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NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, HUDAY, N0V1 XUVAl 3, 1890.
Election next- Tuesday.
Old Mprta for mile at this olttcc.
U. N Titus tetiuiied
Gasoline t Keeling'd drugstoto. ao
weatu pei BiiUoti .
Prof. Hartley, of Uolokow, Mo., ia
visiting Dr. Galtuer
Tho boys did not do uuy uilsclilef
Hallowe'en in Nemaha.
Fied Seiibury went to SliubcrtThurs
day to do some plastering.
J nle Shack la carrying one baud itni
nllng on account of it felon.
Mrs. L. II. Menitt went to Vostn
Holiday to visit her parents.
Go to Keoliug'3 drug eioie for school
impplles, tublolB, crayons, etc.
Whooping couph in a mild form pre
vails in Nemaha and vicinity.
John Webber has leased Harry Mo
Cimdless' farm for the next five years.
Mrs. Carso is suffering severely from
tho effects of the fall dhe received Just
Miss Eleanor Gnlbrailh camo in
from Johnson last Saturday, returning
Peter Kerker went to Atchison
Kansps, Wednesday, returning Friday
Mrs. Walter Hndlock went to John
son Monday to visit her sou, J. S.
James A. Titus wont to Auburn
Monday wo suppose to interview tho
Marlon Peery and -on, of Glen Rock,
came to Nemaha Monday, returning
J. W. Webber says if be is elected
assessor lie will assess Nemaha pre
cinct for $50.
Wyatt Jones has moved Inlo tho
Mrs. Crother bouse, now owned by
Geo. N. Sundew.
Call In and see hs if you want to
Bubacriba for any pape.r published In
the United States.
Br. and Mrs. C. F. Stewart, of Au
burn, were guests of Dr. aud Mrs. W.
W. Keeling Sunday.
Ex-United Stutei Senator Alvin
Saunders died ut hid home in Omaha
This is last campaign paper and
del eafter tho space will be occupied by
news aud nut politics.
The Advertiser olllco is now on tho
comer lot belonging to J am oh A.Titus,
north of the drug store.
The school board fer the Lark in
Bchool have bought a bell and a slato
blackboard for the school.
COW FOR SALE. -A Furnas Jer
sey a good young cow. For particu
lars inquire at this oflicn.
Prof. Frank McNown is enjoying a
visit with his sister, who lives in Peru
She came to Nemaha Friday.
Suction Foreman Shadloy is having
hard work to get men to work on the
section and Is offering $1.25 a day.
I. N. Cooper Is again confined to the
house with his leg which was injured
by being kicked by a horso about a
,Pref. Carman has made the best
county superintendent Namaha county
aver had, and the majority of the peon
.pie. of the county are In fuvof offckeep-
ing him In another two .year's. .
We have moved again
And Tlio Advertiser olllee oau now be
round on the corner north of the diug
utitu. Call and see us.
The (lis snow of the season feil
Wednesday. It did not make much of
u Bhow but was snow Juat the same
Mis. J. M. ttaudetu, ul London pie
cinui, visited Nemaha itud bhuboit id
utlvoa frotu Tuesday until Thursday.
Miss Leo to Thompson wont to Bur
chard, Nob, Wednesday of lust nick,
to be gotit aovoial woks, visiting with
James and Michael Ullvou, of Scio,
LI tui Co., Oregon, arrived in Nemaha
Tuesday on a. visit to their cousin, Ed
Miss Marie Hoover and Mrs. Llllie
Walsh came down from Lincoln Satur
day and visited their mother. Mis. W.
H Hoover, from Sutuiday until Tues
day. Oliver 0. Crother, who lias been at
Nemaha for almost three mouths, aet
t lug up the estate of his mother, start
ed lor his homo iu (Jal.forniu Wednes
day. Mrs. E. A. Mlnick went to Johnson
Friduy, to visit her daughter, Mis. Me
lissa Miuick, and help take care of her
grandchildren, who lyiYe the wb"wp'g
Woldon Sbiveley arrived inFntrflokl,
Utah, Suuday, October 2lb, and weut
to woik Monday morning at Ht.uO per
day. He says he Ih well pleased with
Judge Tucker, of Humboldt spoke
at the opera bouse Wednesday night
to a fuir olzed audience. He made a
go&d talk ami held tho attention of the
audience to tie1 end.
Richard F. Neal will be elected
county judge by a handsome mnjorltj.
The fusiou'sts concede this. Ho will
make as good a county judge as Nema
ha couuty ever had.
A. It McCandle8s moved to Nemaha
Thursday, and will assist In conducting
tho business of the late S. Gilbert,
looking after the farms and outside
b lsiuess and assisting in tho store. Wc
gladly welcome Mr. and Mis. McCnudi
less to Nemaha.
I understand J. W. ebbor io offer
ing to assess the precinct for $50 if ho
is elected assessor. If this is not an
attempt to unduly influence the voters
I would like for Mr. Webber to Inform
me what it is.
NeSIAHA, Neb., Sept. 20, 1800.
