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T H. HKOADY,
u Attarae? d Coiianlnr at Law,
Q A. OS IIO UN,
O. ATTOItWKY AT LAW.
ort1e.,No.81 Main street, llrownvlle, Nt,
T S. S T U L L ,
J. ATTOIlNKtTI AT LAW.
Omcoof County Judge, IlrownvlIIe, Nebraska.
A S. IIOLLADAY,
ll Phy-.tctan, iiurg.on, Obtftrlola.
Graduated tu 1811. Located In nrownvlltelgsft.
Office, 41 Main street, IlrownvlIIe, Neb.
j" W. 0I1JS0N,
blacksmith ahd iiousk SIlOKIl
jWorkdone to order and satisfaction guaranteed
First street, between Main and Atlantic, Drown
HOOT AM) SHOE MAKER
CUSTOM WORK marteto order, and flta alway
guaranteed. Repairing neatly nnd promptly don?
Mhop. No.'iT Mnln street, IlrownvlIIe. Nob.
13 M. BAILEY,
HIIIPi'KK ANO URALRK IN
ItRO WNVILLK, NKHItASKA.
Knrmern, plonse cull and got prlcon; I warn
to handle your atock.
OUlue-KlrRt Nutlonnt Dank.
MARLATT & KIKG,
Dry QoocIh, Groceries Ready Made (,'lotlilnn,
RooU, .Shoos, Hutu, Cip, and a Genera) Ah.
aortment of Drug arid Patent Medlolnen.
3- IIlKhoHt print; paid for butter nnd
EIGHT i PER CENT.
I will make Mortgago I.oiuih
ON APPROVED KA11M SECURITY, AT
M S Annual Interest.
0. J. STOWELL,
Attorney at Lav
KhinKnllNli, KihiicIi, Srotch mill Fancy Clot Iim
Vesting, Ktc., Ktc.
"WEDDING SUITS A SPECIALTY.
ESTABLISHED IN 1856,
O JL. t 12 S X
Doom n Ronuml Renl Estate HuhIjiohh. Sells
LnndH on Commission, examines Titles,
makes Deeds, Mortgages, nnd all inutrti.
mentH pertalnlnc to tho transferor Heal Eh.
tate. Huh a
Complete Abstraot of Titles
to nil Renl Estate In Kemnlin County.
AI'THOIUKKU 1JY THE I'. S. tlOVKKNMF.NT
First National Bank
Paid-up Capital, $50,000
Authorised " ff 00,000
IH PIlKPARKOTO TRANSACT A
General Banking Busines.
BUY AND 8KI.L
COIN & CURKENOY DRAFTS
nail the principal cities of the
United States and Europe
On approved security only. TlmeDraftH discount
ed, nnd special accommodations granted to deposit
ers. Dealers In CJQVKKNMKNT 110NDS,
STATE, COUNTY & CITY SECURITIES
Recolved payableondemand.and INTKHKHTal
lowed on tlmecertltlcateii of deposit,
DinKCTOHH.-Wm.TTnen, Jl, M. Halley, M.A"
Ilandley, Krauk K, Johnson, Luther Hoadley
JOHN L. C.Ut SOX,
A. K. DA VIHON, Cashier, President
J, C.McNAUQ HTON. Asst.Casblar.
G. L. Burroughs, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office In A. W. NICKKL178 DUUQ STOHK.
AH oaIIr promptly nttondod day or night
Hpeo.nl nttentton to bUHOKUY.
Can bo found niithtn at Mrs. I'ivhcoo'm rosl-
denoe, weal of 1'ronbytcrlan Churoli,
W. E. OPELT,
Ojiposit Lumber Yard, Main St.
Special Accommodations for
dorses boarded by the day or week,
and FarnuTs' teams fed and cared for
at fair rates.
B. BELL ANDREWS, M. D.,
Nci.ialm City, Nob.
Unite in the'Country Promptly Attend
v ed, Uuy or niyht.
QPECrAL ATTENTION Riven to aunrlcnl
O'llKenHeH of womun and Hiirtlciil dlHeanCK
of the eye.
- I'atlentH from nbrnnd ean lie fiirnlHhed
with pleasant rooms nnd accommodations.
I&MM 8 MIMIGM
Nemaha City, Neb..
jr. y Chrotiier,
.Mado nnd repaired nu well as can ho dom
anywhere, nnd at short notice
AXD WHY JlKA.SOyAIiLK TfiliMt,.
.T. 1 i. XUJEStS,
LIVERY AND FEED SATBLE.
Oood htiKKlos nnd horHes, charROs roas
onahle. Ilestjof cure taken of transient ntock
JVK.VJH.t t'tr ,'Jh'H.
