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NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. J8, 1895.
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JU. W. W. KEELING,
Nemaha City, Nehraka,
Ofllco flrat door south of Park hotel.
W. W, SANDERS,
Nomaha City, Neb.
Hadlook & Zook,
Paper Hanging a Specialty
Furniture repaired, Tinware mended.
Kerker & Hoover,
IIlHliost prices putd, for hltlos, lard, tnilow
NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA.
NH ME&T M&RKET.
Freah and Salt Meats.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Hon. Chris Sioel
Lrnva your orders
for u tciun, linck or
zsl We do the Rest.
Our Hack meo's nil
Rain is needed .
Additional local on last page.
Tho splendid weather continues.
Wo need money and need it bad,
Farmers aro busy gathering corn.
See pages four and five for additional
Littlo Harry Williams is sick with
Lindsey'a ad may be found on the
fourth pagn this week.
Wo Trill allow our subscribers 20
cents a bushel for corn.
John Lewis, of Shuhert, was a Ne
maha visitor Thursday.
J. W. Taylor drove over from Stella
Sunday, to view the ruins.
Gam StovSsf Ranges
The tire backs aro Warranted
for bMfteon years, and any parfc
thai breaks fiom action of (ire
within 12 months will bo fur
nished free of charge.
For sAle y
ANDREW AYNES, .'
Stella, - Nebraska
Operations for Cataract and all opera
tions on the eye, Vericocele, Hernia,
Hemorrhoids, etc., porformed with
out chloroform and painless. Pa
tients from abroad can obtain board
and hospital facilities at prices less
than in a city, considering skill and
sanitary surroundings. Parties
seeking relief through surgical
moans will do well to confer with
We are needing wood. Let our dei
liuquent subscribers take notice.
May Gaither is quite sick with scar
lot fevor, but is some hotter today.
For only 25 cents we will send The
Adveutiseu until .January 1st, 1890.
Uncle Ben Coon, of Stella, was the
guest of Moses Banks several days this
Mrs. John B. Seid has our thanks for
some nice sweet potatoes presented us
Fred Seabury is building a new
chimney on Mrs. Hill's millinery establishment.
Ob Scovill iias been carrying tho star
route mall for three or four weeks,
having taken the contract again.
Miss Pearl Finch, of lirownville.was
tho guest of Mrs. W. W. Sanders from
Saturday evening until Monday afternoon.
J. II. Littreli bought the Nemaha
Confectionery Wednesday, and is in
business again, only being out of busi
ness four days.
Chas, T. Minick came up from Table
Rock Wednesday, to attend the wed
ding of Paul Argabright and Miss
Lulu Elliott. He returned Thursday.
II. A. Kyle, tho veterinary surgeon,
has moved to Nemaha. Ho is living
in the house owned by Mrs. Crothor,
south of The Advertiser editor's
Uncle Ben Lesley received word a
few days ago of the death of his broth
er George, at the advanced age of 75
years, 9 months and 17 days. He re
sided in Missouri.
Mrs. S. A. Scovill is recovering from
the injurios received two weeks ago by
falling while getting out of a wagon,
but ib still suffering soveroly from the
effects of the fall.
L. D. Wheoldon, whe Is marshal of
Whito Cloud, Kansas, gave us a social
call Wednesday. Ho had boon visiting
at Auburn for n few days and was on
his way back to Whito Cloud.
Wm. Burgess, who llyod in Nemaha
a shore time about a yoar ago, moving
from hero to Missouri and from there
tc Iowa, has returned to Nemaha. Ho
failed to find as good a country.
Alex. Roblsou, tho South Auburn
morchant, has an advertisement on the
fifth pago that will interest you if you
need any clothing, furnishing goods or
anything olso in his lino. Road it.
Stephon Cooper has bought John
IIarpor'3 interest in the livery stable
and dray business. John Elliott is
now foreman in tho business. John
Harper will move on a farm and feed
cattle this winter.
Miss Moilio Tourtolot informs us
that she will bo in Nemaha again in
about six weeks. Those wishing to
consult a first class optician will do
well to call on her. Due notice will
be given of her next visit.
Mrs. Weddei asks us to request farm
ers and others not to tie their horses to
her fonco, as part of tho fence lias been
torn down several times by teams that
were hitched to it, causing her consid
erable trouble and somo exponso to get
George Fablinger and Ben Burress
were campaigning in Nemaha Tuesday
and gave this olllco a social call. They
reported an enthusiastic meeting at
Peru Monday night, and an oncourag
ing reception wherever they go. They
express themselves as being confident
of republican victory nil along the line.
Dr. Keeling ropotL the birtli of a 9
pound girl to Mr and Mrs', Will Swan
on last Saturday, October 12th. It is
hard to tell who feels the proudest, the
parents, Grandpa and Grandma Swan,
Grandpa and Urandma Hacker, or
Greatgrandpa and Greatgrandma Max
well. May the littlo one live to bo a
comfort and a blessing to tho parents.
Walt Jarvis has been under tho caro
of Dr. E.O. Smith, of Kansas City, Mo.,
a specialist m tho treatment of cancer,
for several months. The left eye ha
been taken out, also several pieces of
bono. A few days ago another opera
tion was performed to remove tho
proud flesh, and Dr. Smith thinks the
cancer is now curud. Walt lias suffered
terribly for it long time and wo hope lie
has found relief.
Tho firm of Cooper & Harpor, pro
prietors of tho Nomaha livery and dray
business, is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent, John Harper retiring.
Dated this Mtli day of October, 1805.
