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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 December 1896

w k THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDERS, 1'ubllaher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. MILK DIET. Tlio iJcst 1'oort for lltillcllnc Up tho Fall In? Strength. The uses of a milk diet in certain forms of disease are numerous and im portant. Milk in in the truest sense n I'ootl already prepared. It needs no cooking, it can bo obtained anywhere, .nnd but few persons object to its use, although it must be said that where it is made the exclusive diet for a long time, a certain amount of repugnance is likely to bo excited. It begins to pall upon the nppetite, and the resolution of -the patient must be strengthened and the palate tempted by every expedient Jcnown to tho nurse and doctor. Under a close adherence to a milk diet the stomach is deprived of its usual al lowance of bulky material, and a sense of emptiness soon begins to be felt ut the pit of the stomach. This feeling of discomfort is, however, only tempo rary, and may often be relieved by sim ply heating the milk almost to the boil ing point....

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. — 11 December 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XT. W. BANDKItS, 1'ublUlior. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. ,4.XXJ.Jt.XXJL4.jLXJk.XJLXl.&JLJ.XXXig f DECEMBER J896. Sun. Hon. Tuo. Frl. Sat. J 5 12 8 ?5 11 J3 14 J6 23 7 18 19 20 27 2i 28 22 24 25 26 29 30 31 WTTTT-rTTVTT:TTTT THE WOULD AT LAIIGE, Summary of tho Daily Nowa ' -WASHINGTON NOTES. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND will Hot isSUO nn order plnclng fourth-class postmas ters under tho civil service. PRESIDENT Cl.KVKI.ANl) llttS issued II proclamation which suspends tho law relieving Uertnan vessels from tonnngo dues und other churges in American ports. This action is retaliatory in its nature. Congressman Parcook, chairman of tho republican congressional commit tee, who returned to Washington on tho d from u visit to Maj. McKinloy nt Canton, said that tlioro would bo an extra session of congress called to moot before tho middle of March, and that it was Mnj. McKinloy's desire that tho now congress should go to work imme diately after organizing to frame u tariff bill that ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 December 1896

h X i THE DINGLEY BILL. Many Petitions Presented to tho Sonato for Its Pasaago. FOUR BILLS PASSED IN THE HOUSE. The Tension 11111, Carrying 8141,805,880, Oets Through "Without Any Fnctloua Opposition Three l'ostul M11U Also Pushed Through. Washington, Dec. 9. When a letter from the secretary of tho treasury was read in tho scuato yesterday answer ing an inquiry as to the number of aliens in tho treasury, Mr. Unlllngcr, of New Hampshire, remarked that ho was glad to obsorve foreigners whoso services had beon conspicuous in tho department had been lit to take out naturalization papers. Many petitions wero presented from manufacturing' bodies urging tho passage of tho Ding ley bill. Tho early oponlng of a Cuban discussion was foreshadowed by a no tice from Mr. Cullom, of Illinois, that on Thursday next ho would address the scnato on tho Ouban question. The house resolutions relative to tho death of ex-Speaker Crisp were then laid before the senate. Mr. Brown, of Georgia, stated that at...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 December 1896

fet NATIONAL AFFAIRS. Prosldont Olovoland Transmits His Moaaago to Oongroso. notations with Foreign Countries Clearly Defined The Cuban Situation Ibidlrnl Cnrreney Hefonns Urged Trusts mid Monopolies DISCUHSed. "WAfliiiNOTON, Dec. 7. Tlio Fifty Fourth congress assembled for the short session at noon to-day and soon nftor committees from the houso and senate waited on tho president and in formed him that they were ready to receive any communication lie mk'ht have to miilco and tho president then Bent tho following communication: To tho Congress of tlio United States: As representatives of tho pooplo In tlio Icgls lattvo branch of tholr government you havo ns somblod lit n time wlw-ii tho strength and ox collcncoof our frco Institutions nnd tho Illness of our citizens to enjoy popular rulo havo been ngnln made lnnnifo.st. A political contest In volving momentous conscqtioriccs, fraught with fovorlsh apprchonslon and creating ag gressiveness so Inlonso ns to approach bitter ness and pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 December 1896

