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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 December 1900

fi f I tl T i - " s ( ''tt" l't L ft f As V it . h : ' ia&IST LIKE IT USED TO BE HKISTMAS like it used to be! That's tho thing would gladden inc. Kith und kin from fur and near Joining In thcChrlst- mas cheer. Oh, the laughing girls and boys! Oh, tho feasting and the Joys! Wouldn't It be good to see Christmas like It used to be? Christinas llko It used to be Snow a-bendlng bush nnd tree, Hells a-Jlngllng down the lane; Cousins John nnd Jim and Jane, Hue and Kate and all the rest Dressed-up In their Sunday best. Coming to that world of glee Ohrlstmus like It used to bo. Christmas like It used to be Been a long, long time since we Wished (when Santa Claus should come), You a doll and I a drum, You a book and I n sled Strong and swift nnd painted red; Oh that day of Jubilee! Christmas like It used to be. Christmas like It used to be. It Is still as glad and free, And as fair and full of truth, To the clearer eyes of youth. Could we gladly glimpse It through Kyes our children's chil...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 December 1900

JMfWi. i 'A GREAT CELEfillATlOiN Anniversary of the Establishment of Capital at Washington. A Iti-cnpHon by tlm l'fMldmit t Mm Whlt Untun to OnvertioM of MhIu nml Toi-rltorleit-MIIIUry Purmln it I'enturo. Washington, Doc 13. The iiatloiml capltnl Ih In gala attire In celebration ot tho 100th onnivcrsnry of the estab lishment of the Heat of federal gov. criitneiit at Washington and for the time being the wheels of government ceased revolving business public and i:rIT,lo Issue suspended, while tin president and his cabinet, tlio sennit and Iioiiho representatives, the fed era' judiciary, the governors of inanj states, and a great eoneoursc of citi zens and visitors joined in tlio elabo rate festivities of the day. I'erhapi never again will lids generation vW iicbu such n significant gathering ol the heads of states and of the chic! executive of the nation. Ono hundred years ago the trans fer of the seat, of government wai tnado from Philadelphia to Washing ton and the site previously ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 December 1900

A Onr KnMon'n -Vcnlth. Gold oud fcilycr are poured abundantly into the lap of the nation, but our mate Tial wealth and strencth is rather in iron, the most useful of nil metals, just as tho wealth of a human being lies m a useful stomach. If you have overworked yours un til it is disabled, try Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It will relieve the clogged bowels, improvo the appetite and cure constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness, hver.and kidney dis ease. A Lot Alinnt Alirnhnm, A schoolboy was asked at an examination to give an nccount of the patriarch Abra ham. He wrote: "He was the father of Lot nd had two wives. One was called Ishmalc and the other linear. He kept one at home and he turned the other into the desert, where alio became a nillar of salt in the day time and a pillar of fire by night." London Jewish World. Ilcnt for the lionet. No matter what ails yoa, headache to a cancer, you will never get well until your bo we s are put right. Cascarets help nature, cure you without a g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 December 1900

ffi UBK 3wf"5fP"2!JCI jMri.ji..3g Oil BIS WHtRt Mi Hit (AILS. uough Brrup i BrruD. Tul uc rMa Good. Una raMtna. fWild or rtrunglit. (jDr. "W. Keeling, Nomnun, Ncbrnska. Offico in Koolinu biiildhu, nccoiid door north of Aynox' linrdwuro Htoro. PETER KEllKEll, Doalor In MEATS IlighcHt irmrkcl price paid for Hides, Lard, Tallow, etc, R. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Alt work Rimrnntooil to Klvenallnfnctlnn Wost of Court Houso Bquaro,So.Auburn,Nob THOS. W. HI ATT, l'roprlotor of tlio Livery&Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR, Good Dray in connection with Livory Satisfaction guarantood. J. H. SEID, Drcodor of Thoroughbred Poland China Farm ono and ono-hnlf milon west of Nomaha. HOUtll- Bravo Men Fall Victims to Btomnnh, liver and kid noy troubles us well as wainon, and all feol tlio rosult in loss of appetite, poisons in tlio blood, buckacho, aer vouanoBB, headache and tired, liHtnossi run-down fooling. .But thoro'a o need to fool Iiko that, S. W. Gard- nor, of Idavillo, Ind., save: , "JE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 December 1900

