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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1896

I 'T T) 1 VSL U '.I ; rzrvzrz SEVEN LIVES LOST. An T'nelMi Ship Wrpakrtl on Vnncnnver'a IrIiiiiiI Tcrrlliln NulTorliie of tho Crnw. Skatti.k, Wruli., Jnn. 13. Ten days of suffering1 from cold mul privation on a rocky bluff, during1 which time seven of tho crow, including tho enp tuin and mate, mot their death, and tho other mato and seamen met with terrible accidents, tolls tho talo of tho wrecking of tho biff four-masted Eng lish ship Jcanteo Cowan on Vancouver island, otherwise known as tho 15ono yard of tho Pacific ocean. This fright ful news was brought to this city this afternoon by the tug Tycc, which had but a few hours before landed 14 mem bers of tho ill-fated crew at Port Townsend. Tho otllcers of tho tug toll a most harrowing story of tho wreck nnd of tho condition of the crew and of its surroundings as found by them. Tho vessel struck New Year's day. Capt. Thompson dicdscvcrnldnys after tho ship struck the reof, and tho cook and an ablo senmau and tho man who ran the don...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1896

jpimumwuimn riiH''y'"Mi''tJnWJumMii'WMiMi'rni iHwrm'rm&'rinr,rimiW ii'M'1!". I'wnrnuM'ini'f "u " inimi-wi'HiuiiiiJLB.Tirn'niitiwriivviuiuRr" The Nebraska Advertiser M II. A.'.V'fA, fllhllKhtr. bVtoiillW'llOS 61.50 I'KIt YKAIl FRIDAY. JAN. 17, 1800. Lymuii Tnmibul), of (Jblcugo.la bes ,iiK talked of as a candidate far llio populist nomination for provident. Senuton Allen, of Nebrusku, 1b iiioii. tlont'd nu a dark hurfio. Among tbo fruit and (lower novel ties which 1800 brings us, wo notice that tho oiitorprlattig and reliable firm of JwtnoH Yick'a Sons, Uocbeator, N.Y., are already calling attention to three, which seem to huvo won groat favor whuro known. Thoy are tho Double Sweet 1'ua. tho only one In the world trim to name, "Bride of Niagara," tho "Early Leader Tomato," tho earliest of all tho early tomato family and sure to bacomo u great favorite, and the al ready famous blackberry, tho "Hath burn." From the praise and compliments given so abundantly to the 'Bride of Niagara...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1896

u $aa,'lo: ebrwkn Mdvertiser. VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 1896. MJMKEJi 30 Me k A QU. V. W. KEELING, Mkha.ua. City, Nebraka, Office firat door south of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nomaha City, Neb. Kerker & Hoover, Deator lu IjVl":E.A.TS HlKhost prloos paid. for hides, lard.tailow iamo, ole NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. T wp! Hon Cuius Sioel Introducing Cooper tlio rustling Iiivoryman ok Nemaha. Leave your orders for n tentn, linck or drny, and ; Wk do the Rest. Our Hack meets nil trains ;Sitiva B.BeilAndrews.M.D.Ph.D, Surgeon Specialist, Stella, - Nebraska Operations for Cataract and all opera tions on the eye, Veiicocele, Hernia, Hemorrhoids, etc , performed with out chloroform and painless. Pa tients from abroad can obtain hoaui and hospital facilities at prices less than in a city, considering bkill and sanitary surroundings. Parties seeking relief thiough surgical means will do well to' confer with Dr. Andrews. WAITED. A MANI To sell Cuniidliin Or...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1896

Hwnwoww GOBS TO CHICAGO. Tho Lako Olty Goro tho Domoarutlc Convontlon. 5Cho Ihifo Sotrotoit M.Juty 7 It Itontilrod 30 Ilnllot to Hottto tho Question St. J.ouU fllndo it Good Fight, However. WAfliiiMnTos, Jan. 17. Tho demo cratic national convention will bo hold nt the city of Chicago on July 7. That was tho decision reached yesterday by tho national doinocratio committee nftcran Interesting and at tlmos ex citing Nossion which continued until 21 o'clock last night. Thero was considerable difference of opinion as to the timo for holding tho convention, ono proposition advanced by Allen W. Thurman, of Ohio, who held tho proxy of tho Now Mexico member, being to hold it Juno 2, two weeks before tho republican conven tion, and tho other by Hugh Wallace, of Washington state, to hold It July 7. Tho committee decided upon tho latter date by a voto of 33 to 18. Tho main interest, of courso, contered in choico of the convention city. For this honor there were four applicants, Chicago, HL Loui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1896

