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OLDE8T PAPER IN THE 8TATE
AUBURN, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1882,
VOL, 27, NO. 14,
SOUTH AUBURN BU5INESS CARDS.
A RKWRIGHT & CURZON,
ELGIN, SPHINOKIKLD nnd WALTI1AM
South Auburn, - Nebraska.
Bf.wf.st, M D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
SOUTH AUHUHN, NKU.
OFFICE. Up SuIm, over Advf.rtiur office.
V ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Olllco ouu door north of ICIcrlit rM Sloro.
HOUI'H AUHUHN. NKU.
Will prnctlco In nil tho Courts and attend to
CHICAGO LUMBER CO.,
Lnmlior, Paint, Llrao and Corel,
SOUTH AUHUHN. NKHHASKA.
DILLON & CROAN,
Drugs, Books, Stntionory, Paints.
Oils, Glass, ClBars, Etc.
South Auburn Nrbrnka.
"nEVIN & FISHER
J' Gonovnl Merchandising.
DRY GOODH. GKOOEKIKS. HATS, CAPS.
HOOTS, SHOES, Etc.
South Auburn, - - Nebraska.
T W. KERNS'
O LUMBER YARD,
North apd South Auburn,
l' W. Samuklson,
W h WOOD.
J NOTARY PUBLIC,
Anil Lightning, Eire and Wind
, INSURANCE AGENT.
Soutli Auburn, Neb.
All kinds ofTomiorlal work dono with
neatness nnd In the latest stjlesnr the art.
Shop second door north of tho Holdies-.
UT Dealer In
Clothing, Hnis, Cnpi, root, Slioos,
Hutter, Eugs ifid I'ro.lnro taken In exchange
South Auburn, - - - Nebraska.
Nemaha Couniv Bank
Does a General Banking
Funicular .Mention Giv
Monov Loaned on A.pprov
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
This is tho Oldest Bank and has tho only
Time Look in the Oity.
Knrm l.onim negotiated nt l.ovr Itiito of Interest.
Exchange on all parts ol
V. S. and Europe.
T 1-t E
NORTH AUBURN BUSINESS CARD.
1 plain nnd Ornamental Palntor.
Contracts taken with nll.materlal furnished.
NOHTH AUHUHN, NEIL
t) , proprietor
North Auliurn Blllinrd Parlors.
keeps a nice stock of
CIGARS. CONKEOriONS ETC., ETC.
y M BOAL, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURUEON,
North Auburn, - - Neb.
OFFICE- At lUbliiee. Wyl
T M. GLASGOW,
PHYSICIAN AND SUliUEON,
NORTH AUBURN, - - NEBR
Bd?Ho3ltlenco Gilmoro's Hloolc.
HR, A. OI'l'ERMAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SUIM ICON,
Haj been located in Netrulii County lincc
1868. Strict attention juld to all ACUTE and
CHRONIC DISEASES. Afflictions of the
Ear and HSyo skillfully Treated.
CftY" Artificial e)e always on hand to"!U
Suit any ii or color. Call at
tended to day or night'
OFFICE Northwest comer Court and Second
RESIDENCE Southwest corner Main and ad
Streets, SHERIDAN. NEB. aoyi
Mrs. E. Monnhiin. of Miiryvlllo. Mo., will
bout North Auburn on the
17th and 10th Days of Ootober.
tt'hmi she will be Prepared to treat all forms
of oyo diseases. Her treatment 1m a permit
netit eurn for miinulated i'i v-l IiIh anil all
(onus of Intlniumatliiti of the o.vos. Come
miilsee her. She will 11N0 he at Hrownvllle
on the Ifith of eauh mouth.
.-juridical operation will bo performed by
Dr. D. C. Wilson. of Maryvllle.
BROWNVILLE BUSINESS CARDS.
BANK OF AUBURN,
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
And oirors lt Services to tho
Citizens of Auburn
For the transaction of any
the lino of
n W. FAIRBROTHER, SR.
VJ. NOTARY PUBLIC,
Will pity attention to Gotivcyiuuiliig, Lnnd
Ai;unoy buxlness mid luklns Depoaltlonn.
lilank Deeds MortBiies, and all sortH of
lilankH on hand,
Hest Hotel III tho City.
TED HUDDART, Proprlotor.
Flrst-clais Sample Hooiiih, Uood Livery
Stublo aud'good AceommodntlonH.
South Auburn. - - Nebraska.
UTCIIINS Si ELLIOTT.
Acrlculturni Implements, Wagons,
T3 a, 11 k i n a
Ij&y Entered at the pojtollice at South
bum, Nebraska, at Second Clan matter.
