers In Native Lumber
of all kinds, lengths, breadths and thickness,
H IL L SD ALE
IHZIAIIA COUNTY, HXUItASKA.
They own and run oneof the beat 8aw Mills
In the state, and will furnish
SIECZIAXXCS AND DLILDER8
with a bill of Lnmber of best quality, on
short notice, at the Lowest Market rrice.
Lath and Pickets
Always on hand for sale.
. They also sell cheap nt their store In IIllIs-
dale all staple Dry Goods and Groceries, and
sooh articles s are In general use.
Remember, the business, the men, and the
. Q El
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry
XT. Z. 3 IXaia Stret, HmmrUl.
- JOSEPH SHUTZ, -.
f TTns Just opcTted and VlU constantly
t w , i ecp oa hand a Urse and wll nsaorted
f .. iicKk. of pemilne articles In his Una.
.1! " .'ilct Clocks, VratcLes,8Pd Jew-
e-y wee cn Jsjort notice. . '.
ALL froIZJT WAZlZAXTZJfo
TOR -"WORK, Neatly and riainly
t -ZlSectt&ed.at UJt Advertiser Job ltonmt
. . BT. JOSEPH, MO.
WHOLESALE AJO) EKAIL DEALER Ef
Iron, Steel, and Heavy
WAGON.Carriage.and Plow Works,
AgrlcnltareJ Implements, Sprines,Ax
els. Axes, Shovels. Spad, Files, Rasps. Chains,
Carrlaee-a Tire Bolts. Nutu and Washers, ails,
Ilorseand aTule Shoes. Saws. Casting and Hollow
Ware. Buw Kettles, Andirons. Skulets i and Lids,
Stew Pot, Bake Ovens, Fruit Kettles and Sad Irons.
CRAClisSilTII'S TOOLS :
Anvils, Stocks and Dies, Bellows, Sledpre and
Ha id Hammers. Vices, Pincers, Rasps, iarrters
Knives, Tire Iron, Ac
Or Voltes, Axle Grease. Ox Chains, Wapon Jacks,
Ox Shoe "ails, Shovels, Picks, etc Hubs, Spokes
Aerrlcnltaral Implements :
PLOWS, Eagle Mowers, McCormlck'S
Reapers and Mowers, Kallers Horse
iu.. di a n . am u.ii ir v ( v.in t iiltivatAra.
Hand Corn Shell era, Hay Rakes, etc, ete.
AG EXT FOB
Burinjc my roods direct from manufacturers
J offer very great Inducements to - :
WHOLaALK BUVEWl '
J. A. riSXK.
T. R. BEYJf OL90
f AT 1'
PIItTiRaiRCTls O IXSS, Proprietor
Eight street, two blocks from R. R. Depot, 1
ST. JOSEPH, MO. 4oly
- W. M. AVYETH & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer In
HARDWARE & CUTLERY
No. South Third, bet Felix A Edmond ts
' . ST. JOSEPH. MO.
HARNESS, Skirting; and all kinds
of Saddles, Leather. Bridles, Hardware,
c, constantly on hand. Agent for Ditson's Circa,
lar Saws and Marvin's Safes. 4y
'WOOLWORTH & COLTt "
And Dealers In
PAPER HANGINGS, AND
No. 12, 2d St., St. Joseph. Mo.
CASH PA ID FOR BAGS
Corner Sixth and St. Charles Streets,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Dealer in Lime, Hair and
PLASTER, WHITE SAND, FIRE BRICK
e Ac., Ar., Ac.
, ,A"Vi!.M.-f,, .
7ereGoIdln tholTcar 1G33
- : -.- " V ' - V " IS BT9CACS
:dt c::e has eueh failed
THE PERFECT OPERATION OF EVERY
chahtsu oah exovs
A!n WHKKirrKB KN0WX
THEY STAND UimiVALLED
For simplicity of Manarement
And for Cleanliness In Cooking;,
m - i iv . n .
AMiuicvurvu in tu tv e-ri, muA
Uptei to the wants of
Y7estern& S outhern Pe ople
ourrij no kooo nooseEeeper can anora
to be without one.
YOK rSJCX LIST, ADD BESS
Excelsior- Manufaclorin' Co,
612 & C14 IS. BIAIX STEET,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
35-to .BROWXVIIXE, XEB,
Is fully prepared to do all kinds of
Omanicntal Pain.tir:.T, :
0UldJsis Claxlag, PaxerUagla-,
BLANIIS cf all fch:j?r ccnstaatly ca
hand, at the Advertiser Job OS re.
CARDS, BILLHILDS, CIRCU
LARS, at the Advertiser Job OClc.
We have on hand a large
To -which cio xnaliir co
vro crs csllins at Prices 3
s? Xslisa- srfPpl
In the QuaKty' of cur Gccd3
FLOUR OF THE MOST
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES
HOSIERY MID. WHITE GOODS.