To whom it may concern;
I heieby give notice not to buy, rent
or liado in any foim of Hatty B Jarviu
for the southeast quarter of the south
east quarter of suction 14 . township 4 ,
range 15, as it is illegally deeded and
will not relinquish my title or interest
therein. I.J. J Aims.
We have a large stock of fall and
winter goods which we aro soiling at
right prices. Call and see us.
Special Administratrix S.Gilberf estate
I wish to say to the ladles of Nema
ha and vicinity that I do dressmaking
and solicit their patronage. All work
guaranteed. At residence of Dr.
Gidther. Jewnik Calvin.
Are grand but skin eruptions tob life
af joy. 13uckleu'B Arnica Salve cures
them ; also old, running and fever sores,
ulcers, bolls, 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
Keeling, dnipgist, . .
. . . ;'
Old papers (or sale at this office,
Jim Atmstrong will nAkr. a good
county treasurer Id one denies this
He is a good business man, a HneuItU
y.-n in every way, h man respected by
all his acquaintance", and all of Bert
Engles' peculiar political methods aud
boaslstu cannot defeat him,
Judge Chun. 1). Letton, of Fall bury,
made k brief atop in Nemaha Tuwj.
duj . Tho judge says he llnds every
thing h, excellent shape in the district,
and m was contlduut of bis election
and of Judge Stull. He llnds republic
can gains wherever ho goes.
Miss Marie Hoover returned from
Chicago Wednesday. She signed a
oouliact for conceit engagements with
it well known manager before leaving
Chicago but will spend most of the
winter bore. Stio is at the home of
her sister, Mrs. A. F. Walsh, 010 South
Fourteenth. Lincoln Journal Oct. 27.
Louie and May Kerker and Willie
and Nellie Sanders gave a Hallowe'en
parly at tlis residence of V. W.
Saideis Tuesday night. Tho invita
tions were enclosed in a nutsholl.whlch
was wrapped in green and white tissue
paper aud tied with white ribbon. The
guodts were invited to meet on the
ni0ht the witches walk and that a baud
would meet at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Sanders. Tho front yard
was tllumimued with jack-o'-lanterns.
About forty young people wero present
Hnd enjoyed themselves until a late
The Tecutuseli Tribunal, tdlted by
that democratic war horse, Charley
Pool last week publishedjthe following:
"Judge J- S. Stull of Auburn was iu
the ctty the first of the weak visiting
friends aud looking after his political
fortunes Fact ia Judge Stull appeals
to have a lead plpo,einch on reflection
to the bench fcr the leasou that he is a
geni.nl geL.tlemau.'Las made a splendid
judge aud is net narrow iu his political
views, In 181)5 ho carried this county
by 484 majority over Falloon and UI2
over Bush, the fusion nominees, and
his rriends contend that his majority
this fall will far exceed that received
four years ago."
All persons are hereby notified not
to trust my wife, Hattle li. Jurvis, for
anything on my account.
Dated September 11th, 1800.
I. J. Jauvis.
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'H Cough Remedy is given ns soon
as the child becomes hoarse, or even
after the cioupy cough has appeared,
it will prevent tho attack. Many
mothers who have croupy children al
ways keep this temedy at hand and
find that It saves them much trouble
and worry. It can always be depend
ed unon and Is pleasant to take. For
sale by M. II. Taylor.
DR. W. W. KEELING,
invites the continued patronage of the
citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. The
patrons may bo assured of receiving
fair treatment. A good line of
and druggist's sundries always kept In
stock. Alsu latent pattern; In
A go stock of
in handsome designs and latest styles.
A handsome line of
A full stock of '
PAINTS AND OILS
If.'you want anything In our line call
and see us. -Prices guaranteedrlght.
When any person or peisoiH resoii
to persistent and continued falsify
ing it shows they bollovo their aide Is
losing grouud. Two weoki ago the
Auburn Herald said that whou Doc
Clark was hld up and robbed a year
or two ago he weut to the residence of
Abe Lawience, who the Hoiald claims
was then constable and tried to get
Abe to go out with him after the fel
lows that held him up, but that Abo
refused to go. Last week's Herald
contained the same story, although
JJarnhart knew It was false, The facts
are that Mr. Lawrence was not con
stable at the time the hold-up took
pUce, Whoa Mr. Clink went to his
house he was sick in bed but got up
and said ho would go out with Mr.
Clark and try and overhaul: the iob
hers. To this his wife and Mr. Clink
both objected ns ho was too Bick to be
out of tho houso. Tho next morning
Mr. Clark went to Auburn and saw
Sheriff Colo but the latter said ho did
not see how ho could hulp him any and
positively refused to do anything. The
facts l ellecr. on Sheriff Colo and not on
Congressman Hurkett wunjiblo to b
out yesterdoy for tho second tlmo olnci
his recent lllnes.s. On Monday last he
took a drive and went to his olllco fr
a short time, but he Buffered somo 111
effects from tho exertion and was not
able te get out again till yesterday. He
i oglstered and took n short drive. Mr
lJuikett'fl a'lumnt has slowly subsided,
During tht timo ho has boon confined
to his bod ho has lost forty pounds in
woight state Journal Oct. 27.
