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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1869)
.vrtxaeople of the Ar.vETisa for sale by
fiTRlWn' CITURCH-EPiaCOPAIi-Oorner At-
!'J ISTuV. 7V a:ctora. .Holy
fwTmunuTn administered wittf Wbuauv
' BAPTIST rnmcnOorrier Fotrrth and Attan-
i nrtu.hhihiniitthc Ultra
I O. O. F. Brownvllle Lndce Tfo. 6, 1, 0, F
ml. at their 1111 In Uie Breytmeyer Brick, on
Ill visiting- Brotheos are Irrvltrd.
t AU Hko. W. Dorset, Secy.
r A M.. niwu on the 1st and ad SatiM-days in
UJi month, at a o'clock p. ni., their Kail in the
AllviMting Brothers sa-e Invited.
. Arrlral an a Dr part a re f the Alalia.
Korthrrn, Eastern and Southern departs kt It.
iiul. Mail arrives at s p. nut aeparts at 7 a. m.
Btripe Mail arrives Monduyn, Wcdnemlaj-s and
Friday at P-1-: departs Tuesday, Tuursdiys and
?tMail rrrives Frklnys at 4 p.' m.; departs
i t m h in
"t i Hours from 7 a. m., to p. m. fun
di from luto 10'. a. m. W. A. 1L0CK, P. St.
Time Table t. Jee. ad C B. It. R.
On and after May 3d. 1S69, Trains will leave Phelps
Blatlo" a loiioaa.
!Sl.Iave 1:44 p.m.
Vail trafiMi ny eiteept Sunday;
iS p. m.
XM p. m.
11:2j a, 111.
Jatrob nosers' Omnibus leaves Brownvllle for
J. I Coliapp, Editor.
Hratlag Stores at cost, at Shellenberger
'Bros. ' '
A Barrel of fresh Cranberries Jast opened
t Rich Gillmore's.
I will Sell IleattafJ Stoves for less than
ny oilier llue. and will take Corn for same
at io cts. In the year. .
v iktrsaaa Ilosise. Cy. Kauffman has Just
ei-ned a New Hotel In the Whitney It fork
tinder the above name. He Is an old Hotel
Keeper, and will get thing tip In good style,
i , . - !
Ga.P. Berkley's Christ mas Eve Ball was
nv affair, awd tcave great aatlKfactlon to
e-iiivers of Terpsichore, And the anpper
at Mack's Delmonlco was pronounced by all
, Vp-lop. !
At Eanaford it. Me Fall's are found
t.Kl and durable Roadsteads, Ilun-aus,
WsilroieK, Table, Chairs, What Not. Hat
staiKlx snd everything in the Furniture line
low r cash.
Jack McFall ha. In the front window of
Honiial'ord & McFall' Furniture Hlore oppo
(tile ttie JlK-k. a "happy not of d:incers,"
whnxe ntiriDK energy if appreciated by ftl
htort every passer by. St-p and see them.
The MlUlnery Shop formerly owned !y
Mrv J. K. Hear, but now owned by A. 1.
CofreH, has bc-n removed U Cogswell's
nrw building on Flrst-st., and is in charge of
oDtof Uie Ut MUllnersever in this city.
MrKrhants ad niaeksmlths. A b-!-ralle4
remunerative bieat ton for a COl'N
TYU STOltK and BLACKSMITH, at the
LAKAVFTTE MILLS. Will fnruisii shop
fortheJatter ruEE. Address, D. CSandf.es,
ProprKor, Howard, Nemaha county, Jb.
Perao MaJ. Savage, President of the
Qulin-y, yisri anl Pacific llail road, and
tol. KitHt, 'secretary of said company, called
on us last Tedity, They are hvre alter ni t
ters tiinivwj with the Intereatsof tl;atmad,
and Rive u-emrnnoesof tlieatabillty of tlat
company, Md Its determination to build the
road as soon as tt can be doue In human pos
Drul.eBsres nnd mwdylaw ts aJnn-nlng-l.r
wo the iMorciise In our city. Nenrwaniglit
jms v but some one i cnrorsing . nTotsint,
f'aring. bl;irkgiariliig. nnd Craf oST pistols.-
it is already a greiit nuisance, but will
wn Iwconie rntoiierable. It is nonre one's
(futy to jug a frw of tlM-wexhilerated night -dirils.
and we hipc that duty will iK'prooiptl
The Fettlval far the benefit of .the
tn.js.lit'mi stiver i ortiot Hand of this city.
