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G. W. Fairbrotlier & Co.,
YablliHtira fc Ptojirletar.
Sutscripticn,A$2,00 Per Year In Advance.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY.
2"ow York City Is beingligbted with
electric light, and two thousand lamps
will be placed in private buildings by
. o i m
Tho Omaha Republican makes a very
pertinent reflection in saying that the
Lincoln Globe is a "miniature reflection
of the Omaha 33c
The cry comes from Topeka, Kas.,
for help for the destitute colored peo
ple. They ask for money, food, cloth
ing, and bed clothing, in this terrible
An Ohio gentleman, by tho namo of
Gurfield, who sometime ago was elected
to the U. S. Senate, declines that honor,
and has so notified tho legislature now
The Omaha Republican's position on
the Senatorial fight iB like unto that of
Tnc AnvEKTiSEit, .believing in fair
play, courtesy and gentlemanly treat
ment toward all the candidates.
Blizzard! We thank thee, "West, for
teaching us that word. It is a good
name for it. Philadelphia Press.
Another good word is "Cavort" add
it to "Webster. It will often express
the idea when no other word will do
it its well. Inter Ocean.
Governor Long, of Massachusetts.
in his inaugural address, on tho flth
inst, urges the more thorongh enforce
ment of the liquor laws, and recom
mends giving to
women the right 'f suffrage,
for Governor Long.
It is not yet known who the hogs
belonged to, but anyone who has lost a
couple of bo vines had better call on
Officer Watkins. Xebraska City News.
That fellow.who doesn't know a
hog from an ox, prides himself on his
Democracy, and grapples with the Su
preme court decision in tho Olive case
Tha Republican legislators of Mich
igan, in caucus, have nominated Con
gressman 0. D. Conger for the U. S.
Senate, long term, by a vote of 59 to 57
for Bagley, his opponent. II. P. Bald
win was nominate! for the vacancy
occasioned by the -death of Senator
A few days ago the Lincoln Globe
sat down on another sand bur, and
howled fearfully when it imagined
Hon. Church Howe was a candidate
for tho chairmanship of tho State Far
mer's Alliance; but now it transpires
that Howe was not u candidate, and
the Globe man rade another ass of
It cannot ba charged that he (Pad
dock) is diBhonest. Bloomington Ar
gus. You mean that anyono having any
respect for truth or decency will not
make such a charge; but, mind you,
such papers si3 the Lincoln Globe or
- -arc1 -, -"S - -fc -i. -- r
Omaha Bee can charge anything, lie
about anybody, and prove nothing.
ilore than one hundred If. P. rail
road strikers were shipped to Lincoln
to help in electing Church Howe to be
speaker of the hoase, but-they lacked
several votes. Lincoln Globe.
That may or may not be true, and
yet Mr. Kowe can muster about as
much solid strength as any man in the
State.' Like Gen. Grant at Chicago, no
one man could muster such solid back
ing; and only th cry of anything or
anybody to defeat Howe, regardless of
merit, ability or efficiency, dafeated
Time ha proven that the Lincoln
(Vo6cdraw upon its imagination in
ther words lied when it said Church
Howe wanted to be the president of
the State AJliance. The Globe itself
says that Mr. Howo was not at the
meeting. There is mi man in ths State
that stands better with the farmers
than Church Howe; and no legislator
will do more for such legislation as
the farmers want thau he; and ere
long he will make the best speech be
fore some Alliance that will be made,
and will stand more highly and as
much respected before the Alliance as
any Globe demagogue may ever expect
Eaton, of the Globe, was kicked out
of the Biooraingtou land office because
tf numerous charges beiug made
against him for dishonesty in adminis
tering the affairs of his office, and Con
lee has been ill-natured ever since he
failed to get the Beatrice post-office.
Hence the opposition of the Globe to
Senator Paddock. This is the pith of
their afflictions. Blooixinglon Argil's.
And that is the virtuous Eaton? Well
it is only another instance where the
fellow who cries "thief" the loudest
does so to divert attention from him
self. But tho Argus didn't take.in that
other fellow who hangs around the
Globe office who would probably have
Bpent a season pounding stone in strip
ed clothes had it not been for Church
Howe. That's a "had lot," sure.
The defeat of Hon. Church Howe
for tha speakership is now worrying
the Lincoln Globe even more than its
fear of his election did; and "it winds
up its Week's 'work, Saturday, with
over a column on tho speakership.
There seerasto ;be no happiness for
the curs of thatmiserable outfit so
long as the Nemaha lion is in their
path. But he is there, all the same,
and their yelping is not in the least an
noying him. They now whine for
fear that Mr. nowe will do something
to injure Lincoln, on account of alleg
ed treachery of the Lancaster legisla
tors. But Mr. Howe is not that kind
of a man; and the city of Lincoln, for
whom the Globe is only self-appointed
to speak, need have no fear" of Mr.
Howe from a revenge stand-point, at
least. If he owes any of the Lancas
ter statesmen anything he, in due
time will pay them, but he harbors no
grudge against the city of Lincoln.
Oldost Paper in tho State
2TE33ASKA STATE PAHMERS' ALLI
ANCE. The Organization.
On the 5th inst., at Lincoln an organ
ization of the above name was effected.
