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,Tt-, eof of tb AnTHtuia Jbraaie ty
ctLnncra 7? criers.
T5rfOT)FAL CKTTVCIt Ci i.it li'H'e
ftaw4 rt. Karric .vry otnr fctuiua Aioru-a-
ud nrr ftundar TecSnr.
i. R. DAVIS, Rector.
BAPTIST rfltfTtCTT.-w" Tour! I) and Atlan
tic tureeta. ServksterT hait.ti except the third
la each month. H U o'clock a. m. and 7 clock p. m.
D. II. Le i. S V fill : 1 fr l-r r -.' '.Vm.
M clerk ia luu-a-Iny & Co.'s Druz hlore ter
eral year n?o, lis r tsmud f :r tmBe,
stay wnocr 'is : find U , r i; r. Lr- r j fe3 j
et in ilia t-tove nsnaei Drtf f't.
j-reecrlpti r cU-. .:.;!, r. Ki y 8
i m a t. m . . . . ; i i-;; t i T
wunity ; Uiciei, , bela y
eoroplie tick of evcrytLiibs.
In sfre and f,,r isi. . v. . ,
Imrul Tri.a (,.r . ... -1 .. . . 1 Z' Tr'J
Groceries;, a pood line of evervdn v frion.:r.
L underclothing fr men. the ol
s 4 a.t wJ
I O. O. V. BpnwDTlIle Lodjre Na t, I. O. O. F.
BweU oo TiwjuJiir evening ot hk'U wH-k. t 7 w'ckx lc
, m.,t tbeir in Uie Krtjimeyet lirlck, t.n
Ail VJBiUng Brotheis re lnvIfcL
Oeo. W. Dobsbt,
: I: t. Si A. !r.-Xmiih V? Ixxlr- No. 4, A.
T.A A. li.. niwli on the 1st ftii1.l Sniur-Jiji in
M-b month, l o'clock p.m., &t their iiU in the
jrj'tBtjtr Brick, on Mun Strvt.
All Tlfcilimj uroiD" wf invuu.
J a. M. II acker, Socy.
ArrJfJ and Depart are f toe Mail.
. Northern, Katrn and isoulhern Ieia.rU at II a.
jinio Mil rrivs ot 8 p. m.; depart t 7 . m.
ivru Mwl rrivet4 kt li m.; depant at 2 p. ra.
jwtrice Mail aMTlvw Mondays, Wlntw1ayi and
jtilBjiati p. ni4 dcjxkru Tueiilaj-, Thurd)- aud
tkatardam at 7 . ru.
tyrant ;jin iiiuaa my p, au.t ufioruB
Th unxta "ata. m.
nt otiir Jloora from 7 a. m., to 7li p. m. Pun-
ttj from io a. m. v. A. iOIXcii., P. K,
I Chlcatro made Boots, Dry (.rxKSn find Queens-
iransaford A,' 3rFH hare abotit trot
their new Furniture store, opposite Mci'Ltr.
on lilock, under way, end have ctrtainly
the larg-ost tind r.nwt kUk-It nf Ki,minr
well as the ix-ht hullillm? , .r tne hnvjncW Jn
Niuin l-iaue. uri;ir Du.Id.ng is i l.-et by
80,3 Tories, and they wlU uri'uoubtiiy h&ve
the bulldir.g full. An it is, they havelLe first
floor crammed full of finlidii'd
Itureaus. Wardrolx'n, IhUk, Btands, Fancy
KedsUads, Fancy Tabh.-K, CI t airs, etc.. and the
third story In full of unfinished work, such as
they have lil.lpr tm!k to sure freicht and
put up and finit-h alter it arrives, winch c-n-
uoiew ti, em to sen so low, as the
freight is a'-blKthiujr." And thii
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A X1AHE ciiasci:.
Sr Bal. rkotosrophlo ikxk, farnHuro
sGdir st trial. rMoti of th tx locations
la I: tbrw.ka, ii;sate4 ia ta tj'rs of trowa
? .'::ft, frr tie r;-.ii!i sam of VIC, as I vt t
Li the b!it cJii.Eea fvr tha tmoiiit of oajsital
inTsta, tht .n ArtUt can g?4 In the 8UU
oretiraTifc. Apply irmaciiately, aa I am
determine! to sell ae soon as potislb!. For
rjrther j&rtlculars address A. Statford,
i nototTaphcr, Erownville, Nebraska.
Keteotru.ly informs bis old friend and
th public, that he la prepared to attend all
cjuIs in the line of bis profession. OClee at
loIladay & Co.'s Drcj Btore, Main street.
rownniie, eb. guf
TraTtllr.jrask&tafor thaLaulea. , . .
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Ixaikiaia d?x n3 iodar smsvt rasspoon-l
ejf3?p ni;a pji3..no ata paSjn una
paaisi quaaatiA lunoj am V
jsjnj jo isojqi 10 wuiooeq ifojqja. puy
jsjt;i8sapuaBq; moa omiAa eiji
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TleTabie Si. Joe. aad C B. R. R.
On and aer Kar 2M. 159, Trains will leave Tbelps
(tikn a fouowa :
OOfVO KOITE, 0lT?fJ SOCTH.
ypti r tif' -112-1 a. tn. .-.7p.B.
t-awfigwr Lae- t13a.n. t-.ip.n.
j"fiht i-v" p. oi. . iio a. m.
Mn trains dally except Sunday.
tliiy eacpt Mouday.
JUaiir xl,t rday.
arJacob Rnrers' OmnibtM Wres Erowaville for
tbt IxW at I a. in. ni nu, dai-.
J. L CoUtapp, ltor.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 18C9.
s of only a port ion ol their new stock, as they
have three bills out of five te receive yet.
Betides these they will. alno. twforn th! ia
received, perhaps, have added the large stock
heretofore kept by McFall & Co. They mean
wholesale or retail in tht full pns of th
t"rms, and in both branches offer such in
ducements ns will make Jhls the best point
in southern Nebraska to buy Furniture.
ting done to order at Morgan's Tailor Shop.
