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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 April 1899

, r AETEIl FIFTY YEAKS. Bill Arp and His Wife Celebrate Their Golden Wedding. Ulniiy Prclty Present HpcpIvimI llnc SvnUiiictitN of Friend Written In Prune ii ml Vorjie The Af terninth. The celebration of our golden wed ding Is over, and my good wife and 1 are still marching to the end of the journey. The ilftieth anniversary of our wedded life brought no ehangeand did not for a moment stop the ticking of the marble clock upon the mantel. The days and the weeks and the mouths are still coming this way. We dad not cross the Bubieon nor the Jordan nor the Styx, but only set up another mile Btone and marked it GO. Now we are on the last quarter stretch, nearing the goal, and if it was left to us we would mnke it an even race. Birth and mar riage and death are the most notable events in this life, the most pregnant with fate, and destiny, of happiness or misery, and it becomes us to pause oc casionally and ponder them. If we can do this with serenity and gratitude it is well, for there i...

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. — 7 April 1899

- t &rm GOVERNMENT FINANCES. .1tflMit mill ICximnilUurrn for Miirnli J'ulillo llclit Ktutcimuiit Comptroller or Ciirrniit'j'x Hnuurt Cnlniiiin. Washington, April 3. Tho monthly comparative stutoment of tho govern ment receipts and expenditures hIiowh tho following: Total receipts for Mnroh, 57.n:to.u:w. tin In crease, as compared with Mnrcli, IBM. of about 2,(KX).00O. Tho cxp-nulttiros nro Bliown to Jmvo been tl.,.W(J.'7l, wliloli lonvo u surplus for tho month of tlUTW.Ooa, Tho receipt, liowovor, Include u iiiiyineiilo' ll.7lS.3t I. nindo on noennnt of tho Central I'nolllo rail road, exclusive of which tho receipts oxoocd tha expenditures by iSWWU Tho rcrolpts from customs dtirltik' March nmouiitod to VMVM.m. from Interim! rovo nun, 4UJ.07I.IU7, and from miscellaneous HuiirceH, fin.l2i.fKl) This In mi lncrciiso In custom", as compared with March. 1MS. of about Jft.lWO.OM); In Internal revenue, iy.7H3.OC0, and from iiiIhobI lanooim HOiirooH of nearly MUHK) WW Tho total receipts i...

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. — 7 April 1899

r NATIVES COMING IN. Filipinos Seem to Have Had Enough and Many Return Home. CHEERING NEWS FROM GEN. OTIS. Kffortu to tcttn tlm ItMurgnnt Army Un huccpim in (Ion. Merrltt Interviewed cm tlm Outlook In the Phil ippine Iftlnntln. Manila, April 4. The natives con tinue returning' to their homes. They urccoinliitf in nil along the American lines and many of them, seeing the promises of good treatment aro ful filled, are Inducing tiieir relatives to return to their homes. Maj. Gen. El well S. Otis, commander of tho Ameri can militury forces, has received the following message: "Hearty con gratulations on the most magnificent work of the army. Dewey." The United States Philippine com mission (the lost member of that body, Col. Charles Donby, former minister to China, having arrived here) will dis cuss tho situation. The commission ers are hopeful of a speedy restoration of peace, believing hostilities will soon be confined to the habitual revo lutionists. Iirig. Gen. Harrison Gray Otis sa...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 April 1899

r I . Aft.,gjc;wuitMJilMnrawCTwCT'OT.wiw Sfi5JMM5; fHtfirAR llSi f AIL Oonah Byrup. Tiwim UockI in imn. Pol a try (lmcglt. EEEIMEEilJS rl. W. W. KEELING, jNkmaha City, Nkimiaka. Olllco at tlio drug store. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public Nfimalia City, Nob IKF.it Sli.'illUKY PLASTERER Acmo unit AkhIIIo work a Rpeclnlty. CI. cniH lull It. Paper HiiiikIiik, KiiUoiiiIiiIiik ml WhllowiiKhliiK ilono. Low prises, Ail lork wiurnnte.il. Kerker & Hoover, Derdor In tlluhest prle.cn puld for litdcH, lard, tnilow (.lino, etc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. IZSBSMti j. n. SEID, Urocilor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. MEMAHA, NEBRASKA- "W liuvo tlio rlgH, who i you would tlilvo; Our ton in h look wull, they uroiUlvu. KlKi lioro tliiit hIiIiio; thuyiireO. K. Kop traok of Workmiiu'H ovory ilay. Blou lllco our toimiH; they're mndo to v,o, And In tlio lmrncsH novor hIow. Noxt tlino you drlvo, you traveling men, Sunk Worknmii'H pluoo, mid como hkiUii. Itooii up thin pluco wlion toimiH you feed, in 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. — 14 April 1899