SOUTH AUBURN, NEBR.,
now open and prepared to do a General
ir. h o a n y ,
Attorney ul Ooiii.Mnlnr nt
CALVERT MEAT MARItET,
Nice, Sweet, Fresh Meat always oil hand, at
South Auburn, - Nebraska.
F. WERT & CO.
Insuranoo & Collection AcontB,
Speclnl attontlon kIvcii to lontliiK and
buyliiB and selling Fatmsaudelty properly.
I. O. HulldlUK. Soutli Auburn, Neb.
INN St COOPER,
GRAIN & STOCK,
TIlKhcst Market prle paid for nil kinds of
Urulu and Live Stock. Olllco at the elevator.
South Auburn, Neb.
McGEE & MOORE.
SOUTH AUHUHN. NEH.
Highest Market Hrlee paid lor Hatter and
Ekubs and Produce.
TVTRS" A.'h. RICHARDS,
l'-L Mlllinoi and Drossmalcor.
Full Stock oi Ladles FuriilsliliiK Goods and
Fancy Notions. Second door South of Dill
on it Croan's drug Btoro, South Auburn, Neb.
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 ,t CO.
S. A. O.slMirn, . W.Tuyloi
OSBOEN & TAYLOK,
Counselors at Law.
Calvert "l Bx'ownvillo.
PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FED
T S. S T U L h ,
J. ATTOIl.VKVS ATtiAW.
Olllco of County Judge, Hroivnvllle. :fetnaska.
ROSS WITCH ERLY,
Fourchiilrs, uecoinplfshed workmen, host
dve, betslinveH. lashlonable haircuts, sea
foam. Work done promptly and Kurtmn
teedtosiitlsfy. Flrstdoor westol post-'illlod,
House, Sign, Carriage) and
HHOWNVILLE. .... NEH.
Persons desiring the popular prescription of the
late Dr. Jonas Crane, for Venereal Diseases, can
have the same filled by calling upon
I")r. Alfred Crime,
at his residence, Brownville, Ncbr. 6-15
VllTIIOUInit UV Hit. U. S. UliVKILNMr'M'
irst National Bank
II I O W N VI J-IL, iC
jtTRS S E.
Ladle Fuuisuinr; and
Huslnoss conducted by MISS D. A.TEHHY,
Bouth Auburn, Neb.
Drills, Glass, Paints, Oils, Stationery
iinij "Wall Paper.
BOUTH AUHUHN, - - NEHH.
Hardware. Stovos, Tinware,
A laruo and Select Stock of everything'
kept In allrst-clnss harrdwnro store.
A uood repatr shop in connection with tbo
stoie. Tw doors south of Hlechcrs store,
South Auburn, Neb.
Dealer In HUOOIES. WAGONS, nnd
AG HICULTUKAL IMPLEMENTS.
South Auburn, Neb.
Special attention given to collections and sale of
Notice to Farmers
The undersigned has for wtlo the
Wotl known to be tho best, which ho will
sell cheaper thnti the cheapest.
Farmers, Call and See.
I will sell you a
IS l'UKl'AKl!.'! TO TltANHAUT A'
General Banking Busines.
OOIN & 0DRREN0Y DRAFTS
uii hII tliiuirlnclpalcUlcn nftlie
United States and Europe
BETTER ORGAN! !
WILLING BROS. & JORDAN,
Hnrdwaio, Stoves, Tinwaro Furnl
turo, Wooilonwaro. Eto.
Special attention paid to Tin Hoofing nnd
Spoutlm;. South Auburn, Neb.
iln'iipproved security only. Time Drafts flticou.it
1. mill HIici'llll ucuiliniiiwKuiininKriiiiifii in iiepoxii
rs. Dealers In OOVKHNMKNT JIONDH,
STATE, COUNTY & CITY SECURITIES
tPCflveri piivitlilnoinlnnitililniiil fXTKItKHTn
owed on tlmacurtlllcntvHuf deposit.
JIHKfrrortfi. Wm.TTTion, ll. M. rtulley, M.A
Handley, Frank K. JoIiiibou, Luther lloiullfj'
Win. I'rulsliur, ,
JDIU L. UAKKUA,
WAGON AND CaHHIAOE WORK
Neatly aud promptly dopo. No 21 Centre
Avetiuo, South Auburn, Nob,
rERT 4: SHANKS.
Llvory, Food and Salo Stalilos.
On Nomnlin Street, South of tho Holdretjo
Jloime, South Auburn, Nob
hi every respect for
8 5.0 O
Tlum are being sold in this vicinity for
3100 and upwards.
