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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 June 1895

f HI H si '. 1 i i u 1 t ' I. 9 ! W I J i I l t lm. n. M'l WAKEFIELD MEIIOMAL. tVaahingtoa's Birthplace to K Appropriately Marked. Bo One of the Most IMcturcuque Hpotn on tho l'otonmc Mvrr A IJrlef Ills tory of un Ancient Vir ginia Citato. Special Wnshlnntou Xcttcr.1 ITnlf a century more undent thou Mount Vernon, and one of the most picturesque Hpots on the Potomac river, is Wakefield, Westmoreland county, Va., the birthplace of Georgo Washington. It ha a been a mibject of funeral remark that Mount Vernon, the homo and last resting placo of Washington, has been taken care of nnd beautified, while Wakellcld, the birthplace of the Father of His Coun try, lias been almost totally neglected. Wakefield is situated about seventy miles down the Potomac, south of the national capital, und sixteen miles frdm Colonial beach, an excursion re sort to which hundreds of pleasure seekers go daily on the boats to fish und sail and bathe in the salt water. Many years ago there were plans suggested f...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 June 1895

AMERICAN FARMS. Tim London Time Comments on mi ArtI cultural Hnpnrt. London, .luuo :i. The Times this morning bus mi editorial commenting upon, tlio agricultural report of Mr. Hugh (dough, first secretary of tho ltrltl.sli embassy in Washington. It says: "All tlio dismal comparisons contained in this report toll 0110 talo of enormous production at non roinunurativo prices. With exceed ingly cheap land, ami with econ omy of production and handling carried to a remarkable length by commercial ingenuity, tlie American producers are yet balllod by the mag nitndo of their own operations. Loudly as the American farmers complain, they at all events have plenty. Those of them who went from Europe would probably have failed to enjoy an much had they remained in European cities to glut tlio labor market. They all desire, however, to command more of the (rood things of life, and it is from them that the demand comes for all sorts of economic experiments. They are firm believers in the notion t...

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. — 7 June 1895

'i t j A LIVING SHADOW. Remarkable Transformation of North Carolina Man. Strange, ItutTruc, Story from tlio kuuibor Keglm, of n Snutlirrn State Ver- lllcd by IVthoiiuI Inventlgutlon. (From the (irrtnvtlle, uY. C, lltjiector.) Tho following interview 1ms just been Riven our reporter by Mr. G. A. Iiukcr, the overseer at the furm of Col Isaac A. Buck, of Greenville, N. C. It will interest uny ono who him ever had Typhoid fever. Mr. Baker said in part: "I was living in Beaufort county, and on the ','d day o t October, 1 fc'.t;), 1 was stricken down with typhoid fever. I had tho best of physicians to attend me and on tho l.'ith day of January, lb'.M, I was allowed to get up. I was emaciated, weak and had no ap petite. 1 could only drag along for a short ilistnnco and would bo compelled to sit Sown and rest. This continued for boiiio time and I began to glvo up hope of ever retting wall. 1 lot my position in Beau Tort county and having secured one in Pitt :ounty, clerking in u store, I un...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 June 1895

SftWJHWi: i V ausstti Ernm The Nebraska Advertiser W ii i iii;iMimMii i m i i mmtmm - . I H.IJ'IUIISS I'uUUnlfr. SunsomrnoN $1.00 I'BU vkau FRIDAY. JUNK 7, 1805, Thy Ueatrlco Chautauqua managers have arranged a line program for the coming Chautauqua. Senator John M Thurston will sheak on tho 4th of July. Such notoil divines as T. DuWittTalmago.Sam ,Jonos, Robert Mclntyro and others will lecture and preach. Hend to tho secretary of the Beatrice Chautauqua Association for a program. The assembly opens June 10th, lasting over the 4Mi of July. ADVERTISED LETTERS. The following is a list of letters re maining in this olllce: Mrs. ira Corn. Mrs. Lemuel llaya. Mrs. Fllna Bueonall. Misa IdaS, Anderson. Mr. Freddio Dofnor. Alex. A.Govul. Ohas. Myers. Philip Wyklo. In calling for tho ahoTo pleaso say "advortlaed." JAUI) jlflNIOK, P. M., Nemaha, Nehr. ANEW A ItT EDITOR. William Martin Johnson, who illus trated tho "Garliold" edition of "Boi 11m" for tho iluipers, and also thou editions of "The...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1895