7 f ( XI J 7 Z k nl iiiefffe VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, JFtUDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1000, NUMBER 27 s wbftjka Ik 1 :A JU 1 1 - ft IN 'N ,p Si ir " HiOoal News School opens again next Monday. Tlio legislature meets next Tuesday See Hill & Keeling for Are Insurance Dr. W. I. Seymour, No. 1210 K at. , Lincoln, Neb. It has snowed almost every day for the past week. Sam Anderson is crippling around with rheumatism. . 1 Albert U. Titus van able to get down towa Thursday. S. Cooper sells Page's. Woven Wire fnce best fence on earth. Next Tuesday Is the beginning of u new year and a new century. See W. W. Harris of South Auburu for Clothing and Dry Goods. ThiB is the last issue of The Adver tiser in the nineteenth century. If you want a good lantern go to the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. The Advertiser it ml St Louis Qlob0 Democrat both one year for Sl.flO A nice line of sleds for sale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. . The home dramatic company have decided not to reproduce Eas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 December 1900

i! THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER r. XV. flANDKUH, lnlIU!ier. NEMAHA. NBHRASKA. I, ' - -1 "N TOPICS OF THE DAY. Ono of tho Country' Triumph. At the beginning of the, century English wiih Hpoken by SI ,000,000 poo. plo mid now It Ih iihc1 by 130,000,000. Among the trhimpliH of the nineteenth century thai i one of the first. tlilmlp(l ltlvcr In tho Future. The MiBHhwIppi river at Home future day will bo one of the world's most lainoiiK ship channels, and the time h nl hand to press on with its Improve ment steadily. Huh HikI Fight It Way. Tho Irish potato Ikih had to tight its way Into general favor. When they were brought into KiihkIh. first, in 17(VJ, they were called "Devil's Ap ples," and caused fearful riots. 'Jim Moat llciiiitlful Woiimti. The pictured face of .Miss Maud Woods, of Uharlottsvllle, Va., as that of tho most beautiful woman In the United Htntes, will appear on the medals of the JSulValo Pun-American exposition. Only it Kiiclul "I'rciillurlly." All but 12 of the 1,500 India...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 December 1900

V M .&. ... 1 $ .4 & A f. 'J- THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. BANDI5US, l'ubltther. NEMAHA, NEBRASKAr ONE DAY AT A TIME. One day at a tlmoJ That's nil It can bo; No faster than that Is tho hardest fate; And days havo their limits, however wo Begin them too early and stretch them late. Ono day nt a tlmel Every heart that aches Knows only too well how long that can seem; But It's never to-day which tho spirit breaks; It's tho darkened futuro without a gleam. Ono day at a time! A burden too groat To bo borno for two can bo borno for ono, "Who knows what will enter to-morrow's gate? Whllo yet we nro speaking all may bo done. One day at a timet but a slnglo day, Whatever Its load, whatever Its length; And there's a bit of precious Scrlpturo to say That according to each shall be hi strength. Ono day at a time! It's n wholesome rhyme A good ono to live by: A day nt a time. -Urlilsh AVcekly. ! The World Against Him !; By WILL N. HARDEN. Copyright, 1W0, by , A.N. KellOKH Newspaper C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 December 1900

axiiKtr-r. . ' 1 lV W' 1 IV w1 THE NEBRASKA ADYEBTISEB W. W. flAMIKKM, mbllihar. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- FADS AND FASHIONS. .Some nf llii? Mnny l'rrtly i-HIpii Tliiil'Arc Hern In l'i In Inl Continue. Something unique in Hie wny of n dress trimming Is made of cloth In the jialc biscuit shade, cut in Oreolon nnd other odd convent lonnl designs in two or tlirpp diiTcrcnt widths, the narrow ones stitched on tJio wider, giving a rulsrd effect, HnyH the New York Sun. The ribbons tills season nrc charm ingly varied in flowered, striped nnd Hpot'tcd designs, tliu )unnttc ribbons being especially soft nnd rich. Cloth luce, or mi iippllcuc trimming of crcnin i-loth finished mound tho edges with a small white silk eord, Ih one of the populnr decorations for gowns nnd rover of the funny coats. (Nrdle bellH made of ribbon are one of the novelties in the shops. They nrc wlde.-polntcd in front, and nuidc on n boned foundation to keep (hem In Hhupo. Tiny little gold knob buttons fasten the plaits, laid I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 December 1900

