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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 April 1896

c p if' A AGRICULTURALHINTS. STEEL-TRACKED ROADS. A TKItlllllLE EX- amim:. A l'rotiiUltiK Idea Advocated ly Krnitcrn Political I.uuderii. In the vruck of matter and the crush of worlds, coronations, conventions, bont races and tilings, it is just na well not to forget that the farmer feeds ns nil, when the mud doesn't prevent his hauling HtuiT to market. F.armer O'Donncll, of New York stnt distinctly understood that he, and not I (inner Uudd, of New Jersey, or any other person, is the suggestor of the steel tracked roadway, perhaps the most promising of the new good roads ideas. Farmers O'Donnell, Uudd and others pro pose, in brief, to lay wide, shallow steel raits in the public highways, with turnouts at intervals. Wagon wheels would run easily on flat rails eight or ten Inches wide, with flanges on either side to pre vent the wheels slipping olT. Except upon main traveled roads the cost might be pretty heavy, but there would be al most no limit to the loads that could be drawn upo...

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. — 10 April 1896

ttyunatiMm The Nebraska Advertiser . if, ajjs'itan, t'uuUiUtr. ttUKSOKiri'IUN 81.60 I'KIt YKAIt FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 1800. A bill introduced by Congressman Strode to allow Gen. John M. Thnyar u petuUn of $100.00 por month Imn )hih cd botii the limine and senate. The republican district convention meots ut Tucumiuh Monday, and the ntate convention to elect delegates to the national convention meets at Om aha next Wednesday, II. H, lroy, of Omaha, announcen tlut he in a candidate for the nomina tion for the olllco of state tiraauror at th coming rupublloin otatn conven tlon. Mr. Irey was troasunir of Doug las county from 1AD2 tn I8fl. THE RUCTLERS' WAR. Outgrcmtli r Troitliln llntwoen Cattle Mmi unit AKrlcullurinlK. In Wyoming irrigation struggled for Rome yenra wltli an obstacle more for midable than aridity. Thin wiih the or ganized stock interest which nour ished on the public landa, wnatcfully using the publlo streams to produce crops of natural hay and to water great herds of cattle...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 April 1896

tLjmmremniim .hj.iimiiiiihmi VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1896. NUMBER J2 Miwmuinimi .MM wbw fifl Wi IwA' ' T)R. W. W. KEELING, NttttVUV ClT. NrJUUAKA. Olllce Urot door south (if Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nomalia City, Neb. Kerker & Hoover, Uoalor In IMIEI-A-TS IIIlioit prlcoH pnlil.for lildei, Inrd, Uilow g.irae, etc NEMAHA CITY. NEBRASKA. Local News. Additional looal'on tho hist pugo. Hurve Thompson In running the bar ber shop alone now. Charlie Robln9on is now an employee of the Titus Nursery. Col. and Mrs. J. L. Dulhy, of Snubert, weio in Nemaha Tuosduy. Mrs. Jennie Moore Is spending the week with her mother at Auburn. It H. A. Thompson, Pro. ENS&H& BftRBEn SHOP Hlinvlng, Hair DrexfilnKi HtiumpoonlnR, Ituzor Honclng. Spcclnl attention imld to Lndlcti nnd Children. Agtntfor Nebraxka City Steam Laundry. .BellAndrews.M.D.Ph.D, Surgeon Specialist, Stella, - Nebraska OperatiotiH for Cataract and all opera tions on the eye, Varicocele, H...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 April 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - W. XV. HANDKUH, Publisher. NEMAIIA, .-.'-- NEBRASKA. VM-AJ.X4.J).4.XJ.X4..VXA4.AAXJ.AJ.Xi.V APRIL J896. I . : Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sal. : 1 9 3 A. ' 0 W T" : II II II II !Z Ji II : i'i?.iiiiiiJiiZ.ii'i 3 J9 20 21 22 23 24 25 .: - A 26 27 28 29 30 .... j THE WOULD AT LAIIGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tun National League of Mtinfcinnn began its lltli convention ut Wiinhlng ton on tho 7tlit to lnt llvu days. Alox umlor lirawor, of Now Yorlc, presided. At thu recent meeting of tho nation ul ndvlsory hoard, of tho A. P. A. ut "Washington it wnn decidod, so it wn reported, to press tho lutmo of Con grensmnn Willium S. Linton, of Michi gan, as its choice for president tmd to arrange for a vigorous campaign. A hkcknt poll of tho democratic Tuomhersof congress showed 38 in favor of -tho nomination of cx-Oov. Holes, of Iown, at tho Ckicagoconvontioti, 21 for Gov. Mathews, of Indiana, and 11 for Cleveland. Those refusing to express themsol...