For your Agricultural Iinplements, oto
DAVID A. MORTON,
Farm nnd HprlLir. WaoiiB, Hulky Plows,
HtlrrliiB Plows, Corn Plantom, Hnrrows,
Hoapors, Mowern, Cultlvntors, Corn HhollorH,
unit shu Honh TonguolPiiH Cultivator.
How Lost, How Restored!
Just publlsljid,a new edition of Dr. CiilVerl-I
will' Olelirntril Ksay on tlionidlcal cur or
Hpcrtimtorrhdeaor Hemlnal Wealcuess, Involun.
tury ."(initial Ism-, Iiniiotency, .Mental und
Physical Inrnpauliy, Impediments to niarUuu I
ftc.j also. Co.vrtiiui-Tios, HriLici'-iy aua Kjth, in
diicedbysulMndiilKencoor leztual extravaKance, I
Thecelebratsl author. In this admirable Ksay, !
clearly deiiimiitrates. from a thirty years' sue' '
ceisful practice, that the alarmliiKronseiiiieticusof
salf-abuse may he radically cured; polmliiK out
a mode of cute it! once simple, certain, and ehVct- I
ual, by mvatu of which every sufferer, no matter i
whut his condition may be, may cure IiIiuhuII i
cheaply, privately, and radically.
S.a.TliU I.octureshould beln the hands or every
youth and every man In the land.
Hent under seal, In a plain onvolopo. to any ad-'
drers, post-paid, on receipt of six cents, or two I
postaitu stamp. We have also a Mure cure
iur i iipr nrni. Adurc.i
THE CULVE11WELL MEDICAL CO.,
11 Ann St., New VcirU, N. Y. P.O. Ilox, 13SII.
Call at this oflico for aU kinds' of
job work, at reasonable rates.
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BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1881.
I NEBRASKA ADVERTISER
Tho Xow York Tribune rIvo.h this
short history of tho tford ntuhvnrt:
"IMaino invented it; Co'nkling appro
printed it; Guitcan npoiled it."
Unt tho fun of it i tiuitenu was n
J full Hedged half-hrccd, after tho Trib
une's dwn stylo and strijje.
Now that tho Senate 'aun liaa boon
blotted out and a modloojo established
in lli:if, liodv (nrrcmtoiulimr with Ihn
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lutninarlos of its co-ordiniitos, it is to be
hoped that tho benellts promised to the
nation and the party an, tho results of
tho convulsion will bo realized.
When you hear a mimVabuuing lager
beer as course st ulT, only (It for a fat
Dutchman to drink, it is a sign that he
has sworn off for a week. Ntb. City
Tho News man ouglit to swear olf
for a week, oven so short n time would
let tho old machine wind tip a little.
A little daughter ofj Mr. Win. II.
Seward was baptized last week at
Auburn with water which was
brought from tho llivor .Ionian by
Secretary Soward many years ago.
Well, did that touch the spot any
closer ihau common water?
Next Thursday tie, Virginia cam
paign will bo formally topened by the
meeting of tho Democratic convention
at Richmond to nominate a state ticket.
It is probable that th nominee for
governor will be Connally I Triggs.
of Washington county, u young man of
illustrious family and untarnished
Democracy. Hit, Joe Gazette.
"Untarnished Democracy!" thou
Mr. Triggs is not a Democrat at all.
Such a thing is impossible.
Xothing so exhibits the chaugo in
management of tho Linc'olif Globe, as
an editorial item tho other d;i.V to the
elliect that Dr. CoIHiih is exactly the
right man for tho reform school at
Kearney. This is tho iirst intimation
of tho kind woJlaV'c, seon In any paper
of tho tntc.-7-Pnianer'jKntvrpri8P.
Well here's another knowing Dr.
Collins well, wo aro confident a better
man for the position could not have
boon found in the State.
Tho district in which the. lames boys
live, in this State, has a Republican
The district in which the .Tamos
Hoys live lias a Democratic majority of
about 0,000. Mr. Van Horn, the
present incumbent, owes his election to
tho biilbhoadedncss of his two Demo
cratic opponents Crispand Allen. It
is characteristic, however, of Demo
cratic organs to deceive, and in that
lino tho Mull takes tho XmvX.liovh
Tho Tribune says the death
tho President now would
makosomuch difference as it would
three weeks ago, for the public has
come to know tho Vice President bet
ter. Yot General Arthur is tho same
man now he was tliico weeks ago.
Tlio inference to be drawn from what
the Tribune says, therefore, is that the
incendiary courso and narrow partisan
ship of such sheets as tho Tribune,
might have caused trouble, if the
President had been shot dead by his
assassin. New York Commemial Ad
vertiser. When anything in said about the
Hrownvillo .dfrerfV.vrr'.v Church Howe
"stalwartism," it Hies off tho handle.
He ward Reporter .
