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BY G. W. FAIRBROTHER & CO.
Rates of Advertising!
Local Noticei. firit week, to cents per
inch subsequent week, 5 cents per line.
Display locals, 15 cents per line,
Advertlsementi on local 'page, 50 cents
each per week
Miscellaneous ads 50 cents perinch per month. J
Legal ads at legal rates.
Fruit citns at Willing
Bros. & ilur-
The Catholic church id
Work on tho tank for the' rail road is
Uncle Johnnie Maxwell, of Xomaha,
was In town last Saturday.
A Hid lot of picture frames cheap at
(loss' gallery, North Auburn.
Tho Saline county delegation aie In
structed for Mr. Dawes for govciriur.
Mrs. Ann aterworth. of Klk Creek,
was in the city Saturday and gave the
Advkhtisku a pleasant call.
S. A. Osborn is shipping wood
Auburn. Hunk Wert is handling
and will sell you a load cheap.
True to his promise, Vouiior brought
us a rain Saturday, not very heavy, but
it was thankfully received nevertheless.
Chas. 1). Nixon and 1. P. Starin.
president and cashier of tho Hank of
Auburn, were in the south side last
Stokes was in the city last
Thursday sotting up tho cigars a little
in advance of tho happy occasion of
Mr. I 0. Westover. of Lincoln, is
now occupying tho position of agent at
tiie 15. & M. depot, until Mr. Wykes
return from the east.
Miss Stella Iluddart, one of South
Auburn's handsome daughters, has our
thanks for a lino large Windsor pear,
measuring ten inches.
Mr. T. J. Motcalf, a prosperous farm
er and an old subscriber to tho Tut:
Advkktiseu, was in the city Saturday
and renewed his subscription.
Tom Jones orders tho Adveutisijii
sent to his brother in Virginia
North Auburn No wa,
That is right, every papor
advertises our town just
Mr. A. l. Xeiblo. of Hamburg, Iowa,
came down to see his sister, Miss
Annie, last Sunday, before his tlual
departure tor California. This will be
Mr. Neible's third trip across the
county, Neb., farmer
writes the following sensible sugges
tion through the Jlepublicuir. Many
are delaying plowing because tho
ground is hard and dry. Some are
plowing, and they are tho ones that
will reap the benellt of having the
weeds all killed for tho next year's
crop. Kvery weed will be killed,
lumps turned up and driod, and the
hard will all slack tho llrst rain. Put
un an extra team and plow now, is the
advice of one who has tried it.
A state convention of anti-prohibi-tionistswas
recently held in Omaha.
Tho following preamble and resolu
tions were adopted:
We, of the people of Nebraska, in
mass convention assembled, do solemn
ly and considerately declare that this
prohibitory measures that of late have
become tho fundamental law of cer
tain of our sister states, aro founded
in wrong and injustice, and that they
aro subversive of tho best interests of
the whole people.
That prohibition strikes down the
producer, robs tho farmer of tho fruits
of his honest toil, palsies the arm of
all tho industries, interferes with the
mallonablo rights of the people In tho
enjoyment of their civil and religious
liberty; invokes a spirit of disregard
tor and encourage open violation of
law, breeds contempt for courts and
1 ho solemn adjudications thereof, and
i tiw. .wi t.imt lieinir nlanted. will
grow and ripen into open rebellion and
That wo aro opposed to drunkenness
and to all its attendant abuses afieet
ing society and individuals growing
out of an improper use of alcoholic
That wo aro in favor of wiso and
j ust legislation rogulating tho salo of
alcoholic liquors and for tho protection
of society and individuals from tho
evils growing out of the abuse of its
That prohibition will not accomplish
this purpose, and that wo aro opposed
to prohibitory legislation in any form ;
therefore , , .
Jitsolced, That in season mm out or
season and at all times wo wiu. wiui
uut regard to party or party llfiM. op
pose any and every measure that leans
to prohibition. , .
Jiesolced, That wo will not support
any man for any otllco who will not
satisfactorily pledgo himself to oppose
miv and all attempts to force upon this
people a prohibitory law.
Miss Katie Crandall is out of town
at present, paying a visit to her sister.
Mrs. G.A.Webb was quite- unwell
last week, but at this writing (Monday)
is much better.
W. T. Reed has just put up a neat
awning in fioutof his store.
Mr. David Campbell moved his fam
ily out from Rrownvlllo last week and
is now a fixed resident of An' n.
Mr. Thomas' now store bu ill
soon be completed and will ami 1 ' a
little to the appearance to the t wn.
Howe and Nixon are measuring out
tho lots at a very lively rate. Several
strangers came to town lately and
bought themselves rich.
Oeo. A. Webb went up to Omaha
last week to take in the fair and see
after business belonging to tho barber
Watermelons are on deck once more
and aio being sold at very reasonable
prices. George Webb don't you wish
you hud another?
