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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 June 1896

f fl THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IV. W. BANDKItS, l'ubllihor. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. I MISERY IN A DRESS SUIT. VroU-hed Coiiilltliin of Uawky Young -Miin In Hlrod Garnu-nti. He was gawky, windy and long necked: he was bow-leirced nnd limber- jointed; in abort, be wis a mini whom nature never Intended for dress parade, :and be knew it. Only one person be sides bis wife ever said be was band some, and Hint was a spinster who had Jind home poems accepted by magazines, jind her opinion was hardly worth the .atmosphere used in expressing it. And .yet, when our friend's lodge was to have 41 reception, banquet and ball his wife urged him to wear a dress suit. Hi a moment of groundless vanity he as sented and rented a full evening dress outfit. Then his trouble began. When he tried on the suit nt the clothing store the coat lapels flnrcd Jind wrinkled the shoulders. Accord ingly, the accommodating salesman pinned the lower corner of the coat front to the bottom of the vest. Tin lat ter garment had a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 June 1896

I I 1 ' ( j !' m 'I "' :S -i T ii S M ! 1 F I I ill r i . PRELIMINARY WORK. Tho Republican National Gonvon tlon in SosBlon. Two First Day Devoted to Orgnnl7itlon Fairbanks Muilo Temporary riml Tliiirs- ton l'arnmurnt Clinlniimi Doln uaro and Tnxit CoutaiU. (nllcd to Order. St. Louih, Juno 17. Tlio republican national convention wan called to order at 12:20 yesterday by Chairman Carter, of tho national committee, who nfter prayer by Rev. Habl Sale, Intro duced Hon. C. W. Fairbanks, of In diana, as temporary chairman. Upon being introduced Mr. Fairbanks spoko at some length. Ah Mr. Fairbanks camo forward tho convention heartily applauded him. Ho delivered a rather longthy address, which was liberally applauded throughout Tho temporary ofilcers woro solcctod, tho usual committees appointed and tho convention adjourned until 10 o'clock Wednesday morning'. Anntlmr llrlnf Mansion. St. Louis, Juno 18. Tito republican convention re-assembled at ten o'clock yesterday morning and after tho in...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 June 1896

NEBRASKA STATE NEWS. Piuvatb Xi:i.ms, of tho Ninth cav alry, was recently drowned near Fort Kobinson. Pahmkks 8oulh of surprise nro com phiiniufr of tho ravages of tho army worms in rye. J am ks Hunt, an Otoo county farmer who had been uonilncil in tho asylum for the insane at Lincoln and recently discharged as. cured, has become yIo lent again, threatening tho lives of his neighbors and frightening his family. At" tho lato term of tho district court for Clay county Judge Hastings uppointed tho following persons as commissioners of insanity: Dr. A. J. Jcuison, and William M. Clark, who, with George A. Allen, clerk of tho court, will compose tho board. As organization has been incorpor ated of citizens of Lincoln, tho object of the association being to rescue per sons from lives of ovil; to adopt and se cure homes for children, abandoned by the parents, and children living with evil persons, and for prcvontion of crime. Tin: Indians on the Winnebago res ervation arc said to be taking...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 June 1896

& ii 1 3 ro i ''! ? 4 I I't ll l;'i ft I! m in ,yi !. m i ii TUB CUSTEK MASSACJIE. JMomcrioB cf tho Torriblo Ijlttlo Biff Horn Battle. B.'crxouiillty of Win llullunt Cominimdor Who I. oil tlHi .Sovimth Cuvnlry AKiilimt HUIIiik Hull mid ill Criiitl Hloui. tSpoolnl Detroit (Mich.) I.ottor. Twenty years will have elapsed on the 25th of .Juno, 1600, Hincu the battle of tho Little Hlg Jlorn was ho disastrously fought by Gen. George A. Custer and tlio gallant Seventh eavalry, not onu of whom escaped to tell the tale of heroism and vonturosonio daring, sacrificed to barbarians. Ah one man often mnkos an epoch In -the world's history, so one iiihii over shadows In the annals of history all others engaged in that brief and des perate eonltiet where every man wns a hero. The personality of Custer made of him a distinguished figure in one of tho most sanguinary and picturesque engagements the world ever knew. That he only was nnmarred by scalping Jcnife or tomahawk shows how much Jie was r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 June 1896