Personals-We notice in our city the fol
lowing disttniruiMied guets ln attendance
on trie Urand Lodye of I. O. of O. F., which
closed its session on Wednesday evening:
F.x-jov. Saunders, Grand Manter, John
Kvans, Grand fceoretrtry, A. I). Jones. E. 11.
veist-nd l. C. utpheii. of Omaha, snd S.
II. liergett.t;. C.tase, A. Zlmmerer and Dan'l
Gantt, of Nebraska City,
Those Indebted to McFall A Co. will save
expense and Ltlgatlon by calling Immediate
ly and settling at the old stand. Don't fail to
settle either by cash or note.
STILL laATKIU-All accounts not paid
within twenty days from the date of this will
be placed ln the bands of an oCicer for collec
tion. D. H- McLATTOTTf .TV.
October 21st, 1E9. .
ACLsnoe to g-A CJieaj ?W?a?r.
auia'auui UD CJUOS IOr IKlTtprE att hAfl.
lowing rates New York Tribune, Ho. Dem
ocrat, and Mo. lltyvblican : weeklies. 1.60
eacn- w. A. Pollock, P. il.
Ihave now in kit vard near 1.000.000
foet of the choicest DRY PINK LUMUElt. of
eve-y style and description, size and thica-
nea. ALo Doors. Sash. Blinds. Moulding I
etc. ury nne snm?ies. utn and i'lcketH.
In fact, anything ln the building line, which
I warrant A No. 1 in every respect, and on
which I do net propose to be undersold, for
casn, Dy any man west or tne Missouri river.
I Invite ail who need anvthine In my line to
give me a call, knowinsc that I cau outfit them j
with good material, at the fairest rates.
J. IC biXdj,
. . Brownvliie, Neb,
Cor. Water fc First Streets,
"FT 5 Lumber delivered within the city
V iWlllIttHi, r tV., Uf CIt AiwUii
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tt's, for yotsr
rs4wer go to the
400 kegs of Nails Just received at Shellen-
A. W. Morgan. Jr of Brownvliie. 63 Main
Street, has just opened anew and complete
sioctc oi uiotns, c'asimers, vestlngs, and all
kinds of Piece Goods, and is prepared to make
Gent's Clothing to order in the most fashion
able style, lie also keeps a mil line or Heady
31 arte clothing, Mats, Caps ana Gent s Fur
nishing Goods. 47-Sm
No. 76 Main Street, McPherson Block, Erownville, Nebraska.
o Taere will be a meeting of the Brownvliie
Vacfclngtonlans at the Store Room of James
jkrry. on Sunday afternoon at three o'clock.
c pt. HoUaday, Lett and others will address
be meeting. '
Bt Oedeb ot the Coxmttke.
' J. 8. Clusrek left last Monday morning
to attend the Carltol Convention, now is es.
lion at.SU Louis; and will not be back In
time to fill his appointment to lecture at
Sheridan, next Saturday evening.
' Heau A. W. Cray, of Johnson County
wulntown tbl week. He gave us a good
sad Interesting account of I he election in
Johnson County and of the Improvements
going od there.
The Republican ticket was carried by over
one hundred majority. Johnson County Las
alerted an able corps of officers.
'fas ftaarterly Jleetlajj of the M. .
Church will be held in London, commencing
Wal yaa like te Save Meaejrl-
Yflu can do o by purchasing yoar Boots and
hoes of Charles llelraer, where you will find
full stock of every thing in that Una.
' Mcrher . TmtUe have bought out
the sUick and trade of Rob't Teare t Co., cor
ker 3d and Mala street im this city. They are
reliable, straight-forward businessmen, and
will be a strong addition to the mercantile
fores or oar city. They have now a choice
slock of Dry Goods and Groceries which are
Mng sold at wonderfully low f gure. feee
XprTtntl Ball' Lmbryr4.
It. Bell has workmen eagaedln erect
1b a shed over his entire Lumber Yard, so
a to furnish Dry Tine Lumber at all seasons
aud ln all weather. This wlllle a great con
venience and must result In a commensurate
Increase ln trade.
lleavy.rroit, killing all greenness, fell
In this vicinity last Friday night. Things are
beginning to look falllsh hereabouts. 4
lew Blacksmith Shop- J. II. Beason is
jwrparing to erect a new Blacksmith shop
on the corner of Main and 5th streets. Mr.
Season is a good workman, and we are pleas
ed to see lilm open up asaiu in our city.
Time Baud gave our citizens a lively sere
nade Katardsy afternoon In ;Jake Rogers'
new transfer wagon. They play welL and
Jake Las Just the wagon to play in, as well
as being the luuat accommodating transfer
agent in the Mhtsouri valley.
Prepare for "Winter, for It is coming
And the way to prepare is to go to Snellen-
twtvft liro'a. Stove and Hardware Store, and
Mrchaae what you ueed in the way of u par
lor or o ce heat stove ; for they have almost
aDypatW-rn j ou can imagine, and the lartr--t
ati--f eve opened in. this or any
other city south of the Platte.
lUlmer's Blacksmith Shop is in the
rear olbis wai;on shop, one door west of the
Court House, where you wlU find Robert
Woods, lhau whom no better Blacksmith ever
J. iietaaL Lo make room to display his
Ifcivc stock of Clothing and Gents' Furnish
laf Goods to the best advantage, has had the
east tidal of his storeroom tshelved up, and
has both aides of shelves, the counter, the
show cases and the ccuter of the room full or
dothiug Furuhdiing Goods, Boots, Hats, &cj
fcesides a splendid stock of GenU Furs and
Judge Needles, of Atchison county. Mo..
j called to-day. He sneaks well for the crops
and prospects of that county. From him we
learn that the R. It. vote proclaimed to be
held ln that county, was not held because
no registration of voters could be made. A
Reeisirar has now been appointed and the
vote will soon take place.
