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NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPTEiMBER 15, 1890.
Tlio corn crop is immense.
Old papers for mile at this eflice.
Soe the J. B. Stitson hats at Ander
sin's. 0. F. Scovill hna moved to Brown-
A new line of hats and caps at An
derson's. There seems to be a good demand for
Gasoline at Keollng's drugstore. 20
cents per gallon.
Tom Thompson and Ed Littroll went
to Johnson Friday.
Have you seen the beautiful glass
ware at Anderson's.
Qo to Reeling's drug score for school
supplies, tablets, crayons, tte.
Call at Mrs, Falrbank's Opening and
see those handsome Pattern HatB.
Mrs. W. W. Keeling went to Omaha
Monday to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Peabody visited
Omaha last week, returning Monday
P. G. Swan aid D. T. Smiley went
to Lincoln Tuesday to attend the
G. A. II. reunion.
Mr. und Mr3. J. M. Fuller went to
Lincoln Wednesday to attend the
Grand Army reunion.
S. Gilbert a few days ago bought of
Johu'Lewis the eighty acre farm jain
ing Nemaha on the south.
PeterVanFleet, D. D presiding elder
of the Nebraeka City district, M. E.
church", was in town Tuesday.
Taylor Gillespie has moved back to
Nemaha. He is living in S. Gilbert's
house on the Ilabe Elliott lots.
Mrs. Wills, who has been visiting
Nemaha friends for some time, started
for her homo at Alliance Friday.
Mrs. S. T. Argabright and Miss
Lizzie Lewark went to Shubert Mon
day to vieit friends for a few dajs.
S. Gilbert has sold the seventy acre
farm in Aapinwall precenct formerly
owned by Mrs. Green Burgess to John
Elder Smith, of Nebraska City, was is
town Tuesday. The elder is now
preacher at Shubert every alternate
Rev. E. S. Murphy, of Auburn will
hold service at the Episcopal church
at Nemaha Sunday, Sept. 24th, at 11
o'clock a. m.
Samuel Allen had a stroke of paral
ysis Monday. On account of his feeble
condition aucl advancod age his recov
ery is doubtful.
H. T. Evans about three weeks ago
lost a memorandum or bill book con
taining valuable papers. Finder will
please leave at this olQce.
The Auburn Telephone company
have the poles set to Nemaha and in a
few days will have the wire stretched
and the line in operation.
The republican caucus for the nomi
nation of precinct officers will be held
at The Advertiser oftlce Saturday,
Sept 23rd, at 3 o'clock p. m .
J. D. Rainey, of Brown vlllo, and his
brother, Hal Rainey, of Omaha, drove
to Nemaha Wednesday evening and
ohatted with friends fer awhile.
A card from RaWe Elliott directs us
to send The Advertiser to Chllco.Okla-
homa, hereafter, instead of Bryan. He
f says they ure well aud well pleased
with the country.
J. M. Armstrong and R. M. OUIuii t
both aspirants for the republican iioin
inatiou for treasurer, weie interview
ing tho Nemaha delegates Thursday.
J. P. S. Clark, who has been visiting
his sister-in-law, Mrs. J. B. Hoover,
and his nelco, Miss Veva Clark, started
for his home in Pennsylvania Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Gilbert drove to
Stella Thursday. Mr. Gilbort wa9
takon sick while there but managed to
get home. JIo has been suffering very
much since then.
Miss Leta Sotibury is now learning
tho mysterlen of tho ''art preservative"
in tho Advertiser otlice. The most dif
ficult thing she has found 1b to read
the handwriting of the editor.
All persons are hereby notified not
to trust my wife, Ilattie B. JurvlB, for
anything on my account.
Dated September llth, 1800.
I. J. Jakvjs.
Mr.aud Mrs. B. L. Shellhorn visited
Nemaha relatives aud friends last
week. They have been living at Dul
phus, Kansas, but were on their way
to University Place, Neb. Mrs. Shell
horn is a sister of L. H. Barnes.
