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NEMAHA; Nl51iitASKA,.inUDAY, OCTOBER 13, J89.
Tin wind Woweth.
Still dry and dusty
. Kggs, Vli cents per dozen
Old paperB for stile at this otllce.
Call and nee um at our iiw oflice.
Hands lor coin Hhuoklng uro scarce.
.Q..N. Titus lo buying Iota of nppliB
John Farson was up from Barada
Dr. James Kay visited Auburn
'''he 13. & M. pay car visited Nenaha
Col. Davenport, of Shubert, was in
Judgo Bta.idy, of Lincoln, was In
Gasoline at Keeling' drug store. 20
cr..la pel gallon.
Mrs Eil Buell and children went to
Club Oichurd Friday.
Newt tihaktll iB now living' on the
Gilbeit tarm north of town.
Morg Fmzior ia biuk with the pre
vuliini: lyplio-uialHiial lever.
Go to Reeling's drug store for school
an, .plies, tablets, crayons, etc.
Fay Gnither went out to Wymore
Monday, returning the next day,
Mr Gfrtrrlson has rented the Hun
tington jiousu and in moving in.
We have linen moving this week.
This will account for any bad breaks.
Mrs. Alice McCiindless went to Oma
ha Tuesday to.take in the exposition.
Mr. atid Mrs M, II. Taylor, of Shu
hurt, visited Nemaha friends last Sun-
LeBterjPeabody lstill quite low with
typho-maiarial fever but is thought to
be a little; better.
Call inland see us if you want to
mibaoribafor any paper published in
the United States.
For 8 le Two good colts; one a
two-year-old and one yearling, In
quire at this office.
The Methodist ladies' aid society
will tack comforts and finish them up
fjr 83 cents apiece.
lake Shuck has bought the house
and lot where he is now living. He is
Hied of paying rent.
A. Moore, of South Aubnrn, has de
rided to go out of business and is sell
ing his stock out at cost.
You can now II ml The Advertiser
oflice on the comer north of the drag
store. Call in and nen us.
Miss Helen Iloovor came down from
Lincoln Tuesday and will make her
home in Nemaha for awhile,
Mrs. Ben Parker and children came
in from Auburn Thursday on a visit to
Mrs. W. W. Sanders and family.
Two cents a bushel and board Is be
iuc paid for gathering corn, and Bome
farmers are paying a little inoro than
It J. Duff got a shipment of fresh
salmon from the Pacific coast Friday
and sold it for enough to pny the ex
press. Mrfl. L. II. Merritt has been very
low with the prevailing typhoraalarial
fnver, but we understand she is a little
A. D, Gllmore has made an accom
modating as well as an efficient district
clerk during the past fenr years. Hli
reelection in conceded,
We have moved again
And The Advertiser ofllco cut now be
foil ud en the corner north of tlio drug
sttre. Call and see us.
The, republicans have nominated a
good clean ticket this year and there iu
no reason why any republican should
vote against the ticket.
II. 'M. Glllan, of Auburn, was in
towu Thursday on business connected
with the Southeastern Nebraska Build
ing and Loan association.
VL C. SI i. id ley is looking nfter tho
railroad track from Nemaha toAubum
now. The Auburn men are putting
in a 8 witch near' Johnson.
Mrs, Miunie Culver, of Omahn, who
has been visiting her parents, Dr. and
Mrs, W. YV. Keeling, for two weeks,
returned home Thursday.
Mrs. Morrltt's motier, who has been
helping take caro of her daughter for
some time, returned to Vesta ThurB
day, taking the little girl with her.
Syjveiter Yates is culling the ceiling
of the room just vacated by The Ad
vertiser oflico Mrs. Hoover Is having
the room fixed up for dwelling room.
There seemB to be an impression
with many that tlio Gilbert store Inn
been ciOBed. This iu not so. The
business will be continued as in the
Rev. E. S. Murphy and wife came
in from Auburn Monday and remained
until Friday. Mr. Murphy was overs
seeing the repairs .on the Episcopal
W. W. Sanders has been appointed
dministrator of the estate of Henj. F.
Lesley and will have a public Bale -Saturday
of next weak, beginning ntl
o'clock p. tu.
