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title: 'The Nebraska advertiser. (Nemaha City, Neb.) 18??-1909, June 07, 1895, Image 1',
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NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, L895.
& JL0CJ1JL JYOTHS 4fr
School closos today.
of Auourn, was in
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oa Scovill drove
from Barada Wednesday.
Attend the entertainment of tho
"little folks" tomorrow night.
T. A. Glark writes us to chango the
address of his paper to York, Mo.
Mrs.Fannlo Fairbank, of Auburn,
visited Nemaha friends several days
J. L. ilfolviu carao ovor from Stella
Monday, and Is staying in tho drug
store for a few days.
M. II. Taylor wont to Omaha Mon
day, to attend tho meeting of the
The recent rains have extended all
over the west, and everyone is feeling
Mrs. J. L. Melvln and two daughters
came over from Stella Wednesday, and
visiting Mrs. M. II. Crother for a fow
Mr. and Mr3. E. D, Rogers, of Au
burn, came to Nemaha last Saturday,
visiting friends in this vicinity until
Mrs. John Beard, of Arcadia, Nebr.,
is visiting friends and relatives in this
section. Mrs. Beard is a sister of Mrs
James K. Geo. who now lives about
eleven miles northeast of Beatrice,
gave us a (all Wednesday. He drove
in the day before.
M.S. Emma Butler returned from
Marysvllle, Mo , last Saturday, after a
week's visit witli her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. t.eo. Hoskins.
Miss Myrtle Clary, of Trinidad, Col
orado, is visiting her grandfather, Jos
Reard, living on tho bottom road be
tween Nemaha and Brownvillo.
Geo. Fairbrother has sold the Tal
mage Tribune to his son-in-law, John
DeMotte, and will move to Omaha
where he has bought an interest in a
Married. At the home of thobrido's
parents, in Drownvillo.on Wednesday,
Juno 5th, by Hev. Wm, Cowley, Mr.
Lewis Langworthy, of Beatrice, and
Mies Clara F. Meitz, of Brownvillo.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed E. Samlets and
daughter, Miss Clytle, of Whiting,
Kansas, came to Nemaha Thursday, to
visit mother and brothers for a few
days and attend the Commencement
Frank Argahrlght and JHss Mary
Chamberlain, Albert Titus and Jtas
Nina Moore, MiBS Lulu Clark, Eugene
Howo and Carl Sunders attended tho
commencement exorcises at l'eru
Galush Melvln, of Mound City, Mo
was shaking hands with ids many Ne
maha friends Wednesday. Ho drove
ovor from Stella that morning, with
his wife and two children, returning
in the evening.
D. D. DaviB drove up to Nemaha a
few days ago and bought a lino large
range of Andrew Aynes. He already
had one big one, but bought another
one to put in tho summer kitchen, so
ho would not havo to move the stove
in tho spring and fall.
Uncle Sam Brimble says he has the
best foundation under his new house of
any man In town. He certainly has a
good foundation, nnd will have a good
houso whon It is comploted. Taylor
Gillespie and Fred Seabury are doing
the stone work nnd plastering, and II.
II. Vonfelden the carpenter work.
ilfiss Harris, the South Auburn mil
liner, has the latest styles and lowest
There were two changeB in Nemaha
county postoillces tills week. J. N,
Simmons was appointed postmaster at
Glenrock, vice Wm. Pierce, resigned,
and S. A. Hickman was appointed
postmaster of Howo, vice W.B. Smith,
T. II. Itailsback, Miss Celia Rails
back and Miss LydiaSkeon.of Auburn,
were initiated into tho order of the
Eastern Star, of Nemaha, Monday
night, .Refreshments were served
after the ceremonies of initiation and
election of otlicers of tho Star, and ot
course all had an excellent time.
mere aro two or turee persons in
Nemaha that do not lake Tmc Advisr.
tiskr, but these same parties always
nihiiage to borrow a copy, and are al
ways the iirst to find fault with any
thing they do not like. They talk as
loud about it as if they bore ail tiie ex
pense of tho publication of tha paper
but they never contribute a cent,
Now watch them flutter.
J. II. Veeder, who has been primci
pal of tho Ne.iiaha schools for the
past four years, has certainly given
splendid satisfaction as a teacher. The
graduates of our schools who have
taught havo all made flue teachers.
