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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 October 1900

SeWiiffet i- v 1 f' 14li crow ,w VOLUME XLV H . NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1900. 'UMBER 18 'WcSflBBre? Wwi IRKiL '. ) i r f ;. t, r p.- Local News Fine weather. Did you see Hanna? See Hill & Keollng for Ore Insurance One week from next Tuesday In elec tion dny. Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1210 K Bt. , lilncoln, Neb. Frank Titus has been ou the sick lint for seveinl days. S. K. Anderson and family returned from Superior Monday. How many of Bryan's predictions have ever boen fulfilled? S. Cooper sella Page's Woven Wire fnce best fence on earth. We were visited with good rninB Sandny night and Mondy. Buy your scoop shovels of the Ed wards & Bradford Lumber Co. Rev. A. V. Wilson is holding a pro tracted meeting at Brownville. The Advertiser and St Louis Globe Democrat both one year for 81.00 Mrs. UostnuWbeeler went to Auburn Thursday to visit relatives for a few days. We can trade a cood farm In western Nebraska for Ntmaha property. Who wants it? A. good line of revolvers ...

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. — 26 October 1900

L PI hi ! M UK 1HE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER . W. W. BAM)EKS, I'ubllttmr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Ilia "Tdlflnt" Not Aipriotntri1. The $lG-n-wcck butilc cleric In New JcrBoy who wim able to loot $100,000 before the directors found him out, evidently hnd u financial ability far In excess of the salary paid him. Tim Jiiiirnnylnir of tlm V.yr, A French BtatlHlleian hail calculated that tho human cyo travels over 2,000 yurds In raiding an ordinary sized novel. Tho average human being Is calculated to get through 2,500 miles of reading In a lifetime. Ono of tlm I'liw Survivor. Qcn. O. O. Howard, ono of tho few Biirvlving corps commanders of tho civil wnr, will bo honored by his friends with u complimentary banquet iu New York on his seventieth birth day anniversary, .November 8. Not I.nnc l Hninup. In China criminal and political pris oners nro beheaded. Some, of tho ex ecutioners are so expert that they can arrange and behead a man In 18 sec onds, which Is about tho shortest cut ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 October 1900

-imaKfX.s.Mnsssrmi)ni: fri.t-Aitnfiwasr -r v. i :a t v. -( 1 THE HEBRASKA ADYERTISEB W. W. BANDKKS, Pnblliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. MATURITY. Would you change tho red roso with tho wine In its blood For a promise? exchange tho rich flower for tho bud? Glvo tho tall bending grasses that wavo to and fro For tho buds of next year lying under tho Know? Clvo tho bird, with its quivering throat and its breast Thrilled with song, for the poor slghtloss bird In tho neat? Would you change the rich gem, polished, sparkling, Its worth Unmeasured, for all the rough gems of tho earth? Give tho book, finished, perfect, tho Joy of the ago, For a book to bo writ, or a plain title pngo? Glvo tho all for a fragment, tho whole for a part? Tho smllo on your lips or tho smllo In your heart? Would you drop tho rlpo fruit that you hold in your hand, Fragrant, luscious, so tempting that none may withstand Its proffer of sweetness, for bloom on tho bough? Give perfection for promise? for sometlmo tho now? Give...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 October 1900

I .. n : 3S Mai WsT itim The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. Sanokhs, publ Bhor FltlDAY, OOTOIHCIl 20, 1000. Says He Is Helpless to Resist the Demands of Politician. fitatrmenta Cnnrcrnlng tlio royntor Ad tultilHtrntloii Tlmt Aro of Keen In- I tar oft to Tax I'uyers. Oinnhh, Oct. 22. Dr. B. F. Lnns, Wlio him Juat retired from tho Hupcr lntoiidoncy of tlio Homo for tlio Kceblo Mlnrtet! Youth at Beatrice, !h among Uioho of tlio fusion faith who opouly dochiru that I'oynter Ih unlit for gov ernor ami hIioiiM lie defeated. Speak ing on tlilH HUbjoct yeatorduy Dr. Lang tin Id: "From the very commencement Governor l'oynter ha been dominated by the polltleluiiH. They have dic tated many of IiIh uppolntmcntH to places In the various atate liiHtltutlona and the remilt Ih that there Is neareely an Institution that has not Buffered more or less from this source. Out at Beatrice, a man who had been booked for an ordinary position, such as dep uty oil Inspector, or tho like, was transferred to the Ins...

