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OLDE8T PAPER IN THE STATE.
AUBURN, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1882.
VOL. 27, NO. 12.
SOUTH AUBURN DIRECTORY.
A RKWRIGHT k CURZON,
Ll-GIN. SPUINQFIELn and WALTHAM
Houth Auburn, ... jJobrasltri.
BF, WEST, M D. '
, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
SOUTH AUDUUN, NKB.
OFFICE. Up Stain, over Adyxhtiii office.
CHICAGO LUMBER CO.,
Lumber, Paint, Limo nnclCoRl,
80UTH AUHU11N, - NEHttASKA.
DILLON k CROAN,
Drugs, Books, Siationory, Paints,
Oils, Glass, Cigars, Etc
Houth Auburn - Nebraska.
T)EVIN & FISHER
-' General Merchandising.
WHY GOODS, OIIOOEUIES, HATH, CAPS.
1100TH, HirOES, Etc.
Houth Auburn, Nobrnnkn.
' NOTARY PUBLIC,
And Lightning, Klroand Wind
South Auburn, Neb.
AH kinds of Tousorlnl work done with
neatness nnd In tho latent Mtj Ioh of thuart.
Htiop second door north of tho Holdrege.
n W. CORNELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofllco one door north of Rlochorn Storo.
SOUTH AUIJUUN, NEU.
Will practlco In nil tho Courts nnd attend to
Clotting, Hats, Gapi, Boots, Shoos,
llulter, EKg and Produoo taken In exchange
Houth Auburn, ... Nebraska.
GW. FAIRBROTHER, SR.
Will pay attention to Converanulutr, Land
Afconcy buslni'ss and taking DepoHltloiiH.
Blank Deodn Mortgages, and all sortn of
blanks on hand,
Uest Uotol In tho City.
TED HUDDART, Proprietor.
Flrut-clna Hamplo Rooms, Good Livery
Stable and good Accommodations.
South Auburn, - - Nebraska.
Agricultural Implements, Wagons,
South Auburn, - - Nobrnokn.
CALVERT MEAT MARKET,
Nloo.Swoot, Fresh Meat always on hand, nt
South Auburn, .... Nebraska.
TJ J. F. WERT & CO
--'-, Insuranoo & Collootion Agents.
Spoclnl attention given to rontlng and
buying nnd soiling Farms and city property
1. O. nutldlng. South Auburn, Neb.
LINN k COOPER,
GRAIN & STOCK,
Highest Mnrkot price paid for nil kinds of
Grain and Live Hiook. Office at tho elevator.
South Auburn, Neb.
McGEE & MOORE.
SOUTH AUHUHN, NEB.
Highest Market Price paid for Butter nnd
Egggs and Produce
MRS. A. H. RICHARDS,
" Milliner and Drossmnlior,
Full Stock of Ladles Furnishing Goods nnd
Fancy Notions. Second door Smith of Dill
on A Groan's drug store.South Auburn, Nob.
TICKELL k SHURTZ,
Drugs, Glass, Paints, Oils, Stationery
and Wall Papor.
SOUTH AUBURN, - . NEBR.
13 B. CLANCY,
-LV' Hardware, Stoves, Tinwaro,
A largo and Select Stock of everything
kept In n first-class harrdwaro storo.
Agoodropatr shop in connection with tho
more. Two doors south of Rlechcrs store.
South Auburn, Neb.
Doulor In BUGGIES. WAGONS, and
South Auburn, Nob.
WILLING BROS. t JORDAN,
Hardware, Stoves, Tinwnre Furni
ture, Woodonwaro, Etc
Special attontlon paid to Tin Roofing and
Spouting. south Auburn, Neb.
JM. matthiesen" "
' Blaoltsmi thing,
WAGON AND CARRIAGE WORK
Neatly and promptly dono. No 21 Centro
Avenuo, South Auburn, Neb,
Nemaha Cit, Nob.
F. W. Samuelson, I). J. Wood,
Nemaha Couniv Bank
. V X -w
Does a General Banking;
Particular Attention Giv
Monov loaned on Approv
This is tho Oldest Bank and ha3 tho only
Timo Look in tho Oity.
Fsrra Loans negotiated at Low Bute of Interest.
Exchange on all parts ot
U. S. and Europe,
T I-I E
It .. . 6K
SOUTH AUBURN, NEBR.,
It now open and prepared to do a General
$ AMPLE CAPITAL-
MONEY LOANED On approved security, at a
Reasonable Rate of Interest.
