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ESTABLISHED 1856. I
Oldest Paper la the State
T II. DROADY,
t Attaraejr tail Oauuieler nt Lw,
w ATTOnWKTS AT IjAW.
me of Couatf Jndfs, BrownTllls, Nebraska.
A S. HO LL AD AY,
lL Physician, 8arton, Ob.tatriotan.
Graduated tu 1831. Located In Ilrownvllle 168.
fflce.ll Main street, UrovrnYllla, Neb.
jw.g fB s"b n ,
BIjAOKRMITII AND HOIlSfS AIlORn
Workdone toordor and satisfaction guaranteed
First street, between Main and Atlantic Drown
a. A. OsnoitN, Notary Pnliltc, a. V. Tayloh.
OSIIOKIV ft. TAYLOR,
Attornoys and Counsellors at Law,
T)lt ACTIOE In the State, and Fodorol courta,
A.L Special attention given to oollootlonsund
anles of ronl estate
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
CUHTOJI WOItlC madeto order, and (Us ntwnr
guaranteed. IlepalrlnK neatly and promptly done
bhop, No. 27 Main Htrect. Brownvllle.Neb.
) M. BAILEY,
BIlIPPKIl AND DKALKIt IN
Farmers, ploase cnll Mid got prices ; I want
10 linndlo your stock.
OHlc'e First National Hunk.
ItIAUI.ATT &. IC,IiG,
Dry OooJh, Orocorlpa.ltendy Mado Clothlnu,
BootK, SIiol'h. UntH, Cujih, and a General Ah
Hortmont of Drills and Putont Mcdlclnen.
tSu Highest prlocri paid for butter nnd
EIGHT i PER CENT.
I will ninke Mortgage Loans
ON APPROVED FARM SECURITY, AT
8 i CS. Annual Interest.
0. J. STOWELL,
A Attorney at Law,
Sheridan, Neb. 2i3
KineKnsllHli, Troncli, Scotch nnd Fancy Cloths
VostlnijM, Ktc, Ktc. '
ESTABLISHED IN 1856.
William. H Hoover.
Doob a general Ronl Estato Uuelnoss. Soils
Lands on Commission, examines Titles,
makes DeodB, Mortgages, nnd nil InHtru
ments pertaining to tlio transfer of Roal Es
tate Han a
Oomplete Abstraot of Titles
to all Heal Estato In Nemaha County.
Al'TIIOHIZDI) BY THE U. K. HOVKHNMKNT
-First National Bank
J3R,0 W N VIL1L, hi
Paid-up Capital, $50,000
Authorized " 500,000
is pbbpabicoto tbanhact a
General Banking Busines.
BUY AND SELL
COIN ; OUERENOY DRAFTS
n all the principal cities of the
United States and Europe
On apurered security only. Time Drafts dlsoouut
ed, and hphcUI accommodations granted to deposit
w. Doalersln GOVKHNUKNT BONDH,
STATE, COUNTY & CITY SECURITIES
ItaoeUM payablo on demand, and INTEBEHTal
lowed on tlmucbrtlOcates of deposit.
IlinKOTOIUI.-Wm.T. Den, fl. M. Bailey. M.A
Haudley, Prank K. Johnson, Luther Koadley
JOIIN L. CAUSON, .
A. B. DAVIHOW, Cashier. Freetdeat
.0. Me ITAUaUTOS. AsiI.OmbIw,
I. O. Xocl.
Always on Hand
Flour, Teas and Coffee,
With a full lino of
Canned Goods & Confectionery.
Also, tho very boat
49,. Two Doors Eiwt of Postolllce, Drown
W. E. O'PELT,
Opposit Lumber Yard, Main St.
Special Accommodations for
Horses boarded by the day
and Farmers' teams fed and
at fair rales.
How Lost, How Restored!
Jint pnbltMu'd.n new edition of Dr. CiilVorl
woll'a Celulirnted I'.xmiy on thi radical ourn of
Hpormntorrlidcnor nominal Weaktifus. Involun
tary seniliiul Losses, Impotonoy Mental and
Physical Incapacity, Impediments to marrlatm
to.: also. Conhi'mi'tion' KiMMcrarnnd Kith, In
duced by HelMridillgencu or auxtunl oxtmvuRani'R,
The colpbrntpd author. In this lulmtrnblo Ksay,
clenrly demonstrates, from n thirty y-arV suc
ccvttiil prnctlui), thattho alarmliiK conBon,mnc(-N((
splf-ahnsc mny be radically cured- pointing out
a modoof euro al nneoNlmplii, curtain, and effect
ual, oy means 01 wmun every smiierer.
what Ills condition may lie, may euro himself
cheanh nrlvutelv.and radically.
