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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1882)
30 CARS OF COAL Being received by the Chicago Lumber Co., Auburn and Johnson. CHEAP and GOOD.
POST OFFICE HOURS.
From 7:00 a. nit lu 9 p. m. Sundays, (torn
t i in. in 1 p. ni. Farmert and others please
O. V. FAlRHROTHRR, J ,l M.
THURSDAY, SEPT. til, 1882.
(ieoil bye. summer.
, Vvwa Wlictt Urillti by I). Ciimiibull,
M. A. Ortborn, of HrownviUe, wan
ruglstwwl at tin) llolrirojre Wednemluy.
Tho Hupiiblinaii Ht:it convention
Convened at Uniiiliu yo.-Uoidiiy tit 1 ::iu
MrH.loM. I). (Jroan nud Mrs., Albert
Dillon arrived at homo from their vifdt
to the oast on Tlnumlily last.
David Campbell bus moved Ills Im
plement bouso to North Auburn. Ho
luiH a full stock of everything l Ida
Misses Anna and (Jraee Glasgow, two
(jliarmliiR young ladles of North Au
burn, enlivened the parlor at tho Ifol
ilrefe last Tuesday afternoon.
Dillon & Oroan bavo sold their drug
store. What business thoy will now
engagis in we do not know, but hope
they will remain citizens of Auburn.
Wantkd Thu undersigned desires
to rout a farm of about 100 acres
well Improved. Tho host of references
furnished. 0. I. Wii.som,
l-hv2 South Auburn, Nob.
Misses Kiln Jveedy and JSuuimEckor,
of Dmighis preeinet, bavo bought out
the, millinery stock of Mrs. Miller and
will continue tliu business at the old
Titus & Williams, Nemaba City, are
now receiving a very large invoice of
fall goods mid groceries. C.ill and see
their nice goods and have your bills
(Hied as cheaply as at any house in the
(jco. W. Berlin, well - known In
tho county and a jolly good boy, now
traveling for grocery bouse of John A.
'JTolinan & Co., of Chicago, was In town
Wednesday of last week supplying ouv
merchants with goods In bis line.
Wo suppose If Strobe doos not get
-.tho district attorneyship, bo will bo
:. given a surveyor's contract to heal his
wounds and heal bis pocket. aYeiiwa
flat City Ntivn,
0, certainly -but don't worry about
;j8trooo. ITo'll got thoro, all tho same.
' Mr. John Strain and bis daughter,
Miss Mary, wore In Auburn Wednes
day, and gave tho Advkrtibku a pleas
ant call. Miss Mary will teach the
Hillsdale school, beginning soon. She
taught there a former term or two.
and wih uvell likod by scholars and
Amos Whitlow camo to town Mon
day drunk, or got drunk after ho came,
kicked up u row with Roberts in his
restaurant and was put out. After
which I Hi drew 11 knife with which to
carve Uolterta. and Lorn. Cummings of
tlc Paris HTotiun, in attempting to hold
li-im reoeivi'fi a kick in tho stomach
llmt doubled him up ltko a jack-knife,
jolte'd the winflfrei his breathing llx
ingaaud lie was carried out; but soon
recovering, bo wont home cogitating
upon tho liutigers of fooling around the
.heels of ft jackass. Kd. Wert then nr-Q-ostoil
Whitlow, took him to Urown
viUe, brought him back, took him lie
i'oro Fowler, J. 1., who let him go on
his'fersonal recogulcaKco, until tbo
:2nd, wbon if 'lie mipeors, ho will have a
Three car loads of wngons just re
ceived by David CutapbelL
.iton tbo iflth infit, Gen. Wolsoley led
.'bis forces against did "Egyptians, and
3iis plan was ho vrel rande aicd execut
ed tfotki'tbeiiosts of AraW wetu nearly
-arniilfilateQ. "The fortlficatioua wero
stormed and Ottariud by tbo ttavonet,
and with fluchrtkill.andictrtipidity that
thosn nutflliuM, fted lTkttrror-urlokcn
sheep. And about nit the ammunition,
arms and artillery in thnic defense
M'ttrks, five miles long, vrtsre captured.
