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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1869)
Price Den's Stoves before purchasing.
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wftM- 1 ' nTmcn ornrr Asiatic and
rontf Htrwis. "Services every oilier Sunday Morn
bur and evrv Sunday evening. '
' O. K. DAVIS, Hector.
' HAPTIJT CTTTTtTIT. Corner Fourth and Atlan
tic sirtat. rvkv;very tsabbath except tue tmra
la eadi ciont. at 11 p clock a. m. i"''",r-
. - T. b. UtW K, Pastor.
t LODGE DIItECTOUY. ,-
t n v -Rro-nvllle Lortr No. S, I. O. O. F.
kkm ruK3nveTetiinf ol eab wret-lc.at "o'clock
r. r.i.,Ji their iiau IB me xrrj ani, ju
All vixiunr Brothers are Invited.
..-.' Gbo. V. JDpBsrr, Secy.
A. F. A: A. M. Nemaha Valley Lodire No., A.
' v a ll..ni(lfl on tb 1st and ad (uiurdays in
nrh month, at b o'clock p.m., at their Hall In the
Brevtnievc r Brick, on Main (Street,
All vfei'iiug Urothets are lavtted. f' ;
- Jau. L JXacKER, Secy.
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Arrival and Departure of the Mail.
Jforthern, Eatrn aud Southern departa at 9 1
am arHl'M Ht 1 I) m.
.Jtulo Mail arrive at tv ra.i ieparta at ? a. raj r
y,rxi urnfenui r la.s cts'aris ai i. p. in.
lieHtriee -Mail awives Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays at 8 p.m.; deiNirtsTuesdnya, Thursdays and
ttaturdavp at 7 a. ra.
Grant Mail arrives Fridays at 4 p. departa
TTiurndavw at 8 a. m.
YukI office Hours .from 7 a. m., to " p. m. Sun
days from 10 to 10 -4 a. in. W, A. FULOCK, P. M.
Time Table u Joe. and C B. II. R.
On and after May 23d, 12)69, Trains will leave Phelps
Station an follows : .. .
ooico vorth. Gorvrc sorTfi
psenrerIjeave, "UrM a. ni.' p. tn.
.....irr leave. t:!2 a. in.' ' !7:U u. ul.
yreitfUU.... Leave," 1-" p. m. r U& a. m. b
Mail trains dally exrept Sunday. A
' Uiuilv except Monday. I J"
XlMily except Saturday.
J, It, CoUiajip, Editor.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2-3, 1SG9,
Corn taken for goods at Den's.
Honey, at Rich 4 GIllmore's.
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Dan has Tricks, as No. 41 main street.
4Penny Sails in abundance, at Shellen
berger's. ' T "
Ladles Furs selling at your own price, at
Den's. "- . '
Bells and '-Ilorfe
A Fall Stock; of Choice Groceries at F. E.
Johnwn 4 Co.'s. - ,
Eagllsh Meltons Full suit at A.May's
Tricks, to perfume the breath, at D. H.
Lewis 4 Co.'s. : .. ;
-100 Cords of Hard "Wood for sale
Hsuk 4 Armltage,
Craaberrlaa Twenty cents a
Rich 4 Gillmore's.
For choice Groceries, Winter Flanncls.Fan
cy Dry Goods, go to W. T. Den's.
Winter Clotlilng.-ent's Shawls, la
dies Cliks and Fur Cape, of latest styles,
. at Dea's. . . -. ' - .
' District Court for this County has, by
rfci" rf Jadrfe Mason, been adjournad to the
"2Hh Inst. .
' Irg Store for Sale. A complete and
well sele tel aLoek of Drugs for sale, low for
cash. Enquire at this office,
Taos Plaid and Plain Waterproofs
nave arrived at the Regulator, and are being
sold at such prices as to be within the reach
of alL '. ' .
1st Premium The Canton Clipper Tlows
manufactured by Parlin & OrndofT, took the
1st lYeinlum at our State Fair. For sale by
Those Ladles' and Children's Furs have
arrived at the Regnlator.and from lnspoclion
we are forced to say they are splendid. They
are going off ra pi ;My.
II. C. Lett's new residence is about fin
ished, and is a credit to that part of the city
aswtolla to its enU-rfirifcing owner, and to
il builder, Uuele Moses Couer.
Considerable nuislj Ice has been running
In the river since Sunday morning, and if
the weather continues cold and blustery as it
Js now, the river will soon close up.
