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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1870)
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BBH;iur Monday nlKht In
J"""'" lecture Meeting
: ii & t.t.ttv iitk;e No.
4. A. T. K.
ii'nilnr OoinmuntoUions first arid thlra ai-
ever, batiW nwuu w. M.
job BlaKK, Secy.
I. O. O. F.
BROWN VI LI.K LODCE No. 5 I. O.O. F.-Kes-
I. O. G. T.
BllOW V VILLK LODGE No. 2), L O. G. T. meets
,very Friday evening. R F W. C T.
VATfOJ Bt-ACKBrRK, V. t;.
o nrnr.mrs mncrTORY.
ski- ' -
-.KHiTERIAS CJTt'RCir. Services each
, .i hi-.u a. m.. and 7: p. m. Frayer Meet
4, clock p. ni.
bchool at 2
Rev. J. T. Baird, rator.
v irTHOPrsT II CirmCH. Services each fiab
. , h i(t: a. m.. and 7;. p. m. Sunday Hchool
i it a. in. Prayer MeetlnK Thursday evening.
- tu-v. ii ri- mil. I nrnu .
r-TTRIrs CITl'Rni EPISCOPAI-Corner At
. ..iir and tciid street. Services every bunday
.t ii.'. o'clock. Hr.urtay School at
M.,.Z.u Kveninff Service at 7S o'clock, lioly
touiiuuiiion adminlKtered on
tiret Sunday of
G. R. DAVIS, Rector.
n i mT CHURCH. Corner Fourth and Atlan
ViwIjl (services everv ssabhath except the third
-L-oTmonth. at 11 o'clock a. m . and 7 o clock f . M.
... J.. ). month, at
,LUnlHr ScIi.m.1 at 10 a. ui.
Prayer Meeting "Wed-
T. 8. LOWE. Pastor.
Arrival mid Depart nre or the Mails.
Eastern and (Southern deji&rU at
6ij arrives at J p. ni.
depart at '
Peru Mail arrive at 10 m.; depuiln at 12 p. m.
i .j-u.iiirnvfli Mondav. Wednesdays
rwairi ....... --- .,.... n; i. ....
'laVarrivea Friday.' at 4 p. m.; departs
Tl. ii rwiV Ht f"t. 111.
St. Joseph & Council II lulls R.H.
8a Fraclco and the East and South.
To tralnii dally each way, between St. Joseph
ondOmiicilJUutK connecting as follows : .
At Joseph with the ilnnninal St. Joseph
Railroad for yuiiicy. Kansas City vU Cameron, bL
I ,,tn via Macon and the Kant.
At . Joaeph with the MiksouiI Valley Railroad
fur Atchison. leaveiiwi;riii. ivaiiwi v.ii
f(if iH-nver. Salt Ijike and Calilornia.
AtCiHincil HiufTs with I'hicuKO A North W
a f..r sti.iiT (ttv mid To Ihtrr."
Blurt's with I'nion
Pulliuau's Palace Curs are run through from
Council lUufls to su Louia and Quiacy.
No 1 Express, bound North, leave Phelps 1:15 p.m.
'o 1 Kx press, hound North, leave Pheli9 6:i" a. m.
So! I Kxprvss, tMmd Soata. leave Phelpsli:.Vi p. ni.
No 4 Express, bound South, leave Phelps a. ni.
Train N. dally except NoiKtay.
Train No. i daily except Saturday.
AU oilier trains daily excej Sunday.
A. L. HOPKINS, Gnl superintendent.
rj-Jsr'ib nocers' Omnibus leaves BrowurJlle for
Che is-imt at a. ni. and 12 in., duily.
Hannibal &. Saint Joscpli Time
Taking eflect January 9th, 187a
Vo. 1 Ttav.Exp. daily ejecept Sunday 7:20 p. m.
No. a I'acirlc Kxp.dailv except Monday 3:) a. ni.
No. i Niiclit Exp. daily exc-pt Monday 7:-V) a. m.
No. 7 Tliroiieh rt. daily except Monday. SrA't a. ni.
No l 1 lin.uL-li irt. daily excfiil Mjnulay. V-.i-'t a. iu.
No. 11 Wv irt. dally except Sunday &V p. m.
Na, Ii Slacou Irt. dally tiu'iit Sunday luau a. m.
No.-; rav Exp. Uailyexcept Sunday & -10 a. m
No. i Niirlit Exn. daily txcei.t Sunday kit) p. m
No. 6 Pi-illc Exp. flaily exceiit Suin)n.yli i-t Ji. m.
No. St. Louis Ex. daily except Sunday... iW p. m.
Nn.Ki AVav frt. flaijv ex-pt Sunday .. r.w a., ni.
No.r: Throueh frt. daily exe.'il Sunay... l:i"i. m.
J.U.H 1'hrouKh frt. daily xeel iMtturUay r.'it i in.
No. 4 w ill not stop at Saxhm. Oshorn, KWder,
limner. Misirsville, t'tica. Whwlinc or Meadville.
Su. s will not sUn at Saxum. Kastoti, Owborn
Dm-kluridee. Moorsvllle. Vln linif or Meadville.
