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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 September 1899

T .THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANOKKS PublUIirr. : NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. KN) THE CARUTHERS 1 AFFAIR cy I ' win W . fffiw Copyright. If, hy If. KM 'V. A.N. krllntrir Nrw,nnri-rn. UAnBETI W m ST . V. S7. ?. S?. s. sT7. ?. '?. ?. VA JSjHSesfSilSitg VSk''N'V-' SYNOIIS. "Minaret Hendricks, prcat detective, Just returned from Iloston, finds nwnltlnR him an unsigned typewritten letter directing lilm to apartments In Pnlnce liotcl, where lie wll llnd remains of Mr Welilon Caruth crs currently reported for past two weeks to be out of town. Detective seee-ms to con nect letter with attempt made on hlown lire some time previous. Goes with friend, Dr. Lampkln. to Investigate. Upon search of Caruthcrb' apartments remains of cre mated body nnd Jeweled hand of victim are found In n vase. Hand hears marks of ringer nails manicured to sharp points. l,ampkln recalls reports of n row between -Caruthcrs and Arthur Glelow, both suitors for hand or Dorothy Huntington, who Is heiress to several million sho...

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. — 22 September 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HAN DICKS, l'tibllitmr. NEMAHA, NI2IIRASKA. 'TIS BUT A SPAN. What mnttcrH It Unit tears nntl toll nnd oft-tltncH IniplcHR ycnrnlni: OpprcRN ine while my ilnlly bread with hard toll I inn cnrnltiK: That little JohIoiihIph and lintcn like In sects frlKhl or fret ine, That some friends JnriUN-fnccd and fnlHo malign iiiul then fowl me? This life Ih lint a little span beroKKi'd with ln and sorrow, My houI throiiKh unspanned spaces vaHt hIiiiII wIiib Hm way to-morrow". Death, triicflt friend thonch number browed, my fettered soul unchalnlm;, Hhall bid mo rise throiiKh happy skies abovo all eurth'H complaining', Hhall send me like an uncaged bird anions the starlit wonders Abovo the- reach of earthly storms, above their millon thtindem; I Hhall Ijo free iih ariKelM are, no IIIh nor vain rcpluluK. No IlrnltatlonH less than lovu my deathless iioul uonllnlijK In other worldn of larger llfo I may meet nobler erealnroH, With centlo Kraci on every face Illumining th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 September 1899

K THE HERO OF MANILA 'By This Name Admiral Dewey Will Ever Live in History. llrlef Account of the lint tit of Atny 1, tbSIIow the Olymnln, the Ail- jitlriil nml the ."Men Who Kought with lllm AV111 lie IleecUeil Upon Their Ilcturn Sept. iSH. DMIKAL. GKOKGK DKWEY, the hero par excellence of the Spanish American war, is expected to arrive at New York Thursday, September 28. lie -rvill be accorded a reception surp.iKsinj? in spontaneity and grandeur anything recorded in American histoiy. He will be received, officially, by the government of the United States, by the state of New York and the city of Greater New York, and by repre sentatives from every state in the union; and millions of bin fcllow-citiens will be present to cxpicsa by voice and action the esteem in which the victor of Manila is held by the common people of AmeiiiM. After the New York reception is over, the admiral will visit Washington, where the president and ids cabinet will tender llini n reception and present him w...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 September 1899

