ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,653 items from Nebraska Advertiser, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,653 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 February 1900

1 , i t --, tjy' ji" ,5'JY":kjW " "JPSWiW?Hf,w'T'JHF """'' iewwM "yF" WpWPifPtPJlflPHf ' fef?Si ii? i ?? sy'yyi! rwMM'WiytM'i!w,i-tncwf'WttrwHmwinHi VwiMWim fHwAwnTitit tw - i - Jl.1,, fcM I .aw. -JH V it -- 7irf '? r H.OW SiS tl DCIO "? MKOSMe0aCEaB01iRO0ttBttftwauj:tfl4'jjJSttfiiSl l . . K' otOilitl, ikii iL jCl i 41i A 4 K M t M "VW' i-yvwwr j- "wmr rtT., 1' l'K v "f 4 VWWV fc U', U .t.'IHta 'tinftt'iri-. MMIXJIUPTIO.n tfl.AU I' lilt VKAlt tfsnSMr t'KILMV, KUllUUAUV 10.1000. ift-Wttik i City Id having an t'pitlumiu ut the in nut ps. The British luab In Uiu H.ier war In killed, wuiiihIihI and inio.-dtit' uoldieistB over ten thousand. --'' ' Treasurer Unlea colluded and paid over to Lht) atatu treasurer 2:1,720. 14 tX'rt ooliedcd laat eur . U will aend Tlit Ailvtt Ctser for one year and t ic Fur in .lotniul until. Jan. 1 rtt, 11)04, for only $1, U paid hi ml vnnce. Till-, oiler applies to both old null new sulttti'rUifirt. A year iiko dnnday the thermometer indicated 20 degreua bel...

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. — 16 February 1900

' Jr H I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANOKKS I'ublUlier. NEMAHA, NBHRASKA. Uj!&.J'!Ji$l$kti'ti IV FEBRUARY J900, Wed. Thur. Frl. 8 14 15 21 22 28 77F7IF!iiiiFfi?!ffi:i? Viv ?r?iv fto'ii'.fa? TOPICS OF THE DAY. KnliiriiliiK tit l'luifiio lllin. Tlio remark made by Lord Wolnc ley, during tlio Spanish war, about tlio non-effect ivu (iialtty of tho A.inor icati fire, Jh already coming' home to plague liiiti. iSmnllnut Mnn lit UltniiW William MoN'ubb, thu smallest man in lllinoiH, died at McLcansboro, that ntate, aged VJ yeans, last week. Ho wan only 38 JnehcH in height and weighed 35 pounds. IIKi;li);, Tliiiucli Kill) Mud I'lnntr. An old woman who was arrested for Btreet begging in Marquette, Mich., the other day, had in her dirty, ragged clothing $:i,M5 in hills and 11 $100 United States four per cent bonds. Wllllni; In Snrvn tlio I'niili. Ex-Clov. Wolcott, of Massachusetts, has just been made just ice of tho peace. James Monroe, by the way, was a justice of the peace after ho wa...

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. — 16 February 1900

"w pmwflpRjfj' fWK--,T."I-ll 1 "r7- "T-7" ."'-TrfcT' "ifr wtpVH 'rr U JHE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IV. W. 8ANDKKS Publisher. 3SEMAHA, NEBRASKA. FflOM A FAR COUNTRY. -What shall I ray If ho, some day returning, Shall neck thee, knowing not? Tell hlni I waited till polo death remem bered The .HCe that love forgot. If ho should ask to know thy place of dwell ing, What Hhall my answer be? aivo him the ring of gold from off my linger, Give It him silently! But If, ns with a stranger, he still questions, Say what then shall I do 7 Speak to him very gently, ns a sister, l'erchancc he suffers, tool And If no ask why silent and deserted The halls so bright before? Answer no word, but show tho lamp ex tinguished, Tho widely opened door. And lest, perchance, ho ask of thnt last hour What message must I keep? Smile In his face, and say I parted smiling! Yes, nmlle lest ho Bhould wcepl Austin South, In Sydney Bulletin. Copyright, 1895, by D. Applcton & Co. All rights reserved. CHAPTER XII. Contin...

