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THUItSDAT, MAltCH 3, 1881.
Grass seeds at Nickell's.
Por first class groceries call on
T. L. Jones
Xew snp)Iy of nice cakes at Fur
man & Palmer's.
Furniture and" tinware repaired
by Stevenson & Cross.
- The best brands of flour always
on hand at T. L. Jones'.
"Want butter and eggs. Highest
price paid by Stevenson & Cross.
Finest stock of wall paper ever
in Brownville at Nickell's drugstore.
Dr. Collins-, Dentist, Drown ville,
Office hours, fl a. m. to 5 p. in.. Xot at
home on Fridays.
That loely singer, J. G. Clark,
will sing at the Presbyterian Church
Friday evening, this week. .
Best Dread in Drownville at the
new Bakery of Furman & Palmer al
vwvys fresh and clean. Give thom a
Died On Monday night, Feb.
21st, 1SS1, Freddie, son of James and
Ilattio Johnson aged 3 years 3 months
and 12 days.
"We notice that the Hon. Reyman
dodged the vote on the woman suffrage
amendment. "We like to see- a man
face the music.
"We call attention to- the advertis
nient of Marlatt & Iving,. who have
just opened a good stock of general
merchandise at Aspimvall.
Prof. "Witcherly is not only one
of the bast barbers in the State, but
displays the handsomest barber signs.
And Sam Rich is the artist who did
David Campbell has the largest stock
of Farming implements ever brought
to this count. Call and seo him if
you want good plows.
James G. Clark, the great Ballad
'flr t'lll 111! ill UrnntuMlIn T7i-iIii
8V,I " " "" " xilUHIIIIIIC, J.' 1 uu
evening, of this week, and will
an entertainment at the Presbyterian
Church. Admission Adults, 25 cents;
children, 15 cents.
If you anticipate getting harness
this spring, give me a call before buy
ing, for workmanship, quality of stock,
and pnees, 1 can give you the best.
B. F. Souijek.
hist week to call
the new "ad." of A. A.
Mclnnich. 3Ir. M. is one of the larg
est dealers in St. Joe and is well known
to many of our old residents, and will
deal with j'ou just as ho says.
JoJm A. t'onn, now in the
Jowman building, has a very elegant
store and splendid new stock of dry
goods groceries and cloching. He
lias just received some very rich and
handsome ladies' goods, consisting of
neck ties, lace collars.silken cords with
tassels, of every color, furnishing goods
and dress trimmings that cannot fail
Carpets and oil
cloths, a big stock.
Call and see. He
will sell cheaper than
That interview, in the Sheridan
Post that is dated "On the rail, Feb.
21st, 1SS1," "while enroute to his own
home." "What kind of a rail was the
lion. Mr. Beyman riding that day
Monday 21st when the snow blockade
was not openeu yet. Aim wnat was
Mr. Beyman going home on Monday
for? But we'll not dissect that inter
view now -it will keep first rate, if it
is extremely thin.
The great man of Mentor has been
declared President of the United States,
without a dissenting voice; and the
Uxiox House, Brownvi.ie, is unani
mously accorded to be the best dollar-
a-day house in the "West. Best table,
oesc ueus, nest cigars anu every ap
pointment of the house tends peace,
pleasantness, quiet and comfort
"When you come to town call at the
Union and prove what we say.
"We last week published a can!
from Mr, Schick denying that ho was
the author of the article signed Bex in
the Sheridan Post, and declaring that
he had no knowledge as to the author
ship of said letter. "Wo received Mr.
Schick's card so late that wo had no
time to comment upon it, nor shall wo
do so now further than to say that our
opinion is not at all changed as to the
real authorship of that article. "We
are pretty well acquainted with Mr.
Schick. If the Post should inform us
who the writer was, or should we
ever have good evidence that wo are
mistaken, wo will do Mr. Schiok amplo
justic "We never hesitate to correct
any mistake that we make.
Miss Fannie Arnold, who for
nearly the whole of the past year has
been in Boston taking vocal training
by some of the best masters of this time,
arrived home Saturday last, accom
panied by her sister, Miss Lou Arnold
who has been under musical instruc
tion instrumental, we believe. On
Monday evening this week about
seventy-five of the friends of the Misses
Arnold both surprised and elated them
by calling in a body at the arnold res
idence, and spending an agreeable hour
with their friend and favorite. In
behalf of our people The Advertiser
welcomes home their prima donna, and
will refuse to be happy until they again
in opera hear her charming vocalisms
An opera! An opera!
S. M. Tanner returned to Brown
ville, last week.
Ben. F Bates went to Omaha on
a visit to friends "Wednesday..
Jacob Scott has. bought John
Foley's farm, near Xemaha City.
A. "W. Xickell returned from his
visit t Kansas C ty hist Thursday.
Capt. Davidson went to St Joe.
this week, to hearSara.Bernh.irdt
Dr. liiitgeon, of Lafayette pre
cinct, was in the city "Wednesday.
"Willie Lett came down from. Lin
coln last Friday, on a short visit to
lions. Church Howe and T. L.
Schick, arrived at ipme from Lincoln
D. II. Mercer, Ed. and Ellis Tucker,
Jas. Colinan, and others, came down
from Lincoln, Monday evening.
