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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 May 1901

Cry Okdhrertiser Supplement ,'X UwAvnriTrillO l,n)Q a J It rained and the next night it rained ly t Wjf HgHlU. Mrs. Alice A. Minick visited Peru Tuesday: ' Maud Slack was Bhopplng in Nema ha Saturday. ' What's the matter of enforcing the Sunday closing law? Willie Kauffrrfan epent Sunday in Peru with his brother, John . Eph Loyd bought a new buggy f rem the Vande venters Tuesday. Miss Kelso, of Iown, is making her brother John and family n visit. Willie and Jennie Christie went to Johnson Wednesday to Bpend the sum mer, The home team fwns- defeated in a match game of ball at Peru inemorlul day. ' -Mrs. Robertson and children are visiting Mrs. Robertson's parents at at Peru thhi week., Quite a number ef our colored popu lation went up to Nebraska City to make their future hems. There are gold bricks and Auditor, ium bricks and. the Brewnvillians are sellitrg strawberry bricks P. O. Fritz dined on new potatoes the 80th and A. Vandevmter the 31st, being the first of the reason. , ' Dr....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 May 1901

wu relieved by death at ao early hour Tuesday night. Her three sons - were with her at tho critical hour nnd have the sympathy of the entire town in their great affliction. ' Mrs. J. M.Kilpatrlc, who Iiob been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melt 7-, returned to her home in Beat rice Saturday. She Hua accompanied by her mother, who will visit her in her home for a short time. Attorneys Cornell and Fernetiu, of Auburn, were opposing counsel in 'Squire Jones' court Tuesday in the case of Hughs vs. McLaughlin which whs decided for the,plalntiff We under itand the case will be appealed. Hon. T. J . Majors made an eloquent address to a crowded houaa memorial day and among other things said "Men morial day is the old soldiers' Sabbath" but lest a golden opportunity wheu he failed to impress upon their minds that too many of them only have on Sabs bath in the year. The west part of town was thrown into a fever of excitement Monday by Jhe report'tbat Maudie Horner wus lost. She had left ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1901

(It UL V fttaefttee ,. "". V ) l; i i-i. K VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1901. NUMBER 61 if. i Ifelfitfta 4 V ',' ) ". i jr.; ; I i v k It, m H H 1 ii te fc, LI IM f Local !N"ews Call on ua for job work. Warm weather. Soo Hill & Keeling for fire insurance Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1210 Kst., Lincoln, Neb. The O'Brien wagon sold and guaran teed by Chambers & Illntt. Fino lino of hu dusters and fly notB just received at Halt's harness shop. Dr. Harlan, oesteoimtb, graduate of A.T. Still school, Ollico in Auburn Consultation free. 0-7 Erank Flack's two little children aro very bIcIc. 11. M. Glllan, of Aubutn, waa a pleasant caller Tuesday. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. ' W. H. Hay, cashier of the FlrBt Na tional bank of Auburn, was a Nemaha visitor Thursday. Judge Stull drove in from Auburn Monday to see aboijt some repairs he id having made on the hoiiBO ho owns hure. I ROR YOUR I IfOURTH OF JULY HATS I Go to MRS. SEDORAS, at NE7VVH....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1901

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. Y. HANDI'.U.S, t'tllitlnlior. NEMAHA, - - - KI.UKASKA. s42S4H4 1901 JUNE. 1901 4 t&ty&fr$-i-l-i--iii, TOPICS OF THE DAY. I'lt'lit)' of Opllinlnin. Tho liml. words of u negro lynched in Olcliilioiim Ktiluriliiy night for tho murder of u deputy sheriff were, "I am going homo to glory I" There 1h nothing lilio having plenty of opti iiiIhiu. Tlio "Ucfi(ftlliK" Hln. Mrs. Mnry A. Llvermono speaks of drunkenness iih the besetting sin of tills country. Tin Denver Post moves to iimend by mibHlitiitlng "''csottcd" for benottcd. Tho amendment 1h no coptcd. IIMViiril (JoiiIiI'h ftront lloimr. Howard Gould IntendH to build nt Bands Point, L. I., on a bin IT overlook ing Long Inland Hound tbe largest country house In Amerlen. It 1h to bo modeled ufler Kilkenny castle, in Ireland. Illble llO KIllptllON. More than 100,000 HlhlcH huvu been iliHli United in the IMiUtppIncu during tlio past two years. Thc.o uceniH to lo no legal objection to circulating I hose along ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1901

