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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 June 1899

T I HONGJLIS FOE DEWEY. Entire Nation Will Unite in Wel coming the Brave Admiral. The I'coiilc f I'rvNi-nt Hint with n Hantlmiiite HcnIiIl-iicc nt WumIi lnicton X Talk About mu rine Architecture. Special Washington Letter. Admiral Dewey is coming home on !he ilr8t-ratc protected cruiser Olym pia. lie will take several months to make the trip, because it is a trip for recreation, for health and for pleasure rather than a hurry-up business trip. He has earned a right to four mouths of leisure; and the American people would probably vote liim perfect leisure- for the remain der if Ids lifetime, if he desired it. Speaking of the "iirst-rnte protected cruiser" reminds us that, outside of men of the navy, probably few people understand what are meant by the terms "battleship," "armored cruis er," "protected cruiser" and "gun ves sel," or "gunboat," as used in describ ing types and classes of liuvM vessels. They are not strictly limited in their Kcope of significance. Generally speak ing' ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 June 1899

J v, 1 j ETTZ CJOICS DOWN. In the Eleventh RoUntl He Is Fin ished by James J. Jeffries. In Itotiml Hovnii I'll Wuh Down Novell mid 1'lvn HitoihN-IIimv thn Contest Win Mottled That Made u New Cbumplon. New York, Juno H). .lumen '. Jef fries, another sturdy young giant, has come out of tli J west to whip ehumpion pugilists. At tliu arena of the Coney Is land Athletic club last night ho defeated Robert Fitzsiminons, world's champion in two classes middleweight unci heavyweight in II rounds of whirl wind fighting. He came to tho ring a rnnlt outsider unci left it tlie acknowl edged muster of the man he defeated. .1 A MICH .1. AV.VVWWM. He wuh never ut any time in serious danger, and ufter tins size-up in the eurly rounds of the eontest took the lend. He hud the Australian whipped from the ninth round. Jeffries fought from a crouching at titude that was hard to get at. lie hold his head low, his hack was bent down and his left arm extended. He kept jabbing away with the left and found no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 June 1899

E t r CAUGHT IN THE FLOODS. Twcntj-fUo INioptii Suld to Hiv Itoon Drowned by Swonli-u Stromim In Arkun- kiih i 11 ICfKUlt of CtomtliiirHt. Austin, Tex., .June 0. The eloiul lmrst of Wednesday, which swelled the rivers of this portion of the htnte out of their hunks mid unused h reut loss of property, was inueh worse than reported. .Many people are known to have perished, meager reports last night placing the number at ur. Yes terday reports came from San Saba nnd Manardville, small towns DO miles north of here, in the mountains. saying that both towns had been swept by the raging Hoods and were badly devastated. In San Saba eight people were drowned and the entire town is reported under water. The river at that point is one mile wide and running like a millraee. At Man anlville, 111 houses were swept away and this morning several more gave in to the swirling torrent and started on their voyage down the stream. The situation at Manardville is even more Kurious. A small town located t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 June 1899

T ' i DITTING USINESS Now is your opportunity to to buy MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND GAPS, Gloves, Shoes, Trunks, etc., etc., r H r fl H B mm as I am quitting business here, therefore intend selling my entire stoek without reserve and at wholesale prices. I also wish to thoroughly impress upon your minds that this is not one of those FAKE closing out sales, but a GENUINE QUITTING BUSINESS SALE. and as the time in which I have arranged to open up elsewhere is limited, this sale will necessarily hae to be a quick, short and decisive one, and am fully aware that in order to have such a sale I must put the prices right down to bed rock in the beginning. It will certainly pay you to avail yourself, of this opportunity, so come in and inspect goods and get prices. Don't forget that you realize the full benefit of my profit on this stock. T?ours very truly, 4 -v FRANK H. JAY P if BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA . -v I v r

