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O. W. FAIRBROTHER, SR. Q. W. FAIROROTHER, JF1,
DEN. F. SANDER8,
BYG. W. FAIRBROTHER & CO.
POST OFFICE HOURS.
From 6:30 a. m.to8 p. m. Sundays, from
11 m, to t p. m. Farmeti and others please
G. W. FAIRBROTHRR,J..P. M.
Persons desiring the popular prescription of the
Ute Dr. Jonas Crane, for Venereal Diseases, can
have the same filled by calling upon
Dr. Alfred Crane,
at his residence, Browr.ville, Nebr. 6-15
A. "V. Nickell, tbo bookseller.
Extia copies of Tub Advektiseh
at. A. W. Niokell's, IJrownvllle.
X Froah Uroiul, plus aid cakes nl
wnys on hand at A. I'alinor'a, lirown
villo. Tlliinir ilanila. nntni. liinrrtrno-na
Utl., LU1 O.IIU iV WIJE1 1lltlyO.
lt .r. o.il.xif ft. la nlllna kS '
Visit Dillon, Croan & C03 drug
itord for low prices in ovorything.
Insure your lifo in tho Contonnial
Mutual Life Association of Iowa.
Dr. Jacques' Gorman Worm Cakes
stand unrivaled as a worm medicine.
Oivo them a trial. Sold by all drug
Unclo Sam's Nerve and Bono Lini
ment is most elllcieut in rheumatism,
bruises, burns, scratches and many oth
er ills incident to man and beast. Sold
by all druggists. 3
Arthur V. Walsh, poot, plasterer and
bricklayer, has taken the contract for
plastering Mr. Clancy's storo room.
"We Qnn assuro Mr. C. that ho will got
a good job of work done, for Arthur
can plaster much hotter than ho can
Judging from tho lice's long IIowol,
our friend Church, of Nemaha, is in
danger of being the choice of the Re
publicans of southeastern Nebraska
for something or other. Keep it bo
fore the people, Mr. Itosewater, and
you'll surely bring it about. Omaha
, The Kansas City Journal having re
marked that it is gonorally accepted
that the proposed prohibition amend
ment in Iowa will bo adopted by a
majority of from 10,000 to 20,000, the
Des Moines Register responds, "Yes,
and much largor."
The premium list for Nebraska's
10th annual fair is published. The
fair opens at Omaha September llth
and continues six days. For a copy of
tho premium list or for any informa
tion about the fair, writo D. II. Wheel
er, tho secretary, at Plattsmouth.
Tho official circular of tho B. & M.
gives notice that the Donver extension
will bo opened for businoss on July 1,
with through trains between Denver
and Chicago, via Hastings and Pacific
Junction, and about August 1st for
through trains between Kansas City
and Donver, via Atchison, Table Bock
and Red Cloud. Omaha Republican.
Mr. Goo. W. Craig, M. P. agent, at
this place, has let tho contract to B. S.
Leeds, for the oroction of a grain ele
vator 24x32 and 50 fot high, with a
capacity of 35 cars of grains. It is to
be supplied with a 15-horso power en
gine, and Falrbank's improved hoppor
scalos, and will bo completed by tho
20th of July. And still tho end is not
Atolophono company has been or
ganized in Auburn. Tho stock is all
taken and a line will bo oroctod at once
to run from tho postofllco of South
Auburn to tho Post office at North Au
burn. This will bo a valuable acquisi
tion to our town, and parties in one
end of the town can converse with tho
other end at a vory small oxponso.