Jut Thursday niif n, was u very pleasant and
enjoyable rT;ilr. All present were well
plenNed. There Were not enough present
make a crow d nnd crush na is usual at such
pluot. yet sutficirnt to imike it a financial
sihwkk. The pwl.lt" have the thanks of ti e
Hand, td will by it le retuembered to the
extent of the lneftt confcrrel. "' '"'
, R. K. Ilannafortl, of the firm of Hanrui
ford McKall, l- urnituro cletileratn tills city,
1)mk returned from -hi trip to Cincinnati,
where he has leen making arrangements for
flic shipping ol an immense stock of Furni
ture in the spring. We are assured that next
,irlne will see thlspolnt made the Furniture
Kinporlum of Southern Nebraska, for this
Ann are determined ndt to he lacking in
stock, or undersold in tHe West. .
Dariac the weekending December 2-th,
lsrt", Mr. Krn Roberta atepiwxi into Marsh's
Dollar Stora, Invested tiUSl.ana a rev a la
dle's Gold Chain, worth nt least $5 In cash,
We have smj gold, and presume to know Us
value. There la scarcely a day but some one
picks up Marsh lor at ieat u-n times the val
ue of his motiey. fSaturxmy, January 1st,
a'"t if, va. tsi cll w a a a a,i i aw ioit i"i rrt
. nice young man to draw at his -Dollar Store,
fit of Ladles arRsrpcXANpi-ffiw.-
Agents aro now in-our vlty. tind have
opened IkxW at the .tar Hotel for the St,
Dmla, St, Jeph and Nebraska. Railroad,
'wiuch is merely a wntlnnttWfoi'the tsu
Jomnli and Denver Hail road. The idea is to
botid this road from Hlawatha,'Kansas, to
raliiCJtr. Neb- and . thence run i up the Big
namarta. vi e are nappy to oe atiwto aasure
everal of our citizens, now on tke-anxsoas
nch. that this road is not to run w est irotit
- lirownvllle, as they supposed.
Oar Trade with Omahajn the wayof. pro
"duee is very considerable " Sea rce-o" train
f'i out but bears hundreds of dozens of
rpRsed Turkevs, Geiwe, Clilc.kensnd Hogs
to that New Chicago; and Eggs and Butter
- almost by the car load. This is because of
railroad faculties for shipping went frtm
fiat point that this demand is made. Had
a railroad west tills trade and" for hun
rd of miles around would go west -from
wU point Let's have a railroad 1 . .
ke Rogers' enterprise cameiear re
' p v1rR considerable check las TlMtrsday.
e Wus among the first to risk his team on
i", ,n orJcr to make connection with the
railroad; the consequence was, that-one of
i hort broke Uirouxband focaaiiort time
whole team and Its occu-atit 'were in
r peril, but all came out safe, Jake Is ev
T"live to the ptifeltowish in makingasclose
wnnestions with the railroad possible,
-nd -in spare nothing to do so.
t.Th"ks to Mrs. Wm. Rossell on behalf of
.. . v,,u"5: folks whose paternal anccster is
J'e local" for a vcloclpi "e and rider, one Of
'most engeulous U. s we ever saw. Ros
" 'l 8 Toy lU.ar is not excelled in. attractions
.' where, for undoubtedly it is the largest
Ie!ioti-etl.rt of Christmas nnd New Year
. -tits for children ever 04 vuxl in Southern
, Nebraska, and he is aelling all of tliem very
'. Also, the choieestlot of Candles, Cakes,
TJ- that can te found In the market. Hut
return to t he u.ect. our young folks biess
e donor of the velocipede.
,f krls McPheraonhas certainly struck
"Tu " running the Delmoriieo, 4or a better
ll!!"' tsHter .!xk, better edibles, or a more
7r,,1fHhi n(st cannot 'Ve found than at
"Jack's iH'lmonlco. It is one of the Ut in
"tutinus in the city, and from the hungry
t"u M"no ftequent iUat iaeal times and be-
. ri "n ,lln. we should aay the public nppre
icd Hie ltelmonico. Charles has fished
rv nd ao long to find hU "forte" that we give
w? Jmk)lic congratURa.lon upon having at
' 'uni it, and to the hungry we would
7y, o there and hs.ve the wardrobe of the
wner man replenished.
jjftstnias passed offllke all other Chrlst
derMT.ln 'his city young folks burned pow
hi.' i,, '' lt" t tuTkey , et. ' Th tR ofiiee was
iZir M',uer obllgtrtlons ty Cy. Kauffman. of
! ."' " "otei in Whitney Hloek, forogener-
.r'l'lWtlon tilvnt tnrl-i.1' irlth dim ,m.