A-tne liiiiabtrW. xi. Bell is constantly
receiving additions to his superb stock of
fine jjiimoer, which comprises everything
hju can iw wauiea in mat line, is or tne best
qua:uy ana sea as low as the lowest. Also,
ail kinds of
Kegs White Lead, Just received.
McCREERY A NICKEL.
Hare-M and Make the Lowest Prices.
Stwiaj Machines. Get the best and'
save money. The Sinarer Sewlns Machine is.
without doubt, the best in the market. Call
at No. 64 Main street, and examine this un
rivalled machine. Instructions given at your
residence, or at the sales-room. No trouble to
exhibit the machine.
t..,i r VSMom for youni? men. on the
jVu.'r"'K .TU,n ln otn and Karly Manhood, with
i . j . LP for 'hellrrinff and unfortunate. Kent
,??,,rettfr "velopes, free of ctiarps. Address,
HOVARD ASsiriiTiAv Ti.., u Li,n.,i..i..i.i.'
Ladies', Children's and Misses'
Theo. Hill & Co. 'p.
Full stock at
Best stock ln the market.
Quarterly Meet In tr Londoa fllssioa
commences next Saturday. Preaching com
mences at 2 o'clock P. M.
Almost a Plre occurred last Thnnoday
morning in the row of cottonwood buildings
below Lewis & Co's Drugstore. No part icular
damans done. We happened in at llauk &
Arm i use's atthe time, and although un
charged at the time, Mr. liauk hud his Fire
Extinguisher in read mws within two min
r.tes aiter he heartl of the fire, which happily
did not get enough start to require a trial of
its exiiuguismng powers.
Fresh. Arrival of
CHICAGO CrSTOJI MADE BOOTS
at F. E. Johnson A Co's.
Not Quite J8, COO Worth!
These Boots and Shoes are warranted, and
we know of our own kuowledare that the
Messsrs. Johnson a will make the warranty
good by repairing any unnatural breaking
mat may occur, xou neea nave no rear but
they will sell you a good article.
100,000 feet Pine Siding,
75,000 feet Pine Flooring,
(fi.O'iO feet finishing Lumber,
. M,0u0 Pine Lath, .
150,000 line Shingles
Together with Sash. I)oont. Blinds. Monld-
lni,etc., Jut received and on Imnd low for
casual J. B, BELL'S
Lumler d'l, 1 rownville.
JtfA4L SO Car Loads Con ln;l
Every Cesatrr Tows thct cannot af
ford a Crs englns saould b without at least a
For which Hauk
rlfH V I n t t l ? V d r
1 II v kMtiJbi)4-lvU
A Armitaa-j ol this cltr
areairents. The leas here and elsewhere
prove that they can be pot in readiness at a
moment warning, that hre cun not live where
the gas-impregnated water is thrown and
that the portion extinguished by it does not
take hre as. u n very rt-adily. The cont is but
trifling coinpared tothefety agaicst a de
structive lire Inch is ensured by these ma
chines. The Asrciiis will cheerf j'Jy nrver
all leiiers of Inquiry, and t;j e public tiuU to
satihly those wishing to purchase.
To the Ladies!
. A. IIAT" s CO., r
The Dry Goods Price Regulator
.Has Just received and opened a large and
full stock of
Of the Latest styles known ln the east, and
every variety ef Goods In the eastern mar
ket. Also, ajfall stock of
And Woolen Goods of every kind and of
the best manufactories. Also', for stock of
All of which Goods have been selected by
hlnieclf la person and can be relied on aa un-
I anywhere. Don't fail to call and see him at
No. 27 Main Street!
Jb or Butts,
GOLD REWARD. "
Bucks' Brilliant Cook Stove took the Gold
Medal above the Charter Oak and other com
peting Stoves, at the New Orleans and St,
Ixui8 Fairs, in 1800.- For sale at the Pioneer
Stove Store, by.
-5m J. C. AJUL'SKK.
Bolts Wall Paper, direct from New York;
McCREERY & NICKEL.
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at Alf. W. Morgan's Clothing Store,
. Prof. D. C. Snalth is agent for one of the
most extensive eastern dealers la Mublcal In
truraeuts aud Sheet Mucic; and can procure
lor our citlscns ony kind or ttylo of instru
ment desired, from a Chickering Tiano to a
Frriich Harp, We hope our citizens will
give him a call I when desiring anything ln
tils line, and thus aid ln building up a bul
aeai for a deserving citizen, who bus been in
strumental ln organizing the best bund ln
the Slate lu this city, which has never been
lacking in publie spirit when occasion demanded.
OarTksiuksaredueDr. E. M. McComat,
T Sunny Side farm, for a better load of wood
than printers usually receive on subscrip
tion. We believe he has served a term as
1 7vUV and knows how bad wood goes.
Cr;shlpmeBt. The Steamers Tempest
nd Elkhorn loaded on near twenty thousand
fcuskeU of corn at our levee.
Go to Grant's when falling snows
. A1 northern wind atempest blows
And freezes you from noes to toes,
And get a good suit of winter Clothes,
And Boots to match, he does propose
His goods at price to dispose
.. Cheaper than other dealers ln Clothes,
Go right away and In vest, who knows
It may save you from being froze
Ills Boots fc Shoes are Boston made,
"Warranted the best known to tbe trade,
He &r his stock cash money paid.
Ana eieap forcaah hesn 'em,'
You must trade there without full.
Tor there you will find at wholesale
Groceries, Cabbage and Potatoes.
