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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 October 1900

'Y ' M .1; a y The Nebraska Advertiser VV. W. 3aki)Bii3, publ alter L ' " ' ' FlttUAY, OOTOUIilt ft, 1000. World-Horald Plaojd in the Witnoss Ohajr Against Deuiocruoyi pertinent questions dodged liy llryiin Which Are Propounded to lllm bj- u I'rouilnont I'uiitiBjriviinlii Domocrat Healing Around tlie Uuh to buvo llli Political llocou. OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 1. If the fuslon Ists had started In ihulr campaign .by destroying the hack tiles of the news paper of their party, they inlgnt have robbed tho lcpuuhcans of boino valu able campu.gu iiteraturo. but they didn't, and must sutler tho conse quences. Tho Omaha World-Herald Is the rec ognized organ of IubIoii, not alono la Nobrnska, but In the west. Tho fol lowing figures taKen from the Issue of tho World-Herald of July 10, 1890, and July 10, 1900, not only serve to " prove .a most significant distlnguisb ment between the prices this year and those of four years ago, but they show conclusively that prices have advanced and that tho people ...

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. — 5 October 1900

9 w KS .(. - MANY TftOOPS LOST. Detachment of Our Soldiers Under Capt. Shields Taken by Filipinos. Tliorn Worn n In tlm Party nml Tlior Had Hlartod from Santa Orur, 300 Alllna Hiiuth ii f Manila, to Tnrrljo. Washington, Sept. 20. den. Mnc Arlhiir cables the wnr department from Manila thai on September 11 Capt. Dovercuux Shields, with 61 men of company F, Twenty-ninth vol unteer infantry, left Santa Cm., In Mnrliiduqiie, for TorrljoH. Nothing liaH boon hoard from lihn since anil It Is supposed that the entire party, including Capt. SlileldH, has been cap tured with many killed and wound ed. Gen. MnoArthur sent the York town and two gunboats and two com panlcH of the Thirty-eighth infantry, tinder command of Col. George S. Anderson, to Muriudiiquc immediate ly. Anderson confirmed the report ns to tlie capture of Capt. Shields nnd IiIh men but Ih unable iib yet to give any detailH. Col. Anderson Iiiih ordera to commence operations immediately nnd move relentlessly until Shlclda nnd his...

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. — 5 October 1900

fe u -' E& uft: ' J in fet f T 4$444"$f,r4,$$i$"M,tM$"t"t,'I,t"f,s 1 A Very Bad Combine Is that of A Very Bad Sprain and A Very Black Bruise It often linpppna, but just as often 1 St. Jacobs Oil i t t make n clcntt, sure, promji cure of both. i t GROWING IN MAGNITUDE. $M$M$M$ $$ j4JfJJJ5MjMJ $$ WW M - UNION MADE "1111 Tho renl worth of onr 83. OO and 83.T0 hoc compared with otbrrnmkcnl.84.00 to 8.1. OO. We are th largtit tnaWra and retailer. et men'. II 00 and t&M ihoci In the world. We make and ell more (3.00 and 3.i0 hoea than any other two manufacturers la the U. 6. Mr- XatnhlUhcd III 1870. -CO iTVIir do rou nnv $4 lo A & 3f fnw tlmna ti'linn vnn 1?i!iV vcnnluyW.li.Doiiglns WILL y. ciinn.q for A3 nnil fCOWINCEVoK $3.50 Which arujusiits guuu. LYSiS" THR KKASO moro W. I. DoiibIas S3 and S3 bo allocs nro noMlhnn any other nnko Is N-rnnao X'MlMiX jVJCli TU1J JSi:'JC rua Al JJN. THE BEST $3.50 SHOE. Made of tho hot imported and American Icnlhcri. 'lhc work, manilitplsuncxc...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 October 1900

r flti'ii U')UWiiiijj.iKwiiijijiiuirjMl'jiij'yrjjjMi.iiMijiM.wliJuiJuiJiaMiiiWmntwwBragg xiajjxarTrrjrCLKJX&jrax-ur.ttrntjitaM jsx fc-sa-BWiCTrra i V l" E I'l k is leTllai II II II IB) Ill WTTI I I Id! kMMIliMa.-VmMT lUfltS WHIRL All USt f Allb. Itoet Cough Syrup. TMtoUltKHl. In time. Sold by (lruuelt. r. TT. W. Keeling, Nemaha, Nkiihabka. Olllco In ICeulliiK unililliiif, second door north ol Ayncrf' liurrlwtiio atoro. KERKER & HOOVER. Denier tu ZMZIE.A-TS Highest price paid for hides, lard, tallow, etc. Thos. w. Hiatt, Proprietor of the Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connootion with Livery. flood rlffi nnd prompt sorvlco. Satis faction guaranteed- Flour & Wheat Exchange Mtid flour for sale at the Keeling bulldi ing. Feed for sale. J. H. SEID, Breeder of Thoroughbred PolandChina Farm one and one-half miles southwest of Ne b, Neb. EMIHEK'S SALE. Notice la i hereby given that by virtue of a ,S?.r.10.,"ui ,,a?, ' iMiiod out of the ditlrlol court of Nema...

