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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 December 1896

WOMEN WHO HUNT. All Klniln of Gnmo Fall Ilornro Tlictn and Special Weapon Aro Mitdo for Tliclr Vho. A newspaper said tho othor day that as rlilo shooting' required a stendy nerve and a good oyo few women wero capable of using tho most dollcato of firearms. As a matter of fact, when a woman has had an equal chanco with men at riilo practlco she has moro than demonstrated her ability to equal man with tho weapon. Every year women po to Maine, to Canndu, to tho Hoclties, to Africa, to India, and slioot door from runways, mooso from boats, and tlgors from tho backs of elephants. They also take their alpen-stoek and strap crampons on their feet, to seek tho chamois of tho blnalc Alps, and It Is pleasing to noto that tho dlfilcultlcs of tho preci pices and tho shyness of much hunted game aro not too much for the hunt ress, with cheeks mado rosy by tho thin cold air of hlfrh attitudes, slnco Bho fetches her gamo down nmn-fnsh-ion. So far as is known no woman lias over killed an elephant, b...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 December 1896

r rt ntDflMMim WBiMJKMMBrirmvnMni4MiaaMrBmTaxmii0W&an&2BGmiBatmiibAMnui intiftfifc mm. 5 ft The Nebraska Advertiser If". M. SA.VMtJiHHs J'uliUtlur, iUBsonii'TioN 8t.ro run YKAK FIUDAAr, DEOEMJJEH25, 1890. Goo. E. Lemon, editor of the Na tloiml Tribune, and one of the most miccesaful pension nttorueyB ot Wsmli ington, tlluu Friday of lust week, aged 65 yearB. MarunreL Simirater, whoso recont book, "Among My Neighbors," received Biich a warm wolcoino from the public, has writtun wliat U said tt bo her bi'.sL hIidiI story lor llio UliriHtnniH num ber of Fi sink Leslie's Popular Monthly. Herbert I). Ward, the novelist and husband of Elizabeth Stuart L'hulps Ward, has written si new novel, which will bo the fiction feature of the Ladies Home Journal during 1HD7. It is a humorous story and has the uniqtio titlo of 'The Hurglar Who Moved Paradise." It is a Kcquol to Mrs. Ward's "An Old Maid's Paradise," the husbuud taking up the pen where Miss Phelps hud naturally to put it down wh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 January 1897

ebmski dvertmr. i V imi VOLUMH XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 1, 1897. I NUMBER 27 vmmttmt p &Ju 7 .5 :in 'i 7 X & ClINtX WMlUt 111 (ICC (1IIQ Bert Cough Byrup. TmtcGooi. in nine. Hold br dniRiruts. J)U. W. W. KEELING, Nbma.ua. City, Neiiuaka. Ofilco first door south of Park hotel. VT. W, SANDERS, Notary :: Public Nemaha City, Neb. lEIIUiUMEBzSIIF iH. A. Thompson, Prop. tiliavliiR, BliRtnpoonlnc, Hair Dressing, Knxor Honelng, Special attention piild to Lndlcn and Children. Agentor tfcbraika City Xleam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer in HUtiost prices patd;for hides, lard, tallow jAine, elc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. I, C. SUTTON. M. D., Shubert, Nebraska. Docs a general practice. All calls promptly answered, day or night. 7-17 J. L. Jlelvin, M.D., Bit. G. PHYSICIiH AMD SURGEOH O 1'KOIAl.i iKS: Diseases of tho Skin, DIs O eiiHPt' o Women and Children Will prnmntH' niiHwer nil calls, either day or niuht. unico I resldouoe. Nemaiia, - - Nebraska B.BellAndrews.M.D.Ph.D, Su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 January 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8AMJKUS, 1'ubllilier. NEMAHA, i NEBRASKA. BROTHERHOOD. Hero fit the window I sit, Urcnmlly over tlio street, Careless how momenta may nit FeelliiK tlio Holltudu sweot. . Melody breathes In tlio nlr; Cometh on mlHt-hnloud wings Visions of children nt prayer And of ono that exultantly sings. Blltnco Ih over It nil, Yet doth tlio melody swell, Holding my spirit In thrall To tlio HonorotiM song of the knell. Up through the street In the gloom A ftinerul cortege comns; The surf Bonds nn echoing boom Ilko u tluinderouH ruinblo of drumn. There I Joy In Itn dominant nolo, And a minor of pain; Thcre'H a Hob In my throat, And my tearH aro llko rain. O, feeling that blndH tin as ono In a brotherhood vnstl "When for each llfo Ih finally done And his plume-covered carrlugo moves pant. Borne one, surely, shall paime to behold, And beholding the fruit of tlio yearn, Shall be bowed In hla soul an of old lly a prayer that la quickened with tears. Frank Putnam, In Chicag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 January 1897

