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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1881)
Vv tfalPbrothor & Co.,
Subscription, 2,00 Far Yew )ft AAv&neo
OPftQtXti PAVElt OP THK COUNTY.
lluumining in tliu iotolIlcG nt l)rt)Wti
ville, NcbniHkn, for wot ending
Cuiumltigs, Mr. 15. UiJ, Mra. Anjaliv
Flfthbotirn, Henry. Ml, Mi Anna.
Hiirrliwm, S. HwliWUs Mm.A.M.2
Ituvcnn, I'eU-r, Wagner, Gcorgo.
Litulu'Itf, M. A. Wilkinson, tfatmiel.
.f itwin, MWw Adella M.
MclNttUwi, .1. M. Morgan, II, C.
"PerHons calling for any of UiguIjovc
will please Hay ailctrtimtl.
Ottlco hours iu nu to S ji. in. Sun
dayn, from l to 10 a. in.
T. C. IIackkr, l M.
Tr rtnA cUvm grwr.ri.si call on
U I. Johch,
New tfipyrty of nk-o txibi'sut Fur
man X-, J'tUuicrH,
-"Prmittwe nml tinware repaired
StevAiiwon & Cross.
CnU at UjIh ofllee and get a copy of
llip-Stutfc Fair premium lwt.
Tlio elegant White tfewfiig Jhi
'chine for Halo by T. F. Seaton.
"WedneHilay 20tli was tlio hottest
day and night of the season, ho far.
Heat Hread in the city at Furman
& Palmer's- and don't you forget it.
Our gardener, John Davis, on last
Thursday presented us with the lirst
inuskmelon of the season. Thanks.
Hest Hread iu Brownvillu at the
now Bakery of Furmaii & Palmer al
ways fresh and clean. Give them a
Wo are selling the llrst class New
Home Sewing Maehino and that gives
untho aatisfaction iu every way. Call
;uidfiuo the different .-styles.
Stevenson ifc Cuoss.
"It may not ho design," says the Bal
timore Hun, "hut over since the attack
on the President, Mr. Blaine, in driving
out, is Hanked hy friends or dependents
who sit in the carnage with lilin."
John Burke, Omaha, was lined a few
days ago i?!(5 for getting drunk and in
humanly heating a mule. Iu default of
payment ho was Hentto jail for .'10 days,
(lood enough for him.
Tho latest stylos of picture frames
at prices to suit tho times. Call at the
Photograph Gallery, in Brownville.and
bo convinced. Also get Tannar to
take your photographs and be happy.
Mr. A. E. Touzalin presented the Y.
M. C. A., of Hastings, tflOO to aid in
purchasing books and periodicals for
thoir library. Mr. Touzalin's generosi
ty is not limited to persons or places;
ho aids all. Omaha Teleyrum.
Wo should think tho country emp
tied itself into Brownvillo lust "Satur
day. Tho streets wore literally jammed
with teams, tho sidewalks tilled with
people, tho Htores crowded with cus
tomors. A gentleman taking in tho
busy scene said, "That lookH pretty
lively for a dead town, doesn't it V"
Tho town in Lafayette which sup
ports the euphonious name of PonrNK
will have a depot on tho M. P. railroad
and will be one of tho best towns on
tho lino iu this county. And why not,
with an agricultural region second to
none in tho county, to back it?
Tho two twin girls of Mr. John
Pohlman, 10 miles east of our oity,
died of whooping cough this week, and
wero both buried in one grave; their
arowasll months. Tccumseh Tovch
iht. Wo furthoflearn from thvTorchltuht
that Mr. Pohlinun'a entiro family aro
rioriously atllicted with whooping cough
Tho Sunday school superintendent at
Center. Saline county, killed a rattle
snake iu tho school house a short time
sin ce. Jixah a n;t.
Well that was till right, and in accord
with instructions of verso H, eh. l,
Gen. And also tho vilo ereaturo clear
ly had no right to bo in a Sunday school
Those who pay for tho Advku
nsKit In advance, hereafter will got it
it $1,50 a yoar. Of thoso who do not
ay in advance two dollars will bo ro
mirod. Call, settle arrearages, and get
ho advantage of thoso reduced terms.
Poll your frlonds who do not tako the
boss old papor that it can now bo had
i'oronly 81.50 a year In advance.