Oar P. M. Is Just now making up his club
list for eastern papers, arid offers great induce
ments to patrons who take through blm.
!all, as Vi best to commence with the year.
Sad Accident-IiOt Sabbath, as Mrs.
niLton vw returning from th M. C Church
In this city, she fell dwn the steps leading
.from the street to the church, breaking her
arm. . . ' '
Baptist Sabbath School There will be
a PaUbath School organized At the First
Baptist Church in this city next Sunday
week. This will give Brownvllle four Sab
bath school. :
Tst 31 e reliant Isturauct Company
of HU Joaeph, Mo., have Just done a good
"thing for thentselvesand patrons, by appoint
ing W. IL Hoover agent in this city. Many
f our merchants are share holders in this
young and sound company.
A !Cvr Xtestnrantt on the Unions Frencli
! will be opened over R1e1 A JIllmoTe's
Bed Store next Monday, by C McPhenwn
Charley la determined to eater to the people
In true hofiuitable style. Cull and aeo him ;
hell glTe yoa the best the market affbrds.
J. W. Bllse and Geo, B. Moore, now
canvassing the county or CoC Furnas' Nur-j
ar ar anthorlsel neenU to receive Knb-i
scrtptions or adywtislag for this paper; aivl
as canvassers for gond,r?llable nursery stock,'
wefvkethls oirortunIty ct recommending
them to a!l wishing iiTq-tUkg la that line".
Dunn A. Ce the new men who are setting
up In Patch's old 6tand, are getting things in
shape as ftu.t as possible.- Theirstock has not
yet all arrived, but we are assured will be a
good one when opened. We are pleased to
see our young friend R. R. Ilayes In charge ;
this Is as good a recommendation as the new
establishment need want. Success to Dunn
4 Co. ;
Praf. gmltn has returned from Falls City,
having orgnitlsed a Brass Band In that place.
Th eitlsens of that plaee took hold of the
"matter quite lively, and are determined to get
as good iv -awl f JnstruuieDt, and. have as
good a band"" its is ii the St'ateJ ' They will
have as good a teacher aa can be had, and
through, liim . they ova rely oa getUng-No. 1
instrument: . - -
C DnV Trial" Suffices to prove ftTai Dor.feys
CLetnlCiiI""tiust lUklhg Powder is superior in
very rwpeit toariy ther ever tnaiiufactured.
It Is pntup insi 'i."Iod2poundoans,whlcl
contain 'that "quantity "of .owJer by actual
net height; while the majority of Baking
-Powders oflbred, tail short rrora oue-elghth to
one-half of what is represented. -Ak your
groc?r Xbr DOOiey'a, and you will notbesatls-f
" Bed with any other. 1- ' ;-7 '
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Runaway a. Two teams rf seemingly fast
horses took -a UwJyxuu on our stretHa last
Saturday evening, waakhing tJUugs up
.slightly, yet not so bad mt that the wnpons
were repaired enough to tanke for home that
night." "Odo f the team had come from
about fifty miles went,- asid the owner said
"that -seven families frosalils neigliijorboutl
-were-in this city that, day.; Krownyille is
doing some trade with the western, counties.
Talrtsan work meur seven calves, five
JnUchcows, nineteen hons (with or without
pigs), three horses. thirty-seven cords of
wood drj-), ninety-three pounU of good but
'er, two-hundred and three bushels of corn,
levn tons of hy, thirty-one colts (weane!),
ventea lmrrris of Apples, CXtj'-.three bush
els potatoea, nlnety-vea bushels of onts,
evrn tt(ns. thirteen doxon goo.1 :gR,
ninetyniue jiounJ woU"tt. vara, seyuty
five tons wool, eighty-one pounds livegecae
feathers, seven dressed hog, household fur
f lUir, plcws, threshing maolilne8,corniihel
Jers,or even greenbacks, wanted at this office
amounts due it, and for which the highest
market prloe will I allowed. There, rpy
Urair, if that latitude Is not large enough,
11 uaknaw waiyuu wimUJl Lkciruy. in,
and diJuMless we ran "dicker."
secoiass Ilalslns for the holladay,, at
aicrnerson & xutue ;
The best FanrJrir "Mills made cn be seen
end lAircli-iMt-d at liters ;- ! - ; .2 .1
Carpenter's Tools apd ElacksmSlh's Far-
nlshlngsat ShellcnbcrKerl!rya. !
,or ,tn : cheapest Groceries
and Provisions go to the Red Store, ' '
iiUAiis at wholesalo or retail at A. F.
