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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 November 1899

? imw '- 7 r1." VW ?-Tr 1 TT-IV NS r 411 i t W Pi 7&E rL fe riNjr N l't'HITAN Nciv Knglnnd ii year had paSSlll nvvuy, Since first beside ttic Plymouth roust the Kngllsh Muyilovvcr lay, When Ilrnilfonl, Uie good govornqr, pent fowlers forth . to snare The turkey a lid the wild fowl, to Increase the scanty fare: "Our husbandry hath prospered, there Is corn enough for food, Th'ough 'Lite pease ho parched In blossom, and the grain Indifferent good.' Who blessed the loaves nnd fishes for the feast miraculous, And tilled with oil the widow's cruse, lie lmtli remembered us! "Give thanks unto the Iord of Hosts, by whom wo all aro fed, Who granted us our dally prayer: 'Give us our ilnlly lirendl' TJy uh and by our children let thin day bo kept for aye. In memory of Ills bounty, nq the land's Thanksgiving day." Karli brought his share of Indian meal the ploiiH feast to make, With the fat deer from the forest and the wild-fowl from the brake. And chautrd hymn and prayer were raised though ...

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. — 24 November 1899

I.;, AMERICAN .RAILWAYS As Rclntsd to Commercial, Indus trial and Agricultural Interests. 1'rrncnt PitIimI Hlylcil Hi"- Ar or TrjiiiNporltitliiii KoitIbii Uiiuii irlcn IliijInUr Our I.iU'iiiiiiiIUi'h lCVI'lllIllll'lll of 1 III" W'vhI. "One of oifr great writers fi'irsfciiid of Oils olojJng period if the nineteenth century Hint it l mi age of trnnsporta lion. Transportation undcrjic mute-a-iiil prosperity In every ili:)iirtiiii'iil of commerce. Without transportation commerce would be impossible, 'i hose stales (ind nations me. rich, powerful nnd enlightened whose transportation facilities nri- licfct (mil most extended. The d,v1i)g nations me those with little of no tiuusportution facilities." These Were n part f the opening words of nn address delivered before tlie International Coininerelal congress, recently held In Philadelphia, by George Jl. Daniels, General Passenger Agent of the New York Central &. Hud son Klver railroad, and president of the Aineriean Ashocinlion of Gene...

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. — 24 November 1899

r s n t & . Mrs. Pinkham's Medicine Made a New Woman of Mrs. Kuhn. LETTER TO MRS. riNXHAM MO. 64,492 "DeakMks. Pinkiiam L think it ia Tny duty to write to you expressing my sincere rrrntitmlo for the wonder iul relief I hnvo experienced by the uso of Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Cora pound. I tried different doctors, also different kinds of medicine. I would deel better at times, then would bo as bad as ever. " For eight years I was a great suf ferer. I had falling of the womb and waB in such misery at my monthly periods I could not work but a little before I would have to lie down. Your medicine has made a new woman of mo. J can now work all day and not got tirid. I thank yon for what you haw done for me. I shall always pralso your medicine to all suffering women.' Mns. K. E. Kuiirf, Qehmaho, Ohio. "I havo taken eight bottles of Lydln E. rinkhara's Vegetable Compound and used two packages of your Sana tivo Wash, also some of the Liver Pills, and I can say that your remedies wil...

