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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 April 1898

y .. v i y- h i . 'i jit x. m FULL OF STEAMERS. Twelve Thousand Klondikers Al ready Gathered at Skaguay. Aerial Trumwny Aci-ohh "White Vanm Kuw 11 ii n Ml 11 tr Toll ltund Shixrkn Kxuct Heavy Tribute from- the Gold Seeker. Special Skaguay Letter. The great exodus from the United States and Canada to the Yukon gold Holds has begun. It Is believed that by the middle of Juno fully 50,000 gold seekers will be on their way to the Klondike country. Already peo ple are arriving at Skaguay and Dyea at the rate of 600 a day; and the St. Michael's and Yukon river transportation lines announce that their facilities will be taxed to the utmost as soon as naviga tion opens. Conservative reports from the Klondike districts are to the ef fect that there are too many people Ihero now, and that those physically and intellectually unfitted to cope with the hardships of pioneer life should not venture their chances in the wild scramble. But such words of caution, although based on official investigati...

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. — 22 April 1898

, .Vasassfcj-.'' f I l! fc WILL NOT RECOGNIZE -After a Hard-Fought Battle the Cuban Resolutions Pass. Tho Itfinoltitlon Say the l'ooploof Cuba Are, anil of Hlght Ought to lie, fTreonnd Independent Tho Kenoln- tlonn nn Adopted. Washington, April 10. After ono of tho hardest fought battles nnd seven conferences botweon the two houses In many years, congress at an jarly hour this morning came to an agreement upon tho most momentous 'question it lias dealt with in a third of ncontury. Tho Cuban resolutions wore passed and will bo sent to tho president to-day. Their provisions mean tho expulsion of Spain from tho island of Cuba by tho armed forces of tho United States. There were many roll calls In both houses, and each body held tenaciously for its own reso lution. Tho conferees had great dllll ' culty In agreeing. Tho first confer once showed a determination on tho part of tho house not to yield a singlo point, and it was only after long con sultation with tho houso loaders that they a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 April 1898

THE ARMY ORDERED SOUTH. A Decidedly Warlike Movement Taken at IV imlilncton 20,000 Troops Will Ho Untidy to Cubit. Vashinqton, April 10. Decidedly too most warlike stop taken by the de partment in preparing for the possi bility of an encounter with Spain was inaugurated yesterday when orders wcro issued for tho concentration at four points in the south of sis regi ments of cfvalry, 22 regiments of in fantry and the light batteries of fivo regiments of artillery. At Chlcka mauga there will bo six regiments of cavalry and tho light batteries of fivo regiments of artillery; at New Orleans OEN. NELSON A. MII.K8. (Commander of United States Land Forces.) f eight regiments of infantry; at Tampa, E seven regiments ot niiantry, anu ac Mobile, seven regiments of infantry. Since the civil war no such propor tion of the army has been mobilized, and the movement itself is tho best evidence of tho gravity of tho situa tion, as looked upon by the president nnd his advisers. Tho determination to r...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 April 1898

.. feMttw e ' H fi fWirWMLJIMIIlJlUIUtiWIJIIl.illl' I.JJtlUlUAJLUIUlWjUM Si est Couch Syrup. Tumcb Gixxl. Upo S B3 In (lino. Bold by dnik'nluK fl JQ It. W. W. KEELING, Hemaiia City, Nkiuiaka. Ofllco first door eotith of Park hotel PLASTERER Aciiiq nnd Aitatlto worlc n Hjiroldlty. CIh. tcrtiH liulll,. I'apor UiuikIiiKi ICiilHomtnlim Bnil WIiIIowiimIiIiij; dono. Low jirisos, All work wnrriintml. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In :m::ed-Ats HlKticNtprlccHpiild forhldeH, lard, lailow RiHUU, IllC NEMAHA. CITY, NEHRASKA. J. J,, MELVIN, M. D., Pit. IX, pitsicimmdsiib SPKOfAl-llKH: DlBotiHCAor tho Mlcln, !)! oiiMt't o; Woinoti and Clillilrmi Will promnli' nnswer nil rallH, cither day or uli;lit. Ufllco l rcsldonoe. gem ?. k. ssm The Nebraska Advertiser IF. IP. ..VifW, fuliUtur, SUISSOIIIl'TION, 81.00 VKU YKAU FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 18J8. Ropublican UpL&4tfk lUewspopor A Mr. Daily, representing tlio Nebraska Independent, of Lincoln, gave us a call Thursday. Dally papers aro now in great :le mand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 April 1898

