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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1881)
THURSDAY JUNE 2, 1881.
Kalsominlng of nil colorg, at 2ick-
oll's Drug Stare.
Extra cop'icB of tho adveutjsek
at A. W. Niokell's.
Berkshire hogs, highbred for sale
by Stevenson & Cross
llain "Wagons, WhipB and cross-out
aawfl by Stevenson & Gross. i
A farm wagon good aa mew, for
galo or trade, by T. L. tfoncs.
Tho high 1'oonso law comes into
.offect.to-day, Wednesday, Juno 1st.
Fresh liread, pics and cakes al
ways on hand at Funnan ifcl'itlmcr's
- Call at Judkins' Furniture Store
and see Ids fine lino of Carpets, and .the
carpet sweeper. j
U.iin and heavv thunder Monflnvi
'It rains quite easily these times. Quito'
.a heavy rain fell Sunday a fow .miles
.northwest of this city.
Ifc'is reported that a son of IT. .'J.
Hoberts,of Richardson county, about
1!) yours old, committed suiOido a fow
days ago, by hanging. Wo did not
iloarn tho cause or any of thcparticulurs
connected with tho sad affair.
Look.uttho tug on your payor on
which your naino is printed. It indi
cates tho time to which your subscrip
tion is paid. If tho timo lias expired
please call and pay.or.xtulit tho amount
rby letter. Wo are in need of ovecy
-dollar duo us:
The Beatrice Express says. "Tho
'Tecumseh Chieftain evidently knows
.-a straight railroad whonat sees om,"
juid then proceeds to quote an articlo
.from The Advkhti&kii. The Chief
:iuin failing to give due credit leads the
Express into its error.
.Thaaecount f a 'recent attempt
'.to rob tho paymaster at Ft. Niobrara
reports the killing of a half breed named
Johnny Uordoux.chief herder atSpotted
Tail agency. This is probably.the same
.Johnny Bordoux who somo iveaia ago
Hived in this county in ,thineighbor-
Ihood of St. Doroio, aiul.ivas ono of tho
boys. of. Co. J). !Elo robbers got cthe
droj on .him, and ho was shot dead
when ho refused to hold up ins nanus.
Xcmahaoounty.'iS,'inteTested in a
Llino of barges on the Missouri river.
.Nebraska is interested in it. Such an
-enterprise, and. tho wiso utilization
of this great natural thoroughfare
would go far toward solving tho rail
iroad monopolo ..question, ..of so much
.interest to tlrouwest at tbo present
i time. WMle in tho designation of
. representatives to the Council Bluffs,
i convention, to be hold Juno 22, Noma-1
ha county is allowed. no . represcutivg,
.yet it might beiof advantage to the
.people for soimvrepresentativo business
.men and. farmers. to be.present.at that
S. W. Tannor hasgono to Sayt
ouso. J. S. Atinick wont down to St. Joo
Ed. Lippitt rolunrod from Chicago
A. G. ltichardsonof Peru, called on
Miss Delia Abbott atartod for Chi
Geo. ArkwiigUtiroturnod from ,
visit to Chicago last Wednesday.
J. P. Mobard, representing tho
State Journal Co.,callod Monday.
Samuel Till and family havo re
moved from Howard to Humboldt.
H)r. flonas Crane, it is thought,
can survivo but a short time longer. I
C. 11. Parker, of Lnfayetto pre-!
cinct, dropped on a fow minutes Satur
Mrs. Joar.y Ucrlin, of Porn, is Vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Geo. Berlin, this
Our old friend, Thos. Burress, of
tfUon Bock, gaVo us a pleasant call Sat-;
ustlay last. j
John MaNoal, Jno. A. Bonn's suc
cessor, has rented tho Cogswell property
ou First straiii.
Miss Fannio Arnold and Miss
Alico Ilitto returned from TojnokajKus.,
on Saturday last.
Miss Annio McComas is visiting
hor friend, Mrs. Helen Kobinson, nee
Ilolladay, at St. Joseph.
Mr. and Mrs. Osbom and family
took tho train for Wilber, Hastings
and other pointsJu tho western part of
E.D.Berlin, of London ,precinct,
dropped in. Jong enough Wednesday to
suuscnue lor.tiio only newspaper puu
lishediin Nemaha couuty.