Dr. McPherson Is having scenery paint
ed and the stage ln his Hall fixed up ln No. 1
"fie. He Intends making his oneof the beat
Hie In the state.
tUvat fc. Crow, proprietors Star Hotel
putting a new front on their notel on the
krvee. They are enterprising.
fceFerrast Porter, Assistant U. S, Asses
or.viceS.r. Tutlle, resigned, Is out on the
lcharge of his duties. He will make a good
Saddles and Ilarneaa. So long as good
Ihtrnessand Saddles are demanded, just so
lor the best place to buy them will be sought
"-ert and so long we will r!Commend J. IL
ur, whose shop Is near the loot of Main
Hreet, for he certainly keeps a No. 1 stock,
Dd is a No, 1 workman. Farmers and oth-
"l'd find it to their advantage toglvchlrn
d, for he will do the fair tLiiifr, ai.d s :i
John R. Bell, of .St. Joseph, is in our city,
viewing uie nuhiucsH 01 las lafL-e I.uiiiLht
lard, and making arrang.-Miienis toadd to its
already immense tuvk. it is now not infe
rior in quantity or quality ol steoktoany ln
NeurHska,and.Mr..Lell s intent. on lstomake
it uie Lumber l aid o the V est, ln quantity
and quality of slock kept on baud, as well as
in the low prices at which 1 0 will sell Lum
ber. The populcrlty oi this yard is daily oa
the Increase under.the management oi Sim
Bell, than whoui 110 more accommodating
ua uoiigiug a man cau ue iouiiu.
Huge Sweet Potatoes. Last Tuesday
morning wo were surprised by two- sweet
potatoes appearing in our ofllce door so large
us to almost oiscure the bearer, Frank Wells,
farming near Falls City, Kichardson county.
One was li Inches lonu and 14 inches around.
and the other was 12 inches long and 15 inch
es around, each weighing near i lbs. These
are as Jarge as they raise anywhere,
and proves what Nebraska can do. Cull again,
Mr. Wells, wo ure always pleased to chron
icle such tributes to the rich soil of Kebraska.
First Eiov. The first Know of the season
fell last Tuesday morning, covering the
ground to the depth ot about one inch.
Prof. Dlehl delivered ln this city during
this week, lour of the most interesting lec
tures it lias ever been the pleasureot our citi
zens to listen to. Last Thursday evening he lec
tured belore the S. S. Teacher's Convention
and S. children in the M. E Church; Friday
night at the Court ltoom; Sunday afternoon
to the children ot the Presbyterian S. School,
and Monday night in Mci'herson's Hall. The
crowded houses he received and the deep in
terest with which he was listened to, are the
best endorsements or his lectures he could
desire. His thorough knowledge or and elo
quent handling or his truly inierestliiit sub
jectThe Holy I-And rank him foremost
among the great American lecturers. It was
a treat which our citizens will long remember
The Rush at F. E. Johnson fc Co's
is greatly on the increase since the receipt ol
their magnificent stock ol
Boots and Shoes
In all of which their stock Is unexcelled both
in quality and exlent; Rud as to prices we
know that t lie shrewdest buyers in the coun
ty do nearly ail their traidiug with them.
Rev. T. S. Lowe. Pastor of the Baptist
Church in this city, has returned from a visit
Messenger Snow. The s.' srn of winter
sppeareth Stove trade has fairly opened.
iur ttie choicest patterns ol I'arlor stoves,
both Stieetiron and Csstiron stoves, call at J.
C Deuser's, opposite the Court ltoom.
Coal Cooking aud Hoaxing Stoves at the
rioiieerstoveSiore, opposite the Court ltoom.
Ladies', Children's and Misses'
Full Btock at
TUKO. HILL A COl
J. S. Iletsel ond Tenry Crbt started yes
terday morning for a business trip over the
Land District. They tiro live, liberal busi
100 B&rreLt N. Y. Salt
To be sold for cash immediately, by
F. E. Johnso A Co.
400 PAmor. xi hat sTOvra
800 CO Oil. STOVES
Of every pattern kilown to tbecastern mar
ket Tor sale low for cas'a at Sheileubcrger
Xo Business Honse sho'il l be without
The Ureal Western l ire Extinguisher.
We sell pure goods only.
McCREERY k NICKEL.
good article. No. P, oj
rr V, heat Drills Go toTislcVs.
IZllbonrn, Jenkins k- Co Manufac
turers Biid Wholesale and R- tail dealers ln
all kinds of Pine Lumber, Lath, shiuglos.
Pickets, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Pattens, etc,
O'dieeand Lumlor Yard, corner 4th mid Main
streets. Branch Yard fit Phelps City, Missouri.
We manufacture onr own material m t.ie
Pineries of o&hknsh, V"Is., wh re we have
in operation one of the largest rnanufaciuries
of everythlnc made In Pine in tho world, and
obtaining our Liirelicr direct from the tree,
as we do, we can Bell at lower rates than any
Lumber Y'ard in the West which pnys one
wholesale and one or two retail profits. We
fhall always keep on hand a full supply ot
rvcrrt lilrsr in our lip, so thru those hi want
i-'uiy alwnv s r 'y 1: ;) t'.--ttir.!j vhat t hey '-
re. We sunply ak u ii tocx -ni ne ours'.o k
t:i 1 prices t':.,re purch:iMnge'.ewhere,r.s we
tin injure buii-fucvioa inljih.
Juit Received at Souder's. No. 52 Main j
street, an extra fine lot of whips, bone
and ratan bugsy whips, ladies' and gents'
riding whips, raw hides and solid leather
blacksnaken and various other kinds cheap
for cash.- Glv mo a call next door east of
where the EXPRESS OFFICE WAS.
. 6,600 .,.
' Oyershh-ts, French Caslmere, Belknap, etc.
Good Bntlding S t on e. We are now pre
pared to furnish Rood buildinjr rtone. In any
quantity. Also, Step Stones, Bases for Mon
uments or Tomn Stones. Water Tables, etc
furnished on short notice and reasonable
terms Lokanck A Yaexkt.
