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iJiSSItrown ille Chapter ?o. 4.:It. A. 31.
in each month. Lecture SleetltiCT every Monday
sjlrht- K. W. Fuexas, SL K. II. 1. Rurcfs T.
J. I. Colkapp, Editor.
THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1870.
a3-Extra copies of tbs Advebtiskr for sale by
A. D. Mahsu, at City uook Store, and by a A. rbl
ock, at the PostoiHce.
tfyKcmabn Valley Lodj No. 4i -A. Pj &
JBw .i ir -Hpsrnijir Communications first tind
third Saturday nlsdil la each month. Xodne of
Instruction ever' baturday night.
IV. M. Joiry Blakb. Secy.
nrownTiUe Lorlcc TS'o. 5, I. O. O. F
ltccular meetlncs Tuesday evening ol each
week. IT. C. Lett, y. Q. . STirvsxsoy. aecy.
BrowTivilln I.odjrs No. 20, I. O. G. F.
R& "Meets et try Friday evening. 1$.F.Soudick,
W.CT. ATox Blackhchx. w. O.
Ttcriall tinircn. services eacii
J. T. Bawd, Pastor.
rtSSJlcthoillBr E. Church. Services each
A babbnth at 10:30 a. jn., and 7:30 p. m. Sun
day School at 9 a. m. Prayer ileetlng Thursday
D. IT. SLvT. Pastor.
5Christ' CIi nrcli EpiscopnI. Corner
Atlantic and Si-cond streets, fcerviecs every
Knnday MornliiK at 10 o'clock p. to. Sunday
fichool at2 o'clock. Evening:ervlceat7,lf o'clock.
Holy Communion administered on the Slrst Sunday
if each month. Seata free. O. K. DAVIS. Itector.
XI. C. Jett has Bluo Grass and Osage Or
The weather the past few days' has been
"on a bender" again snow, rain and mud.
What is thp matter with our Gas Lamps?
They are greatly needed these dark, muddy
Dr. Jiio. Blake and family returned yes
terday from a visit East. They are "welcome
I -rt )pmMmH&'tQl?'imzw&t
Lost-Thursday quite -an Interesting game
of Billiards was played at theSenate between
Vallean, of this city, ohanrplon of Nebraska,
nd "Wm. Wells, of Hamburg. The game
-tras made np In the morning and played In
the evening, for $50; Yallenu winning by 93
points in IQ0). Valleau Saturday night
played a match game, with "Wells at Rock
port, Mo., giving the former 150 points in 1000,
and beating him 25 polntu. The game at
Rockport was the moat brilliant ever played
In this section, the runs on the first GOOpoints
averaging S3; "Valleau making six runs in
succession of over 50 each.
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Industrial Plow at J. 0. Deuser's.
City Election, Railroad election and
School Board eIocti6n all take place next
Bantiat Church. Corner Fourth and At
lantic streets. Services every Sabbath ex-
rent the third In each month, at 11 o'clock a. Jr.,
Sad 7f 'clock f. Sunday School at 10 a. m.
myer Meeting Wednesday evening. T. S. LOWS.
" " CITY OFFICAIiflt
,iv-pnty Council. Meets the FilstTlinrMay in
JSvB 'each month. K. E. KnionT,aiarir; J.
n vrVL-ol ton'. Clerk. Aldearman ILL-Math-jrJt
K ll Swan. F A. Twdel. L. D. Boblson, Wend
Si Grant. 1L C-Berser. larshal.
J. C. Lincoln, one of the substantial men
of Salem, Richardson county, was In our
town this week.
J. "W. Henderson's is the place to buy
Fancy Mllinory Goods, for he has a stock-un-surpasbed
in Southern .Nebraska. 51 Slain
oc"ortbcrn, Eastern and Southern, de
& arw t s a. m.: arrl voi at 3 p. m.
Itulo ifall arrives at 8 p. in.: departb at 7 a. m.
Peru M a'.l arrives at 10 m.: depart at 12 p. m.
Hsatnce JJail arrives Mondays. Wednesdaj-s and
TndaysatS p-ia.: depart Tuesdayu, Thursdays and
"Sulnrdars at t a, la.
fiiint Mall arrives Prldaj-s at 4 p. m.; departs
.m .l.vv nf n tn.
. Vr tts wn T m IrxTX- m
Iriftoml0tol0,-a.m- . A. I'QLOCK. !
The River rose three feet last Tuesday
night, ana was still rising yesterday noon.
It Is almost bank full and much ice and drift
St. JcsepU& Council BIufTs R.R.
6an FraneIro antl the East aad South.
