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AUBURN, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1882.
VOL, 27, NO. 4.
OLDEST PAPER IN THE STATE
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Have Just Received
And 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 & EBERLY, North Aubuip, Nebr.
Summer Styles ! e
J AN IMMENSE
Star Clothing House.
Clothing Equal to Custom Work!
BooIn and Suoch of Every Variety!
Lndlert' Fine SIiooh a Specialty!
Nobby Soft and Stiff Hats!
Elegant Furnishing Goods !
Trunks and VallscH by the Hundred !
HURLBXJT, Tecumseh, Nebraska.
T II. BROADT,
O Attorney tad Counselor at lnr,
T S. STULL,
V. ATTORHnrs AT LA.1V.
OOlceof County Judae, Brownvlllo, Nobrk.
A S. HOLLADAY,
ii.i Physician, 8 ar(aon, Obitctrlolstn.
Qradustodln 1831. Located In BrownvlllelSM.
Mnice.41 Main street, Brownvlllo, Neb.
"" b. tTwttlW.
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFICE. Nickell & Shurti' Drug Store.
CORODEN L. SWAItTZ, M. I),,
Physician and Surgeon,
Bedford, Nemaha Co., Nebr.
D. J. WOOD,
Lightning, Fire and Wind
G. W. CORNELL,
ATTOltA'Elf .AT X.fr IP,
OFFICE. One door North of the Nemaha
County Bank. Will practice in all the Courti
and attend to Collection..
Mode and ropnlrod on woll ns onn bo done
anywhere, on short notice, and
VERY REASONABLE TE11MS.
Nemaha City, Nobr.
G. W. FAIRBROTHER, SR.
Will pay attention to
C O NVE Y ANCING
And Land Agenoy Business.
And taking Depositions Hlonk Deed
MortRoges, and all .oru of blank? on hand'.
ESTABLISHED XN 18S8
Real Estate Agency
William H. Hoover.
Dom a general Real Eatate Ilmlneas. Belli
Lands on Commission, oamlnes Titles,
raakea Deeds, MortgagM, and nil instrul
ments pertaining to the transfer of Ileal Kb
tato. Has a
Complete Abstraot of Titles
to all Rial Estato In Nemaha Count?,
SUCCESSORS TO S. H. MADDY,
an Immense Stoqfc of Drugs, Stationery,
summer oiyies :
STOCK AT THE
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
H, J. F. WERT & 00.
Oan furnish yon with Good Farms, 1
provea anu oworwiso in jNomnnn c
y, 'Ma vacant nnat.imprrt'3-y-'a)
North and South Auburn and Job
Hay a also a number of buslnoss and resldo
houseH in South Auburn for rout. Can furn
ish blanks of any dlsorlptlon. Apply at tho
postofflco, Calvert, Nebraska.
Dr. A. Oppermann,
Physician and Surgeon,
Hat been located in Nemaha County since
lS6S. Strict attention paid to all ACUTE and
CHRONIC DISEASES. Afllictloni of the
Ear and Eye Skillfully Treated.
"Artificial eyei always on hand to"a
Suit any tize or color. Calls at
tended to day or night
OFFICE Northwest corner Court and Second
RESIDENCE Southwest corner Main and ad
Streets, SHERIDAN. NEB. aoyi
I. W. SKILLMAN, PROPRIETOR.
This popular house has boon re :ently
opened.and travelers will find
overy appointment (lrst-class.
Fresh Bread, PiesXakes,
Etc., always on Hand.
Best Cigars in the City.
49 Remember the nlnco-on tho corner,
south of the Holdrexe House.
S. A. Osborn,
. W. Tayloi
Osbobn & Taylor,
Counselors at Law.
Galrert and Brownville.
PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FED
Diecisl attention given t collections and site (
j. b. kelsey, p, p. btakin,
I T V i .m a a
BANK OF AUBURN.
18 NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
And offorH Us Sorvlfjes to tho
Citizens of Auburn
For the transaction of ally, Business In
tho line ry '
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fifty Entered at the PoitofliteVi South Au
burn, Nebraska, as Second Class matter.
Republican State Convention.
Tho Republican Electors of tho
State of Nebraska are hereby called to
send delegates from tho several coun
ties to meet in State Convention at
Omaha on Wednesday, September 20th,
A. p. 1882, at 7 o'clock p. m for the
purpose of placing in nomination cand
idates for the following named otllces,
Secretary of State.