: ODD FELLOWS ORDER. Rain the Predominating Feature of the Diamond Jubilee. lU'l'OHTS OF THE CHAM) OFFICERS. Many Ilrnoliitloii fTrMl Tim .Matti-r of Ailiiillllnu-N"t,T.iit In tin I. O. (. 1 V.x. pi'i'tiiil In Count Up, bill Will I'rnlf nlily lln Vnliul Down. ' Detroit, Mich., Sept. 10. Hard, per sistent rain wiih tho predominant out ward feature of the opening day of tho Independent Order of Odd Fellows' dla inond jubilee yesterday. Adverse weather conditions, however, fulled to dampen the spirits of the Odd Follows enough to hcop them away from the public welcomes extended at the De troit opera house by Mayor Muyhury mid Michigan Odd fellow olllolals. " Albert S. I'lnlcerton, grand Hire, In his annual address said: Dcrcmlicrill lust, mrMi!orllimtoloi1i;)tiiL'in hnrHlilp wan fl if.fntl nail tu number of.sNicrH cnrolli-il la tlio Itobeltiih loilos ii'iimlioicil nit),. 07. TIhmo IlKiirus oimblitiH for tbii Ilrnt tlmo lo lionosltv claim fraternal Hflltlsitluus with over I.WiW IKK) iwr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 September 1899

-im TmF-' sr- p""F",F" psfP-'wfWIPt'il1!)1 VliflR " Y Y 4 FROCUCSS. With time, comes progress and nd Tan cement in all lines of successfully conducted enterprises. Success come to those only who have goods with superior merit and a reputation. In the manufacture of laundry .starch foi the last quarter of a century J. C. llubinger has been the peer of nil others and to-day is placing on the market the finest laundry starch evei offered the public under our new and original method. Ask your grocer for a coilpon book -which will enable you to get the first two large ID cent packages of his rte starch, 11EI) CROSS, TKADK MAltK brand, also two of the children's Shakespeare pictures painted in twelve beautiful colors as natural ns life, or the Twentieth Century Girl Calqndar, nil absolutely free. All grocers arc authorized to give ten large packages of KKI) CKOSS STAKCIL with twenty of the .Shakespeare pic tures or ten of the Twentieth Century Girl Calendars, to the first five purchas ers...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 September 1899

n rii'j "s"k ctrjiwiiiiiiioiuapa,LLiiJ'JLjMnaMmjiijaaijniiii''niiJ;tJi-jrTiappra '?E6?5?siaitta","2!f;!!!3P wfa2KtMu3a Z iiuino vmtnt niu iloc rnuo. igi w. ?. ( omli Strtni. 1W Houl. tTt f Jj) lutUnrt. Ptiii by rtmimlM". i KHj MM2MmMiM;p Qll. V. W. KI5BLIN0, JN i:m mi a City, Nkiuiaka. n Olllcc at Uhi drug utoro. W. "W". SAWDERS, iary .: -:' Public XSTDinalia City, Nob r bc s-:b s s:.as: fin: v PLASTERER Anno n nil Antltci work n Hprrlnlty, CIh I'rnn Inilll. I'npor HiiiikIiik, KiiInoiiiIJiIiik IiimI Wltownnlil.ii; 1I0110. I.oiv intcou, All lorlc wnrriintnii. Korkor & Hoover, Dealer In MEATS lllulirmt prlcoM puld for IiIiIoh, lnul, tallow I 1110, fl" NI3MAKA CITY, NEIIKAS'CA. j. n. 8E1.D, Hrordor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA "V70 Iiiivii llio rlKN, wlion ui would drive; Mui' l'-i iih look well, Ilicy iiruiillvi', "R.Irm liuriitliiUHhliu1; IhoyitroO. If. Irl'-op truok of Woiltiiiuii'H civory ilny. IVlou llici our Ioiiiiim; tlioy'ru imulo (o no, ?j,nd In ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 September 1899

ebmstm r VOLUME XLLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SERTEiMRUR 29, 1899. DUMBER .Amh She Mdvertwer. - 4 m L.ocaL News Cool nights. Eggs, 11 cents per dozen, Tlie corn crop Is immense. Heavy frost Monday night. Winter apples are being marketed. .The fair at Auburn was n success. Woodmen picnic next Wednesday. Decidedly wlnterish those mornings. Tho "wind blew very hard for several dis. Agent Dull is proud of tlio now stove at tliu depot. Gasoline at Keellug'a drugstore. 20 cents per gallon. Mrs..F. L. Woodward returned from Hastings Monday. Mrs. L. II. Merritt is very sick with typho-malarial fever. G. N. Titus shipped a car load of apples to Iloldrego Thursday. Go to Keoling's drug store for school supplies, tablets, crayons, etc. Frank Skeon has moved to Shubert and 'a clerking for Colglazier & don. Frank Woodward went to Beatrice Tuesday, returning Wednesday uight. Lester Fcabodj has been very sick for some time with typlio-malaiial fever. Mrs. Sarah Austin, of Wabash, Nob.' is vis...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 September 1899