Delegates from many of the counties
of the State were in attendance, and
much interest and earnestness was ap
parent in the object for which this con
vention of farmers had assembled. J.
Burrows, of Gage, was chosen to pre
side over the preliminary deliberations
of the convention; and G.M. Hodge, of
Dodge, was chosen secretary. All
practical, operative farmers present
were invited to participate in the organ
ization of the State Alliance. Tho fol
lowing constitution was adopted:
"We, farmers of the state of Xebras
ka, being convinced that an oiganiza
tion is necessary for the protection and
development of our industrial interests,
for the purpose of effecting such an
organization, do adopt the following
article I. "
Section 1. This organization shall
bo known as the Xebraska Stato Farm
Sec. 3. The members of this Alliance
shnll consist ot delegates from the dif
ferent subordinate Alliances of the
state of Xebraska.
Sec. 3. Each subordinate Alliance
shall be entitled to representation in
the State Alliance a3 follows, viz: To
one delegate for each subordinate Al
liance, and to one additional delegate
for each twenty-five members of Euch
Sec. 1. This Alliance shall have jur
isdiction over all subordinate Alliances
now organized, or which may hereaf ter
be chartered by this State Alliance in
tho state of Xebraska. It shall havo
the sole right and power to grant, sus
pend, or revoke charters, originate and
regulate the means of its own support,
and to receive and docide appeals, and
deteminealliuestions of law and usage,
subject to the Xational Alliance.
Sec. 1. The officers of this Alliance
shall consist of a president, one vice
president for each judicial district of
tho state, a aecretary and a treasurer,
who shall be elected by ballot at the
annual meeting in September, and an
executive committee of three, who
shall be elected, one for one year, one
for two yeari and one for three years,
and thereafter annually, who shall serve
Sec. 2. The president, vice-presftlenls,
aecretary and treasurer shall perform
the duties prescribed in Cushiug's
ARTICLE IV, FINANCE.
Sec. 1. Each subordinate Alliance
ishall pay annually into the treasury of
the Stato Alliance ten cents tor each
member. of such subordinate Alliance.
Sec. 1. There shall be a finance coin
mittco composed of five, named by the
president, and subjoct to the approval
of tho Alliance, which shall audit all
bills before they are paid, and shall ex
amine the books and accounts of the
treasurer and report as to their con
dition on the day or night of every
Sec. 1. The regular meetings of this
Alliance shall be annually on tho first
Wednesday after tho first Monday in
Sec. 1. Xo person shall ba admit tted
as a member of any subordinate Al
liance in this state, unless lie shall be a
practical operative farmer.
Sec. 1. After the adoption of this
constitution no person shall he entitled
to a vote in or to take part in the delib
erations of the State Alliance, without
having credentials from a chartered
subordinate Alliance, duly signed bv
its president and secretary.
Sec. 1. This constitution may be
amended at any annual meeting of the
Alliance by a two-thirds voto of the
Sec. 2. By-laws may be made not
conflicting with this constitution.
The following officers "were elected
for the first term of the State Alliance:
President, E. P. Ingersoll, of Johnson;
vice presidents, G. II. Gale, of Gage,
first judicial district; W. W. West of
Otoe, second; Allen Root of Douglas,
third; Geo. Seibhart of Hamilton,
fourthrL J.Saville of Buffalo, fifth;
I). Hayno of Boone, sixth; secretary, 4J.
Burrows of Gage; treasurer, W. A.
Town of Thaver.
The following resolutions were ad
Resolved, That we invito the atten
tion of the legislature of Xebraska to
the well known abuses and evils which
exist in the management of the corpor
ations operating railroads wholly or in
part in this
stato, among which we
woniu enumerate tne loiiowmg, viz:
The carriage of freight for citizens of
other states and other countries at
lower rates than for tho citizens of
Xebraska; giving individual citizens
of this state special privileges and rates
out of proportion to those given to the
public in general; giving individual
citizens secret rates.
The maintenance of subsidiary
organizations, through which rates are
madelunnecessarily high, and the reven
ues of the roads depleted before they
reach the stockholders:
Tho watering of stock, or capitaliza
tion of surplus earnings:
The charging of rates for transporta
tion which are not in proportion to
cost of service and distance carried and
discriminations against local aud non
competing points, which tend to dis
courage the location of wholesale
houses and manufacturing establish
ments in Xebraska:
The lack of that publicity in methods
and responsibility to the public which
properly belongs to organizations exer
cising a great public function like that
of operating public highways:
The use of money and patronage to
control elections, and the use of money
or other improper means to control leg
islation in this stato:
And we respectfully ask the legisla
ture of the state of Xebraska to inaug
urate measures calculated to
Rcsolced, That tho industrial and
commercial interests of the north wesc
demand the early opening anu improve-
ment of the Missouri and Mississippi
rivers, and the completion of the
Rcsolced, That the Omaha and Platts -
mouth bridges having been builtby the
aid of munificent grants of lands and
money belonging to the people, the ex
orbitant and extortionate tolls now
charged for their use should be reduced
to the regular rates of the corporations
using the same.
Rcsolced, That the scheme proposing
the withdrawal of large tracts of
western lands from the operations of
the homestead laws and allowing the
same to be monopolized by incorporat-
e J capital, is opposed to the true inter
ests of the people.
Resolced, That our present legislature
is hereby requested to memorialize con
gress in favor of legislation carrying
out the above views.
