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The Nebraska Advertiser
H U S.US'lUtltXy rubllnlin:
FRIDAY, JUMJ 24, 1802,
PawpiiiaTRolntr wcl 10:14 inn
itiifitoiut... :i:z4 tun
Kroluht north tc east .. icoutun
KrclKlit suuth 0:35 pin
Freight arrives from tlto south at 12:50 mn
All freight tnilns curry p.wongers.
It. J. Dorr, Agent.
FIItHT JUDICIAL MSTHIOT.
District J udgeH A II Itiibcoclc, Heatrlcc; J
K Hush, lleutrico,
Treamiror Frank Hnydor
County Jiul(o-Jiirvlf) H Church
Comity Clerk J M Hurresi
County Allornoy W II Kelllgar
Hunorfntondont I'uhllo IiiHtruetlon V M
Clorlc District Court-Kd Juol
Coronor DrO Ii Conic
Surveyor J M Huclcor
fnimiv I i.owls Fisher rem.
SJ li F Mclnlnnh, Auburn
Wln rH M 0 Hhurtloil-. HoutbAuburn
Cii'UHTiAN--8orvlceH every altornatcHattir
diiy Highland .Sunday morulngand evening,
Hunday Hchool ut 10 o'nloclc a in. Prayer
meeting every wcuucsuiiy evening,
.MKTlIOIIIrU' J'JriHCOl'A 1. --
Hunday evening, Hunday Hchool Hunday
morning at iu ociocic.
rravor iiii'cLliiif nv
cry Thursday evening.
l2iicoi'Ai BarvlceM on every fecund rind
lourlli HuuduyH of the month.
It OTaLiiott; Pastor,
HOPE LODGE No. 29, A. V.kA. M.
aieciH overy iritiny muni on or
beloro full moon. Visiting brothers
i-ordiniiy Invited to attend.
,1 A TIlllH. V M. r W fuliv If M
G WOUtiP POSl'.G A H No ..inVnf.iii
Hoover's opora Iiouho on every alternate
Wednesday, at 2 pin. Jna F Drain, Coin: H
NEMAHA CITY LODGE No. 100, 1. O. G. T
MeetH every Haturduy night at tlio opera
Iiouho. Visiting members of the ordor are
cordially luvllcd to ntteud. Geo N Bauderu,
OTj VV Wanders Beo'y.
OLIVE CAMP, No 10, Woodmen of the
World, meets every Ilrst nud third Tuesday
ulghls of oaoh month In Odd Follows hall
DA Morton, CO; A K McCanUIess, Jr, Clorlc
II. W. W. KEELING,
NEMAHA CITY, NKlUtASKA.
KFICK FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF
NOTE DRUG HI ORE
Mi. Jt. novnj"i2
ami Notary Public.
NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA
KERKER & HOOVR,
. Dealers In nil kinds of
Frcfth and Salt MMMMTS.
63!IlKhent market prlco paid for Hides
CHAMBERS & CLARK,
PROPRIETORS OK THE
WE will Hell you good, fresh mcatatlowes
prices. Give uh ii trial.
Norualia City, Nebraska.
J. W. Bourne, M. D.
I'htsician and Surgeon,
NEMAHA CITY, NEB.
OFFICE IN ALLIANCE DRUG
STORE. All calls promptly
nttonded, night or day. ai 5
QEORGE B. SKEE,
Proprietor of tho
O ATISFAOTION GUAItANTKUI). If voii
All : Work : Guaranteed
To Rlvo porfoot BhtlHfnotion
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
lly tho nso of Vltullzod Air
Office In Front Rooms, HetzeVs mock
'lit Mi JMUttUMtjy
Situated one milo oast of Auburn,
make tho best brands of
on tho market. Special attention
II " LOCAL it 1 HAVEMNQ
B To renretioiiLmir win imnwn
W Iioumj. ou neod no enpllnl to
represent n firm thut warnvn tH hur
w W Hfiry stock Hurt clnss mid truo to
aiuno. WOUIC ALL THE YE.VH. 1100 per
ii on tb to tho right man. Apply mtlclc. Htut
liiCriKO. L. L. MAV A CO.,
WurNflrymou, Morlstn nnd Boedsmen,
.. . . St. l'nnl. Minn.