EXCHANGE Bought and sold on the principal
Cities ot'the United States and Europe.
JNO. L. CARSON & CO.
S. A. Osborn,
. W. Taijrloi
OsBoim & Taylor,
Counselors at Law.
Calvert ami Brownville.
PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FED
Special attention gives to collections and sale of
Notice to Farmers
The underslKned lms for snle the
Well known to be the best, whloh ho will
soil cheaper than the cheapest.
Farmers, Call and See,
I will soil you a
BETTER ORGAN! !
in evory respect for
S 8 5.0 O,
Than uro being sold in this vicinity for
3100 and upward.
JAS. R. DYE,
Made nnd repaired tin well no can bo done
nnywhoro, on uhort notlco, nnd
VERY REASONABLE TERMS.
IVcmsilm City, IVobr.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A ffontlcneitti who urrrod for yonrs from
norvousdtfblllty.promHturo deciiy, nnd nil
tho otroctH of youthful ImllHcrtiilnii? will for
thomilcoofHuirrlnK hurniinlty.Hond freo to
nil who npod It, tho roclpit nnd direction for
innklnK the nlrnplo roinody by whloh ho wan
curud. rturrerern wlNhtntt to prollt by tho nd
vortlaor' oxporlono can do no by uddreHHtnu
... ,; .j.w. vw. ...... nt .('iil.i ii. UUIJKJf,
W Cedar Htrnot, Now York.
Ci Wt.'iU, l,, , .i.-,,,i i, , . 4l, J, " V "J
HA58IS UIWJI CO.. Jf lOUIJ, MO.
OAS. D. NIXON, P. P, STAEIN,
BANK OF AUBURN,
And offurri lta Horvlces to tho
Citizens of Auburn
For tho transaction of any IUulnen In
tho lino of
B a ii k i ii q; .
V. M.BOAL, M.B.,
pirrsrorAN and surgeon,
Worth Unburn , JVcbrash'a.
OFFICE AtHoHldonco. 12yl
J. M. GLASGOW,
-PHISIOIAN AND SUEGEOM-
NORTH AUBURN, - . NEBR
IT'Heaiilenco Gilmoru's Ulock.
MrH. E. Mouahnn, of Mary vlllo, Mo., will
bout North Auburn on tho
17th and 18th DayB of Soptember,
when ho will bo nropnrod to tn-at all formn
of oyodlMOHAun. Her treatment 1m u porum
nont euro for ernnulitlod oo-lldn and all
forum of lnllam mutton of tho oy. Cutuo
iiudMcohor. Showlll also bo at llrownvtllo
on tho liith of each month.
Htirlcal oporatloiiH will bo performed by
Ur. D. U. Wllrtnn.of Mary vlllo.
Dr. A. Opporniann,
Physician and Surgeon,
Has been located in Nemaha County since
1868. Strict attention paid to all ACUTE and
CHRONIC DISEASES. Aillictions of the
Ear and Eyo Skillfully Treated.
flSjyArtificial eyei alwayi on hand to'XBA
Suit any me or color. Calls at
' tended to day or night
OFFICE Northwest corner Court and Second
RESIDENCE Southwest corner Main and ad
Streets, SHERIDAN. NEB. aoyi
T. , , , I
BROWN VIlIeIuSIINESS CARDS.
'J t Attorney unci Gntiuaelor nt
T S. S T t' L L ,
0. ATTOIISIOVH AT LAW.
Olllcpof County JiKlkfe, llrownvlllii, Nobraika.
Homo, Sign, Cnrringo nnd
HIIOWNVII.I.E. .... Mill.
Periont desiring the popular prescription of the
late Dr. Jonas Crane, for Venereal Diseases, can
have tke same filled by calling upon
Dr. Alfred Crane,
at bis residence, Brownville, Nebr. 6-1 5
U!TIM)UIZK1 15V T1IK I'. .S. (30VKH.N.MF.11
First National Bank
13 rtO V !N VI3L.L hi
PaM-up Capital, $&0,0l)0
Authorized " 300,000
IH IMIKPAIWJTO THAWS ACT A
General Banking Busines.
I1UY AND HKI.I.
