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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1902

& J -sUVffU. CAJ ifufi w VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN UAH Y 3L, U)02. .N'UMDFK 32 mminiiniJimi"i'-' niuwMimuMiMmiwrnuju4fjw,jirwjiiiimaiiiiMimiw.wjua Ih, l)rCl9Jw A 'A K b'v ' p a i-iocal News Cold weather. Plenty of Miow. (ooil slftghiog. Nixt SiiikIh) ts gintiudhug cltiy. t3e M T dill toi (lie insurance. The heavy fall of now was flue for the wliHrtt. Mi 3. Gialhiailli lias been sick for seveial das The Advcitinfi -mill tho Chicago In ter Ocean or St .40 J. i . Sapp. ot llrownville, gave us a pleasant call TiifMhiy Seo W. V. llairlsot South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. ' Mr anil Mis Willis Cooim returned from Oklahoma Tuesday night. We had a hard snow storm Saturday J and more hiiuw Tuesday aud Wedues day. The Advuitiner and the St. Louis (iloou Democrat both one year for uoly If 1 lb. Enoch Hunt-line rejoices over the itritvul of a daughter, lioru Tuesday, January liS, I Hi):.'. Call in nnd sen us it you want to aulmcril; for any paper published in I lie Un...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1902

iCL "TPTF m r . THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKU8, I'ulilliilior. NEMAHA, - " - NEDRASKA. CURRENT COMMENT. Tho cznr Ik a costly visitor when h froes on a state mission. HIb trip to France will cost tho government of thnt country nearly 3,000,000 frnucH. Jnmes C. Necdhnm, a member of the houso of representatives, wan bor at CnrBon CHy, Nev., In nn emi grant wagon, his parent being en route across the plains to California. There i In the city of Boston 7.1, 000 citizens who pay personal taxes and about 20,000 of this number also pay a real estate tax. The poll tax payers in Boston number about 1C0 000. Chicago's rcvenuo from water tax receipts, which was $805,000 In 1880, rose to $2,100,000 In 180!, find was $3, 100,000 in 1000. The nverago daily supply of water in Chicago is 300,000, 000 gallons. Representative Council, of Pennsyl vania, who owns a score of coal mines, besides hanks, newspapers, street cat Hncs, railroads and u lot of other things, began life as a miner with a pi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1902

1 'I r WORK OF CONGRESS. Dobnto on the Philippine tariff hill wna not continued In tho senate on the Kd, no member of tho body being prepared to proceed vrlth tho discussion. Tho bill providing for tho establishment of a de partment of commerce was tinder discus sion for nearly '.wo hours, but llttlo prog ress wna made with It. Bills were Intro duced to prohibit the Importation of opium for smoking purposes nnd for the establishment of a home for lepers In tho dry climate of the Interior.. ..When tho item In the urgent deficiency bill ap propriating $.7)0,000 for a military post nt Manlln came up In the houau Air. Cannon (III.), in charge of tho ulW, confessed that tho appropriation was subject to a point of order nnd It went out. In lieu there of he offered an amendment to appro priate tho same sum for "shelter and protection" of the officers nnd enlisted men of the army on duty In tho Philip pines. This the chair held to bo in or der nnd It at onco became tho subject of n very spi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1902

iSiT)SyS7TTB!lltTg -TWwMli wnWHWMraff lJWU IUUIWUHUftJUiWM C''n.' -' JmHn4WTiii iJWH 1 . -' J- JMWKrSW seBhiS(mS THBNEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKKB, I'ublUher. . . NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. AN EVENING PRAYER. LUc'p opening voyage, Lord, Thou dldEt safely keep O'er childhood's nkcltcrcd bays; Ab how the titles of ago around tnc creep, Protect my Hhortenlng days. I'liou didst defend my youth when eptd my linrk Out townid the open sen; As I approach the shore, unknown and dark, Still guard and care for rnc. Becalmed by Idle winds on placid sens, Thy vigil did not ceaee; Now tempests beat, and when I shrink from those, Impart uplifting peace. i When Joy, brlght-wlngcd, poised lightly on . the plow Thou gently didst restrain; Though Horrow often, voyages with me now, My troubled soul sustain. When many ships were nigh and skies were brlKht, I knew Thy presence meet; As one by one they vanish In the night, Draw near me, I entreat. Lord, Thou hast been companion, friend and guide O'er life's unr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1902

