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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1869)
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aZZna mnrtu fcervlcea every otbsr feuudsy Morn
01 SU,K5,y DAVIS. Rector.
a PXrsT CHURCH. Corner Fourth and Atlan-
(f mrtH-15. Serviofi every Sabbath except tlie third
; ,n " ' T. S. LOWE, 1'u.stor.
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' . n V TtrnwnvlllR Lodire ICo. J. I. O. O. F.
' .Jit on Tiii-vlnveveninjrof wli week.Ht 'o'clock
Hm "t their liall iu the Urej tnieyer Brick, on
Vaio Street- . -
All veiling Brollies are Invited,
j oiuj. W. Dorset, Becy.
k V A; A. M. NemahAValley Lortre No.4, A.
' A M ,meel on the lMt and d .Saturdays in
' t. n.VintJi at i o'clock p.m., at their Hall iu tle
er Brick, on Main Street.
ill vixitlnK Brothein are invited.
Ja. Al. Hack
Arrival and Dcpnrmre of the Mails.
Vi.rthern, ftilern and Southern departs at 11 a.
' . arrives Kt J p. m.
jiulo Mail arrive at Hp. m.; dermrta at a. m.
. : ... xi., I .rrniw ut 12 m 1i-Luirts at 2 D. m.
i J,.t,i,. Mull arrives Monrtuyn. WednesdHys and
vndvsat p.m.; dejaruj TuetMlitjB.Thursduys and
"Va'rrK'e Friday, at 4 p. m
ut r i m.
v,rt "irice HMirTrom 7 a. m., to 71,' P-m. Sui
" 'Time Table St. Joe. and C. IL K. It.
On aid nft'-r MayUd, ISO, Train will leave rhelps
Paenrer Jv.- 'U J- -Vieneer
Iave T '-
rrciji.t- ie wv-
Mi.il trains dti'ly except Sunday.
lwiiy ecept Monday.
Ii.llv exrent Saturday.
i'J7 p. in.
J7:iW p. nu
11:25 a. ru.
Va-Jach K.-rs' Omnibus leave Brownville for
tfctlevot at - "' I1U
J. I. Colhapp, Editor.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1SG9.
Tr stationary or a Good Cigar go to
lists and Flower A splendid 6tock at
II. C. Lett'a iihw resldenoo, corner of 2nd
and Mi"wirl utrroti promises to bcouoof the
fluetit iu the city.
X Matter what Book. Puper or Magazine
tou nantvou will save money by going to
The Latrat Pattern Just received from
MaJam iX-Morrest's Etuporium of Fashion,
Mt . MRS. BEAR'S.
! State FalrQuite n number of oar citi
zen" nre now it ottendenoe on the State Fair
at Nebraska City. To-morrow Is the last
Cog White Lead, Ju.t received.
McCHEEIXY i NICK
; rroet. A heavy frort TUited this section
;at eniiday nltht, vHUug much small gar
den truck. Monday It wat cold 'enough to
rke a fire feel comfortallo all day.
Finiprnttwn ' tMl f"ittcr!n2 Into this
ectlon of Nebraska by wagon, and crossing
at tliU oint ; while the stream of new faces
pouring In by railroad continues unabated.
Traveling Baskets for the Ladles.
' ' McCREERY 4 NICKEL.
Cast aba hT who was cut up by Wright a
week arolaat Saturday, Is fast reeoverlng In
;b hands of Dr. Stewart. He. Is now abla to
It up, and more determined not to die of Ills
wounds than ever.
The Atelilaon County Fair opened yes
terday and will continue through today and
tomorrow. We understand there will be a
Vvf.y contet in me trotting match Tor the
TTrpurc made up by thet ltlzensof IlK kport,
"Bolts Wall Taper, direct from New York.
MeCREERY & N1CKEU
The Latest News I
. The Latest Magazines I
The Lateat Illuvtrafcd Papers
' Can always bo found at Pollock's PostolHee
News IVjHit ; where subscription for any
periodical or paper published In the United
Males in- t'anadas will also be received.
Lnni, of the latest Myles, at
McCKEKRY & NICKEL'S.
Col. Fnrnas, the President of the State
Acricultural Society, Senator T. W.Tipton,
Mr. and Mr. Brntton, Mrs. May, Mrs. Ilct
iM. Col. Mcjors and JarvlsS. Cliurch lea this
eek to ai tend the State Fair In Nebraska
Browsville, Sept. 28, lf9.
Edior A ttrrrtitcr : I learn that some of ray
friends presented nty name as a Candidate
for the Senate at the Republican Convention
Vu; Saturday, and whllo I. feci grateful to
ay frkmds for their confidence In live, I do
Ire to say that my name was used without
uy knowledge. I did uot wish to be a can
didate for that office tills fall.
