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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1895

I ) t "L."j " ' - '"Tib1 I liWMIir T i " -"-LJ- 31ai.es or the Pineries. HP OJiD M0SINJ5E TOM. tCopyrlfiht, 1801, liy Hriehcllcr, Johnson & Hnchollcr.1 In the lute fifties the Wisconsin val ley above Portage was a wilderness. The lumbermen who trailed their way tip the river passed through tamarack swamps so thick a deer could scarcely penetrate them, and over dry ridges clothed with splendid pine without j underbrush, clean as a park and of in estimable value. Old Mosineo mountain rose out of the wide, green reach of the valley, dark with his robe of pines. All about was forest land untouched by the ax, al most untraversed by the pioneer's rest less foot. Hut year by year the loggers pushed northward, seeking points where the pine trees could be felled into the river, or where skidways could be constructed to make hauling unnecessary. The whole river had been ransacked and every favorable river point stripped of its timber before the movement back into the forest began. From sh...

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. — 29 November 1895

nwMM-nuttviamtJiiunnnMMWjiJtjimwiuiitvt nwwii'wiiininiKHHaiiuwiuw)'iii.w)Tniniiii .wwj'i"'. ri"ijjiiij ,mu.iiuiuum.jtai''jni jitaiij-iimwwiiir.n'j. n jBjtg'i'iiiiji. hii'jjijji.i. The Nebraska Advertiser u. i Nt.vin:nn rntnitr. .St MS( UII'TION 1 .10 I'KK YKAIt Fill DAY. NOV. w, 1HH5. Alexumlur DiuiiiiH, tin) (llsLli)niftli(i(l J-'rcnch iinlliur utul iJiuiiutlst, died Wi'diU'Mday. Chief .JttHtieti Norvul, by tlio oilicial returns, has ii majority over Maxwell ofs,7. Tliu total volo lor fhiof jun-tk-cs in: T. .1. Malioncy, admiinslia tion (Uimoi'rat, 18,0:18 ; Ssiimiul .Maxwoll, ind , 70..17H; T. Ij. Norval, rop 711.1.1(1; C. .1. IMiolps, frco Hllvor (Icin., 10,M; A. Vt. Woirunhiii'Kui, .ro., -la-M. J'plcr Mt'(3of,'li, tliociili'biatod lnmiri of trado Hpconlutor at Clilcn, hih! IMilwniikeo, oommlllcrl Hincido at IiIh rcHidcnco in Milwaukee on Wodni'mlay by hIiooIIiik. '''ho only reason known is baruiifu) nift wife had brought null fr divorce Mc(iookIi iH counted anions tlu mlllionaii...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 December 1895

'I w t.iwi.irwgwtijiiMJBiutuiiujjixiLiiiij;ijitm wiiiw:iJvawirtuiiiMi.jii.uuiBji.ang ebmshd MdvertiBer. J VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBltASKA, J7UID AY, DEC. 6, 1895. NUMBER 231 nm tte Hut A r 3 ) re ryi. W. W. KEELING, Nkmaua City, Nkhkaka. Office first door south of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notay :-i Nomalia City, Neb. Kerker & Hoover, Denier lu UVCIEJLTiS HlKliust prices paid. for hides, lnrd, tnilovr game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. B.BellAndrews.M.D.Ph.D, Surgeon Specialist, Stella, - Nebraska Operations for Cataract ant all opera tions on the eye, Vericocele, IlerniA, Hemorrhoids, etc , performed with out chloroform and painless. Pa tients from abroad can obtain boaid and hospital facilities at prices less than in a city, considering skill and sanitary surroundings Parties seeking relief through surgical means will do well to confer with Dr. Andrews. Hon. Cuius Sigel Introducing rf li?5.t7?w lH.lSA Cooper 4. tho riiHtllug ''0ir Liveryman r '"i. -''n,;m of Nemaha. t$V"1 for a km ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 December 1895