Mrs. C L Huntington and Stcphpn
Huntington went to Auburn Thurs
day. After visiting there for a few
days thev will start for their new home
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Ritcbey and
Mrs. J, M. Darby accompanied llev. J,
M. Darby from Brownville Sunday
and wore part of the Nemaha audience
Didrich J. A. Dirks, the republican
candidate for county clerk, is highly
Bpoken of where ho is known. Ho is
a capable young man and will make a
good county dark.
M. H. Carman has made the best
county superintendent Nemaha county
ver had. He has tried to do his duty
at all times. A voto for him will be u
vote for an efficient officer.
The Epworth League meetings after
next Sunday will be held Thuraday
evening before prayer meeting, begin
ning at 7 o'clock and lasting until 7 ;4C,
when prayer meeting will begin.
Rose Gilbert has been appointed
special administrator of the estate of
S. Gilbert, deceased, and is authoriz
ed to collect all indebtedness. The
business will be continued as usual.
To Ouro La Grippe in Two Days
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E W Grove's signature
on every box. 25c
I wish to say to the ladies ef Nema
ha and vicinity that I do dressmaking
and solicit their patronage. All work
guaranteed. At residence ef Dr.
Galther, Jennik Calvin.
Are grand but skin eruptions rob life
of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cureB
them ; also old, running and fever sores,
ulcers, bolls, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
brulBOB, burns, scalds, chapped hands,
chilblains. Heat pile cure on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Only 2oc
a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
Mist Alma O'lliua, who has boon
very sick with lypho-malar.al fever
for the paat tnnuth, Is n little batter
and it Is thought ehe is now on the
road to recovery
Wo have a largo stock of fall and
winter goods which we are polling at
right prices. Call and see us.
Special Administratrix S.Gllbert estnte
J, M. Armstrong, republican candi
date for county treasurer, is well fitted
for the office. He is an upright citN
zen, a capable buslnoss man, honorable
and in every way qualified for tho po-
Charley Algabrlght, who huBboen in
Oklahoma for aomu time and who has
a good claim there, returned home a
few days ago and will remain hero for
awhile. He 1b shucking corn for his
Rev. James Mark Darby preached
Mb first sermon at tho Methodist church
Sunday night to a large and attentive
audience. Ho is ah excellent preacher
and we believe will give satisfaction
on tho circuit.
Our fishermen have been catching
quantities of smalt fish weighing a
pound unci under in tho ponds along
Nemaha river, It tuok but a eliort
time lo catch all a petuon could carry
ol excellent fish.
Wm. S. VanBlaicum, of Coldwater,
Midi , a brother of Mrs. Rose Gilbert,
and Mr. and Mre. Clark Wordeu, of
Kalamazoo, .Mich., the. latter a ueicu of
Mrs. Chas. Deurfeldt, started for tbeir
homos Monday afternoon.
. Davo Thompson and Ed Workmnn
moved the building recently bought by
W. W. Sanders fconi J B Bergor from
it former looatioivwes't of the opera
house, to the corner north of the drug
store. They did good work.
We had a tramp printer working
for us last week and aa we did not see
all the proof several annoying errors
were the result One item was to the
effect that Chris "Shull" had won sev
eral sweepstakes on Berkshire hogs at
the Auhurn fair. Of course Chris
Shuck was meant.
Old paperB for sale at this office,
m . y
A Sure Sign of Group
Hoarseness in a child that is subject
to cioup is a sure indication of the
approach of the disease. If Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is given as Boon
as the child becomes hoarse, er even
after the croupy cough has appeared,
it will prevent the attack. Many
mothers who have croupy children al
ways keep this remedy at hand and
find that it saves them much trouble
and worry. It can always be depend
ed upon and is pleasant to take. For
sale by M. H. Taylor.
DR. W. W. KEELING,
invites the continued patronage of the
citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. Tho
patrons may bo assured of receiving
fair treatment. A good line of
and druggist's sundries nlwayB kept In
stock. Also latest patterns in
A go I ock of
in handsome designB and latest style?.
A handsomo line of
A full stock of
PAINTS AND OILS
If vmi wnnf unvt.hinrr In aiu tin ....
j w j w n ... wm nun ivon i
and lee us, Prices guaranfeedright. '
Mrs Dora Myern, who was theguost
of Mrs. Cora Crother for a week or
two, went to Auburn Monday. After
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Von
feldon, for a few days longer she ex
pects 'to return lo her home at the
agency on tho Omaha Indian restrvn
tion. Geo. Klttell has' sold his eighty ncre
arm oast of tho home farm to J. P.
