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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 August 1900

-, - irjf" & T P- T ' "vwiw ' 'w ' MpP' "".' ' ''PWF' HMA'1 V ft rJSHMiH a. VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1000. UMH1?K 7 iwq.-gwMrnMWiiwmy m nwnwinmBwamwi'jHH tiii "M j'y '..t' - "-W; J fT ' r WWW, , j ! -BrP Tt IL 1 v 1 - l 4 V Local News Mill, ir.'UIlM See Hill & ICt'eling for tiro insurance Tom Cluipman has maved back to Nemaha. Butter continues to bo n scarce ar ticle in Nemaba. Neckyokes for sale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Wlieat, G cents; wlilto corn 31; mixed corn 20 oat3 18. S. Cooper soils Page's Woven Wire fence best fence on earth. Seo V. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing anil Dry Goods. Tin fruit cans for sale by the Ed wards & Bradford Lumber Co. Mrs. Frank Titus went to Cretin Neb., Thursday, to visit lior parents. Itov. C. II. GPmore, of Filloy, visited Nemaha friends a few hours riiuisday Mrs. Ollio Scovill has been very sick for several days but is some better now For your tin spouting go to the Ed wards & Bradfor...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 August 1900

IM .!' w I BJIYAN'S ADDRESS. Response of the Democratic Nomi nee to His Notification. Tim (Juniitlnti of IiiiiiiirliilUm lltrnlt Upon ill Length by tint Kehriiitkitii Tim ho- liltlon of tint Philippine Hlltnitlon. Mr. Chairman mid Members of the No tification Comnilttco: I hIiuII nl mi curly day, and In a more foiiniil manner, ueccpl the iioinlniitlon -which you tender, and I Hhall at that time Ihciihh the various iiuHtloiiH covered by llio democratic platform. It may not bo out of place, however, to submit a fow observations at thlH time upon thu i;eiienil eharacter of the content before iin, and upon the tientlon which Ih de clared to be of paramounl Importance In thin campaign. When I aay that the conteiU of U00 Is a contest between deuiocracy on the one band and plutocracy on the other, I do not mean to huv that all our opputientH have deliberately chosen to give to or ganized wealth a predominating lullueucu in the Uffnlrs of the government, but I lo assert that on the Importan...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 August 1900

Tv,-yrrriqY7i0 wwjaftm i,M'",,,Tf!' r if tw ipsppifw vp m j-i win wwpwipippi '' .'. i.",-m 7tJ M 4k1 X 0--1--o WIimi & nrcirArfttion has nn advertised rcn- ,'Ution that is world-wide, it means that preparation is meritorious, it you go into ftfetorc to buy an article that has achieved iiMiivers.il nonularitv like Cnscnrets Candv jCathartic for example, you feel it has the 'endorsement of the world. The judgment fjthc people is infallible because it is im personal, i lie retailer who wants to sell you .- At litnrv nlcn" in tillnw nf flirt nffwila vMf ,r,...w...,h wv . .,. ,- - ".v. . .-.v. J ; tor, lias an ax to grind, uon t it stand to rctsonT lies trying to sew something mat to, not what he represents it to be. Why: Because he expects to derive an extra profit ur of your credulity. Don't you sec through his little game? The man who will fry to sell you a substitute for Cuscarcta is a trnuu. iiewarc ot Html lie is trying to teal the honestly earned benefits of a repu tation whic...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 August 1900

