Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1881)
OHIimSDAr, SAT? &&,' 1188 $f t.
-'Window Shades at sickoll s.
Wo had heavy rain
Sheriff Klecknor caught a 74 lb. eat
Ilsh the othor morning. '' .'
- "Herks'hlro hogs, highbred for sale
'bv Stuvonson & Cross
Soot will protect your cabbage
and other plants frdm 'insects.
Call at this oillco for all kinds of
job Work, at reasonable rates.
Gook Stove- for Sale "Monogram"
Xo. 8, apnly to Vtmuiiu fc P.dinoi'.
Second hand No. 8 cook stove,!
good :Ts new, for sale . cheap. 'Call -rnt
hisVmco. ''..'' , ' i
Dr. Golllns, DuUisit, lirownville
'OHice hours, J) a. m. to 5 p. in. Not at
homo on "Fridays. '
,lohn Davis has a splendid garden,
'and is supplying his customers with
'very excellent early vegetable i.
Keystone Corn llmhtor tho stand
ard light running and accurate drop of'
the country. Sti:vi:nson cc cross.
Every lover of good singing
should hear Miss Fannie Arnold and
her-eompany on Thursday evening 10th
.Nothing lurnisnes a room so nice
ly and adds'to the comfort of a homo
so much as that beautiful wall paper at
Nickell's Drug Storo.
Many rii ciirileHmiuent subscrib
ers, are responding promptly to our
call for 'help, and have our earnest,
-thanks We hope all will recdivo ouiJ
collectors-with kindness, and pay up
as soon as they possibly can. Live and
let live is all wo ask, and this, certainly
all will accord.
3?almer & Furman have fixed up
;ti room at their place- of business for
the accommodation an'd comfort of all
'who' desire to enjoy u disli of icecream.
It is cosy and convenient, with clean
'-nico tables and other fixtures. .Ladies
and gentlemen of town and country are
. solicited jlo. call at Palmer and Fur
man's and test the quality of their ice
A man living'iii'Missouii can o to
: town one day U'is week, pot uh link,
and started for home. He stopped
on the sand bar east of town, laid down
. in his sRiif and went to sleep. During
the night the skill tloated oll.dmvn tho
'river, and tho next morning tho man
was found on the bank of the river be
. low Aspinwall, lying in the mud and
water, almost dead. If he had not
been found he would have died in a
short time. That man laid better let
whisky alone. Nemaha Times,
That man was Bill May. Poor Bill,
Ho has as big a heart-astuiybody, but
whihkyhas got away with him. He
can't reform. Whisky is tho only
thing that could conquer Hill May,
mil hold him in slavery. Ho luis seen
the day that he could hold a bull by
i the horns, but he is not man enough to
. shake off whisky and live hencefor-
word a decent sober man, and then
dieJiko one. Bill will doubtless die a
. misectolodrunkard probably on some
sand bar. He would stay on a sand
i bar twe .veettb up to his chin in mud
add water, for a bottle of whisky.
Kverboily likes Bill May, whenlho's
sober, atldJiii'likes ovrjvlody, but he
i likes whisky better than he likes any
t body bettor than solf, wife, ,or child.
'Not that he loves frieikls.iand family
' less; but nira-more. We have known
. Bill Mr.y to yivo a slavo his freedom,
. and divide" his loaf with the poor. Ho
would give his last dollar to a needy
mortal and then swim the Missouri
liver lor a drink bt whisky-arid .go on
. awi-ek'sdrunk. AVo onco mot Hill
over at Phelps,and calling our atten
tion icn'noeity improvements he said:
'Doryoneee that shanty over thero?"
' Poiifring-tovnnVa- small square build
I'ingiliaUserYed'as a cakiboos(WWtttl
I bnilt'thntynnd thebe -Kidowalks, mid
did this grAding. 'P'biiilt that cooler fr
and Hyo ' in it . most of my
time. "When they want' to mako
some more improvements- thoyi just
erk np 'old BUI May' for getting" dinrik
and fine him, and then go. on . With
tlioir wo'rk. "I ' have "paid -'en.
i money enough to own the' damnitown."
We are glad Bill got off Of that sand
v bar alive, but would bo better pleased
to hear that his soaking in tho sand had
soaked out of him. all his appetite for
Wilder Abbott started to Chicago
' Wt are pleased to see Ii. M. Hiiiley
out again after his severe illness
Mr. J. 1'. Hoover and family,
were visiting the family of'IJt Cjl-ladket,
TedMuddart is making extensive
improvements on his property near the
Geo. llomewood was in town Sat
urday and took a nice skiff out to his
mil) eu the Nemaha.
