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Or. W. IJairbrothor & Co.,
PnhlUher ifc Proprietor.
Subscription, 2X0 Por Year In Advance
HTICI.VIjTaIE11 OFT HE COUNTY.
- There was a faniliuiBO In thoopcra
house Monday night.
, Thanks to frJuml Jiiilkins for a
chunk of nice maple BtitfaT.
The river is again rising rapidly.
Jiig waters reported alwve.
Urownvillo ought to have a
niarshal, don't you think ho?
Xew lot of (Mass and Quoenawnre
at Sooimui'fl. Call and oxuinino new
. Van "Wyck is tho name of a town
in Itnok osunly, called .after our jiow
Tho excess of exports otct im
ports for tho year ending April SOtli
A pamphlet "Course of study of
the Urownvillo High School" will be
jsuuctl from this ofllco this week.
Al. ft. ft wan, of Sheridan, has ac
ccptcd an invitation to ilollvora Fourth
of July address at Dresden.Otoo county.
"Uusl'.u'ss" becamo entirely too
liot in 13rovnvillo Monday evening,
and tho saloons shut up befloro dark to
let things cool oif.
Library rooms are open every .Sat
urday. Miss Alien .1 mild ns was li
brarian for tho past anonfh, and .MIbs
Lizzio Slnirtsfor .Tune.
T15vory inoinber of tho Temple of
"Ifonor is requested to 'be at tho nieet
ihrg next Alonilay ft veiling. Important
and interesting business.
K. .11. AVilcox received a telegram
I'rom l'lattstnouth to look out for the
" body Ll a Hioj. drowned tilioro last Sat
tmlay, 2Bfh tAL
rr. L. M. Poster has finally lo
cated at Morrill, Kansas, instead of
Jlanflin, as ho first intended. Ho
.moved his XuiuUy to Matxill this wctilc
lkoAViivTUosSalooiis aro ivowfleTTrng
liquor in violation of law, it is bclievod
3)y.many, Wa understand that yvo
iceeflhigs willl be takim at onco to test
The Donioerata of the Now York
acgiKlaturo liavo nominated John C
Jaoolts and tax-Senator Roman. Who
ttlieluilf-1free(lBiwiflvrtofor 5s not yet
The Nemaha City Clipper baso
.ball club .respectfully invite any club
wishing to ongago in a game of art to
boon ihedr grounds Saturday of next
Why was (icu. Punke turned outl
of tho Lincoln postolllco? Hucauso ho
was a Germany He is oortainly u.truo
Hopublicau,.an influential one, and was
.an ethcieutill M.
Atteudani'o at tho llreat Keolcuk
Mercantile College will run over two
thousand students this season. Young
men should address Prof. Miller, Keo
kuk, Iowa, for circulars and specimens.
We lear oonsidorablo complaint
'thatjiauch soml ,00111 has proven bad,
failing to grow, and that cut worms
aro extremely destructive. Ono fann
er iUVrms -us that he will havo to ro
plant & -10-aero .Ueld rum .ttie latter
John C. MtrRinde, editor of tho
Nebraska Farmer, lint -received tho ai-'
g)Qintment of postnmstur .at Unooln.
it wasn't mado.howover, "Irr.awdT.iUi
Jthe.alh(iiw.aud consent of tho icnntu,"
ttho .ippoiittiuent having been iinvdo
tnftor tho ?euate .adjourned. Wo pro.
sumohowQvertlutt,Mr. Mollrido will
havo no trouble in locclving contlrma-
ttion, when tho Semite unv;!,a again next
.Arnold ,.aujl Ms
llitte, as follows;
Miss 'Arnold, of iDrowntllle, Neb.!
who has been in Boston, for years
1 studying mus'-c, has finished hoi; wmaiel
ccducat ion and returned I101110. Shu ut-
toarWd. Mie sossi m of tlu right woithy
grand' ldagt.nt Topoku. -Hor singing
was 110 sintill .purtof attraction, of j tjhe
session. Her. hmtou is .'fauljless (md
must be heard tiMw-rttilly appreciated.
Miss Hltt.also of licuwafliiljj.v.wus.An
attendance. She is a most.-o.xuUont
. tilto singqr.
ON THE OUTER WALLS,
Is'Agab tho Pioud Bannorof tho B. & 0.,
and by Anotbor Happy Stroke of Enter
prise goes to tho Front.