t V T"" nauaRnanoMmanai tbrmhn &vtrtim l -' VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. J8, 1895. DUMBER 16 yw 2 - 31 p Oj M S , JU. W. W. KEELING, Nemaha City, Nehraka, Ofllco flrat door south of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notary :-; Nomaha City, Neb. Hadlook & Zook, House Painting, and Kalomining. Paper Hanging a Specialty Furniture repaired, Tinware mended. Satisfaction guaranteed. Kerker & Hoover, Denier In MEATS IIlHliost prices putd, for hltlos, lard, tnilow gatno, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. j7l. haith, Proprietors NH ME&T M&RKET. Freah and Salt Meats. Your Patronage Solicited. Hon. Chris Sioel Introducing Cooper -& Harper tho rustling Liverymen of Nemaha. Lrnva your orders for u tciun, linck or drny, nnd zsl We do the Rest. Our Hack meo's nil trains. Local News. Rain is needed . Additional local on last page. Tho splendid weather continues. Wo need money and need it bad, Farmers aro busy gathering corn. See pages four and five for additional matter. Littl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1895

aarrTirvfthmtiw THE BEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANUKUS, I'dlillHlicr. NEMAHA, NEHUASKA. VXJ.AJ.AXXXXX4.AXX4.J.J.X4.J.X.t.Xj. OCTOBER-1895. Moil, T 21 28 Tuc. 1 Wed, Tim, Fit u 18 25 M 5 12 1.0 20 9, 0 8 J5 22 20 0 JO li 2d- 10 23 :k) :FrTT:R'TTTTTTTTTTTTTT' THE WOJtLD AT LAUGK. Summary of tho Duily Nowo WASHINGTON NOTKS. .Jtmoi: Hica i , of the district supremo court lit Wiisliiiifrtoit, on the lOtli or ilurcd tho discharge from custody tf dipt. (Ji-orjfo A. Amies, who was ar rested on tho order of liieiit,-(ien. Hcliofleld, just prior to tho hitter's re tiruuiont from tin command of tins army, for having written him an in suiting letter. 'Tins judjjo scored tho action of (Jen. Soholieldus boine; tyran nicnl and unjust. .Si'.ouiiTAKV Oi.Nnr was said t( lie seriously considering tlio wisdom of sendlne; a special ntfent to Cuba to re port tlie actual situation there in order that the administration may intelli ffcntly determine whether tills govern incut should recognize the Cubans as ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1895

MMwvmtmtiMnm,w,mwvnrmmMmnMJumjm I, a f J ; j 17 ! i ?m wa) !LA ,. !f V mMfir A (W iv -'"V" tCo'iyrigut, 189-i, by OK winter of ISO was memorable on ac count of many things; but to mo it was chiefly remarkable for having given me my young bride. Wo our honeymoon in wcro spending the lotus-eating land, and had taken up our quarters at that admirable hos tclery known as "Menu house," which stands at the foot of the plateau where the great pyramids of (iizeh are so ma jestically enthroned. It was in truth a halcyon time, to be marked in our memories with the whitest of btoncs. One slight drawback there was cer tainly, but it was a mere crumple in cur rose leaf; The Bedouins would never leave us alone. Wherever we went they insisted on accompanying us; it was impossible to get rid of them, but they were withal so polito and good tempered that we could not ilud ,lt in our hearts to be angry. The only way to avoid the pests was to carry out our wanderings by moonlight. Tho Arabs believe fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1895