ftm MWWmiWWimWMHtlB i r V ' A 9 NEBRASKA STATE WEWS. Box llutto county, Nob., 13 agitated over a county sent war. Fivk men aro under arrest at Craw ford charged with having sot the fire which destroyed the greator portion of that town the other night. Tub Hank of Wnuncta failed to open its doors tho other morning, caused by complications with tho Uaulc of Strat um, which failed a few days boforo. Tin: Blue Springs bank has failed. It held county deposits to the amount of 87,000, and when a check was pre sented for the amount tho bank paid 62,000 and closed down. Fiianic I'khhv, late populist candi date for treasurer of ICcyapaha county, was recently caught by about two tons of fror.cn earth whilo working In an irrigation ditch and fatally crushed. Thk ollleo of the Crowell Lumber nnd Grain Co. of Howell was entered about three- o'clock the other morning by burglars, the safe in thcoflicc blown open ano contents scattered about tho lloor. Thero was nothing in tho safo but books and p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1896

iwvnKwjimijijwiMLijjim.in.!Birfanmwtfjilii uiu,uuu miuw i amimwHjimniiMumiawM'iwrfwwmimjiii'iMm 'iiujixLJijjmumowviaMnBere'mu.KJi.'WK MtwuHUO fflPWJiFtinwiui'wfwi'w The Nebraska Advertiser M l jS.t.ViJM.V, I'lifrtlthrr, MmsomrrioN si.no iwsit yi-:a it FIIIDAV. JANt 21, 18110. mmwi win ii miiMiimm mm minm m iiiiiiiimi l'rof.r, W. 'hijlor lias now nrruux (() dales I'u i farmuro Institutes iih fol )ovh: TeeuniBeh, .January 21-l!2; Johnson, Jiiiiimry 22-2.'l; Auburn, Jim miry 2:i2i; Humboldt, January 24 -2b. Stulo Journal. The following oIlleeiH were recently elected by Hit) Nemaha County Palm ers Mutual Insurau'je Company: Do loss II uliCM, president; I). A. Jonem vlco president ; O. L Dovel, secretary ; A. W. riull.baugh. treasurer. The toports ofoillcui'H iih load showed tho company to be in u prosperous ootid I titlfl. l'ost. The hotuo merchant In entitled to your trade and ought to have it, an against the ilinuraut dealer r tlio merchant of somn distant city. lie upends IiIh money ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1896

immiuiwujimv.t IUUXM 11IIJI H lIMII l B U r 4 $ X The Nebraska Advertiser FIIIDAY. JAN. 24, 1800. County Commissioners. fflelal rrooocdlncs of That llaitr nt Their liAti ,Hftlnc. The county coiutnlsaloners met Jan uary 7, 1808, poraiiiint to adjournment, l'resont: J I Dressier, Lotus Biistain, V M D.ivis. cominiddlonera; J M Bur resrt, clerk, fne following businesH was hud and done, to-wit: Tun olllolal bonds of ty. B. Brunei-, oonaUblu Cor Washington precinct; II E L'ouiy, county clerk; J M Wright, deputy county clerk; J W Coons, sup. ervisor road district No SO, and S B Jarvia, justice of the peace for Lafay ette precinct, were approved. The settlements of John Cook, Blips ervisor toad district No , and I J Jarvis, supervisor road dist No 33, were examined and approved. The following allowances were made: II A Lambert.postago, filing and approving bauds j$ io 35 W ll Lohr, spikes and bolta ... 00 II Bellas, lumber 18 30 Jos dolben, hoarding W Bennett 75 tit i;te Journal Co, dental...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1896

i r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. IV. 8ANUICI18, l'nbllsher. NEMAHA, NEIJRASKA. TIIE WOULD AT LAKGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTIM. Tun (lixiiffrccttiunt hotwoou tho co pastors of the Kir.st Presbyterian church ut Washington, Rev. Dr. T. DoWHtTul inngo unil Atlolos Allen, hits been set tled by tho church Mission culling for Jlr. Allen's resignation. Tin: Hccreturyof tho treasury intends to coin enough of tho bullion held nguinst tho notes of 18U0 to utleust re Htoro tho umotint of coined silver dol lurs to what it was at tho beginning of the administration. This will involve tho coinage of between 815,000,000 and 10,000,000, and tho profit from tho coin ago will be added to tho free silver in the treasury. It was reported at Washington on tho 10th that tho Venezuelan boundary commission would probably not have tho honor to settle tho question, thoro being good reasons for supposing that the matter will bo terminated in n manner satisfactory to all concerned. It was believ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1896