The Ualtinioro and Ohio having per
fected all tho details of the elaboraJo
sorios of improvements it lias bocu
making of late, announcCH a. change in
its time schedule to go into cJfoct on
tho i!2d instant. Under this now
schedule tho timo between Chicago
and tho East is greatly lessened. The
afternoon, fast lino which formerly loft
at '1.03 now leaves at 5.1i3, arriving at
Xew York atUO tho second morning.
This is a solid train running through
to Washington, llaltimoro, Philadel
phia and Now York witlrout change of
cares of any class whatever, Tho 15.
& 0, is tho only Hire 'Offering this great
advantage, as by other lines changes
of cars are mado except sleepers.
Tho great convenience of tho entire
train running through without change
must bo most apparent to those who
havo been forced to clumgu cara at un
reasonable hours of tho night anil in
many ways been put to no little trouble
in getting their families and baggage
from one train to another. There is
nothing of this on tho JJ. & O. for if
one so chooses tho oar -that he takes in
Chicago he may remain in until ho
reaches Now York city. As all tho
eastern lines run trains leaving Chica
go at 5.15, it is interesting to note that
tho K & 0. trato leaving at that hour
reaches Washington a whole night in
advance of tho 5.15 trains on compet
ing roads or in othoi words, thoio
who leavo Chicago for Washington
via tho 1$. & 0. reach thero tiro 7ioxt
evening, while by taking other lines
tliey would not reach the National
Capital until tho second morning. Tho
timo from New York to Chicago is
lessened an hour, tho fast express be
ing duo at 7.yo instead of 8.:50 as here
tofore. There is no luateriul change
in tho departure of the morning .train
for the ICast. The sploudid accomoda
tions offered on tho Now 15. &0. Sleep
ers aro certainly unexcelled m every
thing which tends to render such cars
luxurious and convenient. In fact in
many respects they aro superior to any
sleeping ears run anywhere. They are
larger and finer in every way, and tho
conductors and porters aire gentlemen
in ovory sonso of tho word. Tho line
of new 'Parlor Oira has just been
placed unou bhoaoad ami tho mars are
beauties indeed. In their construction
they embraeo many novelties, while in
general effect they aro .matchless, Tho f
Hilling Car Lino in and out of Chicuga "curry cow,,s- H0 ,,VUb,1C8' lld pver
has become very jiopular, the moills thing usually Ires.t in a first-lass har-
sorved aro of the very bast anfl t!o at;
tendance is all tUie most fastidious
could ask for. Tho Dining Halls on
the entire line are now under tho im
mediate management of the company
and well deaervo the popularity they
have olitaiuctl iis tho host iu the
A ITMliip tfoke.
A prcnnlncntJIMiyalcltui of l'ltltflmTK wild
,(oli!iiKly ,tou Jily mtlcnt wUo M'an rain-
lilnlnlnj; of Iilt.cujUIiwioiI 111 lioulUi niul oh
liUiluabltity toicuo liur, "try Ua Hllti'rs!"
The lmhy toil!; It In cnrnwl anil u.scd lliu
lltltorH, from whloli hIio obtukicil verninn
ont lioaltli. Hho now liuihs nt llio doctor
for litsjolio, but ho Is not no well iiloimcfl
with It, ns It cost lilm i rooiI patlont.
For a good Cooking Stovo with tho
most and best trimmings call on Wil
ling Bros. & Jordon.
Cash Paid for Wheat.
Tlio liigliest market price
paid for good wheat at Glen.
Hook Mills. 43tf
0. HUDDART & CO.
iforwdUup; Cotton woods, Ash, film,
Mimic, Box 1-Jlder, and ."sycamore,
Call-ou uiu for sizes and jirico.
JMU'L. V, FUUXAS.
7tf Urownville, Nebr,
Nothing Tarnishes a room so nice
ly and adds to theooiufort of a homo
so much as that beautiful wall paper at
vftiHcoll's Drug Store.
vCluucqD.jit Whittomoro's, at Bod
On iccoivtnofi,,pediug bcdst.Vi
for uy4Ci1stomors,; I, (jampot sparo any
Otiudnion tras. .W.iAJudkinf.
.-4 Cfdl,at tpH.ouico (or all kiitcs of
job work, at reasonable rates."'
At tho request of Mike Jfcirada, of
this city, we recently published an
item charging Al. Cox, of Tccumseh,
1 With having in effect robbed liarada's
little daughter when she was taking
passage on his lwxck from Tocumseh to
llrownville. Tho gist of Uarada's side
of tho matter is that by intimidation,
rough language to his daughter, and
abuse of her father, for not paring her
fare, she, altlrough knowing her faro
had been paid, to save herself from
further Insults from Cox, gave him all
tlKj inonoy she had, which was .i2.20.
