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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1897

r tFvya' " m "v" ' 4 '" r P fj U r " ''" uiJi ruiuiLjiiAiiwuiMWwi)uuwiJiuiwMiiimiijmLi,Muamiw).ijniBlijtji) miiaumiiim tJ , ii m.nijjijiiwwrawmii mwiuLi ebmskn Mdvertiser. VOLUME Xlil NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE II, 1897. NUMBER 44 T r: -O 'I PR' $ I f m fiy,VdA-t- t r 4 T ; iJVQgBr Local 3STews. Call and see us for job work. Mrs. Fatrbank for fine millinery. Splendid prospect for all kinds of fruit. ' John Dreury, of Brownville, was in town Saturday. W. J. Davies, of Brownville, was a pleasant caller last Friday. Mr, and Mrs. Hen Parker drove out to Auburn Saturday te see old friends. Mrs. W. W. Sanders went to Auburn Tuesday, to visit friends for a few days, Mr. and Mrs. George Cbabmnn are tlie proud parents of a One boy, born Monday. Mrs. R. J. Duff and children went to Horten, Kansaas, Friday, to visit relatives. John D. and Frank Shubert were up from Shubert Tuesday and gave this fllce a call. L. L. Hulburn, of Dallas, Texas, is visiting bis old friends in this county this1...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1897

LUMBER SCHEDULE. Souato Disposes of thu Paragraph Aftor a Stubborn Oontost. HOUSE PASSED TWO BKIDGR HILLS. A. Motion to Adjourn In Defeated by the Democrats, but Is Aflcruiirds Ko- versod on it Cult for the Wan mill Nny. Wasihnoton, lutiu 8. Tin; senate yesterday disposed of tho lumber para graph, which has been more stubborn ly contested tliiin any feature of the bill thus fur, by defeating tliu motion of Senator Vent to place whltu pine on thu free listyeas, 20; niiyh. i!8. The con tost was niiiinly significant in breaking party linos, which have been maintained, with few exceptions, dur ing the early status of the debate. On tho final vote eight dcniocratie scnu tors voted against Mr. Vest's proposi tion, namely: Messrs. lhtcon nnd Clay, of Georgia; MeEnory, of Louisiana; McLauriu and Tillman, of South Curo linn; Martin, of Virginia; Uawlins, of Utah, and Wliite, of California. On thu other hand Mr. Carter (rep.) and Messrs. Cannon and Mantle (silver reps.) voted for tliu Vest mo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1897

t- If f ft )! i BULLETS FOR A MOB. A Determined Ohio Lynching Party Fired Upon by the Militia. Volley After Volley Sent Into tlio Angry Crowd-Two Killed mid Seven Wounded Trouble Ileciiufto it Kuiilst Was Given u Light Sentence. Uhhan-a, 0., Juno 4. Two citizens have been killed and seven wounded, some fatally, in an attempt to lynch "Click" Mitchell, the negro convicted yesterday of criminal assault on Mrs. Eliza Gaumer and sentenced to 20 years in state prison. For two hours the militia fought off an angry mob, which insists that Mitchell's scntenco is ridiculously light in view of his crime. Finally tho mob grew so strong and so bold that the troops were ordered to Arc. The sheriff wired Gov. llushncll for assistance. After Mitchell had been sentenced by the court and the sheriff ordered to taku him to Columbus, theve was trouble. It was thought tho ofllcors might get Mitchell through tho crowd disguised as a soldier, but his color prevented this plan and a carriage was driven up...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1897

VHr , '! OT.iuJUjmmmummi'Wji)Awiiiwwjujijji.iwiij The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. H1J'lKltH VubUihir. SunsOUII'TION, - SUO PKll YKAH FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 181)7. The Rock Port, Mo. , fair will bo bigger and bottor 111 id year than over. Tlio association will spare no paina in innking It tho most successful of its nine previous exhibition years, and profitable to exhibitors and visitors. Tho Uatea are Sept. 14, 15, 10 and 17. Write to J. W, Young, secretary, for premium list, entry blanks, etc. i i m Golden Days is nw tho lending pa per for tho youth of our country. Tho best writers all contribute to its col umns, and thus its high standard Is Maintained. Tho circulation of Gold ea Dayt) is enormous, ranching every vlllugo, town and city in overy state and territory in tho United status and Canada. Send to Jas. Elveraon, Phil adelphia, for sample copy. When Mark Hanna was appointed United States senator the popocratic papers throughout tho country cackled with joy over the fun they expected...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1897

