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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1895

t :h w f v . lM ( mt "tih l' ) h SILVER MEN WILL CONTROL. Tlio 'oimtn Fltiniicii ommlttrn Will Htnntl 1 li;ht In I'lvo for I'rcn Coltmcc. Wasiiimuov, Doc. Ki. In the reor ganization of tlio sennlo committees by the republicans which will proba bly bo announced this week, the per sonnel of the ilnaneo coinmittoo has been so changed that hereafter the sil ver men will be in a strong- majority. Two republicans, Mr. Piatt, of Connect icut, an anti-silver man, and Mr. Wol cott, of Colorado, an advocate of free coinage, have been added to the com mittee, bo that it will consist of thir teen members instead of eleven as heretofore. Mr. .Morrill, of Vermont, will continue as chairman, with Messrs. Sherman, Allison, Aldrich and l'latt representing the anti-silver ele ment, and Messrs. Voorhees, Harris, Vest, tJones, of Arkansas, Whit, Daniel, Woleott and Jones, of Ne vada, the free coinage men. With the committee thus made up of eight silver ami live anti-silver mem bers, it is as certain as...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1895

tffrffyyr new oiEff ttw wm wkimimw'W" MfW0VfVf!ll4Wl'WWI'WVl mi' Mil F ''!(' J1ft ll"M JJl KTW1 m'l'WlHtMMl ItJ'H' W W rwAi.w a THE G-ZRJBJT DECEMBER, CLEARING- 9jnLXj!El Jfl!.,X- 1 Ml 1 Will start mwh n 00 end pt til! iSoI!b p As we must Reduce Our Slock before -voicing. In order to do it we have made a Big Cut in Prices. Head a lw prices below. Read care fully and take Advantage of the same, as it is money in your pocket. iTt3iW3HWsnrvtmri Men's Hats, Pants and Shirts. Good woik H'nrL 35c was fioc Ilalf wool wink nhift fiUe was 7.M! Extra tine iinlnumlcrcd shirt 3lc was 00c Fine luundcied shiit 75c wim $1 Good pair of overalls 50e was 70c (loud pair of cotton pantH 75e was i All wool Cashmeio pants $2.00 was $3.50 Hat Iroui 50i5 up to $'2 50, reduced from 1.00 up to 4 00. Ladies, Gents and Children's Underwear. A good cotton child's urdershirt at 5c was 12c. A better cotton li i I1m undershirt at 10c .s 20c. A good W'ol dual's undersliiit at 25c wan 40c. A good ribbed l.tdiei' ves...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1895

4 rji f P ) ft i r t .K-M'MMH f)mMWl'0' liinmiHi. iMMiMiirwrtrtrBi ,Tmnuiri nr-rfT" t 'wmjiitmmi r CHRISTMAS w?imuii mm mmwnijii uimjiniwnttmniMii'i hhwhimmphwuh 'wnmiwuni rm , THEGrlliTClSHDEPARTIENTSTORE OZb' A-MOI &S0N Tho ) Only Establishment in Nemaha County w .j. .o a Fun and Complete block of Christmas and Holiday Cioocis can be found. The Largest rtoi-iv i hat we have ever handled. Every Department of Our Three Largo Store Uooms Filled to Overflowing. Fancy China and Glassware, Nothing can be More Suitable for Christmas Presents than these Goods. We iive below a Condensed-List ol a few of the Many Choice Things in this part of Our Stock. Ilandrtorne decorated Dinner and Tea Sctn. Aluah and Milk siels. Cup, ft.uirt r and Plate Sets. Lovely 1'inted Hoho Howls in lilacs and China. Fanes' Klass baskets. (Jliiss and China vases lo styles .nIihviiik and Drinking Muu Decorated China M.tnce Sets. Transparent China Fruit a..d Hiead I'la'es. Decorated China Chocolate and Tea Pots....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1895