Uappcars that when Miss Uarada camo
thwiigli, Elder J. J, Henry, of tho
Christian church, was .lso passenger
on the hack, and Mr. Cox, not liking to
rest under so serious a charge, has pro
cured from Eld. Henry and published
in tho TorchlijhU a statement regard
ing tho matter which is aa follows:
"1 went oit the hack, with Mr. Cox,
on tho day that Miss Mollie Darada was
said to bo robbed by tho driver. Was
with them during the whole time;
heard every woul spoken between
them. The facts are as follows: 1
roilo with the driver. Mollio rode be
hind on a scat to herself. Not ono
word jiiiwod between them, until we
arrived at Mr. Oten's.where wo changed
hacks. Mollio asked tho fare. Mr.
Cox replied, "two dollars. You owo
me for a foinwr ride. Your father
failed to pay it. It should have been
paid a year ago. Your regular faro
for tho two rides would really bo three
doJJars; but if you will -pay mo two
dollars cash, 1 11 call it square. 1 our
father has not acted tho gentleman
with ino, but I don't Watno you for it.
I don't say this to hurt your feelings."
Miss Harada then paid tiie two dollars,
willingly. J.J. Henry.
Aug am vr. oaojc! put! uoiuji
tW Vs IP'3 ujuiO o; onion no. iioiiaa
"jiroTmoo vst. qojnb 'sson'jmitnioHl
'OOTod 'Bpua; oHiioq oin jo juouiimoil
du Xjdao rmu sauHi.) soq 'tqwq -jeoq
'oiqti) qsojx ")MA. oqi "I osnoq Xup-ai
02'lfe.' isoq oq oij o pop.ioosu Xikiioui
-pnmrt kj 'ouiauaoj 'cisnon noimh
01H PUU lOOlOA SupUOBBJl) 11 UOinjAV
'Knvngpojuifi oqiJoiuopiS3j poaiqoap
raoaq-BBqaovioi jo inim inoaS oqx
Furman & Palmer lmvo fixed up
a room at their placo of business for
tho accommodation and comfort of all
who desiro to enjoy a dish of ico cream.
It is cosy and convenient, with clean
nico tables and other fixtures. Ladies
and gentloinon of town and country aro
.Mflioitcd to call at Palmer and Fur-
man's and test tho quality of their ice
harness, collars, whtys, saddles,
ness siioji, can 0111. 11. -JJiwer, corner
Mai'n and Sccood streets iBrownville,
STTOl T4BAT COVGIS,
By going to the roliahlo and well
known Drug stand of J. J. Bonder, at
Nemaha City, anfl buying a -Si bottle
f Green Mountain Coutfli Buham.
If, after usviing two-thhnfls, you get no
u'dTief, rettnm the lialanoe and g.'t your
money lmolc See advertisement in
DO YOU WANT
Nursery stoek, all kinds, of the very
1)0tt (iiiaMtj and varieties fre.sli from
tho gronnd in which they grow? G01
to FVKXAS NUliSETlY, Kiiown
vii.li:, Ni:iikaska. ."j7-tf
Wo to-day cull nttontlon lo tho nrtvertlso
inent of tho Prickly An'ti Ulttorn, which can
ho found In iwiollior column. Thcso Hitters
nro mudo from tlio purt'Ht nml bent inntorlalH,
nnd tholr tonlo und aatttnrtlc propertied ron
dorlhein RiiporJor tooll oMiois In dlsordero
of tlio Sloinacti, Ilowols, Llvor, Ac.
Just lleccivcd !
A large line of Dry Goods, Millinery
Goods and Notions, whicli will bo sold
atBF.l'J HOCK PRTTES. Call and see
Clieuu At Lowman's old stand.
"Bti'iuI is tho stitff -Of aife," and,
Homowood & ShliTcr'e Ulour as wliat
ladies gonerurry uso icm when thtjy'
want R-good article of the "stall." Can'
bo had at tho tftros and groceries at,
Wnwirvillo and NcmahaOity. .27ti
OiAl mpon Seeinan !f er groceriee at
low ,iriooR. Ho pays no front, does his
own woilc, Imys Tor caffli, and ho tcnti
nnil wall soil cheapor than any othur
liousa Highest market price paid for
For'Jirosli Groceries, Floxrr, Birfctor
and Eggs, or anything else in tho GltO
CEUY UNTJ; call on Jons MoXeaj.,
nt Lowinan's dlflfitand.