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. — 16 February 1900

"TV7T k H i v it i j. gwyj n 'mrnwci'aiiwnwftmiyjwwwi wiiw B,irimqflyj'qamujiFw.qirwiii'J ly.l.lllMIIMU!.Sj1.WW liUHtS WHtHt ALL LLSL FAILS llert Conuh Hjrrup. Tastm Oootl. in iimfi. Mom nr nriiRKmm. Urn KWdforeMglMsftriMM jju. rr. w. kiski.iku, Nkhama Cirv, Nkkhaica. Ofllce at tint druij atore. Moiary s - : Public X.3MAHA, NICHHaSKA.. The Nebraska Advertiser it. w. n.urnnnn ribiiihtr. SunscitirnoN 81.00 PKK YKAH PLASTERER Aemu iiml Apatite work a Hpcclully. I'll, lirns IiiiIIU t'liin-f tluncluir, KiiIhoiiiIiiJiik tnl Wltowinshl.ic; ilnuu. I.mv prison, All work WHrrmiloil. ... Kcrkor & Hoover, Demur In MEATS 1Ui'.liU prions ialil for hldee, lnrd, tiulow NKM WIA CITY, NEHItASKA. TJLOrf. W. Ill ATI', proprietor of Dm livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Qootl Dray in Oonnootiou with Livory Good tIk nnd prompt survku. qtuumutuod. Satisfaction U-4MJ!) FRIDAY, FKIJHUAIIY 10,11)00. Kd KniRler returned to Nomuha Thursday night. Luthor II. Haines wont to Johnson Tuesday, loturnluf? We...

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. — 2 March 1900

W'ffih-ett 1 "" fft i-fVSW' J : ' ; T I.- J! r K VOLUME XL1Y NEMAHA, NKK11ASKA, FKIDAY, MARCH 2, 1100. XUMUEll 30 s t i - TfIW'Hb 1rW i; - r jwyaMytMB Mmwwyyii Local News See Hill & Ivt'Hlltm foi tin insiiiutice! Hnvlil tliiit4 iiiiivmiI tn Itmivtivllln ill few dujs iig. II. 1) Ueobu has moved into the new o tli i:u at the Inmtier juid. Oo to Keeling'3 diugaiote for school eujjplles, tablets, ciuyuiis, etc. Mrs. M. Snow and Zenu Snow cutne in fioin Auburn Suiutduy, tettirning Monday. Mitfrt'MIiinie M. went to Peru last butuida) where she id being treated by Dr. Cap Retd. lnvHalloi.8 aru out lor u masquerade paiiy at the opeia house b.Uimluy night ot lbit weeu. The Keeling urug store baa just re ceived t new otoeK of jewelry and w.tiulies. iiUv pi ices. Mr Fieebuin.ot Auburn, lias lented tbtt Hcintinglon pioperlj. He will woilc in tbu L'Hus nursery. We are pleased to learn llial Jamts A. Titus is leeling some bolter. Wo hope the uiipiovemenl will continue. Dade aeid returned homo...

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 March 1900

IT KJ?r -s" 'w$F iwirmw THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. BAHUKHS, l'alillilier. NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Mnrmnnlnm In tlm Hontli. President Anderson, of the South ern Mormon mission field, says tlmt tlicrc arc 1,1100 Mormons In South Car olina and J 0,000 in 11 Houthcrn states. Ilitmiln nnil Ilrltntn In Al. Ilusslu's Asiatic possessions nre now three liiniCH the size of Great Jlrltnin's, but hold only 2.1,000,000 InliiihltiuitH, compared with England's 297,000,000 nubjootB. Hlr TliomnH I.lptnn'ii I'lillfiiiMiropy. A largo stono building four stories high Iiuh been erected in London as a depot from which Sir ThomaH Lip ton will dispense food to the London poor at eont price. Now Itnllil lute Knry Ton I)y. In 1800 tlm Yoimy Mch'h ChriHtlan nsoclutlou erected new biuldlngs in tho United States at the into of one every ten days, many of them cost ing from $50,000 to $200,000. Itriulliury ICunlly th Olilnnt. The death of lllchnrd W. Thompson leaves ex-Senator JJradbury, of Main...