R DEED OF CHARITY. V , ' ; m-. j-i.'i i ... ,-. , h X I '" .i; - . . 'S TELL MONEY BY INSTINCT. Dnnkcrn Kikhv II ml Vote a Very Often by the Mere Touch of the KlnKcra. It seems wonderful to the casual ob server that cashiers, bank tellers and others who handle large amounts of paper money arc able at a glance to de tect a bad note. Exactly what it is that does expose the counterfeit the best experts find it diillcult to tell. They say they know it instinctively. They judge not only by the looks of a note, but by the "feel" of it, says the St. Louis Republic. It is obvious that a counterfeit note must be widely circulated to make it profitable. No sooner does a counter feit appear than its description is widely published. Those who are like ly to suffer by taking-counterfeit notes make it their business to be on the lookout for new ones, which are soon distinguishable by some easily discov ered mark. A teller knows of just what denom inations are the counterfeits and just where to lo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1902

,,, , ,, r--rfTriyuinH,) -ir.n i iii(i i j-nwWwWiRWSKt- 0mrr' w aa--, """"yiL'fflWiaB jwuaaiiiHu i.c6smi J!4? B AAAAAAAAAAoAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i News from Over the State TVTeTTTVVTVVtYTVToToTT7TTVT Itccltlnpr I'lct-en In .School. "Have tciichcrH of NohrasUa legal authority to compel pupils to recite literary selections in the pulillu iicIiooIh?" This question has been Milmiittcd to Superintendent. Fowler by Hurry Wilson, of nonlpluin, who Bays that n M-yeur-olri boy bus been expelled from school In thtit plnce because of his refusal to finish spealc inp; a piece, which ho hud nbont half completed. On the suhject Mr. Fow ler says: "The Kiipreme court Iuib decided thnt u school board has power to adopt and enforce reuHonablc. rules nnd to prescribe the course of study find text-books for the use of the nohools. The. parent or guardian, however, has a right to make a rea sonable selection from the prescribed conrsen of study for his child to pnr isuo and this selection must be re spected b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1902

i t - OUR DUTY TO CUBA. The peace of Cuba is necessary to the peace of the United States; tho health of Cuba is necessary to the health of the United States; the Inde pendence of Cuba is necessary to tho safety of the United States. The same considerations which led to the war with Sprtlnwhov require that- a com-, morolal arrangement be made under which Cuba can live. Secretary Hoot's Report. I most earnestly ask your attention to the wisdom, indeed, to tho vital need, of providing for a substantial reduction In the tariff duties on Cuban Imports into the United States. Cuba has in her Constitution affirmed what we desired, that she Bhould stand, in International matters, In closer and more friendly relations with us than with any other power; and we are bound by every consideration of honor and expediency to puss commercial measures in the interest of her mate rial well-being. President Rooso velt's Message AT HOME AND ABROAD. The rates of illegitimate births in some foreign cities...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 January 1902

fsisi&l! WPPWpKnwl jiyw inuw woaufiRSJfagW' J M i I'. Allb M neat Couuli Hrriin. Taates Ootid, Uno ixj in ti Hold .tr tlrtmiilitU. KaMMrwf n .ii y , j istei r. c. T75 Keeliyig, Nomahn, Nclirnfllm. Offico In Keeling drily Htoro. PETElt KKJRKER, Doitlor In ZMZIE-A-TS HigliCHt nmrkctprico paid for Ilidcfl, Lnrd, 'fallow, etc, R. A. HELMEB,, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work Kiinruntocd to rIvo willHfnolloii 'ost of Oourt Houso Squaro,So. Aubam,Nob Oklahoma Farms For Sale. Our Btouk winter on grow liiK wlieat. Mild cllmato Prices rlplit. LUTIIKIl II. KARNES. THnnn, Giirlleld county, Oklahoma. Brimble & Coons Proprietor of tlio LiveryA Feed Stable NEMAIIA, NEBE. Good Dray in connection with Livery ' Satisfaction guaranteed. J. C CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler All work puurnntH'd, Leuvo orders at L. II. Matties' store, Nemaha. Nelmuka WESLEY H. CLARK Menlor In Windmills and Pumps, Tanks, Pipes, etc. ALL WORK GUARANTEED 'Phone calU answered promptly. NEMAHA, NEim. J. H. SEID, llr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1902