. A, P. Cogswell.
McCreery A Nickel's Immence variety.
i The Johnson County Fair commences
Tit'xt Wednesday and continues over Thurs
day and Friday. Preparations are on foot to
injikeUiis Fu the bel ever held in the in
i riwr of the State. Wc hope a large attend
ance will he present from this city and coun
,T to eu courage thlsflrst effort of our young
andthTjrJug sister county.
Trade, In this City, is fast assuming Its
ld-faslii()iUxl briskness, and every day this
id last weelt has aeemed like n Saturday
la the "flub times" of long ago. Good crops
are loosening tlht pursesti lugs, and the fact
'lftt tills U the cheapest place to purchase
Iry GooU., Oroeerles, Hardware, Lumber,
'tcon the Missouri river Is fast fixing itself
the mhidsorthe jeople of Southern Ne
raks, tJbia is bound to be the trade centre
f tkis Lad DistricU
We sell pure goods only.
' McCREERY & NICKEL.
S e"iaU:ar Kaee. We mot In our city
jtliUwoek Andrew Swaringin, who came to
; Rroa-iiTille in liVt, and remained until ISiS,
hen. he went west, and luis since bec.t in
j ft,krlyai of the western States aud Terrlto
5 ri. JTi- ;.s on hi way to bis folk in Illinois
: "hotn lie has not seen since lSit. We also
; eeCspt. LT. Wliytelu this city lastTues
; day. These pleasaut old-fathlonad faces
"Ty one forcibly back to the rollicking, hap
' PT Hush times" of '56-7. The times" may
, eou,e agalu, but, Uie fun never 1
. ' ' ' " : '
: llOOOpiaVa for Bear Within the past
' day another of J. K. Bear's speculations
hvwme tollrht by which he carried off
. ?!W0 more than he has heretofore received
Ilt for. Several weeks before Btrnr eb-
"'tilled one Thomas Haws.llving near Swan
'r.eanie in to receive, by express, adeed
for pie, f jAU j U Kicmu-Json county, for
hleh he was to pay 1000, toie forwarded by
'ipress cjiipuny, on delivery of the deed.
Finding the deed incorrect. Haws did not take
tut lid auotlier made out and sent back
lo be al-ned lntead ; and, to save a trip, gave
ll ar the :i(KK taklnj his tecolpt therefore
U) s;ut by him so muni as the correct deed
"5tul J arriTe, Bear to forward the deed t o
Hl,n. Heur's i-Moeipt was written on one of
e express company's receipts, the word
A8eit" la-ing piiut4d Just bfaiow the place
r"rs;gn:iiuri. Well, Bear left, mid the deed
came, UTii umey wa8 ffone. We say it
ini-,ulneudiinun 1(J tijeT;nUfj states Ex-
; Uhsumpajiy ihey have agreed to pay the
''", nUouK'i their ic a gocnl legal c'janee to
IU It rus at Uit a very careltss trans-H'-uonthe
part of Haws. In view of the
uii1ere is a bank of deposit In our city
' la mouey could have bee a lclt, and
umuoss huMy transacted.
A First Glass Dry Goods House
The citizens of BrownrCle may wellas we
know they do fell a pride In themagnia
cent stock and store room of Theo. Kill & Co.
With the added story It make as Coe an ap
pearance as any we ever esw, and for stock
and style tbronghout It la not excelled west
of the Mississippi. As It Is a prominent feature
In our city, and as such stocks of goods lndl
cate to the best advantage the extent of the
business done here, let as explore and give
crude idea of its contents: On entering you
find first to your right a twenty foot counter
piled high with Prints from almost every
known factory, and of the latest patterns.
To the left of this Is a counter of llkeclimen
slon groaning lenealu a burden of about
three hundred bolts of Casslmers, Chinchilla,
Beaver, Jeans, cte., comprising doubtless the
largest assortment of this kind ever opened
west of the Missouri river. Next your sight
is greeted by numerous tastefully arranged
pyramids of Dress Goods, Merinos, Alpaccos,
RepR, Delnnes, Water-proof Cloths, and, in
fact Dress Goods of every variety, shade and
style appear on their counters and fill some
sixty feet of shelving and drawers on the
west side of the room. Then you come to a
thirty foot counter whereon hundreds of
Flannels, plain and plad hide from you the
shelving In the rear; then another counter
with long ricks of bolts of unbleached Muslin
Tickings, German checks strips, etc., and on
going around which you will find a long row
of shelves filled with every variety of bleach
it Goods known to the market. On
your left, some forty feet from the main en
trance you see a large lot Woolen Blankets,
of all grades, and of Western make. The
shelving on the east contains a choice lot of
Notions, Queensware Groceries. In the rear
and east of the office a splendid display of
Chinchilla, Astracan, Beaver and Velvet
Cloaks greet the eye. Sufficing with this
glimpse of the first floor, let us go up stairs.