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 June 1899

HI ebmstm Avtrtim. M VOLUME XLI1I NEMAHA, NEBllA'SKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, J 899. XUMBEK 5 w rr -l . rr" t '' mm mm m ' k 4 If you buy it at LOWMAN'S it's GOOD. Wd liuvo received an entire New Stock of DHY GOODS, consisting of HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, und the finest selection of WASH DRESS GOODS in Nemaha county. Wo guarantee our prices and quality against all competitors. Give us u look. EDW. E. LOWMAN, Brownville, Nebr. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and CHINA. Old papers for salo at this ofllce, Come to Nemaha to celebrate this year. Croquet seta for Bale at Keellng's drug store. Thos. II. Jones, of Howo, gave us a call last Saturday. Mrs. X. IJ.Catlin, of Parn, visited Nemaha friends Thursday. G. II. Sutton, of Bedford precinct, was in town last Saturday. Mrs. J. 13. Hoover has'been sick for ceveral days with malarial fever. Wait Maxwell went to Rockport Tnursday, to engage the ladies' band ,for the 4th, Little Helen Gilbert was vary sick for a few days with malarial fover, but ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 June 1899

I ti III & I t ff ? ' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER M. W. W. 8AND1CKS, I'nhllihfir. NEMAHA, - NRIIR.ASKA. THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTTS. Thk commissioner of pensions ren dered a decision tlio other clny Unit tliu receipt of a iriunicipal pension by wid ows of firemen, policemen and other municipal employes does not violate their right to a federal pension. A tukaty between tho United States and (Jreat Urltiiin, covering reciprocity with the Ilritlsh West Iiwllnn colony of the Uarbadocs, was signed at Washing ton on the 10th. Tin: report of Hrig. (leu. King, com manding the Klrst brigade during tho early fighting at Manila, was made public by tho war department on tho 10th. AccoitniNO to tho plan of ex-tlov. Merriam, director of tho twelfth cen sus, for tho appointment of 2,000 clerics for the work of tho main olltco tho apportionment from each state will be as follows: United States sen ators will have tho appointment of 10 clerks each; republican rep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 June 1899

t ft.v' t j HIS CAREEIl ENDED. :Richard P. Bland, the Well-Known Missouriaii, Breathes His Last. Death Comrn After nil IllneKfl of Severnl Weeks Ijninil Out of CoiinroHH forYeurs Iu Championed tlio Silver Ciiuho -Sketch of III Lifts ILebanon, Mo., June 10. Richard Turk" liliind passed peacefully away at at 4:30 o'clock yesterday morning. Tuesday night about ten o'clock he fell into a sleep from which he never awoke. The physicians used every means in their power to arouse him, but ho never regained consciousness in the slightest degree. About one o'clock KICJIAltD I'AIIKS llI.ANn. 5n the morning it could be seen that ho was sinking rnpidly, and nt 4:30 o'clock lie ceased to breathe. Toward the end the action of his heart increased per ceptibly and hopes were expressed that he was awakening, but it was a fruit less hope. His sons, Theodore, Ewing, George and John, his daughters, Fan nie and Virginia, and Mrs. Rland were nt his bedside when the end came. His brother, Judge C. C. Rland...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 June 1899

! i , ' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XT. 8ANOKUH, I'ubltiher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. PEACE TO THE DEAD. fence to the (lend unto the living jmln, r.oss to the, living, with the dead the gain; What boots to live, If hut to death wo tend, Why the beginning If HiIh ho the cnd7 Why wall; the few In the unclouded light, Why grope tho many In Cimmerian nlKht; Why lUewi tiuc(ual lots, this futile tniHt, If, us beginning, we. hut end In dust? The dead nt gnlncrn If we dnk In Hleep, Kcstful, untroubled, limitless and deep, And to the living leave tho weary Htrlfe, The wanted hopes and shattered phuiN of life. Tell me, oh .Sphinx that slttest grim nnd stern, making tho ballots from the solemn urn: What In It rtile7 blind fate or blinder chance, Or whirling atoniH In disordered dance? Jt ennnot be these neither rule nor mnke, J-'roin power above, them all my life I take; If not their mnster I um less their slave, My life, my powers, arc HIh alone, who gave. Onlj' from Thee, of life the source nnd foun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 June 1899

