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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1897

t k A : FOR ARBITRATION. DJotinguished Oitlzons Attest Thoir Approbation of tho Troaty. NATIONAL SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION. Bliss Anttinny Dcllvcrn Her Aimiml Address ns President mill nn Ovation Is Ac corded Her An Arbltnitlou Tri'iity with Ji'ruiiec. Washington, Jim. ST. A large meet ing1 of the friends of tho arbitration treaty between the United States and Groat Hritain now pending in the sen ate was held in the Grand opera house yesterday afternoon. Tho eall for tho meeting was signed by ex-Secretary Foster, who succeeded Sir. JJlane, in President Harrison's cabinet; Chief Justice Melville Fuller, of tho United .States supremo court; Bishop John li Hurst, Bishop H. Y. Satterlee, Presi dent H. L. Whitman, of Columbia uni versity; Rev. J. I). Stafford, and other prominent citizens. Thepurpose of the meeting was stated in tho call to bo tho public attestation of the approba tion of the great principles of arbitra tion embodied in the pending treaty. The audience was a largo and distin ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1897

- ,.. r,'Tfc--'W fJitf " !$ .. -. (ii I .. ii " : i i i Ji TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL It Will Bo n Tnily Itoproaontatlvo Amorlcan Exposition. Xwclvo Grout Htrurturo L'nnntltnto Urn nil Oroup Tlmt Co in pur o J'nvor Hbly with tlia Wlillu City ot Chicago' 1'nlr. Special Nnshvillo (Tona) Lottor. Tlio upproprJution by tho United States congress of $130,000 for u build ing and a government exhibit ut the TcnncHficoCeiilcnnlul und Internutlonnl exposition completes the grand seheino of tho exposition mnuugcra und rounds out tho uuccesH for which (hey have labored no diligently and cillelently during the past 12 montliB. The brond scope of the enterprise as originally plauucd has been fully provided for, and that which many thought to bo Im possible litis been accomplished. Tho main buildings, representing ooiiio of the fluent specimens of ancient Architecture tho world has ever known, have been erected and completed with "tho Blnglo exception of the History building ono of the grandest of the e...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1897

WBBKEKKKIKI r7i t I HCW IT CAME ABOUT THAT THE RIVAL KINGDOMS OF NEQERANTERBERQENSTEIH AND WILDHOHENSOUNEWALD WERE UNITED. lh sui Copyright, 1S07, by Mitchell & Miller. Not l'rlde, Hut Cnutlon. Sweet Girl Mother, Mr. ,'icefellov is coming to take mu out riding this afternoon. 1 mny go, mayn't IV Motiier If he drives up with a span of spirited horses, you can go; butif he comes with that broken-down" old nag he had lust time, you shan't. "Why, mother, 1 didn't suppose you would ever have such foolish pride." "My dear, n young man who comes with n pair of spirited horses expects to drive with both hands." N.-t. Weekly. Olio "Way of Looking lit It. Minnie O, I'm superstitious about Friday! Ida Would you decline a proposal on Friday V Minnie Well ah! if it were satis factory in other respects I might think it unlucky to decline. Chicago Trib une. , Fetched. "So a mere bonnet brought you to this?" "Yes," sobbed the culprit. "It was very fetching." She was thereupon remanded to cus to...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1897

tf-atxtWHp1 -'WMw,wwm'-n -lt.-T Mr .. ,mymfK-tf n The Nebraska Advertiser iAAJS"VV FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 18!)7. awwsnoawi i inrrrrmi mi n imiiiw iihimi i naimi County Commissioners. OilloUl I'rocucilliiu or Tlmt II oily nt Tln-lr IjilNt lUcbtlntf, The county comrnissinern of Nema ha county mut in regular adjourned session January 12, 181)7. Members present: Leula Kantian, W. M. Davis, 35, P. Mclntncli, commissioners; ir, E Peory, county cleik. Tlio following busitioaa was had and dona to-wit: Tim following roud supervisors' settlements were examined and ups proved: A Niucehelfier sup'r Diflt No 5 S.'IO 75 y Mark land " " 14 1)) 00 C 0 Lambert " " J8 28 00 MJ Armstrong " " j.i III . 14 ilenry Bulk " " is 27 00 "V T Ruasoll " " 34 14 72 O Wolilera " " m n7 oo .Jacob bhulfor " " n 80 85 C w Jtuheru " " xi lit 77 1 P llartxul " " 4.J 0 a;$ Ed Kcrlin " " 20 ao 75 J O Rid fern " " 25 27 ou Win Ui uber " " .ill 18 87 H J Gerties " " 45 27 00 1) Koggo " " U0 (JO 75 J W Jioico " " oi 27 50 J W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1897

