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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 July 1900

- '-mtplKWPI .x-n Tr r Itefti NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 6, WOO. NUMBHK 2 VOLUME XLV j ,.,. 4Lji,,,i,i.l,ixiiii.i,)iiIJ' niiPii umiw'fiiiiiwuiiaiinn'.iiwwJii wn iii'inwi' mufuwiwrai riwwwiMi iiwwuluih neu w.iLiiiijmii n iwumji MwSTSiiSwTiBnnMrir F&KHBfflr,ti F ffeWafto ww DWdBlfcWH fFIAJy UIQIKIttin 9! v. . -o V, i I fie - '- w.Wv ! hivBB JLooaL jSTewa IIHMIIIilHIIIIIII I" I' '" See Hill & Keeling for the Insuianco The threshing machine is now hard ;it work. Stfe V. W. Hat lis of South Aubtitti for Clothing. Mrs. Fannie Yackloy la ick with theuumtlsm. Aiient Duff sold 47 ttckotB to Au burn Wednesday. Hoy Stephens and Walter Furls wont to JoluiBon Thursday. The b-t jmlnt made tor aale by tho Kilwurds & Ikadfoid Lumber Co. Swift Monday, MeCautlloria went to Omaha returning Wednesday. Dr. W. I. Seymour, EY'ESPEGIAL ISf, 1210 K at. Lincoln. Nab. MIhs Lota Linn returned home from Smiling, Neb., laat Saturday. The old settlers annual reunion will be held at Nemaha on Satur...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 July 1900

1 i$Gtufttfmrrti&3sr sarrMO' yr-.i&nf "- 'l!HWL'T.'yT lvvWiwin&njwMiri t .J . Mfnnflu 7 "4l 1 II I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V. HANIKK, rublUiiwr. NEMAHA, - - - NI3I1RASKA. V) F JULY 1900. Sun. w Ken. Tim. J 3 To 8 9 16 15 17 22 23 21 31 30 vlFSWHRlPWaFTO TOPICS OF THE DAY. Not (!Imi lo Ncw-impor Itrnilliic. Only 207 papers are printed in the entire empire of ltusdn, 172 of them being in the JtiiHsain language, 05 in Polish and -12 in German'. I7iiiliiiiiif ml 1)7 I'manit, Diiiiernrii. Nineteen new missionaries of the "Presbyterian church will soon start for China from New York, undaunted by the present dangers. Itntnli'H' Mourn of llio liy. According to tlio observations of the United States weather bureau the rainiest hours of the day aro in the morning between three and eight o'clock. Nnvur ltmiomliiiilt it Vli'it l'riNlnntit. The republican national convention of I'JOO is the twelfth (o be held by that parly, which has an unbroken record of never renominatjrjg n vic...

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. — 6 July 1900

- r Y X r THE NEBRASKA ADYERTISEB IV. W. HANDKIt-, rublUlmr. NEMAIIA, NEBRASKA THE CHOOSING. Laura will net bo "My Lady" In her Bilks und satins line; Ami the ureat but wait to wonder, and tholr dreams of Love resign; Though they offer sold and Jewels all that vainer women crave, L.aura'11 be no rich man's darling Laura'll bo tho poor man's slave! "Out! you dreamer," quoth tho mother, old In years by sorrow tried; "Will you wall: the world's way, weeping, when tho footman bids you ride? Will you hide you In a hovel bo a beggar to the grave? Out upon tho poor man's wooing! Who would bo the poor man's slave? "Heed you, lnss, tho words of wisdom; Lot but Poverty appear In tho door, and Love, affrighted, flyeth out the window, dearf 'Would you welcome thorns for roses, so to cry when none can save 7 Bitter bread tho poor man brings you. Out upon tho poor man's slavel" Does she listen? Teardrops gllston. But she heedi no golden gleam; In tho green heart of tho meadows weighs her Duty and...

