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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 November 1900

I xJLUUltlMSaSUiiailUUI'B.JUlllMSMUjMjW lirnftMirnw vnrt 'i -v. " :Y fc I- T A fe r - . ,A.fv ir if",. ' The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. Sanders, publ slier Friday, Novfmiikii h, WOO. 1KB 18 lil i Bryan's Plurality is Estimated at About 8,000. BEOKHAM PROBABLY WINS. I GIG VOTEJN OHIO. Vrl tjnt'rf liiiiim Mutii Holla Up nil In I ctfiwoit I'lun.llty. I Columbus, u., Nov. 8. ltopuullenn State Chnlnnnii D.el: ways: "Unolll ' clnl roturiiM from S4 o,f tho 88 counties win-runt tho olnlm of 70,000 Tor McKln ' ley ami we elect 17 of the lil members of coiii;re8s, a gain of '2 members." The estimate on tho four missing counties maltes the plurality about 7!,- 000, or n net Republican gain of about 1:2,000 over the vote of 1S00. The He- IHiblleans gained In 77 counties and the Democrats In 11, most of tho Dem ocratic gains being In Cleveland, Cin cinnati and Toledo, where It Is re ported that most of tho voto that May or Jones received last year for gov ernor went for Bryan. The largest previou...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 November 1900

WHITE HOUSE FIRES. Twice the Executive Mansion Was on the Verge of Destruction. Invctl ly the llerole Worlc of Mnllnnl 11 rrmc ii Vri'H I dent .IoIiiinoii'n c;uiitoI() lo I lu llrnvc llllJ'M. Snocliil Washington Latter. OOCTTaJIKKI nre only two or us u wlio draw the iiitixiiiiiiin pension of $50 per month," BinyH Ciilliouii Clark, one of tlio retired veterans of our elty lire department. "This pension roll 1h kept up by the voluntary contributions of the lire tm-n. For many yearn I gave up one do) Jar i-very month for the pennon fund. The lowest pension paid 1h kIx dollars per mouth and the highest is $50, which amount I draw, and It gives me. a competence." Tin; old gentleman will not discuss hi career and his deeds of daring, but lie Ik known as one of the bravest of the brave, a tnnii whoso career In the firn department of the national cap ital would fill a volume, lie likes to talk about the fire department and its good work, but never about himself. "It to not generally known n...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 November 1900

I I T M fcs W - HE WAS DULY REGISTERED. Una a "Spiel" Thnt Entitled 111m lo tho Fullcnt ConnUlcr-ntlon. PHILIPPINE NEWS. One of the registration places in the West tido lodging house district was crowded when a seedy-looking individual took his place and gazed at the notices displayed, on the walls. It was evident that he had not been shaved for several wccks and the back of his tattered coat bore evidence of hav ing come in contact with a quantity of white wash and sawdust. Still, the seedy indi vidual appeared happy and hummed softly to himself as he awaited his turn at the table, relates the Chicago Chronicle. "What's your name? demanded the gen tleman with the registration blank, in a wearied tone. .... "Cornelius Walker Dimpsey, replica tne seedy individual, gazing into vacancy. "II ow long have you been in the pre cinct?" . "Thirty days, to the minute," came the rcplv. "Where do you reside t" "In the Humalorum house, entresol floor, apartment deiuxe, front." , . ,. It is needl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 November 1900

Wi 'wy,uiMimiJtummnimum tjmu.nlmjijCTgiiijm.ui-'Wjgy m. .. .&. hi i ii ii iHTCKogttganaiiLKWiaRn j.M.u.afx(!g)C73crg;a8.iffuty) OURtS WKIRt All UH JAiifc. i uiugn b In tliuo. Roll II UH t Tastes ()( kV - !" . I Hcet Orach Syrup, TuwOiiwi uso nn or ' (lrUKKlaU. r. $P$. TT. Keeling, Nemnliu, Nebraska. Offico In Kcelini; ImlldiiiK, Hflcontl door north of AynoH hardware Hloro. PETER KEUKER, Dealer In MEATS Highest mnrkot price paid for Hides, Lurd, Tul low. etc, THOS W. HI ATT, Proprietor or the Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in cennootion with Livory Satiafaotiou guaranteed. The Nebraska Advertiser ! J. H. SEID, llrrcilor of Thoroughbred Poland China Farm one- and one-half milon south west of Nemaha. Order of Iloarhig and Noticoon Petition for Suttlouiont of Accouut. In the County Court of Noiiinha County, NobraHlm. To KMbiiIioMi Tnylor, Julia Knizlor. Kttii Woliti, JohIo Woiib. lJolhnrt Webb, Atiiiul HnliiH.Uriico Kittiw and Karl llnlim mill to all IxirroiiH into...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 November 1900