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. — 24 November 1899

fSfmmmm ffl'ilf' P iiWFP W1 'PWWlllW1 r" "mT m: l'i 4 t I1 1 I f, Warn o " . . " Bib no. . ..-.. ' W O e O K c ? . . bbbbI i H . i, HOW r.n r i.- -, i .i;..r..- s-v . v -. 1 tTTZT , i, . ITT '"ZZLrTTT ' " Z-7- g mi- vr 1. -1-- AJMM.lJf.MM E & I - A.I.t.DoFliient.etMtor of the Journul, &Mm&&mmdMi?kmm Th? Nepras&a Advertiser RM- 71 Dayiiatown,'Ohio, Buffered ior a num. .. TfiP"tUKW wilSrtif lut AilsTrgT Ejlllllf I 111 Hi '' ' . bnr of yenra from rlioumntlam in hi HWSfeSB. "' "'""" -"'-. yIlll 1 1 II 1 R . tgitHhoulderHiid Hide. lie Bays: "My M. afaM i iVrnni'li liiliili'F-fctBl .vv nail Jl UIiISbI ML riKt arm nt timet, wnaentiiely uaulesH. P"n ,fl1 " ,wn '"' ""UT " , BliVll bVVII I tried Chninberlaln'B 1'aln Balm and ' . - I'MDAY, NOV. 21. 18'JO. wan Hiimrlaed to rpofilvu rfilief almost . '.. rtt W. W. KK13MMU, NKMAHA OtTY, NlillllAKA. Odlcoat tluuiniR Htorc. W. W. SATJDEftS, Notary Noxnixliti City, Nob JFKVM SKJBBVRY PLASTERER Armu nuil AKitlt work it Hjiucliilly ...

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. — 1 December 1899

:r ; Wfflt IL4& &i a Vs5 VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, Fill DAY, DECEMBER I, 1899. MJMKEK-23 .Local News Flue weather. fee Hill & Keeling for Are itiaunt CO George iSwopo Kittell form. litis moved oti tho John Kinnoy moved eduesdtty. tu Br'ownvlllo N. H. Cutlln Wednesday. wiu down from Peru The schools took u day mid Filduy. vacutiou Thura- Harry Nieholls retuiued to ifawueo (Jny lust Saturday. He v. J. M. Dui by the 111 bt of tho week. vialted Beutrico Mrs. D. A. Morton and Misa. Dora visited Auburn riuturduy. Go to Keeling' 3 drug aioro for school supplies, tablets, crayons, etc. Blank deeds, chattel mortguges.farm jnsea, etc., for salo at this ollleo. I Mrs It. J. Dull went to Brownvillo l.tal autuiday, returning Monday. Edwatds & Bradford received an other cur load of lumber Tuesday. Hill & Keeling write both farm and city luauraueo and will save you money A. W. Harper shipped a car of c.ittle in m Kausua City to Nemaha Wednes day. Miss Eleanor Galbralth came...

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. — 1 December 1899

ff"" wy iwnniwwwiilwiiin, m , ... , ,. rtlliwinpii, I,,, , ZZ '"LVn:. nrtw .-. v .. T' v ' 3BK3KT a ' . . i ' m R THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. V. HAMIISIti I'llbJUlipr. NEMAHA, NlillRASKA. TOPICS OP THE DAY. . inrmiw of Amrrlriin 1'iiiiilllr. Out of lM.ono.OOO American fnmlllci thcs inconmof . 000,000 of those families is less lliiin Si00 encli per year, mid the IncomcH of nearly 80 per cent, of thu cntlro until ber are Iuhs than Sl,00i) each year. I)oereiin 111 Htlilo Prisoner. New Hampshire's state prison con tains now fewer prisoners than at any time sineo 18IM. Warden Cox says that the prisons all over the country report a decrease, and lie attributes the fact In largo measure to prosperous tluieu. American i:)iirt, ffl ,1100,000 11 lir. In four years the exports' of Ameri can manufactured articles has almost doubled. In 1805, during the first half of thu year, the exports of manufac tures amounted to 8UO,J8'.MM0. For the same length of time in 1800 the ex ports ware 8211,075,004....

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. — 1 December 1899

f."' r votwranM nmMwnmMnn BUENCAM1N0 CAPTURED. OFFERED ENORMOUS INTEREST FOUCIIT WITH BAYONETS. PAID THE BANK'S-DEBTS. LAWTON NEEDS MORE MEN. , m mma The Itralm o( tint I'll I pi no Iimirrfctloiilu AuMirlcuu HiiihIh An . At (.'limit (if How llo Win ('might. lrntiiln, -Nov. 27.-lltione.Tinino, tlio 'brains of the Filipino insurrection, is locked up here in charge of Hrig. Gen. IMward 15. Wiltiston, the provost mar shal. huii Tarlau fell lineiicuniino lied northward with Aguinaltlo's three-year-old .son mid an old lady, supposed to be the mother of Aguinaltlo's confi dential servant, Thomas Muxurmc, and a guard of 100 solders. Reaching the neighborhood of the coast November VA, llucucamiuu found American syl diers on every side and escape impossi ble. Ho he sought refuge in it little Pangasinan villiage, six miles from Mauoag. living in u mean littlu hut belonging to natives, who were luke warm towa-ds the insurrection. On learning his identity, some refu gees brought the news on Nove...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 December 1899