f (Copyright, 1S04, CIIAPTUK I. HE now road from Prescott to the mining set tlements along tho Santa Anita followed tho Sandy for two or three miles above Apache canyon, then, turning' abrupt ly, dove under the turbid wa ters and reap peared, drip'ping and bedraggled, on the opposite liank, where it was speedily lost in tho thick underbrush as it wound away eastward. Time was when the trail followed tho canyon itself a mere mule path but ever since tho night of the big cloudburst that swelled the stream to the force and fury of n Niagara and drowned old Sanchez and Ids whole party of prospectors, packers -and pack mules, even tho Indians seemed to shun it. The only survivor of tho tragedy was a lad of twelve, tho son of a Yankee miner, and his Mexican wife a lad whose name was Leon Mnc Isutt (MncNutt being tho patronymic and Leon tho Christian name given him by his dark-eyed, dark-haired, dark skinned mother); and Leon, swept uway in tho Hood, was fished out at dawn several miles be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1896

T'jsr.,lVffWfWUTi,iiMgi,w,iiwrnmP'MnmJXjiiinpiiPWJiui-niiiig The Nebraska Advertiser !. . HlJ'tNlt, I'Hhtlihtr. S17IIHUU1FTI0N 51.50 I'BIl YKAU FRIDAY. JAN. 24, 1800. A big timo was had at Auburn IiihL Salimluy, over tlio bids for llio county fundi). Tliu Liuiiks at Auburn, John eon, Brock and Julian had all put in bltla al it pur cunt, tlio iiiiiiilnuin pneo. Tlie l'oru hank bill ft por cent for $0,000. County Treasurer tingles re-, fused to give tho combination bids to tho 'jotnttueiionure, and tho 80,000 naked for by tho L'oru bank was givon to it. Dining tliu (IIhcuhhIoii Htirnlntm called Cornell a liar, and Church IIowo had to Htcp betweun tlieiti to keep thctn from doing gro.it damago. Finally, as tho Hhuriff could not ho found, tho coroner wuh called lu to koop the peace. Tho end in not yet. This year is tho last loap year for eight yearB. ThoyeurlOOO will not lo a leap your Every year la a leap year that in devisable by four except those ending in ciphers, wniuli must bo div...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1896

i r ebmzlm dvertim. VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 81, 1896. DUMBER 31 .IL sCfij 41 U-rr or- .Y - f Local News. Muddy roads. Rain yesterday. The weather aeems like spring, Old papers for sale at this office, Frank Hunt gave ua a social call Monday. A. L. P. Thompson rejoices over the birth of a fine daughter. ltev. E. S. Chamberlain is holding a protracted meeting at Kebraaka City. Mrs. it. 11. Mcilauua, of Bethany, came to Nemaha Thursday, to visit friends. Mrs, Fannie Yackly visited Auburn friends from Saturday till Monday afternoon. Sheriff Giufgow was on the Monday afternoon passenger on his was to Mc Klasick's Island . Rev. James lliatt began a meeting at tba Christian church in Brownville Wednesday night. Found A. pair of spectactleB in case wnercanget same by applying at this oillco and paying for this notice. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Bolejack art viaiting Shubert friends. Emery U bow B. & M . agent at Dunning, Neb. Seynour Howe has bought the in terest of the heirs o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' ' W. tV. 8ANDK1W, I'ubllslicn NEMA1IA, - NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE, Summary of tho Dally Nows. "WASHINGTON NOTKS. Ab tho result of charges preferred acatnst him United States Marshal KJx, of Oklahoma, Iioh been removed and Patrick L. Naglo, a lawyer of Kingfisher, has been appointed in his place. l'ltKSlDP.NT Ci.kvki.ANI) has expressed his confidence in Judgo Kllgoro, of tho Indian territory, and a disboliof in the charges rocontly filed against tho judge. 1 iik Cherokee delegation at Wash ington has presented to congress a strong memorial protesting against tho adoption of tho radical changes recommended by tho Dawes commis sion, appointed to treat with tho live civilized tribes. Tho Chorokces make a plea for an indefinite continuance of their present form of government. Tin; silver conference at Washington on tho 23d resulted in the adoption oi a declaration for tho free and un limited colnago of silver at tho ratio oi 10 to 1, and tho call for a deleg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1896