K iifjwwwwin mrrmtamVivmmitHimmMnmnmmwmr ?"25$ GREAT om n SALE! S5 OOO WORTH O F xxIGH GrEAB n Vrii MERCHANDISE to be Closed Out Quick! U" ." AiMWWHl J-iJJN UsHi x & CO AUBURN 9 EBRASKA. Having decided to wind up and discontinue business in Auburn, we will offer our entire line of General Merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Groceries, etc. regardless of COST, VALUE, or anything else, the main object being to sell the goods and sell them QUICK. We will not be all winter in selling these goods, as our time is limited and the goods must be sold, and here is what will sell them: All of our 6-7-8 cent Calico goes at 4 cents per yard. Good heavy Muslin, worth .7 cents, goes at 4 cents per yard. DRESS GOODS. lot plain China Silk, worth no clmiIb, for irc lot plain colors Dross Silk, worth 75 cents, for :i(h: 1 lot fancy Wuah Silk, worth 7ft emits, for 2fto 1 lot fancy Foulard Silk, worth 7ft cento, for use All 75c, 85c, 00c Trimming Silks will goat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1895

GoloArmstrong&Armsirong,So,Auburn,foranyihingyou need in Hardware and Furniture, Stoves a Specialty. . a muauiimiiiniM WW IHHM!llllliaiJl HUMI4 R i i k h L5? Sk. I. to in" 11 ' 4 1'. Bll M, .. r S. II AXKY, AUBURN. NJSB., SCIENTIFIC .-.' -rf . J&fiBBh w...im The Nebraska1 Advertiser I. I ..VJ(, I'ulilhhtr. SUllSUKlI'ilOX.. 1 1. fit) run yi:au St. . .".V ' . " t -- f r .fi 1 ' OPTICIAN Clniduate of I ho Spencer Optical Hchoo). Mew Yoilc, unci of thecluss of .lulltis King Optical uu., iVHunns uiiy. A T 3v? ICE FRIDAY. OCT. 18, 1S5. wi i n m ir "rnii M uiy people whose lioiul io oonstnntl, npliIllK huvo no Idea what lellcfselontltlealh lilted u'as-es will ujve t hem l'lits theory It now universally established, "Improperh titled glasses will ItlViirlll dV Ineieaso I lie trouble and miij lead to total blindness Our rlnlltv to adjust glasses salel.v and col eptly is beyond question Coiimi It us NOTICE. Mary A. Chainhois vs. James L lirltton.et nl.J .liiines Ij. Itrlilon and Umur ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1895

f! wwwww COTTON GOODS GO UP. A Trade fonilltliiti Which Dun A: Co. Hay Indlt-uto 11 Short I otum Crop. Nkw Yoiik, Oct. 12. U. O. Dun & Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade uyt: Tlio price barometer gives Indications that lire not entirely favorable. Cotton Roods go up with increased evidence tlmt the crop of cotton is short. Prices of other manufactured products, of wool, hides iiud leather all show some do.ellno. ironeral abatement in new or dcr.s being the principal cause. With nn immense Volume of business not much exceeded in the lament month of the exceptional year. is".', and with evidence that in several branches the volume lias. Hiup'i.sM'il that of any previous year, there Is a growing un certainty about the near future of in dustries! Money markets are helther Ktrained or threatening, foreign ex change no Ion or raising apprehension, nil fears about the great northern crops are passed. There have been few advances in wages of labor within the past month, and only a few works h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1895

I nwwutw minimi mmmammmBmrwmmmmmemamnirMmBttemnmtmwmrmwwiiMmi 1 1 i V 1 I A L"l I tf , r.,1 V A CT '..' K f. V 5 A f ' I B A Y ' THE FINANCIAL MISTAKE. VIuwh of Srnulor CiirlMlo Orllvorotl to tlm ltrfiirm Club lit ItiMton. Uostox, Oct. 11. At tho dinner of Massachusetts Itoform club Saturday nitflit Soorotury Ciirliblc, who wivs tho tfucst of honor, said: The llrst ureal mlstitko In our currency Ior Islailon uiis miulo In tho net of March 17. 18W, which iiuthon.eil tho secretary ot tho triMisurv to Issuo United Suites notes to tho amount of Si ji.OOl.im This was n rtullcnl iiml dntiRor ous dup.irturo from truo financial principles, If not a serious Infraction of tho legislation of tho United States. This depreciated paper, of course, expelled specie from ulrculatlon. but us tho government hnd not promised to redeem it at any particular time. It subjected tho treasury department tp no serious responsi bility or inconvenience. That dopartment for tho ilrst time In our history was inve...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1895

