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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 May 1899

r WHEAT FROM RUSSIA. IlroitKlit Here by the Aijrleiiltiirnl Department for the Ilciieitt of American Fn rm cru. During the last yenr the United States department of agriculture has had four agricultural explorers at work in dif ferent parts of the world, having in view the introduction into the United States of such seeds and plants as may prove to be of economic value. Prof. Mark A. Carleton has just returned from Uussiu. He is confident that some of the seeds he secured will prove of ben efit, lie mentions a winter rye which is grown at L'st-sisolsk, which is in about GO degrees north latitude. The climatic conditions are similar to those of Labrador. It is believed that this rye will do well in Alaska. The cereal that promises best re- NEW GIANT WHEAT. suits is the Kuhnnkn wheat from the Kuban territory, in the Volga region. While this is a spring wheat in Bussiu, it is believed it can be changed to a winter wheat here. Jt is hardier than any of our wheats, and is the great bread...

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. — 12 May 1899

lT 7 CHARMING ENTERTAINMENTS. I; t ' y . a '' Mh nAi frnrvr" riK. DuwoLKo An Electric Battery Which Furnished Him Something Very Different i:rom the Bloom of Youtli He SoujiIU. By CHARLES D. LEWIS. "Did (he expressman leaven piwhagc liere. tlilH afternoon','" queried .Mr. DoW HCr IIH HOOII UK 111 got IllHlfll" tlll'doO!' tllC other cveiilii. "Yes," replied JlrH, How-scr, "l)iit I liopc you haven't developed ti new fad." "Don't you get worried, m,v good woman, I never lificl what you call a 'fad' In all my lire, and I don't think I filial I rim oil' on a tangent at my age." "It's ii box," continued .Mrs. Downer, "and I lind an idea that It was an inula phone, niegn plioiii! or some other Hort of phono. If yon have gone and paid out '' or $.10 or sonic. hiicIi iioii NCIISC " "Tlint will do, woman that will do," In; Interrupted with u IIoiii'IhIi. "One Iiiik only to look at me to realize thai am not a man to indulge in glm ('I'iicUh and waste my hard-earned dol larK. After dinner we wi...

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. — 12 May 1899

h r EEPOET MADE PUBLIC Commissioners' Findings in Army Beef Case Approved by McKinley. Tlio Court of Inquiry CrltlcUm (Jon. MUci for FiitlliiRT to Promptly He-port Ilia DlHcovrry Unit Ilccf Wh Unlit KiiKitn Ainu CcitHurud. Washington, May 8. lly direction of the president, who approves the find ings, Acting Secretary of War Meilcle john made public the report and find ings of the military court appointed to Investigate the charges made by Maj. Gen. Miles, commanding the army, that the beef supplied to the army dur ing the war with Spain was unfit for the use of the troops. The most Im portant features of the report are: The finding that the general's finding that the refrigerated beef was treated with chemicals was not established; that his allegations concerning tho canned fresh or canned roast beef were sustained as to its unsuitabillty for food as used on the transports and as a long continued field ration; 'censure of Hen. Miles for "error" in failing to promptly notify the secr...

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. — 12 May 1899

w IJJf2CfWTWWf11PWTWPWSt'3rfW3tffWW rOTtTgra'Tiiit.ij.i.iiniiuuavtMjw 1 H'1 1 I h rU. W. W. KEELING, icmaua City, Nkhiiaka, Olllco at tlio drug store. W. W. SANDERS, Notary - Nomnha City, Nob ni a: mp smmuvky PLASTERER Acme nml AKiitlto work n specialty. OIh emu litillt. Pnpor IIuiiKltiK, ICiilHominliiK ml WliUowuHliliiK dono. Low prlceu, All tork warranted. Kerker & Hoover, Donlor la MEATS lllKhoxt prlocH paid for hldex, lurd, tallow Bruno, nlo NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. W hnvo tlio rlgn, whoa yoa would drive; OttrtonmH look well, they nroallvo, Rltjs horo tliiitBlilrio; tlioyaroO. K. Xcop trnok or Worlctnnu'H every diiy. Mon lllco our tcamn; tlioy'ro iniulu to ko, And in tlio liarnoHH novor hIow. Next ttino you drlvo, you traveling mon, Sook Workman' plauo, iiiul como again. Iiooitup this plnco wlion toainH you food, lu hero tlioy'ro treated well Indeed. Very low our rates nro found Evory tlmoyou drlvo iirouud. Rigs, ImckH mid drays and homes host. You Rlvolho word, wo do tho root...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 May 1899

