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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 August 1900

I afffV -wy $iyTTWW$wr 7 vtsti- '"V " e.p"TTr" TJfl 7WffT -n.n,4yv ' piTVTfy- ' mwip7,9f' "WvWPIIV Y POOR WHO BECAME GREAT. Ex-Scnntor IiikiiIU, of ICnnsim, Tcll of .Men NoUmI In Amcrlcnn l'ublio I.lfc. SON HAD THE ADVANTAGE. Ill Ilcputntloii n nn Athlete Mnde Him Ilettcr Known Thnit Hla Studious Father Wan. YOU KNOWWMTvYOU'iaiTOIM Zfe s k Y i T The story of (ho nncestry of Lin coln, of the revolting hnnlshlps nnd privations of his childhoo.. rind youth, of his squalid environment, almost shock the sense of natural justice, snys ex-Setiator John J. Ingnlls in the Snturdny Evening Post. We feel instinctively that destiny was un necessarily cruel, harsh and severe. His great spirit bore the deep scars of those early struggles to tho grave. Scurcely any man in the country hnd a past more depressing or a future more hopelessly gloom j', desperate nnd unpromising than Grant at tho outbreak of the civil war. Henry Wilson, tho "shoemnker 01 Nntick," senator and vice-president, was horn in ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 August 1900

mmwwmm" V vfttWWfT WTfrw?!f TpT tvyfy jamw I':1 " ymvsjwymfmri1 P"SJ' ; ( j sjpr' T ; rwn nm iuiw 1 . l! 4?J l;' A POINTER J CHEAP READING ! ltoforn miikliiK arrnnRoniPntB for your yptir'a supply of rending mntto Ciilt nml Rot our clubbing rates. The following nro omo of our combiua iiHtlons: TIih Advertiser one year and tlm Farm .lournal until Dec. 31, 1001, for only $1 Tbe Advertiser nnd St F,ouh Globe Dnmocrnt both one year for 31.00 The Advertlflor and tbo Chicago In tor Ocenn for 81.40 The Advertlflor and either the Toledo Ulado or the Now York Tribune for 81.35 The Advertiser and the IIoiihoIioIiI , a homo monthly, for 81.35 Tho Advertiser and the Iowa Homo stead, Poultry Farmer and Insurance Journal all one year for 1.35 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 newspaper nucccas of recent yearn. Six monthu siku It wuu started; today It has 18.000 circulation In O...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 August 1900

"ir-wsgfprrT- rTfHyW"r "rfffprTfi i k i y- iiiwijf'jiiiu''i i' The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. SANDEUS, Publisher WVWrf Fiuday, August 24, 1000. fif K .11 i Private House and Offioo Rout Paid i GroCori'ja Taken fROM SOLDIERS HOME Af MILFOIID Old Snldlnr Growdod Out to Mnke UooM for HHuMtm nml TrlciulH of tmiclnls How Btuto l'miil Aro Usolcniljr Jsuuun tiered by I'opulUt Onielitlit. Without a doubt the most open nnd flagrant corruption practiced In any of tho Btato institutions i3 practiced at tho Soldiers' and Sailors' Home at Mllford. Officials of the Home have gono so far as to appropriate public property to tholr privnto use; ns to pay prlvato bills, Huch as houso and oltlce rent, with groceries and provisions bought with state funds; ns to dispose of pub lic property and not properly account for thn name: ns to purchase clothing and fancy furnishing goods for rela tives and have them put on tho books ns groceries and puy for them out of moneys belonging to the stato; nnd ns to fil...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 August 1900

w It (5 I i &- 1 ft i THE NEBRASKA ADYERTISEB tV. W. HANDKIf, 1'iililUhnr. NEMAUA, NI3MIASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Tim "Humr-Miuli Itreml" Wlf. DcHpito tlio net Hint Prof. T)avld Starr Jordan HiiyH Unit college-bred women mnkc the best wives a good ninny men will continue to marry and love through life the hoinc-niudo-broad wife. Umiiiml CnimroHltr. Kiihn, Locb & Co., of Wall street, New Vork, Iiiito given lo the widow of n recently deceased employe a pen Hlon of $7,000 a year, which is the full amount of the salary ho was paid when alive. To 0inniti Mtliilfllpil Tutnptiniin. Olnsgow, Scotland, is about to ndd to its experiments In municipal con trol of public utilities by operating a municipal telephone exchange for 5,000 subscribers. The plant is to be ono of the most modern hind. It is expected to pay for itself and its run ning expenses at an annual charge to each subscriber of about $27.25. The chargo by the private corporation now doing the business 1b $50. Wnultlilfit C...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 August 1900