Cohn's Ciac Factory, 2 Slalu street, f ,-.
Bnchivheat and Spring AVheat Flour-
good and low,.At
An uncle of Jcdse Mwrgan Is In this city
looking up the desirability of .awestera loca
Smoked Halibut, Codfish, Mackeral, and
all the flnny tribes usually kept for sale at
McPherson & Tuttle's.
Por Clothnij, ca oa
Her r Vdin Grand-
stein, at May's llegulator.
lie knows what
Is good, and recommends, jpothlng but what
is. ' ' " "Tpri -i
Mr. Skinner, traveling agent for the St.
LoJ tnxOfonflrrj was in this city the past
week. lie represents a live bouse one that
Is ever ready to contribute toJLhe wants o
the poor printer.
"U e, lern.from I).. Y. Culbertson, that
young l'arnam, so badly mangled by a sepa-
I rator two weeks since, Is Improving, under
his recovery are bow confidently entertaim
Jakes Berkley 4t Berger, we notice, are
fixing up the front of their shop on College
street, and are now prepared to do all kinds
of wagon making or repairing, in fact any
kind of work in wood that may be war ted.
Mr. Colt, of the Arm of Woolworth dfc Colt,
dealers in bookslatlonery, ptljilersy stock,
etc, on -Second etrettvst. Joseph, Mo.,' gave
usaeall this week. We -find -them liberal
dealers, and prompt in filling orders" at east
ern prices, freight added.
Jewelry A splendid stock of new Jewel-
ry watches, clocks, 4c, just received by Jo
seph Bhutz. This is as pure a stock as was .
evtr opened in this city, for w e know, s all !
do who have "purchased of him, that Joseph
keeps only first clas goods.
: 7 i' : pay-VP!.'; ;:.
AH accounts due D. H. Lewis & Co. must be
paid up immediately, or they will be placed
in the hands of an officer fox collection. "A 1
word, to' the wisc:"tavecosts. ' ' : 1 ' V .
Sold Out Mrs. Bear has sold her Interest
In the Millinery shop, one door west of Sau-
der's Saddler shop. The "young lady in at
tendance will be pleased to wait upon all who
may call, and we can endorse her taste and
style as good in such work. ' '' '
Potatoes, Cabbage, Greeiy Appf esn pried
Apples, etc., at McPherson & 1 uttle s.
The Old Saylng-'0,"farCier,,'and fare
worse'.' Is played out, for if you goto the 1
foot of Main street, to Baur's Saddle Shop,
and buy anything In his line, you will be
sure to get good ware at low prices, t And he
keeps post everything.' Go and see Iilm.
"Woolen Goods, unsurpassed in excel
lence or low price, at MeFheron & Tuttle's.
For Woolen Goods and Flannels, plaid and
plain, go to McPherson AfTattle's, 66 Main
street, for their new stock of Flannels espec
ially cannot be excelled. '. They have also a
fine stock of Ladle's Waterproofs, Prints and
Blankets, Just opened. Call and see them.
200 Pounds Live
Geese Feathers, at
May's Regultor., '
Leaf Tobacco "Wanted. Farmers hav
ing on hand any leaf tobacco of their own
raising, will find a purchaser therefor at this
office. If you have any, bring it la soon.
Those desiring to rrlse it as a crop will find it
to their advantage to call on us. ' ;
COLIIAPP & BRO.
Hides, Pelts and Furs, wanted at Don's.
Isaac and Ucultfn Wyatt, living near Ben
nett's" Mills, have alsconded, taking with
tli Hi the wire of W. T. Russell. These men,
In connection" with one or two others, were
arrested by the people of Nemaha City, for
breaking into the store of Burrell Hoover,
and given a certain length of time to leave
the country, which they Imve now done5.'
Dried Fruits, for the hollldays, full stock
at McPherson & Tut lie's. . : . : -
"Sore Eyes." Wo learn from our City
Treasurer, Jonas Hacker, that during the
,wcek ending November 20, lie collected road
funds totheamount of 5187,50, and paid out on
eight ordrrTT,70, leaving a "balance on hand
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ot ?iia,su. iuiswiii prooaoiy cure tne " sore
eyes" for quite a number, provided they
have no larger orders than the eight accom
modated during last week. Bring on your
orders on the road fund.
A Large Invoice of choice Fresh Groce
ries, for thejjolUJays, Just received at
'Mcpherson & tuttle's.
