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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 December 1899

r i v v volume xliv NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, ElUDAY, DEOEMHER 20, 1899. NUMBEH 27 4 i i-.ocal !N ews See tllll & Keeling for the insuiuiico It snowed buiiday.uo wo had a while Christinas. Dolls handsomely dressed, all sizes, lit Andeion's. Our meicLmnta icpoit a splendid holiday trade. J V. AiiuBtrong was In from Au liurn lhtiibday. Frank 1. MoNown is spending the holidays in Peru. James A. J'iliis lias been quite sick lor several dajs. Finu lino ot holiday goods in great variety at Auiieiaon's. W. W. tjuKl went to Talmtige 'lues day, lulutuiug l'liuiday Go to Keollug'j dttig aioio tor school supplies, tablets, einyons, etc. Tiy N, R. Aiideraon'd own brand of llwtu. Every saek wairanled. Blank deeds, chattel mot tgnges,furui jeae, etc., tor sale at tins ulllce. The hoiso buy em weiu in town this utt-k but tailed to buy any hoisea, Wu wish ail our nations and fi lends a hppy ami proapeiuus New Year. Hill & Keeling wilto both farm and city insurance and will save jou money Rev. E.S. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 December 1899

rjMwi twaiataxmatiiaMitm P: n i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER v. w. NANIlttlt' NEMAHA I'lllllldlllT. - NKHUAKKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Acciirili'd Hid I'ltl in. The New York Herald accords to Hie new Lafayetty dollar tin pulin'iis a null. of elastic currency. I In Intrin sic Milne. la about fiO ccnls, Its faCq value $1, niul it sells for $'J. IIuimI vrllliii; CliiiML'i'N. A man's handwriting ehilngcH with IiIh vliitruuliM', and character changes with age. This fact induces soine ImnliH to require depositors to sign their imnii'H every- lime their puisa books are balanced. A rnrliiiin tn III" Tinunt. Something of a sensation whh ere ntcd at Khlorndo, hid., by the will left Ifj I'M ward Bunch, a wealthy young man. 1I1h will bequeaths t. Adam Pupaw, IiIh tenant, land and dial telH worth $l,000. Ilitlliiiiu'n Hplimclhl Hlioirlnir. (lov. Mount, of Indiana, 1 pepuin tilly supervising an elaborate- exhibit for IiIh Htale at tho Pnrls exposition. One of tin: features of this will lie a ncrlcH of lar...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 December 1899

Pftyf mipwmv W WTjBMW mWWTn''' '' " "Wfljfp fpt- p,." wfjrT qw" X rWW r V A ' ft- Y THE NEBRASKAAD7ERTISEE (V. W. HANDKKS l'ublUiinr. NEMAHA, -..-.. NEBRASKA. WAVE PRINTS. WVierp ocenrt-eeklrg rivers gently Slide, To Join the spreading harbor's restles.3 llowx , "While Hashing gems cf living sunlight Kloi JVmV ever onward laughing bubbles ride! .'Behold (Vir, far nonthth the shifting tide, Clear rlpplo-rn.irks the stalnlosH sea sands shpvv, A record fair, traced daintily belpw, 'Of waved that teas and break nnd Then subside. So when the fitful wave of fortune break Upop the bosom of life's restless sea, As cloud drift melts to blue without a sign, : iDecp w rltten on- tho heai't's pure scroll th.ey make. A record Main, whoso lights and shades decree-, 'Self's chilling fate, or love'a warm glow divine Arthur Howard Hall, In N. Y. Observer. Copyright. 1895, by D. Applcton & Co. All rights reserved. CHArTER IV. Co.NTiNur.n. Wc sat in silence for some minutes, each absoibod in his o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 December 1899