Two trains daily each way. between St. Joseph
nQCVuiic!l Hluftj. cwmecJlHras fullout:
4tvt. Joseph with the Hannibal A St. Joseph
jtlllroad for Qnlncy. KanssJi City via Cameron, tst.
Ty,nU via Macon and the KiM.
At St. Joseph with the Jiissenri Valley Raiiroad
for Atchison. Learcrosrortfa. Kansas City, Ac
At Council Ulufft with Union Pacihc Itallroad
for Denver, Salt Iake and Calilornla.
At Council IHufls-with ChiaiRo.t orthA cstern
BiIlrod for Sioux City and "C Xiter."
Pallnmn's Palace Cars arc run through from
Ccinc.l Bluffs to St. Louis and Qulncy.
fttnlttfeel Sunday March 13, IS70, at 12o'cloel:,noon
Ko. 4 Kxpres.boundouth. leave Phelpi 7:42 p m
Train No. 3 daily cicept Monday.
Train No. i daily except Saturday.
All olhr trains diiiy except Sunday.
A. I HOPKINS, Gen'l Superintendent.
gs-Jacob BogerV Omnibus leave. Brow n vdle for
'the l)epot at S a. m. and 12 m.. dailj
John TV. Henderson is receiving new
goods in the 3Hllinery line every week. He
certainly has the most elegant lino of these
goods ever opened In Nebraska,
That Patent Wood Savr exhibited by
Alf. "W. Morgan in front of his Tailor Shop
last Friday, is a big thing. It attracted much
attention, and satisfied all who looked at it.
A Foot Crossing over Main Street oppo
site the Block would bo a good thing, and
surely the merchants interested would be
enterprising enough to put it in. Let's have
Th People are beginning to And out that
the "Cheap" dodge is generally , at thelr ex
pense; that as good a 'class of goods cannot
be sold by one man much, if any cheaper,
than by another; unless the one man has
been cast Just in time to get the advantage of
a decline in gold in purchasing. This was
the case with our friend F. K. (Johnson, of the
Arm of F. E. Johnson &.Co. lie has bought
lower than it is at all likely that Dry Goods
and Groceries will be bought for again this
season. They will open up a magnificent
stock of goods in a few days.
Slessrs. Grovcr &, Baker: I have had
one of your machines in use for fourteen
years, during which time I have worked con
stantly oil it, and it has never cost one
cent for repairs, for it has never been out of
repair. Mrs. Newcomb, of this place has had
a Grover fc Baker machlneover twelve years
and it has never been out of repair, and I
know of several ladles of like experience;
but I suppose there arc thousands who can
say as much as that for your machine.
E. A. PAGE, Keeno, X. II.
?!annilml & Saint Joseph Time
Talcinr eflect January Sth, 1S70.
Xo. 1 Iay Kxp. daily except Sunday 7:20 p m
o. I Panic Cxp. daily cept Monday 3:00 a m
o. C Xlifhl I.ip. daily except Monday 7:50 a m
"te. 7 Turjuh irt. datlj except Monday 5:l- a in
'o I Tlirj-Jgh firt. dally except Monday fttt a in
'o. II "Aavirt. dally e-ccept!undBv fcwpm
?. 15 Macon fit. daily except humlay
Vm. ShcIlcnTuerger has returned, satis
fied with himself and the balance of the
world, In the pleasant knowledge that he
will have an Immense stock of Ilardware
here in a few days.
J. C. Denser, the pioneer Ilnrdware and
Stove man has just returned from the East,
where he has been to purchase an Increased
stock of supplies. Falling to sell out, he is
going to enlarge his business.
Deuser has the Industrial Plow I
OSAGE ORANGE HEDGE PLANTS!
H. C. Lett, at the Elk Horn Drug Store has
the purest and largest lot of plants on hand
ever ofiered in this section. These plants
are sure to grow, as they are well rooted and
have been taken up and kept with care. "We
learn that he is giving responsible parties
time. Time lost in planting a Hedge is
money irretrlvably losd. You need but to
look at them to be convinced that they are
superior plants in the best condition. The
price is within the reach of all.
Bauer, at Middleton's old stand, has now
a full stock of narncss and Saddles, which
he is selling very low for cash. Ho Is making
up as fine harness as can be had anywhere.
His work will bear the test in any market.
.11:30 a :n
Xo. I BayExp.s'aMyc-tcept Sunday
J'o. 4 'n?htKxp. daily except Sunday
?To. 6 Par; k- i;xp..lally exec; t Sunday
J."o. t SL"i.ocis Kx. daily except Sunday
Hn 10 Wm frf. daily pxcont Sunday
Ji'o.It ThrMifch frt. daily except Minday
G:40 a n;
5:20 p m
2:00 p m
7.1)0 a m
Ir25 n in
Through frI dally except Saturday- 7:25 p m
'o. 4 will not -top t Sixton. Osborn. Kidder,
Comer. Moorsv.nt.UtSea. Wheeling or Meodil'c
Ko. ill not-p at Saxton. Easton. O-sborn.
