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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 September 1896

& C I n i i Too Lnto to Mend. Tliorolsapoinfc boyond which medication cannot go. lJcfoto it Is too Into to mend, porsoiiB of nrhournntio tendency, inherited or acquired, should tiso that benignant u"o Icubo against tho further progress of tho BUportcnncious malady rheumatism. Tho naino of this proven rescuer is Ilostcttcr'a Btoma-h Bitters, which, it should also bo recollected, cures dyspepsia, liver com plaint, fovcr and agud, debility and nervous ness. It Is no particular credit to Adam that ho novcr cnowed tobacco. Thoro was no other man for him to bee a "chaw" of. Texas Sifter. Fon tho past half dozen yoars Warner's Bafo Curo has not been advertised in tho weekly press, tho city papers having been exclusively used. Tho Company manufac turing tho old and rcliablo kidney and llvor medieino bavo, however, comp to tho con clusion that tho country paper is vcadmoro thoroughly than tho city dally mid bettor results can bo obtained by returning to tho weekly. In this they uro corre...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 September 1896

iwuiixiMua.uHifcujj ujinuxm mmmPMm nwutmni )raska Advertiser If. IT". Jt.VlUiltHs VuhUihir. Suiiaomi'TioN 81.50 run ykak FHIDAY. SEPT, 4, 1800. PHONUNCIAMENTO. Tlio Voters of tlio Second Senatorial District of the rituto of Nebraska: Gentlemen: Tlio delegates to tlio People's Independent convention that waa hold at TecuniBeh August 10, 1800, placed tno in nomination aa a candldnto for atato senator, and the nomination I reluctantly accopt. My reluotanco la not becauso I do not appreciate the honors, nor becauso I am unwilling to act my part in tlio efforts for good gov ernment, but becauso of tlio fact that ao far liavo political campaigns and legislative proceedings departed from what they Bhould bo that I would pro- fer not to participate therein, aud can not participate) in either in such a manner as to conform to tlio beauideal. Tlio campaign of brass bands, red lemonade, tworor cigars and manufac tured prejudice is the campaign in which many voters loao sight of the issues and ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 September 1896

Yf- -Wsr '' v"?' rsgr v I l LsP32f r r r- n h h 1 - L- ff W I. A k IttOTWMIWUJIWWWillLIWItWWMWfWM'""' ABOUT THE "SLOPPER." Ills Ilosonrnhos lu the Gnrhngo ltecei tnclcs and Ills Finds. "That mail is a slopper," remarked a pollco officer to a Washington Star writer a few mornings since, "and he and liis class give us any amount of trouble. If he stole wc could reach him by law, but as he only finds we can not easily reach him." In further ex planation he said: "A slopper is a man who wjarclics through the garbage cans in the alleys in the rear of hotels, board ing houses and private houses. Some search for spoons, knives and forks that arc thrown into the garbage recep tacles by careless servants, for it is a fact that thero are more silver spoons nnd knives nnd forks thrown away PROPOSED CONSTITUTE AMENDMENTS. Suctl6n 11. Tho legta'nturo. whenever two thirds of tho rummers elected to ciu'li homo Miall eoiu-ur thoreln may. in or sftur tho your ono thomiind l,ht huiulrod mid ninety s ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 September 1896

" THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANl)i:it8, 1'ubllihor. i NEMAHA, - - - - - - - - NEBRASKA. VXAX,J,XX4.XX4-X.J.J.4.JLJ.XJ.J.J(.XXJ. i SEPTEMBER 1896. I w Thur. Frl. Sat. 5 4 10 17 24 11 12 19 26 18 25 :T5Frf:FTsF(rfVTYvTnrpv; THE WOULD AT LAME. Summary of tho Dally Nowa WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tin: civil sorvloo eommiHsioti litis i fi rmed nn order from Wushinyton to fecl ornl olllec-holders warning nil omployus nrruhist Bcolcliiff or limiting contribu tions for campaign purposes. Tho order is swooping In its character and affects all branches of tho government Bcrvlco. Violators of tho law will bo prosecuted. Okoikih V. Kkkni'.v, president of tho Association of National Bllver clubs, has issued an address from Washington calling upon tho people to organism silver clubs in every bchool district in America. Umtkd Statics Ministhu Tnttur.i.i., nt Constantinople, cabled tlio statu de partment on tho '27th that great blood filied and rioting liait occurred tliorc. Several hundred Armenians we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 September 1896