Resolced, That the legislature should
elect a United States senator who is
publicly pledged to support by voice
and vote just and adequate legislation
for the promotion of the cause of cheap
Resolced, That we hereby respectful ly
request tho legislature of Xebraska, at
its session of 18S1. to pass adequate
laws for the enforcement of the pro
visions of sec. 1 and 7 of art. 11 of the
constitution of Xebraska.
Resolced, That the secretary bo re
quested to furnish copies of these reso
lutions to the president of the senate,
to the speaker of the house, and to
each member of the present legislature
Resolved. That it is the sense of this
meeting that when the members re
turn to their respective homes they
call mass meeting for the purpose of
awakening a deep interest in the ob
jects of the Alliance in the minds of
Resolced, That the secretary be
authorized to make an estimate of the
amount of money required to meet the
current expenses of tho Alliance for
the coming year, and that the execu
tive committee collect the amount In
voluntary contribution from tho Sub
ordinate Alliances, which amount shall
be credited said Alliances upon their
dues at the next annual meeting.
A rote of thank3 was tendered all
papers favorable to the objects of the
Alliance, and all papers in the State
were requested to publish the proceed
ings. An executive committee was
appointed consisting of "W. C. D. Sh ru
der of Lancaster; H. C. Biglow, of
Thayer, and T. P. McCarty of Cass.
Mr. Daily's Shorthorns.
"We find tho following in the Rural
Nebraska for December:
Hon. Win. Daily, Peru, Xemaha Co.
Xeb., U. S. Marshal for Xebraska, is a
breeder of pure bred Shorthorn cattle,
which he is improving every year,
making it a rule to cut out everything
but the best specimens of his herd, and
put them into beef unless of the high
est standard of excellence for breeding
purposes. Mr. Daily has been a resi
dent of Xebraska for twenty years; ho
has a farm of 400 acres, principally in
tamegrassos. Timothy and bluo grass
havo succeeded admirably, but clovor
has.not done so well, except in the
orchards, but he confesses that he has
not given clover a good show. The
herd of shorthorns numbers nearly SO
head, the larger part being females
kept for breeding purpose, the demand
for bulls, from that part of the Stale,
keeping pace with tho growth of the
herd. Mr. Win. Coddington, of Sheri
dan, lias also a nice herd of about 30
Shorthorns, and many farmers are im
proving their herds with high grade
and pure-bred stock.
Mr. Daily says to the farmers of Xe
braska that tho cheapest and best beef
that can be produced, is niado of high
grade cattle, well-fed till they are IS
to 22 months old, as they make more
beef, and better beef for the amount
fed, than can be had in any other way;
j the great problem "for the West being
embraced in the securing or early ma
turity and the minimum cost of fitting
for market. It is the prediction of the
Rural that the race of cattle is now in
sight, that fills this bill, judging from
the tread of thought and the efforts
making by the leading farmers of the
West in this direction. Xumerous ex
periments havo recently been mado in
feeding this class of cattle, at from 1.1
to 20 months, and more beef can be pil
ed on at this age if of the proper grado
and breed for less feed and money,
than any other age, when the basis is
the right one to build on. This is tho
lesson for the grain growing and stock
farming men of Xebraska; they must
learn it now, and the sooner the better.
Cheap transportation, the cardinal doc
trine of Rural Nebraska, i3 preached in
a vigorous and emphatic language by
Mr. Daily, in his demand for enhanced
values and intrinsic worth on the farm.
Xocalf should go to bed hungry, (or
child either) but should be kept to the
development of its full growing muscle
and bono making, flesh-producing, con
dition and then no animal should need
or require more than 100 days of abso
lute stable-feeding, to bring it to the
highest development, with the least
amount of expense of feed to fit it for
The season of extreme high feeding
should not occur in the dead of winter,
because more beef can be made in mod
erate weather, when less fuol or food
is necessary to keep up the requisite
animal heat; for comfort produces fat.
Of course artificial means can be sup
plied, and should be supplied in the
way of protection from cold and wet.
Ml Daily h;ip.qiiite a number of cat
tie ffcw arket. among which
are sever. do nndlie,fel'-s- an(i ne re
gards spaying-ira-a desirable means of
regulating the amoitnt of breeding
stock which farmers wish to keep on
The Arapahoe (Furnas Co.) Fjoneer,
speaks thus confidently:
To Those fanners who now own
farms in our county wo say, "hold f;'st
that which thou hast;" keep out ot
debt, and above all things keep your
homestead free of incumbrance. " To
thoso seeking a good location, where
land is good and comparatively cheap.
I we say come to Furnas county, Xebras-
ka. If you want to make a home you
j will find no better place in the United
; States. If you want to buv land that
i is sure to rapidly increase in
i vou can find it in this countr.
A whal recentiy shipped from the
' . i -i -rn p,;Mnn Tf
; FaciGc. 1S on exhibition in Chicago. It
is CO feet long, and perfect in all its
! parts, except being disemboweled.
In Chicago last week 34 death oc
curred from diphtheria and 14 from
Epes Sargent died at Boston recent
ly, aged 72. He was the author of the
song: "A lifo on the ocean wave," etc.