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

'rV lw m x h THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDKItS, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE CITY OF THE DEAD. They do neither plight nor wod In the city of tho dend, In the city whero they sleep away the hours; Hut they He, while o'er them ranpo Winter blight nnil summer change, And a hundred huppy whisperings of llowers. -No, they norther wd nor plight, And the day Is lllto tho night, For their vision Is of other lclnd than ours. They do neither sing nor sigh In Unit burgh of by and by, Whero tho streets have grasses growing cool and long; Hut they rest within their bed, leaving all their thoughts unsaid, Deeming sllenco bettor far than sob or song. Though the robin bo a-wlng, Though the leaves of autumn march a mil lion strong. There Is only rest and peace In tho City of Surcease From tho fallings and the walllngs 'ncath the sun, And tho wings of the swift years Beat but gently o'er tho biers, Making music to tho sleepers every one. There Is only peace and rest; Uut to them It Beemeth b...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 April 1896

' .MM wt cuui uxaxu The Nebraska Advertiser . IT. HAJS'ltKHH 1'uhliilnr. SunaoitirxioN.. $1.60 TRU YRAK FlilDAY. Al'HIL 17, 1890. Tho business men nwl farmers of Hrock are trying to locate a canning factory at that placf. Omuhu lias Another candidate for .State treniurer. Thin time it Ib E. E. Hitlch, asaiatant cashier of the Omaha National bank. Speculation now eenms to b princi pnlly conflnoJ ta the extent of McKin lej'a majority in the convention, and wall, there iin't much mora upon which to "peculate. Chicago Pott. i a m Dan Franklin haa been appointed governor of Arizona and William tShakeapaaia has been elected commau.. ler of the Michigan U. A. II. Seems to ua that Thomas Jefferson ought to be taken care af next. St Joe llenild. Merchants who want the newapapura to"renat" grocery peddlern and the like, would make the newspaper man fenl mora liko doing ao if these same morchants would quit using gargllag oil envelopes, baking powder state mente and aldewalk advertisements and...

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. — 17 April 1896

r K t ft J fo The Nebraska Advertiser IT. P NJ.')HCMB mkUihtr. SUBSOUirTIOX St.oOrKUYBAU FRIDAY. Al'ltll, 17. 18o. EVERY COUNTY FOR STRODE. Teoumskh, Heb., April 13 (SpooUl to the State Journal.) Hie republican contention for tho Firrt congressional district assembled this evening. All counties ware fully lepresented. The convention was called to order by II M. Bushnell, chairman of the congres sioual committee, aud the Urge opera bouse was filled to overflowing. Paul Jesssn of Otoe county whs made temp orary chairman and W. H. Slowed of Nemaha and F. d. Kauffinan of Lan caster, secretaries There ware no con tests and the temporary organization was made permanent. Judge strode was placed in nomination for congress by H. D. Stearns aud the seconds came from every county. He was ueiuiuat ed by acslataatiuu with great eiithus iasm. On the first ballot for delegates L.L. Lindsey of Lancasti r and II. N, Dovey of Cass were nomiuated. The other candidates for delegates, II. M. Cnilda of J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 April 1896

M IV NEBMSKA STATE NEWS. Arbor Day, llr legislative onnctmont April 22 linn been design tiled as arbor day in Nebraska. In accordance with the law Gov. Holcomb has issued a prnelnmn lion earnestly recommending "to all citlzons of tho Htato that Wednesday, April 22, 18'JO, bo devoted to tho plant ing of trees, shrubs and vinos on tho lilghwnyn, public grounds and private property, to tho end that the landscape may bo rendered moro attractive, tho climate ameliorated and tho cultiva tion of timber for tho beneficial use, comfort and convenience of tho pres ent and future generations encour aged. No greater scrvlco to his state can bo at this time performed by a Nebraska citizen than by devoting at dcant 0110 day of every year to the planting- and cultivation of trees upon tho broad prairies and fertile valley lands." Tho governor especially com mends tho teachers utid pupils of tho public schools for tholr efforts in tho past at planting trees and shrubs, and recommends that thoy keep...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 April 1896

