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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 February 1900

r 1 1 J X , VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. NUMBER 32 maiwiuiiiiwiiiii wtmu&cuwi r .Local News KMaaatnjMaimMrnazsen.itini juun.au .re Utll & Keeling for lire insurance A big fiee show ul tho opera hou-e, Frank Flack Is tin proud lather of nn , born Friday morning. HeniHinber lite big free show nt tho op ra house Monday night. Try N. I?. Anderson's own brand of (I r. Every sack warranted. Go to Keeling i drily sioto for school supplies, a ets, crayons, etc. Flee show at t lit opera honao Mon !. niglit, Fb. 5th. Misses Pearl Bennett and Ada Liims belt vlailed Auburn last Saturday. Teams are now crossing tho Mlasouri liver at this point for the first time this winter. Cards for mounting stamp photos for h.iio at The Advertiser olllco twenty fr live cent. The cold weiither this week haB helped out tho ico men and good ice can now be got. Irvin lladlock came up from St. Joe .- nday and is visiting his parents unci fi ends this week. . The Keeling drug stor...

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. — 2 February 1900

e& . v n jTp ' ' " . " jr " TWj. iSO. n ' FV THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANOKltS I'uliltalior. mm NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. CURRENT COMMENT. When parliament, meets it will bo nski'cl for $100,000,000 inure lo carry on wlinL vh cvpcetcd to be u lit t lu war. .Severn I iiinlitlhiieiitH of lliu Biiinc hIu Kcein probable til (Ills time. China's now railroad from Canton to I lit 1 1 Cow, which, with lis branches, will he 1,000 miles loiitf, in to be built entirely by American capital. No one can set, bounds to (he expansion busi ness talent of tlilu country. Connecticut. (Inures from its recent state hcIiooI cciikuh that it, has liO per cent, more inliabllanls than it had in 181)0. The population of the country on UiIh basin is "fiJijO.tlOU. Hut prob ably it Is several millions more. Citizeiw of Manila are now per mitted to remain out of doors at night until ten o'clock. Little fear remains of a plot In the city, and in any case the recent, arrival of new reginientH renders the garrison d...

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. — 2 February 1900

T? PIP4JHP Hffiip'Wf "TSPBr"- 'ryv-VIYiT "iy ai"1 bY y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IV. W. BANDKttS, l'ubllilmr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. DRIFTING. -We drift, my lovo and I, whllo softly, slowly, Tho lingering day sinks In tlio arms of night. -Our tongues aro mute, for In that sllenco iioly Vain 'vords would only mar each bouI's delight. 'Upon tno lalco's edgo stand tho weeping willows, Trailing Avlth listless arms tho waters clear; ""While overhead, roscato and pearl-gray billows IJc eloso to heaven'3 breast Some stars appear, And wlnlc tliolr eyes as though Just roused , fronj Blumbcr, While peeping through a vaporous vail above. "Tho distant east tnlics on a greater umber, Tho twilight breezo Is singing low of lovo. Wo drift, my love, and I, mid twilight splendor, The nunsct glory's sheen spread on tho nky; Her face Is closo to mine, her eyes aro tender, And glowing with a light that cannot dlo. Upon her face thoro falls a heavenly glory, The sun's last rays reflected from above And pictured...

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. — 2 February 1900

JuJMHttMttttSNHMIHBIfllHffiK'' 'i??lBVPV9Fv !" l'!5w''"V ?P?W?"E '" "V1 a '? r R'. sv i' i? v r f. L. jtfimrmxzJK-. The Nebraska Advertiser AUIISUUIl'TIUN ei.OO IMCU VISA It FRIDAY, FKIUiUAIlY 2, 1000 Another Oklahoma Lottor. AliAl'AllOK. (Juntur Co., Oklii., I .January 2:), 11)00 V. W. Sando: Well, for the hene- llt or my many Nemaha county fricndn 1 will endeavor to write i fuw lines and tell th tiuth, too, uhout tliifl "Gar- don of Eden." Last wintor wo Intel an extra long, cold winter. The tlicrinomoter ran lovn to 1(1 deprroH holow zero and tlio gtound trozo 18 IneheH deep. TIiIb winter titiH liceii very mild. A innn could plow almout any day. I planted Home orach heed and the giotind has nevir frozen over two or tlireo IiicIicb, ho I Ktietu) they will not come tip. I.iiHt winter wo IihcI whid f?nles almost overy da) Mt leant two tliirdH of the time. This winter wo have had hut ono HtroiiK wind that I know of. Our Utonnd IioKIh the moisture well, and it in never muddy unions wo...