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 March 1900

"wy&fiqgtv 'T'E'SippWI'fiP pwjwipf F" 'dOTWflnnffli ' "tyv?r "r flffi NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANUKKS I'ublNhor. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. A SONG. There's a sweetness In the nlr When the sun Is low, And the sky Is Hushed mid bare, And tho light winds blow: While the shadows come and bo As the night doth fall. Along the misty moorland where the curlews call. There's n lady full of grace Whom I loved of yore, And the lovcllght on licr fnco Shlnoth evermore; And I long as heretofore For the night to fall Along the misty moorland where the curlews call. Dcnr love, can 1 forgot Through tho flying years Thy face nmld the fret Of their pains and tears; Nay, my hoar remembers yet When tho night doth fall Along tho misty moorland where tho curlews cull. -Ernest A. Newton. In Pull Mall Magazine. Copyright, 1805. by D. Applton & Co. All rights rcscrvcJ. CHAPTER XV. THE GIFT OF OAYAUD. The levee lasted sonic little time, ns D'Ain boise, wlio was studious of the arts of gain ing popularity, li...

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 March 1900

mnm'iiK'miml;w?mm'r ISiTWB9SMSft&StKflSKKIttBfBtt99ff9lfKKBKfW SIMRIBIIIIHRBIIIIlDlilillllllllHw!' 9EfWWEHI E'V , The Nebraska Advertiser . t K.I.VIt HHX, rtthllhr. SunnoittrnoN Sr60 Hilt YHAIl FRIDAY, MAHC1! '2, 1000. PfiOM THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. In Gamt Haoai.ai), ) Ncwro.i JsIkikI, Jan. I, ltioo. ( Dear 1'uiuih, Urotlier and Slster: I will writo yon a few lines to let you luuw that I urn wull. Tliirt In the li Uiiiriing of a now year, uinl wlint It inn) mean to the army of tin United tiltnon no man can tell. At the prenent mtc c'HH IwiH crowned our oH'urlri. Wo have li.irttiHl ttifl ciioiny tmck and beaten iliein on every hand, but utill the keep "U t bliow, and it net ma thai wo chip not conquer. Jtwt before wo landed hero there wan a hot tltflit in which lrlit ot i ur boye wore kilted, Including one lieiUtnnuit. Wo landed hem in lighters without opposition under cover of a heavey at tilery anil a btUlul 1 i.in of tho hixth infantry. Go, A Forty. fou rtli regiment is servin...

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 March 1900

ppiwpwp -if ' ' iPv7'r' rrF' -y f vr lypf'T f r ' T' 1'"V HT I '" 1 -i i ' Y mi!&wMmmjmm,v '' && i w rrAuTr Wi ft- 1 wJwJ.- IT ' iwpijai5!jS The Nebraska Advertiser U" II. S.J. it t', it . . rJThXJIUl'TION Sl.fi" l'KIt YKAll pvtWii''Ka Kill DAY. MA IK I! '2, I'.mo. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. fitMi. !. C. I Int cm Ik one of the few nllici'iH who r,u'fi ttu the Kiliplt.o ilui leel lluetltl.u IJserj uit'Uihcr of ent'jricss recrlvps 4Mi )iiclmj;ei of flower M-ttls atlijJted to the locality frcn which he enines. The ez:tr is an accomplished whis tler, anil sometimes performs varia tions on national iir- lor the enter tainment of his I climate friends. A I'htlnd'.'lphlan .lto is much afraid of draughts, has a feather suspended f I om the celling by a light silken thread. Should the feather move In the slightest degree he doesn't rest content until he llnds out where the draught comes from. Charles II. Cramp, the shipbuilder, expresses the opinion that Kn gland has readied its cl...

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. — 2 March 1900

ffWMWMWWWWIIilWMWWriWWI NO BACKING DOWN. SOME PENSION FIGURES. IT WAS LAWTON'S PLAN. NO SIMPLE UNDERTAKING. T Wwms lotuc of the Klllleult I'rolilenis Vrc- MciituU In the 'VnUUiK of the Twelfth Cpii bus. Tlio I'rmMnnt mill Oiililnnt IJimiilmouuly In fnvor of tlm Iluyl'iiiiimiifnm Tri-my ItrK'ir'Hi'V '' ('mini WiiHlilnjfloii, 1VI). !7. -Ah (here Jnive been many nuiion iibotil, I In- t titiiilo of tin nilinlniHtriition In rotfiinl o tin.' llny-l'diint'cfotc convention, It limy In Hliid'd ns (lie rcMill of enre ftil'liiciuiry tlint IIih president and tln cnblnH arc nnanlmoiiH in Hh support ; 11ml tlicy all consider It provlnloiiH tlie hvxi that cmilil have been obtained and tlie. best now obtnlnnble; that foiiKeipiently tbey all deMire Uh early ratillcut.ion; that (here in no intention of wlllidntwiiiK it, and no belief that It ean bis amended to any ifm-ul rxient without deMtroyliiK all hope of Hh rnt illeation. Kiirtlierinore. it i the opinion of fteeretarieH OIney, Day and Hay, in wh...