K I rf f ' d Vfien5J55 T WAS New Ycnr's night; flic clock was on the Inst stroke of ninc.nnd John Kimball was on his way home. He was not hurry ing home; Indeed, ho was proceeding rather leisurely for a man who had been mnrried only six months. But John was meditating, and when n man medifates and walks at the same lime he generally forces his feet to keep pace with his thoughts. John had just parted from a crowd of his old friends of bachelor days, such dear old fellows I don't mean dear old bachelors, but dear old friends, for John was only 25, and. none of his friends were much older than himself. They had given him such a cordial invitation to go with them to the rooms of the Bachelors' club; they were Buch jolly good fellows, so free and eay and so utterly devoid of care, that they mndo John feel as though he were one of them again, and the parting from them hnd caused his thoughts to meander slowly bnck to the time when he wns one of them. John was thinking of those sweet cjol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 December 1900

i y, i ' s t i "l P 1 ,' I i PAID THE HANSOM. Cudahy Gave Up $25,000 for Re turn of His Son. Tho Kidnapers llml livery Detail Arrimgeil Tor tlm Hueressriil Currying Out f h Mold aikI Cunning Adventure- Kouiinl for tho Kidnapers. Oiiuilin, Neb. I)t"J. 21. -Twenty-five thousand dollars In (,rold was (lie price paid by Kdward A. Cudahy, Hie millionaire pucker, for tlie return of his 8011, lid ward Cudahy, Jr., who wih abducted by a gang " kidnapers liiHt Tuesday night. Wednesday about noon, and several bourn after 11 letter bad 'been left in (be front yard at t lie Cudahy residence, another missive. wiih delivered to Air. Cudahy at his residence. It came through the mails and contained a proposition to return Hie boy, safe and unharmed, provided tlie sum of $25,000 wiib paid that night. In the letter were full direc tions as to where the money was to bo left, and the assurance was given that the missing boy would be allowed to return homo within a few hours of the time (be cash was rec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 December 1900

FOREIGNERS INTERESTED. American Art Inhibition nt I'nrla Ex position l.xcltesi L'nvornlile Com ment by rorclK" Critic. John B. Cnuldwell, United States di rector of tine arts nt the Paris 'expo eitlon, has arrived at New York. The American exhibit was left In charge of Henry B. Snell, the assistant director, who will remain with it until it is hipped home on the United States miser Prairie about the end of the month. Concerning' American art abroad Mr. Cauldwell said: "Our fine arts exhibit at the Paris exhibition attracted general attention and was commented upon most favorably not only by the French, but by the Ger man, Austrian and Italian critics, some of whom expressed astonishment nt the progress made by the painters nnd sculptors of the United States during the lnst decade. A marked interest wasshown particularly in the canvases of our artists residing at home as dis tinguished from our nrtlsts residing abrond, and It was generally conceded that their work showed indisputable...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 December 1900

-.if.WJii'm, 1 1 i ajaAiJrj' H'W UliUfrhlLBlJUllllf.Weai I I 1 i il I r ' r-ar--jai.y.lliJfll r. ($5. TP. Keeling, Nomnlin, Nobrnskn. Offlco In Keeling building, second door north of AynoH' hardware store. PETER KERKElt, Dealer In MEATS IlighcHt market prico paid for IlitloB, Lard, Tallow, etc, R, A. HELMER, A Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work Rimrnnlcnd to Klveimtliifiintlon et of Court Houso Squaro,So-Auburn,Neb The Nebraska Advertiser W. V. Sanuehh, publflher FlllDAY, DkOKMDICII 5J8, 1000. W. V. titetilevlllo is spending the vacation in lirownvllle. THOS. W. HI ATT, Proprietor of tho Iiivery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connootion with Livoiy Satisfaction, guarantoed. K & oEmatm J. H. SEIB. llrccdor of Thoroughbred Poland China IHIOGrS. Farm ono and ono-lialf lnilos south west of Nemaha. sk Our butler-half presented iih with a nice olllco chair Christmas and we are now putting on considerable sljle. Itev. Albert V. Wilson commenced a protracted meeting at the IJ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 January 1901

