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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1869)
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M (Jfu. .Xviork p.m.. at their Hall In the
T&i lather, an-Inrtd.
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Arrival Depart are f tfce Mall.
rtr)TTi. Eastern and Southern depart at fa.
Mail arrir'w. at p. m.: depart at 7 a
' .ii?MU arrives Monday. WMnrtays and
ICS; "n m.: departs TuemUys, Thursdays sod
t"in.!?AiHil irrra Friday at 4 p. m.; depart
T""1ld.V u.uir. from 7 a. m.. to 7.' P. m. Pun-
Table SU Je. and C. II. It. R.
rtnaodaflT May 3d. 1. Train will leave Phelps
TTe. 1 1 a. in.
fllave.- 1:44 p.m.
iv.ll train AaUy eeept Sunday.
i27 p. m.
IT p. m.
ll:ii a. m.
s-jnh K-xrern' Omnibus leaves Brownvllle for
, m. and 12 m., daily.
J, h. ColLapp, Editor.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1809.
b Rnt- Arp-y at thll office-
-sr. Re--'1 ha &one below aftr a 8tock
of Holiday gooJs. nd undoubtedly
hrlrig fine stock. .
... Th a&iA of Stock. Farming
rrrrr - .
rwto of John MHe' four mlIe
A c ImproTtnitnt Is the brick pavr-
ing from the corner of Atlantic and
MUkUW to the First Presbyterian Church
C. C Btoriflit has removed his office in
HeweU A Kewman, one door east of
Uf-'r- . .
Mlff a full stock: Matraasea, Com
jorU. Allows, Sheet, etc, at
UANNAFORD A McFALL'S.
irafeSBmall last Monday bought outE. E,
EbrkWi stock r Queensware and Tuesday
oJd Rat to A. J. RUter, who takes It to St.
Patrat Laianges that open out at night
tsl'rt-pon,andKhut upas snug asajack knife
Is Uiedriy time, leaving a U-autiful sofa for
use In the day time at llannaford St McFall's,
' improvement- Geo. P. Berkley has leas
ed s portion of the lot In the rear of J. W.
.jaadleton's SaAJleshop, where he Intends
erecting a Taint Shop In the Spring.
G4 Sl.ed Hoga F. A. Tisdel, JrM of
thl city, has now ready to buU-her three hogs
thevirited welglitof which Is 1.7G3 pounds;
one weighing 600, one 5SS and one 575 pounds.
Pretty good average hos for this season.
Change. By our advertising columns it
' will he seen that II. C. Lett has again taken
charge of the Ok Horn Drug Store in Mc
rhereon Block. I. S. Cowles takes the Drug
fitore and buine8 at Phelps City.
- Chalce Holiday Preacnta.
"t ooUced yetiU'rday that Hsnnaford & Mc
Fallwere framing some beautiful Chromos
for the Uoll days. No more beautiful pres-
' nt can .he bought They are splendid and
'riieap. bo and see them.
D. 1l. WcLanghlln, from the fact of his
Injinga Miller by trade undoubtedly the best
la till section is gaining the bulk of the
trade in Flour at his Feed Store, McFall &
Oj's old stand. His recommend la guarran
.lee sufficient for us.
suarlalJohnSralth, one door west o
BoUisons shoe shop, is not excelled in his
wtjie of AhaVin g, sham poolng or h alr-cutti ng;
"orbeeaa put you through a course of clean
tcg uj so pleasantly, quietly and effectually
that ills a great pleasure to be manipulated
Sir hfe dexterous hand. Goto John Smith's.
I3,lfuaiUls By reference to our new
advertisranenU it will be seen that D. C
Sander Is now sole proprietor of these mills.
From a knowledge of these mills and their
pesc ntwier, we feel assured that the pub
lic will Asa wise thing by patronising these
XlUi. Utk. tiicSawand Grist Mills are in
A'o. 1 exMfttlxaocL, Read advertisement.
