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AUBURN, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1882.
VOL. 27, NO. 13.
OLDE8T PAPER IN THE 8TATE
SOUTH AUBURN DIRECTORY.
A RKWRIGHT U CURZON,
Ki.OIN, SPKINQFIKLI) and WAI.THAM
South Auburn, ... Nebrnsltn.
BF, WEST. M D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
SOUTH AUnUUN, NEU.
OFFICE. Up Stain, over AnvzRTiseii office.
CORNELL, G. W
J ATTORNEY AT LAW;
Offlco ouo door north or Klochors Store.
SOUTH AUUUIIN, NEB.
Will practice In nit tho Courts nnd nttctul to
CHICAGO LUMBER CO.,
Lumber, Paint, Lima and Conl,
SOUTH AUHUltN. NKMltAHKA.
kILLON & CROAN,
Drugs, Books, Stationery, Paints.
Oils, Glass, Cigars, Etc
Eolith Auburn - Nehrnskn.
DEV1N St FISHER
UttY GOODS, aKOOEHIES. HATS, CATS.
HOOTS, SHOES, Etc.
Houth Auburn, - - Nebraska.
And Lightning, Klronnd Wind
South Auburn, Nob.
All kinds of Tonsorlnl work done with
neatness and In tho Intent styles of the art.
Shop second door north of tho Holdree.
Clotliing, Hnts, Caps, Boots, Shoos,
Mutter, EKKsn'id Produce taken In exchange
South Auburn, - - Nebraska.
W. FAIRBROTHER, SR.
Will pay attention to G'onveyanulnu, Land
Agency business nnd Inking Depositions,
ittauk Deeds Mortgages, and all sorts or
blanks on hand,
Nest Hotel In tho City.
TED HUDDART, Propriotor.
First-class Hatuplo Kooms, Udod Livery
Stable and good Accommodations.
South Auburn, - - Nebraska.
UTCHINS & ELLIOTT.
Dealers In '
Agricultural Iraplomonts, Wagons,
.South Auburn, - - Nebraska.
CALVERT MEAT MARKET,
Nice, Sweet, Fresh Meat always on hand, at
South Auburn, .... Nebraska.
HJ. F. WERT & CO.
Insnrauoo & Collection Agents.
Special attention given to routing and
buying and soiling Farms and city property.
P. O. Building, South Auburn, Nob.
GRAIN & STOCK,
Highest Market price paid for all kinds of
Grain and Livestock. Oillcoat tho elevator.
South Auburn, Neb.
McGEE & MOORE.
SOUTH AUHUKN, NEIL
Highest Market Prlco paid for Butter and
Egggs and Produce
MRS. A. H. RICHARDS,
-"1 Mlllinor and Drossmnlcor,
Full Stock ot Ladles Furnishing Goods am)
Fnnoy Notions. Second door South of Dill
on A Groan's drug store, South Auburn, Neb.
Drugs, Glass, Paints, Oils, Stntionory
and "Wall Paper.
SOUTH AUDUHN, - NEHU.
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
A large and Select Stock of everything
kept In n tlrst-clnss hnrrdwaro store.
A good repair shop In eonnootlou with tUe
store. Two doors houth of Illechers store,
South Auburn, Neb.
Dealer in HUGOIES. WAGONS, and
AG HICULTUUAL IMPLEMENTS
South Auburn, Neb.
BILLING BROS. & IORDAN.
Hardwa.ro, Stovon, Tinware rurni-
turo, Woodonwaro, Etc
Spcetal attention pstd to Tin Hooflnn nnd
Spouting. South Auburn, Neb.
WAGON AND OAHUIAOE WORK
Noatly nnd promptly done. No 2L Contro
Avenue, South Auburn, Neb,
JOHN S. MINICK,
gem: ii a i.
Noniaha Cit", Nob.
T W. KERNS'
J LUMBER YARD,
North and South Auburn,
F. W. SAMUKI.SON,
J). J. Wood,
Nemaha Countv Bank
, X V V -
Does a Gonoral Banking
Particular Attention Giv
Monov Loaned on Approv
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
This is tho Oldest Bank and has tho only
Time Lock in the Oity.
Kami I, onus negotiated nt I.orr ltnto of Interest.
Exchange on all parts ot
II, S. and Europe.
T 1-1 E
SOUTH AUBURN, NEBR.,
Is now open and prepared to do a General
MONEY LOANED On approved security, at a
Reasonable Rate of Interest.
