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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 April 1897

( f h r ( T I i R?f8l! crudo or refined, and muriate of .jtasn. 1'ulu. Qulnla, sulphate of and all alkaloids or salts of cinchona bark. Rags, not otherwise specially provided Itehnets, raw or prepared. Saffron nnd safllowcr and extract of, and saffron cake. Boko, crude, i Salacln. Seeds Anise, caraway, cardamon. cot ton, cummin, fennel, fenugreek, hemp, hoarhound, mustard, rape, St. Johns urend on bone, sugar beet, tnanBlewurzcl. Forsnum or stigar cano for seed and all llcwer and grass seeds; all tho roregolng not specially provided for. Salop or saluup. ' Shotgun barrels, forged, rough bored. Silk, raw, or as reeled from the cocoon, out not doubled, twisted or advanced In manufacture; silk cocoons and silk waste. Silkworm eggs. Skeletons and other preparations of anatomy. Soda, nltrato of or cublo nitrato and chlorate of. Sodium. Specimens of natural history, botany nnd mineralogy, wiien imnorieu ror cau- incts or ns objects of pclcnce, Spices Cassia, cassia vera and cassia (buds; ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 April 1897

It$i- 'MWC nmmwmmmmmmmt 'mi 'v ittJM1 "'"!'.MBwimuiJW ,innanMf jmmju lawgi WITilJIIIIJimilUMlII M Cough Syrup. Tmu Good. UnM Du W. W. KEELING, N KM AHA OlTV, NlSMlAKA. Olllco Hrat door huiiIIi of Park hotel. " i. c7sOTT6N.lTDr" Shubort, Nebraska. The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. HA.y'ltJSItM, FutiHihtr, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 18i)7. Does h gnnentl practice. All promptly answered, day or night. W. W. SANDERS, calls 7-J7 Notary m Public Nomaha City, Nob. Kerker & Hoover, Denier In :m::e.a.ts WliBlioMt prlcoH patd.for hides, lanl, tnilow game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. O. SHUCK, Proprietor of thu NEMAHA VaLLEY Berkshire : Farm. , llrncilur of Thoroughbred HorkMhlro hon, Trlzo winning Htock. No better rulhwl. M prices ore to nccorditucu with tho tlmm. Heo Block iiml Kt prices. Kfirm 4 miles north west of Ncmuha. NEMAHA, - - - NKHKASKA. B.Bellftnclrews.ryi.D.Ph.D. Surgeon Specialist, Stella, - Nebraska Operations for Cutunict and nil opera tions on the eye, Verlcocole, Hernia, Hemorrhoids, e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 April 1897

' r I'lmmuwimuiiimwi n ujiMiwuwji'ijiuwujiiajuiiji,witiuuiiiuuiwjiiiuiiM f ebmski Mdvertteer. VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1897. NUMBER 41 5r ffe . y w h T r k A. Local 3STews. Mrs. Falrbank for tlno millinery. Complaint ia made of Btock running at large. Wm. Talley moved out on one the Gsrluw farmB Friday. Jorry Mnrlatt drove down from Au burn Friday morning. Dr. John B. Jack, of Brownville, visited Nemaha Tuesday. O P. Hendershot, of Hebron, Neb., was in Nemaha Thursday. Walter Hadlock visltsd Qlenrock two or three days this week. Ilev. Mr. Smith, of Nebraska City, was in town Monday and Tuesday. Thompson Paxton is gradually re covering from a severe attack of the grip One week from next Thursday the 22nd is Arbor day. Prepare to set out trues. Notice Sale of Stock Under Chattel Mortgage, to-morrow, Saturday, April 10th, 1807. at 2 o'clock p. m. Davidson Plasters ia the auctioneer. Carl Sanders in putting out several hundred fruit troes this spring on bis mother's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 April 1897

WlrTW."W'"t T-. !V- ,'.1 '! "' .! PS"- nr a ,; .. :w - PfVfXfW'T w '' ' W . , v-vv 'Ai , ') 'T ,)fp jp .uf) l-'-',7 grTMBUHHMMyMpBHyMHHMH ffi iBfflfflrllll T; titf i ' i m THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - VT. W. BANUKItS, I'ublUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. NOTHING TO DO. I have nhot iny arrown find spun my top, And band led my lant now ball; I trundled my lioop till I lind to atop. And Hwung till 1 got a fall; I tumbled my books nil out of the rIicIvob, And bunted ibo pictures through: I liavo nung tlicm where they muy sort themselves. And now I huvo nothing to do. fL'ho tower of Babel I built of blocks Cnmo down with a crash to thu floor; My train of cars ran over the rocku I'll warrant they'll run no more; I'vo raced with Grip till I'm out of breath; My slato Is broken In two, So I can't draw monkeys; I'm tired to death IIccaUHo 1 liuvu nothing to do. Maria linn gono to tho woods for (lowers, And Lucy and Hose are away After berries. I'm Huro thcy'vo been out for hours, I wonder what makes the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 April 1897