. TO NEBRASKA ADVERTISER r XV. XV. SAXDK11S, l'ubllshor. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. THE NIGHT EXPRESS. Miss Ethel Mario Is a traveled damoi Her Journeys aro many, but, nil tho samft, Over ono lino and to only ono place, Whonco sho returns with u brlght-smlllng face. And sho Is so busy tho wholo day long With mattors that really brook no dolay, Sho can't cot away In tho broad daylight, So all her traveling's dono by night. "Vhon the clocks strlho sovon In Twlllghtrlllo, And tho stars corao popping over tho LIU, Miss Ethel Mario. with n hop and a skip, Hurries to pack her trunk mid her grip. Clad In traveling gown of whlto, Sho glvos us each u kiss for Rood night; 'I hen, with a traveler's flno disdain, Off sho goes for tho evening train. Tho Grand Crib lino goes winding down From Twlllghtvillo into Drowsytown; Tho station, whero all of Its trains depart, Is a room that's dear to a mother's heart: Tho Pullman slcepor, whoso lights burn low, Is a little girl's bed ns whlto a3 snow; And Just ns ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1896

wanyi'Wttnimr,.,in.,tywi'ivit'qvjuiljywTtixcw.Tf tannrasR49nMmNJRr,iraeMeiranctii Hia!ivrN7rttm&mMWMWwmimTTii&.iJnjmnKVBSTTMttZTitAtmn H lii iu The Nebraska Advertiser EUIDAY. .IAN. ill, MHi, While tilt) polilicllHIti llt'O IIHillfZ lip much tniinmnrlalinii golu toiiml trout ll.f C'llpillll tO fi(!U how the liltlll llt)H, nil la qniia in Omul Army elides. Tlicio Is no oppoidt Ion to npoak or to the election ol Cui.tnln Culver us do purl moii t commando:. Ho la tho pi (tout Buiilor vlcn-comrnittxler and when liu vacnlt.H Unit position .Tolin X. Kihnrdt. of Htantoti, will undoubt ed I)' hIc p in. Thorn is talk of conferr ing tho junior viuu-commanderahlp on T. J. MajorH.- Htuto Journiil, HmigH for tlio Now Wonmn. TJie new woman in Ohio flmly: tliuthcr rcRpoiiHlbllitlcH Uccp pace with licr privileged. The other day Jutice Urown, of Cleveland, deelded fhnt wives lire letfnlly ruHpoimihlo for the Hiipport of tlieir liiiHlmndH and families, provid ed the IniabiiiidR me tillable to...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1896

liMwmummii iuwhijj jiiiwim tarn anwum jiimiwu mi nwnujuiaimiiiiiim! to -. f "X . i $ , V )''. -.. &' v r fc -v The Nebraska Advertiser FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 1800. County Commissioners. OOUlal rrocueilliin or That lUily nt Their Lant Mcttlng. County commissioners met January 14, 1800, pursuant to adjournment. Members prysent: IJ. b Melninoh, Louis Uustlun, W. M. Davis, com tula siouors, II. B. Pcory, clerk. The ful lowing busiue3 waa bud and done tO'Wit: Wo hereby order the county treasurer to pay tin excess over and above any personal taxen in cash on any warrants held lor personal taxes by the board of county commissiouois. Lots 1, 2, 8, 4 and &, block 84, Nema ha City, were sold for delinquent taxes l'or the years 1888, 1880, 1800, 1802 and 1803 for the sum of six dollars. A M Englts, county treasuier: You are hereby ordered to accept tho peri aonal taxes of N E Furlough for the year 1885 leas the interest. 13y order of the board. Louis Uastain, Chaumau. County commissioners me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1896

A FATAL ROW. -A. Boy Dlsturbo a Mooting and Two Porsona Loao Thoir Lives. BISON PUT IX A MAN'S COFFEE. .A Hotel Proprietor' Wife imil llor 1'nrn. liioiir Chitrgml with Attempted Mur. ilnr .Mob Driven I iielc A Mudnmu'n Horrible .lot. HoxtK, Ark., .Inn. 27. Saturday night tit Powhuttan, llio county seat, a few populists woro holding a meeting when a crowd of young boys, among thorn a son of Sheriff Hill Chlldcrn, dis turbed them. A man named Hurst hurled a stick of wood at thorn, strik ing young Chlldcrs, cutting his bond badly. The sheriff and his grown son Charles, who Is a deputy, went to Hurst's house to asecrtnln tho cause of tho trouble Hurst became an pry and ran at tho shoriff with a knlfo. Charles rtthhed to tho rescue, shooting' Hurst in tho stomach. Tom Hurst, a son, suoing that his father was shot, at tempted to kill Guilders, who shot him .nlso, fatally. Charles in a candidate for sheriff to succeed his father. roiso.v put into a man'h cokimci:. 12ltlK, I'll., Jan. 27.-I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1896