A w JU VOLUME XL 11 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1898. NUMBEIl 45 Local. 3STews. Old papere for suit; at this olllce. Mrs. Fairbank for lino milllnory. Pink social al Minick hall tonight. Walter Uudlock drove out to Auburn Monday. Arthur B. Paris 1b very sick with ty phoid fever. Moao Veach was buying hogs in Nc uuiha Wednesday. Judgo Brosdy, of Lincoln, was in town last Saturday. J. W. Huntington, of. Auburn, was in town Wednesday. Miss Nollio Morton camo in from Joiinoou laft Saturday. Rev. J.1 r. Waldrou preached at Brownville last Sunday. W. II. Lorance, of Auburn, .was a Nemaha visltoi Monday. Mib. May Baldwin ha? been sick with malarial lover lor borne time. E. E. Rumuuugh went to. Humboldt Saturday, leturumg Monday. Miss Cora Frazier wont to Hiawatha, Kansas, the first At this week. Nebraska Oity Leader Hour takes the lead. Sold by S. Gilbert & Son. Mike Motsinger tells us ho will move to Shubert tho lirst of next week. Nemaha will soon iiave telephone couuectUm wi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 April 1898

-HWT1 '? wpf-ffifpy - 'gyryiyy'y "' ,",'"J'wp"lMllw,wwSaaBllwww!iw'ww'u' w1i Mii.iiiwiin asaiia .. -" ""' - " i! G T I m til Oh r ) THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. IV. HANDICHH, l'ubllther. NEMAHA, NEURASK THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. "VVAHIIINCTON NOTi;s. Thk notable events of tho 20th tit Washington wcro tho signature of tho president to tho joint resolution re quiring intervention in Cubn, the noti fication of that notion to Senor Poloy Jlornnbe, tho Spanish minister, hi (le innml for his passport and the prompt reply to his demand, his departure from Washington and tho transmis sion of an ultimatum to Spain demand ing her evacuation of Cuba and an an swer by the 'J.'Jd. Postmastkii Ukn'kuaTj Gauy, of Mary land, has resigned, and Charles Emory Smith, of Philadelphia, has been ap pointed to succeed him. It was stated at tho white house that Postmaster General Gary's resignation had abso lutely nothing whatever to do with our present foreign complications, but was owin...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 April 1898

V ) k f k THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. W. SANDKKS, fablliuar. tIEMAnA, NEBRASKA. THE PRIME OF LIFE. Oh, b'ii-iw tho glad sun'H wnrmth and light! Away, my love, we'll wander, To where tho larch shines green andbrlg-ht Against the dim wood yonder. 'Tho young Bhoots sprout so fast to-day, The old oak leaves are falling, And from the copplco faraway I hear tho cuckoo calling. illark! there among tho high olm trees The thrush sings where ho settles; .And nee, below, anemones Put forth their blushing petals. Does not tho poet tell how spring ' Affects a young man's fancy? And so my heart turns, while I sing, To love and you, my Nancy. Each step new charms does nature add, Now beauties still discovers, 'To make tills old world young and glad For uo, young, happy lovers. -Ours Is tho Joy the lark feels thoro Tuning his song to madness. "Thank God that wo are young, who sharo And feel the young year's gladness." "Then let our years be sad or gay, And bo rhey few or plenty, "Yet, sweetheart, w...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 April 1898

OiwtmW" mOmimlii 1- . J2SR3aWiaw- """.j ni ti H C S 'f (17 t ffl ni 1:1 tliB erf ia THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDEKB, 1'nblUhar. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. r . ' ' ' , " : THREE LITTLE WORDS. " Baby is dcadl" threo llttlo words Flashed o'er tho wlre3 ono day, Copied somewhero by unknown hands And thoughtlessly sent on tholr way. But I stopped to think of tho stifled sobs, And silent trickling tear, "Wrung from a mother's desolato heart. O'er her dimpled darling's bier. Somewhero a llttlo cherub form Is stilled to-night forever; Nestled away In Its cradle shroud To wake again, O, never! Tiny dimpled hands aro folded Gently o'er tho llttlo breast; Baby's soul has flown forever To its home amongst tho blest. Llttlo arms so cold and lifeless Never moro will cling In bliss Round tho mother's nock so softly. Itosy lips upturned to kiss. Llttlo fcot that tripped so lightly, Ilompcd and played tho whole daylong. Drifted from life's rugged pathway, Lifted from life's countless throng. All tho ll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 April 1898