"THW-y 'mMVrfffti', ' 1 1 Y r Y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. W. 8ANDKKS, I'ublUImr. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. THE COAST PATROL. Draw closer your oilskin Jacket To balllc tho swirling snow, For to-night's storm Is the fiercest That ever the capo did know. The fiery cyo of the lighthouse. That has flashed Its warnings far Out whcro the pitiless breakers Arc pounding tho seething bar, Has been fast closed by tne pelting Of snow and blinding sleet. What help Is there now for tho vessel A waif from the Bcattcrcd fleet? Go down on the wreck-strewn beaches Whcro tho sea gives up Its dead; Porchanco there will bo one living When fho hungry waves aro fed. 'Go up on the reeling headlands, Whcro tho sand and sleet lly fast, Propolled by a thousand furies, Pursued by the shrieking blast, And list for tho boom of tho cannon When tho tempest has paused for breath Where tho mad waves arc frightfully leap ing There arc men faco to face with death. Then fight your way to tho life crew, Thoso seamen true unil...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 August 1900

F ywc . "V J --Vf W rrff !fflBlii mSKlI .' P fc " li'-i h wh.i 'uaajn ''"' H rums whjhk All list Ilcst Cough Syrup. Tnt Homl. In time. Hold by ilnigglat. Um VMTT-iri-rtzt-Jkir-wma (X7 W. W. Keeling, KKMAIA, ilSltltASKA. Olllco !ti Koulliig btilltliiiii second door iihiUi of Ayii(!H' Imn'.WHii' atom. KERKER & HOOVEK I)vftluri In lllgliui't jirlcu paid Tor lililc, Inrd, (allow, etc. THOS. W. HIATT, I'roprletor of lliu Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray iii connootion with Livory- (looil tnt ntul p'ninpt Hcrvlcc. HiUIh fiictliiii nuatiiiilci-d. Flour & Wheal Exchange and Hour for mile at tlio Keeling buildi ing. Feed for hiiIo. ypJ A M,tf iv ' V UfjUBllrMiBM J. H. SEED, llrocilor of Thoroughbred PolandChina Farm one Ami one-lmlf mllc aotitliwost of Ni'i nii't, Nub. wl p.iiM'irt fur iitlo at thin olllce. rm I a I tmtm The American Protective Tariff League is a national organization advocating " Protection to American Labor and Industry " as explained by its constit...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 September 1900

VfNIWWWg? ' it aC Wtfafia t ip. t $ VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1900. NUMBEK 11 iV Si r ' K bN. A-J 3MMpefHef, . :x "" . .! tL W r M . . ft, 5v y, i' EDWARDS & BRADFORD LUMBER CO., DEALERS IN,' ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL and COAL If yon are going to bnild come in and figure with. us. It costs you nothing and may save you money. Our Lumber stock it is complete. In Hardware we can't be beat. We handle Paints they are the best. Come in and we will do the rest. Local News Still Itia warm. Wm. Duniels visited Stella Monday. See Hill & Keeling for Qre insurance Neokvokea for Biiie by ihe Edwards! & Bradford Lumber Co. Leslie Woodward is assisting in the drug store for a few days. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. Tin fruit cans for sale by the wards & Bradford Lumber Co. Ed- John McGechio is a Lincoln visitor this week. He wont on his wheel. For your tin spouting go to the Ed wards & Bradfoid Lumber Co. Nemn ha. Sey...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 September 1900

mKi,imfT P ft' s j ' j- ,t R-, im IT WAS LABOR'S DAY. Monday Was Celebrated in Many Cities by Wage-Earners. At !hlcnun W. .7. Ilrynn nnil (lov. Itnnsnvnlt Ilnllvnrril Adtlrc.ses nn I.iibor Topics Hpecohrit nl Kunsu City 1'nrmles tit Other I'hices. Chicago, Sept. 4. Organized labor of Chicago yesterday passed in review before Col. William .1. Hryan and Col. "I'licodoro Hooscvelt. Hour after lioiir the labor unions inarclied down "Michigan avenue past the Auditorium liotel, on ln loggia of whleli Htood the democratic nominee for president, the republican vice; presidential can didate, together with CluirlcH A. Townc, William L. Mason and a dozen other political lenders. Itotli Bryan and Roosevelt were heartily greeted by the- intMi an they marched paHt the liotel. When the hint man of the long lino of inarcherH had swung round Michigan avenue into .lackson boulevard, Col. llryan ami Col. Boose to It went. IiihIiIu the liotel, where oon after they sat ilown to n luncheon given by labor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 September 1900