M Friday, tt2d Inst., Albert P. Tal
Mlt and Charles K. Talbott, brothers,
the former 21 and the hitler but 17
yearn old, were hanged lor the ttion
atroiiH crime of muitk'ring their father,
Dr. Perry II. 'IVIbott, near Maryville,
Mo on tho nlghl of Svptember 18th,
1680, He won hot through a window,
from the outside, of his own house.
The crime Wan traced to his own fami
ly, nnd his wife, two nous and a young
limit named Henry Whyatt., who work
ed for tho Tallyotts, wero arrested.
After an examination tlio wifu and
mother wits discharged. Whyatt,
whose testimony went far toward con
victing Iho Taltott Iwys Is still held iu
custody. They wcw found guilty of
murder In the drat degree and senten-
civl to bo liangud on tho 22d day of
March, An appe.il was taken to the
fiupromo court. Tho supremo court
alHrmetl the proceedings of the lower
court, but gi anted a stay of execution
of sentence until Juno 21th. Upon
that day, a Hhort time before the hour
of execution arrived, Governor Crit
tenden granted a reprieve until the 22d
of July. Every possible effort was
made by attorneys and friends for
commutation to imprisonment for life.
During the period of reprieve, a story
called a confession was told lv the con
victs, which was iu effect that Albeit
had shot his father while in the act of
beating his mother. That his father
was going to shoot him and the patri
cide was a case of necessity, to save
his own and his mother's life. This
statement failing to cause further in
terference by the Governor, another
"confession" w;is made to a St. Joe Ga
zette reporter, called "A full and com
pleto confession." which is an incohe
rent narrative, of incidents connected
with the murder, prior and subsequent.
The gist of this confession was a con
fession that they did not kill their fath
er, but that Whyatt did. It is doubt
less a jumbled mess of truth and false
hood, but nearer tho truth than the first
confession. Look at tho matter iu the
most favorable lights for all tho parties
concerned and the conclusion is irresis
tiblo that tho Talbotts and their sur
roundings were a bad crowd, all of
them. The impression upon our mind
is that Whyatt shot Dr. Talbott and
that tho Talbott boys who have paid
for tho crime with their lives were tho
instigators and employers. And tho old
woman knows more than she would
liko to tell, or probably ever will tell,
about tho tragedies enacted iu her fam
ily. "Doctor, when will tho President be
able to get up?" asked the reporter.
"I think that in several weeks he will
bo able to take a sea voyage. We hope
to get him out in that time. There is a
force of mo men at work on thesteamer
Tallapoosa, putting hor in good order,
to have her ready to take tho President
on a trip when ho shall be well enough.
It Is expected that by the loth of Au
gust tho Presidont, accompanied by his
family and Burgeons, will bo able to
take a trip on hor. Tho plans include
a swinging bunk in which tho Presi
dont can rest with ease, and the entiro
independence of tho swinging motion
of tho vessel."
Hon. Eldrigo G. Laphaiu was elected
V. S. Senator on tho 22d inst. to fill tlio
vacancy occasioned by tho resignation
of Boscoo Conkling. And thus ends
tho New York agony over that matter.
Miller and Laphain are gentlemen of
fair ability and both unswerving Re
publicans. It is said that there is no
doubt of elocting Republicans to take
the places in Congress of the Senators
elect; and if so the Now York legisla
ture has done its duty as well perhaps
us it was possiblo for it to do.
Tho Omaha Teleyrum says, Mr. Mo
Bride, Secretary of tho State Agrieul
tural Society has ono to ChieaKo to
complete a 84,000 contract with tho
Brush company for tho electric liht
which is to illuminate tho fair grounds
next fall and permit nij?ht racing.
Thin is Mr. McBride's contract; ho
furnishes tho hoard the light and takes
half tho gross receipts of tho night
earnings. Ho will (list go to Wahash,
Intl., and see how tho light works there.
Mrs. E.J. Monahan, of Maryville,
Mo., will visit Brownvillo Aug. inth
and remain three days. Sho will stop
at tho Union Houso whoro sho will
ho prepared to treat all forms of oyo
diseases successfully. Her treatment Is a
pormauont euro for Granulated Kyo
Lids and all forms of inflammation of
Dr. CclliiiH, Dentist, Brownvi lie
OlTlco hours, U a. in. to G p. m. Not at
homo on Fridays.