vf- rvr'fy?fn''v',m--W '" wi- ,ww'w'f.(Iraf)'is,!f', tuva: rjk &mr SlJ!l!WIHBI . k ' i! i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER m i W. IV. BANDKI18, ToblUher. i NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. NOTHING TO DO. I havo nliot iny arrows and npnn my top, And handled my Innt now ball: I trundled my hoop till I lind to stop. And bwiwk till I wot a rn.ll : I tumbled my books nil out of tlio nhelvoB, And hunted the pictures through: 1 havo Hunt; them whuro they may sort themselves. And now I lutvo nothing to do. Tho tower of nnbel I built of blocks Cnmo down with ii crnsh to tho lloor; My train of cars ran over tlio roclts I'll warrant they'll run no moroj I'vo raced with Grip till I'm out of breath; My slato Is broken In two, So I can't draw monkeys; I'm tired to death JJccaUHo 1 have nothing to do. Maria hno jjono to tho woods for (lowers, And Lucy and Hose arc uwuy After berries. I'm uuru thcy'vo been out for hours, I wonder what makes them stay? Ned wants to uaddlo Brunette for, me, Iiut riding Is nothing new; "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 April 1897

( r V- h I -r A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKKS, TublUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. SPRING GLEANING. An to Valuable IIlntM for Itctiovntlntr Old ami Soiled Article. An efficient and economical house wife will nhviiys welcome suggestions in matters of cleanliness and renova tion. To begin with, thu best cleanser cl lialr brushes is spirits of ammonia und warm water. Take a tnblespoon ful of ammonia to a quart of water, clip the bristles up and down in the wa ter without wetting tho back of tho brush, and rinso in clean warm water, then shake well and dry in the air, but not in the sun. Soap and soda soften tho bristles and will turn an ivory backed brush yellow, so in the case of -the latter the following treatment is Tecomniended: Hub plenty of Hour well in, wrap up in paper, and leave all night, give a good shaking and remote tho remaining Hour by blowing tho brush. All brushes and combs should bu kept in the dressing case, or in a bag made for tho purpose, when not in use, so .as t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 April 1897

f ' ( iVT n feti P- m: i pf w w L i IM. t "a. tap rvf li'- 5 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER . W. IV. SANDEItS, TiiblUher. 1 i NEMAIIA, NEBRASKA, SPRING GLEANING. A to Valuable Hint for Uciiovitlliicr Old ami Soiled Articles. An efficient nnd economical house wife will ahvnys w'elcomc suggestions in matters of cleanliness and renova tion. To begin with, the best cleanser cl lmlr brushes iu spirits of ammonia and warm water. Take u tublespoon ful of ammonia to a qunrt of wuter, dip the bristles up and down in the wa ter without wetting tho back of tho brush, and rinse in clean warm water, then shake well and dry in the air, but not iu the sun. Soap and soda soften the bristles and will turn an ivory backed brush yellow, so in the case of -the latter the following treatment is recommended: Hub plenty of flour well in, wrap up iu paper, nnd leave all night, .give a good shaking and remove the remaining Hour by blowing the brush. All brushes and combs should be kept in the dressing case, or in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 April 1897

'$0yw''ixwrrw WjrvTwTT'- - i..: 1iisls!,K?-'''', Ttym & c: i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XT. W. 8ANDKUH, 1'uulUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. VXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX APRIL 897. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat. 23 24 8 n J3 H 15 J8 19 20 2J 22 is 26 27 28 29 30 .i TnrtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'f THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tun statement that Gen. Lee's serv ices us consul-general nt Havana would bo dispensed with after April 15 is de nied by tho stato department at Wash ington. Tub Issue between Peru and tho United States with respect to tho im prisonment of Kamsay, tho American Bailor, Is becoming a serious matter, tho Peruvian government refusing to accede to tho demand of tho United States minister to act Itamsay at lib erty immediately. An enthusiastic gathering of ex-union soldiers was held at Washington the other night to form a soldiers' and sailors' national monument associa tion. Tho object of tho meeting was tho erection of a monument at Wash ington...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 April 1897