T. ii. BCKN Wrr, en. Agent.
Tnlon Pacific Railway Time
Tniil further n41 rLns willloave and arrive
at Omaha dally as killows:
XHiilyExp 11:15 a.m.
riolel Exp 4:15 p.m.
.Mixed 5:45 p.m.
U'reiKht 7:00 a.m.
Pallv Exp 4:15 p. m.
Hotel Exp U:loa.ni.
Mixed 4:ii.p. m.
;i reight L3W p. m
The Hotel Express train leaves at 4:15
Thursday, and HrriuesAt lkl5w-y Sunday,
I Except Sundays.
iialiy connections made at Omaha with Chicago
Jt .NoriliwrMcrcriii'UKO, Jlork Jkuum) and 1'aciiie
j,nd Ht. Joseph uiwl Ohiik'II Jilulls .Railroads, and
NiisKouri lover line of Ktecmcrs lor all points Ea.st
At Cheyenn wllh Ienver Pacific JL Jt. for all
jioints in Colorado mud New Mxm-o.
At Krvan with sta for Sil wuter Ifines.
At O'.-'l.-n Willi I Ua.ii tVatrnl It. ii. Nail Lake
City and oilier potiri iw Utah.
AttKdn with Central Pacific Railroad, for Cor
rine, Virginia City, Helena, aud all points In Mon
tana. AIm, tor i-acranienta. Nan t-raiMuo, aul all
noints in Idaho. Nevado and California.
All Irfijrtit delivered at the Omaha depot Jirior to
4:.' P. ni.. will iro west tlie same Oar.
r. No freiKht received lor shipment after S:(W p. m.
Tickets lor sale to all points west, at the Ticict
Ofhc-e of the I'nion Pacific Railroad, at which ollice
ierths on sleeptnp cars can he secured.
C J. HAM MONlMien. Supt.
F. CotTosr, G. T. A. 11. Bkownson, ;. F. A.
Pacific RaJIvrar or 31ItourI.
Passengers leaving St. Joseph vln. Missouri Val
Jpy ftattroad at 1 o'clock p. ni., make close and sure
con noct ions at Kan as City with tins ljpular road,
armini; at St. Iois rril morning ut tt o'clock.
Tills Is now a ri rst-clasx road in every res aft. New
ir..it has been laid; im w engines and maK'iiliccnt
sUs'(in and passenger coaches have been addrd to
liKeoiiipmc lit. Passengers can rwiy on Its making
Its advertised time. Tins is the best route from SU
Ji-ili to si. l,ou is, the South and Southeast.
Thi-ouch Tickets t.fr sale at the ullices of the Mis
souri Valley Railroad.
H. C. MOORE, General Sujit.
TllOS. IfciWWJX, O. iV.. A. W. ii. llAI.lt, U. T. A,
. Missouri Valley Railroad.
To take effect M o'clock r. . on Sunday, Janu
ary Itith, 187U.
o i sr u lonn,
No. 1 Express leaves ,, .7:15 a. m.
No. Express leaves l im p. m.
No. KrttiKht leaves at 4:U) u. in.
No, 2 Express arrives at
No. 4 Express arrives at...
No. C Kreiirht arrives at
No. and 4 dally. 1, 2, 6, 6, 7 and 8,
K:Xi p. m.
10:00 a. m.
. :4.j p. m.
. V. BAUNARJJ.Oen. Supt.
Clilcaco & orlIi lTcslern Rail
Road Time Table.
Express Malls dnllv except Sunday SW a. m.
Pacific Express daily : 4.-XJ p. nu
Pacific Express, dally 10 a. ra.
' .Express Mai, daily except Monday 13:45 a. m.
Chicago, Rurlinprfoii &, Omaha
maha and Oilcmro Express, Dally 4:0(1 p. ro.
Stail, dailj-, (except Sunday) 4:0V p. in.
mshaand Chlcatro Express, dally !: a. m.
Hail, daily, (excejit Sunday (. li m a. m.
PiiMman's Hotel linlint Car and Urawlnir Room
Mivpiox Cars accompany Omaha and Chicago Ex
frfs. Tii'ket Office 122 Farnam, corner Ninth street,
Habhy Vr.rr.i, D. W. Hiscitoock,
Ticket Agent. lien. W. Pass. Agt
Chicago, Rurllnpton & Qulncy
.. 7:45 a m
Wi a m
".:) p m
!:" p m
:.V a III
7:15 a in
: p m
Aurora Paaaentfr . .4:'pm
KintMliiie Accommodation.. h-.i p in
K hi Express tll-.:ip iu
::() a in
Sunday excepted. tsaturday excepted.
MtUbur?, rt.lVaync & Chlca
'. go Railroad.