: 14 fl . i.'.! . 'l A M f MOB WAS FOILED. The Nerve of a Georgia Sheriff Prevents a Lynching. Negro Nnmoil Williams Who Murdered a Hoy Was ltutlly Wanted by Angry Cit izens, Hut Wore Compelled to Jlelrcut from tho .Jull. Carroll ton, On., June 8. The ncrvo of n Georgia sheriff, whoso nnme la Joseph Merrill, yesterday upheld the law of the state and saved the life o a negro from a mob. n protecting the negro, who was saved from tho .gallows only a few hours before through the efforts of his lawyers, one life was lost and two men were wounded. The arrival of the state militia averted threatened trouble Inst night and at nine o'clock a spo cial train, bearing the negro, whose crime was the murder of a little white boy whom he found fishing alone, was speeding towards Atlanta, under guard. The man killed in attacking the jail was George Bennett, of Car rollton, and the wounded men arc Thomas S. Word, father of the mur dered boy, and an unknown man, pre sumably n farmer. Williams, the n...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1901

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. fJANDKKH, I'litdwihrr. NEMAHA, - - - NKBKASKA. SUCCESS. At tlio foot of the Hill of Endeavor, O Younjt One, look upward and -o The rhino of the prlsso Thnt dazzled .vour eyes "VVUJi the (fleam or Out nlory to he. Vnr tip In the cIoucIb llko u brmcon, Its liiHter IIUunlticB the world; And you start on your way At the dawn of the day With thu Hair of your purpouc unfurled. Youth, llopo and Ambition attend you, And tho line of your march Ih bustruwn With Miq roues that brlntf You tho iruKrnnco or fiprlw;, Whllo tho fullncHH of earth seems your own, Hp tho Btoepw of tho Hilt of Endeavor You battlo and toll and keep on Kor thu KlItterlnK prlzo That dazzles your eyes At evo as It did at the dawn. Its brilliance In always before you To lighten tho arduous way That leads to iuccph, Through strtiCKlo and Ftress, And crown you with laurel and bay. At the top of tho Hill of Endeavor, O Old One, look downward and call To tho bravo and tho trtio Who are following ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1901

ptWHI UiUMUIMB i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER jin i i - - IV. IV. RAHUKHH, rulilWinr. NEMAHA, " - NEBRASKA. SUCCESS. At Hip foot of the Hilt ot Endeavor, O Voun; One, look upwind and neo The thine of tho irI.o That OnKzlrx your eyes , "With the Klenni of th alary to he. Vnr up In the clouds Ilko n bcncoii, Its liiftter llliiinltioB tho world; And you Htart on your way At tho dawn of tho day "With tho Hat' of your purpouc unfurled. Youth, Hope nnd Ambition nttpml you, And tho lino of your march Is bestrewn With the. roues that brlnjr You tho iniKrauco of r'tprlnR, While- tho fullncHM of earth seems your own. Vp tho sloops of the I f 111 of Endeavor You battle nnd toll and kocp on For tho tflltterhiK prize Tlmt cIuzzIob your eyes At evo as It did at the dawn. Its brilliance Is always before yoti To lighten tho arduous way That leads to success, Through striiBKlo nnd stress, And crown you with laurel and bay. At tho top of tho Hill of Endeavor, O Old Ono, look downward and call To tho bravo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1901

i f ' t ? n IT &' ir -J SK- WW j- "f 'if v7 -, & ,T- f, MENACE TO SOCIETY. John Alexander Dowic, King of Re ligious Confidence Men. RhIch lll.t Follow or with Iron llnntl, I'dvlcotN the IjIoii'm Shnre fit Their HnrtilnuN and AhtiMca All the World. Special Chicago Letter. TIII2 religious confidence game is u money-maker par excellence. From time immemorial there have arisen so-called prophets and sons of prophets. Every nation and every sect have paid tribute or given follow ers to one or more impostors who posed iih God-sent apostles and preached recognition and social re form by simply "Stamping God's name upon a Ho Just made, To turn a penny In the way of trade." The religious confidence man is n cosmopolitan sort of chap; and that is why the United States, with Its mixed and somewhat nomadic popula tion, hns been his favorite field of operation. And of the cities in the United States, Chicago has been his Mecca. The oily Schweinfurth established his headquarters in the mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1901