TU BrwarMTlllc Steam Ferry is still
making regular trips. In spite of mush ice
and U assertion of our Nebraska City cSV
temporartBs to tie contrary. In fact during
the past and this work teams have crossed
at this point which came down from opposite
Plattsmouth from alwvc, and from as far be
low as White Cloud, Indicating that no ferry
on the river between Omaha and St Joseph
are at this place la making regular trips.
' Tns Laiaber Trade of Brawnvllle is
fcore extensive than most of our readers
ksve any idea. It extends at least 200 miles
st and south, yet we were a little surprised
last Tuesday to see four teams drive down to
J.K BolPs Lumber Yard in this city, which
, came from the head of Salt Creek, Lancaster
eounty,60 miles northwest of this city, and
immediately west of Nebraska City. On ex
pressing to them our surprise that they
bsuld lose three or four days coming here In
ttesd of going to Nebraska City, we were as
sured that the difference on a load of Tine
lumber to say nothlngjof the better quality
. paid them more than wages for themselves
and teams, and said one: "plenty of our
. 4(hUrs have tried It, and If the roads are
only passable this Is our place to buy Pins
XsaswA couple of enterprising Individ
uals have been nightly since last Saturday
nitht Instructing numbers of our citizens
in the mysteries of Keno, and those desirous
learning seems on the Increase. They occu
PT the room formerly occupied by us as an
ditorlal sanctum, in which we enjoyed the
:Png of Irapecuniosity to a considerable ex
;tpot,aud were firmly Impressed with the be--Ulef
jthat coin and greenbacks were obsolete;
T'et, pretto change, Keno comes and whirls
lume fortune's wheel in that same room, and
touadreds of dollars leap in sight, and the
T'e used, to enlighten people is nsed too
EcHen them f r tho lmnk, with its ten per
nt i always ahead. As the dutchman de
albe4 thlsjgame It 1 blaee where a lot of
tellers sets rrnind dables mit cards und nam
Person em; ven onevcllcr he dams a veel
nd dskes out a number, calls it loud, und all
but some buttons or Art card ; by-n-by, one
veUersay Keno and all d rest say h 11!"
Th F ami tare Establishment of ths
W"etR. s. llannaford, of the firm of Han
oaford A McFall, of this city, starts easy his
morning to Cincinnati, Ohio, on a busiaiss
islt to the leading Furniture Factory of the
'est, that of Mitchell, Ramrnelsberg A Co.,
89 West 4th street, next to the Fot Offlct,
Cincinnati, O. This is undoubtedly one of
l& oldest and most reliable Furniture Fact
orls In the west, and "" P4-11 score of
Tears has supplied ths great wt with the
, Jost reliable furniture in the market. Their
Factory and Wholesale Ware Rooms con
"itof an Immense five story block corner of
Jhn and second streets, where they run up
srd of one thousand hands with corres
ponding machinery the year round. The
'yle and quality of their Furniture I known
d Prreeiated In every palace and hamlet
' the northwest and especially In Souther d
brMka, where llannaford A McFall are
filling u dally in Immense quantities at
hoSesale and retail. Backed, as they are,
T u!h a Factory U sufficient to warrant us
n ollcltlng for them the wholesale patron
e of Southern Nebraska and Iowa and
Iletael has, during the past week, old
over half or iiu magnincent stock of
Overcoat ; and we saw several
fitting np there yesterday, who declared they
had been nearly
under the shoddy they had boucht elsewher.
They purchased, and went their way, nearly
at the splendid bargains they had made
declared their hopes of a comfortable exlst-
ance through an inclement winter had been
RESrSSITAT ED D
J. S. IXETZEE.
Office af Play's Rc gala tor, I
Brownvllle, lec. 7. . J
To thr Citizen of Xcmaha, Xichardson and
I take this method of informing you that
I have this day withdrawn from the house of
A. May A Co. ; allow me, therefore, to extend
to you, through these columns, my sincere
thanks for the unlimited confidence and ex
tensive patronage you have been pleased to
favor me with during my stay in Brownvllle
the past two years. Hoping to see an exten
sive continuation of your patronage for my
successor during the coming year, -I
am yours respectfully,
At McPherson A Tuttle'a will be found the
Prunes, etc. etc, laid In especially
for Christmas and New Years, and sold very
low so that poor folks may enjoy themselves.