Cash Paid for Wheat.
The hlyhvnt market price
paid for yood wheat at Glen
I want a good farm horse; will
a good price for a good animal.
tw C. Shakeil
Is hereby given that 1 will examine
all persons who may desire to offer
themselves as candidate for teachers
of tho primary or common schools of
this county, at tho Court House, in
Brownvillo on the first Saturday in
each month. Philip Crother,
2 t-tf Co-Superintendent.
Gold Coin makes the
whitest and best bread. Try
In bringing tti Piiicki.y Ahii Hittkiw
beforothe public, wc claim thnl It Is one of
tlio best remedies extant for the prevention
and mire of nil diseases arising from a dis
ordered Liver. Hy using them occordlng to
directions they will keep the system In a
i.tnnt?. healthy condition, nnd prevent any
miasmatic Inlluenco, Ask your druggist
for them. Price 81.00 per holtlo.
Call for Homcwood's
flour. Try it and you'll
use no other.
Tho attention of tho citizens of
Brownvillo and vicinity is called to tho
meat market of
at Body's old stand. Everything per
taining to the shop is neat and clean;
meat is kept sweet and nice in tlio ice
closet, cuts to suit customers are
handsomely made by expert butchers,
and everybody is promptly waited upon.
The choicest beef and other meats ill
wavs on hand. Trv the city meat
Wo are pleased to make a note of
the fact that tho
this city has acquired under the
management of J. G. Russoll
a popularity that it never had
before. By tho day it is only
Sl.oO.yet its real substantial accomoda
tions are first-class comfortable rooms,
good beds and excellent table faro
with an agreeable landlord and land
lady makes thoso headquarters a
pleasant place for tho average customer.
Farmers, call and get your dinner for
A Fool Once More.
'For ten yours my wife was confined to
her bed with such u complication of ail
ments that no doctor could tell what was
the matter or cure her, and I ued up a
small fortune In humbug stuff: Six months
ago I saw n U. S. flag with Hop Hitters on It,
and I thought I would bo n fool once mnro.
I tried It, but my folly proved to be wisdom.
Two bottles cured her. Sho Is now as well
and strongas any man's wife, nnd It cost
ma only two dollnrs. Such folly pays. II.
W Detroit, Mich.
C. L. Burroughs, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllco In A. W. NICICELL'S DHUO HTOHK.
All calls promptly attended day or night
Spec ill attention to hUHOEHY.
Can be found nights at Mrs. Pascoo's resi
dence, west of Presbyterian Church,
Opposit Lumber Yard, Main St.
Special Accommodations for
Horses boarded by the day
and Farmers' teams fed and
at fair rates.
w! E. fiPELT,
A new Store Boom in Nemaha City
a desirable location for business.
Apply to .IN'O. S. Minick.
Highest market price paid by D. E,
Douglas & Co.
Twenty head of two year old stoors.
;j-4 w John Stokes.
Vnti.1inii unit n mnllo nro thO bC8t TO'
venue. Good hcnlth innkea hnpplnenB nnd
I)r. Mftruhall'n Hrotnollnn mnkc good
hcnlth. Only fifty oeutB nnd ! Hollies.
Hold by druKKlntn.
Choice teas at Whittemore's, at Bed
Fresh Broad, pies and cakos at
ways on hand at Furman & Palmer's
For sale by J. Hauschkolh.
N EM AH A CITY.
Titus & Williams will within a
short time begin to receive their lato
Bummer and autumn stock of goods.
It will embrace an unusual variety of
goods for ladles and gentlemen. Keep
your bockot-book closed for a short
timo yet until the show begins.
The Sunday School picnic has been
postponed until Wednesday Augiitu ;Ul.
Over five thousand dollars have
been paid out iu Nemaha City this week
Last Monday Church Howo deliv
ered to Henry Carso twenty wagon
loads of wheat.
Willing Bros. & Jordan will start
a branch hardware and furniture store
at Calvert about the (list of September.
A new shoo shop will be started
in Nemaha City next week. A shoe
maker from Atchison county, Mo., has
decided to locate here.
Bender Dillon and Hiram Swart,
will start a drug store at Calvert in a
short time. Mr. Dillon will havo
charge of the new store.