Y i V - t PEACE SEEMS NEAR. Russia and the United States in a Chinese Alliance. POPULIST MANIFESTO. riitn In to Withdraw from 1'nkln anil Allow ICliiproxK to Kettirn hiiiI Necnllutit fur 1'imce Omit Itrltnln Doe Not Approve. London, Aug. 31. Diplomatic cir cles in London appear to be satin fled that llussiti has either directly sent circular notes to the powers pro posing the opening of peace negotia tions or has reached an agreement with the United States in regard to the basis on which the government at Washington will take initiative ac tion. Kussia may prefer the latter arrangement on the ground that the United States has no entanglements, like Manchuria, calculated to arouse the suspicions of the powers. Noth ing definite, however, seems to ba known at the legations in London ex cept llussin's great anxiety to end the prevailing conditions as speedily as possible, though the opinion is ex pressed that llUHsia believes, as a pre liminary to the negotiations, that the allied forc...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 September 1900

"V 'TWIT Jf1"T' ' fTW-fsr iffljtm Y r - "- ms The Nebraska A'3v-rtis;r Wv r. SandkicRi publisher September, 7, 1000 explanation of his conduct In cornice. 1 m(,n of tl0 (n,)K , .,,,,,,, p nf ,f . iiuu nun uh- Humiiuuirui in un- tn,)(, n,.p )0(,t(,(1 rVmllqonor Wn'f rloiirt Htntu IliHtltutlorm ntw1 ri..,..,.. r ii....i.. .... (lilt! wwiviimm I 1M1I1V1 III- U'HTIIA 11 'I I ID f HE What Republicanism Has Done for the Farmers of Nebraska. How Prices for Farm Products Have Increased the Lust Four Years Important Facts Ilcnrlng On Loral Affairs In Cowurctlon With tho I'oyuUT Administration. Omrrtin, Sept. U.-Hlovvly jot mircly public Bcntlinctit In Js'vuniHka Ib crys tallizing agultiHt Ilryanlstn. Hard times mid low prions under Democrat ic rule arc ho firmly Impressed on the memory of the voters that the attempt of Urytin to divert attention, through tho lnatruiiKJutMllty of vulnerable uml fullacloiiH doctrines, lms fallen flat. Tho people of Nebraska aro too In telligent itml too discer...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 September 1900

n c tsji ",,"wt, "' jw" aiwflwjw ' "WBflpV 7rF"rt,pwwwp Y f k h S. r The Ndbraska Advsrtissr W. W. SANDERS, Publisher AAiAAa FlttDAY, SliPTKMltKU 7, 10(H) Bold Work of Fusion Officials in the BoU dier3 Home tit Grand Island, 1 HE COMMANDANT AND PHYSICIAN tu ClinrKe ItidiitK' In II'rIi-HhiuIhI Act I (initio I.liilit on tli- IlnliHtlin of tliu DritR ;iih( Other Itiiido A Cliulu of Hcuiidiiln. GRAND ISLAND, Nob., August 27. Tho Soldiers' Homo nt Grand Ibiand adds another long chnptor to the his tory of gross mlsnianugdinont of the stato Institutions under tho Poyntcr administration. It Is u etory of fraud, dobauchory, criminal negllgeneo, abuse of tho In mates and kindred offenses, In which high officials at the Homo arc direct ly Involved. The commandant of the Homo Is L A. Boltzer. In his efforts to replenish his exchequer he has ponnlttcd no opportunity to escnpo. Boltzer Is as sociated with his son In the publica tion of a weokly fusion paper known as the Polk County Independent, A...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 September 1900

wn "sPTfBWiFWw;? Rj'7;-ris r" fr-w i - ff' . -;i L m. L . THE MEBRA8KA ADVERTISER W. W. HANIIICKS I'nblUlmr. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. SlJ!&&J!4da!!5iiy5 4 SEPTEMBER 1900. 5 Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. 3 2 1- JO n 12 J3 17 18 9 26 20 $23 24 25 27 n FSSeKPiP TOPICS OF THE DAY. Clond Dual of Witrllka Hplrlt I.nft. Gen. IlobcrtH latest fight Ih along a "perimeter" of .'10 miles, which Is one way to admit that there. Ih still a good deal of warlike spirit left In the burghera. Grnntnr Now York' I'tilltlrml iNflnenco. New York city lias grown to such on extent that it will hereafter elect nearly half the congressional delega tion and half the legislature of the Empire state. Hnnator Mnri;iiii' ICnlimt Ilntvltli, Senator Morgan, of Alubama, though 70 years old, claims to bo in better health than lie has bad for ten years. His friends say be will remain in the senate until he is SI). An Aiiiilllitir 'wuiiltr Lint. During the rebellion 07,058 union soldiers were killed In battle; 43,03a die...

