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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1882)
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OLDEST PAPER IN THE STATE
CALVERT, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1882.
VOL. 26, NO. 49.
II. 13 It 0 AD Y.
Attornojr kid Ooumtlor at liiiw.
. ATTOHSHfl T LAW.
Slof ContyJudK, BrownrlllB, Nebra.sk.
A S. HOLLADAY,
i-. Physician, Mnrgeon, Obitctrlelnta,
adQMed In list. Located In nrownvltlelSAJ.
0c,4l Mftln Mraet, Brownvllle, Nb.
bTfTwest, m. d
I hy Hi dan and Surgeon,
OFFICE. Nickell & Shurts' Drug Store,
D. J. WOOD,
COItODEN L. SWAItTZ, M. .,
Physician and Surgeon,
Bedford, Nemaha Co., Nebr.
G. W. CORNELL,
JLTTOIWJEJ AT JLA1K
OFFICE. One door North of the Nemaha
County Dank. Will practice in all the Court,
and attend to Collection..
J. B. BERGER,
Contractor & Builder,
Work Promptly attended to and Satltfaction
JOHN S. MINICK,
Nemaha City, Neb.
K J. M. FOWLER,
Justice of the Peace and
Real Estate Agent,
larSpocial attention given to collec
tions. Ofllce for the present with
tho Couuiek, 27yl
Dr. A. Oppermann,
Physician and Surgeon,
Hat been located in Nemaha County since
1868. Strict attention paid to all ACUTE and
CHRONIC DISEASES. Affliction, of the
Ear and Eye Skillfully Treated.
Jl-Artific'u) eye. always on hand tog
Suit any sixe or color. Calls at
tended to day or night.
OFFICE Northwest corner Court and Second
RESIDENCE Southwest corner Main and id
Streets, SHERIDAN, NEB. 2oyi
MARLATT & KING,
Dry Good, QrocorlM, Ready Mario Clothing,
Bootu, flhoee. Hats, Capn, and o Oonnrnl An
aerttuont of Drugs and Patent Modlolnes.
Fonoe posta and wood always on hand for
&. Highest prloea paid for batter and
ASPlNWAZiL., It BBRA8KA,
F. W. Samuelson, D. J. Wood,
Nemaha County Bank,
Does a General Banking;
Particular Attention Giv
Monev Loaned on Avnrov
Exchange on all parts of
U. S. find Europe,
FARM FOR SALE!
All fenced; 70 acres under cultiration, balanc
good pastureand hay land, A new, well finished,
story and a hal house, good bara aad ether con
veniences; 30 ncrci & tiuibar.
Living running stock water; orchard with 70
bearing apple trees; near grift milt, school house
and church. For further particulars call on un
dersigned at the farm, one mile from Nimaha
I. Ik Osborn,
G. W. Tayloi
Osbobn & Taylor,
Counselors at Law.
Calvert and Brownville.
PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FED
Sfecial atteatUa givea t collection, and salt f
Notice to Farmers
The undorslgnod has for unto the
Woll known to be the host, which he will
ell cheaper than the cheapest.
Farmers, Call and See.
Armstrong & Scott,
LIVERY & FEED STABLE
GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE
SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR
Horses boarded by tho day or week
and Farmers' teams fed and cared
for at Reasonable Rates.
1UTHOBIZKD HY THK D. H. OOVEIIKMENT
First National Bank
BXfcO W NVILL Ii3
Paifl-np Capital, $50,000
iuthorixed " 5001000
18 FIlKPAnttJJTO TRANBACT A'
General Banking Busbies.