Mali 4.-T0 a m ft 1-1 p m
y Exrireas 810 a 111 6:.I0 a ni
acilip Kxpress............. 4:45 p m ri0 a m
Jiieht Express :flii p m Km) p m
alporasaaccommod:aiou..... 4:50 p m 8:40 a m
" ALL AliOARD
I The Brownville Transfer Line;
Undar the management of '
I Ii now Kuuning aegnlar Omnibuses from
Srownrille, to th. Railroad Terminus
; ' of ti Council Bluffs and St. Joseph Railroad,
; At North Star, Mo.,
! T allies from Brownville and Korth Star Ferry
; Good Omnibusaes. Cleao Con&ctionr
I Charges Moderate. 30-tf
C. M. KATJFFMAN,
j; SHERMAN HOUSE,
46 fLalu-st., Browrnvlile.
m11 Jt'Hise has been remodeled and refurnished
lrr""l-'l'"Ul.aiid anonlx ihetwl accommodHtionxin
tl f'Y l t'i looal and traveling public. Jliicen
! an i 3lta- '""wejt for tlie West. and OninibtMea
fcrst rln' s-ari irom the Hliennan Ilouw. Pair
cia-w, -Uartsi modTte, j.vf
J. Lu Coltapp, Editor.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1870.
a 3"Extra copies of the ADVKRTisr for sale by
A. D. Marsh, at City Book Store, and brCA. Pol-
ock, at the PostolGce.
To Our Pstrom in Job Work.
Wc would sar. parcnthctlcallr. that we
have received a couslderable adilitlon to our
Job Olfice in the way of New Type, Inks,
Cards, Papers, etc, which warrant us In in
viting an Increase of the lileral patronage
heretofore bestowed. We cannow turn out a
tine Job Work as can be had anywhere, and
believe, as low.
1. D. X1BSH
Has Just received a splendid lot of Chromos
and Oleograph Pictures, which he Is getting
framed for his Dollar Scheme. He has among
thc-He some as fine pictures of this kind as
M-ere ever made, valued and worth from
fifteen to twenty dollars, and the frames
will be equal to the pictures. We took an
advanced peep at these, and cannot refrain
from describing a few of the leading ones:
"Mamma's In Heaven," Is 18x21 In size; the
picture shows four little childred whose
mother has died, and they have been told
she had gone away, the children look all
over the garden, then meet on the sofa and
one remarks she cannot find Mamma another
snys Mamma's in Heaven," and the picture
shows the angel mother hovering over her
children. If, is bojiutiful in conception aud
execution. "Easter Morning" is a beautiful
Cross, with a wreath of flowers entwining
It. It is 15x21, and is superb. "Making a
Kite" Is another beauty ; a boy making a
kite; 13x18. "The Captive Child" contains as
rich scenery as was ever transferred to can
vass by any process. It shows a white child
captive to the Indians, In a canoo with an
Indian girl ; 17x26. "The Kid's Play Ground"
is an animal picture. "Little Eva" is a scene
from the play of Uncle Tom's Cabin. If you
have read Uncle Tom's Cabin, yon will appre
ciate this ideal creation of Uncle Tom's teach
er. In a reflective mood. "Isn't she pretty,"
"The Little Intruder," "The Three Friends,"
The Unconscious Sleeper," "Sunlight In
Winter," are all first class pictures of good
size, and worth from ?S lo 510 each. Of fruit
pictures he has "Raspberries," "Peaches,"
"Cherries," "Our Kitchen Garden," repre
senting fruits and vegetables so lusciously
lovely that one's mouth instlntively waters
toget at them. Besides these, he has about one
hundred smaller Chromos,, yet none worth
less than 14. AU tlwtc are f go for One Dollar
only! That is Marsh's plan. He asks you
onlyjl for $20 or a 3o picture; and has been
known to sell a $20 greenback for 1. Go and
see him ! '
Sbow. A beautiful snow fell in this vicini
ty last Tuesday night, covering the ground
to the depth of about six inches. Itsetmi
rlajls of snow birds loose, and Wednesday
morning saw them hopping about, enjoying
themselves hugely. It Is a fine snow, and
will afford good sleighing.
Working Yen will find something to their
advantage among our new advertisements.
J. W. Henderson has his ' Lady's Fancy
Bazar fixed up In thebest style, and stock
ed with those nice things which every lady
appreciates, and ought to have. Go Ladies
and 6ce them.
C. X. Snote, successor to Chas. Helmer, has
now a splendid stock of Boots & Shoes on
hand, and sells very low.
Berber's Alaanibra Is now very tastily fixed
up; and Berger nuckles to no man in fixing
up cood drinks from pore liquors, unless it is
Dick Harper, and lue can't be beat. Go and
Grant's ToUry is that which will relieve the
people from the burdens of taxation, and give
thctn the greatest amount of goods for the
least money. We mean not Gen, Grant, but
Wendtel Grant of our city, who Is the Prince
of men to buy boots, shoes, clothing, etc., of.
Go and try him once, and you will deal there
F. A. Tisdel, Jr. k. Co., arejust now almost
hemmed In with new Stock such as Seeders,
Corn Planters, Wheat Drills, Cultivators rnd
whatever the farmers may want. They arc
determined to keep all that may be called for
to farm with, and get them packed close, aud
by the car load, so that they can sell them nt
the very lowest figures, farmers If you know
on which "side your bread's butter," you
will deal with them.