I'HE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. HANUKIl", I'ulilUlinr, NEMAHA. NBHIIASKA. TOPICS OF TIIE DAY. (lolil "SwimU" In Trmnlt. Gold in transit ncrosH the Atlantic "nweatH," no miittor how tightly It nmy bo packed. Thuro is u regular allow ance for loss by attrition upon tho voy ngo, and tlil.s loss amountH to a largo Hum to the commercial world. l'riilil Mount of !llMii ;iiy, ill. Gibson City, 111., claims to possess tliu best sidewalks In the world for a town Its size. Cement sidewalks, yt feet In width, have just been laid throughout tho business district. Olb Kon Incidentally claims to have pro duced sotui! of the most distinguished football players In tho world. Thoy aTThoixI mill Writ. Hushvllle, 111., boasts that overy ono of its 8,000 citizens, excepting, of course, the Infants, can read and write tho Kngllsh language. As proof of tho en terprise of ItH peoplo It points to tho fact that they recently rathcd Sl'JO.000 In cash and offered that sum, together with 580,000 in property, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 September 1899

V 1 r THE NEBRASKA APYERT1SEB (V. W. BANDERS, I'nblUher. TJEMAHA, NEBRASKA. - -" -t sl-i -,? j''. .Wt w.v .k rxr k atn M9 -a .tflw CoiitrlRht.ltW hy 'KUN A.N.KcIIorrNim.i rpapcrCo. HARBEfl SVKOP3IS. Mir.ctd Hondrlclcs. Great detective, Just returned from Boston, (In da uvvalllng iilm an unsigned tyiiowrlttcn letter directing Jilm to apartments In Palace hotel, where Jie will And remain of Mr. U'eldon Caruth rrs currently reported for past two weclts to be out of town. Detective Noems to con nect letter with attempt made on his own life coma time previous. Goes with friend, Dr. l.amplcln, to Investigate. Upon search of Caruthrs' apartments remains of cre mated body and Jeweled hand of victim are found In n vae. Hand bears marks of tlnser nails manicured to sharp points. Irftmpkln recalls reports of a row between Caruthers and Arthur Glelow. both suitors for hand of Dorothy Huntington, wttio Is heiress to several millions should she marry Caruthers, unconditionally In case of Car tune...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 September 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKItM, r-ihllihrr. NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. AN AUTUMNAL REVERIE. Just nn humble, plain-faced woman, Mlddlo-agcd nnd somewhat rny; True nnd wholcsome-llko and human Kind o' Krnvo nnd kind o' Kray. Mnkon mo think o' early autumn, Ontpos a-purplln' on tho vlnr, "Whuro tho first faint frost tins cniiRlit 'em, Caught nnd kissed 'cm Into wine. Dcop-volcod boys now call hor "mothor" Unhy hoys Hint's Krown to ho, Uy soino limbic trick or other, In a year ns tall ns sho; Girls Unit yesterday was clliiKln' To hor skirts, I've scon o' lato With tho neighbor boys a-HwIiiKln' At tho roso-wrcathed garden Kate. Whllo across hor brow Time's flnKor Writes the plainer talcs o' truth. In hor heart there still must linger All iho llowory dreams o youth. Klolds nro sweol with bloomy clover, Llfo Is crowned with blissful Joys; Love's pure Kold she's colnln' over In her happy Klrls and buys. Hoe ms as thntiKh tho cup Kate brings ut Is a sort o' blttcr'Swcnt, Kind o' soothes nn' k...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 September 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER j W. yV. HANDKItH, l'uhllther. NEMAHA, NI3MIASKA. AN AUTUMNAL REVERIE. Just nn humhlo, plain-faced woman, Mlridlo-ngod nnd somewhat grny; Trim find wholcsome-llko nnt) human Kind o' grave nnd kind o' Kmy. Makes mo think o early autumn, Grupos-u.purplln' on tho vlnr, WhoriMho first faint, frost 1ms caught Hi, Caught nnd klRMcd 'um Into wine. . Doop-volceil boys now call hop "mothor" Ruby boys Hint's grown to die, JJy boiiio magic trick or othur, 0 In ft 'year nn tail as una; Girls tluit yesterday was c"llngln To hor skirts, I've seen o'lat With tho neighbor boys a-swlngln' At tho roso-wrcuthed garden gate. -, Wlilln across her brow Time's finger Writes the plainer talcs o' truth. In hor heart there still must linger All the flowery dreams o' youth. Field h are sweet with bloomy clover, Life. Is crowned with blissful Joyi; Love's pure gold sho's colnln' over In hor happy girls and boys. Heems as though tho cup Kate brings us Is a sort o' bitter-sweet, Kind o' s...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 September 1899

