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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1882)
ESTABLISHED I860. I
OUOE8T PAPER IN THE STATE. J
AUBURN, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1882,
VOL, 27, NO.tf;
ZZOiLXjii&iZDuSL x Q EBEItILa,
Have Just Eeceived an Immense Stock of Drugs, Stationery,
A fid. everything that pertains to the Drug Business. We propose to compete with
any firm in the County. Call and see us, and be convinced.
Physician's Prescriptions and family Receipts carefully prepared.
, HOLLADAY & EBEKLY, North Auburn, Nebr.
Slimmer Styles !
tar Clothing House.
Clothing Equal to Custom Work!
Soots mid Shocn of Every Variety!
Ladle' Flno" Shocx a Specialty! '
Nobby bolt and Stiff Hat!
Elegant Furnishing Goods!
Trunks and Tallies by t lie Hundred !
HURLBTJT, Tecumseh, Nebraska.
T II. BIIOADY,
Attorney ind Counselor nt Lnw(
T S. STIILL,
0. ATTORNKVS AT MIW.
Olllceof County Judge, Brownvllle, Kebrailca.
A S. HOLLADAY,
J " niyloln, Snrgtoiti Olitetrlotiw.
r.rupu"'lln "si. iJo',",H71,7v?zr","i-jr
Physician and Surgeon,
Calvorti Nob rnj.lt a.
OFFICE. Nickell A Shurti' Drug Store.
J. M. GLASGOW,
--PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON -
NORTH AUBURN, - - NEBR.
JSTTtesidenco Gilmore's Block.
D. J. WOOD,
Lightning, Fire and Wind
G. W. CORNELL,
.'MTTOMWJEY AT X.UF,
OFFICE. One door North of the Nerruha
County Bank. Will practice in all the Court
and attend to Collection;
! MTm m
Mado ond repaired ris well na cnn bo done
nnywhore, on short notice, nnd
VERY REASONABLE TERMS.
Nemaha City, IVebr.
G. W. FAIRBROTHER, SR.
Will pay attention to
And Land Agency Business.
And Uklng Deposltloug. Blank Deed,
Mortgages, nnd all sort of blanks on hand.
ESTABLISHED IN" 1858
O LTD E S X
Real Estate Agency
Does a general Real Eatnte BiiBlneRg. Soils
liimds on Commission, examines TUIoh,
makes Deods, Mortgages, nnd all lnstru
menu pertaining to the transfer of Real Es.
tuto, Has a
Complete Abstraot of Titles
to nil Utal Estate in Nernnlm County.
SUCCESSORS TO S. H. MAPDY.
Summer Styles !
STOCK AT THE '
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
H. J. F. WERT & 00.
Cnn furnish you .with Qood Kiirmn, Im
proved n ml othorwlio In NernWia coun
ty, and vacatit nnd Improved town totn In
orth and Houtli Auburn and Johnson.
Hit vo also ii mini bar of biutnoxa nnd rcnldonco
housfts in South Auburn for ronti Cnn furn-
lrtti blunlCH of any dlHcrlptton, Apply at tho
Dr. A. Oppermann,
Hat been located in Nemaha County since
1868. Strict attention paid to all ACUTE and
CHRONIC DISEASES. Afflictions of the
Ear and Eye skillfully Treated,
J5?iay Artificial eyes always on hand toi$
Suit any size or color. Calls at
tended to day or night
OFFICE Northwest corner Court and Second
RESIDENCE Southwest corner Main and id
Streets, SHERIDAN. NEB. aoyi
I. W. SKILLMAN, PROPRIETOR.
This popular liouso lias boen rojontly
opened.and travelers will 11 ml
every appointmont first-class.
Fresh Bread, Pies.Cakes,
Etc., always on Hand.
Best Cigars in the City.
w llememher tho nlnooon tho corner.
I south of tho Holdrene House.