. , , 480
Is thennmber of Business Suits yea
try on. "No trouble to show goods" at Ilet-
Builders Attention I am now prepared
to do all kinds of Plasterlnz In this city or
vicinity. Orders left at the American House
will be promptly attended to. I 'rices reason
able ! -Work first class 11 -
(no31-3m ; ; A. E. Bell. ;
Checkered Feed Stable Is the best rlaco In
town to refresh and feed stock. Hay. onts.
corn, bran and shorts for sale, stock boardsd
rv the day. week, month or year at reason- ,
able rotes. Farmers, give him a call. No.
6 and 8 Brownvliie, Nebraska, 4H-tf
A REGULAR GRADUATE OF
AX MEDICINE, as dlnlomA at (ifflc wt'i
show, has been longer eniped In the treatment
Of V KMKBKAL, SEXt'Al. and Pbivatr IllHKAM-
W than any other physician In Sit. Louis.
Svnhilia. (ionorrhw. (rit KrHftnn. ihoi imi.
Hernia, and Kuuture: all urinarv ni.WiHaiuf
S-ihilitic or ilercurial Afflictions of Throat,
Sfein or Bones, are treated with uu parallelled
snccess. ' .
Biiermatorrhea. Sexual Bchhtlitir nrf T
tency, as the result of self abuse in youth, sexn
ul excess In maturer years, or other causes, and
which produce some of the following etlectn, as
Nocturnal Ktnisniens, blotches, debility, dizzi
ness, dimness of siifht, confusion of Ideas, evil
tirebodinirs. aversion to society of i'cuiu.!p. loss
f memory and sexual pewer, and rendering
nHrriuK-e Improper, are permanently cured.
The .Doctor's opportunities ln hospital and
private practice are unsuroaased In SL Louis or
any other city. Back tiles of St. Louis piers
prove that he bas been located here longer than
I any other so advertising. - The establishment.
iiDrary, laboratory and aprointmeuts, are uu
rivalled in the west, unsurnassed anvtvherp.
the doctor can refer to many physicians ih rouh
(rtit the country. In past success and presuiit
roeltion he stands without a competitor.
j The Writlrnrsof a P1irlraa wbeaereo-
is i iiiuu.n 111c aaoaia
be wertii read ins.
DoCTOm WHIITIEB r-ublishes a ifetliral PnmnK.
W relating to venereal diseases and the disas
trous and varied consequence of self-abuse that
vUl be sent to any address in a sealed envelope
fcr two stamps. Many physicians introduce pa
tents to the doctor afWr readme his medical
ramphlet. Communications confidential. A
friendly talk will cost you nothing. Ortiee cen
tral, yet retired No. 617 St. Charles trnL Sit.
Louis, Mo. Hours M a. no. to 7 p.m. Sundays 12
to 2 p.m. 2Z-y I
Business Coats to choose from at nctacl's. !
Grave Vines. Concords. 1.50 per dozen.
510. per hundred, and nil other varieties in
proportion, satisfaction is Kuarranteed as I
to quality and genuineness of vines.
47-om J. W.MIDBLETOX.
Fur Screws, etc.,
S II ELLEN BE Rd ER BRO'S.
Canton Clipper J?icivs!
THE BEST FLOW MADE.
At SIIELLK1VUERGER BRO S.
All ye who have ordered. . .
V. X7. DUST tz. CO.,
will do well to bear In mind that it will be de
livered promptly - - c:
On the Isl of November.
Promptness in being here to receive yonr
stock, and paying forlt, is essential, both for
the reception of your stock In good order, and
because of the low rates at which this stock
has been sold. Mr. Dust will be here with
his stock, and will have considerable unen
gaged stock new, hardy and reliable which
It will pay all to call and examine when they
CclLI and Geo
McCreery A Nickel's lxnmence variety.
The largest lot of
for Wood or Coal, Is at Shellenberger Bro's.
The Latest News !
The Latest Magazines!
. The Latest Illustrated Papers
Can always be found at Pollock's Postofflce
News Depot; where subscriptions for any
periodical or paper published . ln the United
States or Canadas will also be received.
Can ton Clipper Plows !
THE BEST PLOW MADE.
At SHELLENBERGER BRO'S.
Go to Shellenberger Brother's and see their
Do.ty'8 Uxivkksal Washkr. Unrivaled in
the world. v It M ill pay every family to have
Corn, Wheat and Oats.
R-tlney A Lewis have removed their office
to ltobt. Teare dt Co.'s Store, where they will
p.iy the highest cash price lor Grain and oth
500 Barrels of Salt cheap at George
Hohunan'a, No. 15 Main street.
Doty Washing machines and the Novel
ty Wringer, at J. C DEUSER'S.
Carpenter's Tools and Blacksmith's Fur
nishings at Shollenberger Bro's.
Highest market price paid for wheat, oats,
corn, Vc, by Bod ford A ilandley.
Patronise Home Industry. All kinds
or Marble work can be had at Neidhardt's
Marble Works In this city, cheaper than It
can lie bad ehe where. None but the bost ma
terial used. "'..'.
935,000,000 is the capital of the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New York. Jar
vis S. Church 1 their agent at Brownvliie. It
Is the safest company ln the wot id to insure
. ( ,
Organs Burden's, from 3140 to $000; Ma
son & Hamlin's, $75 to f'JOO.
Jamks R. Dtk. Brownvliie.
Ten Ton Blacksmith's Iron of all sizes at
Shellenberger Bro's. .
Private medical aid, read Dr. Whittier
300 keers Horse Slices nnd Nails at Shel
Piece Goods New stock at Mnrhon's.
A Good Wagon Do you want It?
For Stationary or a Good Cigar go to
the PostoiRcc :,
Tlsdel can furnish you the genuine Con
Three Fresh Milch Cows wanted
IT. B. THOMPSON.
The best Fanning Mills made can be seen
and purchased at Tlsdel's .
