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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1882)
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0LDE8T PAPER IN THE STATE.
AUBURN, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1882.
VOL, 26, NO. 52.
HOLLADAY cfe EBERLY,
Have Just Keceived
ifZ everything that pertains to the Drug Business. We propose to compete with
any firm in the County. Call and see us, and be convinced.
Physician's Prescriptions and family Receipts carefully prepared.
J. B. KELSEY P.'p, STAilN,
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
And otters lt Services to tho
Citizens of Auburn
For tho transaction of any HusInesB Id
tho lino of
33 a ii Is: i ii a .
f, II. 1$ KOADY,
v i Attorney nml Counselor at Jbitw,
II row n VI Hi-.Nob
T S. STULL,
y; attohjiicvs at i.av.
OiTlceof CouHtjr Judga, Drownvllle, Nebraska.
A iS. HOLLADAY',
tV JL,lylolin, Surgeon, Obstetrician.
druduatod In 18H. I.ocnted In Brown vllle ISM.
OfHce,4l MMn streot.Hrownvlllo, Ieb.
A B- F. WEST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFICE. Nickell & Shurts Drue Store.
COKODHN L. SWAKTZ, M. I).,
Physician and Surgeon,
Bedford, Nemaha Co., Nobr.
D. J. WOOD,
G. W. CORNELL,
JITTOIUVKY JiT Ij.i IP,
OFFICE. One door North of the Nemh
County Dank. Will practice in all the Courts
and attend to Collection).
J. B. BERGER,
Contractor 8r Builder,
4 Calvert, Nebraska.
Work Promptly attended to and Satlifaction
JOHN 8. MINICK,
Noiuaha City, Neb.
Mnde and repaired an well ns enn b done
uaywliere, on short notloc, and
VERY REASON ABLE TERMS.
IVcnmlm City, ZVobr.
G. W. FAIRBROTHER, SR.
Will pay attention to
And Land Agenoy Business.
And talclnjr Depositions, ninnk Deeds.
MorlunBeB.nndullBortHor blunlcH on hand,
SUCOESBOBS TO 3. H. MADDY.
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an Immense Stock of Drugs, Stationery,
HOLLADAY & EBERLY,
J. M. FOWLER,
Justice of the Peace anilj
Real Estate Agent,
ISSpecIal attention given to oollec
tioiiH. Oillco for tho present with
tho Coi'itnjn. 27yl
Dr. A. Oppormann,
Physician and Surgeon,
Hat been located in Nemaha County since
1 868. Strict attention paid to all ACUTE and
CHRONIC DISEASES. Afflictions of the
Ear and Eye Skillfully Treated.
SOT Artificial eyes always brt hand to"Tj$8
Suit any size or color. Calls at
tended to day or night.
OFFICE Northwest corner Court and Second
RESIDENCE Southwest corner Main and sd
Streets, SHERIDAN, NEB. aoyi
I. W. SKILLMAN, PROPRIETOR.
This popular house has boon reiontly
oponed.and travelers will ihul
every appointment first-class.
MARLATT & KING,
Dry Goods, Clrocories.nondy Mado Olothlm',
Hoots, Shoes, lints. Cup's nnd u General Ar
uorttnent of Drugs and Patent Medicines.
Fence pots and wood always on hand for
3u Highest prloes paid for butter and
8. A. Osborn,
U. W. Tayloi
Osbobn & Taylor,
Counselors at Law.
Calvert d Brownville.
PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FED
Special attention gie to collections and sale of
WANTKD, AKonts. Startling ns thu
pages or rotmuino from ttio lowest
depths of slnvory to n ponltlon hiiioiil' tho
flMt In the lnnd. "Llfo and Tlmm" of
wrttton by hlmsolf; 18 fullpBuollIustrntlons;
price 8H.W). Outrlvnls Unalo Tom's Cabin''
in thrilling iind romantlo lutorosi, with the
ndded otmrm that ovezy word Ii truo. A
marvelous story most Brnphlcnlly told and
of Kreut, historical value. This volumnwill
bo onBorly Bought for by the hundrndM of
thousands who havo watohrd the jemurka
ble career and havo been thrilled by tho olo.
quenco of this wonderful man. Tho work
gives an account of many tntervlowsl with
prominent men and narrates many anno
dotes concerning thorn unknown to thegen
ernl pnbUo. It Abounds In many graceful
touches both of wjl and eloquence.
