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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 August 1899

r r MERR1TT SEES M-KINLEY. The (Irncinil Suys lln I Not to Da Sont tl tlui riilll)itiiivt-Tlt War Will Soon lCud. Plultsburg. X. Y., Aiiir. 21. At tho close of mi Inturviuw with lYosidcnt MclCinluy Inst nitfht, Oen. Merrit said: "So far ns 1 know, thore will bo no immediiitu oliaiif-o in military com manders in tho 1'iiilippinos. lion. Otis, whom 1 regard as one of the most capable and efiloient oflleurs in the sorvicc, will continue in charge of the American forces. With Jin eillcicnt force of, say, 50,000 troops, 1 believe he will bo able to put down the rebellion. .Inst how much time will bo required, however, 1 cannot say. Aguiimldo and his men have put up a much better light than I thought them capable of at tho outset, but there can be but one outcome to the conlliol, a complete victory for Ameri can arms. I can now but repeat what 1 have said time and again, that the in surrection would have been broken ere this had it not been for the moral sup port which Aguinaldo and his m...

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. — 25 August 1899

mw'iw ii ijwywHiim"iiii'nniiiuii ihjh i'mummijuij.jii'h iiiu'jBiA'jiiiijiaimtM:i4jjji.itutjjjja.uifnt 11111111 iiiiituiiujiJwgcMW'"rfWiM.ica . ! - tef,, ' cliHiswJikiit AlUlbt fAiiSTa &J Host OhikIi Byrup. ToaKh Good, n pi )U. V. W. KE13LIN0, NKMrtflA Cl'iV, Nj.itKAKA. Office at tlic dm ototo. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public Noinalia City, Hob Jf ffC Bim SMiJSSS HJ B V PLASTERER Anion nml Aicatlto work u Hpcoliilty. OI ciiih luilll. I'ii pur IIiiiikIiik, Kiiltmmtnlnt hml WltnwiiHliliiij tloiiu. I.otv prises, All torlc wnrnintnil. Korkcr & Hoover, Dealer In "MZIS.A.TS INuIichI prices jmlil for Mil oh, Sard, tn'lov? H ,Him, nli? NKMAIJA. CITY, NJiHHASKA. J. II. SEID, I! render of Thoroughbred Poland Chin? H O G- S . NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA "W0 1'itvo Uio rigs, wlieu you would dilve; Oui'teiiniH loolc woll, llloy nro alive, K,1C liorollmlnlilntj; tluiynroU. IC. JJL'0 truok or Worliiimn'Hovoiy tiny. I?im lli:o our tu.itus; tlioy'ro iniulu to no, A.u In I ho liuriiss nover rilow....

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

i r f ebrnshd Mdvertmr, a- r ZE VOLUME XLIV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER L, 1899. NUMBER Jo JP ' - 1 i? .--V f Local ISTe-ws - "i -finrn ruVM School begins next Monday. Id papers for sale at this ofllce. Coba for Bale. Call at tlio feed store. Tho candidates weio thick Thursday. See the J. B. Stltson hats at Ander son's. D. 0. Miller came in Friday. from Auburn Republican next week. primaries Saturday of A. new line of hats and caps at An derson's. Croquet sets drug store. for sale at Keeling' Have you seen tho beautiful glass ware at Anderson's. Base ball", bate and accessories at Keeling's drug store. P. G. Swan is p new addition to the list of Advertiser readers. Keeling'n drug store has just received a stock of fresh paint. Mr. and Mtb. Henry Ilartwick re turned to Omaha Snndav. Ed E. Sunders, editor of the Shubert Citizen, was in town Wednesday. Mrs. Bcrgsma and son, of Shubert, visited Mrs. J. B. Hoover Saturday. For sale A fine driving toam.buggy and harness. Inquire o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 September 1899