Mr. William Yanderbilt, on Christ
mas Day, made each of his daughters
a present of 1,000 shares of Lake Shore
stock market value of each Cpresent,
John Buckles is in the hands of the
sheriff at LeRoy, 111., for horse steal
ing, and is to go to Jackson county,
Kansas, for trial.
At Laporte, Iud., a boy named Dwy
er, in the habit of jumping on and off
the cars, was recently run over and
J. W. Harris, near Princeton, 111.,
was recently fatally gored by a bull.
Fred Meyer was killed by the cars at
Indianapolis, 3d inst.
BeruardGaffrey and John McDon
ald.miners, were killed recently at Car
bondale, Pa., by top coal falling on
At Bradford Pa., last week, Richard
Curry was burned to death.
Xear Wtoster, 0., a 12. year old girl
named Wilson, was recently frozen to
death while returning home from
An aesthetic Bostonian, after view
ing Sarah Bernhard't paintings, sent
her a commission to paint his barn
a nocturne in red.
In Brooklyne, 3d inst., Jas. Walsh
stabbed to death Miss Barbara Groen
thal because she refused to marry him.
He then jumped into the canal bat was
fished out before he was dead.
AtXewark. X. J. recently "Dr." H.
W. Gedicke was convicted of criminal
malpractice, and sentenced to ten years
in the penitentiary. He was quite a
prominent man, being an"ractive poli
tician, member of the Common Council,
and chairman of tho police committee.
Judge Tourgee is dramatizing his
novel, "A Fool's Errand," and is call
ing "Hands off" to all persons aiding
aim abetting the bringing out of any
Illinois claims to have made half the
fanning machinery made in the United
States last year, $27.7 17,000.1
The Safe Deposit Company of San"
Francisco has laid down an iron vault
L weighing 800,000 pounds. It is behev-
ed to be tlio largest in cue world.
est in the world.
Otto Diessel, a leading lawyer of
. ' T-
Columbus, Ohio, and a member of the
legislature, suicided 3th inst. by shoot
ing himself. Supposed cause, financial
MAKI1TG A SENATOB HT NEVADA.
The Democratic Laislators
Strike a Bon
ViuciNiA Citv, Kev., Jan. 3. The
Legislature mot here to-day and organ
ized without delay. Interest cenieis
in the forthcoming election of "United
States' Senator. James G. Fair, the
bonanza princo, arrived here Saturday,
preceded by a large case of cigars and a
whole cargo of champagne. This pre
paration for tho Senatorial fight did not
cause a depression, but inspired the
average politician with a high regard
for the wisdom and foresightedness of
tho leading candidate. At the opening
of the canvass last fall, as soon as tlte
nominations for the Legislature were
made, Mr. Fair sent each of the Demo
cratic, candidates a check for:$500,with
a letter asking him to accept the con
tribution towards his political expenses
from a friend who cherished a high re
gard for him and hoped for his election.
This delicate tribute seems to have won
the hearts of the Nevada Democrats,
who have a majority of tho Legislature,
but they still expect Mr. Fair to see
that tho wheels of progress are
well oiled. The opposition to him will
be very slight, and perhaps merely
nominal, as, in tho slang of this sec
tion, he seems to havo a pinch on this
Legislature, and will squeeze an elec
tion out of it without dilliculty. Some
Democrats have raised an objection to
Mr. Fair because of his well-known
liheral political sentiments, While ho
hits always trained with the Democrats,
and has generally voted their ticket,
there is a feeling among the IZourbon
Democrats that ho is not so firmly estab
lished in the faith as they would desire
Senators to be, and messages have been
sent her6 from the Domocratic man
agers of the Eastern Stato3 to secure
positivo plodges from Mr. Fair that in
case of his election ho will assist Demo
crats to obtain control of tho Senate
and will vote with them on party ques
tions. Republicans feel quite surethat
Mr. Fair will not be a political Senator,
but will vote at all times with the side
upon which his personal interests lie.
Fred Xye of tho Omaha Republican,
in his Lincoln letter of the 5th, refer-',
ring to the election of the Spe.iker. says : ,
The inside of tho fight over the speak-
ership seems to he that Lancaster coun-"
ty deserted Church Howe at a lato iuo-1
liient aud beat him. Two years ago '
Howe worked with all his might for!
Lancaster county in her attempt to
secure the capital appropriation; andj
now verily he hath his reward. Lan-I
caster is a county thatknoweth of noth- J
ing but the flesh-pots. It has neither
gratitude nor conscience. I
had forgotten to say that I do not be-'
lievo Church Howe altogether defunct..
That is to say, he will still remain in
the house, and he has a few friends i
who died with him who will probably
remain in Lincoln during the session. '
Tf, incidentally, Mr. Howe and his,
friends can return the compliment
paid them by Lancaster county and
another locality or two. it is expected
that the compliment will be returned.
Female -re.iUness. cacscd by.dernhRe-1 kld
ners. Derinnnentlrand nosltlrpfx- cnrt tiv
I the use of Prof. Gullmettee'fi French Kidney
P3. For sale by W. H. McCreery.
mURSDAY, JANUARY 13. 1881. .
In looking over the standing com
mittees of the legislature, we find Sen
ator Daily chairman of "Public Chari
ties," and Internal Improvements, and
on the committees: Federal Relations,
Agriculture, Military, Mines and Min
erals. Our representatives in the low
er house we find distributed amongst
the committes as follows: Howe
chairman of Accounts and Expendi
tures, and on the committees: Finance,
Ways and Means, Public Lands and
Buildings. Schick Chairman Consti
tutional Amendments, and on the
committees: Judiciary, Corporations.