EXCHANGE Bought and sold on the principal
Cities of the United States and Europe.
JNO. L. CARSON fc CO.
S. A. Osborn,
. W. Ttiyloi
OSBOKN & TAYLOK,
Counselors at Law.
Calvort and Brownvillo.
PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND
Special attention given to collections and sale of
Notice to Farmers
Tho undersigned has for sale the
Well known to be tho best, which he will
sell cheaper than the cheapest.
Farmers, Call and See.
I will soil you a
in every respect for
$ 8 5.0 O ,
Than lire being sold in this vicinity for
$100 and upwards.
JAS. R. DYE,
OmO Noniiilm City.
tvi'ikJ lin.1111 UDO.
t Mmlo and repnlrud as well ns can bo
nHywtiere, on snort notice, and
VKliY HHASONAIILR TERMS,
At'liilihii CH3", olir.
BANK OF AUBURN,
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
And olfers Its Services to tho
For the transaction of any Iluslucss In
IB a ii It i n & .
V. M. BOAL, M. D..
pin'srciAir and suhgeon,
Worth Auburn, Nebraska,
OFFICE At Residence. 12yl
J. M. GLASGOW,
-PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON-
NORTH AUBURN, - - NEBR
5Kesidonco Gilmore's Hloek.
"" TAKE NOTICE !
Mrs. E. Monnhnn. of Maryvllie, Mo., will
bo at North Auburn on the
17th and 18th Days of Septombor,
when she will be prepared to treat all forms
of eye dlsonses. Her treatment N a permit
uent cure for uninitiated ejodlds and 'nil
forms of Inflammation of the oyes. Come
and see hor. She will also bo nt llrownvilU
on the 15th of each month.
Surgloiil operations wilt tie performed by
Dr. D. C. Wilson. of Maryvllie.
Dr. A. Oppermann,
Has been located in 'Nemaha County since
1 868. Strict attention paid to all ACUTE asd
CHRONIC DISEASES. Afflictions of the
Ear and Eye skillfully Treated.
JBfcjy-Artiftcial c)es always on hand to""Q5a
Suit any size or color. Calls at
tended to day or night
OFFICE Northwest corner Court end Second
RESIDENCE Southwest corner Main and sd
Streets, SHEttl&fNN-EB. "aoyi
BROWNVILLE BUSINESS CARDS.
IT. H H O A I) V ,
Attorney ami Ooiiimelni' nt I.nw,
S T V L L ,
ATTOHNICVS AT I, AW..
Olllceof County Jiulite. Ilruwnvlltu. Netirssks.
House, Sign, CarrlaRO and
HHOWNVILT.E. .... NEIL
Persons desiring the popular prescription of the
late Dr. Jonas Crane, for Venereal Diseases, can
have the same filled by calling upon
Dr. Alfred Crano,
at his residence, Brovvnville, Nebr. 6-1 5
MITIIOI...KII ItV THE C. .S. UOVKILNJIr'.NT
First National Bank
II 1 tO AV IV Vir.L K
IS IMtKl'AUl'.') i'O TKANHACT
General Banking Busines..
COIN & CURRENCY DRAFTS
mii it ll Mr principal cities of tlio
United States and Europe
On aiiprorcil rtpciirily only. Time Draftii rilicoiuit
el. unit ilec I11I itccmnmimittlonittrniiteil to ilf po.nll
rn. DfHlpmln (IOVKUNMKNT IIONDH,
STATE, COUNTY & CITY SECURITIES
KecHlveil pavahlPOii'lini.mit and lNTKIlKra
owfdou tliuecertttleatet ol deposit.
DIItKCTORS.-Wni.T. Hen, B. M. Halley. M. A
Handlny. KranW K. Joliunun, l.utlier Hoadlojr
JOHN I. CAHSON,
A. It. DAVISON", fanhler
J, C. IfcN nidicroN. A nit Caxlilor.
Thendvertlhor havliiu beon permanently
oured of that dread disease. Consumption. by
a simple remedy. I anxious to innlce known
To all whiMleslrolt. be will send a eopy of
' the prescription uied. if rei of ehnre.) with
te nis leuoiv suimrert tut-inn meitjiH ot euri
,117 lit, rutlMin .'. i'i'i""Min fiiti, linniu
tliAiltvurtllnim In. It.lthD.lllll B.11, ....!....
