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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 February 1898

o If i r- fC - .4, y I L2r" (JDDDDDDDODDDODD V tT4 . . . ,ri 11 - " -. v $M j O MANY llttlo gods there bo Who help to keep this old earth bright! ThnnksBlvlnB cheer, and Christmas Blec, And New Year's pleasureandde- llght, Has each Its special deity Who sees that things are man aged right. And now comes pood St. Valentine, The merriest god, If not the best. He helps the timid swains who pine To put their courage to the test, And soothes with love's delicious wlno The doubts In many a maiden's breast. No plea of worldly maid or beau St. Valentlne'B true heart can move; For he and Cupid long ago, IJefore they left the courts above, Went Into partnership, you know. To try and keep mankind In love. And Cupid travels far and near To get his patrons well In trim, Then sends his partner once a year To flnlBh up the work for him. All hall the saint both kind and dear, And may his luster ne'er grow dim! -1311a Wheeler Wilcox, in N. Y. Sun. Ml vflSmrm ( worth (cm IN NS 3 60LMv l my grauUicr W...

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. — 11 February 1898

r"f '" " nOOOOOo 9. -flel-JZBL IS WIFE looked o'or a vnlentlno, And did not know that ho was near; Sho rend It over lino by lino Ho could not help but hear. What was It mado his pulsus stir, And lit tho llRht of days long dead? Twaa ono that ho had sent to her Tho year boforo they were wed. TwnH full of young lovo's fondest terms, Without regard to rhyme or sense Possession dulled, and planted germs Of mild Indifference. Ho listened to the words lie heard While Bhamo surprised him with Its dart; Twas long slnco he had breathed a word Of lovo to that lone heart. Then noiselessly ho stepped behind Her chair, and heard a sob of pain. Ills heart cried out: "I have been blind!" And lovo awoko ngaln. ,Vo drew her gontly to his breast Hcktsiertand called her "Heart of Mlnol" ,nd nil tho love onco moro confessed Told In that valentine George Hlrdscyc, in Boston Globe. f&rZ Yaicn.uric.1 'US. GILLESPIE'S new skirt would not come right in the bunging, nnd Doris Illlburn was, us she express...

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. — 11 February 1898

y k V v 'K- - r Chronic Rheumatism. From the Industrial News. Jackson. Mloh. -rC ,lhc subject of this sketch is fifty-six yenra I 'f ?,fTinBe' n"" nctvcly engaged in farming. I ) U 'hen seventeen years old lie hurt his Biiouiuer and a tew years after commenced to li'ivc rheumatic pains in it. On taking a Blight cold or the least strain, sometimes without any apparent cause whatever, the trouble would start and he would Buflcr the most excruciating pains. lie suffered for over thirty years, and the last decade has suffered so much that ho was unable to do any work. To this the fre quent occurrences of dizzy spells were added. luuiwiiK ium mmosu a ucipicss invaiiu, IN ALL. SORTS OP WEATHER. He tried the best physicians but without being benefited and has used several specific rheumatic cures, but was not helped. About one year and six months ago he read In this paper of a case somewhat similar to bis which was cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and concluded to try this remedy. After t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 February 1898

..Jmmk. J.JJWIWfc.a wmmr-w. IMPMlntMlMl(M'ji -, gi;i.ijUJjiiuiii.LiiilJiiiui'iiJwwji'iifjiiLii-iMiiJiUp'tJM''..'.t',wiiiil jutrwtJiJinj1nmKn0mxSj3xx.u1n.111iJi.t11 (Hw.ijiiv,jurra.irgiBPng3iepg3iJM:JivJ ...rvtiu,. uuatl i iwiii w- 53ISK)f?si IS WHtH All (IKFIM1S. Best UoukIi BiniP. Tamcs OikkI. Use in time. Hold ny iirwwun. MJgkiHflEEME ryi. W. W. KEELING, Msmaha City, Nhhuaka, Ofllco find door south of Turk hotel W. W. SAHDERS, Notary Public -: Homalia City, Nob. JFJt Mi MP S iiH V EC V, PLASTERER Aomo nnrt Aititlto work a specialty, eli te r tin built. 1'apor Itnnifliite. KaUninlnliiK nnd Whitewashing tldiio. J.ow prises, All work warranted. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In ZMZ:EA-TS Jllirhost prices paid for hides, lard, lailow (jrtino, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA J. L, MELVIN, M. D.. I'll. D., SPBUlAiiixttfi: Discuses r lh Hkln Ills. OHif r Women unil Children Will protrtni mswer nil culls, either any or alight. Ulllco residence. Nemaha Cornet Band. Is now prepared to furnish good m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 February 1898