Hiram M. Swartz has sold liis farm
nearXemaha City, to Samuel Smith,
and contemplates moving away.
John Foley gave us a call Satur
day. He has just purchased a farm of
Jacob Graham in Glen Bock precinct.
Ben Lorance closed his school in
Bedford precinct, last "Wednesdaj
having given good satisfaction to the
Mr. Andy Berger left for St.
Joseph Wednesday morning to take a
pesition in one of the best tonsorial
establishments of that city. Andy is
one of the best of barbel's, and we
wish him much success.
Mr. Henry Snider, a thrifty far
mer of Peru, Bureau county, Illinois,
was in the city last Saturday and gave
us a call. Ho was hero buying the
fa m of Hon. C. M. Hayden, near Lon
don, for a son, George Snider, who will
take immediate possession. Mr. Hay
den will soon remove to New Mexico.
The omission of the name of Miss
Grace Stewart, a promiuent participant
in the exercises at the opera house, on
the 22nd, w;is an oversight we regret
exceedingly, especially from fie fact
that her part was so conspicuous and
well done. The condition of Burdetce's
version of the hatchett and che vyree,
was presented by Miss Grace splendid
ly, and b-ought down tho house with
rapturous applause Ave congratulate
her for the display of elocutionary
Ladies, call and see
the handsomest thing
in neck ties, cord and
tassels in all shades,
trimming silk and
velvets, and some
thing new in buttons
Call at this office for all kinds
job work, at reasonable rates.
Best Bread in the dry at Furman
& Palmer's and don't you forget it.
Fresh Bread, p'es and cakes al
ways on hand at Furman & Palmer's
Pickles, Fish of all
kinds, Hams, Bacon
and Shoulders at Do
Lon. and Milt Jones, under the firm
name of Jones Bros., having purc.ias
ed the meat market of Bath & Body,
would respectfully invite tho public to
call and seo them. Jones Bros, claim
to understand their business, a id will
not only keep all kinds of meacs that
can be had in th-s market, but deal it
out in choice parcels, tasteful!' cut, to
suit purchasers. Bemember the place
old stand of Body Bro.s.
Fresh seeds at Xickell's.
For the best and
cheapest Sewing Ma
chines on the market
Are going to sell the following lines of
goods at extra inducements for the corn-
Bain Wagons, Corn Shellers, Corn Plant
ers, Harrows, Seeders, Stock Cutters, Cul
tivators, Plows and Spring Wagons.
Wagon Timber,Groceries, Pumps, Sewing
Machines, Silverware and Cutlery, with a
full line of COFEINS, Burial Cases,
Eobes, Suits, and Hearse. Calls attended
promptly, night or day.
Hardware, Furniture and Stoves a
To buy a good deal for a little mon
ey, come and try us.
Hon Church Howe, during his
speech the other day in tho house, took
occasion to administer to the editors
of the Lincoln Globe a terrible castiga
tion. Tftnt paper has been hounding
Mr. Howe in a most unreasonable and
molicious maimer ever since its ex
istence, and richly merited the lashing
they received from tho man who parts
his hair in tho middle and has more
honorable blood in his little finger than
is contained in the contaminated car
casses of both Eaton and Conlee.
There was one thing about Mr. Howe's
allusions to those fellows that made
them all the more stinging he told
the truth. "When Mr. Howe's friends
read that speech, they exclaimed
"Bully for Howe."
Young men, Dolen
has added to his stock
jx full line of clothing
for spring and sum
mer. Also, a full
stock of Boy's cloth
ing, which he will sell
The festival in the opera house
last Friday evening was a credit to
those who got it up, and especially so
to tho ladies who did tho cooking and
prepared the tables. The entertain
ment was for the benefit of the Brown
ville Library and replenished that
treasury to the amount of about $50.
This library is one of the best of Brown
ville institutions, but we fear that it
is not so appreciated. It is now re
suscitated, through the care and energy
of Mr. John L. Carson, its founder,
and is we hope upon a foundation so
secure as to render it an enduring in
stitution of our city. Every citizen of
any literary taste should call at the
library, patronize it, and become mem
bers of the association.
Latter From Lincoln.
Plow boots and rub
ber boots at Dolen's.
in si uyunu
Thos. Richards sells Funrturoand
CookSloves, Coffins, Hardware, Farm
Implements, cheaper than any man in
Will be here this week.
Is hereby given that I will exam'ne
all persons who may des? :e to offer
themselves as candidate for teaches
of the pr" awry or common schools of
this county, at the Court House, in
Brownville on the first Saturday in
each month. Philip Crother,
Stevenson & Cross.
Marred, in Wednesday, Feb. 23d,
1SS1, at the residenco of the bride's
parents, in Glen Bock precinct, by Rev.
II. U. fcCOtt, Mr. UKOKGE ILL1XG, Of
this ct.v , and Miss Carrie Huduart.
"Wednesday evening the happy couple
were met at tlw residence of Mr. Ed.
Huddart, in this city, by about fifty
well-wishing friends, and a very pleas
ant evening was spent, w.'th singing,
The Advertiser extends liearLv
congratulations, and wishes for them
a long and happy married life.