tbmslm Jjdverfaer. ,'i -; VOLUME XL1II NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1899. NUMBER 47 Whe y. t ?. ef I JJ!,. If you buy it at LOWMAN'S it's GOOD. Wo have received tin entire New Stock of DRY GOODS, consisting of HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, and tho finest selection of WASH DRESS GOODS in Nemaha county. AVe gunranteo onr prices and quality against all competitors. Give us a look, EDW, E. LOWMAN, Brownville, Nebr. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and CHINA. Old papers for Bale at this ofllco. Nemaha will celebrate this year. Croquet sots for Bale at Kceling's drug store. Base balls, bats and accessories at Reeling's drug store. Kceling's drug store lias just received a stock of fresh paint. No one denies that Nemaha county needs a new court housa. Colonel Joe Harper, tho livery king of Shubert, gave us a call Tuesday. For Sale A 4-hole Marseilles corn sheller in good order, S. C. Shuck. J. D. Rainey and Ed Grant, of Bruwnville, wero Been on our streets Monday. If you want to buy a hu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 May 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADYERTISEB W. W. BANUKIt", I'ubllilier. NEMAUA, NEI1RA3TCA. THE WORLD AT LARGE. 8ummary of tho Dally Nowd. WASHINGTON NOTUH. Skcuktaiiv Wii.hon left Washington with IiIh private isecrctnry for Now Or leans t examine tho Hiiffnr lnturentH. From New Orleans he will proceed to b number of points in tho lower Mis nissippi valley states, upending a weelc or ten days in an investigation of the agricultural situation. A oahi,i:oham was received at Wash ington from Admiral Kant, on the 10th stating that all was quiet at Apia, Samoa. Tiik state department at Washington lias been informally advised that claims atfgrctfutiiitf a considerable amount have been made by Hritish, French and German residents in Cuba during the recent insurrection and that these ulti mately will be pressed against the United Stales government. Hkau A dm IK A I. Kc'llM'.Y decided to leave Washington for an extended trip west, which is to include a visit to Sen ator and Mrs. iManderson at their Ne braska h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 May 1899

M M ' ,v - ' Br fit. I i. &' AGUINALDO'S BLUFF. The Filipino Chief Says the War Will Continue at All Hazards. THE SITUATION AT ZAMOAXGA. invest IkhMoii Into the State of Affair In thu Stilit (Irotip of Island An En counter with Kohuls In tlio llrusli. London, May 1(5. The Filipino junta licrc has received the following message from Agulnaldo, cabled from Hong Kong, under date of May 12: The Filipino government, In nccordnnco with the general feeling of the country, has decided to continue the wur nt uU costs until Independ ence Is scoured. The Filipinos energetically refuse the American pence overture, bused on restricted autonomy, coupled with promises of suhscuuent self government. The Filipinos demand a strict fulfillment of the articles of the Amerlcjn constitution iind treaties contracted by tho 'American representatives when imploring a Filipino nlll nnco in combating the Spaniards. AH tho Fili pino generals support Aguinnldo. Gen. I.unn's reported overtures for pence arc ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 May 1899

ii li1Wlw... THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ,W. W. 8ANDKIIH, l'obtUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. YOUR HEART AND MY HEART. Your lirart find my hcnrt, Arid both of tlictn beatliu; uh ono; aiad an tho llowcr Unit drink of t lie h dow ers And turn their nwcct nmllo to tlin nun. And bo nlmll Ilia twain In Iovo'm concord re main Till llfo'a Joyoitn Journey Is done; Your lionrt and tny heart, And both of tlictn beating tin 0110. Your linnd nnd my hnnd, And each In the elit.ip of n friend; X.ovc'h plcdKO written deti In our hrennts wo nlinll hoop No mutter what fortune may send. Arm In nrm wo shall atray down llfu'H beau tlful way To tho jilllow of drenmn nt tho end; Your hand and my hand, And each In tho clusp of a friend. Nixon Waterman, In U A. W. llullotln. An Army Wife BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING. tVVWVvV (CopyrlcliteJ, i8g6, by F. Tennyson Neely. HYNOl'SIR. Chnptcr I. Kannlo McLano, a young widow, In Invited to visit tho Graftons nt Kort HedBWlclc. Her nlHter tries to din miado her, an Randolph Merrlam...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 May 1899

