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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 July 1900

"5 rntl'&i jpt-WW " 0 -x &lAftjl'gttfflWg the tfsbraska Advertls V. W. SAMB.ta.i Publish, r ,A- sr- c" KlMDAY, .lfl. .'It lilt'O 'Wvww I'M FOR ACTION llcbraclra Republicans Making Preparations to Reclaim the State from Fusio Misn.anagemont. ('li.-.iriii.iii ...ml.-n.von.ic Stale Cen- tiiil I'omniitico Forum luting Plans lor a Vigorous Oimpjugn, Al)io Orr.lor.s lire to lie Cecural and Evoj thing That Pertains to a Campaign oi" IMucation Will . 15e Utilized, Cnncnrtnil i:iTii- in Ho .Mucin to Ili-tlrcm Jleliriiiku I'rinii 1 iisliin Vlo.m W'lil'ili 'ilinutcii llur I'nlillo I iiHtil ill Imit,. Appreciating the potency cl tin edu catniiul campaign, and imposing con- lidtjuo In tlie biigaclty uiul mtoiligenco ot tne electorate 01! Nebraska, thu re publicans have opened up headquarters at the Her Granu, in Guiana, and are prer.ailng to conduct a vigorous eum pa.frii a.curjj th'ls line. 1 no campaign In Nebraska will bo I'li-oetly In charge of II.- 0. Lindsay, Chtlrraan of tho State...

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 July 1900

rwimwm HWI ,'By'iytn' u",'i,i4fiim f?T 'v ,'Yf'm' ykrr "1V"t',r,J,35'rv': "i f ' . ft K THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i i p - iV. W. HANDKlt, I'ublUhftr. , ' .NEMAHA, NI3MIASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. I'nllt llnlil tlii. Itr-rmrd. Mine. Pntli Iiiih for sonic time held tlic record for tliu lurgost mini that litis been earned In n year by a woman. Her hlghcRt total for 12 months U X 70,000. Wlu-rn CJI'ivim (Siiinn I''om. The clove Kiipply of tlie world V. produced in the iHlandH of Zanzibar and I'emba, which coiiHtitntu the principal producing territory of the Hultunulc. Truvnllmr Ipnn of IlWImp Jfinliop MeCabe, of the Methodist Episcopal church, proves from actual figures that the average t reveling ex penses of each bishop for a year are only $4G3. t Mio-rlml Mnr Ttinn 7 Vniirn. Mr. and Mrs. Klishn Ilrown, who live half a mile from Hngorstown, Ind liave bt--n married over 70 years, and arc still comparatively hearty. They tire the parents of 11 children, six ol whom arc mill alive. rrmr V iip...

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. — 20 July 1900

v , , ;. vjVTV ' "'W'lJIjIWf.Wl'V ' r-pS'i TpjjT(pp"vi. a -v ,Tr " v ' "'"."-ir . t' w i "TTT ' f'?fPWW;,!W ' I -Y tHE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES m V. W. SANUKK-, I'uhlintmr. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA ' FAME. A man In tlio crowded city Who longed, for a deathless name .Strove late and started early, And ns ho went nnd came And left tho years behind, Onoythought was In lilu mind "Ftttnel" "Famcl" "Famel" A man In a lonely cnbln Found n tank to do one day A mighty task that pleased hltn And ho tolled as one at play No thought of tho bauble fame To the happy toller came, As ho worked away. A path was worn to the cabin And men In hundreds came, And they praised tho humblo toller And heralded his name Tho other mink unknown, ' And his last despairing moan Was "Famcl" "Famol" 3. K. KIser, In Chicago Dally News. iCopyrlclit, :3gS. by S. S. McClure.J CIIAPTI311 VIII.- Continued. Bowers' fnce showed his approval of the mate's efforts and Tarbox was ap parently convinced, for he shook hands warmly with tho...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 July 1900