.IA f.. N'! fc TO 11EACH THE PUBLIC How Publicity Is Obtained for a Large Railroad. .AdvertlnlnK Which Not Only Catehc tho Eye, Hut nt tho Snme Time Aliio Inntrnot tho Ucntler. The average newspaper reader cares very little about a. description of the tiresome routine incident to oflico du ties, but the methods essential in ob taining the necessary publicity for n largo railroad corporation will no doubt prove Interesting. "First of all," said Mr. B. F. Horner, general passenger agent of the Nickel VtSTlBBPT SLEEPIHO CARS fl COtOtttO MSTIM UUWfOHfaStllDTHE WANTS ATTACH tSTOlK tXPRMS TBAIN1. JF1 Of PASSmGtMONTHMIWWTCOACItU. THE NICKEL PLATE'S GIANT HAND. Plate road to a newspaper reporter, "be fore we investigate any of our methods let me describe the origin of the name. " 'Nickel Plate,' tho popular soubri quet of tho New York, Chicago & St. Louis railroad, has furnished the sub ject for the weaving of many u fairy tale, euch with more or less foundation in fact, as suited the p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 April 1898

llM"" .AW'V.- i, ,.t(l "ii"'r ' r4 'yj i f. I 4WWWWB fK ,. . -v '4m4HMM IEN W110 COMMAND THE NATION'S LAND AND NAVAL FORCES. THE POETS BLOCKED. State Department Notifies All Na tions of Our Military Plans. -United State Gunboat Nushvlllo Captures u Spanish Ship Near Key Wont ICn Klnccrs of Spanish Flout Pur posely Dlmihlu VtHHols. "Washington, April 23. There were i.wo further important steps in Wash ington towards actual hostilities, not xto mention tho overt act involved in "the scizuro of tho Spanish vessel Buena "Ventura oil Key West Tho first was tho issuo by tho president of his proc lamation announcing to tho world a 'bloclcado of a nuinhor of Cuban ports, ' -and tho second was tho signing by Aiim of tho bill providing for the util ization of tho volunteer forces -in war. Following up tho for ivnalitics beginning with the bloclcado proclamation, tho stato '-department yesterday afternoon ad--dressed an identical noto to all of tho representatives of foreign nations ac- credit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 April 1898

Uncle Sam Says: This America's Groatest Sprihg Medicine. Take it Now to Sharpen Your Appetite, Vitalize Your Blood, To Overcome ThatTired Feeling. Go to your druggist and get a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllla and be gin to take it today, and realize at once the great good it is Sure to do you. I-Hood's Satrsapariila Is America's Greatest Spring Medicine. ii ! ! i Not n Lawyer. "Now," said the lawyer who was conduct ing the cross-examination, "will you please Htatc how and where you first met this man?" "I think," said the lady with the uharp nos"c, "that it was" "Never mind what you think," interrupted the lawver. "We want facts here. We don't care what you think, and we haven't any time to waste in listening to what you think. Now, please tell us where and when it was that you first met this man." The witness made no reply. "Come, come," urged the lawyer. "I de mand an answer to my question." Still no response from the witness. "Your honor." said the lawyer, turning to the court, I t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 April 1898

rfVIBT timttnt nvm.mwHiiTrrmm - li ' 112 tl i rvs r wt J'jf mxsisxmm VMillU WHLKt All HSY AIX. Bort Couith Byrnp. Tftrtri Oiw.d, Um In tlm. Hold by tlnmftlMft. 'Zt&zism T)R. W. W. KEELING, NlOIAHA OtTY, NkIHIAKA. Olllco llnfl door muitli of I'ailc hotel The Nebraska Advertiser II. I HtJlttiUfs fuliUnlttr. Simsomi'TioN, - 9 l.M) vuu yisak W. W. SAWDERS, Notary :. - : Public Nemaha City, Hob PLASTERER Aoino unit AkuIHb work iv Npi'dnlly. (! (prim luilll. Pnpiir HiiiikIiiv, KhUoiiiIiiIiik iukI WIiIIowiinIiIiik ilonu. Low Hl3t)S, All work wiirrunliid. FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 18(18. hPUDflCH miwrt TO A. 0 Kerker & Hoover Dealer In 'JVC IE .A. TS IIIi'IionI prloPH (uilil for IiIiIom, ln.nl, tHilow g.inio, lc- N KM A HA CITY, NE Hit ASK A.. J. L MELVIN, M. I)., Til. I)., CI'iaMAi-'UKS: IUsonNPHor tins Hltln, Din O ixHri t U'omon unit ClillilrcM Will promote mower nil chIIh, o(t!ior iluy or uliilil. 0(1) co t leHldunur. P. K. SKJSEN, DonltT In I hitvo u llrat t-liiNM hnriit'KM tuuUer m ti...

