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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1881)
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Mi'H. Doit is visiting in Now
Hon. T..J. Majors was in tho city
Capt. .l.S. Miniok visited St. .loo
B. (J. Wiiittonioro is in Omaha
Andy Merger camo up from St.
He v. 10. J. Willh is attending con
ference this wook.
.1. M. Campbell, of l'odunk, is in
tlio city this wook.
.. I I'ricoof Washington proeinot,
is in tlin city this week.
.Sam. Summers visited St. Joseph
anil Chicago last wook.
John Beach attended tlio soldiers'
reunion at Lincoln last week.
Hev. II. O.Scott returned from a
visit to I'lattsinouth Monday.
Jake Househkolb returned Satur
day from Ids visit to Now Vork.
Mr. and Mrs. 15. Strohle aro at
tending the Slate fair at Omaha.
V. T. lingers has opened his law
olllco in tho room over the postollleo.
Mr. B. Hammond started Tues
day for Dead wood, I). T and the west.
A. V. Nickel), wont to Kansas
City Tuesday, to attend tho exposition.
Andy Tynan, of Floweidale,
Hichardson county, was in thu city
Don Arnold and C'harlio Mc
Laughlin aro taking in the Omaha fair
Hilly Hacker, who has heen quite
sick for two or threo weeks, is able to
Charley Chatfleld ot St. Joe, visit
ed his parents Sunday and returned in
Mrs. Boss "Witchorly is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Lottie Small, at Oina
ha, and seeing the fair.
Mr. .1.1). Yandervort, of Lafay
etto precinct, gave us a pleasant call
"Wedneseay. Come again.
Mrs. Richard Hatchett and daugh
ter ICato arrived homo Friday from a
visit to f i lends in Wisconsin.
Mrs. M. J. Loufhourrow, of I'e
ru, called Wednesday to givo us some
financial assistance. Thanks.
Frank Wood, 2d Assistant Clerk
of tho houso of Representatives last
winter, was in the city Monday.
-- Rev. Baird, of Plaltsinouth, for
merly minister of the Presbyterian
church, this city, filled the pulpit last
Sunday in tlio absence of Rev. Scott.
Those from abroad attending
court are: S. H. Round, judge; O. A.
Mullen, court reporter: JonnC. Wat
son, prosecuting attorney; T. 1 Ste
venson, and Frank Ransom, of Ne
T. A. Bailoy, Dory Hacker, Theo.
Hill, Rev. Scott, Sam Winters. Ned.
O'polt. Ted. lluddart, Fred. August,
Juo. Mercer, Dave Mercer and John
Rainoy attended tho reunion, at
Lincoln last week.
Master Ted Docker gave a birth
day party Monday afternoon of this
week. About fifty of his little friends
were present and enjoyed a pleasant
afternoon, playing games, etc., and an
excellent supper in the exening.
Tom Richards returned from the
oast Saturday evening accompanied by
his bettor half and the children, who
had been visiting relatives in tlio east
for some weeks. Alias May Pierce, a
nieco of Mrs. Richards, accompanied
T.C. Hacker, postmaster of Brown
villo, was a welcome caller at this office
yesterday. "Dory," as he is familiarly
known to his hosts of friends, is one of
the pioneer printers of Nebraska, and
as line a fellow as ever broke spaces.
The porsonal friendship between him
and a number of Journal folks is of
twenty years' standing. State Journal.
-- W. E. Wilson, well known as an
educator in this State, has accepted the
professorship of natural sciences in
Coo College, Iowa. This college is
under tho care of tho Presbyterian
Synod of Iowa North. There is' a pre
paratory department, and full classical
and sciontillo courses. The grounds
are within tho city plat of Cedar Rap
ids, and are valued at $80,000. The
building cost tf'JO.OOO. A boarding
hall, twonlv-flvo rooms, for young
women, is to lie opened in December.
Mr. Wilson was married this summer
to MissPlora Ramsdell of West Vir
ginia. Lihrary JS'otes,
It is pleasant-and it looks like
nosH to walk through the big dry
Is stores of Hrownville. J. L. Mc-'
(lee is slocked up equal to any prece
dent. His stoic room is so full that
there is scarcely standing room, and
goods still arriving, and his house is
daily thronged with customers. See
his big ad. for particulars.
Mcfleo & Moore, always carrying a
big stock, have added, during the hist
few days an immense amount of goods,
and load upon load have heen hauled
up from the depot, and the clerks aro
as busy as they can be, opening, carry
ing in, assorting, marking, placing in
position, and attending to the wants of!
customers that at all hours of the day
and evening lino their counters. This
week they also open a live thousand
dollar slock of general nioichuudisc at
Calvert, to 1, gin with, which will be
eo'itiiiualiy augmenting as the trade de
mands. See tho big ad. of McOeo &
Stevenson it Cross, in their various
lines are not excelled in south-eastern
Nebraska, a section thioiigh a large
partiou of which their trade extends.
