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ESTABLISHED 1856. I
dot Pnpor in tho State.)
T H. HHOADY,
J i Attorney nil Ooiiimclor nt liaw,
OltlceovorState Banlt.HrowiivllW .Net).
Q A. OSUO R X ,
U, ATTOUMCV ATIjAIV.
Oitlc,No.81 Malnstreot, Hrownvlle, Nebl
T P. S T V L L ,
i J . AT'l'OKNKYS AT I.. AW.
Oillcunf County JuiIko, Hrowiivlllo, Nebraska.
A S. UOLLADAY,
ii I'hynlclan, Surgeon, ())trtrlotin.
Graduated In 1ASI. Located In UrownvlllelBW.
Oillci-,41 Mln street, Iirownvllle, Neb.
J W. G 1 B S O X ,
IMJACICS.MITIl AND HOIISIC SIlOKlt
Workdoue to order and satisfaction Kiiarantced
First street, between Mnln unci Atlnntlo, Brown
p A 'J' C L I X 15 ,
00T AMI SHOEMAKER
CUSTOM WOUK mndeto unlcr. and tits ahvay
mmrnntped. Itcpalrlni; neatly nnd promptly don
Mhop, No, '.7 Mala street, Hrownvllle.Neb.
1) M. BAILEY,
SHIl'I'KIt AND DK.AI.KIl IN
KnrtncrH, plonso cull nnd sot prices; I wan.
to handle your stock.
Olllco Klrst National flunk.
ItlAItLATT &. KIXG,
Dry OoodH, (IrnccrlcH.nendy Mniln Clnthlnu,
Hoots, Hhoi's. Huts, Caps, and n Optiernl Ah
sortinent of Drains and Patent Medicines
tt.'U Highest prior paid for butter and
EIGHT i PER CENT.
I will niako Mortungo Loans
ON Al'lMlOVKI) I-'AHM SKCUKITY, AT
8 i tS. Annual Interest.
J . NO COMMISSION.
tfl. J. STOWELL,
0S llnrnim, o( lour
- - nuuiuby av uuu,
ati oiviivUlc. IVubra.NLa.
and dealer lu
I'lneKtinlNli, KibhcIi, Srotch anil Fancy Cloths
Ydt ih, Ktc, Ktc.
WKDDIXC! SUITS A SPECIALTY.
ESTABLISHED IN 1856.
O L 13 S T
William H. Hoover.
Dooh u Ronornl Koal Kntuto HuhIiiphh. Hell
Lands on CotnnilHHlon, examines Titles,
make Deeds, MoiIkhboh, nntl all lnHtru
nients pertaining to tho trmuror of Ileal Kh
tntc. Huh a
Oompleto Abstraot of Titles
to all l'-ial Estate in Notnahn County.
At'TIIOIIIZKU UY THK l'. S. UOVKIt.VMr'M'
First National Bank
Vaid-up Capital, $50,000
IS PHKl'AKKOTO THANHACT A
General Banking Busines.
I1UY AND HULL
GOIN & OUREENOY DRAFTS
nil ull tlm principal cities of tlio
United States and Europe
On approved security only. Time Oralis dloount
Pd. and special accommodations (.'ranted to deposit
errt. Dealers In GOVKHNMKNT 1IONIIK,
STATE, COUNTY & CITY SECURITIES
Rfcolyed payableoudemand and INTKHKHTal
lowed on clmecfrtttlcatenofdepoHlt.
OIHFXTOHH.-.Wro.T7liMi, II. M. nailer. V. A
Handley. Frank E. Johnnon, I.uttmr Hoadley
A n.DAVISON.Cathler. I'rsildenl
C. L. Burroughs, M. D., I
Physician and Surgeon.1
i "Lot well unuugh alono," Ls ontiral
Omooln A. W.NICKELIS DHUO 8TOUK. ly acceptwl as about tlio tl.il.K to do,
All callH promptly littoiiito.1 day or night ""SO any :ittiipt lit improvtlliuilll
Spec ni attention to suuoKitY. upon "vull enough" gidioially turns
Can Ih found nli?li8 at Mrn. I'mtrno'it real-' 01i(, l...,i 'I'imn will toll Imw if will
dent-e, w.wttifl'rosliyterlnnChuroli. ' ullL l,,m' l ",1U v,m lim """ ,l U1"
- .... work iii Xow York politics.
For Sale Cheap.