p WT "0 a - v o i . . . , : I !' "P. , fcv By ' vi THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANOKlfi, rubllalinr. NEMAHA, - NI3I1RASICA. THE LADY WITH THE SMILE. ilhull woman vomo to (Jrlve man from Ills plneo, And toll whom liu In laboring to-iluy? Hhull he. nt It'iiKtlr rutlio In illHKrnco Tu ncriili ami cook and clenr t ho platod a way 7 . Ah, whatever tlm result at lust tnay lie, There )t one who Ik In power all the while "Who will never ceuso from MitliiK you and mo Tliu cliarniliiK llltlo woman with tlm Htnllo, Tlm woman may he nohle and her mind May lie a mine of lore withal who ne'er Lots the man who KA7.es at her vlfluno find The xhadow iif a simper linking there, riut, however Kx)d or urucloiiH tJlu; may lie, There's another to ccllpso her all thu while, And thu ohm who conies It over you anil mo In the foolish onu who has thu winning Rinllo. O tlio dlplomntH may lirlriK tin last Irifr ponce, They may Mop thu crtiul wars on land anil sen; Thn hloodnhuil and the tyranny may ceo bo. 'J...

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. — 1 December 1899

I Y IH r Vf ',. !! ' . R &--- w "Kurnel . His Bill Was a Oood One, But It I By M. d H sg-e-e "Very fair, bahvery fair for this sca sou of the j car," saijl, Ktirjiel Hunker, as he drained his glass and set It on the, railing' tf (he veranda. ''VUid now, sah, you want to hear-about what was called " 'Kuril el" Hunker's Purge Hill,' which would have made u paradise of the state of Arkansaw had It become a law. The Mate of Arkansas, hah, as you may have observed, is the natural home pf the. mosquito, the gallinippcr and bev 'ral varieties of llicb. It has been my proud boast, and the proud boast of other prominent residents of the state, that only within the confines of the state does the horse-fly reach a lux uriant extravagance of growth. Here he passes tliu fly-stage at the age of lotir weeks and becomes rather a bird of prey. Here you find the gallinippcr at his best here the mosquito would be able to pull down u young chicken If the summer lasted a month longer. In a way, sah,...

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. — 1 December 1899

1 mm ' ' ' ...... . . t v u pv i fe iv J? LAND Ol)1 TJIIU JiOKIlS. Authentic Iiformation Concerning Its Climate nnd Topography. eiliOV l AVIntrr It A "I riii'oniiiion, Hill flic K li nunc I'm Arc Very Hot t!til(li-ltiiiHlim; I lie Prin cipal Industry. , (Mpnclnl OorrosjOiidiiiice.l TJiu iiuprem-lon that the South Af rican republic and tin- Orange Free State nru tropical countries seems to prevail quite irftiurally. K.ime imaginative newspaper writers have ijoiio so far as to compare the climate of the two eounlrleM with that or Cuba and the West Indies. NolhiiiK could he more inl&lendintf than such r.tnlcincuts. While the climatic con ditions of the district In ipiction arc a TviMCAii nonn pap. .m ran. mot 1y any incariH Ideal, Mill some r.cotloiiR, especially that eallcd the "Hootfc Veldt" (the hiKh Held), which forms the tnajor part of the Transvaal, Ik very healthy. The heat of the r.tini incr in militated by jjrent elevation (in most places 1,0(10 feet above the i,ra level),...