ebmsh dvertim. VOLUME XL III NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1899. NUMBER 42 She ip fmmK &JU jaw wa A- 1 Local !N"ews The roads are getting better. Don't fail to hear Joe Jones, Have you got tbe spring fever? Garden making is new at hand, Old papers for sale at this ofllce. Fine weather. A welcome change. Try Benzo Cream. Emma Crina, ogt. Dr. Keeling is having a cistern dug. I. N. Cooper visited Auburn Thurs day. Arbor Day Saturday of next week April 22nd. Benze Cream removes tan. Emma Crim, agent. T. 13. Skeen was down from Auburn Wednesday, Dr. Keeling has been about sick fer several days. Some needed repairs are being made on the depot. Sam Soper returned te Nemaha Fri day morning. Sam Anderson returned from St. Joe last Saturday. J. B. Berger moved into his new house Monday. Harry Linn got a new road wagon a few days ago. Spring has come, and receives a hearty welceme. There is a One opening for a harness shop in Nemaba. W. H. Eagle is building a barn for the Titus Nurse...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 April 1899

tatria i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKKS, I'libllnlinr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. V4--X4.4.xa.XXXX4-X.tXXXXXX4.4.4-4..J' APR1LJ899. Sun. Mori. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. 3 To J7 24 n 16 18 23 25 26 30 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt"TT THE WOULD AT LAHGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTES. Diu Dai.v again appeared before tho court of inquiry ut Washington on tho 4th ii nil reiterated his former state ments that tho refrigerator boof given to tlio soldiers Hinolt like a cadtivor after it had boon embalmed. Dr. Nlc odomus, of l'iiiladelphia, who saw Borvieo in I'orto Rico, corroborated Dr. Daly's testimony. Tim acting secretary of war recolved information on the -f lit that miners on tho Copper river in Alaska woro in a starving condition. Ho sent a tele gram to CapL Abcrcromblo to tako supplies and mako every effort to re lievo tho miners. Tin: president has appointed Col. Adalbert I. Rufllngton to be brigadier general and chief of tho bureau of ord nance to succeed tho late Gen. Flagler. Tin: ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 April 1899

V fli I L ' fr. v 1 ? SANTA CllUZ TAKEN. Gen. Lawton Drives the Rebels into the Mountains. MORE AMERICAN TROOPS NECESSARY Onn Jonrr.l S7 Thnt 100,000 Snlillflrs Will llu Wiuiti!(t to 1'ut Down tho Ito- hellion Filipino rupi-r Coiumnls IJIanriniimurvt Otln UUpntoll. Manila, April 11. Gen. Luwton has captured Santa Cruz at tho extreme end of the lake. Ho drove the rebels, who were commanded by a Chinamau named Pno Wall, into tho mountains. Tho Americans had six men wounded. The rebels lost US men killed and 40 men wounded. Santa Cruz was tho Filipinos' stronghold on Lake Lagunn do Hay, and it fell into tho hands of Gen. Law ton's expedition after sotno sharp fighting, forming one of the most interesting and important battles of tho war. Plans of tho American com manders worked porfcetly, with the exception that tho progress of the expe dition was delayed by tho dlillcult nav igation of the river. About 1,500 picked men composed the expedition, which was under tho porsonal com mand of ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 April 1899

f ! i ' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKK8, l'uhlliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE OLD-TIME CIRCUS. tThu circus thirty years npo was better far than now; The elephant win n wonder Jtint to seel I could watch htm half a day Ah ho fed hlmHclf with hay; And each separate beast was worth the jirlco to inc. Novcr clown wnn half so funny; rover monkey half ho droll; All tbo tinsel was puro metal thon tome; Kvcry acrobat, ninazlnj;; every rider, sim ply ureal; And that small tmpozo man what a, man was hoi And when tho woman sane: "Wo Parted by tho Itlvorsldo," And "You'll Not l-'orcct," and "You'll 3to- incmber Mc," Oho was really o pathotlo Thnt I wlprd my eyes and cried; 1 wanted then to tako lior home with inc. Tho shows wo fleo In theso duy aro never half ho lino; Tho cost of tickets often bothers mo; ThoUKh tho man still crackfl his whip, And 'tho clown seems pretty flip, Tliero Ih nothing much Icarotohoiar ornee. ThoiiRhts of business, taxes, losses; rheu matism, other crosses, All com...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 April 1899