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. 8ANIWKS, I'uhllnlicr. NEMAHA, - - NKHHASKA. V4A4t4i4;itiJkidii'k'WJti r DBCEMBER-1895. Sun, Moil, Tuc. Wed. Tim, Fri. Sal, MM' 5 G 12 K3 10 20 20 27 1 8 2 5) 1 11. 10 17 21 M 2J 28 1( 18 4! 2:i -i' 29 :K)!:n ii ttftTfttTtttttttttTttTTT Til 10 WORM) AT IjAKWII. Stmirrmry of tho Daily Nowq. WAHIIINUTON NOTIIS. Si:om:i-.vuv ok W.vit I.amont has mil) milled his aniiiiul report to President Cleveland. The feature of il is a show in of tho tardiness with which tho filii tis for coast defense's tiro hoing carried out. Tlie expenses of the war department for tlie. Ilseal year ended .lime .'Id, IHltr,, were SM,ls7,7M. The nppropriation for tho current (iseal your was SMS. Iii(i,.vri and the estimate for the following year. 8.-,i,tl.",ri:t. Tito nnmhor of enlisted men in tlie army is 155,7(1(1 ami tho effective list is placed at 'JO.ftSI. Tho army, tho secrottiry said, was hotter fed, clothed and housed than ever before. Ki:;iir.i'AUV Iloici: Smiiii, of the in ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 December 1895

t rasj Tales of the Pineries. iL A LTNCTI1NG IN MOSINEE. ICopyrlcht 1894, by Dnchcllcr, Johnson &Hach ollor.l Thu DImblobnts wero defeated, tho Itipupnglns wore victorious, inul Mosi noe, like countless other towns that night, was in an uproar of jubilation buch as had not been seen since tho celebration of the great Dimblebat vic tory of 1S8-, after successive defeats for a quarter of a century. Every saloon yawned like a orator nnd uttered noises like the mouth of hull. Laughter was loud, and now nnd then the shrill convulsive whoop of a drunken lumberman rose above the cltunor, the trample, the clatter of passing teams and the braying of tin horns. All tho countv was in Mosinec. The IHpupugins had assembled for tho parade, and tho Dimblebats were there to look on and jeer. It was the day after the presidential election. New York had been carried, and that set tled it. The parade was hurried for waid at once, and preparations for speeches and bonllrcs went forward simultaneous...

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. — 6 December 1895

. 1 t4iPKii"v'J'm"MiwmiiiwW'WnutmLnMim niiiini".',iu"ti''jiif'wi ' iw. . wgiyyTr r; ;imwr.:: AtHCTM-JHUaWJl WULBW IW3 MINI BIS uigiiuiDplffltStifeoflA. it C re Convincing Arguments in lavor of OF JeBSKS 3 13 BRnrntgrnnBi rr''il'.!L..lJ,'T.l"ll hd wj "'!" "ii- - irtr-"ifi JSM LS P CJJ3 H iSMtam sIFjsieMss tiktmaam Sn Decsier at McMm k Son n Si (DJ&JE S"YSTS"M:. m I CLOAKS AND. CAPES. 350 Stylish Winter Wraps at 20 to 40 per cent less Our Regular Sel ling Prices, to close up this Season's .Li (Ji'ocery Department. Atbuckles Coffee 1 Lion Coitee wumk Business. Many Handsome Gar-Nl0aSka Coffee 20 lbs fine Granuluted Sugar for $1.00 22 lbs Light "C" Sugar for $1.00 5 k lions Best Coal Oil for tl.00 i Sk1..b. i.minv U . aiitiri litiAd. iAiiitlify1 "nv uu""MJi u 17.50, sale price 912. 60.Sa,8,nc,,0'cV thorn all. only a few Uttl.1 ru.ne8' 7 Pund.8 ui'au oyrup, goon, ments at Less than Actual Cost. Assortment Complete. Over 100 Styes. a J. cc itk One lot of fur tihoulder Capes made from ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 December 1895