I. K. Cooper has boen walking about
with a cane for several days in a very
dignified manner, but says it isn't dig
nity liut a lame back that causes him
to walk 'In that manner.
B. F. Ncal, one of tho leading young
attomovs of Auburn, waB in towi on
legal business Wednesday. Ho took
iufllcient timo to call at this ofllco and
talk politics for a few minutes.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marple, -of
Yates Center, Kas., visited Mrs. Fannio
Yackly and other rulativos in this vi
cinity for several days lust week and
tho first of this week, starting for
New .stock of Pants just received at
TitUB & Williams.
Tako the wagonette when in Auburn
for any part of the city. EaBy riding.
Quick time. All trains met. John
R, C. Morton has leased tho Finch
hop, and is prepared to do all kinds of
tlncksmithing and woodwork prompt-,
ly and at low figures. Your patronage
Fur Capes, Cloth Capes, Plush Capes,
Ladies' and Misses' Jackets
and Children's Newmarkets.
Large Variety, . Good Quality,
Low Prices. Come and see.
O. "V. TOUKTELOT,
OF THE FIRM OF
MERRILL & TOURTELOT, STERLING, NEBR.
"Will lo in INcnxalia,
iiiiliif id Mondar, Oct. 19-21
Shoitly after seven o'clock Wednes
day evening, at the home of tho biido's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rabo Elliott, in
this city, Rev. E. S. Chamborlain pro
nouncod tho words which Joined In
holy matrimony Mr. Paul Argabright
and Miss hula Elliott.
Tho weddlnp march was played by
Miss Cora Argabright, a sister of the
groom. Tho brido was tastefully
dressed in whito silk and the groom
wore tho customary black. After tho
congratulations were over the guests
were invited to tho dininj room whero
thoy partook of an elegant suppor.
Both the young pooplo aro well and
favorably known, having always lived
in this community, They will mako
their home on tho farm in Aspinwall
precinct. The good wishes of a hoBt
of friends follow them.
Next biinday afternoon at 3 o'clock
our former citizen, 0. V. Tourtolot, of
Sterling, will lecture at tho Christian
church on what ho saw and heard dur
ing his recent trip to Boston as a dole
gate to the national convention of tho
Young Peopled Society of Christian
Endeavor. The lecture will doubtless
bo very interesting and instructive.
Everybody is mvitPd. Tho young peo
pie of Nemaha and vicinity are espec
ially unjed to h( present
I am very much in need of money
and must havo what is duu mo on ac
count, so am obliged to ask every ono
indebted to mo to call at unco and seti
tlo. Mrs. Theo. Hill.
Tho Mothodist ladies' aid society has
decided to giro a supper at the poor
farm Thanksgiving night for tho pur
pose of raising money to pay off tho re
mainder of tho church extension loan.
At the timo tho church was built a
loan of $250 at 6 per cent interest was
secured from tho church oxtension
fund. This was to be paid at tho rate
of $50 a year and interest. In June,
1891, when tho church was dedicated,
the ladies' aid society assumed tho pay
ment of this obligation. Tho last pay
ment is duo January 1st, 1890. Tho
ladies havo to raise 820 or $25 moro to
meet this payment and want to make
it at thin supper. This will put tho
church entirely out of debt.
Bring ub your old gold and silver
ring3 and watch casos. Wo pay you
full value for them.
S II Avky fc Co, Auburn, Nob.
I have taken charge of the Nemaha
Roller Mills, and am prepared to do
custom grinding of all kinds on short
notice'. Feed grinding 8 cents por 100.
Givr mo a trial. I will guaranteo to
please you in quality of work, and
treat you whito.
Frank M. Sohultz.
When you come to Auburn bring all
your Jewelry, which wo will clean and
polish and make it look almost like
now, for which wj make NO CHARGE
S II Avey & Co, Auburn, Neb.
I will bo in Nomaha Saturday and
Monday, October 19th and 21st, with a
nico largo stock of Cloaks! Will bo
able to lit large or small on days of
BalO. OlIAltLEY TOURTELOT.
Mr W P McCalf, who has boon for
many years with the firm of J B
Trickey & Co, of Lincoln, and who is
an engraver of high merit, lias boon
engaged by us. Call.and see somo flno
specimens of his work.
S II Avey & Co, Auburn, Neb.
Titus & WilliamB carry a good grade
of goodB, and their prices aro roason
ablo , N o Bhoddy goods kept to mako a
STOCK or SIM) POTATO US. XJOEKALHAL-
AKY or COMMISSION PAID WEEKLY.,
i'EKMANHNTninl PAYINu POSITIONS to
UOOIIJIHN. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS to .
HECIINNEKU. EXCLUSIVE TEIUUTOKY
OIVKN IV DK.SIUED. Write nt oneo for I
Tuo Hawks Nursery 0o., Milwaukee, Wis
Wo acknowledge a pleasaut call on
Monday from II. E. Peery, populist
candidate for county clerk. The only
thing we know of that can bo charged
against Henry is his politics and his
associations with such follovH as John
Dunuas, Bob Smith and other pops.
A good Cloak and Stylish Wraps at
Cloak Sale Saturday and Monday, Oct
19th and 21st.
WANTED-Old gold and silver, for
which wo pay the highest market
price. S. II, Avey & Co.,
Fall and Winter Millinery
Mrs. Hill has just returned from
market with a lino selection of New
Millinery and Notions. Prices always
the lowest. Call early for first choice.
J. W. CRANMER & CO.
The only dealers in the
Lucky Worsted Clothing.