nftpiw "-rrfpir. 'y,y- . - ,i y !"T! ,Hiwwjfi' ffl '?'h h 1 if -c '. Ik k 1 . w ft i IA eMjIci McaojiJUlMisMsLffW B CIIHIH WH(U( All II. SF FAILS. 1 Heat Coimli Byrnp. Tnntcs OixkI. Uk in iimo. jnm ny aruiriciPi. Flour & Wheat Exchange and Hour tor milo at tlio Keeling buildi lug. KimmI for nale. Ordor of Snlo. Iti tlio inittlor of tho entuto of Itoiijmutn K. I.wiloy, ilvccimwl. Notlcu In horeliy given Itial In ptiriniiuico ol nn ordor of John :H.Htull, u Judge of tlio DlHtrlot Court of Ncmiilin county, niiido on tlio 7tli ilny of Juno A. I). 1000, lor Mm Hit la of rcHl rntiilo liorulnuflor doAorllJcil, tliuru will lo nohl at tlio iront iloor of tlio i'otirl IIoiihm In Auburn hi Mild County on Monday tlio 27th duy of AtiKUntitt 2 o'clock 1. M. lit Hil He vendue to tlio lilhot bidder for cunli( t tiu following di'Ncrllifd real eNliilc, towll: I.olHllvo(fi), hIx (C), he veil (7) noil llit (8) In bloclt Bovonty-ouii (71), In tlio town of Noinnlui City, In Nemntin county. Nolim kn; ...

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 July 1900

r $vtr"$gj!sp'immfiqim,h, "vim" '!wimj!J,wnp!T osisvt 4t .' v; effiiit SBw on VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBHASKA, FtUDAY, JULY 27, 1000. XUMBEH Q wiwii wiwuimncr) wlfulia tli$ f, f.r , Local ISTews Plenty of ruin. Al Morton went to Johnson Monday, Seo Hill & Keeling for lire Insurance We had another good rain Monday afternoon. Dr W I Seymour, eye specialist, 1210 J St.. Lincoln, Neb. Shtrm Titus and wife are rejoicing i tit the birth of a son. Fruit cans for nnla by the Edwards & llradtoid Lumber Co. S Cooper sella Page's Woven Wire lence bes fence on earth. Seo W. W. Harris or South Auburn t Clothing and Dry Goods. " Street Commissioner W.S.Titus la having the weeds cut around town. MrB. Alice A. Mlnlck of Hrownvllle vshh visiting Nemaha friends Tuesday 1'iof. F. L. McNowu of Peru called mi aome of IiIb Nemaha friends last Niuday (J. N. Titus went to Geneva Tuesday to attend it meeting of tlie hortlcultual society. Dick Chambers returned from Kan nan City Tuesday night with tt car...

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 July 1900

m TAUK'S LARGE ARMY. Head of Chinese Boxers Has Nearly a Million Troops. Vjln Itepnrt Hnld thn Mongolian Ilml Ih- vmlnil Itiinxliiii Territory, Wlilcli Wiiulil Greatly Complicate IiiteriiHllomtl I imtiiriM of ihn War, SI. Petersburg, .Inly 11). A (llHpatch from Clio Foo says: Prince Tumi has moblllcd Ur.O.OOO moil, divided Into diircrciit corps. Tho northern corps 1ms been ordered to ovpel for eigners from Amur. The Pekin ar my, wlilcli Ih divided into four corps, Ih Lliu lira I. lo begin operations. !lllllH (flimilllllH III I.OIItloM. London, July 10. If Uie. news of a ClihiCHL invasion of Siberia proves trim it will, of course, InimeiiHely eomplicale Hie Hit tint ion from the In ternational point of view. Ah stated in the SI. Petersburg dispatch of filly 1H tho ChlncKe liad already per-, einptorily ordered all Russians to quit iMaiielitirin, but no one Imagined they would bo audacious enough to break out of their own country and attack Kussiiui territory. Such an 'outbreak, If it ...