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 March 1900

-t f Trsyn '"w,"jr r KANSAS CITY VICTORIOUS. AN EPISODE IN BOERDOM. RING I"e Those Renders Who Are Keep Ins Vtf with the War Literature. Kntlonnl Domncrittto Convention Will lie JIutil at the Weattirn Metropolis on tlio Fourth May of July. IViiHhingtoti, Feb. 23. The next na tional democratic convention will bo held nt Knnsan City, Mo., July 4. Tliia wuh the decision of the democratic national committee which met at tho Hotel Italeigh yesterday to fix the time and place of holding the con vention. James A. Heed, prosecuting attor ney of Kansas City, made tho opening An Afrikander, trekking from Schuin's Iloogto to Palap&ie with a load of biltong halted by a fontcin nt the foot of n kloot. A Voortrekker suddenly appeared from be hind a kopje, waving a vierkleur. "OorlogI" shouted the Voortrekker. "DopP replied the Afrikander, who wa a man of ready wit. "Produce it," said the Voortrekker, "though 1 am no doppcr." The Afrikander's voorloopcr, who was speech presenting the claims of...

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. — 2 March 1900

piipiuw i 'JpilfiW-iif- - ' ' 'yy "-WFP'ti""Mi' 'j'Uffll 'i" " y"", ' www 'iwsw T OrVHJU-t iiwjjjmimjiWMW jmimcwHwiii,juiiwjminjim '. The Nebraska Advertiser DINNER. TABLE NOYELTIES. r" ,.mivmHmmmuMmMmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmm 14 CUHkS WHlKnilTLSr FAILS. , E 4 ivwt rniBU Hi rap. tmw (Jinki. uo P"J 1 In tlmn. Hold by druggist. Kl While la Now tJaoil Almont HtcIimI ly Uy Knntlilloiia lloatcanca Point of IJtlyocUc. v W. n J-VOTfY, rnhUthir. M n tr Wm . u , ! , 0 Qll. W, W. KEELING, Nkmaiia City, Nkiihaka, Olllco nt the drug store. W. W.SANDERS, Miliary : - : Public NEMAN A, NISBHaMCA. PLASTERER Acini mid A itlto wwk ii i)ccliil(.v. (JIh. tern 1'iillt. I'ltpor lliUH'inti, KiiUiimtnliiK it it WlltiwiiMH nr ilotio, Low pilJUH, All work Witiriiiituii. Kcrkor fc Hoover, Dnalcr in "m::e3.a. ts III:Ihs H'(!OK imi for lllilns, Innl, tnllow RillIM, I IP' .VEM WfA OfTY, NEHKA.SKA TIJ0.S. W. II I ATT, proprietor or the Livery & Feed Stable NEBR. Good Bray in Oonuootion with Livory (loml tIk nnd iro...

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 March 1900

r T - "V " ' ry '.gMyif .-IT" ry "$! " '" .-IIWWW""1" "-wcywmmW' .'' " (.A 'U 4- r ac fl r VOLUME XL IV NEMAHA, NEBRASKAFRIDAY, MAKCH 9, 1000. NUMBElt 37 4 ywwwJ &&!i&TKmAmimSptrrvjHn i, -A! m: . la1 . ft i JLocal News Mud, muddy, muddier, muddiest. See Hill & Keeling (or lire Insurance Jolm Kompthorne visited Auburn Tuesday.' John 0. Hoyd, of St. Deroin, gave us asocial call Wednesday. Go to Keeling'3 drug sioro for school supplies, tablets, crayons, etc. We publish some of our local matter ou one of the inside pages this weok. Mrs. Hill is having her millinery rooms ropnpered. Fred Seabury is do ihg tho work. Chris Shuck returned to Nrmaha Wednesday after a week's visit with Auburn friends, A cur load of haled hay was shipped in to Nemaha a few days ago and wax sold in Bhart order. Tho Keeling drug store has just re ceived i now stock of jewelry and watches. Low pi ices. Wm. W. Seid lias been on the sick list several days with the grip, but was able to got up town ...

