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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 January 1900

tV ,-fTfw-gr T . 4 W .. j mMrw4'r ft tMMkhMM mum mm riM.tMtafrl? ?K wa"fcir ifwi ii tiSZirtiSwroiTTxflafc la iN6b:asua Adratiser rsA Aa', U J i.l.Ytltff, .lMIir. SUlWOHllMMMN 1.511 I'rilt Yb'AH yWvyWWwa FlilDAV, JANUAUV 12. 1000. jiiP j.'S Anothdi Oklahoma Letter, Robt. P. FroJt Tj.1s of tho Country, Kbi'TKU, I'AWNKIS CO..OKLA., I Jan. 0. 11)00. ( 1-Mltor Ailvt'i'tl-of. Kileml Will: Not having received The Advertiser for a couple of weeks, 1 will let you know that L am Htlll n ivc, ami while 1 am writing 1 will toil .von somuiliiiig of litis country, ihrtland ot milk and honey. Tula ia a wry ki(I country but there are lots of lock here, mostly aaud rock, but there Is some limestone. The very best of tt e land Is owned by the Indiana 'I hey yot the 11 rat choice and they took the bottom land and have the beat of the timber. In this country the bot tom laud is the bluff. These nil tments as they are culled, cau he leased for three yearn at thirty-live cents an ucre. This ia uubroke la...

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. — 12 January 1900

y T ir)rjrf f m B iv !v PORTUGAL'S EXACT STATUS. Ofllrlfil Kxplnitntlini of thn Itocent. Htcirjr Tlntt Knglniitl unit Uitriimuy Ilml Heon Orimled (.'onronxlniiii. Lisbon, Jan. 7. A semi-official note to (he press regarding tliu Anglo German agreement Iiiih jiiHt been Is tir,d. (, Ih no follow: TJio ItrlllBli nml Gentian governments, tittvlrifr previously reached mi agreement between themselves, informed Portugal that In llio oventof lur contrnctlngn large loan for tlio purpose of reorganizing tho nuances, tlio two guveriiments worn dls lioxc'd to gunrunteo tlio success of tho operation. At tlio name llnio tlio govern montii of Groat llrltaln and Germany nnsuted Portugal that tlio bants of tho agreement between them wan tho rceog nlllon of tho Integrity of tho Portuguese sovereignty over tho Portuguese ponses Llonii. They further iiuggoKted that In tho event of Portugal accepting a propoH'il concerning a loan tho latter Hhould ho guaranteed by tlio colonial andcimtomM re ceipts. Tho ...

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. — 12 January 1900

V"P""P mnmpniPPP ?W'7TTOniPTfR "wmj; HJ'"5 ' -wfTf; T " 'Tr wss?" ""MB .jrw-WBp- TpipiT'wqwwmsi 'JWI'L idl r t 7 iv. ,4 V GILLMOEE'S STOUT. The Rescued American Lieutenant Tells of Tagal Barbarity. When Our Troop Found Him nnd Oilier 1'rlaoners They Hud llcnn Abtiiilound and Woro Altnnut Deuil from Hunger and C'ruulty. Manila, Jim. 8. Lieut. J. C. Gill more, of thu Uniti'd Status giloat Yorktown, who was captured by the Insurgents last April, near Italer, on the coast of Luzon, and rescued u few duys ago by Col. Luther It. Hare, of the Thirty-third volunteer infantry, sat yesterday in the apartment of his Rister, Mrs. Major I'riee, at the Hotel Oriente, in Manila, and told a remark able story of his eight months in captivity, ending with his dramatic deliverance- from a death that seemed inevitable. The steamer Venus came, into the harbor Saturday from Vigan, prov ince of South llocos, with Lieut. Gill more and 10 other American prison ers, including seven of his sailors from the Yo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 January 1900

