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ESTABLISHED 1856. I
OLDEST PAPER IN THE STATE.
AUBURN, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1882.
VOL 27, NO. 15.
VI. t S X I
SOUTH AUBURN BUSINESS CARDS.
A RKWRIOHT & CURZON,
KLOIN, BPUINaFIKLI) find WALTIIAM
South Auburn, ... Nebraska.
BF, WEST, M D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
flOUTII AUnUUN, NKU.
OFFICE. Up Stain, over Advehtiw office.
CORNELL, O. W.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oflloo one door north of Klochcrs Store.
SOUTH AUUUUN, NEIl.
Will prnctlco In all tho Courts and attend to
Lumber, Paint, Limo and Coal,
SOUTH AUUUUN, NEBUASKA.
DILLON U CROAN,
Drugs, Books, Stationery, Points.
Oils, Glass, Cigars, Etc.
South Auburn Nebraska.
DEVIN & FISHER
DttY GOODS, OltOCEHIES, HATS, CAPS.
HOOTS, SHOES, Etu.
South Auburn, Ncbrosko.
And Lightning, Klronnd Wind
South Auburn, Nob.
All kinds of Tousorlal work dono with
neatness and In tho latest styles of tho art.
Shop second door north of tho Holdrcgc.
Clothing, Hots, Caps, Boots, Shoos,
Duttor, Eggs and Produce taken In exchange
South Auburn, ... Nebraska.
W. FAIRBROTHER, SR.
Will pay nttontlrn to Conveyancing, Land
Agency business and taking Depositions.
Blank Deeds Mortgages, and all sorts of
blanks on hand,
Best Hotel In tho City.
TED HUDDART, Proprietor.
First-class Samplo Rooms, Good Livery
Stable and cood Accommodations.. .
South Auburn, "i - Nebraska?
HUTCHINS & ELLIOTT.
Agricultural Implomonts, Wagons,
South Auburn, - - Nebraska.
CALVERT MEAT MARKET,1
Nloo, Sweet, Fresh Meat always on haud, nt
Hoasonublo Kalefc. r
South Auburn, .... Nebraska.
F. WERT & CO.
Insurance && Collection Agents.
Special attention given to rontlng and
buying and soiling Farms and city property.
P. O. Building, South Auburn, Nob.
LINN & COOPER,
GRAIN & STOCK.
Highest Market price paid for all kinds of
Grain and Live Stock. Oillco at tho elevator.
South Auburn, Neb.
cGEE & MOORE.
SOUTH AUBUHN, NEB.
Highest Market Price paid for Buttor and
Egggs and Produce.
MRS. A. H. RICHARDS,
Milliner and Drossmakor,
Full Stock of Ladlos Furnishing Goods and
Fanoy Notions. Second door South of Dill
on & Croan's drug storo.South Auburn, Nob.
IICKELL & SHURTZ.
Drugs, Glass, Paints, Oils, Stationery
and Wall Paper.
SOUTH AUBURN, . - NEBIl.
Hardware, Stovos, Tinwnro.
A largo and Select Stook of everything
kept In u flrit'dnsH harrdwnro store.
A good ropalr shop In connection with tho
store. Two doors sonth of Klochers storo,
South Auburn, Neb.
Dealer In BUGGIES. WAGONS, and
South Auburn, Neb.
Restaurant and Bakery,
A lino stook of Confections and Cigars.
Warm meals nt all hours 25o. First door
south of Holdrego Houso
riLLING BROS. A JORDAN.
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware Furni
ture. Woodonwarn. TAn.
Special attention paid to Tin Itooflnc and
Spouting. South Auburn, Neb.
'r Blnoksml tiling.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE WORK
Neatly nnd promptly dono. No 21 Centro
Avenue, South Auburn, Neb,
Livery, Tetod and Sale Stables,
On Nemaha Streot, South of tho iloldrege
House, Sonth Auburn, Nob
T W. KERNS'
O LUMBER YARD,
North And South Auburn,
F. W. Samuelson,
Nemaha County Bank
Does a General Banking
Particular Attention Giv
Monev Loaned on Approv
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
This is the Oldost Bank aud has tho only
Time Look in the Oity.