r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. V. SANDICK-, I'uhlUlii-r. NEMAHA, NI2KIIASKA. TUB WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. AVASIIINOTON NOTKS. Ma.i. Okn. Nki.ho.v A. Mim'.h, com inuudiuc; f,'cneriil of the iirmy, In tfoiiitf to tlio Philippines. llo will start the latter part of October. Ilowlll not take command of the forces in the Held, iior will hu Hiiporhcde Gen. Otis, lie will, however, nut in tins capacity of fjeiiornl of the urmy and will have a su pervision over Held operations. AccoiiniNO to advices received at the war department, the experiment of un listlntf natives of the West Indies into tho American army has proved quite successful in tlio easu of tho Porto Itfcnn hattalion of United .States vol unteers, which body completed its or ganization a few weeks iio. Po.STMASTKIl Clll'M, of Peek, Kill., was severely whipped by whitecappers because hu appointed a negro us his assistant. Crum forwarded his resig nation to Washington and the olllcu will be discontinued. Tin: state...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 September 1899

W r I 4 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. V. 8ANUi;it, I'ublUlier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. AT EVENTIDE. The tired breezes nro tucked to rest In the oloud-bid far away, 1'lie vvavtw nre pies-aed to the placid breast Of the gleaming, dreaming bay; The shore line swims In n hazy boat. Asleep In the sea nndslty, And the mullled beat whore the btoal'.crs meet la u soft, sweet lullaby. 4 The pine-clad hill husn crimson crown Of glittering stinsjt glows, The roofs pf brown In the distant town Are bathed In a blush of rose: The radiant ripples ahlno and ahlft In shimmering sin'"'.'' of gold, The se.v.vtcds lift and drowse and drift, And the Jellies 111 1 and fold. The great sun sinks, and the gray fog heaps Ilia clonk on the silent sea, The nlglu-wlr.d crcipa where the ocean Hleeps, And the wavelets wake In glee; Across the bay like n silver star Thero twinkles the harbor light, And faint and far from the outer bar The sea-birds call "Good night." Joo Lincoln. In L. A. V. Bulletin. y-z? M THECARUTWERSf ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 September 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. nANOKIM, I'abttihitr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE STONE IN THE ROAD. Long tlmo f?o thor lived a king Known to l)o tfood and wIbo; IIu taught hid people laziness In all forms to desplfte. "For the ticat thln of life," mM ho, "Ood xlve to thoo who work; IJnd lurk comes lint by mnilne8, To those who love to hlrk" Itlitht In tho middle of tho road, CIoso by hi palace fair, lie placed a atone, and watched to jco Tho people pnlnff there. Quite early In tho morning carno A farmer, with hi corn. Drawn by a yoko of onttn "Ha As sure as you are born," lie crlod, In great disgust, "the king I fas lazy subjects hero. Now t must drive my cart one sld And upset, too, I fear!" He never thought to roll the stone Hlmsolf. A soldier gay, IWIth it long feather In hl hat, Now marched across the way; A merry song he sung, but as He hold his hoad so high, He stumbled o'er the stone and In Tho dust was forced to He. "Ah! silly drones, yo country folks," He Mtormod "your sense Is sm...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 September 1899

W h j l- t Til LI DREYFUS CASE. History of the Sensational Case Told in Chronological Order. lltMRovrry ut the "Leakage" of Contt- tlciitlitl Doo.iimcntx from Wnr Ilu- rcuu The lliirilcrcuu ami Secret Downier. LFKIiDDUFYFUS, captain in tlie Fourteenth regiment of artil lery in the French army, was at tached to the second bureau of the general stair, where future plans of mobilization and other military meas ures of rrcat importance are discussed, prepared and drawn up. For some time CAPTAIN ALFRED DREYFUS. (From a Photograph Tnken Ucfore Ills Deportation and Suppressed by tho French Government.) a constant "leakage" of these confiden tial documents had been noticed, de tectives had been employed' and Drey fus was under suspicion. On October 1, 1S91, he was suddenly detached from the war ollicc and appointed to service in the Thirty-ninth regiment at the Ecolc Militaire. On October 14 he re reived at his luxurious home near the Troeadero a summons to attend at the ministry of war, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 September 1899