Hannaford k He Fall's Wholesale and Retail
Furniture Store is.now second to no establish
ment of the kind in the WcsL They have
Just nil you may call for from the smallest
and neatest piece Of household furniture, to
the. finest parlor Sets complete. Their stock
of bedding Is. large and full, and Is being sold
lower than the goods can possibly be bought
for, atid made un. Thev have also a SDlendld
lo Mirrors, nnd Cords and Tasels to hang
them. And Jack cannot be excelled infram
lng pictures with the rich and varied stock
of mouldings kept constantly on hand. If
you want In their line, yon might travel for
a month and hardly -find a better stock to se-
lelect from or better met l deal with.
Sherman House. Among our new advertise
ments to-day will be found one for the Sher
man nouse. Just opened on Main street, by
Cyrus Kauffuian. Mr. Kauffraan is an
old hand at the business, thoroughly accom
modatlng a cood provider," and has his
house refitted, and neatly furnished. It
centrally located, and one of the best hotels
in the city.
(hsnce for harttlas. By our new advertise
ments it will be seen that Government will
sell a fine lot of stock In Omaha, on Satur
day February r. If yon want Horses, Mules
or Ponies, go to the sale.
C. G. Dorsey Is in town from Beatrice, ne
snys he passed a great many emigrant teams
on the way out as he came in. He reports
times good In and around Beatrice. We are
pleased to sec Charles around ; he is one of
the old pioneers of this section.
L. D. Boldson is filling up hU large Ice
House on the levee. Ho will be prepared to
furnish this community as pretty Ice as was
ever put Hp.
Tref. D. C. Smith has taken charge of the
Brass Band at Ilockport. Mo., where he has
gone to stay. He takes with him the kindli
est feelings of all who were acquainted with
him on tliia nlde, and especially the Silver
Cornet Band of this place. The Rockport
Band have done a nice thing in getting him
Israel S. 5 ace has bought out the interest of
George Hansen In the City Bakery, and will
hereafter conduct it by himself, Mr. Nace Is
Just tlie man to run the institution right, so
as to make it a public benefit.
wiTiiorr noPE of reward on esoluhest
It Is an artual pleasure to go into J. R. net
r.el's Clothing Emporium, Mo. '70 Main-st
and see the numerous customers who are
constantly adorning their eorporial systems
with good, substantial, well made and cheap
Clothing. That mau don't live that soils
goods In a more pleasant way than Hetzel,or
his clerk, Wm. Hartshorn ; for they will tear
down great ricks of Overcoats, Pants, Vest,
Dress Coats, or underwear, to get at Just
what you want, and at prices so low that we
have yet to bear of any person going away
without what he came for. Just now he is
doing a good thing by our people in Over
coats is selling them so low that the poor
est man in the county will nctually loose
money by doing without one. He says he
will empty his shelves of all winter goods at
cost, to make room for a large spring stock ?
and, what Helzel says we will go his securi
ty on doing, for bis word is as good as gold
for whatever he promises. Go and see him !
H ood. Our citizens are taking advantage
of tlie natural bridge over the Big Muddy,
to lay In a supply of- Missouri wood. It
burns nearly as well as that grown on this
side, . .
SnOOTIJQ AFFR1R AT BOCXTOBT, XO.
We lerrn that on last Tuesday ex-Sheriff
Blake shot two of the Evans boys, as they
are called, killing both. Our Information is
to the effect that the Evanses had threatened
the life of Blake, who, seeing them come Into
town, prepared to defend himself. They
came to him one on horseback and one on
foot and while he was talking to the one on
foot, the other shot at him from behind.
Blake then drew his revolver, shot the one
he was talking to, and wheeled around and
shot the other before he could get away, and
continued filing until they were past doing
him any harm. The Evans boys are said to
have been perfect desperadoes.
Tale atlses ! Talestlnes ! ! Talentloes ! ! l-WIll
be at the Post Offlce In season.
McFIIEttSO!r Jt TITTLE
Have Just received a large lot of Fresh Gro
ceries, comprising all that was required to
make their assortment the most complete in
the city. They are determined to keep- noth
ing but good choice articles a full assort
ment of them and sell so low that all can
afford to buy. Go there. If you wish the
best the world's market affords in the Gror
eery and Provision line.
For the Best fori Planters, and Stirring and
Breaking Plows, and Black Hawk Walking
Cultivators in the world, go to Den'&i
GABRIEL'S LAST TOOT!
We do not propose to dun our friends, for
they will, through friendship, call and settle
their accounts; we do not propose to dun
those who show they are not by not calling,
we shall leave that to some magesterlal gen
tleman, and that soon. The experiment of
buying goods for cash, and selling on six and
twelve months time, Is a failure ; we And we
must have money ; If this notice does not
fetch It by St. Valentines day-, we shall adopt
HAUK & ARMITAGE.
Ladies Lore St Ttlentise. The Post Office is
the place to find his missives in abundance.
; Ball and Chains. We notice in at Shellen
berger Bro's a pair of Ball and chains for the
better securing of malefactors, who may be
condemned for crime to a period of hard la
bor. They seem capable of preventing a man
from doing any very tall running. Tlie
criminally disposed had better take warn
Choice Coffee, Fine Sugars,
and Extra Vinegar, at Den's.
Dirt Is being excavated from the corner of
Third and Main street, to fill up the south
side of Main between Third and Fourth-sts.
rarental Affection. We learn that the wife
of Terril Russell who left his bed and board
for parts unknown several weeks since re
turned last week and left the "pledge of her
.affection for Twrril" snugly wrapped up, on
the doon-step of her forsaken lord. She did
Girls Adore St. Valentine. Boys, you will
find a beautiful assortment at the Tost Office.
