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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 April 1900

il -.-I, . H ,- ), W jrjp T'"WilflJTt!,'X,"f pr T r r -i w Tho Nebraska Advertiser J .Vrff., rNMIir, ' AT.rLtt L lT.r "! ilifiiiiiFiflliKiinirfiMTi ITTi iiwail i wF irr' 11 "'Tfi """" wr tffc'TiM'-- - Tyn , 3 . .-. . "--" jy i V - - , ,i -- - i n ! PURlllntto AtllRIHnr. All (Hit I A l" 1 1 1 T leiulfla tOlOlllU IttKc Trtiiiud nlliffiitcrft utv nn huiovntion. itilviitituuti of tl unpruccdi'iilfil i;lnlt Tim tlflfnUklMlinl n'OlHrVII hrlVii iitan ! as LilltIKU Hlllrt"Vtr ItIV (III I II I VI I ill IU11. 11(1 VII it- jirofcHfcional Irnhirm linvo gotten olnir fnr ns stul whirl) play musical in- . ,. MMiMJlMPTinN IVWVM'i Sl.fi I'KH V, Ut F1!).Y. AlMilL IJJ. UltiO WIT AND WISDOM. 1 lit' ninn wlio does not know la al vhh ifudipst to toll. Ham's Horn. The Iohh n btisliu'its man advertises tin? more time he has to balance his neeounts. Lhieago Daily News. A St. Louis man has been Jailed for mil! tig his wife a "rubber-nock." When he heard the sentence he re marked: "Well, i swanl" N. Y. l'l'CH...

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. — 13 April 1900

"",TW"'-' tj s "jprf ' V f" . 3l' "V!)5(I'HW ' V wmwonnmnmii hij iwjnu.vi I If ' W K ,r? THE MEBRASKA ADVERTISES W, AV. HANI)Klt, I'lititlatinr. NEMAHA, NKMIASKA. ATKiAl?!.'. APRIL J 900. Sal. f? 3 0i 4l 3 no lIPIiRFvK??? TOPICS OF THE DAY. Altriiiiliiiiro lit (inrimtii Unlvcmltlo". In the ill German universities at present there are R.'l.-ia.l students. The largest number, (1,151, Ih ut Ilcrlln, Munich luiH 1,011), nml Lclpsiu :i,481. Oiirmi Victoria' Crnut DWttiirtlon. Queen Victoria has more descendants than any other ruler In Kurope. She , has seven surviving children, .'12 grandchildren and X grent-grnnd- children. Will Umiulro Twnuty Million Dollar. To complete the University of Chi cago In all i(H depiirtincntH accord ing to the plans of Dr. Harper will require a total endowment of over $20,000,000. Dentil of u Not oil Hnlillnr. Gen. Jlenry llnrndcn, wlio died at Madison, Win., the other day, wiik the commander of the detachment which captured .lelVerson Uavhi. During the reb...

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. — 13 April 1900

t " ' T8' fw ir;iewT" rnWWWS'pFWiS y Y i wiuw 11 Htwwwrii THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER U. W. 8ANOKKS I'ii1i1l)ipr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WRECK. Across the night u prny moon fell Through burs of shifting cloud, to pet Where Iron reef nnd while v.avo mot Sullenly at the doors or hell. It saw the great ship's dying t'liroe, As one with dim, drawn face, who sees A dumb beast In Its agonies, And may not help, nnd cannot go; And, peeping ntlll from wind-wrought caves, It watched amid the swirl nnd strlfo Unlovely atoms, each it life, Tossed on the uproar of the waves. Sick to the heart with fear untold Of thnt mad slaughter half descried, It crept behind a cloud, nnd died. Then the blade night was Icy cold. Inst, out of chnos calmly bright, Day dawned, nnd, with a greeting roar, Triumphant ocean Hung to shore Ills broken playthings of the night. Sydney Bulletin. Copyright, 1805. by D. Applcton & Co. All rights reserved. CHAPTER XXI. TiiK nnscuE op angiola. Tlic next day, as tin: big gun fr...