Mrs. Alice A. Minick aud daugh
ter, JMise Pearl, arrived in Brownvilln
Thursday and will.probably naka their
home here in tho future, This paper
extends to them, on behalf of our
people, a cordial welcome to their old
Next Sunday Rev. C. H. Gilmote
will preach his last sermon before con
ference. Mr. Gilmore has been on the
charge for four years, and it isthegeu
erul desire of the public to have him
returned for another year. There are
few better preachers in the confer
ence. 25 Gents to Jan. 1900.
In order to secure several thousand
new subscribers, The SemMVeokly
State Journal will be mailed postpaid
from now until Jan. 1, 1000, for only
25 cents. It's a biff paper and this is
a big offer. All through the fall cam
paign up to 1000 for a quarter. Twice
a week, and away ahead of tho old
weekly. Its markets alone are worth
this. Send in stamps. The sooner
you send tho more papers you will
roceive. Address, Nebraska State
Journal, Lincoln, Neb.
Old papers for sale at this office.
No Right to Ugliness
The woman who is lovely in face,
form and temper will always have
friends, but one who would be attrac
tive must keep her health. If she is
weak, sickly qnd all run down she will
be nervoud and irritable. If she has
constipation or kidney trouble her im
pure blood will cause pimples.blotches,
Bkiu eruptions and a wretched complex
ion. Electric Bitters is the best medi
cine in the world to regulate stomach,
liver and kidneys and to purify the
blood. It giveB strong nerves, bright
eyes, smooth velvety skin, rich com
plexion. It will make a good-looking,
charming woman of a run-down inval
id. Only GOo at Reeling's drug store.
Flour & Wheat Exchange
and Flour for sale
at the Keeling building.
Cobs for sale. Call ut the feed store.
I will buy hogs at Nemaha and Mc
Candless Siding Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of each week. Highest
market prices paid.
FLuiky K. McCANDLES8.
The Reyal Highlanders new have
Hoevar'a opera house In charge and
rent it at reasonable prices for any le
gltimate entertainment. Applications
hould be made to W. W. Banders,
Drs. Beal & Dillon, of Auburn, bav
received a trial case of lenses from one
nt tlin lnrcflnfc muniifintnrloa Ih t.h
country, and are now prepared to treat
an uiseaaea or me eye ana ut glasses
correotly. Eyes examined free of
MEETING OF OLD SETTLERS.
The unuual meeting of the Old Set
tlors association was held at tho Ad
vertiser oftlce last Saturday. O. K.
Fisher was elected president of tho
association for the euBuing yenr. For
members of the executive committee
Geo. E.Dye, W. W. Sanders aud F. L.
Woodward were elected for two years.
Tho hold-over memborB are Seymour
Howe, James F. Drain and I. N.
Cooper. At a meeting of the executive
committee Soymour Howo was elected
president, W.W. Sanders secretary and
I. N. Cooper trensurer.
Take tho wagonette when in Auburn
for any part of the city. Easy riding.
Quick time. All trains met. John
Mrs. Fairbank will have her
FALL AND WINTER
FPIDAY AND SATURDAY, Sept. 22 and 23.
All the now and latest stylos in
STREET AMD TRIMMED HATS.
Tho largest and best line of Pattern Hats in the city.
Remember the date:
The republican primaries were held
at The Advertiser oftlce last Saturday.
The meeting was called te order by W.
W. Sanders, member of the central
committee. A motion was made and
carried that a committee of three be
appointed to select a list of nino dele
gnten. S. F. Bridge, Q. N. Titus and
W. S. Maxvell were appointed the
committee. After consultation the
committee handed in the fallowing list
of delegates: E J Maxwoll, F L Wood
ward, Earle Gilbert, Wm Ruasell, W S
Maxwell, Ed Morrinon, S F Bridge, Q
N Titus, Eugene Howe.
It was moved and curried that tho
secretary cast the voto of the primary
for the above delegates.
On motioH the primary adjourned
until Saturday, Sept. 23id, at 3 o'clock
p. m., when the precinct ticket will be
Are grand but skin eruptions rob life
of joy. Uuuklbu's Arnica Salve cureB
them ; also old, running and fever sores,
ulcers, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands,
chilblains. Best pile cure on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Only 25c
a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
DR. W. W. KEELING,
invites the continued patronage of the
citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. Tho
patronB muy be assured of receiving
fair treatment. A good line of
and druggist's sundries always kept in
Btock. Also latest patterns in
A good stock of
in handsome designs and latest styles.