?.LH Ufif elfaita JMtefftet 9 VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FlllDAY, JANUARY 4, Wol. NUMBER 28 6 A. -'t J k r v. I i A r v n. T K I fHa u.wmm.iijujuu-muULWji-j i . .wjimwutumiiK Local News Winter weather. Twentieth cotitury. Seo IIIU & Keeling for lire Insurnnce Hev. C. II. Gllinoto hiia moved to WtlBllta, Iowa. Dr. W. I. Seymour, No. 1219 K Bt. , Lincoln, Nob. Our young folks ate enjoying thorns solves skating. J. II. Broady, of Lincoln, wtis in Ne cqhIiii .Saturday.. ' ', .Dr. Keeling is iigutu u uufferer from an attack of grip. 8. Cooper sella Page's Woven Wire fnce best fence on earth. Prof. If. L, McNown, principal of Itlie Atliena wnitl school at Auburn, visited Nemaha friends Tuesday and Wednesday. W. II. Aue, who now lives west of Howe, gavengrn soelal rail last Satur day nnd renewed his subscription to The Advertiser. The Kendalls will glvo tbalr concert at the Methodist church Saturday night, Jan. Gth. Admission 25 cents; children 10 cents. Little Stephen Gilbert, Earl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 January 1901

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. Vf. HANDKUX, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. V$$x$5txJ JANUARY. 1901 4 WwWwwW(ttmAAA(?)(? 1901 & SDK. MOS. IDB3. WED. THOR. FRt. EAT. y I 6 7 T9 10 11 12 I 1731715 It If 18 1? I 4 20 2 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 3 .... $ 9&$&$&$&tti&&&&$ TOPICS OF THE DAY. Qticon IVIIIk-IiiiIiiii'r (Jn-nt Fortune. The queen of Holland linn nn oiior moiiH fortune, only u part of which bolongH to tlio crown. Sho will Hcttlo 20,000,000 mnrltH ($1,700,000) on her future husband. Tho "Pole" IUiiiiuliiM UntlUtiirhetl. The Iohh of aoo Blilpn within tho ItiHt century in oxpeditioiiH in Keareh of tliu north polo Iiiih neither dis couraged tho exploreni nor inudo'nny serious inrondH upon tho pole. Fighting Nirciul of CoiiAiitnptloti. Deaths from coiiHuiuptiou in Phil adelphia arc a third less than they were 17 yearn ago, and tho health au thor! (Ich say tho improvement in duo to their continuouH battle against the dl'KOIHO. Absolute lt(Nt for Thrrn I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 January 1901

C3 , t ' M NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. 8ANDKKS Vubtlsher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE MOOR LOCH. Among tlio lonely litlls It Ilea, Deep, dark, und still: And mirrors back tho clinngcful skies, Tho Bun, moon, stnro. tho blid that flies, The broad", brown-shouldered hill. Tho world's wido voice Is silent here: Tho erica of men, Tho Bob, tho laugh, tho hope, tho fear, Tho things which make earth sad and deur, Llo ull beneath Its It en. .And only ho who conies from far, Seeking tho deep 'Communion sweet with nun nnd stnr, Knows of tho calm and Joy that nro In its vast stlrletjs Bleep. For hero tho eternal soul holds npcoch, Yet makes no sound: "With naught but cloudB which ono might reach, Tho black flood, tho untrodden beach, And hearkening space, around. 'Time and tho things of Tlmo are not; Tho path wo trod .Ends with tho world's end here, nnd thought Can neither oeo nor dream of aught Save man's own heart and God. Robert Bain, In Chambers' Journal. W',-s',,,,','' The World Against Sim By ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 January 1901

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ft. W. HAN DICKS I'Oblltbsr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. g A "Happy" New Year 5 Uy Mm. CImticH C. Marble a2SXi3e IN n, comfortless collage on a bn Btrcet of u country towii Jolin back ny Wullaoo and Ills llttlo sister May lived with their parents, one of whom lll-dcficrved the name. While yet Ut ile more than u toddling babe, John ny 'had learned what the uncertain footsteps of his father often meant, mid lnfitnntly his gay laughter conned, and hurriedly would he put away the poor remnant of toys which Saudi CIiiub had dropped tho year before whilo on his way to more favored lioiiHuholdH. At leiiKt that was the way the little fellow accounted for the broken toys, which, between you and me, some thoughtful neighbor had PMit in to the worse than fa therly . little Johnny. Afterward, when a wee llttlo sister came to share IiIh wanlK and pleasures, he guarded her iiIko from his father's tcmpoBts of anger an well as IiIh frail little body would ndmit. The day before the Chr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 January 1901