J. W. Kerns is getting a large stock
of lumber and building material of all
kinds, besides an iiniuonso quantity of
coal. 40,000 feet of moulding was
added to his stock last week.
Nearly every house-keeper in
country is engaged in "putting
grapes, peaches, apples, etc. Pass
It has been a long time since
roads were as dusty as they are now,
and a good shower of rain would cer
tainly bo a blessing and a welcome vis
itor to the farmer.
Tho Rank of Auburn under the
management of Mr. P. P. Statin, ably
assisted by Mr. Chas. E. Waite, Is do
ing an extensive business. Mr. Starin
has had considerable experience in the
banking business and of course knows
how it ought to bo done.
Tho season for club dances and all
such amusements will soon be upon us
and a meeting of all the merry souls of
North Auburn will soon bo convened
to form a club and make times lively,
Miss DoraSkillmnu is expected home
in a few days to take charge of her
school. The school building is under
going repairs and new desks will be
added in a short time.
Mr. John Mutz moved into his new
residence not long ago. lie has one of
tho neatest and most elegant houses in
Mr. John Leach is building an ele
gant house on his fawn east of town.
Tho building is a lai go and commodi
ous one, and was laid out in a manner
Uiat shows taste and forethought. C.
0. Cottrell is doing the work.
Tho fall term of school has begun in
most of tho districts. Misses Jennie
and Annie, daughters of Mr. John
Matey, of peaoli-raisiug fame, have
been engaged to teach and left home
last Monday to take charge of their
Our now elevator is lying idle. G. W.
Craig, the manager left it in an unfin
ished condition and set out for "parts
unknown." Several attachments have
been filed on the property and no one
appears to want to take the matter in
hands and fix it up. On this account
very little business is done in the way
of buying and selling grain in North
Nate Miller is talking of moving his
stock of goods ui) to the square. Nate
Is a shrewd business man and can see
about as far ahead of him as a man
With a ten-dollar telescope.
Mrs. Schlasnian, who was visiting at
Dan. Long's, went home to Oass county
last week, she was much pleased with
lior visit to Auburn and thinks it is a
delightful little town.
There is talk of another drug store
going to be built here, but nothing
definite is yet known. Madam Rumor
must have at least no "says" first.
Mr. Ren. Sears, a stockholder in the
First National Rank of Riicyrus, Ohio,
was in town a few days ago with a
view of locating in Nebraska. He
owns a large tract of land in tho west
ern part of Nemaha county, and will
move on to it as soon as lie gets'it suit
ably fixed up. Still they come.
We would like to see a good social
club organized in Auburn with repre
sentatives from both sides. There aro
enough young folks in the two towns
to get up a good social club and have
something to make amusement for all.
It would bo a good idea to call a meet
ing either in one town or the other and
see if something cannot be done in tho
wav of organizing a club.
V. 0. V.
HOLLADAT & EBER 7, I
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j SUCCESSORS TO S. H. MADDY.
Have Just Eeceivetl an Immense Stock of Drugs, Stationery,,
JEj&LXJSrnrS&r OXL.S ADCVTDO CXLajOlS.
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 Auburn, Nebr.
FREE TO ALL.
One Thousand Bottlo3 of Marsh's Goldon
Balsam to be Given Away,
Kvery person who Is suffering with
Consumption, Weak Lungs. Bronchitis,
a Cough or Cold, Sore Throat, Hoarse
ness, Cioup, Whooping Cough, Asthma,
or any disease of the Throat or Lungs,
can obtain a trial bottle of M.viisif
Goi.DKN Rai.sam. the great Cough
lemedy, free of charge, by calling at
Nickell S: Shurtz's drug store, South
Persons w ho have tried this valuable
medicine can procure the large bottles
at 00 cents and 81.00. Thousands of
bottles have been given away to prove
its extraordinary merit. Two doses
For alt Blood disorders and Liver
complaints use Mausii'.n Goi.dk.n
Ri.ood & Livi:u Tonic. It purifies
tho Riood, invigorates the Liver,
Stomach and Rowels, regulates the
Kidneys and strengthens the system.
Sample bottle ftee. l'J w !
FOR SALE !
One D-Sprintj Wayon,
2 Lumber Wayons.
J. Set Liyht Harness.
One ,'i-year old Colt.
One or all can be bought cheap
Cash as I havo no use for tlwin.
t South Auburn, Xeb
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JONES BROS. & BAILEY
Will open about SEPT. loth, a Large and Complete Stock of
Hardware, Tinware, Sfovcs, Furniture,
UNDERTAKING GOODS, ETC-
We propose to keep a full line of everything usually found in a first-class
Hardware and Furniture Store, and cordially solicit your patronage.
Will always pay the htyhesf market price for Lire Stock
Remember the place
and eive us a call.