rwA ' M " r 1 ebmskn Mdvertiser. n & i : VOLUME XL1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEB. 19, 1897. NUMBER 34 h, 9B IP lit a ' f , k A" ? t 0 h K B. . fj; ? t I 7 , f. !. !& .'). lrL JHln UUHtS WMtKt ALL tLSh MIS. Dt Cough Byrup. Tastes Good. Ueo in umo. Hoiq vy anxmiM. m pil. W. W. KEELING, Nbma.uA. City, Neuraka.. OQlco first door south of Park hotel. HEMAHAsrB&RBERsSHQP H. A'. Thompson, Prop. WiAvliiB, Hliatniioonluc, ' Unlr DrcRslnB, JlHr.or Houelnc. Special attention paid to Ladles and Children. Ayentfor Nebraska City Steam Laundry. Kerker & Eoover, Denier in :MHEJ.ATS Highest prices putd. for UkloH, lard, tiulow garao, etc NEMAHA OITY, NEBRASKA. Tc. SUTTON, M. D.. Slmbert, Nebraska,. Does a general practice. All calls promptly answered, day or night. 7-17 J. L, Aleluln, M.D. Ph. . pimicinsiGf.01! SPEOiA. ES: Ulwnscsor tho Slcln, I)Ir. .. PHKPf r Women mid Children Will pnnnnM .ttiswer- nil culls, cither dtiy or nii?iu. umco "i resilience Nomina, - Local News. Muddy ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1897

y.vs v 3 A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER TV. TV. HAKUV.UH, X'oblliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE GRUMBLER. II1B YOUTH. His cnp wn too thick and his coat wuu too thin; lie couldn't bo quiet; ho hated n din; IIo hated to write nnd he hated to rond; Ho wan cortulnly very much Injured In deed! TIo must study nnd toll over work ho de tested; Ills parents wcro strict, nnd ho never wn rested; IIo knew ho wnn wrotehod nu wretched could he I Thcro was no ono so wretchedly wretched as hoi HIS MATURITY. Ills farm was too small and hlii taxes too blgj IIo wnn Holnnh and Inzy, and cross as a plR! Ills wlfo was too silly, his children too rudo, And Just been mo he wns uncommonly Rood! lie hndn't Kot money onouuh nnd tospuro; IIo had nothing at all lit to cut or to wear: IIo knew ho wna wretched u wretched could ho; Thcro was no ono so wretchedly wretched as he. Ilin OLD AQI3. IIo finds he has sorrows moro deep than his foara; IIo grumbles to think ho has grumbled for yennj; IIo g-rumblos to think ho has cr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1897

kU&jGSjrttlit;iuum4 b I tit 1 f l N Lit L'l n i ri , x t i J f . N . 8, fc -x X Jk ) A-GREAT STIttJCTORE. It Span3 the Hnrlora Rivor at Now York Oity. -Completion of (he New York Con- trnl'M Four-Truck DriMv-llrltlUu mill an Ininiciino Steel Vlatliict. One of tho most remarkable feats of engineering on record Is just com pleted, and the passenger entering New York from the north now rides over one of the grandest examples of eteel railway construction 3et accom plished in this age of marvelous results in that direction. Going south, at Ono Hundred nnd Forty.-ninth street, the tracks of the New York Central begin to rise gradu ally, and at One Hundred and Thirty Fifth street they cross the Harlem rivor on the new four-track steel draw bridge, at an elevation of 24 feet above high tide. This massive structure is remarkable In being the first four-track drnw bridge ever constructed, and is the END VIEW OF THE NEW YORK CENTRAL'S NEW FOUR-TRACK STEEL DRAW-BRIDGE OVER THE HARLEM RIVER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1897

e THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8AHDK118, I'ubllnlier. t NEMAHA, .... NEBRASKA VXXXAXAXXJ.XX4.JII.J.J.XJ.J.XAJUAJLAV FEBRUARY--1897, f Suiul Mon. Tub. Wed, Thur. Fri. Sat. ' J2 3 4?T: JLJiiiJiL- 2J 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 : - - -'! - i - I. - - - THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WANHINOTOX NOTKS. Makio.v, tho youngest of the three daughters of President and Mrs. Cleve land, was christened at tho white house on tho 11th. Dr. Jlyron S. Sunderland, tho pastor of tho First 1'reshytorian church, olllciated. Commishionuii WmniiT, of the hurcau of labor, has transmitted to congress, in obedience to a joint resolution direct ing tho investigation, a report relative to the employment of men, women and children in the United States. 'I'm: postmastor-genoral has issued an order establishing tho house-to-house mail collection and salo of stamps by carriers to patrons at Omaha, Nob. Pni:siiK.vr and Airs. Cleveland gave their annual reception to tho army and navy and marine corps at th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1897