i . AUVvC iWtftoi p VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, WOO. NUMBER 21 Sftkftjka A- h , Local News See Hill & Keeling fur Ore itisuninco Thanksgiving comes next. Dr. V. 1. Seymour, No. 1210 K at. , Lincoln, Neb. S. Cooper soils Page's Woven Wire fnco best fence on earth. Mrs. John Maxwell went to Syracuso Monday to visit old friends. See W. V. Hart la of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. Buy your scoop shovels of tlio Ed wards & Bradford Lumber Co. The Advertiser and St Louis Glob0 Democrat both one year for 81.00 Mrs. Wudo. of Vesta, came to Nema ha Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Merritt. A good lino of revol vers just received by the Edwards fc Hrudfuid Lumber Company. The 13 & M. lepalr gang has fixed up Mm wagon hvidgo across tho track Baiilli of town. Husking pins and pegs, mlttnns nnd gloves for sale by tho Edwards &j Rrndford Lutnbnr Oo. Mrs.!?. A. Minlck and Mrs. J. B. Merger went to HrownvUlo Wednesday to visit friends a few days. B...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 November 1900

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. AV. HANIr-KS l'nblUtmr. NEMAHA. NRURASKA. e "VM. AW. AW. Alt. .? W AW. AW,. AJ. AW. AT AW. -MA ATA & wranirD Qnn I NOVEMBER 1900. Sun. Mon. Thur. in. sat. ty J 8 Is - I 4 K 6 g tl 12 16 & 18 19 20 21 22 29 23 Ol r? 3 a or o IT lO 30 V, ,6J Z.O z. z.u z.y ju .... iv ' i- iTIiRiIIvS??'? TOPICS OF THE DAY. Ono Dlvorcm to 'I lirnn Murrliicn". According lo statistics furnished by n missionary, there were In Japan, (luring a iccept year, :irs,:is! marriages and J 1(5,77.'? divorces about one di vorce to uvery three marriages. I'opuliitlfiri of liiilliin Tnrrltnrr. The nlllclnl census of t lie: Indian ter ritory places tlio )())iil;itlnn at 117, U'j:i, including r.0,();i:i indiatiH. The population of the Indian territory 1h 43,821 more than that of Oklahoma. Ho Form (MirWtlutt Kmlmtior Nurlwty. The U00 Jlocr prisoners at Cami Dcndwood, St. Helena, have u thriving Christian Endeavor society. Jt was Htarted at Camp Slmonstown, South Africa. Sometimes over 1...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 November 1900

T 1 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. 8ANOKUS, l'abllilirr. 27BMAHA, NERRASKA. MAN THAT MAKES US LAUGH. Tho morbid man who veara n faco Long as u mule's his beaatly brother Who lets one cliHHug frown five plnco Hut only to present another; Who nlwaya la content to gropo Along the path of care nml bother And discontent, can never hopo To win tho good will of tho Father. Qod hns no use for solemn chafT, Uut loves tho man that makes us laugh. "The nunshlne of a merry smile, The music born of rippling laughter, Are sent by heaven to bcgullo Tho tcdlou3 march to the hereafter, Their rays will pierce the darkest clouds And light them with n silver lining, Dispel the gloom that oft enshrouds Tho dreary lives of tho repining. Fun's golden cup Is sweet to quaff Cod loves the man that mnkes ua laugh. AVe were not placed upon tho earth To grovel In the dust of sorrow; To-day should nlways ring with mirth Without n thought of the to-morrow, And heaven has sent us cheery men To start and lead tho ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 November 1900

I if M i Eh iSBl hk 3 ft & m Hl '"' ll n ' ant Si T THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANIJKKH, milliliter. m i NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. OUT OF THE WRONG MOUTH. A Yoiinir DriilluC n(urnl MlNtnkr l.t-iul lit lluril I'VelliiK on li ritllctil'N I'nrl. The young dentist had a cnllcr. She wits a stylish young woman, ami towed by a stout chain the ugliest of ugly bulldogs, sny the Chicago i.cc ord. "Poor Jim," she mild, soothingly, "yon must sulTor." The young dentist gazed at the "brulo and smiled. "Tills way, miss," he Niiltl. ".lust a inlnutol Is there a mirror in the building? My hair is wild from the wind." "You will II lid one tit the. end of the Jiallway, miss." While she Htood before the mirror lie surveyed Jim. "I'm not in the habit of extruding' 1og teeth," he sollloqulz.ed, "but 1 sup pose I can do the job. It would be a good Idea to Htart In now. If she HtnndH near 1 may get tlic leant bit nervous and the ehanecH are In favor of the dog making trouble for hoiiio one. ii lie thought h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 November 1900