Tho city fathers have put in a new
and substantial bridge at the foot of
Collego street. Roub. Burger die. the
Mrs. Ilatehett has fitted up a room
tip stairs ifer tho beiuiilt of ladies and
gentlemen who wisli to take their ice
'Oream in private.
' Tho "Hello of JJrownville" made
lonoitrip to J'oiu Sunday, and another
Monday with stook which will beship
ped from that point.
JMv. Dunham, 'lately from
New Yurie, has decided to locate in this
county. lie has irented tho distillery
(property of Ted tTTuddart, and will en
gage in stock raising, wo understand.
Misses Fannie Arnold and Alice
Ilitto will start Friday mornitjr to To-
peka, .Kansas to till an engagement to
sing at the Might Worthy Grand Lodge
of Good Templars, which will meet at
that place next week.
Tion. Chuixh Iflowe wus in tho
city Saturday last, lie hauled 72 head
of fathogs to Peru last week and got ft '.i
for them. Holms plenty more grow
ing. Ho recently enlarged his iarm
by the purchase of an adjoining quar
We learn that Miss Cora Gates will
sing in Lincoln on the 20th inst., at an
entertainment to bo given by Prof.
Chamberlain. MissJannio Arnold will
also sing in Lincoln at the commence
ment exercises of tho State University,
about the 8th of June.
Tho Union Hotel by J.G. Pussell
is now the best kept house in tho city.
And by the way tho outside would
make a much better appearance if that
old stable adjoining it on the east was
either torn down or made respectable
with a new front. It is a miserablo
About two weeks ago Mr. Tar.vit(
Church, near Brownville, Nemaha
county, sold his hogs In this market.
Mr. Church lives about half way be
tween Hrownville anil Humboldt, lie
took his hogs to the latter , place (from
tho fact that trains werj not .xunnjug
from either Brownville w Nemaha
City, the road bed being ttamaged by
the high wateraiuid ware not thca&ml
are not'yetu-epah'ed. .Hogs weie away,
up at that time, -and 'Mr. -'Church, .like
others in his neighborhood, preferred to
tako the chances in an inferior' market
rather tluui not to sell at all. tllad
trains been running, Mr. -Church and
his neighbors would iiave . matvketed
their hogs at Nemaha City.
c I .AIUI UM P
For a good Cooking Stove with tho
most and best trimmings call on Wil
ling Uros. & Jordon.
McGee & Moore have
a nice line of spring
clothing. Call iimd
Pebout is tho name of Guilmette's
Kidney Pad agent. This Jhlboilt is a
. . , , , ,
swindler to our personal knowledge.
And the pad from what, we dearil1 is H
fiist water fraud. A tow string around
the waist would serve equally- as hcalr
ing a purpose, suirtibeHesa expensive,
aj'ebout, the liar and swindler pass
"Willing Bros. & .Jordan tiavo a lar' e
istofk of the best barb wire. Call anf
Married, on Sunday loth inst., by
TA(. -Chas, Howe, fit Neiredia 'City,
, r -r -i n , ... -w .. .
Mr. L. M. Butler and Miss 'Mary 'J'J.
Coryoll, daughtor.jof Eld. D. 11. Coryell,
l oi this city.
How things do grow.
- J.B. "Finch spoke -in the M. E.
,(AKreh, Saturday eening.
' Mr. II. Crandoll -has been .Hiun
jivwied to Indianoia to superintend
bridge building for tho TJ. &.M. R. H.
Linden lodge, I. 0. G. T held a
public instalation Friday night. The
exorcises consisted of music ly tho
Sheridan band.and sonii short speeches. Ji
Alter the exercises tho band boys lc
pah'cd to tho resi&enoo of II. F. Palmer,
where they ate oysters, furnished 'some
more music, listonoil to music by Miss
Hustle, and came homo happy.
There was a littlo fight between;
two boys in Sheridan Sunday last, and'
while the boystfought a man -Btd by
and cried "Kill him, pound 'him to
We were greatly surprised one'
day last week to seo a young man that.
wo have regarded as one of our mostl
.sober, industrious and prosperous citi-1
zens acting more liko a lunatic than a
sane man, and declaring that he was a
dd sight bettor man than J. (, find
all this because he drank two ghussesi
lttish 0. Fellows starts Tuesday for
Illinois. Doubtless it is "a Sage con
clusion" that takes him thither. May
they bo happy.