1000 Barr Oak
Posts wanted, for good's, at
Worthing's new Warehouse on Main street,
is nearly full of goods for the West.
Geo. P. Berkley, our well know Painter,
leaves for Beatrice, Saturday, to finish a
building at the above place for Mr. Cowles.
Furniture, the best and cheapest in Brown-
vllle, at Den's.
Drug Store for Beatrice. We learn that J.S.
Cowles, of this city intends moving his Drug
Store from Thelps Station, Mo., to Beatrice.
Neb. This will be a valuable acquisition for
the latter place, as Mr. Cowles is an energetic
man, and one in whom all may have confi
dence. We regret to hear of his Intention of
leaving this place.
Cooking. Heating and Parlor Stores, at Den's.
St. Yaletine will be at the Post Office from
the 7th to the lith.
B. K. Election. Next Saturday Is the day
which will decide whether our city will sub
scribe SG0.000 to the capital stock of the
Brownville Ft. Kearney A Pacific Railroad
Company. So little difference of opinion ex
ists among our citizens upon the subiect.
that no one. doolts that a unanimous vote
will be given In favor of the proposition. In
this connection In is gratifying to know that
the action of this precinct and city are having
a good effect west of us, for already are two
precincts discussing the project of adding
SiO.000 each to the donation made by -this
precinct to aid the building of the road ; and
they will make this donation if the road can
be deviated but slightly from a straight line,
The present line of policy energetically pur
sued, and work commenced in the spring.
will give us, beyond a peradventure, tlie aid
andco-operation of the precincts and counties
west of us. Show a clear record next Satur
day, neighbor for Brownville and a Western
Thimble Sheens, from two inches up to (our
Indies, at Den's.
Dr. Traer remained in our city up toSatur
day last, being kept busy making Phreno
logical examinations np to that time. We
took occasion to ask him what he thought of
Brownvlllians generally; having felt nearly
everybody's head, we thought him capable of
answering understanding. He said that
he found the people of Brownville possessed
or more loan average energy, good pereep-
tlves, strong hope and very large social devel
opementi?. M'e must pronounce the Doctor,
as usual, correct.
Gent's and Lady's Shawls and Furs, twenty
per cent, less than cost, at Den's.
Improvements la Pen. We learn that Peru
Is in prospect of" great Improvements in
the spring. Several large business and res
idence buildings are talked of, and there is
now little doubt of the M. E. Church of that
place erecting a good, commodious house of
worship as soon as the weather opens. Two
thousand dollars la, already subscribed for
the purpose, nnd the Intention is to raise
enough more to build a house 32x50 feet.
We are pleased to chronicle the'falr pros
pects of our neighbor town.
John IT. Bennett returned lastSaturday from
a trip to Kentucky, where he spent a few
weeks among the hil!s and dales where he
acquired the bone and sinew which have
made him one of Nemaha county's sturdiest
farmers. He could not stand It, There ap
peared to him no life, no energy, no money,
no crops and, after living In Nebraska
nothing worth living for. He told them of
Nemaha county, and Nebraska, and has
much hopes of transplanting several of his
friends to Nemaha county in the spring.
Fatal Accident. We are pained to announce
that the son of Mr. John Strain, of . this
county, who was wounded last week, by fall
ing on a hay-knife, has since died from the
effects of the wound. This is a severe afflic
tion ou Mr. Strain and family. The little boy
was an only son.
C. W. Wheeler Is Improving his residence
on prospect ridge southwest of the city.
j' Rich A Gllmre are constantly receiving the
(Choicest Groceries, and constantly dealing
them out at reduced prices.
Em!rranta.-i-About twenty emigrant teams
have crossed the river at this point during
the past week. Several of them we learn
came from Indiana. They report financial
matters tight, and crops almost played out.
They nearly all appear to be substantial fam
ilies, coming with good teams, good stock,
and, generally, good looking women and
children. Suffer such to come unto us. for
that's the kind will make Nebraska second
to no State in the ITnion.
. BaJ. Lushbavrh has been for the past week
rusticating and looking after his interests in
this section. He designs making great Im
provements on his several farms west of this
place In the spring. ' ' .
The Lady's Friend. The February number
of this favorite magazine leads off with a fine
steel engraving of "The first Ball" a scene
which will be particularly- interesting to
yonng lady readers. Then follow the large
sheet of Colored Fashions, tasteful and styl
ish; and' a -variety of superior wood cuts,
illustrating the latest mode for costumes,
bonnets, hats Ac The music for this month
is "I wish that I were Young again." The
literary department has excellent articles
in prose and poetry. Louise Chandler Moul
ton continues her beautiful and touching
story, "Did he Forget her V and Miss Pres
cott commences "The Cascannon's Aunt,"
Una Locke and MIram Earle contribute good
articles; Madge Carrol a hearty story "Out L
of a June Rose;" Aunt Alice gives an Inter
esting and amusing acconnt of "Our Theatri
cal Career." and "Geneva" tells of "Miss
Angelica Skittle's Cotton Wedding." Among
the novelties are patterns for fancy-work,
kniitlng, embroidery, Ac. Published by
Deacon & Peterson, 319 Walnut Street Phila
delphia. Price $250 a year, (which also In
cludes a large steel engraving). Four copies
to. Five copies, (and one gratis,) 88. "The
Lady's Friend," and "T he Saturday Evening
Post," (and one engraving), 51,00. We will
club the Lady's Friend and the Advertiser at
3,50 for the two.