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. — 26 October 1900

Y w xk .1 r i .. - .- The Nebraska Advertise W. W. Sanders, publ shcr FllIDAY, OOTOHKlt 20, 1000. DISSIPATED THE ASSETS Ecoeivor Howard Loots the Asset1 of the Exchange Bunk at Atkinson, ANOTHER POLITICIAN GONE WRONG Tho Fusion Candidate for the Important OHIco of State Treasurer tlio SIhIu Character In a Corrupt Hint Kffootlve Coimplrucy. O'NEILL, Nob., Oct. 22, 1900. Perhaps tho most high-handed cor ruption ovor practiced by a mail ap pointed by a court as rccolvpr was practiced by Samuol D. Howard, can didate for state treasurer on the fu sion ticket, as receiver of tho Exchange bank at Atkinson, Neb. Tho story of tho closing of tho bank, tho manner In which tho re ceiver was appointed and tho loo'tlng of tho assets by tho receiver and his political lieutenants, is a story preg nant with rottenness, fraud and cor ruption from start to finish. At tho tlmo the bank was placod In tho hands of n rcceivor it was per fectly solvent Tho fusion bank ex aminer had beon sent there but a sh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 October 1900

"-iht-J -, r"r ivf taArti JHfj, j ,rWi, - vt tf t'W-f'Li(,.w,WBr-(N,1,wB 'VrlWV . " HEALTH OF T.R00PS. Surgeon General Sternberg Presents Array of Interesting Statistics. Thfl Tot il Hick Niimbnr 1,130, of H'limn 1,0011 Am In Manila Iimnultr Amoiip Trooptaiid thn Per Cent, uf Thonn Wlm Itecorered. Washington, Oct. 19. Tho report of SurgiHjn General Sternberg says that the prownt force of the medical de part mciit consists of 102 officers, which in no, enough, in view of tho largo number of const defense stations, and the troops operating in Cuba, Porto lU.:o, Hawaii and tho Philippines. Tho present surgeons havo rendered ex cellent service, but. tho surgeon gen eral thiiilcH the corps should bo In creased. Jleferenco Ih made to tlio good work the army mirHo corps had performed. Tho medical statistics in tho report relato entirely to, the .cal endar year 1899, and nothing Ih given concerning tho HtatiHtics for 1000. A report from the chief surgeon of the Philippine IhIiuhIh, dated Au...

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. — 26 October 1900

Y ,1 B sa i .... . 5?V if. - 5 ... MUltnrr Automobile. The immense advantages presented by au tomobiles have had a great fascination for rogrcssive military men all over the world, arge sums have been offered for the best military automobile. In war, as in every thing, it nays to use the best weapons. The best shield with which, to protect the stom ach is llostctter's Stomnch Hitters. It is a certain cure for constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia and biliousness, and prevents ma laria, fever and ague. Papa Wan WcnrlnK (he I.nnntlry. The little girl was inclined to answer the door bell about as soon as it sounded, and onetimes she gave nnswers to whoever might be there that were curious. One day the mnn who collects the packages of laun dry was at the door and ashed if the laundry wanjeady. "No," she replied, "papa has got it on." Chicago Chronicle. Hunt for (lie lluncli, No matter what ails you, headache to a cancer, you will never get well until your bowels nrc put right. Cascarcts ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 October 1900

zm'z. , jftaaosu-.-jr lt. y- . r ,. h v srjwaKMi J-! uiW n.'TK hjlj SES&rtseSSHS S i ( I D Bo Conch Sjrup. Tmim Good. ITm J JM In time. Holn oy rinwcltU. gl r. W. TP: Keeling, NlCMAIIA, NlCllttASKA. Ofllco In Keeling building, Becond door tiortli of Ayncs' hardware store, Peter Kerker, Dcalcra In HlKlictt r!co paid for hides, lard, tallow, etc. THOS. w. Hiatt, Proprlolorof (he Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBB. Good Dray in connootlon with Livory. Good rigs nnd prompt ecrvlco. Batls (hctlon guaranteed. J. H. SEID, Ilrccdorof Thoroughbred PolandChina Farm one and onu-hatf mlloi) southwest of No ah)t,N)b. REFEREE'S SALE. Notlco in haroby glvon that by virtue of ft ileerco nnd ordor or milo ntmied out of tho ilimrlct court or Nemntm county, 8ttn o NHbniHkn, nnd directed totlio ondcrHlitncd an referee duly nppolutcd by mild court, In nn netlon therein ponding for Ihn pnrtlllnn of the real estate; whort-ln GeorKO K Larliuoru, et al, ar plaintiff, nnd Dora (1. llnnkH, n minor, et ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 November 1900