4 1 v J w T LETTElt BOX CURIOS. Strange Things Entrusted to the United States Mails. Thniic Tli it t Are Uititinllnlilc Are I)e- lioftltctt lit the StnrnKe Itoont of the Inquiry IHvIhIoii A Pluce if Hare IntereM. Special Chicago Letter. Of course people try to send live frogs and toads uud strawberry jam and such things through the mnils. Hut Uncle Sam objects. That's why there's an inquiry division in the Chicago post oilice. It was for thu purpose of intercepting this Tiiiiuailable matter nnd rectifying odd blunders that the department was in augurated. The storage room with its vast array of merchandise of all de scriptions resembles a curiosity shop more than anything else. All kinds of articles, some improperly directed and Koine uumailable, are stored away there. I have always been interested in this NEVER REACHED THEIR DESTINA TION. department and at various times have gone through it, and frequently have taken nn inventory of the unique things that have found their way there...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 May 1899

b'" it u, l H if CARL DUNDER America Was a Great Place, But He Can't Understand the People. lif K. QUAD -CopjTlRlit, IM "Sergeant," began Air. J)nii(lr as lie entered lliu police Htntion the othrritft umoon xvith an nnxlotiH look, "I mihIi in America for )!i years, lull mebbe I don't, nil cli on ,v'l. It vtish u great country for business, bill dcre vault mimic ipirer peoples mound." "Wlllll llllH llll)MIH!(17" llskeil the ser geant. "Vhell, I vims in bed. Sin vnsli after midnight, mid 1 vnsh asleep. Koine body rings my doorbell ten times, mid 1. wnke oop mid put my liend out of der window mid say who you lire mid what you want,? It vitas a tiitui mid lie looks iop 1111(1 filiy,' " 'Vims your inline Johnson?' "'So, Kir, in. v naiiiu vIiiik bunder.' "Dunder. eh!' 4"Ycs, Kir. '"Hut. II ought to be Johnson. If I SvjiHc a mile mid ring dot bell to tind Johnson. 1 don't like to find I) under. It vhas a mean trick on a man who loves bin country. You vlias too fresh, und if yon comedown he...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 May 1899

1 i f I REUNION OF CONFEDERATES. Over 3fi,000 VIMtnni Attind tlio lllp Moat- lug ut Cliiirlontou, Si C.-(lpit. .lolin It. (lorilon'n 1'ntrlottc AililrvtH. Charleston, S. C, May 11. Fully 35, 000 visitors anil confederate veterans arc here attending the annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans' so ciety. The feature of yesterday was the parade of the veterans, followed by tlie reunion exercises at the new Auditorium. Ten thousand veterans were In line when the procession moved, shortly before three o'clock. They marched through a dense crowd of cheering peojde, led by Gens. Gordon GKN. JOHN GOIIDON. and Wade Hampton, a long line of griz zled old warriors. When Gen. C. L. Walker called the first session of the reunion to order with the gavel used at the secession assembly in 18(50 over 7,500 people were in the Audito rium. Gen. Walker introduced Gen. John It. Gordon, commander-in-chief of the United Confederate Veterans. The audience rose and for several minutes shouted like ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 May 1899

. h "" 'kMWMk "' ggjgggwypiWMtWUUW AMtfWWiWMi 1 1 1 iim i mi nimiiamii 1 1 iiiiiiwnmifn.-imiiJHKJi.J,iir:tu.u.JJ.wojKy $ a w wa E3 Tta Nebraska Advertiser agyjjaKaMfsPilaiEgwl (Wfltfj VTO.KI AU ILSfc FAILS. t OwKMiii Syrup. TPf h Unrot. Uso f. W, HAJVttMUH, ftiliHtlttr. SUIISOIIIPTIOK, - 31.S0 I-KIl YKAU w Utno. hold lT drum SfSK wmmft AT Foortli e! Joly fiwK. riJ It. W. W. KEELING, Hicham a City, Nicuhaka. Ollico nt tho drug fltoro. W. W. SAHDERS, tary : - : Public Nomalia City, Nob IF Si MEP SBiJaSS Mil i PLASTERER lutltn work a hiit'oliiHy. ('In. ru unlit. I'upor iiiuiKiiig, iwiimimimiiK d ii Apiiih mill Auui rim hiilll. I'm ml WliltuwnnliliiK ilono. toil: wiiriuinoti. how prloui, Korker & Hoover, Uouler In IliKlMvitprlooHimlil forhliltM, Innl, tmlow K,nnn, !tu' NHMAIIA CITY, NEBRASKA. J. II. SEIJL, Hrctiler of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. FRIDAY', WAV in. ). "W" luivo t tin rigs, when yon would tlilve; OiirtHHtiiM look well, they lire tillve. jfcttlfi ho...