f- 1 1 rr f ebmshu .Mdvertwer. ft VOLUME XLU NEMAHA NEBRASKA FRIDAY. FEB. 18, 1898. NUMBER 34 I. ffe Hv-A J r i ) sfr-ffs; OLocaiJSr ews. iSLaaa Colder weather again. f Mrs. Falrbunk for line millinery. R.jjV. Muir whs down from Brown TlVruesilHy vln Mra. J. H. Sold returned home from Hardy Monday A. H. Gilmore & Son, of Auburn, have an ad. in this issue. The roads aie very had yet, but aro improving a lit.L'le in places. Head the ad of 8 Gilbert & Son and govern yourst-lves accordingly. E. D. UogerH, of Auburn, gave us n pleasant call I'ueaday foronoon. Mrs. Jacob ItauBohkolb, Br., died at her homt in South Auourn Tuesday. If you aro interested in fruit send for one ef toe Titun Nursery price lists. .vlrs. J. W. Kltchey, of lirowuville, was the guest of Mra. Dr. Kay Tues day Mrs. Brand went to Auburn Wertnea day and ia visiting the Jaunly of J. H. Shook. G,N. Titus returned from a trip in the northwestern part of the county Tuesday. The dance that was to have been liven Mon...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 February 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES W. W. SANDRKH, Pablliher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA yxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ii t 1 FEBRUARY J898o ' 1' Sun. Mon. Tue. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sat. '. i ? 3 A. : J3 U 15 6 7 18 9 ' ' : 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 : . vo ... .... .... .... ... , THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. WASHINGTON NOTES. A thkatisk, entitled the "Inspec tion of Meats for Animal Parasites," has just been Issued by tho agricultur al department at Washington. Consul Oknkiiai. Lkk has nmdo a re port to tho stato department at Wash ington on tho killing of Oen. Arangu ren In Cuba. Gen. Leo goes Into tho details of tho betrayal of tho insur gent leader for money and puts tho Spaniards in a vory despicable light. Hknatoii PicTTiaitKW'fl sub-committee of tho Indian affairs committee is in vestigating tho conduct and manage ment of tho Osago and Kiowa Indian reservations in Oklahoma. Twknty-hix of tho boarders and serv ants at 315 East Capitol street, Wash ington, were mado sick through eating somothing...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 February 1898

ft ! r -v s f V- A k F&L m Of 1 FOR EQUAL BIGHTS. Annual Convention of tho Woman Suf frage Association Called to Order. Bills Susan II. Anthony DollvorB Her An mml AflflrtMS Work or Alius Gregg, of Knnsnq, Complimented Protest Against Missouri Delegates. "Washington, Fob. 15. Susan B. An thony called tho 80th annual convon tlon of tho National American Woman Suffrago association to order at tho Columbia theater yesterday. Tho dec orations consisted mainly in the dis play of two handsome American Hags, each with four stars, emblematic of the states which have granted tho right of suffrago to women. Prior to tho general public session there was n meeting of tho executive committee which was more fully attended than on any previous occasion. Four states and territories were reported as not having paid up tho necessary dues, viz., Utah, Colorado, Alabama and Ar izona, and, in accordance with tho rules of tho association, tho delegates from them would be denied the privi lege of voti...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 February 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES W. TO. 8ANUEKH, rnhlUtier. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. ALONE. That's little Jimmy como on, Jim, And kIvo tlio madam here your hand. 1'vo had much worryln' with him Since his mother1! burial, and It Bccms sometimes Ills words'll make My heart, In spite of strlvln', break Always askln' where sho Is, And longln for his mother's kiss. I ain't a tryln' to forget 1'rlBcllla's memory, you know JePt want to bo resigned, and yet He of'en makes tho teardrops flow. Jest now, when up the rond you come, Ho couldn't see you plainly from The place ho wus his hands he'd clap, And cry: "There's mammy comln', pap!" Sho ust to sing fiomc melcrdy At night when uottln' him to sleep; Ho misses It and comes to me, And In my lonely armH will creep; An' "SlnK to me like her," lie says, Till 1 again can see her face, And see the smiles she had for me. And ull the days that ust to bo. Will T. Hale, In Chicago Tlmcs-Hcrald. mtittMMiitiuMMMtiiWNMMti I "A Child Shall Lead Them," 1 BY EBEN E. REXFOR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 February 1898