i f r- : f l i Ths Nebraska Advertiser U. I. tMJIHBil8 i'uliHtlier, wrjMmn iiiiiw " i .'trjr Hiiwwwmaua iKiiL'KMiLi.i.'ifriJuiwiiJUMJuuii'iift,wuaiwiiiijMnimwi ".umuumm.1. SpnsoHtrnnv, 81.50 PKK YI5AH FIMDAV. JUNE 11. 181)7. THE COLORED BROTHER. Not n (.noil Tciimui lur (lie Southern l.n ndlot'il. The typical negro lonnnt arrives uti new home in ti mule wngon or ox cart with a bundle of rays, a fr.vlng pan uiui a eovey of ehildren. and he stays with n landlord who may htive saved him from (li'Ktilutlon by advancing provisions nun dry goods only ho lon im the caprice or the hour dictates, says Lippincott's. Land owners who have sunk into fti-an-eial ruin by mortgaging their property have nearly always been dragged into the slough by the eJVort to help their negroes out of It. The crop made by the average negro farmer is subject to many contingencies besides those of the weather. He does not hesitate to leave his field at the most critical season If pleasure calls him; "big meetings" ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1897

l! ) ! ii K IV I I". I i l i W t r i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER . V. W. 8ANDICKB, Fublliher. NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. yxxxxxJLJLAJ.xxo.xj.xxji.ji.J.Aj.j. r JUNE J897. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sat. 4 8 9 16 23 30 10 n i? 26 J3 14 2J 28 15 1? 25 20 22 29 27 TTTT:FPPi:ffTTTTTT'TVfTTV,ff' THE WOULD AT LARUE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. WASIIINOTO.V N()Ti:S. Tun turiir reform committee of tlio Reform club litis established headquar ters in Washington and intends to maintain an organization till tho closu of tho ponding tariff legislation. Rep resentatives from different trades and industries will he present in advance of tho debate which is to take place in the senate on each schedule, so that ample opportunity for discussion will bo provided. Ovini -1,000 applications had been filed in the state department up to tho Hd for consular positions and tho num ber of such appointments at the dis posal of the president is in tho neigh borhood of M0. Si'KAKint Itnr.n, of the lower house of congress, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1897

uuiia.jLuun V2L 3 t V h-- THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - m W. W. 8ANDKKS, VublUhor. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. I HOW SCROGGS ... 5 5 WON THE REWARD. BY L. F.vANK BAUM. J CoryrlRht, 1897.! .e(Booooo4)oooffle Filling the space between two large tniilding blocks was a little, one-storied oillee. It was flush with the sidewalk, and upon the large window was painted, in red letters, MR. DICK HOGERS, CITY BILL POSTER. "Mr. Dick Rogers" was himself seat ed behind the window, a big cigar in his mouth, ids feel resting upon l.hc -confused mass of papers which littered liis desk, and his eyes fixed intently upon his morning newspaper. From amid the stream of passing ve hicles a handsome carriage drew up before the door. Mr. .Rogers looked over the top of his paper and watched a gentleman step out upon the sidewalk, followed by a servant bearing in his arms a huge package. This the serv ant placed upon the table, and re turned to the carriage. "1 have conic once more to employ .your services, you sec, Mr. l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 June 1897

p I 1; 1 I 1 ? r I1 A I ' 1 '! ,n ) , Fl1 I'M Mi V-i Ml ft kvi '8 r.'s ij !! l ! I iUJrJJ.ra'UitiH.yvi.rM-fjir.yawjutAKniiiiitii'jr.tiimmmmtuvttn.tiiwiiinmTjrtiMw'AJM.ituit.u np,wtimBwffnifffntiptniiiiii iimimmiii.ir Ji,.nnMcrapg3xwtAiftBumMwiw'BJEBCTta "itcsxc armriiii ummmm The Nebraska Advertiser '. If. H1J'lJUtHi 1'uhUtlnr. SUHSOIUPTION, - 81. fit) I'UIl YKAK FMlTAYTffTT Ihbiiiihiiiiii i nun in ii in in mi in nr I iiiiiiiiirriiiiiriiiiinm c..-..,--.yygz ;, . J Republican j$3l "5PnP0P c. , --43gs """" POOR MANUAL TRAINING. Everything now In shirt waists at A. II. Qllmoro &Sonn, Auburn. FOR HENT.Threo rooms upstairs in TiikAdvkutjsi:u building. Inquito at tills olllco. NEW KIM HALL OHO AN for sale on easy payments. Inquire at tills of flco for particulars. FLIES. FLIES. Ool Unit old wall paper toro off and put on now. before tho flics come. Neat workdouo by J. S. IIadi.ook. WANTED. 25 busies to paint at tho very lowest prices. If you are go ing lo paint call see mo. .7. H. IIA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1897