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. HANDKKS, l'ublUlmr. NEMAHA, .-..- NEBRASKA. THE WOULD AT LAKGK Summitry of tho Dally Nowo. WASII1NOTON NOTKS. A Wahiiinuio.n dispatch on the Rltli fi.iid that tho Ainurlt'iiM Rod Cross so oioty luul decided to accept tho duty of distributing tlio relief funds for the Ariiiuiiltiii sufferers in Asia Minor ami littd Issued an appeal for aid. Accord ing to conservative estimates there wore IS.IO.OOO utterly destitute people In t hut country who will have to bo as sisted until tho next harvest, and tho demands of the sud'oring people were urgent. Tin: National Civil .Service Reform league, in session at Washington, elected Carl Nullum president. I'uchiiikni' Cu:vui,ani has reap pointed the members of the court of private land claims as follows: .loseph It. Rood, of Iowa, to be chief justice, and Henry C Nluss, of Kansas. Wilbur l Stone, c.f Colorado, William Murray, of Tennessee, and Thomas 0. Fuller, of North Carolina, to be associate jus tices. Their term...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1895

r ifW. fi ll 4 t- THE MOUHiifllHEB'S DREAM. IV 'MATT CtllM, Arnior. or Tin: Apvr.N rfiti:s or a Faiii Ui:iii:i,. Copyright, 1PDI. by Unchrllcr, Johnson & UnchclW "S'manthy, S'manthy, wake up. Eddy's mighty sick an' I want you to run down to the 'stU'ry an' tell Eph." Samantha rubbed her sleepy eyes op.n. staring up at her sister-in-law quite vaeantly for it moment. "Wlia fd yo'u say, Lizzy V" "Hildy's sick, an' I can't icavo him. lie has n high fever, an' is callin' for his pa. Hun, S'manthy, quick as you can. Here's your clothes, an' wrap my shawl 'round you." Samantha sat up on the side of the. bed still half dazed, but reaching me chanically for her dress. She occupied n little shed room opening out of the main room of the cabin, and the cold wind crept up through Uie cracks in the bare board iloor. "1 wants my pa, whero's my pa?" fretted a child's voice. "There, there, honey, he'll come in a minute," soothed his mother. Samantha was about in an instant. the last vapor of sle...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1895

h '"W.'l II IIW1I1I1IIF1MI,''MSIIII'1M II lllil ' MIHJI lll'll n ii.nnjmiiJJU- Mil MJOTtunwm DuWill'M Little Knily KfeuiH foi bll- iOIIHHI'SH, ill(li()Htil)ll, (iOIIHtipittiOtl. A Hiuall pill, u iiioinptuiie. Taylor the (Imginl. HOW TO LMIKVHNTCKOUI. HOMK IUCADINO THAT Will. I'HOVK IN- TKItliHTINO TO YOUNU MOTHKIttf . HOW TO (ItTAIll) AUAINST THIS DIHISAHC. Croup Is ii tenor to young mothers And to post them coitccrtihiK tlio ciiuh(;. Ural symptoms ittul tieiilmont in the ob ject of IIiIh Item. Tho origin ol croup Ih common cold. Children who mo subject to it tnko coltl very easily and croup is almost hiiio to follow. Tin llrst nymptom is hoarseness: this is soon followed by u peculiar roiiKh cough, which Is easily recognized and will never he foi gotten by one who has heatd It. Tho time to act is when the child llrst becomes lioitrHo If Cham borlnin's Cough llomedy Is freely given all tendency to croup will soon disap pear, liven alter the croupy cough has developed it will prevent...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1896