Dr. Colfine, Dontdst, Brownvillo
Offaie liours, 0 a. m. ie "D ,p. ,m.- .Not at
Lotu And Milt. Jones, under tho firm
name "of Jones Bros., having purchas
ed the meat market of Bath & Body,
would respectfully invito the public to
call and see thenu Jones Bros, claim
to understand their business, and will
not only keep all kinds of meats that
can be had in this market, but deal it
oiit in choice parcels, tastofully cut, to
suit purchasers. Bomember tho place
old atand of Body Bros.
Wncn Never TlilnltJ
If tteotrftbbod old bncholor vcho nttorod
tills fionllmcnt could but wltnesitho lntcimo
tliouuht, deep Hludy nnd tlioroufib Invcitlgn
tlon ot T7omn lndetcrmlnlrJKthobeBt med
icines tolcoop their fnmlllos well, nnd would
note their Bngaclly nnd wladom In ilectlnf?
Hop Ulttors an tlio best, and dctnonntrutlng
It by keeping tholr families In pcrpotunl
hoallli, nt n moro nominal ejipciiHo, ho
would bo orcod to nknowlcdfye that such
flontlmcnta nro bnselcitt nnd false.
Is hereby given that I will exnmino
all poisons who may desiro to oITct
themselves as candidate for teachers
of the rinmry or common schools of
this oonnty, at tho Court House, in
Brownvillo on the first Saturday in
each month. Philip Crothcr,
B. Bell Andrews, M. D.
rvcmnlm Citj-, Kcb.
Calls In the Country Promptly Attend
ed, day or niyht.
SPEOI Al, ATTENTION K'von to mimical
. dlHenHes of Yromou and surgical dlseaHcs
of tho eye.
BTir PatlontB from abrond can bo furnished
will pleasant, rooms and accommodations.
JFOMW Se MIJV1&M
Somalia City, Ko"b..
Mndo nnd ropalrec as well as can !bo done
anywhere, and nt short notlco
AMD VERY REASOXARLE TERMS.
J. J3. REE1?
LIVELY AND FEED SATBLE.
Good buggies nnd horses, charges reas
onable. Host; of care token of transient stock
LEVI JOHNSON, PROPRIETOR,
KEMAHA CITY NEB.,
Centrally located ; Oood fare, and no trou.
t)Io spared to timlco gnosis comfortable
Good barn for horses and
Ctuit'ges llcasoii able.
For your Agricultural Implemenls.goto
DAVID A. MORTON,
Farm and SprlT.i: Wnttnns. Sulky lMowu.
Ktlrrlng l'lowa, Corn l'lanlers, Harrows,!
vuii(iurn, itiuwurn, iiiiuviiiorN, inrn nueucrs,
and thollossTongueless Cultivator.
BHUUUM9KU MflfIMrmi MBKtTTTWll",1"l lfl.'"""TwnWEgTTW1
BTATE'OF NKBKA.SK A, 1, .
Conn'iw cif Nr.xuiA. nn
Notlco Is hereby g-lven, Unit by virtue of
an execution 4sued -out of the Jllstrlct
Uonrt of NomulmiCaunty, Htntu of Nebralca,
and to iniHllrected.nsSherlirof'fluldJounty,
upon a Judgment rendered by ilnrvls H.
Cuuroh, County Judge, within und J'nr said
County, and a transcript thereof duly JUod
and entered In tho District Clerk's ollleo ol
said CotitityJn a certain caso wherein Tho
State Batik of Not)rnsltaaConpfiratlon doliR
business In Brownvillo wu I'lalntlir, and
Theodore Iltll nnd Lewis Mill woroi defen
dants, I will oiror for sale at l'ubllo Auction,
nt tho door of tho Court llouso, In Brown
vllle, In said Comity, on Snturilny. tho nd
clay of July, A. 1)., tol.nt 1 o'clock. I M.
tho following described lands In Nomnha
County, Nobruska, to wit; (Tho undlvldod
ono sixth rvj lntorest In Lot eight 8 Block
8lxty.elght.&Sjlln Homiilia Clly, Nonrasiux,
togother with ull tho Improvements and
prlvllegos theroto belonging,
Taken on said execution as tbe property
of Theodore inil. Terms of sale cash.
Datod this '.'list day of May, A. D 1881.
JOHN M. KLECKNKK, Hlierlll.
Road Notice for Damages.