A fine line of para
Nomaha 'Jlbnen: Thursday Habe
Elliott received Ai' boss at Trow
bridge's farm, for which he had pre
viously contracted. He will ship them
to Chicago Justus soon as trains get to
running again. The hogs are a splen
did lot, averaging nearly MO pounds
apiece. Fivo cents per pound was tho
price paid for them. Our farmers cer
tainly cmuot grumble at that price.
A largo force of hands aro at work
on the railroad between Nemaha City
and Hrownvillo. The track is ina very
bad shape, much of it being off the
Dr. Foster has not sold his residence,
to Dr. Uwens. as stated hy tnejSionialia
correspondent of the AuvKia'isim,
although ho will leave next Monday
for Hamlin Kausns, where he intends
Tho -peoploof Nemaha City should
immediately havo tho roads coming1
into tho town from the west and south
put into good condition. There ,aio
soveral plaets in these 'roads that need
hxing'bauly. 'Tho most of our trade?
come-s from those diicctioiuj, anil our
eiti'eius cannot aTtoi'd to "let .the roalls
teiuiliii in a'bad condition.
John 13. Finch keturcd -at Aspim
wall Tuesday night, and utlist of ,sb:-
toon names v as procured foi tho for-
mation.of.a, docd ITeinphus '.lodge at
Uineii and mohair
ulsters at McGee &,
On Tuesday, 17th inst., at an early
hour in tliOi.forenoon, tho city council
met in tho district court room, board
all present except councilman Neid-
hart. Tho petition of Phil. F raker t(j
keep a saloon in thecity,ol Hro.wuvilloj
without specifying the ward or house,
and his bond were appro vqd.aud'hcense
granted, under ordinance drawn U
conform to the old liquor. Jaw. A .aimr
ilar licenso was granted to Jacob
Itauschkul)). Aftu some other Ijusl
uess tho council ndjuur.iu'd. . Jefff
Campbell's application ior lioeuso is
still pending, we presumo, us the last
entry on tho.'touiiijil ' jourr.al reads.
"Adjourned to meet Tuesday, May 24,
1881, in case Jeff, Campbell so'.desires."
Wo to-day call attention to tlio ndvertlHOr
montof tho itrJitiy ai inttorn, which vmk
he found In another column. Tl.cso llltlum
aro mado from tho purml ond bent material.,
dor them taipqrior to all p'tiers In dlsorderH
of thefltoinaoh, Ilowels, I.lvcrA(ii.
"Tlioroiigh bred -Coploy Shepherd
pups rfOtEurnua Ftinji, -Hrownvillo,
Best sewing viacJrinos in
the market at J.JL. McG&eis.
'rrh-HhlpcnmoHaUliiKOvor tho Soft," aud
broiiKhtru-W.llouHy pnnRotirter. .Ho took Dr.
Mnrflhull'H BromUno -and wuh cured. Ui
booties and prices rrnHonoblo r0centH.
.Canotlpntlon of tho bowelH, bllloUHtieHH,
Almpuro blood, general inblllty, aro all ourod
,hliT- ftIftrB"uU ' romouno, mo iu mood
UJOivor cure, nuiu uy mi urugKiHlH,
. . il
Kalsomining of all colors, at Nlck-
, , .oU'a,Drug f?tQr?.
Tlio Orcntimt Illuming
A Rltuplo, pure, bnrinlcsH roincdy, tbnt
cures ovory time, nnd piuvuntH (Hhiuiho by
keeping tlio blood puro, Rtomach rcfciilnr,
IcIoiioyH mid liver uctlvo, 1h tlio jienleKi
ItlrHHliiK .over conferred upon tiiou. illop
lilt tntK. 1h tluvt Toinuilv. nnd ltK nnmrliitnrx
urolielOK blNHscd by tbousntidk .wlio bitvn
been mivul nnd euitvl by l, Wllliyp.u try
It."? cuiioUiuixoluimi. ,
iClVin I1 )' Dqctorn'
"iHiHposHlblo Hint Mr. fJodfroy l upnd!
at work, nnd rurinl by ro Hlmplo n rprnedy?' '
"IiiNHiiro yiwu liltttriioitJnit Jiols ontlrly,
riireO.ioul ,ylU: notjilnx butjnji llltlera
iindnly. ton nyn iiija llH.do;rn unvo'lilin'
U oik) wild tin iiiiinI die!" ,
"Woll-n-duy! That 1b remiirknbln! ,1 .will
ko tlilsdny and got nomo for my poor
(ieori;e I know bops uro koocI."