If - ..KiwwuMKWwiiiiJwmPWiwiirw jwuiwim whmwiiiiwihiii mm ebmskn Mdvertizer. VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 3, 1896. NUMBER 27 h wmmmfi : : rw . i 1QU. W. W. KEELING,' Nrjia.ua City, Nkuuaka. Office first door south of Park hotel. Notary W. W. SANDERS, : -: Public Nemaha City, Neb. Kerker & Eoover, DoiUor In II lUost prices pntd.for hides, lnrd, tnilow jiirao, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. ! -C2 '4v. Hon Cuius Sioki, Introducing Cooper Local JN ews, Old papers for sttlo nl this office, Mrs. Famiio Fuirlmuk came in from Auburn Tuesday. John Moore is assisting in ttie Au burn Pott office this week. George Stlllwell, of Omaha, is visit ing hia father, Ghas, Stillwell. Harry JLfcCandless reports taking In GO loads of corn at the siding Jonday forenoon. Tut; watch meeting hold at UitvM.lv church Now Years eve was well atl ended. Tim services were verj intoiosting. Tins was Lho beginning of a protracted meeting now being held by Uev. G. H. Glltnoie. Owing to tlie disagreeable w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1896

A Tho Throo Blmotnlllc Organizations to Bo United. GOUPERS DECLARES FOR PEACE. Ilio (Jrout l.nbor I.cmdnr Hny tho Worltors Aro Opponnd to Wiir Troublo llrow- Ing Ainonir tlio ItnglnnMni of tlio I'lunt HyMtoin. Chicago, Doc. no. For Homo tlmo past negotiations lnivo been pending ior a comploto consolidation of tho American Bimetallic league, National jlliuiotulllc union and tlio National Silver committee, thu three principal ullvor organizations in tho United Stales, representing all sections of tho country. TIicho negotiations liavo cul minated in an agreement by tlio repre sentatives of tlio respective organiza tions by which consolidation has been substantially perfected. Nothing now remains to bo done but a ratification by the exccutlvo com mittee of theso organizations, 5jioIi acting separately, which will npcudily follow. Tlio consolidated jib nociatlon will bo known as tho Ameri can Hlmotalltc union. Its principal of iico and general headquarters will bo in Chicago at 1111 Mon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1896

n K h ' ( A i A i Paralysis is Not Nerve Death, for it is Curable, From the Journal, LcwMon, Mich, Patrick Doylo, n man moro than sovcnty years of age, called at this ofllco recently and gnvo a romarlcablo account. Everyone knows tho naturo of paralysis and how dlfilcult it is to cure, so that his testimony is extremely intorestlnjr. lie said : "About six or seven years ago I was afllictcd with inflammatory rheumatism, contracted while at work in u Mnnlstco saw mill, and had to quit work on that ac count. Then camo a longtlcno of despair for mo. My lowor limbs became numb and cold and I lost tho uso of them almost en tirely. For a long time I was unnblo to stand on my foot without support. For four years I could not think of doing any kind of work. "I troatod with many eminent doctors without deriving any benefit. I spent moro than $11)0 in one summer for medical treat ment which failed to help mo. Tho local doctors could not glvo me nny encourage ment, nnd, in fact, did not know wh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1896

(Ttm'aCTiMMniJujjjiinjiwumjiu.jMiiimjmuiuij,.,.!., The Nebraska Advertiser W. U H.1J'IH!IIH, t'Hhtlihtr. WA r yunsoiui'Tio.v 6i ro i'kii vicar Fill DAY. JAN. n. 1800. An IiiiiftUHh Gold Ouro. There Is no end of commoiit in tno English press about the duke of Murl borough's prospoctlvo alliance with the Vanderbilt family. Tho tone of most, of the observations Is Badly ouvIouh, and London Truth fairly expresses tho j yearning desire of Kngliah matrons when It announces: 4,After years spent In lanorlous and learned research, Prof, l'adtnoro llrown claims to have discov- ' cred a Bcrmu, a hypodorinio Injection of whicli will preservo young men of posi tion against marrying Americans. If tho hcritm really possesses the properly which tho professor declares it lias this will undoubtedly bo one of tho most important discoveries of tho century. No mother with eligible daughters and no unmarried woman would, in Unit event, over bo without, one of the hypo dermic syringes filled to the nor.zl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1896