They now display, certainly the most
excellent selections of stocs, especial
ly heating stoves, for coal or wood, ev
er brought to tliis market. They havo
recently made queensware a notice
able feature of their" businou.
Dolen is fully up wiMi the times and
the demands of tho trade. He is now
opening many cases of his superb and
tasty selections so attractive to the la
dies. There is, after all, always some
thing "new under the sun" being made
for ladies apparel and decoration, and
Dolen always has it. Read his new ad
vertisement. Tom Richards, of the "Regulator,"
has just returned from the east with a
large stock of goods hardware, stoves
of all kinds and patterns, and every
thing else for flic fall trade.
Vo havo just received the finest,
best and largest stock of heating stoves
that wiib ever brought to this country,
at prices that will sell them. Come
and make your selections early.
Stkvknson & Cross.
Church Howe & Son, on Wednes
day September uath, will have a public
sale, at Walnut drove Stock Farm,
Red ford precinct. The things to be
sold consist of agricultural machinery'
wagons, horses, cattle sixty-two head
of cattle, '21 of whirh are milk cows;
the balance, 2 year old and 1 year old
steers and heifers, and steer and heifer
calves. See misters for details.
Stevenson & Cross curry a line of
goods that no other house in Nebraska
carries always glad to see old custom
ers and new. and prices will be found
as low as goods can possibly be sold.
The concert of Miss Cora dates,
with her music class, on the evening of
the 'Jlith inst., piomises to be a very
pleasant affair, and will npay all who
attend. In addition to an otherwise
splendid programme, a quartette from
Lincoln, composed of four of the most
charming singers of that city, promise
to lie present and assist in the enter
tainment. - We are doing a large trade in
queensware ami glassware. If you
need any get our prices. We will save
you money. Stkvknson & Cuoss.
- The grand jury of the present term
of court is as follows: Wm. Delay, II.
I). Ewan, Fritz Oostortnau. 11. M. Sto
ver, Asa Day, .1. M. Campbell, Win.
Milton, Moses Ranks, John Bright, D.
S. Hacker, Win. Boatman, Jacob Cood,
foreman; Paul Perkins, J as. Johnson,
M.J. Fenu, Alfred Crane.
- School books, of every kind at
An abcess has formed in the Pres
ident's lungs, "not at all alarming."
The parotid gland is real healthy. His
original wound is "doing doing as well
as could bo expected." Pulse U).r, temperature-00,
respiration 20. Therefore
ho is "improving wondorfully."
- A nice lino of guns just received
at pricos that will sell evory time.
Stkvknson & Cuoss.
der.nan l V"la on0 Kl,n .ot
brick--120,000. Being a very superior
article thoy command a higher price
than anv brick we havo hoard of in
this section of tho Slate.
H 1 H A I TrAPF! f
A LHJ VJ 1 JJJ1 IXJU
flour, of alt Grades,
Selected Teas, Pure Coffee anil
Choice Syrups and Molasses,
Dried nm! Cnuueil Krultu In Vrlty
Glass and Queensware,
Also, a complete stock of Piijara and
Tnlmtvft, and a full stock of Candies at
4B"l UCTS lTT'2.
ETJAW&I&jL IZm fUTZXiS&KTiJ
Rest teeth $10, until
Extra copies of the Advkktiukki
. I A W VlnlN.H'o I
i 4i. ... iiiisiwun.
Oil cloth, brussels and hemp car
pet, by Stevenson & Cross.
Newton and Studehaker wagons
for sale by David Campbell.
Collins and furniture. a large stock
of all styles by Stevenson fc Cross.
School books and all miscellan
eous books at Nickoll's drugstore.
Want butter and eggs. Highest
price paid by Stevenson & Cross.
llliuil's 3reN Drill. Ill' best,
for sal; by D;tvlI Campbell.
Ruy New Home sewing machines.
Light running and noiseless
.Stkvknson & Cuoss.
Hrownville has now and will con
tinue to have Sunday mails at the usual
hours, but only from tho K. C.St. Jo. &
C. 11. road.
A good second hand Hoarse cheaji
not wishing to keep but one.
Stkvknson & Ckoss.
"Wo are having JJvery pleasant
weather now cool evenings and
bright days, but no frost yet that wo
have heard of.
Courtland buggy and Harness for
sale by the Regulator, T. HioiiAiuis.
For a good Cooking Stove with the
most and best trimmings, call on Wil
ling Bros. & Jordon.
open to all at Sam Sum
mers' Fii'st Class store, as
he has opened, the largest
stock of dni goods, grocer
ies, hats, raps, boots and,
shoes that ever came to
Drown ville- Call an d look.