r -r - m r ' -"--"-- OLUMK XML NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1002. NUMBER 33 fluf f J& J&I l XT SA M , BPlffI I' I-'- akig .or , BR, ' K - Local In ews Splendid BloUliiim And ibsnowfl occHsinnnily. Heo M T IHII for tiro intmrunce. Next Friday is St Valentino's day. Cotintv Gnmtn'.ssioner Mclninch was in town Monday. The Advertiser Hnd the Chicago In tir Ocean for f 1.40 Thirty Plymouth Hock cockerela for wile at the TittiH Nursery See the advertisement of C. J. Lynch, clothier, of South Auburn. Call and see ub for reduced rates on magazines and newspaper. . Sho W VV. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. S 0. Fieiifh, of Auburn, with S. IF. Avey & Co., is alive to Urn intereftts of Avey & Co. Where be can't soil an organ there is little uan of any one else trying. Dr. Mac Venn will be at Mr. Youjir's residence, Hrownvllle, Thursday of each week, for the next thirty days. Eyes tested free. Twenty par cent, off n glasses for school children, 1 have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1902

ft'. iuwiauuuiOTii tie!3l. I'i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER I IIMIIII H XV. XV. BANDKUS, PublUlicr. NI2MAIIA, 1 - ' - NEBRASKA. jTpiTiiCi.iCfriTiviKriryrwiTivivi i tono ctrnDTtAtPV 1902 ft W i lUJ tw rvi I 101. I H SDH. o l! 9 1 16 ru. SIT. jjj 1 jS 15 iS 10 14 17 24 21 22 ll! ; 23 p 28 7 'J.ICJ)fi.'iU CURRENT COMMENT. "Off with the old, on with the new." While St. Louis is making merry over tho now exposition toy, the Buffalo exposition goes on the auction block February 25 to satisfy the claims of bondholders. Cat, clubs have been formed in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. Speed the movement. Any old system lending to keep a club within reach wheu tho concert, begins redounds to'thc comfort of humanity. An, Town doclor advises drinking melted lead in milk or taking a small dose of whisky as n preventive for smallpox. The good doctor seems to bo giving a professional intimation that it is well to be "half shot." 'A Salt Lake city newspaper has is sued orders that all male employes w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1902

- m ALL THEEE CAUGHT. Escaped Murderers and Faithless Wife of Warden Shot Down. lid ward and Jolm Diddle, Who (Jot Out of l'lttsburg Jail by Aid or Mm, rotor 80IT0I, Itotitken Only After it Desperate .Struggle. Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. J. Edward .Diddle tlyiiiK" In the jail at Butler, John Diddle riddled with buckshot and In a precarious condition and Mrs. Peter K. SotYel lying In the hos pital with a self-inflicted bullet wound in the breast is the sequel of the sensational escape, of the Diddlo brothers from the Allegheny county jail, aided by Mrs. SoiTcl, the wife of the jnil warden, on Thursday morn ing. When the officers who were after the fugitives got within about (50 .yards of the fugitives they opened lire. The Diddles promptly answured with shotgun and revolvers. When Ed Diddlo fell tind Mrs. SotVol r.uw she. was uhoiit to be captured Hhe ilred a bullet into her breast. An ex amination by physicians show that she will recover, as the bullet was de ilected 13' her corset and th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1902

WWWWii'rfi.. -t- . ' Jfti?FS3S'JJK3ia3KMW''''"'"w'"1 r-" w-tv t-r "i4U JpiWIUI " "P - V . THE NEBRASKA ABVERTISER --!! I - TV. XV, SANDKK8, VablUhor. NEMAHA, - " - NEBRASKA. HARDSHIPS OF LITTLE WALDO. I wish 'at I could bo to work Away In town somewhere, Llki my pa docs, and huvo a chanco To stay alt day down there, And have some fun like other folks, Instead of bcln' here, And llsscnln' to ma yell out: "I want you, Waldo, dear!" I never bo across tho street Or round the block to play Without I hear her hollerln': "Como In here, right awuy," And when tho Hudson boys como up, Ah soon as 1 begin To have a chanco to bat sho says: "Now, Waldo, dear, come In I" I enn't pile up things In the yard llccauso sho comes and takes One look and then holds up her hands And hollers: "Mercy sakes! Clean all that rubbish out of here, My Rraclous, goodness met" I wlsht I'd be an orphan boy, And then 1 bucss aho'd see. She Just goes round all day and tries To think up every wny There ever was to never...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1902