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. — 12 October 1900

,i'-U,l it jt ( ft w VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NE1UIASKA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER J2, IflOO. NUMBER 16 llimtttffftaf cny&v?' m? mrtvm&mr m? Looal ZNTews See IIIU & Keeling for (Ire insurance Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. lalO Kst., Lincoln, Neb. Will Russell la visiting In Tennusoee and Kentucky. Miss Noma H ul th came in from Auh burn Thursday. 4 Republican rally tit Nemaha next Wednesday niglit. Mrs. 'Win. II. Hoover returned from Lincoln Wednesday. Mr. Lang 1b the name of the new 13. & M agent lit Nemaha. Lewis Logan and family visited friends In Verdon Sunday. S. Cooper soils Page's Woven Wire fnce best fence on earth. Hon. Norrls Brown cic the opera bouse next Wednesday night. Buy your scoop shovels of the Eds wards, & Bradford Lumber Co. The Advertiser and St Louis Globe Democrat both one year for 81.00 There was a very heavy frost Mou day morning the flrst of the season. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor went to Howe Friday to visit friends tor a few days. Wo can trade a good farm In ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 October 1900

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANIJBKS I'nljlUljnr. NEMAHA, - - - - NBUIIASKA. t aiastti, yji 1MM W ?l Ate VA M tK -VJ vVA OCTOBER1900. I Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wotl. Thur. Frl. iiiiiLiii?. 22 23 24 25 26 28 iStJIPKJIFiy ' tfit 'A? TOPICS OF THE DAY. Kritgrr One of ttm Worlil'a Klohnat Mnnt President Ivruger, nlncc May, 5h buIi! tc liavo shipped 7.000,000 to France. Ho Ih now reported to ho one of thu richest men in thu world. Il)unil iif It lii Hlinrt )rilr. Judge Miller, of Mercer county, I'n., has mi original wny of dealing with gambling-. Ho visited the county fair few dnys ago, and seeing u big wheel of fortune took an ax and broke it in to pieces. Not n I'nor Mhnwliic. According to the latest edition of Popr's Manual of llnilroads for 19Q0, their total earnings last year were $1,3.10,090,000 and their net earnings $417,7-1 1,0 M, which isn't exactly a poor Bhowlng. Fitthrr foilclit (it Itimbnr III II. Post master Alhert Jinnies, of Kcnr snrge, IS'. II., In believed to be the only man ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 October 1900

T n i CHINA'S NEW CAPITAL Imperial Court En Route from Tai Yuen to Singan. It Is 30O Miles Further Awny from Pokln, lint Ha Hotter TelcKraph Service tlormany Tliluks It Menus Contin ued War on Korolguors. Washington, Oct. 0. The filiincsc minister lias advised Secretary Hay of tho receipt of a dispatch stating that the imperial court is en route from Tni Yuen to Si-Ngnn-Fu, where the im perial establishment will beset up. The minister is also advised oillcially that Viceroy Yu, of the province Just va cated by the court, has been im peached for liis untl-foreign tendnn cies. The movement takes the emperor and empress dowuger about 300 miles further away from Pekin, though ac cording to the statements contained In the message, by reason of di rect telegraphic communications with Shanghai, the court practically will be nearer for purposes of negotiation with the outside world than it was at "Tai Puen. Germany In Not SatlsUed. Berlin, Oct. 0. The somewhat op timistic view of the Chines...