w Fl kV IS - & A if KNOW THYSELF. Scionco Holpo You to Bo Youi Own Doctor. The Story of n Wntnnn Who Kept Tented on tlio Work of Hclcnco mill Saved Ilcr Own Life. Frcm the Era, JJradfonl, Pa. Too few pcoplo nro ncquniutcd with tho rapid advmico of medical science, mill too many doctors nro ntlll plodiliiir In tho old jiaths. Onco It comes to pass tliat people know tlietnBclvcs, that nil physicians nro abreast of tho world's knowledge, much of our suffering will como to nn end. Mcdlc nl scientists nro not delving into tho depths of knowledge for tho mere boueilt of brother physicians, but for tho boncllt of tho world. They placo in tho hands of tho well mnn n means of keeping well, in tho hands of tho sick n means of recovery. To tho parent they givo tho power of saving tho child. Science is working for you will you accept tho proffered holm Mrs. George Ilowcnd, n Mrs. George Ilowcnd, nn cstlmnblo lndy who resides at No. !27tl Enst Main Ktront. has cuuho to feel grateful toward t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 April 1896

Miumnuwi The Nebraska Advertise W. H SJtJS'ltKHH, 1'nkllihtr. SuiisonirxioN Si.eorKR teak Fill DAY. APRIL 17, 1806. Aoport of tbo Uondition OK THE GILBERT BANK, AT N KM A II A, NKJi., At tlin Gloso of Business March 28th, 1800: UKSOUUCHB r.oixiiH nnd DlKCountfl 811100 40 OvcrdrnfiH nociircri mid uitHvcurcd Local Bectirltlt'H Other Htock,lonli, nnd mortKiigcw., 1073 .11 Due from Nntlnnnl HhIh 1WW ,'W Duo troin Hlnlc Hunk utid Hunkcrx... mi 10 IlitnlctiiK Iioiiho fui nittiro nnd IIxIiiich :i"(J ou Uurront oxnoiiHOH mid tiixcsn tmld 10)7 05 CliecltH nnil olluircugli Iiuiiih Illllr (if other Hiinlc 770 00 Fmctlonul nuncr currency, nlult Ich ami cotilH m I' 12 Bpeolc 210 20 Totnl 8177(52 01 lilAUMilTIUH Cnptlnl Htoolc pulri li 8 MX) 00 Undivided prolllH :(2h0 W Individual dcpoNllH mitiject to check .. 8ZS0 10 Demand ciirtlllcutCH of tlupoHll . 3iH (Hi Tlmo curllflciitcn of dupONlt 870 00 Duo in Nntloniil HiuiIch Hills payable Totnl 817702 01 Htatkok Nkiiiuhka,Ihh County ok N km aha, I, H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 May 1896

Vx C . C WHLIIM1W.U1UMJUIIM IMIIUU1JI MWMIX1 ! ifiMjiu-ii-uiiiiiiiirit.iijiiuiiiiiniMniim,Lmukiiumuimnjiujrr3 ebmstm Mtlvertiser. VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY I, 1896. NUMBER 44 w -? J V X, h 1 I) X It T)lt. V. W. KEELING, Nemaha. City, Neuraka. Oillco first door south uf Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nemaha City, Neb. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In fllRlioat prices patdfor hides, lard, tallow game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. H. A. Thompson, Pro. Shaving, J lulr Dressing, Shampnonlnc, Jluzor Honelng, Special attention paid to Ladles and Children. Aomtor Nebraska City Steam Laundry. B.SeilAndiews.M.D.Ph.D, Surgeon Specialist, Stella, - Nebraska Operations for Cataract and all opera tions on the eye, Vericocole, Ilernii, Hemorrhoids, etc., performed with out chloroform and painless. Pa tients from abroad can obtain boaid and hospital facilities at prices oss than in a city, considering skill mid sanitary s1 roundings. PartjffS Becking relief through surgical ...

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. — 1 May 1896

L3I "B- THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IV. Wi 8ANDKKS, l'tiblUlicr. NEMAHA, KBDRASKA. THE WORLD AT LAKGE, Summary of tho Dally Nowe. WASHINGTON NOTKH. PlIKSIIIKNT Cl.KVKI.ANI) on the 2'Jd approved tho joint resolution appoint ing McBsra FrunUltn, Henderson, ileal and Kstello members of the board of managers of tho national soldiers' home. Ahout MO men mot at Washington on thu 22d for a conference to promote international arbitration. Kx-Sccre-tary John W. Kostcr, tho temporary chairman, made a speech in which ho thought tho problem not cany of solu tion, but that Unglish-speahltifr nations ought to find a different way of set tling their disputes than by tho blood arbitrament of war. Andrew Carnegie pent a letter inclosing a check for 81,000 towards oxponses and Bald that arbitration for natiotiH was suro to como "as that tho huu will continue to shine." Tiik president has approved tho joint resolution directing tho secretary of war to submit an estimate for the Improvement of tho Nebraska...