T t i .. . :i '-i 'T tattfv-4-t'i-)"--"--Bf"4--"t.f)B"4B44ti HANDY CHICKEN ROOST. ArrntiKcil Si Tlint They Cnn lie Ivet Duwii' When the limine In Ilclnjf Clenncd. In ninny poultry houses the manner In which the roosts nrc placed in posi tion is u source of annoyance when time comes to clean out the house. Jn order to avoid the diillculty of getting- nrouuu under the roosts, b, thcyhould be placed crosswise on n frame made of about two by four-inch material, six SWINGING HOOST. feet wide mnd nearly .as long as tbcj building in Which they wre to be placed Hang the frame, a, ntnc side to the' wall by benvy strap ur T-hingcs ami support ithe other iidc by props, 3, placed under it or a icouple of piece of stout 'wire rope, c, hung from tbc roof. Tbc roosts cunhen be let do win out of t!he way whcnithe house is 1k ing cleaned and they alao can be scrapnd off and washed with lime, either with a brush or spray pump. If both hotline and roosts are whitewashed frequent ly the Jilth will be l...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 September 1899

T i- l "A . xtlVt&'jL? HANDY CHICKEN ROOST. ArrnnKCil So, Tlint Tliey Cnn lie "Let l)uw(i When Jlic IIoiihc In Ilclnie Clcnnetl. . In ninny poultry houses the intiRucr In whlqji tlic roosts nre plnccd in -position is u source o0 annoyance when time comes to clean out the house. In order to avoid this dlfllculty of getting around under the roosts, h, thcyahould be placed crosswise on a frame made of about two by four-inch material, six swinging noosT. -feet wide, mnd nearly .as long us tbcj building in which they uire to be placed. Hang the frame, a, utnine side to tbel wall by beavy strap or T-hinges and support the other side by props, 3, placed under it or a icouplu of plcees of stout 'wire rope, c, hung from the roof. The roosts cun3ien be letdowni out of the way whcnithe house is Imj ing cleaned and they also can be scrapnd oft nnd washed with lime, oither with a brush or spray iump. Jf both houiee and roosts are whitewashed frequent ly the iilth will be lepsened. A spray pu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 September 1899