It dors not cost any tiling
The county commissioners met
Monday this week and accepted and
paid for the now bridge built by Mr.
Wheeler near Jack Richardson's place.
(he best made for the least money By
Thos. Kiel, aids.
The court proceedings in memory
of the late T. L. Schick, Esq., being so
lengthy and received by us at so late an
hour, made necessary for us to print a
"supplement" this week.
If you want grapes for jell, can
ning, putting up, leave your orderi at
Stevenson & Cross.
The Central Branch yard is full of
material for the Missouri Pacific Oma
ha line, and largo trains aro sent out
daily. Fifty loaded cars remain in the
yard. A tcjiison Champion.
Gold, Coin makes the
whitest and best bread. Try
The latest stylos of picture frames
at prices to suit the times. Call at tho
Photograph (lallory, in Brownville, and
be convinced. Also get Tannar to
take your photographs and be happy.
liiiiirulN for Hrownville.
r !.. ..!. ...l c Air fii .,
ner. received I first premiums and one
.st.cond premium as awards for excel-
Iimico on pictures exhibited at tho Otoe
county fair. Brownville ia tho place to
(it 'our Pictures.
Furniture, large stock, low prioci.
Stevenson A Cross.
Coming- Look n H.lttieOtii.
Titos. Richards, tho "Regulator,"
starts east to lay in a complete stock of
hardware and stovs. Ho will givo
the best figures. Remember, ho gives
I The boss flour Is made by
Henry Shiffer at Home
wood's. Call for Gold
The best cook stove, with tho
latest improvements, you can buy of
Stevenson & Cross.
Call for Homewood's
flour. Try it--and you'll
use no other.
- Co to Willing Bros. & Jordan for
I vour hardware and fruit cans, powder
and shot, barb wire, the Jolict, Baker
and Scutts make, nails, door locks, corn
knives, and the be.it assortment of
guns' at the lowest prices.
W. B. & J.
Another far load of Bain wagons
coming for Stevenson & Cross.
Jill men that like to hunt
will do well to call on S. M.
Sumniers for their powder,
shot, an d shell. And I. also
keep the Baker gun, the
best in the world, for wear
and last. Call and see
- Fruit Jars, low prices.
Stkvknson fc Ckoss,
I have receivod the agency for A. II.
Andrews & Co. School furniture of all
kinds. Samples at my furniture store,
W. A. J u DIONS.
Farmers, you can't invest your
money in anything that will pay you
so well as a good Berkshire pig and
why waste your feed on common stock
or put it off when you can get tho very
best cheap, of Stevenson & Cross. Come
and look at them.
Stkvknson & Cnoss.
"Remember, Tine Advkktiskk is
only 8l.ii() a year now to subscribers
who pay in advance for one year. To
any one sending us the names of seven
new yearly subscribers in tho county
wo will mail Tiik AdVKirriSKit one
year in consideration therefor. Tho
money must accompany the order, at
the rate of $1.50 a vear.
Bain wagons are selling very fast.
Call on Steven.son & Cross if you want
a number one wagon.
tiik nitowrvviijMs mahkovs.
Knllmvlni; tiro tint quntnttnriH nt noon on
W'eiliu'Hilny, tlio tlmt if rhIhr to prnsH :
COmiKCTKI HY It. M. IIAII.KY, HTOOK DKAJ.hll
M'ts 5 Wlfiifi 75
rtttiPTH, fair to Pliolco ftl 73
Cowh, fill 2 00(12 50
COUNKCTKI) HY . K. DOUOl.AS, RltAIN
Whom No. 2... .. .... l)5ft 100
Wheat No. ;) 80 00
Kyf (& 7.5
llnrloy iOCi 8S
t'orn In tliao.ir (a 40
" uliHlled ja IS
Opposite the Sherman Mouse
E. J. HAWKINS, Proprietor.
At thU nonrilliiR Mouftn, though not n hotel,
Trtwelurs and lionrdtira aro tilurnya uted
Tho proprietor mid Imly nre Jovial mmI ftlnil,
Anil the waiter ohltsttifj; mi you'll com
Thoy set n good tnble, with (jooil victual!)
Anil have n safo place for vour hat jnil
Von can havo n ooil meal any time In tlio
And Ket tho full worth of all Hint you pay.
If you aro fatinuod, thoy Imve neatu that will
And If you are hungry, their victuals will
If you think you'll do bettor ut Homo other
You will find upon trial that thafB not
And now at tho oIoho, permit me to my,
If wsary or hungry, Jimt call round tlila
And I am qulto biuo It will never humid,
I am sorry I oiimeby any wlnq head,