: mrnt 3nn4miniMy.gwrmiiTiCTnmi'ji .'if ' THE a-K,E3T IDIEaiEIMIIBIElZR, Clearing Sale TEE Ml M ill start Saturday, Dec. 1 and last till Jan, 1, As we must Reduce Our Stock before Invoicing. In order to do it we have made a Big Cut in Prices. Read a few prices below. Read care fully and take Advantage of the same, as it is money in your pocket- Men's Hats, Pants and Shirts. Good work shirt ll.ilt wool woik alurt 12xl im tine unlauiirtered shirt. Pine laundered shirt Good pair o overalls 3fc was 50c . f0o w as 7.H5 .3e whs OOo 75c was SI . 500 was 70o 75o wa $1 (joo.l pair of otton p.tnls ' " ' AW KiSarSu'irnoVredu fVomAl 4 00$ ' Ladies, Gents and Children's Underwear. A good cotton child's urdorshirr at bo was I2c. A better cotton child's undershirt at 10c was 20c. A good wol child's undorshiit at '25c was 40c. A good ribbed ladles' vest at 25o was 50c. A uood woolen ladies' vest at 5()e was 0c. A uood heavy men's undershirt at 25c was 40c. A good half wool men's undeishirt at 20c w...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 December 1895

Ii UNITED STATUS NAVY. 41 tin it a I Kcpnrt r Secretary llerherl-In. cri-niii Si rough I'rirntl. WAHttt.N(tH).v, Dei1. '.. Secretary of t,he Nnw Herbert has made his minimi rv port to President ( loveland, in which ' JLiv tslrongly urges tins increase of tho feature of it is u showing of the tardi uiavy. ' ncss with whlcli tho plans for coast do- "We nre not in want of ordinary un- fonsos and armaments aro ho in if .-nnnored cruisers or of gunboats," ho carried out. "Tho original plan," Aays, "hut wo aro lamentably deficient KIly8 Secretary Lamont, "contomplatod In torpedo hoatH, and wo certainly IU, expenditure of 507,782,800 by tho need more battleships. An inspection e,i of tho present '.year. The actual of tho building programmes of other expenditures and appropriations nation will demonstrate tliat the les- for armament and omplaee- ssons taught at Ytiltt and Woi-IIai-Wel Aiavi. tended to confirm tho belief of naval exports throughout tho world In the olllciiey of these two cla...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 December 1895

4 w I . 1 i M 4 m I AGRICULTURAL HINTS. CHEAP GREENHOUSE. How to Add a lMnnt Uiiinii to llio Ordluury 1'iirni lloiiHt'. If it were understood how easily, and nt how little expense, a plant room enn be udded to tin ordinary farm or vil lage house, there would certainly be more of these useful and pleasure-giving adjuncts to country and suburban homes. The illustration gives a sug gestion of a very neat and simple addi tion that will let in enough sunlight, even though the roof be of shingles instead of glass, to keep plants growing thriftily all winter and to start a large assortment of plants for the kitchen garden, which will bring vegetables upon the table at least a month earlier than is now the case. In cold climates WINTER PRECAUTIONS. ; ini:xi'i:nsivi: "JUT. uiu:i:nhousi:, the season for garden growth is too hhort to give us the full beneilt of fruits and vegetables. A sunny room like Hint tlgured here will very materially lengthen the season, and with a sueces kIoh of plantin...

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. — 6 December 1895

03Hsraewwwi'wBiWB?wmap W-AJSTTIG.D. "K To Roll Canadian drown Krnl wTri'i', Ilerry 1'lntitii, KoHiwt Hliitiuiiory, hcpiI Potatoes, fto., for tlio luruunl uroworHor iiiun KniooHtocit. woven mimirtii ncri'H, linrily prolltalilo varieties Hint succeed In tlio rolriuHt ollniutcn. No nxtmrluncn re quired unci fair t routined t Kiinrantoed. Any one not piirnlriK SfjO.OO per month iind Hxnoti- nph hiioiiiii write iih in oncii ror nnriieiinir Uliprnl CoiiiiiiIhhIoiih imld purl, llino men. A mill' linur mill irnl. oikhpo or tern lory IilJKI; IIKOTIIHIIH l."OAI I'API T, Htoclc KxcIiiuiko llitlldliiKi CUIciiko, 111. WANTEDS CnnvRNRorN to Nail Klna i'ph nt Fair I'rlcoH. Carii niTlii vkkklV! wo furnlHli worlclmt capital, experience, clo. You cniinot lull If .Vim Mil for tho ureal MO. A 11,1,. MAItli Milt. SKItlKS. 71t year l.(KX) mom-h NniNurleH. ,iMi acres Orchards. Write iiillek, kIvIiik uo, roforanr-cN, ole. Htnrk llro'H, LoiunIhiiu, Mo., or Kockport, 1 1 Ik. Notice, Notice) Ih lioroby Klven ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 December 1895

