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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 September 1900

NOMINATION OF T HE REPUBLICAN P ART Y.SEPT.8. if' if i k atatus of the native Inhabitants of the terri tories hereby ceded to the United States -ahull be determined by the Congress. ' Eleven dnys thereafter, on Dee. 21, the fob Mowing direction was given to the command er of our forces In the Philippines: "The military commander of the Uiiltcd 'States Is enjoined to make known to the In habitants of the Philippine Islands that. In -succeeding to the sovereignty' of Spain, In severing the former political relations of the .Inhabitants and In establishing a new polit ical power, the authority of the United States Is to be exerted for the securing of the persons and property of the people of the Islands and for the confirmation of all vthclr private rights nnd relations. It will !e the duty of the commander of the forces of occupation to announce and proclaim In the most public manner that we come not as Invaders or conquerors, but as friends, to protect the natives In their homes, In ...

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. — 21 September 1900

7 f J .- BHgfepik R" V SUPPLEMENT TO THE SEBRASRA ADVERTISER , W. W. BANUKHH, rnbllihar. NEMAHA, NERRARKA. FRIDAY, SBPTBMHBn, 81, 1900. NO FALTERING UNDER THE NATION'S DUTY. Silver and Expansion Arc the Paramount Issues. M. E. Inj-alls, a LUc-Long Sound Money Democrat, Writes of the Neces sity for Assuming n Larger National Life. One of the most successful, dlstln Kuls'hcd nml populnr railway presidents In the United States Is this Hon. Mel Tille 13. Ingnlls of Cincinnati. From the -rcry ground o rnllroad const ruction he lat worked his way up to the presidency ot the Chesapeake and Ohio and Rig your railway systems, nraoiig the most prosperous ot our great trunk IIiich. Mr. lnjfalls Ih one of the people, and Is prac tical hi every Idea. Ho 1m a lifelong Dem ocrat, and from the September Issue of the North American Itevlow the follow inn extracts arc made from Mr. Ingulls' Advice to (Sold Democrats: What has happened since November, 38JJ0, tit warrant a reversal of the Judg ment whi...

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. — 21 September 1900

I y rn 1!H"W ?!-w;'rp-''w A lfmf!lwif fmw5P'vtFwmwqwW9w sj'pnnm mjflpifjpppw n" Y- Y Y THE SAME OLD WAIL. Bryan's Letter of Acceptance De nounces Territorial Expansion. o Otlwr Question, tin S.iys, Can Apprnnch It In Iiupnrtitnrn l(nltnrutn tlin Dc iiiimkI for 10 In 1 Frcn Coltiugo Other Tuple Dlnmased. Hon. Jntncs L. Hichnrdson. Chairman, nnd Others of the Notification Com mittee of tho Democratic National Convention: Gentlemen: In ucccptlnc the nomina tion tendered by you on behalf of tho democratic party, I beg to nssiiro you of my appreciation of tho treat honor con ferred upon mo by the delegates Jn con vention assembled, and by the voters who avo Instruction to tho delegates. I am sensible of tho responsibilities which rest upon the chief magistrate of so great a nation, and realize tho far rcaclilug etfect of tho Questions Involved Jn the present contest. TrtiflM. The platform very properly gives prom inence to tho trust question. The appal ling crowth of combinations In rest...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 September 1900

I' . hi v ti 1 r 1 it ' ', h, -w "N 0 ,t " " "ji"t'"''v- r vwyavjtrrtwy-j-qgigfyv CLOSING OUT TO QUIT BUSINESS. HmnDpMmmwpxvpnifiMma McININCH'S Magnificent Stock of General Merchandise, including 20,000.00 1 t worth of FALL and WINTER ROODS, to be Closed Out at 25 to 50 per cent Reduction from Regular Prices. Clothing, Overcoats, Cloaks, Hats, Caps, Blankets, Comforts, Underwear, Hosiery, Dress Goods, Silks, Ribbons, Yarns, Staple Dry Goods, Shirts, Overalls, Duck Coats, Jackets, Shoes, BootSi Rubber Goods, Glass ware, Queensware, Chinaware, Wall Paper, etc. OUR DECISION TO CLOSE OUT IS IRREVOCABLE. We shall retire altogether from the Retail Business. Everything must be sold and sold quickly. Our plans for the future art such that we can allow but a short time for the closing out of this enormous stock. Such prices will be made as were never before known in this county. ANTICIPATE YOUR NEEDS! ' Save $10.00, $20 00, $40.00 or $50.00 by making your Fall and Winter Purchases now BUY NO...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 September 1900