"SrKkhindKe.Mworsvilie. Wlieelin-; or MendUIIc.
Union Pacific Railway Time
Cntll further notice tiala will leave and arrive
at OinahadaUy as lollousr
Sally Exp 11.15 a. m.) Daily Ex; 4:15 p.m.
Hotel J-xp -l.15n.ni. 1 IIotcI Exp 11:15 a.m.
11 lxed i!5 p. m. j MIxJ . 4,-ftl p. m.
Freight 7-03 a. m. I :i'n-!glil 1:3) p. m.
The Hotel Kxpre-is train leaves at 4.15 every
Ttunday.nnd arrive at UiISovuq Sunday.
llallv c nnectUius marie at Omt.ni;uUliClilcaifo
- Northwestern, CUlcao.T.ocic JMari anil Pacllic
and fct. Joep!i and Council BlulTs llullruiidd, and
Missouri lliver Hue of slecmtirx lor all itointi Kast
At Clieycnne with Snivrr faolfir 11. II. for all
points In ColoraCo-aiid Xew Mexico.
it Jirycn with taws forSn-eetwater Mines.
JU (if den uilh rtah Central P. It. fin- Mill ike
Cltv anJ other j.oints In Utah.
AtOgden withtVntnil Pacllic Railrond, forGir
trlne, Virginia C'ty, Helena, and all poict-slu Mon
lana. Alio, for VHCramenta. Shn FrHiiCcte, und all
jiolats !u Idaho. Nevado and Clirorni.t.
All freight de'lvered at the Omaha depot prior to
4.J3 p. m.. a 111 go west the same day.
No freight received forshipment after 3:00 .p. in.
Tickets for sal to all pousts west.at the Ticket
epce of the Colon Pacific llailroad, at whichIIIce
births on sleeping can. can be secured.
t. G. JIA.M MONS.tlen. Sairi.
T. Cotrov, a.T.JL. IL. Baow.vso.v, tl. C A.
Pacific Railway of Missouri.
Passengers leavlnir St. Joseph via. Missouri Val
Ur llailroad at 1 o'clock n. in., make clo-e and snre
ooaneclloas at Kansas City 11111 this popular road, :
arriving at St. IiOuLs next morning at C o'clock.
Tnl Js-uoxr .h. tixst-class road in every respea. Kew .
Iron has been lslft-new engines aad magnificent
ilttplng and jiassenger coaches have been added to
u equipments, i'tsengers can reiy on us iubkuik
iu advertised time. This 13 the best route from SU
Joeeph to St. Ixuls, the South and Southeast.
Through Tickets for sale at the ofllces of the MU
oarl Valley Itallroad.
II. C MOOKE. General SupL
Tkm. Sobwin, O. W. A. W. II. Hale. O. T.A.
Chicago & IVorfli IVcstcrn Rail
JRoad TiKse Table.
EiFress Malls dally except Sunday .3.00 a. m
rcinc Express dally. 4.W p. m
A. Ii. Rich, of the firm of Itich & Gllmore
lias returned from a trip after Groceries, and
we see the goods following him up pretty
cke. When they all come you will see a
rousing stock, sold at as low prices as possible.
For a Good Meal, well gotten up, well
served up, in a pleasant room, with every
thing clean, neat and tasty, of the best then
land affords, for the lowest possible price, go
to George Daugherty'sltcsturant, one door
west of Carson's Dank,
GENUINE JOHN DEE3E KOLINE ?L0W!
"IVe have just issued 1000 copios of the
Premium Lint of the coming Suite Fair to be
held in this city In September next, and will
have theother 4000 out shortly. It Is a job on
which we are willing to stake our reputation
as job printers.
J. II. Cross, brother to Mr. Cross, of, the
Star Hotel in this city, ha almost the full or
Worthing's large warehouse, on Main street,
of goods for his store at TecuiiKch, awaiting
transportation. He will have a "booming"
stock when openvd.
Vnlleu, at the Senate has received n large
supply of Cigars of all kinds, and is prepar
ed to supply all who may give him a call.
A good Cigar is what most men wish to buy,
and all who sell ought to sell. To get them
go to ValleAu's SenUtiS
Clins. Ilelincr, Root and Shoe maker, So.