Here you will find Carpets, Oil Cloths and
Matting in great profusion and variety, and
boxes and cases of unopeued goods, awaiting
their turn to be displayed and sold below. In
the line of Carpets we regret that space for
bids particularizing, as their assortment Is
magnificent and full, as Is also their stock of
Ladles Furs. A glance at the basement shows
It full of Plows and heavy Groceries.
The above note of their Fall stock may con
vey a faint idea of the Immense business of
this house, and at the same time show to the
merchants In our Laud District that this
louse Is prepared to do considerable of a
wholesale Jobbing trade, of which such a
stock is a better evidence than columns of
pulls that Brownvllle is a wholesale point.
'Wholesale Clothing House.
Nothing speaks so well for a city as the ex
tent of the stocks of goods kept for sale. By
these its trade must be judged, for It is nor
custom nor Judgement to lay in more than
is demanded. Fullsorae puffson generalities
dwindle to insignlfleent nothingness In the
face of such a magnificent and truthful de
tail as we give below. We saw an Immense
pile of goods beyond comprehension to our
unbuslness like mind, so we thought we
would particularize, and here Is the result :
330 Overcoats, Sacks and Frocks,
615 Business Coats,
3.15 Frock Coats,
162 Black Dress Suits,
480 Business Suits,
1.SO0 Pants aud Vests,
48 Siik Velvet Vests,
125 Casus Boots and Shoes,
9 dozen Pairs Rubber Overshoes,
125 dozen Hats, Caps, Ac.,
29 dozen Denim Overalls,
29 dozen Denim Overshlrts,
100 dozen Undershirts,
100 dozen pairs Drawers,
8 dozen Silk Shirts and Drawers,
550 dozen Overshlrts, French cas. Bellkoap,
50,000 Paper CulT and Collars,
20 dozen Cardigan Overjacketa,
35 dozen White and Fancy Shirts,
400 Trunks and Valises,
50 Suits Boys Clothing throughout.
Besides a full assortment of Fur Goods,
Suspenders, Hosiery, tc, In variety and
quantity equal to the above.
These figures indicate the amount of goods
now on bend at J. S. Hetzel's Clothing Store,
and is his Fall stock as opened within the
past ten days, aud no matter whether you
wish to buy or not It will make you feel good
to step In and look at these stacks of well
niado fashionable Clothing.
To western merchants the above figures
which may be Implicitly relied ou plaluly
Indicate that Mr. Hctzel is prepared to do a
Wholesale trade, as a dozen ordinary stocks
could bo selected from the above and still
leave a comfortable housefull. His knowl
edge of the business and purchasing facilities
are such as to warrant us in saying that the
merchants of Southern Nebraska will find it
to their advantage to make this their pur
chasing market for Clothing.
The wish to know that endless thirst,
Which even by quenching Is awaked.
And which becomes or blest or curst.
As is the fount whereat is slacked
Still urged me onward, with desire
Insatiate, to explore. Inquire :
Why it is that Marsh, at his old Pioneer
Book aud News Depot, can keep receiving
and selling such large stocks of goods ; and
by inquiry among the peoplo I learn that he
is generally regarded as one of the most lib
eral men in the west to deal wltlu
Hank & Aruiltag aro constantly In re
ceipt of something new and fresh In the line
of Grocetles, and their popularity and rapid
sales prevent anything becoming stale on
their hands. If you wish fresh goods and
full weight go to Hauk ik Arm it ages.
Homer Johnson, of the firm of F. E.
Johnson A Co., returned from the east last
Monday, having selected a splendid and
choice stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots,
Shoes, etc., which will be along this week.
PI a rah is never content to "let well enough
alone," and Is constantly adding to his al
ready large stock of standard books, novels,
gift and toy books, etc Call and see him!
To Put Dloney In Your Purse Delay
buying any Goods until F. K. Johnson A Co's
magnificent stock of Dry Goods and Grocer
ies arrive. They will be here this week.
Few BIea but have their especial "forte"
at which they will excel all others, thus it Is
with SWAN & BRO'S.
Eye, Ear and Catarrah, successfully treat
ed, by Dr. Klmberlin. Office over the Post
Worcester's Dictionaries and Good
rich's Histories at Marsh's, at Introduction
Zephyrs A large stock will be opened this
week at MRS. BEAR'S.