COIN & OUEKENOY DEAFTS
ii all the principal cltlei ofthn
United States and Europe
On approved security only. Time Draft discount
il, and upeclnl accommodations Kranted to deposit
n. Dealer III UOVKHNMKNT 1JONDH,
STATE, COUNTY & CITY SECURITIES
(tecelved pa)'alileoiidfmitnd.ant INTKHKHT a
owed on tlmecurtltlcateiolduposlt,
OIltKt.TOIW.-Wni.TTDen. Jl. M. Bailey. M.A
itandlny. Frank E. JuliasOn, f.utlier lloadler
JOHN L. CAUS05,
A. It. DAVIHON.Coihler.
J, . MeXAimuTOtf, Ant'Caibler.,
Thondvortlnor having been permnueutly
cured of that dread dUcato, CoUMUinptlou.by
a Hlmplu romedy, In nnxlotm to mako huowu
to hlri fullott- HiilfurerH tho tho muaim of euro
To all wliodenlro It, ho will Hond a copy o(
tho prerierlptlon UKud, (freo of oharKU.) with
thodUeotloim for pn-parlnt? nnd uslnic tho
Kruno, whloh they will tlnd u Htira euro for
couuIih, coldH. coriHiimptlon, luthtua, brnn.
cbltU. nte. 1'artleti wInIiIuk tho proscription
wll plxitko nddrcH. It4v. B WIUou, l'JI j'tmu
Htrtot, WllllntniiburKh, N. V.
JqT Entered at the pottoflice at South Au
burn, Nebraska, as Second Class matter,
Roiniblicau Stato Oonvontion,
Tlio Hupubllcau Elcctora of tlio
Stato of Nobraaka aro hereby called to
send delegatus from the sovural coun
ties to meet In fcUato Oonvontion at
Omaha on Wednesday, September 20th,
A. 1). 18S2, at 7 o'clock p. in., for tho
purpose of placing in nomination ciind
illutes for the following named olllccs,
Secretary of State.
One Itegent of tho University of .Ne
braska. Commissioner of Public Lands and
And to transact such other business
as may properly come before tho con
vention. Tho several counties aro untitled to
representation in tho Stato Convention
as follows, based upon tlio voto cast for
Isaac Powers, . I r., in 1881, for regent
of the Stato University: (Jiving ono
delegate to each one hundred and llfty
(ISO) votes, and ono dolegato for the
fraction of soventy-llvo (75) votes or
over; also one delegate at largo for each
Cum I uir
Dd.it: I an ...
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It is recommended : First That no
proxies bo admitted to the convention,
except Hitch as aro held by persons re
siding in tho counties from which tlio
proxies aro given.
Second That no delegate shall rep
resent an absent member of his dolo
gution, unless ho bo clothed with an
thority from tho county convention, or
is in possession of proxies from regu
larly olectud delegates thereof.
Jy order of Jiopublican Stato Cen
Jamk.s W. Dawks, Chairman.
Tho immonso tido of immignttlon
which has poured in to tho West during
the past year bus made its mark in the
vast tracts taken under tho homestead
law. In tho Southern States also there
have been quantities of land taken
under this act, but over one-third of
the whole of tho homesteads for tho
past fiscal year have been louated in
the single Territory of Dnkota, where
entries covering 2.187,415 acres were
made, as against 1,380,872 for the fiscal
year onding June no, 1881. Minnesota
comes next, with homestead entries
forSSS.iJ.'M acres. CIoso to it comes
Kansas, with 037,:ift2, with Nebraska
A Chicago paper of last week says:
Another of St. Louis' pot schemes has
como to u probable end. Some time
ago it was decided to start a barge line
between Kansas City and St. i.ouls. ho
as to compete with tho railroads, it be
ing claimod that tho rates were too
high. Tlio first fleet of theo barges
left St. Louis Wednesday empty, to be
loaded at Kansas City. Thursady night
they wero grounded at a point near
Glasgow, and wero fatally ruined.
Takocaro of your Liver. A great
numborof the diseases to which man
kind are liable arise from a disordered
condition of this organ. Keep it in a
sound and healthy condition and you
can dfy disease. Prickly Ash JHtters
aro especially adapted for this purpose,
being composed of drugs wicli act on
the Liver, giving it tone and strength
to withstand malaria.
A Delightful Novelty,
Ladies prefer Floreston Cologne bo
cause thoy find this lasting combina
tion of exquisite perfumes a delightful
A citizen of Lincoln, a few nights
ago, on a dark street, was knocked
down and robbed.