And every other kind of Goods kept In a Western Store, which we will
Wbenever yoE are in
Corner 31aln and Second Streets,
ITii'Mt St., nrownvillo, Nebraska.
A PERFECT SEtF-XlAILEZl!
f ' " - ' ." " - - '"-si1
AWU A PERFECT MOTfER
ALL COMBINED IN ONE.
J. I. CASE & CO.'S
WHITEWATER AND BAIN'-WAGONS.
THE BEST TTAGOXS TIADE!
WE SEI.L ALL TIIE
EIATiTESTEIl, ECDCC & TEI'IIE'"ir jn"-T
ninsT, joii- n. jiay, cayigI raisa-; crcxi
SAMPLES ON HAIfD OF ALL MAfTTTTvr t- .rrr"
" n1 T narantw to nit
r i rn
FIBST ST., BET. ZIAIN
t , aj ) i mi
and well assorted stock of
nstant as.ddil!cz3, csdT7liich
lovr C3 eny Hocc3 xjqzz of
WE DEPY C0HPETITI01T.
PIUCE PAID POIl
SWAN &, UIIO.
Town Caff and See Us!
a3iat W aaTtfa
ILL . -1
yon In GOODS and P-rr .
jjl. -iisaci, dir., cJ Co
i i - i
t ATLANTIC. BBO WNVILZIL
c. a. & g. v. ncncirr
REAL ESTATE AGEIiXs
Scalers in T7rrt-
Uuraua Sell Real jeLj
Select & LccitaGGTcrrn-tl-
ATTEND TO CONTESTED C..S KT '
V.S. LAND OFFICE, AND
A large quantity of First Class UniTT
sale In Nemaha, Richardson, rawuee jj
son and Gage Counties, Nebraska, tow
the attenUon of purchasers Is speeiay,
Hardware, Stoves, Timcare,
Hardware, Stoves, Timet,
Hardware, Stoves, Th-vxafre,
50,000 Miles ir
5o,coo sftcs-Kn rH;
Pittsburg Iron and Nailr,
Pittsburg Iron and Nails',
Pittsburg Iron and Nails,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Besides a ftill assortment of STeryiin. tTy
In a first class
lUODI'lf HID SI
Which trill be sold as love as the hwtt
FOR CASH !
To all who favor us with a call.
Is the only perfected aal
preparation cf its kind
ever oSered to thepu&icv
and has no competitor
in merit. B its w
GILVY IIAIH is foes
restored to its original
youthful color and bril
liancy, which is so raaca
admired by all. Perscts
whose hair is thin or falHaj
out will, by the use of on
effects a.s by its tonics?!
GE017TH! hair elands wUl b iacftel
and the hair groT tiJci
and strong acila. Iac4
of Bate ms It wUlcrt'J.3
a new trrovth unless tia
cles are destroyed. It
Tf?T i coolie, and allays al
itching and irritation d
the scalp. It docs not stain
the skin 03 do dyes, bat
makes the scalp white aa l
lillUJiLn jt js the best and' raw?
economical preparation a
the world, as its effect
last so xnnch longer. Send
for our Treatise on tie
air, free to all, by ralL
Soli ky all n3 jlsts tnjl Daiisri U Mtdleb,
cooir. coounn & co.
Genl Asts for Horti-Vestara Eutf
JlcCREERY & NICIIELL,
CITY DRUQ 8TORK.
For restoring Cray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Ctftf
. A dressing wlick
Is Jtt occe n?"'
.Talrlr. nd effect
. hair. Faded or pl
Aa m soosj ft
to its original ofr
trith the Jon V
' freshness of f!'
Tl.Ir. l,slr is tiid-
ened, falling hair checked, and
ness oQen, though not alwaj?. curJ
by its use. Nolhbtr can restore u
iiair wnero ma louicies are uu i
or the glands atrophied and decayg
But such aj remain can bo sared I
usefulness by this application.
. 1 . f ... i J-MrflTtti
cf fouling the hair with a paT
ment, it will keep it clean and tiW'
Its occasional use will prerect ti
from turning rrar or falling ffJ
consequently prevent baldness- ,
from tho3e deleterious substances wa
make some preparations danerocs -
iniurious to the hair, the V igor v
only benefit but cot ham it. If ir3'
merely for a
nothing else can be found so
Containing neither oil nor dje, it
not soil white cambric, and 1 r
- . .IV
long ou the hair, giving it a ncfl 1 .
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ay:r li
, P2ICS S1.C3.
soidbr , '
McCHEEIlY & SI CUE"
CITY DKra STORE,
rT T TS3 I t-tn.Ta and S'.' ?
HATS AND CATS.-A1J Vg'
and Styles, at HETZ.
tob printinc?, m ofiS
t cnTrrs proas Dtir ck51S a t
1 Job Once.
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