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ESTABLISHED 185G. I
OldoBt Paper in tho State.
BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1881,
VOL. 26, NO, 12.
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C7"zwk m 'iiyfrt JiaK.5ii.
r H. HBOADY.
Attorney nml Counselor il l,mi,
HI eovcrStnte lluiik.llrownvlllt .Neb.
r S. STULL,
0 ATTOIlKKi'8 AT LAW.
ontcanf County Judge. llrownvlllo. Nebraska.
4 S. II 0 L L A 1) A Y ,
tt Physician, SnrKeoii, Olxteti-lclnn.
Graduated In 1851. Located In Urownvllle KM.
Olllce, II Main struct, llrownvlllu, Neb.
j AV. G I K S 0 N ,
IILACKSMITIl AM) IIOHSK SIlOKlt
Work done to order unit intHnii'tlon Ktmrmitoed
Pint -itrcot, between Mutu iuuI Atlnntlc, llrown
S. A. OsnniiN. Notary Public, O.Vv". T.wl.bH.
OSIIOKV & TOMHt,
t Attorneys and Gounsollops at Lav:,
T)HAOTICK In thi' atiito nnd I'eili-ml co.irtu,
J Hpeclnl attention kHoii toriiUuCtliiiiHiuiil
sides of real estate.
p A T C L I X 13 ,
CUSTOM WORK mnilcto nrdcr.nml Ms nlwny
cunrnnteed. UcpnlrliiK neatly and promptly dour
Hhop, No. 27 Main street, llrownvlllu. Null.
) M. BAILEY,
SllII'l'KK AND UKAMlit IN
JlliO WNV1LLK, XF.llltASKA .
FarmcrH, please cull anil gut prices; I wmil
to handle your stock.
Ollloe First National Hunk.
MAKLATT At KING,
Pry Goods, Groceries, Kcndy Made Olothlne;,
Hoots, Shoes, lints, Capo, and n General As
sortiiiont of DniKH and Patent Medicines
B- Highest prions paid for butter and
EIGHT 1 PER CENT.
I will make. Mortgage. Loans
ON APPROVED FAHM SK0U1UTY, AT
i cS. Annual Interest.
0. J. STOWELL,
Attorney at Law,
y. Sheridan, Neb. m
aii oivnvillc. iVebi'iisKa,
FtnoKnillsli , Kionrli, Scotch and Fancy ('In Mix
YiiHtluirs, KIc, Ktc.
ESTABLISHED IN 18&6,
O L r 12 S T
Does a general Heal Estate Huslness. Soils
Lauds on Commission, examines Titles,
makes Deeds, Mortgages, and all Instru
ments pertaining to the transfer of lloal Es
tate. Has a
Complete Abstraot of Titlos
to all Peal Estate In Nemaha County.
AlTIIOltlZi:!) 11V TIIK U. S. (lOVKIINJUM
Ti Vt O W NVULX. iiS
Paid-up Capital, $50,000
Authorized " 500,000
18 PRKPARKOTO TRANSACT A
General Banking Busines..
nuv AND HLLL
COIN & OUREENCY DRAFTS
mi nil the principal cities of the
United States and Europe
On approved aocurlty only. Time Drafts discount
rd.ttiid spcxlal accommodations granted to deposit
n. Dealers In OOVKHNMKNT IIOND.S,
STATE, COUNTY & CITY SECURITIES
Received prblw)ndnMHl. and INTI-REBTnl
I.nedon tlm.chrtlllcatus of deposit.
DIRECTORH.-Wm.T. Dob, fi. M. hnlley, M. A
Hnndluy, Frank K. Johnnun, Luther Hondley
JOHN 1j. GARSO.V,
A. R. DAVISON, Cnihler. Prenldaat
.C.McNAOGUTON. Asst. Cashier.
C. L. Burroughs, IYI. D.,'
Physician and Surgeon.
OIMceln A. W.N. KELLS DRUG STORE.
All calls promptly attended day or night
tipec'iii uueuiion 10 Mim.iii.iii .
f4.i.i I... fitlili.l lilf.litu nl M.u U..L I., ...til
.ltll .... I'Miiiu ...h.. ... .lir, i icm.h - I tjl- I
donee, west of I'reshytirlAn Ciiurch.
