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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1869)
BROWNVILLH, THURSDAY, JAS-. 21.1SC9.
Ptcwu-t, of Nevada, ha3 been urran
Iincusly renominated in caucus as
ten&tor from Nevada-
"Within the past fortnight failures
to the amount of $10,000,000 are t-aid to
have occurred in New York.
Carl Bhurz has been elected to the
"U. 8.. Senate by the Missouri Igisla
. Uire. Uy this step Missouri advances
a half century in the cause of freedom.
At a tacetinpr of the State Board of
Agriculture held at Lincoln, on the
" loth, it was decided to hold the next
Mute Fair tt Nebraska City, and the
time fixed the 2Sth, 2Hth and 30th pt
September, and the let of October.
The idea of postal telegraph under
the supervision of the F. O. Depart
ment, is rapidly growing in favor. It
is proposed by this to telegraph letters
of fifty-words or less nearly as cheap
as they can now be sent by mail.
- The act approved Dec. 22d, 180S, ex
tends the time for stamping all smo
king, fine cut, chewing tobacco and
. enuff to the 15th of February, at which
time all on hand' in the hands of
" wholesale and retail dealers must be
put up in packages and stamped.
The resolution introduced into the
.United States Senate asking for a
- copy of the amnesty proclamation and
by what authority it was issued,1 is
likely to cause a "ratling of the dry
bones" in the White House. It should
bo examined Into and if no authority
exists It should be censured as a prece
Ben. Butler Introduced a bill into
the House of Representatives on the
12th, to abolish National Bank and is
sue' $3,500,000 legal tender notes after
June SOth. Also, to coin fractional
.currenry so alloyed as to be worth fif
ty per cent, less than the denomina
tion thereof, and provides for the re
demption of outstanding currency.
Atchison county, Mo., according to
assessors statistics just taken, contains
'a total population of 5,991. Contains
horses 3,275 ; mules 509 ; cattle 9,501 ;
sheep 7,811 ; hogs 23.5SS. Last year's
products rTVheat32 bushels; corn
5G3,S10 bushels : oats 12,525 ; wool 19,
421 pounds ; 8,157 tons hay, etc. It is
a live county and has proved a good
The Trnnk Railroad
Seems just now in a critical condi
tion. ,Tho Atchison and Nebraska
City Company are negotiating for a
construction c( their road up the Big
Nemaha to Lincoln, and propose to
. stop at "White Cloud until they ascer
tain whether It is best to go that way
-' or come up the Missouri river. If the
citizens along the river desire this
road they must be up and doing, al
though both roads may be built, yet
the preetage and backing of the Kan
sas company will be with only one.
A terrible double tradegy occurred
in Fremont county, Iowa, on the 15th
and ICth. Two noted ruian3 went
.with the avowed intention of break
ing up a dance that was going on at
"Wni. II. Hollaway's, two miles north
of Fremont City. They fired off a re
volver In the room, and upon Mr. II.
remonstrating with them they both
attacked him, stabbing and beating
him so that he died on the 15th. Orton
was captured, Jackson niude his es
cape, hut was retaken at Weeping
Water in this State. On account of
Some informality the Sheriff of Fre
mont county refused to take charge of
the prisoners, when it resting with
citizens to tend to their safe keeping
they took the prisoners about a mile
from town and hung them.
Contests are now all the fashion,
nearly as much so as Grecian Bends,
more so, in fact, last Tuesday.
In- Indiana the contest is between
Cumback and Hendricks, Cumback
being ahead on. the lth, but not elec
Delaware elected James A. Bay-;
ard to serve until JIarch 4th next, and
Thomas Bayard for six years.
Massachusetts re-elected Charles
Maine elected Hannibal Hamlin.
Minnesota elected Alexander
New York elected Ruben E. Fen
ton. Missouri elected Gen. Carl Sehurz.
ca. Tipton Rc-Klecf cd.
By editorial correspondence it will
be seen how the caucus resulted Sat
nrdr.y r.ight. From private source we
learn that in caucus Monday night
Tipton received 7 votes and ilar-
quctte 15, with 6 scattering. This set
tled the business, and by private des
patch yesterday . morning we learn
that Mr. Tipton had been re-elected
cn Tuesday last. This places him in
for six years from March 4th.
Tho choice is one which every lover
of freedom can endorse, as a truer and
more fearless advocate of Republican
principles dscs not live. His political
. lifttlrao has been spent in the work
cf battling for the principles of equal
rights to all irrespective of color or
We congratulate Nebraska ; we con
gratulate Nemaha county ; we con
gratulate Brownville ; nnd, finally, as
" the position was forced upon him
against the wishes of a host of oppo
sing candidates, we congratulate T.
W. Tipton upon his glorious victory.
. Hip! L!p!! hurrah!!!
Frrra Hnya City, Jan. IS : A cour
ier from 1-ortDodre brines a report
from-Major fchcridan, that bands of
Inc.ans Lave lately been seen nc;ir
ilsS post, and that thev dn.-ve in the
mall couriers Saturdav. He tiiinks
unusual vigilance the
by residents of rancwts. u
mcnts alonrr the borJur. tp
Hers?, a rrcmincnt Chrycnne chief,
J3 cne cf v
c ; Live r.t I
hc.vi. lii.s Miter j a
:,ri J lays. John s-'milh,
cr, thinks they will en-
lure, along the Saline,
i between Fort Ilarker
;:1 Grove, a number of
to exchange iyr the 53 Indian
aud children now in our
LINCOLN, Jan. 1G, 1SG9.
The Committee on Privileges and
Elections in the Houce to whom wrs
referred the cass cf F.-;kcr, who' con
tents the seat held by Bruh for the Cth
District, composed cf Butler, Sewer J
and Saunders counts, have deciJ.J
that Parker is entitle ! to the scat, and
have so reported.