15 Main street, keeps a full and No. 1 assort
ment of Boots &. Shoes, and Is prcpai ed to
make or mend In the best style for cash,
Day Itoartlcrs will find the best accommo
dations In the city, one door west of Carson's
GENUINE JOHN DEERE MOLINE PLOW!
A PISE- LU3IKF.Il YAKD.
ICllbourn, Jenkins &C'o., corner of Fourth
and Main streets, in this city, have constant
ly on hand a full stock of the best Pine Lum
ber of all kinds; also, also Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Shingles, lath, Mouldings, FrnkduH etc., etc.,
which they are selling at the lowest possible
figures for which the same can be got out of
the log and shipped to this point. They are
determined to continue as heretofore to sup
ply the bulk of lumbes, etc., used In this
Land District. Call and sec them !
Couxcix. CiiAincEH, March 17, 1870.
Present Mayor Ebright; Aldermen Mathews,
Koblason, Tisdel and Grant.
Committee on Streets and Alleys reported
on the account of Jasper O'Dell, for work on
Streets, $39, as correct, and order tojbe drawn
on Road. fund.
Account of yebrastxi -dcu'erffKrasperblll
on file, 122,50, allowed from General Fund.
Account .of Joseph Baker for keeping pris
oners, 83,20, allowed out of General Fund.
The fallowing petition -was received and
To the Hon. the City Council of the City of
As President of the Nemaha County Agri
cultural and Mechanical Association, J am
authorized and Instructed to ask of your hon
orable body; a donation of the sum of Five
Hundred Dollars, to aid in the fitting up the
Fair Ground for the use of the State Fair, to
be held at this place In September next. This
plan is customary on the part of all towns
or cities in the United States, at which 8tate
Fairs are held. It has been the practice in
this State heretofore. I am confident from
interviews with the people of this city that
such an act, on your part would meet with
K. W. FURNAS,
Prcst. N. C. Ag. & M. A.
March 10, 1870. f
On motion the petition was granted, and
the Clerk was directed to draw an older on
the General Fund for $500.
On motion Rainey, Lewis & Co. weregrant
ed permission to erect a grain Warehouse on
the Levee, under such restrictions as the
Council may see fit to impose.
The following Report was submitted:
"Your Committee appointed to let the
contract for filling on Atlantic street, beg
leave to report that they contracted with
David Campbell at thirty (30) cents per yard
the dirt to be taken out of the cut, oetween
Dr. Crane and McGee.
F. A. TISDEL. jr.l,,m
H. L. M ATHEWS J Com'
Tho roportnr jonas Hacker, Treasurer, was
received and referred to the Clerkas a special
committee, to report at next meeting.
On motion the action of the Council atthoir
meeting, April 19, 18G9, in regard to the ac
count of J. N. Shambaugh, for legal services
S50, was revoked and the Clerk directed to
draw nn order for that amount on General
The following Resolution was adopted;
JRcsolvcd,thal the Mayor be and is hereby
empowered to cast the vote of the City Coun
cil for seven directors on the Brownvllle,
Fort-Kearney & Pacific Railroad, who shall
be nominated by this Council, wroruYii that
the County Commlsslonersappointthelrown
Chairman, or one of their number to do the
On motion of II. L. Mathews the following
gentlemen were unanimously chosen as can
dldatesof the City Council for seven directors
as In picvlous resolution.
John L. Carson, R. Vr. Furnas, John Mc
Pherson, Ira Moore, J. L. McGee, II. C. Lett,
andF. A. Tisdel, Jr.
Account of E. E. Ebright, Mayor, 802,50, al
lowed out of General Fund.
The following accounts wcro allowed from
H. L. Mathews, 31 meetings. 831
Wentell Grant .'52 meetings 32
L. D. Robison 3.5 meetings 35
S. L. Swan 2(5 meetings 2G
F. A. Tisdel 33 meetings 33
J. C. McNAUGHTON, Clerk.
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F. A. TISBEL, JR., fc Cfl.
Can and -wjl sell you all kinds of Implements cheaper
than any other house in Nebraska,
We sell the
Eeaper and Mower !
" ? ifa-BrFWBTiK tffcTT tf iiHZ T f Vli
"-? Crfi.'W 'y-'is's
We sell the
Keaper and Mower,
Vandever Corn Plow,
miSr & BRADLEY'S
J. pfeiffers' - "B&vi livery Stable; -
- -- Corner Sixth anASt. Charles StrcU, ' Pealerin
Dealer iki LimerHair and . r sdti, Gvxiey4
. -' l -' 'I Vr.7. Znvr7. A.. JL r-. TT.r.-J
PIVSTER, "WHITE SAND, FIRE
iJc Ac., kc, j&e.