1 "HB"HHH"HI"HI,aMmHHMHMHMiHBHH DRASTIC LAWS SUGGESTED. RESULT MAY BE SERIOUS. i.j I HI THE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION Air. HrliufTor Tnlln About tltn Iron iwirt Hteol WorkflM Irii4 Not lli'llnvo Trtutit I'rnvmit C'iiliimtUlnn. Washington, Sept. U5. Theodoro Schnlicr, of Pittsburgh, president of tlio Amalgamated Association of Iron and Htdcl Workers; vtm a witness be fore the Industrial coinmittcu Satur day. I!u said that uhout 70 per cent, of tljo iron, steel and tin workers were organ I.cd. After 181M tlio Irgn work ers H'liJTcrcd !i0 per cunt, reduction" f wages, the steel workers 10 per eent. and the tin workers '!! per cent., hut fclnco tlio recent prosperity begun tlio wages have been almost leveled up hy advances. The trade was now more prosperous than it had ever beep, hut the wages Were not quite as high an in l&O'J. Asked uhout trutH, r. SehalTur Htiid hu had uiuch respect for them and lie would not call thdm trusls." 'I'liefr effect thus fur has heen beiiofl clal to the Ir...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 September 1899

f 5 i r W The Heat BInn AVIns. Prize fighting may not be a pleasant sub jcct, but it tenches a lesson nevertheless the inability of man to hold the champion Rhip for any length of time. How unlike that great champion of health, llostetttr's Stomach Hitters, which has. never been beaten, and for fifty ycara has met and con quered the worst cases of constipation, dys Ie)ia, biliousness and liver trouble, bee that a private Revenue Stamp covers the neck of the bottle. Crowded Out. "Crowded out to make room for more in teresting matter," remarked the editor, as he Blioved aside a plate of beans and tackled pie. Ohio State Journal. Doesyourheadache? Palnbackof voureves? Bad taste In your mouth? It's your liver! Ayer's Pills are liver Dills. Thev cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, and all liver complaints. Z5C Ail arugRisis. Want your moutUclio or bourd a beautiful brown or rich black? Then uso nrown or ncu uinctc t anon usu BUCKINGHAM'S DYE vft.& .O I cors 60 CTf. P PgtMrtKTIli ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 September 1899

'"fMMM fWp'""" rmrp: " ' -t'- I'TWiar5!' 5,. ? :! i t .r jqr-7tTtnrffiaBt'.ii.Tir.i,j)iMiiJm I tjj-u uminniK iiiWi,jjjjMtiuirtiwjiiiiiim,MJPjJaw 1 . r - ST IplS WHlRfAU. LlSl r AI18. Ef gl ltt tkmi'U h)rup. TnMua Ooml. Oil pj E2j In llnm. KrCl3 1)T 1riiKl"t; fl . i ii I rU. V.. W. KlSIiLlNQ, NlCMAIlA ClTV, NniiltAICA. Olllco nt (lie droit store. W. W. SANDERS, Notary i - : Public Nomaliu City, Nob PLASTERER Armo mitl Acntlto worlc ii Hprclitlly. ('! prim Im.IIi. I'npur UiiiikIuk. Kiilfiimluliiu Ii hI Wltuwnslil.iK iliinu. Low prljui, All fork wnrraiitiul. The Nebraska Advertiser W. IV, fi.l.VIWUN, Publiihtr, SUilhOItlPTION, - 81.01) I'KK YIJAll tf III DAY, SHIT. 21), J81I). Kerlccr & Hoover, Dealer In MC J3 -A- ? uz Hlnli"M prlcoH paid for lililetH, lard, tnilov. K.wio, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEIJUASKA. J. IT. SELD, llreotlor tf Jhoroughbrecl Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, - - NEBRASK "Tote" HendiTrion, well known to ti great many of our citiyuiH, died lit his residence near Stella Sept. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 October 1899

rWQfWT"''' "W'WlWIfitWV, f 5 ' i iu r- ebmzlm Mdvertiser e VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1899. NUMBER Jo tt Eh ii j? H- "1K Xiooal News Eggs, 12j cents per dozen. Old papers for salo nt this olllce. T. A. Monday. Clark returned to Roca Gasoline at Keeling's drugstore, centa per gallon. 20 Go to Heeling's drug aioro for school supplies, tablets, crayons, etc Congressman Burkett is very sick at his homo in Lincoln, with appendicitis. Mrs. Alice A. Minick, of Brownville attendod Mr. Gilbert's funeral Tues day. Charley Burns, who has bean at Beatrice for some time, returned home Monday, II. J. Tussey orders The Advertiser snt to his sou, Fred Tussey, of Man ningr, Utah Mrs. II. H. Taylor drove up from Sbubert Tuesday to attend the funeral ( 8. Gilbert. Mrs. Wm. Moore, of Stella, visited her sister, Mrs. Seymour Howe, several days this week. Call in and see us if you want to subscribe for any paper published in the United States. For Sale Two good colts; one a two-year...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 October 1899