...' "? ls ""i10 ,l 'oinarkttble man that peoplo
lllto to rend about him, and no wondor." -Doston
"It Is ns Inspiring as n poom1-Wornnn'B
"No iitranger story has boon, or over will
bo, told." Floston Advortlser,
"It Is a more absorbing talo than any crea
tion of notion." Troy N. Y.) Times.
"Destined ton wldosaIe."-Hartford Cour-
"The whole story Is exceedingly well told "
Itoohestur Demnerat. Aildress J. H. Ooon.
MAN A Co., Chicago. III.
North Auburn, Nebr.
ESTABLISHED INT 18 S8
o l r id s x
Real Estate Agency
William EC. Hoover.
Does n genernl Heal RNtatolliislucHs. Solid
L.andH on CommlsHlon, oxnmlnes Titles,
in nit es Deeds, Mortgages, nnd all Instru
ments pertaining to the tra tinor of Heal Es
tate, Has n
Oomploto Abstraot of Titles
10 nil Ileal ICstnto In Nomahn County.
Tho undersigned has for salt th
Woll known to bo the bout, whloh he will
soil oheapor than thu cheapest.
Farmers, Call and See.
HITIKHtlZEl) UY TIIK U. h. (I0VKUN.MK5T
First National Bank
rto w rsrviLLE
PaltUiip Capital, $50,000
Authorized " 500,000
18 PUKHAKK.V TO TltANHACT A
General Banking Busines,
COIN & GUKKENOY DRAFTS
a all the principal cities nrtli
United States and Europe
On approved security only. Tlra Drnns discount
d, nnd kiircIbI nccoinnuxlntlnniirrantctd to depoolt
rs. Deulersln QOVKHNMKNT 110NDH,
STATE, COUNTY & CITY SECURITIES
Received pytjleoritforaanl,an (NTKUKBT a
owed on tluncirttncatusordeioili.
DntK(rrons.-Vin.T7lrn. a, M. llalley. M.A
Handley. Krauk K. Johuson, Lutlior Jloadley
JOHN L. CAKSON,
V'A'-w AVIKON, Cashier. PrMldflnt.
J, C. MC.NAtiOHTo.v, .Vmt'Ca.ilitr..
ir1 w,.,l,nn ('reol tho recolpe for n Blmple
Vt'Ketablo Uttn that will romovo tan, freolc
es, panploi mid blntuliut, loavln tho hUIii
hort, clear and bonutlfiil; nlso liisiructloriH
for pioduolni? a luxuriant rowth of hair on
a ba d head or snooth face. Address Inclos
fit K Jn'y11' "on. VaudulfACo., 12 Barclay
Th odvertlsor havlriR been pormnnontly
oured of that dread disease. Consumption, by
a simplo remedy, Is anxious to rnnko known
to his fellow sufrerors the the moatiB of euro
Jo all who deslro It, ho will send n copy of
tho proscription used, (free of chargo.) with
mo directions for prepnrln nd usInK tho
some, whloh they will ilnd a sure enre for
cpuKhs, colds, consumption, asthma, bron
Slni et0, 1urtes wishing the proscription
ll1 ?,.'iV:?.!",(1r?',,, nov- Wilson, 101 i-enn
stroot, WltllamsburKh, N. Y.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A gojitlornan who uir,irel for years from
nervous debility, premature decay, and all
thoofTects of youthful Indiscretion, will for
thosakoofBuirurlnu humanity, Bond freo to
all who need It, tho reolpo and direction for
tnalUnB tho simple remedy by which ho was
curod. HufTerers wishing to profit by tho ad
yortleer s oxperleno can do so by addressing
... ,... v,v.,..,igm, uijii.- i. u(jdi:n.
ii Cedar street, Now York.
