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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1881)
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G. W. FairbroLhoi & Co.,
fnlillalirr A. fraprletnr.
OFFICIAL LWIMJII.OFTHK COUNTY.
List of Lottora
Homaining in the postoflleo at Brown
villo, Nebraska, for week oiuIIiik
Septoiuboi loth, li :
Clark, '.loliti It. .lackmnn H.
Donoll, Wm. Alwly, A.M.
Gilo, Miss .1. M. M.ittcson, II. C.
Ilurding.Wui. C. Walko, Mrs. Evil.
Gordon, T.B. Foster, Mrs. Lucy
Hiohards, A. L.
Persons calling for any of the above
will please say itdcertlsul.
Olllcohoiirs On. in. to 8 p. nn Sun
(Ihvii, from t) to 10 a.m.
T. 0. IlACKKit, I M.
School books at NiokoU's.
Lincoln has 1'20 telephones.
Berkshire hogs, highbred .for sub'
by Stftvenmon fc Cross
For first class groceries call on
T. L. Jones.
Our farmers are busily engaged
with thoir fall plowing;
Hardware and groceries, large
stock of each, by Stevenson & Cross.
Most Hread in the city at Aaron
Palmer's and don't you forget it.
A sure cure for diarrhoea and
summer complaint at NickoU's.'
r- It is now said Hint the. v,orld will
come, to an end on November iMh.
. When will the properly owners of
the city be compelled to repair their
old dilapidated sidewalks.
Cambridge, Neb., in proud of a
young womnn so innooent and pure
minded that she remarked to her in
tended the day previous to their mar
riage: "Now mind! 1 won't havo a
bady brought into the bouse."
Too much caution cannot well be
exorcised by our farmers this fall
against prairie ilres, on account, of the
mass of weeds and grass. Fires are
liable to be fearfully destructive on
account of tlio abundance of combusti
"Wo are pleased to inaku a note of
the fact that the
this city has acquired under the
management of .1. G. Russell
a popularity that it never had
before. By the day it is only
Sl.oO.yet its real substantial accomoda
tions are liHt-clas comfortable rooms,
good bods and excellent table fare
with an agreeable landlord and land
lady make those headquarters a pleas
ant place for the average customer.
Farmers, call and get your dinner "tor
J)iod in this city Monday Sept.
12th, at -1:15 a.m., Nannie It., daugh
ter of ,1. II. and Jlottio Iloysc, aged 11
months and twenty days. The funer
al services, conducted by He v. II. O.
.Scott, took place at tlio residence on
Tuesday 1:1th, 10 a. m
To havo a little prattler severed from
us, just learning to lisp the endearing
"mama," "papa," is one of tlio saddest
events experienced by loving parents.
Only those who have passed the trying
ordeal can know. Our neighbors and
friends now called to put away in the
silent, narrow resting place, their
darling little daughter, forever, have
the spontaneous heartfelt sympathy of
Monday evening this week was
the time appointed for a meeting of
the council to consider applications for
saloon licenses, but there failed to bo
a quorum present. Only two eouneil-
men, Richards and Armstrong, and the
Mayor and clerk, wore present. Mr.
Broady was on hand as the attorney of
the law and order portion of the com
munity, with prepared protests against
granting licenses to Fraker, Campbell
or Kousehkolb on the petitions and
bonds of these men, which failed in
several essential matters of being in
accordance with tlio law. There be
ing no published time set now for a
meeting of tlio council, the Mayor and
clerk promised Mr. Brondy that they
would notify him duly of the next
time and placo of meeting and they
will probably do so.
The man that' Kinrl Heady killed
was known here as ".Jim" Miller, but
his real name appears to havo been
Walker Miller. The parties lived near
a little town called Smnrlville, a few
miles west of Tecuinseh. Mrs. Miller,
the wife of the murdered man, was in
this city Thursday last, for the purpose,
ro understand, of employing counsel
to prosecute her brother foi killing her
husband. .She was questioned regard
ing the particulars of the tragical event
that made her a widow. She said
Kiiui, with her husband and herself,
had been to Tecuinseh through the
day, and went home together in the
evening. Heady and Miller, each of
them, had a revolver, and on the roajl
homo they had them out shooting and
handling them in a careless manner.