To minister to the stomach Judielouely,
is one of-tho chief ends of man's existance.
for In that lies his ability to do good, in keep
ing an equable mind, healthy body, and
leave behind a vigorous, healthy, generation.
To this end it is a blessing to have in our
community upright, conscientious grocers.
who hold their profits as a secondary consld
eratlori to pride in the goods. Weneedlrard
ly add, what all know, that Swan 4 Brother
are men who fill this bill to a fraction. Call
andseataem. ' '
Genl's, xoxyour- TJndervear .go to
A Most Liberal Offer We will send the
Orchard 4 . Vixeyakj; price thM, Ocb
SchooI.ay VisiTOK, one of the best maga
xlnea'for lioys and girls published In this
country, worthSl,25 ayear, ami a magnificent
aieel-plala engraving, entitle! -'Uklp Mk
Up," worth 2.50 per copy, alt to anyone who
will send ns $2. The engraving will be sent
post-paid, secure from Injury, and will make
a charming ornament for any parlor or sit
ting room. ..Send In the names, aridsecuro
$5.50 worth for only ti
Scotch Caslmere Salts at Ai May's Reg
ulator. 'V. .-..-.
The Lady's Friend The Christmas
number of this attractive monthly has twJ
irKdmmrti5 vtJalfve steeVvagrvijs
comrutirtmi pil-tares, "The I)KrtRTmE' and
The Rrrrmf." More beautiftil engravings
than .tUa ie .seldom" seen innagazlne.
The publishers effer great lnIucem$ rs to new
subscribers, and we recomnit nd our readers
to enclose ten cents for a sample copy to
leaeon 4 Peterson, S19 Walnut Street, Phila
delphia. Price $2,50 per year ( which also in
cludes a large steel engraving.) Four copies
$0. Five copies (arid oue gratis,) H"! The La
dy's Friend" and the Saturaay Evening Post
(and one engraving), SiCA . , ... ., .
$2.50 for Flour Tou ran now live, for
that is the price for a No. 1 article at Uauk 4,
Armltages. - '
A Nuisance Checked Four .boys were
arrested last Saturday for shivereelng one of
our young Iwehelor friends, who Mad. Ru-
inoraays iiMoeuMi on the jolnt of commit
tlng'mairtmony for some time past. The
boys bad been making "niftht hklcous" for
the patfo:r weeks,until "patience ceased to
!c a virtue t nd, aHer trial, the hoys plead
ing guilty, Judce Morgan Iniptsed the least
fine allowable by law 5,00 and cost, and In-
curceratioa uutil it was paid. They Mere all
out Snndny morn Ins, not looking tnach sad
der, but we trut, wiser boys Having "been
on the shiveree" ourself, we mnrtot conscl
entloualy xadem the practice, If Judiciously
conducted. .,"' , '
Just lleeeived at Hoit-r's, f2 Main
street, an - extra tine lot of -whl rK. ' lon
! and rntan buzy wbip, ladies' and pents'
rldirig m-Ii);), rsw hiVt nnd solid loiither
; hhu-ksnakes and variou other kfnij" chesp
i.fire-.isU. Give rnu,fi-!l in'xt-Himr east -of
i vlK iohc l2CPr.3 0FriCEWAS. '
4 J t, i
i r-u -ry' a.,, j,.
'-r.' ;vf.c 'tr-ter!'Uca of tiif rianyltTer
ent articles of Furniture kepi on hand Tby
iiannarord & McFalL Both Na 1 cablnt
imakers, and of coarse Judges of jrood work.
wnicn vruy ttke pride larewmmendlnjc and
Molina -Thef are men. who desire noliiing
more than a fair living profit. Their stock
comprises almost everyUJng that may b de
ciitvA, iao oi me mosTsoDstanriai anayretii-
est patterns. Call, even if you don t Just wish
to Duy. . . .
Composition hy our Devil. You may
city of Brownvllle, and you will not find a
place wnere you can trade to better ad van-
tagethan with S. P. Tuttle, at McPherson
ft Tuttle's, for- .-
do the fair thing always, and will show you
as fine a stock of goods of all kinds as
can possibly desire to select from. J pretend
their stock Is fully up to every requirement
of the market, and that they sell lower than
any boose in thecity."-'. ' '
CORRECT I '
Tell me ye winged winds .
That round my pathway roar,
Can't you think of a pleasant drink
rl T won't make a man's throat sore;
A pleasant soothing drink.
Mixed In the best of style;
.That warms within and warms without.
" Ana makes a mortal smile?