jdtftfk fffilfl VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1000. NUMBER 19 UHi H M '"M t WW i ) Local News Mud, mud, mud. Next Tuesday la election day, Seo Hill & Keeling for Are Insurance D. II, Chirk id buying up hogs to feed. Keep your temper whllo discussing politics. Frank Woodward went to Beatrice Thursday. Dr. V. I Seymour, No. 1219 Kst., Lincoln, Nob. Mrs. Ollle Seovill has been very sick for several dayn. Miss "Mora Hfntt went to Falls City Wednesday evening, S. Cooper sells Page's Woven Wire fuco best fence on earth. Mr. and Mrs. Itlloy Turney returned from Missouri Wednesday. We will toll you all about how the election goes In our next issue. Buy your scoop Bhovels of the Eds warda & Bradford Lumber Co. The Advertiser and St Louis Globe Democrat both one year for 81.(10 It was cold enough Thursday morns lug to freeze Ice on standing water. Mips Florence Burns gavo a party nt the opera house last Saturday night. Coal for threshing machines for sale by the Edw...

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

,1 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDlSltN, l'ublliher. NEMAHA, - . - NEBRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Conaltlimililo of n Munv, Aflnr All. Up to tlio ontl of September :t3,801, 000 tickets to tins I'iu-Ih exposition bud been sold. The figures indicate that It litis been considerable of a allow after all. :iilruc We 1'ulilln Mlirury. The public library of Chicago linn 200,000 volumes. Tins number ' of books circulated during "1' year ended May 31, 1000, was 1,7-19,775. Tliu library lias CO branch stations. tiiillor' Clmrcli In Pun Knini-Urii. In a sailors' church In San Fran cisco tlio pulpit Is a complete repro duction of tlio stern of a noted clipper Bhip, and aftor services on Sunday , tea Is provided for sailors wlio attend. To Ormilii i lliirlior lijr Driuleltu; A tliousand men are at work on a barren sand bench near New York which Is to be turned into a summer resort, with u huge "amusement pal nco" and several hotels. The harbor will bu created by dredging. Tlilnn of (Johl I.mv, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 November 1900

ICopyrlRhl, igoo, by A. CIIAFTEll I. Olfl Jason Fanshaw sat nt an open window, his fat legs on the. sill. As he talked, his hearers In the big- bare room drowsed, nodded or stared at him with lack-luster eyes, lie usually held forth on Sundays when the law and the Lord prohibited work and there was nowhere to go. -On this sultry afternoon his theme was his own misfortune in being bur dened with a family that contributed naught to his desires, lie had never, in exact words, voiced their shortcom ings, but in his secret soul he would have liad them perhaps less like him telf, certainly less Ijke his wife, who weighed 200 if she weighed a pound. The two girls, Mary Lou, aged IS, and Ann Josephine, 20, threatened, as their bedsiats continued to break, to surpass their mother In the flesh they were heir to, and in addition to this Impediment to activity and encourager of sloth, they had come honestly by a combination of their father's tow-colored and their mother's red hair, which little...

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. — 2 November 1900

ffjtgjsm i i.wii.rr.w The Nebraska Advertiser Citizens of Hastings Protest Against the Vile Slanders Circulated on their Fe ' low Townsman. Chrlri II. Dietrich Knilomnd by III Nttlgliltom mil i Miui of Sjilrndld. Cliuriu'ter. HnHtlngs, Nob., Oct. 80. The people of this city, Irrespective of politics, are ' Incensed unci Indignant over the cruel falsehoods put In circulation by scan dal mongers of the fusion party, con cerning the character of Charles II. Dietrich, Republican candidate for governor, and for nioro than -'0 years n beloved and highly esteemed citi zen of fhls town. There Ib not n re putable citizen here who does not pro nounce the attackH on Mr. Dietrich raise and monstrous. An a means of silencing the putrid lips or minor and exposing the vicious falsifiers who have been Imposing upon public credu lity with vile and shumeful stories about Mr. Dietrich, the following statement, signed by citizens of Hust ings, Is offered. Among those whose names npjwar as Blgners are m...