Hopvor and is preparing to move to
Oklahoma. He will have a public
aalo next Wednesday. George says he
will not )eavo until nfter election, na
ho wahta to kill the vote of the editor
of The Advertiser.
Abe L. Lawrence will make n good
Bherlff No ono who knows him hue
any doubts of this. He will get a big
vote in Brownville and London pre
cinct In the fusion party. thoy will
vote for him becauso they know him
ai a straightforward upright man, and
one whom they respect as a neighbor
and a citizen.
The great closing out
sale at Moore's Day
light Store is now in
'full blast. Having
I bought Rubber Goods
;in May and counter
manded the order, but
the Rubber Goods have
been shipped and the
people of Nemaha Co.
can have them at cost
at Moore's Daylight
Store, South Auburn.
Horrible agony is caused by Piles,
Burns and Skin Diseases'., These are
f immediately relieved and quickly cured
by De Witt's Witch Haznl Salvo. Be
ware of worthless imitations, Keeling
Mr. S. A. Fackler, Editor of the
Micnnopy (Fla) Hustler, with his wife
and children, suffered terribly from
LaGrippe. One Minute Cough Cure
was the only remedy that helped I them.
It acted quicklv. Thousands of others
ube this remedy as a specific for La
Grippe, and its exhausting utter effects
Keeling, the druggist.
Fancy Procales ....:.. 10c. ' ; '
Extra Fancy Precalos lie.
The BEST and FULLEST Lmo of Flour in Town. A nice.
Lino of Jewelry and Every Article Warranted . Come .
And see what I have, and what I havn't, I can got
You, as I make a Specialty on Special Orders
A Full Lino of samples of Clothing at
N. R. ANDERSON'S.
SOUTH AUBURN, NEBRASKA.
Carpenters have been at work for a
few days putting In braces and straight
ening up and lepalrlug the EpiHcepnl
church, For bouib tlmo there bun
been talk of soiling the church, which
has been in rather bad repair for aome
time, but recently" It wiib decided to re
pair the bulling and continue services.
The church is the oldest in Ntniahn,
having been built about thirlyllve
years ago, and we would regret to have
the old landmark torn down.
i i i i i . i
I. N. Cooper mot with an accident
Thursday afternoon that will lame
him fer nwrdle If It baa uo worao re-
suits. He drove to Brownville with
Nate Sedoras and wiib starting home.
Just after lie gut over tho first railroad
crossing the pay train came along and
ene of the horse1) got Beared. Mr.
Cooper junped out to go to her head
aid hold her, but she kicked him about
half way between the ankle and knee.
Mr. Cooper camo on home and called
In Dr. Keeling, who Bald be thought ne
bones were broken but the leg waa
A.R.DeFluout.editor of the Journal,
Doylerttown, Ohio, suffered for a num
ber of years from rheumatiHin iu bis
right sliou der and side. 11hih. ".Mv
riiiht arm at timea wiih otitiiely UheUt-t.,
I tried Chamberlain's Pain Bam and
wan surprised to receive relief.itlinoMt
immediately The Pain Balm has been
a constant companion of mine ever
since and It never fails. For sale by
Keeling the drusgiBt.
'' ' i "- -
The Great Westoru Hoel, 10th and
Jackson streets, Omaha, Neb., will ofiVr
Hpecial inducements in rate until Jaw
1 1000, at H8I.2& per day rato. room
and hoard, also rooms without uohmI
at reasonable rates. Secure your roeius
in advance. Special nrrani'.ements fur
.large parties. Electric btlls, bath and
all modem Improvements.
TlIKO. I'AflNtJiliY'.-PrO1) .
W.W. Sanders Nolary Public' Pen
sions papers of all kinds made out net
curately. Legal documents drawn. up
All business given prompt tind careful
All persons are hereby notiled not
to trust my wife, nattie H JMrvia, for
anything on my account.
Dated September lltb, 1801).
I. J. jAKVtH,,
Of Dross Goods over put on
the Market iu Nomaha.
jf Uf uiinay over juxtubttou in
Coffins and Caskets
Undertaking and Embalming'
FincBt Ucarae in the county.
Best line of I'lideUafceru' Geods
We jjuarautee satisfaction.