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NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1890.
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JLocal jN ews
Another light snow lust Sunday,
See Ulil & Keulinu for tire liisuratiro
Frank Hodges went to VordouTuos
tlay. Tom Thompson went to St. Joe last
I. C. Morton visited Johnson lust
Mrs. Kiu'licl Weddol unci daughter
visaed Auburn Thursday.
Mrs. Young, mother of Enoch Hane
11 no, is sick with erysipelas.
Go to Keeling' drug siote for school
(supplies, lahlots, crayons, etc.
Jell Drutum received a fine Cornish
Indian Uaiue cockerel Tuesday.
Blank deeds, chattel niorlgoges.farin
leases, etc., for dale at thin office.
Harry McCaudless shipped a car load
of hogs Im Nebraska City Monday.
Joseph It. Yetter, of,&t. Deroln, was
in town on business last Saturday.
Hill & Keeling write both farm and
city insurance and will save you money
Job Ilaitli's father and mother re
turned to Auburn Friday of last week.
Mr. nd Mrs. Wm. Fi liner, of St.
Deioiu, were In Neman last Saturday.
Birl Hoover has been on he sick Hot
for a few days with a touch of the
Mrs. Jacob K. Jones went to Reads
ing, Kansas, Thursday, to visit rela
tives. Mrs. C. Galbraith and two children
went to Johnson Touraday, returning
Cyrus Minick went to Uracken Tues
day to visit his brothers, Oscar ani
The Advertiser and the St. Louis
Globe Democrat both one year for
Chop feed 70 cents per 100; bran and
shorts 00 cents per 100; at Hoover's
Caids for mounting stamp photos for
sale at The Advertiser olllco twenty
for live cents.
. e oh-, give you reduced rates on
almost any paper published in the
Call in and see us if you want to
Hiih.icribi for any paper published in
the United States.
Mrs. NorOeet, who formerly ran a
restaurant in Nemaha, is vibiting Mrs.
Mrs. F. L. Wood Ward was the guest
of Mrs. Ollio Scovill, at Brownvil o,
last Saturday night.
The Keeling drug store has just re
ceived a new stock of jewelry and
watches. Low pi ices.
Will Flack rallied off a horse a few
days ago and Joe Metzger, the barber,
held the winning number.
John Auderiton, of Phelps, Mo , vis
ited his brother, S. K., two or three
lays the first of this week.
A B. & M, extra was run from Beat
rice to Nemaha last Sunday. Frank
Jiurlingham whs conductor.
Taylor Lewis, of Superior, Neb.,
visited his brother-in-law, S. K.Ander
sou, Wednesday and Thursday.
C. W. Roberta has been in Omaha
for soveral weeks, attending federal
court in the capacity of a jiuor.
Frank Skeen and Lewellyu Williams
and families drove up from Shubert
last Sunday and spent the day with
Mr. and Mrs. John Skeen.
We have moved again
And The Advertiser olllco can now be
found on tho corner north of the drug
atore. Call and see us.
Try N. H. Anderson's own brand of
(lour. Every sack warranted.
Henry Seid finished threshing his
wheat Wednesday. He says he does
n't like to thresh in warm weather.
Mia. N. II. Anderson visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fox.from
Thursday until Saturday of last week.
Tho Methodist Sunday school will
havo a Christmas tree at the church
the Saturday night before Christmas.
Services will be held at the Episcopal
church Sunday afternoon. Dec. 10th, at
:$ o'clock p. tn. Everybody is cordially
invited to attend.
Mr and Mrs. Sherman May started
for Wilson county, Kansns, Tuesday
evening, on a visit to Mrs, May's par
ents. Wo begin the publication this week
of n new serial, untitled "Tho Honour
of Savelli." It Is said to be a charm
ing and romantic story of unusual in
terest. Mr. Tfm. II. Hoover and her nclce,
Mrs Laura Mead, took the Missouri
Pacific train for Joplin, Mo,, Tuesday
evening, and will visit relatives for
two or three weekB.
A. J. Skeen, of Wabaunsee county,
Kansas, gavo us a pleasant visit last
Saturday, Pa la visiting his brother,
Hen T. Skeen. His mother, who is
living with him. came also.
