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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 August 1896

JpyHiy jtmtm v .H X VflR I X v-.& r THE GREAT NURSERIES. Lonlslium, Mo., Kovlport, Ills. -Visited by Gov. Column, Ux-Svv'y Arl. mid tho Jlort. 1UI., .IuiIro Miller. "Oil, liow InslBtilHcant all mv fifty vcars of nursery business seems, nil combined, when compared with tula Htupciulous es tablishment, w liero tlicy count by niillions," paid Judco Miller, thiit veteran horticultur ist, as he, In company wltn the writer, wcro being driven to tho various departments of this vast nursery. In au experience of over forty years wo do not remember to luivo passed tlnouph au establishment where so largo u number of hands wcro employed whoso duties were so thoroughly systeinized, nnd where busi ness capacity of u higher order was mani fested. It is not in tho soil of ovory farm that ono finds qualities eiscnt al to the growth of tho dttlercnt kinds of Nursery stock, hon"o it has dovolved upon these gentlemen, who were born to tho Nursery tuslncBS, to select from among tho hills and valleys...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 August 1896

mtmrwm' ' Thi Nebraska Advertiser W. W. JJrnXKH rmblithtr. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1800. THE BUT AN DEAL. St. Louib, July 24. (To tlio Editor oftho GlobeDomocrat.) I notice in this tnernlng'fl paper a virulent attack n me by the Nebraska delegation, signed W. L. Grteie, chnfrmnn, and "Warwick Snundera, secretary. I do not believe it was authorized by the decent clement on that dclogation. W. L. Greene is an office holder. and hopos to be nemiaatsd for ongreoB and gtt the democratic iederseraont. War wick Waundcn is one of Governor Holcolmb'a oil inspectors. Half of the delegation are Governor Ilolcomb'a appointees, who hope to porpetunte their jobs. Governor Helcomb has tnado a diroct deal with Mr. Bryan to nominate him at St. Louis, and thereby get Bryan's euppert fer governor thia fall. It is a direct and shameless Holdout of the populist party of Nebraska Sonator Allen has also ontorod into a deal to bo ro-elected to the United States senate, as a result of this trade. Over half of tho...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 August 1896

III III fill IWWUI MlKlMM!fIIMII!ll L I l l v ,- .?-m ; i?, - i.,'tuuuuuu uxuJnjui.mmiLiujijiaij - dvertmr. ( VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, AUG. 14, 1896. NUMBER 7 v rf Mebmsh 6s U lw Lw k 4 A A CUHtS WtltKt ALL LLSt tA LS. Host Cough fay run. Times Good. in umo. pom dt unijwsu. PCI aaaiBE Mt?gAJiKl5i gJH Usogg T)R. W. W. KEELING, Ml3MA.UA. OlTY, NeBUAKA, Ofllco first door south of Park hotel. Notary W. W. SANDERS, mm m mm i ! -" mn m MWIIW Ncnirtlia City, Neb. MMBEMBP H. A. Thompson, Pro. Shaving, Hair Dressing, blinnipoonlnci ltuzor Honclng, Special nttcntlon pnld to Ladles mill Children. Aucntfor Nebraska City Steam Laundry. Jfliss JEmma Crim. Toucher of Instrumental : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. My system Is the latest, whorcoy tlio beat of results ivro guaranteed. I respectfully nslc for u shnro of your patronage. 1 3-tf Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In ZMHE.A.TS3 IIlKhostprlces.paldlfor hides, lard, tailow game, etc- NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C.SUTTON, M.D.. Shiib ert, Nebra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 August 1896

1 I V ll v. i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. IV. HANDKItH, 1'iilitlilicr. NEMAIIA, NEHItASKA. A SEA DREAM. I UioHRlit. to-dny, by tlio still, Kniynwi, Of hIiIiih of initio that Ions sine" Hft nail; Of Homo that nuvor returned to mo, And Homo thut weathered tho winter Kalu; My Btrons nnd heantlful Imrlcof Youth, That HWi-pt i't dawn o'or tho harbor bar, Her mills nnrurlod for tho port of Truth, Her oiihIkii ltlHscd by the niornlns Htarj Tho black, belligerent fillip. Dc-Hlre, That, from tho throutHof Jier buttlo-sunn, Kent xoawind vollcyH of crlniHon lire, And sot licr ouurHu for the Imrnlns hiiiih: Of Hope, my confident, naiad craft, Tliat nyinjili-Itlco sIlHtcned from Htern to bow, Wlionc- fairy crew at tho tempest lunched. And fixed for l-'ortuniito IhIoh her prow. But homeward, oft, with her flas ndroop, From portloHH nhoru unci from beachleH bourn, Until Hope, my gallant and sraceful sloop, Come bade to mo will her canvuM torn: And, driven hard on the shoals of Grief, My uhlp, Desir...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 August 1896