& T of a systom opposed to every rulo of sound ' flnnnco and shown by cxpcrlcnco to bo fraught with tho Rnu'cst peril and porploxlty. Tho torrlblo civil war which shook tho foundations of our Kovernmont rnoro than 3) years rro brought In Its train tho destruction of proporty, tho wasting of country's substances, and thn cstranffcmont of brethcrn. Theso 'uro now past nnd forottcn. Even tho distressing loss of llfo tho conflict entailed is but a sacred memory, which fosters patriotic sotitlnient and Iteops nllvo n tender rcRnrd for thoso who nobly died, nnd yet thcro remains with us to day, In full strength and activity ns an Inci dent of that tremendous struggle, a feature of Its financial necessity not only unsultcd to our present circumstances, but manifestly a dis turbing monnco to business security nnd nn ever presont ujront of monetary dlstross. llecnuio wo may bo cnjoylni? a tompornry ro llcf from its depressing lullucn o this should not lull us Into a falso security no: le...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 December 1896

jai.M,iii!UiiiuiuiaiviuiuiiiiiuiiiwjMiMvia.iiiaai ..Mr,.'gLef3iOT-omjjiJu.miuuiiiiiiM-WAinn.iwiJiJiiiiJi in f V The Nebraska Advertiser W,l ttJlJ'JtJltS J'uliHtlur. unaoniPTioN.. Sl..OPKR YKAIl FRIDAY, DI5C15MBKR 11, 181)0. It) these days when so ninny agtlcul tural papers are edited by sidewalk farmers thoy nliuuld be curnfully ox umitiod boforo subscribing. Henry Wallace, editor of Wallace's Farmer (weekly, SI per year), Dea Moiiles, Iowa, in a practical farmer and oper at us two,largo farms, and knows what bo writer about. You can pet a Ham plo copy of Ills paper fieo by asking for it. Wo will send Wallace's Farmer and Tins Advjsktisuk both one year for$l 75. Tho legislature of the dtato of Iowa b ah framed a law providing for the destruction of the golden rod, Nebras ka's lloral emblem, because of the fact thai. some agricultural dude who prob ably don't know the difference between golden rod and Aaron's rod that bios Homed, or the rod thai King Solomon thought should not be spa...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 December 1896

sAsiVAs& ogwaMJUJu.'JUituaTyf"jtJBiMii!iiiijtjjwiiwwwKmiiK: Aiu.,iCTmTiAVwNiCCTg'Mrtfttiimwj KiiyiJBmiutLi;i;vi,vt.7t-i.,iiWTrwATTrtjji.ij'iiiiii!iiiij,ji M, xmeiumwxvtA rmsx'ty VOLUME XL1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FlUDAY, DEC 18, 1896. NUMBER 25 WBESTOWJTareBI Wh zmsmssm- Uost Cough Syrup. Tnstos Ujkxl. Uso UUHtS WtltMt ALL tLSt in iirno. Hold by uruirKlstn. g&EMSESai J)tt. W. W. KEELING, Nijkmia. Ornr, Nisiiiia.ka.. Olllco first door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nemaha City, Neb. ROBERT ROSS, Prop. Bliavlnic, Hulr Dressing, Sliampoonlnc. llnzor Honelnc. flpcclnl nttcntlon paid to Ladles and Children. Agent for Nebraska City titeum Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Denier In Hlirhost prices patd;for hides, lard, tnilow lme, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA, 1.C SUTTON. M. D.. Shubert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All calls promptly answered, day or nfght. 7-17 J. L. Alclolti) M.D., Ph. n. PHYSICUN AND SURGEON SPECIALISES: Diseases of the Sltln, l)ls onset o Wome...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 December 1896

