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BY G. W. FAIRBROTHER & CO.
I'awnco City litis a barb who iimnu
factory. A good hnrnoss shop much needed hi
Auburn wants to do something to
encourage the location .of munufaotor
ic.H within hor liuiitH.
Tho Star' Mexican advices stato that
black small-pox la raging violently at
Mazatlan. Tlicro has boon fifty doaths.
Bill Dally, it appears, has finally
found out what Church IIowo is a
candidate for. William l.s a penetrat
ing cuss, wo always know.
In tho "First Congressional District
Convention thoro will bo 12:1 delegates.
Necessary to a choice 02. In tho Stato
Convention 215 will nominate.
Church IIowo Is tho coming man for
Congress from Mils district. Ills ene
mies rr spent his intellect and his friends
know his worth. YVwyi! Tribune.
A convict at the Nebraska poniton
tiary named Itual, was killed by a
guard named Hart, whilo he was en
deavoring to overpower and secure the
Recent Washington crop reports
show Nebraska to have a bettor wheat
crop than any of the western states,
while both Iowa and Illinois are above
An enraged stallion at Coldwater,
Michigan, knocked down a horseman
named Lcighton, knolt upon him, bit
off tliu under-lip and chin, and shat
tered the bones of his left hand.
Tho Republican's Dallas (Tex.) spe
cial says: It has boon raining twelve
hours, farmers are Jubilant, as the
danger of a drought Is passed. This
assures tho host crop since 187:5.
Do not neglect a cough or cold until
It is too late, try 10 Hurt's Extract of
Tar and Wild Cherry, wo are sure you
will lie convinced of Us merits, chron
ic coughs, and even consumptives are
cured by following tho diicctions,
every bottle Is warranted to give satis
THE BRIDEGROOM'S RIDE TO DEATH
HV 1). .J. WOOD.
Tliritorvof ltili)onrn lilhlm Tlicron lluntpr.a
(ilt'li-tirollirr of tlii'imtlior, wn to hnvo Iwn mar
ried oil iircrlnlii !)'. Jlo Inft lliiinn for tho wrl
(II11K, itml In tryliiK to rrom At ream which tti
nwollnii by mlti tlm nrevloin nlKlit, ho win swept
down die iiriMin and en unfit In n burliod win1 feiico
mid ilrowniMl. lnboy mi1 Iomii vrrro tint found
or twmlty-lotir h'lurn. Tin- wwIiIIiik tmrty hail n
nouililcd ninl tho hrliln upon fiontliiK tlio nuws loll
m one ilmil forHovcrnl hours.
The morning sun rote bright and fair,
And fragrant lloweri perfumed the air,
All nature teemed 10 bright and gay
As If tu crown the wedding day.
The lovers tote early at break of morn.
Fully determined there should be no thorn
Their lives to tear; but in iti stead
Their love should grow from the day they
The bride expectant, her heart agio',
Was eagerly waiting, waiting tojtnow
Why the bridegroom tarried icflpong on the
Why comes he not on our wedding day?
Oh, lovely maiden, wli shall dare
His fate to tell, his death declare,
For while thou'rtjwaitlng to become his bride,
His form lies buried ' ne.it li the raging tide
With hopes so fond and heart so true
He left his home to marry you,
He e'en dared death to claim you, dear,
And entered the stream without a fear.
The raging torrent dished high and wide,
He knew nut the depth of the terrible tide,
I!u cross it he must, for over there
The road was free to his bride so fair.
He started in; down, down they went,
He struggled on till his strength was spent,
The barbed wire caught in his clothej at last.
In its iron grasp it held him fast.
Oh, swift were the thoughts that to him came,
Of the darling girl, we shall not name.
Of tSe mother at home awaiting him
Of the brutheis away, and thinking ufhirn.
It's hard to die 'mid sickness and pain
With friends by the cot, wheie we-long have
Hut hardest of all must be the way
To die all alone on our wedding day.
Oh, maiden, look up, the angels have come
To take home to Jesus thy loving one,
And there he waits with heart so true,
Waiting, yes waiting to welcome you.
On tho Utli inst. the British gun
boats, under Admiral Soymour, com
menced war upon lOgypt by bombard
ing tho fortifications at Alexandria.
Tho battlo opened at 7 o'clock in the
morning and by noon all tho Egyptian
guns were dismantled or silenced.
Dr. D. Hell Andrews, of Nemaha
City, has his office at his residence,
whore he is prepared lo treat acutoand
chronic diseases. Pleasant waiting
rooms for patients. Surgical disoases
of women a specialty. Ills success as
a surgeon is well known from cases in
this vicinity operated upon wiih per
That ugly looking cloud that loomed
up in tho northwest on tho morning of
tho llth, while it only scared this sec
tion, and gavo us a copious rain, got
in its work in tho western and north-
westorn parts of tho state. At Hast
ings, (Jlonvlllo, Kenosaw and other
places hall broke the window glass and
domoltshod crops, whilo tho wind did
considerable damage to buildings.