I i m t A i The Nebraska Advertiser I. If. HJYI 0ltt.S, Vubll'htr. !3U1IS0U11"110K 81.50 1'lill YliAlt FRIDAY. .IAN 3, 18U0. """"Will iriTf rf"-"' """'" ain-i-..rTin--jmT. County Commissioners. Olllclul rroeuuilliiKM of Tlmt liuil ut Tlilur I. iH( .UebtillU. (JoillUy OulllllllattlUllUla MluL DcCUUl bur 17, lSi!f, puisuuiil Lu adjournment. I'lOaeM: J . 1. .Uicaaler, luiila Ua.f lian aii'l tiiiuiu Imvir, L-utuiiiisa ioticis; J . M. liuri uba, cuinny ciuiu. 1 tie lullowiny Uusinubs vud nail .ma dniiu tu-wii: At Uiid lime appeared John Iviatl ami aliui' Ural Ueirij uui sworn ilt posus and sat. Uisu iiu nail been dulj uuoied as Jtiilyo of election ot the second voting district ur Lata cue pieoinot, in w.o tail ul lS'Jl, ami ilnu lie was iioulied by the county oletk pi tor to Uiu eieolioj ot .November 1, 18l)o, lo appear in Lliu county ulufit'd ulliLf and l't-uolsu election Mitp tea and stliei appealing t'eio wa.siultiaed the sauio He now claims lh.it lie is en titled to ttea lor mileage ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. "W. HANDKI18, l'ubllilier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa WASHINGTON NOTICS. PllKRIDKNT Cl.KVKI.ANI It till hln 5(1- viserH, it wan lenrncd on tho 27th, wero strongly oppohed to tlio houso bond bill, nnil this feeling cnusod See rotnry Cnrlitdo to writo to Cluiiritmn Dingloy on tho subject. Aslilo from tho very important objection Hint tho bo nil h nro to bo rodacmcil in coin in fitend of pold, un recommended by tho prcnlclunt, it wiib undordtood thnt tho requirement Unit tho bonds bo wold by MiUKcriptlon meotB with dlnnpprovnl. Tlio experience of tho government, " wits mild, with biUob by advertisement, showed tho lnoffcctutil chnniutcr of this mcnim of protection to tho gold reserve. A Ni:w YoitK ilinptitch on tho Sflth to tho London Dnlly Nown said thnt it was rumored that tho Necrotury of sttito luul sent u prlvuto tulogrmn to Lord Salisbury (insuring him thut the passngo of tho Vone.tiolitn boundary commission bill was...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1896

wummrxno ii r K' -. 1 ( A J. I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER J W. W. 8ANDKRS, I'ubllsher. " NEMAHA, - - - - NEBRASKA. AN OLD SAYING. As I obscrvo my course In this Btrango wot Id, Which lately 1 began to Journey through, 'J. 11ml within me an Incessant wish That I could eat my cake, und havo It, too. .J want to have an Income never scant, And earn It fairly as my honest pay, "Vet Ho In bed an hour beyond my sleep, And read a pleasant novel every day. X want to bo a specialist In law, Of physic and theology the pride, .A faultless linguist and a writer skilled, A thorough business man, and much beside. "I want to bo reform's bold pioneer, Whoso mighty strugglo breaks tho wholo world's bands, Tot never be at discord with my friends, Nor havo dull opposition tlo my hands. 3 want to havo a hero's character, Strong by experience ol self-control, Tet bo henceforward rid of all this wish To cat and have, that frots away my SOI' S. T. Bylngton, In Puck. A GAME FOR TWO. Never would I have believed...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1896