Cu'l upon Seeuuiu for groceries at j
jow prices. Jie prys no rent, does Ins
own work, buys for cash, and he am
and wi'l sel jueaner vhan any other
house. lLg'ie&fc market price paid for
Lost. Between the Coleman and
Purs farms, on the road west of this
c'ty, hist Thursday, a package contain
ig a book and some clothing. The
finder w'Hpleabe leave it at ihis office.
Oat meal at Dolen's.
"We lu.d another, and quite a live
ly iittlo blizzard, Saturday night last.
Choice teas at "Wliittemore's, at Bed
.Keep the children's feet dry, as
winter is breaking, and much sore
throat, croup, pneumonia and other
sickness will bo avoided.
To tbe Editor of tho Advertiser:
Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 2S, 1881. The
Nebraska legislature adjourned about
:$ o'clock Sunday morning. The closing
scenes were, to say the least, exciting.
When the hands of the clock indicated
twenty minutes of midnight, the time
ag eed upon by both houses for final
adjournment, the ticking of tho olock
was silenced and business progressed
ar a lively rate. Some of the menW
uers, oversowing with mischief, would
h-irl a large ball of paper at some un
suspecting member. The gentloman
from Lancaster armed himself with a
pool hoard box and pummeled the cra
nium of each passer by. Xow and
then members would object to this
ooy's play, and call for a rigid enforce
ment of the rules on order. Howe of
ejiaha, Kaleyof "Webster, and Ran
som of Otoe, in animating speeches,
made demands for good order. We are
p eased to say that the Xcmaha delega
tion entire preserved much dignitv
du -ing the closing hours of the ses
t on and gave strict attention to busi
ness. Just beroro final adjournment
i he wad throwing and fun gave wav to
music. "Kyner's band," composed of
Messrs. Kyner, Thurston, Howe, Guy
Brown, Gad Slaughter, Xewman,
Broaich, et al., delighted the audience
with two soul stirring songs. The
singing was followed by speeches made
in response to loud calls from those
p esent. Kaley, Howe, Ransom, "Whe
do.i and others made some good re
marks, all indicating that tho members
we e about to part with the best and
kliide.it feelings for each other.
One of the important events of the
f-. e.iiug was the presentation of a gold
waich and chain to Gad Slaughter,
Chief Clerk, for his efficient services.
The presentation speech was fittingly
iimiu uy iiepresentative Wlieuon.
Tne labor imposed upon the mem
bers of the sixteenth session was quite
onerous, and in the main it was per
formed faithfully and well. Of course
much time was consumed in the con
sideration of a few bills, but it could
not be otherwise with such important
measures as Prohibition, "Woman Suf-
Hfsgu, juiuruuu legislation ami large
appropriations before the body. It is
the general opinion that a wiser look
ing body of men never graced tho leg
islative halls, nor has any proceeding
legislature done more work.
in i ins ieuer wo snail take the op
portunity of correcting an error in ono
or' our previous articles. "What we
have written for The Advertiser has
not been for the purpose of attacking
character, and ridiculing men and
measures, but to give a brief descrip
tion of the different scenes enacted at
Lincoln during tho session. We ob
tained our information eithorfrom our
own observation or that of others, and
after inquiring again and again we find
that with one exception not a single
statement; can be denied. Mr. Hey
uiau was not in the Friday night cau-i-os,
but we are informed that he had
his reasons for being absent, and that
he was prepared to bow to dictation at
tut-p-oper time. Even if Mr. Beyman
v as not in that caucus, on tho follow
ing Saturday, when tho sixteenth bal
kl. was being taken, he followed the
bolters from Dundy to Paddock, sur
prising the Dundy men who remained
firm as much as if he had been in said
caucus, as it was generally understood
he would stand by Dundy, at least un
til ho had informed the friends of the
latter that ho had another choice. "Wo
base no desire to do Mr. Reyman an
injustice, for we have for him a kindly
feeling. "We think he desired to do the
right thing, bul he fell into bad compa
ny, and the results could not very well
beothoiwiso than they were.
We know of other circumstances in
regard to the Senatorial contest which
have not yet been published, but be
lieving that it will bo as well for them
to remain hidden, unless an exiirencv
demands their appearance, we shall
now drop tlii matter.
Nearly, all the legislators have gone
to their several homes, and Bincoln
j'.cpears a little dull. The "Magic City"
;s oierjoyed because of obtaining $100,
000 to build the other capitol wing.
By the now legislative apportion
ment bill Nemaha county gets one
Senator and only two Representatives.
The weather prophets told us
Saturday morning that we were going
to have a spell of warm weather, and
at night they predicted another cold
Miss Mary Winters has been
teaching in Sheridan the past two
weeks, in place of Mrs. Winters, who
has been sick.