Form I,o mm negotiated nt I-orr Unto of Interest.
Exchange on all parts ot
If. S. and Europe.
SOUTH AUBURN, NEBR.,
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 CO.
S. A. Osborn,
G. IV. Tayloi
Osbohn & Taylor,
Counselors at Law.
Calvert l Brownvillo.
PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FED
Special .attention given to collections and sale of
Notice to Farmers
Tho underfligned has for milo tho
Well known to be tho host, which ho will
sell cheaper than the cheapest.
Farmers, Call and See.
I will sell you a
BETTER ORGAN! !
in every respect for
8 5.0 0,
Than are being sold in this vicinity for
8100 and upwards.
JAS. R. DYE,
9. V. ev&&km9
Made nnd repaired as well as can bo dono
anywhere, ou short notice, and
VERY REASONABLE TERMS.
Nciunlm City, Nebr.
NORTH AUBURN BUSINESS CARD.
Plain and Ornamental Painter.
Contracts taken with nil material furnished.
NORTH AUnUHN. NEB.
u , proprietor
North Auburn Billiard Parlors.
keopn a nloo stock of
CIGAIIS, CONFECTIONS ETC., ETC.
y M. DOAL, M. D, 4
North Auburn, - , Nob.
OFFICE- At Ilesldence.
T M. GLASGOW, "l
NORTH AUBURN -t - NEBR
53TResidenco Gilmorc's Block.
T"R. A. OPI'ERMAN,
Hai been located in Nemaha County lince
1868. Strict attention paidTo all ACUTE and
CHRONIC DISEASES. jAiHlctioni of the
Ear and Eye skillfully Treated,
JjSJTArtificial eyei alwayiUin hand to-fl
Suit any ize or color, Calli at
tended to day oAnight
OFFICE Northwest cornerlCourt and Second
RESIDENCE Southwest corner Main and ad
Streets, SHERIDANJNEB. aoyi
TAKE NOTICE !
Mrs. E. Monahnn, of Mary vlllo, Mo., will
boMt North Auburn on tho
17th aud 18th Days of Ootober.
when she will be prepared to trout all forms
of eye disease. Her treatment Ih u perma
nent euro for itrnnulatodye.lld mill all
forms of Inflammatton of'Jlio oyos. Coma
audHcohor. She will also lie at Urown vlllo
on tho IGth of each mouthitt
Surglcal operations will bo performed by
Dr. D. 0. Wilson. of MnryvUto.
BROWNVILLE BUSINESS CARDS.
T II. MHO ADT'f.
0 Attorney mit CottMielor at L.v,
S. STULL, f,
AY JL, AW.
Oniceof County Judge, Brownvillo, Nobrsakn
.T. ROSS WITCHERLY-J.
tHT i "I '" ' '-
Four chairs, nccompIshe workmen, nest
dye, best shaves, lashlonablo haircuts, soa
foam. Work done promptly and gunrnu.
teed to satisfy. First door west ol post-oHloo,
Houso, Sign, Carriage and
imOWNVIM.E, .... NEB.
Persons desiring the popular prescription of the
late Dr. Jonas Crane, for Venereal Diseases, can
have the same filled by calling upon
Dr. Alfred Crane,
at his residence, BrownvIUe, Nebr. 6.15
.UITJIOKIZKI) BY Till) V. S. (lOVKlt.NJIKNT
First National Bank
13 R.O W IVVirE, 12
IS PUKl'AttKMTO TRAN8A0T A
General Banking Busines..
COIN & OUERENOY DKAFTS
an all the principal cities nrtha
United States and Europe
On approved security only. Time Draft discount
ed, and special accommoatttlonii Krfttitcd tu deneHlt
rs. Dealers In OOVEUNMKNT JJONDH,
STATE, COUNTY & CITY SECURITIES
Received payfthleondomanft.and INTEHKST a
owed en tlmocertlrlcatesofdopoNlt,
DirtEGTOItS.-Wm.T. Den. B. M
Jlandley. Frank K. Johason, Luther
JOHN L. CARSON,
A. n. DAVISON. Cashier.
J, C. McNaikihton, Asit'Canhler,
JOHN S. MINICK,
Nemaha Cit Neb.