BUY AND HELL
COIN A; OUBRENOY DRAFTS
n all tha principal elite, oftha
United States and Europe
On approved security only. Tim Drafti dUoount
ed, and ipeclal aceommodtloni uranted to depo.lt
n. Osaleriln GOVERNMENT BONDS,
STATE, COUNTY & CITY SECURITIES
Re-eetred payableondsraand.and INTEREST a
o wad on ilraertlflcte ofdepo.lt,
DIREOTORB.-Wm.T. Dan, B. M. Bailer, M.A
llandley, Frank II. Johason, Lather Hoadley
JOHN L. CARSON,
A. R. D A. VIS0N, Cathtar.
J, C. Uclf Anourow, Aast'Cashler..
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N E of S E 30 5 13
S W 30 5 13160
W i S E 30 5 13
In Washington pre
cinct. S W N E 35 4sl2
40 acres, in Benton
Lots in Calvert.
Lots in Calvert.
Church Howe & Son
S. W. TAIRBROTHER 00., Pror-rUton.
CALVKRT, : : NEBRASKA.
8uCIPTt0f 92. Ptn YtAH IN AoVANCf.
Eatos of Advertising)
Local Notice., first week, to cent, per line
eachiubiequent week, 5 cent, per line.
Display local., I J centi per line,
Admtiiementi on local page, 50 cent, per
inch per week.
Miscellaneous ad. 50 cents perinch per month.
Legal ads at legal rates.
J. W. Kbrns.
Can noil goodB at Boyiu & Fisher's.
Call at Aaron Palmer's for fresh
ALFALFA overlaBtlng clovor
cod for siilo hy H. Ottona.
Thorn wan froat on' the morning of
tho 22d, but it did no harm.
Quito a party of ourcitizona will at
tho circus at Tecumsoh Friday.
Extt.t copies of The Advkutiskii
at A. W. Nickoll'a, Brownvllle.
Insure your llfo in tho Centennial
Mutual Llfo Association of Iowa.
Visit Dillon, Croan & Co.'s drug
store for low prices in everything.
School books and all miscellan
eous books at KickoH's drug store.
C. S. Hotchkiss, of Johnson, paid
Tine Adtkktihkk a pleasant visit last
Mrs. Simmons' business house in
Brownvllle was torn down last week
to remove it' out to South Auburn.
Dress Goods in great profusion at
Devin & Fisher's. Lawns, Piquets,
and Hue Worsteds at remarkably low
Devin & Fisher aro on hand with a
tins stock of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Notions. Don't
fall to call and examine their stock.
James P. Henry, publisher of the
Weston Farm and Home, Atchison,
Kansas, spent a part of last week in
Auburn, looking aftor tho interests of
L. L. Hulburd, Esq., Btarted for Col
orado Monday morning last. Hid des
tination is Pitkin, a famous mining
town in Gunnison county. May Lee
strike it rich.
Thos. Richards, "Regulator," has
ordered another car load of thoso
famous Buckeye Harvesters and Bind
ers. They aro tho most comploto ma
Our advortlBlng has got to be so ox
tensive that we havo not much room
for anything else, hence, aftor this
woek, wo will Issuo two pages extra,
making our paper ton pages instead of
On Monday, June fith, Dr. Messier,
of Falls City, will be at tho resldonco
of Prof. J. R. Dye, whoro he will at
tend to all parties dosiring dental work.
He visits South Auburn Juno 0-7;
North Auburn, Juno 8-0.
Buokoyo Table Rako Binder and
Mower Is known all over the world as
being the loading machine It is a
front cut, and tho rake is detached
from tho reel. Can govern the rake so
as to make any sized bundle.
Your attention Is directed to Mr. .9.
Welch's card, which appears In another
column. If you need anything
in tho furniture lino, you can find just
what you want at this establishment,
and at prices that will suit you.
The rivor is washing away the bot
tom now on the Missouri sldo, opposite
Brownvllle, on a magnlflcont scale, and
Scott City Ib threatened to bo swept en
tirely away. The largest homo in
town was sold a few days ago for $50,
and torn down.