aU . 'A . ' r 7 i 'i 9 J i ', OLL, TOLL, TOLL1 Tla tlio knell of tho dying year. Trembling, weak nnil nlrl. iKW v... 3Io lingers beside mo hero. His feeblo pulso bents faint and alow, And mystic shadows como and go Across his fnee, while, hushed and still With awo I watch Time work hla will With deadly skill. Toll, toll, tolll How tho mournful Bounds ring out. Like tho wall of a dying hopo That despair has put to routl Good-by, old friend! you bear away A many happy, gladsome day, And many hopes and many fears, .With many bitter, burning tears, Old Yearl Old Yearl Toll, toll, tolll 'And tho night creeps on apacot While the candlo flickers low In her haggard, ghastly face. I count his heart-beats ono by ono, And weep to think his race Is run. But hark! tho clock strikes loud and clear! Tho last sad knell of time I heart Good-by, Old Yearl But hark! onco again! In the distance A tremulous rhythm of sound Floats In from afar on the keen, frosty air, And peals from tho church bells arou...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 January 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER " W. W. SANDKIttt, PublUhcr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WOBLD AT LAKGJ8. Summary of tho Dally Nowa WASHINGTON NOTKS. Plll'.HIDKNT ClkVKLANI) lliissignod tll(5 pension and tho ni'ffuiit deficiency ap propriation bill s. Tun general nrlitlraiion trcsily be twiM'ii tho United Status and Great Itrilain Is practically complete to tins ml Infliction of both governments, and Uk prosutitntioii to congress may bo ex ported In tho near future. Tiiiikk agents of tho Women's Monu ment association, of Now Yorlr, culled on tho commissioners at Washington niid asked about a Kilo for a memorial, to cost S.'J.OOU.OUO, to bo erected to tho women who made sacrifices during tlie war. It was autliontically reported at "Washington that the department of justice contemplated early foreolosuro notion by tho government against tho Union Pacific railroiul, with the proba bility also of similar proceedings iijjainst tho Central Pacific and Kansas Pacific systems. Sucii a atop was con sidere...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 January 1897

fl i i , f ' ' A L I jM tamxjnnmmnraiiamuujuumnv mnMfntmmiKKaxnaxtirmrwrn WAKAHAKER TALKS 'Groat OhnnsoB Prodiotod if Good Timos Don't Arrive MUCH GRAIN GOING TO THE SOUTH. ltnllro.-td Having Great Dlniculty In Fur nishing Knottuli Curs Nearly Four Hun dred Italians Arrlvo ut New York TlcUctod to Arkansas. Philadelphia, Doc. 30. John Wana makor, who is opposing Uolso Pen rose for tho scat in the United States senate now occupied by Mr. Cameron, was interviewed Inst night on the sit uation of tho campaign,' which is ono of tho bitterest known to Pennsylvania politics, lie began with tho state ment: "If the next four years don't give good times to tho United States, tho now century will usher in changes that will bo severely felt in tho most remote corner of tho world. Pennsyl vania's responsibility in tho adminis tration of national affairs is thrown upon her congressmen and two sena tors. Tho terms of these senators ex pire, one at the beginning and tho other during President MoKinl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 January 1897

'APM0NITI8N. K DID you welcome, New Ycarl Your Joyful dawn WO HltlKl 4BSS And have you brought tin uoldcn ulftu Boncnth your nhlnlnir wIiik7 O, will your skies be nlwuyB fair. Your seasons always ;ay, With not n singlo cloud to mar Tho brightness of tho day? And will you toll tho sprltiKtlmo Tier favors wo bojipenk, When wo In sylvan Kladcs nnd glena Her earliest trophlcn seek? .Will Mnrcli forbear to flout ub With blustering J I ben and jeers, And April show bnr sunniest million In placo of frowns nnd tears? Will summer brlriR her rones To deck tho woodland bowors, .With not a slnglo cruel thorn Concealed nmonn her (lowers? And will ithe coyly Manor When harvest rones ko round, Till all the glcamln;; swaths are cut And golden sheaves arc bound? O, toll tin, hnppy New Year, Will all our friends be (rue. And will each etipo'eruow with Joy Unmixed with tnsto of ruo? Will every heart bo Joyful, And overy eyo bo brl;ht, With not a hIiikIo tear to dim Tho luster of their Hl;lit? "Ah, no,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 January 1897