it. i d if ? r ,k A HARRISON'S VOICE. It Is Hoard in Now York on Issuo3 of tho Campaign. A Stirring Addrosi In Which All Ques tions Aro Dandled In tho IS.vl'nist tlcnt's Masterly Wuy Perils TliroiU ' cued by Democratic Success. New York, Aug. 28. At Carnegie hall, Thursday night, un immense ami cnthu niastiu audience gathered to hear tho issues o the campaign discussed by ex President Benjuinin Harrison, lion. Chnnnccy M. Depew presided over the meeting. Loth Mr. Harrison and Mr. Uepew wcro the recipients of ovation when they entered the hail. Upon call ing the gathering to order, Mr. Depew delivered an address on campaign issues, nt the close of which he introduced ex President Harrison, who nt once entered into a discussion of the issues. He spoke .nt considerable length, being very fre quently interrupted by applause, de ferring to his appearance us n campaign speaker ho said it was due to his sense of tho duty he owed to the country to combat the fallacies sought to be foisted u...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 September 1896

c 4 a saaxssjoxaKsrevjtiaTrpr'j rMewjinawwAiH, A-- A1,i.t f The Nebraska Advertiser If. If. NJU"MHillH rubltttur, SUHBOHirTION $1.50 l'JSK YKAH FRIDAY. SEPT. 4, 1800. REPUBLICAN TICKET. National For President of the United Stntca, WILLIAM MoKINLEY, of Ohio. ForVico President, GAItHETT A. IIOHAItT, of Now Jorsoy. State For Governor.... JOHN A. McCOLL Kor Lieutenant aovenior...ALONZO TKKKT KorBcorotniy of Htato J. A. l'H'EK Kor Auditor 1. O. II13DLUNI) Kor Treasurer 0. E, OAHEY KorHupt. 1'iU). IiiHtruRtlon..il. H. GOHM3TT Kor Coin. rub. Lnntln 11. 0. ItUBSHLL For Bupromo Judge J UOIIEUT ItYAN 1M. 1. KtNKAlD For ItcKont mV. G. WHITMOKH For CmiKrcHHiunu lHt Dint J. U. 8TH0DE ELECTUKS At LnrKO I. E. I10UT,, V. J. BADILEIC KlrHt District A. J. liUKNIIAM, Nomulin Biiconil District A. 0. FOST1QK, DoukIuh Third District BOh DKAI'KIt, Knox Fourlli District U. A. DEHUY, Seward Fifth DlHtrlct...J. h. Mol'lIISKLKY, Keurnoy Blxth District M. L. FUIESE, Valley Republican County Con vention. The Re...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 September 1896

torsfer Mdvertmr. VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. II, 1896. NUMBER 11 w rrr. T?fl fe m '1 -r J Zt 3 t 1 HVif AUVijiYWMHvA 1 CURLS WHtHt ALL ELSE FAILS. Host Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Ubo I in time. Sold by diwglsts. JJU. W. W. KEELING, NEMAHA ClTV, NeBUAKA, Office (lrat door south of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notary m Public Local 3XTews. Considerable sickness. Last Sunday was Woodman day in Nemaha. Nemaha City, Neb. lEIMMMIEiiSIir H. A. Thompson, Pro. Shaving, Hulr Dressing, Hlintupoonliic, Kuzor Jlonolng, Special attention paid to Ladles and Children. Agent for Nebraska City Uteam Laundry. Jfliss Emma Crlm, Teacher of Instrumental : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. My system Is the latest, whereby the best of results ure gunrnntcul. I respectfully nsk for a share of your patronage 1 3-tf .Kerker & Hoover, Denier la MEATS Highest prices paid. for hides, lnrd, tnilow game, etc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C. SUTTON. Kl. D., Shnbert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All chIIb ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 September 1896

LABOR PARADES. Tho Two Kansao Oitys Oolobrato Labor Day vlth "Dig Turnouts. CHICAGO HAS AN IMMENSE PARADE, JLrorty Thousand Mm March, Kvrry Trado lining Vraetlrnlly Itopresented-Tho l)uy at Canton ami Cleveland, ). Celebration at Washington. Kansas City. Mo.. Sent. 8. Labor unions in tho two Kansas Cltys cele brated Labor day yesterday in u man wlileh they liavo never surpassed. Tho celebration was an unqualified hucecsa and labor may well congratulate It Bolf upon tho showing it made. It is, jMirhups, as well for the two cities that independent celebrations were held, i'or'it would have boon a problem dlHl cult of (solution for one city to contain both celebrations. Not only were there separate parados of tho labor organizations of this city and of Kansas City, Kan., but the other exorcises wore hold in different places. At tho conclusion of tho parade in this city in the morn ing tho labor organizations and their friends repaired to Washington park, whero an elaborate programme wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 September 1896

