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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 May 1900

w-f '3TT7 rW7","i7,e ';r?-rr ( r-' XsKsKXsStsG-s y VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1000. NUMJJFK 4G mmakmtwmtmamttifmtmmtM'tYK mjJuhJajr&hiuaimmjMm 'XWfMNM llilMllWiiiTniiirt Q7 W V - m JL.ocal News ieamw.jii'J)iii j-j ua See 1 1 1 1 & Keeling for lire insurance Who will start ii bank in Nemaha? District court Is now in session in Auburn. Mrs. Alice A. Mlulek, of Hrowu villa visited Nemaha trieids Tuesday. Ed Harriott and .John Helton, bf Hrosvnvlllc. gave us a call Tuesdiy. Thursday morning was cool enough to render Urea necessary for comfort. Lewellyn Corey, of Omaha, is visit ing his brother-in-law, Seymour Howe. Miss Annie Morton came in from Auburn Wednesday, returning Thurs day. Drs, Seymour and Cox, Eye, Ear, Nosoand Throat, 1210 "K" St. Lincoln Neb. Miss Florence Minick's school, in Aspinwall precinct, closed Friday of this week. There was considoinlile float Thurs day morning, but not enough to do much damage. I) C. Miller came in Irom Auburn Wednesday ...

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. — 4 May 1900

Wrr wsppr'FW8ppir M TTTSfW itpj; i v - ,iff?3jpr' fWTWSf" "A I. 1 m . M THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HAN DICKS rnlillilmr. NKMAIIA, - - - - NHIIRASKA. mJ!ltSkS!!&khS3lkbS!k MAY J900. Sal. 12 19 26 27 '& q&WWW'WWWW'liMiW&'ll&'ii TOPICS OF THE DAY. I'licln KmiiM IIIrIi C'r.illt. Undo Sam's new two per cent. 1)oik1h are quoted at 101, which estab lishes ii record of liltfh credit never reached by any other nation. (1km, ('rnnji)'rt HrltMi NVphmv. Gen. Cronje has u nephew h( inlying for u i)rofesslonal career in London who Iiiih become u llritlsh Hiibject and wIiohu sympathies aru all with IiIh new country. America Cim Supply Thiim. It Jh migfjested that agricultural missionaries are needed In India to put an end to the famines. America can Htipply the best men for the pur poso and the best machinery. I)ll it Winniiii Wrltii It? T'rof. ilurnoclc, a Hcrlin theologinn, Iiiih come forward with the startling theory that the epistle, to the Itomans was written by a woman...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 May 1900

".TWV " ' y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HAN I) KKH, Valiltitier. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. THE DEBUTANTE. Here In her tlnlnty chamber On the Btiow-whltc boil it lies, The dress that brought such u sparkle Of Joy to her violet eyes. A wonder garment fashioned In yards upon yards of lace, With knots of silvery ribbons To fasten the folds In place. Go lay It away forever In the sweet, dead leaves of tho rose, With tho fan and tho fairy slippers, The glove3 and tho silken hose, Tho bodice, too, that wns fitted To her girlish and graceful shape, And, heavy with frosty fringes, The long white opera, capo. For Madge she Is done with dancing, And tho pleasures and pains of life; No bnbo shall call her mother, And no man call her wife. For below In tho darkened parlor, With her slender feet unshod, She lies on a couch of lilies, All dressed for tho Court of God. Minna Irving, In Tho Puritan. Copyright. 1895, by D. Arpleton & Co. All rlchts reserved. CHAPTER XXIV. Continued. T borrowed an arq...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 May 1900

