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OLDEST PAPEfl IN THE STATE.
AUBURN, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1882. j
VOL. 27, NO. 11.
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HOLLADAV & EBERIT,
Have Just Eeceived an Inraiei&e Stock of Drugs, Stationery,
J TOILET ARTICLES,
And everything that pertains to the Drug Business. We propose to compete with
any firm in the County. CdlCdnd see us, and be convinced.
Physician's Prescriptions' and family Receipts carefully prepared.
HOLLADAY & EBEKLY, North Auburn, Nebr.
Summer Styles ! ,
AN" IMMENSE STOCK AT THE
Star Clothing House.
Clothing Equal to Custom Work!
BoofN and Shoes or Every Variety!
Ladle' Fine Shoes a Specialty!
Nobby Soft and Stiff Hats!
Elegant Furnishing oeJg I,
Trunks and Valines by the Hundred !
HURLBUT, Tecumseh, Nebraska.
Attorney and Counselor at I.. aw,
T S. STULL,
!V8 AT L.AW.
Olllcoof Cguutjr Judge, BrownYlllo, Nebraska.
B. F. WEST, M. D.
JPhysieian and Surgeon,
OFFICE. Up Stain, over Acrm-nii office.
J. M, GLASGOW,
-PHYSICIAN AND SUBGE0B--
NORTH AUBURN, - - NEBR
J3Residouco Gilmore's Block.
D. J. WOOD,
Lightning, Fire and Wind
G. W. CORNELL,
MTTOKJYJEY JiT X.fl If,
OFFICE. One door North df the Nemahs
County Bank. Wilt practice in all the P- i
and attend to Collections:
ar p. Cteehei
Made and ropnlrod an well an oan bo doue
anywhore, on short notion, and
VERY REASONABLE TERMS.
Nemaha City, Nebr. '
G. W. FAIRBROTHER, SR.
Will pay attention to
And Land Agency Business.
And taking Depositions. Blank Doeds,
MortgUKcs, and all sorts of blanks on band,
Dr. A. Oppermann,
Physician and Surgeon,
Hat been located in Nemaha County tince
i268. Strict attention paid to all ACUTE aid
CHRONIC DISEASES. Afllictioni of the
Ear and Eye skillfully Treated.
Jflay-Artifichl eyes always on hand to-f
Suit any size or color. Calls at
tended to day or night
OFFICE Northwest corner Court and Second
RESIDENCE Southwest corner Main and id
Streets, SHERIDAN, NEB. loyi
Persons desiring the popular prescription sf the
lit. Dr. Jonas Crase, for Vcaereal Diseases, can
arc tkc same tilled Wy calling jon
I3r. Alfred Crane,
at bis. residence, Brownville, Nebr, f. 1 5
STJC0E8IORS TO S. H. MADDY.
Summer Styles !
OHAS. D. NIXON, P. P. BTABIN,
BANK OF AUBURN,
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
And ofTorH Its Sorvlces to the
Citizens of Auburn
For the transaction of any Badness In
tho lino of
SOUTH AUBURN, NEBR.,
It now open and prepared to do a General
t AMPLE CAPITAL- t
MONEY LOANED On approved security, at a
Reasonable Rate of Interest.
EXCHANGE Bought and sold en the principal
Cities of the United States and Europe.
JNO. L. CARSON 4 CO.
I will sell you a
BETTER ORGAN! 1
in ovory respect for
$ 8 5.0 0,
Than aro boing sold in this vicinity for
3100 and upwards.
J AS. R. DYE,
8. A. Ostium,
0. W. Tnyloi
Osbobn & Taylor,
Counselors at Law.
Calvert nnd Brownville.
PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FED.
Spw'ul atuntisa given ta cellections and sile of
fcS" Entered at the post office at South Au
burn, Nebraska, as Second Class matter.
First District Oongrossional Oouvention.