I! h M M TEE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER m - ' ' W. W. 8ANDKU8, 1'ablUher. NEMAnA, NEBRASKA. HOW THE SHERIFF WON. Thought I'd gallop In tho rnco Oflluo looked no hearty, Bortcr hankered for tho place Bald bo tor my party. ' Bhcrlff he'd boon In bo long-, Hollln' In tho clover, .Voters got tor talkln' ntrong Thought they'd haul him over. Course, I had ter lectloncor (Voters conio by scokln'). Itend tho shcrlft's title clear, Moot him at tho spcakln'. Old man did Ills level best (Every speech wuz tcllln't) Rolled my alcoves up Jerked my vest Had tho voters ycllln'l When he'd talk I'd call him down Kvery time I'd pin him, Till he Hcen that, Held an' town, Campaign wuz ng'ln' lilinl But cndurln' of tho raco ('Pcarcd Ilka I wuz winner.) Bpcakln' nigh tho shcrlft's plucc, j Axed mo In ter dinner I Then tho trouble como for shorol Took a drink o' water Bomo ono stundln' In tho door "This hero Is my daughter!" v. Gcnllcmenl I glvo a look Talk erbout yer cherries Faces In a plctur'.book Peaches un' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 December 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER Yf. W. BANDHItS, rnblliher. NEMAUA, NEBRASKA. HER DREADFUL FATHER. What Happened In an Intcrvlow with Ills 'Daughter's Suitor. The young- man lnul culled on the father of the loved one to ask his eon sent. "I enme to sec you on n matter of jibusiness," said the young1 man. "What .business?" inquired the fa ther. l "I love your daughter, sir," banged mvny the young- man, though he wasn I half ready. "Ah?" smiled the father. "Yes, sir," said the young-man. "Indeed?" continued the father. "Yes, sir," repeated the young-man. "Isthnt so, really?" went on the fa thcr. "Yes, sir," still insisted the young-man. The father remained silent so long that the young- chap thought he would explode if the old one didn't say some thing pretty soon. "Uin cr," began the old gent, "did I understand you to say you love my daughter?" "Yes, sir," blurted out the young man, -emphatically. "Ah?" "Yes. sir." "Indeed?" "Yes, sir." "Is that so, really?" "Yes, sir." The young man wondere...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 December 1896

MiwjiMiHimmim THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANDKK9, 1'ublUlicr. ' NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE, Summary of tho Dally Nowa WASHINGTON NOTES. A ci.osi: friend of tho president-elect nt Washington said that Powell Cluy lon would succeed Mr. Hansom as min ister to Mexico. A Washington dlnpatch of the Oth Biiid thrvt Delegate Fly on lias had a number of interviews with tho secre tary of the interior regarding tho opening of tho Wichita reservation and felt confident that tho allotting agents would be appointed within a few days and that tho reservation would bo hoou thrown open to settlors. Tun Washington Times says that Nelson Dingley, Jr., of Maine, is to bo tho next secretary of state. Tin: interstate commerce commission Iwb issued a preliminary report on tho income and expenditures of tho rail ways in the United States for tho year ended Juno 30, 1800, prepared by its statistician. Tin: United States attorney-general lias mado his report to congress and ex presses his satisf...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 December 1896

)ri mM.miuiiiiiiiiimnmjiijijimaiwnniiwwMniiuiimnJUft CAMPAIGN FUNDS. A Oommittoo Wantod "on tho Uao of Monoy in Elootioun." MR. MORGAN SPEAKS ABOUT CUBA. Tho HH1 to Amend tlio Law Relating to Bccoml-Cliiaa Mull ainttcr Up In tho Uouso-Tho Atlantic Si I'n- clllo llullrond. Washington, Dec. 10. Something' of a stir was occasioned in the sonata yes terday when Mr. Allen, of Nebraska, offered a resolution for a committee of nine senators "on the use of money in elections." Tho resolution directs that tho committee shall "thoroughly investigate tho extent to which money, if any, was used in connection with tho recent presidential election, either in promoting" tho nominations or in in fluencing1 in any manner tho choice of presidential electors. The resolution empowers tho proposed committee to scud for persons and papers, and directs a report by the first Monday of December, 1807. Mr. Allen mado no re marks on tho resolution, but sent to tho clerk's desk and had read several newspaper c...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 December 1896

AGRICULTURAL HINTS INTERESTING FACTS. Maintaining Uoocl JtoiuU Coat a Tchh Tlinn Keening Up I'uiir One. In one of liin fninoiiH speeches on good rouilB and iho improvement of city streets, Col. Albert A. rope, presi dent of the Pope Manufacturing com pnny, of llnrtforcl, Conn., staled th following intcrcKtinj- foots: "Ab n result of elaborate experiment, marie to ascertain Hie relutlvo rcslst uncc or friction of different pavements, it has been established tlmt while 200 pounds' force is required to draw one ton over on ordinary dirt road, 100 pounds will do the same work on mac adam, 33 pounds on best granite blocks nnd 15 pounds on asphalt. As a partic ular instance of this, it is estimated that in Iho city of New York then- A ROAD LIKE THIS IS A COSTLY LUX UUY. nro 12,000 irueks, carrying an average load of Vu tons, for 12 miles on each of 800 duys in the year at an average doily cost of $4 for each truck. The result is about 05,000,000 tons transported one mile in every year at ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 December 1896

