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6. W. FAIRBROTIIER ft CO.. Proprietor-.
: : NBIJUASKA.
David Campbell, of Hrownvilic, was
in tho city Turmliiy.
Hubert JJryunt'H now liutisc on Plfiur
streut Ih iilmoHt ready for occupancy.
Miss Loulmt Watson, of iirownvillo,
i in tho city, tlio jjucst of Airs. CroHH.
Captain U. M. Uniloy went to Chicago
laat Thuraday, with . lnrge lot of cut
tle. ,J. C. HoURrtel(l,count.v tieasurcr, paid
a llying visit to South Auburn Wednes
day. Mr. C A. Lyman has moved into Mr.
DuitaIi'h ircut little cottage, on Majors
Arthur Vxn lia purchiucd Hi.
.Sttiict7,' t-tisty dwelling and will hooii
Mrs. Simmons is having material
brought on tho ground for her now
Mr. Lyon and Ids assistants have
commenced work ou tho new Catholic
Hank. Wrrt is building a now and
more commodious postoflico than the
one now in use.
lion. Church Howe was in tho city
lat Sunday, looking none tho worse
for his recent illnrss.
Mr. Howard, of Tecumseh, is having
the foundation laid for a new business
house on Centre Avenue.
Mr. Harms has caught tho prevailing
mania for improvement and is putting
an addition ltx-22 to his business
1). 13. Colhapp, of Tocumseh, an old
titno friend of tho Advertiser, and
one of tho best boys in tho country,
was in the city last Sunday.
Mr. Welch, the furniture man, al
ready finds his largo business house too
small for his increasing trade and will
at once build an addition Hx'24.
Tho stock market is on a boom. A
fat hog or steer will bring almost as
much in tho market now as would
a healthy nigger baby before tho war.
A number of our business men are
putting up haudsomo awnings. Mc
(lee & Moore, Willing & Bro., Welch
and others sue adding those useful ap
pendages to their respective places of
A card received from Dr. A. L. Ful
ton states that he has located at North
Canyonvlllo, Douglass county, Oregon.
Tho Doc. says ho is in a mining town,
that is having a boom, and his pros
pectt are good.
S. A. Osborn or Auburn, just as
you please Is in tho ''Deserted Vil
lage" again this week, and as usual, Is
kept busy hunting up tho corners of
town lots. If our village continues to
bo "deiorted" as at present, Steph. will
requiro an assistant.
Tho court in banc is dually heard from,
and Guiteau is refused a now trial, tho
court unanimously alllrmlng judgment
of tho court bolow. Tteod, tho assas
sin's attorney, says ho has another re
sort, which is to apply for a commis
sion de lunatico intnirendo.
Tho smart al'ccks who pretend to
trueo a likeness between our Auburn
and Goldsmith's "Deserted Village" of
the satna name, aro very much off their
base. If handsome dwellings and com
modious business houses springing up
on ovory aldu; additions being added to
buildings already up and found too
Binall for increasing trado; a largo ho
tel dally crowded to Its utmost capaci
ty; a host of busy mechanics; a con
stant stream of travel If all these
things aro Indications of n "doaortcd
village" then wo plead guilty.
Parties employing Dr. Messier need
have no fear of being imposed on, as
is often tho cose, when you employ
traveling dentists, and even those who
protend to bo permanently located. Tho
Dr. has bron a resident of Nebraska for
flevontefen years, and his work is Bcat
Urod over tho country and speaks for
itself. Last weok tho Dr. visited us
for tho first time, and found among our
business men many old friends and pa
tients each having his work of from
four to ten years standing, and each
apeaking a word in his fuvor. Tho Dr.
will visit our town regularly hereafter
onco a month. His noxt visit will bo
South Auburn, June 0 nnd 7, North
Auburn Juno 8th and Oth. Persons
desiring work should call early for tho
Dr.'s time is generally omployod. At
bis last visit he could not wait on half
of his customers.
Tho 'Torchlight makes montlon that
Ilobborts' allldavit, alleging that Lieut.
