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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 July 1899

PRESS CENSORSHIP. Correspondents at Manila Protest Against Its Strictness. AGUINALDO MAKES PEACE OVERTURES Tlio Filipino Lender Snlit to Hnvit Mndo Direct Propotmln to (!on. OtU Th Cabinet: to DIhcuhs tint Newn- paper Mun'n Protect. Manila, via I long Kong, July 18. The constnntly increasing strictness of the censorship of press dispatches from Manila, which has prevented the ca bling to the United States of anything that did not reilect ofllcial views of im portant events and conditions, results in a united effort on the part of the cor respondents here to secure an abate mentof the rigor of the censorship. The initiative in this direction was taken a month ago and resulted in the fram ing of a statement which was presented on Sunday, July 0, to Maj. Gen. Otis, commanding the military forces of the United States in the Philippine- islands, with a request for permission to tele graph it to the United States. The cor respondents also asked that they ho allowed to cable to their respe...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 July 1899

tHE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BAN melts', I'nlilUlier. NEMAHA, NBIJRASKA. THE NOBLEST FRIEtfD OF ALL. J have n frlanil, devoted, enrnpHt, true, Ono whom my mini for Ioiik years never knew, Thoiiah oft hlit voice fell on my onrclcsH ear . in necontH dreaded then, hut now niont .. duiir; J little dreamed Hint nil my needless -fears "Would. ehuiiKO to dp'eptiHt love with pitmdw; yenrH. Oft then I clofloly wennned IiIm earnest fnce, Yet -fallt-d to recognize ltK nameless aniel', Nor'fnlntly understood the iinnieloHH chnrm Uoncnth nivi' look I. fancied hodid hurm; Chawed with IiIkIi dutleH.for IiIm Lord, the " KIiik, How could liln wdniH with lightsome liiu,'h ter rliiK? JUit on hlfl hrow norotie could. rest n.o kiiIIp, And there was wondrous' innlc. In tint smile "Willi which Homellmofl hln-HomcrfjluroH Kleameil, Ho Uuntly.HOlemn. i'H ho Hweot It Hceinedr Homo thought h'u Knew. not pity,' grief nor ruth, Yet. nil hlH'nctH were kind and trimmed with truth. Later, 1 found that ho Htriick ...

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

r ?.: $' ..L A, , ST. f. ' V I r- PLAN FOR HAY BARN. Hotr to I'lit V Ilurnlije unit Con venient Structure to Hold !()( 'I'OUM, IiUOHC, In compliance with the request of ti Texas correspondent, Prof. Mumford, f the Missouri agricultural college, gives a sketch and description of a barn vstimated to hold 100 tons of loos'o al falfa hay. The storage capacity needed for 100 tons of loose alfalfa hay will depend largely on the depth of the mows in which the hay is placed. The deeper the mow the greater its capacity per cubic foot. In mows 20 feet deep and above it will require approximately COO cubic- feet of space to store one ton of liay. These figures are, of course, ap proximations only and will vary with sg-2 INTERIOR RENT. (Showing Construction of Flank Barn Frame.) the kind of hay and its condition when stored, I suggest that your correspondent build a barn 10 by 00 feet and 21 foot posts. It will be convenient to place the bents 12 feet apart. The cheapest and strongest construct...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 July 1899

w I I GROWTH OF CANADA. Its Rapid Development Has Attract ed the Attention of Many.- Settlement of (lie Viiciiiit I, mill if Our Nclulilior Will I'rnvc of Ail - vnnlnKi' ( I tic Knllre Con II lu n(. What arc the people of the LTiillcil Slntea going to dp to escape the niiinl fokl evils they fear, not without run boh, from t lie operations of the gigan tic ( rtiHtH which arc being formed al most dally In every part of the. coun try? This is a question that agitates not only the poor man, hut the man of moderate eapital. In years gone by, the man Of energy out of employment or (he man with hmiiiII eapital wiih -able to go farming in the United St nt en willi every prospect of securing a com .jh limey for himself. Itut the day when Uncle Ham was rich enough to give every man a farm has gone by. In discussing the ipiestion of the future welfare of the increasing population of Hie continent with Mr. .1. A. Smart, deputy member of the interior for Canada, who win) found busy with his supe...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 July 1899

