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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1882)
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BIN r. ANDkB ' J1$ '.i
BY G.W. rAlRBROTHER CO.
gfcj- Entered it the postoflice at South Au
burn, Nelraika, ai Sorri Claw matter.
A harness shonjs the lniBins Sojith
Auburn is most In Heed of at present.
Mrs J 0. Cohurn, a ludy of San An
lohiiK Texas, has 40,000 Bilk wormi at
Vnork is ,y
Our old nnd cstcouied friend S. 8.
Mcl)6wl, of Asplnwall prcQlridf. cMled
on thtf AiiVKUTiHKii Thursday.
Tho State Central Commjtteri, of 'the
Hepublican party, will meet lit tho
Counnorcial, House, Lincoln, July oh
. . n&A
Just forty-two years ago tho first''
lngcr beer saloon was open in tho city
of New York. Thero arc now soverali
Mrs. ifcm. Willing, of this city, and
Mrs, J. J. Howler, of Nemaha City, vjs
Ited Mrs. II. A. Newman, at Nebraska
City last week. '
An agricultural paper tells how to
raise potatoesbutn ,wo know, already,
It takes about a half a doller to raise a
pock these times.
MlHfci'Clnrn Louisa Kellogg is not go
ing to marry Mr. Thos. Whitnoy. It's
off. She bounced him, or her mother
BllrKennedy, of NobraskaCity, was
in town Tliutsday distributing .bills,
announcing the celebration ai NebVas
lea City on tho Fourth.
J. C. McNaughton in company with
Ills sister Sal He, rccontty from Penn
sylvania, wero visiting-Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Ford at Carson last wok.
Miss Laura Terry is now helping
MIhs Dollle in tho mllllnory store, and
tho two ladles have all they can do at
tending to tho wants of customers.
, U.i,8mtor, Van Wyck, . .
Out readers will be pleased, in read
ing, tho following laudatory remarks,
from ,tl0 Chiqago Times, of (senator
Vnh fayckj v
"The nrovinco of Nebraska is to be
.congratulated upon having chosen ji
senator who scotus to possess the tin-,
coinmou faculty' of stnudiuj; up, polit
ically, 6u his legs. Tho senator Is Mr.
Van Wyck. Coming into tho senate 'a
man 'unknown to fame,' he has, upon
a number of occasions, ciutfccd'no little
surprise among tho 'time-honored' not
ables of that augtiBt assembly by man
ifesting the possession and tho courage
of opinions not cut and dried in tho
factories of precedent and convention4
ality. His very sensible motion to act
on the president's nominations to the
tariff .commission with open doors
furnishes an instances in point. Tho
motion of the senatorial Iconoclast
from Nebraska was voted down, of
course and vcn for this purpose the
galleries were cleared, the doors locked.
and the broadest part Of tho back of
an Ussistant door-keeper placed over
BVery koyholc sacred custom requir
ing that the pulilic should not witness
the Unties of senatorial dignity oven In
considering such a profane attack upon
a "tlmo-honorcd usago." Hut its. re
jection did' not prevent the Nebraska
senator's proposition from setting in
motion forces of public opinion which
may eventuate in tho very conse
quences the idolaters of absorb custom
nought to prevent by Its rejection.
Ever'4Wliero public opinion has recog
nized tho manifest propriety of tho re
jected proposition, and the rejection of
it, nan erv'(i to attract puuuu 'attention
more generally to its propriety by in
citing.coinmont upon tho silly method
and reason of its rejection,"
"For making that motion and for
some other manifestations of the cour
age of ideas '"'ofit of tho sacred old
rut, tho senator has been called
'eroehpty.' In tho contemplation of
idolators of custom, any man is 'croch
ety' who does not receive his opinions
cut and dried from tho venerable dry
house of antiquity, or who betray,
among statesmen manufactured and
kept going by party machinery, tho
faculty 'of going without the help of u
party machine The country, however,
Is in a temper-to bellovo that its wel
fare would bo quito as well promoted
If tho national senate contained some
more senators as 'crochety' as the sen
ator from Nebraska."