S. A. Osbot-M,
G. W. Tnyloi
Osboen & Taylor,
Counselors at Law.
Calvort and Brownvllle.
PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FED.
Special attention given to collection! ni le of
J. B. KELSEY, tf, P, STARIN,
President. " Oashior.
BANK OF AUBURN,
IS NOW OPf FOR BUSINESS
And ofTenrfu Sorvlces to tho
Citizens jbf Auburn
For tho transaction of any UusWies In
33 an k i n g .
Tho WJ6T Slum lnw dotoriiilneti to
establish a legation at WasMiiyton.SIain
will bo femembored as tho nation that
raises twins and tie thorn together with
a bow knot. Omaha Jlepubllcan.
Ollvo Logan says that Mr. Uornh.irdt
is kissablo. This is good to hoar. This
is tho first quality that lias boon, to
our knowledge, attached to Mr. Bern
hardt. Tho IJ. & M. folks aro making prep
arations for a grand pisplay of No
braska products at tho coming Colorado
state fair, and will soon commence
By n correction in tho call for thti
Republican State Convention, as pub
lished this morning, it will bo seen
that a candidate for repent of tho uni
vorsity is also to be named. The election
is to fill tho vacancy occasioned by tho
resignation of Regent Carson, and tho
term expires three years honce. State
papers will pleasoobsorve tho addition
to tho call. State Journal.
Tho secretary of the treasury has is
sued a circular addressed to collectors of
customs and other olllcors, saying the
Yonozunlan government has requested
tho government of tho United States to
detain tho piratical steamer Calon, for
merly tho Cautako, should she make
her appearance in tho waters of tho
United States, and directing all customs
oflicern to tako the nocessary stops to
AVo don't like to hear a man rof uso
to take Ills local paper, and all the time
spongo on his neighbor for tho reading
of it. Wo don't like to hear a man
complain whon asked to subscribo for
it, that ho takes more papers than lie
can road, and then hang around tho
stores to get the reading of it, and
oftlmes put it in hiK pockot. "Wo
don't liko to hear of a ihan who will
rundown his local pupor nn not worth
taking, as tliore i nothing in it but
What ho can read in fivd
he can get a great big St
We don't like
for the same money
to seo a mechanic or m irehant refuse
to advertiso in his ho no paper, and
then try to got n share
which other business me
of tho trade
to tho town through tlie columns of
the paper. Wo don't lilj'i to soo these
things. It looks vcr economical
thrifty and cheeky. mtfiange.
$6" Enterkikhfe poUpAl-KsS'Vu.
- rr-w- ?.:
London, July 20. In tho House of
Commons tho Under Foreign Secretary
stated tho government had declared to
tho conference that thoy rusorved tho
right with France of taking stops to pro
serve tho Suez Canal, and tho English
and French ambassadors at Constan
tinople had informed the conference
tlat thoy thoutght ltdeslrablothatuny
action in regard to tho canal should re
ceive the sanction of Europe. Franco
and England thereforo proposed that
tho powors bo designated Who shall be
charged, in case of need, with tho pro
tection of tho canal. In order to hiivq
time tho powers designated should bo
authorized to decide on the modes of
action which should bo exorcised In
every caso, on the principle of the pro
Red Is tho popular color at Long
Branch. It crops out everywhure.
Hoofs and trimmings of the outside of
houses aro red, window curtains are
red, window blinds aro led, chimneys
and fences aro red, and often thefurni
turo is upholstered in rod, as well as
th lady of the liouso and herchlldrou.
Wheels of carriages, gigs, phiutons and
village carlo aro red; also lap blankets
and red rosettes adorn tho hors.es. Par
asols and stockings are oftnnor rod
than any other hue, and many rod
shawjs and cloaks aro also soon. Ex.
And wo presume It wouldn't be hard
to find a red noso occasionally.