WJft-Thls I.eclurosnould bo In the hands of every
youth nnd every man In tho Innd.
Heut under seal, In a plain envelope, to any ad
drew, post-paid, on receipt of nix cents, or two
postimo stamps. V- luiv iiIhii h auro cure
for Tiipn Worm. Address
THE CULV3RV7SLL MEDICAL CO.,
II AnnSt.,NiHV Vorli, N. Y. P.O. Btix,.1.1Sli.
STEEL BOILER FERRY.
N E W B 0 A T.
Rates Lo w, Camps S7t ady,
Connects with all Trains.
Iff CONSTANT DEMAND.
A BTAPIiK AUTICfiB. HKI.IJNO KOUKVEH IH
AGENTS WANTED f romomlior
tlmtwo otr?r ttieiii tlio I.OWKHT P1UCEH,
tho Rreateat varloty, and bent toruiN; oatllt
only 60 contH, Hhowlng EIGHT dlrToront
styfeb and prices, Including now Parallel
KdlMon willi hotu ui.u Anw xir.w vkh
BIONS SIDE HY HIDE for
Address Thk UEVI9ION V
fit Louis, Mo.
BROWNYILLE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, OCT, 6, 1881,
Tho following is amonRst the Wiush
ington teloRrams. Probably tho dream
of .some lliijlity politician:
lloport coinos from Xow York that
Arthur lias tendered a place in his cabi
net to .Judge Lapham, tlu new Senator
from Now York. This would leave to
Gov, t'ornt'll an opportunity to call a
special session to elect a senator, open
ing a way for Conkling.
Tho Democratic press, and some of
the other kind -tho half and half sort
like tho Chicago Tribune niu much
afraid that President Arthur will not
"follow tho lino of policy marked out
by bis predecessor." And the most
worrying thing, to hear their rack
et, is tho dread that Dlalno will go out
1 of tho cabinet. Wo would like to know
what JMaino has over done for the
Democrats that they should profess
I such lovo for him. As Secretary Blaine's
record for tho past twenty years shows
him to be a radical Republican, and
that ho has hit Democracy on every
occasion he has had, and often making
occasions to got in lit avy licks, wo con
clude that Deinocriicy has no lovo
whatever for him, and that they have
no other interest in tho matter than
tho engendering of strifo and division
in tho Republican party. As to any
political action President Arthur may
contemplate, be certainly will not seek
advice in the Democratic party. And
it may bo depended on that ho will do
whatever bo can to unito factions
against tho "common onoiny" and build
up the Republican party. And 'tis said
that ho is no slouch in the political
From all but tho most stalwart of
tho stalwart papers that are already
bogining to arise foreboding questions
as to wliat tho policy of tho president
will bo, as to bis ability to do what be
may desire, and bis intention to por
fotm what tho peoplo may desire;
whether bo will follow in that just
course which it has been bolieved was
planned by that predecessor whom tho
nation laments, or whether, casting
gradually from him, as ho fools more
assured of his followingthoso bumper
ing bonds of public opinion which may
impedo tho freo course of his inclina
tion, ho will not bring upon the coun
try and civil sorvico all those scandal
ous spectacles which woro tho shatno of
tho era of '(18-70. -St. Joe Uazdtv.
ThoGuzette is sliirhtlv off. Tho civil
SerVICO WasilOVOr before morn thorotll'll-
ly regarded than during tho "era of '08
70." Had tho Gazette referred to "the
shame of the era" of Jbichanan and tho
eight provious years of Democratic rule,
thoro might bo somo point to its re
marks. Tho Gazette draws on its im
agination for something to say about
"foreboding questions as to what the
policy of the President will be," as con
cerns the Republican party. Presi
dent Arthur is a Republican, tried and
true. Tho futuro of the party is to a
great extent dependent upon his course,
a fact that ho well knows; and being
patriotic, honest and capablo desiring
the best interests of tho nation over
which ho has been called to presido,
and knowing thoso interests will bo
best subserved by a continuance of tho
Republican party in power, he will
do nothing to disrupt it, but overs -thing
to bring together discordant ele
ments, cement thorn, and make the,
party strong. And wo have bis letter
of acceptance. If ho curries out so far
as is in his power the policy thoreln
foreshadowed, and upon which tho
peoplo accepted him, he will bo closo
onougb that "just course which it has
been believed was planned by that
predecessor whom tho nation laments,"
to suit tho party that elected him.