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. — 13 April 1900

Ksmmi-i. h i r;; r r & f M V s I ; . 11 ! ". frl- jK, li I Kir''' mxiwM twAnrrnMtmrm..ia.tv Jin ttUMiirttmmmHma.iaHmwmn wtm Mm mnwuiui i&asL 9jL1lWh1 I'tiUii WlUUf All HU I All S. rAtnR Bui finish Hrrnu. TAtttvi (KhxL UM in llntr. hold nr nrumnw. l.v.D-j.rirml Kerkcr & Hoover, Dunlur In MHEATS HUiioit price jmlil forhMoH, Inrtl, tallow Itiiiui, etc" NBMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. TIIOS. W. UIATT, prnprlutor ortlie Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NE R. Good Dray in Oounootion with Livory (J 00(1 rlgt and iruni)it nervlcu. Ciiiirniitec'd. Satisfaction U-HMCJ Ordor of Iloaring and Kotico on Fotition for Sottloniont of Account. tn tluu'otttity ciitirt of Noinnhn county, No luiiMkii, l'o Arinlmla A. Kront, Quo mo A. IIiiiiIch, Hh th I). Craxlur, Mary (J. Kruxlur, Allmi W It uiUh, Clliilnn C. llaiilCH, William T. HanltH. J.iiiicm.S. II.IUUH anil HaltlnK Maxwell, anil in nil p-THiiiiH Inrcirt'tilort In tluiuntaln of Mo ( IJatlltvilucuakert. Not leu Is luuoiiy kIvoii Mint NIcIioIiih II...

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. — 20 April 1900

TF "4,(IWt4MJE ' 'fWJ 'CW ps. Lc y VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AVR1L 20, 1)00. NUM1HJK 43 ilffw!''Ff vF" 4 PUP. wll!3PWIHWriSWiHHHH'rc''lWHnHHBIB'Hli t . -A. A JLocal News Warm went her. Farmers are very busy. Seo Hill & Keeling for lire Insurance Who will start u bank in Nemaha? See Keeling a uhw stork of wallpaper. Tlio prospects aru lluu lor a big fruit ciop. Mia li. A Muiick returned from Johnson Tuesday. Mis. it. I Brown and aim wont to P.nvuoe City Friday. Mrs. Maud Lemon returned to liiuwnvillo last Saturday. County Commissiuner John S. Ste vensou gave ua u ouuial call last Fri day. Several Indians passed tluough town Wednesday on their wuj to South Dai kotu Henry beid was able to come to town Thursday for the lirst time in several weeks. Willie Yates went to HrowriTllle last Saturday to visit his sister, Mis. Maud Lemon. Wo print' on one of the inside panes n poiiruit of Congressman Elmer J. liurkett. The Royal Highlanders will hereaf ter meet in the Masonic ha...

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. — 20 April 1900

tf ir THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V. HANOICIIN, l'titillnhrr. NEMAHA, - - - - NI3I1RASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Hlmiillly Aliirchtni; I'firwitnl. Tlie ICnyllKli 1iiiikiiii,'(5 liuirclicH on steadily. A ncwHpiipcr uomltictctl by Ainut'icaiiH Jiiih been Htnrlcd In JJaiifj hole, Slum, and IS at this .'10 printing ofllocs in thai city ubo KnyliHh type. I'lmiL .Morn Trn'. It Ih Raid that -100 ueron of timber nro destroyed in t ho United StateH every day in the year, and an Ui1b Ih tree-plant iiiff time the fact, ought to be given j)raetieal eoiiHideration. riimiiiit Sound for Iroliiml. I'ntriek I., emperor of (J rout. Urit iin, would have a pleasant Hound for Ireland. The yoiuigont won of the diiho of York is near enough the throne, to tnako this title an eany jioh Hibility. Wlint Vn Mly Hiicf to Kriir. fJen. Cronje and his asHoeiato prin oner.s have arrived at St. Helena, and 5n a few days we may expect, to liear that the old war horno Iuih taken' )oh KCHHion of the inland and driven the Ur...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 April 1900