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

MfV?PJ linsMgpBj8SjssjBjBssj fVii'wririt'-iiiiw hi fMpwp-pt-? .''fwwwHeJ I Art ' T- ,wfM4E! T n M mi ! POINTER I CHEAP READING ! Before making arrangemeuta for your ycnr'o supply of rending inntto call ami got our clubbing rates. The following aro aotno of our comblna mitlons: Tho Advortlaor ono year and the Farm Journal until Dec. 31, 1001, for only $1 The Advertiser and St Louis Globe Democrat both ono year for 81.00 The- Advertiser and tho Chicago In ter Ocean for 31.40 The Advertiser and either tho Toledo Blado or the New York Trlbuuo for S1.J15 Tho Advertiser and tho Household, a homo monthly, for 31,115 The Advertiser and the Iowa Home stead, Poultry Farmer and Insurance Journal all oue year for $1.35 THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER 312 ISSUES OY MAIL ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Special Offer to Mail Subscribers THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS Is tho greatest newspaper succcsa of recent years. Six months ago It was started: today It has 1S.U00 circulation In Omaha and suburbs and l...

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. — 6 July 1900

PT't, PT rff - -y1 v ,"?;" w f r i TTT1 A 1 . t , f t ' L T", r(niiiiiinift(mjjjn, Y y f 1 1 r Th& Nebraska Advertised W. W.SAN'DEltSPublUh" FittDAY, Jt'LYd, 1000. This reaper Ono Year, Farm Journal nearly 5 Yoars, PAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPER3F0R THE PRIOE OF ONE, Wo wnnt to got fioo new subscribers to sour p.ipur, iiiul iuo goinjj to do it if wo cnu, wo therefore couthiuu our nrrnugouiont with tho Farm Journnl by which wo cau Mend Tim Nobrnslui Advertiser and tho Ftirin Journnl for tho renminderof 1()0 nnd nil of lyol, 1ijo2, l)o!J, l)o4, both for SI. And vo nmko tho eniue offer to nil old Bulxsorib era who will nny till nrrenrnges 5nd one year in ndvanco. You know what our 1h, nud tho Farm Journnl is a gom--prHutienl, progressive a clenn, honest, useful jmpcr full of gump tion, full sunshine) with uu itnincnso circu lation lunong Uio best people everywhere. YOU OUGHT TO TAKE IT. CHINESE CONVERVATISM. Th Orcateat Dlfllcnltr to Be Over- come by FarclffnerA VUitirjsf That Country. ...

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

. T..MHIMI. ..iiiTT. VSiSii'ilWiMlii.iWi '' wwwrwwB: . I- 4-tE. - 1 I K I rf CHINA IS MORIBUND. Nothing Can Save the Empire from Ultimate Disintegration. rnr Your Hip Country Haw Hecn Tcrrorly.fil by Suuri-t .HnelHIrn of Which (lie Uoxcrit Have Nut llccn (lit AVorl. f Special Correspondence Til 1'2 chief point to whlcli tlie in tcrcHfc of 1115 world is at thn present time directed Ib, of course, tlie Chinese empire. Opinions regarding its future Keem to be- divid ed corrcspondently with tlie ambitions of those nations who, jointly and sev erally, as the case may be, aro desirous of becoming the arbiters of its com ing fate. It is iiyclchs for tlie politi cians whose machinations have so ma- MAIN QAT13 TO TI15N-T3IN. terlally aided in bringing about the present deplorable condition of affairs to try to impress tlie public with the i belief that the origin of the disturb-i unco was primarily of an internal nn- , turc, due entirely to the ignorance and degradation of the people themsel...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 July 1900

