i i1 t wi ih'i m mma
OFFICIAL JPAPER OF THE CITY.
EaRrwHllle Caaptcr '. 4. JR.. A. M.'
in aeh month.' Lecture Meetings every Monday
SshU S W- FOBS-A8, M. E. II. P. Rcrusi.
"NcMin.:H iiri r--,-??, si -auT ;
-' -r l x.- jf T? M-
Ihlrd Satrinlay nights In each mouth. Lodge of
Instruction every Saturday night. K. W. Y ubkas,
nnnrnt III. T.mlirf N'n. 2. I. O. II. !"
Jtegular meetiiiRs Tuesday eventnjr ol each
week. ILC.LKTT.JS.U. j.arisyiaMis, .-nj.
KpIrdiTttTinn Church. Services each
f&v .sultalh at Hfc a. nu. and :" P. in. Prayer
titlni? Wednesday eveniiur. bnuuain iscnooi
t lo'cluck p.m. J. T.IUiitD. Pastor.
3Mctkfiat K. Church. Service each
B? Sabb.ithtlft30a. in., and ;) i. in. Sun
day School at - Pro it Meeting Thursday
l-i.,.. ir it nr. Colt. Pastor.
ClUIf ,. .. . .
ClirlKtV Church EpNcojial. Corner
a Untitle and second streets, services every
Sunday Morning at 10', o'clock p. m. Sunday
Pcaool at 2J, o'clock. E-enInberviceatJaOClock.
Holy Communion administered oil the lirxt Sunday
uf each month. Scats free. G. It. DAVIS'. Itcctor.
aSHaptlut Clm rrli. Comer fourth and At
lantlc streets. Services eery Sabbath ex
cept the third In each month, at 11 o'clock a.m.,
aniS 7 o'clock T. v. Sunday School at 10 a. in.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening. T.S.LOWE,
Y Christian Church, London. Divine scf-
viceevervSabbKth at it a. ia., and In the
erenloc Itev. J. C Uos, Pastor.
!t. Mnry's -Episcopal Peru. Service
itv Sundav morninir and cveninc. Sun
day School at 3 o'clock p. m. Itev. It. C Taijkitt,
-Cambcrlnml I're-diyHTiati. ML Pleas-
la th Mt. Zion Ilapll-t C'lnirch. two miles west of
nrownvllle. each fourth SHbbutb, morning and
ertnlur. IIky. A.ItirrKTon,PaMor.
?i. E. Chnreb. London. Services every
I? other Sabbath. J lev. J. V.r. Ma u rtjr. Pastor.
CS3I.E.C'hurcli, Pern. Services every Stb
' bath. Itev.MAitriN PniTCitm. Pitor.
BSM. E. Cliurrh. Xcmnlia fit J. Services
every other Sabhith. K. 1H.:ik, P.T.tor.
City ConHcII. Meets the Piral Thursday in
m1i month. Mnror. C Y. Stewart. Al-
ml.tnl sr 1"" T ii4a T? T.' TvTtnaitt
C 'ldhardt, 1). Planters. Marshal. I) Capmbell.
Clerk. J. B Dker. Attorney, S. French. Treas
urer. J. W. Mlddlelon. Engiueer. T. W. Bedford.
MtgXnrthprii. Jvatcru-uud Southern, do
wy tiarts at a iusxu: arrive at 3 p. m.
llulo Mail arrives ut S p. ntv departo ut 7 a. m.
rem Mall arrive at 10 m.: departs at 12 p. m.
Patrice Mail arrive ats p.jii4 departs ut 7 a. m.
drant Mall arrives Yridayj at 4 p. m.; departs
"rhundys at Ha.ro.
Poit Ofl"c Moura from 7 a. m., to Ji p. m. un
flartfrom 10 to 10?! ft. in. W. A. PO LOCK. P. M.
If. Jttfieph & Council Kluffs ft.R.
fjam Fraaelnco nnd tUc Esit and SontU.
Two train' daily eacli liiay, between St. Joseph
and Council ItlufTo. rtiunectlnt; iw follows :
AtSt.Jovpli with the llnnnlhal & St. Joeph
Illlnd for Qtilncy. Kmi 'a City via Cameron, St.
InI Tia Macon and the East.
ASt. JiMcph withttip Missouri Valley Itailroad
for AtcliiM)ii. Iaveiiworth Kansnt City, Ac
At Council JllulPi with Vmon Pacific Itailroad
for Denver. Salt Like and Caliibnila.
At Council Hlun- ith C1ip-soA orth W eatcrn
RsJlroad for Sioux City and " Vi J.'itvr."
PnllmanN Palace Him are run through from
Council Bluffi to St. LouM nid Quincy.
TIME. TABLE, Tfo. 10.
lb take rfecl Suml'ig Jinc. 1S70, at teo'c!ock,r.w.
Ko. 1 Expra-J.bciuud Xorth, leave l'lielpn la)0 p ni
Ko. 3 Expre t..und Nortli.leavc I'l.elp .r.a m
'o. I Exprr., bound . .Hj.. h avc Piie'iM 11.12 P m
Ha. Expres" bound S.utb. ! tv e P..e!ps 33 p m
Trian Xu. r. dnily ixiijt iT-ij-.
Trln Ni. 4 dnily except S.n inlay. ,-
All other trtnw rtu'ly except Sun Jay.
A. I. IXOPKINb, Gen'l Superintendent.
y Jacob RajerV Onnillnis '.paves Brownville for
lfa IX pot at a a. m.uid 12 m.. daily.
HMmihal &. Sal at JosopltTlmc
Taklns ettect January 9th, 1870.
No. 1 IayEir.dalIvcrcopt Sunday , 731 pm
No. i PaclflcTnxp.dJIv except Monday.- ?--)ato
No. t Nlht Exp. daily except Monday 7 u m
No. 7 ThromiiUrt. d.dly except Monday &a m
r-Vi ti m
y. HMaooxi frt. dull escc;tfcujlay
v rv-w-T- 1i.(1-rfx"f i-KinilaV
..-CSQ a m
X. 4 Xlcht Exn. ;ai!T exce .4 undav
i. "" l . "... .. .. .1!.. -..... ,t Wn.nlnv 14. nm
N. t St. LouN Kx. d:!ii-ex.-ept Siinlay 2.110 p in J
No.W Way frt. daily tixcpt .-ja.ic.sy i. u
7io. ThrotiKti frt.'d.dlyy:xcept Sunday 1:23 p bj
No.14 Tfcmgh frt. fiaily except S.iturday- 5 p ni
Xb. A wUt not stop tX Saxttm. O-sborn. Kidder.
Ootner.ioornvllle.t5tlca.Wttee:njr or Mendvllle.
No. C will not atop at Saxton, Easton. Ofhorn,
BrecktiirIdgc,MiJor.viUeWlie-lin or Meadviile.
' T. 11. HUltXETT. Gen. Agent.
I'mIoh 1'aciHc Hallway Time j
Until furtlier noOeo xralnsUl ltavo oud arrive
xiOmahadaily as foilowic
.11:15 a. m.
. 4M l. m.
. 1:30 p. in.
, 4:15 p. ni.
, .rct5 p. ni.