The cold wind blowinz round the corner.
seemed to say, ,
The" nest place ! to go is to Berger's Alhambra!
RRAL ESTATE !"
If you wish to rent a house, or buy city or
county property, call oaEE. Ebrlght at his
queens ware store. No. 61 Main street,
ET-RKKA I ; v. ,
Yet, sweeter by far, than all of these tome.
Which charms when all others fail,
Are those sweetest, those dearest, those love-
. "PERFtMES, --' -Which
D. H. Lewis & Co. have for sale I
Ladies, buy f -Gents, try them, and cry out
Canned Fruits, eto.,
; ? . Just received at . . i,
SWAN 4 BRO'S.
Ralsens, Currants, Citron, and other
Christmas goods, received at- ": t
' SWAN & BRO'S.
STILL THEY COME I
New Goods for .
' " F. E. JOHNSON A CO.
. Osage Orangrc Plants.
The largest and finest lot ever offered in
Nebraska, and for sale low for cash, by ',' '
' - H. CLETTy
STOVES I STOVES 1 1 STOVES lit
r-. Twenty percent, cheaper at - '
IV. T. DEX'S
than any house In Nebraska.
(BAMEV, ." i ' . . GAME!
Wanted, by J. Iluddart, at No. 47 Main St.,
Brownvllle, Neb., Prairie Chickens, Quails,
Wild Turkeys, 4c &c, for which I will pay
the highest market price in cash. ' .'; ; ;
Trapped Birds command the highest price.
Selling OS at Cost !
In order to get room to repair my store
house, I will sell out my present stock of
Cooking and Heating stoves at cost. For
cheap and good stoves go to t he Pioneer Stove
Store, opposite the Court Couse, by J. C. Deu
ser. CHINCHILLA CLOAKS.
Ladiis, go to the Regulator and see his fine
asaortinent of Chinchilla Cloaks. They are
unexcciled. Also Cloaks for Children. Don't
fall to go and see them. They arc good and
Residence for Sale. ""
Having determined to goon to my farm, I
offer for sale my residence in Brownvllle.
Particulars given on application.
' R. W. FURNAS.
For men and boys. The most comfortable
Cap for Winter, at
MAY'S PRICE REGULATOR.
GO & C!
100,000 feet Pine Siding, -
75,M) feet Pine Flooring,
60,000 feet Finishing Lumber,
150,000 Pine Shingles,
Together wtth Sash. Doors. Blinds. Mould
ings, etc.. Just received and on hand low for
cash at . J. 'R. BELL'S
Lumber l arrt, urownvuie.
43-And 20 Car Loads Coming!
Just opened in abundance, at May's Regu
lator. They are a choice article.
'- a a
. ' At THEO. HILL & GO'S.
100 PARLOR HEAT STOVES
' .,' ' 500 COOK STOVES
Of every pattern known to the eastern mar
ket fir sale low for cash at Shellenberger
Bro's.- - " ' : .-
Dexter's Time Beat by the rale at which
the new hat, v . - ..-....,
AMERICAN' ' GIRL, "
Is being sold at the Regulator. : Thestylo and
goodnin it are such aa to make It a general
favorite. Call and see it. , . : ',
We sell pure goods only.
McCREERY 4 NICKEL.
' AIX CUT-
ting done to order at Morgan's Tailor Shop.
- Ihr Xai!,
i I"or Locks,
- For Butts, '
. , " , For Latches,
For Screws, etc., "
goto ! ' SHELLENBERGER BRO'S.
Canton Clipper JPloics!
, ' ,;- 'TnE BEST PLOW MADE.
At SI1SLLEXBERGER BRO S.
:, Call and Seo , '
" McCrcery 4 Nickel' immeuee variety. :
. ,1, DIL, HOLLADAT
Respectfully informs his old frleads and
the public, that ha Is prepared to attend all
calls In the line of his profession. .Office at
D. H.Iewls & Co. '3 Drug Store; Main street,
Browhrllle, Neb. ' " 51"tf ..
,,Tldel en furnish you the genuine Coii
cvrd Bujrslei .' -- .-.. ' " j
A.W.Mdfem. Jr.. of nrownrllle. 63 Main
Street, 1. ;jst opened rtiaky nd complete
stfck .ifJiiLtuHCaaiaierW NttiUngn.aiui all
kmdsof Piece uootis. and ispreparedtomaae
Oent's Clothing toordiTin the mcwr Jashion-
able style. ' He aKo k.?'!is a fall llneof Ready
wadetjouiing, uv caps ana uent s or
Ulshing Goods. . ... 47-3m
i-.OOLD 1TETVARD. . . .