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. — 12 October 1900

iij'JMiiM mm'J 'f 1 hi 'Tho Nebraska Advertiser V. W. Sashkim, pub! fllior tr- FltlDAY, OOTOIIKH 12, 11100. I win State House Ring Diverting Trade to Their Pets at Lincoln. .Abraham Lincoln Then find Now llryan Mnutis tlm 1'opnlliiU. Omnhn, Oct. 8. It In observed thnt tho fUBlonlHta nro not enthusing very mucli over Governor I'oyntor. ISniie cinlly Ih this truu of the uuhIiichh men In tliu towns wlioru Htuto luHtltutloiiH arc located. Tho inurchnntH In these towns hnve hud auythliJB but n plennnnt experi ence under the I'oyntor ndmlnlHtru tlon. Trade and pntronaKe of tliu In HtltutlonH, which should properly k to them, hau boon gradually diverted to pets and favorites of tho statu house ring at Lincoln, until finally little of It goes to the local merchants. Tons of Rrocerles and supplies have lwcn shipped from Lincoln to the various Institutions during the Inst year and only such trade has been allotted to the local business men as could not well be diverted to Lincoln. Then, too, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 October 1900

" V r fc" y The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. Sandeiib, publ aher FitlDAY, OOTOniCK 12, 1000. FusioniBts Unable to Placate Morton At tack the Starch Company. THE WHY AND THE WHEREFORE Would Not Have Ilocn Molcfttcd If Mop ton Ilnd llehaveU" U tho Kxplrtiiution Offered Effort! to Crunli Out Grout Industry. NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., Oct. 8. Tho secret Is out. "The Argo Starch Company would not have been molosted by Attorney Gonernl Smyth If J. Sterling Morton had supported Bryan or refrained from nttncklng him In his paper." Tho nbovo Btartllng Btatemont was publicly made by ouo of tho moat prominent domocnats of Nebraska City Just before Bryan's mooting Wednesday night What a spectaclo! Tb.9 Argo Starch Manufacturing Company being prose cuted for violating the anti-trust law, not to vindicate tho law, but to punish J. Sterling Morton, fathor of one of tho principle a.ock-holdors, for daring to express opinions as to Bryan and Smyth. Viewed In this light what else does this mean hut an embargo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 October 1900

y i' t M i ! OT1WS FROM MANILA. MacArthur Reports on tbc Disaster to Capt. Shields and Party. WIoKo)llor tiled In Mountain, of Hlnrvn- tlm Aftnr ICoettpliie from lintir(fliil-, United Htiitow to I'rotvct It. Friend Tallin i; Troi)4 from China Wmthlngton, Oct. f. The following cablegram was received yesterday ut tlio war department from Gen. MacAr thur nt Manila: "First Infantry to Marindiiquc October 0 on Sumner; Gen. Hnro 1o command IhIuikI wltli or dp.rs to push operations until insur rection Is Ktani)cd out absolutely. He will lmve 12 full comiantcH of Infantry for the purpose. Anderson's final operations developed nothing." Thts dispatch rein ten to reinforce menta Rent to the inland of Marin riuqiii. where Capt. Shields and 51 men of the Twenty-ninth volunteer fnfnnlry were either killed or cap tured by tho insurgents. At that timo Gun. MacArthur Hent Col. An Icntou and two companies of the Thirty-ninth volunteer Infantry with tins Yorktown nnd two gunboat h to tho relief of Sh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 October 1900

;r A x y NOTES FROM THE PARIS EXPOSITION. "The Singer Manufacturing Com pany, of 149 Broadway, New York, tdiow their usual American enterprise by having a very creditable exhibit, lo cated In Group XIII, Class 79, at the Paris International Exposition, where they show to great advantage the cele brated Singer Scwing-Maehlno which ts used in every country on the globe, both for family use and for manufac turing purposes. The writer was high ly pleased with this display and ob served with much satisfaction that it was favorably commented upon by vis itors generally. The Grand Prize was awarded by the International Jury to Singer Sewing Machincs for superior excellence In de oign, construction, efficiency and for remarkable development and adaption to every stitching process used in cither the family or the factory. Only One Grand Prize for sewing ma chines was awarded at Paris, and this distinctlonof absolutely superior merit confirms the previous action of the In ternational Jury at ...

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. — 12 October 1900

n 7- atuiuj'j 'wiwoir.iii:inint.mwjiUiiiinmjmBg.BiJiimu.umnjiuuiJijuju ajijmu.jji,i.am.ju. umj.ua. iiimjijguuitiuiiMu'awimmmBim otshtit roasMAfieaflS Ewnci?B3wFisaiW?i i' CUKlS WHlHE All llbfc FAILS, P i syrup. TMiim uixki. In tlrno. Hold .ir itruKKiat. r. TT. W: Keeling, NlCMAlIA, NkIIUABKA, Ofllco in Keeling nnlUilmr, second door liortli of AyncH liiiidwaiu store. Kekker & Hoover Dcalcra In :mi:e.a.ts lllglicflt price paid for hides lftrd (allow, etc Thos. W. Hiatt, Proprietor of the Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBB. Good Dray In connection with Livoiy. (Innd rlRft and prompt ecrvlco. Satis faction jjuarantectl. Flour & Wheat Exchange and (tour for salo at tho Keating builds ing, Feed Tor enle. J. H. .SEID, Brwxloror Thoroughbred PolandChina Farm n onohalf miles southwest of Ne In, Neb. BSFERSE'S SALE. NMoo In hereby glvon that by virtue of a decree nml orcMr.nf snlo Issued out of Hit rtlRtrlot court of Nemiilm oouutv, nttto or NcbrnHkn, nail directed to the undersign...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 October 1900