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

,-v w. ' . THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V. HANUKIt, I'ubllihfir. NEMAHA, . . .'. ..NEBRASKA COWBOY STORIES ABOUT ROOSEVELT. iRougli Rider Had luc Friendship of the Latilemcu. Quaint Orders Given to the Cow Punch ers His Experience with a Broncho The ua'onel Won Test of Friendship. "In a most interesting letter In the Chi cngo Record, duted nt Medora, N. D., "William B. Curtis repeats ninny of the stories told him by the ranchmen and cowboys of North Dakota and eastern Montana relative to Gov. Roosevelt lie says they remember 1dm most kindly and consider him one of theniBelvcs. Amoug others Mr. Curtis relates the following: A. T. Packard, now of Chicago, was editor of the Bad Lands Cowboy when Roosevelt was ranching up on the Little Missouri, and has muuy pleasant recol lections of those days. Said he: "You cannot pay a higher compliment to Theo dore Roosevelt than to saytliat ho won the friendship of every cowboy in the Bad Lands. There isn't on earth a more dependent, self-thinking l...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 September 1900

IS IMAGER, Gil "IGNORANT TO JOES, EIGNERS" He Said that " Ignorant Foreigners" Com prised Fully One Half of the Number of Votes Received by McKinley. DcKlrratT Asntion of Democratic Natioml Chairman Jas. K Jones, Ut "in BelLvei Devoutly that Bryan Hai been Elected and Was Swindled Ont oftha Prcs.flency." "He Believed that In 1900 the Bimetallic Fores Would Win a Great Victory Ills Declaration That lbe Principles of 1896 Arc Absolutely Essential to the Welfare cfthe Country." (Extracts from the address of United States Senator Jnmes K. Jones, chair mn of the Democratic national commit too, before the Legislature of Arkansas.) Bryan's manngor, J. K. .lonos, said: "Hundreds of thousands of Ignorant foreigners, who were here Inking bread out of the months of honest labor, voted t tbr Inst election at the dictation of Mc- tory." This still makes 10 to 1 the para mount Issue. He reasserted his conviction "that the principles he spoke for were absolutely essential to the welfare of the cou...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 September 1900

.THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER Or. XV. 8ANDKRS, FnblUher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. LOVE AND DEATH. Two, from the Heights of Quiet, Come, one day, to men; Two, Love and Death, come hither, Come once, and not again. 1 turned, looked every whither, Nothing could I sec: But as tho High God llveth, One came from Him to me. She camo with touch and odor Of a summer breath: Came as shall como tho other. The second angel, Death. Swiftly my soul unfolded, Fiasiicd, and roached aw do: It drank tho pouring glory or Jleaven's summertldo. I reckon not the seasons. Tho years that fall and flow: -Ifo filled her cup and spilled It, xiiat nour long, long ago. sSInce, none has met mo seeking up and down tho ways: ..ove comes no more forever In all tho coming days; And, surely, ho shall find mo, Whether I rest or roam, 'The other kindly angel 1 Come to tako me homo. -Harper's Magazine. ICopyrlcht, 1S98, by S. S. McCljire.) CHAPTER XVH. CONCLUSION. Finding it. impossible to keep awake "in this position, lie arose an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 September 1900

-ffipj'iiij'iTfWtPfiriH'W- vhfT1T7VV h Y' ?- - "lwy"wai', "grfcu lS!nUim'nnunawr.iu uiA'i'i K' W'm.WJLirwjfflwr 'i.m.tmtLLjum.trm-vm'ftnatmuminrjitmmwijjfAruuwn ramwuuim vrvrfmmrtifvrttwtumriv Mmngfram iii.i n,tim.i AT- i ,1 Iff R ! if tV !?. At Hfe & r Wfc, t dMJJiM 1'iiuit uuiuC ill ilkf iAlt S. Host Cough 8inin, TftMos Clood. uw in limp, roia dt uriitfKirun. r. "FT. W. Keeling, NlSMAUA, NlCllltASKA. Ofllce It) Keeling biilltlliii:, second door noi th of Ayneti liaidwiiiobloio. KERKER & HOOVER Dealer In Highest price paid for hlike, lwd, UUow, otc. : Thos. w. hiatt, rroprktar ol the Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connection with Livory. Oood rifid and prompt fcrvlcc. Batls fooUoa Kcarantoed. Flour & Wheat Exchange and flour for aulo nt tho Keeling bulldi tng. Feed for aulo. J. H. SEID, Urccdcr of Thoroughbred PolanclChina Farm one and ono-lmlf mllca eoiithwoH of No tli, Neb. Old papers for salo at this olllcc. Application for Tax Dood. lo tho iii-l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 September 1900