Backs Brilliant Cook Stove took the Gold
Medal above the Charter Oak and other com
petlng Stoves, at the New Orleans and St.
Louis Fairs, in 1SS3. ; For sale at the Pioneer
Htove store, by.
H-3m ;J - . ' J. U. UtUStil.
The largest lot of .. -
for wood or Coal; Is at Snellen bergex Bro's.
Good Building Stone We arenow pre
pared to furnish cood buildinsr stone, in any
quantity. Also, Step Stones, Bases for Mon
uments or Tomb stones, water Tables, eTc
famished aa -short notice and reasonable
terms -j-' v - .: . Lorancjs A Varnby.
Grave Vines. Concords, t LSO ner dozen.
$10. per hundred, and all other varieties in
proportion- . (Satisfaction is guarranteed as
to quality and genuineness of vines.
47-tm . -J. W. 31IBDJUETOr.
in - t- i i . n' .
Xiyct rtr miu wiiui j&u, Hiioxsniuiijr n rut
Pi, by iJr. . Klmberlin. Office over the Post
$1200 Dollars and Expenses I See ad
vertisement of American ShuttleSe wine Ma,
chine in our advertising columns,
J. W. Bliss. Regular Licensed Auctioneer.
Sales attended to in the country on reason
able terms. Orders left at the Advertuer
office will receive proper attention. iW6m
Millers, buy your Rubber and Leather
Bolting of Shelleuberger Bro's. A full stock
always on hand.
Tin. Sheetlron and Japanned Ware at
Private medical aid, read Dr. Whittier's
advertisement. -.--. .
300 Iters Horse Shoea and Nails at Shel
A Good Wagon Do you want It?
For Stationary or a Good Cigar go to
J. S. He tzel is certainly apublic benefac
tor for his is the largest and most r
assortment of Clothing and Gent's-Furnishing
Goods in the west, and from this ho will
anyone the privilege of making their own
selections, guarran teeing them good materi
al and well and fashionably made, at a less
price than any other house
- At Na 70, McPherson Block.
Patronize Home Industry-All kinds
of Marble work can be had at Neidhardt's
Marble Works in this city, cheaper than it
can be had elsewhere. None butthe best ma
S35.000.000 is the capital of the Mutual
Life Insurance Oompanyof New York. Jar-
vis S. Church is their agent at urownvuie. it
Is the safest company in the woild to insure
In. . .. - u
Organs. Burdett's. from $H0 to $600; Ma
son &. Hamlin's, 575 to ?(j00.
- James R. Dyk. Brownvllle.
Ten Ton BlflckKinith's Iron of all sizes at
Shellen berger-Bro s. . - - , -:-
Builders Atf entlon I am now prepared
to do all kinds of Plastering In this city or
vicinity. Orders left at the American House
will be promptly attended to. Prices reason
able ! Work first class 2 1
no31-3mJ A. K. JJell.
Kllbourn, Jenkins fc Co Manufac
turers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in
all kinds of Pine Lumber, Lath, hliiugius,
Pickets, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Battens, etc.
Office and Lumber Yard, corner 4tli ana .Main
streets. Branch Yard at Phelps City, Missouri.
We manufacture our own material in ine
Pineries of Oshkosh, Wis., wiiere we have
in niwratinn nnp. of the largest manufactures
of everything made in Pine in tho world.and
obtaining our Lumber direct from the tree,
ns we do, we can sell at lower rates man 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 ol
everything In our line, so that those In want
. i ii: i . . 1 . .. .1 ..
may always reiy upon geiung w uut mey ue-
sire. We simply ass; auioexamineourstocK
and prices before purcha,suigelsewhere,aswe
can ensure satisfaction in both.
Traveling Baskets for the Ladles.
McCREERY 4 NICKEL.
I have now in mv 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 Picket.
In fact, anything In the building line, which
I warrant A No. I in every respect, and on
which r do- wot propose to be undersold, for
cash, by any man west of the Missouri river.
I Invite all who need anything in my line to
give me a call, knowing that I can outfit them
with good material, at the fairest rates.
J. R BELL,
Cor. Water & First Streets,
Lumler delivered within the city
e3elimits, FREE OF CHARGE.
Kega WMte Leadjuit receivecL
" McCREERY A NICKEL.
PITS! FITS!! FITS!!!
at Alf. W. Morgan's Clothing Store.
Canton Clipper Plows !