The men had some unpleasant con
troversy. Heady in some way got pos
session of Miller's pistol, and refused
to give it up when demanded; this led
to further quarreling, and to a scullle,
in which Heady hit Miller on the head
with a bottle. Nothing serious occur
red then however, and Miller and
his wife went on to Ileady's hotisef
where they were staying for the night,
calculating to start tor ilrownville next
morning. Heady remained outside
the house, refusing to go in until 'Mrs.
Miller went to the door and asked him
to "come in,"thnt Walker was ail rigid
now, not angry, and had gone to bed.
Heady lefiHod.for awhile, but finally
rushed into the house with a drawn
pistol, boisterously cursing, threaten
ing, and'llourishing his weapon. Mis.
Miller threw her arms around him,
begging him to desist and put away
his pistol. Miller then got up,'a scullle
ensued, Heady told his sister, who still
had hold of him. to get out of the way
for he was going to shoot. She seeing
tlio danger sprang back, the pistol was
fired at that instant.and Miller fell shot
through the' body, and died within fif
teen minutes. Heady, as soon as he
had done his most blood work left the
house and went over to Smartville.
where the ollicers found anil arrested
lia in. Miller told his wife, to go for a
doctor, that he was going to die, and
she iinmediarely started and went to
Tecuinseh, told of the trouble, and had
a warrant at once issued for her broth
We stated last week that Heady killed
Miller in defense of his sister. Wo
had heard none of the particulars of
the matter at that time and based our
statement on a rumor and a prevailing
belief amongst those best acquainted
wi.h all the p-irties, that that was the
cause of the homicide. This belief had
a foundation. Some ten days ago Mil
ler was in Iirownville, and while un
der the intluencc of strong drink spoke
pretty freely his mind onj a certain
matter. He and the man who killed
him but recently returned here from
Dead wood, where they had been for
probably two years.leaving their wives'
in this neighborhood. Miller said to
several of his acquaintances that he
had evidence that his wife had played
him false while ho was gone, and that
lie intended to kill her. To one man
hero he said: "When you go to Lincoln
call at the penitentiary and see me, for
I expect to be there or in hell before
While there it not tlio least doubt
that Miller talked in that way to sev
eral of our citizens, who told us about
it but a few days ago, it would seem
from Mrs. Miller's story of the circum
stances immediately connected with
the tragedy, and her apparent determi
nation to prosecute the slayer of her
husband, brother though he is,, that
everything was lovely between her
and her huslmnd, or that she had at
least as yet no great fear of him. It
also appears from Miller's talk and
threats at the time above stated that
he had no love for the Heady boys,
and that a bitter family lend existed
amongst them, which needed only the
stimulating iniluence of whisky to pre
cipitate death and misery upon tlio
Heady did not try to escape, wo learn,
and claims that he did the killing in
self defenso. Hut his sister's testi
mony will hang him or send him up
for life, if she tells the same story in
court that she does elsewhere. Tlio
verdict of the coroner's jury was that
the killing was premeditated and fel
onious. The Courier and Post are strug.
gllng manfully to get up a quarrol bo
tweou Calvert and Sheridan.
The main line of the 11. & M. will
reach I'awneo City within 60 days.
Is now at a loss so know where to store the immense stock'
at is arriving. This stock consists of all kinds of goods suitable
tnat is arriving
for the trade, and contains many
Novelties in Dress G
and owing to the short crop I am determined to make prices soj
low that it will be to the interest of all to give me their trade
By so doing
I Guarantee to Sae Yon Money.