p "! ff -yr f y$FlWl mww.'viii WPpjl r Y THE MEBBASKA APYERTISER V. V. HANDKItS Iublllier. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. IN A MUSIC SHOP. In u dim corner of the .shop, Willi none bill mice to innrlc, The weary old tc-zlther hung, Korirotten by tho dark. Tho cobwebs hid Its outworn cnse, Dlmmrd with tho anxious years; Tho Httlngs t hut little hands had pricked To laughtor moro than tears. (And didst thou hope, a music toy, Kor slumber? Nay, mvnlto! Tho heart of music has no rent Until Its cords musi break.) Without, among tho violins Tho mnstcr-handH hud wrought, It hoard tho muster-music volco Its own unuttered thought, .Like some poor bird of halting song Way-worn, with broken wing. "Watching the lark lly up thtough heaven, Uvcr to fly and sing. To little old toy-Instruments Nor rest nor sleep belong; Only to feel with helpless strings Eternal stress of song. And oven there, adaze with dust, Too old and worn to sing, The message of the viols sot Its voice a quivering. Thou weary little zither,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 April 1900

mfit 33p!BB3MSrc SSHffSHI KL' ,..V'...li;,''WMWf 'IHU'WIWI" mpuOlilllllnWHWiH.W1lMlWtWtMIlllimHtl'JJMJJ II ! lmmUWl.JVlBltVJUfcWt.gt I. REPUBLICAN, Jr. 2SMH. Htundiird niul rcgitorcd liny horse, years old, Hi hand-; high, weighs 1 100 If in tidti. Sired hv! Republic-mi ":I'J; half brother to I'.il I... l!:l'. D wti, Sadie Vf.ni by T.il-vora .:!(); Jiml dinu JJuUiy Trotwood by McMiilmii i!:l!l. r CLOSING OUT OUR LUDWICK ?;r jMM0f4fwi ? Mr ft h It... i j B IF 1- ' m ih'r H f4 iK.'tf, 8 i id h. Standard mid registered buy horse .'I )ihh "'Id, 10 luiiidri high, weight 1200 pound. Sired hv Put I 2(W. Dam Sndie Vera byT.iliivrniLIO; iind duni Hotsy Trotwood liy McM.ihon li.i.1. Will make tile season of 1000, nx ocp', Saturday, nt home, Maple Ridge Stock Kn nil, !J miles Houtlioiut of llotvo, N-'br., ul 10 lo insure. T. IL.JOiNIOS, Owner, HOWE, NBIitt. WANTKD-tfl.VKIt.YI. I'KIWON'W FOIt IJI8 trlcl Olllrn Jl.ili u 'h III UiIn MmIii lo l(l iincnl me In Hull own mill iu loiiiiillin,' couiitli...

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. — 20 April 1900

p mwf FT v ' '! ?' aff,"3 .iWiffmiiHnHWP FJIltAift'aBlg ViiUaii WHKlWMMWBraK ? raBHiasasasa'MHsHffllwu" 'Skf WW - f " " ' Jir T 9BR9PI7lrDH Y A - Tha Nebraska Advertiser M U-CJUll'TION 81.60 ri'it yi'.ah KKIDAV, APRIL '20, ifpou STRAW GE EATING CUSTOMS. t.oiur nnd Miort 8rrctciiltiK im nn Ad Jtmot til CuttYc In Southern Tvnnvftftuc. :!LJ'J11 'I' ' ... ONLY ONE TREE IN SQUARE. It la iMrf.4ttf ygl',.!L,Tl pwgrrny apJLl PERSONAL AND LITLl-iAUY. IjMtrc Knonivli, Hmrpver, FnriiUli Simile for Alt Who i:ntpr. to Talk about hi range eating customs In Kt.aiijjc binds, said Promoter IMm liy. I'll beta lint 1 can iok upas tnany t.ncaitn.v table habits between here and the Mississippi rher as ,vou ean find In China and ihe Malay archipelago put .i,v.ther. When I say that I'm not thinking of naked, grasshopper-eating Di'Syr Indians, if there are itny Digger Indians east of the Mississippi, but of .cspeetable, Clod-fearing participants in what's called our glorious American civilization. Last mon...