Bapod by a Negro,
Last Friday forenoon Anthony
Cloyd, a young colored man who was
working for Mr. Copeland, a farmer
near Nemaha City, assaulted and ;ar
nally outraged Copcland's wife. Tho
facts of tho caso as wo gather them
aro about as follows: Tho negro pre
tonding to bo unwell, Copeland went
out tho farm to work leaving him to do
some light work about the house. They
were making butter, and while Mrs.
C.'s back was toward Cloyd ho solzcd
hoi around tho neck and forced her
down. Sho being small and considera
bly beyond tho meridian of life, tlio
burly bruto found llttlo resistance to
tho gratification of his lust. After ho
had released hor ho told her that if sho
informed hor husband of what he had
done ho would kill her and her hus
band; and for fear liu would kill hor
then and thero sho mado tho promise,
lie got hold of a knife nud watched
all her movemonty for some time with
floudlsh vigilance. Dut by going about
hor work, as if preparing dinner, ho
evidently believed ho had filled her
with such terror that sho would keep
her promise, otherwise ho doubtless
would Imvo killed her. Soon afterward
In going about tho house, her demon
guard having relaxed his watchfulness,
sho slipped out at aside door, ran into
the corn Held and soon found her hus
band telling him all that had occurred.
Tho husband instead of going for his
s'.iot-gun, or his his neighbors and a
rope, went for a constablo which ho
soon found, and returning thoy found
Cloyd still lingering about tho scene of
his hoinous oiTcnac. Ho ovidontly
missed the woman from tho house, and
why ho did not run away, is tho mys
tery of tho affair. Tho constable mado
a prisoner of Cloyd, took him to Ne
maha City before C. C. Donald, .1.
P., and waiving examination, was com
mitted to the jail in Urownvlllo In de
fault of ball. Cloyd's father, mother
and several slsteis livo at JJrownvllle,
and if half tho reports about them aro
true they aro a pretty hard outfit. Mrs.
Copeland was formerly well-known in
Hrownvillo as tho widow Scott, a hard
working poor lady with irreproachable
reputation. On last Saturday night
there was considerable tall; about
lynching the miscreant, so much that
tho sheriff at ono timo bad arrange
ments made for running him to some
other place, but becoming satisfied that
the danger was not imminent, and that
this locality was not strongly imbued
with tlio southern methods of dealing?
with such cases, ho simply locked the
doors nud hid the key. If Cloyd is not
killed ho Is very sure lo servo the state
a number of years as a stone pouudor
and hod carrier.
It is said that within tlio last few
weeks hundreds of bogus 310 green
back bills havu Ijccii put in circulation.
Thoy aro in the main, says tho Nation'
nt Rant,' Note Reporter, very clover
imitations, but there aro a fow points
of difference. In the counterfeit thero
is a slight irregularity noticeable in
tho shapo of tho letters on tho top of
the note. Also in tho sentence, "This
note is a legal tender for tun dollars,"
no space is loft between tho words
"for" and "ten." In tho word "print
ing" just below Hi words "for ten,"
tlio last four words aro in italics. In
tho connterfuit tho numbers aro very
Irregular and tho lathe work, particu-.
larly In tho upper right hand corner,
In a jumping match at Lincoln last
week between Hodgkins, thoohampion
of tlio state, and a man named Kirk,
the former cleared thirteen feet and
ono inch, winning tho 8100 that de
pended on tho match, and his titlo to
At a ball at Hlooinfleld Academy. I.
T Davo Kemp and his nephew Henry
Komp, got into a fight and pistols being
used both wore killed. Ono was aged
20, tho other 17.
Tho Republicans of Cass county havo
nomlnuted K. L. Heed, for senator, and,
.lames Hall, r. II. Wooley, Samuel
Gannon and II. C. Walph for membeis.
af tho houso.
Mrs, Chas. Jiovoy, hoar Mt. Morris
Michigan, drowned herself and a six-
year old son. Sho tied herchild to her-
.nelt with a rope and plunged into tho
Andrew Hyors, a shoomaker of In
dianapells, after a protracted- drunk
went homo and in tho presence of his
family Bhot himself through tho heart.
IflO car loadH of poached wero taken
to New York ono day last week from
Delaware. Each car contained 500
Kx-Gov. Uobinson has formally ac
cepted tho nomination for governor
from tao Greenbackors of Kansas.
G. W. Spencor, a traveling doctor of
IClkliart, Intl., suicided by taking mor
phine Machiuo oils of nil kinds at greatly
reduced prices at Nickell's in llrdwn-vllle.