The testimony elicited in the case
proves that Parker has a clear major
it v of twenty-two votes. The County
Clerk of Butler sent the returns of the
canvas for that county to Omahn,
with the returns for State oCiccrs in
stead of the ceunty seat cf Saunders,
the oldest organized county in the
District, a3 by law required. And it
further appears that there were at the I
time of the election, two persons in
Seward county claiming to act in the
capacity of County Cleric Three pre
cincts in the said county recognized
one clerk and the other two recognized
the other clerk. The clerk of Saun
ders recognized the cne that contro'ed
the county scat, and so canvassed the
returns, of Saunders county aud two
precincts in Seward county, and gave
the certificate of election to Brush.
The committee show conclusively if
the legal votes of these counties were
all compared it would give Parker a
majority of twenty-two. The report
of the majority of the committee was
laid on the table until Monday, to give
the minority time to report.
Petitions and remonstrances on the
subject of a General Herd law numer
ously signed Mas presented and re
ferred to thecommittee on Agriculture.
This, shows the importance of the
subject among farmers.
Mr. Steinman will present a remon
strance against a Herd Law for Ne
maha county on next Monday.
Mr. Foloek and Mr. Vandeventer of
Nemaha county are officers in the Sen
ate, and their ability, faithfulness and
good conduct are alike creditable to
the county they represent. They
make good ofScers and are attentive
Saturday Evening. The caucus
reassembled this evening and took
thirteen ballots. They were all nearly
the same. Tipton 15, Marquett 8, But
ler 10, MeCann 9 and 3 scattering.
Wo have adjourned until Monday
evening. A few votes have been cast
for Geo. F. Train ami as many for E.
Richardson, Nemaha and Gage
members support Tipton. We are
promised a few votes from Otoe, Cass
and Dougla3 when they drop their
own candidates. I will send you fur
ther particulars by Tuesday morning's
The other two ballots the same as
Judiciary. Messrs. Reavis, Steven
Finance Ways and Means. Messrs.
Chapin, Frost and Majors.
Education. Messrs. Gere, Goodwill
lederal Relations. Messrs. Frost.
Stevenson and Barnum.
Military Allaire. Messrs. Majors,
Hathaway aud Gere.
Highways, Bridges and Ferries.
Messrs. Ashton, Barnum and Hatha
way. Expenditures. Mcrrsr. Porter, Ash
ton and Maiors.
Incorporations. Messrs. Stevenson,
Goodwill and Frost.
Public Buildinps and State Library.
Messrs. Goodwill: Ilea vis and Porter.
Elections. Messrs. Hathaway. Ma-
jurs unu r rou
I 1 "T A -
Public and btate Lands. Messre.
Majors, Frost and Reavi3.
Counties. Messrs. Barnum, Porter
Printing.-Messrs. Hathaway, Good'
will and Ashton.
Agriculture. Messrs. Cunningham,
J3arnum ana unapin.
Enrolled and Engrossed Bills.
Messrs. Gere. Stevenson and Hatha
Privileges and Elections. -Messrs
Griffin, tehook, Blakely, Hacrood and
Ways and Means. Messrs. Love-
land, McCuaig, Talbot, Crow, Chase.
Judiciary. Messrs. Gardener, Kcl-
iy, unurcn, urusn, rrneice.
Accounts and Expenditures.
Messrs. Crow, Hoile, Furay, Blakely,
Agriculture. Messrs. Pannalee,
Steinman, Brewer, Rathman, Naff
ziger. Public Highways. Messrs. Tisdel,
Evans, Fox, McKinnon, Seyboldt.
Militia. Messrs. Ilagood, Stewart,
Rhodes, Stout, Chase.
Public Buildings and Grounds.
Messrs. Rhodes, Brewester, Barnard,
Internal Improvement, Messrs.
Church, McCartney, Seyboldt, Furay,
Federal Relations. Messrs. Sey-
1 T 1 L T .. T- i r, . "
uoiul, juul's, i armaiee, fcpeice, Ziin
rnrer. Enros?ed and Enrolled Bills;.
Messrs. Hoile, Talbot, Barnard, Stout,
4 County Bou.ndraies. Messrs. Stew
art, Barnard, Rhodes, Kathman,
Corporations. Messrs. Blakely,
Shook, Brewer, MeKinni.TN NulIV.iger.
Banks and Currency. Mcss 1 ox,
Tisdel Zimmerer, Loveland. Crcw'
PuL'lie Printing. Messre. Talbot,
McCartney, Parish, McCuaig,
Mines and Minerals
Jones. Fitchre. Ivana, Smith.
Manufacturer? and Commerce.
Messrs. McKianoa, Fox, Shock, Grif
Bchool LftU's. Messrs. McCartney,
Parmaloe, Tulhs, Chase.
Public Land.4.- (not school) Messrs.
Brewster, Par is n, l-uc!uer lloue,
Wc arc informed by one of the route
ccrenta on the Council Blu'Isand St.
Joseph Railroaii that a murder was
committed on Thursday at at Tre
mont City, abeut seventy miles north
ci m. jos-rr
r men engaged in
a csr.to of car
gsmo of caro. for money had a quar
:i when one cf the party, a man
amcd Hidlovay wr.i shct and killed
istantly. Jo. Kerch!, 17th.
instantly. 6?. Jo. Kerch' 17M.
Alaika will receive an Oiauia Act
from this sesiden cf CocrtEs.
Griffin, steinman, Gardner, .Biitsh.