T A - 7 Vft&fertB.. flg-7!. riTI rTWn 3 1 1 && PERFECT COW STALL. After n Text of Seven Ycnrn Itn IJp- filK'icr Conolder It ( tit lli'Nt Tliliijf of It Kind. There is nothing nbout the dairy Imrii Hint requires so much care and ingenuity as the construction of cow ntulls. Contemplating the wisdom of mi invention thut would give not only perfect comfort to dairy animals, but insure perfect cleanliness, 1 construct ed one thai has proved to bo u. grand success, after a test oi seven yenrs. Since my stall appeared thousands of dairymen have placed them in their dairy barns and where constructed according to the plans shown in the illustrations they have always given fe,ct satisfaction. 'The construction is simple and the jiluns easily followed. If a carpenter is employed see that he mnkes no CSS, I SIDE VIEW OF STALL. .Changes, as any deviation will result in ruining the whole plan. The plat form is made of inch oak doubled with broken joints and a two-inch fall at ditch, T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 November 1900

TT.-J- m -air JMfcfe " T IB 1 & Itl fi I I .V JhFfc Tkl IP v. Ti u . Ji Afr a-. Ir THE VOTE BY STATES Result of the Presidential Election on Tuesday, November 6. fUcKlulWy nnd Koni-vnlt Carry 'Jit Ntnton and Hiicurn 'J!)." Klrnliiml Vnlim llryiwi Hinl Htiivi'imon Hnciirn IftJJ Jllmi- turul Voton from 17 Slutim. Aliilmmi-.. . Urynii secured 05,000 plurality, cur rying esvory county In the state. This congressional delegation Is-so.'ldlydoni-oornfic. Arknium, The democrats Hvccp Arkansas, the jiliinillly for Pryan reaching 05,000, The delegation to congress id olldly omocrntiu. Ciillfnrnlit. Complete retnriiH show Hint MoKin Ii:.y will hnvo -10,000 plurality In Cali fornia, and the new legishiluro 1h overwhelmingly republican. Tlic con .jjressloiml delegation Jh nolully rcpub licuii. Cnlontdo. Uryttn's ilnrallly In Colorado will aggregate .'17,000, which in 100,000 less 'Ijinn four yearn ago. FusloniKtr' elect tlic governor and other Htuto ollicers -and control the legislature. 'I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 November 1900

rr A FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE. Lnit Vnnr It Coat tho United Slnti 83, 188,0.1.1 Intrrtlii(r litul runts from tlin 43 Principal CouiitrlfK, "Washington, Nov. 10. dipt. N. M. Brooks, superintendent ot foreign inalln, says in his nnnunl report that tlicrc were 8,325,010 pounds of mail matter dispatched by sea to foreign countries during the fiscal year. Of this, 6,722,43.1 pounds were for trans atlantic destinations, almost 2,500,000 going to Great Ilrittiin. The trans atlantic malls increased 420,847 pounds over the previous year. The aggre gate cost of the foreign mail service was $2,158,0.13. It is estimated that $-1,318,801 was received by the post office department as postage on ar ticles exchanged with nil foreign countries. The report embraces statistics fur nished by the universal postal union regarding the postal service of the 43 principal countries of the world In 1803. It shows that the United States has the largest number of post offices, as well as employes. In the propor tio...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 November 1900

k fl... W. .-. r. I i t Lh ;.y. ,,0' - J i ritn, i 9. II. . V f L. L UJ-IHWJ wuiuuiujtujm'juiijiuiuiunuimjmuniuijn Ciim aVHlbC All list lillK. Couh Sirup. Tmi Good. Ceo la Urn. Sola by rtruggl'U- KTmI r. . H7". Keeling, Nomalm, Nebraska. Offlco in Kooling Imildlng, second door orth of Aynes' hardware nlore. 1'ETElt KEliKER, Dealer In MEATS Highest market price paid for IlidoB, Lard, Tallow, etc, THOS. W. II1ATT, Proprietor of tho Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Gcod Dray in cennoction with Livoiy Satiofaotion guarantocd. SHfflSSSSSKxsSI J. H. SEID, Ilrroder of Thoroughbred Poland China t&arimone.-juidsoneihalfzmicBZBOUths: west of Nemaha. Ordorof Hoaring and Notloeon Petition for ' Bettlemant of Aocount. . Injthe County Ooart of Neman County. MfttiM'ftttn. To KlUaheth- Taylor, Julia Vrazlor. Etta Wbb7Joe Webb, liolbnrt Webb, Maud Itln,Oree Ralue'am) Earl Rain nud to all twouY,,uterMt4dMn'lbe estate of Nanoy HfAHlll itAAAAIUul T s yc;i..:,-rr...-Ju. -.,- ... i wlnKbh. Mttt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 November 1900

