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NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1891
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T)R. W. W. KEELING,
Nemaha City, NemiakA.
Office at llesldouco, corner .First and
Dr. Mi. S. Gaithcr,
Physician and Sfeeon,
Ilua located in Nomalm Cf, and
will answer all calls, day or night.
OlHce first door south of Keynote
drug store. 3 0
Kerker & 'Hoover,
TTH A TS
Mv eoi,,eHl prices pnidlfor hldeB, Inrd.ltailow
w)wwxaha City, Nebraska.
All ovc '
ED. E. SANDERS,
witliou ; -
,..,nin:coovor Knnnor's nnil Morchnnt'H
; .rft National Hank.
lmnlrRN, - - NEBRASKA.
au E. M. MTTIX Prow.
U iiiiui i iun( ui iiucn, uuuiuiint i)iumuuqtutv;i
Flno assortment of Cundlo, ClKurs, Tobac
cos, etc. Corner bulldlni; south of Aynes'
hardware) storu, Nemaha City.
JAS. C. MILLER,
ar?5e" ' '. .
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tf .i ....,tf S ..vri.fc..
rm w - - - i i m-
gs kept. Charges reasonable
1 Teams fed and cared for. i
Hauling of all kinds dono promptly.
NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA.
Duncan's White Prolific,
largo Held variety of white, Sl.00 per
bushel, delivered, on board cars.
'SneM frco. This corn would cost
doublt from seed house. Come to
my farm and see for yourself.
Ltico without sacks, 05 cents per
mileso ' of IIowe.Nobniska.
riio's Kcincdir f?r Cntarrh 1 tho
Best, Kualcst to Use, ami Cheapest.
fc-rr. w m.m b
Bold by DruKpliU or tent liy mall.
COo. E. T. Hazcltlne, Warren, I'd.
j HADH0CK.& NEIL,
House Painting, ';
PAPER HAHGhlB A SPECIALTY,
. -S. Groat time and
'$m moiuy f.a.;r. A
QiKKQrnt iircosujty ililHtlfr
.-, oiiveuwrco at-
jJS a ways, Tlic best
outtlt e-vcr o'feren
fir tuillln lii. 1tir
-it r inlrlniy IrMjts
i us,rubie boot"
iir w.-nt VftiiPttrUout.
?.?! fit i.n'ltiil . V. -
iaIji"'Jl illJ Mniw , 1 U
gyTUibC ool uay
fur ' ticijihcfTi.s
i . - i.iiij .tvm UT'.r-
y'ear. Compteto hhr? nit,r iwtflt, Includinf,
iron lafitis and st"larl uit rvorytMoic uec
sarr for omiijlf tn v.-m t. 23 artkH-H only
.). Sec cut. Krtra ols, He, jfvt har
csa work-31 artkl, f r.lihr outfit b
express or frclybt, n it' '"tjcr.t,.o; r, ,el;t of
yrtcc. The ono o"l"rlt , tlio lu 'tj t In a ptice
! vrtfitLit- ttJ ..., ii.'..
ifcnn-a tno tvienry ? ' f, ;e proi.r
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ECONOMY SUPHLV hOUO.i, I ; m, Ohio
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Bacon ' 15
Lard '. 15
Chickens-hens, 0; young roosters. . 8
Mj O C.'I Kj .'VO Ttu .
E. D, Rodgersvislted tho
seat Thursday. "
Wesloy Dundas drove in from Au
Dr. and Mrs. II. S.Gaither drove out
to Auburn Tuesday.
Mrs. John Maxwell visited frionus-
in Stolla Thursday. V
Mart Hill, of Stella, rejoices A the
birth of another girl.
P.S. Ileacock shipped a car
to East St. Louis Tuesday.
J L. Melvin, ofStella, was In town
Monday and Tuesday, on business.
Wo had a sliglit shower Thursday
just enough to make the roads a little
Frank llawxby took in tho Ringling
circus at Tecumaoh lust Saturday. lie
.'says it was groat
Rev, L. L., Combs, of Auburn,
proachnO at tho Christian chUrcli hero
W- . , ,,.o.n' '. V aiAiJCZXBBSS3 -
JViwofhK?irMll, assistant cashier of
tho First National Bunk of Auburn,
was in town Thursday.
