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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 November 1896

tuwiMJ&TiVwniri,Mmca,nms?:ruTttmvfrtijMrttvmrMiruiiurtiuuM'tvinjm nKrrrummrwmMajMi.MMaMUTrarKHjmi)iiTf.jr-jvMUtiinmMXnivi Ihe Nebraska Advertiser l.l W..VA'ttV, rubllrlur. S ww unaaitii'TioN.. $1.50 11511 YICAIt FIUDAY, NOVISMHI211 13, 18!)(J THE K10HT IN NEHUaSKA. Htulo Joiirnul, Aov. lllli. lloluriiH aro Hiillljiently comploto to hIiow Unit tlio votu lor .McKinloy in NobniHka was jiihL about an oven 100, 001), against about 112,500 for Hryan. Tho voto lor olliur ciimlldutea will be so Htnall as to bo muii'ly "ocutlarliig." In 1802 tho voto for Jlnnlnoii was 87,227 out of a total of 200,274. Tho combined voto against Harrison was, therefore, just about what it was last Tueuriuy against MoKlnioy. It was 112,017. Tho majority aKiiltiHt Harris aou was 25,720. Tho majority against MoKlnioy including the scatturiug will tnobablv bo Ions than 10,000. So the republicans have gained considerable ground slnco 1802, notwithstanding Harrison got tho electoral voto then on account of tho d...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 November 1896

jii'tijmmn-jivtiiMLmjtri.ji j UK--miiiiijiutjxLiiLHjjiJiiut"jjjijijijMuiuiijiti.iMi.i.,,.i ,,, ,, ,,1IBIU .j M raHmBewnmfmmBmrmrmtmmmimmmmmatmtnannr thrash Mdvertim. VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 20, 1896. NUMBER 21 BWBwmuintjij'iuuniiHimjKin mhujiuwi ma Whe jft W H1EG CUKtS WHtHt ALL ELSE FAILS. Host Cough Syrup. Tastes Uood. Uso in lltno. hold br d rues I Ms. J)R. W. W. KEELING, Nemaha City", Nehuaka. Olllce first door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary ; -: Public Nomaha City, Nob. IEIMMMBBEIMI.t' ROBERT ROSS, Prop. SIlRvllllf, Hair DressliiR, Slminpnotiliic. Jtuzor iluiielng, Special nttoiulou paid to Ladles unci Children. AyeiU or A'ebraiku City Steam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Doalur In UlnlHHt prices jmWllfor lililcH, lard, tatlow tja mo. etc N KM A II A CITY, NEBRASKA. I. G.SUTTON, M. D.. Sliubert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All promptly answered, day or night. culls 7 17 J. L. JlelvLn, M.D., JPh. C L QIM2C IMSOIAi-iiES: Diseases of llio .Skin,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 November 1896