if" "lywf ' '' K ( 1 S VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1900. NUMBER 23 iW8aMjMiMiaua3gtniwcraa ' wmiitawu uu inwunni wutaaan TxtMim!)umnV9mwanwmiirmmw, iwi&ytrnmmrrm&mntinnfarrxK&emrrxrrttvLv wiMiMm.iiivimmrxAii Huf 1L wl - j y v K A t i'v U Local JSTews Two weddings In Nemaha this week. See Hill & Keeling for fire instirnuco The school giving titty. lmd u vnciUiou Thanks Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1'210 K Bt. , Lincoln, Neb Elephants for sale by tbe Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. S. Cooper sells Page's Woven fnce besS fence on eurtli. Wire Jiuik'9 A.. Titus hua been some worso for n fow dayB. feeling See W. V. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. And now tbe children are looking anxiously forward to Christmas. If you want a good lantern go to the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Tbe Advertiser and tit Louis QIob0 Democrat both ono year for H.00 A nice lino of sleds for ealn by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Do not forgot tbo di...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 November 1900

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. BANOKItH, TablUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Chii I.onf Two Month. Tlic term of tho governor of New York expires oiTlclnHy on December 31, and from Jiinunry 1 to March 4, 1001, Theodore Jloosevclt will bo a private citizen. I'utilln Mbrnrln In liny Htt. Massachusetts has now only fotir towiiB In which there Is no public librnry and they nre very small ones. It in doubtful If any other community of 2,800,000 inhabitant)) can equal that. From lrlvn to Our. Little Node Island began with five capitals and has just reduced tho re maining number from two to one, ilually pinning Its falfh to Provi dence. It took 100 yearn to accomplish UiIh result. Ittl Crom .Mlriiwlinrrlo. Miss Clara Barton, head of the Bed Cross Fioelcty, ban placed with a firm nt Klllrcll, N. C, an order for 1,000 ntrawberry plants. These plants will bo distributed among the fruit grow ers of Texas who suffered ho Bevcrcly from the great September storm. Tim Lonsnt Kloctrlc I.l...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 November 1900

T A 1 'THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SAN DICKS, PnblUher. iNEMAHA, NEBRASKA. PERSEVERE. You nrc hlsh and higher almlnc (Earnest effort needs no shaming), With enthusiasm claiming A career; You would scale the heights of learning i For deep erudition yearning Slothful enso and byways spurning Persevere. Covet wealth? Then work and win It. And persist when you begin It, There la satisfaction In It, Nevor fear; Or you long for martial story "Want your name In song and story. Never heed the gashes gory. Persevere Pleasure pleads, be wise, eschew It, If you waver you will ruo It, Choooe your path and then pursue It, Year by year; 'Fickle hearts are happy never, Nothing, gnlncd vlthout endeavor, 'Loyal to your purpose ever, Persevere. On the heights the crown Is gleaming, Where success Is softly beaming, Dlfllculties, mighty seeming, Disappear, ' If you faco them Arm and fearless, Though the path Is cold and cheerless. Ahl the prize Is precious, peerloss, Persevere. Anno II. Woodruff, In ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 November 1900

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDERA, PablUhar. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, MUSIC IN THE HEIR. In rhythmic runt- n singer said: "There's music In tho nJr," And It In true or any cllmo In winter foul or fnlr; They llnu It fnct who fnr away mid for- rlKti landscapes routn, And what co well Ills other tnnds Is no tnlnllt ut home! "Wo hnve the trtuth exemplified until the neighbors Htiirc, And hearing baby enrol suy: "There'll muplc In the heir." Jle RiirRles, wisps and mumbles, rnnRhiK from clear Krlt to groan, JIo intirdcrH various notes In ways pe culiarly IiIh own; Sometime ho crown nnd cackles till tho very hills rejoice, SometlmcH put frills and ruhucIr, tucks und tattles In Ills voice, Or thunders like a bass drum after cooing like a dove, Or warbles n a troubadour docs to Ills lndy lovp. JIo sandwiches queer chuckles between shrillest hue and cry, JIo climbs a dozen octaves Into mURlc harsh nnd high; IIo prattles like a parrot or chirps like n chickadee, Then sends his bark afloat upon t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 November 1900