, I J is f JT B 1 t J- i;1 Ei fo i f- T.. IV X BANKRUPTCY BILL Tho Moasuro Takon Tip in tho Son ato as UnQniehod Businoss. SUNDRY CIVIL APPROPRIATION BILL. It Pannes the UntiNO Under Suspension of lluli'H JiiRt ii It Cituio from tho Com mittee 1'onMoii Legislation lti tho Evening. Wabiunoton, Feb, 10. The setmto was in 'executive session most of yes terday, but the open session afforded suflicient time for a sharp controversy over proceeding with Mr. Morgan's res olution to abrogate the Cluyton-Hul-wer treaty. Mr. Sherman Interposed numerous points of order against Mr. Morgan, and when the chair sustained them the Alabama Senator referred to his being "victimized" by the presid ing oillcer and Mr. Sherman. Mr. Stevenson retorted sharply that there was no disposition to "victimize" the Alabama senator. On a vote, Mr. Mor gan carried his point, and tho Cluyton Ilulwor resolution was taken up. As it involved question of executive business the senate went into executive session. At four...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1897

!i ii ii gimfif' f v arriu ND no, you'd have mu toll tho lulu Mv father oft told tA.1 w M ) mo! CJL V A Btory of tho days . , when palo IIopo Hod, and mlwory Stood Htark nud grim before that band Of men beyond compare Tho talo of Washington tho grand, Who crossed tho Dcluwarol One Christmas night, long years ago, When ilirllly cold wlndn blew, And through tho durlcened air the snow On frozen pinions flow, A llttlo band of patriot souls Stood bravo and fearless whero In Icluess and iingor rolla Tho fro t ful Dclawaro. Nor Ico, nor storm, nor cruel blnst Can hold those horooii back; Tlioy havo ri'Holvcd; tho die Is cast For freedom's causel A track Of blood upon the snow they've left From shoeless feet and baro; Of all llfc-'s comforts they're bereft, IJcsldo tho Delawaro. Hut "Onward 1 Onward!" Is tho word Their bruvo commander speaks. "When thro' tho storm his voice Is heard Each oon of freedom seeks 'To dp his bidding; put usldo Id ovory woo and care There's vlct'ry o'er tho Icy ti...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1897

! J ! r Y u Ir . f- 1 ft -w U A X THE FARMING WORLD. THE AMERICAN FARMER. lie Can Sccuro No ltcforinn Envo Those of Ills Own Sinking. There arc n good many discournghij things for the Amcricnu former to con tcmplatc nt this time. Some of them aro political, some economic, some so ciul. Some nre due to the sclllsliness mid greed of man, some to corrupt in fluences in public phtccs, some to ig norance as to remedies to be applied. Most of these discouragements are the outgrowth of years and can be correct ed only by time and experience. Alcau .lline the farmer sutlers. But the farmer cannot escape re sponsibility if ho permits untoward conditions which nre within his own control to continue. The other day a representative of the Farmers' Voice discovered a large farmer in the "corn belt" of Illinois who had stored up in his, granaries three crops of corn 1804, 'U5, 'DO and who would not sell a bush .ol because the price ho had himself ilxed throe years ago had not been reached. That m...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 February 1897

rnmummmmt4 The Nebraska Advertiser FUIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1807. UL-.- - ' ' "' J" JI.JJJ County CommisBionors. OITlclitl Frocei'illttKM of That Unit)' nl Tliclr Ijiint .llrolliia. Commissioners met February 2, UD7 purauunt to adjournment. All moms bora present. Tho following business was trnnsHct- ed: Part of lot 1 In northeast quarter of section 5, town A, range lfl, was or- do j I'd sold for delinquent taxes for the years 1870 to 1893 Inclusive for not leap than 845. lllds for building bridges woro open ed and 11. F.SteutiiVille'B bid of S04 waH accepted. Settlement with tho treasurer was then taken up and tho samo psndlng board adjourned to February :), 1807.' Hoard nlet pursuant to adjournment, all members present, when the follow ing was transacted . The following ollloiul bonds were approved ; .James Smlthera, Buporvisor ofdls triet No. 2. 0. E. Lambert, supervisor of district No 38. J. W. lioico, supervisor of district No. 31. ' Robert I Smith, supervisor of dis trict No. 31. R...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 February 1897