"J lot el Exp
Tlie Hotel Eres trfthi hjavea at 4:1S every I
inurMiay, afri nmini'iwtvij .. .
lExcrpt Sundajis. . , , ,
l)lly connections made at Omaha with Chicaso
A Norths estern.Chic.KO.Jtock Wand and Pacific
ana M. Joseph and Council BlufTs Kail roarti, and
MIouriIUverIlneorstecmer for all points LaM
and South. , , , ,,.
At Cheyenne witli Denver Pacific K. K. for all
polnti in Coloradojind New Mexico.
At Bryan with staso fi.r Sw-eetiratcr Mines.
At Os-n vltu.Ctli Central it. K. for. Salt Lake
ar awl other pohua in Utah. ,..
AtOgden wlihOMitral I'Jc KaHrcd, for 03T-rtee,-lixlnlaCitytIlelena,-and
all potato to Mn
mi. Also, lor S.icr.imyirta. San Prancpjco. and all
point In Idahof-NevadoawlCaUfornla. .
All freight delivered at the Omaha depot prior to
V p. m.. will 'go wot the same day.
No freight received for shlinnentaCcr 5-00 p. m.
talk, on sleepingcar g-Jg-,,. Sa
T. Coltojt. G. T. A. JLliiiow.ssiiX.U.l'.A.
Pacific Railway of Missouri.
PaxsencersleavInsSt. Joseph rio. Missouri Val-
Iron hactrn laid; new eiulnei ano "E""" ni
leeplnlrsttd passenser coaclies YS'KSTin
tu euuipweat-s. Passenger n g 2'tSm s?
Its a4vertlsM time. Thfs is the ,,,?-;lruie).om SU
Joseph to Si. Lools, the South and oJ,. ,rls.
Tk'nniRh TlcSeta forralf at the ofllces of the MH-
ikO 1J" - - a a, .
- '""iLtCMOOBE. General Supt.
CktcaKo & iVortii TTcStcra an
Road Time Tabic.
Express Malls dally except Sunday
SX a. m
l-ftcinc ixprea uw'-
Pacine Express, daily -.. --
Express Mail, dally except Monday-
.lftt a. m
.13:45 a. m
MIsonVlTalley RaWrpa-li '
To take elTecfnt noon on Sunday, May h, 1S70.
No. 1 Express leaves at-
jyja p. m.
o. 3 Jixpress icaesai
'. ipTrelght leaves at
i 4 nEXVBxiya.
3o. SXxprcss arrives at.,
ifo. 4 "Express arrives at
. 2:45 p. tn;
.-JO a. m."
2o. FrciKht arrives at ; .-..--l-
Nos. 3 and 4 daily. 1, 'A . 6.7 and 8, daily
30 p. in.
J. F. BABNAKD. Gen. Sunt.
Chicago, Burlington & -quincy
. 7:t5 a m
,HKi0 a ni
Srf0 p m
4SX1 p in
Sa) p in
!o p in
.S:3." a ni
7:15 a in
Altpmoon 1' v,-s-.i!;er ''ip
Anrora Pae. r "-.."Up ia
ilinxlalc Accommodation fi.lp m
Vll.t l'vrns. . Mlrnni
JfrfO a ni
"Sunday excep'ed. ttaturd.iy excepted
Monday except eit.
Chicago, Rurliuglou &. Omaha
Omaba-awlCJilcapo Express, Dally 4.-00 p. ra.
Mall, Sailjvfexeept'Sunday) 40 n, xa.
Omahnand Clilcso Exr.rtx?, dally. J45 a.xa.
Mail, daily, (except su'd-sv. - 12-3 a. m.
Pullmnn'8 JI"tl nimmr f.r arc" Braving Boom
lecplns "s accompany Omaha nnd Chicago Ex-
Ticket Office 122 Farnaxn, corncz, NlathstreetJ
JlABKV DF.rKl U. W. -WBIICOCK,
Gen. W. Passl Act. I
i ickpi Ageni.
Pittsburg, FtWarne & Chica
ano a m
Vrt.4,ra-.svc: nmiiditlun-. 40 p m
4C 3Ialn-st., Broivnvllle.
This House has been remodeled and refurnished
throuehont, and affords thebot accommodations in
the city to tho local and-travcling public It is ccn
wally located, btajjes for thp "West, and Omnibases
for ail jralns, go from. the Shermaa House. Fair
rt class, cliarges moderate. 15-tf
POLLAHS. AU kinds and styles,
yj at lTvrrm.TsK.
TOOTS AND SHOES. Best in the
- Market, at JIETZEL'S.
J. L Colkapp, Editor.
THURSDAY, JULY'H, 1870.
aEitra copies or tUo Abvkrtiskb Tor sale by
C A. Polock, t the Postofilce.
C M. KaufTraan has had a good awning
constructed In front of the Sherman House.
....Every day thla -week, from ten to n
dozen emigrant teams bavo crossed at thla
point .Conrad Shrlner, of the west end
Brewery, lias built an addition to that Insti
tution Fred. August got lila ntrcet
sprinkler in operation last Saturday. He Is
ludcratiguable In his efforts to lay tho dust.
1 There have been several runaways du
ring the past week, yet no damago done,
save to Air. Bartholomew, whoso team ran
off while be tras taking a load of children
out riding. He was considerably bruised up.
...A runaway team went up street Satur
day and turned the corner of Fourth and
Main so bliort and with buch velocity as to
uproot a tree.... .The Ferrymen at this place
are not only running tho boat up to tho re
quirements of all travel that comcM, but arc
taking steps to have tho boat more exten
sively known than heretofore. They aro tho
most accommodating und euterprbdng men
that ever had hold or a ferry at this point.
. .The brick work on Lewis Hill's resi
dence Is farlly under way A. P. Cogs
Well's Livery Btable Is in fulLblasU.-J. C.
.Deuser's brick stablo Is enclosed....!lloore
& Bradford have bought out tho News busi
ness of C. A. rollock, and will hereafter con
tinue the business in as liberal and accom
modating a manner as their predecessor.......
Tho original "Shoo Fly" bulscult has Just
been made at face's Bakery.. "Vm. Den
has gone to St. Louis for Hew goods, with the
Idea, perhaps, of stepping around to New
York if SU Louis can't ill! his bill Tho
race from here to Tecumsch, for 3100 a side,
arranged to take place last Tucndny morning,
between a pony owned by J.S. IIclzcl and a
team, -or alnglo horso, (here Is where they
split) owned by Jake ltogers, fell through be
cause of a mIs-underslandlng.......IIomcr
Johnson, of Ihe Arm of F. E. Johnson fc Co.,
Is laid up with erysipelas. He has tho sym
pathy of many warm frlends.....j. s. Het
zel Is almost ready to throw away his one re
The ladles of the Episcopal Church in thla
city have greatly Improved tho Interior of
the edifice, by carpeting the church, putting
down new matting In tho isles, and provid
ing kneeling benches for each pew. We con
gratulate them in their success.
