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

V h s i THE FARMING WORLD. TRAINING THE COLT. Row to Ilrcnk n Yonnuc Anlninl to Take the 1111. Last spring 1 had occasion to notice a queer freak of animal disposition. While breaking a three-year-old colt 1 began to flatter myself of the complete success, when all at once he became ob stinate in taking the bit. This notion grew upon him in such a way that in u short time it was almost impossible to bridle him. Although of uncommonly gentle and docile disposition, and will ing to be taught anything require! of him, he would raise his head and close Ills teeth whenever he saw anybody ap proach him with the bridle. After try ing all sorts of manipulations without avail, I happened at one of these un pleasant undertakings to put my hand in the corner of his mouth, laying the ends of my fingers on his tongue. Thir BREAKING A COLT TO TAKE A BIT. induced him to open his mouth, and im proving this opportunity, I slipped the bit into his mouth. After that, when ever the colt hud to be bridl...

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. — 18 March 1898

DON MCDONALD'S OATH. Copyright, 1898. "Whim the brig "Highland Chief" was ready to go' out of (Joule at Liverpool, -....? r t ...i .... It.. ..1... ....... I uiivuig u eurgu lur iiiiniumo, rniu wu admired by all men. Sho was a new mhin, fitted out in the bout manner, and Don McDonald, her captain, wan also 'laer full owner. He wan then a man about CO years old, and had been a cap tain for many yearn, lie had a good reputation among owners and gallon. Jt was imld that no man aboard one of Ills whips had ever been .struck a blow in anger, and he fed hit erewH ho well that he could always have his pick of the bent sailors in port. Ho sailed away on Ids long voyage with the good wishes nil, and for weeks all went well with Mie "Highland Chief." She had got down below St. Helena when there vnmo a calm. It is a matter of scientific -record that there was something very singular about that calm. It did not extend over .'JO miles in any direction. Ships passing to the east or west found -.i...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 March 1898

'3 4 WOMAN'S FATE. Prom tho llocord, llushncll, 111. No woman is better able to speak to others rogurdiug "woman's fate" thun Mrs. Jacob Weaver, of Bushnell, 111., wife of ex-City . lursliul Weaver, She had entirely re jvercd from the illness which kept her bed last much of the time for live or six years jast, and says her recovery is due to that well-known remedy Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills. Mrs. Weaver is lifty-six years old, nnd has lived in llushncll nearly thirty years. She is of unquestioned veracity and unblem ished reputation. The story of her recovery is interesting. She says: "I suffered for five or six years with the trouble thnt comes to women at this time of my life. I was much weakened, was unable much of the time to do my own work, and suffered beyond my power to describe. I was downhearted and melancholy. "I took many different medicines, in fact I took medicine all the time, but nothing seemed to do me any good. , "I read about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 March 1898

jIHU'J-Jmul'WMMaHMIJWllW w jummjunuMiiwjtJUMjnijjL'uiJWimw 1H i; 11.1 U 1 la Bert Coimh Hjrun. 'I'Mtc Uooil. Ubo la tltno. Bold by (IrnggliilA. jyil. W. W. KEELING, ftlCMAHA OlTV, NkBKAKA. Office flrat door south of Turk hotel W. W. SAWDERS, Notary ; - : Public Nemaha City, Nb. flit, MP SMMMJVJlir, PLASTERER A win niul A K ntl to work n Hprclnlty. CIh trn Inilll. Paper llnnuliiK, KhUoiiiIiiIiik and WlittnwHuliliiB dono. Low prlcoB, All work wiirnintiil. Kerker & Hoover, Dculcr In HliUient prices paid for lilileH, Inril, tnilow rfftino, lc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. J. L, MELV1N, M. DPn. I)., QVKCIA. iKH: DIhuiihuh of tlio Hkln, IUh- V'otnuii mill Olillilron Will nmviff nil ciillH. ultlicr day or jiro.ii' li?IU. ulllrc ri'Hldunnc. P. K. SKEEN, Dottier in HA. ItNBSS I liuvo a IlrHt cIubh liiirnosH mtikor cm ployed. Work unnuiU't(l. Prlcos rcnHon ublo. Shop nortli of druK Htoro. 2 25 Nemaha Cornet Band. Is now prepared to furnish good music for entertainments, picnics, inomoiial servic...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 March 1898