Gov. Oamos attempted to commit n
85,000 seduction upon him, also impli
cated Church Howo.That'8 true.bnt now
that Hobbertti and his affidavit huvo
been ventilated, it would "ho no moro
than fair play to tho "Implicated" for
the Torchlight to state that so far as
Mr. Howe is concerned Mr. Hebberts
in his answers before tho committeo
fully and clearly exonerated Mr. Howe.
Kobberta sold he never hud a word with
Mr. Howo regarding the bribery ques
tion, and that ho did not intond to im
plicate him in any manner. The Omaha
llcjmblkan, a few days ago, by author
ity of Mr. Kobberta, published a com
plete vindication of Mr. Howe. Uroad
guago journals like our much admired
Tecumsch eotomporury can well afford
to bo just.
Coffiins and Caskets
At Willing SlroH. & Jordan's.
Notice Is hereby given to all whom
it may concern that any and all stock,
of any kind, found running at large on
wheat now growing north of tho for
mer residence of .1. H. Piper, on lands
belonging to Lincoln Laud Co., will lie
taken up and held for damages done to
said crop, until the same is paid, in
strict accordance with tho law.
Dated, Calvert, Neb., May 2d, 1882.
Dr. Joseph Haas'
Hog Eemedy war
ranted to cure for
sale by Nickell &
Tho Slocumb congressional appor
tionment bill, which passed the House
laat week, passed the Sonata Monday
last. TIiIh, tho First district, is com
posed of Richardson, Nemaha, Otoe,
Casa, Sarpy, Douglas, Saunders, Lan-j
caster, Gage, .Johnson and Pawneo.
Tho extra session lias about finished its
J. F. Wykes, station agont bore, has
received notice from D. C. Thompson
that the matorial for the K. V. Rail-,
road oxtoiiBion west will be shipped
to this station. This means "Ho for
Tecumseh! Beatrice and tbo main
lino from Chicago to Denver."
Mrs. A. II. MoGee and Miss Mamie
Carson, of Brownville, wore in the
W. E. O'PELT,
Opiioslto Lumber Yard, Main St.,
Spocial Accommodations for
Horses boarded by the day or week,
and Farmers' teams fod and cared fo
at fair rates.
WHW umM VrWUm
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In plain scliHlauTlopVaa. DrutclitscauflllJ,
Address DR. WARD I. CO., LeuUlcat, Me.
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Irritability of tomper, Low spirits, with
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Weariness, Dizziness, fluttering at the
Heart, Dotsbofore the eyes'. Yellow Hkln,
Headache generally over the right eye,
Hestleisnoss, with fitful dreams, highly
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such enses, ono dose effects surh a change
of feeling its to nstonlsh the sufferer.
They Increase tho Appetite, and cause the
body to Tnko on Flesh, thus thr system Is
onrlihrd. and by their Tonic Artlen on the
Dlicrstlva Organs, Krarnlnr Mtoola are pro
duced. I'flco 25 cents. 33 Murray N. T.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Oray IlAiaonWimKKns chanced to a Glossy
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toy OruKdlsts, or sont by express on rocelpt of tl.
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(Dr. TCTTS MAIC1L of T.ImM. lahnutlM tatV
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AVc WAUltANTcvrrvtlilnarns represented.
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CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
The finest and most complete stock in this county, at the
A splendid assortment e 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 Collins, Caskets and
Trimmings, always on hand and Motal-
ic Caskets furnished 011 short notice.
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The Most MiccubHlllI Keiliedy ever dii
covered, n it U certain in its cllcctt and duel nut
blister. Also excellent lor human flesh. READ
PROOF BELOW From
CGI,. L. T. FOSTER.
Youngstown, Ohio, May loth, 1880
Dr. B.J KENL ALL & Co.. Gents ; I had
a very valuable Hambletonian colt which I prized
very highly, he had a large bone spavin on one
joint and a small one on the other which made
him very lame; 1 had him under the charge ot
two veterinary surgeons which failed to cure him.