The Sheridan literary societ' is
booming. It meets, every Monday
Brother Henry is holding a pro
tracted meeting at Glen Rock, and try
ing to prevail on the people to have
their souls saved. His plan is to per
suade them to say publicly that they
believe that "Jesus Christ is the only
son of the Father of us all," and then
go and be soaked in the chilly waters
of the Nemaha; But what all this has
to do with saving people's souls is
more than we havo ever been able to
Mr. Taggart, of Brownville, has
manifested quito an interest in our
primary ischool during the past two
SX. Miller, of Johnson count',
will move to Sheridan this month,
where ho will engage-in the mercantile
Wm. Bishop writes from Elmore,
Colorado: "Winter since September;
hay, SCO per ton ; corn, $15 per bushel ;
snow ten feet deep, and hundreds of
cattle have frozen to death."
Mr. Beeson is visiting in Mis
Mr. Camp, of London precinct, is
moving to Sheridan.
Mr. Farlow could not find a room
to rent in Sheridan, and was obliged to
move to Brownville.
Goods shipped from Omaha on
the 10th ult, reached Sheridan on the
Flonr,all tho brands,
In our issue of the loth inst., in
answer to charges of abusing Daily
and Reyman, we asked some pertinent
questions regarding tho Senatorial rec
ord of those genemen. Mr. Schick
denies mak'iig those charges against
The Advertiser. Very well. It
matters not who made them. The
questions remain unanswered. "We
ask Rex, whoever he may be, to come
to t;mo and prove to our readers that
injustice has been done Daily and Rey
man, or either of them. Tho two
lead'ng L'ncoln papers, the three lead
ing Omaha papers, as well as The Ad
vertiser and our co'-espondent, Mix,
cha-ged Mr. Daily with violating a cau
cus compact, and with treachery. "Will
Rex show that those papers falsified
Mr. Daily, or will he be content, by
his silence, to be branded as a falsifier,
as we hereby charge him with being.
For first-class goods,
and of all kinds, call
The principal features of the new
liquor law are: A license of $1,000 per
year for each saloon in cities of over
10,000 inhabitants; the saloon-keeper
must give a bond of $5,000, and must
present a petition signed by thirty free
holders before he can obtain a license;
no bondsmen can go upon more than
ono bond ; no liquor can be gi en away ;
no screens are to be permitted; excep
tions are made in favor of the sale and
use of liquor for medicinal, chemical
and scientific purposes only; druggists
do not have to take out a license, but
are obliged to keep a very complete
record of all sales. Another law
known as the anti-treating bill Avas
passed. It prohibits one man treating
another, and makes it a misdemeanor
punishable by fine and imprisonment.
Both of these laws go into effect with
in ninety days.
Sandwich 4 hole mounted shelter,
for sale cheap by Stevenson & Cross
Oar druggists are Belling largo qnantltles
of Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup for coughs,
colds and pulmonary complaints generally
It takes tbe lead of all congn, remedied.
Try it. Only 25 and 50 cents a bottle.
"Bread is the staff of life," and
nomewood & Shiffer's flour is what
ladies generally use now when they
want a good article of the "staff." Can
bo had at the stores and groceries at
Brownville and Nemaha City. 27tf
Cash Paid for Wheat.
Tlie Ligliest market price
paid for good wlieat at Glen
"Wagon Timber for sale by David
Coffins and furniture, a large stock
of all styles by Stevenson & Cross.
Stoves, furniture, and queens ware
by Stevenson & Cross.
Xursery stock, all kinds, of the very
best quality and varieties, fresh from
the ground in which they grow? Go
to FURNAS XURSERY, Brown
ville, Xebraska. 37-tf
One or more sts of books 'to post up
and keep in order double entry stylo.
Books opened, closed and corrected. A
few mere prirate students at reason
26-tf A. TV. Sin tzbauoii.
Don't trlSe with a Bdvere cough or cold.
Procuro In time, If yon wish to save doctor
bills, a bottle of Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup.
Price only 2-3 cents; large size 5C conts.
Sold by all druggists.
Extra copies of the advektiseu
at A. TV. Xickell's.
hams, at 6 1-4, at Dolen's.
DR. Gk H. COLLINS,
"Tl TAKES a Specialty of extracting teeth
1Y1 without pa'u. by the use of NltrousJOx
lde (Laugh ng Gas).
From n careful examination of the statis
tics of 200.8W cases. Prof. E. Andrews gives
In tbo Chicago Medical Examiner, the fol'ow
(jug estimate of toe relative danger from dlf
Sulphuric Ether, 1 death to 23,201 adminis
trations. Chloroform, 1 death to 2,723 administra
tions. Mlxvl Chloroform and Ether, I death to
Bl Chloride of Methylene, 1 death to 7,000
NITROUS OXIDE, no deaths to 75,
Edward It. Squ'bb. M. D.. than whom our
country 1ms no more niile pharmaceutist
and toritcologlst. In a lecture on antcstnetics
beforo the Medical Society of the State o!
New York, says: "Nitrous Ox W was tbe tlrsi
nnrosthetlc; and the safety and certainty of
Its effects, even In lncxperl-nced bands, for
all momentary oporntlons, and the prompt
ness with which persons recover from Its
use, render It perhaps the most Importnnt of
all anient belles, because destined to rellevea
greati-r aggregate nmo'int of paln.tcftA great
ertafety than any other agent.
N EM A H A JJITY .
B.Bell Andrews, M. D.
THAT NASAL CATARRH,
CAW BE CURED
IS NO LONGER A MATTER OF DOOiT.