. tMiiMw.,)Krw'rMiy ''- 3 I H 1 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. IV. SANUUllS, l'ubllihor. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. HATPIN USED ON A DONKEY. JIow a Soft-Hourtciil YV'oinnu'rt l'aticnco Cum 11 to mi i:nl. Tor the purpose of aiding in the amusement of his numerous guests, the host of a handsome summer hou.e not far from Chicago purchased a donkey. The idea was that the ladies would be able to extract any amount of fun out of trying to ride the patient animal. He was as nice a flttlc donkey as could "be found anywhere, but he had 1 lie pe culiar traits of his race. When he made up his mind to stand still theru was no earthly power that could persuade him to change it. There were horses and ponies and everything on the place th nt one could wish to drive, but when there is a donkey it would seem that there could be no reason why he should 7iot lie used occasionally. So the other night the host harnessed the long-cared steed into a donkey cart and started to drive him out into the road. He wenr all...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 August 1896

s.'4 ?A 4-'l 3 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. W. HANUISKS, I'tibltiher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. vxxxxxxxxxxxxxxaxxxxxxA. 3 AUGUST J896. I ' ! ; Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sal. ; 1 , h m ' 23 24 25 26 27 28 2?" fc - t- 3j oy ,, ,,,, ,,, " THE WORLD AT LARGE. Cwmmary of tho Dally Nowo. IVAHIIINOTON KOTKH. Tun weather bureau ut Washington Issued ti special bulletin on tlio ith re garding the Intense hot weather which bus prevailed in certain sections of the country, tho temperature reported being in a number of instances hitrher than any previously recorded by the weath er bureau at this season of tho year. Tin: secretary of thu interior has ap proved tho swamp land list No. 24, con sisting of 40 acres in the Springfield, (Mo.) district. FitANic C. Akmhthono, wlio was in "Washington on tho fith and who is a member of tho Dawes Indian commis sion, stated that, the prospects for a reorganization of the government of the Indians, through a division of their lands in severalty and other measure...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 August 1896

iijwcumHL.'.ii.inii -iwrw rmHM Hmn an ?A I .-&.. -h s M I H 'i u 4 ,4-H' l fci- 1 y NEW PARTY BORN. Gold Standard Democrats Form tho National Domocratlo Party. The Convention Culled to Meet nt Indian apolis, I ikI., on .September 2 (ion. Palmer Cliulriiiiiii of tho N'u tlomil Committee. Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 8. Tl:o nnrne of tho now party is the nntlonul democratic party. Its organizers call those supporting tho Chicago platform nnd ticket tho populist democratic party. The national convention of tho national democratic party will be held tit Indianapolis tho first week in Sep tember. There was unanimity in the conference on the selection of the name of the national democratic party, and also in determining to distinguish tho two parties by referring to those sup porting the Chicago platform as tho populist democratic party. There was ii conference before tho provisional na tional committee met, at 'which it was decided to call a convention and nominate another national ticke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 August 1896

c: MnraiMMiii AGRICULTURALIIINTS. A SECURE COOLER. 11 nve tn Oimlrtiot iv Pivlry Itnfrlirorntor fUttlntuctnry In Hvni'y Way. The. es-sciiLluJ "or. a good refrigerator is dry air mid a low and even trmper jitiue. 1 the ice box Is placed right there, will hi; jv constant circulation of air in flui cooler (hat. will keep It dry mid cold when lend. The shelves In our cooler irv under (he lee box and hero butter will ice occupy one end of the room. Del ween (he Ice box and the utile of (lie room is n Hpneeof (en Inchon, nnd lirrc (he box Is but eight Inches SKCUIUi: MILK COOLKU. deep, as shown in (he cut. Of course, the ice bov inuat have a tight metal Door, hIoik1 l carry away the water through u pipe soldered in at one corner. The other side of (he ice box extends to within ten inches of the celling. , The current, of air is indicated by the nr jvmt. This penults the cold air to (Iron down Whind the shelves and pass over the butter. If it becomes warm it rises to the ceiling, (Inds Its...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 August 1896