1 V K 'i H ;&. T- 7fe Important Dates of the Nineteenth Century in Foreign Countries Complied by WR.IGHT A. PATTERSON. Copyrlulit, 1WXJ. A. N. Kelloffrt KewtCT Co, Jnn. .1801. Jan. 1 -Legislative union cstubllbhed be tween Great Britain and Ireland. I'M). 9 Trout y of pence between franco and Austria. March 21 French nrmy in Egypt llnully de feated by English. Match 21 Emperor Paul at Russia assas sinated. 1S02. March 27 Treaty of peace sinned nt Amiens between France find England. Aug. 2 Napoleon elected llrst consul of France. First electric light with carbon points pro duced in England. JSHtt. May 13 England declared war against France. Auk. 9 Robert Fulton started his first steamboat on tho Klver Seine In France, it was only partially successful. 1801. Aug. 11 Francis II., emperor of Germany, abdicated to become emperor of Austria. 8cpt. 1 Planet Juno discovered by M. Hard ing. It Is 254,000.000 miles from the earth. Dec. 2 Napoleon crowned emperor of France. 1805. May 2fi N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 January 1901

aON WARDS IN HOSPITALS. dier Are Very Iinrnulr Innlriiinrnlnl ' 1' '.CnrliiK .Mnny I'ritlent of Dlnrnfil'. The theory Hint miiilighl exerts a powerfully healing influence upon (lis ciiho processes has now become ro well eid.ttb.llid.ied Hint the Kitnroom i re garded as n necessity In a well-np-rIuM hospital. In Hip plans of new Jioiipitals that nuplrc to be up to date tho wjlarlum flntls a prominent place, oud to hedp up with the. advances of medical defence mnuy of Hie old hos pitals ar6 attaching solaria to their liulldingH, nays the Trained Nurse. The sun ward Is easily btilil. It thiud. bo, of course, on the south side of the building, having H eastern, Miuthern and wcsleni walls largely conniruotcd of glass. A good plan Is o bufjil a. large bay window, with mdal frame work, and, if the hos .jl,:it building la to bo three or four AN OBSERVATION CAR. Tle Oprn-Tup CkllllUII The IVcireat Thins: In Itnlltrny Car Architec ture 1 Origin. Tho very nowost thlmr In railway car nrcliltucl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 January 1901

A MEDIGALJXAMINER Of the U. S. Treasury Recommends Peruna. Ur. LlewL'uyii Jordan. Dr. Llewellyn Jordan, Medical Examiner of U. S. Treasury Department, graduate of Columbia College, nnd who served three years at West l'oint, has the following to ay of Peruna: " Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived from your wonderful remedy. One short month has brought forth a vast change and I now consider myself a well man after months of suffering. Fellow sufferers, Peruna will cure you." Catarrh i a systemic disease curable only by systematic treatment. A reineiv that cures catarrh must aim directly at the depressed nerve centers. This is what Peruna does. Peruna immediately, invigor ates the nerve-centers which give vitality to the mucous membranes. Then catarrh dis appears. Then catarrh is permanently cured. Peruna cures catarrh wherever located. Peruna is not a guess nor an experiment it is an absolute scientific certainty. Peruna has no substitutes no rivals. Insist...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 January 1901

.. . ,, , .iaumA114 TTImir jrwjtB-i.iag; u..irl. Wlwwwiw Aii'7Z-tm.i.'fn,'f7vil) n..i f i I 7Tm rim. lnTTJ T1 1" l";'"xSJlS'T' la inns wvin All ii fiiix. MM Couali Sxrnn. f mvm Good. Cm h m urn, noli ot arncfiiu. (Dr. ( W. Keeling, Nomnlm, Nebraska. - Offioo iu Koolliiff building, hooouiI door Joorth of AyncH' hardware Htoro. PETER KEllKEll, Moulerln MEATS Highest, niorkel prico paid for Ilidon, Lurd, Tullow. oto, R. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work Kimrnntootl to lve nitlHmolIon Wost of Oourt IIoueo Square,So-Auburn,N8b THOS.AV. HI ATT, Proprietor of tho Xaivery&Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connoction with Livory Satisfaotfon guaranteed. ? f 1 3 1 Advertiser W. VV. Sanokks, publBhor FltlDAY, JANOAIIY 4, 1001. P.ll....l... I ,n John White's little baby Ib very sick with glandular fevor, Dr. V. M. Ileal, of Auburn, whs In Nemaha Thursday to hco hoiiio patients Dul and Georg Swopo started for. Oregon Thursday. They will sand for their fomllies Inter. Mian FInz...

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