I was one day reading the advettisement of Ken
dall s Spavin Cute in the Chicago Express, I de
termined at once to try it, and got our druggists
to send for it, they ordered three bottles ; 1 took
them all and thought 1 would give it a thorough
trial, 1 used it according to directions and the
fourth day the colt ceased to be lame, and the
lumps have disappeared. I used but one bottle
and the 3olts limbs areas free from lumps and as
smooth as any horse ir. the state. He is entirely
cured. The cure was so remarkable that I let two
of my neighbors have the remaining two bc'tlea,
who are now using it. Vary Respectfully,
L. T. FOSTER.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Send address for Illustrated Circul r which we
think gives positive proof of its virtues. No rem
edy has ever met with such unqualified success to
our knowledge, for beast as well as man.
Price $ 1 per bottle or six bottles for $5. All
Druggists have it 0.1 can get it for you, or it will be
sent to any address on receipt of price by the pro
prietors, DR B. J. KENDALL ic CO., Enos
bourough Falls Vt.
Sold by all Druggists.
$T&1 1 For Border Outlaws,
By J. W. Buoll.
The New, Thrilling, and AUTHENTIC
History of the Lives and Wonderful Adventures
of America's great Outlaws,
Tho Younger CfrolherH,
Frank and J ease JamcN,
And their bands of highwaymen, down to the
present moment, including the DEATH OF
JESSE JAMES, and all the late startling and
thrilling developments. Fifty illustrations and
portraits, among which are Jesse James, after he
was shot, and 12 flae colored plates. Interviews
and letters from Cole Younger; the breaking up
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ESTABLISHED IN 185Q
O L r 15 H T
Heal Estate Agency
William H, Hoover.
Door n uenornl Ronl Estate DuhIiicsh. HOlls
Lands on Commlsslou, ox run In en Titles,
makes Deeds, Mortgngos, nnil all Instru
ments pertaining to tno transfer of Ronl Es
Complete Abstraot of Titles
to all Heal Estato In Nemnlin County,
Made and repaired as wrll as oan he done
nnywbere, on short notlco, and
Embloina of Every Description.
Herod to both Merchant and Consumer.
IiAITDRETn'S GAKDEN SEEDS
jpcarrm on their own Farms, OVKR 1,BM
ACRES deYoted to this purpose, are the
HTAITOAKO ITOn QUAMTY, JBf WHOLX-
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moiled to mcrchanU on anulicaUea.
21 &23S. SIXTH ST. PHILADELPHIA
To M. Stowoll:
YOU nro tiorcbynotlfled thnt lot No. four
(4) lu block No. 0110 hundred and tulrty
Uvo(ii!5J. In Peru, Nemnlin, county, Nebras
ka, taxed la the unmoor At. Btowell, was on
tlie.'ltli dnyuf July, 1880, hoIiI at private salo
for tlie delinquent tuxes for llio yenrti 185,
1870, 1877, on a 1878, ninouiitlriK to S3.00, and
that the purchaser paid the Iuxuh of 1870,
lunountliig to 4a con IB. July VXnli, 188U, nnd
tlio tuxcH of 18S0, niiiountltiK to W cuntH,
April 'J7tli, 1881, tho taxes or Ib81. uinountlng
tb ai cents, April 8th, I(s82 Unless snld prop
erly Is redeemed from said tnx snlc on or bo
ore August llltli, 1882, the undersigned will
upply tor nnd receive a tax deed thcrelor.
Dated May 81, 1H82.
DAVID . RANDALL,
Owner or said certlllcute, by Ills agents, Os
born & Taylor. 4tiw3
In District court of Nemaha oounty, No
bras It a.
In the matter of tho chnngu of the names
of Calvert and Sherldau.
JOTICK is hereby given that a petition Is
IX now on tile In tlio District court olbuld
county, signed by two-tlilrds majority or
tho legal voters of the town or Calvert, In
snld county, praying thnt tho name of CiU
Vort bo changed to Auburn and consolidated
with Sheridan, under such name, lu accord
ance with the allegations and terms or said
. And tho flnnl hearliiK ol the mntters and
facts set.bp lit said. petition Is set for I lie 3d
day or Julie, 1882, at District court room, in
Lincoln, lu Lnncaster county, Nebraska, at
U o'clock a. m at which time uud place oil
persons interested will appear and contest
Dated May 2d, 1882.