A handsome line of
A full slock of
PAINTS AND OILS
Ifyoa want anything in our liio call
land see us. Prices guaranteedright.
Tho Woodmun of tho World havo
decided to havo a picnic at Nomahii
on Wednesday, Oct. 4th. Thoy will
havo good spoakers and good music,
baso ball and other sports, and a grand
parado of VFoodmen of tho World. A
prlzo of 820 will bo given to tho best
equipped camp In tho.processlon. Ev
erybody 1b Invited.
Ex-Gov. R. W. Furnas, of Brown
vlllo, is said to havo some of tho flnost
Porsian cats in the United States.
Tho annual Nebraska conference of
tho M. E. church meots at Lincoln
Call in and soe ub if you want to
subscribe for any paper published in
the United States.
Sept. 22d and 23d, 1899.
Bismark's Iron Nerve
Was the result of bis splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous oner
uy are not found where stomach, liver,
kidney und bowelB are out of order. If
you want these qualities and the sue
cess they bring use Dr King's New Life
Pills. They develop every power of
brain and body. Only 25o at Reeling's
Horrible agony is caused by Piles,
Burns and Skin Diseases. These are
immediately relieved and quickly cured
by DeWitt's Witch Haznl Salve. Bo
ware of worthless imitations, Keeling
A new Store
and new Prices
To my patrons and friends I wish to xsay
I am located in my new store.
I have a nice line of New Goods,
DRY GOODS, HATS AND GLOVES,
HARDWARE and GROCERIES,
and at prices to suit the times.
I want one and all to come and examine
Thanking you for past favors, I hope to
see all of you and your friends at my new
place of business.
N. R. ANDERSON.
SOUTH AUBURN, NEBRASKA,
Hardware. Furniture, Coffins and Caskets
hTTrW tir --1- TV "
Nolson Iladlucl Is it ! Ml "p i
little whllonta time but I quite U
The republican county convention
meets ut Auburn Saturday at 11 o'clock
Street Commissioner Workman Is
doing eomo good work on the street
loading to tho depot.
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Jarvls havo eon
eluded that marriage is a failure so far
as they aro concerned aud therefore
II M Shafer, David Lewis, George
Boatman, John 0 Boyd, James W
Wolfo and 0 P Barker wore elected
delegates to tho republican county con
vention from Aspinwall precinct.
Frank Hunt was elected from St. Do.,
Tho annual convention of tho Nema
ha County Sunday School Association
will be hold at Brook Sept. 20th and
2lBt. Wo hope a general rally of Sun
day sohool workers will tako placo. If
worthy any of our timo and thought,
then tho best wo can do Ih nono too
good. Come anil give as well as recelyo
good, D. J. Wood,
Mr. S. A. Facklor, Editor of the
Mlcunopy (Fla.) Hustler, with his wile
aud childron, sufforod terribly from
LaGrlppe. One Minute Cough Cure
was the only remedy that helped them.
It acted quickly . Thousands of others
iibo tills remedy as a speclilu for La
Grippo, and its exhausting alter effects.
Keoliug, the druggist.
W.W. Sanders, Notary .Public Pen
sions papers of all kinda made out m"
curutoly. Legal documents drawn up
All business given prompt and careful
attention. '"' s
A.R.DoFluent.editor of the Journal.
Doylcstown, Ohio, suffered for a num
ber of years from rheumatism in hh
right shoulder and sldo. Ho says : "M v
right arm at times was entiiely uuoI6hs.
I tried Chamberlain's Palu Balm and
won surprised to receive relief almost
immediately. Tho Pain Balm has been
a constant companion of mine ever
since and it never fails. For sale by
Keeling tho druggist.
Undertaking and Embalming
a spscialtf .
Finest Hoarse in the countv.
Beat line of UndoTtuketV Gtodi.
Wo guarantee satisfaction.