A "Frontier j VjffloD- 'r.. - rtt. i i Oil ONCE the ra ther of His Coun try was to be properly honored in Wathenn. The settlers had de elded that It ought to be done, and the method of Its carrying out was left to a committee consisting of the storekeeper, the teach er, and one of the lending cattlemen who, rumor suld, had once owned u li brary. ' "Of course it ain't proving nothing about our honesty that we do this sort of thing," remnrked Borden, the run die foreman, "but it's the right thing to do." "Yes. Washington wns a fine old gentleman," added the storekeeper, "an' we Virginians always will stand by liini." "Mighty nice tiling to be honoring the leader of a revolution," broke in a gruff voice from the rear of the store. It was the Englishman who was over seeing the fencing of the Olympic Cat tle company's new lands. He had been a farmer over in the Cimniarron coun try, and wns always objecting to what ever was on foot. "Flush up. you got too badly licked to talk," wns the re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 February 1898

'BHJMCTw SftWV Off A $"fj r - j'"' " i mJililiiTm-n ' """" JI""tfL'" tlM -- at ICoryrlcht, 1B3S.J .IIEKE, Maggie, I've f explained every thing to you, and :sxus if you nrc afraid you need not go." "I am afraid, M a j. Tallmadge, but I'm ready to go. I'll do my best for you." "Very well, then. .Remember the words 1 have given yoti, and don't fall to hasten back to this inn. I shall be .here and wait for you." Maggie Ilickok lifted the basket of ggs, and carrying it upon her arm at .onco left the tnvern and started on her walk to Philadelphia, five miles nwny. Jlcr step was light and an air of detur . urination was so manifest in her bear ing that the major nodded his head in approval us she disappeared up the road, and said to himself as he reen tered the house: "She'll do." And much more than Maggie knew depended upon her success that day. In a general way she knew thut Maj. 'fTallmudgc was in command of a band of cavalrymen who were scouring the region and endeavoring to gain such ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 February 1898

4 THE NEW "WOULD. Intcrcnt Is Arouncd la the Cnnntlla Went. The exhib its of grains and grasses, roots and vegetables, the product of the fer tile lands of Wcstc r n s& Canada, which were made at the several ntato and county fairs in 6omc of the Western states this fall, have awakened considerable in terest in the lands which the Canadian Gov ernment has opened for settlement, and which are given free to settlers. The agents of the government, who are to be found in these states, are flooded with inquiries re garding the conditions on which these lands may be secured. Largo numbers have lo cated on these lands during the past year, and send back to their friends most encour aging reports. They say they have entered on an era of prosperity, and are well pleased with both the agricultural possibilities and the climate. The provinces of Manitoba, Assinaboia and Alberta arc especially adapt ed to diversified farming. In some parts the country is specially adapted to stock raising, a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 February 1898

illllJtJiiiwiwti!iii'iu.ijitii)MjJPiiiHi)'iiMJMiyMiifiiiiiBwpiiiJi;imw 1 B Bert Conch Hymn. Tastes Uootl. Use In time. Hold br drrrliiK T)R. W. W. KEELING, Nemaha City, Nkbiiaka. Office first door south of Park hotel W. W. SANDERS, Notary Public Nemaha City, Neb. ir tat si:.titvn, PLASTERER Aorao nnrt Aititlto work a Hpr-clnltj, OIh rrns Unlit, l'apor lliuiKlng, KnlhomlnltiK ml WliltowitMiliiK (l(ii)o. I. oh- prises, All work wnrrunloil, Kerker & Hoover, Dolll'l tit H1iii"tl i)'iivt4 pulil for hides, lard, tftllow attinn, nip' NEMAIJA CITY, NEBRASKA. ,1. L, M12LVIN, M. D., I'll. D., PHYSICUHD'OBGEOH SIM(!liiw4 !. Ulnoiu- . . out i o Women r.wi li I ti prniin- "iiswor nil cullh, nluht. O til co rcRliluiidr. I DlH. i Will t d(iv or Nemaha Cornet Band Ib ov prepared to furniah good musu fot 'M'lili.inonts. picnics memotiai IRI Vl H, l' Silt iHf.lliM. HI . dtl'l'd Cll H- --I'M I ' MlllbU' J. B ' "otiieu Sfo'y . V 'ANl'KHS, ( el Wh urn ItcprcNt'titlng iiml I'ltroiluiil iilf Ml. Kil. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 February 1898