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. — 1 December 1899

T .. w U AFTER MONTANA SHEEP. J i An AmnrirnrfKngtltiti Syndltntn SrenrlnR Option OH til II H11t lUllOlUHHIItl lit Watered I.uiitl.- j:UHn?, lonL, Nov. 27. Represent atives of the American-lihfrllsh tfyndi nCn linyo been in this state all sutinner and full traveling all over the lara sheep-rnisiii,' sections securing optionu on tliu best sheep ranches and best watered land for the purpose of con solidating them into one largo com pany. Already options on nearly 500, 000 head of sheep and 500,000 acres of the finest and most fertile sheep rais ing land in thu state have been ob tained. Thu representatives of thu syndicate in Montana are Col. K. C. Waters and Edward J. Morrison, of Killings, both old experienced and suc cessful Montana sheep men. Ilert Kuiss of New Yorlc, is counsel and or tfaniswr of the company, whteh will 1jo known as the Consolidated Montana Sheep and Lamb company, with a cap ital of SIO.000,000. .EASY FOR BANkTrOBBERS. Till Tlmo nu Inntltiitlnn lit Troy, 111., Is...

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. — 1 December 1899

1 " V ' Tw """p'lPI ilWW,LI "PP'I1 ''"JP"' '" '- '-t-t"' ' ' V mw&Bfr 5 o . . 0 . k v ,. j' SSloutili afci OE CUIUS WHHItAlL iASt Itwt 1'ounh Bjrtip. TfiMiw Ujtl. In timo. Holil lirilrmrIM, Vffl&MMfflutIsi 1)11. W. W. KEELINtL Nkmaiia Crrr, Nkiuiaka. Ollloc at the, drug Blobs. PLASTERER. A'-mii n nit ,i(itU' work u Kjiorliiltv. CIh. .riih Imlli. Ifur 1 1 fi iik "(.; . K'M-oni In liw: h'i'l VIH'wnt-lii.i ilono. "Low nl.os. Al Corlc wjirnintmr. I , Kcrkcr & llobvo.r, ' ' nnulcr'ln - Ilinliost prlocM paid Mr IiIcIcm, Innl, tmlow (J.ltlll) ilc NUMAFIA CITY. NEBRASKA. J. II. SEID, llrooilur of Thoroughbred Polnncl China HOGS. NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA T110S. W. 1IIATT, proprietor or tlio Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in Oonnootion with Livory Good rigs unit prompt narvlco. Ktiiiriiutuud. Satisfaction (l-SIMM NOTIOE TOR HEA.RIN0 CLAIMS. In tliu county court (if Nomiilm oountj, Nob. In lliu uiivltcr of tlio cHiiito of Stnpliou GIN Ivort, (lcci)MHcil. Nolle- U here...

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. — 8 December 1899

-tymr r . -0 V.0LUM13 XLIV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1890. XUMKEr 24 mmmm't i, -- v7rTV' petfaffei M-a v ' 4 KS S3 rai f JLocal jN ews Mf Another light snow lust Sunday, See Ulil & Keulinu for tire liisuratiro Frank Hodges went to VordouTuos tlay. Tom Thompson went to St. Joe last baturday. I. C. Morton visited Johnson lust Saturday. Mrs. Kiu'licl Weddol unci daughter visaed Auburn Thursday. Mrs. Young, mother of Enoch Hane 11 no, is sick with erysipelas. Go to Keeling' drug siote for school (supplies, lahlots, crayons, etc. Jell Drutum received a fine Cornish Indian Uaiue cockerel Tuesday. Blank deeds, chattel niorlgoges.farin leases, etc., for dale at thin office. Harry McCaudless shipped a car load of hogs Im Nebraska City Monday. Joseph It. Yetter, of,&t. Deroln, was in town on business last Saturday. Hill & Keeling write both farm and city insurance and will save you money Job Ilaitli's father and mother re turned to Auburn Friday of last week. Mr. nd Mr...

