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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 November 1899

j-vrnt t ,S jrm-'giipx Ytmm' ;. ehmska Ui - Y Isa" i i f. :: VOLUM-li XMV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, HUDAY, N0V1 XUVAl 3, 1890. NUMUEll J K0ifffft poA&; r&MKBmWUM imW tmnfanam Ji "$ I' A JLocaL JSTeArs Fruity weather. Election next- Tuesday. Old Mprta for mile at this olttcc. U. N Titus tetiuiied Mtjiiduy, iu(U Omaha Gasoline t Keeling'd drugstoto. ao weatu pei BiiUoti . Prof. Hartley, of Uolokow, Mo., ia visiting Dr. Galtuer Tho boys did not do uuy uilsclilef Hallowe'en in Nemaha. Fied Seiibury went to SliubcrtThurs day to do some plastering. J nle Shack la carrying one baud itni nllng on account of it felon. Mrs. L. II. Menitt went to Vostn Holiday to visit her parents. Go to Keoliug'3 drug eioie for school impplles, tublolB, crayons, etc. Whooping couph in a mild form pre vails in Nemaha and vicinity. John Webber has leased Harry Mo Cimdless' farm for the next five years. Mrs. Carso is suffering severely from tho effects of the fall dhe received Just week. Miss Eleanor Gnlbrailh c...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 November 1899

P MWn !. t '- V PWy-fP hwb-."v itt mi v . "? Is fci THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IV. W. HANIIKIlS I'tlblUhiT. NEMAHA. - - NKHRASKA. TOPICS OF TltE DAY. I'ny of Two Hpiip Admiral, Tho iiKslpninunt of Hear Admiral ttampson to tho Jiohtou navy yard will nut him u total of S7.705 pur annum, cdtinLinij shore duty pay and ullow nncon. Admiral .Schley at hen, without perqulfdtcH, will receive 87, BOO. Kvcrylmily In Amttrhi Drink. Tliu .Society of Total Abstainers, just formed In Vienna, is tliu llrnt ever es tablished in Austria. An Austrian baby bctrlns to sip beer at this iijro of threo months, ami, art It prows up, learns to consume the liquor in ever inereasiiitf quantity until, when a full grown man, ho eun drink it by the gallon. Tint Uponr I.li iinooth. Men exposed to tliu rigors of tho Alaskan winter never wear mustaohcH. They wear full beards to protect their throats and faces, but hoop their up per lips clean-shaven. The moisture from the breath congeals ho rapidly that a mustache bec...

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. — 3 November 1899

SifWpJWWIJH 'tmmnfij&w ;t w(iYtm3l'mwmv$mi, ?WW PVPI'W "'pp1"" ?&?' ww' "I",?r;,"ia!ET"? T 'THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. BAN UK US rubtlihnr. NEMAHA, - - - - NEBRASKA. DIRGE FOR A SOLDIER. In tlui cast the morning comes, Jlcar tie rolling of the drums On the hjll. But the heart that boat as they beat In the battle's raging day heat Uctll Htlll. Unto him tho night has come, Though they roll the morning drum. What l.s In tho bugle's blast? ".It Is: "Victory at last! Now for rest." "lint, my comrades, come behold him Where our colors now enfold htm, And his breast "Hares no more to meet tho blade, llut lies covered In tho shade. "What a stir there Is to-day! 'They are lnylng him away Where ho fell. ' There the Hag goes draped beforo him: Now they pllo the grave sod o'er him With a knelt. And ho answers to his name In the hlghor ranks of fame. 'There's n woman left to mourn l"or the child that she has borne In travail. Tint her heart beats high and higher, "With a patriot mothe...

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. — 3 November 1899

i mtttmmt0 - jtt -.-.-- Me N Pi THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDJCKS l'iililllir. NEMAHA, - - NRWtASKA. A WOMAN'S PROBLEMS. When lironkfnat things tiro clcniuu awny Tlio fHimo old prohlotn's rMvtf, For nlio iiKiiln nits down to thjnk Of HomctlilnK appetizing Tim dinner alio tnunt noon prepare, Or Blyo tlili rook directions, And finjnt l the Tollef alio feeli When who linn mndo sulectlons. When dinner tlilnKS nrc olcnred nwny Tlio problem tlmt Li upper Is Just tin! siuno, with ono word chanced "What cnn I et for supper?" Sim wants to lvo them HoinuthlnK now, And Ioiir In inedltatlnn Till rhaluu 1 mndo, and then begins Tlio work of tpoparatlon. When supper things arc cleared away Aaln lior mind Is wonjed, For thon sin- thinks of breakfast time, Whun meals aro often hurried. Sho ponders o'er It long until Tlio uestlon Is decided, Then unities 'round till she makes auro That everything's provided. Three- times each day, week In, week out, This problem hu Is meeting, And often she Is s...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 November 1899