Eugene, son tof Uoorgo Stevens,
who has .for some .timo been afflicted
with lung complaint, has recently been
bleeding vary profusely from tho lungs,
and is quite low.
Thos. O.unwnoll returned .from
.Missouri Saturday, .and antorms us
thatlio has finished up six (bridges in
Atchison county sinoc .ho left here,
threo-wocks ago. Ho is Judgq Wheel
Strawberries in (market.
Clean up your back yard.
Corn wanted on subscription.
Wagon timber and iron by Stovon
iF.or first class groceries call on
T. L. Janes.
llain nnd thunder, Thursday and
Now supply of nice cakes at Fw
inau & Palmer's.
Furnituro nnd tUnwnro repaired
by Stevenson &Grosfl.
Stoves, furnituro, and quoenawaro
by Stovonson & Cross.
Mosultos aro numerous nnd
jscrccn doors aro in demand.
Want butter and eggs. Highest
prico paid by Stevenson & Cross.
Aro wo going to have a county
fair this. fall? If.uot, why not?
Fiii6st , stock tof wall paper over
in BrownvlUcatickeirs drug storo.
Colllnn and 'furnituro, a largo stock
af all styles by Stevenson & Cvos.
Best Bread in tho city atfurman
& Palmer's and don't you forgot it
Second hand No. 8 cook stovo,
good as new, for sale .cheap. -Call at
Clothing, Boots and Shoou AT
COST. John MuNkal,
At Lowman'B old stand.
Best Broiid in Brownvillo at tho
new Bakery of Furman & Palmer al
ways fiesh and clean. Givo thorn a
Anyono wishing .to buy an outfit
for housekeeping can oavo inonoy by
buying of Stovonson & Cross,, as they
ueep overytiung in thai uno.
tCnvpontcrs aro busy tcaringiout par
titions mid. otherwise transforming tho
rooms over the First National Bank
into a hall for tho Masonic and l. J.
Bachelors and Maidens
May and Juno nro tho months to
marry. Why delay? No man was ovor
intended ,to.8,o.w on buttons up in that
back room, nor no woman lavish hor
affections on her cats and dogs when
Furnituro, Stoves, Quocnswnrc, Carpets
and Groceries aro scfld so cheap by
Stovonson & Cross ; bosidos delays aro
Goods are selling so fast
at J. L. JcGce's that it ne
cessitated the sending of
w, J:, uonyers to the city
for tho second spring stock,
and goods arc now open for
inspection. Call and ex
amine before baying ,else
Wo understand that Prof. Tannor
oxpeets to mako a tour through Otoo
and adjoining counties for tho purpose
of photographing tho pcoplo of tho dif
ferent towns and vicinity, or all thoso
who cliooso to improvo tho opportun
ity, and wo would say to all that Mx,
Tanner is a good artist and will be sure
to pleaso the most fastidious.
a full line of all kinds
ef Fourth of July
goods call on McGco
Our latest from New York, is that
itho assembly caucus .of Hpuublioans;
was been callcd.aud thoso .of thoSunatoj
l invited. The Administration.BppublU
cans refuse to go into caucus. -Enough
will stay out of caucus, the Democrats
woting. for men of their own party, to
, prevent an election. Tho tfdministra
t tion assuming the attitudo q .a boitor
; is not pleasant to oonteir.platc.espeeiaJly
by that faction, and it requires all the
. skill of ltabertson directly backed .and
. directed by Mr, Blaine, to hold tho
i boltingMkdmblicans int that .unsavory
! positiun. Kulo'.or ruin in New York
lis tho determination of .Blaine and
Robertson. Tho prubabilibyistXhey
will accomplish both. '
On Tuesday this week .Yaitluvan
and Mumford, of Scott City, discovered
: a dead man iloating in tho river. Tihoy
took the body ashoro on the Missouri
. side, and notifyis;? tho manor .vof
Atchison County, a jury was called mid
an inquest hold. There was .nctlimg
found on tho body to indicate JiL name
or who the. was. A book was .found in
i.a pochut with the names oft the-different
towns on 'tho rlvoi therein, With
i distances. His 'clothing consisted Of
' blue- jeans pants, blue woolen shirt,
. coarse vest and heavy shoos. Hod
' been in tho water: nuout two weeks,
was much swollen, and had been a-iniui
. about forty, years old, was thought .to
'.bo of foreign birth, probably (Gasman,
: -short arid otout made; was -supposed
t to h.ivn licfln a deck man on somo
i ,-jtoathboat. Tluv coroner's jury render-ttldiayardiet.-accacdiugi-UeM.fact8.