;i i w " i w ' " rTvrt n - n r ' AU fc fc Kt m ill ? e in 11 fis uiUMija 2K ""-'JiiK Mwaumwwiniwil'WWW m imwigJW. i MWWHH Ug REPUBLICAN, Jr. 29348. Standard and registered bay horse, flyouisold, Hi bands high, weigliHllOU pounds. Hired hv UoptibllcMii 1!:H1; llf hrotlHT to Put L., 1!:U. Dum, Suilia Voni ty Tula vera ".:); ami im Uotsy Trotwood by MeMahon 12: 1 . LUDWICK 32673. Standard nnl registered bay homo a .years old, 10 hntnU high, weight V2(X) pound. Sireebv Put L. 2:09. Dntn Sadie Vera hv talavnra H.JIO; 12ntl dam iletfy Trot wn'od by McMnhon 2:21. Will mako the loason of 1900, t ex cept Saturday, at home, Maple Ridge Stock Farm, L'J tnllcA smilhonit of Howe, Nehr , at $10 to insure. T. Jr. JONES, Owner, HOWE, NKim. The Nebraska Advertiser W. Nr. SAXDKKS, Publisher. V itt day, May I, loot) CURIOUS WHEAT PROBLEM. NOTES FOR THE HOME. Vnrlou" Ileum of l)iinicllo Which Mny Ho INnunl of Vnlue. Iioro w rAXTKn-SKVKUAi.ri:soso fok nis. trlct onicu.Mun.ini rw In Mils t-Ule to rep- ji...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 May 1900

' r j. Tf? -mpmfpwr wQw?Fy - swipw (; wj,Tr? Tpnyj RT"."' ." i. r -jiuLjEIg Tho Nebraska Advertiser V. V. SANDERS, Publisher. P Friday, May l, moo. PHOYINaEENEFACTOR K. W. I. H15Y.MOITK DUINO MUCH I (lOOI). Jltl7on Piitlontn unil I'utrorn An 1 tciuiUMl Ituslilnl of Lincoln (llvtn tlio L'l limit Axsuruuro of l'ursoiiul Itcllof for Ills Ilyus. Lincoln State Journnl. Tho fear "of loss or permanent lm ciinni'iit of tho oyeslg'it is a great on -co of uncasinuss ami mihappiiu'ss mil thu man who can apply provontivo mil mic-eas remedy, resulting In per-iiam-iit improvement of affected eyes, s a benefactor. Dr. V. I. Seymour las been in tho city at l'-Jlt) Iv street or some time and has listed hundreds jf our citizens as patients and patrons I mil without doubt is doing a great leal of good in IiH treatment of tho ryes. Some of our most reliable resi lents and old timers are numbered uuong his patients, feeling confident .hat his pabt success has proved a per nanent blessing to them. Our re...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 May 1900

irra"! PU' A CITY "WIPED OUT. Terrible Destruction by Fire at Hull, Out., Also at Ottawa. Hull, ik City of rj.OOO, I'nwtlrnlly Do- Ktroyoil mill IT., (Mil) I'oopto Mnilo llomt- li'im- flume Spread In Ottawa mill mimlit llnvnu. Ottawa, Onf., April 27. Five, square miles of territory burned over; inoro limn 2,500 dwellings, factories, mills, stores mid ullior buildings destroyed, entailing a loss estimated to reach $20,000,000, mid between 12,000 and 15,000 men, women and children homeless, is a summing up of the havoc wrought by tliu tire which lias been raging al II uli mid in Ottawa since 11 o'clock yesterday morning and at midnight was not completely under control. Most of the Itiiiihcr piles in Ottawa and Hull have disappeared and are now mere heaps of charred wood and ashen. Half a docu churches mid schools, ti number of mills, the Hull water works, the Hull courthouse nml jail, the post olllce, (lie convent, almost every business place, and about 1,000 dwellings and shops hi Hu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 May 1900