TijV " r i nnnni jmin miuMn.il ma xnmouiiKMJiuiuiwijiiwmij n UJIIU1W.IJIIWIIIII)l.M1l;.JWWiJWHIWI ebmshn Advertiser. VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEB 26, 1897. NUMBER 35 ' T ft i LlttL. &e M- V S K I I h y4 .4r A V CUKL8 WHfcKt ALL tlSt FAILS. Boat CourU Syrup. Tostea Good. In tlmo. Fold by drtiRRlRtK. I Uso T)U. W. W. KEELING, Neh.uia City, Nebraka. Odlce first door south of Park hotel. W,W. SANDERS, Notary Public NemahalCity, JTeb. NEM&H&B&BBERzSHOP H. A. ihompson, Prop. Bhnvlntr, miampoonliiet , Uulr Dressing, Razor llonelnjf, Spaclnl nttentlon pnld to LnHe mid Children. Aycntor Nebraska City Steam Laundry, Kerker & Hoover, Dealer in Hkliost prices pulil. for hitloH, lurd, tallow game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C.SUTTON. Kl. D., Slmbert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All callB promptly answered, day or night. 7-17 J. L. Jlelvin, ?I.T). J?h. . PHMIW SURGEON C l'KOIA. iKS: DlHonsenor tho SlcJn, DIk Outset ci YV'oninu mid Children WH1 prontnti tui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 February 1897

fl fl THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER TT. XV. HANDKItS, l'ubllshor. NEMAnA, NEBRASKA. THE SURPRISED AVOWAL. When one word 1b npoken,. When ono look you bc, When you tnkc tho token, llown'er bo Blight It bo, Tlio enrco'n bolt lu broken, Tho happy bird In free. There li no unrmylng Th ut lovo-ntnrtlcd word; It woro Idlo praying It no inoro bo heard; Yot, lta law obeying, Who uhall blnino tho bird? Wlmt avails tho mondlng When tho cngo wnn wonk? What nvnlln tho Bonding Knr, tho bird to seek, When ovory eldud 1b lending Wings toward yonder pcnk7 ThriiBh, could they rccapturo Vou to newer wiong, How could you adapt your Strain to suit tho throng? Gone would bo tho rapturo Of tinlinprluoned song. Ilobort U. Johnson, In Century. IN THE GllASJL' OF ODIN. jiY !i:oK(ii: u. coomkh. OMI3 30 years njro I belonged to the whip Hollo, lylny: nt Hotter (1 n rn, and after wo hud re niiiined there Koine weeks our cnptnln R-ota freight for Itargcn, in Nor way. We were to tnhc back a load of pine lumber, but on...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 February 1897

' 3 "t X Jv ; TIE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES W. W. 8ANDKIIS, 1'ublUhor. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, HINTS TO HUSBANDS. Sicscstlons Condiulvo to n Quiet I-lfo In tho Now Woiuim Km. To begin the tiny well is half the battle, and iv husband's first duty should be to rise quietly ut five in the morning eo ns not to break in upon the wife's slumbers until he has prepared the "breakfast. She will then nwnke in good temper, nnd if the coffee is properly Rcttled she may even rewurd you by saying so. Pack the children off to school im mediately after breakfast before you do the dishes as nothing is so apt to upset a satisfactory beginning its the chatter of my lady's brood while she is reading the morning papers. Be particular that absolute quiet is preserved in the house during mad am's hour of thought nftcr breakfast and have her bicycle cleaned nnd ready for her morning spin at ten sharp. While she is gone sweep, air and dust the house, but by no inadvertence dis turb the papers that litter her desk. Noth...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 February 1897

i J Kl-' im"inmm H WWWi'UWW-' I !' ,' It ' .. 1 'I I: THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ..... , , ,.M W. "VF. SANDKIM, l'ubtliher. NEMAnA, NEBRASKA. THE WOULD AT LAKGE, Summary of tho Dally Nowa WASHINGTON NOTES. Sncur.TAiiY Cakmsi.e, Postmnslor Gcncrnl Wilson and tlio members o tho Virginia congressional delegation left Washington on a special truin for Winchester, Va., to attend tho funeral of tho late Hon. Kaudolph Tucker on tho lOtli. Tin: supremo council of tho National Fanners' Alliance and Industrial union at Washington on tho 17th elected of ficers for tho ensuing year as follows: President, Mann Pago, Virginia; vico president, 0. Vincent, Indianapolis, Ind.; secretary-treasurer, W. P. Urlcker, Pennsylvania. President Cleveland has been in formed that tho friends of tho arbitra tion treaty considered it advisable not to attempt to forco its passage by this congress, tis avoto now would probably result in its defeat. Mr. Cleveland ex pressed his disappointment, Tins national congress o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 February 1897