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. — 2 February 1900

f-'ifi-itimrf Y - ' ?, . p f U- T m 'iniijjmwMiwwi miwuaun mV'iiu'n; mm rwwBUJnaiuummtrtTfffwrwif'i1 u..tfiv ywni wn ww m ir iMwrn "wnr fMPt"TT "J ' CaTiy...w..,v,.,mHfMwtj,t4.-tt' tn P-Si5wi :H V- I f i Lv4 J - 4t I Eft Ths Ntbiaska Advertis - u M.4.y n ku.,, ruhii.i,,,. SUHSOIMITION Sl.fiU I'EK YKAU FHIDAV, FKBHUAUY 2, 1.0(10. OnrWaskington Letter In older to lienl the tliifatetiei) breiik lint ween tho sluun reform tureen of Nebraska, mid at tlio biwiio tino to I'erlect the olti airatiKement to deliver the populists over to thu democrats for good and nil, the pop managers, or intlier the democratic mauaera of tho populist p.trty, have arranged to hold the populist national cnuimittou meets inu at Lincoln. According to tho pro gram, just when lliu real populista aro objecting to tho lilckery ot the demo cratic managern, and are in the act of being tlnown out over the traiiHni, Hryun will arrive from Kentucky or somewhere, and enter the hall all out of breath, and all uiicotiHcioii...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 February 1900

jK;.j SREftMHSvflBHMBrMvpV"Mp9jH JPPWiBwwiip5555555552 - -: ' r ' .'. HE WAS NOT "WANTED The House, 278 to 50, Votes to Ex clude the Utah Polygamist. ICIghty Ciiiigreprttneii Wanted III111 Kwon. In ami Then Included, Hut llin tijnr- llj' Wim Overwhelming AK'iI'I"! It ItlllltTtH J-MleH Mil AlldreiM. Washington, Jan. 20. The ease of Drighnm II. Roberts, the Alormon representative-elect from Utnli, which has occupied ho much of the attention of tho house since Hit' assembling of congress, wiih decided yesterday by 1 lie adoption of ti resolution to ex clude III 111 by 11 vote of 208 to fit). Th exact language of thu lenolntlon was n followH: "That tinder the facts nnd elrcnin Btrineeo of (lie rime, Itrighnni II. Hub erts, representative-elect from the p m Jt imiaiiAM 11. hoil:kta stale of Utah, ought not to liavo or hold a heat, in tho house of represen tatives and that the Beat to which he was elected is hereby declared va cant." The, amendment to expel Air. Hob erta without Beating' ...

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. — 2 February 1900

r!lwfsMllIP, Ml y A WESTERN CANADA. One of the Choice Spots on the Con tinent Open for Settlement, The following extracts from an in teresting letter to the Mason City (Jown) Kcpuulicnn, written by Mrs. S. A. llrighain, late of that place, but now of Iloss Creek, Alberta, Canada, so nearly describes most of the dis tricts of Western Canada that we take pleasure in presenting same to the at tention of our readers: WEST13UN CANADA. Crop I'rnnncctH itml Climntc About Edmonton, N. W. T. Interesting letter from Mrs. S. A. Brig ham, lato of Mason City. Editor Mason City Itcpublican. Boss Creek, Alberta, N. W. T., Canada, Aug. 7, 1S99. Dear Sir: "We are located in the Beaver Hills, 30 miles from ft. Saskatchewan and CO miles from Edmonton. To the cast of these is an immense area of bot tom lands, which furnishes abundance of hay for the settlers. It is dotted with small lakes, the largest of which is called Heaver Lake, 10 miles in length. There is shelter for the cattle and horses now fee...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 February 1900