Go to Lewis & Allen's One Dollar Storo for
Books. They will furnish any Book pub
lished ten per cent. less than publishers
On our 2nd page vlll bo found tho report
of tluTStcaincr Berttfa, on the Upper Missou
ri, which, considering, tho river, etc., Is as
good almost as the big nice between tho Lee
and Natchez. Our townsman James Era
uions, was IkiMi pilot and first mntr, and our
old boyhood chum, Thos. Oothau, engineer,
both of whom wo long to sec. To James we
arc Indebted for a nico pair of buck horns
and a dried buffalo's tongue, which shiill
keep him long In our kindly remembrance.
They were at Sioux City on the 10th. We
learu that the editor of tho Democrat was nl
io suitably remembered by our towmmnn;
of which no doubt that Journal will make
C. A. Polock, at the pontoffice, has a
splendid supply of Blank Books, Memoran
dums, etc. '
Twnli Seed at McCreory Nlckell's.
Shoo Fly" and other SmoklngTobacco,
nnd Pipes "till you can'tTcst," t tho post
office. ' -
On prices of Dry Goods and Clothing at
George Marlon's; also, on hand anil Just re
cclvea, Fresh Gr c:rlcs.
300 Boxes Glass, at JL C. Lett's.
More & Bradford, Booksellers and
Stationer, next door to tho Post Qfilce,
hayajut,recclyed a new and complete stock
of Books, Maps, Charts, Globes and Station
ary. They are also prepared to furnish School
Furniture of every description, nnd defy
competition for yrice and quality. School
officers, teachers and all Interested are re
quested to call and examine our stock. No
trouble to show goods. 3S-tf
AT COST I
300 Kegs Lead at H. C. Lett's.
Vast Quantities of Ivory- DeBtroyciT.
Thousands of teeth that might last a life
time are lost every year, simply because the
parties concerned either forget or do not np
preciatotho fact tbatSozodont, dnly applied,
renders tho dental substance proof against
Accidents will occur even In tho best reg
ulated families, and "Spalding's Glue" should
bo kept handy. .- -
- ' NO MAN -
Ever run a Ilotel or Itcsturant In this city
with a more uniform good name and patron
age thnu Geo. Daugherty; and tho reas-on
Is patent to all-whohavceverputuppraken,
a meal with him. lie takes no "flts'nnd
starts," docren't get a good meal ono day. to
'toloup" boarders, and then sink back to
half ;fare; but his is a btit-.dy, even gate.
What his table Is ono day- lt is tho next,
that Is tho best the market affords; always
dished up by his better half and Mrs. Sun
ders, In a style to tempt the grcatcsUepIcure.
AT COST I
Alarge stock of Wall paper, atTUJ C. Lett's.
Chti. ilelmcr 1b still receiving a lively
patronage from thoso'who desirogool Boots
or Shoes nt reasonable rates. He Is now-ot-No.
51, and has a choice stock of Itcady and
Custom roado work.
If yon want puro Drugs and Medlclrtcs, J
go to H. a Lett's.
TFOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS. nflST
lalnts. OH. t;U.w, Window Shades, w VfJ I
lalnts, OH, GU.sk, Window Shades,
jiiki u an i-aiHr. ai
McCHEEKY A NICKELL'S
The nest JLicUlnc Oil in town, nt II. C.
WM. .T. AUSTIN', IVEAL ESTATB
Thoroughly acqualiitctl'wIth'S.uthcrn Ne
braska; buys andfcells Improved or Unim
proved Land, Town lots, &c, on commission
or otherwise. Personal attention given to all
matters entrusted to him. Correspondence
solicited. Office: F.E. Johnson tCo.'s store,
McPbcreon Block, Brownville, Neb. 36tf
CHAMPION REAPER. AND MOAVER,
The brt machine extant.
MEADOW KING JIOWER. t .
Wesv Kctund, Vt., Sept. 29, I8C3.
Messrs. Gkegg, Plyek & Co:
I bean my haying on the 5th of July,
using the Meadow Kins Mower. It has done
the work formerly "done by two machinesfit
alHMt one-hair the expense of labor, and to
my entire satisfaction. I cut 2U0 acres of
grass in 35 consecutive days. I have ordered
of vour General Agent, Mr. Seolt. another
machine for an adjoining farm of 300 acres.
In my opinion, your machine is the best in
Yours Truly r
WM. F. BARNES.
be scan at Shcllcnberger
How many Jious wives aro there who have.
experienced1 tho difficulty of obtaining good'
vi n cgar. Read tho advertisement Af W-,HJ
Bishop In this paper.
Universal Clothes Wringers. The
Igreaiesb inwa natiui; ihliuiuuuu "-"7
vented, ak Shclleiibcrger Bra. 1 ' ' ' J f '
"Woomltted last week to;mcnlIon tlioeoun
ter challenge made.by John Shoaf.of Omaha,
to AV. IL Vallcnu, of tills phico, "huntf answer
to the challenge of the latter, which we pub
lished two weeks pIdcc. Shoars proposition
Is substantially as follows : Ho offers to play
Valleau pno 3-ball French, game for 8500 a
side, (which hoknew Valleau could not play,)
ono 4-balI, push-barred game, for $500 a side,
(another which Vallcaadoes not play,) and
the best tjfo In three, 4-ball, jpseb. aKowcd,
for 81000 fc side. Anvnnn who 'fau'rVxul thn
challenged given by Valleau will see at a
Clanee what this proposition of Shoars Is In
tended for. It, is simply bragndocia. He
might as well challenge Valleau to a foot
race In answer to Valleau'sproposltloii, as to
propose games with which Valleau is unac
quainted. As the game stands, Valleau oneand Shoaf
one, ShoaCslast Is a square admission that ho
has had enough of Valleau in tho games
recently played ; ami the'modeof getting out
or the difficulty when wc consider that
Shoaf while here agreed If the two first games
did not settle tho matter, ho would ploy the
third In Nebraska City is, to say tho least,
small, and too apparent to mislead anyone.
Valleau gained the championship upon the
gamo ho plays; upon that game he has a
challeuge out to lr. Shoaf, which Is open for
acceptance at any tlmo, and any pluco, out
side of Mr. Shoars Billiard Hall In Omaha.
Valleau holds the chumpionshlp, aud no
amount of "sharp practice" can wrest It from
TUe policies of the Washington nrellberal
as to travel.
SENS1BLK YOUNG MAN.
It was a calm still night, when a young
man of Nebraska fctood guzing on tho. y
heavens, with a f in I 3 and a --. of pfs
tols In the other. We endeavored to attract
his atlOtlon by .lnj; 2 a In a .leal we held In
our a-, relating to atilccyouugnian In this
I of our couutryt who hail left home in a st8
of derangement, lie dropped the t and -
of pistols, from his 42s with an ! "It is I
of whom U read. 1 left my home- be4 my
friends knew of my design. I had &0 the
XS- of a girl who refused 2 llslO 2 me, but
smiled upon another I ed from the
house, uttering a wild I 2 tho god of love, and
without replying 2 tho'Ts of my friends, came
here with this t nnd -- of pistols 2 put a .v2
my cxIslOcc; but 1 have concluded .2 try
ngalu.aud will go to May's Dry Goods nnd
Clothing Regulator nnd array myself in a
suit of his splendid clothing, 'and -purchase
some of his beuntlfut goods for the ladies, Us
a suitable present for my lady love, and try
aud win her back." ,
This sensible resolution, wc are happy to
state, he immediately put in practice, and
tho happy effect was that Within a fortnight
ho led her to tho alter , nnd now wc, together
with the rest of mankind, must say "what
May's nice goods put together let no man put
asunder;" and, also, that May's supply of
Just tho nicest clotldng and dry goods Is net
surpassed west of the Missouri river, and,
none can sell lower.