I same, which they will find a sure cure for
I nixin.li mitilu .nnttlltil tit Inn It.ll.m.i I...L..
ichltts.eic. l'nrtles wUhltiK the prescription
win pipnoonuurean, uev. n. wimuii. mi penn
street, WllllumsburKh, N, V.
SUP Entered at the postotTice at South
burn, Nebraska, as Second Class matter.
The Hon. A. .1. Wouvor, who was
nominated on Thursday for oonRross
in tliis district, is a man whom all Ko
publieans will find it a pleasure to sup
port. Ills record is not that of a
"dark horsp," hut coinhlnt'sthoatlvant
aues of posltiveness with those of tin
oxeeiitlonahlo fharactfr. Tho Douglas
county delegation, returning from tho
convention in vhoso nomination it
played the most Important part, feels
that it has honored itself, tho party and
Archlhald .1. Weaver is a nativo of
L'enusylvania, and is in his itoth year.
His father was a (termini and his
mother was from New England. He
was a farm hand until the age of six
teen, and at tho agetd twonty-threo ho
entered tliu law departmunt of Harv
ard University, uraduatlng in tho
spring of 1801). In May of the same
year lie located at Falls City, Hichard
son county. Nehraska, and entered up
on tho practice of law. In the spring
of 1871 lie was elected to tho constitu
tional aonvenlion. He was after this
elected district attorney, and made an
excellent record in that ollice. Ho was
again elected to tho constitutional con
vention of 18T', and In the fall of that
year elected judge of the First judicial
district of Xehraska, which position
ho now holds. In the winter of IH81
ho was a prominent candidate for the
United States senate.
Gathered at Tho Oougrossioual Oouvontiou.
1'ou were at tho congressional con
vention? Yes judicial, too took 'em all In.
Well Church was scooped why was
O, that's an easy one simply hadn't
How many votes did ho get?
His highest was '23. There wero but
20, however, who stood with him clear
through, viz.: U from Somalia ; & from
l'awnee; 4 from Cage, and li from
Oaloj? of XdiucuBtor, ran well it,
seems 'M to'.'JO.iill thotlinf?r" '-
Yes, (Jaley is a splendid fellow, and
ho died with his boots on. In fact he
was dead about ten minutes before he
or his faiends were awaro of the fact.
It was never in the pins for him, but
ho didn't realize it until after the train
had pulled out under Captain Weaver.
Church Howe was tho only one aboard
balance all "loft."
Is that so?
That is certainly tho way it looks.
Tlio Nemaha delegation led by Howe
made the break from "instructions,"
which nominated Judge Weaver. And
Weaver known it.
Why did Howe make that break so
soon? He seemed to be running all
right, ahead of all but (Jaley, and you
say Caloy could not possibly have been
elected. There might have been a
break somewhere else in the maclimo
after awhile that would have thrown
Ho wo on tott.
That's what tho boys all thought, but
Howe thought otherwise and they tie
ferred to his judgment. When ho said
lie could not make it, they supposed ho
knew the situation, and acquiesced.
When they realized that Howe could
not be llrst, tho next best thing was
Was Mitchell, of Otoe, Howe's lirst
choice alter himself?
No. Nemaha and Douglas allied
their forces. Douglas preferred Mitch
ell, and Nemaha voted with Douglas.
And the truth is when that ballot was
taken Howe was angry and desperate,
and wouldn't have cared had Mitchell
been elected, to spite Van Wyck, who
was charged with not doing the right
thing by Howe, Hut wo afterward bo
eame satislled that tho Senator was
not to blame in any respect, because
the Otoe delegation was not his. (In
that ballot is when Lanctster let the
auspicious opportunity of tho occasion
glide by unimproved.
Mitchell's boom was short-lived.
Yes, but Mitchell is an able man, and
had not Otoe now a L S. Senator, his
chances would have been very good.
l'eoplo generally wero much sur
prised at seeing Nemaha, so positively
instructed for their candidate, the lirst
to desert him.
O, they did not desert him never
would have deseited him as long as ho
remained in the Held they went with
him at his request. Hut Nemaha's
sudden maneuver, breaking tho line,
was a surprise to the unwary of tho
convention, and nerved to demoralize
the crowd. Howe, and Thurston, of
Oinalui.wero not demoralized, but acted
with an object in iow. Omaha had
no ciiiMlid.ito was determined to sit
down on Uneoln Weau.r wutild do
for that purpose after consultation
and would poll a .strong-rut in tho
district. Mandursou or' Howe will
probably bo tho successor of Saundeis.