M y v f ' & , HUMOROUS. Tip "I hear old Snngsby left a cool million behind." Nip "How elso could ho keep it cool." Truth. Mrs. Kastoii "I understand that your husbund can't meet his creditors." Mrs. Weston"! don't believe he wnnto to, especially." Tit-Bits. "Have you any trouble in meetinpr your creditors, old chap?" Artist "No dilliculty whatever. Meet 'em everywhere, old boy." Larks. Arthur "I would marry thnt girl but for one thing." Chester "Afraid to pop tlvc question." Arthur "No. Afraid to question the pop." Brooklyn Life. "Hoggs is quite versatile, isn't he?" "I should say he was. Why, when that man came to mark his election ballot ho made n different kind of cros at th head of each party ticket." Cleveland I'lain Denier. She "Charlie, the engagement ring you gave me has E. C engraved on it. I hope you were never engaged before!" He "Never, darling. M3. C ptniids for tun cr well, that means 18 carat." Tit Bits. "I am really delighted at the in terest my bov Tommy is talc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 January 1897

iCvwBitgaMJUuitjji)jjCTrvrei?wriiuiwrjiiutB iii'jiii'Ma'jv.iijjjuii.wjujnrxTOJu The Nebraska Advertiser UU K.tJ'lllillS J'ublhitr. iunaOIUPTIOK 81.50 I'KIt YKAII FRIDAY. JANUAHVl, 181)7. (OMMISSION'BHS'I'HOCKISIJINGS. Tlio coimnlsMloncrHof Nemaha conn ty nu't In regular adjourned &phsIoii December IB, lSfiu. Muiuherfl present: LoiiIh Ihistinn, W. M. Davis and Frank Mclnincli, commissioners; II. JO. I'oery, clerk. Tim following business was bad inn) done lowit: Petition of Charles Schartz and eight olliois asking that Vj. Shnivo ho ap pointed constable, of Itrownvillu pre cinct was urautud and tmid E. Sbravo wan appointed. The county treasurer wan ordered to coinbtitu and collect Iuxmh on twenty-, flglit feet on the hoiiLIi side of lot a of 10 and four feet on tile north Hldu of lot f of 10 for tho yoar 1801 at a valu ation of SMft. The county treasurer was ordered to transfer the school tax on the south., west, (inarter of nection 155, town 0, range 1.1, Jl) 20, from hoIiooI dis...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 January 1897

V r, r ebmsfa Mdvertmr. TOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 8, 1897. NUMBER 28 y: m v-A M V 1 X j EaITlKmiiI;l3MaIyn B CURLS WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. Drt Cough Bjrup. TMtoauood. Use! vx time. Sold or drueitleu. ryu. W. W. KEELING, Nemaha Oitt, Nbuuaka., Office Qrat door south of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notary Public Nemaha. City, Neb. NEMAH&B&RBERzSHBP H. A. Thompson, Prop. HhnvliiK, Shampoonlne. , liulr nresolnif. Ka7.or Honelnr, pcclul intention piild to Indies and Children. Aventor Nebraska City titeam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In IIIliost pricoH pftldlfor hides, lurd, tailow gAtue, etc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. l.C. SUTTON. M. D.. Sliubert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All callB promptly answored, duy or night. 7-17 . I J. L. Jlelvin, M.D., JPh. n. PHYSICIAN&HDSURGEON Sl'KCIAi-nKS: Diseases of the Sklu, DIh OHHet o Women iuk! Children Will prmiinlU' answer nil calls, either day or nli?ht. onico "i reHldenoc. Nemaiia, - - Nebraska BBe!!&ndrews...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 January 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i XT. XV. 8ANIJK118, I'ulilUher. NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. WHERE MOTHER IS. In the crimson nnd koIiI of the sottlnrr nun Tho wlilto Httlu lunibs o'er tlio incadowri run; And the birds wing their wny to tlio nwoet homo-tiem, Where Ih wnltliiff tho ono thnt Iovcb thctn l)CRt. There's n voice In tho hrcezo thnt fjocn wnn dorlng by, .And u whlxpur thnt falls from the deepen ing sky; Oh, the inothcr-henrt cnlln to ench weary rover, And where mother In, homo In, tho wldo world over! Tin tho hour of tho brook on Itn silvery wny, Tho crickets hfivo chirped It with dnrlccn- ItiK diiy; And the II rut penrly stnr In tho nzuredomo HecniH to whlnper u mcsHnge sweet of home. In tho bud ami tho loaf nml tho slumbering (lower Thcro'B n thought of tho pence of the rcst- kIvIiik hour, When tho mothur-henrt calls to ench wenry rover, Anil whero mother 1b, homo Ib, tho wldo world over! Now the brown been hnvo ended their day long lIIUBt, Tho huttcrlllo.s folded tlielr wings to rest; And...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 January 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i i i l,. . ., TT. W. HANDKIta, VuMUher. 1 i NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. WHERE MOTHER IS. In tlio crimson and ko)1 of the ncttlnc sun The whlto littlu lutnliH o'er tho meltdown run; And thn birds wing tholr way to tho nwoot hornc-ncst, Where Ih waiting tho ono that Iovch them l)ORt. Thcro'B n volco In tho brcczo that goes wan dering by, .And n whisper thnt fnlln from the deepen ing nky; Oh, Die mother-heart calls to each weary rover, And whom mother In, homo In, tho wide world over! Tin tho Honi; of tho hrook on Itn silvery way, Tho crlrkotfl havo chirped It with darken In day; And the llrnt pearly star In the azure domo Heeiim to whisper u message sweet of homo. In tho hud and tho leaf and tho slumbering (lower Thcro'H a thought of the peace of the rent giving hour. When tho mother-heart calls to each weary rover, .And whero mother In, homo In, tho wide world overl Now the hrown heen havo ended their day long (UCHt, The lnittcrllloH folded their wings to rent; .And th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 January 1897