w r b 1 h m ;a ALLISON IIEAJRD. Tlio Iowa Londor Talks to Thou sands at Dos Moinos. Expresses Ills Siitlufnctloii with tho (Sltimtloti from 11 Tiirty Stuntl- liolnt-Kxpliilns tlio Necessity of IIuniiHt JMoiicy. The Iowa republican oiunpnlgn was opened tit J)es Moines, Tltursduy. Sep tember 1 by Senator Allison, who spolto principally on the subject of the cur rency. The following contains the gist ci his speech: "Tho Importance of the Insttcs of tho hour I need not measure; the Interest you take In them Is shown on every hand. There uro other Questions of Importance, bu. tho moat pressing Is tho money question. Tho republican party believes that upon this question we have reached a crisis In our national life; that there Is not a single man, woman or child In the vast country but will be directly affected by tho votes cast next November for Mr. Bryan or for MaJ. Mc Klnlcy. "Having delegated to congress the power to coin money and regulate Its aluo ami to fix the value at which forei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 September 1896

t - - .....-.- -.- , i. m , r mmmmnmma m i County Treasurer's Semi-Mil Statement The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. H1JUttHH rubliihtr. bOUaOIlIPTION 8l.r0l'KK YKAK FRIDAY. SEPT. II, 1800. 9MM Lnfayotte, Washington and Ronton precincts held a caucus to nominate a candldato for county comtnls8ioner,nnd united on Frod Keichel, of Washing ton precinct, who waa nominated by acclamation. After electing mombora of the ceil tral cotnmittco the convention ad journed. The central committee organized by electing B. II. Bailey, of Brock, chair L'iV 1 'I REPUBLICAN COUNTY CON VENTION. Tho republicans met in county con vention at Auburn last Saturday. '1 be convention was called to order by A.J. liurnham, chairman of tho central committee, V. P. Poabody waa elected temporary chairman and Chaa F. Neal and W. II. Stowoll temporary secreta riea. On motion, II F.Shafer, E.J.Tucker atid James A. Titua were appointed a coinmltteo on credentials. On motion, JurvisS Church, O. W. Falrbrother and W. W. Sander...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 September 1896

jr IP f ivw k l X .-' uQPn h LI HUNG CHANG. Liberality of tho Views of tlio Chinese fjtiitofunuti. It is claimed that notwithstanding Li Hung Chang has shown some liber ality of views toward modern improve ments nnd education, he is at heart u hater of foreigners, and has an abiding faith in Chinese institutions and meth ods of government. He is, it is true, a' great admirer of Confucian philos ophy, and remembering the enduring history of his peoplo wc can hardly wonder at his devotion to the institu tions which have made that history possible. When we call to mind the ' experience China has had with certain ""western nations, It might not be con .iUtlercd Btrange If his nttnehment to foreigners was not very ardent; but in all his public life, says John W. Fos ter in Century, his conduct shows that ho feels the need of foreign aid, und is disposed to give It proper wel come, and of all Chinese statesmen ho is the most liberal-minded and free I from prejudice. lie is far from claim ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 September 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANDKK8, 1'tiblUhor. ' i NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. : SEPTEMBER J 896. I . . ; Sun. Mon. Tub. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sat. : , , . i i 3 4 D , : J3 J4 15 16 17 18 19: - 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 ' ' . , ; 1 27 1 28 29 30 .... j; h'tirr'nr'r'rrrr-TWrrrT'fXTYtrt-TA THE WORLD AT LA11GE. Bummary of tho Daily Nowb, Washington noti:s. Tin: federal lclL statement issued on tho 1st showed a not increase in tho public debt, loss cash in tlio troasury, during August of 812,312,08.1; total cash in tho treasury, SS IS), 300, 710. Tim assistant attorney-general for tho postollice department has decided that it is unlawful to send un ordinary letter by express or otherwise outside of tho mails, unless it bo enclosed in a government stamped envelope; also, that it is unlawful to enclose a letter In an express package unless It per tains wholly to tho contents of tho paeltago. AccoitniNO to United States Consul Johnson at Antwerp there was no truth in tho story which so excited American mea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 September 1896