""t his old wine; and Individually, we
n,.-. loenougn ninners to nil a r al-
"tlonl T ft" or w hich we are under ol ll ga
, As New years Is coming, we would
tun our.nu wcrous friends, we haveal ready
"(iJnm "f lnvlt'lon. and It will bs no
"'"Pntoutmenf if we receive no more.
the Pioneer Hunter of this
il.it.rr" ,1M placed us under. manrnbilga-
chiiiik of Venison and WlldTur-
- . WlKtt Ik. t. I. 1 . . 1 .
0nKM 1 " 1 um. lie ro-
trli, ., w Monday evening frtrnt a five davs
iimf?,UJ,,U,u0l 'rdoti emmtv.and
lln iVf. 1'n;De,. bringing with him two
an ooking rr as otic could wish to
indifr,f. ""J?11 K'ime u one f the !
Nii?t',,.e mxiA erl hnnters In I
iir.i."tIn d has a genuine good-natural
11 IllfT K " aa- swvf lint tj
. tiie hr, ii't1 ,n liim- rr lorg-ta not
"Kii hl Prosperity. Ue printer.. H
no matter wkatR be. l 1
Hear Ye !' . " v j. r " . i
' Hear Ye i I '' x ' . vV,; k
T.'171Jnost1&nf 2 i'ea,' 8anU Clause ad
niio n.iiiiKie,iiave cpenei ineir tirand Toy
Candy, Fancy CandyuCTor liook and Htl-
uiay oon uon wiocic, at the Post OCIc. and
hereby proclaim It to the. irorJd that CyrUa
A. PolOek la there nl ini(.Aui . 1
the sale of the ftenntna r-kiH.f.... a
J ears outfit In this city,' ar$ at the same
ituuiJcaHinHi imprinters who
iiaiui uim rignu u you wisrt the getiu
Itms, go to the posUHlee.- -,r";' "" "
eholce Family Flour at Den's.
AT LETT'S DRUG STORE
Portfolios, TVrllias; Dssks, Albums,
nd every Tartcty of Totlats which the
most rasttdeoas vrosUd mot refnso as a
Horso Blankets and Sleigh Bells, at
-. - is coming on
. . ' there ar inafiy .
things you will find
at Whellenberber Bros, '
which are absolute neces
saries, both In family and oot .
door economy. Among the many
'things you will there find, cod which :
one or the other of oar readers will need
and can buy nowhere cheaper, and get as
good an article, are the following: Sausage
Griders and StufTers, Cook and Parlor Stoves
for Wood or Coal f a full stock of Table and
Tocket Cutlery, from the moat celebrated
manufactories latentCorn Hunkers ;
Post's Patent CIubSkates,forGents,
. Ladies or Boys; Guns, Pistols,' .
and fixed and loose Ammu
nition; Fence Wire; . .
Nails, and Builder's
Furnishings of .
all kinds ;
Black- . '
smlths.all - -kinds;
Home Washers and
and other Scales; . Patent
Hay Knives; Shovels; Pitch
Forks; Spades ; Axes ; Wagon and
Carriage Wood Work; Halms; Wagon
Springs; Sleigh Runners; Sleigh Bells;
and everything you may want in their line,
for Itew Years. A fresh supply of staple
and fane j- Groceries at Hed Store.
.. Itlt'II UILLMOKK.
Jtssarr 1st is drawing near, and those
indebted to us must call and settle their ac
counts. We have sold our goods uniformly
low. In tact on a cash business, and must
have what is due us in order to continue bus
iness. Come friends, and see us, and pay up.
for we can positively wait no longer, and
must take harsh means If a kind word falls
in this instance.
HAUK A AHMITAGli
erything In the Grocery and Provision line.