Library. Messrs. Tullis, Evans,
Fitchie, Gardner, Brush. 1
Common Schools. Messrs. Furay,
The Commissioners of Gage county
have decided that a majority of the
votes east on the court house question
vn:re against. ' v ''
The Pawnce'ccuTit.rd.rt House
is to be of cut stone. ;
"Tocums :h is badly in war t of a
The Supreme Court has adjourned
to the 11th of February. Una is in
anticipation of the removal of the place
of holding that court from Omaha to
The ice only closed up at .Piatt
mouth so as to become crossa'oie las
- Mr. Stadter, of Plattsmouth, has
invented a fuel savin cr stove drum
The nine above the drum never be
comes hotter than one can bear their
hands upon, while the drum is hot a.s
fire can make it. ., ,
Preparations are already being
made on an extensive scale to com
mence building the bridge across the
river at Omaha early next spring.
Rtto-rs now run recrularly from
F.!k Hnrn Rtation on the U. P. R. R
W. J. Hair, a nassenrer on the U.
F. R. R. fell dead as he got off the cars
at Bitter Creek Station. : ; (
Judce Mason 13 at Omaha attend
ing a session of the Supreme Court.
A errand Masquerade was had on
the Skating Rink at Omaha Last Mon
day. ' '. " . . .
Rich & Co.'s store at Lincoln
caught fire on tho evening of the 10th
but was extinguished without serious
damage. Loss $175. r
A man by the name of Olounsh
was bruised to death by the falling in
of a bank of earth near Tail's are
house at the Nebraska City leyee. ;
The Nebraska City News says that
the demand for city property is not as
gcod there as it was several days
since. The uncertainty of securing
the Burlington & Missouri River Rail
road is said to be the cause. ' : "
The Good Templars trf Nebraska
City held a re-union and banquet on
the night of the 12th. ;
Omaha has a rronosition from
Chicago capitalists to erect and build
her a market house.
A Mr. Smith of Omaha, proposes
to skate 100 miles in 100. consecutive
hours on the Rink of that city.
A liquor saloon has been opened
in lieatrice, ana came near Deing ues
troyed by fire before it had run one
week. . r
A prospectus is out for a new pa
per, tho Western' Sun, to be published
either at Meridian, Camden or Fair-
bury, Iseb. . '
The Fremont Tribune reports the
seizure of the extensive distillery of
J. C. McKoy & Cor, of Omaha, for at
tempt to defraud the Revenue Depart
ment, although the Omaha papers say
nothing about It.
Mr. Frank Fox, one of the oldest
residents of Omaha, was found dead
in his bed on the morning of the 14th
As he retired in good health foul play
Amount of land entered in the
Land Office at Beatrice, Neb., during
the month or Dec, lWW :
Entered by the State of Nebraska:..82,407
Homestead entries........ 6,105
Oh entries 2,7fi0
Land Warrant entries
I inal Homestead entries
B. V. Record.
The Republican thus describes the
mode to be adopted for constructing
the foundations of the Bailroad bridge.
The flatboats to be used during the
progress of the work are now being
built: The piles will consist of hollow
iron tubes eight feet in diameter, cast
m sections of eint feet m length
These will be sunk into the earth un
til they rest on solid rock, in some in
stances to a depth of eighty feet be
Icw the surface. The dirt is then
taken eut of all of them, and they are
filled np with stone and cement.
There will be eijrbt or ten of these
tubes in each pier. Their tops will be
alove high water marks of the- river,
On them will rest heavy iron col
umns, ten to each pier, we believe :
and on these columns will be built the
spans of the bridge.
Gen. Sherman has received the
following telegram at St. Louis; from
Fort Hayes, Kansas, dated January
12th: General Sheridan, command
ing at Fort Dodge, reports that Lieut.
Wharton, 3d infantry, has just arrived
from camp and reports that Colonel
Evans has captured a Camanche vil
lage of-sixty lodges.
The good people of Echo, Evans
ton and Bryan, and other embryo
cities out on the Upper Pacific, still
insist upon their right to the luxury of
a fresh man for breakfast every morn
ing. ..... .
At Echo City, on Tuesday night or
Wednesday morning, one man was
shot and another perhaps fatally
In Bryant City, about the same time,
as we learn from a gentleman lately
arrived from there; a gambler amused
himself by blowing out the brains of a
Then again at Wasatch, on Wedn
esday last, in a bar-room engagement,
one man was shot and instantly killed
by a ball from a small pocket pistol.
At Hays City, on Tuesday night,
three colored soldiers of the 3Sth U. S.
Infantry, were hung by the vigilantes
who "run the machine" thereabouts.
They had shot a watchman of the
Quartermaster's store, named Hays.
From a irentleman who arrived
last evening from the newly, located
town of Blair, on the Siouz City and
Pacific Railroad, we gather some in
teresting particulars with regard , to
Unit improvement. .' ,
The road isnow nnisnea uie wuwe
distance between the Missouri river
and the town of Fremont, with the
exception of about1 nine miles, ana
that will be completed very shortly.
The depot at Blair was commenced
a short time since, and tho first story
is-al ready erected. It 13 50x156 feet,
including the platforms, and will be
readv for occupancy at an early day.
The town of Blair has been laid out
and divided otfinto lots, and we learn
that they will be sold at a not very
distant day ..Omaha Herald.
From the Cheyenne Xeatfcr of the
'7th : This morning Mnior Wells and
Lie;.!- Fowler of the t'nd U. S. Caval
ry witu fifty mcn under their com
mand startcu for Cache a la Poudre,
for the Purpose of seeking the Indians
and the etock stolen them recently
in that vicinity. The force carries
three weeks rations, and arecorjident
of accomplishing some good for the
seti.ers in the vicinity spoken of.