u Y IN THE PRESIDENT'S HANDS. A 8tntcinjnt from Wnhlnj;tati Tlmt the Hccretnry if AViir W'n Forced to llund In HI Itcnlgimtlou. Washington, July 13. Sccretnry Russell A. Alger's rcslgnntion of the war portfolio is now' in the hands of President KelCinley, although the fnct may not ho announced for some weeks. The resignation was not oil'ercd volun tarily, but came at the request of the executive himself. Kvur since the formal announcement of the Alger-1'ln-gree alliance and Pingree's denuncia tion of President McKinloy, leading SECIlKTAItV OF WAH AI.OKR. republicans and friends of the presi dent have urged him to ask for the re signation of Secretary of War Alger. The demand became so strong during the last fortnight that the presi dent intimated to the sccretnry that they had reached the parting of their ways. The secretary did not re sign at once and the president then asked for the secretary's resignation in a more formal way. Jlr. Alger, after several days' consideration, sent a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 July 1899

team-" Aypuyjo-.tJii ii if aninrtMM! imnw ayji".iinn.nuW mnmi aiuwiu lii W twmiwiwruMiaasaujjrmirneesnttVit,i M&Ak-anJuuMiirxiMtvtt-KXtirfu i&M F' - K'l n.1 ;'4 K L V J II. SEIJD, Hr'iler of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- W Imvt! -Iio flu, when you would drive; Our tuunis loolt well, tlioy iirunllvo, Rigs liurn thai riUluu:;! liny uroO. !C Keep track ot NVorltmiiu'H uvory tiny. JMfjii llKe our tonniM; tboy'ro mitilo lo o, A '"1 1 tlio lirtnit'HH nnviir hIow. Uixl ttmu you drlvo, you traveling men, Sf'iilc Workimiti'H pluco, uud eomoiigiiln. XtooK up thin plnco wliou tonnm you foil. In liuro thuy'ro truiitnd well Indeed. "Very low our rntt'H uro found Every tlinoyou drlvo iiround. R.lK, linden uud Oruyii and liorm'H bent. Y " nlvo tlio word, wo do th runt. Workman's : Livery, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. The Nebraska Advertiser W. II. N'l.y'lUiltS, I'ubHttttr, tii'ijonii"noN, 31.50 I'tiK YKAK NOTICE FOR HEARING CLAIMS. In tho county court or KuiiuOiu county, Nub: lu t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 August 1899

"'WWKNVW ' t.t , ehmshu dvertiser. T if .- "T """ "-- TOLUME XLIV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY. AUGUST II, J809. .NUMBER T Jpb yCJ w A Local 3STews SHS F0-A. 333 Hot weather. Pleaty of rata. Old papers for sal at this ofllce. Cobs for sale. Call at tht feed store. G. N. Titus li buying lata ef apples BOW. - Bee the J. B. Stltfion hats at Ander son's. A uew line of hats aad caps at An-, iersen's. Croquet sets for sale at Koeliag's 4rug Btere. Nelson Hadlock is sick with tjpho malarial ferer. Old Settlers' reunion and picnic, Sat rday, August 26th. Half rates on the railroads te the Aubura Obautanqua. Base balls, bats and accessories at Heeling's drug store. Hare you seen the beautiful glass .ware at Andersea's. Keeltag's drug store has just receired a t-tock of fresh paint. Hiss Nona Haith went te Auburn Saturday te visit relatives. If Ibb May Tussey went to New Reck f rd, Neb., Friday naming, Get ready to take a vacation and at tend the Auburn ehautauqua. airs. Helea if. Cougar lectures...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 August 1899

v rTHE HEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANIIICIl", ntblUln-r. NEMAHA, NERRASKA. yxxxxxxxxxxxxJi.xxxxxxA.xxJ). l AUGUST 1899. j Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sal. . Z 3 't O :HL i ii ii II i!L 2?. ; 20 2 22.24 i 2 ; j7 28 29 30 3 1 ... TWHFir1;WmTsi' EIDS WOULD AT LABGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTKH. Thk net of congress declaring tho lands of Orcer county open to hotne Htciid settlement gave overy ono of tho old settlors who wont thoro whllo tho country was considered a part of Texas a right to tulco as a hotno.stoad 100 acres of land and also to purchase at 81.25 an aero 100 acres more of land. Later comers contested the right of tho sot tiers to purchase lands, on tho (round that they did not live on tho lund, hut tho secretary of tho interior decided that a man who improved land occu pied it, regardless of whoro his resi dence was. Tho decision affects 1,(100 old settlers. Hi:n.iamin H. Snih.t,, nged IS, a spe cial examiner In tho pension olllco at Washington, jnurdercd ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 August 1899