rFSafS.J- lifcWH. . L H THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER MWMil ii - W. VT, SANDERS, Publisher. NEMAHA, " - " - NEBRASKA. HARDSHIPS OF LITTLE WALDa I wish 'at I could bo to work Away In town eomowhcre, Like my pa does, and havo a chanco To stuy all day down thrrc, And have some fun like other folks, Instead of bcln' here, And llascnln' to ma yell out: "I want you, Waldo, dear!" I never bo across tho street Or round the block to play Without I hear her hollcrln': "Como In here, right awuy," And when tho Hudson boys como up, An soon as 1 bcKlu To havo a cliunco to bat sho says: "Now, Wuldo, dear, come In I" I enn't pile up things In the ynrd llccauso sho comes and takes One look and then holds up her hands And hollers: "Mercy sokes! Clcun ull that rubbish out of here, My gracious, goodness met" I wlsht I'd be an orphan boy, And then I guess she'd bcc. She Just goes round nil day and tries To think up every way Thcro over wus to never let A boy get out to play; Whatever I would rather do Sho alw...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1902

fcjj 1 u R i K ,' 1 1 f HE hour wa on us; where tho man T Thefatefulsandsun- faltering ran, And up the way of tears He came Into the years, Our pastoral captain. Forth ho came, As one that answers to his name; Nor dreamed how high his charge, His work how fair and large To set the stones hack In tho wall Lest tho divided house should fall, And peace from men depart, Hope and the childlike heart. We looked on him: " 'Tlshe," we said, "Come crownless and unheralded, The shepherd who will keep Tho Hocks, will fold the sheep." Unknlghtly, yes; yet 'twas the mien Presaging the Immortal scene, Some battle of His wars Who sealeth up tho stars. Nor would he take tho past between His hands, wipe valor's tablets clean. Commanding greatness wait 1 Till ho stand at the gate; Not he would cramp to one small head Tho awful laurels of the dead, Time's mighty vintage cup, And drink all honor up. No flutter of tho banners bold Borne by tho lusty sons of old, Tho haughty conquerors Sot forward to the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1902

V 1 X r vil 4 'V " . v . ' i tare i-S HE hour was on ui; where the man T Thefatefulsandsun- folterlng ran, And up the way of tears He came Into the years, Our pastoral captain. Forth ho came, As one that answers to his name; Nor dreamed how high his charge, His work how fair and large To set the stones back In the wall Lest tho divided house should fall, And peaco from men depart, Hope and the childlike heart. We looked on him; " Tls he," we said, "Come crownlesB and unheralded, ' The shepherd who will keep Tho flocks, will fold the sheep." Unknlghtly, yes; yet 'twas the mien Presaging the Immortal scene, Some battle of His wars Who sealeth up the stars. Nor would ho take tho past between Ills hands, wipe valor's tablets clean. Commanding greatness wait t Till he stand at the gate; Not he would cramp to one small head The awful laurels of the dead, Time's mighty vintage cup, And drink all honor up. No flutter of the banners bold Borne by tho lusty sons of old, The haughty conquerors...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1902

! OCA.. i r i; A'JAoAAAoAoAiAAAAAAAoAAAAeAAAAAoAAA E News from Over the State 4 (Jttni-illiiu Dnviil Vlty .full. DccKiiKo of t limit x to do violence to tlic two Uoitldx, ciiHliicr nntl iihhIhI nnt ciiHliler of the Hell wood bank, SlierllV Went Htntloncd ex'ni gun ids nl the coiml.v Jiill at UnJd City. The bunk fxiiinhirr wild the further he piojjreHHcd In the oMiniinution the more deplorable th condition of the bunk nppeiired. lie doubted if depos itors would renlie live per cent. The number of forged not en, too, were dully IncrenHiiiff, ISO being hIiowii 1 litis fur. Home of thcin for I urge iiinoiintK. Kxu miner Hurt well bids evidence thnt A. II. (lould, the ciiHliler, has been forging iioIch for 10 or 12 yearn. I'lllllDIIH i llll-'I'l'IIHl Mull. In the supreme court Katiirday At torney (ieueral I'rout liled a motion for the dlnnilHsal of the h ill t agalnnt Die National Starch company and the Argo Starch company. The plant of the latter Ih located at .Nebraska City. The null I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1902