T" ' vFvmwwN ,r"rfl' wwwyT- Y Y i Y PJIOHIBITION TICKET National Convention at Chicago Names Woolley and Metcalf. Th I'lntforin Strongly CondnitwiH ttir. Ires lilant n "Wliir-Drlnknr itml it U'lno- fiorvliif: iloU In tn White IlMilan." Chicngo, Juno 29. Tho prohibition nntionul convention adjourned sino die yeaterday ufter having placed in nomination for President John O. Woolley, of Illinois, nnd for vice pres ident, Jlenry 11. Metcalf, of Jthodo Island. The nominations in each in stance were made on the first ballot. Only two candidates for the presiden tial nomination were ballottcd for, Mr. Woolley and Kev. Silas C. Swal low, of Pennsylvania; Hale Johnson, of Illinois, withdrawing his name at the last moment and throwing his strength to .Mr. Woolley. Immediately after the announce ment of the result of tho ballot for the president's nomination, Dr. Swal low was proposed ns the vice presi dential nominee. The convention went wild over the suggestion, but Dr. Swallow, after a hurr...

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. — 6 July 1900

' V f Mjjiijni!sr'iaf T The Nebraska Advertiser A FAKIR'S SCHEME. iM CUHtS WHIKE ALL ELSfc JAILS. Hueei uoukii Bjrup. tw uwj. In tlma. Bold br drtiiwUlft. UN W. W. SANDERS,! Publisher t' fr1 Flour & Wheat Exchange nt)d flour for bhIo at ttio Kcoling bulldi ing. Foed for sale. Oar fee returned If we fall. Any one aendlntr ketch ud description of any invention will firornptly receive our opinion free concerning he patentability of aan. "How to Obtain a Tatent" aent upon request. Patent! secured through tta advertised for sale at our expense. Fatcnta taken out through u receive ipecial notice, without charge, In Tiik Patsht Rbcobd, nn Illustrated and widely circulated journal, consulted by Manufacturers and Investors. Bend for sample copy FRKK. Address, VICTOR J. IVANS A CO. (Parast jLtttrmejn,) If ana Bulla!, WASHIMOroN, D. C. rm sT I ! The American Protectlvt Tariff League ii a national organization advocating "Protection te American Labor and Industry " at explained by its cortt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 July 1900

'1 fXAAJ 53 NEMAttA, NEBllASltA, inUJOAt, 18 JULY , IflOO. VOLUME XLV XUMBBll 3 'I "! Ai 4 0 I Mehfaili 3Mtteftief, 4 11J Local News See Hill & Keeling for tire Insurance See W. W. Hauls of South Auburn for Clothing. Mrs. Henry lluitwlck came In from Auburn Tuesday. The Keeling drug store put up n now awning Monday. Mr. mid Mrs. .James lllutt returned lo Nemaha Wednesday. Mi-tst Mu G.iither and Nora Aynes v tailed Auburn Tuesday. Mrs. Fannie Tali bank wcnl U Auburn Tuesday. and Bertie S Cooper sells Page's Woven tehee beat fence on earth . Wire The beat paint, made for sale by the Kitwuidu & Brad lord Lumber Co. Miaa Lillian Mlnlck vis.ted her brother at Bracken Tuesday and Wed iii'csdAy . Mis G. W. biirbrolher of Brown ville visited Nemaha friends from is.it urduy until Tuesday. The hall alorin Tuesday night did considerable damage in Falls City and vioinil, so we are iutormed. The Edwards & liradfoid Lumber 0. cairy coal tor thteshing machine-. Call on ilieiu it you ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 July 1900

Lj--"ir " i tpwpiilPMP '! M m THE NEBRASKAADVERTISER W. XV, BANUKIt. TublUhfr. NEMAHA. NRWIAKA. T"".-' '' ' " "" " ' WMy 7 V I JULY 1900. Sun. Mon. I Tuo. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sal, g iiiliiiiill iZ ii ii Z2. Iti! 24 25 26 27 28 qT 1 01 ... .... . .... ft J2 39 1L1L 22 23 7 29 30 4F?&WiiS:W7A!FAT?:A TOPICS OF THE DAY. Itrltlftli llovrcitrlnir tho KxniOtlnii Tho Urltlnh boycott of tlio Paris exposition Ihih been rendered com pletely effective by tliu announcement Hint tlic prince of Wales will not visit Paris this season. ropiilitttiin of I Hum I 1 1 o 1 1 I n R. Ireland's vital statistics for the quarter ended March 31 show a de cline in the population of 10,135 sonls, of which the excess of dcatlis over births is responsible for nearly ouc liulf. H - I! nqunnt Intnnri of Clilnrun Ititrhirltr. An eloquent Instance of Chinese bar barity is reported from Shanghai ly n correspondent. A wretched criminal lias been handed over to the mob, and in being starved to death in a cage in sight of...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 July 1900