Leeu In use two jeats. which I
i heap lor cash or on time. AUo,
Two Farms for Sale,
In the Immediate vicinity of Urownvllle.
(idinl (kmuIiik orchard or each, and plent)
of wood and water.
IC. S. IIIXX VtFOJU).
;v. -r"K . ;? ii .-azzit- vt'.?"
Opposit Liiinber Yaui, Main St.
Special Accommodations for
Horses boarded by the day
and Farmers' teams fed and
at fair' rates.
How Lost, How Restored!
Just piibllihid u i pw dltl u of Dr. CiilVerl
uell'n Cc Ichrnlt'il 1.-.NU) mi tn radical cure nl
SiiorinntnrrlHli'ucir scmliiiil Woiiknens. Invohin '
tury v-4'liiliiui Liimkiih, I mpi.tfiifj Mental and
I'liyxical Incnpiii Ity. Iuipi dlincins lo marrlaKc
U ; aHi) i'iin-i mitiiiv Im-ii i I'xv and I'us, ln
duct'dl) Hi'lt IndulKi'iicH or vxliiul cxtravaKaiu e.
TlincolelinitHlaiitliur, In this mlmlr.iblo -.shrv,
clearly itt'iiiiiiiHiinifs, Irom a thirty cars' nr
cfssriil prm'tli'c, lliat tin iilaniihiKconst'niit'iiecsnf
self abuse nriy lie radically cured; polntlim nut
a iimde nl' -in e af once simple, cei tain, and clfect
iml.liy ineaiis nt whlcti every sufferer, no matter
what Ills condition may oe, may cure himself
clieaplv, privuleh .and rnillciilly.
HI. rids I.'clure lioiild lie In tlioliimds of every
youth and every iiiii In the laud.
Sent under seal, in n plain euveloio. to any nil
drexs. post-paid, on receipt or six (ent.s. or two
postage stamps. 'v have nhii u sure cure
for Tape Worm. AddreHn
THE CtfLVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
1 1 Ann t., Ncvf Y iii-U, N. Y. I'.O. llox. .lASlt.
STEEL BOILER FREY.
Hates Low, Camps Shady,
Connects with all Trains.
LLJlICO (Hum Albuicr WhitM) ibo.ld laid fcr
" " lrf. lUrrl.'I'mupWMdlluitrn.d
T I'liUOfMur diKilptiia el hi. Retard;, if) it,oi.r jui.
plltttio., It. p.rnpblll 1 ftlw.blr ! u; lijy , ,),(,.
I it. bullb, lour 1 Ikur.orilj prirtir.l lieilur Hindu.,,.
... r. UAIMS CtlAZBY CC. ST. IDUIS. HO. '
fil flffPJ75 WANTED I" i'. .t.ii ..j r.it.n
ffjX rriiS) prct. N.nfci t.lliih'j to., t. 1,om. lo.
$ I ft t 1 hero is a patriotic limner in IVoria
M v n 1 P B.flPn oou,,l.v. whosl' name should be onrolloii
j $AJ UlluUUi amonu those who have, when occasion
UAVFnVODEMARSOltum-M MILLS, "lJ" ".. M""" ' 1'iesilK'Ilt. A
lnit liinctilliii out iim inillri.lv iii.w hum Mi, U 111. iMoUlinilKl Mail (MIL'IlLU'll
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Tlu lied Cloud (Nob.) Artits speaks
of Holds of corn in that section that nro
I claimed will yield from fto to so bush-
' ''J8 U) tll i.-r. TllO flirillPM all over
i Nobraska mo certainly in cood shane
to live, and to Invito immigration.
A telegram to tllOVHfW OiYHrellltos
tho f6llowingof an Illinois farmer
tliraslioLs to thrash his grain. One of
these was heard to remark that ho
wished (larllold would die. Mr. Mc.
Donald immediately ordered this man
off his premise.", innohineiiiul all. The
man was oiiliged to go, notwitlistand-
hig ins apologies lor what he had said
1 Kverybody that knows anything
'about tho South knows that it is as
loyal as tho North. 67. JocUnzUk:
Kwrybody that knows anything
about tho South everybody who has
spent any time in tho south, or has
i access to Southern newspapers, and
roads of con federate gatherings, con
federate ro-unions, and confederate
harangues, keeping alive tho fires of
treason, intensifying tho already bitter
latrodof tho union and those who beat
'down the treasonable hosts of tho
south and perpetuated the Union,
knows that the Gazdlv's assorUon is
The North l'latto Tohjjntpfi sjieak
ing of Sessions, the infamous linlf
breed leader in New York, says:
As a model Republican he ought to
bo leturned to olllce, and no doubt will
should his party prevail at the polls.