Overcoats for So, at Den's. -
"Fact "Worth Knowing." From a care
ful and practical comparison of ordinary
(taking powders with Dooley's Baking Pow
der, it has been shown that the same quanti
ty of the latter will produce in a barrel of
flour fro twenty-five to forty pounds more
bread than any other In the market. This
Immense saving s worth considering by all
housekeepers who- dotdrc to economize in
their kitchea expenditures, Dooley's Bak
ing Powder is for sale by all Grocers. 10-li
For a Far Can. a fine Coat, and a set of
Furs or Lady's Ooaks and Shawls, go to W.
T. Den s.
Best Doors In tltc West at J. R, Bell's.
For a goal Saddle, go toSouder's52 Main
For the newest styles of Clothing, go to W.
CIGARS at wlmt-csale or retail at A. F.
Cohn'a Cigar Factory, CI Main street.
23,000 Iluabelii of Corn
Wanted in exchange for Dry Goods and
Clothing at A. May Co.'s Dry goods regu
lator. Oaad assortment of Harness and Saddles
At Bauer's. .
A Good trade Is offered in our advertising
columns, which see. r
Bncltwheat Flonr at Den's, only six
prints a pound. ; ' " ,;
All accounts due D. II. Iewls A Co. must be
jwua"'up immediately, or they will be placed
In the hands of an officer for collection. "A
word to the wise:" save costs. .
Fn a'o. 1 set of Harness, go soSotider's,
52 Main St. 7-tf
Otagc Orange Plants.
The largest and finest lot ever offered In
Nebraska, and for sale low for cash, by
H. C. LETT,
Call and Sco -
McCreery & Nickel's lmmenee variety. '
.Blankets. A full line of the very best
Woolen Blankets in the market, can be found
at F, E. Johnson A Co.'s, and are being sold
off at the most reasonable rates.
Clocks and Jawelry-A splendid lot of
New Clocks, and Jewelry Just received and
opened at Joseph SUutx's. It will do you
good to call and see them. i
DR. MOLL. AD AY
Respectfully informs his old friends and
the public, that he is prepared to attend all
calls in the line of -Ms profession. Office at
D. H. Lewis A Co Drug Store, Main street,
Brownvllle, Keb. 51-tf
Presents at Marsh's Dollar
Bedding, a full stock: Matrasses, Com
fort, Pillows, Sheets, etc., at
HANNAFORD A McFALL'S.
. Dry Pine Lumber In all weather at J.
At Marsh's Dollar Store is the place
where you can have a chance to draw some
of the finest Holiday Goals in the market.
and Blinds. Full stock at J. R.
''Chris ICrlnsle Is now at Wm. Rossell's
giving public receptions to his many friends.
He designs remaining, with his beautllul
toys, until Jan. 1st, 1570.
for 1S70 at A. P." Marsh's Dollar
Go to D. II. Lewis b Ce's and get some
thing for the Holidays. . .
It Is getting eold, so go to Hannaford A
McFall's and get some of that new stock of
all kinds of bedding.
Bnekwcat Flonr. The best article of
Buckwheat Flour In the market can be found
at F. E. Johnson A Co.'s.
Pararenal-Santa Claus has booked' him
self to stay at Mr, lUweetla Confectionery
and Toy Store during the liolidays. He has
shipped an Immense amount of Toys of the
very ha. style and most unique patterns.
A3 are invited.
Wanted Cora, Wheat, Oats, Barley and
JK EVAN WOBTHISO.
No nicer or more appropriate present eon id
be tssrted for the klod rt jnenilxYaftee of lady
love or friend than a beautiful picture: and a
goo. Cli rota u truly what the poet says "a
of Qty and ajoy forever."" Tfcrplace
to eo Is where vou can , w
of different sires arxl- styles, U'aUtlfftlly
framed: -That -place Is at HnnnornHA m.
Jg Jurbfl sethen11111111011 f
. ... .CocsciLCHAXBF Dec.l8186S.
Present-Mayor F.brlgUt, Aldermen Math'
ews. Grant and Tisdel.
un motion, Heaben a Berger was appoInU
CU City AlarshaJl for nn rnnnth nr Hnrlnir
the option of the City Council, at a salery of
i" 1 "iina, ta oraer on general lumt.
On motion arommlH vnstat Inor ofTlsdel
and Mathews were appointed to contract for
iain street at the crossing 01 nun
On motion leave vu irrnnted to A. Ma v.
to erect a corn cxlb in the cut on Atlantic
.Adjouried. 1 ; ' ,
j. rj. McN AUG HTON", CSerk.