r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANUUKS I'ubllnher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- iS'-Sv CS 'CS- '&r A TB1E CABS Copvrlcht.ltW by A.N KillOBKriowfpntierco, v'V? ., , ; 5V a Vi SYNOPSIS. Mlnard Hendricks, great detective, Just returned from Boston, finds awaiting him an unsigned typewritten letter directing him to apartmentH In Palace hotel, where ho will find remain of Mr. Weldon Caruth ers currently reported for past two weeks to be out of town. Detective seems to con nect letter with attempt made on his own life some time previous. Goob with friend, Dr. Lampkln, to investigate. Upon seat ch of Carutlns' npartments remaln.3 of cre mated iMJtly and Jeweled hand of victim are found In a vase. Hand bears marks of linger nails manicured to sharp points. Lampkln recalls reports of n row between Caruthers and Arthur Glelow. both suitors for hand of Dorothy Huntington, wfao Is heiress to several millions should she marry Caruthers, unconditionally In case of Car utheis' death. Lato that night Hen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 August 1899

v. THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VV. XV. HANDKKS, l'ntllihr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. IN SHADOWLAND. . I nit (tlono bonlilo the lire nnil dream, And watch tlio lllckcrltiK hIhiuovvh on tlio wall Mako wolnl, fnntnstlc nhapcH, which rlso iind fall An JlnmcH and sinks tlio nlno Iok's fitful gleam. It rooms but yesterday, wo sat hero hand In hand. Though yours lmvo passod, J hear her volco ho low Murmuring the lullabies of Iohk ago, Mother and I, alono In Hhadowland. I wnnt lior so, I Ions to hoar her say: "If you are sad, a cry will do you wood," Then clasp mo close. Ah, how Hho un derstood And healed the heartache In her tender way! Poos sho not know the longlnr;? need I tell How I would tako from oft my brow this crown Of golden fame, which seems to weigh mo down, If sho could kiss the hurt and mako It well. Friends pass mo by, they do not under stand, Nor could they glvo that magic, healing touch That mothers know, and which wo need so much, And so wo weep alone In Shadowland. Annlo drier Cullen...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 August 1899

T I i i u , s X ' Vsb&C33 tLdJKTXJ&PS HIS WAR A Husband Who Lied to His Wife About It. "Gentlctiicn," began the fnt man as lie finished rending his letter ami put it away in his pocket. "1 hold that i.t is almost a husband's duty to lie to his wife more or less, but 1 started out by telling a lie which seems bound to fol low me to my grave and hang over iny tombstone after death. My case ought to be a warning to all men who eon .template marriage and lying." "You see," he continued, when mo tioned to go alieud witli his story, "1 was only 14 years old when the civil war closed. Ten years later 1 fell in love and got married. While 1 was courting 1 discovered that the girl had n great admiration for the men who had fought and bled for the union, and in a thoughtless moment 1 claimed to have seen two years' service the. army. L was also ass enough to men tion that I had been wounded in the leg. Also, that 1 went in as a private and enme out as a captain. 1 thought 1 might as w...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 August 1899

S V ARE MUSTERED OUT. The Second Oregon Volunteers Get Their Discharge Papers. THE STRENGTH OF CFX OTIS' FORCE. Alger May Oult tlm Senatorial Itaeo Day's Doings of President MeKliiles' (Iriii Allien Want Soldier Ablo to Hhool Total Ihit 1st incut. Hun Francisco, Aujf. 8. Tho Second Oregon regiment was mustered out of service yesterday. JOrieli man received his discharge papers from tin muster ing officer and passed on to tlm pay master, who gave him what money was duo him. As tlie men wens as sembled for thu last tune, previous (o their dissolution as a regiment, their colonel, (Jen. Owen Hununers, addressed tliem with a few words of farewell and advice. lie called on them not to do anything in the short time that remained before they wore dually disbanded to relied on the ex cellent record they had made, and also to ho on the lookout that no one should take undue advantage of them. (Ion. Summers, who is very popular, was, en thusiastically cheered by the men of liis command. The re...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 August 1899