Win. L. Weddle, who recently join
ed the Christian Chinch, was baptized
in the Clark lako last Sunday.
Strawberries havo boen badly iir
jured by the continued dry weather
and byHlie frost Friday night.
Wo understand tiie Mohawk MedN
cine Theatrical Company that was
hoio two weeks ago bus "busted." Too
Dr. W.W. Keeling started for South
Dakata Tuesday, to visit l wo sons and
a daughtet, who aro ate living in that
A. II. McCandless & Sons shipped
three curs corn to East St. Louis and
two cars corn fo Louisville, Ivy., WoiN
John Moore, who has been at Lincoln
for a week or two, came homo Wednes
day, after a stop for a day or two at
Robert Sampson arrived in Nomnha
City Wednesday evening, from Dun
bar, whore he Iuib been stopping for
tho past six weoks.
Miss Minnie Elliott returned home
Monday, from Cairo, Nebr., where she
has taught a very successful school tho
past nine mouths.
Memorial services at tho opera house
next Sunday, at elovun o cloak it. m.
Rev. P. Van Fleet of Peru, will
preach the sermon.
Dr. Blake, tho dentist, writes us lie
was unable to get here last Saturday,
as advertised, but will bo here Satur
day of this week, without fail.
O. N. Titus lias been appolntod sup
erintendent of tho fruit department ot
the Nemalia County Fair. A better
selection could not havo been made.
Walt Hadlock bought a now wagon
the other day, and now says ho is in
dependent so far as n wagon is con
cerned, uud will neither borrow nor
Mrs. Theo. Hill and Mrs. M. II.
Crothor drovo over to Stella Inst Sun
day. 0. W.Ftiirbrother, sr., of Brownvillo
and his grandson, Frank Hulburd,
woro in town Inst Saturday.
John n. Hadlock ami Goo. V. Noll
hayo formed u partnership in the
painting business. Seo tholr card.
Kemp Colorlck subscribes for The
Advkhtiseh for his brother, Juff
Colerick, who is now at Alliance, Nob.
Mm. S. A. Scovill went to Blue
Springs today, to visit her brother,
John Ault, who, wo regret to learn,
has boon sick for a long time.
Members of tho G. A. It. post put
oight tombstones at tho head of the
nfavps of old soldiers last Saturday.
ineo aro seventeen oni Honours ummi
in the Nomnha City eomotory.
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Tho supper cu'4jn at mo rejamoneo oi
11. D. WatorTnan hist K
tho Metboliist ladiesWn
cess fura ff air In every r
thin over 817 wis
Tho Ladies Aid Society of M. E.
Church will give a "Crazy Tea" Junij
2d. Horn 5 to 7 o'clock. Suppor 1
cents. Stiawherries will also be pro
vided for those who wish tlfom.
A heavy frost fell all over tho west
Friday night of this week. In this
Bootion littlo damago was done, but
farther west and north corn was cut
down, much gardon stull killod, and
fruit badly injured.
Mcluinch, of London precinct,
iiviiiimi..uleBuiit call ThwOav. ' He
liaff-ju'st coinplUriTauTfiig to market
about 15.000 bushels of corn,, which ho
s ld to A.H. McCandlcss & Sons the
first corn ho has sold nt Nemaha City
lor many years.
Tho members of tho Auburn Y. I'.
S. C E . of tho Christian clinch drove
down to Noinana City last Sunday
afternoon, and mot with tho society of
this place. A very interesting and in
structive session was held, and the
society here was greatly encouraged
by tho visit.
Dr. Kay is ono democrat who is not
hunkering after an oll'co. llo was ap
pointed a member of tho pension ex
aminers for this county, but declined
tho lienor. Dr. Cant, of Auburn, also
declined. Dr. Oppermaun and n doct
or from Julian voio appointed in their
Tho Great American Show was hero
last Saturday. This company, con
trary to the costum, fulfilled about all
the features advertised wo understand.