. " ' ; December ICth 1869.
Present rayor Ebrlght, Alderman Grant,
Mathews, Tlsdel and Robinson. -'
Theobject of meeting announced by Mayor
coi, navage and Col. King, President and
Secretary of Quiney, Missouri A Pacific R. R.
were invited toaddresa theCouncil.ln regard
to the Railroad projects. .
Adjourned to to-morrow evening.
J. C. McNAUGHTON, Clerk.
Wanted-One good man to do hard work.
I will pay good wages and give steady em
ployment for one year.
ll-2m J. W. BLISS.
Has been. Yrom time immemmorial, for
men oft business capacity to settle up all their
bills before the first of the year, so that they
may start with a clean conscience the new
year. It is also a good thing to get a new suit
of clothes to start the new year with ; In fact,
to "turn n new leaf in life; and this last can
be done at Hetzel's, where you will find J. 8.
Hetzel or Wm. Hartshorn, ready to do the
fair thing by you in the matter of clothing,
as they have the largest stock in the west,
bought low, and sold the same, for cash.
"Eyes right, right dress, right wheel, march,"
for No, 70 Main street.
May the Regulator prosper.
May his cheap light ever shine ; ' -May
his custom still grow larger;
May's the trump in the Dry Goods line;
At 27 Main street. ,
"Watch Repairing scientifically done,
and good Jewelry and Clocks, at Dunn A
Co.'s. .. ll-3m
' '"' ' A CARD.
Notice Is hereby given that I have sold out
good a Boot and Shoemaker as ever drove a
peg, whom I would recommend to the public
r A ..! ........ - . v. . .
w acuuiiiiuauuu 01 me patronage Hereto
fore extended to mo I wnuM liu rennet
those of my customers who are owing me, to
Call and Settle. Ba I Wish to mf rairrh tan nn mtr
affairs as soon as possible.
'For Sale or Kxehange. Two yotng
Horses and two Pure Bred Chester White
Sows with pigs, warranted of the best stock
in mediate. W ill exchange for grain.
11-2 J. W. BLISS.
Dear frlendi In sickness, I attended you,
and In health, I have befrended you, by wait
ing a good while for the amount that you
owe me. My advice is to start In the New
Year clear of debt, and in order that all of us
may do so, those owing me will please call at
D. II. Lewis A Co,'s Drug Store and deposit
the amount due and oblige your friend in
sickness and health.
C F. STEWART.
Pivot Action Shoulder' Braces best in
the world ot D. IL Lewis A Co.'s Drug Store.
A.W.Morgan. Jr.. of Brownvllle. 63 Main
Street, has Just opened anew and complete
stock of Cloths, (Jaslmers, Vestlngs, and all
kinds of Piece Goods, and Is prepared to make
Gent's Clothing to order In the most fashion
able style. He also keeps a full lineof Ready
Made Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gent's Fur
nishing Goods. 47-3ni
Bucks' Brilliant Cook Stove took the Gold
Medal above the Charter Oak and other com-
Fating Stoves, at the New Orleans and St.
mis Fairs."! u 1SG9. For tale at the Pioneer
Stove Store, by.
4-3m J. C Ul-.LSJifc
Good nalldtnc; Stone. We are now pre
pared to furnt.su good building stone. In any
cjuantitj-. Also, Step '.'tones. Bases for Mon
uments or loran stones,- water xauies, etc,,
furnished on short notice and reasonable
terms Louaxce A Vabxev.
Grave Vines. Concords, f 1.50 per dozen.
$10. per hundred, and all other varieties in
proportion. Satisfaction Is guarranteed as
to quality and genuineness of vines.
47-tim J. W. JUIDDLKTON.
IS re. Ear and Catarrah, successfully treat
ed, by Dr. Kimberlln. Office over the Post
$1200 Dollars and Expenses! See adr
vertlsement of AmericanShuttleSewlng Ma,
chine in our advertising columns,
J. W. Bliss Regular Licensed Auctioneer.
Sales attended to in the country on reason
able terms. Orders left nt the Advertiser
office will receive proper attention. 4S-Jin
Private medical aid, read Dr. Whlttler's
Patronise 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 buttlie best ma
835,000,000 Is the capital of the Mutual
Life Insurance Companyof New York. Jar
vis S. Church is their agent at Brownvllle. It
is the safest company in the woild to Insure
Traveling Baskets for the Ladles. i
McCREERY A NICKELi
GAME I GAME 1 s
, Wanted, by J. Iluddart, at No. 47 Main St.,
Brownvllle, Neb Prairie' Chickens, Quails,
Wild Turkeys, Ac., Ac, for which I will pay
the highest market price In cash. :
Kllhourn. Jenkins A- Co. Manufac
turers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in
all kinds of Tine Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Pickets, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Battens, etc.