The Postmostor General is authoriz
ed by Congress to furnish to tho pub
lic, at a coit of ono cent each, Includ
ing postage, postal cards of stiff paper,
the same to be provided with a flexible
ilap, or cover, adapted to conceal the
message which may be written on tho
card. The adoption of these cards, it
is thought, will incroase, rather than
diminish tho postal revenues. Inter
' "Tell me about tho crops," said a
loading Chicago merchant to an inquir
ing reporter tho other day," and I'll
tell you about what trado we may ex
pect tho rest of tho year." Quoting
which, the Sioux City Journal says:
"Truly, the ground is tho architect of
all our fortunes. Mother Earth is
queen, and tho farmers aro her roval
ssssSMSMotrfgllPfat s fr4 . sS
Arkwright & Curzon,
Brownville and Calvert,
AND DKALKK3 IN
Largest Stock in the County.
j)1500 por yenr onn bo ohhIIt innde nt
homo working for E O. llldooul & Co., 10
Bnrolriy Street, Now York. 80ml for tliolr
ontuloguo nnd full pnrtlculitrH. 10 ly
The Distinguishing Oharm.
A dulightful fragranco of freshly
gathered (lowers and spices is tho dis
tinguishing charm of Floreston Col
A storo room, 80 feet deep, wit
lar; ready for occupancy. lit t)i
Iness center of South Auburm
Nkmaha Co. Bank.
For Sale or Rent.
Tho business houso at IIowo station
now usod fpr tho postolllco. Posses
sion given July 1st, 1882.
40 w4 D. M. Mokkis.
Money to Loan.
ran (ill choico loans in thM
OsiioitN & Taylok,
Tho beauty and color of tho hair
may be safely regained by using Par
ker's Hair Balsam, which is much ad
mired for its perfumo, cleanliness and
dandru(T eradicating properties.
Linn & Cooper.
Calvert, Neb., are now ready to re
ceive grain of all kinds, for which they
will pay tho highest market price
Call at tlio elevator.
J. f;. GAS It 1 1,1., Isuiagcr.
TAKING THE LEAD.
Tho BUCKEYE CORD BINDER is
tho favorite, every man that has oxam
inod it says is tho "Boss." Go see tho
"Regulator" at Calvert, and ho will
show you some of its line points.
Miss Bollo Gavitt, of Bratton, will
be at tho rosidenco of J. N.Smith, this
city, ono day each weok for tho pur
poso of giving instructions in instru
mental music. Can take a limited
number of pupils. 51ml
Bright' s Disease, Diabotos, Kidney, Liver
or Urinary Diseases.
Have no fear of any of these dis
eases if you use Hop Bitters, as they
will prevent and euro tho worst cases,
ovon when you have been made worso
by some groat puffed up pretended
If You Are Buined.
In health from any causo, especially
from tho use of any of tho thousand
nostrums that promise so largely, with
long ficticious testimonials, have no
fear. Resort to Hop Bitters at once,
and in a short timo you will have tho
most robust and blooming hoalth.
D. J. Wood, cashier of tho Nemaha
County bank of South Auburn, Neb.,
accompanlod by Rev. Mr. Croan, paid
uh a pleasant visit yesterday. Atchison
"Wo know that Joe wore his white
"choker" nock-tie to Atchison, and that
ho was looking exceedingly pious that
morning, but wo did not think ho
would try to palm himself off ai a
Rev. on tho innocent Knusasltes.
At Lawrence, Kansas, Davis Bails
man, a white man, was induced by a
colored woman called Sis Vinegard, to
go to an out of tho way place, when he
was sot upon by throo negro men
named Ike King, George Robertson
and Pete Vinegard, and murdered and
robbed. A mob that night broko open
tho jail and hanged three negro mtn
from a brldco. Thoy should have
hanged "Sis" first. It may be well to
make a note of another guilty wretch
in this group of tragedies, which was
a bottle found In Bailsman's pocket,
half-filled with whisky.
Stevons & Armstrong put firo
Railroad car wheels aro now made
of paper, and itija better than Iran.