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. — 9 March 1900

-mP" MMtWMVM Tf? -nwnr-r-ri'"T uMMiiMMMriMfit (ii?n'fMn rtmv lv lit Jt w KM' I te : SIBLEY'S PHILANTHROPY. Noted I'nnnnylviuiln CoiiKri'Miniin 1 Dlvld- litB Ills tfnlury Anionic lrlvn llnnpltiihi, ICurli In llco.lvi) :.',()()(). Franklin, Pn., March 4.- Shortly af ter the election Hon. .locsph Sibley, as conyrcHHinnii from the Twonfy Hcvcnlh district, announced tlml, lie would dividi' IiIh salary for his form between tin" fhf hospitals in IiIh iIIh triet. In fulfillment of this promise the officials of the projected hospital in this city have received n cheek for $1,000 from Congrensiiiuit Sibley, und u eheelc for t lit; sumo, amount wiih re ceived by oneh of the hospitals at Oil Clly, Warren, lirndford and Kane. At the end of his term ene.i hospital will have received $2,000. While Mr Sib ley repreHented the Uric-Crawford dls trlet lie took similar action with IiIh Kulary, dividing it anion,' the. labor organizations of t lie district. SENSATIONAL CHARGES. AnonymoiM I.ctliT HikihIv...

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 March 1900

- irr -twTT -n irj"wf, .-- fi'KWrip'T-Wrr-Tm "W '"W" '"TwWI!''HWTm?9 T '"nWW"'' V r BRITAIN'S G-EEAT JOY Relief of Ladysmith Thrills the Empire as Never Before. Bnller Fie lit Ilia Way to the City That lluil tlctin llnmnina Up fur Months Unrrlion Wm on tha lturder or HtHTTntlon. London, March 2. The war office linn received the following from Gen. JSullcr: "Lyttlcton's hcndqunrtcrB. March 1, 0:05 morning. Uen. Dundonald, with the Nainl carbineers and a comnoHitu regiment, entered Ladysmith last night. The country between me and Xiudysmith is reported clear of the enemy. I nin moving on Nelthorpe." Tim GnrrlRon'n l'ltlfut 1'ilcliU London, March 2. The following in the text of a Inter dispatch from Gen. IJuller: "Nclthropc, March 1. I have jnat returned from Lndysmith. Except u small guard, north of Surprise hill, tho whole of tho enemy lately be sieging the town have retired in hot haste, mid to tho south of the town the country is quite clear of them. Tho garrison were on half a pou...

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 March 1900

i f, PT fc UM i .im f The Nebraska Advertiser VT, W. NJt.YiUlittt, fnblltlur. SunSUIlll'TION 01.60 1'Kll TICAK FKLUAY, MAItOH 0, 1000. Local jlSTgws TIiobIx wucka of gtoundliog weather ifl Glided. Wo had rain, snow and Blcot Sunday night and Monday. Goorgo Lindsey liaa moved Into tlio MoNincli liouao in the western iurt of town. Dim Muxwull, who has rented hia father's fariii, tlio old John Jinnies place, movod in from Auburn Friday of last week. Jiy an nriangomuiit made last Satur day Jt. I Jirown tukrH only a third Jn tereat iu the atoro of Andoraon & Iirown. Mr. Andoraon ro-jervto two tlilids interest. Lloyd Jtoytio has sold his feed store to a Mr. Jl ayes, of Aspiuwall, who will take po'JMt'sslon soon Jjloyd oxpocta to go to Oklahoma soon, with tlio rest of the Roybo's Hrownvillo Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Wade, of Crab Oi chard, returned homo Tuesday after a week's visit with their brothcrn-. luw, L. H. Merritt. Mrs. Moirittand tho liitlo girl went hoitio with thorn. A letter...

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 March 1900

9WMWf fwlff "WW ' " E THltPIP vpr- vjfywrF"""! ' w Hff" 'ffP.f Wfl r WT'y ,-j ' vyy i p r Y r The Nebraska Advertiser Sihsoiuption 8i.M pku ykau K HI DAY, M AltOU . 1000 EAGLES AND THEIR PREY. AOIanl Hlrd WhiKiltni'e iijm iinpiilly ' during .Innies itus-m-ll Lowell's term ns for tlic PnitticonlnnN Ki minister to (J runt ltrltnln, one dn.v vis- come P,.tlntit. , ited the museum of the l!oni College I of Surgeons. He ieved the vnriuus Tliore is lit the Batumi History mil- ' imucimens with admiring Interest, and M'Utii a model of the fcluiil of an eagle would doubtless have left the building ho gigantic that the Imagination enn. most favorably impressed if curiosity Konrecly tit it Into the life of this planet had not attracted his attention ton at nil. certain du&t-covered skull lying un- The whole head is larger than that ' cared for in a long-forgotten oor of an ox, and the heal: resembles a pair ' ner. lie adjusted his glasses and leaned of liydrnulia ihctirs. Unlike most of fo...