The Assets of tho Washington Lifo are of
the most solid character Cash, Government
Securities, Ileal Estate Socurltles.
PINE BUILDING MATERIAL
Is a necessity In every community; so
much so, that ho who supplies a'completc
and cheap stock of It Is a public benefactor.
No one can look nt our town sjneo the Intro
duction of pluo lumber in any quantity, or
even throughout the conn lies comprising
this Land District, ami fail to eo the vast
Improvement fn the character of buildings
constructed; nnd which is mainly due to tho
fact that pine lumber of nuy quality can be
hsd at any time, and at reasonable prices.
J. R. Bell & Sou have now at least 10,000,000
foet of plno lumber, of every sIko, grade and
finish, and shingles, lath, pickets, doors, door
and window frames, sash, blinds, etc., all of
which they are offering at prices which placo
them within the rcch of any and all. Yard,
corner First and College streets.
The "Washington Life is one of the old
est NewJYork Companies.-
No Rccommendl is so good foraJIotel or
a Restaurant as that' of u boarder. Geo.
Duugherty, of tho Restaurant Just above tho.
Bauk, refers all who may wish day board or
a square meal, to those who have or do cat
with him. ! . ,
Many a good man leaveth an Inheritance
In tho Washiugtoutlfe Insurance Company
oL2ew Xorlc - , - -.
Leolc lo Your Children. Diarrhea, Dys
entery and Summer Complaints arocured
by Mrs. Whltcotn's Syrup, whickls sold for
25 cents a bottle. Sec advertisement.
.T. S. IIETZEL
The Fat, t'
As he can outfit them In
Gent's Furnish In gjQoods, bettetnud cheaper
ACOMMOATION WILL WIN 1 1 1
Especially if combined with n choice sup
plyof good artlclesand u desire to sell as low
asposslble. This is tliecase at Rich ond
Gllmore's Red Store. Wc speak only to the
few who do not deal there, ns most people
know the above by actual demonstration.
: 1 :r - -
&. - " ""
Mnsqntto3ars ntDen's. . -s.
"VALLEAU fc CO.
Have closed .up their wholesale rooms, nnd
are noW giving, their exclusive attention to
the Retail liusfness, and their 'Billiard
room. They will keep constantly on hand a
cholccnssortment of Wines and Liquors, nnd
'imve the best appointed Billiard Room In
Southern Nebraska, presided over by Valleau
himself, champion Bllllardlst of Nebraska.
32-3m J .
i i ; , j- ? it
; Jaclcson and SImttlcr Wagons auDen's.
' BesTCb"olilnB Stoves' Ins:lh"cw'brld, "fit
Scyths ami Snaths, Pltchforltshnd Hay
Rakes at Den's.. t
Patronise Home Inntrjr. All kinds
or Marble work can be had at Neldhardt's
Marble Winks In this city, cheaper tilan It
can be had elsewhere. None but the best ma
terial ttsodt . - H-tf
Remove tho Cnne. Dr. Ifcnry's Root
and Plant mils arouse the Liver, and secre
tive organs Into health' action, throwing olf
obstructions w hlch cause disease. 3-tt
"Pence 'ixe, iii'nbuimance at Shellcnlwr
Sec Advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dispen
sary, headed-Book,'for thcMlllion Mar
KLVGEGrjiDK In another column. Itshould
be read by all. 27-y
Stndy Yonr Interests and read tho ad
vertisement "Greatest Work of the Age," In
tills paper. oo-3m
rt, - -notice.
The regular' term or tho Probate Coiirt for
the trial or civil cases for all sums over one
hundred dollars and under three hundred
dollars, will lie held at. the o!Iiee,of ll,rr
ha county, febinska. commencing on the
first Monday of each calendar month.
2j-.tf Probate Judge.
allien, Hand Bail and Newel Tosts kept
by J. R. Bell A Son, at their Lumber Yard
corner or College nnd First-sts.
Marsh Harvesters, where two men ride
and &o tho bl ndln jr.t $203 for F. AJ Tlsilel, jr.,
& Co's Agricultural Jjnplemen.tDcpot,
Freelx Eggs and Yellow Butter can nl--n-avs
he hiui. Read tho advertisement
Greatest Work of th-Age,l' in thlpaper.
Lge,t' in thlpaper.
i r i r i ' i -
Tlio Nemaha llawv Ball Cinh seemslohavb
won IjoMi notoriety and nmc In their recent
game In tills place, and from tho way tho
challenges como lnr they will be pat to their
metul to hold their lanrals of their ability
to do which wo, however, entertain not a
doubt. Next Tuesday tho Dally Nine, of
Peru, will le here to play them a Match
Gamo ; nnd next Thursday thaBatmer Club,
of St. Derofn, will bo here, nnd Iny our
Clnb for tho" Champion Ball and Bat taken
by tho former at our lost County Fair. Our
Club now has tolerably good grounds to play
on, and should not fall to practice so as to bo
In ns good trim as possible. "Practice makes
A -Woman's KlgUt. Wo lioltf this trnth
to-be self-evident that all women aro en
dowed With certain Inalienable rights
among which are life, liberty, nnd a Charter
Oak Cooking Stove. Tho latter Is an iadls- I
Every one his own Doctor. Those who
use Dr. Henry's Hoot and Plant Pills gener
ally get along with the least expense of doc
tor's bills. Seo advertisements. KMt
HAN'NAFOllD &, McFALL
Have just received the finest and largest
stock of Parlor Furniture that ever came to
this section. Their stock now comprises ev
erything that may bo called for. In quantities
to eitjier wholesale or retail custom, and
at prices that cannot fall of giving satisfac
tion. F. E. JOHNSON &. CO.
Hnvojust received ns choice a supply of
Groceries ns ever came to this city. If you
deal there yon are suro of choice articles.
Joseph Slmtz to keep up with tho de
mand inailo upon him has employed the
services or a first-class jeweler and engraver,
and has a splendid stock of Jewelry on
hand. Ho is now prepared to do nil kinds of;
work In his line especially engraving. Give
him a call.
New Firm. Wo learn that J. C. Slmrtz
Is about purchasing an Interest tn the tin
and stove store, or J. C. Deu.ser. Ho will
mako a valuable addition to this old reliable
pioneer business house.
The Storm last Friday night was the
heaviest or tho season, accompanjed by as
loud and continuous thundering ab.wp ever
heard. The actual ruin fall In this vicinity
must havo been "about feign t incites, as it fill
ed a bucket vhlchwas'stnndlng'out clear
from1fiuy dniIii'auJ,wasemptS'r when the
rain began to fall.
,r . -
Just Received Fresh and Nice for Har-
.j-cat. , . ..
At Swan fc Bro's.
Flbh In kits,
reaches, Rice, etc.