James F. Drain and Luther II.
Barnes took advantage of tho excursion
rates on the Missouri Pacific and start
ed Tuesday evening for Oklahoma and
Arkansas to look up a new location.
We havo a large stock of fall and
winter goods which we aro selling at
right prices. Call and see us.
Special Administratrix S.Gilbert estate
We are putting in a now lumber
yard in your town on the corner south
of Andoi son's brick store. We havo
already on hand two cars of lumber.
Come in and get acquainted with us.
We will treat you right.
EmvAitus & BllADFOKI) Liiu. Co ,
J. E. Conley, the Browuville jeweler,
will make, icgnlar trips to Nmnaha
Tuesdays mid Wednesday of each
week, ptepaicd'to do all kinds of line
watch, clock and jewelry repairing.
Nothing but first class work will bo
done. All work warranted. Ho also
carries a Hue line of jewelry. Leave
work or orders at the Park hotel.
J. V. WmijiIioIi & Co., of Peru,
havo lecently added considerably to
their stock of lumber and now have as
good and complete a stock as there is
in the county. They carry coal, lime
and all kinds of building material.
Also wagons, buggies, road watrons,
etc. Their prices aio low jib tho low-,
est. Give tl.em a call when m need of
anything in their lino.
I offer at private sale
1 brown horse, 7 years, 1100 lbs, $00.
1 black mare, 8 years, laoo lbs, S70,
1 yearling heifer, fine, i2o.
Also farm implements, practically
new; in good repair:
1 Moline a wheel stirring plow at $25.
1 two section Rook Island harrow, 8.
lllocklslund lister it drill combinedS2o
1 Badger cultivator, S20.
1 Canton riding cultivator, $120.
1 set discs for either cultivator $0.
1 Whitoley mower, two sickles, $15.
I set farm harness S17.
1 email Antique refrigerator $7.
Call at farm two miles northwest of
Nemaha and Inspect property.
LUTIIEH II. BARNES.
Old papers lor sale at this olllce. ,
Mrs. Dora Lambert KoUter, wife oi
Robert L. Kelslor", died tit her home
one mile south of Nemaha Sunday.
December 3rd, 1800, at 12.30 a. ui.,
ngod 20 years, 3 months and 2 days.
The deceased was the oldest child of
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Lambert. She
was born in this county and lived here
all her life. She was married a littio
over six years ago. bho was taken
Hick fifteen weeks ago with glandular
trouble, and though everything possi
ble was done for her relief she steadily
grew worso until death came, For
live weeks she Was in St. Joseph's hos
pital at Omaha under tho most skilled
physicians. For threo weeks alio has
been confined to her bed.
Tim funeral services were held at
Prairie Union church Monday after
noon, conducted by Rev. Mr. Ntwell,
pastor of the church.
Only those who have bomo like af
flictions cnu fully realize tho groat loss
sustained by the husband in tho death
of the life companion who for six
years had inado homo so happy. To
him and to the bereaved parents, who
for the second time in u few short
months havo been called upon to part
with a beloved daughter, is extended
the sympathy of tho entire community.
May the loving Fathor comfort thorn
and tho bister and brother in their be
rcavoment. Card of Thanks.
Wo desire through Tho Advertiser
to thank the many friends and neigh
bors for their assistance during the
sickness and death of our loved ono
and for their sympathy with us in the
time of beteavement.
Rout. L. Kkistkk,
Mit. and Mits. J. E. Lambkut,
W. S. Russell.
The Bennett mill is now ready to
do grist work ut any time and will
guarantee good Hour if tho wheat is
good. They will grind at any time.
They are giving 33 pounds for old
wheat and all that new wheat is wortli
giving more than any other mill in
the county. Prompt service and satis
Ben Parker, tho Singer sewing ma
chine man at Auburn, Iuib engaged the
services of C. W. Norton, an export
machinest, and Is prepared to clean
and repair sewing machines of all
kinds. If you havo a machine you
want cleaned or repaired write to Mr.