Furnace Doors and Grate Bars for Sor
ghm Manufacturers atShcilenbcrger Bro's.
Hair, Lime, Cement and Plaster of Paris
constantly on hand at N. M. Holtziuger'a.
Doty's Washing machine and the Novel
ty M'ringer.at J. C. DEUSER'S.
IV all Paper, Window Shades and School
Books very low, at McCreery & Nickell's,
Carpenter's Tools and Blacksmith's Fur
nishings at Shcllenbcrger Bro's.
Highest market price paid for wheat, oats,
corn, Ac, by Bedford & Handley.
Drugs, Paints, Oils and Glass at St. Joe
prices, at McCreery A Nickell's.
Haven's Pioneer Cane Mills In a few
days atShellenberger Bro's.
AVooden, willow, stone, glass and Queens
ware at Hauk A Armltage's.
Patent Hob; Tamers and Hedge Trim
mers at Deuser's Tioneer Tin Store,
Preserving Sugar and
low at Hauk A Armltagc's.
all other kinds
Fruit Cans Self-Sealing at Shellcnber
Tin, Sheetlron and Japanned Ware at
Shell enbercer Bro's.
400 kegs of Nails just received atSliellen
House for Rent Inquire of Dr.
FreaU Groceries are constantly being re
ceived by SWAN BRO S.
Have you been to the Price Regulator
' To e that splendid stock of
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
Just opened, nere yoa will find at least
Dollars worth of the best selected gc?ds in
the west ; from the finest Laces made by the
to the heaviest Cloths manufactured any.
THE LATEST NOVELTIES
In the line of
LADIES DEE&S GOODS
known to the Eastern Markets now on hand
A. MA Y & CO., .
with their unexcelled facilities for purchas
ing at the lowest rates, are determined not
be undersold In their line In the west or In
They invite their numerous old friends and
And the Public Generally
to give them a call and examine their
Just opened at
No, 27 Main Street !
Fall and Winter Cloaks !
At . Theo. IIixl A Co.'s.
Rt. Her. Bishop Clarlcson preached and
administered the Right of Confirmation In
Christ's Church In this city on last Sabbath
CASH ti. NOTES.
Some five years ago, Mr. Shanbacher, of
Hannibal, Mo., insured his life In the St.
Louis Mutual for 55,000, ten years endow
ment. Some time In May or June last he
ied, leaving four notes unpaid, amounting
to f 1,001 68. The company paid, according to
the terms of the policy, 13,998 44.. The widow.
It seems. Is dissatisfied, expecting to have re
ceived the full $5,000. But the Company have
acted In good faith, paying every dollar that
was named In the bond. Supposing Mr. S.
had taken out a policy In the "Mutual Life"
for $5,000, paying the same rates, all cosh. We
will suppose his age to be 40. He would pay
M 50 annually. He would have paid In the
five years, 52,172 50, and at death would have
received at least six thousand dollars in
stead of $.1,908 44. Which Is the better plan.
Jarvis S. Church is Agent for the Mutual
Life of New York, which insures on the cash
plan. See rd vertlsement in another column.
TEACHERS! PARENTS ! SCHOOL OF
McCreery and Klckell are prepared to fill orders
for National Headers and Spellers, lion t let h's Geog
raphic. Ha vie Arithmetics, Clarks Grammar, and
other books of the National Series. There books
are now used In most of our best Schools, and the de
mand Increases. Teachers call for these bmiks
more than for all others. Books furnished in any
quantity at wholesale, retail, at special rates for In
troduction. Remember, the place, McCreery A
Nickell's at City Drug Store. While getting yonr
books, be sure that you do not overlook the splen
did assortment of llolliday gifts Just received, all
carefully selected by Mr. Nickelt
I am owing some money in Nemaha coun
ty and wish to pay It. Those that I am In
debted to wanttheir money. They shall have
It. In order to pay I must collect. I have
three dollars due me to one that I owe, and
while I wish to be kind and indulgent, (and
have leen) this money must come. This
notice is for all indebted to me, no exerption.
Should it run over thirty days longer. It will
Ik) with costs. Any note or claim same as
cash. . I desire to be out of debt once more,
and don't propose to be long about it. Kind
ly but In earnest.
A. P. Cogswell.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERNi
Montieths Geographies are now used Id nearly all
the schools In the State. Marsh has them for sale,
Country dealers supplied at lowest wholesale rates.
The National readers and Spellers, and Davies
Arithmetic , best and most popular book published,
used In all of our best schools, for -sale by MARSH.
