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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1882)
30 CARS OF COAL Being received by
POST OFFldE HOURS.
Ktnm 7100 . ' 9 P- in' Sunday, from
U m. to 1 p. m. Farmeu ami ntncrs pic
0. W. lAlRnilOTmiR,J..r.M
THURaDAYtSEl'T. 14, ....
Tuesday was till Hottest.
I'rnit "cans lit Willing Hnw. Jrtr
Notice the ohnngu In r Collins'
Look out Tor .!. . KoniB1 plrii In tin
' other column.
" District burntls In session tills week
llitilteTls selling for 'JO cents u pound
)n this market.
.Poaches sold on our streets this week
.Too Groan's now house is completed
niul ready lor occupancy.
Mr. ThonipMoii I'uxton Is building 11
nitio lenideneo In Nemaha City.
Wo havo not had enough rain hero
for more than a month to lay tho dust.
Messrs. Dillon and Croan arc expect
ing hoino their bettor halves this week.
A" V " your "P" ni"i "nil wr
milA )' " ' y""r ."",,ll,'
Hilly Shanks, our liveryman, Is at
tending the State Fair at Omaha this
Miss Josio Parker, who has beon sick
Willi brain lever, Is slowly convalesc
Mr. Wykes, station agent at this
placo has gone on a visit to friends in
(J. W. Cornell, 11 follower of Hlaek
Btono. Is attending court ut Hrownvlllo
Tho "pralrio schooners" continue- to
vnd their way through Auburn, go
Tho Morohnnts of Tecumseh lmd an
excursion to Hrownvlllo over tho Jl. &
M. Inst Sunday.
hooh In anotlior column for tho
"Regulator," under tho caption of
Wagons and Hugglcs.
OUr now bcIiooI house Is Hearing
Completion, and as soon as dono the
fall term or school will commence.
Dr. West has relltted and refurnished
tho Maxwell property and Is now tak
ing his meals by his own coal oil stove.
Hunk Wert, tho man who "licks pos
tage stamps" at tho postolllco, took a
flying trip to Hrownvlllo Monday, and
"pumped" a hand-car back.
A fellow by tho name of Henderson,
passed through South Auburn on his
way from Kansas to Taiklo, Mo., with
:ir head of as lino stock cattle as we
have seen for some time.
Arthur V. Walsh, tho ubiquitous
knight of trowel and mortar, is put
ting the finishing touches to tho interi
or of the Catholic church, and a
nicer or neater job can not be found in
Last Wednesday there wore eight
wagons loaded with lumber hitched In
front of tho Nemaha County Hank,
bought at tho Chicago Lumber Co.'s
yards, South Auburn, for Mr. Hehrns'
District Ooiitral Committee,
Tho following gentlemen compose
the Congtertslonnl Central Committee:
T. W. J'epoon, Hlohardson,
Win. Itoblnsoii, Harpy.
Church Howe, Nomalm,
A 1 i'i Urdilt, Otoe.
Jus. Steel, Saunders.
H. H. (Jaloy, Lancaster.
C, (J. Horsey, Gage,
(!. A. Holmes, .lohnsoib
,1. S. Iiinn, Pawnee.
K. Nye, Douglas,
The Nebraska City I'risa, Hpaklng
of tho congtertslonnl convention and
tho nomination of Judge Weaver, says:
rim iiiiiniiitiHon was a fairly fought
battle, Mr. Weaver did not enter tho
contest with a largo amount of sup
port, but bis friends sioou ny nun
steadily. He owes his election to
Church Howe, who llrst named Mit
chell who very nearly took tho honors,
and when tho combination failed ho
had tho strength of purpose to give his
Htrength to .ludgo weaver.
Six young southern girls aro taking
a tramn across tho mountains of North
Carolina, on foot, a distance of six or
seven hundred miles, much of It
through wild and uninhabited regions.
They carry hammocks in their knap
sacks and aro ready to camp out at
night. Three aro Virginians and three
aroMarylandorsjtho oldest is twenty
and tho youngest seventeen.
Tho passenger coach was taken oil
of tho H. & M. between Tociiniboh and
Nebraska City on Wednesday. Tim
reason of this dublless Is a scarcity of
coaches on tho main lines at proaont,
in !i....iimmnil!iti. nxcnrsiou names aim
the immense travel to and from tho
State Fair. This may bo all right but
it is te.iriblcon business and the towns
along the line.
There waa a Demo initio convention
in Hrownvlllo last Saturday. They
didn't nominate, but adjourned to meet
again. The .nost pertinent misiness
done by tho convention was tho re
moval of Oapt. .lack Mercer and G. H.
Mooro from the central committee.
They wore the chairman and secretary,
WAGONS AND BUGGIES
ike Chicago Lumber Co., Auburn and Johnson. CHEAP and GOOD.
wuiLiMjmMtMuaiiMuaaumitJunjinmtn .t. - - .