nwwnwJMlWBifr"w,"ir'ft." jJT ' U c !'SP"t r ' f I h -r i' A , A IJtutls of Cnloutiitlnn. She arose, smiling, from the den tist's t'lmir. "How much do I owe you?" she nsked. "Three dollars mid n linlf," was the reply. "Are you sure that's right?" she in quired, suspiciously. "Q.uitc sure." "Well, it seenm n pood deal. The time I was here before you onlj charged me two dollars, and you hurt me ever so much more than you did this time." Washlnc ton Star. Forjjotf hIiiom. Tho man wlio bents the lottery forgots that he's been poor, Tho chap whose aching tooth Is out re members It no more, The victor, crowned, forRets the strain It toolc to win tho laurel, The lovem, after all's made up, forget their bitter quarrel, Likewise the Iceman honest Is, when ho puts up the price, JIc fon;ets the chilly wlntrr, with its over plus of ice! Imllnnapolls Journal. NOT KI.AMS 1UTIIKK. Sick Man Write me up n policy. Insurance Agent Not on your life. K. Y. World. Implicit DlrurttoiiH. Young Tutter (wlio ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 August 1896

u y-areOTWriiviTjflrijuxiiiiwm:ijllwu County Commissioners. Commissioners mot August 3 pursti ant to adjournment, Present: W, M. Davis, U. P. Mclninlclr Absent: Louis Rastian, II. E. Poery, clork. The fol lowing businoss was transuded: Ferry licenBo was granted J. D. Richmond to run a gasoline forry rt Rrownvillo forono yoar from AugUBt 10, 185)0, for the sum of flvo dollurs($5). County treasurer wiib ordered, to pay John StovotiBon $5 out of any funds belonging to scliool district No 38 on account of an erroneous assessment for 1801 on the hw of nwM of section 5, town I, raugo in. Tho petition asking for u consent road runnlngjbotween flections 20 and 2t, town 5, raugo 15, was granted and the road ordered open and tho road supervisor ordorod to work said road. Tho official bond of J. W.Roico, road supervisor of district No. 31, wiib examined and approved. At this time tho somUannual oottlo mont with tho treasurer was taken up and such settlonteut pending, tho board adjourned to Aug...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 August 1896

,HMMMmM' 1-11111 f ii in uwn ,ji .-jty r i.J 1 , , t JWlttJHWliUUUliaMJUIt-IUlUIU-"'UWi-t"J'-HJtfM ebrmki dvertiser. VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUG. 21, 1896. NUMBER 8 1 P h3ju k v' r- l K y- M - r r i A KIIHFS WHHIh AIL MSI- f A LS. 1 Uost Cough Syrup. Tuntcs Good. Uso In tlmo. Sold by drugglflta. TYR. W. W. KEELING, Nema.ua Oitv, Neruaka. Ofllce flrat door south of Park hotel. W. W. SAWDERS, Notary llomalia City, Neb. EM0P 13., A. Tlioinpson, Pro. SIipvIt, IU e Dressing, Shuniiinonliic. . Razor Hoiiclng. Special nttontlon pnld to Ladles nnd Children. Aucntfor Kvbratka City Steam Laundry. .lEiss Emma Crim. Tendier of Instrumental : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. My system Is tho latest, whereby tho best of results are guaranteed. I respectfully iisr fr a sharo of your putroungo. 1 3-tf Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In IMIIE-A-TS illKliost prices palil.for hliloi, lard, tailow g.une, etc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C.SUTTON. M.D.. Slrubert, Nebrhsku. Does a general practice All call...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 August 1896

i mmMMM iATTKR-DAY CIUS1IATI0N. Coinploto Description of ProooBB of Inolnorntlon. tho Tim Method Much Morn Pojiular Than It Wan 1'lvn YeiiM A fen -Numl'iir f Crematories Now In Aellvo Operation. ISpccml Chicago Letter. Willi the rise of ClirlHtianlty nd the belief in the doctrine of resuneotlon, IIir ancient custom of burning thedend fell Into disuse. Inliiiiintlon took tho plneeof incineration. 'J'he modern wtvid hns, however, discarded their crude con 'copilot! of tho meaning of resurrection und also knows full well that in less KUK311 POND (L. 1.) CIIKMATOUY. than SO years the body secreted beneath the sod will decompose into Its elements us surely as the corpse exposed on the funeral ovre. Hut the custom of 1 .51)11 cars is not easily overcome and the medieval prejudice against ei emu don j.tili remains. II was not until the latter half of the present century that the ngitaion in fn vor of consigning the corpse to the flames began. Jacob Molesoholt, the Dutch-Italian scientist, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 August 1896