7p fniv; . wTtt'TCp;iBHryHri&rt!gisj? TnStes "j' ji.i'iLaTWiiJtJLLJ.-.imJijii'aill ss-rswasn"!?'? FMw3rsx53ESH?!2iaa2: bUlltS WltHl All liai ruilOi limit oiikIi HrniP. Ttwiv UMt. I In limn. Hiild tivilriiitiilMft. iROGlESiafflSe 33Br$i DroMd JQU. W. V. KLKLlNC, Ni'.m.mia City, Nuhiiaka. Office at the drug Hloro. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public NKMAIIA, NFHHaSKA. S f : tin S MZ.'B it IJMSV PLASTERER miiM mi'1 Auiitltn work it spcclttlty. Oil liriiH hiilH, I ikr MitimhiK. Knloiiilnlnn u ,il WnuwuMii ii( ilmio. I.nw rlouH, All voil w.in iitilnil. Kerlccr & Hoover, Mi'iiliir in MEATS IIMihsi irlciH imt'l fin IiIiIcn, Innl, tnilnw It Mill', Ml" NKM MI CITY, XKIUIXSKA TIIir. W. 11 1 ATT, proprietor of tlio Livary & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. 0 od Dray hi Ootinootiou with Livory Good rlr itinl prompt survlcu. HiitUfiictlon KUiirmituuil. 0-zu-wi Notice of Probato of Will. Strttuol N'lr slcn. counlj (if Neiniili i, an. In Hit' (Jointly Court of Nuimiliii County, Kf'tiniNlcu. To...

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. — 19 January 1900

v : k c r . little VOLUME XLIV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FKIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1900. NUMBER 30 Liuf ILs JDT liU 4? ' C A Local News See Hill & Keeling for lite insurance Burl Curttriglit Is quite sick with fovor. G, N. Titus was in Shubert Satur day and Sunday. ' Warren Galbraith Ib now working near Lorton. Otoe county. Try N, II. Anderson's own brand of flour. Every sack warranted. Go to Heeling's drug store for achoo supplies, tnblets, crayons, etc. Thoroughbred Plymouth Rock roos tors for Bale. Inquire at this office. Cards for mounting stamp photoa'.for sale at The Advertiser oUlco twenty for live cents. Will Muntz. who has been at Allh ance for eomo time returned to Noi malm Wednesday. Ed Seid has moved into Kemp Cqler ick'a house on the corner south of D.T. Smiley's residence. Mart May started for southwestern, Missouri Tuesday to visit relatives J6v two or three weeks. The Keeling drug store had ju8t re ceived a new stock of jewelry and watches. Low piicesr Miss EmtnaCrlm leturned ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 January 1900

KIT """iwr TW" ; M' VI !'! M B. c . p THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. HANniCK-, I'tibllebor. NEMAHA, - NI31.RASKA. CURRENT COMMENT. The tiRgrcgntc reeeiptH at the ports tf the Philippine IhIiiihIh fur Hie year 1891) were $5,183,700. The Baltimore Woman's Home ho ciety of the .Methodist Kplncopal chureli has jjlvcn $1,000 toward the support of the tleacoiiesHcs in l'uerto 3Ueo and two in Hawaii. Public curiosity never renehetl a Iiigher point than in the dcalre lniini fested by lite eltizeiiH of WiiHhliitftoii 1o gaze upon the physical remains of the man who can live peaceably with three wives. When Alderman Smith iJobertHrm, colored, died at Jackson, Miss., the other day, the white mayor and alder men of the city acted as pallbearers at the funeral, a tribute never before paid a negro hi that town. One of the first results of Gov. Wood's administration in Cuba is an invitation to bid on the supply of 5500,000 worth of school furniture. Education is all that is needed to swing Cuba int...