1 r , v. I- L -' 1,1 1 .-.7 WEALTH IN TURTLES. Promising Minor Opening for North American Enterprise. ryplcnl Turtle Flnhtnir In .Inmnlcn How the Ucptllcrt Are Cunuht and Marketed IronicvtN of the Industry, Special Kingston (Jamaica) Letter. Ah an adventurous sport turtle hunt ing Is simply "not in it." Tar moro ex ;itcmcnt is to be got out of even eeling tir crub ditching. But when it comes to interest interest of the right sort, nmteriul Interest, that is Df all the tropical enterprises that lurtakc of the nature of Held sport rvhilst conducing to the accumulation of wealth with a comparative mini iium of initial outlay, commend mo to Ihc catching of the humble turtle. In this direction there is an almost rirgin Held open to go-ahead American nterpriae which might be exploited with no little advantage. Now that the Attention of American enterprise is be ing so extensively centered on West Indian lands (and waters), it would be & distinct loss, at once to the national pocket an...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 April 1899

1 I c- MOT AT TANA, ILL. Serious Disturbance Takes Place in ths Mining City. SEVEN PERSONS SHOT TO DEATH. Minn (Ulinrft Wminilnil X Ni'tfrn Minor tlio Direct CutiHn of tlm Klot Martini I.mv I'ronlulmml y (iovt I'm it ti n r. I'ana, III., April II. A deadly riot, tliu most serious disturbance that, lias occurred liuru since tliu union minora instigated il strike in April, 1800, was unacted .yesterday, resulting In huvoii persons being shot to dcatli and nine wounded. Tliu Hituatlon quieted down at nightfall, and no moru trouble was looked for. Adjt, Gen. Ueeoe, Col. A. V. Culver and three companies of in fantry arrlvuil at six o'clock in tho ovenlng on special trains, and perfect order was maintained throughout the town from that time on. Henry Htovons, a negro miner, who lias long hucn considered a leader among his associates, is declared to liuve been the direct causu of the riot. It is said he was also the leader of the riot that occurred last September. .Stevens has lone; uheribh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 April 1899

r '- America mid Germany. So soon ns America showed her charac teristic firmness the German cruiser left Manila Hay, and we now protect the Ger man interests. In a like manner all elonv neh ills ily before the wonderful power of llostetter's Stomach Hitters. It strikes a the root of all diseases the stomach, and not only cures indigestion, constipation, bil iousness, liver and kidney troubles, but cures them quickly and permanently. It makes a hearty appetite and fills the blood with rich red corpuscles. It is an awful shock to find that we have been polite to people who were not worth it. Puck. Songs about the Klondike should be writ ten in a "miner" key. L. A. W. Uulletin. Ail Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, Srnur op Viae, manufactured by the Camfounia Fig Syhup Co., illustrate the value of obtaining' the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to bo medicinally laxative ami presenting' them in the form most refreshin...

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. — 14 April 1899

U r Kra&tnflfci ojiiiifl V If fl i ss$ wWl rl mats WHIKI All llbt fails. .. 151 tj liort Condi tijrop. Tamos Orod. Uro Kj Lg, In tlmo. Sold liyclniKSlut". rH !The Nebraska Advertiser! JUTa ', JQIL Y. W. KBKLING, ftlCMAIIA OlTY, NlSUHAKA. Ofllco at thn drug Btoro. W. W. SANDERS, Notary - ; Public Nomnlia City, Nob F B BMP & Bl.'Hi VJIZ 1 PLASTERER Adino mihI Aunllto work 11 Hperlnlty. CIh. cniH liulll. Pnpor IIiiiikIiir, ICfilMfitnliiltiu ml Whitewashing done. Low prices, All tori: wnrruntml. Kerkcr & Hoover, Donlor In Ts.ElA-TS Highest prlccx paid for IiIiIch, lard, tuilow RillHC, iilo NEMAHA Oll'V, NJ51IIIASKA. J. H. SEID, Brocdor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- "Wo huvo tho rl(H, when you would drive; 0"r tciiniH look woll, thoy nroullvo, Rltis hero Hint shine; thoy uro O. K. Ki'op track or Workman's ovory duy. Jjfflon lllco our teams; tlioy'ro iniulo to k, And In tho ImrnoKH never hIow, Nxt tlmo yon drlvo, you Unvoting mon, Sok Workmuu'H place, am...