Tff - "-"-WTf Y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES (V. W. HAN OK It-., I'ublUlmr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA THE EARTH AND MAN. A little Bun, a little rain. A soft wind blowing from the west And woods and Holds arc sweet again, And w'unnth within the mountain's breast, fio simple Is tho earth we trend, So quick with lovo and life her frame: Ten thousand years Iiavo dawned and lied, And still her magic Is the came. A Httlo love, a little trust, A noft Impulse, a sudden dream Anil llfo as dry as desert dust Is fresher than a mountain strenm. Bo simple is tho heart of man, So ready for new hope and Joy; Ten thousand years since It began Have left It younger than a boy. Stopford A. Brooke, In Unity. ICopyrlclit. i3q9, by S. S. McClurc.J CHAPTER VII. Continued. He made an effort and scrambled to Jhis feet, but it wns apparent that he was half dazed by the blow and the liquor lie had been drinking. He nt- 'tc nip ted to draw n revolver from his belt, but by this time he. was surround-, cd by angry men who had...

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. — 13 July 1900

O??? W ' " TP?,'fW v'fp nm ' I V - A POINTER XK 4w CHEAP READING ! Hofore milking nrrnngomenta for your ycnt'a supply of rending tnntto call nnd got ol,r clubbing rates. Tlie following aro Homo of our comblnn mitions: The Advortlaer ono year and tlie Farm .Journal until Dec. 31, 1001, for only $1 Tho Advertiser and St I.ouia Glob Domocrut both ono year for $1.00 The Advortlaer and tlio Chicago In ter Ocean for 81.10 The Advertiser and either the Toledo Blndo or the New York Tribune for SU5 Tho Advertiser and the Household, a homo monthly, for.fl.ar Tho Advertiser and the Iowa Homos stead, Poultry Farmer and Insiirimct Journal all one year for $1.85 r THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS AN INDEPENDENT- NEWSPAPER 312 ISSUES UY MAIL ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Special Offer to Mail Subscribers THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS Ib tho greatest newspaper success of recent years. Six months uro It wub started; today It has 18,000 circulation in Omaha and auburba and leads all Omaha naiicra, morning or ovonlnp, In local circ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 July 1900

;? ttV'V' "JfjpfS" w 'Tjppp' Wf'Tp i in iiiimimi in iwiiiHiiiMiMfMiirT WWMMiWiWWBMWillTTlrwr ' r t i , a-'' I1 tho Nebraska Advertiser : W. W.SANDEttS,, Publisher, Fhiday, July hi, moo. This Paper One Year. Farm Journal nearly 5 Years. PAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPEESFOR THE PKIOE OF ONE. AVc wnti t to get nOO now subscribers to our paper, imd are going to do It if wo can. wo theroforo continue our arrangement with tho Farm Journal by wldch wo can fitfiulTho Kcbrnftkii Advoitisor mill tho Farm Jotunnl for the romaindorof lj)(M nnd all of ljiol, lo2, ljioil, l)o4, both for SI. And Wo imtliu tho mime offor to all old subacrib orn who will pay all arrearages and one year in advance. Yon know what our In, and tho Farm Journal i a gem practical, progressive a cloan, honest, useful paper full of gump tion, full HUimhino, with an immense circu lation among tho bent people evory where. YOU OUGHT TO TAKE IT. What is a Miraole? "Tin umivellous rum of Mrs Reim J Stout of (tuisuinntiuii Iiiih clouted...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 July 1900