Reyman Agriculture, Common
. , ?
The Bee arraigns the entire body of
the legislature or venality, and charges
its members with constructive bribery.
The Bee does not seem to be any more
than usually felicitated over the com
plexion of that body. Omaha Repub
lican. The Lincoln Globe doubtless failed
to dead beat its way into the Walters
theatre, hence the billingsgate of that
concern toward that very respectable
TN pursuance of a licence given by tho
Judiie of the District Court of Nemaha
county, Nebraska, I will offer for salo at
public vendue, on
Saturday, February Ititb,lS81,
between the hours of one and two o'clock,
p. in., of H.ild day, at tho front door of the
court house. In Ilrownvllle. in said county,
all tlu: Interest, of Julia O. Jameson and Ma
ry A. Jameson In ami to tho oast half of the
west half of tho southeast quarter of section
So Tweut&--Ftvt(35)i In township No. Five
(3) North of Itange Fifteen 15). cist of tho
CUi P.M., In Nemaha county, Nebraska.
Terms of salo, cash.
II ORACK IIITCHCOCIC.
Guardian of Julia O. Jameson and Mary
80-5W 8.A.O3B0RN. Att'y.
CHARLES LUOAS will, take notioo that a
petition ban been Uled In the District
Court of Nemaha county. Nebranka. wherein
Lavlna Lucas N plalutiirand Charles Lucas
is defendant. The object ami prayer of fcald
petition is to obtain a divorce.
Said defendant In required to answer or
otherwise plead to said petltlouon or bjfore
February lh, 1SSI.
29-4 A try for V'iT.
rnllOMAS V. CHRISTIAN will take notice
I that h petition has been filed In the Dis
trict Court or Nemaha county, Nebraska,
wherein Iuira B. Christian Is plainllffand
Thomas W. Christian Is defendant. The ob
ject aud prayerof said petition Is to obtain
a divorce, and for tho care axd custody of
SalJ defendant is required to answer or
otherwise plead to said petition, on or before
February I Kh, 1SS1.
S. A. OSllORN.
aO-4 Att'y for ITir.
INSTATE OF ELIZABETH STEVENPON.
JHJ Deceisd. In the County Court of Ne
niahn County. Nebraska. In the matter of
fnlloWliiR the final administration account
rof Johns. Stoveiiwon. administrator of the
Rs'orlrc Is hereby Riven
Ht a o"c'ook a. m at t
en th January lSth. I?Sl,
the office of the County
Jnrti'fi of Nemaha County. J.tbra.sKa. m
Rrownville, Nebraska, h-is been fixed by the
court as the lime and p.'aco for xaiulnlnit
nn-i allowing said account, when and here
nil persons Intorasted may appear and con
Drtted DweinherCNt. f0.
27-w4 JOUN S. 8 TULL. County Judge.
31 sy LU
IMPROVED PER CENT.
HEAL ESTATE AT 2J INTEREST.
OHS3 Y a.H.3'TXB!E,
Address orfeal! on
fXolxa U1. Lyon.
At MARSH HOUSE, Friday and SalurdayB
of each wettk.
35-lMvIl0Kerivcn of pnylnsoir loan,or-U
" &rnny considerable part, at any-i
03-tlme Interest falls duo.'Ca
It is tho best RIood Puriiler. and stimulates
every function to more healthful action, aud ts
Uiu-t"a beneflt In all diseases.
natural and nececarr result is the cureof Scrul
nlous and other hk h Eruptions and IMseiiaoa,
Including Cancer. Ulcer and ether Sort.
Dyjpeit'li.Wrakn'sof the Momncli. Consti
pation, I),jsuim. General Debility, etc., are
cured bs- the Kali nl.rfc. It Is mifcqualod
rob an appctir.eran'l regular toeic.
H It le a nuilleine xv hicli should ho In erory fam
ily, aud which, wherexer ks-wi. xxiu wavu me
payment of many doctors' bills.
Uottlcs'of two aires; prices, So cents and Jl.ca
S st fc R e m e
?ieH arc sold
jrS"5eiid for Pamphlet
g i R.m.J. lor tha tortir ni renameirt
ur of Seminal Emissions and Impotency by U "r
lslftrtiia thtKVaujfamatitLtt. IMlBArflmlmnllu
lint tin tett Mnrj"nMi:'r'fnaci'ax "
M . BM -- - !--. T . ..,... ,. L. .
HARRIS REMEDY CO. ffiCHEMIBTS.
j&aruct mjh cm ofc....c w-. .
Vtutoltctltd testimony to the Efficacy of
Prof. Harris' Setnitial Famtlllett, taken
from. Ztter received from 1'atroitmt
Iciiisi, Arril lltN IeT3. Tbe reaieilT l workier, ftritttif.
HiJ cpiltpt r from y titnm. for tight Tttfi rut
CMcijo. Aor. H, 1K9.1 un thoroughly cur! iai htl 0?
p. The Ttfanr ni 1 tht tountrr n tellmt teller.
i Mliwnri. Sept. 18, 1879. I receiteJ ta much benefit from th
m of jor remeiiee tht I watt to try tfcta m another eo.