(XJais house is reapoHMlblo.J
Tlio closing exercises of tlto Nonliiliii
f'lty selioold woro held ut tlio opera
house lasl Friday night. The hall was
crowded, and on account of this nnd
the heat there wan considerable dis
comfort experienced. The program
was well carried out. Owing to tho
confusion in tho back part of the hall,
whero wo Blood, wo could not hear
much that was said, but wearoassuted
by those who could hear that the essays
road by Misses Nettie Hacker and Lulu
Clark wur flno. Chatlio Woodward's
oration on "Tho Volunteer Soldier"
was also excellent. .MIsi Florence
Dye delighted tlio audience witli her
singing, as slio always does. Prof. V.
M. Cileliton, county superintendent,
made a brief but most excellent talk
on tho subject of "Let Us Make Man."
l'rof. Veeder then mado tho closing
romarks, thanking tho school board
and tho patrons of the school for their
interest and helpfulness, tho editor of
The Advertiser for tho many cour
testes extended, and tlio pupils for
tho interested manifested during the
school year. One pupil, ho said, had
not been absent or tardy onco during
tlio entiro year, and he wished to hIiow
his appreciation of her faithfulness by
presenting her witli u biblo. Ho then
gave tho bible to Miss Nettie Ilackei,
who was greatly surprised as well as
gratified, as there had been no hint of
Mr. Veeder and Miss Ilawxby have
taught tho most successful school Ne
maha City over had, and the district Is
almost a unit in asking their return.
Itobt. Frost has loft at this olllco the
papers placed iu tho corner stone of the
old school house at the time it was laid
August 8th, 1870. Thero is u copy of
tho state school laws, tho premium list
of tlio state fair, the Nkiiraska Ad
vertisee, then published at Brown
villo by Furnas, Colhapp & Ilackor.tho
Brownvillo Daily Democrat, published
by Calhoun & Vancil, and two of J. P.
Crother's business cards, on tho back
of which was written: "Moderator of
School District, August 8th, 1870." On
one card part was written with ink and
port with pencil. Tho ink had almost
faded out, but tho pencil marks were
as plain as the day thoy were mado.
Wo notice in tho papors that a big
mooting had been held in Brownvillo
to discuss tho Brownvillo, Ft. Kearnoy
& Pacillc railroad question, and also
that Tecuinsoh had voted in favor of
bondB for this road. There is a notice
that on Monday, August 8th, at I p.m.,
the corner stono of tho now school
houso at Nemaha City would bo laid.
Dr, McGrow, then county superintend
ent, was to make the address.
TO AID NEHIlAbKA.
Tho Burlington & Missouri River
Railroad has prepared ami now has
ready ror distribution a now hand
book, treating of tho opportunities
winch Nebraska, northwestern Kansas
and eastern Colorado offer to fanners,
business men and invostirs.
This book has boon gotton out for
the information of eastern people, par
ticularly thoso who have friends west
of tho Missouri; It is written iu a
pleasant, easily understood stylo, by
one who thoroughly knows his subject,
and is confidently recoinmendod as
likely to stimulate immigration to a
very considerable extent.
It pictures Nebraska and thoso por
tions of Kansas and Colorado adjacent
to It, not as they might be, but as thoy
It is thought that tho best method of
distributing tlieso hand books is as fol
lows: Parties in Nebraska, Kansas and
Colorado having friends in tho oast
who nre likely to bo interested iu such
literature as this aro invited to send
tho names and addresses of theso latter
to Mr. J. Francis, Gan'l Passongor &
Ticket Agent, Burlington Route, Oma
ha, Neb., who will take pleasure in
forwarding, postpaid, to such addresses
as many copies as desired.