, g TIIE BEST PLOW MADE. n
, At (SHELLENBERGER BRO'S.
Checkered Feed Stable is the best place in
town to refresh and feed stock. Hay, bats,
corn, bran and shorts for sale. Stock boarded
bv the day, week, month or year at reason
able rates. Farmers, give him a call. .- Nos.
6 and 8 Brownvllle, Nebraska " 4$-tf
Go tp Shellenberger Brother's and see their
Doty'8 Universal Washer. Unrivaled in
the world. It will pay every family to have
On.' ' " ? ;--;--', - ; . j
.- ,m ' 1 ' ' 1 i ' -
Corn, Wheat and Oats.
Rainey 4 Lewis have removed their office
to Robt Tea re 4 Co. 'a Store, where they will
pay the highest cash price tor Grain and oth
er Produce. 1
Bolts Wall Paper, direct from New York. ,
. .: ; t McCREERY A NICKEI
HADK & AKMITAGE
Wholesale and Retail -
al'o. Qlj JIain Street, ,
Keep constantly on baud a fall assortment of
Sfa pl6 aftdz Fancy
GH0CER1ES AND PRQViSIQliS,
Glassware a Queensvare
. ... Ol t'E IS li CJZ.Z.T . '
Country Produce Always Wacted!
POLLARS. All kinds and stvles,
at-.-v - - . r - HETZEL'S.
Haye the Largest Stock, and Make the Lowest Prices.
Fbnr Ilole Shcller and Power, cither belted or
Four Hole Sheller and Power, either belted or geared with "eight foot" elevator
Four Hole Sheller and Power, either belted or geared with "ten foot" elevator -
Six nole Sheller and Power complete, either belted or geared with eight or ten foot elevator,
Twonole Self Feed Sheller, with single sacker, two-horse power, Jack and drive rope.......
Two Hole Self Feed Sheller, with single sacker, two-horse power, geared -
Two nole Hand Feed Sheller (or "Farmer's
TIME IlEaSGJS WSIY
t i 1 1 1 . ; : : i v
Were Sold in the Year 1888
: IS KECAC3E
NOT ONE HAS EVER FAILED
THE PERFECT OPERATION OF EVERY
)1U V JLt
FULLY GUARANTEED, :
AND WHKREVEB KNOWN ... .
THEY STAND UNRIVALLED
FOR lr It ABILITY,
For simplicity of ranacemcnt
" And fur Cleanliness in Cooking,
3ianufacturtd in the West, and
. adapted to the wanU uf
-C Surely no good honekeever caa anora -v
to be without one:
FOB PRICE LIST, ADDBESS ' '.. d '
Excelsior Manufacturing Co,
G12 & G14 IV. MAIX'STKET,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
' - 80LI BY
rxi-Sml nnoWNTIM.K. NKR.
BLAX1CS of all kind, eonsjfcntlv on
hand, at the Advertiser Job (.Gee.
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? - I t a -
W S et
' (j N 1,
s I M $
O A. IR,
Main Street, McPherson Bloclv, Bronville,
m WISE MMUFSxUEIIi
LIST OF PRICES, COIIPLSTE T7ITH POT7X1T:
geared with double sacker..........
Sheller") with one-horse power, jack ana rope
A. L. RICH.
EICH & GILLMOEE,
Successors to W. II. SMALL,
DEALERS AND JOBBERS IX
Sacli as Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Molasses. Syrups, Tlour, Bacon, Fisl, Dried
Beef, Salt, Coal Oil, Tooaoco, Cigars, Cheese. Dried and Ureenxnuw, ion
fectionaries of all Kinds, Wooden Ware, &c.
In connection with the above they keep constantly on hand a largo supply of feed,
CORS, OATS, BKAX, SHOUTS, &c.
All -Goods Sold at Prices that Defy
Highest Market Price paid for all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE.
" Reduced Prices to suit the Times, Small Profit &na Fair Deallne, Is their invariable rule.
Goods will be sold to Country Merchants in either large or small bills add at extremely low
A FRESH SUPPLY OF GROCERIES JUST RECEIVED AT THE RED
ii. S'lOKE. McPherson Eiick, north side of Main Street, in the room formerly occupied
by W. H. Small.
,tf men & gixivmoiit:.
GENERAL DILVLER. IN.
rocaries IS Provisions
We have on hand a large
To which we are making co
wo are selling at Prices a3
In the Quality of our Goods
FLOUR OF THE MOST APPROVED BRANDS.