Thu it of lone tUndinf. in.l will n.gf tomethin; eery eucsg.
Mich.. Jn.2i, 1879.-1 hate wed op yoor fuiw of neA
lne: lend me mother eooa if ficiiible. Tnit pjcuro
toured ll eprirent trouble, but there it weikneit jot, u4
I wiib jou wobM rtepere thin lot for the core of tsit.
lava, Oct. 10th. 1879. I am almoet larprlaeJ at jeer r
Wleu They bate worleJ like a charm on me. I am J
lwic i mlich of iman ae I trai before takinf. I wuen the
Terre of the erte, I thought, aoi there vai no eur for me,
tut cov 1 am in rl hoprt of cure.
Wnt Virginia, An?. 29, 13791 rrteirei yoor rocJieine, enj
I beliete it bu cured me, fcr vhieh I am tery thankriil. I
(lrf pleaie Bod Id, for which pteate tend me another bo
No. 2) for a fnend. To hate doso a great thing far , I
vjt etsd joa all Ihe nrJrn I can.
Front riiuMati antt Surgeon.
Mlitoun. Juoe 2otb. IS79. Pleaie forward me at once anothe
boi of the Pailillei. Tho patient on whom ! bate ed moil ei
ene box, in addition; to a tamnlr boi, u fat recorenng, au I
think another will rt him all right.
Front n Jtmaalft.
MaryUsi. Sept. 3. Ie79.-Ut January " Pj tna rf"
Vx ef your renrdj, for one of our ctrer, and it has !rJ
perfert enro cf him. We bar. another euttwr rw nSrf
wt ! the ea way. i4 wlin by retwrn mall 5o. 3 -x.
H P-3 RJ s MVkCiK??
m n.t mmtutt. ". wu riT. BTII... ''
n4 et racfcnt l4 evrinc t wr nnlMt tnatl. TV, JniJ
5"iw tSVbm!.. r.i B ..worf ij-.rt -n-r
I .Z. u. Vi - "ri tr"" r " J
Attornev aud Counselor at Lair.
" ATTORNEY AT I. AW.
Offlce,Xo.81 Main street. Brownvtle. Jfeb
ATTOKXKV8 AT LAW.
Onicc of County Judge. Brownvllle. Nebraska.
Phyalol&n, Surgeon, Obstetrician.
Graduated In ISM. Located In Brotrnvllle 1S.W.
Office, 41 Main street, Brownvllle. Neb.
J W. GIBSON",
BLACKSMITH AND HOUSE SIIOER.
Workdone to order and satisfaction guaranteed
First street, between Main and Atlantic. Brown
Coding made on short notice. Threo mllea west or
ii ::::.:; :r m
HUOT AM) .SHOE.llAKKK fjj
CUSTOM WOUIC madeto order, and fits al way
guaranteed. Repairing neatlv and promptly done
Shop, No. ZT Main street. KrownvllIe.Neb.
MP Min PAMIMP
nitiu H!.u bHifinu
Neatly and promptly done by
CARPENTER and JOINER
Shop -l doors east of Post Office.
BK.OWNVIL.1.1:, - - - N12UUASK.A
Br. J. C.Eberly,
Formerly or St. Joe.: hais permanently lo
cated in Rrownville, Neb.
FIXE W'OJIK A SPECIALTY.
Office South weat corner Main and Flrat St.
rlneL'ngllsIi.Kie-Jch, Kcotch anil fancy Cloths
TeitincK, Etc., Etc.
SHIl'PKIt ASD DKALHll IN
LIVE. ST O OIL
Farmer, please call aud set prices ; Uwanl
Office First National Buik.
B. G. WHlTTEfflORE,.
SUW13G 2IACHI3E UKPAIUS A SPECIILTY,
wlllpuyThe highest .market prico for wrap
Iron and rags. Main .st.. West lirowiivllle.
OXE U.tl.F BXTE31E4T 1ST T5IE
For particulars call on or address
GEO. IIOMEWOOD, Sheridan, Neb
? -- 'c.fl.', .
let door went of O'I'oII'h
urk done to order and
Attention 'Everybody I
When in FSS.tr yra need
not pay more than
$1.00 for any $1.50 Medicine
35ots." " 50 ct.
15 cts. for any Box Pills, &c.
The Cheapest House for other
BOOKS & STATIONARY,
and other 3IUSICAL INSTHU31EXTS
UmiOKlZED ItT THE C. S. GOYEItSJIfST.
5 - SB
3 Si 3l
BKO V JV VILL
Paid-up Capital, $oO,000
Authorized " 500,01)0
IS ritEPAllKDTO TKAKSACT A
Cfeneral Banking Business
BUY AND SEI.I.
00IN & 0UBBEN0T DRAFTS
on all the principal cities oftbr
United Stat s and Europe
On approved -security onlr. Tim Tratln rtlscount
e1. and special accornmodatloai ttnvnteil to depcslt
ers. Dojilersln OOVERNMEST BONDS,
STATE, COUNTY & CITY SECURITIES
lowedon time certlflcatt-i of deposit.
B. M. Jlatler. M.A
Handley. Fntnlc E. Johnson, Luther
.10 HN L. CARS0X,
. R. ti AVISO:. Cashier.