FlourS Wheat Exchange
and Flour for sale
nt tho Keeling building.
Cobs for salo. Call at tho feed store.
TO OUIIK A COJ.D IN ONE DAY
Trtke Laxative HromoQuinlnoTablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
tails to cure. E W Giovb'b signature
on evety box. 25c
Food does more harm than good
when not digested. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure digests what you eat. It prevents
wasting diseases and cures stomach
troubles. It cures indigestion, sour
stomach and bnlching aud allows a
wornout stomach lest. It acts in
staotly. W. W. Keeling.
Hose Gilbert Las been appointed
special administrator of the estato of
S. Gilbert, deceased, and is authoriz
ed to collect all indebtedness. The
business will bo continued as usual.
No Right to Ugliness
The woman who is lovely in face,
form aud temper will always have
friends, but one who would ho attrac
tive must keep Iter health. If she Is
weak, sickly and all i tin dwu she will
be ueivotij aud irritable. If she has
constipation or kidney trouble her Im
pure blood will ontibO pimples.blotcheB,
skill eruptions and a wretched complex
ion, Electric Bittern is the best Inedls
cine in the woild to legulatu stomach,
liver and kidneys and to purify the
blood. It ghcjstiong nerves, bright
eyes, smooth velvety skin, ticli com
plexion. It will make a good-looking,
charming woman of a run-down inval
id. Only 5uc at Keeling'.s ding Htore
Fancy Percales 10c! ' -
Extra Fancy Percalos .... ;,:i'. . , , '. .'; . 1 lq.' , '
Scotch Plaids -. '..12Jc. . ' ..
Cheviots -..U); ' ' ;
The BEST and FULLEST Lino of Flour in Town. A.nico '
Line of Jewelry and Every Article Warranted . Come
And see what I have, and what 1 havn't, I can gel
". . You, as I make a Specialty on Special Orders ' .
; A '"Full Line of samples, of Clothing at . '' '
Some of the popocratlc pupeio have,
been making ntme complaints about
Judges Letton and Stull for t)n leasou
that, as they allego, those Judges hav
hold court too much aud been too ae
commodnMug to the people of the ditt
trlct. It appears that after the jury
has been dismissed atceitaln terms of
the court, and all expense Iiiib ceased,
the judges, iu order to accommodate
lltlgantH, have adjourned the term of
court from time to time, and thereby
tho docketB of the district have become
very much reduced In the number of
cases. At theso times the judges lmvo
been in attendance mid heard all kind
of equity cases and cases that could bo
tiled without a jury. This la a direct
saving In the ndminlsttutlo of justice,
because when tho required term with
the jury comes equity mattdro have al
rondy been disposed of, and tho time,
la not taken up with them vrhilo tho
jury is in attendance. It lias been a
common saying heretofore that "the
wheels of justice move too slowjy, and
that when a cane has been begun it
takes mouths und yoais to see the end
of it." This has not boon the case in
the present judiciary of this district
because by tho willingness of our pres
ent judges to hear and olsptso of cases
at all tlmo3, tho people have been given
spoedy justice, and ihelr caseH have
been heard at the soonest possible mui
His Life Was Savod.
Mr J E Lilly, a prominent citizen of
Hannibal, Mo., lately Imd a wonderful
deliTuranco from a frightful death. In
telling of It hu says: "I was takon with
typhoid fever that run into pneumonia.
My lungs became hardened. I was so
weak I couldn't even Bit up in bed.
Nothing helped mo. I expected to soon
die of consumption, when J heard of
Dr.Klng's Now Dlocovery. One bottle
gave great reliof. I continued to use
it, aud am now well and strong. T
can't say too much in its pratae." This
m.trvelous roedlclno Is tho surest and
quickest cure in the world for all throat
and lung trouble. Regular sizets 50 cts
and l. Trial buttles free at Keellng'a
drug store; every bottle guaranteed.
Horrible agony is caused by Piles,
BurriB nnd Skin J)Iseases. These are
immediately relieved and quickly cured
by DeWitt's Witch Hazol Salvo': Be
waroof worthless imitations. Keeling
You can now ilnd The Advertiser
olllco on the corner north of tho drug -stoiu.
Call in and son us.
Mr. S. A. Fackler, Editor of the
Micauopy (Fla.) Hustler, with bis wife
arid chlldion, suffered terribly from
LaQrlppe. Ono Minute Cough Curo
was the only remedy that helped them.
It acted qulcklv. Thousands of others
iiho this remedy as a speclllti for La
Gripno, nud its exhausting aftereffects,
Keeling, the druggist.
The Great Western Hoel, 15th mid
Jackson streets, Omaha, Neb., will offer
special inducements in rated until Jan
1 1000, at a 81.25 per day rate, room
nnd board, also rooms without board
at reasonable rates. Secure your rooms
in advuncn. Spedal arrangements for
large parties. Electric bulls, bath and
all modem improvements.
Timo FAunhikv, Pro')
Of Dross Goods ever put on
the Markot in Nemuha.
Of Candy ever Exhibited in