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The chestnut crop this your it im-'
Hadforn doMn't know what hurt
Tltaio raraetnber Job Wrk ia Cash
Red ia the most fushionablo color
now in the cunt.
Th Republican party ia now re
formed I in a horn.
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Rer. George Riley. Lima, Ohio, died
'2nd inat., aged 00 years.
Tliero are now 350 Iadinn children
at the Carlylse scheol.
Ex-Got. Ilendrlcka, of Indianapolis.
lnd ia danferoualy aick.of eryaipelaa,
Rnlly for Sylvester. We need not
incorporate now can gotsaloona without.
"We feol a sort of sympathy for Doc.
McOomas, for he'a aure to imagine lie
Douglas (Auburn) 300 votes. That
will Hound bully on county seat removal.
Shook just got over a shake and. did
not seem to do well on the home
Died at Falls City, October Wd, Har
ry Rollo, son of I. N. McCoy, aged two
Joe OTelt ia keeping the outing
house on the St. Joe & Denver railroad
at Falls City.
B. & M. sttrvoyors ar ut work on
the old grade between Neinalm City
and Falls City.
Well after all, it is as well to have
consistent antl-prohibitienists as dem
agogue temperaaee men.
Our Fisher's bait was whisky
straight, and the way he landed gudg
eon was a caution to sinners.
"Who in the hell is Fablingor?" This
question so often asked recently, seems
to have been answered Tuesday.
Henry Ward Beecher made a Rpcech
in New York last week against the
Republican candidate for governor.
Vineyards pay just ten times as
much as wheat lands in California. I'
is estimated that 5,000.000 gallons of
iine will be made there this year,
When a, fellow thinks he hus the
world by the sent ef the breeches and
finds out when the voles are counted
that he hasn't, it is somewhat embarrassing.
The Democratic party can carry an
lectien in Nemaha county any time
they feel a little ambitious er hungry,
with tho help of 350 Republican allies,
which they can get hereafter without
Notwithstanding the woman's mass
prayer meeting in Omaha, U10 day be
fore the election, the suffrage amend
ment failed te carry in the state. The
Lord must be opposed the measure.
A few days before the election, in
Indiana, a secret circular was distrib
uted among the saloen keepers
throughout the state, which said the
Republican party had alwaya been
their enemy, and imploring all lovers
of Democracy and wbiaky to vote the
Heating Stoves at Cost!
I am closing out my prcaont stock of
Heating .Stovca sit cost, to nmko room
for a largo invoice.
Sullivan to Knock Elliott Oat.
Chioaqo, Nov. 2, 1882. Articles of
agreement eutered into at No. 210
East Randolph atraet. Chicago, Hi.,
this 2d day of November, 1882, between'
Jehu L. Sullivan, of Rod ton, Maaa.,
ana James Kiuutt, or New York City.
The said John L. Sullivan agrees to
give an athletic entertainment in a
building in either Chicago. III., Mil
waukee, Wis., or Pittsburg, Ta., on the
vouing of the Uth day of December,
The said John L. Sullivan further
agrees to spar James Elliott lout
rounds, Marquis of Quonsbury rules,
with small, seft boxiug-gloves, in a 24
foot ring, and in the eveut of Jolm I,.
Sullivan falling to "atop" or ''knock
out" Jamea Elliott, the latter to re
ceive the entire gate receipts, less ex
penses. Jehn L. Sullivan to depoait the sum
of 9500 with J. II. Romaine, No. 148
South Clark atreet, as stakeholder, to
be forfeited to James Elliott should
John L. Sullivan fail to give an enter
talumeat and apar James Elliott on
the date mentioned.
The name of the city and place of
entertainment to be made known to
Jamea Elliott by John L. Sullivan at
least ten days previous to December 0.
The referee and gleves to le mutual
ly agreeed upon two days before the
contest. James Elliott agrees to ac
cept all of the above conditions, and
to deposit 9500 with J. H. Romaine, to
be forfeited te John L. Sullivan ia case
he fails to box upon the date agreed
This agreement was signed by Jero
Dunn for John L. Sulllvau, and Chas.
E. Davhts for Jamrs Elliott.
David Campbell, North Auburn, will
sell you a Newton, Schutler, Stude
bukoi, Mitchell, or any other kind of n
wagon just as cheap as you can gut it
For twenty yearn the American Ag
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Single copies, 15 cents. Okanuk Judd
Company. David W. Judd, Vice
President. Samukl JluuNHAM.Sec'y.