Demorest's Monthly. The February number
of Demorresfs Monthly presents an extriOTdi
nary array of literary novelties useful Items
of information, and beautiful illustrations,
which almost bewilder, us with their profu
sion. Among the gems in the February
number of this model Monthly is Schiller's
"SoiOof the Bell," illustrated with seven
fine and very characteristic engravings; also
the fourth plate.in the. series of Cole's "Voy
age of Life," very finely engraved, with much
useful and seasonable information on Fash
ions; also Jenny Junes splended "Talks with
Women," and numerous other interesting
and useful topics. But we must refer the
reader to the book itself, as no mere mention
will do Justice to this Model Magazine.
Yearly, $300, with a splendid engraving to
each subscriber. Address Demorest's Month
ly, 838 Broadway, New York.
Medical Adviser, Jone3 Juxkins & Co., pub
lishers. 107 South Clark Street, Chicago IU.
A fuli;.md plain treatise by Rezin Thompson,
M. D., permanent member of the Notional
Medical Association, and author of Thomp
son on Fever, Ac. This work has been exam
ined by some of the ablest members of the
Medical Profession, and is pronounced by
them to be the best popular treatise on the
laws of health and disease ever published.
It is from the pen of a man of science, one
who has stored his mind with the best prac
tical knowledge, and has the power to place
that knowledge before the people, In a clear
and enterestlnglllght. No one can read this
workwlthout perceiving that Its author Is em
inently a practical man, who refuses to think
by proxy. What he writes has the rare mer
it of being suggestive, by -broaching new
Ideas, which are calculated to set other men
thinking. We honor such a man and recom
mend his book.
The Philadelphia Evening Post, one of the
oldest and best literary weeklies, comes as
regularly as usual. It has now a corps of
writers surpassed by no literary weekly In
the land ; and Its leading novellets arc of the
first order. It is in fact just what every fam
ily that has growing up ch Ildren should have,
for its moral tone and choice editorials can
not fail to amuse nnd instruct. Peterson A
Co., 319 Walnut-st., Philadelphia, Penn. $2 a
J. K. Bell is now receiving all kinds of Pine
Lumber, in immense quantities; and from
the number of teams constantly hauling It
away, one would suppose that he Is supply
ing the State from the Tlatte to the Kansas
line. He keeps all kinds of Sash. Doors,
Blinds, Mouldings, and whatever may be
called for in his line. He is selling lumber
so low that farmers can afford to haul It 100
miles, and make money over any other yard
In the State. Sim Is In charge of the yard,
and a truer man to deal with does not live,
Strayed from the farm of J. Q. A. Smith,
Two miles south of Brownville, one white
sow, with crop off of right ear, and swallow-
fork In left, alxiut eighteen months old. A
liberal reward will lie paid for any Informa
tion leading to her recovery. Address, F. II
D. Hunt, Hillsdale, or J. Q. A. Smith, Brown
SALT LAKE AXD THE SAIXTS.
Rev. Geo. S. Alexander, of Nebraska City
delivered his lecture "Salt Lake and the
Saints" at McPherson Hail In this place on
Friday evening last. There was so short no
tice, and so many other things going on in
town that evening, that the attendance was
not large. The lecture was Interesting, well
delivered, and gave satisfaction to all wl
5cw Livery Stable. We learn that A. P.
Cogswell designs building a large brick liv
ery stable on the corner of Atlantic and First
streets. Cog. is one of the true men of Brown
vilie, and will no doubt build a stable which
will be a credit to that portion of our city.
Store at Loudon. We are pleased to notice
that London Is now prepared to supply the
surrounding country with Dry Goods, Gro
ceries and Ready Made Clothing. A. W,
Ellis, as will be een by our new advertise
ments, has Just received and opened a nice
stock of Dry Goods, Groceries and Clothing
at that place, and proposes to sell so low as
to do away with the necessity of farmers
coming to the river for such articles. Go
Woolen Goods at Cost. To make room for a
large spring stock, and to avoid carrying over
any M-oolen goods, we will sell our entire
stock of these goods at cost ! Weare In earn
est!! Come soon If you want a bargain !!
F. E. JOHNSON A CO.
The Brldsre on SIxth-st., between Main and
College, lik finished, and workmen are busy
filllng in at each end so as to make It passa
ble. It looks as though It would stand all the
rains and washing likely to occur for a de
cade of years. Judge Morgan is entitled to
great credit for his energetic work in pushing
For a good Saddle, go
CIGARS nt wholesale or retail at A.
Cohn's Cigar Factory, lil Main street.
For a No.
52 .Main st.