5V WIt (nb "ith ie ettflc pod
i 'I e'e. :r-f. Hams'
mnfctrt s.nt frte ei appheaticB. i
Sasrf OwioM. Mh SsrVrt Sit, J
St. Lvata, Mo. i
i8Sb 0 1 ii B lu I Si 1 1
VOL. 25.-NO. SO.
-AS23 "V A FV
TIME by the FORELOCK!
AND BUY YOUR
In UNION HOTEL, west of Court House,
A thing of beauty is a joy forever,
and yon will rtnd'my stock full or the
nholccet PERSONAL FURNITURE
In the county.
ROLLED PLATE VEST CHAINS.
LADIES' SETS, BREAST PINS,
CUFK.PINS. SLEEVE BUTTONS,
STUDS. COLLAR BUTTONS,
SOLID GOLD KINGS,
Plnln Gold, Band. Cninen, Topaz, Amethyst
Callandspethenexx-eststyles-'In Watch Cases
The 1880 Silver Dollnr Cue, ami tho
Patent Dust Proor Watch, mSW
go under water.
OTTT) A TDC executed KRntmljnrlnK
Xv, 12J L A. JL-tvOl'" your work unci hnvelt
done in the bestmanner,ut reasonable chrtrg
The Early lilrd CnteUm tlie tVorni.
A Large supply of Nickel Timepieces with
ALARMS. A rent boon these Dark
iT-a-j-S.:: 5 CVi,
Tt f ATW
wssn:- Jr c,. ,?
.--V,,W- V '
Oppo3it Lumber YarJ, Main St.
Special Accommodations for
Horses boarled hy the day or week,
and Farmers' teams fed aud cr.ied for
at fair rates,
STEEL BOILER PERRY.
J Hates JLo w, Camps Sfi (tdtj,
Jndcm n itij Ample.
Connects with alllTrains.
n a . ssj
I V &J2
ZZXXiiil'iZu at 12 . Sli Strait,
THE I"hjtfn i3 eM r of th.t oil ill 'ret tanwo laetl
talioa are rcs ar xn l.a:. iu t.J.cine xiti turgriT Tear
cf Eiperlente la r e trcara.r-1 c: Chrvntr Pla. ttaTe majfe
their ti;l anJ atnl.'y M much tuy.- ts 1: at r ihe ordinarj
rractiticotr, ibal :t:T f:u ii-c-ri a natioaal rrrctltlja
threeH tlieir I ealneBt rlcnjnt iiralrJ f f.
'? immiFiT '? If z m? yfiHiM
m iaiie. a. 5phllK, ifoBvrrliea, (lt, StH.lnrr, OrrhIlU,aJl
CrUarj TroubUft ac4 Sjphllitle cr 3rrf ertal adeetirei of lh
tiroaU.ita or beaetrcalci vith ikcceu, in wisu6c pna
ette T.thnut utmr Merenr orot&er Fuj&ui MedieiLr
YOIINC MrH awl lhe-te of oiitfle a;r wknarsaar
eniBeaseisM lenocfrco. the firm ol S.rlr
rkea or ?.ll nra.rv, the mull of wlf-abute in Touts
cr.icru a niiln.titrm, are frrtnirtxt j tttti. Tku !!
ei proJucrt tome of tbe lo!lowmeIfrc1-3iisui,'.. trfcte!e,
4iiaise, Derrokinet imrtn it aid", cauf'u, iDlijcUwa,
eoastipatioa. !espoJeej, confuei of He t. arerios to to
eietj, Jef.cltTe mecwirr. jical eThtrme, lapK.ocy rrlota
of mini, eieor. wt eh oi! nmh Lbudcm r mamare.
PATIENTS TREATED r mj ai z,
peraoeal eootittfatioa it prelerreJ. w'.ich i, 2RC anj leett
i. Last of quetticsa to be aai wereJ br patie&te dcsiriee; troat
Bteet nailed tr to aof a4-jrelt on a pp! real loo.
Fenooa aatr.riac frsai Kaptarr .baoM tni DvtraddmsV
u4 kVar anarikloe; lo tbelr adalar.. III. oat a IratuP
CoaainioiealtwnttrtetlyeoBC'lertial.ai Jaha 1 Lea-Mrpu4
SB. 1ILTT8, 1J .Nortrj DlhSUbt. Loula. ite.
. by iiiaLin iriM,.
t t-zi n Krl eiiehiincoUonVrrr!
-.erebj a r.ys keifinc pn ert)
roni ' r,ur Anur. TZioe who al-
wyntaki advnntnitenf ttiegrxjd
chanc-s f r rn.tklu- money thar
nreiDer2d.jtener 'y b"c-.m wealthy, while those
who co nottmprov s'jc! chs rt remaii In pov
erty We want mn men. women, hoys and
glrta o work for u ,-lht - niir own Iocailtlev.