V.JWfWlT'' ''S'lJ '"' ""WTtf&FfipK, H-y-ig" f. ,wtnr)f t- R' I : . f k " . . . if r ft u... t ' .' J 11 fr I'.lllim WH(Hf All USt (A Lb llml CmiKh Hrup. Tnrtt UihkI. Cn in tlmn. fold HT iiriiKKi'i"- fjil-l OlJIIITI.liJII QU. TT. W. KEELING, Isumaha City, Nkhhaka. fflce nt the drug store. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : NEMAHA, NEHHaSKA. PLASTERER Aomo niul fcwatlto work 11 NpfMilitlty. CIh. tfniK I111III. I'lipor IIiiiikIiik. KhImiiiiIiiIMk n. id Wlluwnnlil.iK ilonu. Low prison, All work wurriiiiluii. Kcrker & Hoover, Mentor In MEATS IIUii it price pnlil for hides, lnrl, tiulow gtlllll, I'lO' NEMAHA CITY, NEHHASKA, TJIOS. w. in at r, proprietor oflho Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBFl. Good Dray in Oonnootion with Livory Good rift 9 anil prompt ecrvlco. Satisfaction KUiirauluuil. U-W-'Jl) Notice of Probato of Will. SUtoof Nubniftlcn, count' of Nomalui, hh. In thu County (Joint of Nomnlin County, Nuiirnskn. T Unvlil ThompHon, ttio holrH ut law of Carrie 1). Hitkor, lliu lielr...

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. — 9 February 1900

"jppwpiifppppiw MWMMMPHMMH rin i uwi.Wwp rwmmimim:iim&7RiT?' ' OLUMti XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900. NUMBER 34 Lm -- y tgAwyi ifi.i.ViittiiiifrittSii .Local ISfews juvmjtwwuwmfc.MUM.uai See Hill & !pplln for fire Insurance -11 I S. lleucoek snipped it car of coin to Burllnglou, Monday, Anotl.erblK doublo show Saturday nipht m the opera house. Miss Vova Clurk is visiting Brows ville. friends for a tew days. 15.6. McCandleas shipped a car of ... . r . 1I .. T... , I.... entile 10 ivausas wiy m-mmy Go to Kenlinu'3 drug hioio for school supplied, a'tloia, ciayons. etc. Hai.k Waterman visited Nemaha Irl-nds several davs this week. II. K. MoOandless shipped a car of hogs lo Nebraska City Wednesday. Mile Dalr will ap.iln do the flying trapizeSaturlay night in now feats. Kon Salu A thoroughbred male lierkshiie hog Inquire at this olllco. Cards for mounting stamp photos for Bale at The Advertiser olllco twenty for tlve cents. e can give you reduced rates on nlmoBt a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 February 1900

" ' ytyrumt 14. ft tk s r t & s W-. WA ty S v. jt 3A r; i:.r S I Nffl ifffiife &W ' "R r 8 ."S i:r .mlnapa to K Jndmanur.n ClllH- H' nt u plcco of folly- t 'TwanlunRiiKo.when ho wns "Jack, And he, of course, Wim Dolly." Saint Vulontlnt ln- It 1 r d the rhyme He put wltliln the laltar. And oven htlpeil Mm "' fJtt'r Two hourlH bound with , a fitur. 'TIr. rose la red. the violet Ww. Siiffiir In hvmI, and bo are ou. And Jack's prph -t l0 mmnmn, When lie wns Just eleven, The mime rhyme for n vnltiuine, Hh belnK ntel seven. Tli envelope wan tinted pink, And up within one corner. Willi bov and arrows, wings and nil, Hut Cupid, little ncorner. "The rose Is red, the vlolot'if blue, fliiKtir lo sweet, and bo aro you." And Mauler .lack shot out last nlRht Ah swift as any rocket, I!ut not before I caurjht a Kllmpso Of HomcthlnK In his pocket. It wan a letter blows the boy! And I knew In a rrlnutc, The next day was Saint Valentino's. And no, Just what wns In It. "The rose Is red, the vlo...