Office and Lumber Yard, corner 4th and Main
streets. Branch Yard at Ilielps City. Missouri.
We manufacture our own material in the
Pineries of Oshkosh, Wis., where we have
in operation one of the largest manufacturies
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 than any
Ltimber Yard in the West which 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 what they de
sire. We simply ask all toexamlne our stock
and prices before purchaslngelsewhere.as we
can ensure satisfaction in bot h.
Kegs White Lead, Just received.
McCREERY A NICKEL.
FITS! FITS!! FITS!!!.
at Alf. W. Morgan's Clothing Store,
Corn. Wheat and Oats :
Rainey A Lewis have removed their office
to Robt. Teare A Co.'s Store, where they will
pity the highest cash price lor Grain and oth
er Produce. ,
Bolts Wall rnper, direct from New Y'ork.
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, Bunds, 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 materia), at tlw fairest raieS
J. R. BELL.
Cbf , Water A First Streets,
Lrrrsber delivered Within the city
a limits, FREE OF CHARGE.
GUARD RECEPTION It tit
Santa Clause A Co- hold a Grand Reception
at the Toy and Confectionery Store of ,
WM. KOSSELI :
in this clfyeorrrrrmiclng from tovtoy atrd ex
tending through the Holidays.. They have
16 stere the most complete stock of Toys of
all kinds ever shown in this market $ also,
Nuts. Candies.-Cisfars,-Apples, Dried" Frnijs,
eie. Cake and Pics in abundance, oi baked
to order. This is the strongest firm for the
Holidays ever formed, as they have establish
ments throughout Europe, America and the
ClVlIrZed world 1 Call on tWin 1
Cocscit Chambers, Dec, 28, 18C9.'
Mcyor In the Chair. Councllmen : Math
ews, Robinson, Grant, Tlsdel and Swan.
Petition offered by Mr. Savage asking the
city of Brownvllle to vote 500,000 to aid in the
Brown vill and Ft Kearney Railroad :
. WnEKEAr A resolution was adopted at a
rneetirM? of the Counfcil, held December 6th,
authorizing and instructing the Mayor of said-,
city to issue a Proclamation, calling upon
the legal voters-of- the city of Brownvllle to
vote upon the question of issuing the Bonds
of said city; to aid in the construction of the
Qulncy, Missouri and Pacific Railroad; and.
Whereas,. Said Proclamation and prepo
sitions, therein contained do not seem to
meet the wishes and views of the majority of
the citizens of Brownvllle; therefore be it
llexolved. That said resolution be and Is
On motion. It was resolved that a special
election be ordered to be held in the city of
Brownvllle, January 29th; 1870. at which the
qualified voters of said city shall be called
upon to vote for or against the question of
subscribing on the part of the city the sum of
S,000 to the capital stock of the Brownvllle,
Ft. Kearney and Pacific Railroad- Company.
J. C. McNAUGHTOtsvC'lerk.
XEtY YEAR'S D1SXER8.
At McPherson A Tuttle's will tte'fotmd1 the
Pru nes, etc. etc., laid in especially
for Christmas and New Y'ears, and sold very
low so that poor folks may enjoy themselves.
Those knowing themselves indebted to
the undersigned are requested ,ta settle the
same immediately either by note, renewal of
over due notes or by paying the Greenbacks
at my residence near Nemaha City. A word
to the wise is sufficient.
9-3t J. H. Dkaix.
; Cnrrected weekly for the Advertiser by
MAT'S DRY GOODS A CLOTHING REGULATOR
The Harket this week sbdWs a '
Business Coats from $3 10.
Cusi mere; from ...
Vests from 75 cts. to (I 25. : "
Overshlrts, from 75 cts. to t
. Undershirts, from 75 cts. to 2. -
DRY GOODS MARKET.
Corrected weekly for the Advertiser by
MAY'S DRY GOODS A CLOTHING REGULATOR
Calico, lOeiane, ,
. Muslin, rrVcra 17.