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. — 8 December 1899

w HWT! ' i hi"' W &. K Bfr I K it. i 3 fc. I' R ,,s- H . THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES IV. W. HANOrilf, I'tilillnlirr. NEMAHA, ...... NBMtASKA'. Jt.JLAAXJ.J.J..g.J.J.XJ.JH..XXJlj.Xj.j.tf DECEMBER 1899. Frl. Sat. P 22 23 29 30 Jj Mod. Tuo. VoiI. Thur. 17 72 13 M 18 19.20 2l 25 26 27 28 ! J i! 17 24 3? TTTT:iFTJJr1' TTlrT'V'i:TT'fi TOPICS OF THE DAY. ICIikJhihI Wim ('itiichl Niiiilni;. l'cir f.cvcrul yeurspiiht the South Afri can republic liu.'t paid out an uvuraije of SO, 000, 000 for war preparations. If Kuland failed to KrasP t'U! "leaning of tliis outlay Its ill)lotnati.sts were caught napping to a .slnulm- decree. Tlilrnt lit IIiiIoiomii to Tim in. There are certain lucky creatures who never feel the patios of thirst, for they are m constituted thut drink is linneccssitry to tlium and they never swallow a drop of water in their lives. Amoni; thcKo animals aru certain tfii zellcsof the far east and the llamas of l'liLiiKUiiiu. All Minted In KiikIuihI. It is a curious fact that the o...

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. — 8 December 1899

T , , -.-i Y fIStOti rtmsnMKMiYitnps) rv A wn iC 'BWBSttiW y fi k Mf K- 'Ml few b gt 2 . . V sy. r--TTMa i i iim ii n ii - Copyright, t'fls. by D. Applcton CIIAl'TKH I. A BOLT FROM Tim UI,Un. "I do not drink with n thief!" D'iSnlrangucs spoke in clear, distinct 'toncn, that rose nbovo the bunt of Voices, and everyone caught the words. In an in stant the room was still. The laughter on nil faces tiled away, leaving them grave; and twenty pairs of curiotis eyes, nnd twenty curious faces, were turned toward us. It was ho midden, ho unexpected, this jnri'ing din cord in our harmony, that it fell as if a holt from a mangonel, or a shot from onu of Messer Novnrro's new guns, had dropped in amongst us. Fven that, 1 take it, would 'have caused less surprise, although for the , present I hero was a truce in the land. Pros- ' t pcro C'nlonna turned half round in his seat nnd looked ut inc. Our host and commander, old Ives d'Alegrcs, who was pouring him Hclf out ii glass of white ernaccia, hel...

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. — 8 December 1899

R. !.. WL . IW . Qmffi rM I IK. ' I," 1h3-NebrRka Advertiser ; w .I.VtffMA, rhtt,hr. t Mjnw:ill'Tln.Nj, J?1..0 I'lClt VICAIt IjlillhU '.I)li(J 8-. rM)l ' I M"T jiOi "W IXlTOrSDHATOEIUTON, ; i;iit- uVutlr lat wefk 'of fX-Sclmtir Tlignias .Wcsloii Ti I tin (it WiiMilKton t'lly. in liild ifi p.m'i,m (Itcpiitclics, adds aiiulhiM; iiliuplt'f .to tho cmly political hiHloiy of XhIiu'Uh mid tt'cnllH ninny HtlnliiK IneidunU In tin! eventful cmcur of tlii'.d'Mii'HMoiJ; utiiMor Tipton uml (trncnil .l"hu M. Tr.iivcr w('U' jjift.llrst lwoUull'(l Slates h'NihUiih finu: Ni'l'ranku. Thuy wero olwlVil m'toii after Ntafchood hud bceji ilttclnrwl. Th-ntiVry orSfimtor 'I'lptoh'a llfo In tllO HMH'j' f 11 IMilll Willi t'OHtt to II fll'lltl la t ho UiiMimI SlaliiH ni'iutlo and wlio, in Hit! HhlftliiK f fortuni', found hlni ' Holf tti, IiIh ilvc.llniiiK ciiih couti'iit to hold mi unimpurliint clerlcHl pupil ioif. - SaiiHtot Tlplnn whh bun. at Cadiz, U . A iiitDHt f, lrJ7. In 1 K l .1 le Hcived oui! li'-i'i...