OTrtwwwurMiiwwwMim wiwmiiiaauiiMMijii.MawMmwiiawwiMiij nqinimi mnniinaiiaiiBi wmaiimMiiiiin 'J ebnusha dvtrtmt. VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEJ5RASK.A, FRIDAY, DEC. 13, 1895. NUMBER 24 jmmm iih IocaL ISTews. Still thay ulay croquet . We need money and need it bad. Additional local on tho last page. Jus. F. Drain U aliening corn today. Gilbert & Son pay 20 cents in trade for corn. One week from next W.dn.sday is Christmas. Oron Kent, the junior proprietor of tho Auburn Post, was in town Wed neaday. Mrs Alx Maxwell, of Auburn, vis ited Nemaha friend TueBday and "Wednesday. Hie many ft lends of Charley Titus will regret to learn that his health con Unites very poor. Jatnea and Fuller Hums are building another large corn crib for Harry Mc Candles" at tho aiding. A nice lino of dresa goodB bund some patterns-low prices just re ceived by Titua & Williams. Miss Nora Klliott, who has been stopping at Lincoln for the last three tnunihs, returned home last Friday. Mrs Ilattie Maxwtll, of Harlan...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 December 1895

Umil am . AH1Tftfy THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANIH.KS, I'ulilliilitir. NI3MAIIA, NKIiUASKA. V 4tXX Jtrfe4iiiiJdtJd:iWdbk'tiii 1 . DECEMBER- 1895. Sal, VVVTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTXTXT' "' " ' ' " ' ' "T? T1IK WOJtlil) AT IiAlKJJi Summary of tho Dally No wo. WASHINGTON NOTi:s. AtIOKN'KY-UK.NKHAI. II.MIMON, III llln 11 11 n 1111 1 report, Mhiwh Unit the iiiimler of I'l'iinlniil cast's priifl itijr in tho fed ertil courts .Inly I, IMfi, was l'. W.. Ilo oalls attfiition to tin- fact that ton much of tlio lime of this supreme court ih occupii'il lv criminal appeals ami hiitffjosts Unit such nppeiils he disul lowed, Have in capital cases, lie also calls attention to tho tfrowin,r nhusi; of the writ of habeas corpus. riti:sii)K.sr t'i.i;vr.i.AND left Washing ton on the Mil on the. lighthouse tender iMiipln to recuperate from tlie strain he has heen umler in tins preparation of lits incssaire to congress on 11 hunting trip t hrouh the North Carolina sounds. Tin: bo.ird of managers of the. .Sol d...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 December 1895

I i 1, itlt.sk sw LS w . v )' b' i 1 k . . iimiiiiiin mi iiiiMiiiimiiiMiiwiiwwiriTiTrw i i i inuitiWiTiWTroiiw ' ," . " -7 - 1 -,- -" Si-" ' .- -? -J Bihrir" - - .. C&Z.JU teS5. - feX4-" .33 iKfcW'iXvS'? A. r ... -ZfaeKteSSKiG msmsBasssMsma 'Wwxmfrjtr.zX'jA-s&'irtw i 1 1, tn iig? &3 Iaues of the A LYNCHING IN JUOSINEK ICopyright 1894, by Unohcllor, Johnson it Hach- ellor.l CONOLUHKD.1 The roar came nearer, and tlio shouts now took shape. "Hring :i rope a rope!" "W'o'll hang 'im rijjut now." That terrible voice seemed to inflame the whole mob, as a raucous snarl of a tiger rouses the beasts of a managorio to primitive ferocity. "Now, Annie," said Dan, "you go in and-" "Hut you're goln' to need mo out here, Dan. I'd rather be out here with you." "Annie," said Dan, quietly, "go in side. Lock all the doors. Lock this door behind me and hide the keys. I'll btand right, here alone." "All right, Dan," bho replied without n quaver. "Hut I'm afraid" "Don't open the doors for anyt...