Commissioner of Public Lands and
And to transact such other business
as may properly come before the con
vention. Tho several counties aro entitled to
representation in tho Stato Convention
as follows, based upon tho vote cast fer
Isaac Towers, Jr., in 1881, for regent
of the State University: Giving ono
delegate to oach ono hundred and fifty
(150) votes, and ono delegate for the
fraction of soYonty-five (75) votes or
over; also one dclegato at largo for each
I. nn ens tor
M mil son...
It is recommouded? First That no
proxies bo admitted to tho convention,
except such as aro hold by poraona re
siding in the counties from which the
proxies aro given.
Second That no dolegato shall rep
resent an absent member of his dele
gation, unless ho bo clothed with au
thority from the county convention, or
. ,dHBk BB U -i
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is in possession of proxies from regu
larly elected delegates thereof.
By order of Bepublican Stato Cen
Jamics W. Dawiw, Chairman.
Piret DIatriot Oongroeslonal Oonvontion,
Tho Bopubllcnn Electors of tho First
Congressional District of Nebraska aro
hereby called to send delegates from
tho several counties to meet in Con
gressional District Convention, at Ne
braska City, on Thursday, September
7th, A. D. 1882, at 7 o'clock p.m., for
tho purpose of placing in nomination
a candidate for member ot Congress
from 1st Congressional District, and to
transact such other business as may
properly coino before the convention.
Tho .several counties uro entitled to
representation in trio convention as fol
lows, based upon tho vote cast for Isaac
Towers, .Jr., In 1881, for ttegont of tllo
Stato University, giving ono delegate
for each ono hundred and fifty
(150) votes, and one dolegato for tho
fraction of noventy-flvo (75) votes, or
over; also, one delogato at largo for
COUNTIES. 2 "COUNTIES. g
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IttolutrdHOii 158.1 II Otoe 1577 ""ll
Nt-mulia nil) lH'w iai.' 12
I'liwiice 1117 VSumulttrN uul 10
JohiiNnu 1148 DHurpy 409 4
Uiiko 1720 12 Douglas VW 18
l.unriiHtor.... 2-S40 18
It is recoiiimondod : First Tlmr, nn
proxy bo admitted to the convention,
except such aB aro held by porsons ro
siding in tho counties from which tho
proxies aro given.
Socond That no dolegato shall rop
reHont an absont member of hlw dele
gation unless ho bo clothed with au
thority from the county convention or
is in i)o83CBsion of proxies from regu
larly elected delogates.
IJy order of Republican State Cen
.Tajiks W. Dawks, Chairman.
John Stkkn, Sec'y.
On Saturday Air. Henry Harm, pro
prietor of tho Calvert Moat Market,
was rested and arraigned before Jua
loo JLAiin., h clirgtrof violating
tho Sloo!tfosvrho offonso
pharged was the selling of a bottlo of
boor to ono Wm. Farlow aomo tlmo
ago, with Farlow and Ed. Miller as
witnesses for the prosocution. Messrs.
Stowoll and "Wosloy Dundas appoared
for tho prosocution, and Osborn and
Cornoll for tho dofonso. After hearing
all the ovidonco the justice decided that
it was not Htilllcient to bind the priso
ner over, and ho was released. Tho re
sult of this trial gives universal satis
faction, for it was generally bolioved
that the prosocution was malicious and
wholly unwarranted. Tho only regret
is that there was no law which would
compel Farlow to pay the costs.
I would announce to tho farming
community that I havo permanently
located at North Auburn for the pur
pose of engaging in the grain businoss.
I now liayo in course of erection a
steam elevator, which will bo completed
and ready to rccoive grain AugiiHt 1st.
Our facilities for handling all kinds of
grain are unequaled at any point in the
county. I will uso tho old-tried and
reliable Fairbanks Scales, pay tho high
eft market price for grain, and guaran
tee nattufaction in every particular,
lw Geo. V. Cram.
Harry Cowells, of whom tho ladies
spoak as ono of tho most gentlemanly
conductors on tho Ii. & M. road, spout
Sunday In our city. Tho ladion aro
emmlnontly correct In their opinion of
Harry, for he is certainly an accommo
dating conductor and would as soon
help an old and cripplod lady on and
olT his train as a young and guithing
Work on the IJ. & M. extension west
from this placo has been progressing
very slowly from tho fact that it has
been impossible to get men to lay track.
Twenty-one men arrived in thia oity
Monday evening, and were immediate
ly taken to the front. Tho work will
now bo pushed along at tho rate of ono
mile per day.