HIGHEST TflARKBT , PHICS PAID TOR
"Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
ITo. 74 Uain Street,
& detail Ucalcra in
. .WO '
F. A. T&del, Jr., & Company,
A. II. GILLMORE
Competition. ' -
i i i j and well assorted stock of
"l nstant additions, ana which
) J low as any Houso west of
j TVE DEFY COMPimnOH.
mm, mm, c
Dealer In all kinds of stock.
sold and exchanged. Stock
dav or week. .
,. i in all frenlx
: tan b? ux cotA
DAY OR TVIOIIT.
A stock eorrall, with an abundant supply
of pure watt-r. altar! ietl U tlrt stable. 4-1
S j'V J
Acer's Cherry Pectoral,
Tor Diseassa ef th Throat and Lanrs,
suoh as Coughs, Colds, "WhocpLas
Cough, Bronchiti3. Asthma,
Trobablr never before In tho whole history ct
medicine, has anything won so widely aivi so deeply
upon the coniWcnce of mankial, a thi.- eirotient
remedy for pulmonary complaints. Thni2 lon
series 'of fears, and amonz aiont of the "races or
men it ha risen higher and hier In tiwtr etima
tiod, as it ha become better known. Its uniform
chsracter anl power to cure th rarknis slections
ef the lunzs and throat, have made it known as a re.
liable protector smit them. Wtue ailapted ta
milder forms of diM;afie and to younij ch.Mren, it is
at the same time the mot eCertuai rvuieiT that can
be siren for incipient c-nsarnpu n, ana the dao
pcrotu affwtions of the throat and lungs. As a pro
vision again't sud'len atta' ki of Croup, it chouid
be kept on hand in every famiiy, and ml-el as all
are sometimes subject to colli and euuj;!i, oil
should be provided witn Uiii antidote for Uem,
Althoufi settled t'on$umntian U tJiiuit in
curable, still great numbers or f a-e a here Lij di v
eae seemed settled, hare been completely curcfl,
and the patient restored to sound hea:U) by the
Cherrf 1'eetoml. iom'k'te it iu maitry
over the diior-Ier of tho Liinx and Tlroat, taat
the most obstinate of then yu-ld it. When sxa
in eUe could reach thein, uadcr lim CArrry
torat they sulfide and disappear.
Hinijrrn nnd l'uttii $prtker JLnd grett pro
tection from it. -
Atthmi u al.vjjs rulieved and often who2y
cureil by it.
Branch it la Is enerany cnre-1 by tstinr tha
Cherry I'rrlirnl in smaii and frequent Uoes.
So generaiiy are ir vinaen kaowu tiat we need
not publish the certLI'atei of them here, or do mor
Ukiii assure Uio publie that its qualiei are fuily
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fovr and Arae, Tnterr?'nt Pever.
Chill Fover, RemittTit Fevtr, Dumb
Aue, PeriotliCil or BJious Fever, So..
and tadeed all tho affections which aris
from malarious, marsh, or miasinatia
As If t name impli, ft doej Cure, and doss
nil. Conuiruny neitlwr Arenif, Qiuiiin, ?mMth.
Zinc, nor any other mineral or poineo-Mi sutatanre
whatCTpr, it in nowise tnj-irps any patient. T1ie
number an(l rmrortnnce of it cures' in theaiedi.vi
tricu, are Lterti!y bevond account, and we believe
without a p:ra.'!. i in the hUiory of Am med.pine,
"5i?-Trido i ;rrativl by the a VnmritICTnewM we
Teceive vf th rmiK-nl cre3 ea""vi in obtrwata
cae, and wbeT oIer remedies had volly faJeiL
Unantjininj ywrrtn, either rosi.ieni in, or
trnvct'inpr through mjaa"i,'tic lfwiV'i', w :il be pro-t'!Ct;.-l
hv takinir the AdVF, CfIK .Uilr.
For T.lrrr Ctnnptninta. ariinr n-oro.Urjiiditr
of tho Liver, it n an ejtce'iint remedy, litiiauUiitf
the Liver into lca!:hy ;tctiv'tv.
For I'.iliou Dior-i.'rs and Liver 0irWt, It
an excellent reni!r, irg!ucini buiot trulv re
markabie cure?, where Cher mm inc-. had i.uled.
I'repare.l bv IR. J- ' Ari p. A to, Prictwl
and An!vtsl ( -HtMiUiU, Lowt-U, MJ., aud So 14
ail round Ue worl.b
$1.0O VElt HOTT3UK.
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