On Sunday n farmer namod Martin
Kuutsen, living ten miles northwest of
Blair, in Washington county, while at
tempting to load ono barrel of his muz
zle loading shotgun, with tho other bar
rel loaded and cocked, droppod his powder-flask,
which Btrtlok tho hnmmer of
tho loaded barrel, causing it to go off
Tho charge struck him in the forehead,
between tho eyes, knocking out a piece
of tho skull.and destroying ono eye en
tirely, llxi is yet alive, and tho doctors
in attendnnco think there Is some hopes
of his recovery, as ho Is perfectly con
scious and talks, eats and drinks.'
The Toy Pistol Again.
Galesburg, 111., July 20 Another one
of those sad cases resulting from tho use
of Ii rearms culminated this morning in
tho death of Jinunie McFarlaud, sou
of John McFarland, one of our most
prominent citizens. Tho bov was slichtl v
'.J&iolinrge of a pistol. Tho wound honied.
out a row days ainco ho was attacked
with lockjaw, from which his suffer
ngs wore relloved by death thWmorii
Tho olllcials at tho bureau of sta
tistics state that thoy have never before
experienced suich a call for figures and
statements of various kinds with ro
forenco to the tariff, as within the last
fow days from mombors of tho house
and sepato. This was evidently caused
by the anticipation of a long debate on
tho "little revenue bil!,"which tho Dom
cratlc senators declared must tako placo
boforo they would allow a vote.
An exchange trembles with appolion
sion since it has boon ascertained by a
Gorman chemist that "first rate brandy"
can bo made from sawdust. "Wo aw
friends," it says, "of the temperance
movement, and want It to succeed, but
what chance will it have whm a man
can tako a rip saw nnd go out and got
drunk on a fonco rail."
Whon tho "delinquent" belayed Sec
rotary Alexander, who served him as
a friend, and fillod in tho blank spaco
to make it rosombln the writingof Dr.
Schwonk, who had served him ,h a
friend, ho but lived up to his wol
known motto, which is. "I don't care a
damn who sinks so I swim."
John Donaldson has issued tho fol
lowing challenge: "I hereby challngo
any man in America, oxceptlng John
L. Sullivan, (Tug wilsou preferred) to
light me with or without gloves for
S5.000 a side, tho fight to tako placo
within r.00 miles of Milwaukeo and
w thin six woeks from date." Tho ar
ticles aro signed.
Tho total amoupt subscribed In
Beatrice for cyclono sufferers of
Iowa and Xebraska Is $230. Tho
WfVpewenUhlnks thoir citizens havo
responded nobly and aro deserving of
great credit in tho matter, and so think
we. Tecumseh TornhUqht,
Ono of tho moanest, nnd smallest,
and trickiest things connected with
that fraudulent consus matter, was tho
effort to lay tho blamo on Dr. Schwonk
by imitating his handwriting.
Arabl Pasha, who now handlos tho
army of Egypt, says he will kill all tho
Turks in Egypt. Constantinople has
gone bnck op him.
Those political criiBhers have yot to
learn, it seems, that crushing Is a little
game that two can play at.
Arabi la cutting off the supply of
water from Alexandria.
Harvest Is about over.
Contingent Congressman Majors and'
Secrotary of Stato Alexander havo got
themselves Into a somewhat uncom
fortablo position over census certificate,
which was furnished by Alexander to
substantiate Majors' claim to a eat in
congress. It appears that Alexander
loft blank the date of tho census', and
whon tho certlrlcato appeared before
tho committee, tho dato was filled out,
ahdWlug tho census to havo been taken
in 1872, When as as a matter of fact
it was taken In 1874. Tho editor of
tho Omaha Republican, who assumes
to know a good deal of tho mattor, says
that Aloxander left tho dato blank be
cailsd he did not know whether there
was a consus of tho state takon in
1872 or not, and belloved that Majors
would correctly supply tho ditto, vhon
tho time was fixed. This throws all
tho responsibility of tho "doctored"
eqrtlficaio upon Majors, who has not
yot explained. But it looks strango to
us. If tho secretary of Htato did not
know In what year the consus was
taken, who In tho world did know, and
if he, in Lincoln, whero all tho statis
tics are. could not find out, how Old ho
expect Tom Majors, in Washington, to
gut at the true date? Wo do not want
to misjudge anybody, but look,very
much to us as if tho wholo thing wau
arrangod between thu two to assist
Majors to get his seat, and that Alex
ander would havo filled out tho dato
with 1872 had he dared to, but lqft it
blank for Majors to fix to suit him.