-5 "f f;?ft f3fr,'";,riw; "f fn ,i,i,jMi!f!i,i'iyjpiMwipppi'i.ii t. S7V.V7rCAVS.JiV.J-ir rtwdTt --jr aifaflMmmnAmmjlwym&MWifcm t- 'Ili3 Nebraska Advertiser r f. f-f u. u w.f.v ,.', t'uktiiinr, SUIInUltll'TION 'SI.Wl'-l'KIt YKAU HIIA V, DfiO. y. I HI)!). s Noah w'utv Uiu original wenthur ... '. r, . '.S'.. I.nuui lum tlin lurifuut ilrtijf IioiIho In Uio United ytatoa. . Aimu people would urowl about tin Wisuvlicr if It iiitnnd ullver ilollarH. Former SonHtor Davhiof Weal Vir ginia in to prisma Unit, ntato with an oipliaii iiHylum. Tlioro uro only two (luiriciutulfcsctisi tort in Uio tiorUioiti ntiituH and no democratic I'ovciiior. Sonatora .Ihiiuh atitl fjwwurl, of No vada, liiivn again allied tliojiirtulvou with Uio tuimullriin putty. Tlio Duke of WVsiiuliiHtor, Uio rich Odt nohleman In Jiiitflauci, died Fitdny Jliti Inuouio wiih oHtliuated lit '; 000 u da. flu wan 7) joarnol a. It Is Hind lSnglaud'a national debt will bo Jncioatu'd 1 00.000 000 by thti war wiih Uio Uhiij.. 'i h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 December 1899

tfVf "TT"' r " w7rw?din , - pwTjr' (7rjri"iiT ' i.. mmmmmmmmmmmwimmi tinii 1fc.M t- ' !Ui2). r y 4. r Y lb Nebraska Aiv.rtiser . W. W. SANDKUS, PnbUBhEi'. HUIJAY, DBCEMNER 20, 1300 Tlnriytwo tiut.liurs, ten ilhistrittins mid eight iiiolo(trui)hiu iittlsls cunttlbs um to tlio excellui t .Iiiiiiiiiry Issue of l Me l.wliV lloum .louriial. Among i.i' A,ii'c.nl lwiturM lire Tin llmm t'liiiiiijr i Uiu Naluiiiiiie, by W A Kimhhi ; ilii! HiH-f lilt I o.r South Alricii, Tlio Htiiuiul nifcil g of till! XcbiilKa Stuto Illslurlciil SouiHy for 1(100 wll bo held at tlin ohiiitsl of the Statu Uni vermty on the evenings of jliininiry Utli and lOtlii ut 7:80 o'clock, with the toK lowing program It U tk'sluil that nil InturbstHl in old overland (lelghting will nltntid, on Wednesday especially, btlngiiiK ail old maps of freighting routes Willi tliein. f UKJJDAY EVENING, JANUAUY 0 Pie.iliieiit'n Annual AikliesB Hon J, bleillng Morton, Meliusku City. Tlio Stale Kepiiulicun Convention ot 1870 and Inciden...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 December 1899

' t IaMENTOFTHE v)6ld m;mi U '"f '. ii'K ' wnjmn $P Jv A ffV Tr.Ak i n &WL- Vsjrv.xixV lias LAH! iriy tlmo nearly coino: I'm wcnkand weary, nnil colli and numb, And and und Hour, and cross and irlum. And tho world looks dark ami drear; I'm short ot breath, no 1 liant und wheeze, And shiver and Blmlco, und eouli utiu Hni'CKu; . , My Urn lis creak mournfully I" the nrcozc- Kor 1 am llio poor Old Year. Twolvo months njjo I was yotitiB und fulr; I ruled tho world wllh a rcf;ul nlr, And every ono welcomed me, hero und there, Without a frown or a tear. Tho hoys and nlrln hurrahed for hip. And I wbh as lumpy as happy could ho; Tho world nround was fair to boo For I was tliu glad Now Yoar. Tho morry thrush and tho hold cuckqo flavo mo a sonf? and a woleomo truo; Tho whlto puccoon and tho vlolot hluo i'eopod slyly Into my faco; Tho tulip Kavo hor rich porruino, Tho larkspur waved hor azuro plume, Tho red roso oponed her velvet bloom, My royal court to Kruco. Tho brooklet burst Its ley bo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 December 1899

innmwiwwM nimmwjuunmxmtrmntrmm r m M A 4 s r JLU LiUST STAY AT HOME. MILES ON THE BOER WAR. ltili'i-lnr I)rpiirliiu-iit Will I'nrmlt No Mor Indiana to I.rnvo Ke-orwUlolu for l'urpoM-fl of Kxlilliltlon. Washington, Doc. 23. A new depar ; fine in tho policy of ilia department of lliu interior is emphasized by un equivocal refusals which have met all recent requests for loans of Indians for exhibition purposes and Secretary Hitchcock and Commissioner of In dian affairs Jones have determined to i.top the abuses of the privileges and have so stated in a number of comfiumicatioiis 'lately. Mr. Johea Haiti: ' j "There will be jio more Indians per mitted tti leave their reservations for wild west, exhibition purposes. They cannot seen re the coli.-.eui of the Indian bureau for their exhibition, suv" it be alonr Hie lines of showing the progress of the Indian education. ! The day of the department's permit- I liny Indians to be let for wild .west fchows and such affairs is past.. It tit!- I ...