The Teh'pruph knows lio to ap
preciate merit- from a Democratic
standpoint. lint tho Republicans' have
smashed tho model. He was not liked
as a Republican model. Ho ought to
go South where stu-h models are in de
mand; ami ho.wottJUPrs?jj get into, tho
Senate or Congress, amongst the bal
ance from that section who are beauti
ful Democratic models holding their
scats through fraud and the various
rascalities practiced to s wintllo the
The Lincoln Drmocnit learnine that
there is a probability of Chas. D. Slo
cumb, the author of tho obnoxious
liquor law of this State being appointed
consul to Cheinnit., (iermany, pounces
upon him with that enthusiasm which
only a Frenchman can carry into a
light. Trliiiujii makes common cause
with the Detnorrat m playing that a
brainless and grncele.v scamp such as
Sloeumb is may not he elevated to so
important a position as the consulship
at Chemnitz. Narlft I'latta 'J'fhtrtijtfi.
Sloeumb has more soul and honest
blood in his little too than the editors
of tho Deninrrat and 'J'ehimpt have in
both their miserable carcasses in a
lump. And Sloeumb is a decent man
while those other fellows make no pre
tensions in that way. as wo should
judge from their journalism.
We find tlio following amongst the
White House news of last week:
Dr. Rovnton said tliattno bulletins
had not always told the truth about
the degree of the President's rest at
night. Hesaid the lact was the doc
tors who made the bulletins went to
.sleep about midnight, and nothing
more was seen of them unless they
were called in case of an emergency,
until 0 o'clock in the morning. In tho
meantime lie was with the patient,
lie declared that up to two or three
days ago for nights the same scone was
gone through within tho sick room.
The President would dn-am and talk in
his sloop all the time. Ho usually
thought ho was holding cabinet meet
ings. He would talk on matters of a
public character chiefly witli Rlaine,
and would keep this up for hours, witli
only a few intervals. Finally, about
throe o'clock, lie would say, "(Jood
morning; wo will adjourn tho nicotine;
for to-day. and the door-keeper will
close tho doors." Tho doctor would get
up, walk around I he room and say : "M r.
President, the dooi sure closed." Ho
would then say, "I will now tako n lit
tle sleep," and would lest well until
about 0 o'clock. At this time the doc
tors would appear, and finding him in
a good condition and sleeping well,
would announce that he had slept well
and had passed a comfortable night,
when in fact they wore only predicat-!
ing their opinion on the appearance of
the patient at tho time they saw him.
I hereby brand tho infamous con
st ruction put upon the report concern
ing the attempted assassination of my
self, in Tocumsoh, on tho eleventh of
tho present month, as slanderers, mum,
low, perlldeous, and as false as sin
itself. I mean that part in which it is
said "a woman" is in U.
I brand the author of that aitlclo
sent to tho .S7uf Democrat 119 a falsifier
and aslaudeier and a fiend. 1 chal
lenge the State to point to one Imnioial
act upon my past. I challenge the
State of Nebraska or Illinois to ibid
one charge- that has ever been piofcrred
against me, sineo 1 pt cached my ilrst
iiM'oiirse. I commenced preaching in
Rainier, Christian county, 111., Here
was my membership. Resides this
there are persons lhing in Nemaha
and Johnson counties who have been
personally acquainted with mo for fif
teen years, Mr. Kli Porter, near Table
Rock; Mr. Day, 111 Tecuinseliaiid olh
ers. My present membership Is at
Again, I would refer those who are
desirous to get the fuels, lo the Turri
li'llit containing my tatoinont. Also
to Kid. R. C. Harrow's aiticle in the
.State and some of the county papers.
gain: 1 hereby challenge any lady
lo say if I was oor guilty of immoral
or unchristian conduct before her.
We don't want "they say." Wo want
facts: we want some 0110 who knows
of one immoral act.