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. — 19 January 1900

m 4.1ifl F Y A t Y .'.THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. 8ANUKUH, 1'nblUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. A QUILL PEN. From a Sen Gull's Wins. Thou wnst not born amid earth's stain and sol), And dreary din, and nolso of jnngled mirth; ' Thou hnst lived far from all our tears and toll. Oh, bring us back the blessing of thy birth I f Spralt but a little of that other life Which knew thee once, wild as tho wind and brine; Set free our spirits, straitened In their Strife, To sweep those old unwearying ways of thine. Bring back tho glorious freedom of thy Ulght, Skimming the crest of purple waves afar In that Illimitable Hood of light Which knows no stain of toll, no fetter ing bar. Give us to know tho glory and tho wonder Horn of the Hying rack, the gleaming foam, Where mighty billows rear their honds and thunder Against the wild black rocks which were thy home. Our hands are tired, our eyes aro dim of seeing, Our cars arc dull with noise of mirth and moan. Oh, give un back the beauty of that being Un...

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. — 19 January 1900

upffn" uiiy ,11 i 'pMfjwn- 'iiipipjippr "mmrfmrww B. M. tV to Rr K' i JfT, Lr fr. $ 1'he Nebraska Advertiser W. W. SANDKKSpubHBlier. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, iflnu MlBHourl la after a j.frce or ground euppoaed to belong to Nemaha county, Neb. Wliatever may be said of the merits of the claim, It must ho ad mil ted that Missouri knows a good thing when it sees It. Oinulin Bee. According to the court calendar re cently promulgated by the judges of this judicial district, terms of court In the several counties will bo held dur ing 1(100 ih follows: Gago county, M rch ft, May 14. September 17; Jof ferson county, January 20, May 7, No v.'tnlicr 26; .Johnson county, March 12, May 21. September 17; Nemaha county February 20, .luno 4. November 12; L'awnoe county, April 2, June 11, Noi vemher 20: K chardson county, Jan uary 20, May 7, October 8. . . Washington, Jan., 15 Director of the GciiHtts Merriam suggests to iho agriculturists of (he conn ry that they use some of their Hprtie lime between no...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 January 1900

rT-' Tjprsvpw "- Y Y A J jgjggJ'ttU"1" fe,li.,r- flliSwAittSWlJS Th3 Nebraska Advertiser I. IK. tUtJS'lHtltti PublUhtr, SUBSCIMI'TION 81.50 PEIt YEAH F HID AY, JANUARY 10, 1000. mwMi$Ziiu u5fiwMw OurWaslrington Letter Washington. D. C. Jim, 13, 1000. (Special Corrortpoudijnco.) Worn u pirusal of old books mid dojumtnls hero in tlio national library one learna thut cvdn tho great Thomus Jefferson was n little mixed in his lltuinclal and commercial Ideas, mid was quits liable to change his mind, Ono humlied and twenty years ago ho wrote mid published tho Idea thut it would ho better for tho United States to ab union tho fien cutlrdy, allow all foreign goods to ho brought to ua and domestic shtpmontB carried by foreign ships. Thus, he said, in caso of fo oln war we would have no property on the high seas to ho damaged. In the meantime, lie thought it would be best for tho American people to all engage in agricultural pursuits. A few years later Jefferson was a rampant expansionist. As ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 January 1900

U ON THE PHILIPPINES. Senator Bcvcrldge, of Indiana, Makes a Great Speech. Vnluc if the iHlnnilM-MIIHnry SICu ntion The American Policy -I'lnver of I lie Con h( 1 1 tit Ion. On Tuesday, Jnntmry 9, Senator lieverldgc, of Jmlimiii, gave tliu Hunutu and llio people tliu benefit, of bis visit to (lie Philippine Mauds, and In a lengthy and forceful address voiced his approval of President MoKlnleyV, policy In handling the KlturUlon, and net forth u wise plan for the future government of the new addition to United States territory. Following is Senator liuvcridgc'a speech nlmoat In its entirety: "Mr. President: I address tho senate at tills lime because nonatorn nnd members of (ho house oil both sides have asked that I itlvo to eongres.i and the country my oh nervations In the Plilllpplnoii nnd the far caHt, and tliu conclusions which thoo oh hcrvntloiii compel; and becuiiuc of lnirtful resolutions Imroduced and utterances made In the senate, every word of which will cost nnd Is coiling t...