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 July 1900

t a-wvr- w " ,' 'Wlw'1 " WPP ,r y WERE FREE PASSES USED? Uomncrittn nml IihIoii l'oimllut In Nu- brnnkn Ohnrco lttitllctwin wltli Aid- Iiir JHIdrnitd Convention. Lincoln, Neb., July 23. The demo cratic and populist fusion Btatc com mittees are preparing1 to prosecute the alleged distributers of free railroad tickets to the delegates who attended the state convention of the. middle-of-the-road populists Friday at Grand Island. State Chairman Edmiston, of Ihc fusion populist state committee, says he has positive proof that tho tickets were procured ut the instance of the republican state committee and distributed in the hope that the middle-of-the-road movement would gain Hufllcicnt strength among the popu lists to take Nebraska out of tho Jlryan column. It is stated that the determination of the fusionists to prosecute has the sanction of Bryan, who is said to have advised the com mittees that the case should bo pushed. ALLEGED PLOT DISCOVERED. AmnrliMM Olllcnrrt In Munlln Srctiro Do...

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 July 1900

yfMRwfwz' r r - 7 i A POINTER 1 CHEAP READING ! Before making arranRemontB for your year's supply of reading mntto call and got our clubbing rates. The following aro some of our comblim- nattons: The Atlvorttser ono year and the Farm Journal until Dec. 31, 1004, for only $1 The Advertiser and St Louis Glob Domocrat both ono year for 81.00 The AdvortiHor and tho Chicago Iu tor Ocean for 81.40 The Advertiser and either the Toledo Blade or the New York Tribune for $1.35 Tho Advertiser and the Household , a homo monthly, for tf 1.35 Tho Advertiser and the Iowa Homo stead, Poultry Farmer and Insurance Journal all ouo year for $1.35 The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. SANDERS, Publisher AAyAAtAAVM FltllMY, JULY 27, 1000. THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER 312 ISSUES Br WAIL ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Special Offer to Mail Subscribers THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS Is tho Greatest newspaper nuccesa of recent years. Six months ago It was started; today It has 18,000 circulation In Omaha and Buburbs nnd...

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 July 1900

-j wy jBBMHBBftflBy v "' 'EStBPlHEprTVpHRPQVM v F' '"W - ! fl r MAnMnStaM the Nebraska Advertise? W. W. SANDKltS.1 Publisher Fhiday, .JftiY 27 nino The Distinguished Rough Rider to Spend a Week Cam paigning in Nebraska. Control of the Philippine Islands an Important Factor in American Trade in the Orient. Ftuto ItmtltutloiiM Converted Into Asylums (or Urokmi Down I'nrty Sittuliltoa unil X iicitiiipaitu ntn. Omaha, July 20. It is definitely Bottled that Theodore Roosevelt will pay Nobiaska a visit during tho pending campaign. This statotnont id made on tho authority of Chair man Lindsay of tho state central committee, who says that Governor , Roosevelt will dovoto at least a weolc to tho campaign in Nebraska. It will be ti great treat to tho people f Nebraska to see, not only tho next vico president of tho United States, but ouo of tho loreinost scholurs and statesmen of tho nation a man of high distinguishmont in civil and military life. Tho exact timo Governor Roosovolt will be hor...

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 July 1900

T HE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER w. w. haniikkn ruiiiuhir. NEMAI1A, NBHRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Cot nf n Cnlili Mi'i:n to !hlnn. Tt coBts $1.05 a. word lo telegraph from Now Yorlc to Shanghai, with no ullowuncc for mldfi'KH and signature. Kipminn. of till mini; liiitoii n Wiir. In 15 yearn tlio expenses of admin iHlcrlny Ibo municipal government of JJo.ston lias inereitHed from $15,589,000 to $29,325,000. HU I'nul U'lirilH it CntiviMit'on llitll. St. Paul ellleim arc maUitif,' iilaiin for a convention liall and anditorltim with a Heating capacity of 15,000, to cover a space. J50xl50fcot. I llir.rr to Cut Kl Klin, IIOO. The directors of 1 lie llrooklyn pub lic library have Marled u movement for I ho oKtabllHlmiciit of a. central library to cost over $1,500,000. I.I lluncr Cliniiir'n Hifn in Atnnrlnit. Two KoiiB of LI Iluiif- Chang arc ntudylnj- under a private tutor in Washington, preparatory to entering tlio Vnndcrbilt uiiivcrnity, IS'imliville, next fall. Now Yn-lc'H llrnltli 1'roMirvur-....