The I ustueu wilt vs. mote than ten tlrnt ordl
nan" waes. W fur -ish an e.t js-nlve outfit and
: nil bai you ni-cd.fr -e. Xo one who enicaua, faila
J to make money v rr rapitKy. You ean Jvot
I vour whole ll-i' to -he work, or only your spare
! 'momnnti. Full ln'rma;!ori and all tl-at h needid
nt tree. Adlrei tissox t Co.. I'ortlttiul
ttSJM'reJ WANTEQ '" &T Prt Fwi
Uacltj Sliet ilnrltl Zi-1 IM Cii-K.
fl, ttexce 23 r c- afteoal IeH.h" Co., St. Leule, ?I
t rT?---- "B JMZCHSA
KZ!3.0-r . . KT..,V;T.ftaCi3
9 b a ics a H$ I tm la a
Card lo the Public;
Wc take this opportunity of express
ing our thanksltolanappreciateive pub
lic for their generous patronage inr
the past, and we hope in the future
to more thoroughly win your esteem,
and merira larger share of your trade
by strict attention to our business
and by keeping a larger and more
varied assortment of goods at as low
rates as the same class of goods can
be sold in Southeastern Nebraska,
We have added more capital to our
business by taking in a partner, Mr.
Ed. F. Jordon, who has had a large
experience as a wholesale 3nd retail
hardware salesman and with this
new feature we will be enabled to
carry a much larger stock with the
addition of a fulL line of first-class
FURNITURE, which will be sold
at bottom prices for cash. Every
thing to be found in a first-class
Hardware store we intend to keep,
and as the spring opens- we will add
a large stock of Agricultural Imple
ments. For anything in the line of
Hardware, Stoves, House Furnishing
Goods, Agricultural Implements &c,
call on us and we will give you as
low prices as can be had elsewhere.
The firm in the future will be
known as Willing Bros. & Jordon,
C. E. Jordon is a practical tinner
and will be connected with the store
B.Bell Andrews, M. D.
PHYS!C:in & mm
Somalia Cily, Xcb.
Calls in the Country Promptly Attend'
ed, day or night.
OPECrALAlTENTION" clven to
Kjiuiseasort or women
:ind surgical dlueasca
of the eye.
Hir Pntlent from abroad cn be tarnished
with pleasant rooms nnd accommodations.
Plrnldoor south of tlie lumbor'yard. Call
and Ket:i!quire mcnl for 2.1 cunt. A good
Htocfc of confections itto kept on lutnd. M r
Rnd Mrs.Hlruble 1hv1ik hid much expwrl
enceas restrmniieutH, are well qualllled to
please llielr put runs.
lanw So Jtawicjs
IxTeznalia City, 33ob.,
W fJMic onacjzniils
CAXXED GOODS. COXFF.CTIOS3, Etc.
Keeps x vnrlPd stock of everythinu'ltio po
Jiie W&nt. Cull Rtld hfe him.
Mode aud repul red ns well n. cn l-o doiifl
anywhere. and ut.i!i;ir notice
ASD VERY JiEASOXAIlLi: TE1131&.
TITOS & WILLIAMS.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
R F.A I) YMA DE CL O Till NO.
XOTI0S8. titc . Etc., Eto.
Nemaha City, Nebraska,
Will eil g'MMir, iii cheap ui anj" honse la
J. 13. ltS:ife,
LIVERY AND FEED SAT8LE,
Good bn'Klt-'s ali-i ,horcs, charges u ns
onable. Ile5tnf enretnken of transient htcclc.
DAYIB A, M0BT0N,
y smalt a City, Kebruakct
Machine repairing nrd horHfhltontnf; a
LEVI JOHNSON, PR0PRJET0R,
NEMAHA CITY 1.3.,
Centrnlly located: IIihiiI fure.nnd notrrj.
nl pnre.I to mnke uertl-H comlortib
Gool l,irn for horses and
ESTAB2LISHS13 1ST IS 56.
O U T 12 B rJC
William ?, Hoover.
Does a yonurnl K-nl Mstutellnsltiesi. eelltt
faudn 011 fJriniinWsiriiii (f:ptoitif Tltten,
nakes Deed.s, Mortgnijfs, and nil tustru
.nerlli pertiiiQing to tae transferor Ileal E
' utP. Has a
Complete Abstract of Titles
:o jtli ne.tl Kslnle In Swnka ronntT.
Very 3ir.U tt TbinJi of.
If hot above being tntisht by a Linn. L'tj
Dohb.nV Kteetrle rvmp i.ttwas'i day. Cwtl
without nay wiwli boilef or rubhlng board,
nnd neetldifTere; tly from any th-r oitp -er
innIe. It sentH very droll to thluk of a
quiet, orderly two noursMlght work on wekslt
:y. with no hent nnd no :ein. or smell jf
the washing througit tlu- Imuce tnsten 1 of a
long tiny nnrua work; bnt hottdrels of
thousands oi wotrlen from Xoviv Seotbt -3
Texai htave proveil for lliem-iel that thtd
Is done by UKln JtobhlnVit EIrctrIc So.p.
Don't buy It, however. If too st-t In y .r
ways to me It nceordlnc to dlrtCtlonn, that
are as simple as to secrn almost ridfeuh im
and so easy that a girl of 12 yenr. enu do m
large wash without beln tired. It pjiti ,--
ly win not, injure incjnnest f.l rle, hns been
before tho public for fifteen years, and lt
sale doubles every yeur. If your grocer ha
not gutlt;ho wilt gel !.i;! wIioIoshIo groe
keepli. Ji M Oumpi.ell. mtif sunt IU c
RTd,JT8b I L. 0riAi;iyd:C?,
f iTyi.O.w. rtiilHde!pbra.