It iHtinplpntnnt to bo continually hnok
Irnriviid coiikIiIiik. Ono bottle of Tr. Mnr
hIiiOh Lun Hyrup will euro yon, 1'rloo twen
ty lvo ,oiid Ufty cents a bottlo. IJruKlflt"
Wb. red, wlilto,..nnd bluo tloats for nil.
nnd Ur.MiirrihuM'HjujRf; Hyrup ! mndo for
nil. fit cures couyliH, (oliC.n and Inlluonza.
v.felt yonrKlriiKRlHt for It.
"I on vtmri'tliat.pjl"
In what a lady of -Hoston aald toior,hun
bnnd when ho brought homo omo motltclno
to'uroher of hIpIc hcitdncho anil nournlgla
which hnd mado her mlHcrablo for fourteen
ycarH. At HiHt attack thereafter It waH .ad
mlulsteQd, to lnr,vvJtfi sueh good resultH tnit
hhacqKtln,iiin'-,isO''itU cured, nnd mndo
ho ontliuMnfUcIn Un prnUothnUiho Induced
twonly-two of tiobrt famipeln herolrclo
to, adopt ttaHihftr.ixnular family ,pH!dlcno
'I'hat "Btutr" lH-HoptUlttor8.
'Pasture tor Stock.
I'desiie to irrforui parties whodesiro
to. have stock -jKtmed that I will re
ceivo.a.limittfd nuinherof well brand
ed'stoers to pasturo at 3." eonts pjpr
month or in herd atiSO.eeots'per month
and yearling colts in pasture at 7."i cents,
olilor horses !?1.00 Tier month. Pasture
contains ."WO aoies with-cunning water.
Fivo miles-west of'.fohiiRon.
Mike Uarada says the fellow who
drives the stage hack, between Tecum
sell and Oteus' Al. Cox is his name
iecently robbed his little girl of all hor
monwy when she rodo in with him from
Teoumseh to Otons' . recently. Cox
should not bo permitted to carry the
mail, and he ought to bo under lock and
key if Mike's, story js.true, and we do
not doubt it.
Ai!B DA 3aq.v nAoad putt uoufl.
oin ?u vo u.woi O) ouioo uo. uoiw
"Viojuioo .pun viojiib 'BKoinuvKuaid
ood. spuoi Dfinoii sq1 jo p;inuipiiod
-du .?jqao pui!s.niifj.) vnq 'wpnqqKaqi
ojqu) im 'soAVi 0,ll u! ofiuoq Aiip-ii
Oii'lb Boq oin oq o popaooau AiBiioui
-immn K 'oiijAii.woaji 'cisnon noikH'
(unpuu Ioojoa -SupunsB(p ii inoi()iAv
'eotns paijufl oq; jo quopjsoj,! p.uiqoDp
Upoi svii joiuo; jo fltrn qoa2 oqx
on farm implements by Tom Richards.
- Jolm .McNuul, a former resident qf ,
this city, has purchased tho store of '
John A. Ponti, '
JFcadqiuirt&rs on Piques''
lawJis, GnibroUl&i'ics, dress
ginghams at J. L, ,haGee's.
Highest maikol price i.auTby V). It,
Douglas fc Co.
MAKE, ATT & BtirX'Ci,
Dry QnodH, (Irncerh'H.Kciuly Mndo C'lotliltiK,
HootH, Hliocs. JJihtH.X'np'1, mid n'OoOfirnl A
sprlmcnt of Drum unU 1'atcnt Mudlchica.