T i. I ijj '7 I'J fj . f I 11 I I f m I 1 Ih iVifllll II 11 f I toIll I 1 a, ct t D MfflK&l ra SANITARY HOG HOUSE. !, Sitiinliliiy Clnnrtcrn Are Abso lutely Xoei'Mnnry to tlie Steady llciilllt of Swlnv. In siiiiiu of the counties of Illinois linlf of tlic hoys often die on account of di.sesi.se. In lowu severe losses are re ported. Indiana, Kansas, Nebraska and Jdissouri report loss, but to a "mailer extent. Kentucky is comparatively free. Wisconsin, .Minnesota and the J)akotas are usually light sufferers. It is seen from this that disease is most prevalent where there ure the most hogs. The massing of animals together and erovvding them with so carbon aceous a food as corn is an invitation to disease to come and veap a heavy har vest. The surroundings become unsan itary, disease germs multiply fast, the system is enfeebled by damp, unwhole some surroundings, and it is not sur prising Hint bad results follow. One of the best germicides known is sunlight. Disease loves darkness a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 June 1899

H ! -- c ----: M Muldoon s Methods What One Patient Experienced During: a Week's Treatment By M. QUAD. :ic - -i -fr - (Copyrlfilit, IMS.) .U-2 v "Urn!" growled Mr. Aluldoon, after lie liml 1 1 1 ) 1 1 me in from head to foot mill buck again. Air. William Muldoon, In his own of (Ice, on IiIk own tnilnliif,' fnriu, Ih nitliei inore formidable tluiii the average physician. The physician who in structs you to taken done of (his or that three tinu'H a ilii.y mid nt bedtime sel dom inquires afterward if .von have fol lowed his dlrcetloiiH. You reiilize nt onee (hut Mr. Muldoon Ih going to oblige you to toe (lie murk. In fact, he's got you where he wantsyoii- nwn.y from Jiome mill under his thumb. You don't meet with iron bars or armed sentinels, but .you have a dim feeling that you are u iiiiKoner. If, In dayK gone by, when II) WAVKD MK'TIIHOUCHI TIIKAIU. Mr. Muldoon uns a professional wrestler, ami you were present at an exhibition and hojied the other fellow would win, you regret the fa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 June 1899

iT I MASY WANT TO STAY Some of Colorado's Soldiers Wish to Mine in the Philippines. WHEATOX'S COMMAND HAS A BRUSH. A Slmrp IIiiK'iKmiM'lit In WhlrhFIVo Amer ican Ant Klllmt uiul Tvintyl'lvo Wounili-il -May Ciitl for Yoluil ti-urs OtU' Tolt'Briiuis. Denver, Col., June 20. Letters re ceived hero indicate that niiuiy of the Colorado regiment will stny in the Philippines. They have discovered in different portions of Luzon undevel oped regions where there are strong indications of gold and silver deposits, as well as placer abounds. Heports of similar opportunities in other islands of the group have been received at Manila. The chances are looked up on as so favorable that many of the mountain men will try them before returning to their homes. Some time ago a volunteers' petition presented to the government, asking that those of the soldiers desiring to be mustered out at Manila bo allowed travel pay to thu'.r homes. They pointed out that in no ether way could so strong n colony of Amer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 June 1899

Y HEBE! UITTING USINESS . ' .. t 1 1 i n, umugtimM Now is your opportunity to to buy MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, GLOVES SHOES TRUNKS Etc. Etc. m Wir JL . as I am quitting business here, therefore intend selling my entire stock without reserve and at wholesale prices. I also wish to thoroughly impress upon your minds that this is not one of those FAKE closing out sales, but a GENUINE QUITTING BUSINESS SALE and as the time in which I hare arranged to open up elsewhere is limited, this sale will necessarily have to be a quick, short and decisive one, and am fully aware that in order to have such a sale I must put the prices right down to bed rock in the beginning. It will certainly pay you to avail yourself of this opportunity, so come in and inspect goods and get. prices. Don't forget that you realize the full benefit of my profit on this stock. - 9 . ,-t i 1 BROWNVILLE, Yours very truly, ' -:.::'. :...::': -.'. J' . 1 . , v ' ' r "rf-"" "T NEBRASKA . Y