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

dvertiser. r VOLUME XLII NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1898. NUMBER 45 he Mehwsfa wy Tfr. St V & A Local News. Lota of ruin. Old papers for sale at this office. Mrs. Falrbank for flno millinory. V. W. Seld went to Council Bluffs, Iowa, Wednesday. Jvlra. Nannio Peory,.of Glon Rock, is visiting Nemaha friends. Jeff Drumm is supplying Kerker & Iloovor with early vegetables. Mrs. N. L. Pierce, of Now Point, Mo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. II. Taylor, Ben Baldwin was appointed marshal Monday night. Now let evil doers look out. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moore, of Stella, were the guests of Seymour IIowo last Saturday. To (Jure Boadaclio In 10 Minutes, Take Dr. Davis' Anti-Headache. All druggists. Will Montieth, of Arcadia, wont to South Omaha Monday, after a few days' visit with Nemaha friends. Dr J. L.Melvin reports the birth on Tuesday morning of a ten pound girl to iMr. and Mrs. Fred Seabury. HEADACHE BU1CKLY CURED. Dr. Davis'Anti-IIeadache never fails. 25 cents. Mrs. F. A. Welt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 May 1898

ft- THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV, HAND1CUH, 1'ubllsliar. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. vjlj.xx4.axxjlxj.xxj.jlaj.jl j. j. j. ,yxxj 1 MAY J 898. Sun. Mon.lTuo. Woil. Thur. Frl. Sal. sll 17.18 9 20 21 "22 23 "24 25 2 27 28 Zy I oU I j J i 4 1 THE WORLD AT LAME. Summary of tho Daily Nows. IVASIIINOTO.V NOTICS. Oiidkrh wero issued at Washington on tho 27th to recruit tho army to Its full war strength of 01,000 men. An otlleial high in tho war depart mont at Washington was authority for tho statement that tho volunteers called for will bo held in their state encampments indefinitely, to bo or ganized and hardened. It was inti mated in tho same quarter that tho volunteers might not got a chance at Cuba until after tlio rainy season, if at all. A Wahiiinoton dispatch on tho 27th stated that President McKlnloy still hoped to free Cuba and end tho war with Spain without sending an army to the island. He thought that tho success of our navy in tho Philippines would cause tho powers to step In and compel...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 May 1898

V i h i f THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. W. 8ANDKH8, l'ablliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA IN FOG AND MIST. Morning Gray as any nun, Not a hint nf coming sun, Fog and mist, ncrosa the dawn, Have their heavy curtains drawn. Dripping branches, bare und brown Shall wo smllo or shall we frown? Hear tho voices faint and far: "All unsightly as wo arc TSvcry tree heart holds within Faith In nature's discipline. ,So wo welcome sides like thttsc, Welcome all her mysteries." Jtoso trees, shrouded In tho gloom, Do you ever hope to bloom? "What of dreary mists outsldoT Happy secrets do wo hide, jUl tho glory of tho rose, Do our folded buds Inclose." Jtobln, In a world forlorn, Do you frown away tho morn? .Shako of wing and swelling throat "Nay, I sing my gayest note; Dear old world, It needs my lay, Under skies so dull and gray." Shall I then, when clouds arise, Meet them with despairing eyes? Let my heart forget its faith, And my hope go down to death, Whllo tho world, tho clouds among, Needs all faith an...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 May 1898

IU IJ ME, J "i .VI i I y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. Vf. 8ANDKK8, Fubllthcr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. STRANDED. Let me Uvo a llttlo longer, Maybo tho tldo will turn; To-morrow, a llttlo stronRor, I may light, cnduro and earn. Prccloun tho load I carry, Bwect tho hitter demand Of tho voices that stnb and harry My heart for tho work of my hand. Yet, all day, tho sun 1b splendid; Who feeds Its glorious lire? Who loads, till night la onded, Tho Blum that novor tiro? Oh, life, life, llfol In tho weather Trembles tho Joy of It, Whon blrdB wing on together, And tho Holds with bloom are lit. I3ut I, I am Koro and falling, And tho sources round mo fall; My heart, my heurt 1h walling, Hearing my loved ones wall. And I lift this quontlon to Hoavcn, Reverent, despairing, fain" To keep tho faith: Why nm I drlvon Sheer on tho oplkcs of pain? "DocTlt'cnso Thee, Lord, my aching? Docs It warm Thee, I am co!d7 Do thoy comfort thee, tho quaking, Wan lumbs within my fold 7 Tot llfo a llttlo longer, Maybo tho t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 May 1898