' clocks: clocks::' cLocics: ti
A large supply Just received by
v ' JOS. SIIUTZ.
THE HOLLAR STORE
Is In receipt of now goods almost .dally.
LastTuesday a largc'lnvoiceofLadtes' Skirts.
Tabic Linucus, Queens ware, and manyothcr
things came. Remember 51 buys anything
Iu filestore, and some articles yon can get
clKlit or ten for $1. Ladies-go. and seo, ypu
can't fall of finding something you need.
Choice Dried. Beef,
Hams, at Swan & Bro's.
and Sugar cured
There will bo a meeting of tho Walnut
Grovo Cemetery Association, nt tho roldenco
of Col. Furnas, on Fiidny evening noxt, nt
which the committee of Ladies appointed
some tiiue ago, aro earnestly invitod to bo
prcsont. Tho following ladles compose said
committee: t Y"-" "- c
Mrs. Dr. McPlierson, Mrs. L. Hoadley, Mrs.
J. C. Deuscr Mrs H.C. Lett MrsOI. C.Thurinnn
Mrs.- S. R. Jamison, Mrs. W111 Rosscll, Mm.
E. W. Thomas, Mrs. Lewis Hill, Mrs. A. G.
Gates, Mrs. W. II. Hoover, Mrs. J. B. Docker.
E. W. THOMAS.
- Tobacco,., m. -. .
And anything else In tho Grocery line, the
best place Is undoubtedly;
Cant. J. L. Carson returned to -his homo
In this place last Sunday evening.
Jlackoral, Whl to -Fish nnd Dried Fruit at
jArcaprood thine, and Baur has a tip-ton
Revolving and Skllcv Hay- Rakes at
' , "THE RESTURANT
DJctbufor George Daugherty next door to
John L. Carson's' Bank. It is acknowledged'
by all to be the ilacc wJierc ono can get the
most acommodntlon, -and tho best victuals,
for the most reasonable charge. Farmers
know this, and drop In when they are in
town, and get hungry; strangers are not
long In finding It out, and his thirty day
boarders aro each and every one Individual
witnesses of the ract.
Celebrated Newton Wagon for sale by
A Sclent IllcfWonaer. The Craig Micro
scope adapted tb scientific use. Rend the ad
vertisement. Prico $2,73. 33-3 in
A. Pj COGSWELL,
REAL ESTATE BROKER. Office, corner
Firsthand Atlantic streets. Buy and sell
lands,' pny taxes for non-residents. Sdves
particular attention to uuylng, sejling nnd
renting city property. t& 30-3m
J. C. Denser Is exclusive Agent for Chnni
plou Combined Reapers nnd Mowers. 27-3m
; Do Y,ou Want a good set of Harness, a
good Collar, a good Saddle, or a gcjod Whip;
youwilI find them in full stock, -in'full varir
ety and cheap ut B. F. Sauder's, 52 Main
PrlTate medical aid, read Dr. Whlttlcr's
advertisement. " " '
' rThti Cfn!gT Microscope. This Micro-
scope is simplified and adapted to popular as
well as scientific use. A now opt leal wonder!
This is the only instrument or high power
which requires no focal adjustment, nnd
therefore can be readily uted by every one,
even by children. Costing only Two Dollars
aud Seventy-five Cents, by mail, postpaid, It
Is within the reach .oftll in the community,
nnd should bo on tho tafilc of every Tnwtl-J
tloncr. Read advertisement In this paper.
Good "Wholesome Vinegar. Any ono
can mako It. Seo advertisement of W. IL
Bishop. -- . 33-3m
TCrdles)-Scytles, Snathe, and all them!
kind or flxens, at Shellenbcrger's.
Buckeye Droxper, Jr., forSI75 nt F. A.
Tlsdel, jr.,. &kCo's Agricultural .Implement
iDenot. .' " ' r
- - f. - v x- it
Jacob Mnrohn has Just received a fine as
sortment of Piece Goods, and latest style
Hay Raltcs, both Sulky and Revolving,
Store Hot n Nemaha City for sale or
rent. JSnqun,, I Hotel, Nemaha City. 35-5
Be.snre to read tho advcrtlseihent Great
est Work of tiioage,1' lit this pajef. 33m
The Original Golden CrOwn Cigar is
manufactured by A. F. Cohn. It Is the favo
rltd pYcrywliriU J7-tf
r .,.-... T PT-
At D. H. McLnngltlin'a Flour Depot. t
- T " ' - M - ' "
Highest market prk-a .LY CASH, paid for
A. MAY & CO.
Tit TrlcfclM Spiralis rfPerlt We.
Terhaps it Is not generally known tsal the much
talked of trichina tptratU, or pork worm, was first
discovered in America by Dr. K. C Kendall, ot
Philadelphia, Pa., with that American inatrumest
known as the Craig Microscope, coating onIyfS,7,
fter repeated failures to discover the worm with aa
Imported microscope, costing fW, "of feebler power
and less reliable.'' This fact Dr. Kendall stands
ready to provo at any time. The "Craig" Micro
scope In neat box with full direction is mailed any
wuere lor 52,73, by E. JL Boss. 313 Locust St, St.
Bead theadvertlscment in.thb paper. 33-Sin
Farmers, go to Bauer's If you want a
t good set of Harness, or Siuldlc, or Whip, or
anything In hl-j Hue. He sells as low u pos
sible for cash.
A. W. MORGAN, Jr.,
Merchant Tailor, Is constantly in receipt of
the latest novelties In the lineof Gent's Fur
nishing goodrf, and has now tho latest thing
out, whieb Is the UcHleel dollar, the best tiling
or tho kind wo ever saw. Also, a large sup
ply of Piece and Ready Made Goods. Give
him a call, and ylvo him your measure for a
suit. Ho Is low down iu his charges.
Rvspectfully informs Ids old friends nnd
the public, thot he Is prepared to attend nU
calls in the line of his profession. Office at
D. H. Lewis & Co.'s Drug Store, Main street,
Brownville, Neb. 51-tf
Clocks, splendid, assortment.
WATCHES, full stock.
JEWELRY," in abundance at
Dunn &Hays' whonIsodq.nl) kinds of re
pairing of Clocks, Watches or Jewelry. fo.
.Vo.Maintstrcct. : H-3m
A tvoll selected stock of Wason.and Bug
gy timber. No. 1, at J. C. Deuser's. 20-tf
Prize Mower It Reliable ! 1 1 ono or two
wheeled, single or double-barred, slow orrast
motion, combined and separate Harvesters,
with improvements for 1870, are the, most
simply-constructed, light draft, accurate-ra-klng,
grain-gleaning, rapid-running and
elenu-cuttlng machines now niniiiiiaL'tured.
This Is attested by all who have used them ;
tho "Advance" being considered the ne plus
ultra of Reapers nnd Mowers. The McCor
mlck Bro's never made a machine for sale
that they wore afraid to put on trial against
any other, and their "Advances" challenges
as Avell tho admiration or tho world as It
does all other machines to a trial. 11 H.
Wilcox, Agent, olllce nt F. E. Johnson & Co's
store, Brownville. 2G-3m
Wm. II. Hoover, Real Estate-Agent nnd
Conveycnccr: Court Room. 31-tf
A PIXE I.U2IBER YARD.