Hair, Lime, Cement nd Flaster of Paris
eor,s .,. :!.: en b 1 id at George Hoi man.
Preerrins Sn:r jtrsd all other kinds
low at Hauk i Ariiiit:'n,o's.
Thou knowlnir themselves Indebted to the
firm of J. L. McGee A Co., will please call at
F. K. Johnson & Co s and settle elt tier ny casn
or note as the books must be closed up.
Overcoats to telccl from at IIefzei'.v
Prof. E. V. Wilson, the gv..i? Ictarer
nnd Test Medium, will lie in this. :vn the
Pth, 10th. 11th and 12th, of November, when
he will deliver a course of Lectures on Spiritualism.
Bai L'.S : ':
n?d Valises at Iletzel's.
Vd Residence for Sale! Great
In the best residence portion of
Good well! Good Barn! Fnrpiire
F. M. FAIRBROTIIER.
Pants and Vests at Iletzel's.
Eye, Ear nnd Catnrrah. successfully treat
ed, by Dr. Klmberlin. Ofllce over the Port
Suits of Boys'
Clothing at Iletzel's.
91200 Dollars an5 Expense! I face Ad
vertisement of American Shuttle Sewing Ma,
chine ln ocr advertising columns.
Cases of Boots at Iletzel's.
J. W. Bliss, Regular Licensed Auctioneer.
Sales attended to ln the country on reason
able terms. Orders left at the Arfierfier
office will receive proper attention. 23-6m
Pairs of Drawers at Iletzel's.
Millers, buy your Rubber and Leather
Belting of Shellenberger Bro's. A full stock
always on hand.
' Roland Yorke 1 a sequel to "The Chan
nlngs," by Mrs. Henry Wood, authorofi.
Lynne," TAe Chaitnino," Verwr't 7Vt'e,"
"The Cntlc' Heir; or Lady Adelide't Oalh,"
"The Shallow of Athlydyat," A Life' Serret,"
RoLAxn Y'orke; a sequel to "The Chan
nlngs." By Mrs. Henry Wood T. B. Peter
son & Brothers have just issued, from the
manuscript nnd advanced proof - sheets pur
chased from Mrs. Wood at an expense ofohe
hundred nnd fifty pounds sterhnx, In gold
Iiolanc". Yorke; A Sequel toTheChannlngs.'
It will be read with interest by all who de
light In the marvellously and ingeniously
constructed plots which are characteristic of
this authoress' writings. Mrs. Wood has a
marvellous faculty of charming her readers
with the skill with which she pnts her char
acters on the stage, of multiplying her plots,
of sustaining her dialogues, and of Intensify
ing ail her minor incidents. Roland Yorke
will not be hid aside without eaer perusal
to the end. for the reader will be constantly
led aside into new avenues and lanes, with
such enchanting views and scenery, that he
never wearies of the path; there are so ma
ny new faces among the new actors, and such
a manic interest thrown around all they say
and do, that his delectation is complete, and
lils Interest never flags for a moment. It is
but justice to say that, In these respects,
which are the secret ot Mrs. Wood's great
popularity as a novelist, this, her last work.
Is her-best. This volume will add greatly to
her high reputation, and will be perused
with enirerness by the whole reading public
Itis remarkably well printed ln large type
and on fine pnper.ln octavo form, In uniform
style with "The Channings" price HJ50, and
will undoubtedly have a very largo sale.
Fruit Cans Self-Sealing at Sheltenber
ger Brother's. -
Tin, Iheetlren and Japanned Ware at
Ileus for Rent Inquire of Dr.' Klm
Groeerle and Qweenswar in great
variety and abundance at Holsman's, 15
S u na ,111 11 1 m mmmmmsmBBmmmwmmmmmn
preparation of its kind
ever ofTarsd to the public,
and baa jxo competitor
m' merit, liv its nsa
GRAY- 1TAIR ij . saoa
restored to its original
youthful color and bril
liancy, which is so much
admired by dl. Persons
whose hair is thin or falling
out will, by the use of oar
OTES Renewersoon see its good
effects, as, by its ?cand
stimulating properties tha
hair glands will be incited
and the hair grow thick
and strong again. In cases
oi Baldness it will create
a new growth unless tho
follicles are destroyed. It
is cooling, and allays all
itching. and irritation of
the scalp. It does not stain
the skin as do dyes, but
makes the scalp white and
clean. As a DRESSING
it is the best and most
economical preparation ia
the world, a3 its efTects
last so much longer. Send
for our Treatise on tho
hair, free to all, by mail.
Sold by all Druggist and Dealers la Kedlelfi.
Geal Agents for Uorth-TTcstera tai:s,
47 L2AS2CS3 CZICi.C3,HL.
McCnEERY & IVICKEIX,
CITY DRUG STORE,
J. H. SHOOK & BROS.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In Native Lumber
of all kinds, lengths, breadths and thickness,
HILL SD ALE
NESXAHA COXTNTY, NECIIASKA.
They own and run oneof the beet Saw Mills
ln the State, and will furnish
MECUAKICS ASD BUILDERS
with a' bill of Lumber or lest cnalltv. on
short notice, at the Lowest Market Price.
Lath and Piclicts
Always on hand for sale.
They also sell cheap at their store in nills-
dale all staple Dry Goods and Groceries, and
such articles as are ln general use.
ilememuer tne business, the men, and the
II. H. 13 HIT All T,
h I 1 11 i
uiuui nuu unit. 11
A I N T E R .
Gralncr Paper Hanger
n or en -i n pin
iiuuoE, ciuii, nuu hiwmmt
No. 60 MAIN STREET,
TJ rownville, NearRsia.
Ja. XttJLi Jk 4Ll.
AND SIGN PAINTER.
OVER HELXEH'S TAOOS SHOP,
OFFERS his services to the public,
with the confident belief that Lis work
will mt the spprobatioa of bis patrons.
Peru Id very Stable.