A sound Liver mnkes a well Man
Aro you billious, constipated or
troubled with jaundice, sick headache
bad taste in mouth, foul breath, coated
tonguo, dyspepsia, indigestion, hot dry
skin, pain in back and botweon tlio
shoulders, chills and fever, etc. If you
have any of those symptons, your liver
Is out of ordor and your blood is slowly
being poisoned, because your liverdoes
not act properlv. Horbino will euro
any disorder of the Hvor, stomach or
bowels. It has no equal as a liver
medicine Prico 7G cents, Froo sam
ple bottles at J. W. Bourne's drug
Normal Collego, Lincoln,
Grovor Cleveland was renominated
for president by the democratic nation
al convention Wednesday night, re
ceiving tho nomination on tho tlrst
ballot, Thursday Adlai K. Steveiidon,
of Illinois, was nominated for vice
- if - i
If vou want a good education with
out waste of time or money, r.ttyud
Western Normal College, Lincoln.
Tho State Beunion, G. A. K., for the
year 1802 will bo hold at Grand Island
August 20th to September. 'id, inclusive.
A rate of one faro for the round trip
has been announced from all parts of
tho state on all railroads. The attend
ance is expected to bo larger than iu
any previous year. A program is being
arranged with a view of having it par
ticularly pleasing to all Veterans, Sons
and Daughte.18 of Veterans, and niem
bars of the Woman's belief Corps. It
will embrace some new attractive fea
tures not heretofore witnessed at any
reunion in Nebraska. Camp aecom
modatlons will be more ample than
over before in overy respect, and tho
camp will bo located on tho same
ground it occupied last year. Seating
accommodations will be provided at
speakers' stand, Full particulars can
bo had by addressing Seth P. Mobloy
Chairman, George II. Caldwell. Score
tary, or Harry Harrison, Quartermas
ter. Communications coi cerning booth
privileges should be addressed to S. N.
If you want a course in music (in
cluding piano, organ, voice, harmony,
baud and orchestral instruments, etc.,)
or art, write to tho Western Normal
College, Lincoln, Neb.
TEN PRIZES FOR A PUZZLE.
The weekly World Herald is offering
S30 in four cash prizes and six prizes
consisting each of a cyclopedia, for
tho largest lists of English words con
structod out of tho letters in tuo word
"Alliance." Send one cent stamp for
particular, Tho contest closes Juno
15th. Address World Herald, Oma
Tlio Western Normal College, Lin
coin, oilers fiee tuition for a little
work, to a limited number. Write for
A SPRAINED ANKLE.
This Is a common occurranco and
ono that will lay peoplo up ordinarily
0 to 8 weeks, yet wo will guarantee
Ballard Snow Liniment to euro any
ease of sprained ankle in one to 3 dav's
I If applied at once, and to immediately
lelievo all pain. Snow Liniment will
cuio any old sore on man or beast.
It will heal all wounds and cures sprain
bums, scalds, bruises, sore tin oat, sore
chest, lame back, corns, bunions. For
rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia, con
tracted muscles It has no equal. Do
not allow any other white Inimont to
bo put off on you for Snow Liniment.
Thero is no other like It. Ask for Bal
lard's Snow Linlmoiit. Sold by all
it vou aro it poor young man or wo
man and want an education, write to
Western Normal Collego, Lincoln, Nob
Possibly they can help you.
S. II. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheuma
tism, his stomach was disordered, his
liver was affected to an alarming de
gree, appetite fell away, and ho was
terribly reduced in tlesh and strength.
Three bottles of Electric Bitters cuied
Edward Shepherd, Ilarrisburg, 111.,
had a running sore on his log of eight
years' standing. Uso- three bottles
of Electric Bittors and seven boxes of
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, and his leg is
sound and well. John Speaker.Cataw
ba, (.. had livo largo fever sores on his
log, doctors said ho was incurable. One
bottle Electric Bitters and ono box of
Bucklon'fl Arnica Salvo cured him en
tirely. Sold by Taylor Bros.