B!!k yrpp ,v ft r V kr Wr :' A n CALL TO GOLD DEMOCRATS. Kxocntlvo Cmnnilt tec's Formal Address for tlw Indianapolis National Convention. Chicago, Aug. 18. The executive) committee of tho national democratic party was in session hero yesterday and issued a call for a national conven tion at Indianapolis September S. After eulogizing the democratie parly and haying it lias held fast to the funda mental principles of free government formulated by its founders and subse quently enforced by its great leaders from Jefferson to Cleveland, it goes on to review tho Chicngo convention and bays: In violation of tho trust committed, to them, a majority of tho clolcRiitcs nssomblod In tho convention, Icnorlnt? the rights of tho minor ity, unsca'crt regularly elected delegates to make place for others In sympathy with thom selvcs. Thoy proclaimed a sectional combina tion ot tho south nnd w est nKnlnst the north and cast. Thov impeached the honesty and patriotism of President Olcvoland, who, unde...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 August 1896

i m'lftTiwimtiowHJWUWPraB The Nebraska Advertiser If. HtJ'IUtltH Pnhlhhtr. SUIMUUIl'TIOX 31.50 I'HIl Y HA K FRIDAY. AUGUST 21. 1800. REPUBLICAN TICKET. National For President of the United States, WILLIAM MuKlNLEY. of Ohio. For Vice. President, GARRETT A. HOB ART, of New Jersey. Stato Knr Governor JOHN A. McCOMj Kor Lieutenant Governor... ALONiW TKFKT KorMceretiuy of Hnito J. A. IMPKIt Kor Aiullior P. O. HISULUNI) Kor Trensuror K. OAmKY KorHupt. 11). Instruction..!!. K. COMMIT Kor Com. lb. bunds H. 0. HUHHKLL KorUiiiiruino JmiIko J tI0'y:LMYAA, I M. I . Kl N l A 1 1' Knr ItPuoill W O. WHITMOHK KorCoiiKruHNtiiiui IhI. I)lt J. . 8T110DK KliKCTOltH At Lnrne T. 10. UOIJTZ, V. .T. 8ADILKIC First District A. J. HUltNIIAM, Neiniilm Hocond District A. C. FOHTKIt, DoiikIuh Third Dint rid SOI, ftltAl'BU, Km'x Fourth District O. A. DKUIlY, Sewnrd Filth I)lHtrlot...J. Ii. Mcl'IIHKf.KY. Kearney S till District M. h. PIHKHB, V.illoy (leorgoW.Snmlloy, the famousAmer ican editor-author, has been gr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 August 1896

Jl N K XT :? .' k -4 wrirwMaif.wi'iirTOvvwiitiiiiMMjiT)ijiii ACHIEVEMENT OF A BULLDOG. vmrvasen. jrttnnjt3ui uiuiu jMuaauraaon iromuiniMiiiMtiiunwiimimnBi llo Started nn Avaluiu-ho During n 1'lcht with it It i-it r. " There wore live officers from Fort Iteno und four from Fort Kearney, and set en. or eiirht citizens from the wist who lind come out for a hunt, mid we had pitelrcd our camp on thu eastern base of tlie JJig- Horn niouHtuiiiH, at the headwaters of the Clour Fork river. One of the civilians, who hailed from Boston, had brought along his bull dog, and though he was guywd and ridiculed a hundred thnca over he in sisted that the dog should be taken along on the hunt. "You just wait," he replied, to all sar castic remarks, "I want to see him tackle, a bear, and if he gets a ehnnee it's dollars to cents that he comes out ahead." One day si.M of us went off to the mountain, aaid the owner of the bull dog was one of the party. Ilia dog was at his heels, as a matter of course, bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 August 1896

w I'f 1)1 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKICS. 1'ublUlicr. NEMAHA, - NEIJRASKA. THE WOULD AT LAttGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tim AiifftiNt (,'ovornmcnt report indi cated a spring1 wheat yield of 157.000, 000 bushels. That is 31,000,000 bushels Icch than tho crop itidieated by the July report. Government data to tho 11th MitfKustcri 430,000,000 bushclH aa this year's total wheat crop. (iKottoic II. Mn.r.Kit, builder of the capilol domo at Washington, died on the 11th. Tjii: secret service bureau of tho treasury department at Washington has been requested to look into a re port of extensive counterfeiting of United States silver dollars in one of tho Central American states. The in formation comes from a Mexican paper, and it stated that a company had boon organize 1 by Americans, who had purchased the silver dollars of tho 4te, worth 47 cents, and coined them totn American dollars. It was said that S.ftOO.OOO of these dollars had been .hipped into tho United S...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 August 1896