NEW YORK'S WHITE HOUSE. Intended ns tlio Homo of tlio Union's l'real lrnt. The city of New York onco had a "white house" of its own. That was when President Washington was the bright particular star of the fashiona ble and exclusive set of Cherry Hill. At that time it was supposed, in Now York at least, that the capitol of the nation would always bo Micro. Tho city, with some aid from the state, built an executive mansion which was both pretentious and handsome It was a brick structure with a colonnado of great marble pillars standing on u knoll on Howling Green. It had n largo state apartment which was fitted up in tlio manner of a throne room, with a raised dais and chair of state for tho president to hold his formal re ceptions in. In many other ways the appointments of the stately mansion resembled it palace of tho othor conti nent. Tho mansion was finished in 1700, but never occupied by Washington, tho scut of government being moved at that timo to this city. Then tho execu tiv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 June 1896

UlHJIMllWli.il U! LlJUJmUJU'JUlIM- .L. WIUHUIX fc L. LWJ P 1 A 1 si W m. M1 gwltitajp iq pton emu ui g oa poon fl)tnx -an.ua i tua uHiiof) lsotl 'SlIVJ JS1J H VJU3HM siuno T)R. W. W. KEELING, jNkma.ua. Oity:, Nkhkaka. OflDco first door south of Park hotel. W.W.SAJTOERS, Notary :-: Public Nemaha City, Nob. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In IIlKliost priced, pald;for hides, Iard,Ullow game, elo NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. IfMiMRBEMUP H. A. Thompson, Pro. Shavlnir, Uslr DrCNfllnK, ShampoonlnCi Itazor Uonelng, Special attention pnld to Ladles and Children. Agtixtfor Ncbraika CUy Httam Laundry, J, L. Melvln, M.D., Ph. G. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON SPECIALTIES: Diseases of the Hkln, T)ln eases of Women and Children Will promptly answer nil calls, olthor day or night Ofllco at Koynoto Drug Store Nemaha, - - Nebraska ClIUIaSOHLAUGKH Representing Cooper the rustling Liveryman OF NEMAIIA, Leave your order for a team, hack or dray, and Wedotiik Rest. Our Hafck moeti all trains B.BellAndrews.M.D.Ph.D, Surge...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 July 1896

7 t ( - U -1 i i tmix,iu-i.tmj.ijijiliiiUii.mjjiJjijwjumAljjnimiiMilmiMi-v.Hj'i-jjlu. iaJOJuxuujiiajwjuutMiwiMxiiMaa.uuuiJuiwMiiiiiwuj..i..jKiiui!.ruijii.i,uLj....l.,r, ebmskd Mdvertiser: 41r tfir hngcH i ex- Vn., NUMBER 3 VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBliASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1896. P r3 K '. , MIRIK WHIHE AIL ELSE F A LS. Beat CourIi Syrup. Tastes Good. Ceo in time som dt aruRRintn. T)R. W. W. KEELING, NKHAIIA ClTY, NeHRAKA. Ofllce first door south of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nemaha City, Neb. Jfliss Ultima Crim, Tonohor of Instrumental : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. My system Ih tho Intent, whoroby tho bout of results arc guaranteed. I respectfully nsk for n shnro of your patronage. 1 3-tf Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In Highest prices pald;for hides, lard,"tnilow gamo, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. HEM&H&xBiRBERzSHQP H, A. Thompson, Pro. . Shaving, Ilulr Dressing. Slinnipoonlne. lUzor Uonclng, Special attention paid to Ladles nnd Children. Agent for Nebraska City Stea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 July 1896

.NEBRASKA ADVERTISER f. W. 8ANI)i:itS, I'uullihcr. A, - - NEIJIIASKA. mE OLD GRINDSTONE. Kind tho old HiIiik'b broken, mil ItH bench In torn (mint; 7icn I wiih but n sapling Of a boy. It brolto my heart. There It Hch, dismantled, ruined, And 'tin Joy to koo It prone, That lnntruinent of torture, Tho old grindstone. 1 stand upon lt segments Nearly burled whorw they lie And memory of th:it iiiigiilnh Wrings a tear Into my e. e. I am Kind tho days of sorrow, That It brought to mo, linvo Mown, And I can Htand and Htamp upon Tho old KtliKlfctonc. Bo many dnyH In summer, When tho IIhIi were biting Jlno, I've yearned to tantullzc them With my brand-new hook and lino, Hut liad to wort the handle Until wearied to the bone, And turn, till I wan dizzy, Tho old gilndHtono. At noontime, In the lmylnp, When tho dark and grassy shado "Wiis cooling and InvltlriK, I have felt, my color fudo When father, or big brother, Would call, In gruffest tone: "Como here, you Hcnmp, and turn awhllo Tho old grln...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 July 1896