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. — 21 April 1899

Mdvertmr. tati ft fort & t? h & VOLUME XL1II NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1899. 5UMBEK 43 Local News Como out and hear Joo Jones. Old pnpera for sitle ut this office. Try Bonzo Croato. Emma Grim, agt. Miss Maud Minick visited Auburn Wednesday. Harry NlehollB came in from Pawner City Tuesday. John Colglazler, of Shubert, waB in towu Tuesday. Mrs. Wm. II. Hoover roturned to Lincoln Wednesday. S. K. Anderson is having tho sand hauled for his new brick store room. Mrs. J. W. Taylor and Miss Nellie Morton were in from Auburn Tuesday. J. P. Gohoe, of Brownville, did aome painting on the school house Monday. Mrs. J. M. Armstrong and Master Rob ware in from Auburn Thursday. Mr. Phillips, former postmaster of Peru, was u Nemaha visitor Monday. John E. Crother ia working at Young's harness shop at South Au burn. Harry McCandless shipped one car of hogs Wednesday and two more Thursday. Mrs. Ollie Scovill has boen Blck for tht past week, but is able to sit up a little now. J. P....

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. — 21 April 1899

1 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER '. W. HANDKK", I'ublUlirr. NEMAHA, - - . NHBRASICA. Y&:rk:4i: ik4AA4db WkiA -k tf 1 APRIL J 899. Sun. Mon. 76 17 24 Tuo. JFrl. 7 14 21 28 n 18 25 16 23 30 TfTFfTtT'fTTTfTT'TtTTTTT ; THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nows. WA8IIINOTON NOTIJJl. MlflsCo.NHTANCK I.NOAI.I.H, the daugh ter of ox-Senutor Ingulfs, of Kansas, was married at Washington on tlio Ivith to Robert Silicic, of Reading, Pu., a lawyer. An order was issued by the war de partment on tho 13th mustering out many general olllcors In order that they may accept appointments under the aet of March 2, ISM). DiHi'ATC'UKH received at Washing ton stuto that a party of 105 Ameri can and British sullors wore forced to retreat to tho beach after having been euught in an ambush on a Herman plantation in Samoa. It was estimated that 800 warriors at tached tho Anglo-American party and several British and American otlicers and men were killed and their heads Revered by Mutuufu's warriors. Tho German...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 April 1899

r AN EXTRA SESSION. Congress May Be Called Together Prior to September i. THE WADE COURT OF INVESTIGATION. I'ror. Atwntnr Tt-stlfloi About Ills ICxi ini tiation of lUtloiiN KxtrA 1'itr to Ito Kxtonded to All Our Snldttim. Washington, April IS. A prominent Houator from onu of thu northwestern states who is close to thu president is authority for the statement that the president will call the Fifty-sixth con gress in extraordinary session ut some date prior to September 1. The house currency caucus now in session at At lantic City is expected to finish its work some time early in the summer and to bo ready to Bubmlt some meas ure, or a number of measures differ ing little in general principles, upon which the republicans in congress can strike a compromise and which will provo satisfactory to the rank and file of the party as a relief from the present currency evils. The early enactment of a satisfactory currency bill is believed to bo for the best in terests of the party. Many of the...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 April 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADYERTISEB V. W, HANDUItH, l'nblUhor. NEMAHA, NERRASKA. WHEN SORROW CAME. When sorrow camp, I did not look For nny vlBltor that day, Hut In besldo tlio Ingle-nook Hho slipped In calm, familiar way, Ait one, ti (I oar and privileged guest, Wlio pushes wldo n door njar, And, Broking only friendly rcHt, Situ down where (ill the kindred arc. And first surprised, I rcnrcclyknow A word to greet the stranger face; Tliero crept ft numbing shadow through Tho brightness of my dwelling place. So duml) lier lips, so veiled lior eyes, Ho chill tho hnnd In mlncsholald, Tho mniHhlno vnnlHhed from tho skies, And In the cloud I knelt, afraid. Hut sorrow etnyod, until I henrd, In that hushed nllenco round her drawn, A'olces moro Bweet than song of bird, Tho lender tones of loved oneii gone. And floating from tho silvern shore, Whereon tho ransomed walk Hcreno, Cnmu wafts of fragrance blown heforo Tho angels ns they hither lean. Then, swift transfigured, sorrow turned. , Her look was wond...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 April 1899