Colonel Bob Spottswood, who in
cemmand pf forty men recently star
ted from Laporte in pursuit of the In
dians that captured Jim Moore's band
of horses, returned last ni'ht after
having followed the savages till their
horses gave out and their rations be
came exhausted. Bob and his com
panions are pretty good Indian hun
ters, but the red devils had the advan
tages of a considerable start and the
opportunity of changing horses as of
ten as they choose. Joe Mason and
his party from Fort Collins, were also
cc mpelled to give up the chase.
From the Star of the 8th :' A
br,nd cf rovins: Indians came down to
Laporte on Tuesday, pitching into
stx-k generally, to what extent we
cannot tell. A telegram for soldiers
to look after them,-was answered-by
despatching1 a cavalry -escort under
Major Welles, on Thursday morning,
in search of them. ';' ,
During the past ten days, says the
New .Yrrk Times, failures to the ex
tent of c. bout four milli n ; of doLirs
have oc irred in that ci;y, among job-
commission hr :ses in the dry
Je. Business i i this line has
? ULii lor nc -iy two years
:cent failure of
-, of the largest dry goods houses
? duo to heavy lo ses through cus
: aers in the Northwestern ttr.tcs.
.lere tre apprehensions i-Lat a. few
other houses may be forced to succomb,
but the leading dealers hope by rigid
retrenchment to overcome present
difficulties. . .' .
. Rich placer 'diggings, have been
discoverea in a canyon near Fillmore,
Utah, 55 miles from Salt Lake City. -
January 12th, by Eld. Ira Moore, at the res
idence of'the brides parents, Jolin L. Thelps,
of Illinois, to Miss Iabcile Sioss.of this-cityi
At tli Sherrriau IIoupo, Teoumsch, January
13th, 1SG9, hy Judire DoLon?, Opt. Frank
Moore, of LftTrobe, Neb., and Miks Amazette
K. McOorti, of thi city. .' . '
:' - DIED. ' '-T 1 -At
Twio Memhris, New Kcxleo, on the 27th
of PeremWr, iLouis Ilsonof M. vv , LIreinen,
aged 8 years, 2 months and 7 days.
KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .,
THE BEST F AHII
IN NEMAHA COUNTY,
EIGHT MILES FROM BBOWXTU.LB
TAVO 5III.ES FROM SIIERIDAS.
CONTAINING 1GO ACRES '! '
All-nn!er cultivation. A living ned;?? Fence all
uroiind It. Cross hertKfs, throwing it in ) Jicre lot-s,
with liTm? Mock water on eaclj 4ft. iredsra two
years old tliis s;)nnsc- A ginid Uwellin? Hotine, con
tnining seveti nvoiua ; a Kod celler, well wail wl wn2i
utotie; eorxl nUme Ktnoke-liou.se; iffKKl barn ana
KTiiblin for eitrht liorsfs; eorn ctiba, etc Also a
good tenant-hour-on the place, and a good BCaool
bouse on tlie south-west Mi. . .
, I will Hell the above Farm on rwoabV teims.
Ftr particulars enquire of James aioNaugnton of
Brownville, ur ' ; :-.
15-7w R. riXLON, on the Premises.
' FOR A PEN EQtJAL TO ' ' :;1
GOODSFEED'S GOLDEN FOTTSTAI3T,
V IX FLEXIBILITY, D URAlilLJTY,
Nonccrrosiveness and :Economy ! !
IT WRITES'100 LINESAT ONEDIP.
. All who tre thpm will use -no other. Thpy ere
equally well adapted to the wants of all writers, and
never fail to ive perfect satisfaction. 10 per tiay
fruarranteed to a;;enLs to sell these peiiH and other
useful articles we furniish. .Sample Boxes 23 c?nts
by mail. Single samples, 10 cents. Circulars frer
. Address It. II. YOU.TO OO.,-
15-3ui ' 119 CliaiuberB at.. Bstn, Afas
The nse of Tobaeco prrxlnces disorders of cirenla
tlon, indigestion, a marked taste for strong drink,
inj potency, and finally Insanity. - . - .
cures all desire for TOBACCO. ' Prlce-SO cents.
Sold by ' ' '
JSlcCREERY & XICKEI,,;
. .: DRUGGISTS, . . ;
tVSt Brownville, Nebraska.
Eorsemcn, Talie Iloticc.
I offer for sale for cash or yonng Stock, my - ' .
FIXE EJLOOUEO STAL.L.50IV,
i . .
He Is a Dark Bay, Black 5r-ne,;Tall and Bers,
stands Sixteen Hands hieh, and well proportioned.
Will be five years old next ppring. s warranted
sound, well broke, pentle, and is considered by xood
judges the best farm horse for all work in the coun
ty. Address - K. A. STEWART.
1-t-Ct Sherman, Nemaha Co., Nebraska. 1
H. TBARE & ' CO.,
Sealed rronosals will be received up to February
1. l.stiS. for openiner no Main street to wostern limits
of city, and to put the same tn a trnvelinecondition.
l(Vt : flavor City of Brownville. -
U. V. AlKliJUJI Ji r-K,
LOCK STITCH REVERSICLE FEED
-M - SI
fTn "n nr s o gy t
i . . . . '
. WHERE'ER EXHIBITED.,
THE OXLY ONE
Capable of Sewing In ?Iorc than one
Fastening all Its own Seams,
wirnorr KTopprxo tiie maciiixk
vit j. viii u ilia CLOTH.
S and W'ASTKS LIXi THr.EAT) than any
her. and will commence awain wilbout
uoioing tne enas ol the taread.
Warranted to Sew Heavy or Fine
GOODS EQUALLY AS TFT.T. " !.
OVER s5 0,0 0 0
MACniEIl SOLD SINCE 1351." . -3Send
for Eeporte and Circular. ' .