i. ORPHANAGE BURNED. Nine Buildings of St. Agnes Con. vent at Sparkhill Destroyed. FOUR PERSONS LOSE THEIR LIVES. Two lrl Al I'minil .MUhIiii; Many In. unit its Hitrloutly I tiJuriMl 1 1 tir iiIhiii of tint KUIrrs- InrlilitiiH of tlm li)43in -Lima, HUBI'.ODO, Nparkill, N. V., A n. 20. FIro that broke out, ;il nun o'clock yesterday destroyed niiin of Lliu ten buildings of the St. Agues convent and orphanage, entailing a loss of SI 50,000 and causing the death of four por.sons. The dead arc: Helen Itrown, aged 15; Emma Mackiu, aged 7; ".lane," a pensioner, aged 70; Mini .Mary Kato McCarthy, aged 28. Tins mUsing arc: Thcreso l itrliy, nvjud II, and Mary Rrown, aged -l. This seriously injured are: Sister Sienna, shock and collapse; Sis 1er .Marie, bums and concussion; Sister Ilurlraml, concussion of spine and shock; Sister Kathurino, arm broken, and Hannah Shea, leg broken. Twun-ly-llvo inmates were injured by falls, jumps and burns, none .seriously. That more lives were not lost was du...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 September 1899

Y '4 r A POWERFUL SEARCHLIGHT. Onn to Ho Sfiit. liiiuirdlntrty to Mil ill lit uml UkuiI to 1,1 1: lit tlio Stir. roiiiiillni; Country. "Wnslilnirtoii, Aiifr.!2('. Modern Inven tions will be brought to piny to insure coininuniciittoii between American troops operutliifj in Luzon and to pre vent night attai'l's on the American in trcnclimciit.s. J'rig. den. (Irccly, chief s'Ciml oilleer, sent ('apt. (Irani Squires, of the .signal corps, to Manila for the purpose of making experiments with wireless telegraphy. With the Marconi device accompanying a eolumn of troops, communication could be main tained with the military base, it is thought, at a distance of 10 miles. The war department has contracted for a powerful movable searchlight, which, upon delivery next week, will be immediately sent to Manila. The scarehlighl will be mounted on in trenehincnts and used at night to light the sunounding country. The use of the light will, army ottlccr.s say, pre vent any surprise. HEWS BY WAY OF L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 September 1899

- Trw. ' " " WTTV-F WW1IIMIMIII1IIIWWWI''K''"II'WWWIITIM"'W'','','W"'',OT fKtltWWIIlW'lIWWIVMJWWWMW'' ir-fTaiT.-''f -f(it V' I n w KflK-!Jiag;.faW4H'li!i &l w && bu ItoM HmK lUHttf V.lllilt AIL lit CoiikIi hynii. !'.' im iokI, in i imo. 'AILS. ft4 KM ntl.no. Hifl liv nroaelMr.. J" ri. W. W. KKKLINC, Nemaha Oirv, Nkuuaka. Oilier, ut llm dniK Hloro. Notary W. W. SANDERS, : - : Public Nemal&u City, Nob I' it BiBV S 0JJB BS k)E: V PLASTERER Acnio mid AgutUo worlc h HprcluUy. OIh. itik liiilll, I'upur llnnyliiK, KiiInoiiiIiiIiik linil VltnwiHlil.i ilonu. Low prison. All torlc wurruntod. Tho Nebraska Advertiser MMiscmrrioN. - KM..V) men ykaic 1'MlIiJAV, SKIT. 1, ISilw. Kerker & Hoover, Donlor In MEATS IIIirhOHt prlcoH puld for hldos, lard, tallow g ,11111), iilc NI3MAHA City, nehhakka. TIih Klrat Nebraska luliunud liomu Vrt'dneaihiy and woie ovurywliuto glvun an onthuaiiintlc wulcnmo. Judge Jurvis S. Church had a stroke of parulyBln Friday of hint weak. Ho rocovered no...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 September 1899