Miss Eva Ilagadom has been se
lected by the school board as teacher of
tho primary department of the Nemaha
City schools for the next term, which
commences September 5th.
J. F. Wykes, the station agent at
this place, informs us that one of tho
B. & M. transfer boats at Nebraska
City, tho "Joy," has been sent to St.
Louis, and as soon as repaired will be
brought to Nemaha City and used as
a transfer boat at this point. Men are
now at work grading a track from
Thompson, a station on tho K. C. St.
Joe & C. B. R. It., to the Missouri river
opposite Nemaha City.
B. BELL ANDREWS, IYI. D
nialiu city, IV'eb,
Calls in the Country Promptly Attend
ed, day or nly ht.
QPECIAL ATTENTION given to surgical
lOdlsenses of women and surgical dlst-uses
of tho eye.
tt- Patients from abroad ran be furnished
with pleasant rooms and accommodations.
Nemaha City, Neb.,
ar. jpu Follies
Made nnd reunlreri ns well ns can ,bo done
nny whore, and at short notlco
AXD VERY JiEASOXAIILE TEKM&.
J. 13. XEIJES,
LIVERY AND FEED SATBLE.
flood buggleH nnd horses, churgeH reas
onable, llostjof care taken of trnnsicnt stock
JV.K.TUJ ciri, .v;.
For your Agricultural Iinplomouts, goto
DAVID A. MOHTON,
Knrm nnd Sprll-g Wngons, Bulky Plows,
Htlrrlng Plows, Corn Planters, Harrows,
llenpcrs, Mowers, Cultivators, Corn Shellers,
nnd tho lions Tongueless Cultivator.
LEVI JOHNSON, PROPRIETOR,
NEMAHA CITY NEB.,
Centrally located; flood fare, nnd uotrou,
ble spared to make guests comfortable
flood barn for horses nnd
OlIARIiKH JAMKH 8AUFF, AND JfJN
J. Fletcher, gtiurdUu of autd Clin7le
JumcsSiirir.nnd nil other Interested In the
CMtftto of Wlllltun K. Barir, Inte of Munn
lounty, Illinois, deceiiHcd, yon nnd each of
ou wl take notice Hint Hnrnli Hurir, admin,
lstrntrtx of tho entnte of nnld Wllllnm E.
Hiirir, deceased, linn presented her petition to
tho District Court of Nemnlm county, N'e.
bruttkn. HottlnK lorth thonmuunt ol personal
property which has come Into her hands,
tho debts outstntidliiK nxnlnst the deceased,
n desorrptton of the real estate of which the
Intestate died seized, and the condition and
vnluo thereof, nnd nuking for an order of i10
said court to sell the southeast miarter of
section twontfone 'Jljln township four ij
tiorih of rnriLM' fourteen 111 cast, In N'cmniiik
county, Htnto of Nebraska, for Hiepurposwof
pnyliiK tho deblH of the estnte.
UntuuiilUh day ol.Iune, 1881, the Judgo of
the said District court nindo tho following
order, lo-wll; It appearing from the peti
tion attached that there Is not suiricleut
personal cstnto In tho hands of snld ad in In
fstrntrlx to pay tho debts outstanding nrmtust
the deceased, and the expenses of adminis
tration, and Hint It Is necessary to sell real
estate for the pnymont thereol, It Is hereby
ordered Hint notice be Klven by publication
In the Nebraska ADVKitTiHKii as required by
law In such enso, that nil persons Interested
In tho snld estate iippenr beforo tho Judge of
the second Judicial district of Nebrnska sit
ting at chambers at olllco of clerk district
court In the city of Lincoln, Lancaster coun
ty, Nebraska, on tho 27th day of August,
l8l, nt three o'clock p. in. to show cnuBe why
a license should not bo granted to the snld
ndmlnlstratrlx to sell so much of tho real
cstntoof said deceased described In the pe
tttlon.as shall be necessary to pay such dobts,
Dnted June 29th. 1881.
j, li, niioADY, B. 1). Pound,
no3w6 Att'y for Petitioner. Judge.