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 July 1900

,T'V , w-nr i ji ijiijuiipifP"!.' Jf IF H h y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. HANOKKS I'ublUher. TJEMAHA, NEBRASKA- CLACK SHEEP. ,Krom their folded matco they wander far, Their ways seem harsh and wild; 'They follow the bed: o a baleful star, Their paths aro Cream-bcsutleL Yet haply they sought but a wider range, Some loftier mountain slops, .And little rocked of the country strango 1oyond tho gatea of hope. Am' haply a bell with a luring call Summoned their feet to tread 'Midst tho cruel rocks where the. deep pit fall And tho lurking snaro ore spread. "Maybe, In spltp of their tameless dam Of outcast liberty. They're sick at heart for the homely ways Where their gathered brothers be. And oft at night, when tho plains fall dark And the hills loom' large and dim, .For the shepherd's voice they mutely hark, And their souls go out to him. Meanwhile, "Black sheep! blaclc shecpl" we cry, Safe In the Inner fold; And maybe they hear, nnd wonder why, And marvel, out In the. cold. Richard Bur...

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 July 1900

I W""""" MfW -- "m jfy" ' inifi. - "-"'WlWfl' - J -Jin , ' y?" ' - T 1 tf f ' t - r I? - t f V f Iv p. v't I'V . 4 "if, .rtij UUNlS rVlllfU. All USL (AllS, 1 Dct Cough Byru O. TMO UO Tto Ootxt. no in time Hold by (IriifftfM. Ordor of Salo. In tho mutter vt llio cslnto of llctijnmtn V. JaIoy, 1occrm.i1. Notice tn hereby kIvoii Hint In piirHiiiuico of mi ordor of John ;S. Hlull, a JiiUko of tlio District Court of Ncinnhn con nty, inmln on tlio7tli day of Juno A. I). I00, fortlioHulo of real estate liurolnnftor described, thoro will no Bold nt tho irnnt door of tho Court Houho In Auburn In mild County on Monday tho U7th diiy of AttgiiHt nt 2 o'clock P. M. nt pub lie vendue to tho hlliCNt blddur for crmh( tho followltiK described rcnl estate, towll: LoUinvo(A), nlz (6) , seven (7) And eight (6) In block fievonty-ono (71). In tho town of NcinnhnClty, In Nomnlin county, Nctinur kn; nlHO tho nouthoKHt (junctor h c i) of toe Hon rIxioj In town four 41 norm of hwiro lxtcon(16enfltoftho th P....

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. — 3 August 1900

,,w- NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, JFUIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1900. NUMBER (5 VOLUME XLV t 1 '1 31 IT it M II iwa " y Local News See Hill & Keeling for tin Insurance The Aubuiu'Chuulatiqjia begins morrow. to- Mrs Wills of Alllimco came to Nh- malm Fiidav. Fruit cans for suit- by the Edwards & Hmdtoid Lumber Co. S Cooper Hells Page's Woven Wire fence bea. fence on earth Sen W. W. Harris of .South Auburn for Clothing ami Dry Goods. H Frank Neal and W . II. Stowell drove In from Auburn Monday. Dr W I .Seymour, eye, ear, nose and throat, 1210 K at , Lincoln, Neb. It. M. Gillan of Auburn was in Nes malm a short time Tnenduy afternoon. Ohas. Lindaev vent to Cedar Hapids, Neb., Friday to see his father who ia very sick. The old settlers aunual reunion will be held at Nematui ou Saturday, Au g ist 18th. Ponineular heatlui! and cook stoveB I or, Billowy the Edwin da & Bradford Lumber Co II. II Nonfeldou drove down from Auburn Vednesda and visited friends tor 11 few hours. John Anderson of Phelps, Mo...