It is authentically reported that flvo
hundred mon and teams aro camped on
the lino of tho Republican Valley rail
road botwoon Tecumseh and Wymore,
ready to begin work on the 15th of this
month. When that oxtonslon is finished
as it will bo in all probability this fall,
Auburn will bo on a direct lino from
DonYor to Chicago.
Tho Virginia tobacco crop Is reported
in very bad condition.
Good wcathor for crops.
Mason's fruit jars nt Render's ; quarts
$l.2&, half gallons 91.50.
Missouri river still on tho boom but
falling a little.
RuHlnoss in the city is on the in
crease. The prospects for good crops
has a salutary intluenco on uusinoss.
D. A. Morton, our principal dealer
In agricultural machinery, has sold an
Immense amount of that kind of goods,
including a number of solf binders.
Henry Williams, of Titus & Wil
liams, is quite unwell at tho homo of
his parents In this county. Wo wish
him a speedy restoration to good
Go to Uendor's for choice goods of
A good milk cow for sale by Mrs. M.
J. Clark, Nomaha City. Seo Habo El
liott. A number of can of hogs wore
shipped from hero this week.
Dr.B. Roll Andrews while visiting
the family of Church Howe, profes
sionally, a fow days ago, broke nn axle
of his buggy, and when we met him he
was making his way homeward with a
wheel improvised out of a polo, and
taxing his originality to some extent
In ovolvlng words and sentences de
cidedly unorthodox. Rut any one, es
pecially a phllosophor, who spout two
or threo yoars a prisoner at Anderson
vllle, ought to endure such an Insignifi
cant mishap as tho breaking down of a
buggy with angollo serenity.
A good lino of books, stationery .and
wall paper at Ronder'B.
During the Kist week the immense
fields of fall wheit, barloy and rye in
this vicinity are being harvested. And
tho work is not yet noarly done. Ry
tho timo the fall sown grain is taken
caro of the Bpring wheat and oats will
will bo ready for tho reaper. And, by
tho way, tho prosout oat crop Is bettor
than any previous year that wo remem
ber. Tho report wo often hear those times,
that the railroad between this place
and Nebraska City will ultimately bo
abandoned, wo consider merely sonsa
sational. As a passenger thorough
faro, howover It will continue as it Is,
of very llttlo consoquenco, but aB
BrqwiiYlllo and Peru will always bo
pointa.atVhich considerable stock will
bo gathered, it will probably pay to
furnish them with an occasional freight
Titus & Williams do sell as many
pounds of sugar, cofFoo, and other gro
ceries, for a dollar as anybody and
more than some competitors and they
give honest measure and wolglit, too.
Tho Odd Follows hold tholr first reg
ular mooting In their now hall, over
Drain's store, on Saturday evening last.
On tho ovonlng boforo, tho wives of
the order turned out and completed
the fixing up of the hall; and tho Re
becca dogroe was conforrod upon aov
oral. Tho new hall is about fifty feet
in length not including the ante-room ;
has a nice enrpot, is woll soatod with
arm chairs; tho stands are handsome,
and tho geuoral appearanco uf tho hall
Is splendid. Tho Odd Fellows of this
1 oil go. aftor boing so long cooped up in
a little, dingy, disproportionate, moot
ing placo, unworthy of designation as
a hall, aro to be congratulated in thus
securing a placo bo pleasant, inviting,
where they can stretch out, spread
thomsolvoB, and whore it will be a
pleasure to assomblo as well at a duty.
Wo understand tho reason of tho
slow progress of the Hoovor block, is
the failure of tho stono contractor to
supply stono fast onough to keep the
Tho Masonic fraternity of Nemaha
will horeaftor moet in the now Odd
To havo possessed and lost, better
had we nover possessed at all. This
old idea is true when applied to rail
way privileges, as In any othor oase,
whether more or loss poetical.
3E3C O XXT 3ES ,1
All kinds of Grain, for which I will
pay Conk! Satisfaction guaranteed.
Got my quotations boforo you soil. Of
fice for tho present at Mo. Pac. Depot.
4w2 Geo. W. Ciuiu.
Tho Secretary of the Treasury has
raado a Btatoment.foi' tho enlightenment
of the people, regarding tho work of
Doylo, thecpuntorfoiter. Tho Secretary
says Doyle's bonds wore printed from
counterfeit plates, and that none of
thorn are lu circulation, as may be pre
sumed from the fact thatnouoof thorn
has ever boon presented at tho trea
ury department for redemption,