And this ho is certain to do. IIo will
fostortho present sound financial basis
pf tho govornmont; punish star route
and othorthiovos; protect tho frontier
from savages as far as ho can with tho
littlo insignillcant army loft him by
tho Democratic Congress; do his duty
within tho limits of tho law to socuro
freo and fair elections in all tho States
and especially in tho south where for
tho past fifteen years tho democracy
have in no instanco allowod a freo ex
pression at tho ballot box. The'so, and
many other propor things promised by
Oarfiold.oxpccted of Arthur, nro doubt
less thocauso of the "forebodings" that
disturb tho Democracy.
Wo glean as follows from tho Calvert
Tho terrific windstorm Inst Friday
blow down Mr. Kite's now building,
14 x no, noarly finished. It falling
against the drug storo of Dillon, Croan,
& Co. damaged tho drug building con
siderably. Our follow citizen, J. F.
Livingston, being in tho demolished
house at the timo, ho happened to bo
borne down between two timbers, that
Baved him from being crushed to death.
He was but little hurt. Oeorgo Fab
linger's new store room, 24 x 80 was
moved (J inches on its foundation
not badly damaged. Mr. Salisbury's
block, 72 x 80 feet was considerably
damaged. Mr. Swartz stablo was
was blown clear of its foundation
leaving his horses standing unharmed
out in tho rain. Mr. Tonny of Shoridan,
had a SO foot addition to his store, two
HLorios high, torn to atoms, and a num
ber of small buildings woro blown over.
Tho grading on tho railroad between
hero and Johnson Station will bo com
pleted in a short timo.
The Catholics held religious services
at their church site Sunday. A largo
number of peoplo were present.
Miss Lou Tucker has gono to Shen
andoah, Iowa, where sho has engaged
to teach during tho present school year.
Shenandoah is fortunato in having se
cured tho services of such an able in
structor. Church IIowo and Mr, Xixon have
purchased the Sago and WiUon farms,
and will lay out an addition to Sheridan
that will reduce tho distance between
tho two towns nearly a half mile.
These gentlemen seem determined that
Sheridan and Calvert shall grow to
gether. Tho Grant correspondent of tho
Con rier says: "I can assuro you that
tho advent of tho M. P. has Increased
tho value of our real estato greatly,
Since tho first settlement of the boaut'i
ful prairies of this section of the coun
try, there has boon a felt want for mar
ket facilities, and it certainly is not
out of place for us to rejoice becauso
tho want will soon bo supplied."
MissFannio Arnold promises togivo
a musical entertainment at Calvert
somo timo in November.
Wo find tho following as an advor
qlsomontr in tho State Journal, yet as it
is of interest to our readers, and to
schools, lawyers and scholars, wo give
it in our columns:
WUllSTEIt'S IWAHKIDOKI) MOTIONAKY.
is used by thiscourt as tho standard. ILk
definitions aro relied on with tho ut
most confidence in construing tlio
tho constitution and laws of
State, as well as in tho construction
of instruments affecting the rights or
liberty of tho citizen. It is necessary
that those speaking tho English lan
guage should have a common standard
in spelling, pronunciation, and dollning,
in order that tho language may possess
unity and cortainty, and bo freed from
provincialisms, and in our opinion tho
dictionary in question is a most effi
cient agency to produce this result.
(Signed,) Samitki. Maxwkm.,
(iKO. R. Laki:,
Judges of tho Suprouie court of Ne
braska, In allusion to tho above tho Journal
In another column will bo found a
certificate signed by tho judges of tho
btato of Nebraska to the fact that Web
ster's unabridged dictionary is used by
the court as tho standard, and giving
reasons thorofor. Tho supremo courts of
Illinois and Iowa mako similar declara
tions, and tho London Quarterly lie
cii'W declares it so elaborate and entiio
that it is "tho best practicol English
dictionary oxtant." In view of the
opinion of tho supromo court thoro can
hardly bo a question as to tlio propriety
of our educational authorities making
Webster's tho standard dictionary of
Ilon.S. J. Lowis, tho readjuster can
candidate for Lieutenant Governor of
Virginia, recently assorted whilo in
Washington that Mahono will find no
more embarrassment in voting on the
organization of tlio Somite than ho did
at tho las', session, and is not tho man
to shirk responsibility of any kind. IIo
claims that readjuster success is cer
tain, and tlio legislature will bo largely
readjuster' securing tho election of an
anti-bourbon U. S, Sonator.