f"v!T" w?4 f VM9mMMm w i. m" 1 UK Y ;c t. . p POINTER f CHEAP READING ! Heforo making nrrniiReniptitH for yonr yonr'H supply of reading mntto call nml pot our clubbing rnten. The following aro Homo of our combina tuitlons: Tho Advertiser ono jpnr anil tlio Farm Journal until Dec. :J1, 11)04, for only $1 Tho Advertiser nml St. r.ouh HI. bo Democrat both ono year for 91.00 Tho Advertiser and the Chicago In ter Ocean for 91 10 The Advertlscrand either the Toledo Blade or the New York Tilhuno for 91.85 Tho AdvertlHor anil tho MouBeholiI, a homo monthly, for &..:)& The Advertiser and the Iowa Home' atead, Poultry Farmer and Insurance Journal all one year for $ I. Sift THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER 312 ISSUES BY MAIL ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Special Offer to Mail Subscribers THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS Ib tho greatest newspaper bucccbb of recent years. Six months ago It viib ntnrteil; toduy It has 18,000 circulation in Omaha und suburbs and leuds all Omaha papers, morning or e...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 August 1900

"V -"V i"- " "' JilfPM , 5?!!!f?5" "trr J Y Y The Nebraska, Advertiser W. W. SANDERS, Publisher .AAWVrvArvSTVrV. FltlDAY, AUGUST 10, 1900 FollAGlNGONTHESTATE Bold Raids Being Made on the State Fundi by Fusion Offloials. PAID FOR SERVICES NOT RENDERED Bow iilsh Uj oiiirina un Proinou . Xr.-K.urr R.l.-Frli llra for Offl- oluls and Htnlo Hreud for Inuiutes. BEATRICE, Neb., Aug. 6. Last week's report concerning the manage- ineut or the State lusuiuuou iui - ES,BMi? Ur cltal111 "t0 faTi" gave a brief recital of tno facta. 'Ihore are other iacts relatlo to u hitherto unpublishea which arc , wor- thy of the cloaost consideration b r mvn nvr rWw qtvtp FORAGING ON THL, STAlk. Not content with placing an army of incompetents on the payroll, there is positive evidence that, not oniy nave favorites neen permuieu w " their relatives with bed and board, but furnish tnoy nave oeen perm uieu iu " money from tho public tre aaury for services never rendered. In thiB con notion the name of Judge Sulli...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 August 1900

r iWKPP"1 Y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKIt", rulillahrr. ffEMAHA, NRIIRASKA. THE lilKST FIGHT. SffilUi!!! S AUGUST 1900. a 3 Sun. Mon, III 9 20 2 27 JHww Tuo. 14 2J 28 Wed. AW 1 8 S 22 29 m . 1. Thur. Fri. Sal. f? t . . 4 I 16 23 30 0 J7 24 3 U I 18 fe 25 TOPICS OF THE DAY. Allies and Chinese Battle on the River Near Tien Tsln. The Itnllnf I'nff I.ont 1400 In Killed and Wniinclod, VhlHly Itiimlntm mid iluiutinn .lllnlntnri. Hnld to llnvo l.nft I'oUln. lUplil Triumlt if Mull. Letters mailed in Pnrlfl nrc deliv ered In Berlin within tin hour nnd u lialf, nnd Homcllniea within 35 minntcH, through pneumatic tubus. I'ro.proln Arn llrlglit. China has onc-fonrtli of the world's population, one-twelfth of its land mirfnco nnd is likely, in the near fu ture, to huve the largest graveyard on record. Outllvril Tlirrn of Her UlillUron. Qnecn Victoria lins outlived three of her children, Alice, Leopold and Alfred, nnd her oldest child, Princess Victoria, ex-empress of Germany, is said to ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 August 1900

- 'Ty'JtfMIIVl"',,?'yny 'TyrlH?nTByf'?p?rlgr' 'WHWB'W' " ', T(i"p'"'jlwmf fr'ri"nwvmmq.sfmwr'rxr )iiwijlpi!fi(MpWPf' X THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDKUS 1'ublUher. i m NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. DREAMS OF BOYHOOD. .1 wish I wcro a boy nsaln, Uncle on the dear old place, And full of dreams as 1 wan then, Ere lines showed In my face; I wish that I could lie once moro Upon the new-mown hay And have the thoughts I had beforo I rashly came away. I used to think of life In town As something great and grand: In dreams I wandered up and down Through an enchanted land; ThlngH that I view us common now Wore full of wonder then, And, oh, I wish that I, somehow, Could he a hoy again, I used to dream of days when I Might earn my dally bread, Kot with my calloused hands, but by Some genteel means Instead; I looked upon the one who tolled With honest pity then I wish my hands were hard and soiled And dreams were, sweet again. And there was one I used to know, When I was ten and sho Was twenty-four or l...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 August 1900