Tell me ye w'jsged winds
That round my pathway roar.
Can't you think of a pleasant drink
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,
And makes a mortal smile?
The cold wind blowing round the corner,
seemed to say.
The best place to go is to Berger's Alhambra !
Weather Conjee lr-M'e have repeat
edly been told by the "weather-wise" that the
first three days of a season are indicative of
what kind of weather will transpire during
the three months of that season, we have
once before watched this sign and found it
correct in the main. We have again under
taken to notice it and will "call our play" for
fear that It may be by some counted a
"scratch." December 1st: Sun rose clear,
and remained so for a few moments, then
was behind a cloud for about one-half
hour, then came out clear till between 9 and
10 o'clock, after which the day was cloudy
and mild, yet trying hard to snow all day.
No wind of consequence. December 2d: Very
clear and cool all day. with moderate wind.
December 3d: Was very clear and awfnl
windy. There, you- can draw your own con
clusion ; you pays your money ana yoa
takes your choice," and if the weather don't
suit you can stay in doors 1
Cocswsll is an Institution hlmsolf great
ly beneficial to any town in which he is loca
ted; and he has Just established another in-,
stitutlon which will undoubtedly be bene
ficial to all who take advantage of it It is
his Real Estate and Tax-Paying Agency. All
who know Cogswell know him to lea shrewd
trader, vet one against whom nothing unfair
can be said, and one of whom all may be
assured that he will do the best possible for
the patrons of his Agency. Ilecombines the
treat reaulsltes for the business which he has
Just opened, as he Is reliable, trustworthy.
shrewd and thoroughly acquainted with
lands and towns In Southern Nebraska, and
all present and prospective causes and im
provements that may affect the value thereof
If you wish to buy or sell, anything, or rent
houses or lands, read Cogswell's advertise
ment in another column then give him a
Grand Annual Ball! The preparations
for Berkley's Grand Annual Ball, to be held
at McPherson's Hall Christmas Eve, contin
ues on a grand scale, especially In the depart
ment of Music Mr. Berkley has sent to
Chicago for new Instruments, and will make
better music than was ever heard in a Ball
room In the west. As characteristic of the
man, we are informed by disinterested par
ties, Berkely has pledged all over net expen
ses to charitable purposes. The fact is, he
enjoys the fun of seeing young folks merry
so well that money is not his object in get
ting up a dance. Last year he gave a Grand
Ball and paid every dollar of the receipts,
save enough to pay his assistants for playing,
for the Hall. We, like to see benevolence,
yet think Mr. Berkley exhibits a little too
much for his own good, but "so runs the
world." A splendid time may be expected.
Nntrltlou, Healthy, ths Best. Doo
ley's Baking Powder is the most economical
and convenient Baking Powder now in use.
It saves milk and eggs, prevents the possibil
ity of poor rolls, biscuits or cakes, and thus
produces happiness in both kitchen and
household. It is put up in tin cans, which
are, to all intents and purposes, impervious
to the action of the weather. One trial will
convince the most skeptical of its superior
qualities. For sale by grocers.
For sale by Polock A Son and Rich A Glll
Joseph Ilnddard's Saloon is one of the
most quiet and orderly In our city, and con
ducted on principles that cannot fail to make
It a pleasant place ofresort lor persons who de-
si re a stimulant concocted of pure and whole
some liquors. Joseph Is a gentleman, and
permits no rowdyism in his place of busi
ness. This way Gentlemen and Ladle, if
you wish to see the gteatest wonder of the
age, fair dealing merchants, accommodating
clerks, choice Dry Goods und Groceries, and
everything else given In full weight and
measure for the lowest prices ever offered in
this market! Right this way; F. E. John
son A Co.'s, No. 70 McPherson Biock.