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. — 1 May 1896

( ' U HE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. VT. 8AXDICUS, I'nbllnlior. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. IT'S VERA VVEEL. It's vera wool, throiiRhout the day. When ta'en up wl' wnrk or play, To think a man can llvo nlway Wl'oot a wlfey. It's vera weel when cln'es are new, 'To.tr Ink they'll always last Just so, .And look as well as ihcy do noo, Wl'oot a wlfey. Tint when the holes be;!n to show, 'The stitches rip, the buttons ro, What In the warl's a man to do Wl'oot a wlfey? It's vera weol when sklos are clear, "When frlen's arj true, and lassies dear. To think ye'll Bany through life, nae fear, Wl'oot a wlfey. Tint clouds will como the skies athwart, X.assles will marry, frlen's maun part: "What then can cheor your saddened heart? A dear, wee. wlfey. It's vera weel when young and hale. Hut when you're auld, and crazed and frail, And your blithe spirits 'bIii to fall, You'll wunt a wlfoy. Hut mayhap then the lassie drar Will treat your offers vl' n. sneer; JDecauso you're cranky, Kray and sore, Yo'll get nao w...

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. — 1 May 1896

3TORWRAI The Nebraska Advertiser W. IT. NJJVIUtltHi PuhUihir. SunsonirTiON SI.GOpku ykak FHIDAY. MAY 1, 1806. miuiiw mjjjimniiiuxiiiiui PITH AND POINT. A Simple .Method. "I'd give nny thiiifir lii the world to get rid of tlurt dog." "Is Mint ho? Well, try putting n "!50 collnr on him." Chicago Uncord. Turning the Tables. "How little originality thcHo men have," hIio jwuted. Wlmt'a thctnnttcr?" "Theynregcttlng so they wear bicycle coh tunics almost, exactly like ours." Detroit Free Presa. "How large were the diamonds?" asked the pres.s agent, pausing in tho writing of the account for publication. '"About aslargc an chcatnuta," confcHsed the actress, unwillingly. MinneapoliH Times. Mistress (sharply) "You should have told me, Kose. that you hnd broken my Venus." Hose "Yes, mrwfl, but uoelng both tho arms was gone I didn't think you'd mind so much about the head." Urooklyn Life. A Ulesslng. 1'inxit "Hear about. Smcers? lie has been suffering with tho St. Vitus dance for more than a wee...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 May 1896

wj-TttTmnmmMwiiimmt!iiMim.mtimmmiiiivmiHmmnmm am . & X The Nebraska Advertiser W. W tfJJmHJlt, VubUihtr, SUB80UI1TION St.50 riill YEAU FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1800. County Comiuissionors. Olllclul l'rucoaitlriKM of Tlmt Uoily nt Tliel? Li.iMt .Uebtluu. County commissioners met April 14, 1800, pursuant to adjournment. All members present. Tlio following business was trims acted : Ferry Licens was granted to W. II. Lemon of St. Doroin tor the sum of $5 for one year from April 20, 1800. Skiff ferry license was granted to Joseph McUlury of Hro.wnvillH for the sum of $2 for one year frfm date. Tlio treasurer whs ordered to strike from the list all poll tax assessed against Hurry 15. Woodriug for the ya.tr 1S05. Hoard adjourned to April 15. April 16. T'io road petition of Hur niuk S'uifor for the location of a public road between scutlons 4 and 5, and 10 and 17, township 4 range l;J, was dis allowed. The road petition of August Krounce for a county road on township line be tween Uenton and Was...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 May 1896

AVMTL TORNADO. Elovon Poraona Klllod In Clay County, Kan., and Violnlty. Thirty or Forty Other Hulit to lln Injured Slimy House unit Jlarns Wrockud anil tho Dniintcn to Prop-s- crty Or rut. Cmpton, Ktin., April 27. A tornado, nccompunlcd by a scvoro rain und hnll storm, prevailed in this section Satur day night Rotwoon hovch and eight o'clock a funnel shaped cloud appeared eight miloH southwest of Clinton and travolod in a northouBtcrly direction, touring up fences, granaries, farm (houses and trees. Eight lives arc re rported as being lost, among whom is a iivo-ycur-old boy whoao body has not yet been found". Frank Wilkinson, a young farmer, Is so seriously injured lie cannot survive. Tho entire family of John Morris is frightfully mangled. They had just reached tho cellar when the liotJM! was blown away. Tho resi dence of Walter Iluynes was also blown to atoms, but ho had reached tho cellar with his family and escaped unhurt. Tho barn of Lawrence Ilains, a wealthy farmer, was comp...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 May 1896