He has brought the Nemaha school up
to a high grade, and it is recognized as
ono of tho very best schools of tho
state of its grade. Mr. Veeder's
health is not good, and he will retire
from teaching for the nnxtyear We
are pleased to learn t list he has no in
tention of leaving Nemaha
The school board met at the school
home Monday night for the purpose of
engaging teachpra for tho ensuing
year. The applications of a number
of teachers for each department wore
road. It was decided, however, in
view of the indebtedness of tho dis
trict, to havo only two teachers for
the next veur. tho nrimarv teacher to
utS40 nor month and the nriIieiiml
s.-,njnr month. A h.uiot w,in t,ikn
for principal and W. L. Davenport
was elected. Miss May Brooks was
elected teacher of tiie primary depart
ment. Mr. Davenport taught the in
termediate department this year, and
gave the very best satisfaction. Miss
Brooks has taught the primary depart
ment for three years, and is one of the
ni03t successful primary teachers in
Big stock of Shirt Waist at Jbore's
Daylight Store, South Auburn.
II. Bellas' lumber yard afc South
Auburn is the placo to get lumber,
lime, sand, cement, brick, etc.
For low prices on Clothing call at
Joore's Daylight Store, South Auburn .
MONEY TO LOAN on farms, at
low rate of interest. Apply at this
Shoes for all of tho human family at
Jbore'a DaylightStore, South Auburn.
Doctor II. R. Fish, of Gravois Mills
Mo., a practising physician of many
years experience, v rites: Do Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve has no equal for
Indolent sores, scalds and burns. It
stops pain instantly, heals a burn
flllin.klv nnd lanvna tin annr W
If you want to seo one ortlie best
entertainments ever given in Nemaha,
attend the coucert to bo given
tomorrow (Saturday) night by tho prh
mary department of our public school.
Miss May Brooks has trained the chil
dren carefully, and tho entertainment
is said to be tho best ever given by tho
primary department, and rll of them
havu boon first class. To see these
children go through tho drill is well
worth the price of admission, which is
only 10 cents. Reserved seats 13 cents.
For latest styles millinery go to Jflss
Harris, at South Auburn.
The Christian Sunday school ob
served last Sunday an Children's Day.
Tho exercises were hold in tho even
ing, and wore lino. There wore rocita
tioiiB by the little ones, songs, etc.
The marching when the children came
on to sing the choruses was excellent.
Every word Bpoken in the recltatiois
could bo heard distinctly all ovor tho
church. Juoh praise is due tho su
perintendent, H. E. Williams, and to
Miss Mary Chamberlain and Jrs. May
Veeder for training tho children. Tho
collection amounted to 10. ill) which
goes to the foreign mission cause.
Tho following, taken from tho Rock
port (Mo) Mail, refers to the death of
a former well known citizen of Ne
maha: "Jerome Tann died of typhoid fever
fever at the homo of his son-in-law,
Henry Enoch, on Tuesday morning,
May 28. 1805. His funeral took place
at the Christian church on Wednesday
at 2 o'clock p. in. Dr. B. E. Dawson
.iiid Hev. B F. Armstiong wore the of
"Mr. Tann had passed his 70th year.
He was a native of the state of New
York. When a youth his parents emi
grated to Miami county, Indiana, mid
there ho grow to manhood. Ho after
wards settled in Nemaha county, Ne
braska, where he married and remained
a number of years. His residence in
tnis county and city dates back 22
"His sickness was of short duration.
All that loving hands could do was he
stowed on him in his last hours.
"His remains now lio in Elmwood
B. Bull Andrkws, M. I)., Pn. D.,
Nemaha. Nur, April 15, 180
To my friendsand patrons of Nemaha,
Nebraska, and vicinity:
I have from the above date opened
nan ollice in jNematm that l will visit
, I Tuesday of each week to accommodate
my patrons. In my absence my son
who is a qualified physician, will care
for my interests and your wants. Tho
boy is yet a minor, but no novice in
tiie art of medicine and surgery .having
been my assistant for six years.attend-
I d three full course of lectures, and
sumo all responsibility for his acts
and conduct while attending to my af
fairs in your community, and I will
sustain and counsel him free of charge.
Yours very truly,
B. Bull Andrkws.
Cofilns and CaskBts for sale by Arm
strong & Armstrong.
A WOMAN WHO WILL WORK
Wantkd in every county to introduce
tho Celebrated "Hygeia" Waists for all
ages. ThiB waist supercedes the corset
and has received tho unanimous appro
val of the leading physicians. S3 00
Outfit Freo. Any energetic woman
can make from $15 to 850 woekly.
Send for ciiculars and terms.