Tho Nebraska City New suggests
that a whipping post would ho a good
thing in that county, and believes it
would do moro to reform evildoers
than all tho linos and sentences over
imposed. Cm rrent Item.
Wo novor have had tho least reason to
doubt tho dyed-in-the-wool bourbonism
of tho News. The whippingpost Is pure
ly Domocratlo, but It has nearly gono
out of uso slnco the abolition of tho
Democratic Institution of slavory was
Tho following from tho Omaha Re
publican we fully ludorso:
Tho Peoria Transcript says that Iowa
has a better representation in tho
houso of representatives than any oth
er western stato. If in this statoment
numbers nro moant Nebraska Is not to
bo considered, but whon It comes to
downright hard work, faithful atten
tion to business, reprasontatlon of tho
best intorests of his constituents, and
earnest endeavor to land dignity, honor
and conspicuity to tho state, our Val
entino does not takt a back Beat by any
manner of moans. "Wo have only one
representative In tho lower houso, but
two additional will soon bo forthcom
ing, and until that tlmo arrives our In
terests are In good hands and will bo
fully and completely looked aft or,
Mrs. 10. Monahan, of Marysvillo.Mo.,
will bo at North Auburn on the
17th and ISth days of July, whon
slio will bo prepared to treat nil
lorms 01 eye diseases. Her treatment
Is a permanent euro for granulated eye
lids and all forms of inllammation of
tho eyes. Come and see her.
Will be at Nemaha City on tho 10th.
Mrs. Monahan will also bo in Hrown
villo on tho loth of each month.
Surgical operations will he perform
ed by Dr. D. C. Wilson, of Maryvillo.
Tho new extension of the C, 11. &
Q. rail ray from Hastings to Denver,
is a model of smoothness for a now
road. It is built across an almost level
plain, in which thoro is but little cut
ting and filling. With tho work that
will bo put on it at once, it will only
bo a short time before it will bo the
smoothest and easiest road to ride over
In tho west. Commissioner Molov. of
Southeastern llailroad association, an
nounces that on tho coming August
1st, tho freight rato for grain from
Missouri rlvor points will bo advanced
tlvo cents per hundred pounds. State
Dr. G. H. Collins, Dentist,
Visits tho following places In tho fol
lowing order, oaeh month:
Rrownvillo, 1st to 7th.
Nemaha City, 8th and nth.
South Auburn, 10th, llth and 12th.
Brock, With, 14th and 2oth.
If you wish to save money, and your
teeth, hold your dental work for Dr. G.
II. Collins. 52-tf
A Valuable Addition.
Uecauso it is boneflcial to tho scalp
and adds to personal beauty by restor
ing color and lustre to gray or faded
hair, is why Parker's Hair Halsam is
such a popular dressing.
Tho HUCKEYE COHD HINDER is
tho favorito, overy man that'has exam
ined it says is tho "Ross." Go'sco tlw
"Regulator" at Calvert, and ho will
show you soma of its lino points.
Linn & Cooper.
Calvort, Neb., nro now ready to ro
colvo grain of all kinds, for which thoy
will pay tho highest market price
Call at tho olovator.
J. 5, GASKIE,!,, Manager.
Uncle Sam's Condition Powder pro
vonts diseaso, purifies tho blood, im
proves tho appetito, gives a smooth
glossy coat, and keeps tho animal in
good condition. All druggist sell it. 8
at Nickell &Shurts,
Stationery of all kinds at tho post
Hardware and Furniture at Willing
Hros. & Jordan's.
Try tho Non-Explosivo Safety Oil at
Dovin & Fisher's.
Merchants Take Notice!
Freight rates from Chicago and St.
Louis, over the Missouri Pacific to
North Auburn, as cheap as by way of
any other route. All claims for over
charges promptly adjusted. Don't for
What Everybody Wants,
Is a roliablo medicine that novcr does
any harm and that pxeveuts and cures
diseaso by keeping tho stomach in or
der, the bowels regular, and tho kid
neys and liver active. Such a medicine
is Parker's (linger Tonic. It rolioves
overy case, and has cured thousands.
See another column. Tribune.
All kidney and urinary complaints,
cHpecinlly Rright's disease, diabetes and
liver troubles, Hop Hitters will surely
and lastingly cure. Casus exactly like
your own have been cured in your own
neighborhood, and you can find tellable
proof at home of what Hop Bitters
lies and can do.