PALMER AND BUCKNEB. Famous Whr Genornls Hotvd tho National Democratic Ticket. A Illfj Convention nt Indianapolis Ex-tSov. 1 lower anil Senator Cnffory Chairmen Ono Unllnt for President IJuckncr by Acclamation Tho Platform. Indianapolis, Ind., Sept 3. Forty ono states and threo territories, repre sented by 821 delegates, met yesterday in Tomlinson hall to repudiate tho ac tion of tho Chicago convention, to put forth a declaration of principles and name a presidential ticket. Senator Palmar called tho body to order at 12:30. After tho prayer by Dishop White, of Indiana, for which tho dele gates arose, Senator Palmer announced that tho secretary would read the call for tho convention, and ex-Congressman Outhwaito, of Ohio, who came forward for tho purpose, was recog nized by a breezy burst of hand-clapping. This applause puncUtated every telling point of tho call during its reading, tho statement that tho Chi cago platform was not entitled to tho support of the true democrats being esp...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 September 1896

5 J ft. ii. :i L w i.; y ill v IV I w t lJ h h' .1. I. , y The Nebraska Advertiser V. W. NJJ"OKHN Vublithtr fcJWUHOHIPTION l.fiO 1'KK YKAH FRIDAY. SEPT. 11, 1800. REPUBLICAN TICKET. National For President of the United States, WILLIAM MoKINLEY. of Ohio. For Vice President, GAUUETT A. IIOBAItT, of Now Jersey. Stato For Governor........ JOHN A. McCOLL For Llotitoimrit Governor... ALONZO TEFKT ForHeorotftiy of Hlulo J. A. IMI'ER For Auditor P. O. III2DLUNI) ForTrenHuror O. K. OAHKY For Hupt. Pub. InHtrucUon..H. It. OOIUIKTT For Com. Pub, LundH II. C. HUHMKLL ForHupromoJudKO j UOHKU'l ItYAN 1 M. P. KINKAID For Recent W. O. WIIITMORK For CouBroHBtimti 1h. Dint J. II. BTllODK ELECTORS At Lame T. K. HOUTZ, F. J. RADILEK First District A. J. BURN HAM. Nemaha Heconcl District ..A. 0. FOSTER, Doughte Third District BOL DRAPER, Knox Fourth District..- O. A. DERBY, Howard Fifth DlKtrlct.-J. L, McPHEKLKY, Kearney Blxth District M. h. FRIESE, Valley County For 8Uto Bcnator - CHURCH HOWE For Ropre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 September 1896

t 4 ' 4 ' " -aswiTTtiuwwjitwwnj.',BT)waT7TBi.ij.Mw mm wiiii i ebmskn Avtrtim. VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, 1896. NUMBER 12 rm P M y 1 UURfcS VYHLHt ALL ELSE FAILS. Beat CouhIi Syrup. Tastes Good. Uso In tlmo. Bold by drupKlnU. WTgfclllglsfc iWM3 T)R. W. W. KEELING, Neua.ua City, Neua.ka.. Olllce first door south of Park hotel. "W. W. SANDERS, otary :-: Public Nemaha City, Neb. NEMM&RB zSHOP H. A. Thompson, Pro. lit tr Dressing, Shfimpoonlnei Ituzor llonelng. Hpcclnl attention jmld to Ladles nnil Children. Agent for Nebraska City titeam Laundry. JfMiss Emma Crim Teacher of ) Instrumental : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. My system la tho latest, whereby the bent of results nre guaranteed. I respectfully nslr for n share of your putrouage. 1 3-tf Kerker & Hoover, Dealer in Highest prices pald;for hides, lard, tailow game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C.SUTTON. Kl. D.. Shubert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All calls promptly1 answered, day or night. 7-17 J. L. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 September 1896

BRYAN ACCEPTS. Tho Domocratlo Oandldato Trnna nilts His Formal Lottor. Fro Silver, Tariff, Tnromn Tux mill Other riiuiUn of tho Chicago riiitform Trent- )(l lit Length Kvrry IMiitik Ull- rcnorvutlly Indorsed. Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 10. Mr. Uryan yostorday mado public his letter accept ing the democratic nomination. Its'full text in a follows: Hon. Stophon M. White find Other Members of tho Notification Committee of tho Demo emtio Convention: Cloritlemcn: 1 neenpt tho nomination ten dered by you on hohnlf of the democratic purty anil In ho claim; doslro to assure you that I fully appreciate tho high honor which n nomi nation confers and tho ifrnvu roitporiHlliIlltlcn which nccouipany an election to tho presidency of tho United States. So ilooply am I Im proved with tho power vested by tho constitu tion In tho iihlof exooutlvo of tho nation, and with the enormous Induonco which ho can wlold for tho bonollt or Injury of tho people, that I wish to enter tho onico. If elected, free from nn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 September 1896

