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4fcjr Entered at the poitoffice at South An
bum, Nebfiitcj,i Second Clan matter.
FrcHh Hrond, pica ami cakes al
ways on hand at A. Palmer's, Brown
villo. Wank dood, notes, mortgages
etc., for aula at thin olllco.
Muchlno olla of nil kinds at greatly
reduced prices at Nickell's In JJrovru
ville, I T I -- - - -
At Lcadvlllo. on the 4th, Clins. Kent
shot and killed TIioh. Dennett. Kent's
wile was at the bottom of it.
In a saloon row in Jelfornonville,
lnd on the itli, Jim Dnff, u brulHor,
was shot und killed by Btophon Gibus.
At Oregon Cit.Vt Oregon, 4th lust.,
Jack Hito and Mike Chambers, horse
tbieven, in attempting to escape ware
Mr. I)., on Thursday the Oth, 1882.
calkul for a now "Diehl" and lo, it was
granted. It's a boy and Dr. Koal officiated.
Dr. Jacques' German Worm Cakes
stand unrivaled iw a worm medicine.
Givu them a trial. Hold by all drug
Nickoll, the Urownvillo druggist, hns
tho largest assortment, the best goods,
and the lowest prices of any drug houic
in the county. v
Tho 11. & M. It. It., known as the
"Uurliiigtlon ltouto" offers special ad
vantages to travelers. Seo their ad
vertisement in tliis paper. 0-23
' Uncle Sara'B Nervo and Hone Lini
ment is most otllcient in rheumatism,
tiruises, burns, scratches and many oth
er ills incident to man and beast. Sold
by all druggists. 8
P. Fltzpatrlck, of Sandusky, Ohio,t
nroso at 11 o'clock at night for a drink
of water, und used a cup half filled
with Paris Green. In thirty minutes
ho was dead.
A Now York physician condemns
tho uso of tho dotted veils ladies are
wearing, and reports several cases of
permanently Injured oyes that have
been caused by this fashionable nonsense.
A boy named Jcaso linrtlott, was
drowned at Mllford, Nob., last week
while in swimming. Ho was aged 0
years, and the son of a widow. Also,
at Mllford on tho 4th, a boy was seri
ously hurt with a toy pistol.
Hickoy Uros., on Spring Creek, In
Johnson county, are running a success
ful creamery. They uso tho cream
from 350 cows, and mako about 100
pounds of butter each day. Thoy re
cently shipped COO pounds to St. Louis,
realizing a good price.
Nickell, tho lirownville druggist, has
an immon.se stock of paints, oils, glass,
also wall papor and window Bhades,
which ho Is soiling at exceedingly low
prices. If you waut anything In tho
aboYo Hue do not fall to get his prices
us it will save you money.
Guito.ni was hurled in tho jail in
which ho was hung. Tho brick tloor
was taken up, a gravo botou feet deep
dug, tho assassin placed thoroin, cov
ered up, tho grave leveled and tho brick
replacod. This was done for safety of
tho body agalst vandalism.
Something moro than tho usual num
ber of crimes and casualties occurred
on tho Fourth; but the most horrible
was tho sinking of the steamer Sciotn,
on tho Ohio river near Mingo Junction,
by collision with another boat. The
Sciota had ou board 500 excursionists
many of whom wero lost.
Take care of your Liver, A great
number of the diseases to which man
kind aro liable arise from a disordered
condition of this organ. Koep it in a
sound and healthy condition and you
can defy disease. Prickly Ash Hitters
are especially adapted for this purpose,
being composed of drugs wlch act on
the Liver, giving it tone aud strength
to withstand malaria.
Miss Emma Bond taught school at
Taylor ville, 111. Three men hid them
selves in tho garrott of the school
house until after school was dismissed
in tho o vonlng, and the mistress was
there alone, when thoy descended, aud
treated hor in a most brutal manner.
It is doubtful if she survives her in
juries. Tito supposed villians have
been arrested, and a company of mili
tia guard the jail to protect them from
the fury of tho mob.
Tho lUv. George O. Barnes, the Ken
tucky ovfliigeliBt, is now at Dayton,
Ohio, for tho purpnso of holding u se
ries of rovival meetings. It Is claimed
for aud by this gentleman that he has
effected many very remarkable phys
ical cures by anointment and prayer.