T A r HAS ONLY BEGUN. Much Remains to Be Done in the Subjugation of Philippines. IiiHtirRnntfl In I'omonnloti of Throo-rottrth of tho JtolllfiK Stock of tho Kiitlroml, Aru 'Well Armed mill Learning How to I'll't. ChScnpo, Aup. B. The Tribune's spc cinl correspondence from Manila, un der date of June 120, says: The next campaign can hardly begin sooner thnn November, although tho country mnydry up enough toward tho middle of October 10 per mit the American troops to tnko the Held then,. Tho American army during tho rainy season can hardly bo expected to do anything mora than hold what it has gained and prcjr.iro for the next campilgn. The ground to defend Is not very groat. On tho south of Manila wo hnvc Imus, about IB miles away, where tho Fourth nntl Fifteenth Infantry, with Several guns from tho Sixth artillery, aro stf.tloncd This territory was gained only within tho last two weeks by tho hard fighting at I'.ir.inuquc, at which even tho rattle of tho rillcs could bo heard In Mani...

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. — 11 August 1899

itnrv iiyJ- y M&ian'ft'wm hn " &'' J.pwiyfc-Jfcr ni t' miiiunlt iwiKwAnwwwwa jl!jL!i!ag.M;fMaTe f nwMiiiijM'WnyytJiiM mi wwgp J. H. SEIJD, Droedor id Thoroughbred Poland China HCGS. NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA "W" have the rlK, when you would drive; Ourtonmn look well, they tiro nllvo, Rig., lioro Unit shlnti;' they uroO. K. Ktep track of Workman's every day. Met like our tninN; they're tnado lotco, And In the hurncui uevor hIow. Uoxt lime you drive, you traveling men, Seek Workman' tiliico, and como HKln. Iiook up tins placo when lviniH you ffed. Jn hero they're treated well Indeed. Very low our raton nro found Every time you drive around. Rlits, hack and drays and horse nest. Y" Klve the wonl, wo do tho ront. Workman's : Livery, NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. H0TI0EF0R HEABING OLAIMB. Tn the county court of Nemaha county, Ncbi In the matte'' of tho estate of Lewis Thomp son, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the Court has made an order limiting tho time forerodltors to file claims agalast...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 August 1899

WtpWf. ' ' f Jm - "-if"- x-jr wjy '' Jl r ' - IT. vinjif r-S wrwj S"-M " ' . 1 ii ,. .. .-. it. ebwsfa Mdvertim. -' 'in 7. VOLUME XLIV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1899. NUMBER 9 ,w,TO,WP8WP'PP!r; -fo A Local 3STews Old papers for sale at tills ofllce. Cobs for sale. Cull at tho feed store. See the J. 13. Stltson huts at Ander son's. Old settlers' picnic Saturday of noxt week. A new line of hats and caps at An dersen's. Croquet sets for sale at Reeling's drug store. Mrs. Gar.rlsou has been very sick for some time. Have you seen the beautiful glass ware at Anderson's. Old Settlers' reunion and picnic, Sat urday, August 20th. Base bid I' bats and accessories at Reeling's drug store. Mrs. N. B. Scrivoner is very sick with uialariai fever. E . Chester and K. Ar.nstroug went to Hickman Tuesday. Keoling's drug store has just received a Kock of fresh paint. C Shuck went to Wymore Wedness dixy to attend the reunion. Iverkar & Hoover indulged in a new meat wagon a few days ago. M...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 August 1899

1 1 HE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANI'KKS riilillnlmr. NEMAHA, NENItASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nows. WASHINGTON NOTIVS. Without licmldinir bin policy Sccro tary Knot 1ms practically placed Mnj. (Jen. Miles in actual cominaiid of tliu army and amicable relations now exist between army headquarters and the war department at Washington. Olll cial documents, orders, recommenda tions and HiiKtfestloiiH are dally sent to the major general commanding and Gen. Miles responds and co-operates in every olllclal detail. Uki'iikskntativi: Waunku, of Illi nois, at Washington on the loth ex pressed his belief that Thomas It. Koed will stay in congress, although ho will not be speaker. A HiiAiti engagement between Gen. MaoArthnr's command and the insur gents was reported to tho war depart ment by Gen. Otis on the Kith. The enemy's Intrcnchments on tho outskirts of Angeles were attacked and tho reb els estimated at V00, were driven north with a reported loss of VIOO killed nnd wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 August 1899