Modern System. o( Cure as Originated and Adopted
403, Brady Street
ESTABLISHED A. D., 18TS-
rilldltlflii & AnObtuR.
Prof. Guilmcttc's name Is a household
word In France, and so it should be, for he
Ib theinvontorof the French Kidney Pad,
which has performed such wonderful cures
In diseases of the kidneys,
List of Letters
fEenuimiug in the postoflii-e r.t brown
ville, Nebraska, for week ending Feb.
.Mrs. Ella Miner, "r. F. Wilson,
Persons calling for any of the above
will please say adcertLsal.
T. C. ILvckek, P. 31.
Calls in the Country Promptly Attend
ed, day or night.
RPECIAL ATTENTION' Riven to snrslcal
. disease of women and surgical diseases
oi ine yc.
63 Patients from abroad can be furnished
with pleusunL rooms and accommodations.
Has stood the tcsc for nearly a qtiartor of a cpntnry. anil prove to bo tho most rnttenni: as vm11 as
tho mast successful method yet institute 1 in the treatment of
Eye and Ear, Head, Throat and Lung1 Diseases.
That Nrval Catarrh, the Kroat forerunner of Tbront. Bronchial nnrt T.unR Dhe-Mos. Includlnc Con
sumption, cm beruilcaltvciired is no ionera matter or doubt, m iivs b?i!itimt anil ?hIii demon
strated by DR.COXNAU!HTON. Itecin rerert cvses he treated ten to fifteen years no which
have remained permanently curedup to tho present time.
CATARRH IN THE HEAD.
To what the disease finally lemln-The throat and tansi bscome'aiT-cteilJand Deathlultlmately ensues.
Consumption carries off more persons annualtv than tho Ptu lie. Cholera or Yellow Fever Tba
diseases nlarmlne'y prevalent throughout the Middle urd Western Stnfes.
The cyntant occurrence ofanythinv: n th p!islal ororld render t.ie peopln "utterlv indlOerent
tosnrh an event. Veselhis fiicc most not fo'y dennnstratcd in the case of a certain dtsense Kor
instance when the plnsjne starts from thejun 'les of India on its desolating march, tho whole Christian
world Lsalarmed; when IbeChoIera commences its n.vaseslii Asia or Kastern Europe, every avenue
is closed as far as pos-dbleas.iinst tts progress westward: ami when yellow fever Is brought Into a ln
Ble port "four. southern cities, the boards of health everywhere are alurmed. anil the people are ad
monlshed to look to their s.initar. conditions And yet, there is u disease alwiivsj present always In
our midst, silently but stcaiily re-n vin,r frm ttivswltlc ro.e. tho cheorful trada. from privAt and
public lire, miiny.veo many morean luallytlmn the sraveat and worst epidemic that ever vte-tei
our fair country. This ever present, ever e.istinj; utacixe. .sparing neither the young nor the aged,
and Incident to allcdtuatosand to all seasons ot the year. Is
A na-alcatirrh.orcold In theheal.as wollasasimpleansln.i.orsorff tlir-nt. ti nut Kfrqaeatly
the fiir runner of brom-h al irritation and cutixh.andas each ofthe-eitH"its i iv an iuevHbIe
tendency, when ne,c ectedorbadly irated. S Involve 'tie del-cite tUsoes or structure- of the tangs.,
nnd lermlna.Pinhdc- tructini or thoo-orytiw or vitnUtv they sh'Hiid calm the prompt utU-Hlfcrn ot
Or all disease-, which afflict tho hu Mn rurally, tubf r ulimK phthisic, or pulmonary ctHtsumHfcin.Ie
theni"tdanserous.ns it o-curs more or Ifj in ev.-ry otarter of th globe, and censtosm a larger
proportion of dentil" tiinn any other.
ONE-FOURTH OF TEE PEOPLE DIE OF IT.
Ptatlstlcsshowthut Htnoruc theeniishtene-l nations or tho enrth the deaths In-m twsttMiuttfm aro
Hbi nt'ine-fourili of the vli.ili,niimVr,.Hi.l tiiur of ill ppl lnhaiililn- tl -r' bo thri-e nilfifoH die
eaeh vnr or this disease. And observation farther s!mWh that n- period f H.e Is (-Tempi. ad the
mo! talented nnrt tisprulme'.ibrsofveryoimintiii'tv .i-.min.in.; th lirl vi.-tlnn of thin s--ofin.fi of
thehiiPirn f.ni-iy. This precarious stnteor8ncietyari-mafiii frm the lfcc that tho pitii-ntor
his friends are Inclined to rev'ard tit" rctlon as utir'-i.or th.it tho di-ou m fitly In tiethrtat :ind
w II soon p. j.snway.or that it ioiIv a jrone -ial altW-tloH a d rti:ilr-s iwUd't e. Av . h tl -.-t all.
thes alimet.ts it'iiiniMirtsnr .is they are retirrtifd. are nil links In th j;rwtt ch-ln ibnt le & ! con
sumption. but which are riipldlvcu-ible In thelrsevernl .stHii- by the inert ealed loltH'MkHi fruhln
d with local rih! constitut. mnl ra allies, pnnen'J'd by Dr. "imituhtoii. Cntarr'i nrjtMtn-pelal.