v, tf I- ma X IJereiU of Itiillnnn In Abjuntnln. Tho attempt of Italy to strengthen ond extend her protectorate over Abys sinia has suffered a scvero check, body of about 1,200 Itliaan a troops having been surprised by an overwhclinl'atr force of natives and al most annihilated. Italy has been en gaged for ten years in establishing control over a part of the Red Soa const vSlicj took possession of Massownh, tho port through which Abyssinia trade finds its outlet, in 1835; and occupied Knssnln, which is regarded as tho key to tho Sudan, in 180 1. Her possessions on tho coast have been formed into a colony known as Eritrea; and a treaty made in 18S0 gave her a virtual pro tectorato over Abyssinia. Youth's Companion. IIUItKAII FOR 1'UNNgYZ.VAXIA. Tho fnrmers of Pennsylvania are to be congratulated. M. M. Luther, East Troy, l'a., grew over 500 bushels Sal zcr's Silver Mine Oats on one incnsurcd acre. Think of it! JTov there are thirty thousand farmers going to try and beat Mr. Luther an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1896

tv 0 jmjUJAUMUCaUKIimttUIJlMIW UiTUWTOmWMBWi mmuiwii in in i mm The Nebraska Advertiser U. I. tiJtA'ltttllN, rubllhr, SUDBOIIU'TION $1.50 PER YEAH FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 1800. A petition has been circulated (it Friend requesting the muyor to have all school children arresttd who tire found loafing on the streets during school hours or after curfew rings at night. m m Seven fhembori of the family of Joseph Armbriifltor of Dodge have died of diphtheria during the past few weeks. The father is now the sole sur? iving member of n large family. It is a very sad case of affliction. Of unusual interest to overy reader of this paper, ib the announcement made elsewhere in this inaue, by the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, unquestion ably the reatest of American news papers. Tho mail subscription price of tho Dally and Sunday Globe-Demo-crat is reduced at one blow, from twolvo to six dollars a yoar, placing it within tho reach of all who desire to read any daily paper during the coming great uatinual cam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1896

"w smi juuiiijiii.numjii ebmsh duerHser, VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEB 14, 1896. NUMBER 33 "- Eh JU y ) X rli. W. W. KEELING, mkuviU. Oinr, N"uoraka. OlHce first door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Namaha City, Neb. Kerker & Hoover, Dealor In Highest prices pald.for tildes, lard, tallow game, etc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. B.BellAndrews.NI.D.Ph.D, Surgeon Specialist, Stella, - Nebraska Operations for Cataract and all opera tions on the eye, Veiieocele, Hernia, Hemorrhoids, etc., performed with out chloroform and painleaB. 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. Andrews. JUIE. illl MwmSt HoN.BonSAMrsoN Representing Cooper tho rustling Liveryman of Nemaha. Leave your orders for n team, liack or druy, and - We do the Rest. Our Hack trice's all trains TUT A TVT PCn Canvnssers to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1896

ATSMpBYALmTk MW&WkWfl A W J0 rfeHuu WW t t&&. U" i VI a o i y o a r b havo sllnpol away, lovo. nil oluur wo liuvo grown Blnco on a Oupld'B doy, lovc.my heart to you was aliown. 11 happmed in this way, lovo, an you re number, too, , . .. I wrote ii tender lay, lovo, and Bont It atialclit to you. It waB u valontlno, lovo, In which I truly said Unleus you would bo mine, lovo, I w'JUld, niiiH, bo dead. 1 praised In ovory lino, lovo, your awcot and perfect ways, And priced you In my Bhrlno, lovo, to wor ship all my days. .1 Bald that rosea red, lovo, wero In your ciicl(B a-bloom; 'our "yea woro BtaiB, I said, lovo; your hiuath a svvcot perfume. "3Tour volco was music rare, lovo; your Kiiico n fairy's own; .And that your wealth of hair, lovo, llko uoldcn BtinHhlno shone. i promised i& bo true, love, and over to adore; All thin I ald to-you, love, In happy dayn of yore. And now, thouRh yci.rs havo flown, love, our hcar.B aro still as young Ab when at Uupld's throne, love, o...

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