And the Reporter seems to bo capable
of saying "anything." whilst a true
and worthy journalist will say only
tho truth. It has got into a habit of
lying in every reference it makes to
us, and wo tell it so, plainly; and that's
tho sort of Hying olT the liandio that
hits and hurts tho sycopantic scribler
of tho Reporter.
While wo think Mr. Conkling made
a mistake m resigning, we havealwayb
admired him for ids great talents, true
Republicanism, unswerving fidelity to
his friends, and honesty of purpose.
In all the salary grabs, star route
steals, jobbery, &c, that has disgraced
Washington and in which so many of
our leading men have been involved,
Senator Conkling's name has never
appeared, and he retires for tho present
from public life with a clean record.
The differences between him and Presi
dent (Jarllold could no doubt have boon
amicably adjusted had it not been for
the olliciousness of outside parties who
worked to make the breach wider
instead of healing ,Newurd Blade.
Tills is the view that all fair minded
and unprejudiced pooplo tako of
Lightning and Wir Fencos.
Tliero hnvo been many fatalities
from lightning in Nebraska Ibis year,
moro perhaps than in any former sea
son. Particularly with stock has tho
electricity played sad havoc. A wire
fence does not afford much protection
in a driving storm. Hut tho animals
imagiuo it does, and proceed according
ly to take refuge thoro. However, It Ja
a position as unsafe from lightning aa
it is unprotected from tho storm. Wo
published, a short timoago, an account
of the tilling of stxty-fivo head of whoop
by a single stroko of lightning, and last
week, in Dixon county, this state, eight
or ten head of cattle were killed by a
single bolt. In those cases tho animals
wore seeking protection from tho storm
alongside tho wiro fence. In various
portions of tho state there have been
many casualties among tho stock in
like manner, and it is getting to he a
question whether, in view of tho losses
fanners and stock growers are sus
taining, it, would not bo better to do
away with wiro fences altogether.
A year or two since, Rev. Kern, of
Nuckolls county, lost nearly his entire
herd of blooded cattle, worth several
hundred dollars, in the same way. We
havo also noticed several othor ac
counts of similar casualities. Indeed,
the danger from such accidents is one
of the principal drawbacks tu tho wire
fence. Hastings Nebruxkun.
Kansas City, July i7 2 p. in. It
has been discovered that the wife and
child of the notorious Frank James
were guests of the St. James Hotel, in
this city, from tho 10th to tho 10th of
this month, and that Prank James
was at the hotel, with his family,
registered under the name of II. 1).
Wilson, Louisville, Ky immediately
before and after tho train robbery at
Winston, in which ho is charged with
taking active part. James, alias
Wilson, loft the hotel on the llith and
returned on the nth. On tho 10 the
party left for Denver. It is alleged
the heat of tho family was seen in
conversation at tho lTnlon depot with
Mrs. Samuels, mother of the notorious
desperadoes, and that Mrs. James,
alias Wilson, was recognized by parties
that knew, hor as Miss Annio Ralston
in Independence, Mo., whero .lames
married hor in 1874.
It is nothing new for tho James boj
to visit Kansas City with impunity,
Thev have been doing that for years.
They could not play that successfully,
as a 1. abit, in any town outside of
the State of Missouri.
Xv.w York, July 20.- Tho state
inent mado by a V.ishingtnn papei
that ex-Senator Conkling had declared
his intention of withdrawing from
politics and devoting himself to the
practice of law is pronounced by his
friends in this city to bo untrue. Mr.
Conkling has been retained as eounsiil
in so oral important cases, and has
been engaged for a week or two in pre
paring arguments, but his friends say
that ho ho has not withdrawn from
politics, and does not intend to do so.
Tho Inter Owan whispers this warn
ing: A cablegram from Glasgow reports
tho arrival there of a cargo of wheat
sloped from St. Paul by way of the
Mississippi bargo line, via New
Orleans. This is tho first arrival of a
direct consignment, and tho pioneers
are very jubilant. While there is no
immediate danger to Chicago from
this barge line, it is a warning to the
railroad companies not to crowd the
shippers too much in the matter of
Stark County, Ohio, will learn after
n while that it is not safo to trive the
control of public money to Democrats.
Its County Treasurer, a Democrat, has
been discovered to be $1 1,700 behind in
his accounts, and Ills predecessor Is in
the Penitentiary for twolvo years for
getting away with upward of r0,000.
i.o m i -
The question what dogroo of heat is
npfoHHiirv toihttftrov trlchimo in swine's
llesii is of importance. A German ox-
port says tniu u mo pieces pui iw a
pot to boil, aro large, trichina) in tho
mlilillh urn nurtnln not to ho killed bv
such dogroo of eooKlng as thoy aro usu
ally subjected to. As long as meat re
tains tho pink color known us "rare,"
it. linn hnen insufilciontlv cnokod to de
stroy tho parasltos. Smoking and pick
Hug tho meat aro of no uso whatovor.