Tho balloon addition atractod great
attention. Tho balloon docended
south of town. On account of a rip
in tho parachute ho did not leap with
it but came down with tho baloon.
Wo aro assured by tho peoplo of
Beat-iico that tho Beatrice University
to by started by Mrs. Allio A. Minick
is now almost a certainty. Ono thous
and lots are to bo sold at 8125. each.
Over halt of these havo been sold.
Mrs. Minlclc puts up due building,
costing about 8100.000, suitably equipp
ed for a university, and 'also olidows it
it with a goodly sum. Parties wishing
to invest can learn full particular by
writing Mrs. Minick at Beatrice,
where she is now living.
J. F. Prentis, of Pawneo City, spe
cial agent of tho New York Life In
surance Company, was in town Thurs
day. Mr. Prentis is tho champion
life insurance agent of tho United
States, and if ho can't talk it man into
insuring there in no use in any one
else trying it. Ho has the advantage,
too, of working for a company that
everybody knows is second to none. .
Foil Sai.k. A residence proporty
in N'emalra Citj.- Small house, in good
repair Inqure at this offilce.
Tho pupils of tho primary depart'
mont of tho Notnnhn City schools
will repeat their presentation of this
pleasing fairy-like drTuna at Hoovor'a
opera houso on Saturday ovoning, Juno
2d, 1804. Tho drama will bo followed
by a tambourine drill, oxecutod by
twolve girls from tho primary depart
ment. Thoso who saw tho play and
drill provlously will neod no urging to
attend agnin. Thoso who did not see
it should not fail to bo prosent at ono
of tho best entertainments evor given
in Nemaha City.
The republican Htnto convention will
be held at Omaha August. 22l. Tho
repcesontation is based on tho vote cast
fori. M. Raymond for regent last year,
giving one dolegato at largo and ono
for each 100 voles or major fraction
thereof. This will make tho number
of delegates 058.
Thpjiantariuin, at Lincoln, Is attract-
Jiuikiuflidurablo attention for tho ro-
,iriiii;kHulo cures of rheumatism
.nervous prostration, akin disoasos, etc.,
byitho use of tho salt water baths.
nalysis Af tho water shows that in
nodical qualities It is only equalled by
ono of tho celebrated springs in tho
United States Saratoga Springs in
Now York oxcooding tho Hot Springs
of Arkansas and South Dakota.; Many
prominent citizens havo given the
highest recommendations of tho cum,
tlvo qualities of tho wator. I f you aro
troubled with any chronic ailment,
wjlte to Dr. Evoretts, manager of tho
Sulpho-Salino Bath Co., Lincoln, or
go up nnd seo for yourselves,
Prohibition County Convontion.
TLrtUlimhiliti'V,'H l.Ni;abst Co.,
I are hereby called tomootijiifftrivontlori
in the court Iioiihu, at .Aulnirii, Tno.s-
dfts June 5th, at 2 o'clock p. in., for
tho purposo of electing four delegates
to the state convention to bo hold at
Lincoln, Nob., July -lid and 4th, and
to transact surh other business as may
come before the convention.
By order of tho Coinmittoo.
ONLY SIX DAYSM0RE.
In which to tuko advantage ot our
splendid Special Offer, and one of thoso
is Sunday, sit you roally only have Ilvo
dnyn in which to secure tho
Chicago Inter Ocean
Both ono year, only $1.50 in advajico.
This oiler expires Thursday, May
lilst, lb!) I. Tukoadviuitiigooflt.
Dr. Blake, DontNt, will be In Nema
ha City Saturday. May UOth.
The County Commissioners will bo
n session as a board of equalization
not less than three nor moio than
thirty days, commencing on tho first
Tuesday after tho second Monday in
Juno. .1. M. Bukukss,
tons of ice.
-Tweniy-flvo or thirty
A, L. Jakvis.