Arnbi showotl his cowardice wly in
the 'engagement by jumplug tulo a
railway engine and pulling e( to sufo
tyunttflrR. WtflaeJey attacked l(ut 4
o'clock in the mornmg, utterly mir
prlslng ArlA,aml before l3'dftck all
-of Arabl's lU'Bky rabble were eUhor
prlsnuerH, dad-or 4lying, and tbo war
in Egypt virttially tutded. Woltjpley'H
attack was covered by darkness bo
:ause ho dirt not -want to exposo his
aoldiars to tho terrible slaughter winch
would bavo been inevitable in storm
ing those breastworks and other forti
fUcutions by daylight. Ho led his men
iuitly without a yell tr gnnshot to
Sflve wurnlng of Ms approach, up to
nud over the sandy embankmente, and
lieffiui bayoneting th unwary Aralw
lefor tlmy had time to know precise
ly what was up. And tbnt'H what
reared them o. We Uko tho style of
VToUelfljr, and concludo ho wouM be
almighty hard to get away with as to
big fighting and (inal grand results.
And later reports say Arabl is u prisoner.
Mis. C'roau and Mrs. Dillon vrcro
gone to their old borne, at Anderson,
Ind during tho groator part of August
and September, and arrived bnck to
Auburn on Thursday last. During tho
absenco of the ladles Mr. t'wmn went
to woik and had, as many vote it, the
handsomest residence in tbo city built,
for a surprise present to bis wlfo upon
her return. He did his wotk well and
successfully, having the bouse finished
completely', and furnished before she
returned. We have an idea that Mrs.
Croun knew nothing of tbo pleasant
fliirjuiKi! tliut would gladden the heart
of wnv lady -that awaited her, for al
though they received the Advkktibku
regularly while on their visit, tlny saw
not a word In It regarding Mr. Groan's
scheme. Ho bad forbidden us to say a
woid about it. Wo can now say what
we please about it, and certainly con
gratulate Mr. and Mrs. Croun for their
beautiful and pleasant home. On Mon
day they threw open their doors and
received their friends, which numbers
Amongst other things done at the
district court last week, Anthony
Cloyd, tho colored boy who raped old
Mrs. Copcluml was sentenced to ten
years in the penitentiary. He plead
guilty is only 17 years old.
fliggins, for burglary at Brock some
time ago, w.iut up for a year.
deeper vs. M. 1'. H. K. for dnmages
to bis laud by reason of said road run
ning through it received $-':(). .1. C.
Denver, in a similar case, received no
verdict Jury couldn't agree. The
award by the commissioners to Denser
was db'O. Judging from tho testimony,
all ot which wo beard, bo will not bo
likely to get that amount, by law. The
attorneys for plantiffs were O.sborn &
Taylor and O. J. Stowe)l, and they
stood by their clients energetically and
ably. ITon. J. h. Webster, of Omaha,
was for tho railroad. Jle is a slick
one, in every sense of word.
On tbo 14th Inst., tho bourbons of
Nebraska met at Omaha and nominated
the following state ticket: For gov
ernor, .7. Storllng Morton, of Otoe;
llout.-govornor. .1. F. War nor, of Dako
ta; secretary of state, ChunesJ. Howl
by, of Saline; treasurer. Peter D. Stur
rtoviint, of Filmore; attorney-general,
.1. C. Crawford, of Cuming; auditor,
Charles Leech, fit. .lohuson; commis
sioner of public lands mid buildings,
Henry Urebe, of Douglas; superintend
ent of public Instruction, (Jinnies A.
S. Pierce, of Platte; regent of tho
university. Ike Hurku, of Lancaster.
Uugglcs and Spring Wagons for sale
by J). Campbell, North Auburn.
Our esteemed young frioud Hugh C.