'I k u NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. VT. SANDKK3, Publisher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. CHILDREN'S BIRTHDAYS. Jl'rotly CiiHtonia 'Xhnt Hrlng Joy to tho I.lttlo Ones. Grown people do not ulwnys appre ciate what an event a birthday is In a hild's life. Next to ClirlHtmas It Is the red letter day of the year. A whole year nearer man's or woman'; cstnte ineuiiB a great deal to a child, and fills the boy or girl with an added dignity and sense of importanee. Seveu is so very much older than six! In some households this perfectly natural delight is increased by the hearty sympathy of the parents. Hut -there are other homes in which the all important tiny passes unnoticed save by a careless mention, a mere reminder to the child that he has begun another .year, and this remark may possibly be seasoned with the bitter sauce of a sug gestion to an improvement In conduct. Not long since my heart was moved to pity by tnlkiug to 11 clever little boy, who told me that he waseightycarsold -on that day. "And what ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 July 1896

( R JIpening session. ?.1 nary Work of tho National A.amooratlo Convention. Jh 1 Committee Nominate Bcnntor .it II. Hill for Clinlrmttu, lint hllvir S Men Turn Him Down mid Meet I"' Knmitiir .Inliti V. Ilunlnl. Ciiicaoo, July a Tho democratic national convention mot at noon yes terday, and wnn in session nearly flvo hours. Twonty-Bovon mcrnbors of tho national cotnmittco recommended Sen ator David 11. Hill, of Now York, for temporary chairman. Twcnty-threo members recommended h'onutor John IV. Danlol, of Virginia. 8RNATOU DAXIKI,, TKMf'OIIAKY CHA1U MAN. For temporary secretary Simon P. Shcorin, of Indiana, was chosen and far BOrpoant-at-arms Col. John . Mar tin, of St. Louis. National Committeeman Clayton, of Alabama, cloned tho debato in favor of electing Mr. Daniel. Ho paid a plow lug compliment to Senator Hill. "I was hero four years ngo," said he, "whoa tho nutl-snuppors woro con demning and denouncing him. At that time I was praising him. Ho was my champion. I learned domocracy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 July 1896

v. z n fv V.1 . ? . '4& rBRYAN NOMINATED. ?he Eloquent Young Silvor Cham pion Ohoson Standard Boaror. The nrnntl Cllmrtx Cnme on tho Fifth ltl- lot Nomination Mmlo Unanimous Cotutonnod lllntory of Hln Cnroftr -Gold Moti Will Holt. Chicago. July ll.-At 10:57 yestcrdny Chair man Wlilto, who had recovered tho use of his voice, stopped to tho front of tho stiuto. Itun nliiK bis eyo for a couplo of seconds over tho crowd, ho glanced down nt tho pit and with a blow of tho envoi cnllcd tho doinocnUlo na tional convention to order. With Hhufnlnir feet tho vast uudlenco nroso and listened w hen Kov. Dr. Green, tho chaplain, prayed for righteous ness and peace. Chairman Whlto then announced that tho convention was still on tho call of states for nominations and Mr. Harrlty, of l'cnsylvanla. chairman of tho national committee, mounted his chair and placed In nomination ox-Gov. Itobcrt E. PuttUon. This cvldonco that Penn sylvania would stand by tho platform and par ticipate in tho nominatio...

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

4 u 1 FARM AND GARDEN. DRAINAGE OF ROADS. II U of tliii turnout Importuned to tlio I'roHorvittlmt of llltflivnyH. "With wet or clayey roadways, surface drainage iiloiu is not sufficient. With out underdrnlnnge the crown of such i roadways will dry only by hIow process nf cvii:oratioii, during which time the topping becomes more and more rutted by the passing traffic A Hubdrain in such noil will not prove ellloleiit for more than about 12 feet on each Hide; hence, two Much of longitudinal sub itlraliiH arc needed on those, partH of our country road that past through wet places,' low -lying hindH or clayey soils. They Hhoiild have an average fall of about cue in one hundred; minimum fall, one In one thousand. At abort In tervals, Kay from HO to 100 feet apart, are placed cross drains todlHchnrge the wa ter Into the aide ditehcH. These cross drains receive a greater fall, say up to one in thirty. Gcneinlly two and one half to three-inch pipes are Hiillicicnt. It is advantageous to bed ...