II. S. Dogman, tho west end
blacksmith, last weok purchased the
residence property of Robert Johnson,
on .Seventh street. Mr. Johnson, wo
understand, has bought tho French
probity on sixth street.
Miss Mary Dysurt, Kirkland, 111.;
Bcio Saal, Craig, .Mo,; .A. K Ewan,
Sheridan; J. A. Johnson, Jo.hnson,;
R.JJ?. McCormick.and Lum Qsborn;
Grant, and A. E. Slovens, Howard, add
tlieir names to wv subscriptlon'list
Mjv 0. V. Gummings, proprietor
of .tho Commercial House, Croston,
Iowa, ivntl- tho "boss" landlord of I'lqwa,
is visiting relatives and friopds in .this
county. Ho informs us that Sells Bros,
show will-bo at Creston on the 11th of
Juno. Parties visiting that .place at
that ox any. other , tune, will jfind (first
class accommodations at tho Com
. Bvs. Ed. Arnold and JI,F. McCoy
Joft-tbo city yesterday for Denver,
Where they will enter tho -practice of
their , pi,of cssion. T.hoy have been
speivdingashortttune .at tho .surgical
institute, -during tho absenco of Dr
0iatt, and during their brief stay
havo made a very favorabloAmpressloii!
Thoy are both Nebraska grown young
meiv it having boon tho-fortuno of the
writer to' know tliom'for tho .past dozeii
years, and they are cheerfully com-
menrieu to luo citizens or Denver as
woitliy their esteoinand -oonUdonco.
State Journal. '
Wash Culp,:doimty U.-5. Marshal,
took y3.iucharge Monday andgave us
a pleasant drivo. through tiio country
in. tlie. vicinity of Lqndou, and wo held
tho, horses while ho called at -.various
-houses and Hervod -Ws summonses.
'I here is no riUhor.portionof . the county
amUwcinay say thoiState, thanwosaw.
Mauy.Xai'meiVJJiowovor.'saom to have
more-work, onaccQunt-ol'tho prolongod
.winter . than . thoy wui vwell manaco :
mid.wauv riqh piooes. of ground that
ought now bo planted show only last
year's cornstalks. Nearly, if npt quito
all, have at least a part ,pf their- fields
planted.iaud much corn is ready -for the
first plowing. ' Tho work of planting
Thoitfresbytorian ladies gave (tho
first ico cream ami strawberry festival
of tho season, in the 'Opera .House,
Tuesday, ovoning this week. Tho.ut-
teutlanco was good and' tho occasion a
Men's linen pants,
lined with ice cold
soda water, at
McGee & .Eoore's.
"I Don' want that gtuft
Ifiwlintft lntly o'PoBtou Hnkl to lior hus
bnud when ho brought homo noipo inedlclno
itoeuro her of Blokihtuulacho and pp.urnlgln
which had raftdohorwjlfiprahlo for ffturteon
yearn. At firm otup.k thoronftcr It wan nd
ministered to hor with huoIi good results thnt
hUo continued UsjubouhUI cured, and tnndo
ho cnthuHlnHtloliltH pralHO thutHho Induced
twenty -two of tho best fumtllcH In horclrolo
to adopt ltafltholn regular, faiuWy incdlolnoJ
That "atutr1 Is Iop Ulttors.
II M J-JLIJUI.
Willing Bros. & Jordan ha.vo a hugo
.atock of .the bc,s.t bar) wire. ;Call and
Tho Oloso of School,
The public schools of Brownville
will cla'ie this weok.
There will bo orid ejsciuxiinations on
Thursday forenoon and Friday fore
noon. In tho High School tho exami
nations on Thursday forenoon will bo
in geography, physiology and business
arithmetic; and on Friday forenoon
in arithmetic, civil govornmont and
chomistry. in the other d"purtmonts
on Thursday forenoon, reading and
goography; on Friday, arithmetic.