L he.st miiehine out-ono entirely niw.ono
been In uie two years, which I will sell
cheap tor ciihIi or on tlino. AIo,
T II 1 VKTWO llV.VAHfln tntUIM Vll.m
Two Farms for
In tho linmedlato vicinity of Hrownvllle. i
Good ncurlim orchard on each, and plenty
of wood and water.
R. 8. IIAMS()ICI.
. E. OP
Opposit Lumber Yard, Main St
Special Accommodations for
Horses boarded by the day or week,
and Tanners' teams fed and cared for
" at fair rates.
How Lost, How Restored!
Jinl publtMivd, a new edition of Dr. CulVert
rll'it (Vlclirntril I'.anii) on the radical enre of
.HpcrmHtorrliili'Mir Hemliial WcakniMM. Involun
tary enilnnl J,on,i. Impotency Mental and
l'liynlcal Incapacity. Itnpi-dlnn'niH to ninrrlnuo
tC.i ftlnu, I'ONrtl mition, li I'll. kin and Fit-. Ill-(liictMlt)ysL'lf-lmllllKi'lK'('
or aextnnl estraMiKnnee,
Tliuceli'bratt'd author. In thl admlratilo K-Niiy,
cloarly dpiiioiMirntei, from n thirty years' ne
fi'sfni prnctlcu, that the nlarmlnij coiiHi'iini'tiri-Hnf
aflf-uhirte may he radically curud; potiilltiK out
a modeof cnrual onco ulinple, certain, anil elfect
nal.liy mean, of which every sntlcrer. no matter
what Ills condition may hi), may cure hlnmiill
chuaply, privately, and radically.
O-'I'lils I.ectureahould he In thehamlit of every
youth and every man In the laud.
Went under seal, In a plain envelope, to any ad
lren, pont-pald, on receipt oflx centH, or two
pnntnKO utainpH. Vc hnvc ulo it Hiirr I'lirr
for Tn ie Worm. Addren
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
II Ami. si., .New York, N. Y. I'.O. llox. 13S.ll.
riHAHlA-Jti J AM lis HAHKK. AM) JOHN
j J. Kletuher, Kiiurdian of Mild Clinrlen
Jiimes H irlf. and ail othera InteieMt d In the
cstuto of William K. Sarll. late of Mnson
County, Illinois, deceased, yon anil each of i
.von win iiiutuioiieoinai.saran irn,minnn
litlratrlx or the eHtuto of mild Wllllani IC.
Hnril, (IcceiiHod, tins presented her petition to
tlio District Court of Nemalia county, Ne
braska, MittltiK lortli tho amount or pergonal
property wlilcli has come Into her hand,
tho (lelilHoiilHtandlnK axnlniil tho deceased,
a desurrptlou of the real etitute of which tliu
Intestate died seized, mid tlio condition arid
value thereof nnd iimIcIiik for an order of tlio
sjiM court to Nell the koutheast ouiirter of
Kcctlon tiventy one f21J tn township four
north, of raugo fourteen II IJ east. In Nemaha
county, Htato of NetiritHka, for thepurposuof
paylnu tho debts of the estate.
On thelHIi day of .Juno, 1SHI, the .IiuIkh of
the Mild District court uimlo tlm following
order, to-wlt; It appearlnt; from the pell- i
Hon attnuhod that thorn Is not Hiillluleut ,
personal estate In the bands of said admin- i
Istratrlx to pay tbodebtNoutstandlriKUKolnst I
Uie deceased, and the expeuseH of adtnlnU- I
tratlon.and that It ls necessary to sell real
eftlnto for tho payment thereof, It In hereby
ordored that notice be nlvon by publication
In the. Nebraska AnvKitriHKK an retjulrod by '
law In MiRh case, that all persons Interested ,
In tho said estate appear before tho Jinluo of
tho second Judicial district of Nebraska Hit-
tttiK nt clmmboru at olllco of clerk district
court In tho city of Lincoln, Lancaster noun-1
ty, Nebraska, on tlio 27th day of AuioiNt, I
1881, at threo o'clock p. in. to show onuso why '
a llcenso should not bo granted to tho said ,
adinlnlntratrlx to nell ho inuoh of the real
estate of Mild deceased described In tho po
tltlnn.iiH shall bo necessary to pay snob debts I
Dated Jurm'Jlllli, 1831. I
.1. II, Hhoadv, H. B. Found.
noMw5 Att'v for l'otltloner. JudBO.