&& Entered at the poitofTice at South Au
burn, Nebraska, as Second Class matter.
Tho town of Pocnhontns, Ark., waft
destroyed by fire lust week.
Tho wlicjtt of southeast Missouri Is
said to bo very flno, and tho yield iiu
nionso. Harvest tliero began last
The Oregon election took place Tues
day of last week. The entire IloimliH
I'un tickot wiih elected, and tho legisla
ture Is liopublican.
During a recent storm in Southamp
ton county, Va., houses were demolish
ed and crops ruined. Hailstones fell
that woro a foot lony and weighed a
pound and a half.
Tho fifteenth annual session of tho
Nebraska Sunday School Association
will be held at Columbus, Juno 20, 21
and 22, All Sunday School workers in
thoStato are invitod to bo present.
On motion of Senator Logan, tho
army appropriation bill was amended,
allowing 3100,000 for tho erection of
an army and navy hospital at Hot
Springs, Arkansas. Logan is always
thinking of somothing for tho good of
Last week Miss Mary Hess, of IClm
wood. Cass county, died suddenly, ah
inquost developed tho fact that hor
death was caused by an abortion per
formed upon tho unfortunate young
woman by parties in tho city of Lin
coln to tho jurors unknown.
A prominent Maino Republican says
tho truo reason why Mr. Maine de
clines to bo a candidate, for congress
man at large is his tjpuht of success.,
Main id a close state theso times; and
he darn nut risk defeat, for if that
should ho tho result.it Would; most ef
fectually shelve him as a politician and
candidate. Ho would bo proof then
even against lightning. Jimmy has
been tolerably safe for some time, as
regards presidential lightning.
Mr. IIowo fails to explain how any
man should think of asking him to go
to railroad men with a demand for
bribe money. Uramjtr.
Why should Mr. IIowo oxplain, whon
no man did think as anybody knows
of, of asking him to go to railroad men
with a demand for bribe money? Who
was it that thought of doing that? Of
courso the Grmvjcr can't tell, because
thoro was not a word of testimony,
during the late Ilobborts investigation,
that could possibly bo construed in any
such manner, and tho attack on Mr.
IIowo is a snoaking, dirty lie by infer
ence, after tho usual stylo of the sneak
that edits that paper. Wo refer to tjio
matter, in justice to Mr. IIowo, as we
notice tho Ike and other venomous in
sects quoto tho (Jran;cr's items with
out commont whon thoy know at tho
same time they aro manufactured lies.
Tho Calvert (formorly Urowiiville)
AnvKiniNKit defends John L. Carson
from having sold out his position as
Regent for support for Governor wo
aro now inclined to think justly. Hut,
characteristically, it does not do so
without throwing out some vory un
handsome and unequally unjust insin
uations about somebody else. Does
such potty personal spite do either Mr.
Carson or tho editor any wood V unless
tho editor's mako up is such that ho
feels good after having done an tin
handsome thing. HdstlnysNtibmskan.
Tho editor of tiio Nebraskan had no
reason, unless it was the ono wo gave
tho measurement of Mr. Carson by
himself for conveying tho impression
to his readers that Mr. Carson had
"sold out to becomo Governor," and do
ing so was most unwarrantedly slan
dering him. Therefore wo "fool good"
and always do -In doing the hand
some thing of chastising a reckless
slanderer. Mr. Williams is old enough
In years and experience, one would
think, not to need to bo cautioned as
to whom hoattompts to bespatter with
Lis mud, because thoro aro really hon
est men in tho world after all, Hqw
ovor, wo fully appreciate tho manliness
of our cotomponwy in acknowledging
ovon an inclination to think tho An
vkutisku's defense of Mr. Carson just.
This mobtintf In Lincoln will bo com-.
nnsM nf Vnlltlint'll'M Iipqi. Iilmi t-mriirrf.