WOOIAVORTH & COLT,
And Dealers in
PAPER HANGINGS, AND
No. 12, 2d St., St. Joseph. Mo.
CASH PAID FOR RAGS!
Stock Boarded by the Day or Week.
I ' JCY STAUtES rtre sfocfccl with koo Horses aad
BRIC1C- I ?,UKK15-. i"erso whinff conveyance to aayper-..7-,
' dated. Tho r
Pern &. Brownville Coli
Leaves my Stables everv moraliiir t lOo'HnrV .'
-ac rassenirers or packats safely conveyedr Or-
uciiifii.vuu uio vuenuasiera win oeproaapliyat-'
HOWARD SANITART AID
For the IteUef and Cuie of the Errrng'and Tnliir-
Kafaya on the j
i luiuiA-.uiipnuuiuraui ,nririian rftnafiumnn
, J-f aya on the Errors of Yonth. and the Follies of
j js, ia reunion: io jtarriag) ana tiocfal KrUawiUi
Afiltnv. alii fWthi. Aflltittiwl Uah. 4a t -
t-....SH..j ..... v. ...i. wms.c. c-tih rrrr. ia Kfmeti
Envelopes. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION.
Box P. Philadelphia, Pa. -v ,
SWAN & BROTHER,
"We sell the
w " " o-'VfcT-.
ltauisters, Hand Kail and Newel Post kept
by J R. Bell it Son, at their Lumber Yard
confer of College and First-sts.
Tlie vertible Alf. Burnett held forth in
Mcriicrson's Hall on Tuesday night last.
Notwithstanding the inclement weather, the
Hall was well filled. If "laugh and grow fat"
still holds good, there will be a corpulent set
of peoploin this community.
Look out for the largest and cheapest
stock of Shelf Ilardware, Agricultural Tools,
Wagon and Buggy Timber and Fence Wire
cveropanedin this market, which will be
found at the old Pioneer Stand of J. C. Deu
ser, on Main street, in a few days.
The First Boat of the season at our
wharf was the II. C. Nutt. to be usedat Oma
ha by; the R. R. Transfer Company. She
reached here yesterday morning, and not be
ing able to make head against the strong
current around the polrit just above our city,
tied up for awhile.
?dfle Express. -daily 10:00 a. m
Express ilail, dally eiocit -Monday .JKtSjwjni
Missouri Valley Slatlroad.
T tek effect nt 1 o'clock r. M. on Sunday, Janu
ary lntli, 1S7U.
o. 1 Kxpress leaves at . . ..tZ a. m.
o. : Exiircss leaver nt .t 10 p. m.
. 1 yreljiit leaves at 4:00 a. m.
No. 2 Express arrives at 535 p. m.
J. 4 Jitpres arrives at 10:00 u. m.
2o. ( Freight arrlvesat . G45 p. m.
.N'o.aand-idally. 1,2,5,C,7 and 8, daily except
J. F. BATlNjVnp, GenSupt.
Chicago, RsirlinjrSois & J!nc3'
Columbus Haulc has nearly completed a
fine residence on North Avenue. It Is agrcat
addition to that portion of the city. The de
sign is good and shows well. North Avenue
will be one of the prettiest residence thor
oughfares in the city as soon as opened,
which we learn will be begun next week.
Haannfonl &. McFall have several boat
loads of furniture, which will be on in a few
days, and will fill their stock up to the
wholesale point. They Invite all who want
Furniture at wholesale or retail to give them
a call, knowing they can save money for all
who call. Moro liberal men to deal with live
Pick Pockets around. Hon. S. M. Rich
had his pocket book stolen last Thursday
afternoon, tho thief cutting through the coat
to the inside sldo pocket. It contained noth
ing but some private papers, of no value to
anyone but Mr. Rich, which he says the thief
would oblige him much by returning
through the po.stofllec.
Banisters, Hand Ilail nnd Newel Posts kept
by J. R. Bell & Son, at their Lumber Yard
corner of College and First-sis.
AVall Paper, New StoeU, bought since the
decline in gold, and will be sold cheaper
than ever at
McCitKmtY it Nickki.z
GENUINE JOHN DESE3 MOLINE PLOW !
To Our Patrons in. .Toll IVork.
"We would say, parenthetically, that we
have received a considerable addition to our
Job Ofilce In the way of New Typo, Inks,
Cards, Papers, etc, which warrant us In In
viting an increase of the liberal patronage
heretofore bestowed. We cammw turn out as
fine Job Work as can be had anywhere, and
believe, as low.
Dry Pine Lumber in all weather at J.
For Industrial Plows go to Denser.
CA17T02? CLIPPER PLO W.
CANTON CLIPPER PLO W.
CANTON CLIPPER PLO W.