w!' ""'I1'!" , "upp W''H l,'WW1 J,i I" ' . umwrn wrmmmmw T T I 1 u: ,:i r- r 4 UUHIS WHtHt All Ubt Alio. Ilcut CoiiKh Syrup. Tamps OikxI. In I lino. Hulil liy ilrwiKlMfc KiBragigiftiiiTiisMMMgi (Dr. W. W. Keeling, NkMAHA, NlCllltASICA. Office it) Keeling bulldlm, seco-id door north of Aynes' lmrdw.no store. Kerker & Hoover Dealers In :MHEATS Highest prlco paid for lildcc, )nr1, billow, etc. THOS. W. Hiatt, Proprietor of tho Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connootion with Livery. (Jooil rlgn ntul prompt eervlce. Hatlf factlon Kuarntilved. Flour & Wheat Exchange and Hour for Halo at the Keeling buildi lng. Food for Halo. Ropublioan County Convntion. Pursuant to an ordor made by tho republican county contra! committee in and for Notrahu county, Nebtnska, at n meeting hold in tho city of Au burn, Nebraska, J uly 28, 1000;aropub llcun county convention la hereby call ed to meet at tho Court House in the city of Auburn, Nebraska, in huUI county, on Monday, Annu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 August 1900

--s L c It Y is ftteftto ' ' it' I I MMN4MMM VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1000. NUMBER 8 1 0 hfttta Mr i I ' i r Local News See Hill & Keeling fur lire Insurance Neckyukea for sale by the Edwards Sb Btaciford Lumber Co. 9. Cooper sella Page's Woven fenco beat fence on earth. Wire dee W. W. Harria of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. Tin fruit cans for sale by the wards & Bradford Lumber Co. Ed Kltuer Humbatigh has been sick for over a week with a severe aore throat. For your tin spouting go to the Ed wards t Brudtoid Lumber Co. Noma ha. The old settlers annual reunion will be held at Nemaha ou Saturday, Au gust 18th. MIbs Florence Minick went to John son Monday to visit her sister. Mrs. Scolleld, a few days. During the storm early Wednesday morning lightning struck a tiee near Walter Hadloek's liouoe. John Lambert is having an addition 1(5 teet square built tu his house on the farm south of Nemaha, Philip Morrison of Oklahoma hflfl been visiting his...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 August 1900

WSHBHf' CLOSE TO A CRISIS. All Day Session of the Cabinet Over Chinese Situation. Mlnlntor Cnncnr'n jMi'iniu" f Tui-Aility Iln Drought Alutlrrx to mi Arutii Hintn Atimxiitrn to tlin Imperial Onverumeut, Washington, Aug. 0. The Chinese uitiiatlon is considered very grave by the authorities In Washington. 'J'lie receipt of lite, message from Minister Conger Tuesday night which Indicated u continuation of firing on the iogn tinners and the government's insist unco Mint t lit: ministers should leave I'ckln, which Mr. Conger eoiiHidered would mean certain death, brought mutters to an acute Hinge. All day the cabinet officers, who are !u town, have been consulting with each other and the president was communicated with by telegraph and by telephone. Secretary Hoot held two conferences with Attorney General Griggs and Kcvcrul with Acting Secretary of State Adcc and their views were communi cated to the president. As a result It was announced that a message to the Imperial government at Pek...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 August 1900