f V k If 1 e THE CUBAN WAR. Tho Resolution About Qoru Rivera Adopted in tho Sonato. ELR1NS WANTS AN AMERICAN MARINE Mr. Lindsay Advocates tho Torrcy Bank ruptcy 1U11 A Joint Kosolntlon l'usscd to Assist tho Flood Sufferers An Antl-Compctltlon 1)111. Yashinoton, April 0. Tho senate yesterday, by unanimous vote, adopt ed a resolution reciting1 tho reports that Gen. Ituis Rivera, the Cuban com mander, is about to be tried by a drum head court-martial and shot, and ex pressing tho judgment of tho senate that if these reports are true, the presi dent should protest to tho Spanish gov ernment against such a violation of the rules of civilized warfare. This resolution docs not go to tho house, and became effective as a measure of advice to the president by its adoption yesterday. Although opposition was withdrawn on the final vote, thcro was spirited opposition in tho early btages of tho debate, and it was a test vote on tho comparative strength of the Cuban and anti-Cuban sentiment in the...

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

W -irum.m,. vmsa h AGRICULTURAL HINTS GOOD TIMES COMING. lnnic Are Unknown "Wherever Im proved Itiiailn Are Introduced. Thnt good roads will bring1 prosperity Is no Idle dream. Through all the panic nd depression of the hist three years the farmers in the few good-roads dis trict of the country have gone on making- money nnd Improving their farms, ami (hey have not troubled themselves tench about politics or finance. It Is enforced idleness that makes farmers poor, and no fanner need bo idle a day on account of bad weather or wet fields If only his roads are good. On H good road there Is always paying work of some kind, and wet weathor is just the time to go on the road. The French farmer never loses a good day in IiIh fields, for he can do all his market ing' nnd hauling of fertilizers in rain' time. What prosperity would burst upon this country if every farmer and farm er's boy, not at school, and every farm hand and team could earn a full day's wages eveiry day in the year, rain ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 April 1897

( f h ( -r i X F ABOUT LOCOMOTIVES. Tho Evolution of tlio Amorloan Stoam Engine Peter Cooper' Cruilo Affair VnrlotiB Other Type In Early L'o and Their I'ccullnrltlca Tho Modern Flyer. Although Peter Cooper never built a Miccessful full-sized locomotive, ho is none the less entitled to the renown of being- the father of the Axnerlctm loco motive. Ho begnn building his model on tho Bite of tho present Mount Clnrc workshops in Unltimore, In 1820, nnd made several trial trips with it before thccloscof thatyoar. Itwasa very crude tnaehine, judged by the present stand- THE FIRST AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE. nrd, having an upright boiler with u Binglo cyliuder of 3 inches diameter and a stroke of 14ya inches. Instead of using tho exhaust steam from the cyl inder to, produce a draught for the lire, n9 in all modern locomotives, Air. Coop er placed a fan, revolved by a belt from H-feMis eBj7 it it.. il T 'iwfckrl w-7 X 4Iq m t Kj v - I I fc U , 5 ! t 1 Oft 9 ' A A I ft H tfJ t T ij I3r -f r 11" XL f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 April 1897

ft.Mw,&nw3i9ivtiLiiwMiuHkiiMimiimiitmtimtwaimianri vamnwuiBS ira vmxrjmMiaLiM.vfirj.aKtisnjmrjrjaiim n hV, -,V x A J. ? w m ., fcV ' i'! ? '. i 1 ,V '-: D Bwt Cough Syrup. TMtoaQood. CmRI 1B Intlina. Bold brtlnirnlnU. jiff J)U, TV. W. KEELING, NlSHAIIA OtTV, NwittAKA, Office first door south of Park hotel. I.C.SUTTON. M. D.. Shuhort, Nebraska. Does a general practico. All calls piomptly answered, day or night. 7-17 W. W, BANDERS, Notary Public i Nemaha City, Neb. Kerker & Hoover, Denier In UJfhost prlcew plti;for lilden, lard, tallow game, eta NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. J. S. HADLOCK, General House Painting, Kalsomining and Paper Hanging. New process of Omitting at ono-half price. Neat work and satisfaction guaranteed. Brownville Cornet Band Is now prepared to furnish good music Jo- entertainments, picnics, memorial isrvices. etc Satisfaction guaranteed Ouarges reasonable. E. E. Mumfohd, Ptos. O. N. Sandkiis, Sec'y. o. shuck:, Proprietor of tliu NEMAHA VaLLEY Berkshire : Farm. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 April 1897