Dr. T. W. Hodgons, a dentist, of
Pitkin, Col., after a mysterious disap
pearance of somo wooks, was found
dead in the woods near tho town, lie
was much addicted to drunkenness.
Itoports based upon actual thrashing
place tho whoat crop of Michigan at
18,000,000 busliols, and tho yiold of
corn at flO,roo,000 busliols.
VOL, 26, NO. 16.
LW J HJ.'HSSMBSm
Tho town of Camden, Schuyler, Co.,
III., was recently destroyed by a wind
storm. Kvery houso in tho town but
one was blown down. Ono woman
was killed and many porsona seriously
A tornado 80 rods wido near Wan
tonia, Wis., swept clear its track, of
bouses, barns, trees, fences, etc. Tho
monster was about 0 miles long.
At Madison, Neb., 20th tilt, a torna
do destroyed 30 buildings. Two child
ren were killed. Stanton Is reported
as being noarly as badly damaged as
In tho vicinity of Emporia, Kansas,
on tho 21) tho storm did terrible work
devastating tho country and killing n
number of people.
Tho storm last Friday did immeiiBO
damage at Nebraska City, to houses
and forests. A boy named Anderson,
herding cattlo for Senator Van Wyck,
a few miles from the city, took ref ago
in an old shed which was blown down
and hi was killed. Dunbar was also
considerably shaken up.
It is a dillloult matter for tompcr
anco principles to prevail when church
mombers givo their names and other
wise assist in establishing saloons.
Such members disgrace the church to
which they belong, and any church
that tolerates such mombers brings
Itself into disrepute. They dhould be "
kicked out, iustanter.
Saloons and good society, good mor
als, purity of life, to say nothing of
Christianity.are as directly antagonistic
as heaven and bell.
Just think of a professed adherent of
tho teachings of tho Savior of tho world
favoring tho establishing of saloons,
murdor mills, pitfalls, for tlio destruc
tion of their neighbors. Ah, not only
favoring but performing acts and doodH
to bring thorn into existence. Such aro
serving tho devil instoad of tho Lord.
And tho church discipline that winka
at Mich flagrant outrage on tho chris
tian common law that pervades Chris
tendom and is accepted by infidel as
well us orthox, justly and properly
brings thoir church into contempt, de
rision, scorn. Tho church, so far as
ovort acts are concerned, is supposed
to bo an oxamnlo for tho woi Idling, and
not the converse.
The Garfield Family at tho "Whito Eoubo,
Of tho domestic life of tlio Garfielda
at tho whito house, tho veteimi Hon
Porloy Pooro writes to the Rostou
Journal as follows:
Tho short time that tho Gai fields
occupied tho whito house before the
assassination was a continued scene of
domestic enjoyment. "Grandma" Gar
field bad, uijtil she returned to Mentor,
an honored place at tho family table,
at her son's right hand, anil was always
waited on first, whoever olse might bo
present. On tlio other side of tho Pres
ident sat Jamie, who was his father's,
pot. Harry, the oldest boy, always sat
next his mother, and thon Miss Mollio,
who is approaching womanhood, Irwin
and little A brain, who is but nine
years of age. Mis. Garfield is a be
liever in good fare, and thoro was
always an abundanco of wholesome,
nutritious food, with good coffee, toa
and milk. Flowers from tho conserv
atory adorned the table at every meal.
After dinner President Garfield used
to indulge in a game of billiards, hav
ing promptly restored to its place tho
billiard table bai.ished by Mr. Hayes.
Occasionally ho would indulge in a
cigar, and lie was not averse to a glass
of champagne or Rhino wine, or lager
beer, although ho drank temperately
and without hvpocracy. lie liked as
night came on to take a gallop on horse
back, and ho was a fearless rider. Rut
he has been snatched rudely from this
scone of political triumph and domestic
At Columbus, Ohio, two years ago, ,
when General Garfield, in a public
speech was acknowledging tho honor
of his election to the United States
Senate, ho alluded to the votes that had
been cast for him by Democrats, and
said: "Tho fiowors of sweetest fra
grance aro thoso that bloom across
party walls," and of those llowers will
bo woven somo of tho sweetest garlands
that will dock his grave. Tho party
walls aro down to-day. There are no
Republicans, no Democrats; all aro
mourners. Inter Ocean.
Tlio Pall Mall Gazette, London, says,
with reference to President Garfield's
death: "A communion of sorrows
unites the ocean sundered members of
tho English raco to-day more closely
than It has ever been united Binco
Tho election this year comos on
Tuesday, November 8th.
King Kalakaua is in Washington,
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