W I ( lA ' llL ebmsfa r VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPTEiMBER 15, 1890. NUMBER Vl he Mdvertiw, 4 mm-j Local ISTews Cuol nights. Tlio corn crop is immense. Old papers for mile at this eflice. Soe the J. B. Stitson hats at Ander sin's. 0. F. Scovill hna moved to Brown- ville. A new line of hats and caps at An derson's. There seems to be a good demand for winter apples Gasoline at Keollng's drugstore. 20 cents per gallon. Tom Thompson and Ed Littroll went to Johnson Friday. Have you seen the beautiful glass ware at Anderson's. Qo to Reeling's drug score for school supplies, tablets, crayons, tte. Call at Mrs, Falrbank's Opening and see those handsome Pattern HatB. Mrs. W. W. Keeling went to Omaha Monday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Culver. Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Peabody visited Omaha last week, returning Monday evening. P. G. Swan aid D. T. Smiley went to Lincoln Tuesday to attend the G. A. II. reunion. Mr. und Mr3. J. M. Fuller went to Lincoln Wednesday to attend the Grand Army ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 September 1899

urn THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER U. W. HANDICIf, I'tihlUhrr. NEMAHA, NEHItASKA. VJ..J..-XJ.X.t.J.X.tXJ.4.4.J-J-..4.XXj,j.Jj. r SEPTEMBER 1899. Sun. Sal. 2 JO 16 23 & 30lE A 17 14t 3 24 HFfipTTl:fTTTTTTTTTfTtTil TOPICS OF THE DAY. i)!uy Nomlnuto ii Colonel. A movement is on foot in Montana to give tho republican nomination for governor to Col. II. C. Kcsslcr, of tho First Montana, now on tho way liomu from thu Philippines. f.itftt of tho Wur of 1KIU. Although llinun Cronk, of Avu, N. Y., aged !i!, Ih still carried on tho pen ion roll.s, press dlspatohos'rceently an nounced his death. He wan not only tho last surviving soldier of tho war of 181'J, but also tho oldest pensioner. A llrldcn of I'uro Acute. Tho most valuablo natural bridge In tho world is to bo 'found in Arizona, lying across a deep chasm -10 feet in width. It is a petrilled tree about four fcut in diameter and about 100 feet in length. It is puro agate all through, mid therefore is much more valuablo as regards material t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 September 1899

r 4 ': ft y r tHE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. 8ANOKKS l'ubllnlipr. NKMAHA. NEHRASKA. THE LITTLE WHITE SUN. The nlty had a pray, grny face, The touch of tho mht was chill, The earth was an erle place For the wind moaned over the hill: ill in the brown earth laughed, and the sky turned blue, "When the llttlo white sun came peeping through. The wot leaves saw It nnd smiled, The glad birds gave It a .or.g A cry from a heart. glee-wild, And the echoes laugh It along: .And the wind nnd 1 went whistling too, 'When the llttlo white sun oamo peeping through. So welcome the chill of rain And the world In Its dreary guise To have It over again, That moment of sweet surprise, When the brown earth laughs, and the shy turns blue, .As the little white sun comes peeping through. --Annie Campbell Iluestls. In S. S. Tlmc. -il ATHECARUTHERSf rirMf& By m KA WILL W AJk nnnTllhf.lSOS.llV K. 'Kvi A-N.KelloutrNuwfpapcrCo. HAIiBEIT SYNOPSIS. Mlnard Hendricks, grent detective, .lust ireturned from Uoston...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 September 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKItS i'umliher. NEMAHA, NRItUASKA. JIM THE GOOD-FOR-NOTHING. Used to call Jim rooi! fer nothln'I Wn'n't much like his brother Johnl Hummed around nml never seemed to mind how thlnRs wmh koIii' on; Qlvc IiIh folks it lot of worry with hlssprce- ln' here nnd there Hroko IiIh mother's heart, I reckon, lint ho never Huemed to care; Used to call him ood fer nothln' I'm re- fcrrln' now to .Jim Wn'n't n hless-ed thlnj? In common 'twlxt IiIh brother John nnd him. Well, the call fer troops was sounded! Men must Hhoulder iirinH and ro Far away, to miffcr hardships nnd to llht their country's foel UHed to call him K"od for nothln', 'cause he alwayH liked to rent; Cause ho had a tamo fer lhiuor und wan ruther Hhuhby dresscull But when fearlcHN men were needed Jim iut on a Hiilt of blue, timing bin cap and cheered and started John cnllHtcd, too. After while there come dispatches tellltiK of "an awful fray," Where "the coolness and the courage of ono man had wive...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 September 1899