1 'J 1- r- ;' I Knpcno 1'lcldV Fondness l'or Children. Eugene Field was n man of gener ous, tender spirit and boundless sym pathy. He gained and hold the love of little children and of men and women; for in his writings he appealed to young and old, and every gentle nature responded to the magic of his honest verse. Ho was a great lover of animals, and was constantly malcing pots of them. Ho was very fond of birds, but, as he disliked to seo thorn cagod, ho looked forward to the time when ho could add to his new homo a good con servatory, whero the birds might And a homo and fly in and out. among tho plauts. After he had onco become attached to a pot of any kind, it was exceedingly hard for him to give it up. For several years he paid tho board of two old dogs at a farm. Somo of his friends thought this a foolish expense; l)ut he said ho would not have- tho dogs killed, as they had been faithful to him in their younger days, and ho did not believe in deserting old friends. Several y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 September 1896

LKXCrritrr&jnmvrxttnvrzgrxirmtx&ttn-inr'irT m p'gT.iiwtrrrnr ?rrv rwu- The Nebraska Advertiser s- s sj U H AViV', I'nbUnlitr. FRIDAY. SEl'T. 18, 18(H). NOT A NOODLE. I'll fitriiior Did Not Citro ti .Stop llto WoUiliiiK. I was standing on the corner of llnwlc unci High streets when a frisky-looking old furmcr came to me, Kays a writer In the New York World, and said excited "Stranger, does a minister of the Gospel live in yonder brick house with the green blinds?" "Rev. Mr. Sawyer lives there," I re- piled. "'I'hank goodness," he said, with a ! sigh. "Sickness In your family?" I asked. "No Kieknesa there. Htriinircr." he re plied, "but daughter Libbio run away friiin hum with a feller tills morning', Soon's 1 heard of it I started after'em mi got sight of 'em jes' outside the city an' hop' sight of 'cm till they went into yonder house. "Why don't you go Into the house anil Btop the wedding?" I asked. "Stop the weddln'? Me?Sny, stranger, do I look like a noodle? Do I look like...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 September 1896

Lff If""' r ft u i A A 1 IHIBS The Nebraska Advertiser aV. . tHUrUKRti rubUnlur, Subscription Sl.BO run ykak FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, 1800. REPUBLICAN TICKET. National For President of the United States, WILLIAM MoKIMjEY. of Ohio. ForVico President, GAIUtETT A. HOB ART, of New Jersey. State For Governor JOHN A. McCOLL For LloutonantGoveriior...ALONZO TEFFT ForBecretaiy of Stuto J. A. PIPEll For Auditor P. O. HEDLUND For Treasurer C. E. CAHEY ForSupt. Pub. Instruction..!!. K. COIIUETT For Com. Pub. Lands 11. 0. UU8SELL For Supremo Judgo j ROBERT RYaN iM. P. KINKAID For Regont .. W. G. WHITMORE For Congressman 1st Dlst J. B. STRODE ELECTOKS At Large T.E.HOUTZ, F. J. 8ADILEK First District A. J. BUHNHAM, Nemaha Hoconcl Dletrlct -A. C. FOSTER, Douglas Third Dlstrlot SOL DRAPER, Knox Fourth Dlstrlot U. A. DERBY, Seward Fifth District... J. L, McPHEELEY, Kearney Sixth District M. L. Fill ESS, Valley County For State Senator CHURCH HOWE For Represeutatlvos, Third district HEYMOURjHOWE HENRY 0 FER...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 September 1896

I I Yi i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i i W. XV. BANUKIl.H, I'ublUhcr. ! NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. 3 SEPTEMBER J896. I "? ,- : Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sat. : " . . , o 4- o , :Tlo 1772 : : 20 2J 22 23 24 25 2 4 27 28 29 30 ': THE WORLD AT LAItGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tin: SrnlthsonliiuiiiHtituUoimt Wash ington cclobratcd on tho 7th f0 years of its existence. Whilo thoro wns no public demonstration, tho regents or dered an issiio of a valuable work con taining the achievements and history of tho great MKit of science. Tin: treasury department at Wash ington wtw said to bo besieged by re quests for silver dollars, and It bcemri probablo that by October the depart ment will bo compelled to decline to pay out silver dollars, except in ex exchange for silver certificates or treasury notes of 1800. Tho law re quires certain amounts of silver to bo held to cover outstanding silver certifi cates and treasury notes, and whon tho minimum Is reached silver payments will bo re...

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