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. — 9 February 1900

w?' mspr tRfjfWK" .y,ifiW' ' ,rr'" T GOEBEL'S END CAME. After Hanging in the Balance Nearly Five Days He Passed Away. Ll rut. (lov. Ilrckhiitn Win lit Onrn Sworn In tit Oiivuriinr to Muko tlin Content AcliiMt Tiiylor Movu ti Ioot Atoiiumoiit to (lootiol. Frankfort, Ky., Fob. 6. William Goebcl, ilcmocrntiu claiinnnt of the ex ecutive ehuir of this state, died at 7:2."i Saturday night. The end 1'iul been expected since morning;. Ho continued to sink during- the day, the bulletins of the physicians becoming more and more alarming. When an nouncement was made of his death in the evening many of his support ers wept. It has practically been de cided that the remains of (lov. Gocbel will be buried at Frankfort, in the cemetery overlooking the Kentucky river, where lie the remains of Dan iel Sooue, Vice President JUehard Johnson and several Kentucky gov ernors, eminent jurists and soldiers. IttH-kmuii Sworn In m Governor. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 5. Exactly ono hour after the death of Mr. Gocb...

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. — 9 February 1900

Sk '1 Tf" ! m m new ..." . ' . . : j'iyKiriiW7.uji i -u a mu PKmtlWdKMM "'ysii?.1 '"."" '?"... m. I r . I ; I;, 'r it . " I !- f : ir 'the Nebraska Advertiser W, . HJJ"ltJHHN, fublltlur. StuiHouirrioN 51.50 I'KR Y It A 11 I'MUOAV, FBHHUAIIY i), 11)00. nc ..... etn99 PESTIFEROUS BUFFALO GNATS. A Mnrtli Carolina Jinn 'IVIin of liilrr cntliig; KvprrlfiiCFK tTllli 'I'hriii. .John V. Jtnslt, of Jtclport, '. l, v rites lo Ui New York Sun iTtfitMllny ihu btiU'aloB'Tiat: "I tfilnk Mint., ihs a native of North Carolina would wiy, tin onitoiuolojyihtH rtittve not 'met up' wltJi Mio pint hi itui ttlcni; jxihfilbly It JHiiot litrilutvl over m largo nrou of tlio countiry. f met Mio ,fjnat Hoiurul ytvirx itfju In Arkunwit. on the bottom lnml of the SI. Krunols rrivcr, nml thinli they were t lit grout est idoy pest 1 ever wiw. In nJinpo t.licy it tremble the bufl'ulo soim-wlmt; Jinuw (.lie uiunie. Thoy not bite or Htinjj their vlcMniH. They have n di.safrroeuble hub lit of flying from th; ground a...

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. — 9 February 1900

' 'VpjfgJN '- "T'WT7 7 T Y -A The Nebraska Advertiser tf. -, I-.I.VO!, I'uhti,,r. SOIJSOIMI'TION 81.60 I'BlfYlJAH FIUDAV, FKUKUAltY p. 1000. y ,in A former Xem ih.i county m m, Al. J3wan, it newspaper mini of some ttbliity and a furnvr editoi of tho Tnlmiigfi Tribune Is noy ; tn.ni iping elhor of ivwlotii. tho llrai Eimli&ii newspaper to bo puidishf.il tn ihu Plii. Ippnles, tfiueo Ins resilience hi this otio-i Mi. 12 .van Iiub changed bis piliikMl Mwa but he's the suiue old Al. IJrook Hnllettir. The li. it M. boys are exceedingly wuithy owing to an order Issued bv the company which jjoes Irilo cflVot to.norrnw in which oveiy train nun is o iinpelL'd to have u slundaid watch that Is; a stilctlv up ii date woiks i.- bH watch made of nickle. This Wll work a haidihip on mo-it of the iiiployt'fl, for l-e ilian oiirHtmif of then li vo such works and those, wlio have them noc, have flue works in their watche. some ccsting 'loin f?70 to 8100. Those must. b'cast aside and ne.v 01101 pino...

