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TIIUHSDAV, AlMUIi 0, 1862.
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J. W. ICoruH.
A. W. Nickell, reliublu druggist.
A. W. Nickell, tlio booksellor.
Urownvlllo. For Lumber Linio and Coul go to
.J. W. KlCltNH.
Mr. Miittliieson'a residence Is about
A. W. Nickell, rcllablonowBdealor,
Our bund boys aro talking of a mus
Tablo and pocket cutlery at T. L.
Kd. Salsbury came down from Lin
coln Monday ovoulng.
Tllank deeds, notes, mortgages
etc., for sale at this olllce.
For first class groceries call on
T. L. .ToneH Jhownvillo.
- ALFALFA everlasting clover
need for salo by IJ. Ottons.
, Extra copies of This Advkiitiheh
at A. W. Nlckell's, I.rowiivlllc.
Insuro your life in tlio Centennial
Mutual Jiifo Association of Iowa.
Visit Dillon, Croiin & Co.'h drug
aloro for low prices in overythlng.
School books and all miscellan
eous books at NickoH'a drug store.
Extra copies of tlio Advertiser for
sale at Dillon, Croan & Co'h. drug store.
Lamps, Lanterns, queonsware and
gUsswaro, at T. L. Jones, llrownville.
"Twolvo hundred immigrants, mostly
florinaa, landed at Philadelphia, illst
Thresh Hroad, pios and cakes at
.ways on hand at A. Falmor'H, Hrown
vlllo. Miss Grace Stewart, of IJrownville,
wis the gunst of Mm Stella lluddart
Pon Salic Ciikai'. A good house
uiul lot in Calyert. Apply to
E. ). Weut.
S. A Osbom is inthocity ai;aiu this
weok, engagod, as usual, in searching
for corners of lots. etc.
Mr. lluoliolo is putting tlio shelving
in his store room and it will bo ready
for occupancy this weok.
Tod lluddart and wifo wont to
IJrownville to attend tho Kendall un
tortuiumout Monday ovouing.
Wall paper and window shades, tho
largest stock and lowest prices, at
Xiukoll'H drug store, IJrownville,
We aro to havo two months of school,
to commeuco as soon as a suitable
room and teacher can bo procured.
Remember tho meeting to consider
tho oolinty fair question at SamuolHon'a
Hall noxt Saturday at 2 o'clock, p. in.
Thoo.F. Davis lust weok purchased
tho llllllurd I'arlor of Juhu Hardt.
Mr. llardt has removed his family to
St. Joe, Mo.
J. U. Uorgor and family, formorly of
IJrownville, arrived in thbeity on Mon
day and aro comfortably settled in
their now home.
Evtry man in this town should call
and subscribe for our papr to snd to
afriondin tho east. Help us adver
tiso our town
Arlhiir Walsh visited the boys at
Jrownvlllo Sunday. Wo understand
ho was duly admitted as a member of
, tho 0. M. P. Socloty.
Cattlo are bringing extraordinary
prices now. "Price 'em yourself and
drlvo 'em in ; we'll tako oin" is what
our stock dealers tell tho farmora.
Our citizens aro almost unanimously
acting on our advice In regard to Set
ting out trees, and as a result tho city
is becoming handsomely decoratod.
Parties having cattlo to herd will do
well to bco S. 0. Urlttaln, on Eaton
farm, or Hon Dovel. Sheridan, flood
rnmro and plonty of water. 41 w4
Tho rain Tuesday would havo laid
tho dust nicely but for tho fact that
thero was no dust to lay, tho wind
Monday having carried it all over Into
It. P. Ilutchlns has decided to koop
harness in connection with his agrlcul
. tural store. Mr. Edwin Elliott has
associated himself with tho Col. In the
business, and thoy can now rig a man
out with a full toam oxcoptlng tho
Itoferenco given to Hon. John II.
Ciear, Ex-Gov., John Zaiser, Mayor,
Burlington Dally Uawlteye, Dally Ga
zette, and Merchants' National Rank,
of Burlington, Iowa. Prank ITutton,
of Washington, D. C, and Pirst Na
tional Rank of Chicago, as to reliability
of tho Centennial Mutual Life Associa
tion. Peach Tiikus von Sale. Mr, S. A.
' 'Osborn proposes to supply all tho peo
ple of Calvert with any number of
poach trees 2 and JJ years old
thoy may want to plant on their lots in
1 town. He will deliver them at a cost
of only ton cents a tree, desiring only
to cover expense of taking up and
bringing to town. Leavo order for
number wanted, at printing ofllce,
New spring stock ar
riving daily. Look
out for the
Stock, in all lines of
both in quality and
prices solicited. Sat
isfy yourselves by
calling and getting
prices. Just received
a fine line of
Gents' Spring and
of Latest Styles,
for the money in the
Gents' Fine Shoes,
In fact, everything
kept in a general
Very Truly Yours,
J. L MoOEE,
DolajH Arc E)iimkci'ous:
All persons indebted to R. Roll An
drews will call and settle befoio the
12th of April, 1882, and save costs.