PMHP I I h . ? A Sr PEN PICTURE OF REED He Is an Autocrat, But a Very Pleasant Man to Meet. When Not Excrclnlnfc III" Pnnotloni a SpLMikcr lie la Lovable, lull of 1'un, Genlnl and Unumially Kntcrtalulnir. Special Washington Letter. Thomns Brackett Reed, speaker o (he nntionnl house of representatives, ia possessed of autocratic power. Politicians and editors throughout the country have made all manner of comment concerning him and his meth ods; but only those who arc perfectly familiar with congressional affairs can understand the real situation. It is true that the speaker has com plete mastery of the house of repre sentatives, and that he cxcrclR.es his au- THOMAS B. REED. (IIow Ho Looked at tho Beginning of His Congressional Career.) ihority ns ruthlessly as the czar of Rus sia controls his broad domain. Speaker Reed has often been called the czar because of his determined character; but there is a vast difference- between tho real czar and the man who rules our house of represen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 May 1898

'i .'i r. bi 3 fi 9 1 i OKEAX ANXIETY PELT, 1Kb Dispatches Received from Dewey About the Manila Fight. tie lie linn IMt ninny Men Hn Mny lln Much KuilmrriiMOil In Maintaining I'limcv Hlon of Manila Tlio Future f tlio IhIiiiiiIh. "Wahiiinoton, May :i. It is a curious fnct Unit the tuition most Interested of till the groat powers in thu combat that Look place at Ma nil a Sunday should he unions the last officially lo know tlio result. Up to thu close of office hours yesterday absolutely tlio only information that our government Jiad received of the brilliant victory of Commodore Dewey and the winning of the battle of Manila on May day came lo the government through the medium of thu press dispatches. It thu report is true that Commodore Dowoy has begun a bombardment and blockade of the city of Manila, it is unlikely that he can spare a vessel from his licet to carry the news to Hong Kong, the nearest cable station, no it is not known when olllolal advices will come. The greatest anxie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 May 1898

V ik X Nt 1 A WOMAN'S BURDEN. From tho Evening News, Detroit, Mich. The women of to-day nro not ns strong as their giandniothers. They nre hearing a 1 mien in mlenee that glows heavier day by . y; that is rapping their vitality and cloud . i their liiitlmness. Airs. Alexander 11. Clark, of 417 Michigan Vvetiue. Detroit, is a typical woman of to day. A wife with such ambition as only a loving wife can have. Hut the joys of her life were marred by the existence)? disease. XlllTnrinir nn t linlls.l 11(1 w nf lmr HlstcrS liaVC euffercd, she almost despaired of life and yet biic was cured. "For live years I Buffered with ovarian t r o u b 1 e," is Mrs. Clark's own version of the story. "I was not fieo one single day from headache nnd intense twitch ing pains in my neck and shoulders. For months at a time I would be confined to my bed. At times black spots would eyeb and 1 woidd be- " became blind." come blind. My nerves were in such a state that a step on the floor unsettled me. "Eminent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 May 1898

TC??P,l'-iUB-1i;;BxreKregjxVJKViyjiW 7aaatMi.yyE5g?ag!g!'gxaxaaaaiMi r .. i ', 1 T ,' ' M I h i H 19 I R S333 VHtKfe Ai I IS II IS Uounh HrrnD. TairUa OoihI. Cm In Mm, floia br drwwliita. J) II, W. W. KEELING, IN km ah a City, Nkiikaka. Office flrat door south of Turk hotel W.W.SANDERS, Notary : - : Public Nomalia City, Nob PLASTERER Aotno mill Auutlto work a NpccIiiHy. CIh torn Imllt. Paper Hunting, KiiUointnliiK mid Vhltowtihlng dono. Low prlsuu, All work wnrriuitud. Kerker & Hoover, Denier In ZMZIEi-ATS H!licst prlocs paid Tor hides, Inrd, tiulow Inline, ntc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. J. U MELVJN, M. D., I'll. D., sf$sciiia SPKOIALUKS; Diseases of the Skin, Ils. ease o Womun ivittl Children Will promntlv nnnwor till cnllH, either day or night. Ulllco ot residence. The Nebraska Advertiser W. n H,tJmtJUft, ruhllthtr. SUHSOfUl'TION, 81.C0 I'KIl YKAK FRIDAY, MAY 0, 181J8. republican .0M5a S-rwOk? 1 irflrati ,ewspapor P. K. SEEEN, Dealer In HARNESS I luwo ii first class harness inalc...

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