T 4 ! " r ARE NOT SATISFIED. Indians Vigorously Opposed to the Division of Their Lands. Present Condition of AfTnlrm In the Creek Nation, Iiidlnu Territory, la Not lluitMMtirlnu; Trouble In l'robnhle. Special Chetocah (I. T.) Letter. The troubles over the ullotinent of lands to Indians seems to be increas ing. The full-blooded Indians do not wish the land divided, but prefer that the title remain in the tribes. The recent law allots to each member of a family 1G0 acres. As many of the Indians have large families, they will get good-sized farms. On an aver age, the Indian cultivates only 40 or 80 acres. Under the tribal laws he can locate as much as he wishes. Then he leases it to white men. A few junipers fence a tract of several thousand acres and lease It to n white man for a cat tle ranch. The Indians live in idleness on the revenues. They naturally op pose the allotment, and so do the Amer ican holders of leases to these large tracts. Another element, the ftill "blooded Indians,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 September 1899

SHAW ELECTED COMMANDER, Tho Now Vorl Mini CIioacii to tlln If Icliont Ollico In tint !. A. It. I'onsloii Com- mlUcc' Itc port Very Conservative Philadelphia, Sept. 8. Tim thirty third national encampment of tho Qniiul Army of tho Itopuhllc citmo to an i! ml last night. Tho election of n commander-in-chief, which it was sup posed would bo settled after u warm contest, was conducted and carried out in tho most peaceable manner imagin able. Col. Albert I). Shaw, of Water town, N. Y., was unanimously elected to tho highest oilieo of tho organlza- y co.MMA.vnmt ix-cmiCK ai.iikht i. biiaw. tion after .ludgo Leo Ilsissiour, of St. Louis, had declined to bo a candidate. Aside from tho selection of commander-in-chief tho pension question received tho major portion of attention. Tho report of tho pensions committee was as follows: Your committee on pensions respectfully ptcKcnls this supplemental report pursuant to llio Instructions of tho cnonmpmcut. Wo ro sixiotfully direct attention to sec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 September 1899

4 T VERDICT OF GUILTY. Ten Years' Imprisonment Is the Penalty Against Dreyfus. Conrt-Mirttnl Itrought In u V-riUct That "Wtm IWiiiTtml of It Tim Primmer Hoihih to KntulriMi Tlmt Ho IIiih SniTeriul Knimli. Rcnnes, Franco, Sept. 10. Tho judges found Dreyfus guilty of treason. Tho verdict was announced at live o'clock. Dreyfus was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment. The court stood live to two for the condemnation of the pris oner. The verdict was announced at 0:0'J o'clock, and the crowd outside greeted tho announcement with eheera for tho army. Had one more judge voted for acquit tal Dreyfus would have been acquitted. 5y the rules of tho French court-martial tho bare majority of tho judges CAl'T. AI.FM'I) DIlKVI'l'S. would not have convicted. Therefore, a vote of four to throo for conviction would have resulted in acquittal. Tho vote of live to two was the lowoit limit bv which he could bo convicted. Tho court found exten.iatinfr circumstances. Tho judgment was read to Dreyfus in a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 September 1899