Friends of tho school are cordially
.invited to attend these oxamiuaLUyis.
Qn Thursday afternoon at half jinst
two o'clock tho closing exercises
,of tho primary, secondary, and intor
jnedlate .departments will bo held in
Marsh Hall.; on Friday afternoon tho
closing exercises of tho grammar and
high aqliools at tho same hour and
Thoso.oxorciscs aro not prepared as
an entertainment, bit in tho main aro
selected from tho regular rhelqrical ox
orcisos of tho school.
Wo invito our frionds to moot with
us on theso closing days, not that wo
may havo jw opportunity of displaying
our talents or acquirements, but that
wo may bo mutually encouraged aud
quickened in our purposes of forward
ing education in this community.
W. E. Wilson,.
Stacks of Prints at J. L.
Senator Saundora cannot afford to
fall into Jay Gould's trap. Sciwrd
But Bro. Wolfo'is anxious to sno tho
great Stato of New York tumble into
it. State Journal.
Tho antimouopoly "bucolic" .whoop
enj.aro foarfully "o(t" .those times.
Cottonades for 'boys at
very How prices at J. L Mo
I havo just received a car of Champion
machines consisting of Mowers,
Beapors, Combined machines and
new Twine Binder, Call and soo for
yoursolf. David Camiwskll.
Bargains in Piques at J.
L. McGee' s.
For constipation, costivoncss and
indigestion, tako Dr. Marshall's Brom
olino. Big bottles. Frico llfty cents.
Druggists will get it for you.
Headquarters on Piques
lawns, embroideries, dress
ginghams a,t J. L. Mo Gee's,
THK UUOWIVVIMiir. MAU1CISTH.
.Men's linen ulsters,
pockets.lined with ice
cold lemonade, .at
McGee & Moore's.
Cabbage IManlH Tor Sale. 1
Large lot of cabbage plants for ealo
25 cents per hundred
Mens white vests,
lined with ace cream,
at McGee & .Moore's.
C00I1 Stqve For Sale.
Jllome Comfort," No. , conlcto
witU reservoir. -iail on .or address
Gents' fine .shoes at ,J. .
tv- .Jj.irge.st stcck of screen wire
lias ,como to Brownyijjo fm
Stevenspfi & Cross. Can .givo ,yqu
plain, drab, green, black, figured and
landscape, all widths, cheap by; Stovon
son & Cross.
Prof. Witclierly, nxt door U ppst-'
cilce, has just received tiio Freneli Ad-
justahlo Clipping machine. Cuts hair1
any length. It's just tho thing -call
and try it.
Wi;esh line of straw hats
at J. Jj. McGee' s.
Whon.you fool jiv-cary and listless
arodel)ilit;itcd,.,yo,ur appelito is irregu
lar, try tho Big JJloodaird Liver Medi
cjne, Dr. MurshalUa liromolino.
-Barlow corn plantor a now thing
Goto tho "Regulator and examine it
'iTHE LITPAKY REVOLUTION. ,
Ohango of Baso.
llnoWNVii(i.E. Juno 1st. 1B81.
Follnwlnu aro tho n,uqiittiojin yOHtol-day
nppn,tho tfpaoof gfjjrlg.to prons.
counucTitn nv 11. m. haii.ky, htocic nnAr.i:n
Hogs v ,: $5 00
Htoqni,, fair (a choice, 1 :
Cos.'fnt ...j 2 0002 50
, Conni'.cTKD HY,p. n.upum.A.s, ouain
Whoat No. b (!
Cori-lu tho oar..... I,......
" Hhcllad ',.... 0
All hinds of Dry Goods,
iust received, at J L. Mc
Gce's. JjIARLTJ & KING,
Dry GoodH, (IroqcrJpH.HpndyIudo ClothlriK,
llootH, HhooM, IIutH, (fnpA, nnil a Ucnomt Ah
Rortmout of.LrngH nnll'atunt Moillclnct).