FfY&Ffi 'r i,'"'W' - - iv'" r,-itryyCT-miii ,-"" ?," H&. M. iV- V RIB" &: . f p- F & p' h fr MS' THE LEADING ISSUE. The Democratic National Platform Places "Imperialism" in the Van. Ilrynn nml Hlnvnimnii Nittnml lift llin I'artj'n Btiiudrtril-llenreri wuli Urml Kiillnul- nuiii-lllg DninoiMritlloii for l).i- 111 Jt. Jlill, of Nil w York. Kansas City, ISlo., .fuly 7. William Jennings Ilrynn. of Nebraska, was rhursdny night uiiiinlmoiiHly chosen iik the democratic candidate for president of tho United Slates on u ilntform op posing iniperiiillHin, militarism and trusts, and specifically declaring for the frco coinage of silver at tho ratio of 10 to 1. The nomination came as tho culmination of a frenzied demon stration in honor of the party leader, lasting 27 minutes, and riving utter unco to all the pent-upcinotionsof tho WILLIAM J. Ml VAN. vnul miiltit nli. II fnllmvoil lilf.n n fierce struggle throughout the Iant 0 hours concerning the platform declaration on silver a...

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 July 1900

"ty'TT ""3B7-T?w'y srr"'7M,r"'i'" iUiniMI.IH)WW nmnmiwanaanBi 3C I i TIIEEE-SCOUE DEAD. An Appalling Accident to an Ex cursiin Car at Tacoiua. Car riimireil lutii u (Julcli 100 I'ont Union ami WuR Smuhnl Into Kltitlllni;, mid lint Occupant. Wore Crushed nnd Mangled. Tncomn, Wnsh., July 5. Ncnrly 100 people, passengers on i car bound for this city, were plunged down n gulch tit Twenty-sixth nnd C streets nhortly after eight o'clock yesterday morning. Those who were stnmliug on the )lnt forms dropped oit only to be bruised and wounded by the heavy body of the coach, while others inside were killed and maimed before- they knew what had happened. The ear jumped the track and was smashed to kindling wood In the bottom of the chasm over 100 feet below. The dead will number nearly three score, for there are many of the injured who will never recover nnd who are ex pected to die at any moment and there are at least GO of the passen gers of the car now in the various hospitals and under the ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 July 1900

y ii i u :i 11 11! . i$ I M 11 in EMJlctM:Mlii;laW 1 lUHtS VYHtHl ALL llbt FAILS, licit Couth Sjrriip. Taste UooO. in urnn. hflici dt nnia-Risia. Flour & Wheat Exchange and Hour lor salo at tlio Keeling bulldi I rig. Foecl for salo. The Nebraska Advertiser I W. V. SANDEKS,! Publisher. FlllDAY, JV1.Y 151, 1000. Our fee returned if we fall. Any one setidliiK sketch and detcriptiou of any invention Mr"1 promptly receWe our opinion free concerning the patentability of anr.ie. "How to Obtain n Patent" sent upon request. Patents secured through uk iwWertlwd for sale nt our expense. Patents taken out through u receive tpeclal notice, without charge, in Tub Patkht Rkcoimi, mi illustrated and widely clrculnted journal, consulted by Manufacturers and Inventor. Send for sample copy FREE. Address, VICTOR J. EVANS A CO. (Mont Attorney,) Evans Building, WASHINGTON, D. C A. P. T. L. The American Protective Tariff League it a national organization advocating "Protection to American Labor and in...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 July 1900

"WW fjwrv t v t w ' " w 1 ftteffiiet VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 20, JOOO. NUMBER 4 r ti ii y Local 2STews ax ,ui i iwii jii an See Hill & Keeling for Ike insurance Peter Kerker drove over to .Stella Sunday. . John H Stier.i visited tiio county neat Mondav Or W I Seymour, eye flpeeiulist, 1210 K st , Lincoln, Neb. Hd Harriott has been in Nemaha peveral days this week. hp W. W. Harris of South for Clothing and Dry floods Auburn S CoopiT sella I'age's Woven It-lice bi'flV fence on earth. Wiro A steamboat, the M. Bauer, went down the Missouri river Monday. The bent paint made for sale by tho Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chapman went lo Sterling Saturday to visit friends. We had a hard rain Sunday night. It amounted to inches at Nemaha. Wo had another good rain Thursday evening- Almost (wo inches of rain fell. Mrs. .1. B. Merger went to Auburn Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Bon'Piirker. 4 Mr. and Mrs. (J. T, Minick came in It nut Blacken Sund...