gin jUJjepmijjr"M uwuurnuutwjiw nmw in i mwui'nwii, iuum wn iniwunm I i n uni imhiiw sjiiniB.tiiiiiBMs.M in. iPMiujfcii wiMtuiijJMaiJ.U'j ii L'Aij.wuaiijru.Ji J.LliJlallLLllJl.-lilJl-iU- xnu tiVTJfjsj rcrm r x vx The Nebraska Advertiser l'. II. .V.fVi7 ;., I'libllihtr. Saiiyouii'TioN tl.OO ricjt vnAii F HI DAY. OCT. IH, INtr. REPUBLICAN TICKET. State. I'or Hit promo .IiiiIhp, T. li. NOItVAIi. IocaL !N"c3vs. A POINTER Slierm TititH is building h liouso on Andy .liirvis' lot, nottli of tlio public H(IIU10. Fur 'M jffW Oloth I?- f Mrs. I L. Word ward mid liur eistor nisl.iw, Mm. Thin man, of Atcliiflon, Kansas, gave tliifl offlcu a tduaiiiiil call i'liuruday. Mrs. Wlieulor has bouglit tho It. J. ftlttjijii icsiilenco, vmhI ol l)v Ka', and will lopaii tin; liouso and move in as noon as )OHsiblo. Harry McCandlasa went to Ouialia riiuisday. being called thoro by the surioiiH illness of liis father. Alllu Mc Candlass wont nji Friday, urlty Kt'KotilH, . II, MOIIHIIjIj, Jl, II, (JUUM), Judic...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1895

IUII'1JIJI1IMML'M1MJKIIJJ ebrwslw VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 1895. NUMHKU. J 7 w, Ztik Mdverther. me t . y I ) X ryll. W. W. KEELING, 2SEMA.UA ClTY, NlSHIlAKA., Otllce flrat door south of Turk hotel. "W. W, SANDERS, Notary :-: Public, Noinalia City, Nob. Etacllock & Zook, House Painting, and Kalomining. Paper Hanging a Specialty Furnituri' repaired, Tinware mended. Satisfaction guaranteed. n Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In :M::EATi3 HlKtictst prices niilil for hides, lnrd, tnilow prtinu, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. J. L. HAITH, Proprietors m nut mm. Fresh and Salt Meats. Your Patronage Solicited. Hon ChkisSigei. introducing Cooper & Harper t lio niKtllnn Livcwyinen ok Nkmaha. Leave your onlors r n tenia, hack or (liny, anil ; U K 1)0 TIIK RlCST. Our Uncle ioco'h nil trains. m&m t a: m r wi'SP&im H The Famous Gem Stoves I Ranges Jirc Gaavantvvd to Give Satisfaction. The lire backs are Warranted for Fifteon years, and any pait that breaks from action of...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1895

h! tttiM WHtnaaauira'ratittitr, THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. HUUKWi, 1'uliIUlicr. NHMAIIA, .---. NEHKASKA. THE WOULD AT LARUE. Summary of tho Daily Nowo, AVABIIIXUTON MTi:S. k CAiu.VKr iiiutsliii"; was 'idd tit Wiihhlnirton on tho 18th, till tins itKim ber.s liolny prosiMit. Thu Ciibtin situa tion mill many twitters of foroii,Mi policy, us woll us dninostii. udinlnistrst tlon, occuplud the iittontioii of tho nrusidonl unci his tirtvisur.s. Tiik iiflluiul report of thu hnlto lionlc Indian con foremen risielivd Indian ollli'ii at "W.-ishlnirton on .Mo tho. till! 37th. Atnonsr other things the report declared that tho reservation system was nn insuperable obstacle to civiliza tion and should bo ultolishcd, thu trlb.il organization destroyed, tho luntta allotted in severalty, the Indians intermingled with tlio whites and tho Indians treated as other men. Tiik animal report of tho surgeon general of the army for the fiscal year ended .luno 30. 1mV, shows, a gratify ing record as regar...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1895