CTCTWWfWg.JJUUJJIJl,TEnCTIAIlMW .J ebmslm Avtrtim. -rvr. TOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE L8, 1897. NUMBER 45 !Wft ffe JU v I yJ. ... !Local JNTews. Warm weather, Call and Bee us for job work. Mrs. Fnirbank for fine millinery. Congressman D. II. Mercer, Aug. 7. Additional local news on last page. S. Gilbert visited Auburn Wednes day. G. Lilly was in from Auburn last Saturday. Mrs. Fuller Burns visited Brown viile Monday, A.J. Burnham wub in from Au burn Thursday. Brownville will probably celebrate the 4th of July. James A. Titus drove up to Brown ville Monday afternoon, on business. Dr. B. Ball Andrews, sr., and Dr. G. M. Andrews were over from Stella Tuesday. Rev. E.S. Chamberlain will preach in the Christian church at Auburn for the next year. Win, Bridge, of Peru, was the guest of his son, S. F. Bridge, one or two days last week. Wait for the old settlers' picnic at Nemaha Aug, 7th. It will be the event of a life time. Mrs. Pearl Larimore started for Clay Center, Kansas....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1897

h Hi 1 I! W I'T U I i ; ?( a I A t '' h A l & i h- 1 fi( M I J . 1 THE A. 11. U. DEAD. Dobs to Pound Ilia Oo-Opomtlvo Brothorhood in Its Placo. REPORT OF NATIONAL W. G, T. U. Wluil Was Accomplished In tin) I.cglnhi- turen A. O. If. AV. Hiipromn I.odo Minors In a lliitl Way Hleyelo Mik- rn on u Htrlku riuntiiniM Out. CmoA(H), .luiii! lf. It was announced Inst night by friends of Eugene V. Debs that it lias boon decided that tho American Railway union is dead. After tlio public announcement this morning Hi Ilcndel ball, and speech making, the delegates will adjourn to Ubli'jh ball, where E. V. Debs' social istic colonization scheme will be given out, modeled on tbe Hellamy tbeory, tho state of Washington being select ed as tbe scene of the experiment. A declaration of principles, already pre pared by Debs, will be issued in pampblet form and distributed broadcast. A corps of organizers will be sent out, and recruiting headquarters will be establisbed in every state in tlio union. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1897

t V I 'V SUGAR TALK. Amondmont to Placo all Sugar on tho Samo BaBis Dofoatod. PETITION FOR CUBAN RECOGNITION. , Itcinibllciiii Scmitorn Hold u Cimcin mul Consider Alinut u ISouiity on licet Sugiir Vcterium KiikIiIuk In Their Ar- IillviitloiiH for Pensions. Wahiiinotox, June 15. Tho hentito clcbatu on the sugar schedule of the tariili bill proceeded yesterday with only one diverting incident to relievo the monotony into which the discussion has lapsed. This was tho sharp ex change between Jlr. Hoar, of Massa chusetts, and Air. Tillman, of South Carolina, representing tho two ex tremes of senatorial procedure. Mr. Tillman referred to published charges of irregularity in connection with tho sugar schedule, and asserted that tho senate would stand convicted beforo the American people if it failed to in vestigate tho charges. Mr. Hoar calmly repelled this statement, his tone and language being calculated as a rebuke. He declared that the vague charges of irregularity were not only prepos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1897

giym&JfWf jw m .urewwuawflmr wtwtff w wmjurwwrw wwniwiiMiiiiruiigWiuii&ufiww.!jJAiiMgmw JiMiiimiN iiiiininjTmu.uMiiiLiujujiijM..iLg.;rrTrCT!L.j.iMii' .. ..ng nm m m.in.iMumf.,. imi-Tn1l1T TirmTTTTrrmrTmi u. Some lor ten. Home tor twenty and somo for thirty years Imvo snfforcd from piles anil thou have been quickly ami iiormationtly cured b using J)'e "Witt's Witoli Uazol Salve, the great romedv for pilesaml all forms of akin diseases. M. II. Taylor. Less than, half rales to San. Frauoisco. Jan a 20 to Thi Nebraska Advertiser If. U N.IJS'lUiltH) i'ultUilttr. SriJROHIl'TIOK, - S I .SO 1'Klt YKAK FRIDAY, J UN 12 IS, 1M)7. COUNTY NEWS. 0 loaned from our excliuiiKcs. Tho county commlartioneiH aio now in session aH a hoard of equalization. Tho village trustees of Johnson are talking of building a town hall, 28x40 feet in size. Tho Auburn city council has on closed a lot and will place therein a rock pile for the benefit of vagrants. Dr. John Gallagher, pastor of tho Methodist cliu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1897