TFW V il A THE POET'S GRIEVANCE. Ul Line "Were Iliully Treated by tUo 1'rluler mul lie AVu JuNtly IudlKiinnt. The editor was sitting in his office one Any when a man whose brow was clothed with thunder entered. Fiercely seizing a chair, lie slammed his lint on the tuble, hurled his umbrella nn the lloor and sat down, Bays Collier'3 Weekly. "Are you th& editor?" he asked. "Yes' "Can you read writing?" "Of course." "Head that, then," he said, thrusting at tho editor an. envelope with an inscription on it. "H " oaid the editor, trying to spell it. "That's not a 1J it's an S," said the man. "S oh, yes, I see. Well, it looks liko 'Salt for Dinner,' or 'Souls of Sinners.' " "So, sir," replied the man, "nothing of the kind. That's my name Samuel 11. Hrunncr. I knew you couldn't read. Called to see you about that poem of mine yo.u printed the other day on the 'Surcease of Sorrow.' " "Don't remember it." "Of course you don't, because it went into the paper underneath tho infamous title o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 May 1900

m jiw ip iij i hujpm i jihjnwp m wjmwmummmn T The Nebraska Advertiser If, If. HJt.YIUtlth, t'ubUthir. B In lime. Hold lit ilnipult. gf W , LJ r , ? v it' Kerker & Hoover, liniilur In MEATS ITl'XlmMt prlccH laid for hlilcn, Inrd, tallow Rrttno, etc N 13 MA II A CITY, NK Ml ASK A. TJIOS. W. Ill ATT, proprietor of tho Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in Oouncotion with Livory Good rlk's mid prompt eorvlcu. Satisfaction mmrnntciMl. U-HJM rll. W. W. KEELING, Nkma.ha Citv, NicmiAKA. Olllco at the drug Btoro. XV. "W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. fit iMP SiU'MK Vit V PLASTERER Anmn H nd Ar.atlto work n Hpcclitlty. C In ter riN Inilll, I'apur lliiliKltii;, KiiIkoiiiIiiIiik und Wltuwuilil.ii dona. Low prl:oy, All worlc wnrruntuii. In tho DIhUIcI Court of Numiihs. county, NVbriiNlui. in Uiu inutlor of lliu CHtnto of Uonjiimln b", I.f li-y, dcct'HMcd. i his ciuiMtruiiieoii for henrlUK on tho pii lit Ion of V V. HimdurH, nil i InlNtnitor do bonis unn of Uiem...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 May 1900

"i'' ,ffiTrxiBLLaLMBIBBiLLtBi BoyyyaBpaMBwBMWMWIWWWI"WWWHj ebftjk teas 3Cvt2 VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY U, 1900. XUMB -'It 4 i Iwfltiet Joi rmmri t -trr-m rm vm jfimrrrm- -wn Local News See Hill & Keoling for Are insurance Who will start a batik in Nemaha? Mrs. May Baldwin went to Johnson Monday, returning the next day. Mrs. Alice McCandless will giro her recital at Shubert next Saturday uight. Mm. John B. Seld returned to Au. burn Tuesday after visiting a few days with Nemaha relatives. Francis II. D. Hunt went to Beatrice Tuesday to attend the G. A. 11. en caoipmeut. Major Ebbs was up from St. Deroln Tuesday, taking tho passenger traiu for Auburn. Misses Myrtle and May Jones, of Brewuvllle precinct, were Nemahu vis itors Tuesday. Mrs. BucUettau returned from Okla. homa Monday night. Eddie Bucheuau came back with her. Mrs. F. L. Woodward, who ha8 been visiting relatives at Kansas City, re-, turned home Tuesday night. Harry and Merle Sanders, of London precinct, v...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 May 1900

l? I 8 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. HANIJICItS I'ublUhrr. NEMAHA. NEHRASKA. ATfca!fca&d!&i5!&!S! & hita Qnn JLV1X 7UU. fr Thur. Ftl. Sal. 3 5 0 17 12 19 24 25 26 3J "?!F9!FR7Wl!PiW FJR& TOPICS OF THE DAY. KoliortV Hnrrnnr n .Mormon. William A. King, the oticcesHor In congrcHH to Itoberts, of Utah, Ih a Mormon, but not a polygamic. He Is :7 years old and has been in politics for J5 years. (Into Itapld Itltn to W'imltlt. J. W. Gates, of Chicago, president of tlie Amerieau Steel & Wire com pany, started in biiHincHH a few ycarH ago with $1,000, and liaH about com pleted hlH contract to fence the earth. Will ,'ot Nnvwnty I'liiiiiMund. More than $11,000 baa already been contributed toward the fund of $70, 000 to meet the expenses of the Cuban public Hchool-teachcrH who nro to be taken to Cambridge for a course of instruction at Harvard. Mlclilciiu I'urtliil to Nmlllift.. There are fle Smiths in the house of representatives, and three of them hall from Michigan H...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 May 1900