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. — 3 August 1900

w ifm&f$??mr!f ""utr VF'iff; -" "l- rv "VBJT" I R'i 'V ( jj ? ttMNMitt&Ai&frtitfNilMHHMMiltf .jPtrJtu., .(. CMM WANT A NEW PARTY. .Anil-Imperialist Call for a Conven tion at Indianapolis August 14. Tlin Pint form Hnc'll Indrpiuidmico fur Culm, I'til 1 1 l I'orto Itlcii mill Hawaii (Itilil Ditmmiral Aciilmtt I'laelnc 11 Tlcknt III tint I'mld. Indianapolis, I lid., .July 20. TI10 committee appointed tit this eonfor--nc held ( flu1 I'ln.ii hotel, Now York, gave oil) I lie following state ment, mill en 11 for n convention to bo held in HiIh city August, M: Tho national committee of the i?ol1 democrats have broiiKht tin1 usefulness of Hint ori;nnliitlon to an end. It now Imxsoiiich llui duty of the liulcpenilont committee to enable the Indcpumlont votcnt In place In tho llfld 11 plulfortn and candidate!) which limy can coiihcIcii (loimly nupport. T1ih cm only ho dono Iiy u now party, permanent In ItH hIiiih, ntid prepared to tnlto positive stepj against hoth old parth'H. Wo h...

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. — 3 August 1900

n ifTTW WfHf' ""VJTpfflBr-Mjm'? r t 1 T wwmwwwwwwiwiim w mar Imkthsns VegetahBe Qompoumd cures the ills peculiar to women it tones up their general health, eases down overwrought nerves, azures those awful backaches and reg ulates menstruation it does this because it acts directly on tlso fe male organism and! makes it healthy, relieving ansS curing aSi inflammation and displacements Nothing else is just as good and many things that 'may be suggested! are dangerous This great medicine has a constant record of cure Thou sands of women testify to EL Read their letters con stantly appearing in this paper THE WILD EOKEY CROP. Texan lloci Are limy TIil .Summer unit the Ii'lowprt Are Luxuriant. The Sent of IVixr. "My husband is so nice nbout explaining these war terms to me. 1 know I nggravate him awfully, too, sometimes. Why, only think, J had to ask him this morning what the seat of war was for?" "Yes?" "Wasn't it foolish? But he's so patient. The idea that 1 didn't have sense enough to...

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. — 3 August 1900

ayF Ti Wtcj K.iiii ntrmt&&4inTmwmrmwi ' u I- 3 THIS ami REFOIIMEHS How Funioniats Aro Prrying Upon Tax Payors of llobraaka at Beatrice. HOME FOR f tEBLE-MINDED YOUTH The Hoetm of Turmoil, Dlm'iinl I'ruuil mill pollution Drtiiilct-iiiivMi, luriim ljtoiif')',nlfi1iouaty, Treimurj UiMhimmI Klnilrod (XTpniim Cuiniiilttoil by Olll curM High ii1 I.unr. Shntnoful Incompetency gross icr vcralon of the public funds use of the nppolntivc power to reward party wiU'l II lea regardlosij of merit imiwige uient'H linndH tied by hlgli-ui) fusion ofllciulB ufllctril recordB in bad shape and over the i'oynter lulinlnlsttatlon In its entirety hnngH the shadow of cul pable negligence and scandal. This In brief la an epitome of the condition of the Home of the Feeblo Minded Youth nt Beatrice. Several years of fusion mismanage ment and Jugglery havo sulllced to bring about a state of nf fairs In this Institution so terrible as to almost challenge public credulity. Dispassionately recited, If tho ...

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. — 3 August 1900

W7 kWRWT''W"'1' "l,"1 W" t?7 ' w?r i 'i , ' r TW T1 iyw-y t ,'rjpriW'Wi- jiw. mini.. MJ.1Jt,j,i. x rflM " &'!'-'Tiirii'5r;j-M-iiw,.li, i dii i i a I, i I, , r f o.e iro:r ska Advertis-:: Fimiay. A i crr:i luiii) i m Governor Roosevelt Removes the Cover From the Hag gard and Deceitful Face of Fusion. A Fiorcc mid Force'.'nl Tiro on the i'jillms.v oi' llryani?in by Amor- i ie:is .Soldu'r-iSlaltv-.muii, Otintr ficn.Tiil l.tiutnti In Snylnp That tli- IHimmI nt . inciiriiii Sulttlnrx N On th I!,iik1 til Aliierlriiti Kyiiliii- tlit.iT oT AkiiIiiuUIu, Speaking to tlu National Leaguo of Republican I'lubs in session at St. Paul, dovernor Roosevelt gnvo utterance to homo things which in a large degroo show iho truo character of tho man. lie said: "A politician who isn't hon est, no matter how able or smart lie is, is a curso to tho community. Don't let any man delude you by trying to convince you that ho can holp you by being a littlo dishonost on your sido. Ho will defcert you when tho c...