'."'"-' r ' Ieler In
All IIIiicIm of StocXc.
IIoms TJoTssht, Soil, or Hxciuwi;4.
Stock Boarded by tte Day or Week.
MY STABLES are stocked with good Horses and
burpies. Persons wlshine eonveyam-e to any por
tion of the Nemaha Land Dislrict'can be accommo
Peru iz EroxTiivillo Coacli
Ieavesniy Stolls every morning at Hi o'clock A.
M. Passeniers or parkacra safely conveyed. Or
ders lert wilh the Postmasters will be proinptly at
tended to. li-4l-ly
You Carpenter, Farmer,
and everybody else that want to bay '
"s pfl rT
ir u I
TT7H. W. RAXDOL, at Teru, will
if keep on hand a full supply of No. 1
Co'tnwod Shineles, which be will sell cheap for
Cfth, or will trn-; for yoting stfcls or STajn. All
blsngles Vamutet. Don't fcrzet th" fiife.
War. V. HA.MOL,
auuaiiaa wiaiaaiwaOTawwMaaBaaawgaaaTCrfwrMa' mini aaaaaiaS
C. W. WHEELER,
a!e agent for U. W. Smith's Patent Ttoss
Bri The stronsest and Lest wooden
br.d,;e bow lu cse.
HAUK & ARMITAGE
J. S. HETZEL'S
Ono Prico New York
TSo. TO JIala Street,
One of the larsrest,
best assorted and fi
nest stocks of Men and
Boy's " .
i , 1
Thirties j Valises, Sfd'.Sfc.
EVER OPENED IN
These goods were
selected by himself in
New York, for this
market, and are un
doubtedly the most
reliable goods of the
kind ever offered in
this or any other mar
ket. Mr. Hetzel's ex
perience in this busi
ness over 15 years
enables Mm to select
liis goods with more
judgement, for good
material and make,
than the great major
ity of dealers in Cloth
ing. These go ods have all
been purchased for
Cash, at a very low
niargin, and enables
him to sell them very
Low for Cash.
Few persons once
dealing with Hetzel
but will always deal
there, b ecause his d eal
insrs are fair and above
board. He has but
How York Clolliinq House
. - w i i.
Wholesale and Retail
fH ID Pi
Ihi t u il 1 i
i - 1 ' x-
4 i jlVtii
21, llai n Street,
BROWNVILLE, IN 3313.,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment cf
Staple and Fancy
GROCERIES AHO PROVISIONS,
Glassware & Queensware
Country Prodica Always Wanted!
T Fry ?" -
V7crc Sold in tlio 1"e 1C C 3
NOT ONE HAS EVER FAILED
. mi. ft-m y9 A
k - 0-i.e- W W-a- W
THE PEKVKCT OTKIlATiON OF EVIiUY
ALWAYS READY, NEVER, TAILS.
Easily carried welsrtu 75 Ifcs. fillod. Kisht pnllnns
In the Ktiitine rhurfd with t'nrhonic Acid Gas,
eqnul tol:t', hh'ls. oj Common V aterl
t.liarirea In ;JW sh oihh! t an be rn;harirp! In 1
minute! Throws till feat ! Puts out burniuit Kero
sene, Bdnzole, Tar, tc
EVERY. FARMER SHOULD HAVE ON?:.
EVERY BUILDER SHOULD HAVE O-N'E.
t5-tf BA VJ11 ITS OK T l.Y I.YSVSA XCX.
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry
7o. 59 I.Iain Dtcet, XirownTiUe.
JOSEPH SHUTZ, -
Hits jnst opened and will constantly
jkcep on ha in I a lanr atul well a.ssrrted
41stotk of gcauine articles ia his line.
Xlepalring l Clocks, Watches, and Jew
elry done on short notice.
A LL WORK WA 11 R A XTED.
CHAHTSH OAII T0Vn
AXI WHEREVER KXOWN
THEY STAND OlIBIMUED
FUil ld'RAlM LITV,
For !m)li ity of M.ma -trent
And lor Cleaiiiiiiess In t'ooaLiii,
Mjnn'jicti!ril In the Vt, anj
ai..i,!tetl to the wants of
Surely no ckmI liinii'kwiMr can ailri
ttjbe without in.
roa run e list, auchm
Excelsior .Manufaciuring Co,
Gia &. ci t x, ;iax"; ;ti:i;t, -
ST. LOUIS, MO.
SOLD TiY .
f.'-Vfirn I'.I'.OWNVIf.f.K. N KB,
r Would repetnilly
..j uniiiKinre that ht hs
. located in Ilnnvnvtlie
' and is now prepared
- . r. - r . , r .
V. ' z lOlllllOT, Al.ij op.r'
fttum.i iiertainini; to
the science of ben-
OrriCK Over City Drug Ptore, Iroat room. Hit
" M 1 ' '!-f TTTl MiiiUJ't
The BrownYill3 Transfer Line,
Under the management of
Is now Running Regular Omnibusses from
Brownvliie to the Railroad Terminns
of tbs Council Blntra and St. Joseph Railroad,
- At IZortk Star, I.Io.,
Two Miles from Browurille ind North Sisr Ferry
Good Omniousses. Close Conatction
Charges Lloderate" - 3)-if
' . - 1
" - i
Livery, Feedj Sale and Exchange
Corner Main and Levee st BROWNVILLE.
HAVING purchasetl H1I3 Stable of
A. P. CVnjnwell.1 nm prep;ire1 to furnish
the best TEAMS. p.L'(iiIK ami t'AURIAGF In
Southern hnt-k. at LOWKST CASH K AT Pis.
Room lor Fifty 1 torsos. Corrsil for siclt. I'articu
lar attntion uaiil to ieertinsr or ItoardinK llorws.
U-ly 1'iliLM.S A HAIt.SPS.