f A ,7 4 ebmslm Mdvertim. VOLUME XL1I NEMAHA NEBRASKA FRIDAY, FE13. 25. 1898. NUMBER a $ V ffo (1 Far vm " v. a- M IK wr v l'fw. f- my i: .- .? l 4: f rv-'-M I it, c ' j ( p ' 1X'iv 'ry 1 0 V i ' If" -r 'rT in 5 )wM V Local News. See Sam Anderson's ltd. ' - - J, W. Webber la quite site. Tlie rod la are Improving a little . - Mm. Falrbunk (or Qno millinery.' Jerry Murliitt was in'from., Auburn Thursday. " v Sura Audetson paid Auburn a visit Thursday. - i i Is. 13. Scrlvouer paid Auburn a visit Wednesduy. Minor Taylor paid Brownvillea visit Wednesday. Mra. James Knight returned from Auburn Thursday. Geo. Chapman mov.ed down on Mont Burson's farm this week. Notice the auvertisoinuut of F. K. SkeeO, the harness ranker. Ben Parker was down from Auburn Thursday on a collecting mission. Mrs. Earle Gilbert went to Nebraska City Wedueidtiy, leturning Thursday G. N. Titiici weni to Nebraska City Wednesday, in the interest of the nur aery. R-abe Elliott has gono to housekeep ing in the west ro...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 February 1898

WtW9RJ V - ftwii- Art TIE NEBRASKA ABVERTISEB 9 VT. W. 8ANDKIIS, Publisher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. "WASHINGTON NOTI'.S. Skcuktauv JJmhh, o tho interior de partment, wns culled upon by Webster Davis, Congressman Cowherd and E. L. Martin, of tho Gulf railroad, for the purposo of having commissioners uppolnted to assess damages for tho right-of-way of tho road through the Indian territory. , CoN8Ui Ojcnkuat. Lko cabled from Havana on tho 10th that ttio number of dead from tho battleship Maine dis aster was JJ(J0, with Ofllcers Mcrrltt and Jenkins still missing. Iliiv. Alkxandrh Kknt, pastor of tho People's church at Washington, has made arrangomonts for tho meetings at tho church Sunday evenings to bo addressed by congressmen, who are to discuss social and financial problems. Thomas' .Tkfvriibon'h birthday anni versary will bo celebrated on April 111 by the National Association of Demo cratic clubs with a subscription din ner in Washington. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 February 1898

m tt ) h t r "m a i r if- THE 31AINE HOEKOR, Tho Number of Dead Seamen Now Thought to Be 260. Bomo Survivors Kcnoh Key West, Fin., nltd Thoy Ponli-l'ooh tho Idea That tho V Disaster to thu ltattlokltlp IViin hii Accident. Washington, Feb. 17. After a duy of intense excitement at the navy de partment and elsewhere, growing out of tho destruction .of the battleship Ifahio in Havana harbor Tuesday night, tho situation last night, after the exchange of a number of cable grams between Washington and Ha vana, can bo summed up in tho words of Secretary Long, who, when asked, as ho was about to depart for the day, whether ho hud reason to suspect that tho disaster was the work of an enemy, replied: I havo not. In Hint I am influenced by tho tact that Capt. Slgsbco has not yet roportcd to tho navy department. on tho cause. IIo Is o vi olently waiting to wrlto a full report. So long as ho docs not express himsolf I certainly can not. I should think from tho Indication!, how ever, that there w...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 February 1898

-A. I1 I'i Jfi THE.HEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKUS, roblUhev. NEMAHA. NEBIIA8KA NIGHT AND MORNING. When the cvcnlnK Inrnpfi are burning, and tho clock-hnnd points nt elKht, And mother throws a glnnco at mo that means: "It's growing late;" When I'm deep within a story of a chap chased by a leopard, Or when tho popcorn's popping out like sheep without u shepherd, Or when I'm at a game with Hen, and know I'm sure to beat him, And havo to stop It off at onco before I can defeat him Why, then It really seems to me ns though It might bo said There's nothing I dlsllko so much ns ono little bed. Hut when tho night has passed away, and back the morning comes, And Mary, standing by my door, upon.lt loudly thrums; When I'm dreaming Jolly dreams all of skating on the ocean, Or of coasting down Vesuvius with swift and easy motion, Or when tho air Is chill outside, and I am warm and cozy, And long to sleep a little more, because I am so dozy Why, then It really seems to me as though It might be...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 February 1898