-Whitman A, Co., (the company is Char
ley Butcher,) have opened up a meat market
in McFall A Co's old stand, and will keep
constantly on hand all kinds of fresh meat,
dressed In the best of style ; and will pay the
highest price for oil kinds of dressed geese,
rhiebena. docks, auails. etc Give them a
call and get your meat neatly dressed.
Sausage Grinder. Best known to the
market, at Shellenberger's.
Of the best place to purchase Dry Goods Is
undoubtedly at A. May A Co's Regulator, for
merchants In the United States yon will not
find a man more conscientiously Honest in
doinir what he advertises, or who will give
you more value received in good substantial
goods for your'
Their goods are up to the very latest styles
and they buy onlo such goods as they can war
rant to be
all they ask for It. You cannot fail
being both pleased and suited from the mag
nificent stock of
DRY GOODS AXD CLOTIII3G
At ?Iay A, Co's Regulator 1
A Ton of Staple and Fancy Groceries just
opened at Red Store and more on the way, all
of which ws sell low down for cash or In ex
change for Country Produce.
Rich A Gillxork.
Band Festival. Preparations for this
Festival are in progress, and warrant us In
saying that It will be a grand success.
Concert The Dye Brothers and Mr. d
Mrs. Bennett will give a concert in the First
Baptist Ch5?h of this eity next Monday
evening. Tiiey are the most popular troop in
Dry pine Lumber in all weather at J. R.
ICllbourn, Jenkins A Co.' shed to shed
off rain, snow, sl jet and slush from their
Pine Lumber is progressing. Henry Crist, its
enterprising architect, says the plan is alibis
own; and Is he ready to impress the public
with the idea that better and cheaper Lum
ber was never under shed in the west.
At Marsh's Dollar Store is the place
where you enn have a chance to draw some
of the finest Holiday Goods in the market.
Home-BIads Pennsylvania Apple
Batter for sale at Swan A Bro.
Come along, come along, make bo delay,
Come from every nation, come up anyway.
Come along, get along, head no alarm.
McPherson A Tuttle have Dry Goods enough
to keep a million warm, and are selling them
so low that they are within the reach of alL
Dooley's and Preston A Merril's Baking
Powder and Crocker's Concentrated Hop
Yeast Powder at Red Store.
Rich A Gillmoke.
We had the pleasure yesterday of meeting
the Hon. J. W. Walton, of Oscaloosa, Iowa,
formerly residing near Wheeling, Vsw, and
for years neighbor of our townsman, A. P.
Cogswell. He is here with his wire on a visit
to his old friend and neighbor, Mr. Cogswell,
and speaks In the highest terms of our young
city of Brownvllle; and the county gener
For Christmas J
" Nuts, etc
At Swan A Bros.
Everybody who buys them says that
Baur sells the best and cheapest Harness in
Prleo Den's Stoves before purchasing.
Poeket Cntlery at Shellenberger's.
Best Doors in the West at J. R. Bell's.
For a good Saddle, go to Souders 52 Main
Sausage Staffers. The best made, at
The best Fanning Mills made can be seen
and purchased at Tlsdel's .
Carpenter's Tools and Blacksmith's Fur
nishings at Shellenberger Bro's.
Organ. Call at J. R. Dye's residence and
examine his new stock of Organs. 7t
CIGARS at wholesale or retail at A. F.
Conn's Cigar Factory, 62 Main street.
Potatoes, Cabbage, Green Apples, Dried
Apples, etc, at McPherson A Tuttle's.
Smoked Halibut, Codfish, Mockeral, ffnd
all the finny tribes usually ' kept tor sale at
McPherson A Tuttle's.
23,000 Dusbels of Corn
Wanted in exchange for Dry Goods and
Clothing at A. May A Co.'s Dry goods regu
PAT UP I
All accounts due D. IL Lewis A Co. must be
paid up immediately, or they will be placed
the hands of an officer for collection. -A.
word to the wise:" save costs.
Leaf Tobacco IV anted. Farmers hav
ing on hand any leaf tobacco of their own
raising-, will find a purchaser therefor at this
offlee. If you have any, bring it in soon.
Those desiring to rrlsc it as a crop will find it
to their advantage to call on us.