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. — 8 December 1899

"a nfrpyy WJWJUJS' ' T, t'rsW" -Tfpm T''" "T'W 'V " npiyi 5M"". 1 VVl I 'T K'W VJlfc ' ' 'Is sl ;W mnmawmjtm wwteiwnwww iwi i iw.n Th3 Nebraska Advertiser U U. .j.M Wrt.', rulitinhfr. SUHSOIMl'TION, Sl.'dl I' Kit YUAll vrrvn-r0iir'vyr I'UIDAY, DEC 8. KM'l) Senator Hayward Doad. Untied Stated rimmtor Mont on I.. I In j witrri diftl at Ins Iiuuh; in Ncbnidku City Tuesday, Decetulmr Ct.li, 181)11. lit uuQ it. in. llts liml been iinconbcltiiin nearly twenty four liotus nnd Buffeted no i.tin. llu leu v sa u wilt1, iidmigtiler, .Misa Mtittiu Uiiywiinl, and two sons, Major William liny wind and Dr. Ed waid 11 a j ward. All Lhi members ot tho lauiily wore present wlien he dlod fxcept Dr. Hayward, wlio la a niilltiuy burgeon in Hit) Philippines. aonutor Hayward wab tlrat stricken wiiilo altuiuliim a Modern Woodmen picnic at Urwwnvillo in August. He l.illied from the atiaek but never fully ifuuiued his hfiiUh. November JJ.li lie Had another liitttck anil never afters w.nd loft lna bod. The pl...

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. — 8 December 1899

JTf I ti t AFKA 1 ItS OF STATU. The President Trnnsinitr, His An " nnal Message to Congress. 'Urj-eit nn Kxtciislon or Powers or National llfiiilm mill I'r in for llin Hold Ktiimliitil .Untnllllnii In.Netv Colonl ill Pon.i'Mtlon Iltndt Upon. Wnnltiiiffloit. I l'u. fi. I'renitleiiL M Kinhiy lo-dtty tnincmllU'd tho follow ing niusMifjo' to lliu Mfly-sixth con fn:nH: 'I'o (In) Hcnnlc iihI House of Itupitmcnlntlvc: At thu UiiohIioIiI of yi ur flollbortilli.iis you uru cullfd li inotim ulili otirvnmlr tmii tli(ili:itli of Vffti President llobiut, wlio pamd from llfo on (ho woridii of N. uiuberiill IiiM. Ills good OUl HOW M'HtS III I'tcllllll pOIICO M ptlVlltU lift' wiw pill i' mid eleiiited. while H.s public olreor wiik i'vit dlsl iigidsheil Iiv large cupiiclt.v. . hIjiIm'.ich Ititcrrltv. mill exulted uiollirM. Ilu ' tins In en icinovid from thohUhouicu which lio Honored Iiml dimmed lut bin lotty chuvuetor, llin devotion M iluty, Ills honoslV of purpose. unil inihlo tlitnes remain wltli ...

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. — 8 December 1899

:.T i " .! .. ! i ; Ten days Inter An order of tho Insurccnt coy crnmont was Issued to If, adherents who had rcrgalnwt In Manila, of which Gen. Otis Justly observes that "for barbarous Intent It Is un oqimled In modorn times." It directs that at elKhto clock on -the nljmt of tho ah oP Febru ary tho territorial nillltln shall eomo toKcthor Jti tho hi reels of San l'cdro, nrmed with their iwlos, with Runs nnd ammunition, w hero con venient; that Klllplno fnmllle.s only shall be ro-spccicd- bat that all other Individual, of what ever raco they mny be. shall bo exterminated without any compassion, nfter tho extermina tion of the urtny of occupation, and ndds: "IJrothors, wo must nvcnuo ourselvos on tho Amorlcnns and exterminate them, that wo may Ulteourrovenito for tho lnfamlo.s and treach eries which they Ituvo tommltted upon us. Have no compassion upon them; attack with vlRor." A copy of this fell, by (rood fortune. Into the hands of our onicors nnd they were nblo to tnlto measures to...

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. — 8 December 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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