IPT 'Hrt, rjr w jr.?' ., ' v ''TVF '"'" "V- ebmsh Mdvertim. rwrrrr, TOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRLL 30, 1897. (NUMBER 44 m'. Kfe i C 'i & r , f v K V It X i Jr? i -- .- . h Local 3STews. More rain Wednesday. Dr. Kyle, the veterinarian, moved to Johnson Tnesday. Tho prospeot. are excellent for a big fruit crop this year. The apple, peach, plum and ehorry trees aro full of bloom, A very cold rain storm made things disagreeable Wednesday. ' Miss Veva Clark this week bought a fine piano of S. H. Avey . Mrs. Robt. I. Smith has been in very poor health for several weeks. The railroads have been heavy suffer ers by the recent hard ruins and floods. Major Ebbs drove up from St. De roin Friday morning and took the train for Auburn. The passenger trains ran through to Beatrice Wednesday for the first Ume since last Friday. Mrs. T. A. Lorancecame down from Brownville Tuesday forenoon and vis ited relatives for a few hours. Wm. H. Hoover came down from Lincoln Thursday, and is le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 April 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. TV. SANDKItH, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. I AM SO GLAD. I am bo Rind I can forget Tho folllcH of the past, Tho tears Hint onco my eyelids wet, Tho skies onco ovcrcant. I am so Rind Hint nil tho grief Of nil tho fnr-off yenrs Jinn found In time n sweet relief. Or vnnlshcd with my tears. I'm Kind tho troubles 1 havo had No longer mnko mo sorrowful; 1 mn so very glad. I'm glnd that I ennnot forgot Tho plcnsurcs of tho past. Tho tender eyes thnt mlno havo mot For days thnt did not Inst. I nm so glnd thnt olden times Fill mo with now delight, Thnt roses of remembered Junes Continually nro bright. I'm glad tho plcnsnnt things I've had CI row ovcry day moro beautiful; i I nm ho very glad. I nm so glnd thnt 111 or good Is from tho Father's lmnd Dropped down, I would not If T could Itoverso what Ho tins plnnncd. I'm glnd thnt Ono who knows tho way Is mnrltlng it for mo, And that Ho docs It ovory day, JiiHt ns It ought to bo. Though future dnys bo good or bnd Tho p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 April 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i YT. W. 8ANDKKH, Fabllihar. i - - - NEBRASKA. "NEMAHA, THE OLD HOME. Twas only a humble cottngo. Not fur from the village arreot; .aut the cool, Rreon meaaows Inclosed It, And flowers brought their fragrance sweet. Tho birds In the roofs old thatches, Tho wlnd3 In the tall elm tree, .hp pathway that led to tho woodlands, Juauo tho happiest homo lor me. Then, no world beyond the meadows Disturbed my beautiful dream; My playmates were birds and llowers, And wo used to sing to tho stream. 13ut now tho green meadowBhavo widened, Far, far to tho rolling sea, And I sail awuy on Us bosom From tho homo or my Infancy. Oh, lands of crimson and purple! Oh. white-Jowelcd cities afurt Te throb on tho restless ocean, Yo dazzle like orient Btar; But, oh, for tho homo of my childhood, And my world of meadow and tree: .For the quiet calm of thoso old, old days Has gone forever from mo. William T. Saward, in Golden Days. THE DIVER'S STOItY. "Waiter, salt for six herd Wildcr- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 April 1897

- THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDK11H, l'ubttitier. NEMAnA, NEBRASKA, THE WORLD AT LARGE, Summary of tho Dally Nows. "WASHINGTON' NOTKfl. AN nppctil for nld wns went to Secre tary Alger for destitute people nlong tho Red river In tho vicinity of Pem bina, N. D. Tun post ofllco department nnd tho National Association of Railway Postal Clerks will mnko an effort to sccuro tho passage of a hill for tho relief of injured and disabled railway mall em ployes by tho present session of con gress. All moneys to bo paid to dis abled clerks will bo paid out of a re lief fund drawn from tho salaries of all postal olorks who aro ollglblo to its ranks. SnenirrATU Wilson proposes to mako the department of agriculture a sort of clearing house for tho publication of important state reports. When a real ly valuable result Is achieved by an ex periment station he intends to publish nn account of tho process and send it out to fnrmcrf. all over the country. A niwROATiox from the American Federation ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 April 1897