.i,Yw?rw' '"''":' u'v"?rrTf ""; ' l''WT.T',K?SPJPW,;" -iimn(rTrw-i'f7TxwT'' ' W'fww1 ''jrauJ'"' JWr'W-WfSW''-111" ' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER tV. W. BANDKItS, 1'ubllihcr. NEMAHA, -.-- - NEBRASKA- THE HIGHEST BRANCHES. Tho highest brandies on tho trcca Know secrets of tho sky. Jill nlgbt they see tho silent march Of starlight passing by, And shadowy breaths of mystery Unheralded draw near .From stranger lands, from unknown realms They bring u message clear. All day the highest branches ralso Their tiny hnndu to heaven, And unto pleading urgency Are happy answers given. From wandering clouds nnd azure sky, From sunbenms bright, they gleam The secrets of n wider world The unseen nnd, the seen. Elizabeth French, In Springfield Repub lican. LCopyrlght, 1895, by D. Appteton & Co. All rictus rcservcJ.j CHAPTER XXVI. -CONCKUNING MANY THINGS. One short and desperate attempt was made to rescue him. About a dozen horse men charged right at us, nnd for a moment it appeared as if they would su...

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. — 11 May 1900

-tf 'f'TT' minvMniim lw nmjimaiii hii imt.rii ! H'ji i ;iiiwijwuimMiwmwwwdwni S559HB REPUBLICAN, Jr. aw-is. Standard and registered tiny homo, (I yen is old, lfilmndw high, weigh 1KJU ptitt fiilrt. Sired bv Hpl!lrti 'J:U)J; hulf brother to Pit L., V:W. Duiii, fjndio Vera liv Talnver.i :W; Slid (litlii liotsy Trotwood by Me.Mnhun 1MM. LUDWICK Standard mid rrgintorei bav homo it vears old, 10 lunula high, weight 11200 pound. Siri'tflivl'nl L 2-011J. Dmii Sndln Vera hv Tuliivcrit i!:,'IO; ihid dimi Hetwy Trotwood by AIcMiilioii 'J:21. Will tiiuko the reason of PJ0O. ex cept Saturday, hi homo, Maple Jticln Slock Fur m, L'i mile wmitliua.t of Howe, Ncbr , lit. $10 to i tiHiire. T. J I. JONES, Owner, HOWE, NKHR. VANTEI-Si:VI5UAIj I'KIWONW KOU MS- " irlclOIIW'u.Miiu.iK ruin thin Hiile lo nip- KMi'iit. iiui In tlitlr own mill "iirrmiinlltiK t'OllllllCH. Willing to piiv yearly $filX),'iylllH wt-oiily. iX'slnililiMimdliiyiin'iii with units, mil nppoitiiiiltles. Kururi'iict'H i'Xclmiit'd. Kuol...

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. — 11 May 1900

ww wbfTiw f ri"-wi rwvv ,'"' T rpWDJIIJMPHI WP v t iU ZXARSS3BZ The Nebraska Advertiser W, Y SAND13US, Publisher. FitiOAY, May 11, moo. WHY Kinploy nn OoontUt Nolo tho Special Ut'n Method of nxitiiiliif; tho IJyoii, Lincoln Uvcnlng News, March 1003. Experience has taught the oculist :1m t a larger per cent of the eases suf fering from defective vision is duo to iome inflammatory trouble within tho i.ve and is recognized for the llrst time tvhon he, the oculist, surveys the fundus of the eye with his optlmlnio icope. ISut the duties of the specialist do not end with the detection merely of trrors of refraction, muscle weakness, ntra ocular troubles, or constitutional conditions which may affect or exert i baneful influence over the eyes, but 10 must be fortified with the ability .o combat these conditions to the ut most. The spectacle- peddler docs not possess it; the optician does not pos sess it; many of tho ho-called oculists, rve are frank, but sorry to admit, do not possess it. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 May 1900