CHA.MIir.KI.AIN'N KYK AND SKIN
A certain euro for Chronic Sovo
eyes, Totter. Salt Rheum, ScaldHond
Old OhroniiJ Soros, Fovor Soros, Ec
zoma, Itch, Prnirio Scratches, Sore
Nipplos, ami Piles. It is cooling and
Boothing, Hundrods of casos liavo
boon cured by it aftor all other troat
mont had failod. 25 and GO cont boxes
or snio ut tho Koynotn Drtifj store.
If you are too old to attond tho pub
lic schools and are backward in your
studios, tlio Western Normal Collogo,
Lincoln, Neb., has classes suited for
you and you will receive special help.
A school whose diplomas aro a pass
port to success such a school is the
Western Normal College, Lincoln,
Disease icvrr successfully attacks a
system with putu blood. De Witt's
Sarsapaiilla makes pure, now blood
and eurieht'S the old. Taylor Jiros and
J. W. Taylor & Bro., the druggists,
desiro us to publish the following tes
timonial as they handle the remedy and
believe it to be reliable:
"I bought a 50 cent hottlo of Cham
berlain's Pain Balm and applied it lo
my limbs, which have been alllictcd
witn rheumatism at intervals for one
year. At the time I bought tho Pain
Balm I was unablo to walk. I truth
fully can say that Pain Balm lias com
pletely cured mo." H. II. Furr, Holy
wood, Kansas. Mr A B Cox, the lead
ing druggist at Holy wood, vouches tor
the truth of tho above statement.
It is a fixed and immutable law that
to have t;ood, sound health one must
bavopuie, rich and abundant blood.
There Is no shorter nor surer route
than by a course of Do Witt's Saisapa
rilla. Bourne and Taylor Bros.
It almost overy noiuhboihood
throughout the west thete is some one
or more persons whoho lives have been
saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Dlarrha'a remedy, or who have
been cured of chronic diarrhoea by it.
Such persons take especial pleasure In
recommending tho remedy to others
The pi aiso that follows It's introduction
and use makes it very popular 23 and
30 cent bottles for sale by Taylor Bros
It is a truth in medicine that the
smallest dose that performs tho cute is
tlio best. DeWitt's Little Early lliseif
aro tho smallest pills, will perlonn tho
cure and aro the best. Taylor Bros
for ouo dozon Cabinet
rraoliH at Huston's. Au
burn, for u short time.
Western Normal College, Lincoln,
Neb., has twenty-five departments and
Rriglit peoplo aro the quickest to
recognize a good thing and buy it. Wo
sell lots ot bright peoplo the Little
Early Hisors. If you aro not bright
these pills will make you so. Bourne
and Taylor Bros.
HAD NOT SLEPT FOR YEARS.
Mr. A. Jackson, an old resident of
Rusk, Texas, and manager of the mag
nificent new hotel at Rusk, informs us
he had not slept at night for years ex
cept in short naps, owing to incessant
coughing. He was' advised whon very
much run down to try Ballard's Iloro
hound Syrup; h was immediatelv re
lieved of Ids cough and his rest improv
ed to such a decree that ho could sleep
soundly sill night; Mr Jackson states:
"I regard Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup
superior to any cough syrup on the
market, and its freedom from opium
and morphine leave no constipation af
ter using it. For this reason alone I
consider it tho best cough syrap in tho
world for children. My lungs are now
stronger than they have been for years.
This syrup is very pnothinjr to tho
throat and lungs. Sold by all drug-,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlmt hv vlr
tuo of an order of snlo Issued out of tho
DiHtrlet Court or Notunhn county, utitto of
Nebraska, nnd to mo directed uh Sheriff of
mild county, upon u uecreo nnd Judgment
rendered by said court, in ft cuso wlieroln
John C Lnmbert. iis8lnco of Inniia.T. Jiirvls.
wnsplnlntltr, nnd Nowton C. Jnrvls wns de
lendiuit.I will oiler forwilo at public miction
nt tho door of the court houno in Auburn. In
wild county, on Monday, tho 11th day of
Tilly, A. D. 1892. at 10 o'clock n. in., tho W
lowliiB described lands In Nomaha county.