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

A n I!n To Dntn DctcrtlTP. d servieo'has at times henn rcn rtl in cases of riot or mob rule, by uso of water from a hose nlno. lie verv latest and most novel disor- Kjr qucller, however, is tho electric Innrnhllirht. A iniiniifiiftiirnr hi Lan- lashlro. Kntrlfinil. wlinso. mnn have I truck, was determined to lccotl his linill runninc and ho nromntly .secured new hands and set them to work. A the same time he fixed n searchlight on the factory buildings, to prevent the strikers from setting" llro to tno sheds erected for tho new hand. Dur ing tho continuance- of the striko this lipht was used nightly, in conjunction with tho polico established in the works, to scour tho country and to il luminate the part whore pickets were placed. It was fouud so elective that a ltirjro number of temporary police were dispensed with. Argosy. South -Vfrlcmi Diamond. In 1807 the first diamond ever found in South Africa was picked tip by a hunter out of a heap of shining river pebbles. This was near th...

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

i i i - ' 223 'he Nebraska Advertiser W. If. H1J"IHiriH M'wbUnhir, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1800. Local !N"ews. Dr. Androws was one of tho silver orators at Shubert Thursday night. Tho pop stato convention at Hastings declared in furor of. endorsing Bryan nt St. Louis. Tho Duff Grain Co. of Nebraska City has bean buying and shipping grain at Noinaha this week. Dr. I. C. Sutton, of Shubort, gave us a social call Thursday evening. Tho doctor has boon located at Shubert about Bovan months, and is working up u good praciico. boo his card in an other column. S. Gilbert has bought of Mrs. M. Crother tho lot south of tho bank, whore tho harness shop formerly Btood and tho hulf lot on which tho post ofllce building now stands. Tho con oldoratlon was 8200. Tho following shipments were made from tho McCandlcss Siding during tho past wook, by Harry McCandloss: July 113 cars wheat, " 124 " " " 141 " " 153 " " One car of wheat was also shipped from Nemaha. All Burlington, Iowa. was skipped to Hayden Hub...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 July 1896

mamm 1 7m Qwsaam 4KJZXH tursrrn i wtiwm rirjgciu t j it1 vm aan iui i;g.g ygwnreijjiaiMu w p i ruwmitwrra wuii, lum w w.m vufMwm.nw a -iium jjujuuuhb j jl , 'r y it&faH met. 'V VOLUME XL1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1896. NUMBER 4 he jk; Gr " V tf. Li ; i Jr 11 i 'l I j? A CUKES WHtHfc ALL ELSE FAILS. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Uso in uma. bo a nv aruooist. TQtt. VV. W. KEELING, NEMAUA. OlTV, NEBUA.KA. Office first door south of Park hotel. W. W SANDERS, Notary :-. Public Nemaha City, Neb. Jtliss Minima Crim Tenohor of Instrumental : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. My system Is tho latest, whereby the best of rcMiltH nro gunruntcetl. I respectfully nnlc forauhareof your pntronngo. 1 3-tf Kerker & Hoover, Denier lu MEATS Hltiost prices pald.for hides, lard, tatlow game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. MM&HRBERzSIIIJP H, A. Thompson, Pro. Shnvlng, Hair Dressing, Shfimpoonlnc, Jtuzor Jloiielne. Special attention paid to Ladles and Children. Agentor Nebraska City Steam Laundr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 July 1896

3 w '( r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES XV. W. HANOKltS, l'lililUIicr. NEMAHA, - -'- - NEBRASKA. IN THE AFTERGLOW. .A inospfure I pot from my lovo, my lovo. Who Ugh In the churchyard sleeping; A message Bweet, that hid (it my foot, Ah I Htood by licr lono jrnivo weeping. A mlsslvo sweet In a violet blue, Raying: "My love, I am over trtio, 1 Watching ever and waiting for you; In Heaven my vigil keeping." Ah! dcllcnto, beautiful tnexBagc rare, A fond and endearing token; A thought In bloom, to dispel the gloom Of a heart that Ih well-nigh broken. ThniBt from tho cold and mould below, , A moHRugc swoot to let mc know That love In as truo In tho afterglow Ab when first our vowb were Hpoken. Arthur J. lluidlek, In I'eteiHon'B Maga zine. BKJGAKAGES. KAVB Just met & ..s&W 3'"r ilmwe, dipt. .ijuijiin, unit j. miik. her so much; 1 be lieve; we shall be great friends. She lin.s lieeti telling me all about how yoti met, and how you hurl to go out to India for five years when you bad only seen...

