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For first elaas grocorita 611 on
T. III. J0H6.
-- Extra ropiat of tlia AuvmwisvM
a I. A. W. NlckcuTg.
Fresh Urond, pins and enkos at
ways on hand at A. Pnlmor'H.
l'k Elegant Light Running Whito Sew
ing Kiwhino for sale by T. 1 Sealon,
Tho editor of tlir- Pout my thcj
will support tlio Itftptibllcan ticket.
Why do thoy not do so? It's awful
thin support limy afford so far.
II Is rmnorod that tho .Sheridan
I'wtt offered to come out and stippmt
Kleckncr for fifloen dollars. But
Kleckner refused, thinking tho price
About fourteen dollnrH and sevonly-llvo
ewits tto much. The shKiiiT'i head
wits lovol (hut limo.
-wJneksouVCoinmon Kunse Idnlinent
is ft poslttvo euro for the following dis
ease: Tender feet, eoilln Joint, mme
nSB, soro breast, sore shoulder, con
tracted hoofs, scratches, rheumatism,
sweeny, strains, bruise, barb wlro in
juries, and ul! other ailment requiring
an oxlnrnul application. For salo by
J. If. I lit U CI'.
Wo saw n saloon sign staggering
on tho street hisl .Sunday morning, It
was covered with mud, hat breeches
and coal. II looked in if it had just
waked up and crawled out of a gutter,
and it suid it was "d in dry." Misera
ble sign, and miHerablo business that
lu.'lkuK such signs possible.
It takes u fool lo ask questions.
Tho follow, "Sllgo," of tho Past fills the
1)111. fcligo is grieved becnuno ho had to
pay lib coi.bi for his dinner when lie
attended tho Republican convention,
nnd wants lo break up tlio convention
busintHW. Sligo ban u .sore head, it's a
bad ease, and will doubtless take him
off into the Democratic party, where
ho ought to be, and where his fitness
for oftlco may be appreciated. 1 1 is tal
ents have, never been appreciated by
tho Republican party and never ought
lo ho. IIo has been a candidate several
times, but tho delegates "didn't seo it,"
mid he didn't got any votes. Migo was
shocked because tho factions in the
convention did not get into a dlsgrnee
ful squabble, but proforred harmony.
Hligo. wo should infor. is an ass at best,
lie has no desire for tho success of the
itopttblican ticket, and Republican edi
tors who permit themselves to be used
in an attempt, though feeble it may lie,
to lnjuro the party ticket, as Sligo uses
those of the Pott, in tho midst of a
campaign, and without tlio ability to
answer and squelch him, aro much
lacking in good sense, or wanting in
fldolliy lo tho party.
Tho mongrel convention hold at
SUpi'ldnn last Monday was said to have
boon, a, very small affair; so much so
that no one not half crazy for an olllee
would stoop to accepting a place on a
ticket mtolo In such a way and by such
n crowd. A gentleman who was out.
there a Democrat too, by tho way
said it wan u huge, affair, sarcastically
olinohing his remarks by saying that
"nil of tho precincts wero represented
but olghl." A few men, a mixture of
old true blue bourbon Democrats,
and n few disappointed olllee seekers,
bolters, sore-heads, of tho Republican
party. The former thore with two ob
jects in view - to do anything to split
tho Republican party and porclnnce
rim u Democrat into the clerk's oilico
earing nothing for the bulanco of the
ticket. Tho latter there as willing
tools of tho Democracy in thoir evil de
signs on (he Republican party. That
was a swoot scented crowd bourbons,
Horohoiuls. malcontents, from four or
tlve of the precincts, assuming to speak
for "the pi-ople." wrangling, quarreling,
all day, afraid to trust each other. oor
tho anticipated spoils of oilico. and
dually dolh ering themselves as follows :
Alox. MoKlnney, for Treasurer; a man
by tho name of W. G, Tate, forMherilT;
Joo Docker for Clerk, Swopo for Rep
resentative and one Urnor for Com
missioner. Three Democrats, Docker,
Graver and Suope, and two bolting
soreheads, all to bo sacrificed, traded
us opportunity otters, to boost Docker!