Notices under thU head -"Wanted," "For
Salo,,,"For ltent," etc., fivo cents per line,
T710H SAtiE.-A KOOtl resldolti In Boutlt
JJ Auburn. Apply to II. J. F. Wert &. Co.
MONBY TO LOAN, Wo enn nil oliotco
loitua In ttireo days, Apply to Osborn ifc
IilOHHAIiK. lllnnk DotMA.CImtle? niitl Ileal
! Estalo MortKOKos, UIIU of Hale, Notes, Etc
at TUB A1)VKUTI)KH olllooi
EXTIIA coplos of Tmk AiJVKiiTlsHitfor.'falo'
at the postofilce.
NOTICK. If OU owo us nfiythinit ori
subscription pleaao como in or Betid lii
and pay us. Wo need our luonuy,
1pOH8ALK.-C'loVorIIuyi Call on Mnrnoy
A GOOD nustncsfl lot on Center Avenue,
near hotel .South Auburn, for sulo utionp"
by II, J. F. Wert A Co.
AUTANTHDTO I1IIY. Two uood farms of
YY from 0 tolOOncre. near tho con tor or
Nomalm county. Apply to II. J. F. Wert
jn i. iiuniuiuuu.
HOLD 10TJR HORSES!!
WAGONS ARE ON THE WAY !
And will soon arrive for the
iTfj.jJn t rn.nn.Umi this New Enter-
prise, let me say to my old and new
customers that I shall keep m stock a
full line of the best anal Latest unprov-
ea wagons, owgg urn mm n,. -,
Implements. Ml mho contemplate
buying Wogons or Buggies this fall
will save money oy jiiukuoi uivo
(inn.ll. n.N Twill soon receive
Four cars of Wagons and Buggies,
' and they are all Warranted, and
MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF PRICES.
Stop, Think, Look around before pur
chasing if you wish to make money.
I lOOMH TO HUNT. Four nice rooms In thd
IV Knnllhunr & Kiel lllnnk to Int. Ilntnt,
iannnli1n I? ..... I n i . llnlnlllnA R...O
iviiouunuiui liiiuiiu i.i- A unKjiuuu.
Tho wholo number of immigrants
landed at Castle (iarden during the
month of August was 28,105, as against
.'J3.810 during the same month in 1881,
a falling off this year of r,(175. Tho
total for this year, however, thus far
ls:Jl!l,2.r, as compared witn juu.-hi mr
tho llrst eight months 01 ihhu. an ex
cess In favor of 1882 of :),148.
Thoy had a jubilee something after
tho fashion of tho Indians at Hrown-
vllle Friday night, over tho defeat of
ir'hiii-t'.li ITmvn. Hut (hat doesn't alter
tho fact, howover, that if they will not
vote l'rico s army against mm no can
any day carry Hrownvlllo by a good
A decision by a Missouri court has
just determined that a parent cannot
control a daughter over tho age of 21
against her will. Parents in other
states than Missouri would llko to
know If they can control their daugh
ters at any age.
Our old friend A.J. Tlngloy.of Hrat
ton, laid on our table Wednesday, a
dozen of tho nicest seedling poaches
wo havo ever seen. Tho largest meas
ured 10 li Inches and tho average of
tho lot was about 1) inches.
ALE OF L!V
The undersigned will sell at Public Auction, at Silver Stream Stock
Farm' in Bedford Precinct, Nemaha county, Nebraska, Ten miles north
east of Humbofdt. and Seven miles south-west of Auburn, on
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1882,
. iu m clnrr, fli. fnllnw'inp- nronertv. to-wit;
250 Head of Young Merino Sheep (mostly Lwcs) sold in groups of
10 Head of 2-year old Grade Short-Horn Heifers.
10 Head of 2 and 3-year old Steers.
10 Head of Spring Calves (Grade Heifers).
2 Head of High Grade of Bull Calves.
2 Head of Thoroughbred bun waives, onc a yemmg;.
2 Head of 2-year old Heifers, (Thoroughbreds).
2 Head of Thoroughbred Short-Horn Cows.
One Patent Little Gem Creamer (new).
One Cahoon Patent Broad Cast Seed Sower.
Other articles not mentioned in the above list.
. ,t-vt.t ..i ,n ..i,.,.i, rmxiUannnrii frnTn iiiiru.'iri. Xo resorved or by bids al
lowed At'tho close of tho sale a pair of Good Parin Horses will bo offered for
sale by another party. ... .. f .
TKKMS UV SAUK. All sums unuur ?iu u.iau. " '" -" "" , -
months will bo given, purchaser giving nolo with approved secun y, wi bout in
terest if paid when due. if not paid upon maturity, then said nolo to haw 10
per cent, interest from date of now. A discount of 10 per cent, for cash.