COLHAPP A BRO.
Ammunition of all kinds, at Shellenber
For a No. 1 set of Harness, go so Souder's,
52 Main st. 7-tf
Arctic Overshoes From 5s to!2s,at Het-
zel's wide-awake Clothing Emporium, No. 70
Cross Cut Sawa All sizes, at Shellenber
If you wish to rent a house, or tuy city or
county property, call on E. E. Ebrlght at his
quet nsware store. No. 61 Main street.
75 DoxenShlrtsand Drawers Just receivod
at J. S. HETZEL'S.
Fence Wire. Large lot Just received, at
Osage Orange Plants.
The largest and finest lot ever offered in
Nebraska, and for sale low for cash, by
n. a LETT.
STOVES t STOVES II STOVES III
Twenty percent, cheaper at
W. T. DE.VS
than any house in Nebraska.
And everything wanted for flxiug up for ths
Holidays at Hauk A Armltage's.
Coll and See
McCreery A Nickel's immence variety.
Respectfully Informs his old friends and
the public, that he Is prepared to attend all
calls In the line of his profession. Office at
D. H. Lewis A Co.'s Drug Store, Main street,
Brownvllle, Neb. 51-tf
TUdel can furnish you the genuine Con
At THEO. HILL A CO'S.
400 PARLOR HEAT STOVES
500 COOK STOVES
Of every pattern known to theeastern mar
ket for sale low for cash at Shellenberger
Selling Oil 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 tothe Pioneer Stove
Store, opposite the Court Couse, by J.C. Deu
ser. Fresh dried and canned fruits of n'-I kinds
Just received at Red Store.
Rich A Golxokc
Dlarys for 1870 at A. D. Marsh's Dollar
Buckwheat Flour, Cranberries Honey,
Ac, at Swan A Bro's.
20,000 bushels of Corn wanted at Hauk A
Holiday Presents at Marsh's Dollar
Tin, Sueetlron and Japanned Ware at
Fins Cntlery-7ooathan Crook's celebra
ted pocket Cutlery.
Jos. Rogers? (evtler to her Majesty J pocket
cutlery. . . '
Table Cntlery fnll stock at '
SHELLENBEROER BRO '3.
Cora taken for goods at Den's.
Gsni and Pistols, at Shellenberger's.
nides, Pelts and Furs, wanted at Den's.
Sash and Birnds. Foil stock at J. R.
4-Penny H atls in abundance, at Shellen
berger's. - ' .
Ladle' Fnrs selling at your own price, at
For choice Groceries, Win terFlanHels,Fan
cy Dry Goods, go to W. T. Den's.
Pianos. J. R. Dye will sell and deliver
first class Pianos at Eastern prices. 7-2t
Winter Clothing. Gent's Shawls, La-
die's Cloaks and Fur Capes, of latest styles.
at Den's. ' .
Drag Store for Sale. A complete and
well selected stock of Drugs for sale, low for
cash. Enquire at this office.
1st Premium. The Canton Clipper Plows
manufactured by Parlin A Orndoff, took - the
1st Premium at our State Fair. For sale by
A. W. Morgan. Jr.. of Brownville. 63 Main
Street, has just opened anew and complete
stooJc or cloths, Casimers. vestlngs. and all
kindsof Piece Goods.and is prepared to make
lient's Clothing to order in the most la Dion
able style. He also keeps a full line of Ready
Made Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gent's Fur-
msmng uoous. . .
GOLD REWARD. . '
Bocks' Brilliant Cook Stove took the Gold
Medal above the Charter Oak and other com'
petmg Stoves, at the New Orleans and St.
Louis Fairs,. in 18G9. For sale at the Pioneer
Stove Store, by.
44-8m J. C. DEUSER.
Good Building Stone. Wearenow pre
pared to furnish good building stone, in any
quantity. Also. Step Stones. Bases for won
umentsorTomb Stones, Water Tables, etc,
furnished on short notice and reasonable
terms Lorakce A Vabney.