The prico of wheat is 95 per cent
hlghor'ithun it was a year ago, and tho
aggrogato crop will bo about 'Jo per
cont less in amount. So tho farmers
.will receive as much fur tho crop is
thoy did thou, Inter (un.
VOL. 26. NO. 7
St. Louis, July 20. Gov. Crittenden
has issued tho following proclamation,
which will bo published throughout
tho State, and 15,000 for gonornl dis
State ok Missouri, Exi:m;rjr
Department, July aa. Whereas it
has been made known to mo as Gov
ernor of tho State of Missouri, that cor
trtin parties whoso names aro to mo
unknown, confederated and banded
themselves together for tho purpose of
conurilttlng robberies and Other depre
dations within tills State, nhd "whereas
said parties did on or about tho tith of
October, 1878, stop a train near Oion
dalo, In tho county of Jackson, in said
State, and with force and violence tako
money and other express, and whereas,
on July 18, 1881, said parties did stop
u train upon the lino of tho Chicago,
Rock island & Pacific railroad company
near Winston, and with force atttl vio
Inncolitid take, steal and carry away
tho moiioy and other oxpress matter
bolng'Carriod thereon; in perpetrating'
tho robbery last aforesaid, tho parties
engaged did kill and murder one Win.
Westfall, the conductor of tho train
aforesaid, together with one John Mc
Cullough, who was at the time in tho
employ of said company on said train;
mill whereas. Prank and Jessie James
aro indicted in tho district courts of
dlvort). counties of tho State aforesaid
for tho murder of John W. Shutz; and
whereas the parties engaged in tho
robborics and murders aforesaid, and
each of them, have lied from custody
and absconded and secreted themselves:,
therefore in consideration of the prom
ises, and in lieu of all other rewards,
offered for the arrest and conviction of
tho parties aforesaid, or either of them,
by any person or corporation, I, Thorn
is J. Crittenden, governor of tho Stato
of Missouri, do hereby offer a re
ward of lU-a thousand dollars for
tho it r rest and conviction of
each person participating In either of
tho robberies or murders aforesaid, ex
cepting tho said Frank James and
Jesse James, I hereby offer a reward
of ?:;()00; and for tho conviction of
either of tho parties last named, par
ticipating In elthor of tho murder or
robberies above mentioned, I hereby
otter a further reward of live thousand
dollars, In testlmouoy whoioof I havo
hereunto set my hand nnd uausod to bo
alllxed tho great seal of the state of
Missouri. Dono at tho nlty of Joffor.
son City, this 28th tiny of July, A. D.
(Signed; Tiios. J; Cuittendkn.
MirnAEi. K. Guath, Sec'y of State.
Mr. House positively asserted that
they would not go to Calvert, that the
only route beside the one by Sheridan
is by Johnson, and assured iih that so
far as he was able to decide, wo had
no reason to fear for our welfare if all
their requirements were promptly met,
It now remains with our farmers, and
we trust that all will see that tho prico
of real estate will bo considerably en
hanced by tho advent of so strong a
road as all know Gould's to be.through
our county, and imagine that thoy will
follow tho example of those who havo
already consented to donate the rhrhr.
of way across their Umn.Post.
Then Sheridan isn't dead sure of
getting tho road after all, wo aro to
understand. That little 'seems to bo
in the way.
Can Sheridan and Calvert afford to
kick each other when tho best interests
of the centre are considered? Let tho
Courier correctly represent matters at
Calvert and tho Post will accept it ami
do likewise by Sheridan. Post,
"An open confession is gtwl for tho
soul," and doubtless, the soul of the
Post feels better after the above plain
admission that it has been lying.
It is rumored that Manager Touza
lin, of the Jl. M has been offered tho
position of malinger of tho Atchison,
Topeku and Santa Fe. We do not
wonder at the offer. Mr. Touzaliu is u
man of extraordinary abilities, and u
gentleman of rare personal qualities,
and is one of the foremost railroad
men of the country. Rut, we very em.
phatically hope he wont go ! We can't
allortl to lose Uin,la&ti(iyz Nehrusk
Tho Omaha ?W;ntm,has the JUe in
Umbo. Rosowator by fraud and false
hood obtained tho contract for the olty
printing and ihoTeh-yrum oxposod tho
littlo shister reformer,
Atohiaou Globe.' Col. Evorest Is au
thority for the statement that Jay
Gould has not bought tho Atchison &
Nebraska road, and that tho Missouri
Paohlc extension will go forward to
Mary Kauo, of llrooklyn, kindled tho
fire with an oi.l can, and sho has gone
to Join tho angels, as thousands havo
dono in tho smut) wuy befoi Uwr.