Ml fc W I 1. ip A ff &V h '0 w avtart. ,," 'i MENACE TO SOCIETY. John Alexander Dowie, King of Re ligious Confidence Men. Riilcn His Follower M'Kh Iron Ilnnd, 1'ookctM the LIoii'm Khtire of Their Kttruliius and AIiunci All the World. Special Chlcaso Letter. THE religious confidence game is u money-maker par excellence. From time immemorial there have arisen so-called prophets and sons of prophets. Every nation and every sect have paid tribute or given follow ers to one or more impostors who posed as Clod-sent apostles and preached recognition and social re form by simply "Stamping God's name upon a He just made, To turn a penny in the way of trade." The religious confidence man is a cosmopolitan sort of chap; and that is why the United States, with its mixed and somewhat nomadic popula tion, has been his favorite field of operation. And of the cities in the United States, Chicago has been his Mecca. The oily Schweinfurth established his headquarters in the modern Baby lon at the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1901

A GLORIOUS SIGHT. T JCOOOOOOOOQOCXDOOOOOOOOOCXXXXX) Changes In Revenue Law The Reduced War Taxes an They Go Into Effect July I ' Itcfriiinltur with .Inly 1 certain chniicH In the war revenue hill will go Into effect. Tho original inrtiHtire, it will he rememhered, wns enacted hy confjreBH .liino 13, 1808, jiiHt lifter the hrcnhlnK f U SnanlHh-Ainerl-enn wnr. .lunt. prior to adjournment the IiihI eongreHs iniitlo certain nnicnd mentH to this net. Perhaps the clntngcji that will he most noticed by tho general ptihlle will he the removal of the tax on hank uheclcH and drafts, night draflH, money onlern, leu huh, mortgaged or eonvoyanecH in trust, promissory notes and telegraph messages. Tho tax on hankers of 550 for $25,000 and $2 for each additional $1,000 Is to hu retained. So also Is tho lax on stock hrokers of sffil), on pawnhrokers of $20, on commercial brokora of $20 and on custom house hrokers oi $10. I'roprioiors of theaters and like places of amusement and proprietors of circu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1901

V f-1 .1 I if UUUiliiUiiUUUUAliiUliUUilAilillUUUllliUUllUliUiillliUUUUUUUiiUUUllUllUUll 1 THE BEST HEWS OE NEBRASKA, f 3niTnTFnnnnTTTTTTnTTT7nnnnTTnnnTTnnnnnnTTnnnnnnnTTTTnnnnTTTTnnnnmTiB Thinks It a Minim. Protests liuvo been mmlo to Gov. Savage against the slmm bull light which is to take place at the South Omaha street fair this fall. The gov ernor is an old resident of South Omaha and was the first mayor of that eity. He is inclined to wait for further information in regard to the tmectucle before he listens to pro tests. As the spectacle Is represented to him, it is all a shnm, with no show of cruelty. The bull is supposed to be made angry by the antics of men with wooden swords who dart through gates and escape at the proper time. The governor says he will stop any public display which is brutal, but lie does not believe the people of South Omaha contemplate any lawlessness. Adjutant GiMiornl' IUior A semi-nnnuttl report of the adju tant general conveys the information that of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 June 1901

' TTTnu TT BiAS. mm9J.'iqmfJtQlummniamumt ypiiyqgf imi ii t i m j, 1111M m 1 TiflimlntfuEnArtrr BK Coaah jnap. TMIm Good. Cm In tin. Bold hr drrursttu. r. d0. TP". Keeling, Nemaha, Nebraska. Of fico in Keeling building, hocoikI door ortli of AyneH1 linrdwnro storo. PETER KEltKElt, Donlor in :mi:e.aT3 HighcHt market prico paid for IlidcH, Lard, Tallow, otc, The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. Sanders, publsher FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1001. If you need a now wagon call on Chambers & Hlatt. Thoy have just recoivod a car load. A flno line of hammocks and croquet eota just received by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. .A.. X.. BTIERB, M . 3D. NEMAHA, NEDIl, Tondors his professional servicos to -the citizons of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answorod. Dr. Gaithor's office. 6 7 I R. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work Rtmrnntood to give naHnfaotlon West of Court Houso Squaro,So-Aubum,Nob JOHN A. HIATT, Dealor In and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA Next Sunday, June 10th, is the regu l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1901