Cotton Delaine, 22c.
All Wool Delaiue, 37c.
Balmoral Skirts, (1 (2 5a . . -
W. M. WYETH & CO., :
Wholesale Dealer in 1
HARDWARE & CUTLERY
No. 6 South Third, bet Felix A Edmond sts
' ' ' "ST. JOSEPH. MO.
HARNESS, Skirting, and all kinds
of Saddles, Leather, Bridles, Hardware,
Ac, constantly on hand. Agents for Ditson's Circu
lar Saws and Marvin's Safes. 4-yJ
A REGULAR GRADUATE OF
xl MEDICINE, as diploma at Office M ill
show, has been longer engaged In the treatment
of Yeneheai., Skxual and Privatk Diseas
es than anv other physician In St. Louis.
Syphilis, onorrha'C4leet,Ntrlctnre, Orchlttis,
Hernia, and Rupture; oil urinary Diseases and
Svphilitic or Mercurial Altlictions of Throat.
Kkln or Bones, are treated with unparallelltta
Spermatorrhea, Sexnal Debbllfty and Impo
tency, as the result of self abuse in youth, sexu
al excess in matureryears, or other causes, and
whieb produce some of the following effects, as
Nocturnal . Emissions, blotches, debility, dirzl
ness. dimness of sight, conftision of ideas, evil
forebolings, aversion to society of females, loss
of memory and sexual pewer, and rendering
marriage improper, are permanently cured.
The Doctor's opportunities in hospital and
private practice are unsurpassed in Ht. Louis or
any other city. Back riles ofst. Louis papers
prove that he hrs been located here longer than
any other so advertising. The establishment,
lib'rarj'i laboratory and appointments, are un
rivalled in the west, unsurpassed anywhere.
Age, whh exierience, cazt be relied upon, ana
the doctor can refer to many physicians through
out the country- In past success and present
position he stands without a competitor.
The Writings of a Physician w hose ref
utation is lnion-wide should '
be worth reuding. .
Docto Whittikh publishes a ifrdieal Fttmph
Irt relating to venereal diseases and the disas
trous and varied consequence of self-abuse that
will be sent to anv address In a sealed envelope
for two stamps. Many physicians introduce pa
tients to the doctor after reading his medical
pamphlet. Communications confidential. A
friendly talk will cost you nothing. O (lice cen
tral, yet retired Xo. 617 St. Charles street, tit.
Louis, Mo. Hours 9a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays!:
to 2p.m. . ... ..23-y
NEW STEAM FERRY
The Brownvllle Ferry Company
have now running between -. t - "
. - ' - ' -' " "A ts'.b '
Nortli Star and Phelps City, Mo.,
" the new and commodious' Steam Ferry-
HARY J. ARNOLD !:
THIS BOAT is entirely neyry with
power and capacity to cross everything
that may come. In any weather. '
For croasiiiK Cattle into or out of (his Land Dis
trict, this It the best point. This boat is especially
fitted up to ensure safety in crossing Ktoc"k". and iarre
cattle pens are already erected at the St. Joe. AC. B.
Depot at Phelps City. We can insure the traveling
public that all in our power ahall be done to make
this the most reliable crossing on the Missouri river.
BROWN VILLE FERRY CO.
( V ' ' Hank & Armitage
- BroivnvlUe. Xca.
ALWAYS READY. NEVER FAILS.
Easily carried weighs 75 ts. filled. Elht halloas
In the EniriDe charged with ('ftborric Acid Gas,
equul to I t', hhd.H. ot Common Water!
Chanced ia.'iO seconds! fan 18 recharged In 1
minute! Throws uo feet! Puts oat burning Kero
Bene, BenoIf, Tar, Ac. ',.. . i
EVFRY FARMKU RHOFT.D HAVE ONE.
EVERY BUILDER SHOULD HATE ONE.
iS-tf ' 8 A VtS ITS COST IX IJSCBAJFCXi
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Everybody's Lawyer arid
It Is a Law Library Condenser!
It is the latest and best work oii ?
It is the most reliable ever Issued ! . .
It is alike suited to all theState! -It
la equal to every leiral continrency! " ' '
It is an instructive book fucthe family !
It is a ready reference book for all classes !
It is the plainest, simplest and mwt compact !
It is. in short. the people's great form book I
To cap the climax, it U the cheapest book before
the people !