I have always boon treated well by
tho people of Nebraska. Have had no
trouble with an individual in the State.
Resides this I did not know whore
brother llobbins lived. Had never
been there before. J. J. Henry.
Call for Republican Stato OCnvoutiou,
Tho Republican electors of the State
of Nebraska are hereby called to send
delegates from the several counties, to
meet in State convention at Lincoln on
Tuesday, October 5th. IHSI, at :$::)()
o'clock p. m., for the purpose of placing
in nomination candidates for the fol
lowing named olllces, viz.:
Ono Judge of theSiipienio Court.
Two Regents of thoState University.
And to transact such other business
as may properly come before the con
vention. The sevoral counties are entitled to
representation in the State convention
as follows, based upon the vote cast lor
Oeorgo W.Collins lor Presidential elec
tor, giving one delegate to each one
hundred and fifty (1 ."()) votes, and ono
for tho fraction of seventy-five (7")
voles or over. Also one delegate at
large for each organized county.
ilnmln, Volfi. fliilri. C)untlrt. Toct. imlix
Adams 1,-117 II .lelli-iHon I.U.t) X
Antelope fi77 h .L.hllson J.OtiS H
limine Ii71 5 ICeaincy 0.r.n ."
Ihillnlo I.IH'i ! Keith 'i I
Hurl I.IIIU S Knox .Viii 5
llntler llVi 7 Lancaster .'I..W7 "Jl
Cuss iMil n Lincoln :i-7 I
Ccdiil- UIK -J Madlsnn 1170 ft
Uheycnne lirj ; Merrlclc sill (I
Cla-, I.ftl7 11 Nemnha 1.17.1 11
Coltnx (IS.') it Nuckolls .Mil ft
('huso 1 Niim-e III!) '.'
"i!iiiln ft!H r. ,(lioe I.1IIS II
Ciislcr iflii) II I Pawnee I, ltd II
Da kola II'JS !l 'Pheljis Ml I
Daw-nil U17 .'! 'Plcice 7(1 J
linvly . 1! Pintle .. . Kril 7
Dixon Iftl) I .Polk Ill.t 7
Undue I, IUII II llted Willow . i!KI :i
Donulns U.'.mo it Itlclmr son... 1.7(1 1 IK
KJllmore J.4H1 1(1 Saline l.sil 1:1
Eraiiklln ftS.ri ft Sarpy I'.ll I
Kioiillnr i:tl 2 iHi Icis. .1,717 12
Kllinns dim ft (Howard I.JHl 10
(iiiKe 172ii l.'J .shi-iinnn ins a
fiospcr Iftil 2 iHlonv 2
(In-cloy 1M 2 iHtnnlon 1H0 2
Hall 1,150 1) Thnycr HII 7
Unjes 2 Valley ;U I
llnmllton Wl7 S WashliiKton..lllH) 0
Iliirlmi 117?. (( Wheeler 2
Illlohcock Mi 2 Wayne 118 2
Unwind at7 ft Wehstcr I0OII h
Holt nil .' York Mil 11
It is recommended First: That no
proxies be admitted to the convention
except such as are held by persons re
siding in the counties from which the
proxies are given.
j, Second, That no delegate shall rep
resent an absent member of his delega
tion unless ho be clothed with author
ity from the county convention or is in
possession of proxies from regularly
elected delegates thereof.
Ry order of Republican Stato Central
JAMFSW. D.AAVES, Ch'n.
F. J. Hlndkiisiiot, Sec. protein.
Lincoln, Nob., Aug. l, 1881.
Scratch a "reformer" says tho Boston
Herald, and you'll find a "sorehead."
Yes, and scratch a Massachusetts Re
publican and you will find a Virginia
repudiator. S7. Jon Uazette.
Why, aro Massachusetts Republicans
and Virginia Democrats so much alike
In a few days the street Bprinkling
workHwill be in operation. Mr. Hud
dart is hero and has ready four carts,
each containing fourteen banols. His
pump from .St. Louis and the largo
tank from (rote aro oxpected every
day to arrive bore. The tank has a
capacity of 000 barrels. Everything
is in readiness and awaiting tho arrival
of the pump and tank. Lincoln Globe,
r"". Ji'.::.i,.UT,iuuiiiLi i ainuwivsrxj nu-.tm
Dr. Ostrandcr, of West Pittston, Pa.,
recently suicided. Me previously be
came deranged, the doctois said, by ex
cessive smoking of very stiong
A convention of deaf and dumb peo
ple was hejd at HnrriHbnrg. Pa., last
week to form anoignnir.utinn for their
advancement. . The proceedings wero
Heavy rains in Fugland and Ireland
have done great damage to the wheat
and potatoo crops.