JONES UROS.& J1AJLEY,
Linn & Cooper.
Calveit, Neb., are now ready to re
ceive grain of all kinds, for which they
will pay the highest market price
Call at tho elevator.
J. d. ; AS 31 1 IX, Manager.
Goto tho New Stote anil get the
highest market price for your produce.
The R. & M. It. R.. known as the
"Rurlingtion Route" offers special an-
vantages to travelers, bee their uu
vortiseniont in this paper. 5-,-,:i
Uncle Sam's Nerve ami Rone Lini
ment is for man and beast and is a
balm for every wound. Sold by all
If you want to buy a farm or rent a
house call on Wert & o.
Summer Millinery C.ools ai
Miss Dollie Terry will for the next
thirty days sell summer millinery goods
at cost. This is a rare chauco to get
good goods way down low, and all are
invited to call at once.
A. H. GILMORE & SON'S
Where vou will hnd one ot the finest stocks ot Vjcncral Merchandise in,
You will find the nicest SPRING STOCK: of CLOTHING fon
all ages. '
You will find DRESS GOODS of the latest styles and patterns.
You will find a nice line of LADIES' and CHILDREN'S Shoes.
You will find an excellent line of HOOTS and PLOW SHOES fon-
You will find a full stock of GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, etc.
You will find one of the nicest store rooms and the most gentlemanly,,
clerks in Nemaha County.
Wc extend a cordial invitation to conic and sec us before buying, and
we will guarantee that in qualit) and price we wil suit you.
Remember the place,
A. m. GILMORE & SON,
NORTH ADBTJBN, NEB.
Peter Laughlin, foreman of the new
court house building at Palo Pinto,
Tnxas. went into a saloon there. Ho
was Invited to drink by two cowboys
named Whitoly and Underwood.
Laughlin declined the invitation,
whereupon Whltvly drow a revolver
and attempted to shoot him, but
Laughlin knocked tho weapon from
his hand. "Whitely then drew a dirk
and stabbed Laughlin to tho heart.
Whitoly and Underwood mounted thoir
horses and fled, pursued by a posso of
citizens, but escaped after wounding
one of tho posso and shooting the
horso of another. Underwood is a
brothor of Henry Uundorwood, the
famous train robber of tho Sam Rass
H. S. Scribner. and old man and
brothor of tho Now York publisher,
was recently murdered at Des Moines,
Iowa, by burglars whilo attempting to
enter his room.
Susan R. Anthonoe, has visited tho
state to prattle and prate, about tho
supremacy of lie,
Tho Theory of Generation.
Cor. Xiillnmil I,lv ritoolc .loiu-nul.
The power of animals to propagate
their own likeness is hereditary, and
transmitted from one generation loan
other. The principle upon which tho
theorv of generation is founded reaches
from the inception of tho colt embryo
to tho delivery. The breeder, to be
successful, must investigate causes
that produce curtain changes after the
union between the sexes, as woll as the i
effect resulting from tho influence of
each parent over Uieir oiispring. I lie
siro ami dam havo their respective
shares in propagating the form and
substance of their issue. They co-operate
together in generating the vital
and physical powers of their produce;
and tho breeder must understand the
influence of each partner, in older to
mate progenitor so as to make conge
nial hits. The food of tho embryo is
furnished entirely by the mother. It is
held by some physiologists that tho
health and robust constitution of tho
colt will depend more upon tho condi
tion of tho sire. Rut this maternal
inlluenco Is modified by other causes,
such as long-line breeding,"oming down
from an unbroken chain or powerful
progenitors, and possessing the prepo
tent faculty of entailing their breeding
on an illustrious lino of successors jn
blood. Tho influence of sire or dam
over their colts will doponrt very much
upon their blood, and the constitution
al superiority of one over the other.
The strongest and best-bred animal
will havo tho predominating influence
ovei their produce. The more power
ful the Inheritance, and tho stronger
tho Inbreeding avoiding incest the
more certain tho Inheritance will be
entailed, unaltered, on their colts.
WAGONS AND BUGGIES
HOLD 10TJR HORSES!!
WAGONS ARE ON THE WAY !
And will soon arrive for the ,
"While T mention this New JL 'titer
vrise.leb me sin to mi old and new
customers that I shall keep in stock a
full line of the best and latest improv
ed, Wagons, buggies and all kinds of
Implements. All mho contemplate
buying Wogons or Buggies this full
anil save money by making the
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. e.it.ll. as I mill soon receive it
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Four cars of Wagons and Buggies,
and they are all Warranted, aid
MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF PRICES.
Stop, Think, Look around Juifa-rc pur
chasing if yon wish to make money.
fl"Mfc BPv TRADE LIST.
X fc fc U N YM D. LANDRETH & SONS
W HtmilHr W V PHILADELPHIA