Tho Nemaha Valley Mill, for
merly known as "Allen's," now ownod
by Mr. Joseph Curtis, is located on tho
Little Nemaha river, four miles from
Auburn. It has no uuperior in the
west as to location, improved machin
ery, and the excellence of tho Hour it
turns out. Mr. Curtis has one of tho
best millers In tho country, and wo
know by actual experience that flour
bearing the brand, of the Nemaha Val
ley Mill Is not oxcollod by any in tjils
Undo Jiminlo Glndor's now dwelling
is looming up.
Try Homowood & Shj iter's flour
popular with ovory family and you
will havo no otlior.
Mrs. E. J. Monahan, who has such
mtrvolous success in treating soro
oyes, will bo in Nomaha City on Mon
day, Juno 10th, to administer to thoso
who want to bo cured. Sho will Rtop
at Crhn's boarding house. Romorabor
tho timo and place.
J. G. P. Hlldebrand, traveling cor
respondent of tho St. Joseph Oazettc,
and an old friend of tho junior of The
Advertiser, spent Friday night in
this city. Hildobratid is a jolly good
fellow and one of tho very best trav
eling nowspapor men in the west. Wo
wish him success.
Business mon aro woll sorved by Tiie
Adveutisek. It radiates from tho
center to tho circumferenco of Nomaha
county, with a very largo subscription
list, going to evory neighborhood and
postofllco. Thoro aro very fow fami
lies In tho county that do not eithor
road or hoar of everything pinillshed
in The Adveiitiseh.
The Tocumseh Torchlight saya Shor
Itlan and Calvert were dubbed Auburn
"from tho fact that a largo number of
red hoadod women dwoll in 'Bwcot Au
burn I loveliest village of tho plain I"'
That will do protty woll, Al. If a real
witty editor can't got off something
cutoln 1700 terriblo offorts, why, he
had bettor suspend in that lino and try
his hand on poetry.
A farmer starting for Brownvllle
last woek for a largo bill of furniture
for his new houso came into Auburn,
and, learning of the splendid stock just
boing displayed by Mr. Welch, mado
his purdhaso. The big stocks of Au
burn, are a great benefit to tho people,
an the above instance illustrates. That
man got what ho wanted at reasonable
prices, and saved travollng a round
trip of 25 in 11 oo.
For Sale or Rent.
Tho business houso at IIowo station
now usod for tho postofllco. Posses
sion given July 1st, 1882.
40w4 D. M. Mourns.
Sweet Potato PlnnfN at Fur
nan Farm, Brownvllle, No
branka. VnoIcnn Fright.
To worry about any Livor, Kld'noy
or Urinary trouble, especially Brlght'a
Diseaso or Diabetes, as Hop Bitters
never fails of a euro whero a euro is
poBsiblo. Wo know this.
It is invented a porfect Daisy. It's
the Buckeye Cord Binder, now on ''ex
hibition at Calvort. Adoine: Give no
order, and buy no machine, until you
have Been all kinds for salo by tho
"Regulator," Thos. Richards. Tho
Buckoyo Harvester and Blndor gota
away with any maohlno OYor yet put
on tho markot.
Lace Remnants at
McGee & Moore's.
Notice of Dissolution.
Notlco Is hereby givon that the part
nership heretofore existing botweon
Horbort Willson and W. W. Harmon,
under tho Arm naino of Willson &
Harmon is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent, W. W. Harmon retiring
and Herbert Willson assuming all
debts and liabilities, and is to receive
all accounts and monies duo said Arm.
W. W. Hahmon.
Fine line of ladies'
slippers at J. L. Mc
Gee s, Brownville,
Dr. G. H. Collins, Dentist,
Visits tho following placos in tho fol
lowing order, each month;
Brownville, Iflt to 7th. j
Nemaha City, 8th and 0th,
South Auburn, 10th, 11th and 12th.
Brock, 13th, Mth and 25th.
If you wlah to save money, and your
teeth, hold your dontal work for Dr. G,
II. Collins. " 40-tf
Boston baked beans
at J. L. McGee's,
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