This is their programme, as already an
nounced. Messrs. McKlnney and Tate,
who bolt their party nominees, to help
Dnuion at ic scheming, and seek salvo of
Di'iii.ieiuiic doctors, will find them,
sulves bielfy sold out, and realize oro
ng that thoy have nmdo tho worst
iwilako ot their political lives.
V bemad I wa Blind I now Soo.
I take tills method of publicly ac
knowledging iny gratitude to Mrs. Dr.
Monahan for tho great good .lic hits
doneme;and wiiliH hope of directing
others who hare suffered tho torments
of chionlc "sore eyes" wheio they may
reecho u like benefit. I suffered for
two years with granulated sore eyes,
during which time I was so nearly
blind that I could not see to rend, anil
it was with diflif-ully that I could oven
walk about. Various doctors treated
my eyes, but with no bcnollcinl results.
On the 1 5th of hist .Inly Mrs Monahan
took t he case, and lo day my eyes aro
well, and I can see to road as well as
most elderly gentlemen can, ami to at
tend to my affairs as well as ever 1
could. My eyes are free from redness
and pain and I verily believe they aro
permanently cuied. I say these tilings
for I he good female doctor through a
grateful feeling, been use they are true.
Urownville, Oct. 20th.
(iKOUOK II. Swa.n.
I huvo recnived the agency for A. If.
Andrew & Co. 'a school furniture of al
kinds. .Samples at my furnlturo storo,
W. A. Jt.'DKIN.
Tho Republican: Sheriff.
Kiutok Ai)VKUTisi:u - Having heard
f Jeorge B. Moore say thai tlio Republi
can candidate "is adrunkitrd," and us he
is doubtless peddling the infamous lie lo
fvorybody with whom he talks. 1
desire to sav most cmtuiat cal v tint
Geo. 15. Moore is u willul and umfit:ioiis
liar. The Republican candidate for
SherilT, I kuow, of my own personal
knowledge to be a sober, temperate, in
dustrious man. I know also that he
unur trft.s a ftrtniliovd in eonipmison
to some of the candidates, one at least,
on the mongrel ticket. . Some ten or
(lift eun years ago .John Gulp occasionally
got on a spree with his young friends,
but henever laid around Brownvilleor
an) other town month alter month
soaked full of whisky. .John
Culp has not taken a drink of whisky
in ten years, and those who say to the
contrary are simply slandering a good
citizen. The Ativisiitiskk's first no
tice ot Mr. Culp was in every particu
lar the exact truth. .Jihtidk.
n bool ImiftH .ind all miscellan
eous books nt Nlckell's drugstore.
D. T. Smith will sell vou n Piano
or Organ as cheap as tho next oiw
Call and got prices. 17-lf
Best bread in Brown vMle nt tho
Bakery of Anion Rainier always fresh
and cieau. (jive mm a trial.
Dr. Collins, Dentist, Is absent from
his oflleo in Brown villo on Wednes
days and Fridays only.
--Married, Sunday 23d inst. at the
residence of l he biide, by Kid. Charles
Rowe, Mr. Cyrus Henderson and Miss
Mollie Argnbright. Wo eoiigrufuluto
you "(.'hub," and wish you much joy,
Tke boss flour Is made by
Henry Shiffer al Home
wood's. Call for Gold Coin.
There woie delegates olectod from
all the precincts but eight, to the mon
grel convention - there being thirteen
iu the couuty. Wasn't that a huge
affair --waanl It liefty?"
"Vou seriously do not expect to
bent Bousflcld V" was the query put to
a bourbon mongrel. '"Well, no," he
answered, "about all wo expect, is to
elect Docker that's ull 1 caro for at
Call for Homewood's
flour. Trtj U and you'll
use no other.
Republicans, read your tickets,
before voting. The game of deception
and trickery was begun by the Demo
crats' in calling a mongrel convention,
having refused to call n straight con
vention, and lhe will circulate bogus
tickets and continue to resort to nil
means howover unfair, to got a vote
for their favorite candidate.