. . tiuttrA, y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDUKS, 1'ubltiher. 1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FOR THOSE WHO GROW ROSES. Somo Ynrlrtlcfl of the Toi Itoso niul Their Uontl Point. The line hybrid tun rose, Augusta Vic toria is classed by one llorlst as among bis "thoroughbreds." It has n largo, dark, glossy green leaf and produces, with average freedom, great blooms which are beautiful in the bud, or half blown, or when fully out, with no Htameus seen, and their pure white petals just tinted at the center with lemon yellow. A plant of mailing size bad in ten weeks from planting two line blooms, one of 8!2, and another of 04 petnls. The blossoms were larger the second year. The bush had grown to be 14 inches high, and 17 inches across. Nearly every one of the long, clean new shoots had a blossom, one four inches across with 104 petals. (A fair hized Alfred Colomb has 12.".) The rose is of German origin, and its only fault is that it is tender and must be taken up over winter. The white La Franc...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 January 1897

. . .JMiTUL. . t V Il I- y ! ' 1 !? THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES W. W. SANDKKS, Fubltiher. i NEMAHA, NEBKASKA. FOR THOSE WHO GROW ROSES. Soma Varieties ot the Ton Itoo mid Their Good Point. The fine hybrid tun rose, Augusta Vic toria is classed by one Uorlst as among liis "thoroughbreds." It Iiob a large, dark, glossy green leaf and produces, with average freedom, great blooms which are beautiful in the bud, or halt blown, or when fully out, with no stamens seen, and their pure white petals just tinted at tho center with lemon yellow. A plant of mailing size bad in ten weeks from planting two lino blooms, one of 82, and another of 04 petals. The blossoms were larger the second year. The bush had grown to be 14 inches high, and 17 inches across. Nearly every one of the long, clean new shoots had n blossom, one four inches across with 104 petals. (A fair sized Alfred Colomb lias 12.".) The rose is of German origin, nnd its only fault in that it is tender and must be taken up over winter. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 January 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKKH, 1'uhllihcr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. j.xj.J.x.x.yxxj.AXJ.xJ.xj.xJ..tJ. r JANUARY 1897. Vx- J -I j ilSun. Mon. A i7 J8 14 25 4 31 Thur. Trl. Sat. 2 I- 14 16 J9 26 20 27 21 28 23 30 t- t TfTTTtVTfTTTfTVTTTTtTTTT the wokld"at" "laiigr :.. i ' . j... . 1" Summary of tho Dally Nows. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tin: sugar schedule was tho subject of tlio hearing before tho huti.su ways and means cominittco on tho 30th. Tlio producers want higher dtttioK all along tlio lino and tho refiners only on roflnod sugar and not so high duties on raw. llici'itKHKNTATlVK Walk mi, of Massa chusetts, chairman of tho house com mittuo on hanking and currency, will liinko a dotormined effort to perfect Homo legislation on tho currency dur ing tlio present session of congress. Sknatoh Woi.coit, of Colorado, chairman of tho special cotnmittuo to urrango for n bimetallic conference of tho natioim of the world, in going abroad to confer with European bi metallists on tho subject, Tho tr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 January 1897