r r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V. HANDKIt", 1'ublUhor. .NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE OLD KITCHEN ROCKER. Oli, dsar to my heart Is the old kltclien rsckrr. When foutsors and weary I seek lt em brace. As It. stamls at one side of the vine covered window, A true friend Indeed In tills wearisome place. 'Its straight upright back like a wcll-dolns Christian, (Or some like a hollyhock polnp to seed) .An much of a help by Its upright example As thu rost which It offers, and which I much need "The old kitchen rocker, the dear kitchen rocker. The rocker that's better than willow or reed. "The dear little children who once clustered round It, Oft lulled Into slumborland by Its low cieak,. .As rocked In my arms In trim motherly fashion, I pressed softest kisses on each rosy check. 'The chlldicn nrc growing, and soon may be Kolns Away from the homo nnd the hearts that are there. Hut one thine; I'm certain they'll nlwnys remember The old-fashioned, splint-bottomed rock abyc chair "The old kitchen rocke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 August 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKKH, I'ulillalinr. NEMAHA, - - - NEUHASKA, PERSEVERANCE. Tlierc'H u good Itnlliiri proverb, Couched In words which rendered arc: lie who Hlowly ploddeth onward Travels long and travels far. "I'crKevernnce conquers nil things In an adage much the iintne, Leading those who well observe It On to fortune and to fame. CoriHtnnt c'.lmblng ncnles tin- mountain Towering upward Into Hpaee; Mighty contlr.entH are traversed Jiy the pilgrim pace by pace. Those, whom all mankind mtiHt honor Won their place through patient toll: Steady and persistent efTort Nothing In the end can toll. Having once thy courno determined, Never, wave that courHo prove wrong, Ilaekward turn, whato'er hctldu thee; Keep thy rcHolutlon strong. I rememher to have llHtened, In the days of boyhood pant, To a song which hut coiiHlHted Of "bo on!" from llrat to litHt. Just "go on I go on!" repeated, That was all, and nothing more; Yet that Hong peculiar taught me A llfe-lcHHon full of lore....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 August 1899

r pAng -wdlfeJK2jH VALUABLE SUGGESTION. RATHER EMBARRASSING. HAT OF SPUN GLASS. WIT AND WISDOM. "V NEW WATERING DEVICE. Very I'Keftil "Where Cow ntiil Oilier I'uriii AiiIiiiiiIm llitve (it He "Wittered in the Stall. The cut hIiowh a device for watering stock in the stalls. A V-shaped trough extends along before the whole row of stalls, forming, with its cover, the front of the crib. This trough can be Hushed out, the lower end then stopped mill the trough filled. The eovers eau be arranged m that the eattle vim lift them when desiring to drink, then Crib WATEUING DEVICE FOR COWS. fulling buek into place of their own weight. A very little slope to the trough will carry the water from one end to the other. Until one has tried the experiment of keeping water con stantly before his eows, thus giving them the chance to drink whenever thirsty just as is the case when the miimals are at pasture he will not .realize how much better his stock will thrive and produce flesh or milk than is the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 August 1899

f VVMMVi MOJUSlJIiN WANTED. Secretary Root Issues an Order foi Ten New Regiments. Kimikiih mill I'enniytviinlii lluvn Iloen H- licleilus tlio Meil I'li'lil for IleiTilIU Tho Secretary Wants tlm. In- Mirrectlnn Wound Up. Washington, Aug. 18. An order lias been issued din-cling tlml ton addi tional regiments of Infantry voluntcors lie organized for service in Hit' Philip pines. 'J'hi' regiments will bo num bered from !I3 lo -17, and will lie organ ized ut, tliu following places, in tlio order named: Fort Snelling, Fort Crook, Nel.; Fort Jliloy, Kan.; Camp Monde. Pa.; Fort, Ft linn Allen. Vt.; Fort Leu ven worth, Kan.; Jefferson lmrraoks, Mo.; South Frunilngham, Mans. "The policy of the war department," mild Secretary Hoot yesterday, "is to furnish Hun. Otis with all the troops and supplies' that he can nso and which arc necessary to wind up tho insurrec tion in the Philippines in shortest pos sible, time." The secretary said that no delay would he allowed in enlisting, equipping and s...

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