1 set of Harness, go to Sondcr's,
Respectfully informs his old friends nnd
the public, that he is prepared to auendll
calls in the line of his profession. Ollice at
1). H. Lewis A Co. 8 Drug Store, Main street.
lirowuviuc, .M'u, oi-U
Dry Tine Lumber In all weather at J.
SI 200 Dollars and Expenses ! See nd
vertisement of American siiuttleSewing Ma,
euuie in ur au erusing columns.
We ore determined to do a CASH BUSINESS or
IIOLLADAY A CO.
SO BOOKS KEPT.
Ilolladay & Co will not keep books In the future.
CAM I or uo trade.
As the number of Canton Clipper plows
jtrows greater, the number of it enemies de
iresiseanil Its frieixls gain strength. No plow
was ever made that savepreatersatlsfaction
It Is becoming the univursal favorite, as tlie
soil In which it will not scour is nit yet dis
covered. Shellcn berger Bros, are exclusive
A Fruit Farm For Sale.
I will sell on reasonable terms my fruit
farm, on which Clifton Post Office is now lo
cated, in Nemaha County, Nebraska, which
is 'JO miles from Nebraska City, 12 miles fronr
1'eru, H miles from iimwnville and 12 miles
from Tecuniseh. Already producing paying
crops of fruit ! Seven tiuds in bearing! low)
pounds of Dried Haspberries produced last
weason! Apple trees, orchard nize, 1,700
smaller ! "0 Everzreens 1 to 2 fext hifih, 2,000
smaller! Peach Orchard, 4H trees, 2 years
old! Many ornamental trees, shrubs and
plants. 'Eight acres of wind breaks. Cotton
woon nnd Maple. 40 acres Land. Puildlnfrs.
suitable for present necessities. A KX) barrel
Cistern. A tip-top Stone Quarry. Call and
see it or address the subscriber at-Clitton
Nemaha County, Nebraska.
11-21 I5ENT0X ALWHCll. .
For any Article you may desire in the Gro
cery or Provision line, go to Rich 4 Gilmore.
Jacob Mar'ohn' will close out his Tteadv
Made Clothing below cost price. -
.. To Housekeepers,
Bear lrv mind that Dooley's Baklne Powd,
ers Is not only the most reliable baklns powd
er in the market, but eaeh can contains the
full weiget or quantity as represented. No
mgreoienu enter into-lis composition,-but
such as are strictly pure, and as half the
quontity will produce more satisfactory re
sults than those of ordinary manufacture it is
vastly me cheapest as wen as the pest.
Dooley's-Bakinir Powderi. can be had at any
Who would pay $6 a cord for ;creeh
wood when vou.caiisreijsix loaves of Bread tor
a quarter at the City Bakery.
A first class cabinet organ for sale.
This organ is nearly new. In good order, and
and Is a fine Instrument. Will be sold very
cheap for cash. Enquire of Geo. B. Moore,
Apples by the dozen.
peck or bushel for
sole at the postodce.
R. V. Mulr agent for Lamb's
machines, Brownville, Nebaaska,
Valuable City Property for Sale
Havine determined to eo on my farm in
the Spring, for this reason I desire to dispose
of my old home property in this City. As
the size of it seems to be a dinlculty in sell
ing It. I have concluded to divide it Ir.to
smaller lots. 'Terms will be made reasoncble
as to price and time, apply at my office.
it. W. r UlUsAS.
Freieh Groceries and Provisions arc the
only kind that should go into the human
stomacheaud the place to get them is at F. E.
Johnson A Co., who have just received a
splendid stock or goods in tins line, iney
have frequently sent back articles that did
not suit or were dnmaged, and will have
nothing that is not No. L aud they are deter
mined to sell as low nsafaiijliving profit will
admit. Remember No. 72, Main street.
Snellenbe'rcrer Bras, have the sale of the
Union Corn Pfauter, which machine has been
greatly Improved for 1870. ,A more simple,
lighter draft or more effecientmachine Is not
made. This machine has stood a severe tesi
and come out victorious in every encounter.
which is inevitable when its construction
is taken Intoconsideration. Drop in and get
a catalogue descriptive of this machine. .
Merchants and Blacksmiths. A desi
rable and remunerative location foraCJUN-
TYIt STORExnnd BLACKSMITH, at the
LAFAYETTilILLS. Will furnish shop
for the latter free. Address, D. C. Sanders,
Proprietor, Howard, Nemaha county. Neb.
If you want a good Saddle or set or Har
ness, go to Bauer. .
II. C. Lett has constantly on hand a pure
assortment of pure Drugs and Medicines.
GAME t GAME I
Wanted, by J. Huddart, at No. fi Main St:,
Brownville, Neb.. Prairie Chickens, t nails.
Wild Turkeys, fee; Ac., for which I will pay
the highest market price in cash., . . , ,. . -.
ting done to order at Morgan's Tailor Shop.
ATTENTION, AI.I, !
A.W.Morcan, Jr.. of Brownville, 63 Main
Street, has just, opened anew and complete
stoclc of t loins, vasimers, esiings, ami an
klndsof Piece Goods, and isprepared toniake
Gent's Clothing to order in the most fashion
able style. He also keeps a full line of Ready
Made Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gent's Fur
nishing Goods. 47-3m
J. W. Bliss, Regular Licensed Auctioneer,
Sales attended to in the country on reason
able terms. Orders left at the Advertixcr
office will receive proper attention. 4S-6m
Grape Vines. Concords, S1.50 per dozen,
S10. per hundred, nnd all other varieties In
proportion. Satisfaction is guamiuteed as
to quality nnd genuineness of vines.