Tho Reporter sees tho matter, from
its disinterested standpoint precisely as
everybody elso noes it, from what at
present is known of tho caso, or from
roportod testimony portalnlng to it.
This Advkktihku has been charged
with "pitching into Majors unfairly,""
but such is not tho case, for wo simply
hold the samo views, that tho papers
of tho state, outside of Nemaha coun
ty universally hold, viz: That Secre
tary Aloxandor, whether intentional or
not, oponod tho way for a fraud; and
Majors, or some ono directly in his in
terest, and by his connivance and pro
curing, consummated It. That Majors
imlst bear tho onus of tho scandal and
suffer tho consequences can not well
ho avoided, from tho potent fact that
ho was tho party especially and solely
Interested. Mr. Majors may bo able to
clear tho matter up so as to relievo
himself, and most suroly ho needs to
t Uo does TiilfittvicitTisKR, Twitfrtlio
generous fairness, it always extends to
an opp.onenf, will glvo him tho benefit
of it. And whether in our opinion ho
clears himself completely or not, what
over vindication or dofenso ho mav
havo will bo given our readors in fuli.
wo join with tho Iiepoiter In saying,
most truthfully, "wo do not want to
misjudge anybody;" but as wo are not
favoring Mr, Majors political profer
ment just now, having, as wo believe,
a better man for our locality and peo
ple, if Mr. Tom Majors places a club
In our hands, wo will break his head
with It if wo can. Wo make our, re
marks in this connection, explanatory
for the. ronBon aa above Indicated that
wo are charged with unfairness, when
our design has been, and is, to give all
the fact, wnd let tho ptjoplo Judgo for
lhmselvs. IX was for this very reason
that wo last week gave thoso lengthy
articles from Ihu Omaha papers, ono
from a Democrat to and tho other from
a Hopublioan standpoint, and each a
leading paper in its party. Now, in
conclusion, we gloj'y in tho name of
'fair play," and bo It romomborod that
no friend or adversary of ours ever
had his defense or vindication sup
nressed by us, If I'urnlshe-J us for pub
lication. We always profer to stapd in
the light and the more light the bettor.
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Tho surviving mombors of ,tho21st
Begimentof Illinois Volunteers,! (ion.
Grant's old regiment, will hold a re
union at Terra Hauto on tho H)th of
September next, at which .Senator
Vorhees lias boon invited to dolivor an
address. It is to be hoped that tho
Hon. Dan. will not maku any refer
ence to "Lincoln dogs with brass col
Jars," or "the unholy war" with which
Mr. Voorhees had no synmathv in
common with the Union army. Wo
doubt not but Mr. Voorhees hns chang
ed his opinions since tho days of mus
tering in tho old Twonty-first Hegi
mont. But tho facts of history and
his open hostility to the Union armies
at that trying period will not clinrtgo,
and until tho Senator asks forgiveness
ho should bo hold responsible for his
acts. Daniol Voorhees was neither a
friend to tho Union soldier nor tho
cause for which ho fought. That la tho
record, and tho past, present and fu
ture all domand it should bo kept open.
Jt Is strango that soldiers, tried and
true, would invito an old copperhead
of tho deepest spots to address them.
Tho temperance pooplo of Lancaster
county aro having a big boom. Thoy
have engaged promihent speakers to
address the people on tho subjects of
tomporanco and politics at overy point
in tho county,
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