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. — 26 May 1899

ebmslrn dvertim. tvw VOLUME XL1JI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1899. NUMBER 48 iV'l tit. Eh J,- ? Mi. If you buy it at LOWMAN'S its GOOD. V(j have received an entire Now Stock of DItY GOODS, consisting of HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, and the finest Hok'ction of W: WASH DRESS GOODS I ill N'ptnalia county. We guarantee our prices and quality against all it mV competitors. Wi (Jive us a look, EDW. E. LOWMAN, j$jm Brownvillo, Nobr. W& DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, 111 HARDWARE and QHINA. g&" Kee'ing'rt drug store lias just received mx': a tjk of fresh paint. &kl .lay Duff has been sick with lung lffi. fever, hut is uttin better. jrl;,; We will celebrate at Nemaha this $&', ear, and don't fftll to remember it. Taylor Gillespie moved on one of the (Jooseman farms, near Auburn, last week. Mrs C T. Minick, of Bracken, visited Nemaha friends Tuesday and Wednesday. Rev. V. W. Hallam failed to till his appointment at the Ctiristaiu church last Sunday. If you want to buy a hammock ...

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. — 26 May 1899

TT" THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IV. W. HANIKU, 1'uhllihiir. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WOULD AT LAKGE. Summary of tho Daily No wo. WASHINGTON NOTl'Ji. Tun imtionul committee at Wash ington of thu "Dewey homo fund" Is nuod un address to tho people of tho United States urging subscriptions for u home for Admiral Dewey at tho national capital to ho "worthy in homo measure of IiIh services and indicative in a small degree of tho gratitude which is not of a day hut of all time" Waii department officials In Washing ton arc firmly convinced that tho end of tho iiiHiirrection in tho Philippines iH at hand. Tho Filipino forces, it was said, nro evidently so demoralized hy tho persistent advance of tho Americans that tliey are ready to accept peace on tho host terms they can obtain. IMikhidknt MoKinlky sent his con gratulations to the osuir of Russia on the opening of the peace conference at The Hague on tho 18th. Piiopohai.b for furnishing tho war department with moro than fi, 000,000 pounds of beef ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 May 1899

'v4 W'i "i fc TORNADO IN TEXAS. Several Persons Killed, Many In jured and Much Damage Done. A FIRE AT THE HARLEM RACE TRACK. Thn (1 mud Stand iiikI .Stuhlc DctroyoU Kxplolou itl it Powder Mill lirooklyn l'lrc Crunhed Under u Truii-A Soldier Killed In u Wreck. Houston, Tex., May 2!!. One of the worst tornadoes that lias visited Texas since the storm which destroyed the town of Cisco three years ago, and in which home BO people were killed, passed over the northwestern portion of Erath county Sunday noon, the facts of which were received here yesterday. The storm came from the northwest mid passed over a strip of country about 200 yards wide in n south easterly direction. The tornado was accompanied by vivid lightning and a heavy hailstorm. Several homes and church buildings were wrecked in several localities, the most Kcrlous being at Mount Pleasant, Titus county. The noon services had just closed and the people were just leaving when the wind struck the building. A bolt of lightning...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 May 1899

V' Lite ! -, Pf THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IV. W. 8ANOKIIH, l'ubllihar. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. SECOND MARRIAGES. The Objection Thereto Are AlmoM KkcIunIvcI)- of ii Sentimental Nn I ii re. You iu3 linry 11 husband and keep i!h nuMiiory allw, but when you marry u second one you have, to bury a mem ory which may be very much alive and in no need of interment. It is a great pity that, Is ho, or m nearly ho h It Ih, Hlnee for 11111113' persons who Jiuvo lost tlielr mutes prematurely it Ih far better to ilnd 11 new one, if that Ih possible, than to go through life alone. Success ful marriages, though traditionally made in Heaven, are made for use in this world, and when we are able to consult the eelestlal reeords we shall find that second marriages make a handsome showing there. That 11 man once domesticated and inured to petti coat influence should be left while still young to drag out existence unprotect ed and iiusolaeed, is a condition of things that is abhorrent to nature. If lie has young ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 May 1899