I 1: ( i v A A x w .3k u , I r f A Wk aUtttuwpiwwrnTaCTrafrenwCT irnmrmar-KKrr Th Nebraska Advertiser J. II. V.;A, i'ubUtlur. SUHSCim'TION, Sl.oO t'KU YKAU FRIDAY, JUNK IS. lStH. '"Republican f$3$stl Mewsnapor fv The Humboldt Standard on June-.l issued u handsomely illustrated "boom edition'' ih.it. rellected great credit on th town and tho publisher of the pa per. It is reported that tho farmers of Iowa lost $20,000,000 worth of boss from cholera last year, and that Ne braska's loss was twothirds that amount. rf.n.iumum. uj"iiiiim"fcii..j.'..ww.,A,Mli,.ia u'uu'MM.ii...aw. .r ufftu,.."Mii'ViimwiJjaBu.TH!w.u,i?.tPna'L,iinuuL jujiv-wum- THE DEAD FREE TRADE ISSUK. I Not only piles of tho very woisl Ht. Louis Globe Democrat. Some of the geographers have been surprised by tho recent census of Egypt. The population of U.000,000 reported exceeds that under tho great eat of tho pharaohs. m i r The population of London in 1800 was placed at 4.421,!).)."), an inoieaso of 41,000 over 1SU5. Jn ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1897

ijr avrrj l ll I ft I H f VI, i ' ;i Ti! U L' rH ( IHENfflUSUJlVHTISSB VT. XV. BANDKICS, I'ublUlier. 1 NEMAHA. NEHRASICA. yXA4..XA4.A4.J.44.4.Xq-M.j-4.4.XJ.X TILE WORLD AT LAJIGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTIiS. Notici: Iiiih been given by Assistant Attorney-tienertil Viindeventor, of this interior department, Unit lie will make a decision setting aside Secretary Francis' order coding to tlie .Missouri university 2 J, 000 acres of land. Tacoi'o Fi.iii.am stabbed and shot Mrs. Uuiliani at Washington and then shot himself through tho head. Fer rari had been paying so much atten tion to Mrs. (Juilinni that he made himself offensive to tho woman and her husband and had been recently warned not to visit the house. Tho woman may recover. Whh.k making a test near Washing ton of a gun-cotton shell, the inven tion of a Chicago man, in a iiU-inch breech-loading rille weighing 101,000 pounds, the cartridge prematurely ex ploded and tho big run and carriage wore wrecked and pieces...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1897

iW 1 d l- k V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDICltS, FublUtaer. NEMAIIA, NEBRASKA, gnmwnnnmTnnrcmmmmnnnnTmci Shiftless Rule's Lovemaking. I BY PfiUli DArlBY. i C (Copyright, 1897.) a DiiiiiiuiiiiiiuuiiaiiUiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii J'T wns tlio year 1 built my store nnd got tliu Corners post ollloo, which, y the good will of providence nnd my friends I've held ever since, no mutter who was "in" sit Washington, tlint 1 ilrst took notice of Shiftless JUife Dun ning. Ho lived with his father and another just across the Jlats at the foot -of West Hill in the edge of the 13ig "Woods. You know, all this region was pioneered late, and although nearly everything was cleared up on this side -the valley and the pine timber had long been cut oft the flats, there was a heavy growth of mixed hardwood and hem Jock to the west that stretched away ."back 1 don't know how many miles. Here and there the little "openings" on the side of West Hill log houses were Mill to be seen and the folks living in the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 June 1897

A'VJiiHWirmfMrj.vixiutrivx'AMLwmreni.nLii. m w rJWW;Wu.1ija!gvuiuMi.&iuTi:ror3W Tht Nebraska Advertiser l. IP. H1JVIMHN VuhUihtr. fl'llSC'im'TlON, - Sl.fiO I'KIt YICAK FRIDAY, JUNK is, 1P7. .oMsa- Sr7 lid Maxwell was an Auburn visitor Tuesday. Wray Taylor Tuesday. returned to Lincoln Miss Floronco lracken Monday. iMinick went to The DufC Grain Co- had tlioir scale liousu puinUd thiB week. John Culn. of Lincoln, arrived in Nemaha Thursday evening, and is vis King hla many friends hero for a few duya. Mrs. C. II. Kindig, who has been visiting Iter nurents, Mr. and Mrs. "V. 1' J'eahody, returned to hor homo Filloy today. Head Melnlnoh'a new ad. Geo. E. J)yo und fumily have moved from Auburn back to their farm. Miss May Wutkins, of Brock, visited Mrs. E. ti. Gilbert first of the week. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Curtis, of the Curtis mill, Sunduy, Juno 12, a daughter. J t is Bald a brother of Judge J. II. Broady wiih elected a circuit judge in Illinois at the election held there Tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 June 1897