Tho Republican Electors of tho First
Congressional District of Nebraska aro
horoby called to sond deloftwtea from
tho Boveral counties to moat in Con
the purpose of placing In nomination
a candidate for member ,ot. Congress
from 1st Congressional l$it, and to
trailiyiaSuch other bttlnliioats as may
properly como boforo the convention.
Tho several ouitIes' re entitled to
representation I'm Uronvontlon us fol
lows, based upon tho vota cast for Isaac
rowers, Jr., In 1881. forltegont of tho
over; also, on
It is rocommendod : First That 110
proxy bo admitted to the convention,
oxcopt such as are held by persons re
siding in tho counties from which tho
proxies aro given.
Second That no delegate shall rep
rowont an absent member of Ills dele
gation unlosB ho bo clothed with au
thority from the county convention or
is in possession of proxies from regu
larly elected delegates.
3y order of Republican State Cen
James W. Dawks, Chairman.
John Steen, Sec'y.
Lieut. Willard Young, a son of
Brigham Young, is a teacher of engin
eering at West Point. A Salt Lake cor
respondent nays: "Ho was at West
Point when his father's estate was be
ing sottled up, and wnon the litigation
began, his agents wrote to him to know
what they should do. He replied that
he didn't care about quarreling over
the matter, that he had a profession
that would glvo him a living, and that
ho would tako what tho others didn't
want. So a lot of railroad stock, sup
posed to bo nearly worthless, was as
signed to him. He took it, and the de
velopomont of the territory ban Blnce
mado him one of tho richest of tho old
man's heirs. lie is now in Utah on his
Wilhelminn Rousseau is the somo
what distinguished nnino of an Indi
vidual who retires from her profes
sion at tho early age of thirty-eight,
and returns from th UnlUd States to
Belgium with a carefully saved fortune
to live honceforth aB a lady. Her
profession was begging' and her
capital a sweet countenance and
crippled hands and feet, She came
over to beg, and followed out her pur
pose with that singleness of purpose
which raraly fails to achiove success
in any calling, Philadelphia was tho
scono of her labors. Her doparture
makes an adverse difference to us of
820,000 In our gold reserve.
Somebody writes of Frau Materna
and tho telephone; "The telophono
was another new thing. I called up
Chris Ahrens and told him a lady
wanted to talk with him, and the next
minute thoy were at it. All about Qor
many and in German. Lord, how that
telephone suffered! The paint foil off
the wires; and some of those sevon-cor-nered
word nearly broko tho box.
Whon thoy got through tho telephone
Fruit caus at Willing Bros. & Jor-dans.
gressional District ConvtjV'ijn, at No
braska City, on Tlniradf pSopteinber
7th, A. D. 1882, tit 1 oWcfc n. mi. for
ouuo university, giving one uoiegate
for eack , onej'l mmiuA and fifty
(150)olfl1io)atq, for tjio
fraction of seffyl.v 5) votea. 'Ti'v
ouoleeatef at lartro fnr
t 1 SI "k. I $A ?
Most ovoning dresses worn at water
ing places aro white, palo blue, or shell
or shrimp pink.
A Western treolouist nrnriicL.q Dint
Montana will becomo the greatest coal-
nrouuclng stnto in tho Union.
Tho favorlto glovo and long mitt of
tho dressy girl is of silk or undressed
kid in Pompoilan red or dcop terra
I. O. Gregg, of Elkhart, Ind, has
started a paper-mill at Fargo, l T.
with nn Investment of 8160,000, to
utilize tho whoat straw.
Somo Washington ladies have formed
a secrot eocloty with a vlow to expos
ing politicians who placo abandoned
women in tho departments.
It Is proposed that ladles shall adopt
tho Turkish stylo of wearing ihoir veils
this winter that Is, over tho moath,
chin, and noso instead of tho oyes.
A membor of the Board of Trustees
of MUlvlllo, Iowa, has introducod an
ordinance to compel every adult rosi
dout to attend church once on Sunday.