A M y&, tehX !: f r r THE WAR IN AFEICA. It Was Forc2d Upon the Boers by Secretary Chamberlain. Cnlitnufil Itlplury of tlie Uvontr. AVIilch Lett tit (he I'ltliniitiiiii of l'rcnlilunt Knitter 12iib- IhhiI'm iKiioltlu l'urt. tSpeclal Correspondence Now that a statu of actual war exists between the South African republic and Great Britain it behooves the peo ple of other nations to review dispas sionately tin; causes which led up to the eonlliot. Whatever one's personal prejudices may. be, it is always well to look upon "both sides of a great historical ques tion; and in this instunce-thc impartial observer be ho American' or English man is compelled to admit that (he 3ioers were forecd into beginning h'os tilitiOs by the hypocritical and unfair policy of Joseph Chamberlain, British secretary for the colonies, Into whose Lands the Salisbury government placed the settlement of the Transvaal dilll culty. The original complaint, of which the present war is the result, was the ul lcge...

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

:.-- T IT WAS NOT A GIFT. THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. FOR A PACIFIC CABLE. IJ fit ' ray. H: M r NOT A CIIEEKFUL VIEW- JClie, Chicago Ti Union I'rlnl Nummary of IVIuit Mil Menu AocoiiiiIIhIi)cI lltir- Iiik tlin Campaign. Chicago, Out. 150. The Chicago Trlb tniu prints a summary of the situation in tliu Philippine islands. Tho letter is ftom the Tribune's Manila corre spondent, Richard II. Little, and la dated Manila, September 11, morothan ti month ngo. Tliu loiter follows: Hero nro some IlKiircs inadu 7V4 months after ourcutnpnlKiiln tho Island Ijpkiiii Sny It Im rl Miles to AtiiiclrH-ualiolil jwsM'islonof thorull ifiiul upl thnt point. Wo rnn fiilrly tnUo pos session of tlioliiml nlinlf-tnllo on encli side of tho trneK. Wo linvo iiossosslon of the trillion roiid and, lot us sny, n linlf-iiifln on oath hIiIo from 8 n Fernando throtiKh Hncolor to.Siintii Itllii. cIkIH miles, with four miles to Guano. Wo liuva ii rond from MnloloH to llnlltiuiriiK, l( miles northeast. Wo can clulni II Mjuaro m...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 November 1899

r Y 4 r DAY TO GIVE THANKS. President MoKlntor br l'rix'lmnnttoA jUrn Tliurndny, November 30, nit 'tha Time for Gonnrnl ObnorTimcn. ' "Washington, Oct. 20. Tho president yestcrdny Issued tho following Thank v (jiving procltunntfon: A national custom, dear to tho hearts of tho people, calls for the settlni npslrt of ouo day In each year us a occasion of special thanlti;lvlng to AlmlpUty dod for tho hlcssltiKS of tho pre ceding year. This honored obwrvnnco no (julrcswlth time a tender ttlRnlllcance. It en riches domestic life. It summons under the family roof tho absent children to glad reunion with thoso they love. Seldom has this nation had greater cnuso for profound thatiUsKlvInf?. No great pestilence lias Invaded our shores. Liberal employment waits upon labor,- Abundant crops havo re warded the husbandman. Increased coMferts have como to tho home. Tho national Um.nccs novo been strengthened, and publlo efjd't has been nustalncd and mado Urmcr. u nll'itritichca of Industry nnd tra...

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. — 3 November 1899

'XWlKrWMarJIIilPl WMXfZ&2SPZZXZ'2XXr ' RWflP! fflp1 WUi"'. v-'yTwi.g6'wiwyT. A .'lit I .( ' Mick iih Tin'' n l.lit nnd Ih fltnylnm rlht wlltf ua. Friday morning the thorjnonietor wiia. wily 14 dcicm fibovo '.uto, 'KV J. A. Dirks, will iqnh iib good h county clerk utt Nutiiatia county over liatl. If lu In elected you will not havo to lilru tin expert to read the rec ords made In tli clerk'n office. No one rjuoHtlorm hla honesty or his abili ty. Vote for him. Albert fillmoro bus mude bo good an . official and litis nerved the pooplo ho of flclently that the (J ranger not only ad . inlts IiIh reelection hut says ho will bo called up higher and &;tvon a hotter of fice when hit uecond term an uititrict clerk explren. The (j ranger evidently think the people will reward faithful Hcrvico--and they will in tlila cuho. . A fow figures tuken fioui the court records. of Hevoral couutlce in this ju'di clul district show that tuo'prpae.nt judgeBj Stull and Letton-, have been 1'ulthful an...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 November 1899