CCS- Highest prldCM tmtd for huttcr nnd
goes-oil, and altliough much will bo
lato tho acreage will not K all much bo
low that ct last year. 'And if tho sca
aoil is at U favorablQjjorn planter! as
Into as tho middle oflJuno. w.lll.mntura.
fUlie spring whoat looks well.
.WiiJdQW.Sliades pt Jfljjkfill'ji.
.Thorough bred Cooley Shepherd
pups at,Fusnas Farm, Itaownville,
Xeb, -40 tw
HI COSTTO "CLOiFflOT.
Fice Pounds of Hyson Ffii fpr. $1
at jX"ickQU'fl'.iJrug Store.
Ilighc-at market price paid by ' D.' 1.3,
Dou.gla3 & Co.
For sale by J. Ravsohkoi.ji.
Ml styles of sailor.' hats
.Gook Stovo for Sale-r-"Monogram;"
yo$, apply to Funnan & Ftiliii.er.
1 uu" " Addrosii, 0 Am,qrlcan
iflrr;fttjr.rni,impljjpcpt8 byJfom IJichftfd.g.- j.nrpodw Now Yprk.
This vory roinarknhlo entcrjirlKO con.Hn
dps to nmltoKuch progrpas uc to aHtonlsh Its
frlondH mid nstound Its onqjnlofl. Km great.
ly UicroAH(iiK proppr,tlon, havo coinpollcd
tho rpmovnl of Uq .hcnd-iuiartcrH from tho
Trllmno I)ullil(nK to tho vary lurKo' mid
benutlful t)iilldinfr,Ko.70I IKpndwny, which
Is In tho very rnldHtof tho "hook district'
ofNcvvYorfc City, and, thoreforo, of tho
piiullHhlni; onterprlRo of tho natlpn. Thin
bulldlni; thouuh bJx Btorlc.s In ,holKht 2
foot-front and 100 foot. drop, ts siUIlolont on
ly for tho oIIIcch and rotall utoro of tho
company. Tho manufacturing ja;arrl(l on
ltuxpveral laro bulldlpRH located In other
pcrtH oftho city, thotiKl) ItJn. oontomplated
offQcontratliiKthom soon In pno. Immonao
fuctory t hoorootod.
Tholrj URtof recent and early forthcomloR
puhllcatlonK aro oxtrcmely Interesting to
all. who enjoy wlinllncuolooHt in-lltnrature.
'Jfho Library logasluo is unlquo In both
form and character und altogotlio
doUghtful In thorlchncr.H of .ItH.contou
Of tho boolcsanuouncod, Oreon'H larger
t'JIIstory of -thOr-KngUHh reople-," reduced
from 610- to 6i u Carlylo's "HlHtory, of tho
Kronch Ilovolutlon," .rcduoed to iO contH;
Carlylo'a-"Howes end Hero Worship." 25
qntn, and tho "UovlKed Now ToBtamcnt,"
which 1m promlHcd.to bomanufacturod with
rrtpldlty.hcroloforc unheard of, will. attract
special BHtentlon. It Is worth whllo, for
every ono who has not already scon It,. o
Bend and get tho lllUHtrapi parnphlet,
"Hook Making, and Typo Sotting by Htcum."
, whloh will bofiont froo upon appljoatlon,
UpqM , 2rcuUBO,
P(.Ld-vp Capftfd, $50,000
AiithMilxod " SOO ,000
ia ,ia.EiA..nii: 'i;o t,u a aa act, a
J1UY AND S1CLL
COIN & 0UREEN0Y DEAFTS
ii nil tlio prlnclpnl cities of the
United. States and-juroixo
Onnpnpvednocurltyorily. Time Drnfts dUcount
tH. ,ort. MJoalerBln'OOyKUNMKNTnONDS,
STITE, C0.UNTY.& CITY SECURITIES
aocolved pajjeo'demond.nncl INTRUESTbI.
vJedbn 'tliudartlnoo of clupjAft. ,uf'l ul
Dinr.CT0ns.-Wra.T3l, H. M, niUIey, If. A
hilkXWft&fi&V''. . . .Presldout
..KflrconaHpatlon, costlvonesn and In.
dlROStlon, tako. Dr. Marshall's Ilromollne.
1Mb bottles. . I'rlco fifty conts DruKKleU
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