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. — 19 January 1900

'VKW '7TrnTT,Prr w!W ?.r.y1 y SISTER AtfAINST SISTER. KonxnMiiniil StiUoinent Miuln by Mr. l)r, lluycn In tli Ciiro of Mr, Holme, ClintxoU with Murtler. Dallas, Tex., .Tnn. 14. The most Im portant nnd sensntlonnl testimony yet given in the trial of Mrs. Carrie Holmes, charged with the murder of her hmdjand by poison, at Brown wood, was that of her sister. The -witness is the wife of Dr. T. Al. llnycs, the family physician of the Holmeses. Mrs. Hayes testified that, on returning from the funeral she and her sister rode alone in n carriage, and that Airs, llolmvs confessed to her that she had murdered her husband so that she might be free to marry .7. V. Hamlin. Airs. Hayes declared that she felt it to be her duty to testify to the confession of her sister, be cause expressions of suspicion had been made in certain directions that her husband, Dr. Huyes, had poisoned "Walter Holmes. ATTACKED BY A LAWYER. lloiilll unit Tiuiiiiioii, Proprietor of tlin Demur IMt, .Sorlmirfly Wounded In T...

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. — 19 January 1900

P 'UPew-.pj-1 (iiijipniil if . ip11 JfV. f"'' ! i : - - - k'f'nHBHHBHHiWHRte'V'Wi'P'r h rw YMMiHiraw PW Wi IBRWSiwlH i" ' j , j : . . ':, .. . um priJjift.irri l. .iji.iiwii'i'iiBiiiji " -" '- "i'ii j"TTj ww'iTiiiw""1"''"""''''''"1""! W' I 'i X I 'S :, J W Is! CUittsWHlHt All EL8E FAILS. Efl Si I'crt tioiiKh Sirup. Vile Good. Cm ! ppi In tlmo. Hold hr rirngtflnta. Fl Th Nebraska Advertiser Ti. W. W. KEELING, ftKMAUA OlTY, NimnAKA, Odlco nt llio drug atoro. W.W.SANDERS, Notary : - : NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. fit jimp HKauunir PLASTERER Amno mid Aitattto work n upeolulty. CIh teriiH hullt. l'Apor IImiliiB, KulHomltiltiK find Wllomintilag tlono. Low prlcoH, All work WHrriintoil. Si-iSlWS SimsoiiirTioN - 81.50 1'Kit yeak FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1000. Auburn 1b to havo another paper. CIiiib. Brandt has the material bought and arrangements made for starting a German paper thorn. Kerker & Hoover, Tnnlop 111 MEATS Hluliostnrloos pnld forlilricH, lurrt, trulow ,11110, (llC NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. TI1...

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. — 26 January 1900

-WTWm m wwWSipi ilVU i l ' jppjrgwwf. Wj'jMm'J PJ r PU. it VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBltASKA, FllIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1900. NUMBER i I A1MWMII son ' jm" - vv ri1 tf i W r 1 4 , r 1 5Si K ii'-V., fji . i I'rfgB&iMiijOgT ijja. r. t .n (Ui u. Y Local ISTews lwn3aafX(Uuu.iAMMiuibntunaicni4U4 ClIllItT Ut'HllllT. A new loot is bi'lugput on tho depot. See Hill & Kooling Tor lire insurance .) C. B101KJ3 went 10 Lincolu Mon day. Davo Cairol paid Omaha u visit this w tek. I j. 13. MuNiticb bus moved near Biacken. Harry McCandlesa went to Omaha Monday. C. Sbut'k will liavo u public sale on Tuesday, Feb. 0th. Judge J. II Broady, of Lincoln, was in town Monday morning. Miss Grace I'aris ia attending school at Maple Qrovo this winter. Try N. R. Anderson's own brand of flour. Every Back warranted. Go to Keoling'3 drug store for school supplies, tablets, crayons, etc. Mr. and Mrs. it. T. Devores went to Forest City, Mo., Wednesday. Roy Royco, who had been staying at Filley this winter, is at Nemah...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 January 1900