TTM. E. PLAIYT, General Aeat,
613 XOIiTII FOUItTII ST.,
&T. LOUIS, JO..
JOHN PISGER ; 'SV, H. DOCGIA.S
Tiolesale Dealers la
V w v. i . i
&c, did. No. 7, Fourth street,
ST. JOSEPH, MO. . 451y
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H -M ( I i i I a
Wo5 11 It j t-,
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5j J i I til
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W V K 35
!!0. 68 tlSII! SlilfET,
I . trt-ry I
uahUliUiis) 1.1 lit i"H
Rarsrest a: Hcst - - t
""rv'rri "T r- ;t?
- ever li .
iit to lim city of
Sofas, roldins Lotiiiscs,
Sectaries and Book Cases
OSco Desks. Tasli Stands,
Narse ttockers, Dining ind Breakfast Table?
Office. Parlor and Dining Room CTialrs, and
everything usually found In a
FURNITURE STORE !
j. a. pixek. ;-; - ; t; r. reykolds.
PISE R & REYXO L.jySfPropHctor8
Eight Btreet, two blocks from II. R. Depot,
' ST.- JOSEril, MO. 451y
Union Foundry an I SLachino Shop.
Burnside, Crowther & Kogers,
Cor. 8th and Afessanie Sts., St. Josoph, Mo. i
Steam EnginesMade &Repaired
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
MiU V7orIis of all Kinds,
Iron Fronts made to order on short no
tice, and satisfactory to all parties.
Also np:ent for Gardener & Robertson's Im
proved Patent Governor. 44-ly
Hardware; Stoves, Tinware, 1 ' : "
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
50.000 Miles Fence Wire,
50,000 Miles Fence Wire,
oU,UOU J""c 'ence Wire
Pittsburg Iron aud Nail?,
Pittsburg Iron and Nails,
Pittxbury Iron and Nails,
. Mechanic's loots,
Charter OaJc Stoves, fr ft
Charter Oak Stoves,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Beiides aull assortment of everything kept
in a iirst class
IIDI'IE AUD STOVE
WJiich will be sold as loio as the lowed
FOR CASH !
To all who favor us with a call.
At ilic Sin of the
BIG' BED STEAD !
, Is the' place to bay . ' (.
McFALL & Co.,
Keep constantly on hand a complete assort
Sofas, Beadileadt, Wardrobtt,
Bureau. Rockino f'Ait-.
Spring Bedt, Wash Standi,
W.tat Kott, Hat Rack
ana - and
Com for tt,
ChUdrtr.'i Cab nnd Giot.
Gilt end Roxewood Moulding,
oiieeit, ruiows, ftliow
Slips, ete., etc
SHOW GASES & OFFICE WOKE
ITAPB TO OIIDER!
And anytliing: and eTerythiu? required to set
. up piiuu or uuicy nouseiieeplng
All of tnclr ware is either manufactured or
put np under their special superintendence.
which enables them to sell sound articles at
smaller prlcea than Eastern manufactured
(Vl i X ' , x p.. - si '
is at the service of the public at any lime It
may be xif e le-i, aud U gotten vp ia as fine style
as any farther east.
of sll bi&vs coiiataiitly ou l.aud,
At EaHtorn Prices
VTe are doin business on
stuictly cash phetciples
and by attention to buKTness and thetrantBot
the community, expect in the future as in the
last toreceiyj the
Urrmase of the puhlia
XIcrALI & CO,
:.t; -. : a ,-. .f i :
.1 si . ; i .. - i
- r - "'- ;
DEPOT OF MUSIC!
Z:o. 9 Foart
' vrholcsale and retail DerJers ih
1 1 1 "SI
Ciiickeririg Son's Pianos
Wlilcli Trore awarded tho
Cress of tha LEGION cf HONOB,
FIRST GOLD MEDAL
AT PARIS EXPOSITION, 1S7.
ILTV'AElE &, CO.,
BALLET, DATIS & CO.,
NEW YORK UNION GO.
HatiGiial, Combination &Cahlnet
33asoji & Hamlin's
All orders should be addressed to
J iw JLf i JCa. ilirent.
'.' Peru Livery Stable.
- CHARLES GEADE,
. ; - Dealer in
11 TOntl- or Stoolc.
Horss Uoug'h.t, Sold, or Hxc&aaged.
Stock Boarded by the Day or Week.
' MY STATU. ES sre storked with jrood norsos and
buecries. pernons wisiiii z fnvevtince to anv ror-
tion of the Nemaha Land X)idtrict can t ftcconimo-
Peru z Brownville Coacit
leaves triv fttables every rnornincr at 10 o'clock A.
M. PHcseneert or packHire-i saiViy conveyed. Or-
ders le;l with the Postniii-sters will be proniptly at-
tenaea to. i,(i-hra
Also Agent for
. Singer Sewintr
THE APPETITE FOR TCDACCO
Leave off Fsln?: fliat Poisenous
One box of PetVTU's rir?paratlnn Is vnmitiut f a
destroy tiie appetite for tobacco in any pej-son, no
matter how strong the liabit m:iy be. If It fails in
ii.. vwc iue immey mil oe rerunaea. ilunureLs
have US-d it Who are willirxr to hrar n.-itnti m tK
fact that DeWit s lYeparation completely destroy
theappetite for tobuei'o ar d leaves the person aafri-e
from uny desire for it a before he commenced its one.
nrauniauysii.H and Harmless in I riwua T.
preparations acts directly upon tliesameirlands and
.secreuorf ai;eciei ny t,t!cco. and thromrh these
u w:i i" oiooo. inoroiitrLir c ean n? the Unn nt
ter using DeWiU's rieparation. Itecoliect it war-
niiicuif iif i ill fiHrii n tiuiru tt.nL'u.iriw.r.