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 June 1899

'M fc. " -. k, ibrwski dvertim. - 1 - . 11 . " & f..i UMJ3 XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1899. NUMBER I JF fe i C t f' v h r HE. ,v 1 K ' If you buy it at LOWMAN'S it's GOOD. We have received an entiro Now Stock of DRY GOODS, consisting of HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, ami the finest selection of WASH. DRESS GOODS in Nemaha county. Wc guarantee our prices and (juality against all competitors. Give us a look. EDW. E. LOWMAN, Brownvillc, Nebr. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and OHINA. Cut down the weeds before the 4th. Come to Nemaha to celebrate this ear. F L Woodward visited Beatrice Monday. Croquet sets for Bale at Keeling's cling .stoi e. Earle Gilbert has been getting in lots ot com these days. Base balls, bats and accessories at Keeling's drug store. Hairy MoCandlosa uhipped a car of 1 ogs to Nebiaska Oity Monday. Dr Keeling now Iihh his ofiice in his own building, next to Henry Carso s teed siore Fred Ilawxby, who graduated from the btate university this spring, ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 June 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W, W. 8ANIKIi I'uulUher. NEMAHA, - - - - NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowo. ! WASHINGTON NOTI5H. Tin: tollil lunuunt of tho Dewey fund in the linndH of tho national committee nt Washington on tho 21st was 80,870. It whs Hiild to ho u conservative estl iimto at Washington that tho treasury dollclt for the fiscal year of 1800, which closes nt tho end of dune, will bo loss than 8100,000,000. 'I'm: payment of tho 510,000 author ized to ho paid to tho Pottawatomie Indians of Oklahoma at tho last session of congress has heen ordered hy the interior department, tho department having determined upon what would ho fair fees for tho attorneys. Tin: secretary of stato at Washing ton on tho 512d received a dispatch from Bartlctt Tripp, United States commissioner at Samoa, saying that peace had heen restored in tho island; tho commission had sustained tho deci sion of Chief Justice Chamhers in tho contested election of tho king; that Mnlletoa Tumi hu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 June 1899

V COPYRIGHT. 1898. DY A. N. CIIAPTKH I. "Hns Mr. Hendricks returned from Sloston?" "Just this minute, sir," replied the ofllce boy. "lie's in the back room get ting his mnll." Dr. Lninpkln entered the olllce and Kit down in one of the soft leather-covered chairs. A moment later the detective entered, u package of unopened letters in his liand. "Oh!" he ejaculated. "Jlello, glad to see you I" "I've been wondering what had be come of you," said the doctor, as he rose 4iiid shook the disengaged hand of his friend. "livery time 1 dropped in your oillce boy told me he was expecting you on the very next train." "Delayed from hour to liour for near ly two weeks," frowned Hendricks. Then he laughed. "The joke is on me, old man. I had really plumed myself on tihe reputation 1 was going to make .over there to get even with the lloston papers for sneering at New York's 'big tlctective,' as they called me, but lo 4ind behold! just as I was about to stir up the phlegmatic old village by show ing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 June 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. AV. HANDKKP, PulilUher. - - . - NEBRASKA. NEMAHA, HINTS FOR THE HOME. Point AIiimiI Polllu-l l-'iiriiHiire, Wall Paper, l.niniilerliiK l.nce Curtain, Hie. DEVOTED TO HIS ART German Painter Visits Africa to Se cure Authentic Sketches. Wlllxlm Kiiliru'H I.cmln I In- Only I5x pi-dlfltin liver UihUtIiiUcii for Purely Private mill Ar ticle Purpodfu. Cleaning Polished Furniture Spread pnralline oil on the soiled woodwork uml let 11 Htnnil for an hour or more to soften Hie dirt, tlien wiihIi with soap and wnrm water, and wipe dry. Next riibonn mixtureof purafiliieolland tur pentine one-third turpentine and two thirds paralllne oil. Polish with soft old flannel. Let It rcHt for an hour or two, then polish with old linen. If the mirfaeelHvery dull, dirty and scratched, instead of washing with soap and water add more oil and sprinkle pow dered rotten-stone over it. Hub gently and regularly, Urst with a eireular mo tion and then with the grain of the wood. When the s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 June 1899

r W fr .J tl' Vj MR. DAGGETT'S GLORIOUS FOURTH. mJSSmSK.MY on u bright ,K,vyl iiiornlnir in June a girl was driving a wagon 1 o a d of vegetables into the town market. This girl, sitting upright on the wagon seat gazing placidly before her, was a capable-look-ing young person of about 10 years of age. Her gingham frock was stiflly starched, and her white collar and culls were spotless. She wore leather gloves to protect her hands, and a broad-brim hat shaded her face. Liny Toss was in a pleasant frame of mind that morning as she drove her vegetables into town. The garden was yielding finely, and the peas, potatoes and cabbages would com mand a very good price. "One-llfth of the proceeds comes to me, John," said Liny, addressing the old horse. "That's fair and square in uia. ain't it?" When John reached the stream at the foot of the hill he paused, and Liny climbed out upon the wagon shaft and unhooked the headstrap, then urged her friend farther up the stream, so that out of the way...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 June 1899