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. — 13 December 1895

jgOwwan ywy ym fftfiQff "i vw tiiwf wrvTfnM ,r'T''?fWIMfIWlITW,YT,", " TTt fM"J "FK T JT"W"i moa3nMjwvTWr tjTii-rvjnj-f -vvii jrr T "wjwATifni fft"fw xuaa& -x3- fc h k a un m a sfis & iiisa- 9 nil B Bfe" m 4 $wl? y Jilt mOm mwm fin hShh OP" fVld IR& ffl $ dtiP&L M STKfi l? R i n a a&t wsr j a fcutt -1 51 h fii Mkk. M3Ywf w R. iiM tut r4 V iuu sfiisjsiLftiB1 lyrvamgy The OnI I'stnblisliiiicnt in Nemaha Counts whi ro a m and Complete -tock. m" . hrU (mkkKs can be found. The Largest M"'; bat we have over handled. Every Oepnrl large ' toie Kooms Filled to Owifiow in.. . y UJ fet a a and 11 ne.-ni oj u olida Three tsaZuK&.niZtVZSni ' HOLIDAY GOD C k-nif OUin noniurifn ": ' Nothing can be More Mutable for B lLlilAi : UI1 niiiMcfnnw l.-.mk llimi tlwwn I TO CO ttMITTEKS ON Goods We jiive beiow a cn Sunday School. Church an: Pnbtf c Treats S 5000puno-oi Canyis fjrihe Ch'istmas i y ' nANliYUliPAlUMENT ROO.i 72. denscd List ol a lew of the Many Choice Things in this par...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 December 1895

( 1 A. g-aei'iu"wtruiuamMiJ'rm ,ufr9aiWLmimM.m7vwiit1snAii'tmri kti ttt 'ui.-iUdBTiH.nji'jjuJ ii'iwim unmniiimuinwiwMwrijwnt. THE a-IEIE-A-l? IDEOjElIMIDBISiR, HT s&bmsA JIjjAlXvX HG iS9jnL.Lji.lii HttuSSn Vt HH 1H3HM x r SiiJEH HBBH clluXiuJuaHl &.' 3 $M ra ii '4 ira a "OS & tr-s . K ii j rn 4 ff a 5 a 1 & n t ii p :d r J II SI I f As we must K educe Our Slock before Invoicing. In order (o do ii we have made a Big Out in Prices. Head a lew prices below. Read care fully and take Advantage of (he .same, as it is money in your pocket. wjnnranu.ibiVTfrvjmni at - taryMwtiwwi-"ni "Wj! muui X WWIfli i-w f JWLTWT 1 Men's Hats, iams and Shins. ' GOO(l WOlk Bllllt Half wool woik shirt .. . Fxtra tine- uiilaundeml shirt Fine laundered shirt Good pair ot oveialls Uood pair t cotton pants.. All wool Cashmere pains , . .!!."m' was oOc . . flOC W.l.1 I'M' . .JJ'.Ji' as tali: . 7.')C was ?! . ..")0c was 7oc . .7."c wiii Si ,.$2.00 was $::.o0 Ilat t rum 50c ihi lo Sli i0, i educed f...

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. — 13 December 1895

MWagnniTaH nrwffwtm iifftmm; iwrrriVrwttMf TiriO MKSSAGK. Prosidont GlovolancVn Addroaa to l.ho Now Couffvoaa. X'orclgti Policy of Mm (loveriiinmit Din- viiPH'il Points In Dlipnld nilli Ureal Britain liiiiiiiclu I y unit Ion Dwell Upon ut Length, Wakiiinotom, Dec. .'I. Tho president tum'.I In the, following mussiigo to con gross: foreign Itcluttoin. Tlio present nisumliliiK" of tlin Joglslutlvo liriint'li of our government occurs t u tltuo when Mm Interests of our people mid tlin needs of tlin country give especial prominence to tho condition of our foreign relation! itml tho exi gencies of our nntloiril lliiunccs. Tho reports of Ihohcndtiof tlin several administrative do pnrtmonts or tlio government fullv and plainly exhibit wlmt 1ms been accomplished within tho scope of Ihelr respective duties mill pro nont such recommendations for tho hullcr ment c)f our coutitry'H conilltlou us patriotic rind Intelligent labor und observations suggest. I therefore deem my executive duty nilii pi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 December 1895