To all whom It may ooncorn: Ehe com
'inlsstonor appolntoll to locate a county
road, commenolng at tho .center of section
SO, township i, tNorth of rango IB anst and
running tlionco Honth 40,00 cimins to a
Htnkoontho south lllno of sold section 'JO,
terminntttng nt snld otitkn, ha reported in
favor-of'tho establishment thoroof, and all
objoctlons'tlioreto, or olalnw ifor dumagos,
nutlBtbo tfled In thnemintnolork'tioniceoTi nr
iboforo noon of tho 18th flay of Juno, A. i.
udoi, nreucu road will uo eatuununod, witu
outroforonootlioroto. :8AMDEL CULBKKTSON.
HTwi .bounty (Jloiic
Legal Notice. y
In tho District Court of Nomnha County,
Stnto of Nebraska.
JI Irani O. Minlck, admlnlstrn-l
tor t tho estnto of Jacob I
Diihlln. Deceased. Order to
vs. V show cause.
Eliza A. OrlutieJl nnd tho un
known heirs ot Jacob Dub
It appearing from thrpetltlon In tho above
entitled cause that there is not sulllelent
ftersonal ostato In tlio bands of said admin
strator to pny the dobts outstanding against
tho deceased and the expenses of adminis
tration and that It Is necessary to soil real
cstato for tho payment thereof.
It Is hereby ordered that notlco be given
by publication In tho Nrhkahka Anvi.n
TiHKiias required bylaw In such case, that
ull porsons Interested In said eslnto appear
before the Judgo of the Second Judicial Dis
trict of Nebraska, sitting at chambers at
the Academy of Music In tho city of Lin
coln, Lancaster County, Nobraska, on tho
asth day of June, 1S31, nt 3 o'clock I".
M.,to showcauso why a llconso should not
bo grouted to snld Administrator to sell n
much of the real estate of said dccoacd de
scribed In the petition as shall bo neecssnry
to pay hkU Ubt8. S. B. Pound,
In the District Court of Nemntia County,
Clmrlcs U Flint, Plnlntlir, 1
3Inry Houclilns and Hullo Edwnrds,
formerly Brilo Ilouchlns, Dcft's. J
Tho nbovo named Mary Ilouchlns, nou
resident dcfetideut, ivlll take notlco that on
tbo 281 U day of April, lasi, Charles L. Flint
plntntlir. tiled his pettUon In tho District
court of Nemnhn county, Nebrnska, agnlnst
said defeudents, tho object and prayer ot
which is to quiet the title of the pluiutlir In
nnd to thoHouth-Westqnnrter of the South
west n.unrtcr of section Twenty-Foui. Town
ship six In Hnngo Thirteen East, In Nemaha
county, Nebraska, and Uio relief demanded
consists In excluding defetidunts from nil
tltlo or Interest therein.
You aro reoulred to answer or otherwise
plead to saltl petition on or before tho Jth
day of July, lb8l.
CH A.KLKS h. FLINT.
By J. II. BUOADY AND S. A. OsnoitN, ins
ESTATE OF FKEDKBICKSEDOKAS, De
ceased. In thomnttorofallowlngthollnat
admlnlstratloa nccount of V. 11. Lorance,
administrator with tbo will annexed, of
tho estate of Frederick Sodom, dc eas
ed. Notlco Is hereby given that June 3d, A.
D. 1KS1 at luo'cloek n, in. at tho oftlce nt
tlio County Judge of Nemaha County, Ne
braska, In Brownvllle Nebraska, has been
fixed by tbo courtas tho timo nnd placo for
examining nnd allowing said account,
wliti nnd whore all porsons interested may
nppenrand contest the same,
Duted May Oth ISH1.
JOHN S. STULL,
17wl County Judge.
TESTATE OF BAKNETT HAWS. Dea-!ed,
!i In tbo County Courtof Nemaha County,
Nutleo Is Ivoroby gren that June 7th nnd
December JOth 18sl. nt 10 o'clock A. M ot
cneh clny. at the otHeeofthe County Judge of
NewiahaC'onwty, NetiriiKltii, In Browuvllle.
Netxrski, lvuvo Aeeni Uxed by the court as
the times and place when and where all per
sons who 'have clalmx nnd demands agntn-t
said deceased can have tlio same examined,
niUuvted and allowed. All claims not pre
sented axtho last mentioned date will bo for
ovor bn-rrcd, by ordrof thoemirt.