If you want a deed, or mortgage or
power of attorney, or any other instru
ment of writing mado out in neat and
proper form, call 011 G. W. Fait brother,
Sr., notary public, South Auburn. lie
is an old hand at the business. tf
Eoduced Prices in Meat.
Tho Calvert .Meat Market will furn
ish meat from this date at the follow
ing reduced rates:
SuiioSn Steak Viy, cts.
Hound " 10 " "
Uoast 10 "
Chuck 10 "
Moiling puices from (1c to 7c.
Hkn'uy IIakm, Prop.
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
painting, graining, etc., in a first-class
manner, and at tho following prices:
Two coa, work, 15 cents per yard.
Three coat work, 18 cents per yard.
I will do tho work and warrant it
fot three years not to crack, scale, or
rub off. (Jet your painting done in a
workmanlike manner, by giving me a
call. John Siiirriix.
"Whon you go to Mrownvillc call in
at Nickoll's drug store and get a glass
of Cream Soda.
Nickell, tlio Mrownvillo druggist, has
an iimiHiiwo ntouk of imliitn. oils, trliias.
also wall paper and window shades,
which he is selling at exceedingly low
prices. If you want anything in the
above lino do not fail to get his prices
as it will save you money.
Fresh Mread, pies and cakes al
ways on hand at A. Palmer's, Mrown
villo. -- Mlank deeds, notos, mortgages
etc., for sale at this ollice.
Machine oils of all kinds at greatly
reduced prices at Nickoll's in Rrown
ville. Dr. Jacques' German Worm Cakes
stand unrivaled as a worm medicine.
Give them a trial. Sold by all drug
Nickoll, tho Rrownvillo druggist, has
tho largest assortment, tho best goods,
and the lowest prices of any drug house
in tho county.
Tho 1$. & M. R. It., known as the
"Butiingtion Iiouto" offers special ad
vantages to travelers. Seo their ad
vertisement In this paper. G-23
Uncle Sam's Nervo and Mono Lini
ment is most olllciont in rheumatism,
nruises, burns, scratches and many oth
er ills incident to man and beast. Sold
by all druggists. 3
Take care of your Liver. A groat
numbor of tho disoases to which man
kind are liable arise from a disordered
condition of tiiis organ. Keep it in a
sound and healthy condition and you
can defy diseaso. Prickly Ash Rittors
aro especially adapted for this purpose,
being composed of drugs wich act on
the Liver, giving it tone and strength
to withstand malaria.
Nickell, tho druggist, will give you
bargains in tea.
Uncle Sam's Nerve and Bono Lini
ment is for man and beast and is a
balm for overy wound. Sold by all
A Delightful Novolty,
Ladles prefer Floreston Cologne bo
cause thoy find this lasting combina
tion of exquisite perfumes a delightful
Children have health and mothers
rest when Dr. Wincholl's Teething
Syrup is used. It produces natural
sloop, roulatos tho bowels, cures dys
entery and diarrheal arising from tooth
ing or other causes. Sold by all drug
gists at 25 cents a bottlo. 7
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J! Calvert, Nebraska,
iwj Dealer in
CHINA AND GLA3SWABE.
The finest and most complete stock in this county, at the
A splendid assortment of Mouldings, for Picture
Frames, and an experienced cabinet maker is em
ployed by this house who will make or repair
youfumitur in good style.
Undertaking a Specialty.,
A full lino of Coffins, Caskets ami
Trimmings, always on hand and Metal
ic Caskets furnished 011 SllOlt notice. Emblems of Evory Description.
LMORE & SON
Where you will find one of the finest stocks of General Merchandise in
You will find the nicest SPRING STOCK of CLOTHING for
You will find DRESS GOODS of the latest styles and patterns.
You will find a nice line of LADIES' and OHILDREN'S Shoes.
You will find an excellent line of BOOTS and PLOW SHOES for
You will find a full stock of GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, etc.
You will find one of the nicest store rooms and the most gentlemanly
clerks in Nemaha County.
Wc extend a cordial invitation to come and see us before buying, and
we will guarantee that in quality and price we wil suit you.
Remember the place,
A. H. GILMOHE & SON,
Mamng MScrcHttij been Surv'cycd and PlaUcd
ON SECTION 21 and 28, T. 5, R. 14,
NEMAHA COUNTY, NEBKASKA,
OFEERS RAREICHANCES FOR
Commercial i Mechanic
The Town is from lO.to 25 miles from any
other place of importance,
IS IN THE CENTER OF THE COUNTY, AND SURROUNDED BY THE BEST
FARMING LAND IN THE STATE.
AT LOW PRICES
OH ON TIME
Aooly to S. A OSBOXN, SEES