47-0IU J. o . iUiuiiLit.iu.1.
p.T-e. Ear and Catarrah. successfully treat-
oi i.v Dr. Klmberlin. omee over merosi
LL1 J -!
i A '
t'4 : ? s""t V ' '
Jl . ,K. '-J . ' i
Have the Largest Stock, and Make the Lowest Prices.
Four HolcSheUer and Power, either belted or geared with duble sacker .
Four Hole Sheller and Power, either belted or geared with "eight foot" elevator
Four Hole Sheller and Power, either belled or fircarcti with "ten foot" elevator
Six Hole Sheller and Power complete, either belted or geared with eight or ten foot elevator.
Two Hole Self Feed Sheller, with single sacker, two-horse power, jack and drive rope.-.
Two Hole Kelt Feed Sheller, with single sacker, two-horse power, geared.r,. '. .
Two Hole Hand Feed Sheller (or "Fanner's Sheller") with one-horse power, jack and rope...
Patronize Home Indus try. 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
$33,000,000 is the capital of the Mutual
Life Insurance t'ompanyof New York. Jar
vis S. Church is their ngent at Brownville. It
is the safest company in the wpild to insure
Corn, "YYheat and Oats.
Ralney A Lewis have removed their office
to- Robt. Tenre A Co.'s Store, where they will
pay the highest cash price lor Grain and oth
er Produce, . . .
I have now In my yard nenr 1,000,000
feet of the choicest DRY TINE LUMBER, of
every style and description, size and thick?
ness. Also Doors, Hash, Blinds, Mouldinzs,
etc Drja Pine Shingles, lAtU nnd 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 outfltthem
with good material, atthe fairest rates.
. J. U. BELL,
- Cor. -Water A First Streets,
N-Q Lumber delivered within the city
J3!imlts, FREE OF CHARGE.
aid, read Dr. Whlttier's
and BilndsFu!l stock at J. R.
Watch -Repairing scientifically done,
and good Jewelry and Clocks, at Dunn A
' Best Doors In the West at J. R. Bell's.
Opposite the Depot,
PHELPS CITY.MO, '
. t XV. t. STEVENS, Fbofbietob,
As (rood accommodations and good .itaWing are
offered as can be had hi the West. :J8-lyJ
MOUND CITY HOTEL.
Cor. North Market and Broadway,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
. G. A. BOYD, PROPRIETOR.
One block west of the North 'Market Street Depot
of the N. M. It. R. The utreet cars pass this hou.se
for all parts of the city. For all purposes It is the
best holel-in the city. . 2rf
NEW STEAM FERRY
The Brownville erry Company
have now running between
North Star and Phelps City, Mo.,
the new and commodious Htearu Ferry
MART J. ARNOLD !
THIS BOAT is entirely new. with
X power and capacity to cross everythin
tin- mav nonie in anv weather.
Forerussin:rt'ttle Into or out of this Land Dis
trict, this Is the West point. This boat is especially
fitted upto ensure safety in crossing stock, and large
esitle Dens are already erected at the St. Joe. At'. B.
Depot Ht Phelps City. We eaii Insure the traveling
puhlie that all in our power shall be done to make
this the most reliaoie crossinson me aussoun river.
BROWNVILLE FERRY CO.
isrJzHH fSWk ifts w
Main Street, -McPherson BlockVBrowiiville,
i . '5-: hi
PRICES, COMPLETE "WITH POWER:
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cr. s." hbtzeij7s
A,. L. jUClt
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RICH & GILMORE,
Successors to W. II. SMALL,
DEALERS AND JOBBERS IN
AIT R H R
Snch as Coffees, Sugars, Teas, Zlolasses, Syrups, Flour, Eacon, ILii, Dria
Beef, Sali, Coal Oil, Tobacco, Cigars. Cheese. Priqd ajiJ Grea Fr&itj, Coa
fectionaries of all nds, Wooden Ware, &c. .
In connection with the above they keep constantly on hand a large supply of feed.
COU., OATS, BRA., SHOUTS, &.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 Dealinz. is their invariable rule.
Goods will be soid to Country Merchant in either large or small I Ui3 and at extremely laTT
rates. ' .
We have on hand a large
STAPLS A IT D
To v?hich we are making co
we are selling at Prices as
In the Quality of our Goods
FLOUR QF THE MOST
v.- i ' u
No. 74 Main Street, Brownville, 11 eh.
and Retail Dealers in
- F. A; Tisdel,
ii 4i 4.
A. II. OILLMORE.
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t -, i
1 1 - n
1 -TV. 1L-J.
and well assorted stock of
nstant additions, and TvLicl;
low as any .House west cf
V7E DEFY COMPETITION
PHICE PAID TOIl
SWAN fc T1JTO.
Retail Dealers in
Jr., & Company.
. . . ... ? ir m . i a
.$300 '. jZ'si--
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