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. — 20 April 1900

JIPfTPF wwwMGUjpippi Frllfjf(ll.!iJ II I "vpiupwiit HW"lllf 'I' WIJW1, 'd1 'j vf wjw",:ffi' w LMIIPJUMllWIJUHJIMlgUt'TVJaiWrrrJOW7 w K &, WOULD PROVOKE LAUGHTER. John J. IiiriOU I'rnitlnti Tlmt Ailinltul Downy Will Not Itnrnlvn n Vot In Klthor Niilloniil Convrnll Tuohoii, Av!, April IT.. ICx-Konnior John .1. Ingulls. v.Iio has been upend ing llii' win I or in Tucson for Iho ben cllt of bin lio.'illli, Iiiih lout none oT his old-lime nliiirpnir.H of loiigue or been lntorput, in innllorH politlonl. Con cerning ho Dewey candidacy, whrn interviewed horo, ho wild: It In unfortunate for the fnnr of Dewey thnt he did not remain Indefinitely nt Ma nllii. Tlio perspective, wan frnrtfly to bin udvuiitiiKc, p.nd dlalftiiro lout oncluintinont to llii! view. Ho wnn n hero nt Miuilln, hut over since he landed In Nov Vol I: the hrun and nawdimt has boon running out of lilm. Kvcrythlng ho liua said und doii'i has mink lilm nliadlly In iiuhllc oHtlinu tlon. All his iittrriinem have horen chonp, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 April 1900

T '71 'r-THymn7Mf-'T' m" "yff", " J -T-f7T.' "i - ,iTt nwr7 ' f SW' Y Y 1 y AWFUL CONDITION OF INDIA. No t.rn Tlmti 'Inn Million Native l'rnctt- cally Stnrvlnjj Delimit! Siiiniton Do- Hcrllii'H tlin Munition. London, Arril 10. Nothing but tho absorption of the public. interest by the wiir pre. cuts the terrible condi tions now prevailing in Imliu from cre ating n treinendous .sensation. At tho present time no less than 10,000,000 natives nre practically starving and wholly dependent on government re lief for the means of sustaining life. Donald Snienton, a member of the. -vice, regal council, who recently re turned from a tour in the central and western part of India, describes tho situation thtr: "For hundred of miles not a single stalk of corn or even dry stubble was seen, nor yet a blade of green pasture. There was no water except in the larger rivers and streams. The deepest tanks and res ervoirs, which have never been known to run dry, are now dry as a rock. Tho whole country i...

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. — 20 April 1900

t r -v mnaavvra The Nebraska Advertiser STORY HAS A GOOD MORAL. O B1 tJmmh Hrop. Tmim (JixmI. Uo 11 If m I HI' r H w w ,?v k B. Kerker & Hoover, Hunter In TVCIE.A-TS HlttlinHt prlcoM jmlil forliltlcH, Innl, tnilow g ,11111), I'UV NEMAHA ClTYr, NEBRASKA. Til OS. W. II I at r, liropriutor of tlie Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in Ooimoction with Llvory Good tIk nntl )romjit ecrvlco. HatlHfnctlon juiirniituud. U-MMM Tl. V. W. KEELING, NicstAHA City, Nkihiaka, Ollloe at tint drug Btoro. W. W. SANDERS, , H.1.Y1MHH, fiir, SUIISUllU'TION $1.(0 I'EU TKAIl Fill DAY, APRIL 20, 1000. J. II. Duiidas, manager of thu Au burn chautauqua, nnuouneaa the date of the nsKumbly will bo from August I th to lUth, inclusive. Tho nsaomblj will 1)0 hold in thu city park, nnd will consist, according to tho circuhir, of "twenty-llvo soriuoiin, lectures, debates nuil musical entertainments, besides hours for criticism andcoinmondntion, chorus, recitations, declarations, drills, choir alngi...