JAS. R. DYE,
Omfl Noiualiu City.
Mode and repaired as well -ax enn bo done
anywhere, ou short notice, aud
VEIir REASONABLE TERMS.
lYcnuiliu City, N'obr.
A. 11. 1) A VIHON, C'Uhler.
J, C, lla.S'AiiiliiTOKi Amt-'Ciishlcr,.
JOHN S. MINICK,
Noznalia Cit-", Neb.
I will rnnll (froe) tho reeelpo for it slinph
VcKetnhlo Ilnlm that will romovu tan, freek-
les, pimples and blotches, lonvlnK the Hldn
toft, clear aud boiiutlliil; also limiruclloiit
for pjoduclin; a luxuriant growth of hair on
a bald head orsniooth face. Address Inclo.
lUKHoHtamp, Hen. Vaudolf A Co., l Harclny
1 street, N. Y,
The jieople of Mrownvillo luul a big
ratillcatioit of Woavur'n lioniinatiou
last Friday ni),'lit. Hoiillres, cannon
and llroworks wuro made uao of, and
the people rojoict'd that Howe was di
fcatcd and Weaver noiulnaled. lino
aril Reporter. ,.'
The above .shall bo our text for it
few remark. Tho real object of that
rabble was to gloat over the defeat of
Mr. Howe, ami to insult those who had
chosen to support hlin. The burn
ing of pine boxes, boys, loafers, dogs,
lire-crackers -and plenty of beer and
whisky "weio piado use of," aud Ho
cannon, no dignity, no decency was ap
parent. That's how Hrownvllle rati
tied. The nroceeding being an intended
affront to at least one-half of ftrown
villo's .Republican citi,ena without
whoso votes Weaver's majority would
bo cut short --did Weaver no good aud
Howe no harm.
Had tho Republicans, responsible
for that mob, considered tho best Inter
ests of their citv. tho people, the party
and tho ticket, they would have called
a meeting of all tho factious and elo
luents that have been discordant or the
party, lor tho ratification of Judge
Weaver, in which tho nupporters of
.Mr. Uowo would have joined with cor
diality aud enthusiasm. Tho Adveh-
j'is Kit's doctrine is that when the par
ty, by Us representatives in conven
tion, says who its standard bearers
shall be, and hoists tho Republican Hag,
every Republican should forego per
sonal preferences, smother party bit
terness engendered always more or
Ipss in local contests, cease, at least for
tho time, factional strife, and rally un
der that tlag.
In the struggle in this county as to
who should carry the delegations, we
espoused tho cause of Mr. Howe foi
reasons sullicient because he possesses
the.IefTorsonian qualifications and is
our iiillow-citizen. We did what we
believed justifiable and necessary for
his success; and If wo struck blows
that hurt, they were mado necessary to
repel the savage blows struck at him
and his supporters. In the county
contest we camo out on the winning
side, so far as the personal favorite was
concerned. In tho district convention
Mr. Howe was defeated, and wo came
out on the losing sldo, so far as our
personal choice was concerned. Hut
such a victory or such a defeat is not
uf momentous importance to us, noth
ing to be compared to results iroin a
content with the Democracy, or the
natural enemies of tho Republican
party. The party is greater and or
vastly more Importance l ban any In
dividual member of it. When the Re
publican party speaks, Its will is out
law: aud its nominees ever lias had,
and over shall have, our entire best ef
forts for success. .Judge weaver is
our man now just as much as Mr.
Howe was, or would bo had ho been
nominated instead of Judge Weaver,
and the whole Republican ticket ia opr
ticket. AVohavo failed on many oc
casion to get our first choice, but wo
have tho Hist time to "kick" because
wo so failed.
Tho editor of tho Advertiser is
proud of Ins record. Tho party In this
county by mongrel tickets and traitors
in tho party has occasionally been de
feated, but we never yet u-gietteu tno
support wo gave tho party and the
whole ticket, after such a defeat.
These remarks are to some extent
prompted by a rembrance, that a shut I
till) before the primaries wo wens up
pioached with the suggestion that tho
Advertiser should say editorially,.
that it would abide by tho decision of
ihe Republicans of tho county, as t$.
who tho party would name from Xo
innhii for concress: that there vc;e
some people who had expressed lltf'
opinion that ire were so wrapped up
in Howe that wo would do. sojuo aw
ful and nonsensical tiling in case of
Mr. Howe's defeat,. Vo thanked the
gentleman for his soliolludo In our bo
halt: but scorned Ills suggestions and
tho opinions of thoso ho cunie to rep
resent; for wo had never given a run
son for any ono to doubt our Ropublir
ciiutHii) or lov.nlty to the party, and
with truu old Republicans wo needed
no such asseverations. ;
Now, wo challenge tho enemies of
Mr. Howe to rally with Ills friends' for
Judgo Weaver, for tho state, judicial
and county tickets, and glvo him and
them tho largest majorities mr polled
in the county. This will bo a test of
lovulty to tho party that will show for
Itself Those who doubted the An
VEiiTisKit will how please coino to tlmo
themselves. 1C tho Weaver or tho Re
publican ticket, or either suffers in any
degreo it will not be by Mr. Howe's
friends. Let the Roptbllcatis through
out the districts and stale make a notb
of this assertion and'wutoh tho resull.