r w -c s ' .7 lMiMK ENTLE Hhowers, and sunshine fair, AskofEarth her blos soms rare. Zephyrs, whisper In her car Words which flho will wake to hear. w w Sunbeams, warm her loving breast Till she grant us our request: Toll her 'tis the month of May Month of our Memorial day. Flowers wo ask for soldiers bravo. Flowers to strew on every grave: Now your choicest garlands lend, Gifts to father, brother, friend Husband, son and lover all Who marched forth at Freedom's call. Flag and blossom, prayer and tear, Smiles and songs, from year to year, In their memory will bi brought, Telling of their battles fought, Till tins last grand reveille Wakes their shouts of victory! Pearl Mario Dunn,' In Midland Monthly. I OOD morning, Cnpt. linker; 1 thought I'd come over iiml see you," and Doro t li y e ti m e cliinciuir up the path to the narrow porch where the old soldier sat. "I've just moved into the big house across the street, and somebody tola me you used to be a soldier, so 1 thought I'd eome...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 May 1899

tkk T LOUSE-INFESTED HOGS. IllMV II U.SI' WcmIitii Fanner .Mil ill ! of flu Kn tuple Set liy n .SulTcHiuc Creature. ABOUT BROODER CHICKS. Tlio Von Culln Method of Hiill"W Them Hiiiiininplasi'il for Hie lleii llt of Small Km1 mem. Very frequently some one asks how to get ride of tin hog louse. Three years ago ii breeder of Poland-Chinas brought I wo howh to breed to Mahaska Clilef I DON I, my lierd boar lit that time. These howh wvrv populated with hog llee, those maiiimoth thoroughbred fellows, and as they seemed to be of an cxplor iuir nature' Home got on Mahaska Chief land failed to get baek. When I discov ered them they had claims atnkcd all over him and were getting thiokly net tled buck of IiIh ears, fore legs and above the hock. They did not Htop at ' Mr. Von C'nlin is one of the few gen erally acknowledged experts on incu bation and brooder chicks. The follovv .... .,,,.., ...,. r t ! Vim f 'n I1 11 method Mill iimilv also to chicks hatched under that, but multiplied and spre...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 May 1899

-f i rr-v TrqFV1rg"fll!n W WJT" ' ? m vr. r "(Wm V tn if' f T, 1 r TERMS FOR FILIPINOS The American Commission Submits a Proposition to the Rebels. PLAN' 1XD0RSED AT WASU1SGT0S. It Iff Sliiillnr to Thnt Adopted In Cuba Ctm. Otln t'ablo on thoHUuntloii ItchoU Arc Ilruilj- to Hur- rvmler. Mnnlln, May 33. Prof. Schurmtiu, licuil of the United Status Philippine commission, linn submitted thu following-written proposition to the Filipinos: While the Html decision as to the form of gov ernment Is In the hands or the connect, tho president, under his mlllUry powors, pondliuf the uctlon of coiutrcsH, nlauds ready to oiler tho follow lnt? form of (,'ovonimonl: A ifovcrnor to he unpointed Uy tho president; a cabinet to bo nppol tiled, by tho governor Kcnrrul: nil tho Judges to bo npixitntud by U president; tho heads of ilcpartimniu nnl Judcs to ho either Americans or I'lllpltios, or Uotli, and nlsou (,'en ernl ud lsoi-y council, its members to he chosen by tho iwopio- by a fonn of nuffr-uKo t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 May 1899

"W -A- Hi", MHV ! I' I ! i tlPIHUWIIJVIill'll '" ilUWTlFi ICTHWWIMWf'lf b' MtF-lFm P4 w MJULS WHtflk ALL LLS! Boot Ounuh Hyrnii. Tniitea (JimhI III llllia, fuild fry tlriltWMA. yj-ni.uiavaji.wtt.iiu,liiiii rHMffSagygBamrig- ..- -'ifa-7aSlZ AtitSSSSHESft fe tit rrAiLSTTr ' Um,LvJ I Tho Nebraska Advertiser fX'IffClliSsJHHiriJBnPM rjH. W. W. KKKLINO, ikmaiia City, Nkimcaka. Olllce at Hit' drug store. Notary W. W. SANDERS, : - : Public Nuaualitt City, Kcb I- il 2i BP S Si. i ES 9) K PLASTERER Aoine inn! Auillte work n Hperliilty. CIh. mm imlii. 1'upfr IIuiikIiik, IvuImoiiiIiiiiik nl '!iltcviililii (lone. I.mv prists. All toi'lt vvuriiiiiinii. Kerlcor & Hoover, Dimler In MEATS MlKiiM"t prlii'S piilil for hides, lard, tuilow ,11110, I'tC NKMAUA CITY, NEBRASKA. , U If. HJ.VMtllH, fnhlUUir. SlMlSfMIII'TION, - Sl.iiO I'HIt YKAH FRIDAY", MAY 20, 1S!M). Wo leai ii that tho 11 niontliH old .baby of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morris died Thursday, of measles. The af dieted puretitH have our sympathy,...

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