IR. .A.. ST E-W-A-ieT,
SOUTH AUIJUIIN MAIIKKT.
HUKnr Coffro I) IbH 41 00
.SiiRnfCUtolO lbs 1 00
Klour, Glen Hock, per 100 lbs '1 75
Allcn'H a 5(1
" Nemaha Mill " " : W
" HotnowoodH 8 fiO
I'otatocH per bu 25
Applco, Green 50
f' Dried 12 lbs 1 00
Onions per bushel 5075
nitib I't-r imriui 4 v"
CnbbnKO per head !l5
i'-K per ior.on .- vi'Si
liuitor .. .m 'A)
O It A IN StAllKliT,
Wlicnt No 2 C0(Sl7'i
Corn old 50
Cattle S2 26 5 50
Hoks 7 007 50
Andy Davison, (Jeorgo Cross, Tom
Shurtr. and (Jus. Moore drove out to
Mr. A. Horhrns' farm, on tho Muddy,
Tuesday, and helped him raUe his now
barn, and took supper with him. His
barn Is 24x80 feet.
"Uarnoy and Jot," until recently om
iilovitd on thu Hrownvlllo and Phelns
transfer Hue, Is now owned by George
Cross, of this placo. They aro the
heaviest team of draft homes in tho
county, and do not know what it Is to
stall with a load.
No honest man will stop his paper,
or attempt to do so without paying his
subscription in full. Although tho
amount duo may bo small yet tho prin
ter cannot afford well to loBe It. When
you want to stop your paper pay up
and quit even like an honest man
Tho election In tho State of Maine,
Monday, resulted In a glorious victory
for tho wholo Republican ticket, over
the rag-tags, bummers and Democrats
opposed. Tho Inlluenco of Hlaluo con
tributed largely to this result which
lu mwiMior brilliant feather in his
plume. Roblo's majority for governor
will probably exceed 8,000. Tho Ho
publlcahs have gained six senators and
fourteon representatives, giving thorn
u majority on joint ballot.
Af Mm Hminbltcan iudlclal district
convention held at Nebraska City last
Friday, Hon. Church Howe presided.
Tho convention wAs fully attended,
and harmony prevailed excepting tho
usual row amongst the Lancaster dele
gates. J. 11. Strobo, of Cass, Wilson
and Courtney, of Lancaster, and Mur
lin, of Otoe, woro candidates. Mr.
Strobe- wuh nominated on tho second
ballot. Ho is a good lawyer, ot Platts
moiith, and popular where known in
"Wo havo had a six week's drought,
but it came too lato to hurt tho crops,
except lato corn, and there was not
much of that. The average corn crop
will bo much above tho avorago yield.
Hon. F. Sanders, a "comp." on the
Lincoln Journal, camo down to seo his
wifo and friends In Hrownvlllo. Satur
day laHt, paid Auburn a visit Tuesday
and returned to Lincoln Wednesday.
Tho Mallard duck has mado Its ap
pearance In this part of tho country,
niul noon will 1 1 lot voiithfnl niinrods
and amateur spoitstuon bo slaying tho
Cant. H. M. Hallov. accomimnlod by
his brother and family, of Tennessee
and Mrs. W. A. Railoy woro guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Cross, Monday.
Tho foundation for tho largo tank
to bo erected at this placo iB nearly
completed, and soon the engines on the
road will stop hero for water.
Olmrlln Svkes. thn nonnlar elork at
Tom Shurtz' drug store, visited the
family of Dr. McGrew at London last
TaH lTmliliirt. "inlnn bust" of tllO
lloldrege, made a Hying trip to Hrown
vlllo Tuesday last, on nusinoss.
If you want to know whereto trado
and got bargains, read tho advertise
ments in this (taper.
Confederate bonds were recently pur
chased in Richmond at S7.&0 por
Thero aro over :100 sick and wounded
Hrltish troops at thu hospital at Isnmi-lia.
.1. W. GAVITT. Al'ctioskkh.
Tho man who says that Church
Howe is not, above all things, true to
his frionds. is not lit to bo in Nebraska
politics. Tho loyalty of Church Howe
who had It In his power to prevent
the harmonious work of Thursday's
convention in this district, and who
had ample temptation to become a dls
organizer is a matter of record.
Without Church IIowo's help, Weaver
probably could not have ueen nomi
nated. 'Tho manner in which "the
gentleman from Nomalm" handled him
self and tho most faithful followers
that over went into a light withu man.
ihu.u now 'i-inllt to his sairacitv. and es
tablishes for him a character for polit
ical manhood which Is as rare as it is
imhln. Omaha lltnuhllmn.