3 X h V INDIGESTION. As a Result of It, Thoro Worts Many Disorders. The Disease 'Will Create tlio Svmptorns of Heart Disease, Kidney Dis ease, Ktc Fron Vc Slandard'Union, Hrooklyn, y. T. Fciv women havo had a moro miscrnblo cxisttveo anil lived to tell tho talo tliiin Mrs. Anna L. Bmlth of 811 Pulaski Avenue, Brooklyn. With all the comforts tlint money affords, with all tho happiness that many loving friends can give, tho joy of Mrs. Smith's life was blasted for years by tho tcrrlblo ravnges of sickness. Tho story is most interesting as told to a reporter: "I was an invalid for years, suffering first with ono complaint and then with auothor. My ease was truly that of a complication of diseases, duo to an accident which 1 received Bomo years ago. Tho thing which caused mo the most discomfort and made mo offensive) to my family was tho worst caso of indiges tion 'liniminnblc. I mttdo nil around mo miscrablo by iny Bufferings, and was most miscrablo myself. I had tho best physician wo ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 May 1896

w The Nebraska Advertiser w, w. Hjjvnxnn rubHitur. SunaomrxioN . . . , $1.50 rKU YKAlt FIIIDAY. MAY 1, 1806. A man from tlio vicinity of Friend, whose name wo did not learn, nrrived in Nomulm tlio llrst of tlio week, with hia family, and camped in tho edgo of town for a few dayo. Ho tried to rent n house, us he desired to locato here, but kb thoro win not an empty house in town ho did not succeed. Ho then trlod to trado for a houso, but was not successful, and bo wab compollcd to go elsewhere. There aro no empty resi dences in Nemaha. WilUam lielden, the youngest broth er of "Iioldon tho white chief," diod of consumption throe weeks slnco at his homo In Salt Lako City. His paronts had at eno time been residents of Brownvillo. Nebraska City News. Seymour Bolden, tho father of Wil liam Bolden and "Ueldon tho white chiof," was a resident of Nomaha in tho early days, and 1b well remembered by the old citizens. In January, 1858, he started tho first paper ever printed in Nemaha tho Nemah...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 May 1896

M" 7iM ( (, I I K ebmskd Mdvertteer. VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1896. NUMBER 46 w Hv h m$ mt IF it 4n" 'V !J M. A r r i I'.iiatfi WHHtf All USE FAILS. Dost Couuh Syrup. Tastes Qood. Uso In tlmo. Sold by dnipalsts. TU. W. W. KEELING, NEMA.IIA OlTV, NHBUA.K.V. Ofllco Qrat door south of Park hotel. "W. W. SANDERS, : -: Public Nemaha City, Neb. Notary Local News. Lets of tain. Old papers for sale at this office, Dr. James Kay paid Auburn a visit Wednesday. Lew Davenport bort Tuesday. was up from Shu- Kerker & Hoover, Dealer Iti illfiliost prices paldfor hides, lard, tailow gAtno, etc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. NEM&HAB&RBERzSHQP H. A. Thompson, Pro. Shaving, Hulr Dressing, Sliampoonlnc. Jtazor Jtonelne. Special attention paid to Ladles and Children. Agent for Nebraska City Steam Laundry. Minor Taylor lias had a new awning put up in front of his drug store, Charley Scovill in how assisting Stove Cooper in the livery stable. Henry Williams went to Fairfax, Mo., Mo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 May 1896

r- NEBRASKA STATE NEWS,1 At Fulls City a little daughter of Gcorgo Pioge was burned to death while playing near tlio fire. Kx-Conguuhsman HltVAN lifts sent n letter to Secretary John 0. Carlisle, challenging lilm to u joint debate on tlio financial question. It Is ullogr'd tlint George Tuylor, tlio condemned Meoks futnlly nuiraur who rceontly escaped from jail at Carroll ton, Mo., was seon and recognized near Shcllon tlio other day. FitANie T. Wai.to.v, a money loaner, threw himself in front of an engine at Lincoln tlio other day and was ground to pieces. Ho was driven to despera tion through domestic trouble. F. M. WoLCOTT, ono of tho ollcst and most proininunt residents of Weeping Wilier, was found dead in tho Weeping Water river at that plaeo rceontly, whero It was thought he had acci dentally fallen. " Gkoiiok and William llrown and Albert I'almer, fish pirates, were cap tured by deputy sheriffs whilo seining at LnkoQiilnnobaugh, near Toltaniiih. It Is alleged tlio throo men arc...

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