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AUBURN, NEBRASKA, .THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1882.
ESTABLISHED I860. I
OLDEST PAPER IN THE 8TATE.J
VOL. 27, NO. 5.
HOLLADAY A EBERLY,
SUCCESSORS TO 8H. MADDY,
Have Just Keceived an Immense Stock of Drugs, Stationery,
TOILET . ABTICLES,
And everything that pertains to the Drug Business. We propose to compete with
any firm in the County. Call and see iw? and be convinced.
Physician's Prescriptions and family Receipts carefully prepared.
HOLLADAY & EBERLY, North Auburn, Nebr.
. . .- . .
Summer Styles ! . Summer Styles !
AN IMMENSE STOCK AT THE
Star Clothing House.
Clothing Kqtml to Custom Work!
Boots and Shoos of Every Variety!
Ladies' Fine Shoes a Specialty!
Nobby Soft and StlfT Hats!
Elegant Furnishing- Goods!
Trunks and Valises by the Hundred !
HURLBUT, Tecumseli, Nebraska.
T II. BROAD Y,
O Attorney and Counselor at Ijrw,
T S. STULL,
V. iVTTOaNRVS AT LAW.
OUlcoof County Judge, Brownvlllo, Nebraska.
A S. HOLLADAY,
m.. PIiyslotan,Snrgoi, Obstetrician.
Oraaunted In 1851. Located In Brownvlllo IMS.
OMoe,4l Main atroot.Bronnvlllo, Neb,
A B. F. WEST.M.D.
OFFICE. Nickell & Shuns' Drug Store.
J. M. GLASGOW,
-PHYSIOIAN AND SUfiGEOB-
NORTH AUBURN, - - NEBR.
BSfResidenco Gilmore's Block.
Lightning, Fire and Wind
G. W. CORNELL,
JITTOltJYEY JiT JLJMW
OFFICE. One door North of the Nemaha
County Bank. Will practice in all the Courts
and attend to Collection.;
Mado and repaired as well no can bo dona
aaywhore, on snort notlco, and
VERY REASONABLE TERMS..
Nemaha City, Nebr.
G. W. FAIRBROTHER, SR.
Will pay attention to
And Land Agenoy Business.
And taking Depositions. Blank Deeds,
Mortgages, and all sorts of blankH on hand,
ESTABLISHED IN 18i0
Real Estate Agency
Does n general Real Estate Business, Bells
Lands on Commission, examines Titles,
makes Deeds, Mortgages, and all Instru
monts pertaining to the transferor Real Es
tate Has a
Complete Abatraot of Titles
to all Real Estate lu Nomnha County.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
E, J. F. WERT & 00.
Can furnish yon with Qoud Farms, Im
proved und otherwlso In Nemaha coun
ty, and vacant and lmprovod town lots In
North and South Auburn and Johnson.
Havoalso a numbor of business ancjvtaldoaco
houses In South Auburn for rant.rt9anttrnf
Ian blunks of any dlHorlptton.?inyVHM
poitofllco, Calvort, Nobraskn. V
Dr. A. Oppermann,
Physician and Surgeon,
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,
J Artificial eyes always on hand to"fl
Suit any size or color. Calls at
tended to day or night
OFFICE Northwest corner Court and Second
RESIDENCE Southwest corner Main and 2d
Streets, SHERIDAN, NEB. aoyi
J. B. KELSEY, . , P. P. BTARIK,
BANK OF AUBURN,
IS HOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
And offorH Its' Sorvlccc to tho
Citizens of Auburn
For tho transaction of any Business In
tho Hue of
I. W. SKIUMAN, PROPRIETOR.
This popular houso has been ro :ently
oponed.and travelers will find
every appointment llrst-class.
Fresh Bread, Pies.Cakes,
Etc.; alwavs on Hand. ,
Best Cigars in the City.
3-Itomombor tho plooo-on tho cornor,
Bouth of the Holdrege House.
S. A. Osborn,
G. W. Tayloi
Osbobn & Taylor,
Counselors at Law.
Calvert and Brownville.
PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FED
p.1Jhv iidM t j at , South M,
Sum, NebrawR$rSecond CuWmatter.
Eepublioan State Oonvoation.