CANTON CLIPPER PLOW.
CANTON CLIPPER PLO W.
CANTON CLIPPER PLO W.
CANTON CLIPPER PLO W.
CANTON CLIPPER PLOW.
A new lot of men's Boots it Shoes; also
women and children's work, all sizes; best
Chicago work, at living prices at George
Tlic Lenten Service nt the Episcopal
Church in this city will be held as follows:
March 2d, being Ash Wednesday, the first
day of Lent, full mornlngjservlcc, and sermon,
evening prayer at 1 p in., the 5 weeks follow
ing, evening piyyer nt4p. m., Wednesdays
and Fridays, "Holy Week," the last week of
Lent, Morning prayer at 10 a. in., evening
prayer at i p. in. Oh "Good Friday," full
morning service and sermon.
GEO. R. DAVIS,
studebakee and white water
AND BUGKHES OF ALL KINDS.
We sell the
We have on hand a large
To -which we are making co
we are selling at Prices as
In the Quality of our Goods
FLOltti OF THE MOST
and well assorted stock of
nstant additions, and wBick
low as any House weit of
; WE DEFY G0MPETTTI0H.
PRICE PAID FOR;' ;
SWA3N" .& BRO.
a&k J3 X
Eeaper and Mover ! !
H. MANNY REAPER.
cv j "8"
Yiioicsaie anu detail .Dealers in
We sell tlie
Kiimer Cultivator, Garden City Clipper Plow
PEKIN TWO AND THRSE-HOSSE PLOWS,
SMITH'S Cast Cast-Steel PLOWS, EXCELSIOR and GM6 PLOWS,
PKINCETON IROX-BEAM PLOWS,
ALL KINDS OF CORN PLOWS,
One and Two-Hole Hand Corn Shelters, and One,
Two and Four-Horse Power Shelters.
j -w , w, 4U4MVUUI
No. 74 Main Street, BrownviHe, Neb.
Fall A Wiater Clothing;
A. W. Morgan, Jr., of Brownvllle, 03 Main
Street, has just opened anew and complete
-took of Cloths, Csudmers, Vesting, and all
kinds of Piece Ootids, and is prepared to make
Gent's Clothing to order In the most fashion
able style. He also keeps a full line of Ready
Mndo Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gent's Fur
nishing Goods. 47-3m
For a good Saddle, go
IF TOI HIT UTMK, COBE HID S
FOR IT !
WE KEEP NOTHING BUT FIKST CLASS GOODS. AND GUARAN
TEE ALL, OUR GOODS TO BE AS RECOMMENDED.
A full Supply of Extras always on Hand ! ;
II. C. Lett has received his spring stock of
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
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Suuday excepted. trtatunluy excejitcd.
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Chicago, ;ii'!n?o:i & Omaiaxi
i pmha and Chlcaco Kriin-ss. Dally AM n. m.
U1, dally, (excpr.i Sunday) :00 p. m.
: aihaand Chicae" Kxpress, daily ;; a. nu
"u. Qiuiy, icxcept tounuuyj 1233 n. m.
fpinc Cars accompany Omaha and CUlcio Kx-
i Tlpl-t r.fl ! V-irnnm rti-i(r "Vlntli Ktmnt
'ET DKl'KI II. V. lllCHCOCIC,
Ticuct ARent. uen. . fuss. Act.
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80 a m (ZSO a m
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" ALL ABOARD I "
pie Brownville Transfer line,
c4er the manageuent or
I now Rcnning Beirular Omaibnues irom
rowtiville to tlie Railroad Termixras
?l Uae Council Blos aJ St. JosepU Railroad,
At Nofh Sta-p. Mn..
Hwn . ' . . '
EHOu. rr'-Tk.A0 i"lnA 4P . j
Cliarges Moderate. SO-tf
Sim. Bell, or the linn or J. K. Hell i Son,
dealers in Pine Lamher or this city, starts
for an inland visit next Friday, for Falls
City, Pawnee City, Ueatrice, Tecumseh and
other points. He will call on the many
triendsof the Yatdin these points, and the
enterprising public generally. He is a busi
ness man all over, and one fair to deal with.
GENUINE JOHN D3ESE UOXJNB PLOW!
"Wc nre plenaed to notice that J. S. Het
zel prince clothier of Southern Xebraska,
has employed Cal. McCord to assist him in
clothing the people of this section. Mr. Mc
Cord is as plcisant to deal with as Dave
Scigle, for whom he sold goods both in this
and Nebraska City. This will, to all who
know him, be another inducement to trade
at this one price house.
Si 200 Dollars ami Expenses! See ad
vertisement of American ShuttlcSewlng Ma,
chine In our advertising columns,
ting done to order at Morgan's Tailor Shop.