V y Fn.ixliiur of (he Horse. So soon ns nature bccs nn improvement Ihere is a change. The candle gave way to electricity. The spinning wheel to machin ery, the norsc to the automobile. The fact that llostetter's Stomach Hitters has been dold for over half a century f proves its value. There is nothing to equal it for stomach or liver trouble. It is Nature's own lemedy, and the only one to cure dyspepsia or weak stomach. Soniotliliifr AY ornc. Jonson What do you know about the horrors of war? Mronson I know a lot. "You don't know a. thing; you staid at home." "I know I did; but I had to read the fellow journals every day." Detroit Free 'res s. TREES KILLED IN THE CITY. and We&k wwoen&n Beauty ami strength in women vanish early in life because of monthly pain or some menstrual irrcgularitym Many suf fer silently and see their best gifts fade away I Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound helps women preserve roundness of form and freshness of face he- cans it makes their en, tir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 August 1900

irnr wTr-r-rr r 'pys- 'Ytw BWf I Ut " nwtiiff-rnMrnrvyaTWHi,m'rwariTTin POINTER J -!.. nm r v aji'7.,s -m Jcfel ft. tt yiii ( I Hoforc inukitiK iirnimv-mni'tfl foi your vent's Hiipply of rending malic Ciill mill uct ojir ulilhhinu rati'H. 'I'lie lollnwiim nro hoiiic of our coinhlnn tuition: Tho Adviiil"ir oiu jenr and tin Farm .lonrnal until Dim. HI, 11)01, i'm only $1 Tho Advertiser and St Louis fJl.di Democrat, both ono yeai for $ (to Tho Adv(jttler and the (Jlilrnjro In ter Ocean for $1 -Id Tho Advert iei anil fit her theToled' Hindu or the New Yoik Tiibune foi 8I.35 The Advertiser and the MoiiHtdiold a homo monthly, foi,l.:t." Tho Advertiser and the Iown Home ati'iid. I'onltry Karmer and Insiuuiiei .lonrnal all one vear for $ I. lift THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS j iMmMwmiwMw w Mwwwuiwiwnr AN INDrPENDENT MWSI'AI'ER 312 ISbULS DY MAIL ffjwftiflB 1 Special Offer to Mail Subscribers THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS Is tho BrentoHt newspaper siiccchh of i count yurs. Six months ai;o It wriB HtnrtiMl; to...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 August 1900

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISE! V. W. hAMHU(, I'lilillxhT. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA before been published, was received from Captain ,1. .1. Erwln, assistant surgeon Thirtieth infantry, stationed nt Ltiebiui, in the Island of Luzon. Cnptnin Erwln snys the docutuent wns found In the church nt Luobnn when that plnee was garrisoned by the Second battalion, Thir tieth Infantry, with enlistment rolls with 'iintncH of olllccrs and men enrolled in conformity to the order. The original is in Spanish nnd the. translation is ns follows: Proof AjiuhiHt Auttlnnldo. Oontlemen: No. 1233. The Local Chiefs of the Const. From Lueban to Guinnyangan. The Office of the Secretary of the In terior has seen lit to order the following: The Secretary of the Interior of the G. U. of the Filipinos In n telegraphic circular of yesterday says to me the fol lowing: From the Secretary of the Interior to provincial presidents, to be circulated among the local chiefs of every town, Manila. ' I'ush the preparations of all the tow...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 August 1900

. w.-. j&.i,.- .. i Historical Record from the Time of the Ca palliation of Manila to Admiral Dewey and the United States Navy. War wiili ilic Filipinos Has Uccn Fostered by (lie Democratic Allies of Agiiinaldo How the Enemies of 'Our Country Have Toasted William Jennings Bryan. The Plrc In the Rcnr" Prevents Alfttirs off the Islands Dewey's ANILA cnplttilnlod' to the United Stilton forces, cpniiiiuud- ed by Admiral Dewey, on May 1, 18DS. In order to become Informed upon tin; condition of nlYnlrtf In tlio Philip pines, President McKlnley, on .Inn. -'0, 1S05), appointed a rpimnlHHlon coin posed of PreHldont .T. G. Sclitiruiiiu, of Cornell Unlvondty; Professor Dean, Worcester; Chnrlcs Donby, lato Min ister to Cltlitii; Admiral Dewey mid General Otis. Tlio c'oiiiiiiIhhIoii winded Its report to President McKlnley Nov. 2, 181)'.), and the .same was tnimiinlilcd to Congress by tlio President, Feb. 2, 1000. It renxlH In pari iih follows: "The undersigned commissioners un pointed by you...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 August 1900