Howe might ilml his name on tho state
ticket, if lie so desired. This, however,
is mostly surmising, and there may be
no such compacts.
Majors and Daily wero there?
Of course thoy wero, with Carson,
Wash. Culp, and a few light weights
from Nomalm to help tho Held heat
Howe. Tom said to an Advbutiskk
man In his most severe nasal twang
"we wero hero to see the majodty
getaway with tho baggage."
That was what Church Howe said at
tho county convention.
Yes and Tom doubtless thought tho
quotation exceeedlngly pertinent. Not
much in tho way ot evolving from his
Wehstcriau brain original remarks.he is
in the habit of quoting great men, but
on this occasion Tom was infelicitous.
When Howe remarked in his retort to
Stull, that "tho minority was there to
see tho majority get away with tho
baggage," it could have meant nothing
more, nor less, than that tho conven
tion hail met to execute and make op
erative tho will of the majority, and
Col. Tom and others wore thero te seo
it done. Was thero anything wrong in
that? Wo think not. Hut what rela
tion did Tom and his allies hold to
tho district convention? Simply this:
A largo majority of tho llepublicaus
of Nemaha county wore there, by
their delegates, under instructions,
and Thomas was there, and even
had ids pa with him, doing every
thing ho could, fair or foul, to
thwart tho popular will. It was per
fectly right for the majority of thai
district convention to get away with
the baggngo, and for Tom to seo It done,
but it was not in accordance with good
citizenship, or tho spirit of true lle
publicanism for him to bo there work
ing to drfeat his own county and peo
ple and subserve other interests bel'oro
their interests, livery man should
stand or fall on tho record ho makes,
and those whoexultin vindictive deeds
should he remembered, and when tho
time comes ho made to take of tho
medicine thoy think so good for their
Did Majors and Dally get away with
any baggage i
Not much, wo think. It was great
giatlficatlon to them to see Howe tie
feated, but they always belonged to.
Dundy, and never supported "Weaver,
for anything. Paddock was their mici
Tom's especially, could they Imvy
.made the thing work. Pad. you know.,
is ono of the Mormon Commissioners."
and was at Utah attending to his du
ties, hut suddenly camu homo as fast
as steam could carry him. He was at
tho convention, to the surprise of oviny
one, who know thero was no Mormon,
business to attend to at the- Nebraska
Was Paddock a candidate- for con
Not particularly so that wo know
of; but if ho had been lolographtMl
to hurry homo that thero was a
splendid opening for a "dark horse."
he would not be likely to fail on time.
Nobody would rush around more llve--
ly to get into congress than our own
brave old Pad. Judge Dundy seemed
to be posted, for before Paddock ar-.
rived, tho Judge informed a delegato
on tho train that Paddock was to bo
the dark horse to carry away the nom
ination. Dundy. Dally, Majors wero
really much chagrlnucd that the Pad
dock boom, after all, fell still bortu
Tho boys had plonty of good timber
wit bout sending to bait I.uko tor n
stick. Hut Tom and Hill deny it now
and swear they wero for Weaver all
the time. Well, we hope thoy are for
Weaver now, at any rate, and tho peo
ple here will bo agrowibly disappointed
if they give him honest and cordial
support something thoy seldom do
when they fail to ho on tho ticket or
dictate who shall boon It.
In what shape, politically, does thin
leave the Nemaha statesmen?
Well, it leaves How-) in good enough
shape on top in local or county poli
tics, and witli more friends at bomo
and abroad than ho over had before.
Hy his manly tight in his county and
tho district convention, he lias merited
and is receiving tho approbation of
press and peoplo. The other follows
who wore born with their toes turned
to the rear and aro constantly kicking
their own backsides, aro in statu ono,
Howe's failure to go to congress does
not obliterate Tom's record, nor give
Hill Daily any more brains.
How will Weaver run?
Ho will como as near polling the
full strength of tho party as any man
in the district would have done.
How will Weaver's nomination af
fect Nemaha county politics or rathov
0 uiiiik. 11, win 00 oeneuciai soouii
ing to tho kickers. There will bo no
formidable opposition to tho regularly
Tho war department ha:-) been in
formed that Payne, who has a mania
for stealing tho Indian Territory, is
under arrest at Port tleno.
Hlack ('loud, a trotting stallion, at,
Hartford, umdn threo straight heaLs i
good Uino iM7?.f, 2:10, 2,;1&S 3
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