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. — 2 November 1900

JUL i -LZJ !T !JZX1"-! J.-1 a u . j; IT!rrrsa5Srfssasasa -r . - .. -( f he Nebraska Advertiser W. W. SANDERS, Publisher A(WVWtAlANM Friday, Novi.Miii.t !, 1000 IN AWOUOWflON Bhameful Stato of Affairs Prevalent at State Institution. PCEBLE MINDED YOUTH NEGLECTED B.ol.iu'. mul Uonth Among tlio Inmntos of I. umo fur Pueblo Mill (led Youth lit lttutrltit Situation In Ocuonil Is Do lilorul.lv, LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 29. 1900. Incompetency Is gcttlnk In Its dead ly work at several of the state insti tutions. It is lndeod a crying shame that the poor, unfortunate people of the Btato who are helpleas to protect thomsolves from results of lgnornnce and abuses rhould be thus treated. Govornor Poynter has placed these In stitutions in tho hands of spoils-hunting polltLln.a and tho result is that everything' is demoralized and the unfortunuto inmatos are suffering to tht extent that in somo instances death follows. The following correspondence bo tweon Mrs. S. A. Drown of Homer, wife of the chairm...

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. — 2 November 1900

FOUGHT THE TAGALS. CHINESE NATIVES SLAIN. CUBA AND PORTO RICO. THE CHINESE IMBROGLIO. TO HELP THE POOR. rHii Arthur JIo Particular of a Ilnttlo 14 Mil ICatnf Narvlran In Which I BO ItnlinU Worn Kltlnd. Washington, Oct. 27. Gen. MncAr Xhur gives nil ill-count of a detach imcnt of troops of (lie Thirty-third 'regiment and Tlilrd cavalry attacking -n. much superior force of Filipinos 14 miilos cast of Nnrvlcan, I locos prov ince, Luzon. There were 1,000 bolo uncii under J nun Viliiunor, subordinate -of Tinios. There were 400 American riflemen and a desperate battle cn sued, wlilch was nioHt creditable to the AmericaiiH, though tliey were un der lieavy )rcHHiiro by overwhelming numbers. Our troops were compelled to return to Nnrvlcan, wliieli was ac complished In a tactical, orderly man hit. Tlie insurgents lost 1C0 men. The Americans lost six killed and a Hcorc wounded and missing. Twenty nine horses arc also missing. i GREAT RAILWAY DEAL. TCtn Vnttdcrtiltt Said In llavn Nncurml Con tr...

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. — 2 November 1900

A ffe i DID THE HANDSOME THING. A. MarsylnK Minister Who Found No Fnult ivltli GnmJilIiiK I'll ruse, In a volume of reminiscences just pub lished entitled: "The Wedding Day in Lit erature and Art" a minister relates his ex perience with two weddings in the same town on t the same day, one in the morn ing, one in the afternoon. "The first wed ding fee I received was 10." he says, "a very large remuneration for the place and neo pic. After the second wedding the best man called me into a private room and thus addressed me: " 'What's the tax, parson?' " 'Anything you like, or nothing at' all,' I answered. (1 have frequently-received noth ing.) .Now,' said he, 'we want to do this thing up in style, but I have had no ex perience in tins business and do not know what is proper. You name your figure' "I suggested that the legal charge was two dollars." " 'Pdhaw,' he said. 'This ain't legal. We want to do something handsome.' " 'Go abend and do it,' 1 said. Whereupon he rcllected a moment a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 November 1900

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Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 November 1900