i4 Tho 'Wheel of Love. He Dearest girl, the tire of my heart litis been punctured by the tucks of your chnrnis. lie mine, and let ua ride tan dem through life. She How sweet and strange! You have scorched your way Into my af fections and I cannot back pedal against your attractions. I surrender tho handle-bar of my lifo to your hands nnd am sure you will steer our united lhea wisely. -Philadelphia Review. TH13 UI.VFKKEJiCK. Siten Doze Say, pard, wot's do dif ference between free silver and free lunch? Wauken Sleep Lots. One's sixteen to one, and do other's eleven to two. N. Y. journal. A Furniture mystery. Mrs. Wiggsy That family who have moved in next door must be either very rich or very poor. Wiggsy Why so? Mrs. Wiggsy Their furniture was nil dono up carefully in sheets and blankets, and I don't know whether it was dono to hide its shnbbincss or to protect its bcuuty. N. Y. Tribune. n. Uuod Gucs. Jinks (at a party) You never met my wife, did you? Blinks Wife? I didn't know you we...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 December 1896

v '""i "2?;""-T-'.P;MJJTwiiiiTTrTmwii'UJ!T.i trayiijiwui.iAM!nxutT33ui tuicmni wranwuw.igjftVfftwarera &i The Nebraska Advertiser ! 11. W. S.1J'lJiUN J'uliUihtr. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, IbUU. Subscribers of country newspapers allow their subscriptions to become dei linquent through ciirolesHiiosa, ami yt't fuel insulted if thoir paper is stopped or a Btatetnout of thoir delinquency Is sont to them . Tin y do not expect any courtesy fiom metropolitan papers, but the country papers aro expected to come on whether tlioy aro paid for or not. Tnie is an unjust exaction. Jo. cause lie is editor of a country news paper is no roasou why u man should carry you year after year. Tho income from subnciiptiou to a newspaper is an important item. Like snowliakos, they are individually quito small, but whetn aggregated they pile up wonderfully. They should bo coming in every day in tlio year. They mtiBt cotno if the publisher pays his bills which fall duo every month in the year. Ex. Wo spoke las...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 December 1896

?a gjyMWuHiWOTyianwaMi,J..Mii J-i'mmMiiti i-i.iriT.iirWM'BniiaLJ'Hik,.J vmiim. VOLUME XL! NEMAHA, NEBUASKA, FRIDAY, DEC 25, 1890. NUMBER 20 Cfo L"JLL.-,Tyr"!,'.'"'V! IIJIh..JfcJ-'AJk'-BiaJm r.lllltS WMtltt ALL HSK FAILS. IlostCouRh Synip. Tastes Oowl. Uso in timo. wiia ny uniKgmtn. Local ISTews. EpS EEMSMEIIEIEre J Merry Christmas. TQR. W. W. KEELING, Nbycauv Oirr, Neuuaka. Olllco llrat door south of Purk hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary m i Public Nemaha City, Nob. NEMlH&sB&BBERsSHQP H. A. Thompson, Prop. Bliuvliitf, Hliiunpooiilnc, Hair DresnliiKi lturor Jluiiolne, flpcclitl iittoiiltoii pikEit to I.iullei and Children. Agent for H'ebraika Oily titeam Laundry, Kerker & Hoover, Donlor In lllichost prices pald;for hlilon, lnnl, tallow game, etc- NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C. SUTTON, M.D., Slmbert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All calls promptly answered, day or night. 7-17 J. L. Melultii M.D., Ph. O. PHYSICi&N&NDSUBGEOH O 1'KOIA.t-j.xKS: DlNonBUHnf tlio ISItln, D...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 December 1896

I,. I' b In r r I r if I," y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. 8ANDIC11S, Publisher. NEMAHA, -.-'-- NEBRASKA. e HIS LAND SYNDICATE. jjy r. 1:01101: aii. UN EH KINSEY never made but otic mistake in a business transao tloii. 'Dial was when ho tried to syndi eato several hmi d r c d thousand ncres of land in Chicago. And it didn't go. But he has never taken consolation fiom the fact that It is his only ease of failure, and is trying yet to under stand how It happened. No one has ever come nearer an ex planation than that offered by Joe King, one of the loafers in the store. "Ab bit off iiiore'n he could chaw," Joe said, talcing as big a ehew of "line cut" as he eould, at the Instant of speak ing. JJut none of the admirers of the vil lage oraele who had failed accepted any Mich a commonplace explanation, and the remark fell unheeded. For .'10 years the general store of Abner Kinney had been the hub around which revolved the social and commer cial life of the village of Harbor City, far In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 December 1896