Iloiul Notice for OatnapreH. I
To all whom It may concern: Thoro wuh
a petition presented to tho Hoard of County
I'ommlssUinerH of Nemaha County, Nobras.
ka, at their Juno term. A. D., 1881, nsklnu
tlio operiliiK nfn loctlou lino road, In ac
cordance with tho provUloim of Hectlou -i(
at pauo 1,'tfi aotn of 1870, at which time, the
Hoard deomliiK that tho public tfomj ro-'
qulrrn tho oponlnK of ,ft,(l rond, tlioy onlnrnd i
that tho Muno bo opened uinl worked, In tin, ,
iiaino nmntier as other public roadN, Huld
road, couunrnclnnat ttioHouth Kind oornnr
of Hectlou :t0 Town I ItniiK 12 Kant, and run-,
iiIiik two mllo Wet. i
Alt clalmn for ttniniiK' miiHt bo filed In i
tho County Clerk'n olllco on or before noon
j. iiu hi uav oi nei",i" ."".
BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1881.
.,,,,., ... ,..,.,.. f
rutlorthe Icjulership of "Uoss Conk
lin Now York tfavc (Jarllchl about 20,-
nin ..... :....:i.. mii... .. .. ..ii
"" miujuihi. iii.ii t.i.-i a iiiuii.'i
mcacro vlctorv ill a big Stato liko Xcw
1 OIK, MIHl now under Boss Kobci'lson
tlio disappointment will bo moat in-
iK'uriifllin ItoiMililifiiiis of that State
fail to pllo up .r,0,(K)0 for Oaitk'ld ill his
- .. . . ,r , .
n co for tlio seooml torni. Hurrah for
With tho exception of soino papers
iu this district, who have declared for
.ludgo (Jaslin forSiiiremo .Judge, there
is a very general unanimity iu favor of
re-electing . I udge Max well. He is an
able, experienced, and candid man, and
his legal works have eomnie.ided him
favorably to tho best legal lights of
tho country. We could do worse than
to continue him on thoupremo bench.
Hit si iiiys Nehru slut u .
Olive, tho murderer and man-burner,
"Would yet be iu tho ponitontiary had
.ludgo Maxwell's opinion been iu tho
majority on ' ho supremo bunch. .1 udgo
Maxwoll is what you do not llud every
day an honest man, a conscientious
judge and a deep. judicial mind.
Tho prohipitory law of Kansas in
mhiio places is enforced, iu others it is
not enforced to any extent, and in
still others it is partially enforced,
or at least has hud a tenden
cy to lessen tho number of
saloons. It is reported from tho
records of tho V. S. revenue olllco
that since tho law haa boon in opera
tion, thoro have been 875 saloons
licensed in thoSbito. Iu.l88l) tllorowore
.1,584. PhoVe'iUO 12 vtti-JIcaalf-Hcenacfl
litjuor establishments against 27 in
1KK0. Last year there wore .'13 brewer
ies iu operation; now there aro but 10.
There were two distilleries last jour;
this year one. There were 1)1 licens'Ml
beer and ale shops lust year, this year,
II. This gives an idea of how prohib
ition is working in Kansas. .Prohibi
tion does not prohibit as yet, but it
may virtually do so after a fair trial.
Tho law has boon in operation but a
The quarrel between (Jartiold and
Conkling has done harm in many ways.
It has made what looks like a hopeless
breach in the ranks of the party iu
Xew York; so that the chances that
the Republicans will carry that State
at any time in the near future uie so
exceedingly small as to scarcely bo
worth considering at all. Johnson (Jo,
In the "off years" tne Democrats
alwajs write about th.it "hopeless
breach in the Republican party. Some
how or other this breach is alwajs
closed up and horeinetically sealed
when a presidential election comus
around. Linrofn Ufabv.
Why didn't Hayes carry Xew York,
then V Or maybe that wasn't a "breach."
It doesn't take much of a breach in
Xew York, in either party to throw the
election on the other side. And Xow
York lost all is lost. There is a breach
in Xow York always in tho Republican
ranks, and it takes masterly organiza
tion to win. (leorgo William Curtis,
of Harper, loads tho "seratchors" and
educates the people to scratch all can
didates who aro not their personal find
individual choico. Collector Robert
son, not only a scratclier, is leader of
those opposed to tho unit rule that is
if a candidate is nominated who a voter
does not like, it is that voter's duty to
bolt that candidate to scratch liiui tt
all ovents regard Jos of instructions or
the democratic principle of majorities,
The foregoing aro what aro termed In
Now York politics as "halfbroeds;"
and aro opposed to stulwartisin, which
means no scratching, adhesion to party,
loyalty to majorities, regardless of por
Honal proforoiicos. Those factions make
a "broach" recently widened and deep
ened by the Senatorial contest, which,
if "closed up and hermetically sealed,"
will ontitlo the gentleman who does
tho closing up and sealing, to wear tho
imm,, ,!! Bimm m Mmi
Tho St. .loo Gazittc writhes when
Missouri Is called the "robber State."