I 1 k m i 5 I "s y WONDERFUL WHEAT YIELD. The jlold of wheat mill other grains in Manitoba and the other western Canadian provinees tliis year lias been phenomenal. Thirty-five millions of bushels of wheat, .10,000,000 bushels of oats, 0,000,000 bushels of barley, besides large quantities of llax, rye, peas, etc., hae been produced in Manitoba by only 'Jo.000 farmers, some of whom set tled on the prairies a few years ago Willi ery little capital, and others al most totally Inexperienced in and un accustomed to farm work. This enor mous yield seems almost incredible, but when one reads of a farmer selling a, part of his crop for 917,000 and hav ing 1,000 bushels still on hand, it is easy of belief; and that another farmer, a Mr. l'ruyn, near Ihncrson, Man., had !il,000 bushels, and ninny of his neigh bors harvested 10,000 bushels and up wards. A l'ortage IMains farmer av eraged fly l-.'l bushels on a JO acre Held, ami near Neepawa nine acres yielded 000 bushels an average of 00 2-U b...

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. — 13 December 1895

WJUWWKUSH IIIHJJpj"i MIIW n mi VVANTWl). ! A TVT ATtf? I'ohi'II Cniiiulhui Grown Knilt ex ataxxjx Hfiry I'lmiln. Hoses iminiiciy, iit'oilI'dlKtiM'.i, ele , for the lament KrowniHof hlrfti Krmlurtlock, Movon liuiiilr.il orcH, hitrily prnlltahln varieties Hint aucceed In tho coldest, climate, Mo experience re i(Ulruit mill fill r trculmonl guaranteed. Any ono notearnl.iK $.V),()0 pur month ami nxpori -sen Nliould write iih itl onro for parltuulitrH, Liberal CoiiuiiIuhIoiih paid purl, tlmu men. Apply now and net choice of territory. l.UKK IIKOI'IIKItH COMPANY. Block UxolliillKO HlllldlliK, ChleiiKO, III. WT A T PI?r (!tnvHRorn todoll Finn W AIN I VJlJ 'Vrvtm at Kulr Prices. Caii pain wkkki.y; wo furntnti working enpllnl, experience, eto. Yon cannot full If von npII for tliuKront MO. A II-I-. sTXUK Milt. tlKIHKH. 71nt yriir. I, mi hchih NurmirleH. U,ow) ncrea Orchards. U'rltu oiilck, kIvIiik t(o, referenced, etc. Htiirk llrofn, l.oiilfiliinu, Mo., or Itockport, I Mm. Notice, Notice Ih h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1895

imx 1 1 w mi i u 1 1 ebmzki Avertim. VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DEC. 20, 1895. NUMRER 25 Whe 3fU W I y ft E i. ffi l ' ;m . ,iy I Ha M A 11? 1J m e Local News. Next Wednesday ia Cliriatmas. See J. E. Thomas' closing out adver tisement. Hob Sampson is now Stevo Cooper' head man in the livery atablo. Blank Notes. Farm Ltaaea, Bills of Sale, otc, for Bale at this office Ilev. C. II . Gilmoro xpects to close bis meetings at Bethel Ftiday night of this week. Wo are plensed to learn that Prof. J. II. Vcoder will continue to make hia home in Nemaha. Walter Hadiock plowed hia garden apot Monday, but aaya ho wont plant it for a few days yet. II. D. Waterman lias been attending court this wtek aa a witness in the McAfee va Stokes land cine. Missus Fannie Fra.ior and Ollie Kin ney went to Hamburg, Iowa, last Sat urday to visit friends. Miss Frazier returned Monday. Mrs Frank Uheesoman, of Brown ville, (formeily Miss Blanch Sargent), came down to Nemaha Monday, on n visit to her many f...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1895

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Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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