W WW-I'M' I"l w'TW 'irt X VOLUME XLLV. NEMAHA, KEBJiASKA, Fill DAY; NOVEMBER 17, IS99. NUMU13H.2I tm . wwwii uww w V Cs? r lootiL JM ewa WW'WpOUHlWrfWIW IPIW See UUI A Keeling for tin Insurance MUw Annie Morton went to Bracken ThulMlny. awlft MoC.uidless Wednesday. went to Omaha Jimmy .Touts ami Master Elmer vis ited Auburn Mundtj. Hurry McCandless tdilpprd a car of hogs to Nebraska City Tuesday. Co to Keeling' drug siioio for Hohool 8 luplles, tablets, crayons, eic. Hill & Keeling wrlto both fnrrn and city inuurauco and will save you money The AdvorllBor nml Globe Democrat both only 31.00. tho St. Louis one year for Chop feed 70 cents per 100; bran and shorts 00 cents per 100 ; at Iloovor's grocery store. TCev. J. M. Darby was down from Brownville Wednesday, calling on tho church members. Call in and oeo us if you want to subscriba for any paper published in the United States. Mrs. E. A. Miuick, who has been visiting at Johnson for soine time, re turned home Monday. Miss Vevu C...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 November 1899

fl V, W. HANIIICIt, I'iiIiIUIiit. NEMAHA, N'KIIKASICA. yXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX4- e NOVEMBER 1899. b II sun. Mon. 6 ?3 20 27 Tuq. 7 J4 21 28 Wod. 1 Thur 2 9 6 23 30 Sat. 4 n J8 25 1- 3 10 17 H I- t t- It- It It It J 19 26 8 15 22 29 24 TTtfT'i'TtTTTfTTTTfTtfrr'l TOPICS OF THE DAY. Wo Should All Ktuiu'. Sometimes It, takes us a lifetime to lefini that after all we urn our own best frleinl and nlmi our own worst enemy. I,nt lly lilnlKnitloii. , Tn tho years between l.HJI'J anil 18(U Kiitrlitml iost H. 000,000 of its popula tion by emigration, (lermany lost 5, OOO.OOo'bctween HVi and IV.il. Mum Wltim Tlnwi llittl I-hIiI. Tins sultan's wlvos uro divided into tbreo classes, live of the first, !)l of the hccoml anil U.".() of the third, lie has more wives of onoh elass than he has battleships. ('iiniiiikioh in iiiti riiiiipin. Sinee the first arrival of our troops in the I'lillipplnes the oflleial list of easualtles to October Mil was .'Mil killed, lll'.l died of wounds and Heeldeuls, 1, 7H...

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. — 17 November 1899

ynwtww. -it; nrifjnjf iifijp, i- v nmnintfinwrmwi THE MEBBASKA ADVERTISEB 4V. IV. 8ANIJKIt, l'ulill.tier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE ANOIENT SEMINARY MAID- Tar xramlma Fays thnt Ions oro, Wlicii she was Imt a little lass. A seminary, .omme II fnut, lteeclveil her In lt lowest class. She learned to curtsy, smile and pout, To paint, embroider and crochet, To renl such hooks us were devout And sinj; in true Italian wuy. Her little -.hoes hail papor soles: She lenvned to cultivate a cough: And In her favorite hooks and roles Consumption took the ludy off. She never exercised for fear 'Twould tliiKe her cheeks u vulgar red; Hut made a hectic Hush appear Uy oln Mipperlcss to bed. Sho IaiiRhs at " 'oIorIps" and art, Ami sneers at maids of brawn and brains: Sho says they spoil a woman's heart,' And frlRhten eligible swains. Sho marie a helpful wife and true To wrandpa, through both weal and woe; Uut thun. as I am told, he knew No moro than she did long ago. Margherlta Arllna llainm, In Saturday ...