. . ... fc ic ',., M V I i '-T M V 1 VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, JWOO. NUMBER 20 . .'ll r I Mt ( w 0 TAW i M lh J- .A !.". i y JLocal News See Hill & Keoliug for tire insurance lien Ualdwln ha built an addition to liia house. - Dr. V. I. tieymour, No. 1210 K at. Lincoln, Neb, LlWlll Keeling Bays ho the poatollice anyway. doesn't want Jdtui's Illal, returned to Troy, Knn bus, last Saturday night. S. Cooper aelts Page's Woven ince besV fence on earth Wire Andy Tynan, of Stella, was visiting Nemaha lilends Tlnuaday. Buy your scoop shovels of the Ed wards & Bradford number Co. The Advertiser and St Louis Globo Democrat both one year for 81.01) Coal for threshing machines for sale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Mrs. Ollio ticovlll has been very low for the pa-t week but is a little hotter now. Johns Hoovor is steadily growing weaker and his death may occur at any time. A good lino of revolvers just received by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Compa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 November 1900

"1m V"' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IV. W. BANDKKH, rtibllihnr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. IUiMtU((iJ!fittiii5A NOVEMBER J900. Sal. 10 17 24 25 TOPICS OF THE DAY. Took 1 1 In Doc with lllin. Klcliurrt CroltiT, Jr., Imh vntcrcd Cornell law ttcliool and litis token with llllll to ItllllC'H Hi tltI,'H Of till! ISllgllHll hull HpcclcH, mild to liu worth $10,000. Tliuy nro thu Jlnest tuiliiiiilii of thu canine riptides ever rccii la Totupkiim county. Ciiiinllml Tr In AtMt rullti. In certain purls of AuHtrnlln canni bal trccH IIoiii'IhIi (rt'CH which can hold a ihiui'h body in their center and devour It as readily as our liiKectlver ouh wild llowerH trap the Insects on which they partly subsist 1'rh'Mt llnlil 1'riitKHlitnt Hnrvlrn. A unique religious service was con ducttcd on a recent Sunday on an American liner. The oIlleiautH were two Komiui Catholic priests. The ser vice wan for a congregation alniOKt wholly Protestant, and was conducted wholly in Knglisli. Knr rttmlmil of llitrnllty. Students of ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 November 1900

T 1 1 V X THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANUKHS, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. .TO THE LAPLAND LONGSPUR. Oh, thou northland bobolink, Looking over tho summer's brink Up to winter, worn and dim, Peering down from mountain, rim, Something takes me In thy note, Quivering wing, and bubbling throatj Something moves tne in thr ways Bird, rejoicing Ir. thy days, In thy upward hovering lllght, In thy HUlt of black and white, Chestnut capo and circled crown, In thy mate of speckled brown; Surely I may pauso and think Of my boyhood's bobolink. Soaring over Meadows wild (Greener pactures never smiled); Ilalnlng music from nbove, Full of rapture, full of love; Frolic, gay and debonair, Yet not all exempt from care, For thy neat Is In tho grasa, And thou worrlest as I pnss; But nor hand nor foot of mlno Shall do harm to thee or thine; X musing, only pauso to think. Of my boyhood's bobolink. But no bobollr.I: of mlno I3ver sang o'er mead so lino, Starred with flowers of every hue, Gold and purple,...

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. — 9 November 1900

KSmSSmI -' jn!i7cy$''0 g "TV sc '' 'JM'!- "'""TWBl'S! a SPT5?! 11. Bryan's Home State Claimed by Botfy Parties. FUSION HAS BOTH HOUSES, lluturui So Fur Kec-jlTed l'olnt to That ICnniiH Tour l'linlon CoiiKreitmnen Are Claimed, Though Only Olio In Conceded by Jlvjiubllciuu ICvturu by Counties. Omaha, Nov. 8. Election returns In Nobrnskn nro ho cIoho uh to bo watched keenly. Clinlrmiiii Lindsay of the Re publicans clnhiiH that McKlnley car ried the Htato by 7,000 or inoru, the Republican Htnto ticket wins by 0,000 to 7,000 and that the ItcpubllcanH have a majority of 17 In tho legislature. They claim tho re-election of Mercer uuil Burkett for congress and the elec tion of Pope, Morlan and possibly of Hays. Against this the Democrats claim Bryan carried the state, though by a narrow margin of perhaps not over 1,000; that fusion has a safe working majority In tho legislature; that fusion state officers aro elected by from 3,000 to 5,000, and conceding the re-election of Mercer and Burket...

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