e3he:r,:b:ej:r,t wills o:n
SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE
At Prices that will Suit. Remember you can get
nmr-' 'i 'iin, "nnrrinnw om iMiiiiM trftiii immii " mm" " mnnrmmim- -ssssssgegsifc.
p1- T. j-lJaMMMLjMmmcr ' M iaaaaMwHsvasBjn - 'i' mviHHmBS'
The B. fc M. It. It., known as
"Hurlingtiou Itouto" offers special
vatitages to travelers. Sqo tlyjlj; ad
vertisement in this paper. 0-28
At Wheatley station, on the M. & L.
It. railroad, 18th inst., John Walker,
and Win. Snoddy quarreled, nrmttl
thomsolves and went to shooting. Both
"Une swallow noes not niako a sum
mer, remarks n religious papor, and
another one adds that that may bo so,
t but it does make a fellow want another
drink right away.
HAND AND TWINE BINDERS,
Farm Tooltip Awes, Iron, Nails, Firearms; Ammunition, Etc.
'W T tf1
A CooaXjiV' 1-'ihov in Connection with the House. A No. 1 workman in
Sf Charge. Custom work a Specialty,
OcixtvaL k."vcixxxc-, INTox-tlx V.xxlixx-ix5 Xelra&laf.
What Everybody Wants.
Is a rollablo medicine that never does
any harm and that pi events and cures
disease by keeping the stomach in or
der, the bowels regular, and the kid
iioys and liver active. Such a medicine
fa Parkers Ginger Tonic" v It relieves
every case, and has cured thousands.
See another column. Tribune.
Judge Bradley, of the TJ. S. Supremo
Oonrt, denied Gultean's appeal for
habeas corpttsj and to-morrow he will
1)0 hanged at the hour of2 p.'m., if ho
lives tllmt hour. ." ? " " .
'iHHt for Simon Cameron, Don Cam-
groniwould never have been heard of,"
says a leading St. Louis dally paper.
And If lb hadn't been for Don's grand
father 'neither of them would have
been hcird of.
Hon. Cll. Van Wyck is advertised
to speak at Brock, Nebraska City ami
Auburn on tho Fourth. Ho will havo
to make a spread-eaglo of himself if
he gets around to tho other places af
ter ho gets through at Auburn.
Tho four Brookflold bank robbers
havo already had their trial and know
their doom. They each go to prison
for twenty-five years. Tho pertinacity
with which those robbers were fol
lowed, caught and convicted, is a big
thing for Missouri.
At the last November election held
in tho city of Cheyenne, Wyoming Ter
ritory, 1,184 votes woro polled, 510 of
which were voted by tho women. This
proportion confirms tho recent stater
ment of Gov. Hoyt, that women vote
in proportion us largely as the'mou, in
Tho Inter-Ocean hits the nail on the
If tho army worms wore gnawing
up the crops of Kansas or Nebraska
instead of Ohio, how our older breth
ren east would havo remarked upon
"tho uncertainties and prccariousness
of farming interests in tho west."
Storms and lightning, worms and grass
hoppers, and Hoods aro not confined to,
westerns prairies, una mumiuaes win
(ontinuo to seek tho fertile acres of tho
west rathor than spend a life ,nm.oig
the bleakWllsund;,w6f n.iit? IwuteVof,
IheteastW' -'"" ' T. ,i,
The London Times, in a leading ar
ticle on progress of America, suvb if
thero woro no direct evidenco forth
coming of tho reality and rapidity of
material progress in the United States,
it would be found in the singular ab
sence of excitement in American poll
tics. What is especially remarkable in
thelpresonb development of American
energy and success Is its wide nnd
equal distribution. The readjustment
of Federal representation bears testi
mony to the political capacity of tho
people, and affords godd. ground for the
hope that the future.'of the negro may
be rescued from thmfschlovous inter
ference of professional philanthropists
and self-seeking demagogues.
A Valuable Addition.