We will take pleasure in showing goods and giving prices to
all who will favor us with a call, that you may see and be con
vinced. Very Truly Yours,
The attention of the citizens of
Ilrownville ami icinity is called to the
meat market of
at Body's old stand. Kverything per
taining to the shop is neat and clean;
meat is.kept sweet and nice in the ice
closet, cuts to suit customers 'are
Imudsdmclyiuadc by expert butchers,
and everybody is promptly waited upon.
The choicest beet and other meats al
ways on hand. Try the city meat
Mrs. K.J. Monaiian, of Maryville,
Mo., will visit Ilrownville Sept. irth
and remain three days. She will atop
at the Union House wheie she will
be prepared to treat all tonus of eye
disease successfully. I lor treatment is a
permanent cure for Granulated Kyo
Lids and all forms of iullammatiouof
Is hereby given that I will examine
all persons who may desire to offer
themselves as candidate for teachers
of the primary or common schools of
this county, at the Court House, in
Ilrownville on the llrst Saturday in
each mouth. Philip Crothcr,
'2 i-tf Co-Superintendeit.
"WIhp lh ii mocker, mill Miong drink In
rnnliiK." Tiikr l'uiciii.Y Asu Hittkkn. It Is
not it t)tvcni;i'. luit a ii-mcly for all 111
olIi'otNof ltd excess of IntoxloutlllK Htlmil
limlH, Don't taken drink liuforo break flint
"Juki to wake you up," bpeuusp you feel ho
stupid and languid. You aie sure to feel
woi'M' us soon ns the ell'ect wears oil". Tiiku
11 Itllir Wino Kllissof 1'IIICKI.V Ahl! HlTTKItS.
1 1 will billllen yon up lor the whole day.
s Paid for Wheat.
The Jthjhest market price
paid for j ami icicat at Glen
JO. UVDOAHTA CO,
Now don't you forgot it.
(iet alight i tinning Domestic
And be glad ou have bought it.
For sale at Wliittemore's, No 02,
Main St., ilrownville, Neb. 'lti-'Jw.
IV u ii tori.
Jly a gentleman and wife, two or
three good rooms, in house with anoth
er family, with or without board. Ap
ply at this oilice.
A big new lot of tea, fresh from
New York, just received at Nickell's
Drug Store, and ho is soiling it very
Highest market price paid by D. M,
Douglas & Co.
Hest Hread in Hrownvillo at the
Bakery of Aaron Palmer always
fresh and clean. Give him a trial.
Dr. Collins, Dentist, is absent from
his oilice in Ilrownville on Wednes
days and Fridays only.
Fresh Bread, pies and cakes at
ways on hand at A. Palmer's.
The elegant White Sewing M
tfiitit for sale by T. F. Seaton.
New supply of nice cakoa and
pies at Aaron l'alnior's.
oods and Trimmi
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I.ISTATK Ol' WYMAN KKNT drrenspd.
Ill In tliii County Court of NpiiiuIih Ciitiie'
ty Xehriiku. In Mm matter of ulliiwliig thu
fltutl iiiliiiliiUlrutlon account of Jhiiipk K.
Ni'iil tidniliilntriitor of Hie t-ntate of Wyman
Kent deceased. Notice li hereby cl on llmt
ipmlier Ullli, A. I).. 18X1, M la o'clock A.
M.,it llieotllcu of the County Judue of N'u
inaba County, Nebraska, In Iliownvlllo.
Nebraska, lifts been axed In the- ciiuit nn
Hip 1 1 tno nnd place for exiuiiintiibr and
allowing mild account, when and wIiptp nil
persons Intorusted May appear nnd contrst
DiittMl August 18th, 1881.
Notice of I'i-o hi ClitiiitK.