mn.wiwmn"iHMMiimiiiiiuiniinj 11' ! I- M r 1 CONGRESS AT WORK PofTor Introduces a Bill to Improvo tho Banking Business. TO REDUCE THE DEATH PENALTY. Tim Ilousn Pollutes tho r.oud 1'ostnl Hill A Isolation l'lisaed About Certain Union Vncllln Ormitit of Land hi Knnsim. Washington, .To.n. C The senate re assembled at noon yesterday, after the two weeks' holiday recess. The meet ing1 was without unusual incident, tho attendance on tho lloor and in the gal leries being1 somewhat monger. In tho course of the chaplain's prayer ho in voiced a "restoration of our industries and tho return of prosperity." Mr. Hoar, of Massachusetts, called atten tion to a petition from tho Massachu setts Historical society, urging that tho old ship Constitution bo perma nently preserved and placed at tho Washington navy yards, where, like Kelson's famous frigate, Victory, at Portsmouth, Eng., tho ship be used as :i naval museum. Among the bills Introduced were those by Mr. Puffer, of Kansas, "to improvo tho ba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 January 1897

c CHRONOLOGICAL. Briof Notoa of tho Moro Important HnpponlngiB of 1800. THE YEAR AT HOME AND ABROAD. financial and IndaatrUI Interrtt Nota ble I)lters of Varlou Kind Crime md Lynching Tho I'olltlcHl Aruim BporUman' Column, IIUSINI'.HH FAII.UUI'.H. A FEW OF THE 1IIC2 BANKING CON CERNS. Jan. 11 Exchange Greeley Center, Neb. Jan. 16 Irlsh-Amcrlcuii, Minneapolis. Jan. 17 Farmers national, Portsmouth, O. Jan. 20 Bank of Commerce, Grand Island, Neb. Mar. tr Hunk of Frankfort, Midi.... Mnlnchl Muynurd'n, Apple River, III, Apr, 22 American national, Donver, Col., ISCT.,231. Apr. 21 Ornnd ForkH (N, D.) national. May 2S llanlt of Now England, Munches tor, N. II. Juno 11 John A. Thompson's bnnlc, Ed Inburg, Ind. ...First national, Lnrned, Kan. Juno 10 First natlonul, and Bunk of Clicney, Choncy, Wash. Auk. 0 American national, Now Orleans Aug. 11 Bocurlty, Duluth, Minn.; $800,000 ....Murray Mill, New York, fiiOU.OW. Auk. 12 Hank at National City. Col. Aug. 28 Sioux national, Bloux City, la., S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 January 1897

5 1 ' f n m ft V ,r thefarmingworld. REMEDY FOR ROUP. . Uow to Fight TliU, tlio Worst Knotny of tho l'ouUrynuui. Just now, when the chilly winds of winter howl nbout the crack-bedecked hcnhoiiKc and surge through, the broken glnss, or with a doleful moan find the knotholes, is a hurvest time for the dendly roup. Speaking of this worst rnemy of the poullrynmn, 1". II. Jacobs Bays: "For the roijp give a tcaspoonful of raw egg (white and yolk slightly beat en together), three times a day. For Hwclled eyes, anoint once a day with vaseline and sprinklea pinch of chlorate of potash down the throat Add a tea spoonful of chlorate of potash to every pint of drinking water. Keep the birds warm and feed meat, raw or cooked, as :i part of the ration. Mix a pint of spir its of turpentine with a bushel of lime that has air-slacked. Mix it intimately r.nd you may use more turpentine if you prefer. Scatter it everywhere, on floors, yards, roosts, in nests, and do not miss a square inch of space. Cl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 January 1897

ml a MKxwmmmrrixrwtttaKn The Nebraska Advertiser llW HJJ'ltJltH. I'uMl.h.r, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1807. PJtOTlt ACTED M KET1NO . Itev. C. II. Gllmors will bogin a proi (i acted meeting at tho Methodist church tti Notnaha ono wok from next Sunday niKht .Ian. 17th. When tho army worms Mcurno last year, Wallace's Karmor, tho wuokly ugrlculturnl paper published at Dea Moines, Iowk, promptly told Its read' era how to fight thorn, and In this way saved them thousands of dollars. Ev ery number of this paper la worth the SI. 00 which la charged for a year's Biibaorlpllou . Writo for a freo sample copy on a postal card. Wo will Bond Wallace's Farmer and Tub Advkk Tisicit both one year for 1.7fi. The loijlalaturo met Tuesday, and is now fully organized and ready for bus iness. J. N. QafTin waa oleoted speaker of the houiio and Frank Hansom prosN dont protom of the senato. J. VV. J3arnhart.editor of tlia Auburn Herald, waa elected second assistant clerk of tho house of representatives the only Ne...

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