ProJV-olonnl oflices. V5, Hrady street, Davenport, Iowa. SST He- its treatl e on Cilurrh of the
lle.td. Mulled free.
for Seedling Cottonwoods, Ash, Elm,
Maple, Eox Elder, and Sycamore.
Call on me for sizes and price.
HOJ3T. AV. FUKXAS.
STtf Brownville, Nebr.
For Sale Cheap.--A House and
three lots in a desirable location in this
city. For further particulars call at
First door 'south of the Inmber'yard. Call
nnd get a. square meal for 35 cents. A good
Mock of con fectlonR also kept on hand. Mr.
n'i-1 Mrs. Strob'o having had much experi
ence as restaurn'cnrs, are 7ell qualified to
please their patrons.
IOMJV $ MIJVIGB
Somalia City, jJTeb.,
3 iVf.Til" tKOCI7RTKS la
CAXyED GOODS. COXFJZCTIOXS, Etc.
Keeps a varied stock of everythlngUbo peo
ple want. Call nnd see him.
Made and repaired n well as can bo done
anywhere, and at short uollco
AXD VERY ItEASOXABLE TERMS.
Dr. OoanaDgliton's Treatment Builds up Broken-Down Constitutions.
Prominent and Influential citizens throughout the Unite 1 Jutes certify 'o Ir. fnnK:htH'snnc
cess. patronized and ri-commonded by memners of Consresa, Governors CU-rcmeB. IjtwetH. Hunk
er. Memtv-rsuCthe Tress, and other influential citiz-ns
Tlie extraordinary success which lix-s ntt-nd'-d Dr I'minatiKlituti' modern 'rimi'.He metbert of
treatment has marie hUnamecelel rated through nit the count y. nd htsriir s ot the most obstinate
chronic die.ises. after tho lonjr continued e.Torts of nell-knoirii 4iyh;Ians imvn foiled. Jure ft,rish
el thestronsest possible proof of Lis pre.it skill and abi itv Ite'ire hs trt-.tmrnt t e wi rst ftirm.s
of dli-easn Kive way, and ilia mst delicate and dedicated cmstltulkHK bi-cunu- st.&iHc Hta vast
knowledge and experience enable him to attack the sea. of the dtene at once, s that recovry In
Diseases of a Chronic and OJintlnate Character.
Kspecially such rases as hive for vearsor a llfotluii. r- st-1 th-jonl-narv -ii.:-sof treMtnieft.are
tho classes of maladies In the treatmant of which Dr.Cininulitjn b"ii- t-t :-- -iinet aHiver
the northwest. a3 Wtllaj IhrougbO'U the Union, and y bis siicoe.s-i has achieve t Hit h&HsiHfau.im via
Proofrf of Skill and Success.
Dr ConnanshtonhasKiven the public sudlcient evidence to convince- the m&t skeptloul aud in
crcdu'oux that his method of treatments singularly suci'-srut In chronic (He.tMM. ripeefally in Mich
caes as have defied tho skill of other and Justly celebrated plivtetuis; h-itce no one who is pffU'ted
with a secmlndy Incur ible disease, should desp-!r.but eh jrlsh a hope of bom relieved of hh buffer
ing, tr notcureu, oy ine Doctor a successiui moae ot treatment.
In addition to the hundreds of testimonials which Dr. Connaughtnn has receives and jtlven to tho
pupllc from reputable partieJ, ha has the privilege or referring to the following wull kmnvn Influential
Prominent liXrn of loirs.
Judge J IT Murphy. ITonKdward KtKseH.Capt Lettranri foorehouse. dipt lyin Itrvsnn. Gerhard
Krack.of thefl'mof Krackct Wolenburg. Chas A Jlast. Casiiler fUvenport National .Rank. W C
Borland. Clerk C K I fe P tlcketoHlce. Oeorgo flail u, !oa! editor Democrat. JT )!-- eld resWento
of Davenport. I jwa. and many other prominont citizens, having willingly given tli- ir cards to tho
public, testifying to the etncao-of Dr.CONXAL'CJUTON'S trentnusit.
Prominent len of Illinois.
Michael SO'Neil. es-AIde-ma; S B Stodda'ri.Ranfc Director a.nt SuMrvisnr K .T iph Hart of
M r; Church: MrsOttd'le-AHel Hias. wife of Joseph !Iaas.attirn-yat ; i.v t'l .if a -i-umI. Hi".
ami many other prominent men of Illinois. hve availed tho ns-lvM o Dr. i' JCX WIHTON'S
skillful treatment, and obtained a cure for themselves and fhmllies after all other method bur faHed.
Prominent Persona all Over tixt Union.