liwljihijuhuiiuhijji imtuwin r ebm&fa dvertmr. TOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1897. NUMBER 46 a&e BCTW I W ffe &Su y tti A Local ISTews. Call and see us for job work. Mrs. Fairbank for flno millinery. School eloction noxt Monday night. Raspberries are selling at $2 per case. Miss Annio Norton went to Johhson Wednesday . The weather has bten very warm the most of the week. J, S. Iladlock is painting a houst for John Evans, at Shubert. Miss Lizzie Liebhart went to Falls City Wednesday evening. Mrs. E. M. Boyd, of Auburn, visited Nemaha friends Wednesday, We had a good rain Monday night. One and two-tenth inches of rain fell. Frank Woodward had a two-year-old colt'badly cut in the barb wire Tues day. Misses Trixy and lUsie Seabury are visiting relatives at Glen Rock this week. Walter Hadlock and Nelson went to Olen Rock Wednesday, en a few days' visit. J, O.Sanders was at ShubertWednee dav and Thursday, setting type on the Citizen. James R. Dye, who recently ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 June 1897

V; QUEEN VICTORIA. Hor Jubiloo Iimugurutod by Hor Advont to London. CRKBTED BY HER LOYAL SUBJECTS. TImi Kopiilillcuii Him i11flt jr of tin) American ICcprcsontittlve In Startling: Cotitrimt to Hid llrlllhincy of tlm Uni form Around Tlicm. Lonwi.v, June 22. Queen Victoria is now in London. An immense crowd ,'uthorcd near Puddiuglou station in tliu ciirlj' hours of yesterday morning and waited witli stolid patience. Tho curly liours wore enlivened by the peal ing of hells, and in this morning breeze everywhere floated the royal standard. The I r t point of interest in the day's proceedings wus Windsor, where by six o'clock the short route louding from tho castle to the Great Western ruil way station was lined by a mass of people gathered to see the queen start. -At noon the queen and attendant mem bers of the ro.yul family left Windsor castle and drove through gorgeous decorations to the railway station, which was literally hidden by scarlet and gold streamers, flowers and palms. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 June 1897

t ( r i ,1 4 AGRICULTURAL HINTS YARDS AND PARKS. IH'Hcrljitlon or nit tOoiiiioiiilcnl Suiii inri' lluti for Poultry. Where fowls arc kept in conilncniont it will be found best to provide outdoor runs or 3 arris lor them Uiu-intf the sum mer mouths. Give them f ree ueeess to these yartla whenever the weather will permit. The most economical form, everything considered, for u poultry yard is one much longer than wide. Two rods vidc and eight rods long is BUiHeiont tor 50 fowls. Whenever a poultry plant of considerable size is to be established, it will be found most economical to arrange the yards side by side, with one end at the poultry house. The fc cs which inclose these yards may be made of poultry netting or pickets, and should be at least seven feet high. In cither case it is best to have a board at the bottom, for some times it will be desirable to give quite young chickens the run of these yards. If the poultry 3 arris are constructed as described, there is suflleient room fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 June 1897

aiMi'inJ'ijmuiiiiimjiiiiiiijiimam,wjiniiiMnT" Till Nebraska Advertisei If. If. NtJ'IUilttl futilhlnr. I J.'ll II '!' ' "ll" Sl'IlfeOHU'TION, 81. r() i-icit yi:ai LIFE IN THE POLAR SEAS. FRIDAY, .JUNK W, 1M)7. According to th Inures of Urn Huf fitlo News this country Iiuh over l la,. 000 uniformed and manied state militiamen. Added (o our 'J5.00O icg uliir soldiers, tliu full force ready to take tlio Held at a moment's notice would bo 117,000 orgitnred soldicis The newly collected data itirtlioi shows that in caso of serious lio.it I !t this government might draft into norvlce 10,0;57,r7u men of available age TIiIh 1b pronounced i' renter combative strength than that estimated by an other nation in tho woild, except Kusuia. That country can draft an army of 21,018,000 men. While the last Nebraska legislature was making itaelf a laughing stock of the whole country and amusing the people with the little farco which they were playltujat the state house, and while the Nevada legislature ...

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