'lam'Dt'mvi.ijuti umjmiuwjitjujtuiuijiijiiummmmn, iijiih auiimii miiwiiiiiiuiuiiiiiii ii LMU.U,HMTCTrWWWWWUMHIBmtm,lJITMirWl ebmslm Mdvertwer. 1 VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 20, 1896. NUMBER 21 IT itlkunwimjiinBWimmiujiimAiJijijuii PUww mTWCttWT?CTTgWlWl VWHB&ntJtft Wm m y- h i - UUHtb Yintttt ALL tLSt fA LK. Dost Coub Syrup. Tastes Good. Uso in limn. Kola br urniulotn. -Jkt.mi un-k,l J)R. W. W. KEELING, NtS-HAtt A ClTV, NuimAICA. Otlloe first door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary Public m I i Nomalia City, Neb. HEM&HAsreARBERSHOP ROBERT ROSS, Prop. Sliavlnir, Ilrtlr Ori'HiliiB, Slinnipnonlnc. Ku.or Honelug, .Special attention puld to I.iultci and Ctittdrcn. Auentor Xcbraika City Steam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Doalor In ZMZZE-A-TS KiifliflHt prices pald'for hides, lard, tnilow tf.nno. etc N KM A II A CITY, NEBRASKA. I. C. SUTTON. M. D.. Slmbert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. Ali culls promptly answered, day or night. 7 17 J. L. Jlelvin, M.D.,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 November 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER -,.... W. IV. HANDKItH, l'ubllihcr. NEMAnA, .... NEMtASKA. NO ROYAL ROAD TO LEARNING. IIo wlio Ht'idloH hard will rise Tlin ciimcHt arc floBcrvltiR; KnowlcdKo comes by sturdy knocks, Unflinching ami mmwuvinK. Itctncmhcr, oil, ambitious soul, Kor jircut ochlov'innts burning, No ono ever yet Iiiih found A royal road to learning. llrlck by brick tlio walls ro up, Kacli fitted and cemented; TlirotiRli wearylnc dayH of thought Machinery If Invented. Aro you anxious to achieve? For fomo and fortunes yearning? Way by day you'll liavo to build There's V4 royal roud to lcurnlni;. In tho busy marts of llfo Drones aro thrust asldo unheeded; In tho dunky mines of thought Idlers aro not needed. To seme fixed and shining Koal Kver lot your feet bo turning; ISIevato your Htandard hl:h Thcra'H no royal road to learning. Frank J I. Htauffcr. In golden Days. AN AWKWAltD SLTUATJON. Ambition to get lending parts induced mc to throw tip n food position in the north of England to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 November 1896

i T fir THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER 9 IV. W. SAXDmtS, l'abllihor. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE SHUT-IN SEASON. A TIno That Tries tho SutiU oX IJouso Ueepera. ' The season when the chilly weather of autumn begins Is an exceedingly try ing one. The fresh, pure air of summer lias flowed In and out of the house, keeping the atmosphere pure. The sud den change to n shut-in season, when the house Is not nlwuys systematically veutlluted, as it should be, is sure to be injurious to health. To add to this any defective plumbing which was innocu ous when the atmosphere was kept pure by currents of fresh air from the outside now becomes dangerous. It is jilwnys a safe precaution before closing flic house and starting the winter fires to test the sewers. This is very easily done. Put nn ounce of oil of peppermint in a pnil of cold water.i Go to the plumb ing at the top of the house, and pour the mixture carefully down the wastepipe. Let some one be located at the fixture "below, and if the odor of pepperm...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 November 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADYERTISER i - W. W. BANDICI19, I'ublUhcr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LA11GE. Summary of tho Daily Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tin: Association of American Agri cultural Colleges und Experiment Sta tions, at Its session In Washington on tho 12th, elected as its president George T. Fairchlltl, president of tho Kansas ntuto agricultural collogo at Manhat tan. Rktuiinh from all of tho 110 counties In Kentucky havobcon roportcd at tho ofllco of tho secretary of state. On tho national ticket they show a total voto of -1 15,000. McKlnlcy's voto was 218,05:5; Aryan's, 217,798; McKlnlcy's plurality, 257. A Hi'KCtAT. dispatch to tho Chicago Inter Ocean from Washington on tho 12th paid that tho war department had called on tho loading trunk lino roads running to Koy West, Now Orleans and tho other gulf ports for an immediate statement of thoir capacity to move troops, supplies and hoavy war ma terial. Caution as to secrecy was im posed on all roads called on for in formation. It ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 November 1896