Clinkinbeard.tho Auburn photogra
pher, has recently removed to tho
rooms over Thompson & Peery'a store,
where ho has titled up one of the finest
studios to be found in the state. The
room has been remodelled, provided
with now lights and furnished especial
ly for uso as a gallery, and with all
conveniences and modern appliances
lie is prepared to Uiin out a better
class of work than before. The old
Huston stand wa, found unfit to do
tho class of work ho wished to turn
out, and a change was deemed neces
sary. Don't visit Auburn without
pitying a visit to tho new studio. Re
member the place, over Thompson &
Peery's groceiy store.
Program of tho sorrlces to bo hold
nt Hoover's Opora House, NoninhnUlty
on Decoration Day, May aOth. 1804.
Services will begin at 11 o'clock n. m.
Music by tho choir.
Kceltttt'.on. "Tho Littlo Blnck-cycd
Kobel", Annlo Fro9t.
Reoltntlon. "Only n Crippled
Soldier", Mnud Chiunborlnln,
Recitation. "Song of tho Unttlo
Flsg", Ponrl Finch.
Reoltntlon. "Tho Crutch In tho
Corner", Lulu Elliott.
Recitation. "The Crtilso of tho
Monitor", Fay Qui titer.
Recitation ''The Fight at Lookout,"
MIh9," Katto Frost.
Address by Judge Day ward, of Neb
Adjournment for diiinor.
At 2 o'clock p. in., the procession will
form in front of the opera Iiouro', head
ed by tho lbtg audCt. A. R. post, and
proceed to tho ceinetoiy. At the gate
thnO.A.R. post will maruh In ilrst,
followed by the committee on flowers.
At the grave of each old soldier tho
members of tho post will form lu open
order and stand at salute while the
committee on flowers decorate
Following is tho progiam for tho
second annual coinmuucemout of tho
Nemaha City high school, Hoover op
era house, 8 p. in., Thursday, May 31:
Instrument!!! Solo, . (Strauss,
Miss Mary Chamberlain.
Duct -"Mui'miiriii): Sea." M'"saes
Vuvu Clark Mini LllHo Aiiiok.
Salutatory uuu Oration- "Small
Megiuuiiigs," . Charlie Howe.
Oration "SolfHolps," Melllo Mlnick.
Vocal Solo "ADlamoud Ring."
Miss Maudo Mlnick.
Oration "Idoas of Nations,"
Oration and Valedictory "Signal
Lights," . Nina Moore.
Quartette "Moonlight Will Conm
Misses Maudo Minick and Berth!!
bkeoii; Messrs. Frank and E. L.
Class Address, . ltev. M. M. Goodo.
Presentation of Diplomas,
D. A. Morton, Cliairmaiu of Board.
Taken up, at my residence, a half
mile west of the Bennett mill, in Ne
malia precinct. Thursday evening,
May 10, I KIM, ono sorrel mure, sup
posed to bo three years old this spring;
blazed face, and branded on left hip by
an "1 X" over a bar. Owner can havo
above property by proving ownership
and paying costs. Bicn Coi.kiucjk.
Taken up, on the premises of tho
undot signed, one mile south of N mil as
ha City, on Thursday, May 17, 180 f,
ono light rod, medium sized cow, with
drooping horns, branded with an "S"
on right hip Owner can have samu
by proving proporty, and paying for
care and advertising.
SICK TIIK CAMEL
skin shoos at Titus & Williams.
"DO. YOU WEAR PANTS?"
Do you know that Titus & Williams
hnvojust received a new stock of tho
best punts made? Do you know their
prices correspond with tho iiard times ?
Co and seo them.
Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoko your Life Away'
Ih tho truthful, HtartlliiK tltltiof a llttln bnnlc
that tclln all iibi)it, No-to-lme, tlio woiulerriil
liiiniih.'hH liuimtiilci'il tobacco habit caret, Tim
cost h trilling and tho man who wants to
fin 11 and can't runs no physical or lli.iuiclnl
rlhlc In UHliiK 'No-lo-buo," Hold by all Unm-
Hook at li .ik ritorus or by mall fren, Ad
dtoNs Tho Kterllnn lluinody Co., Indiana
Minora! BprliiKS Ind.
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
Yellow Jersey for sale at Titus