II. M. Atkinson. Surveyor Oeneral. Santa Fe. Xowlfxlco: Jude J M Thurston. Omaha. Neb.;
James MeCalleon. HherifT. llock Rapids. Inwa: Judge Buckman. 0Cl tire. Iowu: t- rank H Nch4n
slierilT. lle-vver City. veb.: Erie J r.eech Keokuk. Iowa: A A Davis, merchant. Wlnn-peg. Ma. ht.ba
Canada: A B Cass. eofTee planter. Tain dora. Slexico: Jndgw Bahle. son . Kellogg. luwa: Iti-v Vchurr
Pr'"-Emptiou. 1114 31 Starr, or "Mar Line" La-cport. Cal.: Cot J 'Jbperr. iionsucks. Vu.: Cnpt N J
Former. Lynchburg. Vn : Judge J U Iliythe. Iyvnchburg. Vi : Chi KD Oliver. Pevtoasburg. V.: Col
W'HConthorn.P.urksvllIe.Va.: RevAlet Rubnnk.Ker U II Roberts. Lyiwhhnrg. Va.: Dr. J Hnner.
Pembroke. Va.: cx-f!overnor and er-Senatnr Fayette ifcMnlUn Marlon. Va: Col James K Ilornnr
Anyone wlsrr -j to buy an outfit
for lionseKee.Vs Kin save money by
buy'igof Sce'ei5on & Cross, as they
keep every tc'ng in that line.
Ladies' French kid
shoes at Dolen's.
Highest market price paid by D. E
Douglas & Co.
Timothy seed, raised in Xemaha
county, at Xickell's Drug storo.
Eor a No. 1
see J. L. McGee.
To all contempiting using lumber:
I have perfected arrangements whereby
I can furnish all kinds of birlding ma
terial, in car lots, from 5 to 20 per cent
cheaper than any place west of Chicago.
Come and seo me. "VF. A. .Tudkins.
Kcvrllfe for Functions Weakened bv
DUeaae, Debility and Dissipation.
The G HEAT GERMAN INVIGOUATOtt
is tho only specific for lmpolsncy, nervous
debility, universal lassitude, forgelfulness,
pnlu in the back or sides, no matter how
shattered tho system may be from excesses
ot nny kind, the Great German Remedy will
restore the lost functions and secure hoalth
aud happiness. Sl.Oy per box. s'x boxes for
$5.00. Sold by all drug'sts. Sent on receipt
of price, postage paid, by F. J. CHENEY,
Toledy, Ohio, solo agent for Unlt'ed States,
Circulars aud testimonials sent free. c
The capitol bill passed the legisla
ture, appropriating 100,000 to build
the east w'ng.
According to tho new legislative
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
NOTIONS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Nemaha Ciiv, Nebraska,
Will sell goods as cheap as nny house
KAHA CITY WEB.,
Bain "Wagons, whips and cross-cut
saws by Stevenson & Cross.
Fees or Doctors.
Mho Tea of doctors Is nn Item that very
many persons are Interested In Just at pres
ent. We believe the schedule for v'slts Is
S3, which would tax a man confined to his
bed for n year, and In noed of a daily visit,
over S1.000 n year for medical attendance
lone ! And one single bottle of Uop Bitters
taken in time would savo the Sl.00Q.and oil
the year's sickness. Ed.
apportionment, Xemaha couaty
Highest market price paid by
r. E. DOUG-LAS & CO.
Berkshire hogs, highbred for sale
by Stevenson & Cross
"Wagon timber and ironbySteven-
j son & Cross.
.0!XKXBn-JlV-lt 1 KM
For all DIsrnHe of the Tliroat
and liin-pr the
Used 'n private practice nee 1. Put he-fo-et
epubllc IbC9.pnTTn XT'tEVER
KAILS! ! UU U IxXiprloe 25-.
Redourguarantee. amonjg ALg Ayj
O. C. BJay & Slrackett.
Sole Proprietors. Kansas CItv, Mo.
Kor sale by J. J. BEDfiU, Druggist,
Centrally located; Gool fare, and notron.
ole spared to make guests comfortable
Good barn for horses and
I SI BEST
II not soia m TOIlr tmm.mn
. can (jot them byroad. Thrrn
US a. Altai flrH tnr n.t. .
togne and Pricra. Tho Old at and not eztmritc &d
Grmtrrs in tie Unite,! Rata.
DAVID lANDKETU & SONS,?EHiOA. Ji.
DAYID A. MORTON,
JSeniaJia City, Xebras7:a.
Machine repairing and-horseshoelng a spo
SHIPPER AXD DEALER IS
Farmers, please call and get prices ; I want
10 handle your stock.
Office First National Bank.
I.vnchhurjf. Va.; ex Cov A G tirovvn. JIM.: Irueor;oA Mtli-M. IJrmvruvlllP. Teon.: Itev J Glbnon
Crawford. Oa: Cliarie Walton. editor sntlnl.C B ryke. edttor KInridan. Joliu U Baker, hnnkcr
Tallahassee. Florida: Jreph K Prkias. 51 If MontKOinerv. I)r K A Moore. York. A l- lion X Wood-rutr.ex-mayor.tialma.
Alabama: ColJamM Orr.irrvlIie A';!)- Kirttwitrlck. Iter 3Ir .Vlllkan.
IlevTESinltU.Capt J J I.von.b'inKPr.CartersvlIIe.Ga.: Hev 1'ho-nos r IJaller. Marian. Ato.; tI.SK
noyd.Cle'fland.Tenn.: lion Jasper niackburu. tx ineinher C'tngr-m. N'er OrloaiM. Iji Ktr X
CIIanon. MorjruUown. N C: lion Jii A Laldley. Ctiirle town. W. Va.: Vr Jont9. lliRrole-. La.