I iffumm " ifcwfnmju wjiuiiMHMiuiwiii'iin,i)iin'i!!iiil"i'mi'i " i iu-t iihi;."ih i-i The Nebraska Advertiser M-. It. SJ.VlHtltti i'utttlthtr. - -.. Suiisoitii"iiu.s'.. ., di.no pick y i!A it Fill DAY. JAN. 3, 181)0. County Conimissionors. (Continued.) ALI.OWANOISd -COUNTY (JKNKKAL. Fldhe? &ouiith, uereiiaii(tlHu..5 litl.OO J.stonu, blacksmith Wollt.... fi.Ol) A. (jl.Uutea, apikca 15.00 Ifilni l ivu.-i.lt Hliru-rlllti'tlllllll? pour tiinn John M. lulrow, wood .J V Kerns, luinlioi otu .lolni Hubbard, Htiaw .1 II Diniil.tH. printing 87 50 IID.UO 25 -20 !t 00 2118 Statu ilounml company. HiippliuH SO 00 luiui .M i'idrow, loud work.. ItiOO Jt II Hide, appraising raid 4 80 O IS Plasters appraising load.. -1 80 ,joi. llolbun, b mniliifj Wllimui JJonnett 75 Thoiniifl.l Orummol, leu..., 0 0f V 11 Lornnoo. nppralsliiK mini 1 80 4 00 11.25 18.75 0 5!) 15.55 .00 1 .05 o no 4 50 4 00 0 25 8 80 0 05 12 01- 7 oi 25 00 72.1.1 2 DO 0.45 .00 0 (10 75 10 -!! 00 47 7. :i oo 48 15 12 00 :, no 4 70 1...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1896

rmrw-p 'i r ebm$h dvertiser. Vt 9 VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY; JAN. 17, 1896. NUMBER 29 Wmmmtmt JPb i GfO S(f i. tf h- l V IV r ; TU. W. W. KEELING, N KM All A. GlTY, NKBKAKA. Office flrat door Boutb of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Ninaha City, Neb. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In Highest prices paldlfor hides, lard, tallow Same, etc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. aKlPSSaflPBaf L Wt: ISlXmai Hon. Chris Siqkl Introducing Cooper the rustling Liveryman of Nemaha. I.nnvn vnnr orders for a team, hack or dray, and We po the Rest. Oar Hack moots all tratns B.BellAndrews.M.D.Ph.D, Surgeon Specialist, Stella. - Nebraska Operations for Cataract and all opera tions on the eye, Vericocele, Hernia, Hemerr holds, etc., performed 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 means will ""do well to confer with Dr. And...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1896

f THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i i XV. XV. 8ANI1KKH) I'ublUhor. NEMAHA, NIDMIASKA. V4.X4.X4.4-M.-HLJ-4X4J""I"-J"- JANUARY W6. ffYTTTTTV THE WOULD AT LAKGE, Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTIS. Tins secretary of tho treasury sent to congress on llio 8th u letter trims initllitf estimates of deficiencies in tip proprinttons, ii mo tin tin f to &i,3I3,-IVj, required to incot tlio urgent demnnds of the government for the current and prior llscnl years. Skchi;tahv CAitUfU.N 1ms issued a circular letter of Instructions to per sons intending to Hiibscrlho for tho new loun. The circular will be sent to nil persons upplylng for blank forms of proposals which uro ready for distribu tion. A i.kitkh from President Cleveland to .Senator CafTroy, of Louisiana, wns inadu public on tho Oth. It deals with the bond Issue and denies that tho ad ministration entered into nn agree ment with a syndicate to float tho bonds. Tiik Kub-commlttco of tho house ap propriations committee, htiving charge o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1896

f y v K . T i, THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDi:itS, I'ublUhcr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. WHEN I AM OLD. Is there a realm called Ago, within tno realm of Time? And ljy -what sign, In summer bloom or winter rime, May Un llxed boundaries bo tald? How may I know tho landmark sot besldo the wny? JVhat warder standcth, when I cross the line, to say: "Non nrt thou old." 3 note tho passing shadows of tho flying years, Tho Hashing and tho fading of revolving spheres, Tho chimes In starry belfries tolled. But In my heart I feel no withering, no de cay . Hope Is undlmmcd and Joy unquenched. Then who may say That I am old? Yet, far behind, tho backward-sti etching path I traco; And clone before, tho hills whoso sunset glow I face. Wlioro cvonlng spreads her couch rf gold. How long-so-e'er old ago Its coming may delay, 3 know, barring death only, somotlmo I must say: "Now am I old." "Tls well. After tho summer flush, the autumn glow. After tho autumn, wlnter'spuro transfigur ing snow, Albeit his fri...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1896