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. — 9 February 1900

"""W8 "p ' "!" tt - W nPirP Wi ' ' . o !il I ftr V, THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V. HAN DICKS, I'lilillilmr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. SkUiVlk&Jklkiii FEBRUARY 1900. ! Mon. Tuo. Wed. Thur. Frl. 9 20 21 22 2F 26 27 28 .... .... y vj i i .... .... .... CURRENT COMMENT. A Ifl-ycnr-old girl in the pulpit was Ihe attraction ut llol.v Trinity Itnptlst church, Brooklyn. She was nl)Ie to nTnlf e her hearers forget Mint she wiih only a young jjirl. TI10 United States sells more than twice iih iiiiicli UK ll, buys, Germany lm.VH $!i.r0,000,000 worth' n yt'iir more tliiiu it, sells, and (ileal Uritain buys twice iih much iih It sells. Four American steamers designed for tJie Pacific trade arc each to bo 7.'l() feet Ion,', with a capacity of 22, 000 tons. Soino of (lie builders way the transpacific liners of this future will be 1,000 feet long. Mrs. Lcdoskn Cooper, iroinineiit in Des iMolncH (In.) Hociety, lias if led unit, for divorce against John Cooper on tlu! grounds of alleged inliiiinan treatme...

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. — 9 February 1900

n-.iwfUBT"' 'T Y r JHE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. SANIJKUS, I'ublUher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. THE QUILL-WORKER. rialns, plains nnd Uio pralrlo land which me suniigm uooub nil (j mis, To tho north tho open country, southward tho Cypress hlllo, tNovcr a bit of woodland, never n 1-111 that flows, Only a stretch of cactus beds, and tho wild, Hwect prairie rose; . .Nceer a habitation, save whero In the far HOUtllWOSt A Bolltnry tepeo lifts Its solitary crest, Vhcrc Ncykn In tho doorway, crouched In the red sunshine, Iiroldcrs her buckskin mantlo with tho qullla of tho porcupine. Noykla, the Sioux chief's daughter, sho with the foot that Hies, Sho with the hair of midnight and tho wondroua midnight eyes, ;8ho with tho deft brown lingers, sho with tho soft, slow smile, 8ho with tho voice of velvet and tho thoughts that dream the while "Whence como tho vnguo to-morrows? Whero do the yesters lly? What Is beyond tho border of tho prairlo nnd tho sky? roca the maid in the Land of Morning sit In tho...

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. — 9 February 1900

"T .fwt,,,r.rw,.w,j ''vaaoggsssa &' IV. Ff,V Gl0M4Xl3Kfi W.,-,... -I ... ....----p. .1 -r- - UK WHIMI All IINr IALAi licet t'ouiih HrniD. TMtiw (looil. UfO ri in limn, pom nr nriiKii". aw' a VI W 1 W aMSW Hi " IV I J IMsBhKNO Tli. If. W. KKKLING, Nkmaua City, Nk.uuaka, Ofllcr lit tlift ciniK fltoro. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public vnMAirA, vrm?KA fllE SSi.'MKStJiCV PLASTERER Annie itnit Aij'Utto work n npi'eliill.. CIk. linn luilli. rupoi' llitiiInK, KiiNniiilnliiK nnd WIIuw.ihIM.h,' done. Luff pilios, All ork wnrriiiitoti. ', , - Kerker & Hoover, tlenlor in MEATS IIUlied prloen pultl fni hides, Inrd, tiulow NI2MAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. TJ11U W. UTATr, proprietor of tlio Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray iu Ootinootion with Livery Good tIka niut prompt nervlco. 8iitlnfuctliin KUiirimtui'tl. ii.jimw Noiico for Hearing Claims. In tlio County Coin-t hi NVinii in county, Nub. In tnu inn torol thooMl.ituul LovviHl'liump. HOIl dc0 h'.'. Notice Ih lit'ioliy ulvou tlmt ...