y , Y : iO- ? : ? A V . X Y The Nebraska Advertiser W. V. Sandehb, publisher FlllDAY, Sltt'TKMIlKU'il, 1000. MP rpnn fiU 1 llh Shadows of Suspioicn Hover Ovor tho Officials (tf THE IIOSI'JfAL AT NORFOLK Stronij Inillcntlonn Unit tho Drug mill Kiiel rutiilR Hum llouii KiiUlrtl Willi ' tin Aipr..rlntloii of Nnurly 8120.000 Xlieru'll bo m D.-fleleucy ut Knil of Yettr. NORFOLK, Neb.. Sept. 17, 1900. Prosperous conditions aro in evi dence In every county of Nebraska. No ono but a rank partlsnn would attempt to assert that such conditions are transitory or unreal. It Is mat ter of 8lov growth there Is nothing artificial or uncertain about It. Within four years the farmers of Nebraska have been delivered from tho bondage of debt and thousands of them boast of a surplus. It Is trua that the requirements of the impending campaign have sug gested the fullest exposition of facts relntlng to tho changed conditions 'n every county In order that the peo ple of one county may bo apprised of the de...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 September 1900

T" v , ... EiyiMwHv "H-Wicm?, Ftmmf X- miMnrtff ROOSEVELTS LETTER. Tlic Governor Accepts the Noin illation For Vice President of the United States. A Strom Document Trcnthirr on tlio Several Issues of the Present Presidential Campaign. IinporlullMii nnil . Sound .Mutiny Aro I'ntly Tionted lie (lltio Hid Ponlllon of llm Itepiiblli-nu 1'nrly on llio Truitl yili'Htliin. Oyster JJay, N. Y., September 17, 1000. To Hon. Kiiwnrd O. Wolcott, Chairman Committee on Notification or Vicu l'rus- lUunt: Hlr I iiocopl tho iiomliiiitlun as VIco Ptcsldont of tlio United Hiatus, tendered mu by llio Ilopubllcuii National Conven tion, Willi a very deep senso or tlio honor conioiied upon mo and with an lllul'.cly deeper Kuiibo of tlio vital Impoitanuo to llio wholo country of securing tlio re olootlon of President AleKlnloy. Tlio ini tlon'H welfare la at stake. Wu must con lliiuo tho vvotk which Iiiib been ho welt begun during the present ndmlnlstnitlon. Wu muHt show In fiiHhlon incupablo of being misun...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 September 1900

TO TfT" r I wfwfwi , wq, ijn"4p v'SWV'P'ifMtffSS'1' " i"T " ' -f Y Y DUMPED IN THE SEA. Bodies of Galveston Dead Being Got Rid of in Swiftest Manner. Miscreants Fnuut! Stnnllne from thn Oend Are Dnult with 8umuirlly Death IiUt Mnr Itoxoli Ton Tlioasnml home Ornrtnmn Ntortpd. Galveston, Tex., Sept. 13. All at tempts nt burying' the (lend have been utterly abandoned nnd'bodics arc now being disposed of in the swiftest man ner possible. Scores of them were buried yesterday and hundreds were taken out to sen and thrown over bonrd. The safety of the living is now the paramount question and nothing that will tend to prevent the outbreak of an awful pestilence is being neglected. Yesterday morning it was found that large numbers of bodies which had been previously thrown in the bay were washed back upon the shore and the situation was thus rendered worse than before they were first taken in the barges and thrown into the water. It will now never be known how many have lost their lives in t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 September 1900