Parker or send him the machine. Sec
ond hand machines for sale.
Rose Gilbert l.as been appointed
special administrator of the estate of
S. Gilbert, deceased, and is authoriz
ed to collect all indebtedness. The
business will be continued as usual.
DR. W. W. KEELING,
invites the continued patronage of the
citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. Tho
patrons may bo assured of recoivlug
fair treatment. A good line of
and druggist's sundries always kept in
stock. Also latest patterns iu
A go etock of
in handsome designs and latest styles.
A handsome line of
A full itock of
PAINTS AND OILS
If you want anything in our line call
and Bee us, Prices guaranteed right.
Fresh Oyster Supper.
Tho Methodist Sunday school will,
give a fresh oyster supper at the Min
'ck hall Saturday night of this week
December Dth. A Junch of eako, pie
and coffoo Will bo furnished those who
do not want oysters. Supper can bo
had at any time after r;30 Proceeds
to apply on pastor's salary. Lunch,
10 conts; BUppor, 15 cents. Every
body is Invited.
Wo will send The Advertiser for ono
vcar and tho Farm Journal until Jan.
1st, 1001, for only $1, if paid in ad
vauce. This offer applies to both old
and new subscribers.
James Pomeroy enjoyed a visit froln
his father from last Saturday until
fuosday. His father has been living
in Kansas for some time but will movo
to tho state of Washington in a few
Tho bridge across tho Nemaha at tho
Bennett mill bas been in u dangerous
condition for a week or ten days on
account of a broken tloor boam, but
we understand it has been repaired aud
is all right again.
Frank Titu is sorting ovor apples
in the lower mom of tho operu house
building and rebarreling thorn. If you
want to buy apples now is your oppor
tunity, as lie is soiling them by the
peck, bushel or barrel.
Ben T. Skeen has had a tough expe
rience with hog cholera this fall. Ho
lias loBt about 115 head, but has about
forty head of fine ones loft, and as lie
has not had any die for two' Or three
weeks he is in hopes he has Been tho
last f it for awhile.
Tho worst looking man in the neigh
borhood is G. N. Titus since he shaved
oil his elegant moustnclia, Tho young
ladies aro especially indignant. Will
Keeling has also sacrificed his inoua
taclna In order to look more llko
Bryan, no suppose.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Skeen were In
from Auburn last Fiiday and Satur
day. Thoy started south this week
and expect to spend the winter at
Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Mr. Skeen
will spend some time in vlBitlng differ
ent parts of Oklahoma.
J. P. Hoover went to St. Joo Tues
day and from thero to Bethany, Me.,
to consult a specialist on cancers. He
returned homo Friday morning feeling
considerably encouraged. He brought
medicine home witli him and will be
gin treatment at once. It is hoped tho
cancer can be removed and tho hand
Do you want goods at
than has been offered
the town of Nemaha.
If so, I will for the
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
sell at the very lowest, as I have to have
money to meet my demands the first day
of January, therefore will make a
to do so. So come one, come all, and take
advantage of the low prices that I will
N. R. ANDERSON.
A Complete New Stock
TOYS! TOYS! TOYS!
Wuyons,Ctlrts,otc, otc. Dolls,
Games, A 13 C blocks.
Silk embroidered Ilandkorchiofs
8c ouch. Children's Handker
chiefs lc each.
EDW. E. LOWMAN,
Dry Goods, Grocories,
Shoes, Rubbers, Hardware,
Brownville, - Nebraska.
Nothing but GoodGoods
at Low Prices!
I wouldn't be withoiitDoWitt'sWitoh
Hazel Salvo for any consideration,"
writes Thus B Rhodes, Centerliold, O.
Infallible for piles.cutH, bums aud skin
diseases, Beware of counterfeits. W
A. R.DoFluent, editor of tho Journal,
Doylestown, Ohio, Buffered tor a num
ber of years from rheumatism in his
right shoulder aud side. Ho says: "My
right arm at times was entiiely useless.
I tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
was surprised to receive relief almost
immediately Tho Pain Balm has been
a constant companion of mine ever
since and it never falls. For sale by
Keeling tho druggist.