Kllbourn, Jenkins & Co., corner of Fourth
and Main streets, in this city, hnvoconstnnt
lyon hand a full .stock of tho best Pluo Lum
ber of ull kinds; albo, nlso riash. Doors, Blinds,
Shingles, lath, Mouldings, Frames, etc., etc.,
which they are selling at the lowest possible
figures for which (ho sumo can bo 'got out of
the log nnd shipped to thi- point. They are
determined to cnutirriiu as heretofore to sup
ply "tho bulk of bisribes, etc., nscd In this
Land District. Call nnd see them!
A 'Wonderfiil Microscope.
Itov.Danlct Wise. D. D., editor of the New York
Sunday School Advocato, thus speaks of.thu cele
brated Cralc Micro-.coiHs:
"Its simplicity, cheapness, and great magnifying
lowcr struck me with surprise. Then I vras exam
Inlng a lly's oyc by it aid, and was struck with
wonder at the skill and potrcr of the Creator which
Is displayed In Its structure. When I saw a state
ment in an ail vert taement thathe Craig Hlcroecopa
mognitled one hundred diametsrs, and could be
bought for f-,00, 1 thought It was one of the hum
bugs of tho hour, for I had paid fp9 fbra microscope
not long before. But now I find It to bo reaDy Yalu
able Instrument which I should like to see Intro
duced into the families of our readers In place of tas
manifold useless toys which please fbr an hour id
ts then destroyed. This mlciwcope would both
atnusc and Instruct them, and I advise every boy
and girl who v Ishes to know tlie wonder which
lie In little thiugs to .save his money until he has
$2,73, -which will pny for the microscope and the
postage when sent by matl."
As a holiday gift this microscope Is unsurpassed,
belngornamental, Instructive, amusing and cheap,
and never looses its interest. Agents and dealers
supplied on reasonable terms. A sample will be
mailed, post paid, to any address for $2,75, by E. IL
Ross.313 Locust St., St. Loilla.Mo.
Dead the advertisement in another column.
Corn, shelled 4X50j
Corn, In the ear......-KSU5
I Cranberrle, f, qt.M...iS
Honey..., , .10
Hurley Oats .. 30t
Fall W- Flour 3.2Srt3,7''l
Chickens, dressed t S
Tnrkcys, do 10
Geese. do 10
Beef Cattle 3ii4 eta
Hogs gross.. 7JW7JO
" DresseUfl U 79
Dry Flint tofell
. " Shoulders.l3&H
" Tub WashetUWiarlOl
AND ORGANS !
CHICKERING, ItNABE, N.'.Y. UNION,
HALtET fc DAVIS, and EMERSON
-s " s -3 a
, , BURDETT, ,--.
MASON &.HAMLIN,andNE1V BOSTON
The abova aro first class Instruments, and are
fullr warranted. I will sell tho above Instruments
at EASTEltN l'ltlCES no cuargo for freight.
JAMES R. DYJE, AgCnt,
315m Brownville, Nebraska.
PHILIPS & 35AR2fSS'
Livery, Feed, Sale and Exchange
Corner Main and Levee St BROWNVILLE.
HAVING purchased this Stablo of
A. P. CoGswrlLwc are prepared to fnrnlsh
thohtTRXTHS -RnrIKSunrt CARRIAGES la
Southern Nebraska, at LOWEST CASH BATES.
fcuniamr.CTiw.iiorswrf- uorrai foroiocK. jrarweo-
lar AtrenllCh paid to fwflltigwr BoardinK. Homt.
ILLIFS t BARNES.
r. x. case & co.,
RACINE, -a WISCONSIN.
rANUFACTURERS Or THRESHING 3LV
lll CHINES, with Pitts'. Climax nnd.Mon.NT-
kd Horso Towers, Tread Powers, Wood Sawing
Machines and Portable Engine. Descriptive cir
culars sent iree iy mau. stTJuie largest uanuiac
turers of TMBiaunaw Iu the Wokld. 35-531
For sale By .
F. A. TD5DET., JR- A Co-.,
HOWARD SANITAR.Y AlB
For the Belief and Core or tho Erring and UnfdS
tuna to, on principles or Christian PhilanUiropy.
Ess)-s on t lieKrous of Yoa tb. and the Foflit of
Age, In relation to Marriage and Social Evils, with
initaryiaulibrthejaflllctcd. Sent free, in sealed
Envelopes. Address. HOWARD ASSOCLVTION,
Box 1 Philadelphia, fa. : 12-ly
PATENT C1AIG MICROSCOPES
Dnrlng (he past Six Years lta werih
has been testified to hy tliontaad
Sclentlne Men, Schosl Teachers, Stn
dentsj Pliyttlclnns, and others.
Slitipllncd ami Adajitcd to Popular as
vcllas Scientific use, It Is an Optical
Wonder. Its MngnlQ Ingpovtr Is
TEN" THOUSAND TIMSS
Combining cniUess indtmctlon. wltli
amnscment. A Beuntlful Gift, and one
that never looses its interest, reveals
tUe nuatcn wonders of creation, Eels
in Vinegar, Animals In TVntcr, Cheese
Mttes, Sngar aud Itch Insect-, Milk
Clobales, Adoltcrntluns in Food nnd
Drags. Alaa the Trichina SplralU, or
A very Beautiful ami Ornamontnl
IastrumoHt, sUohIOLLo on tho talilo of
every FaBtily, Piyaisiaii, Sciontific
Uaa, Stadeat and School.
An Unseen Kingdom U open to the eye by this
Instrument. No lover of the bountiful -ihmil.l ho
Every Instrument Ls put up In a neat box. with
full directions for using ft. carenilly pasted on the
cover. Thousand have been sent by mall, anil the
proprietor guarantees a safe transit to each Instru
ment. We are sending them every day.
Price by mall, postage prepaid, f,75, or with two
jiuuuini uujevia, ?-i,uu.
Address, K. H. BOSS,
Sl-3m 3i3 LociLst Street, SL Iuls. Mo.
to 3 Pf i
M hw 0W w
Tie Brownvillo Forry Company
have now running between
North Star and Phelps Oity, Mo.,
the new nnd commodious Steam ferry
MARY J. ARNOLD!
THIS BOAT is entirely new, with
power and capacity to cross everything
that may come. In any weather, . .
For crossing Cattle Into or out of this Land Dis
trict, totals the best point. This boat ta especially
flued no to ensure ShfPtT In erreuilnc stock, nnd Ianre
cattle pens nt already encted at the St. Joe. AC. B.
uepoc-ai tf neips ly. w e can ensure iue iraveiuis
public that alf In oar power shall be done to make
this the most reliable crosslngon the Missouri river.
BKOWNVILLE FEBKY' CO.
AGE. ATS WASTED!
X RICH FIELD! A NOBLE WORK!
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the.- nrices arc sufficiently low to place it within
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etKintry lor Its enle. with -whom liberal arranftcv
nicnt.s will bo made. An opjiortunlty of equal
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!UInItrr. Tenpltern, Strulcntn, Fnrmcrs.