ji U $ VOLUME XLI1 NEMAHA NEBRASKA FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1898. NUMBER 39 gjTjjrgsj Local jSTews. Windv weather. Mrs. FairbtmU for lino millinery. Mrs. M. Snow returned to Auburn Friday. Additional local may bo found on the last page. Chub Henderson was up from Shu beM Thursday. Mrs. 13. A. Minick went to Johnson Fiiday morning L. 1). Smith has moved into Miss Crosby Feery's houee. Frank Woodwind went to Lincoln Tuesday, returning Thursday. Miss Pearl Findi, of RrowHvitlo.vis ited Nemaha liiunds Tuesday. Mrs. Scoct, of Stella, is visiting her daughter, Mia. Chas. F". Zook. Nebraska City Leader Hour lakes the lead. Sold by S. Gilbert &Son. Rev. J. P. Waldron is holding a protracted meeting tit the Christian church. Wo will send the Kansas City Jours liul and This Advhhtiseu both one j ear lor only Si. 15. More spring wheat hits been sowed in this section this spring than for many years pioviously. Dan Holmes has recently moved his family from Johnson to Talmage. He has a meat market i...

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

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDICKH, I'ubllihsr. NEMAHA. NE1JRASKA THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Hows. WASHINGTON NOTI'S. Lkadkhs in congress arc working for an early adjournment and May 1 has been fixed when It will probably take place. At both war and navy departments news censorship is taking on war timo rigor. No employe Is allowed to dis cuss even routine orders, and Chief Crowninshlcld, of tho bureau of navi gation, asked Secretary Long for an order denying all newspaper corre spondents entrance to state, war and navy departments. Tun news was current in Washing ton on the 10th that tho report of tho naval board of inquiry into the Maine disaster was expected to reach that city within a day or two. Tin: agricultural department at Washington has just Issued a bulletin on tho San Jose scale In 1800-7, pre pared by Entomologist The conditions In over L. 0. Ilowurd. IK) stlltCS und territories are given. Spain has Intimated in a friendly way to the state department a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 March 1898

THE MAINE IlEPOUT. The Result of tlie Court's Investi gation Expected Thursday. Extraordinary Precaution Tiitcon by the Authorities to I'rovpiit tlm Contents of tho Docuiiiaiit from Heine Known Ilnfiiro It Iteaehert tlio l'ruiiltloiit. Washington, Clinch 22. The pro cedure in connection with the submis sion of tho report of tho Mnino court of inquiry by tho president to con gress is now clearly outlined, and a cabinet oflloor yesterday explained the general line of uution at present in tended to be pursued upon receipt of the report, which is expected to reach Washington next Thursday. A copy of it will be laid before the Spanish government very early and, as soon as can be consistently done, the report will bo sent to congress and made pub lic at tho same time. Tho report to congress will be accompanied by a message from tho president stating that, after receiving the report, the conclusions were laid before the Span ish government and appropriate ac tion from that quarter asked. I...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 March 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER m W. W. 8ANDKK3, I'ablUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. QUEEN OF TOMPKINS SQUARE. I met her nt tlio mission school, Ami wooed and won her there, T)ie mistress of the golden rule, Tlio queen of Tompkins Square. Bho wan a little wornnn when She made my heart her thrall; Little and yountf to conquer men. And yet the queen of all. The ladH alio tniiRht wcro sharp aa sin And toiiKli as hickory hark; She wiled the wily gamins In And made them toe thomark. I Haw those pagans Christians made, And sin and squalor flee; The maid who made this change, I said, A heaven will make for me. Call mo n fool or sinner's son, An angel 1 would wed; Though fool was I, 'tis fools rush on Where angelB fear to tread. My hopeful heart sho did not grieve, 1 wooed and won her there; And thus 1 wed my Genevieve, The queen of Tompkins Square. Edwurd N. I'omeroy, In N. Y. Sun. -- , AN ANCIENT MARRIER. y 4 By Pleasant Rldtrhood. "'-----'- -"-' IT SEEMS to mo that every stage In this star-spangled rep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 March 1898

u fo li i-s 1 1 W K THE FARMING WORLD. FIGHTING INSECTS. Sonic Vnltinlile Formulas FitnilNhed by l'rof. Mnyiiurd. Every fruit and plant 1ms its peculiar insect enemies unci fungous discuses. Progressive formers, gardeners and fruit growers are provided with spray ing machinery for overcoming these pests, and spraying is as much rou tine work as is cultivation or fertiliz ing. For fungous pests, because of cheapness, effectiveness and lasting qualities, the bordeaux mixture has superseded all oilier mixtures. To make it, four pounds of copper sulphate or blue vitriol are dissolved in two gal lons of hot water; or, suspended in a coarse rack in n cask of cold water it will dissolve In a few hours. Caustic or quicklime, four pounds, is then slaked jtlowly by adding small quantities of nuter until thoroughly dissolved. When DOUBLE CYLINDER SPRAY PUMP. cooled, the lime wash is poured through a line mesh sieve into the dissolved copper sulphate. To the mixture is then added 25 to 50 gallo...