Wfy pLy' Pli rTW Jtf Pfc T"F -r Wmwtvw qrermtvai nvmvrra wnwrtmu -nawm ojraAJia wuiCTtg;rtau'a m rnwrav;rrKirtra.-w.rc3-u i -lixuataMn fur,t.fci:tjMiot'TwiwriiB-WMewa;WJiJJwtBJufTO'am gjia?vwt),cyBP r fc "laii L'HhriTwHfft AlllLiA t Bout Couih Byriin. HVwWrt Wood. in timo. Hold uy nniHKm. 3iWjBW AllS. EJM uin Tho Nebraska Advertiser W. W. SANDEKS, Publisher FlllDAY, SicrncMHKit 21, 11)00. Qr. Vl W: Keeling, Nbmaha, Nkjjuaska, Ollico In KtiulltiK titt IKt f )&? second door tiui th of Ayws' lmi(Hvitit'Bt)io. Kekkeb & Hoover Dealer In Highest price paid for hides, Inrd, tallow, etc THOS. W. Hiatt, Proprietor of tlrs Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connootion with Livory. flood rlRs nml prompt service. Bntls ftitlun gunraniccil. Flour & Wheat Exchange anil (lour for sulo at tho Koollng builds Ing. Ft'etl for fulo. Will Jay, tlio State Journal renr sontatlvf), Kiivo na a fraternal hand shako Tuemlay while li) wtis in Nftnii tut in Hit' Intercut, of the Jou...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 September 1900

:' SW ffr.i- --.? ?1 rm&F-' Y"','i i- c I wr ,, Jem t i ? . eftiie Y ' $ VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBEASKA, JFIUDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1900. NUMBER 14 ATlmtolwt ami Ik r r Y 1 1 . " ,'r- ff . , ' ft ' XT t m is. tf I', I A. Local News Rulny weather. Seo Hill & Keeling for (Ire Insurance A Are has been necessary for comfort this week. Mrs. Lydla Brltnble visited Auburn Tuesday. Dr. W. I. Soymour, No. Lincoln, Neb. mi) Kat., Mart Hill returned from St. Joo luat Saturday evening. S. Cooper sella Page's Woven fnce beat fence on earth. Wire Mr and Mrs. James Hiatt returned from Iowa Tuesday evening. Republican club meeting In the Titus Btore rpom every Friday night. Dr Alfred Crmie, of Brownvllle, waa a Nemaha visitor Saturday The Advertiser and St Louis Globe Democrat both one year for 81.00 Lots of pawpaws and sloes are now being brought over from Missouri Dr. Seymour, eye. v ear, nose and throat, No. 1210 K at., Lincoln, Neb. Wo can trade a good faim In western Nebraska for Nemaha prope...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 September 1900

TT" f 7- WB-." THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANI)Klt, rnlillilinr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Vlmt Hlio I'rnltnhlr MVnii-. And now Mm. Corbett wiys t lint nbe will nlioot .IiimcH on Higlit. What film probably niruiiH Is tliat hIio will Hhoot few Hlght drafts at lihn. IHit.ilm' Itxrii "riillHiitliriiiv," Lord SallHbury recently character ized Illrmu Mttxlin, the giininiikcr, aa "tlio Jiinn who had prcvcnti'd more men from dyinf of old ngo than any other portion Hint ever lived." AVorlilN I'liirnt HWiynln. irtiinbert'H widowed queen, Mnrghc rlta, of Italy, Iiiih the most beautiful bicycle In the world. The wIiccIh aro of fjolil and the frame in richly tnluld with jewelB and mother of pearl. Dun 1(1 Kxrn.nlvn Tmi Drinking. Tnsanlty lias for years been on the inercaso in Ireland, and a medical commiHsion declares that the Increase of insanity and melancholia Is large ly duo to excessive tea drlnldnu;. 1'lorlriu Iiitrmltint it" Innovation. At the election in Florida this year ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 September 1900