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. — 29 December 1899

f TT - . iTQ "T' 'fflT' " 'w&t "7" .7"WT 'IPJWl ' WH ! 71PP rxyiu r SaTC .T&V. Ih) Nebraska, Advertiser Another Old Settler Gone. Mrs. Mary Skeen du-d at liur resi fdonco in Neinalia 'liiusday, becumbor IT V jTN JiJ-i:irii-,,j,h,J r ! Wn JiiVwK.,'1- ,-f -. JiaT -iJiu..JiiiJW -. liUKts vnrnt all uat rAiw. tM r J-.J -fSSr Z In ilitin kfilil . tlrttcaint. wi EbGBISSSJEZSSSiQSISBC 9) U. U H.i.'S'ftfillN, fuhlltlur. m i lr l UllflTION SI, 50 Vim YHAIl S' i( , if f P !tl JU JQIl V. W KEKMNG, INkmaha City, Nkiiuaka. Ollice at the (hut; atoro. M K S. Et S tiu'UEB vn: V PLASTERER Anion mill Aitntlto vnik h Hpeoliilt. . ;in. i iih iiiilll. I iipnr M111115IHK, ICiilxiiiilnliiu li id VlH'-:in i.tif ilium, Low nl:us, Al mile w,ir run 1ml. I Kerkcr & Hoover, mb'Its HUlioitprlccH paid forltldon, lard, tiulow .11111), I'lC NBMAIIA OITY, NKMtASKA. II. IHSU). '1 111) Ncilllllllt pOKtollleo began using U10 now stylo money orders lint Satur day. Mrs. Mary A. Murgess Is very sick at tlio res...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 January 1900

ilWHilWlfiMf1 MIMIWWlliWBlWiHMyilUiilMiiiiljiiVJ jfwwnprrv -HfB'w ' 'v wuyfJtvpji . ' -,wr" w, f. ' T)jpriif'',-ii"!!"TrT" 'IVf?'"?',rTr'r' "T1 ' r 1a. jaJLf r ,. K fiffi BfiTflp5' Bl H IflZ fiMMff SvH yfr "i ) V0LUM1S 3CL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, ntlDAY,' JANUARY o, 1900.. NUMBER 2S S? 7rfo $ y m. ic .?. 4 M i 1 ( r Local News UlMCTrt-FflBWJJW Sohitl begin noxt Monday. N't! Hill it Keeling for Hi u insurance Miss Mai tio lrain wont to RedCloud Thursday. fJii to Keeling! drug siore for school supplies, tablets, crayons, etc. t Blank deeds, chattel moitgoges.furm wi-es, etc., for sale at this otlluo. Tho Missouri liver is blocked with ico and men are now crossing on foot. Hill & Keeling write botli farm und city insurance and will Have you money The Globo Advertiser and Democrat both the St. Louis one your for only SI. 00. Olio;) feed 70 cents per 100; brnnnnd shoria (50 centa per 1U0; at Hoover's grocery store. Will Dressier returned to Slienan doah, Iowa, Tuesday, where ho is aU ten...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 January 1900

f f?pj " F"7i m- T THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANIIICIf, rublliliiir. NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. dlf. Alfc At K AtA. Mf. AM. At. AM. At. AM. AM AM. Af HI --W.-,.-VI'..-f- T T , - 9 JANUARY J900. TOPICS OF THE DAY. With Tlirun Kxcoptlom. With the exception of 40 wars In which ICnpltind Iiiih been engaged within the InHt GO yenrn, tliu reljjn of Victoria linn been quite peaceful. Only IttiMln Would Outrniik IN. If nine per cent, of the population of nil civilized nntioiiH were culled out to do military Hcrvice, only JIuh bIu would outranlc thu United Stutes in point of numbers. Tim first Hum IniurniL A Hartford, Conn., 11 ro itiHiirnnco comiauy lnm purchnHcd the Iioiiku of William Imhiy, In that city, which, in 1701, wuh tho first In thlH country to bo insured against lire. I'tiRlllNtlo 1'nptilnrltjr Unrnrtiiln. John L. Sullivan wiyH he is sorry now that ho didn't put his money into United States bonds instead of lending it to flattering friends and paying $5 for a shine. Ho places his "lo3...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 January 1900