I V WASHINGTON SOCIETY. It Takes It3 Ouo from tho Lady of tho Whito House. An Epitome of (he Soclnl Life of the ISxeontlvc Mntmlon Dolly ftlnil- ison'n 1,0110 nnd Succcaa- ful Helen. Special Washington Letter. The history of social life in the white house is recalled by passing events, and should be elaborated. Mrs. George Washington, after her husband's inauguration, set up the "first republican court" at No. 3 Frank lin square, New York. Its etiquette was copied after that of foreign courts. The rules were very strict, and persons THE FIRST RECEPTION. , were excluded unless they wore the re quired dress. Access was not easy, and dignified statcliness reigned. In the second year of that administration the seat of government was removed to Philadelphia, where Washington took a house on Market street, between Fifth and Sixth streets. Mrs. Washington held her drnwing-rooms on Fridny even ings of each week, the company assem bling early and retiring before 10:30 p. m. The ludy of the m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 February 1898

Hi nrW'M" iiff CJHwWr " mpHHraRMj. NOTED WOMAN DEAD. Wlss Francos Wlllard, President of tho National W. C. T. U. Passes Away. Ilcr Condition Hud lloon Critical for Sev ern! Day mill Month Was Not Unex pectedIn Her Dcnth Vlrtuo Loses n Champion. New York, Fob. 18. Miss Frances E. Willard, president, of tho Woman's Christian Temperance union, died nhortly after midnight this morning, id tho Hotel Empire, this city. Miss Willard htul Butforcd for somo yeura MIS9 FRANCES K. WII.I.AIW. "from profound anemia, and on several occasions had boon given tip to die. On her arrival hero five weeks ago Bho was much prostrated and readily took tho grip, which attacked tho stomach, liver, Intestines and later tho norvous system. Tho disease progressed favor ably and in many respects sho had greatly improved when the fatal issuo came and overwhelmed tho norvo cen ters. There was no cancerous degrada tion of any organ as has been stated. Thoro will bo funeral services in Now York city and later in Ev...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 February 1898

i. )' t ft H W w. m i rn si '1 jf m1 On (he Wronfc Tack. Ho aimed to bo a statesman When ho (started out to work; Ho thought he'd bo a Webster, A Macauluy or a Durke. For years ho tolled obscurely In the Interests of the state, But at last turned politician. Bo now he's rich and ureat. Chicago Dally News. I'crliutin That la Why. "When a doctor is ill he invariably culls In another physician io treat him, but one tailor never goes to nnother for a suit of clothes." "Well, u doctor who treats a doctor never sends a bill for his services." Judge. IDENTIFIED AT LAST. "Pa, who was the old woman who lived in n shoe?" "She was originally a New York girl who married n Chicago shoemaker, and was left a widow without a home." Harlem Life. Not n SI lii. Her lover Is her beau till they arc wed, But after that he'll be her beau no longer; Nor is she sorry bow-knots, bo It said, Oft como untied, but marrlago tics aro stronger. N. Y. Journal. 'ROBUING PETER TO Not JiiHt iim He Alcnnt. "Johnson" wa...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 February 1898

f35 inl,jWJJIWWJlii i UM11UIW W a Um T)ll. W. W. KEELING, aEMAiiA City, Nebbaka. Office flrat door Bouth of Pnrk hotel W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public Nemaha City, Neb. llll.lt SKJIBWKY, PLASTERER Anran pnrt Amtttfl work n. Hpoolalty. CIh. iernn oulir. Paper UanRlng, KnUomlnliiK nd Vlill(iWH.hlng ilono. Low prises, All work wnrrntilnit. Krker & Hoover, Doiiler lt MEATS Hitftt.t (iricox pulcl for tildes, lard, tallow Nh , i.l TPY, NEBRASKA. .1 I.. M.ELVLV, M. I)., Ph. D S1 . iHscuw or I lio Hklu Ills- llHIItiil UIXl C 111 111 IT 11 Will uwr alt chIIh, either day or rculiioncc. Cklx K. SKEEN, i - Dealer in 1 li vk h tlMl cIohh harms ninkor oni 11' VVoiu. Kiinrntool. Prices reoson nlilt a op nortli of UniK stoio. 2 25 Nemaha Cornet Sand IS --v. for ,t C -J W .t iured lo tuniish '(! miisii ' ti wientrt pintles memotial j -mii'i.ic i .ii jii i iwuou i iif I .a'ler . t "i-'y -ANDHIW, ,i It. ir-enllllK I I l ilt'l I1K M i R II klfmnin .(man "9 w Ul iilllQlli It i UNtlliiK Llv n'yuia...

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