iTmf p r?,""P"!f"y'1i jmw ' mi mi imi'i,wwTTray, (WVWmKWnmMXWBtw i iiiimn inniniiiniiii "ii iicti nr 7 M l,ifcWJIS??:'H&i!8Sri8dil sifaYr&fR'jS EJ noet OomrIi Hjtujv TftiUw loo. lfl vm Ej In lUnn. Htt t drupKlM. rU. W. W. KEKMNO, Nkmaua Citv, Nkhuaka. Ofllce at t lit cJritK BUiro. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public Noxnalia City, Nob HUMP SMMMJMtir PLASTERER Amiio mill AKAtlto work it Hjinolulty. Cist-run liullt. l'npor IIiiiikIuKi KulnomlnliiK luul WltownshlnB dono. how prloos, All torlc wnrrnutoil. Kerker & Hoover, Donlor In MEATS HlKlteit prlooH paid for hldoN, lnrd, tnilow ff.uno, ntc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. EMtaSKRHHW J. H. SELD, llrocdor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA t VIT0 lmvo tho rlgu, wlion you would drive; Our tuulns look well, tlioy uru ullvo. U,fi lioro that Blilnej.thoy nro O. IC. 2Hop tixak of .Workiunn'H iivory day. ,Mo'i Hit" our toaiDH; thoy'ro miulo to (;o, v it. . .And lit tllohnrncM nnver hIow. Nixr- llmoyoa ilrlvo, you Unve...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 September 1899

Tf -"!,-'' W" ebmsh Mdvertim. r VOLUME XLIV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FUIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1899. NUMBER vaA H df Efa 4 j X HT Local !N"ews Cool nighty. Tlie corn crop is immense. Eggs, 11 cents per dozen. OKI pupcra for sale at tliis office. Butter is 20 cents a pound nnd scatco iittluit. A I Morton went to Edgar Saturday, on business. J. II. Linn iB now working at the Bunnell mill. Gasoline at Keeling' drug store. 20 ce :la pet gallon. The f unionists hold their convention at A u On i n Saturday. Go to Keellng'3 drug store for school supplies, tablets, crayons, etc. Call at Mrs. Fait hank's Opening and set) those handsome Pattern Hats. Work has been commenced on the foundation for the new court liouso. Rev. C. II. Gilmore went to Lincoln Monday to attend the annual Methodist conference. Mrs. F. L. Woodward went to Hust ings .Monday to visit her son, Charley Woodwind. Hairy Nicholls came in from Paw nee City Friday of last week, returning Wednesday. Mia. Pomeioy started lor Bedford, low n,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 September 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANIMCIC-, I'lllilUlirr. NEMAHA, N13IIIIASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Drxlcnx for n Nnw 8B Crrtlllcntc. Two do.signn for a now 85 silver cer tificate luivo been submitted to thti sec retary of tin; treasury by tliu bureau of unirravltig and printing. One has upon lU face a vignette of Washington and the other of .loll'orson. It 1h lllcely the former will bo selected. Ann Ailmr I.oud Tlmm All Ann Arbor, Mich., has the largest coeducational Institution in tliu world within Us borders. Oberlln college was the first to adopt coeducation In the west, but now thu University of Michigan leads the way with 7! young women out of a total of i), 111 students enrolled. Him Own Nlnn Niiwiiiflrn. Miss Floretta Vlnlng, of Hull, Mass., owns, among other valuable properties, nine newspapers Hint are published on thu south coast- of her natlvu statu. This gives her a control of alTnira that makes her n sourcu of envy to the uveragu politician of that section of Now England, a...

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