X V MAY SUCCEED HAM A. Henry C. Payne Asked to Engineer the Republican Party. M'KIEKY BBTURXS TO WASHINGTON Senator .lone Approve of Culling tliu Democratic Niillomil Commit tee To- KeMmrPliigreo Stand V for Alger Heiuitor Morrows Interviewed. Milwaukee, dune 27. A prominent republican of this city, who is a close friend of Henry 0. Payne, Ih uutliorlty f(r the statement that that astute poli tical manager lias been ashed to take the chairmanship of the re)iihlicaii na tional committee, succeeding Marie Ilanna also as chairman of the execu tive committer. Senator Ilanna Ih not a member of the national committee, whilu Air. Payne both represents Wis consin in that body and Ih vice chair man of thu executive committee. It Ih further asserted that Air. Payne Ih now considering tlie matter, and that hu Ih strongly tempted to accept the position, particularly hi nee thu pressure that Ih being brought to hear on him comes from thu most influential quarters in Washington and elsewhere. Mo ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 June 1899

i r PHILIPPINE AFFAIRS. Gen. Otis' Report on the Situation in the Islands. TUG VIEWS HELD AT WASHINGTON Urlr, Urn. KIiir Hollovcs tho I'lUplno Cu jmblo of SelfOorrnnmnt Tim Twen tieth Khurii Itt'Klinont Withdrawn from tho 1'lrhiK Line. Washington, .lutio ST. Gen. Otis, in reply to a cable from the war depart ment asking for information regarding the situation and condition in the Philippines, yesterday cabled a long re ply as follows: Mnnlla, Juno 20. Adjutant General, Wash ington: Itiilny season. I.ittlo inland cum panning jiosslblo In Luzon. We occupy a law portion of TusmloR country, lines strctcliliiK from Imus south to San Kornando north, nearly GO miles, uud lo e.istwurd Into I.ukuim province. Insurant armies liavo suffered jjreat losses and are scattered; only laro force, held together, about l,0O). in Tarlao province and northern l'nnrpnnvn. Their scattered forces ure In hands of MUoWH) In other portions of Luzon; In Cavlto and Matanzns provinces they could assemble possibly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 June 1899

,vHTocMUijiuumuiu.nntew mumiiuiijimiwm wuiimijjn.'tmuMiJiuJoiiumuaiu'jwiT srtpKauesuxzrrx:axM!rB.'.,Hiexcvrirr'! -Tggya?T;g 1 I A I fl MiMMMt raraMj aKW UUUlb WrltHl ALL tlSt (AILS. IlCst OotkIi 3nip. TnKtvn (JtHxl. Usol In tlmo. Fold try ln;irlHit. rlFrfWiSitatflWWa TYK. W. W. KILLING, 1SHMA.I1.V CtTY, NlillUAKA, Office at tho drug store. W. W. SANDERS, Notary Noinalia City, Nob fit mm s i win si it i PLASTERER Aornn nnd AkiUIIo worlc a Hpcnliilly. !Ih urim luilli, l'upor HitiiliK) Kiilhotnlnlnu iind AVItPWiiNhliiB ilono. Low prleoH, All fork wnrrimtiiil. Kerker & Hoover, Doulor 1:; To HlKliOHt prlceH imlil for Ii1i1h, lnnl, tullow Kami), nlo- NEMAIIA CITYr, NEUUASKA. Gr, D. CAMPBELL, Blacksmitli, lias bought tho David A. Morton shop and tools, east of tho public well, and is prepared to do black Htnithing ,of all kinds. Satisfao ton guaraiilocd. IIOKSKSHOEIHG A SPECIALTY. WI. A. SUTTEE, JEWELER 3n Miim-k Huildin. All work done promptly and warranted. J. n. SEID, Brootlor of Th...

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