Every preparation Is being made for
a big celebration at Auburn on the
Dr. Ed. Arnold and Tom Jones, two
of Browntlllo's best boys and members
of tho band at Unit place, wore in the
Up not neglectrii cough or cold until
it is too Into, try Eilert's Extract or
Tar nndvWild Cherry, wo aro sure you
will be convinced of lis merits, chron
ic coughs, and ovon consumptives aro
cured by following tho directions,
every bottlo is warranted to give satis
When horses and cattlo aro spiritless,
scraggy and feoblo they need treatment
with Unclo Sam's Condition Powder.
It purifles the blood, improves tho ap
petite, cures colds, mid distemper, In
vigoratos tho system and will keop tho
animal in a healthy, handsome condi
Aro you sulToriisg from IndlKostion?
If so ask your druggist for a bottlo of
.Shermaii'a Prickly Ash Hitters. Taken
as directed It will euro you. These i
Hitters havo now bnijn boforo tho pub
lic for a number of years, havo been
tjroughly rled, and glvo entire satis-,
AunuitN, Nkh., Juno 12, 1882.
Notice is hereby given that there will
be a tomperanco meeting at Auburn,
July 8th, at 1 o'clock p. m., to make
arrangements forthu coming campaign.
Two dolegatos front each tomperanco
organization in tho county, all minis
teru of the gospel, and other temper
ance workers are requested to bo pres
ent. Bv ordr of Dist. Lodge, I. O. G.
T. 1). II tEit, Dlst. Dop'y.
Dr. G."H. Collins, Dentist,
Visltsio following places in the ful
ler, oach ifvAitii:
.. l mUUUr' nil.
sHLirii. 10th, llth and 12th.
' . 1 -vfe.HL
money, and your
work for Dr. G.
-a "e7jwi'"" ,,--.
m to cfcrtfteAlmt for twenty-
one ytjarji XJjS&JkWW sillliotedwlth
very sore eyes (Granulated lids and
scum oji the eyes) and was almost
blind, until lust January a kind Provi
dence sent Mrs. E, J. Monahau to
Peru. She undertook to cure, and has
made nvperinnneut euro of my eyes,
and I am now ablo Jo work hard all
the time. Unto those who are atllict
ed, I would advise you to call on Mrs.
M., as sho can cure you without doubt.
.An Extraordinary OfFor.
Thero aro a largo number of persons
out of employment in every county
who could bo making from 3100 to .$:i()0
a month working for us. Theie are
many who have employment who
could make a much larger amount by
obtaining tho agency of their county
of an article of great merit that will
sell well in all woll-to-do families, and
pay a profit of over 100 por cent. One
agent in Pennsylvania sold !12 in two
days and mado over $00 clear. Any
man with energy enough to call and
show our invention can make Si, 500 to
$3,000 a year. Wo only want ono good
man in each county, to whom wo will
give tho exclusive said". Tho business
is pleasant, permanent and profitable.
We wIbIi to hear at onco from those
who oro out of employment, or desire
to got bettor. Send stamp and address
and receive our large descriptive cir
cular, giving full information.
Rbnnbk Manukaotuuino Co.,
HOSmithdold St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
T. S. BER.G-ER,,
Contractor Sr Builder,
Work Promptly attended to and Satisfaction
IK an ino
wi pngcn or
roinanoo from tho
tieptiiH or alavory to a position among
urn in mo land, "iuo bihj Timor' or
wrttton by htmaolf; 18 fall pan llluntrnttorn;
prloo S'J.S0. Outrival ' Unolo Tom'H Cabin"
in thrilling and romantic IntoroAl, with the
addod ohurrn that avcry word la trim. A
marvoloumtory most Kraphlcally told and
of great lilniorlcal valuo. This voltimo will
bo eagerly nought for by tho him droit 01
thousand who havo watched tho jomnrku
bio career and have boon thrilled by tho elo
quenco of thti wonderful mnn. Tho work
given an account of many Intervlown with
prominent men and nnrraton many anno
dntoa oononrnlng ttiurn unknown to thegnn
oral publlo. It abounds In many graceful
touches both of wit and oUqnoncn.
"Ho In nuoh a romnrkabln man that people
Ukn to read about him. and no wondor.'