The fiillowins are a few
iuae oi recommendations in our possession:
From C. A. Hodger. St. touts, JIo.J
St. Lot-is, Mo., April 21, 1 9M.
I Iierery certify that I have used tobacco for twen
ty years post, and for the last ten yeaas I have used
two pounds j"r month. I hnve m:xte nttemjasto
leave olfr.t did'orvnt times. I have left ort" one year
at a time, but nhva-s continued to hanker after it
until I ued lc itt s Preparation, wliicli has com
pletely cjrd me o! tiie uppetife for tobacco. I
would rf"onimend all who are lurected Willi this ter-
riDle haoit to try the i rer.uration.
C A. ROBERTS.
From John Knipe, St. Louis, Mo.
This is to cf-rtify that I have used tobacco (Vir mch.
teen years; tried many times to leave off, bur have
buiiiti-u .s iiiucu irom a dizziness m my bean and I
nit; ai my siomacn mat l nave mxjii jciven up
the trial. A irieud ad vise-1 me to use your prepara
tion, and it completely cured me
From V. A. Smith, Columbus, Ohio.
f VtT I'xrti r-u Tnl. 1A oo
I hereby certifv thnt one box "of your Preparation
j . , w. .i use lii luoacco.
. A. SMTTTT.
From M'm. Espy, Springicld, Ta.ss.
T.... - SrRrtnnra.i, AainistS. istjj.
x u.-truoue oox oi your Preparation, and it cured
ev sent hr , i u, ,. Hwe. juun-
in - - IF A i- , VIJlllCSU
CHATIT.V'4 lit'U'TT ra
Livery, Sale, Feed and Exchange
Corner Main and Levee Streets,
Uwys, Sells and Exchanges
stock, cin pdopebh,
ITa3 Itre Stock Corrall cIohp toKtenr.-i Vei-.
ry linaing. btabie ac.-oiaiiiodutiona for
Pintle and Match Hordes, Buggies and Car
riages id wayg on hand for sale.
W. M. WYETII & CO.,
.v. "Wliolesale Denier ia
HARDY ARE, CUTLERY,
Karnes, Skirting and all kinds of
SADDLERS LEATHER L HARDYARE,
4Agests for Dijon's Circrtr Saws and
HAItVIxV3 8AFE3. .
Ko. b, South Third, bet. Felix A EJmond Sta.
. , , T.J08Ern,!IO. 4-3ly
I --Li V.
ivmsr daily. Alllotters of i;.r.,;W ,.,.... i ' '
ered. Price of frenarnMon i t, k. ".'.T
coe'3 corcn uaesazi.
A SURE REMEDY FOR
j ' j "7
AND WILL RELIEVE
T"rrears it hxa bppn hnnfhoM m?5c!a and
DwihMn, anxious for tiie saietv of tt!ir childron.
and ail who sailer from nv divfaseof the throat,
chft nnd Uiiisr. cannot fl.r.l to be without it. In
addition to ti.e ortim-vT f-'i-f oanc so Sonir In the
markt-t, we row furniau oji mamrnoti (a-vn.iy size
botttex. which wiii, in cotuuiun wiii Uie ouxxt sue,
be found at a.l Urug Stores.
The Talsam will he found lnvainnhle. an.T may
ways be reiied upon in the most e.ttmiie cas!.
The testimony of all who have nsed It for this
Tlhie rtiseswe durln? the lat ten years, is, taat it in
variably relieves and cures it.
Keep yonr throat wet w!Mi the Balaam
little and oiten and you wul very soon hud rei;et.
tlarl Colds and Coiihsr
Yield at oce to a steady tis of this jrreat remedy.
It wul succeed in giving relit; where ail other rem
dies have foiled.
Soreness cf trie Tllroct, Ciest
I nr proenrinff end 1mmeditaly taiin
Coe's t'oiitch K!i!-un, when trouble! with any of tiie
abovenftmed- ptithcHities. They are all premonitory
symptom f CoasumpUon, and. if not arrested, will
sooner or later sweep you away into the vaiiey
shadows from wluca uone can ever reture.
f.inr a enre-wom sufTerer has fonnd relief and
day rejolfes that her lire ha.s been mai'.p easy
prolonged oy ttie use or Loe s cougu jitiLsam
Among: tli e Many- Testimonials in oar
Possession, wehsvt only room
for tlie following i
Xev Haven, Qmn, Ckt. 17, 13G5.
Messrs. C. O. CijinTt ft Co.:
Oknti.emen-, I feel it a dnty and pleasnre to 5lve
you the benefit of my efiwriehee in the use of C')e's
t'outrh B!sm. From takius? a heavy cold, I w;w
taken down with the congestion of the lui.", nnd
continued to fail, nnder tiie best carenntiiI wiw
given up by the mist compliant medical aotTiority.
to die. There seemed nothing but strangulation and
deat'j before me. 1 was told thut further medical attendant-
and medicine was usele-w, nnd I was re
siuef! to death, w lien a friend, who had been rrently
benefitted by usin the Ihtl im. broneh t me a bottle.
This was alter I had done with the doctor and medi
cine, and I continued to improve, until mycouh
siopsed, and my lcmTS healed, and srotwell. I umii
ten ti."-iies. I remain, geu-s, with creat TT't,
1 Our OO t se! V t, JtlUA v t-i.IV,
UU "Vaahlngton St, Sew Havea.Ct.
I it Short,
The peonI know the article, and It needs no com
ment from ns. It la tot sale by every Iruggist and
Dealers In Medicines txtue l uitea Mates.
TIIE C. G. CLARK. CO.,
Sole Proprietors, Xew Haven, Ct.