B . V tX effiftt re VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER J 9, Lfloo. XUMBEK 17 tftto y I A X Local News See Hill & Keeling for lire Insurance Dr. W. I. Seymour, No. 1210 K at. , Lincoln, Nt'b. Mrs. Wells Whitten has been alck for several days. S. Cooper Hells l'uge's Woven Wire f nee beat fence on earth. L. D. Smith has movt'd Into the Lea ley house, which he recently bought. Buy your scoop shovels of the Ed wards & Bradford Lumber Co. The Advertiser and SL Louis Globe Democrat both one year for 61.00 Wo cau trade a good farm In western Nebraska for .Nemaha property. Who wants it? A good lino of revolvers just received by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Company. Mrs. Ollle Scovlll was taken sick with heart trouble Wednesday but is now better. Mrs. Walter Uadlouk has been sick for some time but we are glad to learn is some better. S. K. Anderson and family started for Superior Thursday to visit relatives for a few days, Dick Chambers has bought Rev. J. W. Taylor' pi...

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. — 19 October 1900

HAS NO PARALLEL. Philadelphia Courts Will Wrestle with a Unique Insurance Suit. Mmi AY lin Miirilnrml III AVIfn In Cold lllooil mill Wit Acquitted on tin flrnuml of Iimntiltr WnutA to llnnuvnr ft l'nllajr on llnr 1,1 fr. Philadelphia, Oct. 11. A Kiilt to re cover insurance on the life of his wife, whom hu hilled on December 31, 1893, htiH been commenced In this city by Prof. Swlthln C. Shortlldge. The milt, wlileh 1h to .recover n sum of $7,021) from J he Provident Life & Trust company, Ih one of I lie most remurka blo In thu history of life Insurance. 'J'lio tragedy which ended the life of Mm. Shortlldgo was enacted In Media on iv new year's eve and canned a great Herniation. On Hie night of the killing, hIx weeks after their marriage, Prof. Shortlldge Invited his wife to go out with him for a walk. A short distance, from the house he shot her through, the heart and then attempted suicide, hut was disarmed by n neigh bor. Jit the trial which followed Prof. 8hortlhlge was acquit...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 October 1900

t icyiyicMifiBfli T3Tywj4Wi'WffCJiCiyS wWWMfqYVsWJM-' Ui 3 ST WKtW'3WW'T V J-.L ' !. , V - A V Mike Fonntl It Bnit Welkin?. In the course of the terrible mrfrch of the Irish fusilecrs from Dundee to Ladysmith the men were much fatigued owing to the rough journey. One lnnn in particular stumbled along as if walking in his sleep. An officer passed "Sir," said llichael. "what country is this we're marching over?" "The Natal tableland, my man," was the re ply. "Uedad, sir," said Michael, "1 think the table's turned upside down and wo'ro walking over the legs of it." London Tit Bits. I)oe Cotton Acrnn with You? If aot, drink Qrniu-O mndo from pure grains. A lntly writes: "Tho first tiuio I made Grnin-O I did not liko it, but nf tor us ing it ono wcok nothing would iuduco mo to go back to coireo." It nourishes nnd f cods tho system. Children enn drink it freoly with groat benefit. It is tho strengthening sub tauco of pure grniup. Got a pnekngo to-day Irdliiyourgrocer.foUowdirectionslnnink...

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. — 19 October 1900

She Nebraska Advertiser W. W. Sanmihs, publ hIict FlllDAY, OUTOIIKIl 10, 1000. ffl Moro Than 800,000 Peoplo Turn Out to Hear Boosevolt. GALLANT ROUGH RIDER IN NEBRASKA Ttitt Itepubllcftii Vie I'railtlantUI Cnndl tlntu U Oratd by Large Crowd nl ItiipinvtMis Apilii All Along the 1.1 lie. Never In lta history bu Nebraska turned out and extended a more cor dial greeting to a public man than it accorded to Tlieodore RooaovelL Hit tour back and forth across Nebraka was a most triumphant one, being dis tinguished In enthusiasm and numbors from nil tho rout in the way of political demonstrations. All along the lino thousands of peoplo turned out to hoar him, tho tour closing with a domon utrutiun in Omaha in which fully 160, 000 peoplo participated and which was clearly the largest political demonstra tion evor hold in Nebraska. All told fully 330,000 people turned out, or approximately one-fourth of tho cntlro population of tho state. This is a record which stands alone, sur naoulng everyt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 October 1900