yf wyflf f"V fWWOTW ' 9 ,y wfwtt wynfflPJPtl Y Y d i, i i - . i r v - ii : 'j THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ty. W. SAN DICKS, FnblUhar. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE DAY OF LIFE. DAWN. Lad and lnssle ns brown us berries, Romping snyly timid the clover, iLIps as red as the juice of cherries With childish laughter rippling over; Bright eyes telling of guileless pleasure, Feet ns light as a wind-blown feather IKecplng tlmo to a merry measure, Sharing the dawn of life together. NOON. -Man pid maiden with nmplo graces, Arm in nrm through the garden strolling, Xovo Is tinting their blushing fnces, Wave of Joy from each bosom rolling; 3iand seeks hand with a tender meaning, 13o It sunny or cloudy wenthcr 'These In the field of bliss arc gleaning, Sharing the noon of life together. EV12NING. .Aged ones in the shadows waiting, Lovers still though the strife Is over; .Never a Joy of youth berating, Sighing not for the birds and clover. Xiooklng now to the hand supernal, Faith Is theirs with no question whe...

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. — 28 September 1900

wwWvkj FvrwiiRyy .'. i T rywiS" WMwfwmKit), mi'twmmmmmt Trrftrir'imm tnu f 1. lis Nebr'sLi Aiv riisor, W. V, Sanmibiis, publisher - FRIDAY, SlCI'TKMIIKK 28. 1000. 1 1 Iff The Philippine Insurgents En couraged the Same Way as Were the People cf the South. Tliotnns A. linker, n C'onfVilornto Holillcr, fciiyft Northern Democratic Sympii- thy ami lCut'uruKmiit CiiiikoiI tin) Civil War. tlifin to linvo proHjierltf. Tln-y cannot vote wrong mid oxjiw-t things to lie right. They amiiot voto for hard Union nnd expect proHporlty. Tho prliimry object Is to voto ntnl vote rljjlit. Simply Ikk-uiihc you uro MitlH.lotl with emiclltloiiB Ih no rciiHon why you bhould ruiimiii uwiiy from the pollH. Yon Hhould no there anil vote, that tlilrt grand ora of tinux nmplcd prosperity may be contlnnotit. , It Ih hiplily lmportnnt that the He 1 hlleana hall control the next legit-1 luttirc. Two United States senators are to he elected and other matter of alinoKt equal moment will come be fore that body. Shoul...

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. — 28 September 1900

jVWVF1w. , " .m v ,f , T - y ?y The Nebraska Advertiser Wi W. Sanders, publlahor CT FlttUAT, SKl'TEMilKIl 23, 1000. Tha Inmates Esonpo and tho Novel Spectnole Of A "GIRL" HUNT FOLLOWS ?octs unci Figured lIcHrlne on General Prosperity Sccmtnrr (luge on Coun try's FumiicoB JIln Answer to tho Vag aries of Cnrl Sohurz. OENEVA, Neb., Sept. 24, 1900. There Is room for much improvement In the management of the State In dustrial School for Girls nt Geneva. Particularly 1b this true la regard to affording relief to taxpayers. So far as the accounts aro concerned Steward Drennnn has a mark to his credit for tho accounts of this Insti tution have been kept In hotter shape porhapt, than those of any other. The management, however, deserves to be reckoned with. It 13 both weak and extravagant. Superintendent Wobor ("raws a sal ary of $1,500, but that d-ccs not seom to thoroughly nppeiso his appetite. He has addocl his wife's nam to tho pay roll as "housekeeper" at $30 por month. In addition to t...