(Jen. I'latin-. A. Wnlkcr. uperui
lendent of tlio census, has resigned
The sulwcriptlons to the (Inrfleld
monument fund now amounts lo about
At McKlnney Station, Ky., Oct. lOlh
five men were killed by r enr collision
caused by tho engineer being drunk.
Hound travels at the rate of 1,1-10 feet
per second in the air, 4,000 in the wa
ter, 11,000 in casl iron, 17,000 in steel,
and 18,000 In glass.
Tho prices of horses are constantly
dropping. A nag that would have
brought readily $100 six months ago, is
now sold for about 50. s 'lute Journal.
On Oct. 10th, Ben Mitchell, deputy
sheriff of Ken County, Cal., while pro
tecting a prisonor, was uttacled by a
drunken mob. He killed one of his
associates and was himself killed.
(Jen. (iranl on u recent visit to
Washington took occasion lo say, "Hie
talk about Grunt orantl Grant Repub
licans ought to be obsolete; that he
had thoroughly determined never to ho
a candidate fur Hie presidency again."
Whnt Grant says he means.
Highest market price paid by I). E.
Douglas & Co.
--There wero a few men got togeth
er !u ouch of tho Jive jtrerlwt? out of
the thirteen, mid hold caucuses choos
ing delegates to tho mongrel conven
tion. In eight precincts there wero no
expression by the people or any of tho
people. And such was the outfit
who met in the alleged "people's con
vention." Think of this: The dear
people of Nemaha County was repre
sented from Brownville by George
hanuoii, 1). II. Mehuughihi, Ruf Rain
oy and Mr. Kleckner, and no more, ex
cept George li. Moore who trotted
around at tho heals of tho others smell
ing for the pepper. Comment is un
necessary. PUBLIC SALS,
I will offer to the highest bidder, at
Sheridan (Nixon's Pasture,), ou Thurs
day, November :id, at 10 o'clock u. m.,
Ml lend of Cattle, consisting of Cows
and Calves, also I, a and li-your old
steers and Heifers.
TKKMK: Six months time, without
interest; notes to he signed by tuo re
sponsible parties, payable at First Na
tional Bank when due.
BKN B. IIOADLF.Y.
Davidson Ri.astkus, Auctioneer.
By special icquest of my friends I
hereby iiinnince my self as an indepen
dent candidate for Couuty Clerk nt the
ensuing election promising if elected to
discharge tho dutiea of the otllce to the
nest or my ability and u have the
work of the otllce done correctly and
for the bust interests of the citizens of
Very llospeotfully Yours,
E. II. Wilcox.
Is hereby given that I will examine
all persons who may desiro to otter
themselves us candidates for teachers
of tho primary or common schools of
this count)', at the Court IIouso, in
Browirdllo on the llrst Saturday in
each month Philip Ckotiikk,
ai-tf Co. Superintendent.
Mrs. E. J. Monahan, of Maryille,
Mo., will visit liiownville Nov. 15th
and remain three days. She will slop
at the Union House where alio Will bo
prepared to trent a) forms of eye dis
ease s successffinvr. tier treatment is a
permanent cure1 for granulated eye lids
and all forms of lnllaiuumiiou of the
The Union Hdtel.
The body of an unknown man has
been found hanging in the woods near
Independence, and It is suppo.-ed that
ho whs a detective who was hunting for
tho train robers, and met the same fato
that poor Wltchor did several years
ago.- tforA port Jmnnal.
The present politeness of the Chica
go Tribune to Riesident Arthur re
minds oud of the old table of the lly
and the Ox. "Lighting on his horn" he
rode for some distance, when he po
litely lemarked to tho ox, "If mylfart5,
weignt oppresses you, I will get off."
"I did not know you wero there," re
plied tho ox. Mount a horn, .Joseph,
and kcop your seat. A few lly specks,
morw or less, won't alarm people, -a-ttr
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
Good hugKlw and liorsm, olimns ,
Otmnlc. Ht's.;of cure tnken of trniiNlutitNtocn
11" HTT A
-JS JL. j
Madn nnd repaired ns well as oun fop don
siiywliorrt, on nhorl notice, and
17-7r? V Ji BASON A li L IS T Eli Ms.