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 March 1900

"T 'v-wtfyfi'wffrf KfUCrVW HP-!1 , ; ' K.',. tv H, THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANOKKS I'tibtUlmr. mm NEMAHA, NBMIASKA. 3 FEBRUARY 1900. l2 S3- g Sun. Mon. Tuo. Vod. Thur. JFrl I 2 i20 J2 22 23 6 z o sa rd 4 in jfl 18 4 25 1 WF,iRi.tf.s,iW.s: TOPICS OF THE DAY. Hciiiik Arn Nnvnr ulll,ilt Rome mon arc novor satisfied. Tlie editor of Hit ilufwilo Express wanlH Tenia to invoiit a way to telegraph without. expense iih well iih without wires. Illirnrmit In rlmnn I.nnilltlns. The Httitomont that the per capita in tlie United Sfntes 1h ahout $25 pro vokes a Kinile in Montana, where it 1h at leaat. .$250 daring u Kenatorial cam paign. Ili'RKliii; friiin Mrn. I.uwttin. When Mrs. Lawton readied San Francisco she found several hundred letters hogging for loans and gifts from the fund raised for her and her children. Illicit) Hum' Customers. Khssia conies to the United States to borrow money as well as for locomo tives and other machinery. Uncle Bain's customers include nearly every body who ...

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 March 1900

TTT'v"'7r'T F V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER (V. W. BANUKKS, 1'qblUlier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- DARLING. So oft, tny friend, you speak of her, It bids my Inner being stir. And who Is darling, this 1 pray? A r.untiy child, a bud of Mny, Whose laugh nnd shout and cherub face, At every time, In every plnce Arc of your heart Its sweet employ In this your darling, this your Joy? All no! I sec It Is In truth A maiden In the growth of youth, An lovely as u morn In June, There nenrce could bo u sweeter boon; Kxpectaney upon her face, And joy and hope ndd dimpled grace; The dowdrop clearness In her eye, An blue nnd soft ua yonder sky. .My darling Is not thus, nh not Jlr.r eye It hath no lustrous glow, Her brow bears marlts of age and cure, XAkc symbols, too, her cheek doth wear; He.r hands are trembling, pallid, weak, Her Htcps her feebleness doth npeak, Jlcr voice hns qunVcr.s In Its tone, The verge of life by her Is won. Anil yet to mo moro passing fair Thnn sunny child or maiden are That faco'whero...

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 March 1900

'W pjwEp rwrrqipYTpiryiQKTfmrri hdwut--" ""-? -sf fffljpu1 '? W IK "WW?!?1 "TO f! w i i, SHU & Mf? - 7 ii !' sr ai i& V v v4 r $ to Sft I. ft.' t i . twina"a;;cM'j.'r"'' " m '-"ww .iwiuhji"!U" Miuy;r?l!!S!i'''!!?"w)g!! FASHIONABLE FINERY. H nrt Cough Hfrtip. TMtraOood. cn El In llnm. PoM by rtrnwtlsu. cl pit. W. W.. KEELING, Hkhaiia City, Nbiskaka. Onico nt tlifl drug store. The Nebraska Advertiser I-. tt HJUVIHWH, rulilltlur. Jansaiiti'TioN 81.60 run TKAH FHIDAY, MAKOII , 1000. W. W. SAWDERS, Notarv i - : NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. Kerker & Hoover, T)onior in MEATS lllirlioHtprlccn paid forhldon, lnrd, tallow irnmo, olc NEMAHA CITY, NE Hit ASK A. T110S. W. UIA'JLT, proprietor of the Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in Connection with Livory Good rigs nnd prompt aorvlco. BntlBfnctlon guurnntcutlt O-iUi-W) Notioo for Hoaring Claims. In the county court of Niimuliii county, Ne braska. In tlio matter of Mm estate of Mury Bkccn, docoasod. Notice Is lioroby given Hint ...

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