OSBORN A TAYLOR, ,
Idwl Ally's lor Petitioners.
Two stray horses, taken up n tho farm
of John 80dm an 11, on the IO1I1 of Fob. 1882.
inscription, 0110 bay mare, with white spot
on Kircht'ud. Ono black mnre colt. Tho own
er will pk-iinu tako notice and coiini and pay
for keeping, or they will bo sold, according
t" law. JOUN HOOMANN,
Elk Creek, Johnson Co., Neb.
To C. Ilouohltia and Mary Ilouchlns:
You nro bereby notified that iliu following
described real entuto, to-wlt; The undivided
(our-nlnths (4 II; of tho south halt or the
nortliwestquariorol seollon28, township fl
north of range 13, coutalulng thlrty-tlvu and
55-100 (35 55-luO) neres, altuatwl In Nemaha
couhty, Nebraska, and taxed In tho nn 111 oof
O Houiihlns. wnson the llth day ni April.
Ib77, sold at prlvatosale for tho delinquent
taxoHor lt'CJ, 1873, 1874 nnd 1873, amounting
Also thh taxes of tho yeara ls76, 1877, 187U
and JrjSO have been pnld by tho undersigned
sutifcequeni to purohaao. And the time or
rfdetpption will expire on the 10th of August
Dated Nemaha oounty, Nebraska? May
M. 1882. PETER HERLET,
Owner or said ccrtlfloato, by bis agents,
I5w3 OsnoitN it Tayi.oh.
I. W. SKILLMAH, PROPRIETOR.
Beat place in the city to get n uqimre
"JUST LET ME SHOW YOU"
DIC. I'OOTK'S 9
HAND-BOOK OF HEALTH HINTS
And JU-udy Jlelrn,
"Worth 5. roet 2flo.
tl) th tuthnr of
"Tlain Homk Talk" and "Midi
cal Common Siksic."
IOQ I'AiRSr AiKlt,b.nt D.llr 11.1 Hi
" O mi.l i.wjp.i (or Curt u Cvuiuxn All.
m.Tit. Rvalunbi. bVo(lt.r.tei. fur ttirr
r.mlly. Onl) 28 nnu kjr intll, 'trM.
It,. Ilnn.1 Ikii. ci'iitalai rh.jl.rt i llj.
flen. fur ll .nni, Cixuiu.n S.n. . C.u
mm lll.,lljplnlt Cur.th. M.nr.., How I.
AroM UiiJ..lrbl. thll.lr.n, Kn.cki WerlU
Knowlnt, Hint, cm llMblny, ou ICTliijr Uk
Sick, on rmrrytDtlri, lllul, for Vr(ni.Bt
Women, (oy.lh.r with oiu. of tb Trlvat.
Frinul of Dr. Foots, ant ollitr liilcl.a.
of nigh rtputo, aitil (llrwtlon, f.r pr.t irlnc
fooJ lor lnlln. OrAUKIUS WANlfcU.
Murray Hill PaWishlng 0o.,
123 East 23th Otriat, .Tiw Torz Citj.
PUDflMIP DIREASCS crnEDt New
Li Ii fl LI II I Lb 1-tlie mufkul out by that
wiiiiwiiiu )IWbtr .Miimlur Ixxik on medical,
yslal nnd soxunl sclciicti vulix Homk Talk and
.Mkuicai, Common 8enk. Kmrly 1,000 parrs, Ito
illiwtnitlonj; liy Dr. R U. Koto. Vuruhascm r tn
titlol to f roo cnnBultiitlon, either tn iwreon, or by liinil.
A $J.'J5boolc nvlucwl to ll.M. mikklnir It tho C-JIKAI'K.ST
Hook In tlio Enoi.isu or UlcnuAN LanKiuiKc. IB men
Contents TnulP free. Wo nl tcrft f rco snmiilua of
UlL I'OOTK'S Hkai.th SIOSTIILY with Ikt of nearly
KjOiiruinlnms; COcvnMn txir. e
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