I 7 STAT K of WnllPf Welch, deceased. In
1j the County Court of Npiniilm County,
Nebraska, Notice Is hpri'liy iIvpi thatSpp
tPtnber I7th, October Uth, 18S1, and April Hth
IHVj.ui, 10 o'clock u. in., of each day, at the
olllcp of tlio countyJuilKP of Nemaha county,
Nebraska, In Ilrownville. Nebraska, huve
been llxed by the court iisthe time nnd place
when and wherp all persons who have
I'lalniK.iind demands against said deceased
can ha p the same examined, adjusted, and
allowed. All claims not present ud at the Insi
mentioned date will bo foru'ver Imrrod, by
order of thn coutt ,
Dated August l!L'tld, 88l,
10-lw JOHNS. 81 IM,U
Ni:maiia Co. XKiutAaiCA, Aug., 118,1831.
To 1). Nell Heirs:
You are hoipiiy untitled thftt tho following
described real estatn viz:
" I he southwest quarter of thn southwftst
Uarter ot section thirty-one IttlJ town four
1 1 not tb of rnnwe seventeen I7J cant, poii
iiinilug Inrty acres" situated III XrinnliH
County Nebraska taxed In tho nauipof thn
Npir Hplrs nnd was on tho 8th day of
November, 1.S7U sold for the delinquent tnxea
ol lh"8 auiountliiK to tlirre and (H liM) dollars
also lot t ixes paid tor the year 187U amount
1 ni; to seven dollars and that tho tlmu
lor the tcdpinptloi of thn inlil properly
I above described from such tux sale will hx
I pile at the end of threo months from tho
i scrvlco of this notice.
FIIANCIS M. DAIUEY.
Owner of said ceitlllciHe, oy agent, S. A.
NOTIOK Is hprohy Kivon ttint liliU will
I ip reeel veil up to noon of Tuesday, tho
Ith day of October, 1881, for the publication
of tlip'proeiedlui;s and leal nottcen of tltu
Count Commissioners court.
Hy order of tho board, August 'iud, 1RS1.
The liokknl leserves Hip rlnht to reject joijr
or ull bid.
U-4w Co. dork.
Bain wagons are selling very fast.
Call on Stevenson & Cross if you want
a number one wagon.
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JO. O,. Dovcl.
Always on Hand
Flour, Teas and Coffee,!
Willi n full lino of.
Canned Goods & Confectionery.
Also, tlio very bebt
Cigars and Tobaccos.;
Sunt of Pontofllco, Iirnwtw
i).Twn Doors I
B. BELL ANDREWS, M. D.f (
lVcmalia City, IVcb.
CuIIk in the Country Promptly Altcnd-
ed, ddi or niijht.
QIM5CIAL ATTENTION kIvpii to Mirftlpftli
011pimik of wointin mid Nurtpnl (llseasfH
if tlip e. p. f.
7r l'HtluntH from itlirond nn bo furiilslietl
with iilcuMunt rooms nnd nccoinmudiillons.
LEVI JOHNSON, PROPRIETOR,
WKMAHA CITY NEB., f
CoutrikUy lncatoil ; Good furo, mid no trim. I
tilo npuipd to miikp Kiiosts oonilortuble
Good burn for liorseM mid
IQMM 8 MIJVI&M
Nemaha City, Nob., 1
.J. 13. XlliJES,
LIVERY AND FEED SATBLE. '
Good btiBKloH nnd horses, clmrgpu reus- j
otmblo. llPHt of enre taken of triinslpnt stoclc
.vjv.T.fAi nrr, v:,
l'or your Agricultural ImplemontH, goto
DAVID A. MORTON,
i- nfit-4 Tb jvl a in
' i- m Ji Wt3MM.2&r &
Madoand ropolrod k well ni can bo done
iw'iy whom, and alHliort tiollou
AXJ) rXKY JiJlASOyUIiLX TJSJiMS,
Pnrm and Hprlus WRuons. Snlkv 1'inwu
rrliiK 1'lown. Corn riimteru. Hurroui.
iers, MownrH, CultlvutorH, Corn SliellerH
me ijohs Toni?uptcks uuiliviuor.
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