JGnN S. STULL,
LoRnl Notlco. j,
JOHN IIAUMAN, Owner of tbo real estate
hereinafter described, you mo hereby no
tilled thnt tbo following described rojd estate
to-wlt: Allot block fllty-llvo VM). situated
In tho town of-LotMlmi, Nemaha County, Ne
braska, was duly purchaned at tax sale on
the 11th day of April, 187(1, from A. H. .Gil
more, ns County Tressurer of wild county,
by A. F. and James Knox, for Uo tuxes lev
led thereon respectively for the years ls77,
Ib70, 1S7.0, 1S71, lb73, 187nnd 1871, and remain
ing dolliKpiertt nnd unpnkl wp to tlio time
of Mild tax sale.
You are alsotiotffied that tho said land wafc
taxed for the years atoresald in tho mime of
John lluumnu, and certificate of said pur
chase was on tlie isitli dny of April lb0 dulv
assigned to tho underslioicd. You aio fur
ther untitled thnt ttiotlmo of redemption
said laud irom said Uw suAe Uioreof will ex
pire SoptemlwrJst Ibbl, and that unless snld
lanils aro redeemed from said tax snlo on oi
before said last tiamed ilatoa deed will be de
manded by nnd Issued to the undersigned
pursuant to said sale and assignment there
of for said land.
Dated April 25th, 4S81.
18 w3 J F. WINTERS.
K Notice lsliereby lven,thnt by virtue of
an older of sale Issued out of tlio District
Court ot Nemaha County, Slato of Nebraska,
and to mo directed as Shorltr of said County,
upon a. doe-reo and Judgment rendered by
said -Court, ilti a case wherein -the State of
.Nebiaska to tlio use iuuI for tho benefit of the
School Fund thereof was plaintiff, and An
thony P. Cogswell and Laura .Cogswell, hlo
wile, and Benjamin llogeisand Rogers,
his wife, were defendants, I will of
fer for sale, nt-publlc auction, at tho door of
tlie Court llouso In Browuvllle, In said
Suturtlnj, .Time 5tli A. 1) 1KR1
at 1 o'clock 1. M tho follmvlng described
lands, In Nemaha County, NebniHka, to-wlt:
.Lot (Ught (Sjaud tho east hulf of lot seven (7)
In block nineteen (IWIn Brownvltle, Ncinn
ha 'oimty, stive and exoept tberelrom the
miHi;forty-Jlvol.'iifee.t of said Jot eight (S),
and east half of lot sovon J.71, together with
all tho Improvements ivud privileges there
lotiekitiglng. Tul'.on on said order of oalo ns tho property
Anthony d. Cogswell ana J.aura Cogswell,
his wife, and Benjamin lingers and Rog
ers, his -wife.
Terms f sale, onsh. '
Dated, thlnlJlth day of "May, 16S1.
JOHN M. KT.ECKNEK,
Notlco Is hereby lvon ihatliy vlrtno ot
mi order of snlo Issued out of tho District
'Court of Nemaha County Nebrnska, and t
uno directed s Shorltr of said -comity upon
ii4lcreo and Judgment rondored by said
Court In a caso wherein Walter F.-Straub and
AnneHtraub. executors of Jnao Kfrinih. dr-
ceaseil. woro plalntllls.audWIlllaiu M. Stark
wns .001011(111111, x will niior for sale
salontnubllo auction nt tho door of tho
CoiirtlIoiiBofln Brownvillo In said County on
Snturdty,.Jme, asth, A. 1). A88JI
at ono o'clock p. in., tho following described
lands, In Nomnha County Nebrnska, to-wlt :
The south half of tho southeast nunrtor of
section twonty-olght(2&), town four (4 north
of rnngo sixteen C1C), and tho northeast
quarter of section tbtrty-two (32), town four
(), north of rango-fltxtaoti'dO), and the south
wost'qunrlor of aeotlon ilvo (5), town four
1). north of rnngo rlfteon IS, togotbor with
Ull tho lmprovomontsuiMl prlwlloges tboro
to.lHDlonglng. Tiken on snld ordorof sale as tho prop
orty or William Tfl. Htarii. v v
Terms Mf stflo. cash.
Dated, itblslth day of May, ifisi.
I'JwS ifOICN M.fKLECKNKrt, Shorltr.
It you want nny 'kinil of job
workilouo, .lllain or fancy., Dlunks, liill
'hearts or letter heads, liorso billn, visit
in carfls, woililing ciirils, etc. "Wo.
huvoiino'oT Cholieat jol) oITlces 'in tr
west.aud will do your work awamntm