w rjflrw- mimiifnuiwju RIVER. IMPROVEMENT 'P UNITED THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER women OF TE OTHTTp w XV. XV, HAXIWH.", rultlUliar. NEMAHA, NRWIASKA. CURRENT COMMENT. The wlff of I'rcHldcnt l.oubct, of Kriinci', celebniti'd bur New Yrtir'H by Ifivliif,' IfiO wltlowH i-iioiiyli nioiii'y to puy llioir .Inmiiiry rent. .Soutli Ctirollnn, it Ih I'stliiuilcd, riUlltH llOXt lo MllHHIIL'lltlHfttH 111 tllO uunibi'i of it h col (on mil Ik, and ux ncct.s lo IimhI MiiHKiichitHi'ttH by tho end of 1000. The C'onrcKadonnl ebureb has ojuMii'd (wo hcIiooIh in Puerto Itfi'o.onc lit. .San .hum and tho other at Utuado. Togolhcr they accommodate 100 chil li run, tbouirli'n Ih unlit (hat. 11,000 up pltcd for (kIiiiIhhIou In (wo wcokn. It hi observed by travelers In Siberia (hat (he cH'uct of constant cold Ih practically (he. kiiiuo as the effect of constant beat. The people develop a disinclination to work and becoinu RtraiiKCi'H to ambition of any descrip tion. Labor!, the famous lawyer who de fended Zola an...

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. — 26 January 1900

-T8 V 'Hipipiw ,,p,,?w?ipp!w,. P$R$nFr$&fpr -wiiffiwmiTmmwyr'' .y f A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDKKM, I'nbll.hnr. .NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. A HERO. lie treads no gory battlefields, A Wellington, or Uonaparte; lie lends no Knights of Crimson Cross, Like Itlchurd of the I.lon-lieurt. I've rend of no exploit of his. Nor do I even know his name, For round his brow has ne'er been twined The laurel wrenth of fame. In fact, he's Just u simple boy, A merry, gentlemanly lad. Whose honest heart and kindly words Must make the very angels glnd. "The fearless glances of his eyes Candor and truthfulness reveal, And prove to all that he has naught Of meanness to conceal. At lessons, household tasks or play, His earnest spirit Is the same; In school, he stands the first In class, la foremost In each mnnly game. Kind words and sunny smiles ho gives To all, nor ceases then. Indeed, He's ready with a willing hand To help another's need. My eyes are aching for a sight Of him my Ideal boy-hero. 1 ch...

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. — 26 January 1900

T m JBHbP' i-'- ' JrS?" - 4?SE""-'-A- - ' - -IP- " V rf T T" ' T" "f" '', ' " fT " T1 "V "T ruTif, f f HTnf iffiFjWNavi 4 M MinWWWim.Jl.mMmtJUmHim.l.UH.I IHH IILm.UIUWWBH B .. - ift k. I'7 ' V r.j R-, " i I SBW b . The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. SANDKItS, Publisher. j'j.. -. INltllAY, JANUARY 10, 1000. A California Lottor from H. W. Shubort. Hkmkt, Cal., Jim. 0, lflOO. John D. SliubiTt: I will wrlto you nRnli. lliiii morning to say wo arc all in fair condition. Tlio weather haa been warm, though for tlio last two wookH there haw been more rain than for several yonra In any ono winter. Tho flohlB aro looking fine and green. Some pieces of wheat have been in for some tlmo and covers the ground nice ly, but It wh ho dry and had been for bo many years that peoplo wore not In clined to put in crops till it did rain. Now thoy aro In a great ninh just lota of (Miorse teams at It from daylight till dark and after. Thoy use gangs with seeder and tho plowB cover tho wheal and attached harrows ...