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

W '1 o,w. K H -F ., VH u A )lU r K 1 1 k THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDi;ilS, l'ubtliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE BARKER'S LITTLE SPEECH. JIo Had n Moral Show Hut It Was Capa ble of .Making Kiiino Howl. "Goiitli'incn," said tho barker on the jUhhvny nt Coney islnnd, in a confiden tial tone, "we have something here out of tho ordinary run." Ho was a short and wiry individual. Ili.s facial surface was corrugated with xnnny a wrinkle. Ills look was unctuous rather than spiritual, and he was pain fully in earnest. "Come closer," he exclaimed, while the tomtoms in the neighboring tent beat louder. "Every little clap-trap Hhovv on this here island says they'sgot .Fatlma. Hut have they got her? ' Jow, I asts you Is it likely that they would have her? Of course not. But we'vu got her. We've got Fntima, and hero she is." , With that he paraded before the tent on a small platform a fat female with copper-colored skin, who nppeared in a pair of pink tights, transparent shawl .nnd veil of gor...

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

""WOTS! V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKIW, I'uhlUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE, Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTKJ". Skcukta hy Oi.nkv lms intido n de mand on tho Peruvian govern inont for tho prompt piiymcnt of tlio Indemnity demanded by Victor II. McCord for brutal and Inhuman treatment. Tho case has been ponding against tho Pe ruvian government for tho past 11 years. Tins Afro-Amcrlcnn Woman's lenguo of tho United States beean Hb first nn nunl convention at Washington on tho 14th. Tlio convention waB to last threo days. Tiik federal gold rosorvo en tho Mth was 1)3,420,035. Skcuktahy Moiiton, of tho agricul tural department, wants to have u day dovotcd onco a year in the schools to birds, to bo called "Bird day." Ho thinks it might bo combined with "Arbor day." A hkcknt Washington dispatch stat ed that tho relations between tho United Slates and Russia woro some what strained, tho Russian govern ment insisting upon its right to punish any Russian who fal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 July 1896

MMPlfe h I '. x NEBRASKA STATE NEWS. I'opnllnt Stnto Convention. Tiik populist state convention to se lect delegates to St. Louis oonvoued tit Grand Island recently, with 725 dele gates in attendance. W. J. Edgcrton wus mndo permanent chairman. Sen ator Allen mado u strong speech for the indorsement of Bryan for president. There was spirited opposition to his position hut tho vote to indorse llryan carried overwhelmingly, GOD for to 24 against. Senator Allen and Gov. Hol comb were chosen dclegatos-at-largo without opposition. Tito resolutions declared free silver to bo tho para mount issuo in tho campaign and tho time had come for the union of all re form forcos, and tho delegates to St. Louis were instructed to use ull hon orable means to bring about tho in dorsement of Bryan. Mlrnllaticnuft. Josimmi Bakkimi, a leading business man of Omaha since 1850, died recently- The Fremont Stoincrbonner, a Ger man democratic paper, has bolted Bryan's nomination. lir.iiT Baiuckv, aged 21, comm...

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

'WWfi i 'ki KB . MMVUMfir r THE FARMING WORLD. SQUABS FOR MARKET. VI Pj-nlltiililo Industry If J'ruporly imil In tolliKiinlly ComliiL'ti'il. Success ill raising squabs for market depends, first, upon a suitable cote. 'This Hlioultl bo large, airy and provided with plenty of nests. Second, upon tprojMM' care, It. chilling the keeping of the place clean, providing1 suitable food wheat, peas, very little, cinched corn ami Halt, and giving the birds a chance to II, v, cither in i largo wire Inolosure or, better still, at large. And third, upon the stock. There is no better foundation for this than the common )lgeon, those with white plumage be ing preferable because white squabs Hell for rather better prices than col ored. Such birds, crossed with runts or dragoons, the runts being preferable on account of size, will give the best possible stock for squab raising. Doubt less It can be made to p-iy when a good mni'Ket for the squabs can be found. Fioin one pair of old birds about sl or s...

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