READ! REAE!! READ III
THE ATTENTION OF TIIE PUIXIC
3S CALLED TO TTIS
WORLD'S GREAT REMEDT
COE'5 DYSPEPSIA CURE.
This preparation Is prrnwirtced fc-vTvsnent!csa.i
the only tnown remeuv that will siirefv cure that
aggravating and fatal roalalv. 'or years it nwept
on its feanul tide, carryinir before i U aa untimely
:rave, iu miiuoiis oi sunerers.-
Coe's DjspepsLi Cureliajtcnme
to tiie llcscuc.
Indigestion, Dypep.iia, Sick Ecadac7i, Sourness
r JL cidity of Stomach, Rising of Food,
Flatulency, Lassitude, Wea--rincss,
ting in Death.
Are as surelycured by thli potent remedv u fhm
patient takes it. Altnontrh but Ave years before the
!eople, what is the ver-lict of the masHes Ueax
what Lester Sexton, of iliiwaukee, says :
Fcom Lester Sexton, of Mllwackee.
Muwackie. Jan. It lA'.s.
Messrs. C. G. Clark A On -
lioin mvseir ana wire hire d r,., -r., :
remely. r have no hpsifarrnn in .h .",
,, , . ery resie.-tfu;!v,
(Signed) LiiSTOl Svttt.v
w t. "Tjiicit 1 1 1 tii i its ii.se.
A Great III ess in sr.
From Ker. L. F. Ward, Avon, Lorain Co., 0.7
Messr. Strong Armttrfmg,
trFXTLKXiex It (rives me (rret wurnr. tv.t.
that in v wife has derived irra.t le:itit frm t,.T,u
I of Coe's Dyspesia fure. .sh been for a number
of years greatly troubled with Dysperwia, accomn.
raea wua violent Daroxvsma of ronnm!imi
so prostrated her tiiat niie was all the while, for
A.i'juiii:-!, uiiaui'; 11 n lf HMyLiirr'i;. ?ne toric at voi r
GKKAT BKXF.KlT Fltoif IT. ami is n.,w
,.i-wii, v 1- , . i-iiiii i!re. ftnn tii,..
! fitivelv weAl. Mi reirar(U tiiia medicine u a
-i . . .. -
Jan. .Litis, 13.
L. F. WARD.
The Rev. T.a kn . ttt t- .
fi.it if i,..,h i. " .::',",..n,r"y. iinen
- ---- wAA-rrva iiiiil. la I tvr k 1 ; lI h a j
. vaa-c& lCUirUi
Any tfrcc-iit In th
take the tr"uble to enou re. u.t ov.- i k . k,.
fit&m0!' r,PitHin.from them .-reika
, UAuf u"iuaiuied praise of iu great meU.cmal
Coe's Cyspeysia Cure
VHl a, no be found invaTuah'e !n a!l ca.. oHMarrben
iJysemery. ColU-. S.m,merC..nM!int. f;riTia.na
1 sl'lfl ryrder-dc.i,.!,, of tielmai-h.
Mflpe botue.orbyappcauoato .
THE C. G. CL.1IIK CO.,
13-M-Od si&Ie Trcr-Hef rtra. -Cii TTiTon r
In tr.e t'i ;tr!rt C
a. d. l - . CW1?, O
5;ite of NfbrsK fv, in !.h
3-..IA .i.:na, tii-1 oa t.'ia i
','i'-i'y nf '.
1 ti.e her r'':.::o i
'ourt in and fur u;.
N'rj!ca, cftaria? sa.-J
wr.ti er'- and v:
triiti , " -r
RP.d Uii'.t a.ihonrh dci-a-Unt m i l1 :
to prov;;e u:taui miiit;nan f, -hM
sci-xiy, wanun.y, ani crnf' ' .
"i to do so; and a.-k;.i that jU'
from ti.e aid KniwruiJiiiw. Jit
You, K 'jti Coliiri.i ar tsnrprr r---H.iiJ
r'tititi on or befl. th , n:v?
1). hJ). or U.e itixm w:.i l m . . "4y
A X w L r
J. N. r.eynolds, Atty.
Xotlee of nard inn's .Sale of jTT
In ptirxumr ni"n order of tJie tv ,
the county i NernaL-a. anl uite of'
td at the .-r tTT!br um of me w it - "
A. I, and cor.rirnie.1 at the i,r Jt""'
t;on "X. 'l'cwp,;
down, the ha..i:
tri p-r rfiu .'
ir one, two ii
In pnrnance of an ordf r of
i O-iinty of "emaji and St'a
nnted on the i"thrtv of ,JL.VU
v city of Brownvs.iV, on tii I;
oi.t-r for Fai at ru'iiic
Tues'Iay the itn d?r of Jar.tiar- V
ocliiv p.m., srvn fie fpniw ti
cribed r-.l est.tt. Ti,Ate.f in tne .
ha and Mare of Zebras a. t,vw;t- ?'?-:
q;n!rter of the n-.rta evt q iar"i
and eiitht t.-, cf the norm fnut tr-iL"".
aectioil fifteen Li, townsii:p St "
fiirTeen lt), east, con-a rcing tj vi
The above d-sTiSed land has Ihr-r J"1
timber on it. forty acre broke nl i--go-Hl
houses and "plenty of runn'rr. iT4
Terms made known on tiav of
.... K'V. li; rT
AfTvtiinit7!rtr of the Estate of V" '
Canrd'.nn Sal f Kcal EUfc
n pnruance cf an Order of the rC7
! t oury of Nemaha and th jitasi-,'
execitrd fn the b.i n tiay of bvr,,
icec-.- v ot nrownv-,e. on tti d:u .