In fact MJLKSH keep everything in the book line
that la worth keeping. Call and see his stock and
have a Rocial chat. A good stove always on hand,
with a rood fire in it, at MARRICS Book Store,
where the National Scries of School Books are sold,
more than all other.
The finest and largest Stock crtr
opened In this city, will be here in a
few days, for
It. S. HA NN A FORD !
Remember the new store room oppo
site the mock.
Painting. Mr. A. W. Lemmon, the
gentleman that painted the Premium Sleigh
at the late Fair, can be found at the well
known ralnt Shop of G. P. Berkley, No. 68
Main street, where he Is now permanently
located, and is prepared to do all kinds of
work on short notice and reasonable terms.
Plows, Corn Shellers and Road Scrapers,
at J. C. Deuser's.
Just Received at Soulier's, No. 52 Main
street, an extra fine lot of whips, bone
and ratan buggy whips, bwUcs' and gents'
riding whips, raw hides and solid leather
blacksnakes and various other kluds cheap
for cash. Give me a call next door east of
where the EXPRESS OFFICE WAS.
Best Winter Wheat Flour from Boon
villo Mills at F. E. JOHNSON A CO'S.
for easb, at
Harness Full stock, low
"We'll not forget our Barefoot, but
go to Charles Hclmer's Boot and Shoe shop,
where we can select from his stock Just what
we want at the most reasonable rates. No.
15 Main street.
500 Barrels of Salt cheap at George
Holsmau's, No. 15 Main street.
Groceries and Queenswaro in great
variety and abundance ut Holsman's, 15
James P. Taylor has bought ont the
Restaurant stand and business of Wm. Allen
one door west of Carson's Bank. Mr. Taylor
is a new comer among us, understands his
business thoroughly, and we hope will have
the pleasure of waiting upon the public to a
A fine assortment of Tarlor Coal Stows at
J. C. Deuser's. v
Would you have a Happy Home 1 If
so buy your Groceries at Swan A Bro's, where
you nre sure to get good articles as d good
weight for your money.
Few men make more of an efibxt for your
benefit than F. A. Tladel A Ox, for your sake
are they constantly reeelvlDg- Agricultural
Implements of all kinds, new patents as well
as old ; for your benefit da they hare them
shipped bycar toada to eaabire them to save
money for yon ; and for your benaflt have
they established their Farm Implement De
pot In this city that you might select to better
advantage from their large assortment of im
plements and machines and to obtain extras
should anything break without delay or ex
press charges. These are truths. And if you
understand your own Interest, farmers, you
will certainly give this house the preferrence
In allyour-deallngs, and thus strengthen and
build up an Institution la your midst de
voted to your interest.
Prof. E. y. Wilson, the great Lecturer
and Test Medium, will be in this city on the
9th, 10th, 11th and 12th, when he will deliver
a course of Lectures on Spiritualism.
Splendid Residence for Salat Great
Bargain I In the best residence portion of
our city. Good well! Good Barn! Enquire
of F. M. FAIRBRQTHER.
Printing Office for Tecumseh F. M.
A G. W. Falrbrother are moving their Print
ing Office from this city to Tecumseh, where
they will revive and continue the publication
of the Tecumsh Gazette. They are both good
practical printers, and will make a paper
worthy the patronage of every citizen In
Kllbourn, Jenltlns A Co. Manufac
turers and .Wholesale and Retail dealers In
all kinds of Pine Lumber, Lath, Shingles, J
Pickets, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Battens, etc
Office and Lumber Yard, corner 4th and Main
streets. Branch. Yard at Phelps City, Missouri.
We manufacture our own material in the
Pineries of Oshkosh, Wls where we have
In operation one of the largest manufacturios
of everything made in Pine In the world, and
obtaining oar Lumber direct from the tree.
as we do, we can sell at lower rates than any
Lumber Yard In the West which pays one
wholesale and one or two retail profits. We
shall always keep on hand a full supply of
everything in our line, so that those in want
may always rely upon getting what they de
sire. We simply ask all to examine our stock
and prices before purchasing elsewhere, as we
can ensure satisfaction in both.
Mr. J. W. Newman, from Richmond
Ind., has located in this city for the practice
of law. He Is a graduate of both the Literary
and Law department of the University of
Michigan. We hope he will find his choice
of a home In our community both pleasant
"isconomlst" Sorghum Mill A new
tworoll mill, which can be offered at a very
low price. The capacity of this mill is only
one-sixth less than our No. 1 mills, and that
difference Is more than saved to the farmer
by having his mill right where ha wishes to
do his work, and to be ready at such times as
he can spare for other labor. Of this, though
comparatively new Mill, a large number
have been sold, giving satisfaction in every
Instance It Is very strongly made, and the
risk of breakage very small ; Is easily set up
and operated, and will, we think, perfectly I
supply the want that has so long existed a
Sorghum Mill bo cheap as to be within the
reach of all. For sale at Shellenberger Bro's.