Tho Republican Electors of the
State of Nebraska aro'horoby callod to
send delegates from tho several coun
ties to meet in State Convention at
Omaha on Wednesday, September 20th,
A. D. 18S2, at 7 o'clock p. in., for the
purpose of placing in nomination cand
idates for the following named oilices,
Secretary of State. -
Commissioner of Public Lands and
And to transact such other business
as may properly conio boforo tho con
vention. Tho several counties are entitled to
representation in tho State Convention
as follows, based upon tho vote cast for
Isaac Powers, Jr., in 1881, for regent
of the State University: Giving one
dolegato to each one hundred and fifty
(150) votes, and one dolegato for the
fraction of seventy-five (76) votes or
over; also one dolegato at largo for each
Special attention given t collections and sale of
It is rocommonded: First That no
proxies bo admitted to the convention,
excopt such as are hold by persons re
siding in the countios from which tho
proxies are given.
Second That no delegato shall rep
resent an absent momber of his dele
gation, unless ho bo clothed with au
thority from tho county convontion, or
is in possession of proxies from regu
larly elected delegates thoreof.
My ordor of Republican Stato Cen
James W. Dawes, Chairman.
First Distriot Oongroasional Convontion.
Tho Kepublican Electors of tho First
Congro8sonal,Districtof Nebraska aro
hereby cabled to send delegates from
tho several counties to meet in Con
grossional District Convontion, at Ne
braska City, on Thursday, Soptombor
7th, A. D. 1882, at 7 o'clock p. m for
tho purpose of placing in nomination
a candldato for member of Congress
from 1st Congressional District, and to
transact such other -business as may
properly come before tho convontion.
Tho soveral counties aro entitled to
representation in the convontion as fol
lows, based upon tho vote cast for Isaac
Powers, Jr., in 1881, for Regont of tho
State University, giving one delegato
for each ono hundred and llfty
(150) votes, and ono delegato for tho
fraction of sovonty-flvo (75) votes, or
over; also, ono dolegato at largo for
It is recommended: First--Thnt no
proxy bo admitted to the convontion,
except such as are held by persons re
siding in tho countios from which tho
proxies aro given.
Second That no delogato shall rop
rcuont an absont member of his dele
gation unless ho bo clothed with au
thority from the county convontion or
is in possession of proxies from regu
larly olocted delegates.
JJy order of Kepublican Stato Cen
James W. Dawks, Clmlrman.
John Steen, Sec'y.
It is about slxtcon years sinco tho
United States purchased from Russia
the Territory of Alaska, agreeing in
tho treaty of purchaso to extend to the
inhabitants tho operation and protec
tion of our laws. Tho necosalty of pro
viding some form of government for
tho territory has "wovural times bcou
urged upon the attention of Congress,
and yet hitherto nothing has been
done. Now, however, two bills are
pending boforo Congross ono in the
benato and one in tho Houso of Repre
sentatives that proposo to ostabllsh a
govemmont in Alaska. The Senate
bill provides for tho full machinery of
an ordinary territorial govornmont,
whilo tho House bill provides for an
attorney of tho United Statos, a dis
trict judge, and four commissioners,
with the powors of justices of tho
peace, to whom the management of
civil and criminal muttons in Alaska
is to bo committed for tho time boing.
This is, perhaps, sufllcient until the ter
ritory shall bo further dovoloped. The
present population of the territory is
about thirty-live thousand, of whom
only about flfteen hundred aro whito
poople. This population is now with
out any government, except such as
has been extemporized by tho pooplo
thomselvos. It is to bo hoped that Con
gress will not let this session pass with
out providing Bomo form of govern
ment for Alaska. Tho presont condi
tion of things is fraught with ovils of
a very grave charactor among tho peo-
plo and Is withal a dlsgraco to tho
United Stntes, and certainly is not in
harmony with our treaty stipulations
with Russia at the time of purchase.
Congress has ample power to supply
tho proper remedy, and should do so,
without further delay. New York In
dependent. As a piece of political gossip, to bo
taken for what each reader thinks It
worth, we will stato that ono of the
most far-sighted politicians In the stato
thinks Church IIowo will be tho next
governor, and Albinus Nance tho next
senator, their oloctlons to be brought
about by tho same combination that
carried tho Slocumb apportionment
laws. Those whom It may concern
Bhould stick a pin here Falle City
Tho Beatrice creamery is making
flvo hundred pounds of butter a day,
wmch gives tno company a profit of
$300 per week. IJulldlngs for the
samo purpose are being ereoted in Fair
bury and thoy expect to do as well.