3lJlKliCHt jirloort i(Ud for butlur nml
livery wound or Injury, oven by ncpldoiU,
nr nny dlnciwo, oiiUUph i Holdlcr of tho liitu
wur to ii j)uiihIiu. All .I'mihIoiih by tlio tv
nf .livnuury 1H7U, bqmit u.u nl Unto of ill
olini'KO or tlfntli of tho HOlilicr. AM on titled
Nlinuld (kply nt oui-c. T1mim,ik)m wlio uro
now dritwiiiK iv pulsion nro entitled to nil
Inort'ftNo. Hnldtnrn mid wldoWN of tlio wur
of 1812, mid Me.Tlnin wur nrooutltled to pon
Mlon.i. TluniHondHitro vol nutltlod to bounty
Imtdo mil UuovU. VwH in nil uusrm SU
l'rty for .ovory dtiicrlpttnn of wur clutms
vullrclMl. JCm ploy nil nMornoy rosldlnu In
WiiililiiKtoii, who can Klvo porHonnl ntton
Hon loyour btiHlnohfl. Anierlniii nnd For
lti pntoutH obtained on short nottco. Hontl
two itimpH'for poiiHlon nnd bounty liwn.
AllrttKM V. T. KITZUKHAliO, U. H.
(Mttlin Agent, Look llox 1'2'J, WtuililUKlnti,
1). C. fob 17
UITlK)ltlZi:i) 11V TIIK U. h. (iOVKIIN.MKNT,.
First National Bank
jyjXO T NVIL'L E
IS 1MIKPAHKOTO TIIANHAOT A
General Banking Busines.,
1UJV AN HKIJj
COIN & OURREN.OY DBAFTS
oil idl the lirlnclpnl cities nf tlio
Uifitod Srf.titoa and Europe
Onii)irovn(lHerurlty only. Tltuo DrnflH dlicnuiit
ern. DpnlurHlii ClOVKIWMKfiT PONUH,
STATE, COUNTY & CI.W SECURITIES
aucotved pnyaliloniMlpninial.niiil JNT-KHK.T al
lowed on tlinucL-rtlllcnli uCdupnHjt.
DI lllCtrroUS.-Wm.T. Won, ,;i. M. IVUlay, M.A
.Knndluy. Kriuik K. JoIiuhoii, ritlir Uonilluy
Win. Frnliihor. '
.10IKV 1j. CAItvSOvX,
A.Il. DAVIHON.Canhlgr. rrcIdont
Wuriii-i-'a Nnfu I'IIIm uro an linmcllnto
ntbuuiiifi for n Turnld Liver, nnd euro Contlve
nfsH, Uyjipppuin. Jllllousnoss, Jliuoui jnnrrnrua,
Malaria, ver uijd . Akuo, and aro u-i-fiil nt
times In nfnrfy nil J)Ivivi-h to cikiso a fri-o nnd
rcKiilnr nctlnn (if tile lltiwoU. Tho beat antl
tlutn for nil Mjiliulvl 1'oJHun. Price, Iw. n box.
nml Hlo'n to tlui Hill
Ncunilirfn. I'n-venth Knllcnllc FIIh. mid In tlio
(l MUn to inn Huiicrniir, curim upwiur-iiit nno
Ncy.rnlgln, rri'venis jcpueinic
host rempily for Nervous Proltrntlvn brought,
en by i-xcchdIvo drinking, over-work, inontul
sliOckn anil other ciuisoh. It rollovoH tho I'nlui
or utl niRi-nnefi, nml la nuvcr Injurious to tho
nysUiin. The boat of ull Nervlm-a. Dottles of
iwo i.is prices, wc,
nil DoulerH In
fftHeiid for I'o'nphlet
A ff"ftffflt'2?tS?i.,l.W' J'?'. Jlr'Ue.
miffiMZZSWlflV. "P-fx'"va Lire
- -. luuiiLuii fiirt. n
Tie gl'O nii Urn ind tI- l ik. .i ... i.. i
thoiVuh?rifHl,,l0T,ncnt,ic"uw 'i-Api'laWty ot 8
i wiucuB'iijpUtUoekk.ljut If you'enly fctl
irailorrolacrnUlo.tisa Urn iltU!iuton(M.
h.tlJ W.!?.11 ?irrtfl "' the7. t euro or
.,.'...,.,.. ""'ry'wi. ",J Kf ,jour i ncjiy.-
aco'tuul ure. thoS uUTfSn iVt.;WBUUU uu
"JfJl " ''JnrulldV Friend UBdIIbpe,"
Cat (oino tlili Unr, tja
nor Ootoh CtniBlatiiolwrotcst, wtfeit nail bent.
TkITA.1liK nt it
D" 3.S.iJ!.?xlft?Iuto.,11i IrrceliUble euro fordnuito-'j
. , .j V4 ujulU) iodocco una uarcoucsi iu
SoU by AwtfUu. Hop nitUr. W. Co. nh.,Ur, N.YM
Powered by Open ONI