'ATf fttoefHie .4 (in.. VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEVTEMUISK 21, 15100. NUMBBH 13 lMMI wM fMtfaftoi i H Nr . I?T ' it.' ft ? LV 2 ' t i .! ." Local News Seo Ilttl & Keeling for fire Insurance The county fair nt Auburn this week Is u grent success. S. Cooper sells Page's Woven Wire fnce best fence on earth. Clyde ami Maude Kiiuon started to school at Nemaha Monday. Dr. Hiul Mis. B. Hell Andrews drove over from Stella Thursday. Republican club meeting in the Titus store room every Friday night. Mrs. Alice A, Minick, of llrowovllle, visited Nemaha friends Sunday, The sale of (J. F. Lurimoro was post poned until Thursday or next weok. Fred Hawxby and Clarenco Conner attended the picnic at I'erit Satuulay. Mrs. Kempthorne and lior school at tended the fair at Auburn Wednesday. Ned Maxwell, who Iris been sick with malarial fever, is able to be out again, Mrs. Henry Caiee and Avis vent to Arapahoe, Nebr., Wednesday to visit friends. Slioitn Titus has moved into the house rec...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 September 1900

Wftm"ryiQtp jfMiaWIIW WPIWW 'f1-'''"'?' ' TIflpp'.).taf'---Tr "?E?W'" : ( " rr c gr THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANDKIIN, Pnblliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. N"W Mr thn Flvn-Ilnr Hhlp. Tho Deutchland linn cut down the passage ncroKH the Atlantic to live ant one-third tlnyn. Jt Ih clear that the five-day Bhip will innlco itn appcarauco early in tho coming century. Thn Junction of HncoitM. Tho qucntion of buccchh comes up with tho death of every rich man. President 1'utton, of Princeton, 1iuh on Id that no man who in raining a fnmily properly can bo accounted u failure. riy Cntillnim Tlirniiiclimtt thn Night. In India tho theatcrn aro all free. Tho curtain riuc at nine in the evening and -tiHuully lautu until five a, in. Tho peoplo like dram a.s prc nentltig tho exploits of buiiic mytho logical character. (Inn n lAUnly h thn Otlmr, Tfio American Agriculturist tellB of u HolHteiu cow that daily cata 174 pounds of food. Tli is in at lcimt as nny to believe rh tho Htatemcnt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 September 1900

V r BRYAN LOSES In All Sections of the Gountry MANY VOTES And All Indica tions Are that H( IS BEATEN POPULIST. BOSS CROKER DEriOCRAT. SOLDIER. CLERGYMAN. BRYAN Bryan's Pretensions Dissected by a Former Supporter. Warmly Supported Expansion in the New York Journal. No Thoughtful and Responsible Alan Can Hesitate. Qcn. Anderson on the Character of Our Filipino Allies. "God Has Expanded Us," Says Bishop C. H. Fowler. Will Destroy Gold Standard at First Opportunity. Democracy's Death Is a Prerequisite to Any Political Reform, Says George Rutherford, the Populist. Goo. W. Rutherford, one of the pion eers of the Populist party In Mnrlon County, 111., Bryan's home county, is out against Bryan. Mr. Rutherford has been a Populist ever since that party was formed and has quite a following in this State, as he Is well nnd favorably known as a man of high integrity. When giving his rea sons for not voting for Bryan this year, as he did in 1800, Mr. Rutherford said: "L severed my connection with...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 September 1900

I ,f. . !" ' r4u i-.' P. F &fc". .'sfcr .WB (& K".' 1 m-j sMVi V i1.' 8A - Ift bf A, ' pv . f fo"' H13SIDI3NT M'Ki'.VIjBY'H letter of acceptance Is probably tlie tnoHt Important unulllcliil ilaciitncnt Is- sued In this country In n qunrtcr of a century. The President taken the coun try Into his confidence niul throws n new light upon the history of the pnst two .years. Irrespective of Its caustic arraign ment of the critics of the administration and Its forceful clinching of the fact that Bryanlsm means the "immediate" de struction of the gold standard and sub stitution therefor1 of free silver coinage at the ratio of 10 to 1, the letter Is Im portant in the historic Reuse hecausc It gives the American people their first knowledge of the statesmanship and con ditions connected with recent epoch-making events. The President, although by nature a mild and conciliatory man, can he arous' cd to n point of dangerous combativeness, and when the mood Is on him ho becomes one of the...

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