A West Virginia farmer recently
sold a slnglo black walnut troo for
8H00, which was but a little loss than
tho sum ho paid for tho tract on which
Tho Hon. A. W. Sawyer, formerly
Justice of tho Supremo Court of Now
Hampshire died in tho hands of a
physician, who was giving him othor
in order to nmputato his foot.
Nast, in Harper's Woekly, has a cut
which hits off tho recent prize-fighters
of West Point. Each actor has a dog's
neati, ana tho cut is marked; "West
Pointers. A now breed of pups
supported by tho U. S."
An iron chess-board, provided with
magnotic chessmen, is a Berlin novelty.
The small magnets concealed in tlio
figures cause them to adhere to the
iron board nnd retain their places in
spite of great shocks, such, for Instance,
as aro recolvod on shipboard or on rail
Bishop Lafloche, of Threo Jtlvers,
Canada, has forbidden amongst his
women tH-wearing of curls, frizzes
and lncSTnii) also condt'mns light
music as the production of the carnally
minded. Wonder if that good father
wears buttons on his coat tail, or a
collar on his shirt, lest ho, too, should
tempt some frail soul to orr.
To mark tools: Cover tho part to bo
marked with a thin coating of tallow
Or beeswax. Then, with a sliarp in
strument, write the name in tho tallow,
cutting clearly into it. Then fill in
the letters with nitric acid. Lot it
romain from onoto ton minutes. Then
dip it in wator and rub off, and you
will liavo the mark etched,
A War has broken out In All Saints,
Episcopal Church, Cleveland, over tho
communion wine question. Tho Sun
day school Superintendent leads the
party opposed to fermented wlno, while
tho rector and his adhoronts want to
use the old kind of wlno which thoy
bolieve Jesus used at tho first supper.
Tho contest rages briskly, and each
party Is bent on victory.
Tho Nebraska Farmor only injures
itself by its unseemly and outrage
ous personal spite against Senator
Van Wyck, simply because tho Sen
ator did not securo for its editor an
assistant postmnstership. The far
mers have no bettor friend on our
Congressional delegation than (Jen.
Van Wyck, nnd Bro. Druso will do
well to recocnizo that fact. Haxtlua
Two of the cadets at West Point in
dulged in a prizo-ilght, a la mode.
Veritably that is a way-up institution,
rivaling the other establishments of
learning where highest attainable
honor is success in scullarHhip and
boxing. Engaging In tho latter, the
seniors aro ablo to put 11 hoad on the
freshmen and sophomores, particular
ly when the formor noed that striking
Commissioner of Pensions Dudioy
1ms given Dr. Mary Walker a cloikshlp
In his bureau without the conditions
Imposed by a formor secretary of tho
treasury, that she should don tho re
gulation attire of women. Mary now
adjusts her suspenders in tho dressing
room of tho pension otllco without
hindrance amid other fair womou
clothed in all the bewildering drapory
and ornaments dictated by fashion.
The peeploor rather the Republicans
of Gago county will not daro to favor
Church Howo. Jhatrice Indepmrltnt.
Responsible gentlemen of Gago are
our authority for Baying that the peo
plo aro not at all in sympathy with the
disloyal utterances of olther tho IwU
pendent or Exprcsi, and that a small
inducement in tho shape of well ten
dollars Is said to be Coulee's standing
prlco, whilo it would perhaps take
twontjMiv to fix Brown,
NEMAHA 0ITT LOCALS.
Mr. ChnrloH Ervlu, of Plum Crcok,
nnd treasurer of Dawson county, enmo
down to Nemaha Saturday last, and
returned homo Monday; his family,
who had boon visiting with frionds
huro for Boveral wooks, accompanying
him. While Mrs.Ervln was hero her lit
tle daughter mot with a lamentablo ac
cident, she having tho index linger of
one of hor hands cut off by a hatclint
in tho hands of horllttlo brother. Tho
finger, sovornd just outward from tho
second joint, was promptly treated by
Dr. AndrowB, and is likely to becomo
wholo again with duo cro.