I will mall (froe) tho recelpo for n slmplo
Vegetable Balm that will remove tan, frock
les, plmplosnnd blotchos, loavlng tho Hltln
soft, clear nnd beautiful; also Instructions
for pjodnclnK a luxuriant tjrowth of hair on
a bald head or smooth face. Address Inclos
log 3a stamp, Den, Vaudelf &Co Vi Uurclav
BANK OF AUBURN,
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
And odors Us Services to tho
Citizens of Auburn
For tho trunsaottoa of nuy llustnoss In
tho lino of
Waif Entered at the postolltce at South
burn, Nebraska, as Second Class matter.
For Congressman, 1st district.-
A. J. WEAVKIt,
of Hlchardnou County.
For District Attorney 2d Judlalul dlstrlct
J. II. HTHOI1E,
Of Cass County.
For Stato Senator
of Hod ford.
GEO. It, SHOOK,
For County Commissioner, !M Dlstrlot
North Auburn Nows ,
Irs. (. A. Webb wont to Teciunsoh
last week, to visit liei- siator. Mrs. Al.
Mrs. (Ilsfsgow, wiftPof our popular
physician, accoinpaniod by lior daugh
ter, Miss Go'tio, wont out in tho coun
try last wool; for a short visit.
Missos Mamio and Katie Daujiherty,
two handsome young ladies of Uedford
precinct, was in town Saturday visit
ing Mrs. Campbell.
JJ. J I. Vail, the pump and windmill
dealer, wont to Kansas City last week.
Hush. Fellows, Phil. Starin, .1. W.
Kerns and soveral others took in tho
convention in Omnha last wcok.
W. .1. Hose, of Bedford, was in town
tho oilier day aud bought himself rich.
He bought a lino new wagon of 'Camp
bell, a team of horses of I 'at. Casey,
and a sett of harness from .1. II. Ven
ter. Mr. 1). C. Combs is building an ele
gant mansion on Central Avonuu. op
posite Herb. Will.Hoii'a place. AVhcil
finished it will ho one of tho finest
dwellings in town.
l)rs. Uoal aud Glasgow havo consoli
dated their intoiests, and hencefortli
will practice together. No more sick
ness wo venture to say.
Hon. Coy took a forco of inon and
machinery tip to Glen Hock Monday to
build a church.
Ed. Elliott, tho nic young man who
measures out wagons with Col. Ilutch
ins in South Auburn, was in town
Tho building formerly owned by
Frank Tonney and recently purchased
by John Frerichs, was moved up from
its old slto to Central Avenue. The
process of moving it was a slow and
tedious one and a person would havo
to squint over fence-post to bo able to
see it mow.
Tho "Talmago" is looming jip admir
ably under the mauagumont wf Mr. 11.
J. Haird. Mr. Uaird informs us that
the building will bo enclosed and shin
gled by the latter part of this week.
There are 10 men enguged on tho work.
Dr. UeomblosBom, of Iowa City, Is
in tewn looking up a placo to locate.
Ho is well pleased with Auburn and
thinks, tho surrounding country just
The weather for tho past two or
three weeks protty warm, and Wesley
Dimdus had conilderablo to do to keep
ub cool with bis ico.
Masters Paul and Walter Gilmore
letumed from I'oru Saturday to spend
Sunday with their parents. They are
much pleased witli Peru aud aio fast
Sovoral nw buildings will be started
here soon. Mr. Lincoln will build a
hoiiBO, and wo understand that two
stores will bo built soon.
Our town is fairly booming and
never was tho outlook bettor than at
present. Evory stranger that comes to
town is delighted with the appoaranco
of tho place, and many of thom have
determined to movo hero.
Every carpenter in town can find
plenty of work, and ntono-mawnB and
brick-layors have constant employ,
V. O. X.
NEMAHA OITY LOCALS.
Hov. M. G. Southwoll, in charge of
tho M. E. church, Jsonmha circuit, be
gan his work in Nomnha City last Sun
day and will preach hero, In tho Chris
tian church every two weeks.