Stokes and Miss Kiunio Stevenson, all
of Nemaba precinct, wero quietly mar
ried by ltov. U. J. Johnson, Tnursday
evening, Septombor It, J8SL. Doth
Parties wero well-known and very pop
ular witli the young people of this vi
cinity, and tbo Advkiitiskk joins with
a host of other friends In wishing
Hugh and Ids fair hridn a long life of
happiness and prosperity.
Church llowo was not given his (list
naiuo as a joko on tho church triumpli
ant. Nebraska City News.
And tho present Democratic candi
date for governor was not given his
improved middle name as a joko en
tirely. .1. Htcalint; lias merited that
cognomen.by many a trick in filling his
own pocket. There is something in a
naiuo after all.
Mrs. Dr. A. L. Fulton'is in the city
visiting with her sister, M rs. Ed. Wort
Tom .Jones, a popular youiiij carpen
ter of this place, recently purchased of
Chns. Cottrell a half interest in his
hotel on Maxwell street. It looks
rather suspicious to seo two unmarried
men investing in a house that would
just tit two families nicely.
Mrs. J. W. Kerns started for homo
last Tuesday, coming by the way -of
Omaha, where she will make a short
ylBit with somu of her friends, reach
ing Auburn tho lattor part of tho
week, Tho gloomy look is slowly pass
ing from tho face of .1. W.
Persons having farm to rent, or
pornons wanting to rent farms, will do
well to put their business in D. .1.
"Wood's hands, who has applicants for
The baso ball club that gets away
with all of em South of Omaha, is com
posed of some farmer boys out at
Johnson, Nemaha county, Nebraska.
Miss Nettio Stokes accompanied by
her cousin, Miss Nannie Simmons, of
St. Joseph, was In town shopping last
"Viola," our new continued story
commenced last weok, Is one of the
host, as all our story readors will agree
after thoy bavo rend it.
Hon. G. It. Shook, was doing some
surveying for farmers in tho neighbor
hood and called at Auburn Tuesday.
"Wm. Mattheisen started last Monday
on business trip to Cawkor City, Kau
nas. Tho Johnson County Fair oponod at
Tecumseh, Wednesday this week.
Mrs. August Strooker returned from
Humboldt last Tuesday evening.
A full lino or Wagon Wood Work
by J). Campbell.
STOP AND READ
EVERYBODY IS HAFF1T
BECAUSE THE HARVEST IS OVER
And GEORGE RIECHERS
With His Mammoth Slock of
CLOTHING, GROCERIES, ROOTS,
rO-LA-SSWLiaiE A.3ST3D IsTOTIOIsrS.
It is an undisputed fact that CASH buys the goods of GEOEGE
.RIECHERS cheaper than of any other merchant west of Chicago.
And sec that mammoth stock at
"SOUTH AUBURN, NEBRASKA.
Once more wo hnvo tho ploasuro of
ringing the hymenial bulls. The parties
of whoso marriage wo just received
the news are, Mr. William Wager and
Miss Frances Kollicr, both of Uedford
precinct, who weie married yesterday
at the residence of the bride's parents.
Tho ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Mr. Lawler, and was at once sol
emn and impressive. Tho discourse
tendered by tho Rev. gentleman on tho
occasion was lengthy and consisted in
well-selected words of advice which
wore duly appreciated by all present.
Extensive preparations wore made by
tho friends of botli parties for a sumpt
uous dinner and tho wedding cake
which was ordered from Drownvillo,
was the nicest and most delicious that
could bo procured. Many friends and
well-wishers of the happy couple were
present and tbo wodding gifts wore
numerous and valuable. Tho dav was
spout in fun and merriment, and in
the evening tho newly married couple
took tho westd)ouud train on tho H. &
M. to spend their honeymoon in a land
"where angels sing and all is love."
Ho extend to tho parties ourcougratu
lations and best wishes, wishing thorn
a long, happy life, and hoping their
brightest anticipations will ono day
find a happy realization.
