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OLDEST PAPER IN THE 8TATE.1
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Have Just Received
Summer Styles !
a tv TnmriiUVSE
And everything that pertains to the Brag BusinessWe propose to compete with
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ffllitfhlnar Knnnl to UStfttll WorR!
Boats and bhoea of Every Yavfiityl
Ladles' Fine Shoes h Specialty!
Nobby 80ft and Stiff Hats!
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Trunks aad Valises by the Hundred !
HURLBUT, Tecumseh, Nebraska;
T- H. BROADY,
t Attorney ntl Counselor At liavr,
. ATTOIINKVS AT I. AW.
Offlceof County Judge, Brownvllle, NobrwV..
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Aflraauatert In 1851. Looatod In Brownvllle IMS.
ttrtloc,41 Matn street, Brownvllle, Neb.
B. F. WEST,M.D.
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFICE. Nickell & Shurti' Drug Store.
COKODEN L. SWARTZ, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Bedford, Nemaha Co., Nebr.
D. J. WOOD,
G. W. CORNELL,
ATTORJYE1T JIT Xeflf,
OFFICE. One door North of the Nemaha
County Bank. Will practice in all the Courti
and attend to Collections:
Made and repaired as well as oan bo done
naywhere, on short notlco, and
VERY REASONABLE TERMS.
Nemaha City, Ncbr.
Will pay attention to
And Land Agonoy Business.
; Depositions. Blank Deeds,
nd all sorts of blanks on hand,
ESTABLISHED IN 1858
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Real Estate Agency
William Ho Hoover.
Doos a gonoral Real Estate Business, Bolls
Lands on Commission, examines Titles,
makes Deeds, Mortgages, and all Instru
ments portalnlng to tho transfer of Roal Es
tate Has a
Complete Abstraot of Titles
to all Real Estate lu Nemaha County.
gUOOKSgOKg TO . H. HAPPY.
an Immense Stock of Drugs, ationery,
HOLLADAY & EBERjffiNoffh. AufyNebr.
Summer StyEp !
STOCK AT XHE :,
REAL tSTATE AGENCY,'
H. J; F. WERT & 00.
Cn furnish tp with aood Farms, Im
proved and otherwise In Notnaha coun
ty, and vaoant and Improved town lots In
lfcCivJfln.nfirof t)u.4tnba ad rotil"
tun blanks of any dlHorlptlon, Apply at tuo
postuffloe, Calvort, Nobraska.
iiausen lu ouutu Auuuru tui ruui.. vitu iuui .
Dr. A. Oppermann,
Physician and Surgeon,
Hat been located in Nemaha County lince
1868. Strict attention paid to alt ACUTE asd
CHRONIC DISEASES. Afflictions of the
Ear and Eye skillfully Treated.
$grArtiucial eyes always on hand to'jg
Suit any size or color. Calls at
tended to day or night.
OFFICE Northwest corner Court and Second
RESIDENCE Southwest corner Main and ad
Streets, SHERIDAN, NEB. aoyi
I. W. SKILIMAN, PROPRIETOR.
This popular house has boon re :ently
opened.and travelers will llnd
every appointment first-class.
MARLATT & KING,
Dry Goodn, Groceries, Roady Mado Clothing,
Boots, Hhoos. Hats, Caps, and a Qoneral As
sortment of Drugs and Patent Medicines.
Fence posts and wood nlways on hand for
3 Highest prloes paid for butter and
S. A. Osborn,
G. W. Tayloi
Osbobn & Taylor,
Counselors at Law.
Calvert and Brownvillo.
PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FED
Special attention given t. collection! and sale f
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C. VT. PAIRDROTHEn, JR,
BROTHER & CO.
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Hugh McViokor, of Peru, called on
A. W. Nickoll, reliable druggist.
Another heavy rain visited tills 80c
tlon Monday morning.
Frank Reed, one of tho Lincoln
Journal boya, and a good one, too, paid
ub a visit Monday.
How to Save.
All hard worktus aro subject to bil
ious attacks which may end in danger
ous Plncss. Paiker's Ginger Tonic will
keep the kidneys and liver aotlvo, and
by pievonting the atcack save much
sickness loss of time and expense.
Delay ao such times means danger.
Detroit Press. See another column.
Monoy for a Eainy Day,
'Tor six years my daughter was sick
from kidney and o-lier disorders. We
had used up our s;rvings on doctors,
when our domln'e advised us to try
Parker's Ganger lonir-. Four bottles
effected a cure, and t a dollar's worth
haskenfcour famMv woll for over a
year, we have beun able to lay by
money again for aiainy day ."A Poor
Celebration at Brcck.