"It Is an Inspiring as a poem,,, Woman's
"No ntrangor ntory has boon, or over will
bo, told." Honton AdvortUor,
"It In a moro abnorhlng tale than any crea
tion of notion." Troy (N. Y.) Times.
"Donllnod to a wide salo." Hartford Cour
"Thn wholo story Is axenedlngly wall told."
RoohMtor Democrat. Address J. H. Ooou.
lX & Oo., Chicago, Il,
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htTo napil On, Hahtkii'
utwfntr-nTe yesri in medicine, turn neror found anTtlilnj to jIyo tlm results that Dii.llAUTCK'it
I no ToNjo ilnci. In manr cases of Ncrrons rrostrallon. reml DUcurs, OvipriiMi. and an lm-
iwi KitivMvuuntniMi . ..iu uinwii ,ini jiuiics iruuijt ' i" itiiuii, iniMin piniii ivum irnui currt.
tiitiuiHiuii dsiucii uumni our most cnuneni Tinyjiciins, uvn jtciucn loims treat and Itiromnar
ablo remedr. 1 nrpscrlbj It In preference to anj Iron prcnaxaUon made. Jn fscl, audi a coniw nd
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H um. un. an a .iv. Awn tuna nrccsiHT in tot
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It lllv color So the blood:
natural healthful tone to
the dlfftittve org ant and
nerrout njirt eyntmaMng
U applltable to General
Debility, Tof Art
tltefjrrostratlon f fltat
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Til D y I D JL MERCHANTS !
QORR'St IOWA tSEED
5EDS, POTATOES S 3MALU FRUITS,
Tocethrr with many miscellaneous artlrlts for tba FARM AND 0ARDBK,
are described la
DORR'S IOWA SEED MAHUAL,
Which will be aent to ercry one nbo Is enons;h intereatsd to send their address,
and a atamp to pay postage. Write far It now, It will pay yon.
It Is fnll of valuable Information, and should be In every boms,
tdfyit will be sent to last year's customers without writing.
C. W. DORR, DES
Fresh Bread, Pies.Cakes,
Etc., alwavs on Hand.
Best Cigars in the City.
9- llimotnbir tlio pluoo-on tho corner,
south of tlio Holdruto Ilouno.
Nemaha Co., Neb.,
Huving been recently Surveyed ana" PUttes
SEC. 7, T. s, R. i j,
In the Western part of Nemeha County,
brailca offers rare chances for
rsfnsrH!l'rI Jit r.nu,
CASH OH ON TIJE.
Apply to s A 0SB0RN,
Ih-ownville, Johnaon, or Culvert
k .wwAia MAHntlnn f ana of t&9
moat noted and suociMSful iwflallsls In thsUja.
(now retired) for thecure of Xirvum "MMtM
AdaVsas DR. WARD A CO., Uulclaa. Mo.
Spring Patterns at
A. eambtnnttcm mf JV-
ItaxiHtiof Iron, I'truvinn
in pantiaoin nirti mi III
iUyvrri)arntloni . tnn
I thai will not bhteki-n the
'Io.nio in nijr iirscllco.jminu n"rxiTrlucof
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11IH Waah Avir is.
SEND US YOUR BUSI
NESS CARD FOR
D. LANDRETH & SONS,
F. W. Bamuklson,
Nemaha Countv Bank,
Does a Gonoritl Banking
Particular Attention Giv
Monov IiOanorl on A-iroy
Exchange on all parts ot
U. S. and Europe,
VirrilOlllZlil) IIY TilK I). S. (JOrUUXMK.IT
First National Bank
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HUY AND HKM,
00IN & CURRENCY DRAFTS
n alllha principal cities of ths
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On approved nscurliy only. Tims Drafts dlaaount
ii a special ecnniinoaa!ionarAiiiMi to aepoalt
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JOHN 8. MINICK.
NomnUa City. NqIj.