Grape Vine. Concords, $1.50 per dozen,
f 10. per hundred, and all other varieties in
proportion. Satisfaction is guarranteed as
to quality and genuineness of vines.
47-6m J. W. MIDDLETON,
Eye, Ear and Catarrah, successfully treat
ed, by Dr. Klmberlin. Office over the Post
$1300 Dollars and Expenses! See ad
vertisement of AmericanShuttleSewing 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 Advertiser
office will receive proper attention. 4S-6m
Millers, buy your Rubber and Leather
Belting of Shellenberger Bro's. A full stock
always on hand.
Ladies', Children's and Misses'
Theo. Hill A Co.'s.
Full stock at
Private medical aid. read Dr. Whlttler's
300 kejr Horse Shoes and Nails at Shel
A Good Wagoa-Do you want it? Go to
Pataonlxe 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 but the best ma
terial used. . ,
S35.000.000 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
rt trait. Knrflett'a from $140 to 9600: Ma-
son & Hamlin's, 875 to SfiOO.
James R. dye, urownviiie.
Traveling Baskets for the Ladles.
. McCREERY A NICKEL.
GAME I GAME I
Wanted, by J. Huddart, at No. 47 Main St.,
Brownville, Neb., Prairie Chickens, Quails,
Wild Turkeys, Ac, Ac, for which I will pay
the highest market price in cash.
KJlbourn. Jenkins & Co. Manufac
turers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in
ail kinds of Pine Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Pickets. Sash. Blinds. Doors. Hattens. etc
Office and Lumlver Yard, corner 4th and Main
streets. Branch Yard at Phelps City. Missouri.
We manufacture our own material in me
Pineries of Oshkosh, Wis., where wc have
in oneratlon one of the lamest manufactures
of everything made in Pine in the world.and
obtaining our Lumber direct from the tree.
as we do, we can sell at lower rates tnan any
Lumber Yam in tho w est wnicn pays one
wholesale and one or two retail profits. We
shall always keep on hand a full supply ot
everything In our line, so that those In want
may always rely upon getting wnat tney ue-
slre. We simplyask ail to examine our stock
and prices before purchnsingelsewhere, as we
can ensure satisfaction In both.
Kegs White Lead, Just received.
McCREERY A NICKEL.
FITS ! FITS ! ! FITS ! ! !
at Alt W. Morgan's Clothing Store. ;
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 day, week, month or year at reason
able rates. Farmers, give him a call. Nos.
tf and 8 Brownvllle, Nebraska. 43-tf '
Corn, Wheat and Oats.
Ralney A Lewis have removed their office
to Robt. Teare A Co.'s Store, where they will
pay the highest cash price lor Grain and oth
Bolts Wall Paper, direct from New York. ,
McCREERY A NICKEL. ,
We sell pure goods only.
McCREERY A NICKEL.
ting done to order at Morgan's Tailor Shop.
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.
In fact, anything In the building line, which
I warrant A No. 1 In every respect, and on
which I do not propose to be undersold, for
cash, by any man west of the Missouri river.
I invite all who need anything in my line to
give me a call, knowing that I can outfit them
with good material, at the fairest rates.
J. R. BELL.
Cor. Water A First Streets,
fXT T3 Lumber delivered with In the city
15J , JDslimits, FREE OF CHARGE.
Corrected weekly Ibr tbe Advertlfterby
MA Y'S DRY GOODS A CLOTniJSG REGULATOR
The Market this week shows a
Business Coats from $3 10. t
' Business Suits, ?s.
Casimere. from f K(? t-
Vexta from 75 cts. to ?1 2S.
Overshirts, from 75 cts. to $3.
Vadershirts, from 7 cts. tofS.
DRY GOODS MARKET.
Corrected weekly for the Advertiser by
MAY'S DKY GOODS & CLOTHING REGULATOR
Muslin. Vl'.cin l".
Otton Delaine, 22c
A 1 1 Wool Delai ne, 37c.
Balmoral Skirts, 1 4.'& f2 Ml
suae an bbbb aaBaBnMsB9sa
Peru Livery Stable.
Kinds or StocU.