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. — 16 February 1900

s ' 1 -iv Y bGTr'""" ' TTfP"1 "BPT3?HJJK"W" "V hr . , , , VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1000. NUMBEK 34 IvJ 111 r iJHgAmi-.iU"v i-i-js:1?1! Local News ittrnwiitriT: Good sleighing. Coldest week this winter. See Hill & Keeling for fire insurance A. L. P. Thompson and Ills baby are built on the Hick list. Charley Davis, of St. Doroin.gaveus a social call Tuesday. Mrs. Dppue, of Beatrice ia visiting Ikt uncle, O K. Flahcr. Go to Keollng'3 drug siore for school supplies, lablotH, cinyons, etc. Fou Salk A thoroughbred male Berkshire hog. Inquire at this otllco. Cal Stssel, who has been in Iowu for several weeks, returned to Nemaha a few days ago. Cards for mounting stamp photoa for sale at The Advertiser otllco twenty for five cents. James A. Stephenson's two youngest childien are very sick, with doubts of their recovery. Call in and see us if you want to BUbscriba for any paper published in the United States. Dr. Keel ng waB quite s ck for sevs eral days the ths...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 February 1900

IVPVi'WlW" """ "U. w A WOMAN'S A True Story of the American Revolution. heroJsmTi SvVsAAAvVwSNN'i) DIUKCTIiV after their wedding day young .Mr. ntid .Mrs. Fisher had gone (n their new home. It is true, tliis wits only a. nidu little building, but it wiik better tlmn most of the houses In North CiiHtle, iinil, indeed, hi nil Westchester enmity, N. Y., for 1lit mutter of Hint; and the young wife linil been Riiproinuly happy. There was tlio same rugged aspect to tlio country then as now, and the huge, moss-coveicd granite bowlders, thu wooded hillsides and winding valleys, and beyond all the glistening waters of tli'.; sound, provided a landscape upon uhleh .Mistress Fisher never tired of gazing. Hut the young people were not to bo left to the peaceful enjoyment of their new home. The war clouds which lind long been gathering broke in a Htorm, and among the first to respond to his country's eall was .Mr. Fisher. Enrolled in Maj. Paulding's band of palrlotR, he speedily became, one of H...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 February 1900

"" ? W" $f$w r M AfometB have been relieved! of female troubles sy Mrs Pinkham's advice and medicine The letters of a few aro printed regularly in this paper. If any one doubts the efficiency and sacredly confidential character of IV! rs. Pinkham's methods, write for a book she has recently published which contains letters from the mayor of Lynn, the post master, and others of her city who have made care ful investigation, and who verify all of Mrs. Pink ham's statements and claimsm The Pinkham claims are sweeping. In ves tag ate them. THIRTY YEARS OF CURES "For six year I warn a victim oftl y pcpala In Its worst form. I could eat nothing but mlllc toast, and at times my stomuch would not rotaln and digest oven that. Last March I began talcing CASCAKKTS and ulnco then I bavo steadily Improved, until I am ns well as I vqr was In my life." DAvm II. Mitjutiv, Newark-, O. M TM CATHARTIC ksvdwmm TRADB MARK WlOHTgRCP ( Pleasant. Palatable, Potent, TaAtc Good. Do Good, Nevor Blokotl. Weake...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 February 1900

awiWtWMribm; i iufcp iw0ftmJQAm m b.i 5r Et r '? ' The Nebraska Advertiser l U W.f.VMV, rubliiffr. Mtnisuiiii'TioN 81.60 I'HIl YKAK FRIDAY, FI2UUUAIIY 10,1000. Our Washington Letter (Hht,IhJ CorroNpomlencc.) Tim "aritlslmporlallHtlo league" of this city, which includes nil the utmroh irtts and latlor-iUy VulHndlghnms in tho District, has Just Issued nil address notifying Admiral Dewey that ho Ih not (ruthft)l in all things and that they know tnoio about thu conditions and ovonts in the Philippines than ho ever did. Thoy now boiiovo with Uryan Hint thu United States ought to give up tho property and establish u "pro tectorate." All authorities hero ugreo, howovor, that to maintain a protectorate would require an actual incrcaso in the stand ing uriny, with no chanco of deriving any benefits, and that should Aggy later conclude to Bell Iho Islands to boiiio European power, this country would bo in a ridiculous attitude. Tho hUiiii tion would bo equally embarrassing in ciho of Internec...

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