n,?,sJCnt0rW,1.t : A p.'ut of tno Houthonst
quarter (HI or tlio northeast miarter y. of
section number lourteon ri4 township num
ber four 4 north ofranuo nnmborllfteen rifll
S;, .uolnif tho north twentyfouri
lortlelh2l-10jof said trAct-nlways, howev
er, exception eleven (llj feet oil tho wost ond
r "'"i1'1 tetestlinntod to contain twonty
four 121 norcH, moro or less, together witn nil
!)ofon"ViirVOmontH 'mtl mlvllcBes thereto
ofiEiii,C.ajJnr0vr!!(er of 8fl, HS th0 P"P'ty
Dated this th day of Juno. 1892.
nv t, r, HENHY CULWELL.
Jly .ToKt. Cui.wki.1., Deputy. 7 s
NOTICE Is hereby Blven thnt by virtue of
n... V . lsl'e(1 oni or tno distr ct
court of Nomaha county, state of NobraHlca.
and to me directed nH Slierlir of said county
11 linn IV iiwrna on. I I. ..I ..'.." ""."!''
cnii n..f . 1 jHUKuiuiii roiuioreu by
tWV ,,n ""M county, o Mondny. tho lit
day of July, a. p. I8f2, at 10 o'clock n. in., the
following described lands In Nenial acointy
Nebraska, towlt , : CommoncinK attl obo "th
east corner of tho northeast quarter (I?) of
fii0! I,lr'yf0nr 3,.) ' township o1on
rr hii.UVr0f rnUK. "'W 10 enst of sixth
tu-nntv nlon,irSJ?i1,llRWCHl o liumlretl and
twenty 1201 rods, thonc north eighty 80
.. v.i."",,.- iJ ickim, uioncu
in k i. iiirnni it r nni u..i i
lllll n.l ",.-
jj-i inns, uiencu east ono
....... vw... ,,.,, nun wiiiTom .1. a. Ayresand
K. A. Avres, asslKneos of John A. Lovd worn
PlalntlllH, nnd Klla J. Lnyd. otIS, wwS
diP,n0Hl,nnl?' I will oirer for sale a public
nuotlon at tho door nr ti. .,... i.." "
nbi'i. '.luu .roc,sl 1'ionco south fortyeluht
im rods to tho place of commencing, and
ofTCU JWie't,0r.Of h",e"S th Pr0"er,y
Terms of bale, cash.
Datod this Sth day of June. 1R0
THE MILD POWER CURES.
Dr. Humphreys PperldciinroficlentlMcnlly and
enr fully prepared Hcmcdii-s, ucd for jenrs lu
private practice nml for over thirty jenra ly tlio
peoplo with entire Mlcecs. Every dlnijlo Specific
a special cure fcr tho iIIpcmko nnmort.
They euro without drugging, purging or reducing
tho8)tpm,nnilnre liiluciuii'l (lnullioHoverelgu
Remedies of Hie World.
lut or hohbcbs. cink.1. mica.
1 Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations. ,'2H
2 W'nrniN, Worm Fever, Worm Colic... .115
3-Tcctliliiu; Collo, Crylntr. WakcfulncM .11.1
4 lllrtrrhen, of Children or Adults '2.1
i I)rcntury,arlplng, Bilious Colic.... .'25
Choir rn IUnrbtin, Vomiting Vt5
7-Coiic1ih, Colds, Ihonchltts 5
8 Ncurnlftln, Tootuncho, Faccachc ... .12.?
!) Headaches, Sick. Hcadnelie, Vertigo, ,'2,'t
lO-Dyupcimlu, IJllloiiancsfl, Consttpntlon .'2.1
11 SiipnrcHNCri or l'liliitul I'erlodtt. ,12.1
1-2 Whiten, Too l'rornso Periods
in Croup, IjitryiitrltiR, IIonn-encM...