J II Whitaket, Alderman, Hoses Hobtrt. Mr C I Watt. Diivenjwirr. Iowh.
See these testtni'fni i! tn paaiphl-t Davenport Med cat Journal with hundred! or other striking
instances oi Ult. CONXAUUIITOX'Sphenonjenal success.
PROMINENT ENDORSEMENTS :
Wehave received the most astonishing cures atthehand-inr Dr. Connanshtoa. aftr "hJRtv- ftjp
ten. fifteen to twoutr years, without rWier: IJr.llurJcwIale. Danville. A'a.: CoL Jno. Baker. MhiM1
K74 Rev.Joseph Hart. Kock Island. III.; Mrt.cr Watt.Davenport.Iowa.
FROM HOX. J. IT 3IURPIIV. a prominent Lawyi-r or Davenport. lewa.
It please me to say that Dr. Walter I'.Conuaucliton of th:s city, has been a resMnt arinw-R-port.
Iowa, for two years, and durinK alt that time has ben constantly ensaged In tbe practtee ttf hb
profession. lie IsacenHeman by nature and culture and has ever proven himself to be aa Horak4e
man. Ills practice has been varied and extensive, and atten td wiMj line nxue-is I have seea cvr
tllicatesfromvirue of our best ueople to thecflTect that the rctor's skill ha-i prodocecl vrnnirfai
cures. I cheerfully recommend aim to theconil'lenCeor theamicted. JOilX II. MUKPJtY.
Dr. Connaush'on, whose wonderful cures are known throuz'iout the United HtatM. has after a
n'arly threemonths respite from business, resumed active practice at 3. Brady street. IKivenport
Iowa Forest Block.
FltOSr EDH'ARD ItUrf3Erx.Ksq.. Postmaster and Editor Gazette. Davennort. Tw
During the past two years I have r.eea called upon at various times, by persons of excellent re
pute and unquestioned character. whohave volunteered tatementtt an to tbe results of treatment by
them, or by members of their families received at the hands of Dr. W. p. ConnauKhrtm. Th- volun
teer testimony thus oft red. appanmtly because of gratitude to the doctor, for hen-rits secured has
been unequivocal, direct, and convincing. Therefore, while I have had no occasion to test tbe fact In
my own experience, I do not hesitate to enresstheopinlon that Dr. Counaughtoit Is a phvsfetnR ot
rare ability, and. In the line of hU speeia'riw. itie who-ie professional labors have been altet'l! with
marked success. In all tho personal and business relations of Dr. Conaughton and mjM-jr. nr with
this othce.I have found him tobeagentltmau In every sense of the term. ED. BUKr.I
Ills eminent ability, nnd modern sjstem of enre. endorsed by the most prominent representative
menof the nation. and a world-widefame acquired durlnghls residence In Davenport, iowu. beine
permanently established tnereslnce 1S73, and wherehls snecesse are such as to attract universal a
tentlonby reason of their nnparaileled Treiults, place him attlie head orbit profession.
All who wish to avail fhemselves of his extraordinary successful mode of treatment a mednrn
systeni of cure, differing from ail others, consequent on years or patient tuvestl;ation. and largt ex
perience, resulting irorathe largest practice In America, or probably lu tho world should apply with
eS Dr.Connanghton.of-HB Bradr Street. Davenport. Iowa. suconwfHlly treats cicrl f tb
head, teroat, bronchial and lung affections, as well as denfness.and diseases of the eye at a eirtalso
builds up broken down constitutions. Those who reside ata distance and cannot call per nilly can
write symptoms of their aliments and send for home treatment.
Send 3-centstamp for pamphlets DavenportJIedica! lournaland ATreatise oq Catarrh of tho
Head with evidence of his phenomiual success. Hours for personal consultation: 9 o'clock a. hi. to
130 p. m., and 2 to 3 p. m.
Early application to one skilled In tbetrdatme-.it of catarrh, throat and lung diseases, has saved
and may rave thousands J rum that dreadful disease Consumption.
Dr. Coanaughton has originated and adopted apecullar system, whicn has proved the most rntlea
al and successful yet Instituted. Ills worthy of repetition In this connection tosay that the treatment
of all diseases of the eyeand ear. bead, tuna: and lunc, asadopteI brDr.Connaughton In his prac.
tlce. la so entirely utuerent irom tne usual ron in cou-se or ine meuicai proiession mat correspondlae
dilTernces In results ensus from his moro rational and modern sjstem of cure. Dr. oanaugbtoa has
devoted a lifetime ro the investigation and treatment of tnese diseases, and has originated the mess
successful course of treatment yet lustituied, as the mauy thousands of cures have c-stablished the fact
beyond all doubt.
Dr. Oonnaugbton's Modern System of Medicated Inhalations. Local Appliances and Constitutional
Treatment cl'kb whereall others fall. Catarrh. Throat, Bronchial and Lung Allectloas ESTAMt.
Dr. Connaughion's offices, 403 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.