Wo can't see that Missouri ls any more
of a robber Stato than several of tho
Southern States whore Democrats
mane the laws. While Missouri laws
are rather favorable to her robbers she
must have tho credit of not yet selling
her citizens into slavery for trival of
fences, as is done in Georgia and sever
al other Southern Democratic States.
Since tlio Winston robbery the action
of Governor Crittenden has called very
direct attention to Missouri's criminal
code. The Governor himself seems
not well pleased with tlio provisions
of tho law regarding rewards and the
capture of escaped convicts. Tho in
adequacy of tho law compelled the
Governor to either do nothing or to ap
peal for backing outside of tlio law,
for the apprehension of Missouri rob
bers. The law iiuthorizing tho gover
nor to offer rewards for the arrest of
murderers and robbers, contains the
condition that tlio person or persons
for whose capture ir reward is offered
must bo aivuruliij diwribed. This
provision inhibits tho governor from
offering any reward for at least three
fourths of tho felonies committed in
Missouri, because that proportion of
tho perpetrators of crime are unknown
and cannot be described. A train of
cars and tho express were robbed at
Winston, and two men weie murdered,
yet becauso the robbers and murdoiors
could not be described by tho governor
ho could not lawfully offer any reward
for their arrest. Gov. Critteden, how
ever, showing himself greater than the
State, has offered a reward on his own
responsibility, and the a.ssur.ince of
tho railroad otllcials that the reward
money will lie forth coming when tho
robbers aro caught. That is tho kind
of laws Missouri has; and thu dazctk'
had better take the occasioipfor calling
for more elllcient laws instead of abus
ing people for criticising tho present
disgraceful ones. There is another de
plorable thing in Missouri Unit goes
to give tho Stato a bad name, and that
is tlio great number who from down
right sympathy with thb robbers, har
bor and feed them, and refuse, many
through fear no doubt, to do anything
toward delivering them up justice.
Ask I'inkerlon what ho thinks about
going among tho people of Missouri
to catch robbois. Tho papers may
squeal, yet the facts remain, and past
history is open conllrniing the right of
our ueigbor commonwealth to lie
dubbed tho "robber State.' Rut she
has a Governor now who seeing the
stain is endeavoring to wipe it out, but
ho will not tlo it unless ho is indorsed
and sustained in every possible way by
the good t iti.ens of the State.
Thirty thousand persons have
petitioned the Georgia Legislature ask-
inr (hut tlio noonln nl' tlm Stain ho
allowed to vote on the prohibition of
nit! liquor irninc. rno peuuou was
(100 feet long, and had names from
That is no ovidonoo however that
prohibition would carry, or oven come
near doing so in that State.
A Columbus. Ga.. nannr savs: .Mr.
.Joe Heasley lias been practicing ox-
peiiiuetuai gardening recently, ami as
a lesult of his labors he has succeeded
in raising some delicious lomon-tluvor-ed
watermelons. He has a method of
making fin Incision in the vino a short
ilistnnce from tho root, to which lie
attaches a lemon, and by means of ab
sorption tlio juice is taken into mo
PitoviDKNci:, R. I., .Inly 27. Rev.
W. V. Wliitclier, pastor of the Mathow
son street Methodist church charged,
with purloining rare books from pub
lic libraries, called the board of his
church together this ovoning, confess
ed himself guilty of tho grievous sin,
expressed tlio deepest contrition there
for, and announced his determination
to retire from tho ministry and tho
A bear in Colorado got hold of
Josoph R rooks and sailed iu to eat
him, but began on one of his logs and
it happened to bo wooden. Joe laid
still and let him chow. Ho says it
was tho most disgusted looking bear
ho ovor saw when "tho soil" broke
over his countenance.
Boss Robertson has entored upon
Ids duties as Collector of tho I'ort of
VOL, 26, NO, 8,
MM I I 'I' TTTfnTTTII H Willi
XearMt. Vernon, 111., after a dance
was ended at a farm house, a baby was
found smothered to death on thu bed
by the clothing piled on it.