I " A- BRYAN TO LECTURE. Addresses to Bo Mado on aovorn montal and Social Topics. KNIGHTS OF LABOR ELFXT OFFICERS. Tho cv York Chamber of Commerce Has n linnuuct at Delinonlco's Tho Nebraska licet Sugar Association Con venes ut Grand Island. Lincoln, Nob., Nov. 18. It 1ms been definitely arranged that William ,T. Uryan is to tako tho lecturo platform, and his first address will bo delivered at Atlanta, Ga., early in December. His route, as far as it has at present been arranged, will bo, after leaving Atlanta: Jacksonville, Savannah, Charleston, Augusta, IHrminghum and New Orleans. After leaving the latter city Mr. Uryan will go through Texas, then on to California and Oregon. Ho will not reach the citios of the east be fore tho latter part of February, 1807. Tho man behind tho enterpriso is V. E. MeHoe, of Norfolk, Va., tho superin tendent of the Seaboard Air Hue. Tho terms of tho agreement, from a finan cial standpoint, have not been mado public, but it is reliably understood that...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 November 1896

frmmmmnNUM wmnvnrt 1 w 8g8S MA 'I . jA VN1-1 -. ..-.w.v A..uiiwwsa- ZL. . -v tr i.iii wi HEKE H two ouya in tlio year I like, Thry'ro bettor than all others. One day belongs to Santa Clans An' one day la Bran motlicr'ii. Of.conrnyp,,iwU,cSi- An' on tliono days I'm very Bluil That I liavo kept on Uvln . 1 don't know which day to the best; But B'poaon I did know it? 3 wouldn't daro to tell mycholco Nor anyway to bIiow It; For Hanta Claim or gran'ma would Bo jealous In a mlnlt; K I lihould Hay that either had Moro Xun than t'other In it. Hut when I bo to Rran'ma'B houso An' Bincll tho turkey cookln , An' neo tho yellow punkln pics Till I'm moHt tired a-lookln'; '.An' when the dinner eoinea at laat An' grnn'pn asks tho blessln', 3 think ThankPKlvln'B awful nlco .An' pass tny plate for dressin'. 'An' when my gran'ma outs tho plo, 1 imi n treat Mir nuarter: .Ma Bays: "She ought'ent havo bo much." lUut gran'ma sayH! "She'd orter." An' as my ma la grnn'mn'a girl Sao has to Just keep quiet, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 November 1896

fl A EXPENSIVE AND BAD. V Itcform In ItoitNcliulil furnishings la Smtly Nocrtort. "Too Utile furniture la bad, but too much, it seems to me, is a good drill worse," said a jaded housekeeper. "My life, is literally worn out with moving nnd putting in order and caring for the thousand and one articles of doubtful ornamentation nndabsolutouselcssncss with which the house is cumbered. I think that an ornament must have some excuse for being in order to be really worth the time and trouble re quired to lake care of it. Instead of thin wn linvi' runrcscntntions of nil torts of quaint and queer things that appear to me to hnve no right whatever in the drawing-room to say the least. Some of these days I hope to sec more of what might be called adaptation in the bestowing of our household decora tions. The library is a good place for I'urloslties, unless one has a special room devoted to such purposes, and they ought to be kept there instead of in the drawing-room or parlors. A cab inet with...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 November 1896

i jravrnwiwiWMH,jin rMrcrr?raatrniwwrimi-xVwirjWBU:$ M'j.inKWt .. Tfa; "Nebraska Advertiser 0H80nirTI0N 8l.nO J'KIl ykaii FRIDAY, NOVHMHHK 20, 181)0. W?"L".!!J!l"'yL" i ! sun umiimunniian THANKSGIVING SEUVICB3. Thanksgiving aurvlcefl will bo hold nt tliu M. E. clmrcli in Nemnlin nuxt Thumliiy at 11 o'clock a. in. Jtov. J. V. Taylor will preach tho sermon. Everybody Ih Invited. Tom Watson was notin'.itcd to join Jones and JJrjim on the big hunt. a North Carolina diittrl tinted her favors rather impaitially in the reoont aloe tlon. She gives tho Uryan clcctore a majority of nearly 10,00 in thw utate. but. at the sumo time elx-t u rupublicHii governor by h plurality of 12,000 uid chooses a populist legislature). There whb a juaion between th Bryan dein ocrata and popullHtu on prwhUnt, ana n fusion between th rapiihlicnnj and popiillatn on tho ntat tictal. THE OFFICIAL FIGURES. Nbmubka'b Lakqest Tote. Tho Lincoln Journal given the fel lowing report of the Into election: Tho work of tabu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 November 1896