VoacKlHrnnnd Wtinien Utucwbowoulilnieet
wltlrtlic nionc proiitaiiie 01 tin empioymenis are
InvllMl In rfirrnsiMiml with lis Willi a view to an
nfiency. Kbt a fsw Mich are now nvernsln from
fvxMtoJTUto nnnual profits In lta sale. Then) Is a
great want for the book and a rich Held offered,
while It will elevate the pplrltual condition by con
stant contact with nnd conversations upon Its beau
tiful and eternal truths
rnaraatfra an thn Nnmlicr Plan will befur-
ntihrrf the work In about fift r parts, at 25 cents each
a handsome lllastratlon In oil lo accompany each
part. This plan is very popniar in cniest
lamta aa thn Tnaf alinrnt P)rin will b ftiri
nlsbcd tbe work In fine bindings! This Ls also quttg
popular andprqtltabhJ In cities and largelowns.
Yaar also the nnbltshersofPHttl'r'a HCaUalaWa
E4lcl)i of Tamlly. Fnlplt, Pocket and FfAalo
irrapb Bibles and Testaments more than Two HIS
area different styles so well known everywhere Ihf
their apcoMicy or.text, oeauiy or nnun ana ouraojir
ItV of blnUlne. Vlways ask fdr rotter'a Standard
raitlons. and cet tbe best. OUaloeues coBtatnlBK
styles and prices furnished on application.
TorXlrcnlars enntatninea full description of TM
1 irionni fuinn j.ix-. i.u v.um . 4qiuv.
address rotter's Etandanl Ulblc iad Testament
Y.tA.. ! V7.....1t.. lift.!.. ,.4 In.in. t A ttami
Jolin 3D. Potrter & Co.,
OH aud CIT Scnhom Street,
Or, GOODSrEED & CO.,
aWm CHICAGO. ILL.
Opposite" the Dejot,
iBCEijl?S CITY, 3iO,
As nvaat accommodation.s arii good stabliuir ar
oaeredfcan be liau In the Wet 33-lyJ
AreBjtoJte reprisru tTort ofeTouLs oll ttn
Ings. so a Jiulrably executed, .to roti'!. r it ! ,-v .
ble for any onebutespertj to detect the dlilftuun.
Ask for them at tho Artand Plcttre Mcrc3.
OurClinimosareseiit fris?to anycililrotwwltldn
the United states, east of the MLsiLtsippl on receipt
Prang's "t3iromo Jiwrnal," LsoiksI quartprly. cjii
talns a complete dncrlpllvacaialis;m ofourt:hr
inoa. with special Information about the art. tSpec
Imen males of tho Journal sent Aro to any address.
on rcewai or Mam p.
. VRANU A CO. BiwNMa Xmi
Through P wxtnger finite
; Ti St. Joseph ami
JBOC"-s; t'tvi M'l wAi c '-"-rri"'"'
THE OLD RELIABLE
11UIIU & ST. JOSEPH
ConncU Bluffs H. K. Xtinel
It Ls thn le-.t Short Sionlc fnm 1WO I'.W Vtr t K
and all ixilntion KioAK JUitKl'JI fc ttJf.VCJ.
BLLWS XAILKOAV, to the
EAST OR SOUTH,
IT IS THE SHOUT LINE TO
QTJXIVCY, SrJ JLOTJIS,
and SonthorH Cities.
And the moat desirable route to
CHICAGO, DETKOIT, PlTTSUURfJ,
Toledo, IlatYto, PalUdelphla, Baltimore, Albany
Xew To rk,Botou,and oil roJat:! East or South.
rassoiers taklns tvther tinea Ea:it tir Wot, hIkhiIO
by all means take this in rutumitig, as it paces
through a snleiidld countrv: liirirt ami itirlvln-
cltlesandovcranrat-claas and elesantly eijuIpiM-M
This Kpuhr linn mas THlMVtiir CARS and
PVr.MlAX'S ST.KKF1XO rALACtX ftuin JUs
HourimcrtoQUINtnTniid bT. LOUIS, and clvcj
choice of mute either way.
Over the magnlllcint New
across the MLsls-
CMcoftrn, llurllnton fc Quincy. oud
Toledo, Wnbakh & Western It. lts.
to nil l'olntx Knst or South.
imvi datt') , With North MU-sonrl R. R.
AT MAu0NKo.r!?t- f-onls. aud Eostor South
) :a at. ixjui?.
UUV YOURTIIItOUGH TICKETS
-Via St, Josep3&,-a
FOli HALE AT&T. JOs-fU'jr.AXI) ALT. STA
TIONS OX TJIJi iT. JO. &CM.K. 7i
Pare as Low ns "by any Othor Ronte.
liayjape CficcktIloall lVhicipal iVi.'.
P. B. CfltOAT, GEO. H. NETTLETON,
Oen'l Ticket Ag'f. ;en. Sunt.
2 i Z3 W
I1 ' . "
RVWII T. t,
We havo on hundu large
To 'which we are making co
we are selling at Prices as
In the Quality of our Goods
FLOUR OF THE MOST
mr goods ii
HO. 66 MAIN .STBSET,
?!IL(.Xt3i: &; CJO.S OLD S17.AJtfI, TIXiO"VVPf VXXJL.E?.
VJ3-EEi CUNdTASlfljV' ON II VN'I) TUr". IUrr tiUALITY OF
2r-aa.rP C F.-
RICE; AN3 AXIi KINDS
"7d H3i BA 'wa
A. Li. RICH. ,A. H. GILLMORR
NEW ADMnnSTRATSQI AT THE
RICH & GILMORE,
Sncccwors to W.
Siaclr cs CoffcoK - Sr - ar.TflriC - 1ITrsiTfic -
I -C J wT v.-w ., a a fiiCS. Jt lbUA JLMiUUAa afc tlfttm A
Beef, Salt, Conl Oil, Tonacco, Cigars, Ciocso, Dried saiGscflarruita,
xBbuwii.tnca ujl taxx n unit, viruuiLCIi
in connection with the above they keep
All liooQS Sold at rices tnatrDefy Competition.,
Highest Market Prico paid forall klndn nf f.'OCircnS: PKODUCIL
Itcduccd Prices to snit tho Times. Small Proilte and Fair Ufaling, s Uicltvin vnrlabla rate.
Gooda will be JoId to Country Merchnnta In either lunje of jsimUruHfi! nnd'nt extreraelr UMt
XLmiJjZ.&)a 3i JLjLJi&. Jfe.JL.
K A ItEGULAltGIiADUATEOr'MKDICINEJ
IJXA. adipl0!i.iat oulec cillfliow, has bees
s!clanlut5t. Louis, brpliiits, eonorrhea, Gleet,
loader cseizca in me trcaimcut. or v eneresi, i
UHnarr lleac and Syphilitic or Mercurial
AiaicUOTiijpf the tliroat, ilia orboaesiretrcat
cd with unpnralellcdeoccess. Spensatorrhca,
SexualDoUUm-, aaaiaipoltncy, as the resmK
ofself-oMieQitt routi. sexual execseca In b.
iwrwMt, ercroKTcmsvs, smi which prodace
sloas.blotfces. dcbTRiy. OllncM; omncsa of
Uoatosocietv of feBialcs. loofau-Bwu-v. nj
sexual power, sad rcwdertag i i itBu mftop
The Doctor 's oo tmrtniMea tn hiVrtMml aiul m4.