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. — 28 September 1900

TW74' VfVT JFV vm,v'"' t"W" "T "V"' v-TiW"?,V "Hl iflWf ' 4 ft ," 'iV(!5vTr F-" V i t EMPIIESS' NEW HOLE. Trying to Make Peace with Chris tendom by Fighting Boxers. Moody Untile Folic III Near llm llnnkn of thn I'nl I In. Willi Ileitvy I.rn on llotli Hliln I, uniting h nnr Ciipltitl. Washington, Sept. 22. TllC ClllllCHO ntilhoritieH are trying1 to nniko uncu with Christendom by turning' against the boxers. The empress dowager Ih taking no half-way measures tigahiHl the rehelH. At least (he im perial edicts, whieh have reaelieil (lie Herutlny of American representatives, seem to have an earnest ring. They no longer order the dlHpei'Hion of box ers, hut eoininand their exlerininn t ion. TIiIh Ih the elTcet of a eahlegram received at the state departnient from CodhuI Fowler at, Che Foo. It Hays both the civil and military ofliclalH of the province of Chi LI have been di rected to exterminate the boxera. Another IIIimiiIv Itnlllii Fought. London, Sept. 22. Another bloody Imttlu Ihih bee...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 September 1900

,w " v ' yt. Y J-4t4i y OUK IOEEIGN LETTER Dealing with Commercial and In dustrial Conditions Abroad. Kcxv luiltmtr)- Ilclnic BntnlillMhcd In l'nrHKimj Tea Trnilc of India mill Clilnn Eiik11Ii Youth to He Tnuitht C 111 lit; xo. A stock company has recently been organized in Paraguay to cultivate ycrba mntc. It has n paid-up capital of $100,CCO paper, Ycrlin Mute In I'uriiKini'. or about $13,000 gold, and will start planting immediately. This is the first attempt that has been made to cultivate ycrba on a large scale, as heretofore it has all been taken from the Yerbales, where It grows wild. It promises to become a paying indus try, the consumption of this tea be ing enormous in all the Hirer Plata countries. In cultivating the plant, the seeds nre passed through an acid bath. This is necessary, because each kernel is surrounded by a hard shell, which must be softened in order that the seed may eprout quickly. If planted in its nat ural state, from three to four years pass before th...

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. — 28 September 1900

mSW h immiimwiiiuijimirini IIWXfeUl!!li?1 LUMK WHLRt All Ui MH5. Ul neat Cough Syrup. Tuum flood. uo ig in t 1 mil. no a nr nnimi. ci r-THiMHffiaiwrma r. TT. W. Keeling, Nkmaiia, Nkiikaska. Office In KeelliiK bulldliiL', fiecond door north of AyneH' lnudwaiu ntoiu. KERKER & HOOVER IH'iiturfl In ZLVUZE-A-TS Highest prlco paid for hide, lnrd, tnllow, otc. THOS. W. Hiatt, Proprietor of the Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NBBR. Good Dray in connootion with Livory flood rig nnd prompt service. Satis faction gtmrulilccil. Flour & Wheat Exchange and flour for milo tit tlio Keeling bulliN ing. Feed for milo. wSMBMBSBBB J. H. SEID, . llrocdcr of ThorouglibvcdPoliindChina Farm on ami one-half miles tjOuttiweH of Ne lli'i.Nrb. REFEREE'S SALE. NoMco Is hereby glvn Hint hv vlrtuo of ' ileereo inn) nrilor of xnlo inhiiciI out of Hit dlHlrluL court or NchiiiIih countv, ntnt nl NobniMka, unil ill root oil to llio unilorHlgnod iin rorurocH duly nppolnti'tl by wild court, In tt it notion tli...

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. — 5 October 1900

jvw -v nir t - 'flp,Tfif!M: TsafSfKrwfoy 'W ,-7 i A- lAs'k, tU(: Y taefttte . i . , r VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER fi, 1900. NUMBER 15 "rV" ?" I'' Jkf I A - t 3 Local News See Hill A Keeling for tire insurance Dr. W. I. Seymour, No. 1210 K at. , Lincoln, Neb. Christy Bros, nro loading another car ith apples this week, S. Cooper sells Page's Woven Wire fnce best fence on earth. Sam Anderson went toOraf Wednes day, returning the next day. Republican club meeting in the Titus store room every Friday night. Dick Chambers started for Aurora Friday with a car load of apples. The Advertiser aud St Louis Globe Democrat both one year for 91.00 Itev. and Mrs, A. V. Wilson drove down from Hrownvllle Thursday. Sam Anderson was an the sick list for several days but is now better. We can trade a good farm in western Nebraska for Nemaha property. Who wants it? A good line of revolvers just received by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Company, Mrs. Wm. O. Maxwell started for Guthri...