Ifinffl & 1. r.. i iii h J b i i x k .11 I GRAM'S HC Pifty-Pivo Thousand Mon Will March at Now York. THE MASSIVE MAUSOLEUM IS READY SThe AVhlto Sqantlron nd Foreign "Wnr Ves sels Anchored Near by Ocn. Long Btrcot L'ubllahcH ft Grncof ul Trib utes to tho Dead "Warrior. Nnw York, April 27. All day long soldiers of tho regular nrray and na tional guard havo marched through tho handsomely-decorated streets of New York from tho railroad stations and ferry landings to their quarters. Every train has brought notablo peo ple to tho city, among the arrivals be ing President McKinlcy, Vico Presi dent llobart, tho cabinet officers, mem bers of tho diplomatic corps, senators, representatives and governors of states. "Weeks ago it was estimated that 1,000, 000 persons would como to Now York to witness tho parade and ceremonies of dedication of tho tomb, and that number may bo exceeded. Early yes terday tho crowded street cars and ho tels gave proof that a multitude of peo ple had come, altho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 April 1897

TENNESSEE CENTENMAIi Tho Groat Exposition Will Opon Ita GatOB May 1. !A flacnc of Hnlcmlor AVliono Com- ylctoncNN IIiih Sever llcun Hlvnlcd I Ui-ncrul Reduction lit Itnll rund ItutcM r- fBpootal Nnshvillo (Tonn.) Loitor.t Tho Tennessee ccntcnnlnl nt NnBh vlllc, considered n a spectacular effect, lias one marked superiority to the late Columbian exposition nt Chicago. In the white city there was no sense of depth. It was all foreground. In whatever direction one looked there was nothing whatever but lath and piaster, gilt and tinsel. Nowhere could one look out beyond tho tem porary splendor of tho passing hour and rcat one's Imagination with a glimpse of tho permanent and the his toric. Now at Nashville things are dif ferent. Standing on the "Itiulto" hero and facing eastward one beholds a great white fltntue of Athenac, beyond her tho replica of the Parthenon, and be yond that and round about white arches, glittering domes, readies of pale green waters, deep green stretches of lawn ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 April 1897

' L - : ( ! ' t h ! '.( d IX X m ay sjfftt . EGGS . Tin tllir IV Tkir FARM AND GARDEN. OF COMMERCE. lncMK nemo In tlio IntcrxZ 4. A SUCf TrnilliiK In Tlicin. hit- There is " tandnrdjokeintht. thentcrs, so often Tdiu urnt it hns come lo lmvo a familiar sound to the enTS of patrons, concerning a remnrk mnde by a city man who heard that eggs had gone flown to a cent apiece: "I don't see how the hens can do it for the price." Not withstanding the rvduction in tho price of eggs, and the almost unlimited sup ply of them in almost all countries that have developed their agricultural re sources, it is n fact that the trade in eggs, their exportation from one coun try to another, hns become a large item of international commerce, as sorao recent figures show. The case of Den mark is in point. Denmark's trade in eggs with foreign countries, chiefly with England and Scotlnnd, has grown enormously. Twenty years ago the an nual Danish export of eggs was C00, 000; now it is reckoned at 110,000,00...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 April 1897

v. jtfywywfi juiuiiiuiiniiiniawiiijiMmimHU imm mi CUtftfa WHLHE ALL II Bot Coouh fijrup. Ttntet Good. Um In time. Hold by dnnrnlnU. Jtt. W. W. KEELING, Nhmaua Orrr, Nkuraka. Offlco flrat door south of Park hotel. Notary Public Nomalia City, TSoh. I. C. SUTTON. W. D., Shuliert, Nebraska. Does u general practice. All calls promptly answered, day r night. 7-17 J.L.Jlclvln, M.I., Pi. i PHYSICIAN AHD SURGEOH C PEUIAH 1KH: DlHenaim of the HKIn, Ills O eiwei- o Women nnd Children Will liromnlM nriHWcr all calls, either day or ultftit. (Jlllco "l resldenoe. Nemaha, - - Nebraska Kerkcr & Hoover, Daaler In MEATS lUKheit priors pnlil'for hides, lard.ltailow gaaia, etc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA., NEMAHA STOCK FA11M J. H. SEID, Prop NEMAHA, - HEHRA8KA. liroederand Hhlpper of Dnroc Jerney nnd Poland China I1oh 3it m, Ion prices. Farm one mile south of Nemaha. J. S. HADIOCK, General House Painting, Kalsomining and Paper Hanging. New process of Graining at ao-half price. Neat work and satisfaction...

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