r . i v 7 SQUATTER HOW ABE HOPE WAS GOING TO RISE UP, BUT DIDN'T. By M. QUAD -Copy right, IIW "Drat my hide, but I orter known I wasn't fit ten mul couldn't be iltton!" exclaimed thu old squatter iih wo 8iit fishing on the banks of the Missis sippi. "What's happened now?" 1 asked, wondering' If lie had hooked u catfish. "I was jest thinkin of how Majah Tripper dun throwcd me down on poker two years ago. Can't never think of that without gittin' mad clear tiown to 1113- toe-nails. It's a powerful Ijood filing fur the majah that he's left these yere parts and gone west." I asked him to tell me about it, and after growling around for awhile, he began. "Some fellers cum down yere from the no'th and cut all the hoop-pole timber on my land and paid me $250 in cash. Majah Tripper knowed all about it, and one day when 1 was Muokiu' my eo'n-eob on the shady side of the cabin he cuius along and takes off his hat to the old woman, and pats the dog and smiles at me and says: " 'Abe Hope, when y...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 April 1899

LAWTON RECALLED. Gen. Schwan Talks About the Gen eral Being Ordered to Manila. GEN. LAWTON NOT VERY SANCUINK. A Itnllnf Tlmt 100,000 .Mm Will ln lti llilrril to Kulxluii tint Itntin'n (Jinitrt'n lllMKtlri till' ClllllHtl TIlM Cllllllltll llrftiiulnl TMnntT-Flrnt OIT. Vnshingtoti, April 18. When n dis patch announcing tlio rouull of Gen. Lawton was reported to Hrlg. Goti. Sch wan, noting udjutiiMt genural, liu ald It wnn in accordance with tho tin JorLtitnUncr of Ihu war department an to Hie purpo.su of (Jen. Law ton's campaign: Ocn. OHh sent this expedition to southern T..117.011 for tho purpose of ilcstrovlnu unv In fturKont fores thl tuliilit bo found there, to innlton careful ri-rniiiinlsMinca of tlio territory and to Hpruiul liroatlrusl tlio recent proclama tion of Mio Philippine commission. wottltiK' forth the purposes of this Kovcrnmcnt with respect to tho Islands. I understand tlmt lio will release nil prisoners th.it ho has taken, mill tlmt limy will 1m Hont to their liftmen...

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. — 21 April 1899

xl OPPOSE SELF-GOVERNMENT. PLEASED WITH ALBERTA. w I 1 r Mtlnluo Nntlvrs 8r That Independence Would Knmilt In ditto, ICniUim Trltml H'ltrn mid Kurnncmn Iittorventioii. Manlln, April 13. The United Stutcs Philippine commission is hear injf the leading residents of various nationalities, priests and Spaniards, numbers of them appearing voluu tnrily on the subject of the future of tlio islunds. The questions pul to all are: "Do you believe the Filipinos aro capable of self-government in the townships?" 'Do you believe the Filipinos aro capable of self-trovern-ment in the provinces?" "Do you believo the Filipinos are capable of self-government iu the archipclagoi1" All of those who have been interro gated, including Filipinos who sym pathize theoretically with independ ence, have replied to the third question with remarkable unanimity in the neg ative. Independence, they say, would result in chaos, endless tribal wars and European intervention. A fow of them think that provincial self-g...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 April 1899

u V X r pvttirtutiKWii'iiri'fnwx'-' 'Ji'i'ii!ivwuijiiut'tiuurrii.nriuTiiu)tm-ijiwwtuNi4itMxfnjivurimtMfiirirMii &3L3l9Ii13 fM fr.K :Oiits viiuit Ail ut Couch Hrrtip. Ta.it en tfood. In lltno. Holrt by 1 niirelrt. 22i2E5I QU. W. W. KEELING, NHMAUA OlTV, NlSHIlAKA. Office at tho drug stoic. W. W. SANDERS, Notary Public - ! Nemaha City, Nob JC K BMP SMJ.MIS Till IT PLASTERER Acmo nntl Auntlto work u Hpcclnlty. CIk crnn litilll. l'npor Hnnglng, ICulHomlnliiK ml WlillnwiiMliliiK iloiio. Low prises, All lorlt wnrrnututl. Kerker & Hoover, Denier lu MEATS ItlKliost prlcoH paid for hides, lard, tnilow K.uno, file NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. J. H. SEID, Urocdor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- "W"0 huvo tlio rlt-n, when you would drive; Our tennis look woll, tlioy itronllvu, H,Iks lioro tlmt Hlilnc; tlioy are O. K. ICcop truok of Workmiui'H ovory tiny. Men lllco our teiuiiH; llioy'ro inmlo to go, And lu tlio harness titivor hIow, INoxt l'mo J""11 tlrlvo, you traveling m...

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