"THE KIXO PF STOCK BOOKS."-ljapa-es,
200 illustrations. All about the history and varieties
crossing, breeding, feeding, and management, dis
eases and their remedies, or the horse, cattle, sheep,
swine, poultry, Ac In cheapness and fall seas, it
has so rival. Farmers Will buy it before aay other
-THE NEW MAP WONDER" for every sub
scriber, sect free; so paces. Address
tMt NOODSPKED A CO., Chicago.
CARDSy BILLHEADS, CtfRCU
LARS, at the Advertiser Job OfSce.
TRUNKSv VALISES, Ac.- vt in
endless variety, at HETZEL'S.
TIE9. Endlcw ia style and quanti
ty, at HETZEL
Haye the; Largest Stock, and Make the Lowest Prices.
Four Hole Sheller and Power, either belted
FourHole Sheller and Power, either belted
Four Hole Sheller and Power, either belied
Six Hole Sheller and Power complete, either
Two Hole Self Feed Sheller, with single sacker, two-horse power, Jack and drive rope,
Twbnole Self Feed Sheller, with single sacker, two-horse power, geared .
Two Hole Hand Feed Sheller (or "Farmer's
. Si7 i"r ; '''''''' "1
-rriiasj itat r'Jrou mtu r "iSn sai
A. L. RICH. ' : A. H. GILLMORE.
HEW ADrnillSTRATTOH AT THE
St m l
RICH & GILMORE,
Successors to-W. II. SMALL,?
D1LVLERS AND JOBBERS IN
Snci as Coffees, Sagora, Tea, Molasses. SyTwps. Fl&dr, JJafioH, A isa, urioa
Beef, Salt, Coal Oil, Tohaceo, Cigars, Cheese. Dried and Green Fruits, Con
fectionarie of all Kinds, Wooden Ware, &e.
La connection with the above they kecfp'trolisUntlon hand a large supply of feed,
COR, OATS, DRAff, SHOUTS, &4r.
All Goods Sold at Prices tliat Defy Competition,
; Highest Market rrice paid forall kind's of COUNTRY' PRObt'CE.
Relucel Prices to nit the Times, Small Profits and Fair Dealine, ia their Invariable" rule.
Goods will be sold to" t'oontry Merchants la either large of snlall Wile and at extremely low
rates. - ' " " "' ' " ' ' :
A -FRESH SUPPLY OF GROCERIES JUST RECEIVED AT THE RED
IX STORE, McPherson, Brick, north side of Main" Street, In the room formerly occupied
byILSmall. . RgCIf & ralfORt!.
We have on hand a large
TO Tclliclx we aid making co
we are selling at Prices as
In the Quality 'of 'our Goorls
1 FLOUR OF THE jlOST
"tYbolesale and Retail Dealers ia
Mwe, Stoves, Tinware, 1.,
ltd. 74 Ilain Street, Browiiville, IXeT?.
O A. E,
a A 1 " I
51 t . I -
Main Street, McPherson Block, Biwnville,
PRICES, COMPLETE .WITH POTTER
or geared with double sacker.......
ot 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 ond rope..
and well a3ortcd stock of
nstant additions, and which
low as a ny House west of
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
PRICE AI3 FOR
SWEATS' & BRO.
E M ..
and Hotnil Scalers in
IP IE T
'V A Tisnipil
iss aaai 'T -"isni
.. ,i,mi t lft ojaLMjJssirT " ' -" -r- j
A1 AA C?J
One Price Clothing House !
No. 70 Main Street.
$15,000 IBM OF CIOIIIIIIG!
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES,
These croods were
New York, for this
doubtedly the most reliable goods of the
kind ever offered in this or any other mar
Mr. Hetzeis experience in this btisi
ness over 15 years enables him to select
his goods with more judgement,1 for good
material and make, than the great majori
ity of dealers in Clothing. : ;
These goods have all been purchased for
Cash, at a Very low margin, and enables
him to sell them yen' Low for Cash.
Few persons once dealing with Hetzei,
but will always deal there, because his deal
ings are fair and above board. He has but
One Price. .
His stock comprises all the varieties of
Fine and Fashionable Clothing,, equal in,
every respect to the
VERY BEST CTJSTOrX-IIADE V70RKV
Jr 7 nmnaTiv
' - '
selected by liimself in
market, and are ' un
m -e::. . .
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