fl II ' K J m. r W I r ? i.1 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANIJKftx, I'ulilUliiir. NEMAHA, NKWIASICA. siaaD&, CS O" 'C -' &r S m X AFFABB? ny VILL fliitn-rltrlil. IM liv H. 1 M t,.M... MinnihAtirHn IIAnnF.TI $L -iW vsiiiSa 's,'&s,i'"-'S',s"." SYNOPSIS. Mlnanl Itonilrlcloi, ureal detective, Just rvturncil from Iloaton, IIihI.h uwnltlnn him ii n unsigned typewritten letter ill root I in; lilm to iipartmciitH in l'nliico hotel, wliuro Jin will llnil reiri(liiHor.Mr Welrton Cnruih crs currently reported for pant two wcclm to bo out of towti Detective seems to con nect letter with attempt iniulo on IiIm own life. Homu lime pruvlotiH Uouh with friend, Dr. Lain iik I n, to luvcxtlK'ite Upon search of Carutliei'H' apartnientii remains of cro mated liody and Jeweled hand of victim are found In a vase Hand heni'H murks of IliiKor nulls manicured to Hharp polntu. Jj.'uiipkln recalls reports, of a row letween Cnruthorn and Arthur Olelow, both nullorii for hand of Dorothy HiintltiKt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 October 1899

"ft . t , W- . . "' t :v -t A MASSACRE FEARED ,An Outlaiidcr Thinks the Boers ' o Will Blo.w Up Johannesburg. SOME 1'IlflITIXG IS EXPECTED SOOX. 2llno Ilorr tlorniniln In Command of the. Tratmviml CoIiiiiiiih lilcorotl Cetnor nlilt Oior DUpiitt'lit-H Kriigor lVfuhe IIIm Troopt (iodtpreil. "London, Oct. .'I. The jjutpor that "fighting had already com mo need seems to havo originated at the Woolwich arsenal.' 'Matters are at' if standstill mid practically 110 dispatches from South Africa have, been received .this jtuoruing. No con Urination is obtaina ble from any source of the report con tained in a dispatch to the lS.xchnnge Telegraph company that th0 Doers have, captured Dundee. A letter from an outlander received in Birmingham was published yester day. If it reflects the general feeling of the British residents in Johannes burg, they must be in an awful funk. The writer says: "If it conies to a light, I believe the Boers will make a masiacre of it, blow Johannesburg to nits and sh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 October 1899

J 'J1 1- Fl THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. HANOlCltS, fnttllilior. NEMAHA, NEMtASKA, THE EMPTY NEST. Tho nest Is onlt)ty on the bough, Tho mother bird Is sad; X hour her softly calling now Tim younglings thai sho had; I 8(o tier Mttlng all utono Where once thoy gave luir oheer: Her precious little ones have down ' And left her mourning hero. And you, my llttlo one, some day WIH cuaso to need my rnre, And, with tlio birds that (low away, . Kind Joy some otherwheres Tho halls through which your laughter rings Will all bo HUM and Hho. Hhalt claim the precious love thut brings My jiroscnt Joys to mo. nut wo shnll havp our vengeance, too Tho mother bird and J When younglings that nre dear to yon Get old enough to fly I Then you shall come to understand My love e'en as I know What their love wns who tolled and planned And loit m, long ago, a. JO. Klsor, In Chicago Times-Herald. The Value of a Tip 3 By Konnoth F. Harrio. n ijIPISKSR? TUH editor of the "Weekly Monetary iiiHt r'lscnl Clitett...

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