IIvokia M'f'o Co.,
378 Canal St., New York.
FIFTY CENTS TO JAN. I, 1800.
That is an awful little bit of money
for a twico-a-week paper like tho Semi
Weekly Journal, but if you send 50
cents you will receive that paper until
January 1, 1800. You will find It the
farmer's daily. Market! alone are
worth more money than that, If you
take It tho rest of this year for 00 cents
you will want it always. If you got
up a club of 50 cent subscribers you
can havo a copy free for your trouble.
Address, Nebraska State Journal,
Special PANTS SALE
200 pairs to bo sold at tho
Blue Front, Auburn,
SATURDAY, JUNE 8.
You cannot afford to miss this sale, as wo aro going to oil pants for
Less than the Cloth cost the Manufacturers.
Wo will also give some raro bargains in
Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits.
Wo have all size.", colors, Btjles and prices. Best llttlng, best trimmed and
best made clothing in the county.
Remember, we arc not selling for Cost,
but for Less Mone than other merchants
can buy the same goods, as our goods come
direct from the manufacturer.
No middleman In it when you buy at tho Blue Front. You pay no trav
eling man's exp.enses or sale protlts, which saves you at least 25 pur cent.
J. "W. Oranmcr & Co.,
Sunday night KerKor & Hoover's
shop was entered and somo postage
stamps and pennies taken. The next
day a young fellow who has been
around town for a fow days tried to
trade postage stamps at the stores, and
was promptly arrested and taken be
foie 'Squire Gilbert, when ho confessed
to entering the shop, lie was lined
$5 and costs, which has been settled
and the young man released. On ac
count of his parents, who are respect
able people, wo refrain from giving his
name. This is said to bo his flrat of
fense, and wo trust he has learned a
lesson that will prevont him from ever
again trying to get anything dishon
estly. Do you want brick, lime, sand or co
ment? I have all kinds of building
material. I havo a car load of brick
on track at B, & M. depot.
Titus & Williams have just received
a line assortment of sines and slippers.
Best goods, lowest prices.
Do You Want Implements
Of any kind? If so, you can get what you want of
. j. jycoiToisr.
maing ana Wat Icing iJiows,
Disc narrows, ,.,., Lever Harrows,
Cultivators of all hinds,
Corn Planters, Check Rowers,
And all goods usually kept for sale in tho Implement trade
Opposite Kerkor & Hoover's meat markot, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA.
Almoiit Ibex-clocii TSTo.XlOOO
Standard by brooding;, performance and as siro of spood.
Raco record over Half-Mile Track to Old-Stylo Sulky, 2:22.
Sired by Aberdeen 27,he by Hambletonian 10; first dam by Almont 33, ho
by Alexander's Abdullah 15; second dam by Ashland 47, he by Mambrlno Chief
11; third dam by Toronto Chief 85, ho by Royal George 0; fourth dam thor
oughbred. It will be seen that there are united in Almont Aberdeen's veins the most
famous, valuable and successful trotting blood lines known to the west, or to
the trotting turf of the world, which lines are supported by stout, winning rac
ing thoroughbred strains. He is the sire of Alloou 2:21; A. A. 2:20; Alraodeen
2:31; and many other trotting un pacing colts that will soon enter tho
No Stallion anywhere, of equal speed, individuality, pediqree, and as a
producer of srted, is making such low prices, and on such liberal terms. Sea
son began April 1st and closes positively July 1st, 1805.
TERMS : 820 Insurance Conditional Note yiven; $15 Cash for the Season .
For additional information apply at tho barn of
W. W. SHANKS, South Auburn, Nbr.
Dr. A, S. IIolladay, Owner.
W. W. Shanks In Charge.
Our patrons will find DoWitt'a
Little H.irly Uisersa safe and reliable
remedy for constipation, dyspepsia
and livor complaints. M. II. Taylor.
The partnership heretofore existing
between lt.ll. McManus and J.L.Unlth.
under tho firm name of McManus &
Haiti) is this day dissolved by mutual
consent, 11. II. McManus retiring. J.
L. Haith will continue the business at
the old stand.
Dated May 24th, 1805.
It. II. JcJANU8.
J. L. II Arm.
New stock of Rats just received at
Titus & Williams'.
I havo a car load of brick on track at
R. & M. depot. Seo me if you want
good brick. I am handling all kinds
of building material.
Wo havo made arrangements whore
by we can send Tim Advkrtiskr and
ho Inter Ocean both ono year for only
81 00 cash in advance.