E'J LllllHl! SHOP.
naving Just ojiend, at Xo. M lfain street, Erown
SfocV of rillir,pry J.kw1s. we wonldeall public at
tention to the fict that every gootl
may, at reasonable pr?Cf, promre fbr his "better
hHl f." all sue may wish In. our line, of which every
article Is :
be Xo. J, and made up In the best of ntyie, and that
EVBHir "YOTJIIG L'ABT
may here find Just wtat nh. wlshs In tbe way of
Uau, Trimnihufs, Pattera-f, etc. Every one
T7HO TRADE3 T7ITH
may rest wi red that we will spare no pains to
Kive entire Mttisfar:ion. as we are in dully re-cipt of
Ihe latest novelties ln our line, ttive us a culi.
MRS. ALLIE BE.VR.
ICDfOKD A XIOTARD,
Are preiiart-d to funiLMh
DESIGNS 6 SPECIFICATIONS
for all k.'.-ids of
PUDHC AND PRIVATE,
cf the Uifest and most approved styles.
ALSO TAKE CONTRACTS!
All kttt 0 JoA ll- dime to orler!
:3Siip, corner Main and Seco:fI street3,
sno iry vi 'i t.e, xxji. it-?
MM miv l a-SKsawirMr.it 11 am) imui inl.i 1 u
HOME V1SIII6 MACHINE I
WARRANTED THE REST
And the only Mjirhln Unit washes t?iori'ihTy all
kind of fabricks, from the llnet to Ilia) tmrteit
bediiiiiK, without Injury.
WILL WASH FIVE .
AND FIFTY SHIRTS
, IN ONE HOUR.
A day'a washing rehired t on liour. "
Stnte and County Ki!;ts for w-nd for C1rrsiJaj
Home JlantifacturJn? Co..
RAMITEL CUrrLI, Trf
JOf. B. WILDE, Sf'y.
818 N. Fourl.s Street nnd S21 BroiiJway
ST, LOUIS, MO.
i-'4m UroWnvllIe, Xebra.k,
ros pminrno ths clood.
The reputation tfiis tx
reilcnt i::hi'.ino crjuys,
i.4 cienvel froni ila cures,
m;tny of which are truly
cases -vf Scrofi.iou hi
cae, here the ytrn
eecincl suluratcil wi;ia
corrnption, hsve Leen
uri.'lc.i an.l cured br it,
NtoI'dIous a (Tactions ani
ih.sorder?, w Inch were
fravaled Ly the acrufu
na eont.iminsition urr.J
cywrre painally ufTietine', hare teen r.niioaily
cured in rjeh preut imtiilrs io almost every leo
tion of the country, that Uie pi;U';c ncarcely need to
be informed of Its rirtucs or U"es.
Scrofulous poison U one of ti.a most (?ectr,f?:re
enemiea otour race. Ollen, tl-.ii nnceea Had urfeJt
tenant of theors-ani-m un'lcrnnnes theron'titution.
an:! invitea the attack of enfeel-hnjror fatal cii.-ea.'es,
without excitinz a gti-ricion of it ? presence. A J2:a.
It seems to breed infe tifin tliroii.rhout tK.e ho.ly.and
then, on fotne favorable occaMi.n, rapi-l'y devtiop
Into ono or otlier of its hideous f.-nns, either oa U.
nrface or amonr the vital-. Li the Imt, tut-er-elc
may be suddenly depcif-l in tlie Vimi or
heart, or tumors formed ia t'.e l.rer, or it si.ovt
its presenco Ly eruptions on tle ikvs.cr foul ulcer
ations on uome part of tire bod 7. lit-u e the occa
sional use of a little of tl.ls ii'irwriritlrt i ad
visable, even w hen no active !vn,i.r- r-j of iliseose
arpear. I'ersors aniicted witli t!. f.i lowing coro
Plaints renerally flad immediate re.'ief, an!, at
leotti.rure. by Uie u.e of this HA KSAHAJt IL
T.A: St. A nthony't J'irr, Ili r 7 rysipefn,
Tetter, Suit lihevm, Setil-i limit, Jlinvorm,
tiar Eiivt, bmrr Ear, and other cvv.; t.ons or
visible forms or ServfuUvt ",isease. Aio ia tha
fiiore concealed fomi, as l)itjieln , I)rrr't
llenrt liineatf. Jilt, Efihvt'J, .VfMra.'yi,
and Die various Vlerrmt a-ecllons of the muscu
lar and nervous systems.
Syphilis or Vmrrenl and 'ZTcrruritl I)t
ere cured by it, though a Ion : time is require.', for
suufhiinaT thejie obstinate ma.'.niies by any nied;rine.
But Ion; continued use cf this medicine will cure,
the complaint. X.rumrrhrra or II hitet, I trrinm
l leemtiont, and J-'mwl IHneatrn, are com
mon iy goon rfhtvetl nnl n':ini:itely cured Vr its
)nrtfylnje and Invioratin? ei'.Vct. .Af,nute l:ec.
lions'for cacli ca-e are fuud in or Ahnacc, sup.
plicil rmfi. r.hrnntntiitm and w. wtie!
auje l by acunmlatins .of extrttneous nifer
in the blood, yield cuicklv to it, as aio 1 irrr
Vontrilaint. Trpi4itu, i'otiijmt ion rr innm.
mat ioi .f the J.irrr, n'ijnuntlire, ! en ai !.Uiir,
s they etten l, from the r- ' rir pci.-ors in tna
blood. Tbi SAIISA t'AJtt J I. A U a prcst re
storer fir thestrerrth nnd vi-'or of the ty?tcni.
Those who arc Xrxwfd jtid J.itUnit, Zrajm
tiriit, Slfrplft, ami troubled with rrr A p
jrrrhfHninn fr fmct, or anv of tiie Cicf:.n,
fymptomatic of V'rnknr. Mill Ji r; t Imineilmte
relief ami convincing cvidcuce t-f i:.- i'.''. oiativa
power uion truL
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