J J, 1 r effiie VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 15)01. XUMBFit 2 msanRsanonii Hriiftjfet lib A 1 j - Xjocal News Very warm.' We need ruin. Nemaha will celebrate. Call on us for job work. Seo Hill & Keeling for Ore Insurance We had a light rain, Wednesday morning. Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1210 Kst., Lincoln, Neb. The O'Brien wagon Bold and guaran teed by Chambers & Hiatt. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. County Commissioner Stevenson was a Nemaha visitor Thursday. The editor has been attending dis trict court in the capacity of juror. Pine line of hvo dusters and ily nets just received at Hiatt's harness nhop. 1 Mrs. Alice A Miniuk, of Brown vllle, was a Nemaha visitor Wednes day. Peter Kerker's baby boy has been very sick for several days but is some better. Have your watches and .clocks re paired by a competent jeweler at Battles'. The Advertiser and the St. Louis Globe Democrat both one year for only 81.00. Auburn has decided to cele...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1901

It THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. NANUKltS, 1'ulillnlifir. NEMAHA, - - - NEI1UASKA. CURRENT COMMENT. Tn Savnnnu, 111., Ilio city attorney's Htilnry wits reduced to u figure where no lawyer would nccopt it and James Ryan, a saloonkeeper, wiih elected to tho plnco. lie 1h probably tlie only Buloonlst wlio practices at two bars at once. Tho pimtor of a negro church put up thin petition recently: "Luwd, cf you thinks wo he, had rain enough, please toll do rain ter quit rainln'; but ef you don't think wo's had enough, pleiiHe forgive uh fer looklii' gruni and growlln'." Mnnlla's military prisons are fust emptying. Every day or ho dun. Mac Arthur hands tho onth and a Hwlft kick to a thousand a wed-off patriots. Wo may arrest them later on for get ting drunk, but at present they are free and Independent. Another of Georgo Washington's nnrvuntH has died In Georgia, lty and by thero will not be any of that in tercHtlng collection of attendantB left and then wo will hove to gather up the peopl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1901

I J 'll '1.1 iil .1.1 4,- I K 'UUlUliiUUaiiUilUlJUUIiUUUllUUUUUUUUUUUliilllliUllUUUUUUUUilUUllUllI! r 1 THE BEST NEWS a? mTTTT7nTTTTnTTTTnnnnnnnTTTTnm7nnnTTTTnnTf nnnnnTrnnTTiTTmnnTmnTTTTTTn k Wuitltliy Farmer "flolil-Ilrlcked." i Wlin 1 TJ.Ih Glrlf Michael Hess, one of Adams county's One member of the freshman class wealthiest farmers, was buncoed out of of the University of Nebraska, a girl, .$2,500 by three swindlers. Two Strang- bright, attractive and n good. student, era called at his farm and made a deal was not present at the college com for a quarter section of land. Later mencement. In-disgrace she was tuk they were joined by a man who en by her father from the university claimed to be from Texas, who told to her home near Columbus, dismissed how he hud been buncoed out of $5,- from the school nfter being convicted 000 by a gnme called montc. He pro- of theft from her fellow students. dueed u deck of cards nnd began to Physicians gave it as their opinion illustrate, at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1901

'., .i i i" (( hP- m J ft kV. fc'l R ' l THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V. HAN1M5US, I'ulilHlior. NJ3MA1IA, - - - NKUHASKA. OUT OF DATE. When the nun every mornliiB IooJjh down on tlio earth, TIo Ih Htnlllng, iih much (is to pay: "If ycHtotdny failed you In comfort and mirth, You can start In hrand-now with today, For tho nlKhtn, Hko thick atirtalnr l'vo huriK to exclude Tho past from tho weary and weak; Ho prythee, ho dnlntf, nor lltuter to brood O'er tho troubles that hnppencd hist week. "There arc pages of pathoH and pages of cheer, To bo read In each Htory of life. Wo'll eloBo tho old chapters and still per sevcro Through love, or good fortune, or strife. Though present ovoiits may provoko our dismay, A solaco 'tis easy to neck: Iot tho lion drift away, you will soon llnd that they Aro but troubles that happened last v week." -Washington Htar. SGXX52?X?X5ra?)( 'S .. . . - rQ OUR BALCONY BOARDER. I WHKN wc nlovcd out to Spring Creek wu were, to tiny the least, Imnl up. For yearn we h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1901