''I ?'"' tKWT I W wuM.MUMiwim.iimu ww faji it.niwiwimmi.uuinmimniiui ebmsfa MtlvertiMer. I ? VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FU1DAY, NOV. 27, 1896. XV MBER 22 IP V i y f T id CUIltS WHtHfc ALL LLSh FAILS. Boct OouhIi Syrup. Tastes Good. Uso in iinio. hold ny amettistn. jyil. W. W. KEELING, Nl5MA.HA. OlTV, NeURAKA. OlHce flr.it door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-. Public Nemaha City, Nob. ROBERT ROSS, Prop. Shaving, Jlulr Dressing, Hhninpoonltic. Razor ilonolng, Special attention paid to Ladles and Children. Agentor Nebraska City Steam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In MEATS Hlnhost prices pald;for hides, lnrd, tnilow game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C. SUTTON. M. D., Slrabert, Nebraska. Does u general practice All calls promptly answered, day or night. 7-17 J. L.JIelvln, JT.D., JPh. G. SPEOIAHICS: Diseases of tlo Skin, DIs . e.iMet o Women and Children Will proinntt answer all oils, either day or nl- hi' m Keynoto Drugstore - Nebraska .,.. B.BellAndrewsJ.D.Ph.D. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 November 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER X. W, 8ANDKK3, 1'ubllilicr. NEMAHA, - NEIJRASKA. WOMAN DOES MANY THINGS. Hut Tliorn In ut l.niHt Ono That iUlIlcd Jlr. Something may In; conceded to wom en. Tlicy prepare shooting lunches -with admirable cure and a lavish ex penditure of jam an excellent thine In woman and one much appreciated by the wearied bringcr-downof grouse. They can pour cut tea at breakfast nnd toward the end of a week's vSit may be counted upon to remember that you take or do not take sugar. They Van leave, cards on friends who have left cards or. you; they can easily spend mi hour on dressing or adorning them selves, a feat of which few men in theso degenerate days nrc capable. They can organize picnics nnd actual ly take plensuru in them when wnspH nre not too numerous. They can, as young girls, manufac ture a secret out of nothing and then talk it over with other glris in corners to nn nccompaniirent of mysterious gigglings and to the exclusion of rude, intrusive boys. They can ru...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 November 1896

h T fen' i: f.. A i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDKI19, I'ubllihcr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE NEIGHBORHOOD BOY. tTlio neighborhood boy Is a neighborhood Joy, "With n heart that Is earnest and true; And whene'er he's awny, to bo absent r day, It puta the wholo block In a stew. For without him tho world In a shadow Is furled And loses Its beauty and light; But wheno'er ho appears, then It suddenly clears, As ho sets all our troubles aright. Hot a smllo or a frown comes to our part of town, But what he can give us the facts; 3-ie Is able to bring Just the one needed thing Which elsewhoro our happiness lacks. STolks may move in and out, yet ho knows all about All tho people who dwell In our street, And hn brings us such news as wo lovo to pe'tiso Whllo ho glve3 every Item complete. Ho runs errands galoro to tho olllco and store, " Minds tha baby" and favors like that, And there's none, wo agreo, quite so ablo as ho To find a lost dog or a cat. IIo's a "mother's boy," yes, and that helpB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 November 1896

i TIE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKUS, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE, Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTKiJ. Thk Nntionul Grunge nt their session In Washington on tho 18th selected Pennsylvania ns the place of meeting. The city was not named. Unofficially many of tlio mombcrs of tlic grange mot nt night and unanimously in dorsed John II. Brighum, of Ohio, for sccrotury of agriculture and a commit tee was selected to formulate plans for urtring tho appointment. Vihitomb cannot sco President Clove land for some time, as ho a busily pre paring his last mossago to congress. Only thoso who have important busi ness to transact with him are udtnittcd to his presence. "ommandkh Mr.r.vir.T.n, chief engi neer of thu navy has mado a report no to tho condition of all warships of tho United States so far as their machinery and mechanical apparatus aro con cerned, lie urgently recommends an in crenso in tho number of naval engi neers. Skgkktauy Mouton, of tho agricul tu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 November 1896