The Premium Corn Planter
Xow Ready for Inspection or sale !
The Union Corn Planter, as improved for
1S70, has few equals and no superiors. First,
it Is made of the very best material, carefully
selected for the purpose; second, the drop
ping arrangement Is perfect, and is so ar
ranged that every hill can be seen by the
driver or dropper; third, the depth at which
it Is desired to plant can bo erranged to a
certainty; fourth, by the new sod attach
ment, the toughest sod can be planted with
ease; tilth, with a marker tho work can be
done more regular and quicker than by any
other planter. Shcllenborger Bro'e Agents.
CIGARS at wholesale or retail at A. F.
Cohn's Cigar Factory, Gl Main street.
a Dll. HOLLADAY
Respectfully informs his old friends nnd
the public, that he is prepared to nttend-r.ll
calls in the line of his profession. Olllce at
1. II. Lewis & Co.'s Drug Store, Main street,
nrownvllie, Neb. 51-tf
I have now in my yard near 1,000,000
feet of the choicest DRY PINE LUMBER, of
every style and description size and thick
ness. Also Doors. Sash. Blinds. Mouldings
etc. X)ry Pine Shingles, Lath and Pickets.
Tn 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 or the Missouri river.
I Invite ail who need anything in niv line to
give me a call, knowing that I can outfit them
with good material, at the fairest rates.
J. It. BELL.
Cor. Water & First Streets,
NTTJ Lumber deliverer within the city
a J5limlts, FREE OF CHARGE.
Itnnlstcrs, Hand Kail and Newel Posts kept
by J. R. Bell it Son, at their Lumber Yard
corner of College and Flrst-sts.
RICH & GILMOEE,
.Successors to W. H. SMALL,
DEALERS AND JOBBERS IN
OH00E1IIS t FMFJSI0NS
J"- 13- HETZEL'
One Price Clothing House I
Ko. TO MainSti-eet.
owoo inn of clothihg i
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, AND":
GESJT'S FVB3SIBUINGS. :'
Genuine John Deere Moline Plow I
T. "W. Bliss, Regular Licensed Auctioneer.
Sales attended to in the country on reason
able terms. Orders left at tlie vtritrrjw
olllce will receive proper attention. -iS-6m
For a No. 1 set of Harness, go to Soudcr's.
o2 Main st. 7-tf
Ceo. Henderson Is now agent for tho cel
ebrated Grover it llaker Sewing Machines,
and has a splendid assortment on hand at
John W. Ilendarson's Fancy Bazar on Main
street. George has learned to run the Ma
chine thorough-, and can instruct all who
may purchase. Give him a call!
Such as Coffoos, Sugars, Teas, Molnssos. Syrapa, Flour, Bacon, Fish, Drl
Boof, Salt, Coal Oil, Tohacco, Cigars, Choese. Dried and Green Fruits, Con-
ioctionaries ol nil xllnas, W.ooaen Ware, rice.
In connection M'ith the above they keep constantly oil hand a large supply of feed,
CORX, OATS, BRAS, SHORTS, &c.
All Goods Sold at Prices that Defy Competition.
Highest Market Price paid forall kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Reduced Prices to suit the Times-, Small Prolltsand Fair Dealing, is their invariable rule
Goods will be sold to Country Merchants In either large or mall bills and at extremely low-rates.
MoPhsn d& Tuttle,
d i conns ii
liucky ! Last Thursday a farmer living
near Nemuha City, went iuto Marsh's Dollar
Store and invested one dollar for live draws.
The nn,t ticket he drew called for a bill,
the next a ?JU watch, the next a $12 gold
chain, the next a S3 silver plated sugar bowl,
and the last for a S Ladies' workbox. He
trok each of these articles for SI each. His
investment was SO, his return for the same
was tt, leaving him $51 net protlt. It pays
to draw at Mersh's.
tie mm HOUSE.
C. 31, KAUFFMAX,
40 3laiu-st-, Brownvllle.
!h5lSS'1Jrulc?rm?leed and refurnished
FUr IrJi.f "T3" ana iravuiinK puouc. It n cen-
ft3'J:0 from thogli?rmn Hoim. r!r
"IVe learn from D.H. McLaughlin of the
death of Richard Brown, the founder of this
city. The first word was from Mr. Brown's
partner, on the 13th, that he lay very sick at
Baxter s Springs, Kansas, and since that Mr.
McLaughlinhas learned that he died between
that and tho 30th. Mr. Brown's family are
at Kansas City. Tills news will causo a sad
feeling In the-bosom of his many friends;
few of our old pioneers If new him but with
respect, and will learn of his death with regret.