X y a . y WORK OF CONGRESS. After the Philippine tariff mensurc wns taken up by tho Keniito on the 20th. Senator Tlllmun (S. c.) delivered a speech almost entirely devoted to n discussion of tho jmrt his utnt took In tho war for Inde pendence of tho colonies. Incidentally, he referred ocaHlonally to the pending bill. A number of unobjected bills on the calendar were passed. AmotiK tho bills Introduced was ono by Senator Patter son (Col.) providing for tho union of Ok lahoma and Indian territory and their admission Into the union as a state to be cnlled Oklahoma. Senator Hoar (Mass.) called up for consideration tho Joint res olution proposing an amendment to (ho constitution respecting tho succession to tho presidency in case tho president-elect should die between tho time of his elec tion and the dato of his Inauguration. "Without a word of comment the resolu tion was passed. ...Tho houso passed the bill for the creation of a permannt cen sus bureau. By tho terms of the bill the per...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 February 1902

SSmSmS0fWwmMtiT ,ji && .. &&. am "MJJjrj t 1' , '' '' ' HT" HJIIIWii HSK rJ!g5Bt&f&YWSg& iFfrJT 5RTE .r.ii.i j,y sisa?saigar'r,??i&2fcjfcs''n i i BFF BOOM Out Go all Winter Suits and Overcoats We don't care much what we get for then; they simply must go. THE JIG IS UP with winter weights, and we will close them out this month even if we lose. OUT THEY GO! OUT THEY GO!! W e haven't all sizes in these lots hut you can find what you are looking for among them, and we are willing to lose some money to close out all broken lots of winter goods. Suits marked $12.50, now only $8.50 Suits inarlcod 18.50 to closo at. . . .10.00 Suits that wore $10.00 to closo only 7.50 Suits sold regularly at $15.00, only 11.00 Boys' and Children's winter suits and overcoats at equally closo pricos. No heavy winter goods reserved. Overcoats, wore $17. 50, now to close$12. 50 Overcoats, wore $15, now only. . . . 11.00 Overcoats, were $12.50, now only . . 9.00 Overcoats, wero $1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1902

v m i VI -' ' O- V-J 1 ' t ' ' .1 V W VOLUME XL VI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1902. NUMBER 34 UI,W HWaiOTlKlfniHi BOWMWHSHKHfS u. f c C . t ? I? ffsW-fZ W a&atiASKVem? &9 WW3K r SILBE1T & MCCMBLE Have just received a large stock of the latest styles In " 0 ft TV tV TV TV if Dress Goods Prints TV tV ' Dry Goods tV tV $ Notions Fresh Croo if tV J Boots eincl Hoes ;', tV Trunks, Valises, etc. . tV tV Yon iiit) invited to call and see them. tV tV TV TV TV tV TV ft .SfV ' nnd n completo 8tnck of Ties Also n largo assortment of GILBERT & 1 NFCANDLESS tV Local 3STews The Bleighing is about Bpoiled. See M T II ill for (Ire insurance. 'WVIart'Quille? has been very sick with scarlatina. M. T. Hill received his stock of wall paper Thurnday. The Advertiser and the Chicago In ter Ocean for $1.40 There is only one case of smallpox iu Nemaha or vicinity Thirty Plymouth Hook cockerels for sale at the Titus Nursery. Mrs. Rose Gilbert went to Lincoln Wednesday to visit fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1902

'? ? " THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDintH, I'ublUlmr. NEMAHA, - - ' - NEBRASKA. iarn ppodiiadv inrn0 ft 80S. KM. T0E3. WEB. THDR. Tttl. SAT. (3 $ s .2 ii 1 '.'J 1 ( T6 17 18 T9 20 21 22 j I 23 24 25 26 27 28 3 1 M ..,. . ... 1 TOPICS OP THE DAY. A I'll I r (if "Win ii cm. A racehorse named Death Is win ning nearly every race lie. 1h entered In. One of these days some wise homeowner will Introduce an animal named Taxes, and tlion there will bo a rnco worth seeing. "liiiwlo fin Im I.ojrle." Jnmes J. 3 1 III and his coadjutor Mr. Jlnrrlman Insist that railway compe tition leads to higher Instead of low er freight rates. If sneh were really the ciiko they would not hu so anxious to defeat railway competition. Chip of the Old niook. Richard Ellrins, son of Senator Stephen II. Klkins, la described as a chip of the old block. On January 1 he iiold his father a tract of coal land in West Virginia and cleaned up $1!), 000 on the deal. A friend secured the options for young Elldns and ho ...

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