Murder was performed on our. streets
Tuesday. There was a pistol sho ,and
Jim Buokloy was seen poking a smok
ing pistol into his pocket. His victim
fell and expired without a word. A
crowd gathered round and gazed sol
emnly on the deceased, tho dark blood
absorbed by tho dusi, and the little
round bole above tho right oyo from
which tho brains oozed, and sonio one
remarked that it was a good shot, and
Jim ought to be a awarded a chromo.
It was a yellow slut. Wo resign the
further consideration of tho subject to
some of our poots.
Now that good times are again upon
us, it is worth remembering that nu
ono can enjoy the pleasantest surround
ings if in bad health. There are hun
dreds of miserable people going about
to-day with disordered stomach, liver
or kidneys, when a bottle of Parker's
(linger Tonic would do them more good
than all the medicines they have over
S. A. Osborn, Esq., (!.W. Fail-brother
sr. and jr., went out Wednesday to see
tho Tecumseh fair.
Reduced Prices in Moat.
The Calvert Meat Market will furn
ish meat from this date at tho follow
ing reduced rates:
Surloin Steak 12 J cts.
Round " 10 "
Roast 8 "
Chuck 10 "
Rolling peices from Oc to 7c.
Henky IIakm, Prop.
Pull up ttio wtckol unci llio ntnko,
Put by lue nmllot unci tho bull;
No mora oroquul will bo plnyod OiU jreart
If getting too late In U10 mil.
M. P. Ilanagan, attorney at law, is
tho authorized agent for tho Anvicu
n&r.K at Nemaha City, and will receipt
moneys paid him on subscription and
Wednesday morning was quite cool,
nnd excepting the Buperabundanco of
dust,;the weather is very pleasant.
Newton, Schultler, Studebakor nnd
Mitchell wagons for sale as cheap as
any house lu the state, by Campbell.
Notices umlor this IhmuI "Wanted," "For
Snlo," "For Kent," etc.,-ttvo cents per Hue,
J70 It HA LIS. A good rcHldenro lu South
J Auburn. Apply lo II. J. F. Wert A Co.
MONBY TO LOAN. Wo ciiu 1111 cliolro
Ioriih In three duyH. Apply to OHburn &
JTIOUHALK. -Ulnnlc DeedH.Chnttel nnd Kent
I Kutnte Mortmies, IIIIIk of Hale, Notuo, Ktc.
HI lllK ADVKHTISKU nlllcc.
EXTilA copies of Tliu AnviiltTisiuiforHiilo
III thO pDNUllIlce.
NOTICB.-If OU owe UH iinytlilng on
HubHcrlptlnn plenno eoino lu or send In
nnd piiy us. We lined our money.
FOUSALB.-Cloverllny. Call on Hnrney
OOOI) HukIuprr lot on Center Avnnun,
iienr hotol.Houth Auburn, lor snlu cheap
by II. J. F.Wert & Co.
WANTBDTO IIUY.-Two Rood farms of
fioin hll to ISUiiereN. near the cenler of
Numrtlin county. Apply to II. J. F. Wert J:
Co., at postotltce.
HOOMHTO ItBNT. Four nice room's In the
Ftihllngrr & Kiel block to let. ItteM
reiiNounblu. Kiuiulro at I'ostolllce. 5w3
SOUTH AUI1U11N lAUKKT.
SuKnr Cotreo II 11m $1 00
HUKiir"C"fl toll) lbs 1 00
Flour. Qleu Hock, pr 100 lbs :i 75
" Allen's ' " 3 so
" Nemnlia Mill " " ;i m
" Homnwoods ' 3 go
Potntoes per tm .,
Apples, (Jrcon 50
' Dried 12 lbs 1 00
Onions por busbel 507."i
Halt per burrel 2 00
CnbbiiKO per bend a5
1Ckh per dozon yi
Whent No 2 fi072
Corn old 50
"JO - i)
fJnttlo S2 255 50
Hs 7 00f7 5(1
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WORKMAN AND MUSICIAN.