lHli.LfLl,lHIJ!liPJIi 2r ';' . - i i i m tmm m- f- i &. SiJ- ABOUT METJIOMSTS. Statistics of the Church at Largo Submitted to General Conference. C'omniUtiie Hnyn llnnli Hulen Am Derllnlng, tint I'uliltn SiiltttllutliiK Hnrulur I'lipum ami Miigiilii" for ( litireh Liter- iilnro-Worh of ."WIfhIouh. Chicago, May !. Willi the laity and tin- d.'i'gy theoretically If not irni!tli'iilly o'.jiially represented, tho second HUHhloa of Hie Methodist Hpls oopal general conference began Thursday. Tlic ilny was given up largely to Htnlliilk'iil reports, of which tin following ati' taken: 'J'lio report of tlio book committee con tained tho following! There in a marked decline In tlio pale of books. Wo uro nwaro that thin Im true, not only In do noinlnalloiiiil i books, hut la thonu do slKiied for thu general trade, The peo jilu n ro substituting newspapers, initga zliHV. the public and circulating libraries for tlu" family llhrary. During tlio past (luiitlri'tiiiliim tho decline la the Halo o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 May 1900

www sppif!f!!iwsi!wHPwv "pwr' yT V f" t- snr"ifTT,Tjy!rfs - "TfaprrF"'' 4 Ii"cT ColIeBc Students nic. The death rate in colleges is extremely low. The strict attention to the physique is given is the cause. People outside of colleges, as tvcll, may have health and strength, llos tetter's Stomach Hitters is recommended most highly for preventing ns well n curing bodily weakness. It is for the blood, the nerves nnd nil stomach disorder, and its cures of constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia, ilugKish liver or weak kidneys, aro most re markable. Multnm In l'nrro I'rnyer. Ccorgic's mother insisted upon his repeat ing the praycr of childhood. He started sleepily, requiring prompting at the begin ning of every line. Drowsiness had nearly won the mastery by tha timo thnt he had obediently got ns far as "my soul to take." "God bless " prompted his mother. Georgio lins a long list of relatives. There was a lluttcr of liis sleep-laden lids as he lumped them all together: "God bless the whole s...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 May 1900

-mnwf :mjjp-mM$fmj f'W pn,ci iluM(wi)iiii'iii' niu.i,wnrwTijiiUju.njHK.uinwngi3w iiamuMmsu jmuilh MJii'i ' o mmmwbmji i mill i nil psretByff yy)Uj y IV- r $ jpj Hcdt Cough Hrnip. Tour (J(Hxl. Utto fl"B Kerker & Hoover, Dealer in MBATS IUvih"f price paid for hides, Inrd, tixilow f.Mine, itc NEMAHA CITY. NBHKASKA TllOd. W. WAIT, proprleturof the Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in Oonnootiou with Livory io(i(l Tigs und proic.pl mirvlcu. SntlHfactlon K.narniituu-9. U-iflMia rU. W. W. KEELING, NkMAIIA OlTV, NlCIHlAKA, Olllcc itt tin) drug store. W. W. SANDERS, Notary NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. J. H. SEID, Itrcodor of Thoroughbred Poland China . HOGS. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER 312 ISSUES BY MAIL ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Special Offer to Mail Subscribers THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS Is tho greatest nowspnper bucccbb of recent years. Six months ago It wno started; today It has 1S.U00 circulation In Omaha and miburba and loads nil Omaha papers, morning o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 May 1900