In a recant Interview he declared it
was tho Lord's doing, that ho morcly
oboyed tho dictates of heaven, and did
not know how the cures were brought
about. "I do not stop to inquire any
thing about that. Tho Lord bids mc to
anoint with oil, and I do it. I carry a
very small vial of oil in my pocket,
and just touch it slightly upon tho
forehead of tho ufllicted. I then pray
with them earnestly in my simple way
as host as I know how, and leavo it all
with tho Lord, trusting Him for His
word. And as my faith becomes simp
ler and stronger my success becomes
more marked, I liavo never had a
failure where unbelief did not inter
fere. Tho cures aro not always imme
diate. In some cases they arc Instan
taneous and in others they aro not. I
have had thousands of cases, and know
of three or four hundred who have
como to mo to tell mo thoy got well."
Washington, 1). C, July 6. Tho
Evening Mtartmyn; Monday night a
wagon drove from tho jail into one of
tho alleys through which tho rear part
of tho army medical museum is
reached. This wagon, without doubt,
contained tho body of Guitcau. At
tho army medical muaeum to-day none
of tho iiliyslcians or other officials
would say anything about tho where
abouts of Guitcau's body or what
would bo done with it. Dr. Lamb said
verydecldedly,"I don't know anything."
Boforo It was decided to bury tho body
in jail, Warden Crocknr had an under
standing with Dr. Hicks that it should
be removed to tho army medical muse
um. Warden Crockor, when asked
about this latest removal, seemed rath
er displeased that anything had boon
said concornlng it. IIo tmid Bimply,
"If the body is not at tho modlcal mu
seum it will be thero in a day two." It
was tlio warden's Intention not to
mako tho fact of exhuming public for
some weeks at least. Be v. Dr. Hicks
was at tho office of tho register of wills
this morning with tho will of Gulteau,
making Inquiry as to probating it, etc.
Ho did not file the document.
Should Gladstone push forward to
protect the interests of England in
Egypt and the Sue, canal With tho vigor
and promptness that his prcparsJlons
would seem to indicate is 4w aien-
j i. ..., ... , , -r
uuna, uu win jasieu ins parcyin power
indefinitely. Tho manliness of his
withdrawal from tho cruel and unjust
war with tho Boers impressed every
sensiblo and Intelligent man with pro
found respect. If ho will fight, when
right, as roadlly as ho refused to fight
when wrong, ho will show that diplo
macy Is a matter of principle and not
of art, deceit and finesse. Such an ac
compllshed fact would mark him a
giant, oven among Bismarcks and
A traveler writing of tho big trees
of Mariposa, Cal., Bays: Wo took tho
trouble to measure one of them with a
lino drawn around it five feet above the
ground, and found it to be n little over
eighty-four foet In clrcumforencr, or
moro than twenty-eight feet in diame
ter. One of the trees has had a hole
cut through It, and the big coach and
four drives through It without tho least
hindrance, thero boing on each sido of
the drive way moro than ten feet thick
ness of tho tree. These trees aro cer
tainly wonderful In slzo and height,
and can be fully appreciated only by
After a year of hard work some of
the law-loving citizens of St. Louis
succeeded in getting tho leading gam
blers of that city In tho penitentiary,
Governor Crittendens stepB In and par
dons them out. The pardons wore of
fered for tho reason that the gamblers
promised not to "gamble any more."
Such acts on the part of the executives
of the great State of Missouri can be
construed In no other light than lend
ing aid to crime. ltock Port Journal.
Governor Crittenden in his efforts
after train aud bank robbors was gain
ing a good reputation, but by those
pardons he kicks over his bucket of
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, 16 cents per yard.
Three coat work, 18 cents per yard.
I will do tho work and warrant it
for three years not to crack, Bcale, or
rub, oft Got your painting done in a
workmanlike manner, by giving me a
call. John SuirrEN.
When you go to Brownvllle call in
at Nickell's drug store and get a glass
of Cream Soda.
F. W. Sxmuklson, D. J. AVoon,
Nemaha Countv Bank
Dooi a General Banking
Particular Attention Giv
HoneT Loaned on AviroT-
Exchange on all parts
V. S. and Europe.
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First National Bank
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COIN & CURRENCY DRAFTS
nulltba principal cUIm nrtbc
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On ftpiirored security oulr. Time Drafts dliconnt
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STATE, COUNTY & CTY SECURITIES
Kecelrwl pnjrableomlmaAnd.atiit l.STKRRrtTa
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Hundley. Frank K. Johnson, Cntlier Hoadler
JOHN L. CARSON,
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