tram TTW i The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. SANDERS, Publish!1. MAAAVWWtAA FltlDAY, AUGUST 17, 1000 STATE PAYS THE RENT Au Entiro Weekly and Job Printing Plant in a Fublio Building at Pom. PRIVATE CONCEltN MULCTS STATE tutlon! Can anything like It bo found anywhere else In the world? A private printing office lit a bub Up building growing fat on the tax payers and getting a bonus for doing if Doing Interrogated concerning the matter Prof. Boattle, who I3 supposed to cxcclse supervisory control ovor tho school nnd Its affairs, evlncwtl a disposition to evade discussion. Ho endeavorod to excuse the payment of tho $20 monthly to Bishop & Co., oil the grounds that they rocclvod It as part pay for printing the monthly col- oko paper. Hut wnen uskou wnat aerv ... , . - - -" cnangea stnntinlly true, gross outrages am he- that tho profits aro mndo hy tho teach ing perpetrated by lndlvlduuls proinl- 0rs, for they charge as much, and. In nont in the faculty of the school It .gome lnstancoi. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 August 1900

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8AM)i:itS I'liltllnlmr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. IT'- 7 J Sal. ? AUGUST 1900. Tuo. Wed. Thur. Frl. 2 9 & C n S 17 18 . 5 9 9 Sun. Mon. I s 5 6 S 26 27 23 24 25 Is 28 2? 30 31 V A. isiJiii?;. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Itnnk Conmilliliitlon In Olilrnc". Bunk consolidations In Chicago have now brought the utiniber of nation als down lo 15, against 27 for the fiinnllur city of 189.'), niitl 17 for the iniich smaller city of 1871. Hpnnlul Jli'llvnrjr Hliiim. Undo Sum Bold nbont 52,000,000 ttpcclal delivery stamps In 1890, nnd the tliHtiinco traveled by the messen fyeru wlio delivered tlio lettcrH upon which the Btampa were placed wan ubout 2,025,000 miles. A rnjliool for Jtiiilijrn A school for employes has been Rtnrtcd in one of the shops of the United States Cast Iron 1'ipo fc Foun dry company in Cincinnati. The com pany has fitted up n room with drawT lug a)parutUH. Instruction will bo given at thu cxpeiiHc of the eonipnny, und thu men will bo allowed their time wh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 August 1900

w MPfy ,ffW WWTWV - Y V '.) r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SAN DISKS, rnbllitirr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. MAN WHO PAYS THE FREIGHT. Come, nil ye married ladles Of hlRh or low decree, Yo Kates and Maudes and Sadies, And hearken unto me, While I detail the beauty, In laiiKimKc pretty straight, Of doing well your duty To the man who pays tho freight. When lie comen late to dinner Don't wear an angry face Ah If he were a sinner Deserving of disgrace. Ilomcmuor, ere you flout him For getting homo so late, You'd havo no meal without him This man who payathc freight. Although tho house he'll litter With papers round, perchance, Don't let a mad look Hitter Across your countenance: Though ho may rouso your mettle, Reflect, deliberate, 'The landlord's bills ho sottlcs Thls man who pays tho freight. Those sill: and satin dresses, Those, combs of tortoise shell, That each of you possesses; That silverware an well: That yearly Knotor bonnet, Thoso carpots, Urusscls straight You owe them all, doggone ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 August 1900