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. — 27 April 1900

"xfuf.1; "w 'J" ', rTI',r,,TT,lf, ,58W7 ,rvi'""t.'Tt$,nr' -fvt"Fpr V" r - r r ' y TOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1900. NUMUKU 44 ST?Tw?r-nflw lelfalfa w i Y l.jji'3iijiirifirTiii win1 i'ii "iV"! irtigwy"i-AwwS5 Local !N"ews Mudd roads. Good pasture. It has ruined six diiya this week. See Hill & Keollng for Arc Insurance Who will start a bank In Nemaha? Dr. W. I. Seymour, Eye, Ear, Nose nud Throut. Deputy Shurilt Hughes wus in towa Wednesday. John Leslie moved to Glen Rock last Saturday. Tom Hiu.t has had the top put oh the hack again. Itev. E. S. Murphy cuino in from Auburn Thursday. Attorney M. S. Melninch was in from Auburn Tuesday. A cur load of salt just rccoived by Gilbert & McCandlesa. It rained Sunday and Monday and Tuesday aud Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Mattie Clark Grate camo down from Omaha Monday on n visit to her parentB, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clark. William Danlolo is having tho old house on his farm remodeled and fitted up for his daughter, Mm. ...

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. — 27 April 1900

fc ". f t: . TO CONVERT NON-CHRISTIANS. tirnnt Kiiimioiilcml Onforiinro Opmioil In Now York Ulvo Iniiifitim Hi I'lir- nlRii MlnHloiiury Work. New York, AjiriTsW.- Willi tin ox prcsidcnt of the United States, Hen .imniii JIiirriHon, to bid them welcome, thoro wero gathered Saturday In Car negie 1ml I mure lli.'iii !,()( mbmlonuric.i from almost every quarter of tlio globe. J-'or ten years preparations have been nmler wny for this meet ing, known tin "Tlie Kcunienietil Con ferenee on Foreign Allusions." II l. the third of its hind ever held. Kvcry branch of the Christian chinch Im rep resented except the Uonian Catholic and thu (ireel;. Thu 1'rotentant, foreign missionary i;o(:letlt!H of the world Kpend about $15, 000,000 a year to advance their worlc. That Ih exclusive of the money ex pended on missions In liiiglimd and Aiuerlea. Kvcry eent of thin viih. hiiiii in Used to convert non-Christians to Christianity. This great, work was lirnl started In tlie close of the clgh teeiith cent...

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. — 27 April 1900

w - -v , n- "tfFWJ y i .BlM"l-.WS'i'9'93393!9'B9i&A T .11 fX si , ru S9 Double Trouble The complication of SPRAINS and BRUISES Is n vcrv Fore trouble, but doubly, or separately, an sprain or bruke, there Is no remedy known the equal of t Jacobs Oil forn PROMPT, SURE CURE e6-e-e-&e&e&&6-&e-e-g-&e6e-e t til 5? Ml til) to vv to rii 45 UV V to v .v A SMART LAWYER'S MISTAKE. Mulcted Ilia I'artnern In n Deal Uul They Afterward Got 13 veil. A well-known Maine attorney is especially noted for his keenness in looking out for the best end of every bargain and lor his ability in getting hold of that end. It has made him unpopular in some circles has that trait of his! On one deal not long ne,o he was in with a couple of friends men ot wealth and stand ing, bays the Lewistpn (Me.) Journal. Uusi ncss was good the first year. There was a generous division of profits. But the lawyer wasn't satisfied with what was coming to liim, share nnd share alike with the others. Af...

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. — 27 April 1900

a 'T W1J14rt-i'"'i'-"J-MHg' I l.lWWpiB R iV REPUBLICAN, Jr. 2934?. Standard and rrpnteroi bay borne, 6 yeare Id, JGhkadj-lutli.-wulirtii'llW ponndf. Sired by R.epnblx:a 2 WJ; itW brntber t Pat L., WJ. Dana, Sadie Vp.ru by Talnrura 2 W i'nd dam Betty Trot wont! by McMubon S:13. LUDWICK 32673. Ris Nebraska AdTerUser "Q" " " W. V SAXPEES, Publisher. FtrruT Anai, n, J Wis GI7IKG A MAS A CHAKCZL it tut uf Hint, Is TU libit, not A osmnnEiifting oiriur wbo ba r,tnd aed Iranian nature., be iALl.ea, -will ot uautnonally analie. a briHianl brt-wbes Standard and registered bay borael be pvw a men wbut i nailed a "obanM auy Xbe Quiver. Tne Sollow Ing iliactriitive cane wai. i.old to xne by lie oolontil wbo tried lit expurimuzit. Oni day, wbun out for a waIk,beTuel a 2iiisi of lrii regiment wbo tm only too well Imown t bim on ucocnmt of hi. S year old, 36 "bund bicb, wrijrbt 3 3(0 ponaflh. Sired by ?ut L. 2 ( Dum 5udi Vera by Taluveru 2:80; 2nd dum Betty Trotwood by Mc.M.ubon Hill, TTdll mate th...