TrntaBradleo ara wiunitMdkM Tjdau.
ntlu.rtf.9tv VAVlfv. nrvt -..i-.K.K z.
bat ho has been located there loiter by jiau
tfiaaanvothersadvertlslne. Thn e vtijMti.trm Jm.
uirzxfj, jauuramry wu appoiarmeataara aari-
Taiea in bio west, amwrpaw ca aaywaen.
Age, with experience, can bo rahrd apes, and
thedoctoreiarclerto maay payslclaiMtaroexa
outtho country. In pun succetc and prescBt
position he stands without a competitor. The
writings of a pbplelan wheso renntaUoa ls
union-wide chould be worth reatttiw. 1K.
NVHITTIEK'S Pamnlctfent ta anv addresa la
ascalcdenrelonorortwo Etnraps. Many phy
sicians Introduce patients to the doctor after
readlnir lilt medical namnlilrt. rmniln.
Itlans conCdtnittsl. A friendly talk wlH eostyoa
nothing. Ofllce central, yet retired No 61 St.
ilis, alltorusof Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stncture.1
Ac, completely tra (Heated. Tliat uugtcrous r'r-t
of cases resulting from sclf-aliusc. prOdHdnr m
naallncss, ncrvocsdcbllity, lrrttalJlllty4crupiieB,!
seminal emissions, andUnnlly impotency, perma
nently cured. Persons aClleted Ith delicate, te
Irlcatoaml Iong-s'mdln constltutloiulcoinpialata
are noUtely Invited to call lorconinllatloi.-w kit k
costs nolhlnp. Experience, tho best oSteacbara,!
lias enabled blta to perfect rcaic-dlea at enca tfll-'
WCUH MIC. .vi aiMVlli, HJIU WUJCU 11 lllOSfc tlifji
can ba used without hindrance to bdalacss. That-!
tablishmcnt embraces office, reception and waHte"
rooms, also boanlnipandslccplnx-apartsBeats fcr
patleata reqnlrluz dally personal attention, sad
vapor and chemical baths. No matter who have
tailed, stat e y oar case. Kead his pamphlet, watto
any address lrco Tbonsandsorcascstreated-asRW
ally at oCice and all oTer tho country. t Wash
Jngtonave.. St. Louis. Hours 9 A. K.torr.X'
r-amphlcts sent to anye . rcssfortWQ $asB I
A BOOH FOR Ta2E SHIXIOX.
A MTto Coauoiaz W tk
HirncJ. r tftoa, ibt to
airj, a tho-pbjlUfll
mfltrlt aaiitttestkaa f
the sezaal jitcm. ltktk
1 a ft t diicaMftM i Mad ba
aad pftrentlng offtprtn:. hov toFmrrTattwmfkXMa,
TIiUliaalutcmUiiswrkar lta hsJrad&d taK4l
rei, wlt&nuajcruai S(raTlnt. uJcDimlaaihnblair
Eutloa for Ui3M &o ro muriI, or ceatmpjt mtnttgt
duu.iiii a Dooiiaou(LBiiotoitpiujUrIucXiaT,
Bot laid eudcMlj itwut the bonis.
Sent ta say ocetftta of potapj) for riftj OnU.
Address nr. CatW Dbfajary. So. 1 2. Xrtn Xtsatft I
Notlco to tho Affllctect an
IWbn aprljlcs ta Iba noforlna iock vKa aJrcrtUa in
public pupirj. cr atlas any JH" reatotlu. pmnj Br.SaWa
wort, no mattrr rtbu jrcur diooc 1., or Lvw drploraMa jrw
Dr. ISalU oaa ba eoncalUil. pcrsmtly or by Mall, oa tka
dbeaaes Dieatloned la hi, .rl. Oflk-,.Il North. Eljblk
Btrcct, between Uarlvt nJ Cbcstnnt, SuLoaij.lto.
A. liaro Collootion,
"npwXAXD-S BKCStrrs.-lfis1o Artt. U)Tri. .
- comprUlas valuaLla Inftrraaiioafur cTarjbwlj Baaaby
tnilUfrooof puiUgUur HTr CcnLu Adaro.K.E.0
UASDT, So. 12 Sorts ElgbUi atrcct. St. Lrals. JIo.
for ttosodeillnjla orsiaa&fiuiturl&gaajorttoaiMY, atttMT
for tho trada r bccie err.
Seal by mall (Trio or rMr-) tor rifly CcnU. AUreaa
B. K. !(OIUrAXI)Y.Kv.llortbKltrtatrevt, Et-LooKkto.
Bay Mo pd I'll Do You .Get. ,
ROOT & PliAiST
BV CLKASSINO TUB BLOOD "AKB I
aroailng tho Lixrr aa t SaeretlT, Or. I ai
ans to a hvallbr vlloa, tbna rills n I TJ
many coup.lata trLUa It voaM Bat bo S
uppcseU ttcj-could roach, encb aa JIus- 5
lens. 1'a: ut Tin Giua Xnniu or tub 1"
IIdu jlu Vcrr, Uttuw, Ctuujiiaa, B
KnzcstATiui KrciuLr.n. I.rsao A rrxnia.
l'.IUOCS StSXSTZaT Kdi Aftctio. H
LoTiA-lQ1 DraiKT'. FlTIU 07 AH.
KiMd Uivirru. Jxvacics aoUoJlierlta
lrd eompu cts fl'lifr nalorjtiteof
fin boJT. ci s.Ufxct!aa efl'a tUictloaa.
- i.dax tri- xro-u nrtmrr kjo oiinr Doiiona.
a. m. . . ... '.
thrr caa ba tat-a -la.ltlai-j uul ,'ct alf circwatUaoaj
rreparal by tho Grafton t -rf- C , Su Loci. Sfos.
LOOK TO YOUR CHfLbREl
The Stnett Boatiilng .Rem.
. . jPi Canoltaa4ertaiyjtl)A
WJIIfOOMySitw' ! faotataieatb pro- "jTw
YUfr totofte.nlilng. r ieXTXt
S"B0 all(IlarKiMtllMt to 5
t i&iaan ana children.
Ol. .. ( Cotob Diarrhea. IrTTat)ya
WJUTMnrij tasuaar Gealaiat 1a fhlUna 1JZ
It I Ik sreat lafanWaad Cbsaraa'a
at uawutiairaaaaaB j T 11c ir iT tlaai
rarwt by the Orartsa VatHolaa Ca.. HL tantm. .
SoM by Ones leri la naWM vnmkmm
BLANKS of nil kind, constantly oa
hnml. nfthr AdvertlKcr Job Ofllce.
und well asttorto-1 stock of
nstant additions, and whiefe
low as any House west f
WS DEFY GOMPETITIOlf .
pkice paib roa
.STTVlN & bro.
T, 5 P 5 . r-d frS-'Na
C? S?5 1
I S .1 - w U'w 74
OF IIiISD PHUIT.
?rt - gv ... tik -o- tu-i.
cnnsMntiy -n Imnd a largo supply of feed.
fe tax tkbJ
CORX, OATS, &Xl.k?J3 SSOSTS.
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