Dr. Andrews has a lot of household
furniture to dispose of. Any on
wishing anything in this line will call
and examiuo tho sumo befoio going
Call and see the
new goods at McGee
I wish to meet overv school olllcial
of Nemaha county at tho school house
in Sheridan, "WedneMlay, April 12th.
1882. Directors will please bring thoir
annual reports with them.
J?m,a Taooaut Souiriv,
Supt. Xomaha County.
Arriving every day,
and will be sold way
down at bottom fig
ures. Call and see
me at my new store,
first door south of
Dillon, Croan & Co.'s
Fail t54l Colors IlcHlorctl.
Vailed or gray hair gradually recov
ors its youthful eolor and lustra by
tho use of Parker's Hair flalsam, an
elegant dressing, admired for its purity
ami rich porf nine.
An immense stock
of dry goods,etc.,j ust
arrived at McGee &
BRICK! BRICK 1
For nilo by V. W. yamuolson, at the
Nemaha County Bank.
81 too per year on a ba easily made at
homo workltiK for IS, a. Hideout fc Co,, 10
Uurclny Street, Now York. Bond for their
catalogue and full particulars, 19 ly
Away they go,
Like flying mow,
L'aikets, barrels and paili;
The dfcst doth fly
Right in my eye,
Uefore theic gentle galei.
Itilams the door, t i
Makes the woodt roar, '
And blowt the grain away;
It tears tignt down,
And sweeps the town, ,
And brings a rainy day.
'Tis nature's play,
On windy day.
To tackle each one outj
From maiden fair
To the grey hair,
And turn them round about.1
So stay In doors,
And sweep the floors, ,
To keep the dirt outside; i
And wait in peace i
Until it cease
Hefureyou take j our ride, ' ,
And don't complain,
For it brings rain,
Which will increase your wealth;
If rjot so fair
It brings gocd air,
And so gives us good health.
D. J. Wood,
Go to Geo. Kiech
ers' for your dress
Mrs. E. J. Monahan, of Maryvillo,
Mo., will be in Rrownvillo on April
loth, and remain three days Call on
herat the Union House, whore she is
prepared to treat all forms of eyo dis
eases successfully. Her treatment is a
permanent cure for granulated eye lids
and all forms of inllainmation of the
Surgical operations will be perform
ed by Dr. D. C. Wilson, of Maryvillo.
Will Be I-Iung!
And still R. P. Hutchins will continue
to soil implements from tlio largest and
best selected stock in Nemaha county,
at tlio lowest living figures.
10,000" yards of
spring prints at Geo.
Kiechers'. Go and
Shall wo Hava ono at Oalvort-SLeridan.
There will lie a public meeting of all
intorestod In having a county fair thi
fall, at Samuelson's Hall, in Calvert.
April Rtli, Saturday, at 2 o'eloek p. in.
Scatter tlio news. Let all tlio farmers
come. Many Citi.i:n.s.
The finest line of
queensware at Geo.
port a fact.
Tho Nursery portion of the Furnas
Fruit Funn, IJrownville, Nebraska,
will bo cleaned out tho coining spring,
the ground being 'required for other
purposes. Jluryntns can be had,
wholesale or retail. Thoso wishing
anything in this lino will make money
by seeing this stock before making ar
Go to Geo. Riech
ers for your trim
mings in silks, satins,
Linn & Cooper.
Calvert, Neb., aro now ready to re
ceive grain of all kinds, for which they
will pay the highest market price
Call at tho elevator.
J. G. Gaskim,,
Dillon, Croan & Co. have just re
ceived a largo invoice of wall paper,
latest patterns and best quality,
which thoy proposo to sell as low as
any other firm in Nemaha county.
Gall and see them.
A good team of horses for salo or
trade. "Will trade for young cattle or
stock hogs. Apply to
at Nickell & Shurts.
"Wall paper, ready trimmed for tlio
wall, without extra expense, at Nlck
ell's drug store, Erownvlllo.
New Store! New Goodfi!
ZE3I .A. IR, ID "W" A IR, IE I
THE NEW FIRM OF
WILLSON & HARMON
ANNOUNCE TO TUB
Tlint their Stock of Ilnrdivnre I now on Ilaiul, mid tlmt they nrm
Aow Prepnreil to furiiUh niiyUiliitf In tlio line of
SHELF OR HEAVY HARDWARE,
At 1'i-luea Hint will Suit. Remember thnt yon 0nn ftct
Farm Tools, Stoves, Iron, Nails, Firearms, Ammunition, Kic
lit Connection with the Store. A No. t Workman In Ohnrge. Custom
work n Specialty.
CENTRAL AVENUE, SHERIDAN, NEBRASKA.
ice to Farmers
Tlio mi(li'rnlxiiud linn for wile the
Well known to bo tlio host, which lie will
toll cliunpcr llinn tlio clicupust.
Farmers, Call and See.
. B. OTTENS.
PERU, IV nam ASK A.
ft. J. Williams, Proorietor.