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. — 17 November 1899

sw f THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ! W W. W. HANDKHS l'nblUIier. mm m m NEMAHA, NIJHIIASKA. PATIENCE. I put lior letter liy, because With (ItrnrnliiK y . ' amis must pause To fashion somewhat of her smile. Kroin memory, u little while; To fool (iKfiln the Kontlo touch Thiil iiinilu me vvunilur ovormiich If finch n soft enres of IoVh Wore, not for ransomed onen nhove, Jnstenil of for my rnithly hllsw This handclasp sweeter tlinn ti Urns, I put hni letter by n hit To iniiiu and murvel over It Ah Homethlnn raro beyond tho Icon Of common thought and mortal men: An HomothltiK that tho tender yenrH llavo traced with not uiiariitdfut tcnrH, A sweet Kood-hy, It Is, to say "Hho'll moot mo later In the ilny." And HtlU I wait I And mill I waltl The years have gonci thn day 1 late! A shrine of myrtle for he r iltisl A letter jollowed with thoiust Or tears a prayer to understand Her mIk'UiI from tho peaceful land, 1 put her letler by! I know Its piotnlHt' will bo kept, and, ho, ThroiiKh misty eyes my ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 November 1899

y A tflh-rr . - '''-"Tt Jl A fl J. 3P J lflVWrT UMk U VEl 5) Wn m hTOM :vcTBW -vfcKWr 5A. STORAGE OF APPLES. Moimtlliip; Cp mill Covering vrltn Knrtli, Tli In Writer Says, 1m the .liit NiitlNfnctory .tlellioil. Now t hut there is u generous crop of atpples in some localities this year, he general query arises how to winter tliein in tin best manner.. We have fount! no way that answers the require ments of the majority of farmers so w'cll as to mound them up and cover with earth. P.y this method tl: r- apple retains or rather secures a flat or far superior to that of apples kept in the cellar. It is therefore quite desirable to bury them tip with earth, only re moving them to the cellar as they are required for use. The proper method of mounding in winter apples is better explained in the .illustration. A box fh-e fcitt long i SKCTIONAL. VIEW OP Fill IT JIOI'ND. (A, Apples- S. Straw: 12, Karth. W, Ven tilating llox or Shaft.) nailed up from two by six-inch boards and perforated us sh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 November 1899

EF.KOTIQN RKTDRNS. Btcpta'blican Plutality in OhioLnrgci Ti?.iii Was Given McICinlcy. tMrhrakSra. Curried hy I'imIoiiIhIx hy Ovnr lUOIlKenttieUy Im (Jliiliimil hy Until Auutti Mil ry html Doinorriillo Niiwr York hiiiI Nim Jimmy Itepiihtlntu. lmi.Hvillc, My., Nov. I).- No mutter .vlutf.remilt thu fueo of tliu n'tiirns of XieJ.'iy'8 election show, a contest 1h wrv likely to occur. Additional ris form received lust night f:0n Limits d) (ilto.v wspiihilcun gains, and, basing an otimaUs upon 'he norninl complexion of die prccinrts still unreported, indl oti'.a plurality of 0,000 or H.000 for V. Si Taylor for governor. The belated jrfwrnH nrc mostly from montiliiin t,uiunt.lcs which lira strong ly republican. Tlnr. Tochel people cling to their claim ifn.iltu'ullly of 5,000 lu the state, these IFrtvrv.s wing tlits vHtlmiile made ly the km-kuhvc; nlniHclf lust night. JVa'li rinrullty I Omr nil.OIK). .V-i umbos, ()., Nov. D. In 57 conn .;. IS'iuiIi (rc ) linn 8 ,:()!) over McLean (Uiii.). (i...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 November 1899

.."W'H "wfT1 ' f i; r A .Struck It Itlpr. Henry A. Salzer, Manager of the John A. fc'nlzcr Seed Co., La Crosse. Wis., also President of thcJclnho (Jolcl Coin Mining and Milling Co., is in luck. 'They have recently struck a wonderful deposit of gold on their properties. As r. result the stock of the Mold Coin Co. has doubled in value. Many of the patrons of the John A. galzer Seed Co. are owners of Gold Coin Stock. The mines are located in the Seven Devil District, Idaho. Perfect Co n II ilv n cc. Perfect confidence i3 desirable between couples engaged to be married, hut it is not always that the young woman has ns fine an opp6itunity lo establish it- as did n Nor rotown belle, to whom a wealthy bachelor had been paying assiduous attention. After worrying her u good deal about how many young men had neen in love with Iter, and how many she hud been attached to, lie ashed her to marry him, adding: "Now let there be perfect confidence be tween ub. Keep nothing concealed from me." "Cert...