The fellevrlng is a conundrum, and
it being originated before the result is
known, must net be considered a
thrust at any particular faction. Here
we go: Why is the temperaaee partv
in Nemaha county like Davy Crockett'
coon? Our columns are open for ans
wers, but no premiums on a dead sure
While Neal and Craft, charged with
the double murder at Ashland, Ky..
seme time ago, were being conveyed
from one prison to another, in charge
of soldiers, a mob undertook to cot
hold of the prisoners to lynch them,
when a fight ensued. The aoldlera
fired oa the mob, killed five and
wounded thirty. All the injury sus
tained by the soldiers was three slight
ly hurt. That mob was out of luck,
and good enough for it.
The wife of Dr. Sequin, New York,
recently took her three litt'r children
to an upper room in their fine resi
dence, locked the door, tied the hands
of the children behind their backa,
blindfolded them, and then with a pis
tol killed them, sending a ball through
each young brain and then one through
her own. It is said to have to have
been a very loving and happy family,
and the husband and father is crazy
with grief and his life despaired of.
The awful tragedy is accounted for
only on the theory of insanity.
Cornstalks aa Fuel.
An Iowa farmer, who has both coal
and wood on his farm, warms his house
with cornstalks and claims that they
make the best and cheapest fuel he can
get. He uses a large stove and burns
the atalka in tightly bound bundles
weighing about forty pounds each.
buadle burns three hours (without
flame) in an air-tight stove. The latg
stove offers so much radiating surfacr
that it does not need to be very hot.
Five bundles a day, or 000 for the wii.
ter, sutuces to keep stove going and the,
room warm. The farmer, Mr. Ruggles,
says: "lean biad up 000 bundles of
cornstalks in two days alone. I could
not chop the wood to warm my room
in a week. Then in tho spring I have
a load of strong ashes for my wheat
field, while my neighbors have to cut
up the cornstalks to get them away
from the harrow. It makes me smile
when I hear about those idiots up in
Minnesota who have fifty-acre corn
fields, and still go cold or buy coal.
Why, I would rather burn cornstalks
than, cut maple wood within sight of
Uncle Sam's Nerve and Hone Lini
ment is for man and beast and is a
balm for every wound. Seld by all
The Oora and Hog Oreps,
The Live Stock Indicator, Kansas
City, has reports from 125 counties in
Misaturi. Kansas. Nebraska and Iowa
In regard to the yield of corn, as com
pared with last year, of which number
ninety-two report a larger yield and
the balance about the same as last year.
Of hogs to be marketed during Novem
ber and December, thirty counties only
report that the number will exceed
last year. In regard to young hogs
coming on, aa compared with last year.
fortytwo report the supply larger.
There are but seven counties whjch re
port any diseate among hogs.
HOLLADAT & EBEKLY,
UOOE1IORS TO 8. H. MADDT
Have Just Received an Immense Stock of Drugs, Stationery,
And everything tliat pertains to the Drug Business. We propose to compete with
any firm in the County, Call and see us, and be con vinced.
Physician's Prescriptions and family Receipts carefully prepared.
HOLLADAY & EBERLY, North Auburn, Nebr.
A. H. 61LM0RE SON'S
Where you will find one of the finest stock of General Merchandise in
You will find the nicest SPRING STOCK of CLOTHING foi
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 BOOTS and PLOW SHOES for
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. .
We extend a cordial invitation to come and see us before buying, and
we will guarantee that in quality and price we wil suit you.
Remember the place,
A. H. GILMORE & SON,
NORTH AUBURN, NEB.
town Tofs, 7"
Having Recently been Surveyed tnrt M'latteii)
027 SECTION 21 and 23, T. 5, 2. 14,
NIMAHA COUNTY, NE8HASKA,
OFEERS RARE CHANCES FOR
The Town is from 10 to 25 miles from any
other place of importance,
IS IN THE CENTER OF THE COUNTY, AND SURROUNDED BV THE lT
FARMING LAND IN THE STATE
AT LOW 'PRICKS
Oil ON TIME
Aooly to S. A 03
IIIIOWX VILLI! or
a CATVERT, KRB.
TUNED and REPAIRED by a
WORKMAN AND MUSICIAN.
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Notice to Farmers
Tlii undorMtgncd Im for mile Ihn
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