Mr. 8. A. Gllbort's nlco now rosldonco
In tho southwest part or town Is about
Mr. John Blair linn trnnn tn KrnlW tn
carry on tho butchoring business.
u.. uopiity Marshal Wash. Culp,
returned homo from tho western part
of tho state, whero ho had boon after
somo transgressors of Undo Sam's
laws, Saturday ovoning last.
Slnco the now crops havo bcon hnr
vested, business lias rovivod very
Sam. Summers, of Brownvillo, has
received tho contract for doing tho
brick work on Hoovm'b big blook, and
also for making tho brick.
The Johnson Hotel has been closed
for a while. Meantime tho housu is
boing neatly painted nnd otherwise
fitted inside, preparatory to re-oponlng
at an early day.
Titus & Williams aro constantly ro-
COivilltr now pooiIh 11ml lcwm rh.ilr 11 .
sortment full. Tho pooplo know where
to goc bargains.
Call on Mr. Hanogan and payt your
Peaches and othor fruit aro exceed
ingly plentiful in this market: and
Lato planted corn will ben slim crop,
on account of tho dry, warm weather
during all of August. Early corn is
Tho Johnson b. b. boys last Saturday
got uway with tho Nemahas. Satur
day this wook tho samo club will play
on tho Johnson grounds.
News was rooelvod on Monday from
Dr. Foster, of Morrill, Kansas, that his ,
son Cyrus had departed this llfo. Tho
boy until recently was a clerk in Bon- ,
dor's drug store. Ho was aged nliouVJt
lUj Th dlsohse of which ho Uiod wiuf-t
Mrs. Bettio Borger, of Lincoln,, after
a visit amongst hor frionds hero re
turned homo last week. '
We horoby offer to match Jamos'Don,
of Brownvillo, to shoot a match at fifty
glass- ballB for 850 a side, or upward,
with any man in Nemaha county.
T. A. lUlLKV,
J, JI. ROYHK.
The Johnson B. B. C. challengo any
club In fho state,.outsido of Omaha to
play a match game of base ball for $r0
John Wyriok, Capt.
I hereby challongo Geo. W. Taylor,
of Brownvillo, Neb., to play tho 'best
two in three games of chess for $500 a
side, tho championship of tho world
and the boor. Game to tako placo at
any time and place ho may select.
J. K. Cuiikon.
I hereby offer to match Chris. Hau
bold, tho middle weight pugilist of
Brownville, against Henry Royse, of
tho samo place, to fight a fair stand-up
light according to tho new rulos of tho
London priza ring, for 8500 a side.
Tho fight to tako placo anywhoro away
from Rush Bottom, Missouri.
Artiiuk V. Walsh,'
Owing to certain combinations be
tween Judgo Weaver and I. W. Colby,
thoy will fail to indorse Weaver as ho
would bo ontlroly too heavy a load to
carrv whilo Mr. fSulnv (q iu fm no .....
can learn unobjectlonable.Ieari'ce
We, up to this tlmo, have had no
reason to doubt the entlro worthiness
of Mr. Galoy, but the Indorsement of
tho Independent is nmplo cause ior sus
picion that ho is not a man tho people
Church Howo won tho Nemaha
county battle. Torchlight.
And the above named anti-IIowo pa
per made tho Issue of Church Howe or
not In Its fight against Jako Dew. And
Dow won. So Johnson has a slight rr
semblanco to Nemaha. Shako, old fol
low. Osorge Bohrlug,a German o( Atchi
son county, Mo., jumped into the Mis
souri river ono day htBt week and
drowned. Causo didn't want to live
any longer in Missouri.
I' or tho detection of tho murdorors
of McMahon and his two hired nimi,
near Mt. Pjilaskl, III., 80,100 are offered
as a reward.