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. — 26 January 1900

si-'p t ',". y wfri- w vimrwrwnMmi 'T' tiiJiwiwmiiami ..? rJ r9 A vf. wry 1-h titbima Advertiser!""11 1 T' ,l RT1' fT' wu" ", .iiwuaci urn u ami uuiumnungs . U "i""""nrniThUV .'rwrw n . .i.'l):ltn t'uhtl,h,rt bltl'j'JItll'TION 1.0(1 IMCit YliAIl ritlUAY, .JANUARY 120, 1000. A Letter from Ed A. Bourne. H'AUKOMtri, Uklii., .Jan. l2, ltKO. Editor Ailvertisiu: In pursuance of my promise to write un cce.is.onul .! iiiitiu. ligation for your pupei, w 1 1 drop jou a line litftuatively. We are b. ill living on (ur iaiin near Wiiukoi mis, in liurlieltl county, Oklahoma which, wiih uo possible exception of Kit) county, la the garden spot of tho teiritoty. Tills county Is tho homo of the largest man in the woild a Mr. Wllkitis by name, wlio is 3 feel 4 inches lugli and weighs 400 pounds, and hits been (Xhiblled in every country on u.irth. It is also tin1 homo of the larg os t nog, a 1200 pound sow that at pres ent is happily uugagud in routing a flourishing family of 17 pigs. We also hive the ...

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. — 26 January 1900

". v M I Kl. i - t AFRICAN WAR NEWS. Gen. Duller Reported Nothing of Ilis Operations Yesterday. GEN. WARREN' CONTINUES PUSHING. Tlio lito-4 Uontnitt ICvnry Inch of flroiinil A Kopt.rt That I.onl l u ricl oti it Iil' l'ly- lnj Column llin Knfuroil I.miIjkiiiHIi nwiitnm of I.iiciibIm. London, Jim. 2:i. Gen. Duller Iihh reported nothing of 1i!h operations on Mnudnynnd olllcial and press Intel ligence leaves (ho British bivouacked Sunday night, on tins ground they hud won after I wo days' fighting. AII1I tury men assume that lighting must luive taken )lace and that it wart prob nlily more severe than on the pieced in"; days. (Ion. Hullcr would not be likely to give the Doers leisure to add to tin: elaborate entrenchments, to arrange their artillery and to con centrate their forccH. The .Daily Chronicle's military ex pert Htiyn: "liven when u battle Is won in a slnglu day, an a rule pursuit is only possible when fresh troops tire available, lint in thin Instance it is not u qucHtion of 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. — 26 January 1900

prr,Mm fwr'Tifyf f'm'mvjfw.wyfT't - ,.rTT. i.wvjny -wr w--th" wrr $rwryy'- gg " 'TS"S3K?7'''"fl' jwry -v v ' " urxwfrw''j -jtwjw 'ijr ""Tijpw ?Mf ' "pfwy;,' 1 y A Y A MINNESOTA FARMER DOES WELL IN CANADA. VJrdcn, Manitoba, ISth Nov., 1S33. non. Clifford Slfton, Minister of the In terior, Ottawa, Canada. Sir-" Thinking that my experience In Manitoba might bo botli useful and interesting to my fellow-countrymen in the United States who may be look ing to Manitoba and the North-West with the intention of settling there, 1 have much ploasu.ro in stating that through information received from Mr. W. F. McCreary, Immigration Commissioner at Winnipeg, 1 was in duced to visit Manitoba in February, 1808. When I called upon Mr. McCreary he spared no pains to give me all the information, Ac., in his possession, the remit of which was that I came here with a letter of introduction from him to the Secretary of the Virdcn Eonrd of Trade. That gentleman pro vided me with a competent land guide and...

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. — 26 January 1900

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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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