t 'tr Tr'jirf'yNVT c$r" ry TWwpr- re v-"wrwr?pfT''W"WWr ' ",,grWIJjr if flfpUt TWWPS rgfyviyy'yyiy mvt'rmww"m1'0WW9lP'lrW, wir"f rC C Mi lURlS WHtHt All ILSLAtlS Ej 121 Bert I'uuvh 8jmp. 'lanes (Jim. Uso 15 R1 In limn. Hnld ll llniltlflpt. 11 Qr. W. W. Keeling, NlSMAJtA, NKIIHA8KA. Ollico in Keeling mUltlim;, second door uoit.li of AyinjH' hardware atort. KERKER & HOOVER Duaturs la MEATS llltflieft prlco paid fur tittle, Jartl, tnllow, etc. THOS. "W. Hiatt, Proprietor of tlio Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connoction with Livory. (lood rJ mid prompt curvlcc. Hatln faction KUiirnniueil. Flour & Wheal Exchange and Hour for milii al tlio Keeling l)tiikl ing, Feed for hiiIo. J. H. SEID, Ilrmlcr of Thoroughbred PolundOhiim l'nrm ono and oiiu-lmtf mllcn ntliot of No lr. Null. TO 0HI0AG0 One Faro for the Round Trip via tbo Burl ington Boute Tliu HiirNnvtoii hurt offered one. fnie for round trip ($l!3.8.r) from Nemaha to Chicago, August 24th to 127th, on ac coun...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 August 1900

- - 'rrr -W- -t, H 'r J . tf-YlA.-rfC Y VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, JFIUDAY, AUGUST 24, 1900. XUMBtilt !) i ijt :- -"r ? ' WPTirsnfflpjaBRpiHiMnwnwav ft TTSfP r " "- - Ir pelfaila liteff 'is U hi! X'ff II (ft 3t i ft ,ocal News See Hill & Keeling for Are Insurance Another good ruin Thursday night School opens one Monday, week from next Miss Miirle Hoover returned to Lin toln Friday morning, Do not forgot the pink octal Saturday night. and white Neckyukes for Balo by ihe Edwards & Btuuford Lumher Co. S. Cooper sells Page's Woven tunco best fence on oaith. Wire Harry Shadley and Fred Seabury both have very sick babies. ' Seo W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. Tin fruit cans for sale by the wards & Bradford Lumber Co. Ed Found A day book and some val uable papers. Inquire at this olllce. I)r W. I Seymour, eye, ear, nose and throat, 1211) K st Lincoln, Neb. Go to the Edwaids & Bradford Lum ber Co. for corn knivesbest knives For your tin spouting go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 August 1900

I f IlK" 1 If m isv. ft ? I Wv SHOCKING TRAGEDY. Missouri Doctor Commits Three .Murders and Is Himself Killed. H. T. Ilnrrliicinii, "t 1'lnttrt County, Gon ;iiniili); for UN Kiiriiiliu AmiinK tlm DokiI lMirlfT DlllliigliniiiiMiit llitr- rliiRtun'H Motlmr-ln-l.nw, Leavenworth, Knn., Atitf. 21. Dr. 8. 1. Iliirriiifrlon, u pliyHlclmi of the II t tie town of I-'arloy, situated fhc. miles HouthcnKt of I'.'ihI Lcnuwiworth, in Vlntto county, Mo., yesterday shot down wllliont it moment's warning JMrH. Willitiin Wallace, his mother-in-lnw, and .lami'H Wallace, his wife's uncle. Two hours later, when Jolm 1'. Dillingham, Kherlir of Platte county, attempted to arrest him, Dr. llarrlng lon wont a ballet through the center of the. forehead of the ollleer of the law, and fell dead himself only when Jlenry Dillingham, deputy sheriff and won of (lie brave man wIiohc life had jiiHt gone out, put three bullets into lilx body. It was while under the Influence of tionie powerful drug, probably cocaine ...

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