He linn multlloH, lrlcllen uiul lmltorh to 'ult,
A.1H) ttiiiltliuy iiroull rlBhi tiooiio w. -n
Uo luiH Kooil harness too, both hIukIo and
You cun Imvo what you wiuii without any
Ho luin roliiirn mid lmrnes ui.d wlilpw and
Of uooil liiirnohH oil ho him over ho much.
Indeed he keeps all Unit pertulnx to tilt, line,
In nil ot which uooilue.ss uud (luullly coin-
Ho woilcAKood material and does hM work
And you need havo no ear that thore'u any-
Por thin Ik a mutter wo would have under-
All Hint' inado In his Mhop m wnrrante
Kood. , .
t your home or mules are nubjee. to trf t.JJJ
Ho can keep off tho illeu with a uplpndld fly
And If tliry aru UIIUhIi and Inclined to do
Ho liun linen that will hold them and his
bridles are hi ronK.
If your linrneKH need mendlnn you ned not
Hut hrliiK them to him nnd hnve Ilium re
paired. . , ,
Ho'il make or he'll mond m you may desire.
And do 11 iw well UK where price are higher,
If you wauianylhluu miido or mended come
here, . , ., ,
About prices and styles you hav nothlim t
fear. . .
To do hln wor!' rluhl he takes spealul oure,
And wo, are (lUlleHiire his prices aro fair.
Now to farmers and horsemen wo havo this
tosa), . , .
Williams lves the full wptth of all that you
At Hotno other places you may do pralty
well, . .
Bht you'll Ilnd at this shop they are bound
to excel. CUSTOM kit.
, tr H, Ar t ir ftx lAi tJW tt
( CUUKS THOUSANDS YKAR1.T.
A POSITIVE cunt
' and eowroypTiOK.
Is the BestofTonlcajfe
.Restores the Anaetite;
iStmiib.il the System;
Restores the weak
trial of It will nc.V. .11
wciklni.Atk aurlrEi!il I
i.r r. CrooU'i WImI
.rrwi k. as tlir.l
K.r ttl. i .11 Diugji.Vi.
$ M. SMITH CO., Prp'r
l.it .usn I. Olltw It... I
1'iju TwimriMT TRt'sa CO. cure TluptaM
?. ill .... .1 nr fA..
1 kllaildpbU, ra., ami W rel.
nn.lTti WANTED !' ' " ""a
i wyaiii ' ""' '!
in rrom WMN uaya, ana nui pj,'
ltuDtura Ui.r .in not our.. Band c
to )K. V. W. 11. BURNHAM. ae
Hi nawmrr. N. V.. or 0 HUHl Ul
31. II. Jluttlilnon.
General Repairing of
UIVE US A CALL
Opposite Lumber Yard, Mai St.,
Special Aecommodations for
Horses boarded by tlio day or week,
and Farmers' tennis fed and cared fo
at fair rales.
It pays tojiavo good tools and seed.
csnncMrnc I Jt pay r to lmyoi u reiinnio noun".
..lln5.... I " wfll j'uy you townd for our
NURSERYMEN I llfuntr&tod Catalogue. .
Philadelphia Tjivrn Mowor.
uanoon urooucaRi mcpci ho wot,
. . r . ... ...
WE ARK TIIK
MatUiewa Heed Drills, and
other Ort-caa kooIh. I
Eterulhinq for tho Mull, Oar-1
den. Oreenhoune or Nursery. I
Wo WAKUANT everything an rciiroijriitctl.
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.
SEEDS AND IMPLEMENTS,
Fully iUilBlrnted Cataloguo ecnt froa.
CHICAGO, ILL. whoici. .an,t.u. ROCHESTER, N.Y.
Two Rtrny homes, lukon up i n tlio farm
of John Bodinitnn, on tlio 19th of Keh. IHS.
DlHcrlptlon, ono buy niuro, with whltu spot,
on loreheail. Ono black tnitro colt. Tho own
or will pleiiao tnlte notlco nnd couio uiul pay
for kt't'pliiK.or they will bo ho11, nccoiillin;
to Inw. John Sodmann,
Elk Creole, Johnson Co., Nob.
AniErC",," " troublH wllk I.tcwrkM
hHUIUO (tlu.r AlbDIorWljliro h.u.u j.ud fw
t i uif i) jir iu( aricni'llDC m .l ntmni) , ina Mwmr IU if.
flltilloo. Th itinibet I" valuable to tij ltd; la tfi
otc health, btiDr a Ibnraurtilv rrarticaltrea'i.ntbi.!ut.
"otFm. HARRIS RtUEBt M.. IT IQDIS. MB.
For your Agricultural Implements, uo to J
DAVID A. MORTON
Fivrnt anil Sprint? Wugnns, Sulky PIowh
RtlrrliiK I'Iowh, Corn IMtintorn, Hurrowa
llouporii, MoworH, Cultivators, Corn ritiullera
uiul tho lions ToiiKiieloiH Cultlvntor.