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. — 27 April 1900

rn W y A 21 r "Bcattaarer-r The Nebraska Advertiser imrtitiwr wyfVf'.' mjpnnpLWHiiyjjypwi 'rftsrersr "T4ZZZ2iTliyfl':iV'ttZTZZIVl! W. r. SANDERS, Publisher. JJ KlllDAY, AlMUI, 27, 1000 THE KILLING OF WHALES. There In Little of HTcltciucnt or UaiiKvr In tlie Pursuit ns It In .N'imv Cnrrlctl On. Dr. Fretlericlc W. True, of the Smith sonian institution, who litis just spent two months in wluilc hunting in Green buy, ou the northeastern coust of New foundland, reports tin interesting ex perience. He wns sent out by the in stitution to study the ilshbnck whale nnd of the 98 animals caught nil but 11 were of this variety. The story-book romance has gone entirely out of whal ing as pursued by the Newfoundland ers. There Is no frnil whalcboat, with tho grizzled old harpoonor in the bow to strike the whale, but instead a lit tle stenm craft and n powerful gun. The gun throws a lnrge iron har poon, with croBsarnis which lie against the shaft until It strikes u Bolid body and then project out ...

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. — 27 April 1900

aw I WmWWP"1? 'WWiHW i-WWl1!- Il"l" ? 'IM''Wfii " umb""' fWn piWifipppW" fifty! r ,tt ." 1 If t ?.f rP THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES W. W. HANDICKH, I'tiblMbfir. NEMAHA, NEURASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Out III Moiifijr'H Worth. In the. last 17 ycara the. United BtatcH lia.M KpcnL $10l,100,iaa on (lie now navy, and everybody 1h Hiilfnflcd tlmt Uncle Sam Iiiih got IiIh money'fl worth. Drpow'i Kniniirkuliln Htntanmnt. Senator Depow expressed 1 lie opln Ion recently Unit, had there been n huoccxni'iiI national university nt Washington CO yearn ago there would have been no civil war. Ilimxlit mill lliii Miiior Htmlnnm. The government monopoly of the ll(iior IiiikIiichh whieh UiihkIii began to Introduce In J805 now extends to W't illstrletH. The prolltH last year amounted to 321,000,000 rubles. Kilillilt from Wt Imlli-K. Charleston, S. C, will hold next year a South Carolina Interstate and West India exposition. The Cuban and Porto Klcnn depart lnents will 1-e largo und crowded with novel attracti...

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. — 27 April 1900

"Twrvrr''" i 0 i m -.-..I V. XV, 8ANDKKS, 1'ublltlicr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. CONFESSION Whom do 1 love? And munt I tell. Sweetheart, the whole list through? I lovenow let mo think n spelt I love well, I love you I Nay, don't protest and hide your face Dear met and blushes, tool And Is It, then, n sad disgrace, .My own, that I love you? One day you oamo n-vlsltlns My henrt: no doubt you knew "You entered without knock or ring. And stayed; so I love you. Tou'ro not so very large, and still, I fear mo It Is true That In myuheart no other will I-'Ind place while I love you. .."So here's a kiss a new-slgncd lease; Thus love' shall aye renew Your freehold In my heart, and peace Shall reign, for I love youl Chicago Dally Record. Copyright, 1895. by D. Appleton & Co. All rlchts reserved.) CHAPTER XXin. Continued. As wo sat down to breakfast, the chevalier explained that he had made a further search for the letter, but in vain, "1 ought to have told you," I said, "I havo found it." "Where?" ...

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. — 27 April 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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