Notice to Subscribers. Attention is
called to Doolcy's Baking Powder, the purest
article of the kind ever manufactured. A
great saving of money can be made In pur
chasing Doolcy's Baking Powder, as one
pound will last longer .than two pounds of
those of ordinary manufacture. It cannot
be equalled for making light sweet rolls, bis
cults, waffles, corn bread, Ac, Ar, and Is al
ways ready, reliable, and not effected by the
action of the weather. For sale by Grocers
every whercs 24.2;
Patronize Home Indnstry. All kinds
of Marble work can be had at Neidliardfs
Marble Works in this cily, cheaper than it
can be had elsewhere. None but tlie best ma
Corn, "Wheat nnd Oats.
Rainey & Lewis have removed their office
to Robt. Tcare & Co.'s Store, where they will
pay the highest cash price tor Grain and oth
aid, read Dr. AVhittier's
StisH and Blinds. Full
stock at J. R.
Best Doors In the West at J. R. Bell's.
R. V. Mntr agent for Lamb's Knitting
machines, BrownviHe, Ncbaaska. 11-tf
H. C. Iiett has constantly on hand a pure
assortment of 7i:irc Drugs nnd Medicines.
Genuine John Deere Moline Plow!
Genuine John Deere Moline PIowI
Clocks, splendid assortment.
WATCHES, full stock.
JEWELRY, In abundance at
Dunn & Hays' who also do all kinds or re
pairing of Cloeks, Watches or;Jcwelry. No.
SJ, Main street. ll-3m
MO. 66 MAIN ST3BEET,
WIS KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE BIST QUALITY OF
RICE, AND ALL KINDS
These goods vere selected by himself in
New York, for this market, and are un
doubtedly the most reliable eroods of the.
kind ever offered in this or any other mar
ket. Mr. Hetzeis experience in this busi
nessover Id years enables Mm to select
his goods with more judgement, for good
material and make, than the great majori
ity of dealers in Clothing.
These goods have all been Durchnsnd fm-
Cash, at a very low margin, and enables
him to sell them Toy Zowfor Cash.
Few persons once dealing with Ejstzbl,.
but will always deal there, because his deal
ings are fair and above board. He has but'
His stock comprises all tlie
Fine and Fashionable Clotliin
every respect to the
VERY BEST CUSTOM-MADE WORK.
Go to Deuser for Industrial Plows !
Hannnford &, McFnll are in receipt of a
portion of their spiing stock, such as Bed
steads. Matrasses, etc, only fourteen wagon
loads! It Ik but a small portion of their
Jnst Received a line assortment of Sad
dles at Bauer's.
By Evan Worthing, dealer in Grain and
Commission and Forwarding Merchant. No.
12, Main street, BrownviHe. lS-3m
Banisters, Hand Rail and Newel Posts nt
J. R. Bell A Son's Lumber Yard ; where any
thing in the building line can lie had, nt the
most reasonable rates. They are gathering
the Lumber Tradcof Southern Nebraska un
der their wing, nnd for the simple reason that
it pays people better to buy there than any
Farmers often come to town to trade and
when noon comes will go into a grocery and
make a dinner off of crackers and cheese,
cost'ngthem as much as they would get a
good warm meal for, at George Daugherty's
Resturaut, one door west or the Bank.
Examine the Industrial Plow !
Choice Fresn Butter at Hank &. Arml-tages.
Genuine John Deere Moline PIowl
Timothy, Clover, Orchard and Kentucky
Blue Grass Seed, fresh, nt McCrcery & JNlck
H' Drug Store. 19-:Jni
Corn, shelled 5vaJ Cranberries, Tl tit.
Corn, in the ear 30&3l Honfv. H
Spring Wheat 45gf Kkks. 10,3x2
3S Chickens, dressed B8
PSn.&Four-3iS ficese. ' Ho "Jo
Apples, greenJl.50S2.rjo Hogs-Kross-.T.rJr-7Jo
Potatoes .aysj net 8.73
Lard ,. .w Dressed?..- td
Bacon-Hams. 18, HIdes,Green.L4&5
.. -?!l"--ls " . Dry FUnui0fai4
... , -Shoulders is Mlnk.,,.,.,. 1 1,0031.50
."Jr-2?25 Beaver hfio&uss
" Tuh WRhl.snS. coon. ... . -3v7j
J t -."'11 jf-I frit
Wholesale aad Retail Dealers in
OIL CLOTHS AND MATTINGS
No. 76 Main Street, McPherson Biock, Bnmnvill Nebraska.
'arh.l lrtT IV
Hare the Largest Stock, and Make the Lowest Prices. ' t