I II r W. A-t '1 i 41 i. c FOREST RESERVES. Tho ProBidont Isbuob Proclamationo Sotting Asldo Tirabor Lands. TIIE INDIAN APPROPRIATION BILL. Tho Claune Directing Temporary ContrncU for Sectarian Schools Agreed To Tho General Deficiency lllll russed Tho 1'errlno Grant. Washington, Feb. 23. President Cleveland celebrated tho 105th anni versary of tho birth of George Wash ington by signing and promulgating 13 proclamations, establishing as many additional forestry reservations con taining an aggregate area of 21,370,400 acres, two-fifths the area of tho stato of Kansas. Secretary Francis' report to tho president on the subject shows that a commission visited most or .all of the forest reservations and other public forests of tho United States, devoting three months of hard travel and careful study, without compensation, to the work assigned them. Tho amount of land in each reservation already entered under the general land law is, tho secretary points out, insignificant, and tho por tio...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 February 1897

. ,.. mf .,-" ,nwrW4pt!m ?" ' 'J V&v.." K ' 1 M I AGRICULTURAL HINTS REFORM BADLY NEEDED. IiKlliinu'fl Oovnrnor DIkouhho.i tho i:n- forcuuimtt of ltoud J.iiwm. Good roads aru essential to our high est development socially, Intellectually and financially. Many counties In otir tatc, actuated by a commendable spirit o progress, are rapidly improving the highways. In tlic near. future some of our counties will have a coniplott! sys icm of free gravel roads. Tho main thoroughfares hi these counties, hav ing been graveled and received by the county commissioners, are kept in re pair at the county's expense. The supervisor, being thus relieved from care of the innin thoroughfares, is en bled lo concentrate the labor and tax nt his disposal upon the lateral roads; hence all will soon be improved. The economy In road Improvement will soon OOV. MOUNT, OP INDIANA. he demonstrated by the fact that the counties having the best roads 'will maintain them at less cost than the in ml roads, wit...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 February 1897

tmtiAJifj A i 4P i 31 if 1 1 I y ) m r- ft m Could VTo lint Know. Could wo but know tho things our best friends sny, When we'ro away, And how wo serve Tor targets for attack, We'd not como back. Could wo but know tho things they never say, When wo'ro away, About our conscious dignity and fame, We'd quit tho game. Chicago Evening News. In No Dniigor. Resident Colonel, let mo caution you to dritili no water while in town unless it is spring water or has been thoroughly boiled. Visitor I drink nothing, Bah, but what has been thoroughly distilled, sail. Chicago Tribune. Giving tho FuotK. "Scribbs, I have ueeepted a position in an insurance olllce." "Yes; they told me that you begged for it, and were glad to get it." Chica go Itccord. A Case la I'olut. Miss Trion (quoting) Wise men make proerbs, and fools repeat them. Miss Smnrt (musingly) Yes; I won der what wise man made the one you jubt repeated. Tit-Hits. A LOVE A maiden, liuviug fallen in love with failed to warm his frozen heart, b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 February 1897

IfveiE.- , Ako- The Nebraska Advertiser W.W. JJ"BMtH rubUihtr. FRIDAY, FEiMUAKY 20, 1897. Tho following is tho program of ex ercisea given ut tho celebration of Washington's Birthday last Monday.by the Nemaha high bcIiooI: Song, A muricu Hy tho Scliotl Esauy, Progress of 105 Years Viola Burns Essay, Tho Boyhood of Washington Cyrua Minick Uocitation, Washington. .Daisy Fra.ior Essay, Eurly Settlements in America Dirssio Frost Essay, Washington's Perilous Journey in 1753 Lillian Minick Essay, At Ft. Necessity and Braddock'a Defeat Maudo Aue Esauy, Washington on His Farm Lola Seabun Saag, Oolumbia, the Gem of the Ocean Young Ladies Essay, History of Rounoke Islnnd Loren Drumm Easay, Washington at lion ton Luie Kerkr Essay, Washington at Trenton Llzzlo Molvln Essay, Washington at Valley Forge Stella Washburn Essay, Washington at Yorktown Emery Howe Song, Flag of tho Free. .Young Ladle Easily, Gapt. John Smith. .Poarl Hums Declamation, Address of Washington to Ilia Troops Chas. Burns Ess...

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