LEVI JOHNSON, PROPRIETOR.
NEMAHA CITY NEB.,
Cetitrnlly Inrivti'd; flood fur, and tin I cm,
ltii HiiHft'ri ti iiihKc uncut coiiifortafoli'
flood Imrn for Imrsi-R nnd
Jh arffcti JCcnsonablc.
For your AKrldilturnl Implement, goto
DAVID A. MORTON,
Farm nnd Spring Wkkoiik, Sulky piowi
Htlrrlntf 1'lDWn, Corn I'lunlerH, ilurmu-n
UeuperN, Mowers. CiiitlvatorN, Corn HIiHIit
nnd the f?os ToiibuuIush Cultivator.
Tho Omaha Itepublfmn Bonslbly
romarks: "In towns where a nowspa
peris published, every business man
iihoiilt! mhertise in it. if "it is nothing
moretlnn a card giving his name ami
tho kind of business ho is engaged in.
It lets peoph' nt a distance know that
tha town is full of business men. Th
paper finds its way into thousands of
places where handbills cannot' ronch.
A card in n paper is a travollliiK sign
hoard, ami can bu soen bv ovory rQiulor,
"Think of this."
"We would respect fully Inform tho
ladies of Urownville and vicinity that
wo are prepared to do dmssinakiiiK at
our residence corner of fifth and At
lantic streets, (old Jim l)yo resilience.)
yolleif u share of your patronage, and
will tako grout prldo In giving now
styles nntl good work.
Ma. Y. A. Cook,
Ib Rrowliin in public favor. Com
mercial men aro learning that at the
Tnion is the best place to stop for good
fare and cordial accommodations. The
increasing custom and demand for firht
cIiism furtj, has made it necessary for the
I'nion to take an tin gindo stop. It
bus recently been refurnished aixl
otherwise improved. Best table, best
beds, best everything, und only tW.OO a
Wo are still making and selling our
patent bed springs. They are superior
to any bed spring made, and will lust a
O.K. DOUGLAS & CO.
Tho li. A M. having sold the most
of their town lots in W.unoro. have lo
cated a depot at Ulne Springs. This
should hen warning to those who are
investing money in Calvert on the
strongth of tho H. & M. promises.
Tho above is (mother of the Pont a
malicious foLhooils. We ar? author
ized by an oflleur of the H, & M. It. H.
company to state that their company
does not do any business whaleuT at
liluo Springs, iuvo no depot thine -not
even a platlonn, and that they propon
to stand by Calvert through thick and
Cash Paid for Wheat.
The h iff test marhet tritu !
jHiitl or food wheat (tt Wen
List of Lottors
Iiomaining in tho postofilce at Hrown-
villo, Nebraska, for week ending
October 22l, last:
Cook, W. A. C. Overman. X.
Dnvis, .J. K. Pollock, (ieo.
Harms, Toiyo. Holller. Francis.
Kuhu. Win. A. Stout, James.
Moulton.AIrs. J. H. West, Fannie L. 3
t Overmtum, Nowoll.
Tersons calling for any of the above
will please say ulioertiml.
Oflleo hours' -On. m. to 8 ji. m. Sun
days, from l) to 10 n. m.
T, 0. K.U'KISH, V. M.
Crrv or Mexico, Oct. 22. The Gar
field memorial fund was organized by
Gov. Foriiandes ni.d family. The coun
cil was the most impressivo ever held
in Mexico, and the iitteiidanee was ex
tremely large. The llumuhcn Minim,
representing the city, said: "The city
of Mexico lays a crown of laurels on
the tomb of the virtuous citi.en and
statesman, James A . Garfield, and ex
presses its profound sympathy for his
widow and orphans."