r K F-i.ti nwi i-"4- 'iTima i i Y T JHE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANIJHIC, Publisher. ,-KEMAIIA. - - NEBRASKA. SONG OF THE TEN-INCH SHELL From the noiseless gloom of the Inner tomb They ralso the drossy ore; JTrom tho blinding red of my flame, blrthbed My Rlowlng frnme they pour; With rhythmic bent of dancing feet The Brent trl)-h:immers swing. They forge me well, the shapely shell. 'Bride of the battle-king. i i Now ntlll I stand; on cither hand My right companions be, Gray, grim iind lain as the shadow Been Of the shark In the dusky sen; TIM the bugle shrill my time fulfill, And away at Inst I ride To the light of the sun, where my bride groom gun Shall cbop me a moment's bride. A touch, n spark, nnd hark! oh, hark!-- Impregnated with lire, Hot with the heat of hate, and fleet With tho fury of desire I Hyl I fly! my goal Is nigh; 1 light the whirling shell , And tho air nround shrieks to the sound And the agony of hell) The Iron beams give, the steel plntes rlvo To my tyrannous c...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 January 1900

.YwJwrrv . w 'v y 't' " ;wv - ' JTi.- '"Tg7'vr-."lr, ' vjsn yp'yi'a ' "TV T;?jr?'" "TTijf i 1 T Bfe Ji IJtirjK'AJirJii 1 1 ti' .t..wy fvivfi , p mtiHiwnwtfnwiii The Nebraska "Advertiser , W. r. S.VNDKU&, Publisher.' FIII)AV, JANUAItV d,- 1000. u hi .i..rtr,.. A t',.Litl II .H i uh. A SI. 1.i1m Oil . IMli VSilt tiivery-' tWlii In Hlprlil. Cnpt. Hum fad. of the Mewnth flint rict million, ili.li.iw ic i i)i pohkch twv of t lir- hrainlcut, ncwippliwl irtid liijrfjtist nil in the ult.v. 'I hi feline wonder I hnown n plain Tom mid nothing else. WJii'n 1711H0 .young lie ulumi'd 11 decided pent'liiuM for rtttM juui mice, tuid uftcr IiJh iijoiini In tho Tour CourtH of 1io.irM lie IikiI every thing In the shape of 11 rat, or n nioima on the run. Uv grow up bignml strong, nail while nt the Four Cmtrtn United ricr.v dogthut tried to tnchlelilin. dipt. Hoyil gtinrded him with jenlotm care, nnd woo he unto the. man who tried to injure Tom In IiIb prcHeiiec. One dny Tom wns nlooplng In tha l)o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 January 1900

Tiffr PTHI mm 1 'yrv7?AJW",r t St"V'- vry ifHf" i-wyfWfTTTf' !! ' 'iswIkl " VP'T-'" r t v rvssiiiSJijfcwiiiiibad6jfcVi3iia.wtt Uru-0atfJkcftLr&AA4i vteKMiwMW.vGMAtfMuXtvjiV9Au.lMrtvi-tvVuMrM(l Btjiift WfewKv Wrm wS V5 : -. t -. .1 -i'. -i &i4 h v i. -- .V rl I." The Nebraska -Advaiisu1 r. W. S.VN'DEUd, Publtiilior.. fit I DAY, JANUAUY 6, f,fnwrm .-..--.- 11IU0. A Letter from Eabe . Elliott. Onil.UO. OK, Di'l!. ilii, 1800 V. V. btintleiH, Ni'iiinhu, Nob.! Dfiif liitMiil iinil family; A short tnim iiltqt' I ifiit'lii'il Ukliiliuitm 1 to ti vimI'ii letter from yon, inn) you must I 1 1 dun tiii lor not ituswff m suottfr. We sttenll well at pfeseiit utnl Inivt; l en Hince we quit ('lulling. We hud I lie li vci' itml cli 1 1 Is in tlmf uiiiiiihi but i N no woiae here I ban It waa in Nc liiHNka in mi early day. There in Ij.iii'iil lo lie mukiienH of that kind wjiero iherti is so much prairlo being mined ovor. Outside of this uluaa of ujkiii'M dis'i.ises are vory .ruix. We all lilco...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 January 1900