J sx OJT - W KP v . w r n VVJ, .....-.,. i vV ' )o Hung uXHSFockiiio w " "v tr i t'. i f j - -t Go IIEN I hunpr up my stocking So long it scorns to-day Since children thrco nflush with glco loft oft their mer ry play, And, pinning to the mantelshelf their stockings lti n row, Each laughing sprite In robe of whlto away to bud did go. .When I hung up my stocking Tho world was different then-; Unvcxr-d tho mind by things that blind and clog the souls of men; A prayer lisped at a mother's knee, a hope to "only peep" If wo wero quick and sco St. Nick while others lay asleep. IWhen T hung up my stocking Tho gray dawn camo so lato Each little head In trundlobed grew weary with tho wait; 'A. stealthy rush of white-robed three and then the stockings split Chelr treasure out, to laugh and shout, upon tho patchwork quilt. "When I hung up my stocking If now I could but feel Buch bubbling Joy without alloy as reach ing to tho heel Brought In the cold gray dawnlngs of those Christmas days gone by...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 December 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER " i I i W. XV. SANDKltS, l'ulilUhcr. NEMAITA, NEURASKA, THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTES. Tiik navy department issued fin offi cinl statement on tho 10th stating that tho battleship Texas which recently foundered at tho New York navy yard and has sinco been raised is the finest worship in tho world and is not sur passed by any American naval vessel. Tin: intcrstato comincreo commis sioners mado public their annual re port on tho 17th. Itrceointnonds "that It bo mado a penal ofTonso for nny per mjii to engage in tho business of selling interstate passenger ticlcols unless Iio is an authorized agent of tho carriers, duly constituted such by written ap pointment." Free passes are also de nounced. A number of technical amendments to tho interstate com merce law aro also urged. Tun general inaugural committee at Washington, charged with all arrange ments for tho inauguration of Presi dent McICinloy, lias selected tho pen nlon buildin...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 December 1896

r Fh (X' u A FAMILY POISONED. Fivo Pooplo May Dio from Eating Buckwheat Oakos. TUE FATAL 11ESULTS OF A SPREE. A Number of Young Men Drink "Wood Al cohol Firo lit n State Kcformiitory Kxplnsion lit Jiis Works I'ol- Honcd by Headcheese. St. Louis, Dec. 23. Fivo members of the family of P. M. Itobcrts, a il-eman on the Missouri Pacific railway, wero poisoned by eating cakes made of pre pared buckwheat Hour yesterday. Pour of them aro at the city hospital, and lb is doubtful if they will recover. They are: Mrs. Mary Huberts, Ollie ltoberts, aged 18; Prank lloberts, aged 10; John n io ltoberts, nged (1; Lk'..io Uoberts, aged 8; George was only slightly af fected. Geortro Boborts, 10 years old, found a package of prepared buck wheat Hour in the alley Monday night Ho took tho packago home, and his mother made buckwheat cakes for breakfast, Tuesday morning, at eight o'clock tho family ato breakfast. All uto heartily of tho cakes, save Goorgie, the lad who found tho Hour. He was not partial ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 December 1896

1 y f.'uvi B.l-55T f men I OOD WILL foment Good will to mrn O, loud and high, O, sweet and clear. The b o n g ranu through tho dazzling Hpuco In that wintry tlmo of year. "Good will to mcnl Good will to men!" Ah, who HltH wan and wistful there, No ChrlHtma.? Joyance In her soul, Upon her lip "o prayer? "Good will to men! Good will to monl" In tho rich placo tho tones made way. Tho pictured saints lenned down to hear, Green-wreathed for Christmas day. "Good will to mcnl" O, lady falrl In splendor weeping thus npart, How otrango it Heems u ragged boy tihould have so glad a heart. For hungry aro4tho helpless ones ,Who look and long for hla roturn; And bnro tho chamber whoro they sit, , And low tho hcurthllrcs burn. "Good will to monl" Tho mcnnlng pierced. Though selfish Impulso barred tiio way, Deep to tho lady's Inmost heart, That alilnliig Christmas day. And dimpled children, chornb-falr, Who Into Heaven hud clipped away, Boomed whispering to tho mother thoro Thoughts moot for Chrlat...

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