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 July 1900

& fJiT in IN "EEPUI3LICAN DAY." i MeKinley and Roosevelt Formally Notified of Their Nominations. Tim I'rrmldmt DUi'it-xrn Hi I.imirt.li tlio Ad- irilnlntritilnn'i Attltmln on I'limnc mid Our Torrltnrliil Aetcilllloii ait n JtiiKiilt of .SpiinlKli Wiir. Ciuilon, ()., .Inly Ki. President Mc Klnloy was yeslorday olllelally notl- Hod of lilt! nomination for the presi dency. Henry Cabot Lodge, of Massa chusetts, hiikIu tlio notification speech. In rcjily the president said: I'nulili-nl MrlCinlm-'ii Id lr. Senator Lodge find Gentlemen of tho Notification Committee: Tho message which you bring to mo Is ono of signal lionor. It Is also a summons to duty. A slnglo nomination for tho olllco of president by a groat party which In 32 im (! rtt rf At Itnu lwwitt ! ft 1 1 ttt t ll I M tl t fit national elections Is u distinction wl.lcli ....... . I..,. ..... .. .... J. gruioxiiny ciiiiriun. in receivi- mum-i Imoiis ronomlinitlnn by tho muno party lu nn nvi.rnuulnn nf roimr.l nml titrxltTl! of...

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. — 20 July 1900

n InGflEr r y DEMOCRATS YIELD. Fusion Arranged in Nebraska on Line3 Demanded by Populists, Uonnltlnrnhln Arrlinntir Mnvnlopml In ltoth Convention 1'uiiiiihih tint .MMjnrlty of Hlutn Ticknt mill Hull tin- Kltirlora lluv. I'nyiittir IIuhiIh 1'iuKMt. Lincoln, Nob., July IV,. llaylight yoHtonluy found thruu stuto oonvoii tluiiH still in hcssion, with practically no progress imide further than tho adoption of their Bepanitu platforms. Tho whole question hinged on whether tho democrats would yield from tho position they had taken in demand ing two places on tho state tieket, to gether with all the electors for presi dent and vice president. All oliorta to bring about a surrender was howled down derisively. ' In tho populist gathering soma llery speeches were made in denun ciation of the stubborn attitude as uumcd by the democrats. At three o'clock a. in. yesterday n motion was made that the democrats bo' given tho electoral ticket and tho populists take iho state otliecs. Tho debate on th...

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

T' Ml s ff s M 111 s I f"i""gai''Mnwiigw" i"yrf y H ot POINTEB Boforo making arrangements for your ycar'H supply f reading matte call and got our clubbing rates, '('lie following aro Home of our eombinu niitloiiH: Thi) Advertiser one year and Uio Farm .lournul until Due. ill, 100 1, lor only Si Tlio Advertiser mid St I.nuis'UIob l)c moural both one year for SI 00 The Advertiser mid tho Chicago In ter Ocean for Sl.10 Tho Ad vcrtiser and elt her tho Toledo Blade or tho Now Yoik Tilbiiuo for 81 ar Tho Advertiser and tho Household, a homo monthly, fortfl.:)ft Tho Ad voi User and the Iowa Homo stead, Poultry Farmer and Insurance Journal all ono year for $1.3.") Special Offer to Mail Subscribers THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS Ib tho greutcst newspaper bucccbh of recent years. Six months ago It wnB started; today It haa 18,000 circulation hi Omuha and uuburbs and leads all Omaha papers, morning or ovenlmr. In local circu lation. Wo want 10,000 out-of-town HiibHcrlberB in tho next 30 days and mulio-t...

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