An accident which camo near being
serious happened at tho Ji. & M, depot
last Thursday. While Hilly Watkins
and Kil. Klllott were unloading soino
maehlnorv from u car tho horses start
ed and niul ran away, with both men
and the wagon. When crossing the rail
road track the coupling pole o; mo
wagon broke, throwltnr Watklns off op
to tho ground and Elliott forward on
to tho front hounds, where ho hulig oh
until tho horses were stopped at tho"
bridge crossing Centre avenue, noai
Armstrong and Seott's livery stable.
It was very .fortuuato that the oU
gravdld not, kick for Kliiott would
surely lijvcbcon killed or badly Injured.
As It was, neither of the men wen
seriously hurt. This ought to bo n les
son to Hilly and cause him to tie his
team heroafter when ho leaves tlioni.
Monday evonlng clouds galhorcd
around the horizon, from which light
ning Hashed Us llery tongues, and pert
pie were glad and said ono to auothqr
"It's going to ruin." Tho wind got In
to tho northwest, whirled the dust in
blinding clouds. The thermometer in
dicated u fall In thiv temperature .Of
twonty-flvo degiees, men In ttiolr shirt
sleeves drew on their coats. During
tho night tho clouds drew nearer, tluiu
dor rolled .athwart tho heavens.; ;V,o
arose from our bod and looked warily
Into tho Inky darkness lor a young y
clono, but didn't see any. Aud It didn't,
Thcinostaffectlng thing, noxt t hta
nomination of Uilah Jfruner1; that ever
occurred In Pat II awes' political life,
yvas his speech in tho Nebraska City
convention vindicating Tom Majors.-
Pat asserted very positively tliab
Tom would bo acquitted by tho com
mittee. Hut that is BlTIiplj thooplnioiL
of slightly interested party HoniowhuJt
smirched himself. The people, having
tho printed testimony before tlieni will
read and judge for thomsolVM.
Fred. Carman, of Shenandoah, Town,
a famous young horseman, was in tho
city last y'uudav with the trotting stal
lion. "Alarm," owned by.ludgo Kinney,,
of Nebraska City. Fred and his hor.se
were en route for Illiiwiittin, Kansas,
where "Alarm" will fill tho breasts of
bis opponents with what his name Im
plies. Tho falllormof the HeUford sch6ol
began last .Monday with' Misa Mamie
Daugherty as teacher. .Nliss M.aniio
has had considerable nxerlenoo in
school feaohing and has; always given
satisfaction for the method of teach
ing as well as for her manner of gov
ernment. It is rumored that there was an
elopement in high life from this place
Monday night last. Tho last heard or
the amorous runaways was that they
were going as fast as their legs could
carry them to Missouri to get spliced.
Missouri is not tho (Jrotnu (lieen that,
it used to be, as thoy may learn.
Arthur V. Walsh finished his con
tract for tho plastering of the Catholic
church last week. Rev. Fltgorald and
the building commit too were well sat
isfied with tho work mid think abetter
job could not be done. Arthur is just,
the ono that knows how to do a first-
Died, .Saturday Kith Inst., of sum-,
mer complaint, a twin child, 10. mouths,
old, of Mr. aud Mrs. Joseph tt.,livI,toii,i
who resides two and half miles. oaa,t of
this place. Tno other bubo Is. danger
ously sick. Tho paronts, luv? our sym
pathy in their deep sorry,
Miss Mamie. Wilkin, r,. handsomo.
young lady 04 itocKtoni, in., wu n
been visiting Miss Ktllti Krwi,n. o this
place, dep u'ted for Tecuiuseh last Frl
dav nvoriiiiiir. Miss Mamie in us tine a
..pianist as v have hud the pleasure of
listening to for some time.
W. .). Rose purohased a largw farm
in Iloilfoul piooinot recently and, will
take pessession at once. He intends to,
build a flue house and barn ou it in h;
spring and mako many other improve
ments. Macljinifojl.s. at XtoUell &.SiiurU