HL imiuBiinmium i fr Vf PHAYED TO ANIMALS. AncientEgyptians Worshiped Cowg, Bulls and Cats. They Alo Vcncrntod ScrpcntM find Other It oil t Urn U I Iter Nation of Antiiiutt' Imitated Their n.xiuui'le. Special Chlcnso Letter. WEBSTEB says thnt religion is "any system of faith niul wor ship." This is generally ac knowledged to be an age of religions but it would be too mueh to ask that a largo proportion of tiie devo tees of the various cults in vogue should have faith or belief in all the tenets of the sect to which they ardently attach themselves to-day, only to seek another to-morrow. There are only a few well-known animals that have not in some time or place figured in religious ceremo nies. The Egyptians worshiped cats, pied bulls, crocodiles, apes, serpents, and numbcricss other creatures. In fiict, domestic cats arc supposed to have originated in or near Egypt, for from the earliest times temples were erected in their honor and devotions offered to them. The family in whose hou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1901

M L ADOPTS AMENDMENT. Cuban Constitutional Convention Votes to Accept Congress' Terms. Voto filooil 1(1 to II unit It Win Tutcmi WlUlOIlt DUoIMkIoII -IJnllod NtlllCA .Mil Kiioiuit Hid IhIiiihI HiiiiioTlnio Till') Niiiiimnr. Havana, J unu 13. The Cuban con Htltntionol convention accepted tlio 1'lott luiioiiriinont by u vote of 10 to 11. The resolution to accent was carried without iIIhcuhsIoii. WiiMilliU'lnn Olllrliiln I'lcii-od. WtiHliinjrloii, Juno 13. The newn of the adoption of 1 lie Plott amendment by tlio Cubnn coiiKlltiition conven tion ycHtenlny wiih received with gen uine gratification here. The adminlH tratlon nlllclitlB nil along havo felt confident that itn ratification would be accomplished when Ihe Cubans realised that thlH government was ilrm in Itn attitude regnrdlng tho junendment and that Itn acccptnucu would be necessary before this United StntcH would council t to withdraw lis Hupervlwlon from the IhIiiihI. Now that the Cubantt havo demonstrated fholr good faith i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1901

f 'J lJ )-. i j ; &. K7 ' SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. The French nnmtal prothict'on of tilioes is estimated at $100,000,000 worth. Mnitlaml, If. S., was a wooden ship building cpntcr many yenrs ago, and it is said Unit the industry is to be revived again. By exposing1 a metal plate to the violet rays of the spectrum II. 2sau don has obtained X-rays from sun light, without electricity. Thcro are in the state of Wash ington, as nearly as can be estimated, 117,000,000,000 feet of standing tim ber, and, approximately, (5,000,000 acres of Irrigable lands. In 1850 Great Britain produced 2,250,000 tons of iron out of a total world's product of 4.-120.000. To-day her share is only 8,C00,()00 out of a world's product of 42,200,000. The sun's surface is known to be sub ject to grently increased disturbances every 11 yeurs, known as the sunspot period. Auroral displays and disturb ances of the earth's magnetism have n similar period. Russia produces 210,000,000 pounds of wool a year, the record ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 June 1901

, 'w i p 9 t 0T"4f "mwlli CSS pmJA.C 5jiajS .i ,' ,T " " '"T V'ry f TM.'V0'1? 751 ffiy flWfyjiBl IimC r Mi w'w WtM Qr. &. W. Keeling, Nciimhn, Nobrnska. Officio in Keeling hhilding, nccoml door orth of Ayjiow hardware utorc. PETER KERKEll, Dealer In MEATS JligliOHl market prico paid for HidoB, Lard, Tullow. oto, .A.. X.. STIBRS, JVT. 3D. NEMAHA, NEHIl, Tenders his professional services to tho citizens of Nomaha and vicinity. All calls answored. Dr. Gaithcr's offico. ' 671 R. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work Kimrnutcod to k'vo witlHfactlon West of Oourt Houbo Snuare.8o'Auburn,Nob JOHN A. HIATT, Dealor In HARNESS and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEJiltASKA J. H. SEID, llrectlor of Thoroughbred Poland China -EdLC3C3"S Farm ono and one-half milos Booth west o( Nomaha. HOS. VV. HIATT, I'roprlctor of Ibu Livery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBB. Qcod Dray in connection with Livory Satisfaction guarantood. Republican Jr., 29348 Standard and restored. Sired hy Republican, 2:lfti; dam...

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