At Oconomowoc. Wis., a voiiiil'
telegraph operator named Fred. II.
Brown.willcd himself for unrequited
love. The girls name Is Miss Stella
T. G. Kierstone, of Cherokee, Iowa, '
whose daughter, aged 12 vears, gave
birth to a child, of which he is alleg
ed to bo the father, was placed under
.f5,(K)0 bail. Ho claims that he is
innocent, but thu child tells a dilVeient
At St. Joe, Mo. a few days ago.
some railroad working men got into it
light, when out; named Howard was
killed by Jones.
During tho past llseal year Si:i.V22t,
i002 were collected by the commission
er ot Internal Revenue nnd paitl into
Tlie internal revenue otllcjals, Ijnil.
that sweetened whisky U largely ship- .,
poll to temperance localities as patent
The amount of tax collected on
spirits last year was Ml7,io,i,i)7'l, am hi
crease of nearly 80,000,000 over that of
the previous year.
At Rochester, Intl., a young man '
named Chupin was drowned- in Mud
Mike Rotteskey, fit Cedar Rapids fell, ,,
from his wagon whiledrunkanil brolu:
Chiis. Steel, a negro saloon keeper of
Lexington, Ky.. resisting arrest, shot
and killed dipt. Hendricks of the
police. ' ''
Thoro was no Roman Catholic fin'
the revision committee. Curd i Bill
A fair maiden's curiosity: "Xow do
tell mo Charley," said Miss Gigglogush,
who is snendlmr the summer in thu
country, "which cow is it that gives
the Ice'ereainV I'm just dying to see
Grant Iliggins is tho mime of a
horse thief captured at Lincoln, some
Xo more cigars will be made at the
Illinois State I'enitontiary at .lollut.
Gulteau, bolngii lawyer, will defend
his own case. Hois writing his auto- v,
hioL'ratihv. Which lie thinks will )m'n 4
a great sale. "
'Wlioover supposes Roscoo Conkling
is politically dead calls iu tho under
taker to soon. ( Htii'mjo Tinu:i.
Tliere was a terrilic explosion iu
Woolnor'.s distillery, I'eoria, last week,
killing and maiming 1 1 men. Tho fol
lowing are some Unit have died:
Ignatius Woollier, Henry Casliin.
Chas. Hebner, .John Kirkland, Win.
Keif. Henry Gootz, William and I'ritz
Frank Gill, a fireman, of Keokuk,
was drowned last week.
.Joint and Thomas Carney, brothers,
were killed at Indianapolis by W. II.
Collier. ,-The Carneys were both
A Georgia ed tor says: "Gold is
found in thirlv-six counties iu this
state, silver iu three, copper iu thirteen
iron iu forty-three, diamonds in
twenty-six, whisky iu all of them, and
tho last gets away with all tho rest,"
Tho government magazine, contain
ing several tons of powder, at Mazat
lan. Mexico, recently exploded.
Seventy dead bodies wero recovered,
and ipiite a number more are buried In
A notorious moonshiner and dare
devil named Thomas Andrews, but
known better by the name of "Silver
tooth," of Arkansas, was recently cap
tured In Maxtor county, In a deputy
Alfred Angel, tho gentleman who
was so horribly perforated with bullets
by Kiiiohammcr, was in the city on
Monday. He has not entirely recovered
bat Is rapidly regaining his former
strength. ltwkjnrt Jnnrnnf.
A young man mimed .1. M. Rontly,
near Rlanchurd, Iowa, was killed one
day last week by being buried by tins
cavliii' of a sand bank.
Taylor Underwood, leader of a band
of desperadoes in southwest Missouri
and the murderer of Deputy Sheriff
McKlruth.of Dade county, three months
ago, was arrested at Carthago Friday,
after a desperate struggle with Detec
tive K. S. Sike. Three of the Cnder
woodgang wero lynched by citizens of
Dado county for being concerned in
the murder of McKlrath.
Cliarles Ouirland. a tinner of Des
Moines, while In a drunkon lit cut his
throat with a ra.or.
Quo of the cheap "revised editions'
of the Now Testament reads: "And
they laughed him to corn."
An Iowa wife sues for a divorce bo
causo her husband bought candy for
.mother women. Such a man is"worso
than an intldot."
From .January to .Juno 7.r,000
emigrants left Hamburg alone for tho
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