Horses Sought, Sold, or Exchanged.
Stock Hoarded by the Day or Week.
MY STABLES are stocked with Rood Horses and
bustles. Persona wishing conveyance to any nor
tion of the Nemaha Land District can be accommo
Pern z Ero-vmville Coach.
Leaves my Stables every mornln- at 10 o'clock A.
Jt. Paensrer or packages safely conveyed. Or
ders left wilh the ruslmasiers will be promptly at
tended U. L2-31-J-1
Haye the Largest Stock, and Make the Lowest Prices.
Four Hole Sheller and Power, either betted
Four Hole Sheller and Power, either belted
Four Hole Sheller and Power, either belted
Six Hole Sheller and Power complete, either
Two Hole Self Feed Sheller, with single sacker, two-horse power, Jack and drive rope..
Two Hole Self Feed Sheller, with single sacker, t wo-horse power, geared
Two Hole Hand Feed Sheller (or "Farmer's
A. L. RICH.
IJEW ADMINISTRATION AT THE
RICH & GILMORE,
Successors to W. II. SMALL,
DEALERS AND JOBBERS IN
GROCERIES & PBOYISieiS
Such as Coffees, Sugars, Teas, Molasses. Syrups, Flour, Bacon, "Fish, Dried
Beef; Salt, Coal Oil, Tohacco, Cigars, Cheese. Dried and Green Fruits, Con
fectionaries of all Kinds, Wooden Ware, &o.
- In connection with the above they keep constantly on hand a large supply of feed,
COM, OATS, BRAN, SHORTS, &c.
All Goods Sold at Prices that Defy Competition.
Highest Market Price paid for all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Reduced Prices to suit the Times, Small Profits and Fair Dealing is their invariable rule.
Goods will be sold to Country Merchants in either large or small bills and at extremely low
Y FRESH SUPPLY OF GROCERIES JUST RECEIVED AT THE RED
A STORE, McPherson Brick, north side of Main Street, in the room formerly occupied
by W. H. SmalL
. "We bave on hand a large
To which we axe making co
ws are selling at Prices as
In the Quality of our Goods
'' FLOUR OF THE MOST
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
ITo, 74 Ilain Street, BroTtnivillc, Iteh.
C A IR,
Main Street, McPherson Block, Brownville,
PRICES, COMPLETE WITH POWER
or geared with double Backer.
or geared with "eight foot" elevator ,
or geared with "ten foot" elevator...
belted or geared with eight or ten foot elevator
Sheller") with one-horse power, Jack and rope
A. H. GlLLMUKli.
RICH & filLHORi;.
ST-! IE-IT IE?
Y -f 1 Mil TTThi-7" Tf
and well assorted stock of
nstant additions, and which
low as anyHouse west of
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
PRICE PAID TOR
ties, Tinware, Etc.,
and Retail Dealers in
IP IE T
B a w in) a
Ev b-JJ I J K-0 49 t-Jfc-J
F. A. Tisdel,
riVRIVALLED STOCK OF ELEGANT
li'all 5 Winter Olethmg
One Price Clothing House!
No. 70 Main Street.
. S75,00D WORTH OF CU1BIDE !
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, AND
These goods were selected by Iiimself lti
New Yoriv, foi tliis market, arid are un
doubtedly the most reliable goods of the
kind ever offered in
Mr. Hetzel's experience in this busi
ness over 15 years
his goods with more
material and make,
ity of dealers in Clothing,
These goods have all been purchased for
Cash, at a very low margin, and enables
him to sell them xcryZowfor Cash.
Pew persons once dealing with Hetzel
but will always deal there, because his deal
ings are fair and above board. He has but
His stock comprises all the varieties of
Fine and Fashionable Clotlung, equal in
every respect to the
VERY BEST CTJSTOU-IaADE T70RII
em3 " Tf m rf
nJ EJ ia uU v. Lw f
IfilPLBMENTS ! !
this or any other mar
enables him to select
judgement, for good
than the great maiori-
jCT s-r-' 'if
jj-o '"fl. . - J
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