o r - r t h I e u t p u o i ic a u ct io n r v l)u, 7-th--lt
nay of J :i ry. a.d. W K
diMir of tbe Court il-mne in w,1
i:ic lwnuv-;7 UT.i;'-!! nai etai
v.onpiyor jemauriti rn or .'.--
i-ot ao. 11 in iiiccK . IH trr t-
w?tn tne appurtenances thert x'.
ihk Known on tne iu? of ai
(iuart a"! r h, -Perorrext
Porter. Attorney lort-iur.,
Taken np fer r?:A nn.ler':re'l. lh ,
half ror't scn.Jh-weM- of Apiiiwvi' a h
county bra.ka. on the "id.,r ni UJ.
liirtit bay hore poney, dart mane and .a
to be three year old ; star ia lore i ,
brtnda iat,reils. iijivi -j
Tsitea np Vy the nndersied. liv nc m
miles outa of i ;in P.-k, on tiie ll at wv
b!ivic ponv. about five years old. w.m rm
a little white on inside of rilit hind a
round, no marnj or brands.
1-V"t CTI.nS Tl tT7
Tnlcen rp by th nTu!r;;rred,
south of P-ru, on Honey t reii. -i :
cember, l.ni-t, one II a )t "Yeari.n iit, "i
lert er and ucderbit in the right.
Takrn tip fin my fi rm, in In pm':rt
three in.t-t nonh-west of Pt-ni.onfilr.-
red bull, witi soote white on beiv. brukMi
I and cros on leit hip, leit horn s .-n; r i-
vi:, on ra.M;!,t the l.ji of rpeec.b-f. am
Cow, sr.rne white sp-ii-i. r.iriJ ut u-rv
crop od'leiTr ear, cliii in ri-r.t. tJcrrn
or ninpyesrs oi. lU -"-'. LM. M ui
One l.st srrin iV'-nif. il enrs nd i
ken up Noven.ber rh, I.-h--. on rr fxrr. t s
qrecinct. ll-j-p: DAXIiLtXii
wwpii mil i isosws
Kccomicon 'i.d Ly
SCIKXTIFIC MFX ETFRYTZl
Ai THE BEST
Hcincdy yet Discoren
Diseases of the Ulood, LiTer, Z
AND A3 A
GCXERA L II EA L TII RESTCZZ
Purifies Ctc B7God,
Imjiroves the Appetite,
And Imparts Tone, Sircrnthrxid
Vivacity f the Whole
So that persons nsin? It fp.-T f .": thef S
an en:i;o new
Is liccommcvdrd hy the
Beat 1 'Ay .: urns Kir
'yr.l IT, Tinw f t!
Formerly V .r of I"hy..ey ir.i"
olnL'ical Ar. ; -nv Ji tiie Midd '
Medical C-.; u-, C-ief sturzet)n state-'
Carolina, ! ui.-l fee w.r. Vic-?
Georgia Mc i-cul Assclc.U3 :
Mr, Ldu-rmcr: I hv--ra.i'?Ty cxssJ
your formula for the Uu.-vAI'Lls. and x.
mendeil it to fevei':'-l of my
combination is a lur r.v r"e' atl''
a potent roniiV.y i:i :uil:-faM- re-jSir-J-virtues
of a refttalu-r.iUveinedic.iii.
you success. ...r-
f. or.iN D.y
Baltimore, April lv.
T? A ltt m o n k, Mi., M irrM. -4
I believo Dr. Lawn-m-e "Kij2"
to be the He-t Alrcratnc in Use. n-J
fore cheerfully rv.nnnend It n ui-ft. .
Tl LO M AS J. lit Y Kl', l
r.LTi:.,.;tf:. Feeary rti
r. J". J. Ixiurf"f- lieariir Ita'i'.
ure in recommending your IUjAiiA
a very power'ui alterative. ,
Yours tmiy, iu V. CAJL3. 3L J.
"VVfckno-wPr. Lawrence n.!."
A KAfn n Jiff rol -i! I!..ni.ivii .t iLilu
- -. - . . v ..... 'ii .iir. . ' . . .,
pleasare in rconuucud.ns It l-r fr
ion and pal-Uc.
J II Moore, M n F; Fame. M P.
Ii A Smith, M l, K W Kmz. M U
J I f V '..nteiv.!, f V, S Wfi.lwa.-i, J
H If r.iirhnri ? I W T flrewer, M
W r 1) i -,-M !, --v- , i:u: ., M
V,"il. v, (., Jr.nn.--ir.-Tin. i-'" .
uKor Tej.tin-.oni.il .f Kkmakkabi 1
S-ri "Ilijsaiai;.- A luianac" t.r tru. year-
Prejrfi.rtvl at the Lbcm ;ory of
Dr. J. J. Lawrence & C
2Jb Lclluiwre Xre t, BALTIXOSi
General Arrcnu for the North lV
Statf, to wliuui oi-d.-rs should be auuT1'
Nosi. 82 and 61 -Main Street
Dealer In ail kin -!-! of stoolc. Hordes 5'.
sold and eTf-;:.nr;e'i. mo 1; bard UJ
llie Prri i'-' r hi? rent!verwte.lclit
new, Uirffe and c -n in!.-.iu. stai-e. n.v
l i.:rownvi:;. li -i --. ;; Kt-x-s i1 Ea
and veh i.-;.- rw. lhe r -.L-iie caa be
inodatetl at all hor.rs.
V stock: com!!. -wir!i an -nndaa
Of pure water, attached to the sialic
:ne at )'; Ktion or vndue on s -
tlav t( -i.niary. A. 1 . l- m, at 1 o c '."'"
S.'nil licir. nr-it trie prmti in 4
t ounty. Lie t,t :.'!! (I-hsttm-i gf .
In the !! nr 7 ( r-a-a and f '":
wiu Tbe siii.'ii han'of tne Brr.u..
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