Tlio above is well said, and ovory un
prejudiced man who was proaont, and
not asleep, will bear witness to its
Now that good times are again upon
iiH.lt Is worth remembering that no
one can enjoy the pleasantestsurround-
im.u if in hail inilMi. There are huti-
dreds of miserable people going about
to-tlav with uisoriioreu hioiuimjii, uvci
or kidneys, when a bottle of Parker s
(Singer Tonic would do them more good
than all the medicines they have over
On or about tho SEPTEMBER lOTil,
Mrs. K. C. White, of Urownvillc,
and Mrs. W. T. Hoed, of Au
burn, will open out at
North Auburn a full
Ladies' Furnishing Goods,
NOTICE OF PROVING CLAIMS.
Estato of Hatnucl F. Ilaclcer, iloceaHed. In
tho County Court of Nemaha county Ne
braslca. Notice Is hereby kI von thatOctobor
Oth. December 25tb, lRS'J, and July lnt, 1KS.I,
at 10 o'clock a. in., of each day, nt the olllco
nf 1. . fniittt Tiiflirn nf X!nmn1in nrtll t v
Nebraska, In Urownvltle, Nebraska, havo
been fixed by the court nn the tlmos and
placo when and where all persons who havo
claims and domandn against said decerned
can havo tho saino examined, adjusted and
allowod, all claims not presented at tho last
mentioned (into twill bo forever barred, by
order of the court.
Dated Roptombor fi, 1S.S2. 13w4
m J. F. Wert $ Co.,
Eeal Estate and
Can furnish you with Good Farms, Im
proved and otherwise In Nemaha coun
ty, and vacant and Improved town lots In
North and youth Auburn and Johnson.
Have also a number or business and reHlden co
houses In Honth Auburn for rent. Can furn
ish blanks or any discretion. Apply at tho
poitolllce, Calvert, Nebraska, we havo
A very desirable resldonce on Carson St.
AKOoddwelltiiKhoiisoon Nemaha street. -Well.Stablouud
othor conveniences on the
One of tho most desirable small residences
In tho city. Good well, trees, etc.
A plcosnnt little dwelling on Maxwell st.
A desirable busluoss lot on Centre Avenue.
Four business rooms favorably located In
Numerous dwellings and suits of rooms In
dlrU-renl parts of town.
Tn connection with this business
there will bo a llrst-class
The crops In Hungary havo been so
productive that thero will bo a surplus
nf ir.ir.n nno centals of wheat and ryo
after deducting tho amount necessary
Compared with last year, they sup
ply of hogs for tho winter marketing
is said to bo 10 to 20 per cent, less , in
all tho states, save Minnesota and A is-
pi.. i mtotitt,, inHiw for tho port of
Chicago during August amounted to
8r00,i.')0.2S. An amount, says tho In
ter Ocean, nover before reached.
Some of tho lowa editors who have
boon sporting themselves in Colorado
woro robbed at Lor.dvllle. Tho rogues
mistook thorn for bank presidents.
(Sen. Howard has taken command of
tho army of the I'latto, in tho absence
of lieu. Crook,
Tho ladies of Nemaha county aro
cordially Invited to call and inspect
II. J. F. Wert has been commissioned
agent for tho Sprlngllold F. it M. In
surance company of Massachusetts,
and will insurn your property from
loss by lire or wind. Yon will find him
at tho postolllco, South Auburn, Nebr.
For r7m PHnus go to Oosa' rooms
North Auburn, lie is permanently
located hero and It is to his interest tu
do good work.
If you want to buy a farm or rent u
I house call on Wert Sc t o.
Hoducod Prices in Meat.
Tho Calvert Meat Market will furn
ish meat from this date at tho follow
ing reduced rates:
Surloln Steak M 9-
Hoillng pelcos trom u to 7c.
llHNHV H.uiM, Prop.
How IjOhI, DRow ttcNtoreri !
luit publiihed. a new edition of DR. CUL
VERWEI.L'S CELEBRATED ESSAY on the
radical cure of Spermatorrhnra or Seminal Weak
nesi, Involuntary Seminal Losiei. Impottncy,
Mental and Phyiiral Incapacity, Impediments to
Marriage, etc. ; alio, Coniumption, Epilepsy and
Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexual extrava
The celebrated author, in this admirable Essay,
clearly demonstrates from a thirty year's successful
practice, that the alarming consequences of self
abuse may be udically cured; pointing out mode
of cure as one simple, certain, and effectual, by
means of which every suuerer, no matter wnai
his condition may be. may cure himself cheaply,
privately, and radically.
rjfjy- This Lecture snouia oe in rne nanai 01
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents ot two
postage stamps. Address Tho Oulvcrwell Med
ical Go., 4 Ann St., New York, N, Y.j post
Ollice Dux, 450,
I Will mall (free) the rvcolpo for a simple
Veiiutnblo Halm that will roinovo tan, frock
le. pimples and blotches, leaving the skin
sort, clear and bountiful; also instructions
for pioducluis a luxuriant strow.M1 r 'J11" ""
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