I k tf - Wr1 .v-y 'Ib'W Copyright, 18SH, COMCLUDRD. Had we waited patiently In the cham ber It would no doubt lmvc been pos tible to innke our way out in the usual manner, but it was too lute to think of that now. There was no course open but to go on, so I said nothing about our terrible mistake to my wife, who had not noticed the noise, being in front and absorbed by the spectacle be fore her. As regards the modus operandi of the wondrous mechanism by means of which tho pussugo was opened and oloscd, I can only offer my opinion, ar rived at after much subsequent reflec tion on the subject. In some incom prehensible way tho moon's rays, in tensified or otherwise ufTceted 03' tho lenses, are ably to act on some hidden machinery probably hydraulic to such an extent that tho huge block of stone is wont to fall and riso pcriodl- ( oally at certain seasons, dependent on the lunar phases. Of courso this is mere surmise, but it seems to bo tho simplest way of accounting for the phenomena ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1895

I ft dtHurMHiMMumn.lwnMUiiiw wm unw.ifcn.iwimii'jiwiwmnnliyn vivpi.uurijiwtTJ"imiivmtjiJiiuii iii'iiniiin' ini.U'.uiij.uiHiiiiMtMr'i.m. "i.ir sirmjtirjiaiivxwiwJiitjai'WMiiBJ'iinyt! wwiMaw H IrnniElMl jMflH H vkV3'S' ' V) T O IT ra TSTB Vft vv rk w a mn "BJ MTw otiot sws'ftii1 Having decided to wind up and discontinue business in Auburn, we will offer our entire line of General Merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes; Hats, Gaps, Groceries, etc.. regardless of COST, VALUE, or anything else, the main object being to sell the goods and sell them QUICK. We will not be all winter in selling these goods, as our time is limited and the goods must be sold, and here is what will sell them: All of our 6-7-8 cent Calico goes at 4 cents per yard. Good heavy Muslin, worth .7 cents, goes at 4 cents per yard. DRESS GOODS. 1 lot plain China Silk, worth 50 cents, lor iru. 1 lot plain colors Dross Silk, worth 7." cents, for :5lic 1 lot fancy Wash Silk, worth 75 cents, for 25c 1 ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1895

Go to Armstrong Armstrong, So, Auburn, for anything you need in Hardware and Furniture. Stoves a Specialty. uuiuimiiuhi iiiiijMi.iiiijiijuuimft'jiniiJUWJJ'TlLw.Tmi,ni.viinmTniijmiiinjillu'iiiL nmtvvwiivm muvmmmtat'iivtmxxHtirifiimt'iiLiiit ij.nai&m w -'wtTBirMvPxwirTT.rvrrmm.ii it ) A Br V r AUBURN, NEB., SCIENTIFIC c .WW i"- . ii r-iy ..-v.. - .;:? OPTICIAN OnultitUuortlioHpotieer Upttciil Heliool.Nrw York, mill of tlioulusx of .Julius Ivli) Optical Oo., ltniiwisrilty. Mnny people-wlum-hemli uro cntiHtiiiilly noliliui : huvii imUb'ii wlmt rolli-roldiii lllnlly nttiMl KSIW.CM will Klvo tiin. TUN tli.M.rv Ih now universally est .lillMioil '-Improperly I tli-.l Kl.iHsos will inviiiliinly lu-roas,! tlio trmible.uiU iniiv lenl to total Dili.. ..ess ourilillity to adjust ulasses , nnlu-ly anil cor Vctly is lioyon.l tiuustion. Con.su It us ns I'lalntlir pravs I ir d-oroo oi iiirocins io imil sale or said I .11 I to satis y said lions a ..(.tms.iIiI. lor dcllc.lcncv Jiulsmuul and as gY...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1895