Wo hope soon to seo Fairmont brandl
ing out in the same direction. That
$800 per week profit is worth roaching
for. Fairmont Jlullttin,
Judging from tho immenso quanti
ties of railroad material at Nemaha
City, Auburn and Tocutnseh, and tho
accumulation of laborors and toani3 on
tho construction lino, tho U. & M.
moans "business" and that right speed
ily on tho Republican Valloy route.
Ono thousand subscribers wanted.
Seo tho card of Dr. Glasgow on first
A Gorman farmer named Rockier
was drowned in Blue rlvor last week,
whilo seining near Dorchester.
Samuel Schnoidor, wholesalo liquor
merchant of Kansas City, has failed.
Liabilities 650,000; assots 630,000.
Tho Fresident has approved tho net
enabling national banking associations
to extond their corporate oxistenco.
A writer says "no man is fully under
stood until after his death." No ono
wants to dto, however, for tho purpose
of oxplalnliig himself.
It has boon remarked that a largo
noso la a sign of character. So is a red
noso but it is a more brilliant sign, and
of it different character.
Tho Seward Jlcporter has coma to
tho conclusion that tho Omaha Herald
is no prophet. Wo think it guesses
straight on congressional matters.
At Toxarkana, Ark., night of tho
12th, lightning struck a three-story
brick building, tho walls of which foil
on a saloon, killing about twonty-five
William Rlttor, a colored man, In
Henderson county, Ky., charged with
raping and murdering a 14-yoar old
colored girl, was taken from tho jail
by a mob and hanged.
Milton Smith, of Kirkwood, Iowa,
w.ts shot and killed last wook by his
twolve-yoar old son. Tho fathor had
chastised tho boy for somo misconduct,
when in n rage ho Bllppod Into tho
houso got a shotgun and at abort range
put a load of No. 4 shot into his fath
er's sldo. Tho boy is In Jail.
At Tyler, Texas, a few days ago 1).
J. Hoaly, chlof dispatcher of the In
ternational and Great Northern R. R
was shot and instantly killed bya con
ductor named Cook.vWhom, Jloaly bad
tof used to lot tako'out a train. Cook es
caped, but tho railroad men aro after
him, Suporintondont Harris at their
When Alexandria was evacuated, the
city was set on flro by roloaaed con
victs, and ovory abomination and out
rage to bo concolvod of woro inllced
upon such citizens as could not leave.
Hundreds of Christians and Europeans
wodo massacred. A numbor of Europe
ans fought their way to tho boats and
woro saved. Alexandria, about fifty
thousand inhabitants is about ; de
stroyed. Tho Captain of tho steamer Sclota,
which by a careless collision with an
other boat caused tho death of more
than sixty young men and women, has
como to a soiiBlblo conclusion. He
says "no pilot on any rlvor should al
low himself to take a drink of whis
ky." And all captains of boats and
managors of railroads would do well
to apply that rules to themselves and
employ no pilot, engineer, or conduc
tor who has a habit of drinking whis
ky. A tologram from Syracuse, N. Y.,
tolls this story of boer and blood. At
5 o'clock this nftornoon James Hawks,
a laborer, killed uia wife. Mrs. Hawks
had purchased a pail of boor in a sa
loon, nnd was returning homo when
she met her husband, who was intoxi
cated. Hawks whipped out a jack-knifo
and without a word stabbed his wifo
to tho heart. He throw tho knife away
and staggered up tho stroot. Hawks
whon informed that his wlfo was dead
oxclaimed, "I am d dglad of it. It is
a good thing for me."
On the 10th Inst., in Chicago, Chas.
Stilos,the oftlcial "caller" of tho Chi
cago Provision, Grain and Stock Board,
was shot and klllod in his room at the
Palmer House, by his mistross, known
in tho city as Madallno Stiles, but
whoso roal namo was Eflle Sturla. She
was inducod by Stiles several years
ago to leave her homo in Baltimore,
where her parents live, and accompany
him to Chicago, whore ho has used her
money and abused her over since. If
her story is half true rogardlng her ill
treatment by Stilos, he mot the fato ho
courted and in a great measure de
served. , '
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