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. — 17 November 1899

r i mDK Bt lw VjMM; liUHLS WMlHt ALL ILSt (AILS. tlent ('ninth Hyrup. TnoH'H UtHiil. III tlmi' M liv ilrtntiill gsEMca l3utIIflfflH ' Uoo l?l ' iHEGMCJi Th3 Nebraska Advertiser r AN. -J rH. W. W. KtitiLl.NO, NlCMAtlA Citv, Nkiikaica, OOlcc itt (lie (It u Htoro. Notary W. W. SANDERS, ary : - : Pul Nfliuaba City, Nob PLASTERER Arum find Aititlto work n Hpi'olnUy. UIm. 'nm Imllt. 1'nrnT UniiKltiR, KnUomlnltiK hud Wltow1u.l1l.115 ilono. Iw prices, All lork wnrriiiitoil. Kerker & Hoover, PKiiior li TS IIWIichI. prlccH piilit for IiIiIoh, lnrd, tnilow Kiniq. He' NEMAHA CITY. NKMIASKA I, M. H.I.YItUIH, I'utiUtliir. SUIlSOltll'TlOtf, - 81.50 I'KIt VKAIl HtlDAY, NOV. 17, 1800. QUI papers for sale at this olllco. District court Is in session ut Auburn with Jtido Sttill preHlditig. J. XL SJiJLD, Hroerier of Thoroughbred Poland China IT O G S . NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA TJ10S. W. IIIATI1, proprlidor ofllm Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBFl. Good Dray in Oonnootion with Livery flood tIk nml p...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 November 1899

rr " m?-i ".' i 't jpipijjjf .' T (, - f f; r VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, .1899. NUMBER n Trio 1L " ) as? i 1 JLocaL .News A little muddy, Eggi lu c-nts; butter lOcentH Next Thnrsda is Thanksgiving. See Hill & Keeling for lire Insurance tlloomy weutliur Beveral duys this week. Only ft little over four weeks tlj Christmas. Miss May Guilder visited Auburn Wednesday. Uu cholera Is raging In many places in l lie couuty. Harry Nlchollscamein from Pawnee City Thursday. O car Djvorss was an Auburn visi itur Wednesday. Sam Anderson paid the county Beat a visit Thursday. Sam Anderson is getting in fancy goods for the holidays. Go to Keeling'3 drug store for school Buppltes, tablets, crayons, etc. Blank deeds, chattel mortgages, farm . leases, etc., for sale at this ofllce. C. M. Kauffman, of Brownville, has been granted a pension of $10 a month. Hill & Keeling write both farm and city insurance and will save you money The first car load of lumber for the new lu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 November 1899

Ksm-am 93Q9flBFiP3H9flHflHHPK9aH7'n'vp mnvmr r -, XfiWHWH , " :V zyim!'1?' fl K THE MEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. HANIMSItx, I'liblUlinr. NBMAlfA, -,---. NK1IUASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Nol Count InK Mitnlln nml Sun tin en. , Thoro wero 17U ocean dlmtfiterH in the year 18119, not counting tliosu in which Montojo and CVrvoni took purl, Tim TnnnnU of tlin Wurlil, If nil the tunnolH of tho world wero placed eiiil to end thoy would reach n diHtancc of fill mllon. They, inmihcr nbout 1,11'J. (Mil lltmliitiid mill Yiinni; Wlfit. A youiitf Michigan wife 1h accused of feeding In her o'ctotfonurlnri hunlmntl ground fjhiHS as a niuatiH of k'ottlntf at his hank account. llliliiilitr Will" I In iMtit. A HttlTulo man Ih under arrest for whipping Ills hl.ster, having iniHtalccn her for bin wife, Wonders-will happen in thu best regulated families. I'npilliitloti of tlio Wurlil. Tho ublcst KtutlntielntiH cNtlmate the present population of thu world at 1,- fiUO.UUO.OOO, which Ih an ineroaso of about '20,...

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. — 24 November 1899

4 "V DEMORALIZE THE IIT3URGEH T3 Onn Voting' Kuplii Advance u Surprise to t HntieU of Xoitlicrn Liuiiti Wiirilrobo , of AkuIiiiiII('m Wife Captured. . Manila, Nov. 17. Itoports have been received lurc from Gen. Young, dated Iluinlngnm, Wednesday. Jlumlngam is about !I0 miles oast of Sun Fabian. Gen. Young" is supposed to huvo ad vanced considerably further toward .'San Fubian. A correspondent of tho Associated press telegraphs an account of the rapid pace with which Gen. Young covered the road with his cav alry. Tho Macabbo scouts completely surprised and demoralized the Insur gents uround the low country. A mes senger and reinforcements who were captured say no town from Sun Jose to San Nicolas expected tho arrival of tho Americans until a day or two after thoy actually arrived. Agulnnldo and his government aro said to bo making desperate efforts to escape to Uayombong. All the infor mation hero is that he Is still In tho low country. Lieut. .Johnston, with troop M, Third cavalry, ...

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. — 24 November 1899

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Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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