Tho people of Brock will give a
grand colebratlon on tho Fourth. Tho
following is the progralnmo:
Music by the Glee Club; Prayer by
llov. Jno. Dixon: Declaration of In
dependence, E. Marcollus; Music by
Iho Gloo Club; Oration by Jarrls S.
Church; Juvenile National Chorus, lod
by Mrs. Win. Murr.
Music by tho Glee Clubjspoech by
T.J. Majors ; Juvenile National Chorus,
Mrs. Murr; Speech, J. II. Broady ; Solo,
3 V. M. QUAND 8THEET PAnADE
By tho Brock Fantastic Phantasmago-
IIumpty-Dumpty, Bon. Monop, Antle
Monop, Gin Shang and his cue, Paddy
from Cork and Darkey Jim, etc.
At 0 p. m at Young's Hall, will be
presented tho drama entitled "Tho So-
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JUNE 22, 1882,
Our Visit to Atchison. !
It may please tho readers of Tin:
Advbutisku to hoar about our trip
over tha now railroad and what wo
saw and heard wuilo gouo.
At 7 :50 wo, In company with twenty
others, boarded tho train at North Au
burn. Tho train consisted of five cars,
two of which were filled abovo horo.
Mr. Follows presented us all with a
badgo "Auburn" so If we got drunk
they would know whoro we wore from
and send us homo. Well tho engineer
soetn to bo in a hurry and ho pulled us
up and down tho hills at such a speed
that most of us wanted to got out and
go a foot. Ono moment wo would bo
trying to get out of tho window and
the next to bo pitched into tho seat on
tho npposito sido of tho car. Plug hats
went by tho board when over tlio car
took a lounge that sent our heads
against the coiling. Wp aimed to our
numbors at each depot, such aa had
been elected to have their daylights
Bhook out of them. At last an old
cow took pity on us and damnod up a
out which sont tho engineer's tondor
off on tho ties. This touched his fool
ings and ho stopped and gavo us a rest
on a beautiful hill, covered by blue
grass. Hero we got out and paid our
respocts to the remains of tho cow and
watched tho ungincor got his tender on
the track. Tho Hiawatha band gavo
us some music to occupy our minds bo
wo would not feel how hungry we
were At last wo got to Atchison. They
thought it was tho Fourth of July I
guess, for thoy had tho (lags all over
the city, and all tho niggers in Kancjs
woro on tho platform to wolcomo us.
By tho by, some of the boys caino up
and said thoy wanted to mark us, bo
they tagged us with a red ribbon, Atch
ison's guests. Thoy said this would
tako us anywhere free of charge, thoy
Hod though. I was going to cross tho
hi idgo when a follow hollered for my
faro, I didn't go. I got on a street car
and tho driver would not stir an inch
until I paid my faro. Somo of tho boyo
Baid thoy would not lot them in tho
calaboose, and thoy had to pay at an
other place they wont to. Woll we
tramped up tho stroet, while- they1 kept
tho sldowalks, and then they packed us
llko sardines In what thoy called A.
PoloftOh, Hall, and told us to fill up.
I not eat half what we wanted
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nig iiiu pruiky Hiri tuu.y mm
f, on as. i tinvjic two, pups
two cupq of terf, two glasses
of ice-water and two cups of ice tea in
ordor to liavo tho prettiest ono flpond
all hor time on me. Woll whon wo got
done wo sat back in our chairs and
watched tho protty croaturos for Just
ono hour, (you soo they made us leave
bur wives at homo so wo would not
havo to think somo body was watching
us). During tho hour wo told them
how glad wo was to soo them, how
hungry wo was, how good their dinner
was, how pretty thoy looked, what a
nice rido wo had, and as tho rest of us
had too much conscience to Ho so, wo
gavo tho job out to Lawyer Schoonhoit.
Then as wo never saw a rain storm,
they got somo long pipon and throw
wntor aH hlcrh as thov could and let It
fall down on us. Wo lefr. Then thoy
thought thoy could scaro us, and got
twcnty-flvo soldlors to march up and
down tho street, and later thoy got a
lot of firo-crackers and fire brands and
just lot on us as if thoy was going to
burn us up. Some of tho boys danced
I didn't, 'twas to hot, somo of tho boys
went to tho boor garden, I didn't, I
wasn't dry. Then wo camo home. Wo
got a now engineer. Ho was lazy. Ho
stoppod to rest an hour just to get a
drink. Well we got homo at 6 o'clock.
Tom says if ho danced, ho don't know
It, wo all felt that way.
UNE OF ESI.
Oar New Advertisements.
Read tho following new advertise
ments: Herbert Willson, Agricultural Im
plements, on 10th pago.