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

22US)DD&!taO(5D!5C!S)DaODDD2503DD30?S)DODDrj9SDOD553DDD?3D UN LOVE WDTH Copyright 1093. 3COOSeSGeGC6CGG5GOCCOCeCOCGGCCCOeSeS2eCSCGCGOCCeCCC When Ezelricl Hopkins, only hoii of Hczckhih Hopkins, farmur, was 20 years old llio Widow Dcaklns came to livo on the next farm to this north. jU.cklol observed that she was about :0 years of age, passably good look ing and of a thrifty turn, with the farm all her own and no children around, but lio stopped right there for six months. 31c was a hard-worker, slow of foot and of Rpceeh, and there was nothing im petuous about him. When any of the family said anything in praise of the Widow Dcaklns in Ids hearing he took about ten minutes to think it over, and then replied: "Ynas, the wlddcr is a gaiil-durned nlce-lookln' woman, and some cvenln' I'm goln' to grease my butes and comb my h'ar and go over and play fox-nnd-yecse with her." lie meant what he said, but it might have been years Instead of months be fore he got around to it but for ncel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 March 1898

h A GOES TO PRISON AKONE. Ohio 3Imi (iotn a Vonr'H Sentence f?rn Tvctinlcnl Ilefn lent Ion. Tho warden of the Ohio peniten tiary ut Columbus wua ustonished to wiul u man at ins door recently who ear lied in his hand his commitment papers ordering a year's imprisonment, re ports the New York World. This was the iirst time he had ever seen a pris oner unaccompanied by an oillcer vol untarily come and say lie was ready to begin Ills term. The man was Ingle W. Hush, aged 45, born and raised in Logan county, 0. Hy hard work and strict economy lie and his faithful wife, assisted by the oldest of their eight chil dren, had gathered together money, lands, cattle, utensils and the like worth $20,000. lie had become a man of standing in the community and for several years had served as treasur er of Stokes township. By reason of some investments lie made which did not reali.e as quickly as had been ex pected Hush was called upon by the board of education to turn over 54,700 of school funds. l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 March 1898

. "l jragngggnrangcgiWCTra ,njjmysem.manmmmnma , t The Nebraska Advertiser 6&&p tt neet Cornell Syrup. Tnntos Ciood. Uko in umo. wnii by tlniKKlntn. gEEsamga i lffi&li$58M iMmniwnnni liiunitmiHMi'rrjiiim'iiiiMMi.,jicg J)ll. W. W. KEELING, INKMAIIA OlTY, NkMIAKA.. Olllco drat door south of Park hotel W. W, SANDERS, : - : Public Nemaha City, Nob. Notary . S1J'lu:ilH, ruUlUhir. SUHSOIIIL'TION, 81.50 IMJU YKAIl FRIDAY, iMAJtOIt SJii, 18U8. ftopibllc a nf ffiftWfl ftewspopor i&v'Bgiag Tho Cuban quostion crisis. is Hearing a F tm "if twim a di rji imM1 R I w tv M PLASTERER Actno nnd Aantlto work ri Hpoclalty. CIh. tcniH liiillt. 1'iipor Hunting, KulHoinliilnu nnd WhllowiiRhliiK Uono. Loyr jirloos. All work wnrrmuoU. Kerkcr & Hoover, Healer In ZMIIES.A.TS HlKliost, prlccH.jmlil for hides, lard, tnilow fJW110, IllU' NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. Ohio, Indiana and other states in that section are having destructive floods. Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Chas. )' Zook, Friday morning, Marc...