$1200 Dollars and Expenses ! See ad
vertisement of American ShnttleSewIng Ma, !
chine In our advertising columns.
Immediate Settlement Demanded !
Those Indebted to me must call and settle
their accounts immediately. Those whom I
owe will oblige me by presenting their bills
forthwith, as 1 must settle up my business
in a few days. MRS. BARGIS,
39 Main Street.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Sam. S. McGlbbons, has Just received
from the Factories, the largest and best se
lect Ion of Boots and Shoes ever brought west
of the Missouri, and he sells them the
New Stock of Boots and Shoes at McGlb
bons', cheap and good. Go and see for your
Now Is your time. Go to McGlbbons for
your winter Boots and Shoes.
First Premium Boots and Shoes, Blank
ets, Woolen Yarns, Dry Goods and Groceries,
Stoves and Furniture at V. T. Den's.
No Shoddy Goods at Den's. You
find them at Eastern Buyers Houses.
The Third Quarterly Meeting of the M. E.
Church, London Mission, will be heldS nt
London, October 2Ud and 21th, preaching to
commence Saturday at 2 o'clock. Presi
ding Elder aud other Ministers expected to
be present. L. F. Bkitt, Pastor.
Pine Lumber. J. R. Bell is constantly
receiving additions to his superb stock of
Pine Lumber, which comprises everything
that can be wanted In that line, Is of the best
quality, and sold as low as the lowest. Also,
all kinds of
; ' lilindi,- - -Door
Best stock in the market.
And a large stoc):arof Paints, Oils, Glass,
Drugs, etc., constantly on hand at LETT'S.
or tne "afonecr" sorgnum Trill I, a
greater number have been made and sold
than ef any other pattern, and although they
have been put to the severest teit, yet from
their great simplicity, strength, durability
and speed, under a limited amot nt of power,
have received the most unequivocal stamp
of public approval. For sale at Shcllenbcrger
Bro's. ;."; " ; ,
PAY UP 1
Those knowing themselves indebted to the
firm of J. I McGee A Co., will please call at
F. K. Johnson A Co's and settle either by cosh
or note as the books must bo closed up. : '
I have now in my yard near 1,000,000
feet of the choicest DRY PINE LUMBER, of
every style and description, size and thick
ness. Also Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings,
etc. Dry Pine Shingles, Lath and Pickets.
Iu fact, anything In the building line, which
I warrant A No. 1 in every respect, ad 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
gi ve me a call, knowing that I can outfit them
with good material, at the fairest rates.;,'
- J. R. BELL, '
, . BrownTille, Neb.
Cor. Water A First Streets,
TVr TT) Luraberdellveredwlthinthecity
1S i3Mmits, FREE OF CHARGE.
A New Segar Stand has Just been open
ed at Hauboldt's Taylor Shop.
Bucks' Brilliant Cook Stove took the Gold
Medal above the Charter Oak and other com
peting Stoves, at the New Orleans and St.
Louis Fairs, in ISO). For sale at the Pioneer
Stove Store, by.
44-3m J. C. DEUSER.
Sewing Machines. Get the best and
save nioHcy. The Singer Sewing Machine Is,
without doubt, the best in the market. Call
at No. 54 Main street, aud examine this un
rivalled machine. Instructions given at your
residence, or at t he sales-room. No trouble to
exhibit the machine.
Wheelborrow Stolen The person who
took offa Wheelbarrow from the Brick Yard
of Shaffer A Co.. Just below this city, will
save an unpleasant exposure by returning it
Immediately, as he was seen and is known.
Haye the Largest Stock, and Make the Lowest Prices.
1,1 quo us.
Having now thoro I'l ughly fitted up my
sale and sample roo I J ms, at No. 45 Main
street, I Invite the 1 1 public of SOUTH
ERN NEBRASKA and NORTHERN MIS
SOURI to give me a call, as I shall always
keep on hand in Whelesalb Quantities,
WINES, BRANDIES and LIQUORS, of the,
very best and II purest quality, A
of all brands Forelgh and Do
mestic I shall 11 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. II 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 A CO.
Canton Clipper Flows !
. THE BEST PLOW MADE.
At SHELLENBERGER BRO'S.
Go to Shellenberger Brother's and see their
Doty's Univebsal Washek. Unrivaled in
the world.' It will pay every family to have
For Nails, v
. . ; . For Locks,
For Screws, etc.,
goto- BHELLENBERGER BRO'S.