i ri . r if Y GRAND OLD CHURCH. New Yorkers Are Proud of Trinity and Its History. Fanioaa Ilcruca ami Statesmen llnrlnl Where the Din of. Tronic Is Al anoat Load Knonsh to Arouae the Dcnd. Special New York Letter. FROM Wnll street comes the roar of commerce. Just to the south, on New street, men arc shouting themselves hoarse buying unci selling utocks. From the Consolidated Slock exchange there comes a muilled tound like the rumbling of the sea. On JJroad vny there isii clatter of carts, a jungle of street car gongs and an cierlastlng, ceaseless human hum. There is a Jungle of wagon spokes. There is a conglom erate mass of people reaching us far as the vision of the eye extends It is pandemonium loose on earth without let or hindrance. nut nt ttie head of Wall Mrect, thnt great throbbing, golden thoroughfare of finance of America on the west side of Broadway, that mighty highway of 1ho people in the midst of all the din, the confusion of tongues like unto which the confusion of Reb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 November 1900

UNCLE SAM'S NAVY. Secretary Lon& Tells of Its Prow ess and Its Needs. 0nCrii Wilt ltn AnUi-rl for 8ir4,nofl,5 10, of Wlilcli in.U(M),IIOO It for Until.)' ndllinunil 2(),0()(,()00 for Dunk Mini VnnlnK-. Wellington, Nov. 27. Secretary of the Navy John I). Long has submitted liln report to President McKlnley. In piirt ho Kiiyrv - ' Tlio licet on-tun Asiatic stntion bus co operated with the army In the Philip pines, tnttwii'TtltiK and convoylni; HhlpM, putrolllnu a wldo urea of bndly-chnrted witters, Foinllnn out InndhiK" parties, anil Icccpln; tho connl clear of the enemy. Tho small Ktiiiboals have been of Krcut value In pievcnllnj? tins landing of nrtnH for tho Insurgents unci cutting oft Illicit trndo with and among tho Islands. Tho cordiality which hint characterized tho re lations of the army nnd nuvy Is Hliown by nuincrours reports from officers on duty In tho Philippines nnd ullku crcd (tiililu to both brunches of tho service. tn vlcvr of the disturbed conditions In Asiatic w...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 November 1900

11 i Siberian PrtMAi A1ollahed. Siberia Is no longer to be a penal colony The imperial decreo abolishing the lymcf status is tho result of the building of th Trans-Siberian railroad. Nothing can cony pare to the rapid settlement of tiie vast Si berian plains by tho inrushing farmers, un less it be the rapid growth achieved by that famous dyspepsia cure, llostetters Stomach Hitters. Try it for constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia, biliousness or flatu lency, if you would be well. A Mean Trick. llingso Yes, I let my wife bowl all ih wants. Jingso Why? "1 twit her about her strength and bet she can't carry up the coal from the cellar." Syracuse Ilerald." ! ... m The CcnanA of 1000. A booklet giving the population of all cities of the United States of 23,000 and over according to the census of 1000, has just been issued by the passenger depart ment of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. 1'aul Itailway, and a copy of it may be obtained by sending your address, with two-cent Rtamp to pay pos...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 November 1900

mwi MlkptMrtV f 11 Sam mm,mSthmm-ni yggay-?JSgj TOBO m.K All list JAIIS. t Cough Syrup. TaMos Good. uo m ttmo. flolel or drDislaU. PETEK KEKKER, Denier In MEATS iligbcHt market piico paid for IlidoB, Lord, Tallow, etc, THOS. VV. niATT, Proprietor of tlio Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Gcod Dray in connoction with Livory Satiafaotion guarantood. J. H. SEID, Ilreedor of Thoroughbred Poland China Fnnn ono and one-half miles bouUi woBt of Nemaha. OrdoroF Hearing and Noticoon Petition for Bottloinont of Aocount. In Din County Court of Notnnlin County, NobniHkn. To Kllr.abnth Tnylor, Julia Krn.lor. Kttn. Wobb, JomIo Wobb, Oolticrt Webb, Mnml lUtiiH.Graco Knln mid Kurl UiiIiih n ml to nil perrons Hterotrd In the entitle of Nnnoy Worrell, (IrcuaMMl, Notion In lioroby ptvon that MurHlmll Wobb linnfllort ti olltlon tirnylui; for iliiul ftnlllomnnl and allownnco ol Ills udmlnlKlm tlon Hfloouut II toil In HiU ooii it on tlifl 1st day of Novomoor, A. n. 1MX). nml for hln IIh ouurtfA mm n...

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