NOTICE 1h hereby given that by virtue of
tho older ot tho Judge of tho district
court of Nemaha county, Nebraska, I will
otrer for sale nt public auction at tho door
of the court houso In Urownvlllo, Nemnlin
county, Nebraska, on the 3Uth day of July
A. D. 1881, at two o'clock p in. tho following
land belonging to the estate of Jacob Dustln,
deeensed, and situated In said county of
Nemaha, to-wtt Tho south half of the
southeast quarter of section thlrty-tlvo (.i
township six till north, of rnngo thirteen 13
east. The said land will be sold fur tho pur
pose of paying tho debts of said estate,
HIHAM O. MINICK,
Administrator ol Entitle of Jacob Dustln,
J. II. DitoAnY.
34 w Attorney.
Road Notice For DnmugcN.
To nil whom It may concern: The com.
mlsstouer appointed to locale n road, com
meiu'lutf at the South East corner of the
West half ot tho North West quarter of
Section one Township four North of Hnngo
fifteen East, and running thenco West
I0.no chnliiN, thou ollsetlnn South 2.5 links,
thence West 'JO.Ou chains, then of5ettng
North 2.1 links, thence West 4U.0) chains, to
the South West corner of tho North West
quarter of Section two Township four
North of Kahge fifteen East. And also com
mencing ul n stake two rods East and two
roriu South of tho enxt end of the Iron
I Bridge on tho Mule Nemaha Klvor kiyiwn
asine uriineii limine aim running ineiice
North 27.01 chains to tho South lino of the
North West quarter of Section two Town
ship four North of Hango fifteen East, has
reported In favor of thoestabllshmeni of said
road and the vacation of a road commenc
ing at the South West corner of tho North
West quarter of Sec, 2 Town -1 linage- r East
and running South to the Little Nemaha
Illvpr, then down said Little Nemaha River
to tho Hrldgo known as the Honnett Ilrldue,
All objections thereto or claims for dnuiHg.
es must bo tiled In the County Clerk s ofllee
on or before noon of the21d day of Septem
ber, A D..1KS1 or such roads will bo ediibllsh
ed and 'vacated without reference thereto.
Hated this 11th day of July 1KSI f
Komi iVollcc for Damages.
To all whom It may concern: There was
n petition presented to the Hoard of County
Commissioners of Nemaha County, Nebras
ka, fit their June term. A. I)., 18K1, nsklfii'
the opening of a soctlon lino road, In ac
cordnnon with the provisions of Section to
at pago 1R0 actsof 1S71), nt which time, the
Hoard deeming that the public good re
quires tho opening of said road, they ordered
that tho same bo opened and worked. In the
same manner as other public roads, Said
road, eommonnlim at Hit Si.uih East corner
of .Section 8U Town J Hang li Enst, and run
ning two miles West.
All claims for damages must bo filed In
the County Clerk's olllco on or beroro noon
of tho Sid day of September IsSl.
NOTICE Is hereby given thut sealed pro
posals will bo received at the Countv
Clerk's olllce of Nemaha County. Statu of
Nebraska, until li! .cluck in. on the first
day of August, lhSl, for building n bridge on
Honey Creek, Nemaha county, nt or inr
the residence of A. J. HlehanUon.on the half
section line that dl. Ides section thlrt-tu
(HJ) township six, (U) range fifteen (15) east,
said hrldgo to bo n span of from thirty (lid )to
forty 101 leet. and a fourteen II foot road
way. luds may bo for either n combination
brldgeor wooden bridge; piling to be either
buroak or walnut. Tho county commis
sioners reserve tho right to lejectany or all
bids. Hy ordorof county commlssloneis.
w Samijki, cui.iikktson,
VTOTICE IS IIEHEHY GIVEN THAT
1 seuled proposals will bo received at the
County Clerk's otllce of Neinuhn county.
Htnto of Nebraska, until 12 o'clock in, on
the first day of August. 1ks, mr building
a bridge on Long's llranch. In Douglas pre
cinct, Notnohn county, Nuhnmlcn, on iho
section line botweon sections seventeen T''
and twenty i)J in township llvo 5 range
fourteen HJ east. Said bridge to ho a span
of from thirty Joj to forty pO leet, and a
fourteen HJ foot roadway. Hlds may bo for
either a combination bridge, or a wooden
bridge ; piling to ho either buroak or wal
nut. The county commissioners reserve tho
right to reject any oral bids. Hy order of
" w County Clerk.
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