Canton Clipper Flows !
THE BEST PLOW MADE.
At SHELLENBERGER BRO S.
ATTENTION, A I'll!
A. W.Morgan, Jr., of Brownville, 63 Main
Street, baa just epened a new and complete
stock of Cloths, Caslmers, Vestings, and all
kinds of Piece Goods, and Is prepared to make
Gent's Clothing to order In the most fash ion -
I able style. He also keeps a full line of Ready
Mado Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gent's Fur
nishing Goods. 47-Sm.
Checkered Feed Stable is the best place In
town to refresh and feed stock. Hay, oats,
corn, bran and shorts for sale. Stock boarded
by the da yt week, month or year at reason
able rates. Farmers, give him a call. Nos.
6 aud 8 Brownville, Nebraska. 4S-tf
Corn, Wheat and Oats.
Ralncy A Lewis have removed their ofnee
lo Uoht. Teare A Co.'s Store, where they will
pay the highest cash price tor Grain and oth
er Produce. - . -
Grape Vines Concords, S1.50 per dozen,
$10. per hundred, and all other varieties In
proportion. Satisfaction Is guarranteed as
to quality and genuineness of vines.
47-6m . J. W. Middleton.
J. W. Bliss, Regular Licensed Auctioneer.
Sales attended to In the country on reason
able terms. Orders left at the Advertiser
office will receive proper attention. 2S-6m
Carriage for Sale I have a good Family
Carriage, nearly new ; a two horse buggy, and
set of harness, for sale.
R. W. FURNAS.
Perforated Tin Skimmers and Galvan
ized Sheet Iron lor pans for use in the Manu
facture of Sorghum, at Shellenbrrger Bro's.
Studebaker and Jackson Wagons at Est.
Joo prices, at J. R. Bell's Lumber Yard, cor.
of 1st and Water streets.
Millers, buy your Rubber and Leatner
Belting of Shellenberger Bro's. A full stock
always on bond. ..,,-';,..'
Victor Grain Drills at Tisdel's. A Drill
more than pays for itself in one season.
Machine Oils of all kinds at McCreery A
Good Building- Stone-Wearenow pre
pared to furnish good building stone, m any
quantlty. Also, Step Stones, Bases for Mon
uments or Tomb Stones, Water Tables, etc,,
furnished on short notice and reasonable
term ' Louance A Vaeset.
Builders Attention 1 am now prepared
to do all kinds of Plastering in this city or
vicinity. Orders left at tho American House
will be promptly attended to. Prices reason
able ! Work first class 1 !
no31-3ra A. E. Bell.
For Sale. Bargain ! I Good residence;
two lots; in a good neighborhood and good
location. Terms to suit purchaser. Enquire
of Rev. W. 8. Blackburn, by mall, at Well's
Mills, Richardson County, Nebraska, or at
this office. tS-tf
. WALK UPIU
Those Indebted to McFatl & Co. will save
expense and litigation by calling immediate
ly and settling with D. H. McLaughlin, at the
old stand. Don't fail to settle either by cash
An thing yon. may want In the line of
Detitlstry can be done at Dr. Blake's office In
Brownville, Dr. B. Is a first class workman,
and does not travel about the country, but
may be found at his office at any time.
Patronise Home Industry All kinds
of Marble work can be bad at Neidhardt's
Marble "Work In tbi city, cheaper than It
can be bad elsewhere. None but the best ma
t35,00O,00O Is the capital of the Mutual
Life Insurance Companyof New York. Jar
vis S. Church Is their agent at Brownville. It
Is the safest company In the woild to insure
In. . tf
Hackney has now a full' and complete
stock and Is selling them cheaper than any
bodyelse dare. If you don't believe It call
and see hira! '
Organs Burdett's, from iltO to SGOO; Ma
son A Hamlin's, $75 to $000.
4 . - - - Jaxks R. Dve, Brownville.
For Blacksmlthlng of all kinds go to
Lannon A Hlntoa's, cor. of Levee and Main.
A Good assortment of Parlor and Box
Stoves at Deuser's Pioneer Stove Store.
Ten Ton Blacksmith's Iron of all sizes at
Private medical aid, read Dr. Whltticr's
300 kegs HorseShoes and Nails at Shel
Syrup of all kinds and prices at Hank A
j i& w (0 5
O ;r, IF
(Ti M (H fifa -p" (5'
Vj7 I 1 Vj sua itbdUl asJ
Main Street, McPherson Block, Brownville,
Canton Clipper Plows I
THE BEST PLOW MADE.
At SHELLENBERGER BRO'S.
BUGGY FOR SALE.