(loss of party, whoso sole and only aim
i win uu luruuiiKU wiu grasping monopo
lies, now playing havoc against tho lib-'
ertifiS of tho peoplo. Tmtmseh Torch',
Wo can't soo It. It may bo that oun
intellectual vision is so clouded that
wo aro utterly unable to recognize
u single '"havoo agallist the liberties of
tlj' people." llowuver this may bo wo,
havo such reliance upon our own judg
ment uud ability to understand "what's
Uli," that we most positively deny that
thoro Is any such "havoc." Jt is so
easy for editorial fledglings and mature j
demagogues to .cover a great deal of
ground if mero assertions cover any-'
thing and prove nothing. Wo know
this, lion eo an itemized account of
"havocked liberties," would bo moro
convincing. Glvo time, place, ago, etc.
Make it plain. Wo hear constantly of
"grasping monopolies" please show
explicitly where .the grasp comes in,
and tho havoc begins. Wo know Hint
tho "peoplo" get 87.00 for hogs; 87.00
to $0.00 for cattlo; 81.00 for wheat;
00(80o for corn ; and everything olso
thoy havo for Halo at proportionate
rates. We know that the railroads alias
"grasping monopolies" nmkoj these'
prices posslblo, which would bo Impos
sible without thom. Wo know that
whon a railroad traverses a county It
adds to Its intrinsic wealth 8500,000
and augments tho assessment roll at
least 82o;ooo. Wo kuqw that theso
roads enhance tho value of real estato
from ono hundred to flvo hundred pot-
cent. Wo know that thov onon thu
way for and bring Immigration, thrift
and capital and enrich tho people in
Ways too Innumerable to mention. This
statq of affairs is not "now playing
huVoc against the liberties of the peo
ple, is it Wo spo used so much tho
hackneyed phrase, "grasping monopo
HoV'nnd never u witness or a reason
to back It, that wo dopise the term, and
como to the Uxed conclusion that it Is
tho ranting twaddle of a demagogue, or
tho silly echo of a domagoguo the gall
and bitternoss of disappointed, played
out party hacks, like Kosowator, and
such as have not sulllciont discernment
to seo through tho thin disguise of (ho
ass, havo no higher ambition than to
play second llddlo to him, and imagine
it real sharj) to snap parrot like at every
live, enorgotic inan, his stale, thread- ,
haro epithets, "eannor." "inmimuitv
capper" "railroad capper." Come down ,
wuii lacts, instead or assertions, and
say something original to relievo tho
Tito following aro extraots from In
gersoll's recent decoration day oration -in
Now York. Ho began his speech
with theso touching words:
This day issacrod to our heroic dead.
Upon their tombs we havo lovingly
laid tho wealth of spring. This is a
day of memory and tears. A mighty
nation bonds above its honored graves
and pays to noble diiHt the tribute Of
its lovo. Gratitudo is the fairest
tlower, nnd sheds its porfumo Jji the
her. To-day we tell tho history of
our country's lifo, recount tho lofty
deeds of vanished years, tho toil and
sulloring, tho defeats and victories of
heroic men of men who made our na
tion groat and freo.
How pointed and truo is tho Contrast
horo presontod between tho north and
south, just prior to tho war:
Our resources were boundless, and
tho future seomod secure. Tho hardy
pioneers moved to tho great west. Tho
greai plains were crossed, tho moun
tains woro conquered and tho foot of
victorious adventure pressed tho shores
of tho 1'aclllc. In tho great north all
tho streams wont singing to tho sea,
turning wheels and spindles, and cast
ing shuttles back and forth; inventions
woro springing like magic from a
thousand brains. Hut in tho south the
negro tolled unpaid, an mothors wept
while babes were sold ; and at tho auc
tion block husbands and wlvos speech
lessly looked tho last good-bye, Fugi
tives, lighted by tho northern star,
sought liberty on the English oi, and
woro by northorn mon thrust back to
whip and chain.
Ills closing words were:
Thoro Is no languago to oxprcss tho
debt wo owo, tho lovo wo bear to all
tho doad who died for us. Words aro
but barren sounds. We can but stand
beside their graves, and, in tho hush
and silonco fool what apoeoh has never
M- T,ioy fought, thoy tiled, and for'
thellrst timo since man has kept a
record of events, the heavens bent
above and domed a land wlthot a surf,
a servant or a slave.
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