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. — 5 October 1900

'MfWWW'' . s afi !. ,. i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER tV. W. BANOKKH, I'abllthsr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. ait; V Mg M Mf. $ ai6 fi as aifr " " ag 1 OCTOBER J900. ! 3 If sun. Mon. Tub. Wed, Thur. Frl. Sat, f 1iJLl-ii-i. I 1 1 JL 1 15. ii il I 1 28" 29 30 3 J I TOPICS OF THE DAY. Tlio Hnnpuliottnrn' Turcot. President McKinley Ikim been snnp nliottcd 3,000 (iiiicn in tlio piiHt 18 mouths. Tlilti given an uvorugo of more than 11 vu times a day. Did Not Slight Kltlifir of Thorn. In Ohio a girl who was unnhlo to decide between two admirerH settled tlio matter by marrying one and elop ing witli the oilier, all in one duy. Alnlun'rt l'lonncr Votnr. IFon. A. W. Payne, Uangor's noted lawyer, has voted at 07 national und Htate elections in Maine. Ho has missed voting for president but onco tdneo 18:i:i, and then from illness. Broken Up lv Wlttiitrntrnln. One of the presidential tickets, thnt of CaflVry and Howe, has been broken up by withdrawals. The nine remain ing tickets are a snillcient safeguard nga...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 October 1900

"X T I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. W. BANOKKS I'nblUher. OUSMAHA ... - NEBRASKA. COMING OF HIS SWEETHEART. Do Dnlstcs fjprcnd a carpet fer de fnllln' er her feet My honey, my lioney, my sweet; Kn dc Kcd Hopc know de wny Wat sho walkln' ever' day, My honey, my honey, my sweet! Do niver stop en say: "flho's a-comln' dla n-wayt" .Kn do Water-Lily dancln' lak' he had a holiday; En do Winter say: "I reckon I mus' look out fer de May, My honey, my honey, my swectl" .'De Sunflower tu'n ter meet her In de medder en de street My honey, my honey, my sweet; Kn de Mockln' Elrd he say: '"I inns' slntr my bes' to-day Fer my honey, my honoy, my sweet!" 'Do Wirt's dey runs a race IDcs n-rompln' 'roun' de place, Kn blow do. ll'l stars out cazo dey pecpln' In her face; ;En do Honeysuckle tell her dat her lips Is sweet tor tnse My honey, .my honey, my sweet! TI hcah do Wells a-rlngln' cross do clover en de wheat My honey, my honey, my sweet; lln do Sun rlz up en say Ho n-llghtln' her my way, My honey,...

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. — 5 October 1900

r T f. I K 'I'm . i .i-'j ZMi rtWIIIIIIMIWWWil IPI The Nebraska Advertiser W. W, Sandkhji, publifilior Fmuay, Ootoiikk r, ioo. Sll ON 1 lilil Fusionists Painfully Silent on the $100,000 Deficiency In the Public Funds. Bryan Emhracn tli Tammriny Tiger nnd Uom Crohcr In Wlafclug tb Otlicr Kjrn. Omaha, Oct 1. Governor Pojntcr anil tlie fusion newspapers, an well oh all of tin! fusion lenders, are painfully silent on the report that ut tUo end of J'oynter's tonu Uiertj will be h deficit or shortage In the public funds of no Ichh than $100,000. Their answer to this ta abuse of Re publicans, but abusing Itepubllcnns will laurrlly satisfy the tnx puyerH, who will have to ro Into their pockets und pay the bills. The fuuionlsto have boosted of the tuivlnKH tlicy hnvc made In managing the Htatc Institutions. IIow docs this compare with fucts? Four years ago thy pointed to tho reduction In the amount HHked of and .appropriated by the legislature. The result was that at the end of the first two...

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