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

Ki : Ittf, hn tvhB h t it H M 31 5f o f t alW Tt if- KiH ' M ' U V ti ssM TIL VcJi u a dm h M. OH LHflll ErB BBsHBrB VOLUME XLII NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AVRJL I, 1898. NUMBER 40 9 to '7 1 HiOGEil jSTews. Make garden. :yn Fool's Day. Mrs. Falrbank for fine millinery. Ono week from Sunday is Easter. Atlditiomil local news -on the last .lolm Fnt.iur was up from St Doroin Wed u cad ay ; 1?. V. Mulr whs down from, Urown villo last Sutuiduv. Dave Gilliland. tho Peru liveryman, was in town Tuesday. Geo. Ernst of Johnson county, was 5n Nemaha" Wedjieaday. S-i 1 1 - . .. Mrs. Henry Sanders, of Urownvillo, was in Nenmlm Tuesday. Nebraska City Leader (lour lakes tlnT JfiWl. Sold by S, Gilbert & Son. ' : Uncle Henry Hurt, of Aspinwull, has been very sick for some time. Gecj. Andf-rson, of.Langtlon, Mo., 'visited his hi.qther, S..K-hiBfc week. ; John H. Shdok, who now lives at , t. Auburn, was-in Nemaha Wednesday. Thns. B.Skeen was in from Auburn last Saturday, and gave this oilice a so ci...

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. — 1 April 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. SANDKKH, I'ublliher. NEMAHA, - - - NEHRASKA. THE WOULD AT LAKGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTKS. WiiKr.i.oac O. Vka.bv, of Vermont, formerly u member of tho intcrHtiito commerce commission, died at Wash ington on tho B2d. IIo resigned from the commission about a year ago on account of failing health. Ho was a well-known 0. A. It. man and helped found tho order in Vermont. i Tjik republican sub-committee of tho house committee on banking and cur rency laid before tho full committee a. bill "to provide for strengthening tho public credit, for tho relief of tho United States treasury and for tho amendment of the laws relating to na tional blinking associations." The purposo of tho bill is to throw upon tho national banks the entire burden of finding gold for the notes of tho country. Tiik feeling was universal through out oflletal circles in Washington on tho 23d that the culmination of tho Spanish crisis was near at hand. Tho president hold earn...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 April 1898

y I y MIINLEfS MESSAGE I Tbe Presidoit Outlines the Find ings a the Maine Court. NO REC01MENDATI0NS ARE Tlio I'riililont Int I'rHKlont invnKoi noiinornin vtimni .nliftlin Mnttflrhv CoilirreAS Tlio atlc IL'lthtli Government Informed of tliu Cuurt'lt FlntllnKS. AUsiiinotox, March 29. The presi ded yesterday bent the following mes sage to congress: TVtho Congress of tlio United Stntcs: '''or somo time prior to tlio visit of tho Maine Hnvnnu harbor our consular representatives dinted out tlio advantages to How from thu I..I. nf nn( Inmil btiliia tn tlin Piilmii wiitnrv In iw- rmxtmnlni; tho nconlo to tliu nrcscnccof our fine as tho symbol of good will und of our ships In tho fulfillment of tho mission of protection to Amorlcun Interests, oven though no lmmcUuto need therefor might exist. Accordingly on the 24th of Jnnunry hist, nftcr conferring with tho Spnnlsh minister, In which the renewal of visits of ourwnr vessolsto Spnnlsh waters was dis cussed and ncccpted, tho punlnsular authori...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 April 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADYEflTISEB 1 W. W. BANDKHtf, robltihcr. NEMAHA. NEBRA8KA. PURE WHITE FROM EBON BORN. ninck wcro tho clouds na though wove from tho night, JTct from thorn sprang rare blooms of spot less white, Just as raro lilies from tho block mud spring, Just us tho nightingales from dork night sing; Nature delights In contrasts, ond her care Fiom things most gloomy creutcs things most rurc. i And so when dun clouds darken, fierce winds blow, Bho pads tho storm with feathery flakes of snow, Uncli ono a blossom, beautiful and bright WlthjQ Us sparkling; crystals prisoned Its heart nn altar where clear tapers bum, Softly as through an alabaster urn. As summer winds blow scented kisses far, Tho winter's kisses theso snow-blossoms are, As dtllento as fairy fillgrco Draped over every fence and forest tree; Pure glistening gold beneath tho ruddy sun, Spun silver 'neuth tho moon when day Is done. HenviMi frowns as dorkly as tho brow of night, With sullen clouds, then sends forth blos soms w...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 April 1898