Call on or Address
G. M. BARNES.
AUBURN and TECUMSEH, NEBH.
ESTABLISH EI") 18 7 0.
Mnufjctutcrs of the Conover Bro't
Patent Uoright Pianos,
And Wholesale Agents for
and Haines Pianos.
Publishers of Music 1 f Jobbers In Musical
and Mucic Books, Merchandise,
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED. SEND
013 Main Street, KANSAS CITY, MO.
THIS ! !
Que ens ware,
notice of proving claims.
I tint Pan ttr rVtt r x?,v..... 1... -.-.... .
lirilNKll. Nnttnn lu horohi irlirnn Mint Kn.
Dili, December th, ISS'J, nnd July lnt, 1K8.I.
1.1. ivii uim.iv 11, in.. 111 uuun liny, ill inn OUICO
of the County JikIko of Neinntin countv,
Nebriinkft, In Hrownvillo, Nabriwkn, hnvn
been llxeit by tbo court nu tbo times nnd
Ilno when nnd wlioro nil person who bnvo
clnlrnH nnd domiuulh nunlnHt xnld riereinicil
citn ImvutliPKuino oxuinliiKd, nilluKled nnd
nllowod. nil clnliim not proton ted nt lb InM
incnltouod dntolwlllbo forevor bnrred, by
order of tho court.
John 8. Stum.,
., County JihIkc
Dnted Soptombor 8, 18S2. lUwl
H. J. F. Wert $ Co.,
Real Estate and
Cnn furnish you with Good FarniK, Im
proved and otherwise lu Nuinuliiv coun
ty, nnd vacniit and Improved town lotH lu
North nnd South Auburn and JoIiiihou.
bonnes lu Houth Auburn for rent. Can iiirn
IhIi bhtuks of liny dlHcrlptlon. Apply ut tho
potollce, Col ert, Nobrnuku. We have
A very deslrublo rculdonce on Carson St.
A ffood dwelling houtio on Nemahn Htreel, -Well,
Htnblo and other conveniences on tho
One of tho most desirable mnall rusldcuce"
In the city. Good well.treeH. etc.
A pleasant little dwellltiK on Maxwell nt.
A de.slrablu buNtuess lot on Contro Avonuo,
Four buNlneHH rooms favorably located in
NumcrouH dwelling nnd sultB of rooms In
dltlereut parts of town.
Ho tv liONl, How ItcMtored !
Just published, a new edition of DR. CUL
VERWEI.L'S CELEBRATED ESSAY on the
radical cure of Spcrmatorrha-a or Seminal Weak
ness, Involuntary Seminal Losses. Impotcncy,
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to
Marriage, etc, ; alto, Consumption, Epilepsy and
Fits, induced by self indulgence or sexual extrava
The celebrated author, in this admirable Essa,
clearly demonstrates from a thirty year's successful
practice, that the alarming consequences of self
abuse may be ladically cured; pointing out mode
of cure as one simple, certain, and effectual, by
means of which every sufferer, no matter what
his condition may be. may cure himself cheapl),
privately, and radically,
fl65T This Lecture should be in the hands uf
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 The Oulvorwell Med
ical do., 4 Ann St., New York, N. Y. ; post
Office Box, 450,
Thondvertldor having been permanently
cured of that dread disease, Consumption, by
a tilniplo remedy. In uiixIouh to innko known
to IiIb fellow sulfererK tho tho meauH of euro
Toull whodcxlro It, he will nond n copy of
tho prescription used, (fren of charge,) with
J ho directions for preparing nnd UKlnK tho
ame, which they will find a sure euro lor
courIih, colds, consumption, asthma, bron
chitis, etc. Parties wishing tho prescription
will please address, Itev. K. WlUou, 101 renit
Htreot, Williamsburg!!, N. Y.
wh Tf IrouUM with Lo'Corrherj
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