" icvjpfr Jqjpxacjj, Notable Happenings of 1 899 set down in chronological ordi'k. M The BrlUsh-Bocr War War in uui rciwuica, 1..1 r?ii.....i ;s, Startling Nccroloflu, Politics AVl I" , -:raS-1,, asgaf-ag IlIMTIHII-flOKIt AVAU. Mnr. 20Jor. Chamberlain addresses parlia- merit on the Transvaal. May 10 -Arrest of 8 alleged Rntlsh oilicors in Transvaal for conspiracy. 31 Conference nt Hlorinfohlrin between Pies. Ktiurcrnnd Sir Alfred Milncr. Jul. 101!)- New franchise bill passed by land. 21 Kiugcr threatens to resign. Aug, 21 Ki ugcr in diplomatic note otters to make concessions on condition Hint Kng glnnd nbandon claim of suzerainty. 28 Cliniiibi'i'lnin replies such term cannot bo considered. Sep. 8-Clininber!niii insists on joint inquiry to make jure no nullifying coiuhtioiiB cxiwt behind Ki user's proposals. 18- Kruger answers with less favorable pro posaln than before. 22 Britain forinulntcs note thnt she will prepare linnl terms. 28 Orange Free Statu voles to aid South African Repu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 January 1900

ipw1, ' " jW' nnCKyn"w' V 'FT J J " T 7" "7fi '" "w r H--"iwir -yw? mm w ivwpflnTl!SjBBIfIV' lwpf"l4V r Y A r "KAH-PEK-KOG" CLUB. IIV AVIIIGIIT A. PATTKUSON. F0 YOU realize, gentlemen," naid J Smith, as the members of the Kah-pec-kog club gathered around the evening fire, "that this is to be our last evening to gether in these woods for at least a year? To-iriorrowour vacation in the Muskoka lake district ends, and by to-morrow evening, if nothing unlookcd for happens, we will have nailed up the door of the clubhouse, reeled in our lines for the last time this year, stored our boats, and the night train on the Grand Trunk will be carrying us swiftly back to the states and to our various vocations. "Without going into particulars, or men tioning names, it has seemed to me that this would be an excellent time to confess our prevarications so that we may quit this beau tiful spot with a clear conscience. 1 would uggest " "To what do you refer, Brother Smith?" asked the Pastor. "To put ...

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. — 5 January 1900

y- miyr-tijjiiimiiii mmi n iwjp-y- -r" "'''""Tijjpffr'' y ' " t" "wtTyr lP!'s''r"'5Wr fpr f t I. r.f it tfi SIi ' t("i iEMlbVtaUl n .;V.VL;....ll...i.',t7" T; ' rmBrm- acasss. nil i il1Wji!H.i..yt.if7 Hnmr W-JttebteJiMzI i:imm WHtui- All fist tAlL Jj Host CoumIi Hyrup. TnMc- UnhI. in tlnin pom i'yili"KKi"' Of aL.ll Crof3 H3SX2 smnxaisESHEai JQU. W. W, KHKLINO, Nkmaha Citv, Nkhiiaka, Odlce itt the drug Btofti. fKi:np sua Ms user PLASTERER Anno ntiil AKatlto work u hpi'oJhII.v. OIm. rriiH hnlli. Paper UiiiiuIiik, KiiUoinliiliii? ti .hi Wlinwiiui.ii dotio. 1-ow prices, Al lork w.irrnnlml. ' Kcrkcr & Hoover, Tlnnlor In MEATS Hljliest prlooM jmtd for UIiIch, lnrd, tnilow guild. IllC N ISM A HA CITY, NISMHASKA. J. II. SEID, llreeder of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA THOS. W. UIAIT, proprietor ofthu Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray ia Oonnootion with Livory Good rlp and prompt Borvlcu. Sntlefnctlnn tfiiiirutitULMlt li-fli-Ull WANTKD-SKVKItAIi I'KKS...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 January 1900