PI- EW V h r A BJRYAN'S SPEECH. Tho Domocratio Oandidato for tho Proaldency Sportka for Silver. He Thinks There Is nn Arttml Ifecesulty for lllinotulllsin and our Government i Should Art Chargo of lloini- (Iliithm Tuuclietl Upon. Nr.w York, Aug. 13. At8:20p. m. yes terday Senator Jones lifted his htuul to oall tho meeting to order nt Madison Square garden to formally notify Wil iliuni J. Hryan, of Nebraska, and Arthur .J. Sewall, of Maine, of their nomination by the democratic party for tho ofllccs of president and vice president of tho United States. Tho senator then in troduced Mr. Danforth as chairman, who made a brief speech, after which Gov. Stone, of Missouri, was intro duced, who made tho notification speech. Gov. Stono rend his notification from printed slips, but his voice carried to almost the ends of the hall. Turning to tho presidential candidate, who sat at his elbow, as he finished his spocch, UO.V. W. J. BRYAN, with tho formal address to Mr. Hryan, the Missouri govern...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 August 1896

nummnjwu fwij iiiiir"jucij wnMiiMHimnw ihiji u u nwjj!if.juja.im. inmar Jjiv i i (! The Nebraska Advertiser If. W. NJIA'IUIHH, J'bUihrt SWBBOUII'TION 81.50 I'KIl YKAK FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 180G. Less than Half Rates to St. Puul, Minn., is offored by the Turlington Koiuo, August HOth and 31at, on ac ouub of tho National Encampment of tlioG A. It. TickotB.sleaping onr reservations and full Information ok application to any agent of tho B. & U. II, It., or to J. Francis, General Paisengor Agent, Omaha, Nob. LOW RATES VIA BURLINGTON. For tho occasions shown beiow, tho Burlington Route will sell round trip tickets at Onb Fakk kok the Round Titir. State G. A. R. RounUn, Lincoln, Neb.. Aug. 2430. Datoi of the sale, Aug. 24, 25 and 20; return limit, Aug. SlBt. National Republican Loaguo, Milt waukeo, Wis., August 26.27. Dates of sale, Aug. 23 and 24 ; dual roturn limit August 20. AununN, Neb., Aug. 18, 1806. To School Boards and Principals of Villages Scheohv. In the interest of our villag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 September 1896

. . a - JT7?7r5 asa r , HW Lf.-SlPJa -,':v;'V'i.vM UPPf-: 'wipw?W iik, .'v vi' .; .v ) ' 'A l .tk.J -4 ' 1 f I .iT- . j ' . ' " U jjjj i mtuiwiiMtui jimt.mmBB muniiiiimui,miiunMt -is ebmzfa Mdvertmr. VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1896. NUMBER 10 rarwvwT -V" rapm " f 1 IT, .1 . I f. O 4 v rf, ' . . ' - r j . TO . C W ' tTfKQL''. " w aBM aW I aaraiT 11 "Tf' t I -4.4 ., , Z. i $ :T V , r , ,i CURLS WHERE AIL ELSE FAILS. Bert Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. in tlmo. Bold by druggist. ragiwiaisii8TjEi T)R. W. W. KEELING, N EM ATI A OlTV, NeURAKA. 0(11 co first door Bouth of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Nnry :-: Public Local News. Splondld weather. Republican primaries today. Lots of poaches in this section. Albert Titua wont to Omaha Mon day, to attend the stato fair. This office last week printed price lists for tho Titus Nursery. J00O jrfemaha City, Neb. NEM&HAzB&RBERsSHDP H, A. Thompson, Pro. BhavliiK. Hulr Dressing, Sunmpnonlnc. ltu7or Jlonelng. Spoclnl intention paid...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 September 1896

TOWS Ho Formally Acoopts tho Nomina tion for tho Prosidonoy. Iqsuob of tho Campaign Plainly and Forcibly Prosontod, Convincing Reasons Why Free Coin age of Silver Should Not Obtain. I'rotrctlon iiml Jloclprorlty of Hnpromo Importance to tho Wolfiiro itf thu Country. HIS VIJ5AVH ON OTIIKK TOPICS. Canton, O., Aug. 27.-MnJ. MeKlnlcy gavo his lottor of acceptance to tho press as iioclutlons Wednesday afternoon, having llnlHlied his last rending and revision of It at 12:30 o'clock. Tho letter touches upon till of tho Important plunks In tho repub lican national platform, but tho first half of It Is dovotod to an inolalvo discussion of tho money queatlon. Tho letter Id aa fol lows: "lion. John M. Thurston, and others, inomhcrH of tho notification coinmltteo of tho republican national conveutlon-Uon-tlomcn: In pursuance of the promise made to your committee, when notified of my nomination as the republican candidate, for president, 1 beg to submit tills formal ac ceptance of that high hono...

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