Holladay & Eborly, Druggists, on
Star Clothing Houbo, on 1st page.
Bank of Auburn, on 1st page.
G. W. Falrbrother, sr on 1st pago.
II. J. F. Wert & Co., on 1st pago.
Dr. Alfred Crano, on 5th pago.
Sheriff's Salo, on 4th page.
Special Notices, on 8th page.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that tho part
nership heretofore existing botwoen D.
M. Morris and James A. Co woll, known
by tho firm nauio of Morris & Co., in
the grocery and other business was dis
solvedbymutual consent on tho 28th day
of April,1882. All accounts duo tho firm
will be paid to said Cowol, and ho to
pay all indebtedness of said firm,
D. M. Monuis,
May 23, 1882. Jamkh A Cottel.
Aro you suffering from indigestion ?
If bo ask your druggist for a bottlo of
Sherman's Prickly Ash IMttora. Takon
as directed it will euro you. Those
Bitters havo now bean boforo tho pub
lic for a number of years, have boon
thoroughly tried, and give entire satis
VOL. 27, NO. 1.
THE MONEY ItAlSED i
TWO BRASS BANDS ! !
106TH ANNIVERSARY AT AUBURN
BOOMING 1 1
BHOOTINQ AND BALL MAT0HE8.
FHOOKKDINGS OF I. AST MBKTINO.
The adjourned meeting of tho com
mittoo of tho wholo on Fourth of July
arrangement;! met at Samuolson's hall
last Saturday night, Church Howe in
the chair. Tho various subscription
committees were called on and reported
tf'Q following amounts raised:
South Auburn $ 100 00.
North Auburn 8l 00.
Booth Committeo ISO 00.
Total 9-140 00.
All committees reported that more
monoy could bo raised.
Hon. Church Howo reported that ho
hnd heard from authorities of both
roads and that If cars could bo pro
cured tho excursion trains would bo
Programmo committeo reportod that
thoy wore waiting for other committees
to report boforo making up programme.
Ted Huddart of music committee,
reported that ho had contracted with
tho Brownvllle band to play on tho
Fourth for 70. O. J. Stowell of tho
samo committeo reported that ho had
telegraphed tho Hiawatha, Kansas,
band to come for 87S.
On motion both reports yr Qro accept
ed, and $7fl appropriatedfor former
band, 625 for oxpenses of Hiawatha
band, provided $75 could be raised in
dependent of other subscriptions, tho
major part of which was raised then
and there, by D. J. Wood and Willmoro
Committee on flag and staff reported
that thi flnmawouldibo up in tlmo.
Committeo on sports appol'utod it
meeting at tho Holdrego House on
On motion flag committeo woro em
powered to procure two Hags at 88 and
812 respectively, the lattor to bo pre
sented to the precinct sending in tho
largest horso-back delegation, the forni
or to tho noxt largest.
On motion, tho invitation committeo
wore instructed to procure 500 postal
cards, havo them printed, and addressed
to people of tho county inviting them
to bo prosont on the Fourth.
On motion, Messrs. Geo. Morton,
Ben. Coy, C. D. Dundas, Goorgo Arm
strong and Bobt. Bryant were nppoint
od on Callithumpinn procession.
On motion, tho following appropria
tions were mado from tho gonoral fund:
Music 8100 00
Fireworks 100 oo
Flags 25 00
Flag-staff 30 00
Decoration 25 00
Postors 12 70
Shooting and base ball 50 00
Sack races 15 00
Wator, ico, seats, etc 50 00
Postal cards 5 00
Precinct Hags 20 OO
Total 8432 70.
Committees were requested to "get
in their work," and leavo nothing un
done. On motion, the mooting adjourned to.
moot next Saturday night, at North
Auburn school houso.
R. O. Fellows, ) c-..,,
G. W. Fai wmoTHKit, "
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
painting, graining, etc., in a t'nt-class
manner, and at tho following prices:
Two coa, work, 15 cents por yard.
Throe coat work, ? 8 cent3 por yard.
I will do tho work and warrant it
for three years not to oracr scale, or
rub off. Got your painting dono in a
workmanllko manner, by giving me a
call. .John Shiiten.
If You Are Buined.
In health from any causo, osponlally
from tho use of any of the thousand
nostrums that promise so largely, with
long ficticious testimonials, have no
fear. Resort to Hop Bitters at once,
and In a short tlmo you will have tho
most robust and blooming health.
Whon horses and cattle aro spiritless,
scraggy and feoblo thoy need treatment
with Undo Sam'B Condition Powder.
It purifies tho blood. Improves tho ap
petite, cures colds, and dlstoraper, In
vlgoratos tho system and will keop tho
animal In a healthy, hundsomo condl-s