V h i AGRICULTURAL HINTS REMODELING A BARN. Slow It Can lie Done I2iTecUlr nnH t .Sumll I2xiienn. As tlic country grows older, and iiui l)cr for building purposes gets scarcer, the fnct Incomes more and more ap parent that the practical farmer should endeavor to derive the most benefit pos biblc froai under one roof. Tills ap plies in particular lo the burn. A barn with a basement under it may liave nearly a tliird more room than one with out, and that at the expense of bift little more building material. Especially is 1,his true it' the bam is located on an incline or bank. In any case, however, tin most required will be stones tor the vail, and generally speaking, stones of tlic requisite sort can be had in most Idealities i abundance. Of cour.se, there has been pome con troversy of late years concerning the comparative -value of a bank or base' THE OLD BA11N. meat burn and one built on level ground. Nevertheless, te writer haz ards the opinion that no farmer who contcmplntcsbiiil...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 April 1898

mrfEVBYVII'lMEl tiB C1DD3 s 1 p-wftsf (Copyright, 1896, by J. li. Llpplncqt t"Uj ' CIIAl'THU I. The train stopped at Sldington jiint Songonough to have a trunk thrown oil and allow one passenger to alight. The t,nmk v mine, the passenger myself. Then t lie train went on again, the en gine, pulling and hissing in a vain at tempt, to aequire suddenly the greatest Kneed, seemingly in great impatience thnf, it. lindhcen compelled to stop at all which was not to be wondered at; for, when I gazed around, from what I could hcc, Sldington was nothing more than 11 Htation house, 11 few miles of railroad, and a wide stretch of hilly country. There was a young fellow of about my 31RC aland ing in the doorway of thewait-ipg-mom. lie was regarding me. with evident, curiosity. 1 stepped up to him. "Where is the station agent?" 1 asked, bricUy. "Why, I'm the agent," the fellow re plied, in drnwling tones. "Isn't there any town here, or at least it Hutllctncnl? Is this '.' sweeping my arm around in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 April 1898

i r KhT " s t A. i MANY PEOPLE KILLED "Tornado in the Indian Territory Leaves Devastation in Its Track. At l.oast It Head unit Others Injured at LnhlKli mill Coiil Onto Mlnuxtor ton risliliiR Crow NcbniRkit IUI.urd. South McAi.kstim, I. T., Mnroh 23. At lenst 14 pooplu wcro killed und much loss of property resulted from a tornado thut struck Lehigh und Coal Gate Saturday night and mowed a path ahout half a mile wide ulmost to this city. The families of four farmers were destroyed. Several bodies are missing and the death list may not bo less than a score. The dead as far as known are: James Seafoam, wife and three children; Alex, l'endergrass and family; Samuel Stinson, wife and five children. Passengers from Lehigh late yes terday evening state that in the coun try southeast of this city the tornado left in its path many killed and maimed. It came upon the country suddenly and people had no time to prepare for it. Few were able to reach their cyclone cellars in time to escape the d...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 April 1898

MranrwnnvgtcmRSTexTSffsascrTKSZRicnT laseSs J)Ii. W. W. KEELING, INkmaua City, Nhhkaka. Onico first door bouIIi of Park hotel W. "W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public Wcmalia City, Nob. PLASTERER A r-nio mid AKatlto work 11 upecliilty. CIn niH bulll. Fper IIiuikIiik, KuIhohiImIiik (1 WhllBwntiliiiiB done. Low prises, All torn nnd work wnrrHiitaU Kerker & Hoover, Donlor In iIlKlio8tprlcepaId for hldOH, lcxrd, tallow fjrttlll), IllU' NliMAIIA CITY, NEIMASKA. .7. L, MBLVIN, M. D.,Vn. I)., UMDSDBGE0I1 S1 iI'KOIAi-lllW: DlHOdHOflof th Hkln, f)ln. oiinet u WOiiiun iiiul Ulilldrou Will promntu nnswor all nulls, ultliur day or ultjtit. Olllco t roNlduiioc. f. K. SKEEN, Donlor In HARNESS I hnvo u llrHt clans lmrnoHH maker cm ployed. rirk Ktmriiuti'i'd. Prices ichmhi ubtu. Shop norm of drug stole. , 2 2A Nemaha Cornet Band. Is now proparod to furnish good munic for entertainments,, picnics, niomoiinl aervices, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed. Charges reasonable. J. E. Ckotiikk. Sec'y. 0. N. Sandi...

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