i u ii imm niiiimiwin Tfce Kcbxaska Advertiser HI IN AY. .IAN' I". 180(1. xn "Clubbed" to Death. It 1h mild Hint Kcvcrnl loaders in tlio progression of woman feel convinced tlmt (lie clubbing bitHinoKH Iiiih becu enrrled (u mi exlrenie. One nt IcuHt Iiiih shown lier eolois in the following fashion, in the Manchester Union: "One passing word pood ntitnred, not ennt4inloroiis about clubs: "It la borne m upon mo anxiously that women nowadays, at least, in and about the (front center), are clubbing them Helves to death, and 1 think I hnvo found out the heroic reason why. Sud denlya lltllu while ago they cIIh covered that there were too many in the world ever ho many to one man and with ti grand Hiigncity and u yet grnndor altruinm, they net out to thin down, nH rapidly and effectively tin possible, their own ranlcH. Natnral iHtH tell iih of a wonderful little race of Ahudian rodents, which once in n cer tain period rcaohcH an enormous in crease, so that lt numbers are beyond compulation...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1896

I JIT vy "f i k i ; k I The Nebraska Advertiser U. W. HAJVMHiHSt I'ublUlur, . UBSOItirTION 31.50 PKU YKAll PHI DAY, JAN. 17, 1890. County Commissionurs. liMcial I'roc.omlliiBt of Tlmt lioilr ut Tlilcr Tlio county CLMiiui-MiomTit nitit Jan nary 2, lyo, persuunt to adjournment. Meinooi'd piesetit: J . L.Druaslea, Louis liiisiuii and W. M. Davis, commission tirt, J . Al. Uurrea, county clerk. The lollowiuu bualuoddVud had and dune lu-wit: The treasurer is hereby Instructed to rocuivu tlio taxed on rfage's icserve, less the city tax, as it 13 not within the corporation of the city of Auburn. DoiiK in amnion tuitJ 2nd day of Janu ary, 1800. J I. UniissLisu, chairman. l'lw iHuort of tees received by 11. A. Lambert, county judge, for the quarter beginning July 1. 181)6, and ending Out. 1, 181)3, were examined and approved. The claim of 11 Curyell, justice fera was allowed. Die settlement of Jacob Shaffer was not approved as it was not mude out in bUuk for that purpose. L'no teed in tlie ca...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1896

NEBRASKA STATE NEWS. IIastinos is also in tho field for tho CJrnnd Army rouiilon. Kiiiknds of tho whlto motal tit York hnvo organized a silver league. Tun contest against W. C May, who -was elected county cleric of Dawson .county by 10 votes, has been dropped, i A recount of 13 precincts Increased Inlay's mnjorlty threo votes. Ci.Aunr. IIoovku, who was lately con vlotod at Omiiha of the tnurdur of 5niriuel Dubois, has been sentenced to Ijo bunged April 17. Goorgo Morgnn, who murdered the Gnskill girl, will bo lumped the samo day. At tho recent election In Holt coun ty tho oflle'lul canvass showed that M. Al. A beams, republican, was elected by .two majority. Mead, his opponent, contested and a recount increased Abrains' mnjorlty to 12. Aj.onzo Mooiik, who loft Plnttsmouth the other night In company with tho Ifi-yonr-old daughter of Postmaster Patter, was later .arrested in Fremont county, la. Gov. Holcomb issued a requisition for his return. Ma HI A Mii.i.kdok, who had been in jail ...

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