w VB -OCAR i h " i-i H. w VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBltASKAFUIDAY, MAY L8, IflOO. "XttMUBU '17 W"WJ! 1JT ' """""l " " Meifilii fcd , mi '': . .' , JS lfij -.? own p: y I, HIM .ft fe .Local ISTews See Hill it Keeling for lit i insutauco ' Fied Suabury is lepiipewng the bar bershop. Dn. Seyiiii.in a id Jov, eye, em, nose ami lliru.it. Tlio gronml is now thoroughly sat tiratetl with water. Do not fail to make arrangements to attend the Auburn chautauqua. Itdidu't-rain Sunday but it did rain Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Try Anderson's Good Luck flour. $1 a duck. A Bouvonier with every three sacks. At Anderson & Brown's. Clark Bruce, a blind musician of Ne biuska City, was iu Nemaha last 8aU utday, tuning pianos. Will F. Keeling: fltar.ted far Albany, Md Tuesday night to see his wife and babies and visit friends. Luthei II. Barnes expects to start for Oklahoma us soon as the roads get n'little better. Wm.Diivis has been assisting in The Adveitiser olllea this week, which ac c...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 May 1900

I I. t , .' li h THE MEEBASKA ADVERTISER W. V. HANDKKN, I'uhlUlior. NEMAHA, NKIJRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. To t'rolaot MUxlinirl(M(. Tlic state department of the United States government upends nearly ?1, 000,000 n year to protect American missionaries in foreign landH. (Irimt Kiporlihlluii of Mnntn. TJiin eotintry Inst year exported more meat products, leaving out sheep and mutton, than all tho rent of the world combined. Tliu amount wus nearly $200,000,000. Htcit Willed OlorlfUii .Indus Isrurlnt. A new Beet lias arisen in eastern Hihcrla which glorifies Judas iseariot on account of his repentance and sui eldc and atigmntlzcH all authority, whether in church or statu, as duvilish. I'npiilarA'ntn In 1800. The popular vote for McKinley was 7,101,779; for Hrynii, 0,fl02,02r; I'nl mer, l.'IJYI24; Levering, i:i2,007; llctit ley, 1,1,000; .Mutehctt, .'10,2-17. iMelvin ley received 271 elcetorul votes; Urynn, 170. A Itloli Young (InnM Ilnlr. The next generation will see. the Gould fortune ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 May 1900

"tiWW'"1 ";(' f ," i ' f"W mnfm wwwii r f 'X JfltYAN AND TOWNE. !Fusion Populists at Sioux Falls Choose National Ticket. Unlit Nomination JMnito by Acoltwnatlon Aftar s Hrmilutlou to I.onvu Second 1'liien In Ilninonriit Wm Votuil Mown Olnt of tlm 1'liitfurm. Sioux Falls, S. D., May 11. Willtnm .J. Dry an was nominated for the presi dency by acclamation, ami with a Wild wlioop, by tho populist conven tion Friday afternoon. At midnight Charles A. Towne, of Minnesota, was nominated for vice president, likewise by acclamation, but not until half a dozen other candidates, including John W. Droidenthnl, of Kansas, und John .7. Lentz, of Ohio, had been for mally placed in nomination and their names later withdrawn. At one .o'clock Friday morning the convention adjourned sine die. The contest over the action to be taken in repard to the vice presidency was spirited, but when it came to a vote there was a big majority in favor of nominating n candidate for vice president. Jerry Simpson, of K...

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. — 18 May 1900

this only for the fruit, which is consid ered by some a delicacy; but for ray part, 1 think it anything' but good, as it is full of seeds and has a cucumbery taste. The fruit can only be plucked from the plant with the assistance of buckskin glomes, as it is covered with thorns. CUSTOM HOLSE OFFICERS. Reaching the border at Eagle Pass, he has spent a time in Mexico, where the raising of tobacco and the making of fine cigars is an art. APPRECIATE A PULLMAN'. Having passed three inspectors, we start on our three da3s' iourney south ward. Looking out over the white desert, which is only broken by the cacti and a few sage brush, which seems to grow fesver as we go south- but one of the characteristics of this country seems to be the lack of timber, and in walking along the streets of almost any Mexican city you can feel as if lumber is as scarce in that coun try as brownstone fronts are in the United States. FERTILE VALLEYS AG ACT. After passing this range of moun tains we descend and b...

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