mfpro.iauiMi eaxaam v, I I' ) iu :r , I I. f i ; J i i l A FATAL ACCIDENT. '.I'lip Oldest Son of .lohn W. Mnekay Thrown from it Hornc. San Fiianchco, f)ct, "A. A cable gram received hero Into last night ift-om Paris announced that lohn V. '.IMuekuy, Jr., oldest Hon of .lohn V. Twaekuy, was thrown from a hor.su in '1'ari.s Thursday and died Friday night without recovering consciousness. 'J'ho deceased was about V.5 years of ago, having been born at tlio Grand hotol .In this oily In S70. Ho and Clarunco, aigcd about 'J.I, were tho only children of tlio inilllonalro, tho Princess Co lonna bi'lng a stepdaughter. For the ;past six months he and ills brother had been spending their vacation in Europe, partly with their mother, part ly with their stepsister, Eva, the Prin tieHrt Colonna; and at tlie time of tin; J'atallty tlio tuo brothers and the Tirlneess were in Paris together. Mr. IWiiohnv, Sr., is in this city ami received only a brief cablegram announcing the neoidoiit and death. Ell...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1895

mmy !?.' " 6 'i 'M!:, T; V If if. STILL A PROBLEM. The Hit; 1 Iglit 3liy anil May Not llo l'ullnl OfT la ArkuiiHin. Hot Sim'.inoh, Ark., Oct. 21. In priza flfht circles yesterday was the most quiet day that lias been experienced here in a week. Tho lobbied of the hotels were deserted, and the familiar faces of such pugilistic luminaries as Vcnditf, Stuart. JJrady and Delaney were noticeable by their absence. Sinco the decision of Chancellor Leathertnan, however, there appears to be a feeling of more assurance engendered In tho minds of the people of the ability of the Florida Athletic club to bring off tho glove contests hero as billed. All doubt has been removed ns to tho existence of any statutory provision prohibiting glove contests or prize lights by which there can be any legal interference brought to bear to stop Corbott and Fitzsim mons from eomitiir into tho state with the determination to engage in their contest. The day of tho fight has not been fully determined upon by th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1895

ttww!iwtiw9iiwivLMimjtuiJBUimmajr&vuuiJWJixjiiiu.aijmiitTKti.i.vuriiux BitiTWmT,vtJ''-""-M'"'Br'"MTfesitfiSlrM, i.rtrexwrrHaa jaSIg3nOTtim'.wjjujjJiujmMMiMiiMi'pCTiT u I The Nebraska Advertiser t IV. H1J'IWIIN ruliHihtr, Suiiaomi'TioN il.po pick ykau FRIDAY. OCT. 25. 181)5. '4 ' REPUBLICAN TICKET. State. JorhtipruiiK) .linlc, " . T. NuiCVAli. (for University IIi-ki'iiIh, O. II, MOKItIM,, Jl, I., (JUliijP, Judicial Tor JuiIkcm DlKlrlnt Court, UJIAKI.KS II. UCTTON. County. For County .Tmlit. UIOHUIK KAHWNOHIl Vort'onntyTioiiMiiMir. T. W. NIHI'IOK. Kor t'ountv Clerk II. N. itUHUICSH. Kor Hlmrltr. H. P. (MwvSUOW. Kor 1Im. riot (Merit, Al.UKIU' I). OIIiMUKK. Kor (Jointly 8"'l ol Put lio IiiHtructlon, Jl, II. OAllMAN. Kor Corout-r. Dlt. WIKMAM DAIIiV. KorHurvi-yoi. .1. M. HACK fill. Kor County C'ommlNHloiir KltHl District, II. K. MuINIMIH. Prcoiuot Kor AHM'HKor, JA.MKS V. Dlt A IN. Kor JitHtlccHof tlui Pfiii'o, HI'UPIIKN OlMiKHT, l)AVII T. HMIMOY. Kor CoiiHtnnii'M. HTUPIIBN COOPHIt, U...

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