1 h Jt 1 in FATAL FLAMES. Fivo Youner Ohildron of a Missouri Farmor Oromatod. Tho 1'nrcntn Were Absent nt n Dnnco nnd the Children Left nt Homo Alono Tho Motlior Prostrated with Orlef. Hamilton, Mo., Nov. 23. Tho resi dence of Snyder Ncal, nn old and high ly respected farmer living in Daviess county, about fivo miles north of this place, burned Saturday night, cremat ing live children. They ure:Carrio Neal, nged 10; Hattlo Ncal, aged 11; Wililo Neal, aged 7; Clarence Neal, aged 5, and Julia Neal, aged 3. Mr. and Mrs. Neal had a family of eight children. The youngest a baby, and tho eldest, a boy of IS, had accompanied tho parents to a dance at tho houso of a neighbor, about a mile from their home. One of the six children left at home, Nora, aged nine, saved herself by jumping from a second story window. Tho others were afraid to jump and per ished in the flames. Tho children retired at tho usual hour,and between nine and ten o'clock wcro awaken by flames and smoke. They rushed down ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 November 1896

THE TENNESSEE VALLEY. Ito Rich Lands Aro Bolng Sottlod . by Thrifty Northornors. JiTiportnuro of tlio Logging Induatry Along Um Trlliiiturlhii of tlie I.otrnr Mis- nliitlpiil KlhnHjr Cmnpi Clmngod Into Kuut Vllliigc. ISpeoIftt Memphis (Tonn.) Lottor.l ' Thu Tennessee vulley ia rapidly filling up with immigrants from the north wcnl, who come In search of good lands, , milder climate nnd fine timber. This ixn-lion of the Mississippi river is now attracting' more attention thnn hereto fore because of the recent influx of farmers nnd lumbermen. The farmers au the high-priced and timber-denuded .wSlfl ttvy-t-ir. yrryM tta mgmm A RED RIVER FOREST. Hands of the north have learned that they can get alluvial and hoavily-lim-l)cred lands in this valley at from five ito ten and twenty dollars an acre, which will "pay for Itself" within three or four years. Consequently the valley Is being settled with this class of indus trious people. The valley of the MIs Kfaslppi, including this portion in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 November 1896

!- - r-r -k j !?! CHANGE IN FAHMER JOE. JiY SHELDON C. STODDARD. 9t&& WAS tho bright sun shiny mornhv or a pleasant day In Juno: , 4, The robins In tho mnple softly snnR their swce tost tuno: The b ii n B h I n c t h r o u e h the branches Rllntcd through tlio open ilnor Makln' cur'ous mottled patches on the oalccn kitchen door, And wo were catln brcakfast-I was hun gry as a bear And a thlnktn' of my corn crop In tho meadow over there. But Jennie wasn't eatln'; Just sat there sort o' still A playln' with a teaspoon In tho way that women will, And now and then I saw her lookln' shyly up at mo In n kind o' wistful fashion, when sho thought I didn't sec. You bco I only noticed in n kind o' General way, Tor I was thlnkln busy of tho work I'd do that day: And so I finished breakfast and was gcttln' up to go When Jennie asked me softly: "Can we have tho carpet, Joe?" I cruess I answered roughly, for you sec I'd paid a bill, A big one 'twas for grass seed and an other nt the mill: ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 November 1896