l'l Htilt Ithcum, Krj'fdpclns, Kruptlous
1.1 Itlieiiiiintlntn. or Rhcuuiatlcl'nlns.,
1(1 Mnliirlii, Chills, Tovcr and Ague...,
17 riiCH.uiuia oriiiccaing
18 Oplithiilm y, Bore or V cnlc Kyc
10 Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In tho Head
120-W'liooplnir CourIi... .125
121 Anlhtim, Oppressed Ilrenthlng 2.1
1212 Eur DIncIiiii'iick. Impaired Hearing .125
123 Scrofuln. Enlarged Glands, Swelling .125
'2 1 (Jcnernl Ilctdllty, 1'hjBlenl Weakness .125
12.1 Droimy, and Scanty Secretions 125
aO-Seii-SIclcnenH, Slcknes from Hiding .25
27 Kidney IMncriHen 125
2t Soro JHotith, or Canker 125
:i()-l)rlnnry WenltncHU, Wetting Bed.. .125
l-l'nlnruf 1'erlodn 125
:il lili.litliorlii, Ulcerated Horn Throat,. .125
33 Chronic Conuewtloim & Eruptions. .'25
88 NorvoUH Debility. Seminal Weak
ness, or Involuntary Discharges... .l.nft
X'l KpllepHy, Spasms, St. Vitus' Danco.
Sold bj Dnigglilt, or tent ct-l(l on recl t of price.
Dr. HuMriKKTa' Manual (Hi p(fi,l mailkd rsxit.
Ht'HPnilKTH' JlKli. CO., 1 1 1 A 1 1 3 Willi. m Rl., X. w Tnrlr.
S P E C I F 1 OS",
H U MPHREYS'
WITCH HAZEL OIL
"THE PILE OINTMENT."
For Piles External or Internal, Dllnd or Diced Inc i
Fistula In Ano: Itching or Weeding of tho la-etuw.
Tlio relief U Immediate tho cure certain.
PRICE, 50 CIS. TRIAL SIZE, 23 OTS.
Sold by Drufglit,or lent roit-ptld on receipt of price,
pmjii inm in ii iiiiiiii
Mrs L R Patton. Rockford, Illinoi?,
writes: "From personal experience I
can recommend Do Witt's Sarsaparilla
a cure for impure blood and geneial
debility." Bourne and Taylor Bros.
"Western Normal College, Lineo'n,
Neb. Win. M. Croan, Pres't: W. J.
"Late to bed and early to rise will
shorten tho road to your homo in tno
skies." But early to bed and a '"Little
Early Riser," the pill that makes life
longer and better and wiser. Taylor
Bros and Bourne.
Thu graduates of the Western Nor
mal Collego, Lincoln, Neb., aro in d
uiand at good salaries.
Pee those new f tylo
at Titus & Williams'.
Enter at any timo and take just such
studies as you desire at Western Nor
mal College, Lincoln, Neb.
We give r' elj.1 attentlcn t nei rejected in other
bands, alia to lnterforer.ee j, .upi all, rcjatuo, trade
mark!, the preparation of o,:iu'-on ai to Infrlnnomtnt,
scope and validity clpmwti, end the proixiutlon and
defeme of aulta for I irln-cmtr.t. Our book oflmtruo
tloni, terrai. rofciercic, rtc,, itnt Mee
lOO.'l V t HrilllllKtoll. O.
J8S5"Fend three itimpt tor fostacr un hindiome Hint
tratedbooUct, " iHVvM'vr i'rrjrm," puDlliher'i prico
25 centa, and c'r ivti iirtrrnt.il paaphlet for la
Tentora.mftnufaclurcia ai.d p.ito3'ei.
'ii.iiticii iii upcr.
A. strictly lilch-urado family acwlac
mnohiuc, poHHOHsiiis all modern
GUARANTEED EQUALto the BEST
K'rlces very rcaMonable, Obtain them
and mnko compnrluoiui.
ELOREDGE MANUFACTURING GO.