A Telegram of tho 22 says: A dele
gation of Southern Kepubhenris, rep
senting t,even of tho states, headed by
(iov. Hawkins, oi Tennessee, called up
on the President this afternoon. They
requested him to place In his cabinet
JO UN 8. MINICK,
UllfHK flU iOi
I'Tomalia City, Nub.
B. BELL ANDREWS. HI. D.,
Nomaha City, Nelirnskn.
Calls in tin Country Promptly Attvml
erf, day or niyht.
QPKCIAL ATTENl'IOX Klvon tosurKl-.:
J itlHtMiicos ot women nnd hurulcal uimmv
of tin -ye.
ua.l'uliuntH from nhromi oan bo fuuiNiK .1
win. plousuiit rootiib und ncPoinniadatUni-.
Tim follow tug iiiinud pcrsouH, suppoHrd i,,
bu tueowuerh ol.ur uliilmaiHeiul liii.j.st iv
liio resptctivo irautH or pimolh of IjuhI ...t
oppoMlti) tbcir nitnieH, nun all otlni j vr.u.
..... (, i iii.niiitiK ituy 1 1 till I or llil.Ti vf 111
requested mm to place In his cabinet oi i,V;uiy,;7hu lunJ ,X,o Ui TX k :"
some true representatives or southern pum-H" i lun.i, are in.r..i,y iiuiiutii lAii,,
republicanism, and to select for federal ! r",.Ut' utt 'i1", i,,';'0,Vl ! ituiiway li.iu
ollicers men of the same class. They I H? W0dbSS?.H o'oiiirtlTin J
claimed that fmirsouthern states eun be
wrested from the Democrats before
:K8- if proper recognition is given to
faithful republicans. These were said
to bo Tennessee, Virginia. North Caro
lina and Florida. They did not name
any one for tho cabinet, but would bn
well uutislieil with Gen. Longstivot.
The President heard them with atten
tion, and thanked them for their call.
He said he would remember their
wishes, but gavo them no assurance of
...ma), n i fr i .iimi .
uiid UhIiik in tho county of Neiimtni, si.itc
01 ounoun, ucbcriut'il as lollowa, to-w it :
C K llobbs, )
O L MHtllioWS.'f
U W Muniford,
I A liuDiier,
j J Mvdttirii,
' .M Lf .Moil
Uohorlpt, a. t. Jt.
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M U Moorc,
U L Uoiierly,
11 L Uui.l,
A o Evans,
U W Virion,
J O K-rn.
M Blclio ontnto,
W H )lliulua'
A O EvniiH,
h 1 KcycH.
J W Clarl;,
Prof. King, with his big balloon, and
his companion voyager, Prof. Hashagen
of the signal service, started on their
aerial voyagufrom Chicago on the 13th,
and landed in Wisconsin next day
about sixty-five miles from Milvntiki.
, , . ; .loan a rnyipr, ISKbWqr
ill a dense pine swamp wilderness on i ,t1j'1coJneLaU(1Uoi.ENW(
the Flambeau river. They took pro- I'liwnhTLiua c-oi ,&yu&
visions to do them only about twenty
four hours, and for live days wore with
out food, oxcept some berries, and a
porcupine which they killed on the
fourth day, which they ato with a rel
ish, without bread or salt. Thoy flnallv
came to a woodman's cabin said wero ' y "ai'mrd. i
convoyed to Chippewa Falls, on the ! w N Vwi,' S
gist, wnere tliey could communicate
by telegraph their safety to tbcir
very nusioiui friends. We can't seo the
fun of traveling by balloon, and would
prefer a phaeton.
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for hale liy a.i iVrstvliuij 4UVr tVJOur ." -L
iyrloi,h,, of TM.it1 Woil Kfuuiny u.ll..l fiwi
MICA MAWltr,iPviiPiun n.n
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lying wist of tho Hlxiit
All of suid land
I rinolDul xrortHno
oi;.i, ,m , U "."' ",l of Hn,a l'rtli?H, ownors or
toTwW' ,." fc"k' nnttor noaonlitiK
j'Hww, on or twroro tlio HilU .y 0f Ooiolit-i.
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