V r i ir ! in 1 1 i ii "2.Y.32 L imi. " the public halls of tho city, nir wait ing to catch a glimpse and hear a word from tho lips of tho hero of San Juan, Fully 150.00J) people participated in and witnessed tho demonstration, Tho governor mado addresses at four different places in the city, uud at each place tho Bpaco va9 packed with peo plo and thousands were unuble to gain admission. He was assisted by Sena tor Dolllver and Secretary of State Dobson of Iowa, the fornlcr having been with him on his tour and hav.ng mado brief addresses at various piucea. This completed what was tne greatest political and niost triumphant tour In the history of NebiiiBka. From the starting point to the finish Uovomor Roosevelt was well received, and throughout tho tour he impressed the people with his honesty, candor, fair ness and patriotism. T1UUUTE TO NEBRASKA. "I shall alwuyB remember Nebraska and her people," said Governor Roose velt In Bpeaklng of hh tour, "with fa vor and kindness. Tho cordi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 October 1900

y. THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANI1KKS rublliher. NEMAHA, - NEHRASKA. &fa$&.t-lUllJl! i OCTOBER 1900. 3 ?iV''vi?i?K:i5:vIr''il''?l?l' CURRENT COMMENT. A Chinese doctor's fee Jb perhaps the smallest in tho world, ranging from 2d to fid, but (his can be accounted for by the fact that anyone can prac tice aH doctor or physician. There seems to be no limit to the size of tho cliiHACH nt our lending uni versities nowadays. Tho entering classqs at Harvard have numbered Komcthing over -100 for several years, and now the GOO mark is approached. Illchnrd Croker, .Jr., son of the Tammany lender, lias stnrtcd to work ns a blacksmith's helper in u ship yard nt Kllzabethport, N. J. The young man is a stoekily built fellow Jiko his father and declares that he HkcB the work. A Portland (Me.) man, who seldom attends church services, was pcr minded to hear a sermon last Sunday, and was much impressed. "You are never too old to learn," he remarked confidentially to an old friend. "Now, I a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 October 1900

if X TOLL UNDER GROUND Miserable Lot of Coal Miners in the Anthracite Country. They Have to "Work for I.ttlle or No I 111 ii !; i ml flinty Have to Iilvc lillcc Ui'iinIk-The Ciiiiiiinny Store Kvll. ISpcclnl Philadelphia Letter. '"TpMlrLsituntlonofthumlners in the J nnthrneitecoal regions is of espe cial interest nt this time, for the present strike concerns not only these men nntl their families, hut also users of anthracite coal all over the coun try. Practically nil our coal of this variety comes from 370 miles of wildly mountainous, desolate country in the eastern central portion of Pennsylva nia. At the bottom of the narrow val leys are swift streams, black as ink from salts of iron and coal dust, in MINER'S IIOMU. many instances paralleled by rail roads which often have barely room for a coal train. The aspect of the landscape is depressing in the ex treme. All the timber, except laurel, lias been cut for mine props. Sulphur ous smoke and washings from the culm piles have destr...

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. — 19 October 1900

c,W 'tfAfr & YX'dk Wlf. ... as U GWK1 mMTUi ftft f AUS. fB H Bwl Couuh 87 nip. T sts (loud. UK Q PS Ultima. Hold or drnegltu. I HI lli i li Mi r. T7". W. Keeling, Nemaha, Nkiihaska. Ofllco In Keel I iik building, second door north of AynvH hardware atore. PETER KERKER, Dealers In MEATS lllftttest prico paid for hides, lard, tallow, etc. Thos. w. Hiatt, Proprietor of th Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connection with Livery. Hood rip find prompt service. Satis faction imaranteed. J. H. SEID, Breeder of Thoroughbred PolandChina Farm one aud one-half miles southwest of No h, Neb. BEFEBEE'S BALE. Notice Is tisroby plveu that by vlrtne 'of a decide aud ordur of tale Issued out of the iIlHtriot court of Netnnlm county, sUt o Nebrnskn, and directed tottio undorslgned na rerereen duly Appointed bysnld court, lu nn notion therein pending for the rmrtltlon of the tMl estate; wherein George K Lartmnre, et nl, are plaintiff, and Oora G, Hanks, n minor, at al, defendant, ...

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