Becauso it is beneficial to the scalp
and adds to personal beauty by restor
ing color and lustre to gray or faded
hair, is why Parker's Hair Balsam is
such a popular dressing.
Uncle Sam's Condition Powder pre
vents disease, purifies tho blood, im
proves tun appetite, gives n smooth
glosny coat, and keeps tho animal in
good condition. - All druggist sell it. 8
French scientists think they have
discovered a cure for hydrophobia,
fiovernl interesting experiments havo
been made, notably those by Dr. Du
mont, of the Caen Hospital, just re
ported to the Paris Academy of Medi
cine. A man, woman, and child were
bitten by the same mad dog. Tho wo
man died in convulsions, ahd tho child
has not yet been taken sick, But the
man. while suffering all tho distressing
symtoms, was subjected to intense
sweatingS'iuid and salllvations and his
cure effected. The doctor assorts that
he employed threo subcutaneous injec
tions of one centigram of pelocorplne.
Any person , with a cough cold, or
any bronchial complaint or even in tho
first stage of consumption will be re
lieved and cured by Ellert's Extract of
Tir iind Wild Cherry. It is especially
prepared for Bronchial complaints.
Thousands weo havo tried it now livo
o testly of its merits-r-glvo it an im
ni'edlate trial you will be surprised at
, Jl "ii; ijjj :juv
tiio name pjA iqn, ,isauiuftwers, one
ofHho.ltogents, is mentioned "by tho
Gfhiul Islahd nredCth po-.
sltion of -attorney general?'"; VjV '
CORD BINDER. 1
Is the best machine ever invented. Go to the
"REGULATOR' CALVERT, NEB.,
and see the reports from Texas of the excellent work which it
performs. No mistake in its being the Lightest Running, ma
chine, the strongest, the best finished, the easiest to operate, th&
best reel, and has what no other Harvester has,
no shrinking, no wabbling, in that kind of wheel. Remember
that the main drive wheel has to run the entire machine. For
the best Reaper and Mower combined, the
Buckeye Table Rake and Marsh No. 4
have been sold in this county for-years, and they speak for themselves.
Notice to Farmers
The uiidcrtitgned has for snte the
VffiW known to be the best, which he will
all cheaper than theohenpeet.
'Farmers, Call and See.
I will mall (free) tho rocolpe for n Minple
Vegetable Hniin thnt will remore tan, treck
leu, pimplcMiind blotches, leitvlnx the hln
tton, clear and bonntltul; nlno Inniructlona
for pioitnclntf n luxuriant growth of hair on
h bald head or n'oootli fac. Aildreee Incloa
liiK So stamp, Ben. Vuudolf&Co., U Unrcluy
utreet, N. Y, '
Your' old Iron, rags; copper and brnss
tJ.G. Wliittemoro'fl, in Brownville.
ThoarivertlBor liavlug leon permnnently
cured of that dread (Hbohro. Coununiptlou,by
a Blmplo remedy, Is anxious to make known
te hlu fellow utTerern the tho tneanM ot euro
To all who deMre it, he will nend a copy of
the proscription used, (tree of charge.) with
thedlreetlone for preparing and uvlng the
name, which they will tlnd a sura cure for
cougliH, coldft. coiiHiimptlon, nMlmin, bron
cliltU, etc. Parties wlnhlnR the prenrrlptlon
will plcftue AddrBM, Hev. K. Wllsou, 191 l'eim
street, WUUnmabnrBli. N. Y.
ERRORS OF YOUTH,
A Kontlensan who uulfereU for yearB from
nervouKdebUUy. prumnture UecIy, nnd all
tho effectN of youthful JndlBcrpllon, will . for
tnoimke or suf faring immunity, koix! free to
nil who need It, tha recipe and direction for
mnklng the nlinpe remedy by which ho wkh
cured, HuWrerivwlHhJng to profit by.lhQad
vertUor'n cxperleno cun do ho by addre88tng
In perfect confldeno John H. Oopkn,
61yl "4irqedar Mreet, New York.
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