The Delawaie peach crop is this
year a failure.
At the Berlin Chess Congiess recent
ly, Mason, of Now York, defeated
Blackburn, of London.
The Carson Apju al AoQimy affirms
that a Nevada florist has a sunflower
which is fifteen inches in diameter, or
nearly four leet in circumference.
Tlnee hundred and fifty thousand
tioiiars woi in 01 rerciieron noises aro
en unite to Illinois.
Caues cut from tho battlefields of
Chicamauga and Mission Ridge will
soon ho offered for sale at $1 each, to
raise funds for tho election of a !?10,
000 Methodlstchuioh in Chattanooga.
The Pope has appro veil a series of
text books to be introduced into tho
A younginaii of iiS has married his
aunt aged J18, in Buiralo, N. Y.
New York City, in the season, con
sumes t. j.uoo.OOO oysters per day.
The recent discovery of1 a spring in
Arkansas which runs apple luaiidy
gives the Democratic party a now
lease upon Unit state which will only
ond when the spring runs dry.
Mrs. Vandeibilt is said to sport
sixty bonnets stud as many trunks at
Saratoga. But as Mr. V. owns several
"trunk linos" its all right.
John Treddy of the linn of Treddy
& Miller, Valparaiso, hid., was recent
ly killed by a runaway team.
A fatal accident occurred near
Maroa, Ills., by the explosion of a can
of gasoline in a cellar. Uriah .lames
and wife wore so badly burned that tho
woman died in gieat agony, and Mr.
James is not expected to survive.
William Reed, a farmer, living tlireo
miles from (ireenville, Ohio, was goied
to death by his owji bull. Whilc-ncigh-boisjlrove
tho bull away, Mrs. Reed
drugged her husbands dead body out of
A blacksmith named Coition, of
blackstoiio, 111., was run over by cars
A tornado, very di struetive to
property and life, recently visited
Savannah. Near ion buildings
were unroofed or blown down,
and many people were crushed
to death by falling timbers and trees.
Ciow Dog, the Indian wiio murdered
Spotted Tail has boon taken to Dead
wood to be tried foi uiuider.
A man named Tobin, of Chlcago.who
most brutally kicked and stamped his
lo year old daughter to death, some
mouths ago. while drunk, lias bee'u
sentenced lo imprisonment for life.
Hog cholera is raging in Charles City
and vicinity. So far KOO head have
K Rullalo.N. Y dispatch says : "The
drouth is verp severe. Crops are abort
and poor. All stock in trade but hogs
aio overstocked. Tho market is flooded
with half fat cattle and light, thin
lambs." A dispatch from Trenton. N.
Y., says: "Crops and cattlo are suffer
ing from drought, which extends all
over tho State. The liluo Mountains
aro blazing for miles.
Tho largo convent at Silver Lake,
Wisconsin, was recently struck by
lightning and burned down. About 80
people in the building escaped without
A Miss (iraiit, of Lancaster county,.
Neb., was killed during a lecent thun
der storm by a stroke of lightning.
Miss Una Farley, of Rloomington,
111., who sued Mr. Gridley, of that city,
for breach of promise of marriage, com
promised on 80,000 yesterday.
Last mouth was tho hottest August
for ten years, and had the smallest rain
fall for tho decade.
m . -
Hon. Henry S. Kaloy, or Red Cloud,
Neb., died at his homo in that place on
the 'Joth ult.
Mr. Kaloy was a prominent, useful,
and highly honored citizen of tho Stato.
Ho was aged .'58 years. Ho was a mom
of the last legislature; was appointed
U.S. Consul to Chemnitz, Germany, by
President Garfield, but has boon sick
most of tho time since his appointment
was made; was president of tho State
board of education and a member of
tho Stato Board of fish commissioners.
Two hotels each to coBt 8100,000
are now under way of construction in
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