I have a nearly new Buggy for sale, has
been run but a short time, and has undergone
all necessary repairs to make it good as new.
Terms very reasonable. May be seen at my
Paint Shop over Teare A Co.'s Storse, No. 68.
tf Geo. B. Bebklt. .
"The young men of the arty (Repabll-
i can) are acting together," "and bad
ooys will jeertcgiy say, 'go up tnou Daia
heads.' "And the bald heads will meekly "go
And they will also say, "go up thou cop
perheads." "And the copperheads will like
wise meekly "go up" Salt creek.
At Uie Sigrn ot tlie
Big Bed Stead
Is the place to buy
FURNITURE AHD UPHOLSTERY
McFALL &c Co.,
Keep constantly on hand a complete assort
ment of .
Soat, Btaditeadt, Wardrobes,
Bureau, Rockinrr Chai'-t,
' Sprint? Bedi, Wath Stand.
What Ifott, Hat Racks,
Kitchen "v?" A'ifcaen
Parlor fl-hUZ. " : r ' "'v Parlor,
Chaxrt, fz0-3.. . Tablet
Marble JZzyi 'rffti 1 ! Ti Cent er
Settees, W .
Bed Spring, Children' Cab and Gig,
; Uilt an Kotetcood fltoviatng,
. ShetU, Pillow, Pillow
Slip, ttt., etc
SHOW CASES & OFFICE WORK
MADE TO ORDER!
And anything and everything required to sel
up plain or fancy housekeeping
All of their ware is either manufactured or
put up under their special superintendence,
which enables them to sell sound- articles at
smaller prices than Eastern manufactured
Is at the service of the public at any lime It
may be needed, and is gotten up Inos flnestyle
as any rartner east.
Metalic Burial Cases
of all sizes constantly on hand,
A. t X iiHtorn Prices
- ' - We are doing business on '
STRICTLY CASH PIIINCIPLXS
and by attention to business and the wants oi
t lie community, expect in me tutureasin tne
last to receive the patronages of the publio
generally ' McFALL & CO.
Is the only perfected and
preparation of its kind
ever offered to the public,
and has no competitor
in merit. By its use
GRAY IIAIR is soon
restored to its original
youthful color and bril
liancy, "which is so much
admired by all. Persons
whose hair i3 thin orfalling
out will, by the use of our
Reneweroon see its good
effects, as, by its ionic and
stimulating properties the
hair rrlancls will be incited
and the hair grow thick
and strong again. Incases
oi Baldness it will creata
a new groTfth . unless the
follicles are destroyed. I
is cooling, and allays all
itching and irritation cf
the scalp. It does not stain
the skin as do dyes, but
makes the scalp white and
ifliuilLiiit jg the best and most
economical preparation in
the world, as its effects
last so much longer. Send
for our Treatise on the
air, free to all, by maiL
Sold lj all DrujgisU and Dealers In Medicine.
COOK. CCDURM & CO.
Gea'l Agents for Sforth-r7este?a States,
67 BT2XCT, CmCiGO.ILL.
McCREETlY ft. XICKELL,
CITY DRUG STORK.
Ev ' 2'' -T..tt''.!".- "
Retail Dealers in
We have on hand a large
STAPLE All a
To which we are making co
we are selling at Prices as
Ia the Quality cf our Goods
FLOUR OF THE MOST
First St., Hrownvlllo, NTirasl:n.
A FEHFECT SELF-I1AK VAX I
ATSU A PERFECT 3IOWEK.
ALL COMBINED IN ONP2.
J. I. CASE & CO.'S
WHITEWATER AND BATN.' WAGONS.
THE REST WAGOX8 MADE X
WE SELL ALL THE FOLLOWIXCi MACHINES:
2IARSSI 5BAUVESTER, DODGE & STEriIE30., JOIirJSO,
KIKRY, JOISX II, 3 AXY, CA1TGA CHIEF, inTCia EYE.
SAMPLES QN HAND OF ALL MACHINES WE SELL.
Come and ROO irx. Hivd v i.nriranti fn si;i vmi lr Wit .IV-l n-. Pr-Tfj t -Wo K., ..
rhl'icrv y th wir txvt tl-.iris saving frei-ht.
iu their w.iuiK
ST., PET. MAIN
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
JTo. 7-1 Itlahl
( r t
and well assorted stock of
PAlsCrr GHO CURIES
nstant additions, and which
low as any Honso we3t of
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
PRICE PAID FOR
A fuil supply of all kindiof Fanu Machinery
tt ATLANTIC, IlROWNriLLL
I GDI SWAN
S3D"fnT-tg ZEZm z CO.
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