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. — 3 August 1900

'"lUfWS fa'ZmWW" trt , f M mtMmmmmr iw . ,ww.-r b ( a." yinmm i i i ?i, THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V. HANOKKS, I'lilillihnr. NEMAHA, - - - NEHRASKA, TOPICS OF THE DAY. Thn n.r "f itrcUotiini:. Clilnn will realize t lie gravity o5 Its offense when tlio nrmli'H of tin: wnrl.l get In mot Ion mid present their claims for indemnity. No IMvorrn. In Sou 1 1 Cnriillnii. South Carolina Ik the only stute In the union In which ditorce. is not al lowed on liny ground, and it Jh claimed that the people of that. Htato are largely in favor of the prohibi tion. cultlili'-i JN'iiijrii In tlio l'att. DrmpHoy Daniel Jtutler, who died recently In Cainden, N. .1., was known aH the, wealthiest negro in New Jersey and one of the rlehest In the United Ktutes. le left property valued at over $'00,000. Iliiimly I'Ihi-i-iI on Hut. Tacomu Iuih placed u head bounty on ratH to exterminate them as far iih possible on account of danger from the pcHtn which escape to the. shore from whips coming from phigue Btrlcke...

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. — 3 August 1900

'mgw'vmwww z?-TIF"7i!" iqpvmPT''"rTWrls iw"fW!(p TWfPOPPJJ r Y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANUKKS l'ubll.lier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. EVENTIDE. Trie daylight dies adown the sky, Bringing the hour of rest, The weary wild birds slowly ily To seek their sheltering: nests. .Across the billowy sen of foam The white-winced shins draw near, To reach the haven 'neath the hill Ere the Hr3t stars appear. Tt Is the hour man loveth best Of nil cnrth'ii passim? hours, When vesper bells ring loud and clear From many a wayside lower, .And falls the dew a blessing sweet "Where myriad blossoms grow, "While kindred tongues in Joy repeat The tales of long ago. How soft and low the breezes blow On every hill nnd lea, "Within the deli. the bird notes ring Prom every wayjlde tree. The crickets chirp their pleasing notes, "Whore meadow grasses grow, It 13 a clear, a peaceful hour For careworn hearts to know. -J. B. M. Wright, In Boston Budget. lCopyrlclit, iSgS, by S. S. McClure. -CHAPTER Xr. CONTI.VUUD. Hu...

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. — 3 August 1900

If T ( - ! ! t. - i I Q Dcst llowili Syrup. Ttc Uowl. Uro Rl In In limn. Hold hr tlniffKlRt. P1 r. TT. T Keeling, Nhmajia, Nkuuaska, Odlco lu Keeling building, second door north of Aynos' hardware store. KERKEB & HOOVER Denier In MEATS Highest price paid Tor hide, lard, tnllow, etc. Thos. W. Hiatt, Proprietor of tho Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connection with Livoiy. W. V. SANDERS, Publisher FltlDAV, AUGUST !1, 1000 flood rl(-8 nnd prompt (mice, faction Kuarnn Iced. Satin- Flour & Wheal Exchange and flour for salo lit tlio Keeling bulldi lug. Feed for salo. Ordorof Salo. In tlio mutter of tlio ostnto of llonjnmln K. I.esloy, iIucoiihikI, Notlco Is lioroliy lvon that In iiiirstmnco of nn ordorof John "U.Htull, a .Indue of tlio Dint rlct Court of Nimmliu county, iniulo on tlio 7th Uny of Jtino A. I). 11)00, for tlio Halo of real CHtato hereinafter duxorlbcd, thoro will bo hold ut tlio Irnnt door or tlio Court Houso In Auburn In mild County nn Monday tbo...

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