r "-. .' pelf alto ..' 1 fautlUzt VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1900. NUMBER 29 . y i r.4 tf Iooal News Fine winter weather. fcee Hill Ofc Keeling for tire Insurance The roads am uoout as bad as they can get. Miss Maud Flack has started to Buliool again. Preaching at tiie Episcopal church next Sunday afternoon. Miss Minnie May has been in Peru fur tbe past week. Mrs. Mattie Bantz returned from Missouri Wednesday. Al Morton came Id from Johnson Monday, returning Tuesday Juhu Flack went to Nebraska City Monday, on a little business. Qo to Keeliug'j drug store for school supplies, tablets, crayons, etc. Try N. it. Anderson's own brand of tour. Every sack warranted. Blank deeds, chattel mortgages, farm eases, etc, for salo at this ofllce. John Knight has moved on the Muuiz lunn, west of the Bennett mill. Hill & Keeling write both farm and city insurance and will save you money Oeo. Lewis was up from Shubert Friday. George Is still quoting Joe Jones. Miss Eleanor ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 January 1900

lyJSii11"! , ,'jCgy JTpBZff' , .In! ?,','. &ijQ$v ijjilB'- &xm& SLJ- .. iammwfrww w- F T"lVUftJR"V' 1 w .',!. & v fir "' bv W" THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANIMCItS I'liulUhrr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. JANUARY J 900. 3 Sun. Mon. Tue. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sa!. f 28 29 30 3 J .... TOPICS OF THE DAY. Prohibition In the I'ljl lalnnil. A successful system of prohibition prcvnilH In tlm Fiji Islands. Tlic rum manufactured at tho sugar factories lias to he Hunt elsewhere, aH anyone giving intoxicating liquor to a native in fined 60 and imprisoned for three months. Thin penalty is doubled for each repeated offciiHc. America' Vivo Greatest Kdltorn. Five busts In bronze of noted news paper men of America will be placed in tho publishers' building of tho United States at tho Paris exposition next year. They are Joseph Mcdill, late of the, Chicago Tribune; llenja min Franklin, Horace Greeley, George W. Childs and Charles A. Dana. Undo Hum to IIh Ilia Irn Mini. Uncle Sam soon wilt be the i...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 January 1900

,j HP nnHPHHm j?' c " r. r M Y r V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. .SANUKltS l'ublUtmr. NEMAHA, NEUItASKA. THIS BEAUTIFUL EARTH. 'Thin beautiful earthl and this beautiful lire! And only one span to enjoy It. And wo (n our folly exhaust It with strife; Wo do not know how tq employ It. Our loves and our hates got so painfully tnlxcd, In spite of our noblest endenvor, Wo live In a slntc or "between and be twixt' In a Htnto of tranquillity, never. Make hntUe nnd bo happy, yo mortals that can; Cease yearning: for what cannot be. Itemcmber ye have but the one Jlttlo span; Maku It fruitful and Joyous and free, Small matter that others have more than enough, Whllo yo struggle and strlvo for mere bread ; Dame Naturo Is chary of sweetmeats and purr, Plain fare makes high thinking, 'tis said. The nun and the air and the birds and tho tree, And the glorious kingdom or (lowers ' Tho meanest or men is a monarch or these; The purest or bliss should be ours Then let us Join hands Tor a happier clan, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 January 1900

. - awwa-. B"W wistf? ' S3 3-jgrjqKsr,,"Twwi - W ' f'r ' IC , fit-' 4T .: r tf. E ,-A fr mi .aiw.r;jimfKJiijwHVfa.iiw m . ! Tha Nebraska Advertiser W. W. HjlJ'ttNUh ruhUtlfr. SUIISGKH'TION 81.n0 I'KK YICAU FRIDAY, JANUARY 12. 1000. A Lottor from Goo. Falrbrothor. Omaha, Nob., Jan. 8, 1000: Editor AdvertlHHr: Through the columns of tho dear old paper wliich cotnos into my liousei hold every week and In welcomed rij nn old frlnnd by every momber of the fanMly, I wish Co send greeting to all tho old time frlonda In Nomnlm conn ty, Should any of them como to Omnltn at any time I would ho plcanf d to moot them. I am at presebt em ployed (a the olHce of the Royal Woodman, 4.T7 Paxton block. Thoy will (Ind me the aume old George, several years older, of course, n little poorer in pnrne, perhaps, but altogether hopeful for the future and nurely in willing to trrusp tho hand of an old friend aHver. have for u long time been conlom plating writing tho AdvortiHcr a letter, imt biidlueaa matter...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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