Georgo Drain, of Falrpoit, Mo., was
visiting parents aud friends here last
Titus & "Williams havo their shelves
aud show cases filled with nico ami
Miibstantial goods. Call and see.
Times are remarkably dull consider
ing past prices aud present big crop..
Thore is cortatuly a boom tu business
in tho near future
Tho 13. & M. surveyors, who havt
been in this vicinity for aome tiiuo loft
for TecumBoh last wcok, to go to work
'tis said, on the extension to Healriue
or Wymore. lioforo they loft they run
a line from their big here to tho
mouth of tho Nemaha river,, which
would scorn to ludlrato transfer boats.
Another encouraging item is tho ship
ping in of sovoral car loads of taikoad'.
iron, from tho west.
Uy tho way those wanting puro
drugs or medicines or any kind of nico
goods usually kept at drug steres, por
fumeries, oils, etc., will be pleased by
calling nt llonder'n.
J. S. Mlulck has ono of tho largest
and most complete mercantllo estab
lishment in tho city, aud does a big.'
Mr. Paxton and Mr. Moore aro build
ing nico residences.
Nnmaha is tho boss town for brick
making aud good brick.
Blauknnshlp, tho boarding - hotisu
keeper thinks of moving back to Peru..
.Johnson's Hotel is open again, ami
being painted inside aud tho rooms,
carpeted, tho houso presents a vory in
Thoso desiring good board by tho
day or week can be accommodated at
Crim'a boarding house.
Mrs. Thco. Hill Is quite unwell.
Our street Bprlnklor is a mighty
good tiling just now.
Full fall stock at Titus & "Williams.
Please call on M. P. Huuegan,aud
pay your subscription.. ic. ,J
;',rM ra4SS,0Tiiiettil W Ijiml WH&
Senator Van Wyck was advertised to
open tho campaign against Valentino
in the Third district last week, but be
fore the time arrived for the delivery
of tho speech, Homo piesslug business
took him away east. Tho Jlee apolo
gizes probably without authority
for this sudden ciiango in its pro
gramme, and says that the senator
promises to bo back by the 10th of
Octobor and then begin his onslaught
ou Valontino, who is the regular nom
inee of that district. Tills promised
course of thoSonator is vory muoh ro
gretted by his Republican friends of
Nemaha county, and thoy hopo that
during his absonce ho will reconsider
Ids determination, if lie had such a
6ne, to stump Valentino's district
against him. However much he may
dislike Mr. Valentine, or causa to de
siro his defeat, the Senator will hardlv
behold jtistltlablo in taking tho field
against him. Tho indorsement, unan
imously, or nearly so, of Mr. Valentino
by tho lecont stato convention justifies
this view of tho matter, assuming,
as wo havo a right to, that tho Senator
is a Republican aud should havo groat
respect for tho wishes and preferences
of tho party. Another thing wo bc
liove to 1)0 truo in that any man who
permits himself to bo hitched on to E.
Ilosewator aud depends upon tho liec
to mow ills political horn, will come
out of tho little end of tho same.
Hov. L. C. Dickey and wife will ar
rive at Auburn, October 4th, to be
come pastor of tho Fresbytoriau c ch
at this placo. On that eveningf ere
will bo a sociablo to bid them wolcomo
aud get acquainted with thorn at Sam
nelson's Hall. Evorybody Invited. It
is suggested that all who feel so dis
posed bring a donation of any article
of food that will help to give him a
start in eatables for houso-keoping.
Those who prefer to mako a cash do
nation will bo given a chance. Como
and get acquainted, oven if you do not
feol nblo to glvo anything.
By order of tho Church, .
J). J. Wood, Soc'y.
Tho Johnson baso hall club of John
son county challenges any club in the
state, outside of Omaha to play them a
match gaino for$r0aide. N.C. Press.
Tho Red Stockings of Cnadilla ac
coptfd a challeugo of tho Johnson club
for $100 a side, but the latter club
weakened. UnadlUa Optic,
Tho Johnson b, b. c. is of Nemaha
County. How in that, boys of tho
J. b. b. c? Is the Opt la's statement
Matters aro maturing for a big boom
for South Auburn, all of wh'Ich will bo
duly ventilated in this paper In duo.