HiWkm &,WWtyHPHifto. 4wmvt . -M. Tr'' "V-'"! yjlwOTMiijauMiwiiuiiTOwyinmMMgiMi ijiuWKawnCTwmiJtirijig,ju'tJJjwrrtoiwJws xximfaqaaM33TWjiarragwiaDasncxi&Wy R' The Nebraska Advertiser W.l NJU'JUIH JPuliUihtr. Au9onii'TioN 81.50 run ykak FRIDAY, NOVUM 13 Ell 27, 1890. A. U. McCiuulless Iiiih been vialling Omalui frlonds for Hovcral days. Jlonry Uould, of Fulls City, was in town Thursday anil juvo this ollleo a call. Ilov. C. II. Gilinoro has been ubsihU in In llio protracted meeting at Shu hort tills week. P. Gilbert & Sou liavo lind tlio 'grain and stock sciilcu moved on tlio street in I rout of tho store. Horn, to David Jones and wife, of Jhownvillo precinct, on Monday, No vember Utfrd, 1800, a lino son. On account of tho storm the ladies of tho Christian church did not luivo the supper advertised for t'liuraday night. On account of tho quarterly meoting at Hethol there will bo no services ul the Methodist church ono week irom nuxt Sunday night. George N. banders and 'Juf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 December 1896

St - vt4- W i-htwbmi w 1,11 nvBtamwcBCTMta JnKHUTi9mKrTL'itLrrvi!Ls:t.-tviivjKVx'U)! um wr.jrijji.'Hrruir'U'wvmiCT', ! fi-.'j'iu.mifjAi.'j.fni iji''Miiitj'jintwwgjraiiWKCUjiiwFju!i i smjjw Mj!H.Li."'iu.j'ati'iiiiaiuiitwj;j . f VOLUME XLL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FltlDAY, DEC II, 1890. NUMBER 24 mmmmmftmi vk ml I m Si Mr - X' a HEN UUKtSWHtKfc ALL ELSE FAILS, IS jaj Host CuuRlt By nip. Tastes Uoixl. tJso F, Ejj In tlnio. Sold by druggists, pfr J It. W. W. KEELING, Nbmvua. City, Neiuia.ka.. Olllce flrat door south of Park hotel. W. "W. SAWDERS, Notary : -: Public Nemaha City, Nob. lEIIMIliBIIIBEH ROBERT ROSS, Prop. Bliavlne, llitlr Dressing, Slinmpoonlnp., Ilii7ur lloiiclnc. Hpoclul attention pnltl to 1. miles mid Children. Agent for Xebrmka City Steam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Denier In Hlhest prices pnld.for hides, lnrd, tiulow gAine, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. Tc. SUTTON. M. D.. SImbert, Nebraska.. Does ii general practice. All mils promptly answered, day or night. 717 ,. rj.ALulnin,,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 December 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i W. XV. HANDKICS, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. CARE'S SLAVE. It wan the budding May-time, Tho wlilto boughs ovarlicad; "Oh, kIvo to ma nomo play-time, Good Mnfltcr Care," I mild. biiw his head bcj;ln to shake "Not now; JuhI wait ond see I'll glvo to you u holiday When planting's done," Bald ho. It was tho glowing mtinmcr; How cool tho woodland's Bhadol Again an eager corner, "Oh, glvo to-day I" I prayed. Old Master Care his forehead knit; "Tho grans Ih rlpo to mow; Work on till haylng-tlmo Is paBt, And then I'll let you go." It was tho glad Septembor; Tho maplo leaves woro red. "Oh, Master Carol Remember, Yon promised mo," I mild. "And you will llnd," ho answered mo, "I'll keep my promise true, And you may Bport when harvest's done, With nothing ulso to do." Now winter winds aro blowing (How weal; 1 feel and old!) And, by tho hearth, bright glowlnc 1 Bhlver with the cold. And Caro Hits down besldo mo, And counts up, one by one, Tho tasks that 1 have done ami...

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