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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 September 1896

,i ? . r A X n THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER' W. W. SANDKK3, l'ubllhir. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. A BABY'S DECREE. "Tho dog that came to our houso was of sad and mournful kind, Ho sat down by the kitchen door and waited thero and whined, .'And, hearing him, tho girl went out nnd threatened him with coal, 'Ami ho withdrew himself from view In silent, gloomy dole 'Ho was a homely looking cur, patched In with whlto and black Ho waited till tho girl was gono and then came slowly back; So cheerless was the vagrant beast, so void of grace or charms, 'That I, myself, expelled him then with sound of llcrco alarms. 'That homeless, spotted, tramplsh dog, was most persistent. Ho Lingered outside tho yard until tho gate clicked alter me, .And then my wife's nuthorlty when I ran for the train .Ho came again, and was rebuked by her In bitter strain. But, lol as down the yard ho moved at mournful, slinking pace, .'Around tho fold of mamma's dress thero peered a baby face, JAnd then my boy declared himself wit...

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. — 18 September 1896

&Vfrf&J,9ntvuwwwmfnviXMfiMMvwm.irWum9 jrTBriT.Tr'nmruj;i'mi The Nebraska Advertiser If. . fiJJ"lHinn PublUhtr, SUIWUKIPTION Sl.uOl'lCU YRAU FRIDAY. SEPT. 18, 1800. CALL VOH REPUBLICAN CEN TKAL COMMITTED MEETING. Tho republican central committed of Nemiilm county aro called to meet at tho court Iiouho in Auburn on Sattirs duj.Sopt 20th, 1800, at 12 o'clock noon, for tho purposo of transacting audi business as may regularly coino before t'le meeting. Following la a Hat of tho committee: Peru Hert Glasgow, Henry Holt.. Glonroek John J Neal, A il Mai., lory, Lafayette-U II Bailey, O B Parker. Washington F Rogge, ar, J M An derson Douglas A Ilallady, W P Freeman, Geo Fablinger. London fid Berlin, Goo N Sandors. Brownville G W Falrbrother, ar, J B Low la. Nemaha W W Sanders, J F Drain. Asplnwall V P Peabody, II Shaffer. St Deroin-FII I) Hunt. Major Ebba Bedford E J Tucker, J W Mayor, Br Hontou M O Shurtlefr, John Tux horn. B. II. Bailky, Chairman. W. P. Fukkman, Sooretary. A distr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 September 1896

r X ! t ! ihiumjmui uuui.in.nimuu wuhiwi V!'iJllgLSl'ltt'i'l,l-1'PIII',ll;l"'J'"''"''-'WJ-lW-"'"W-'.liJIJWll-LUItW ebmskn Mdvertmr, VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 25, 1896. NUMBER 13 1 Eh X k r u- CUHLS WHIM ALL ELSE FAILS. Dost Cough Syrup. Tastes Uood. Uso In time Sold by ilrutrtfloH. Tlt. W. V. KEELING, NEMAHA OlTV, NEUitAKA. Olllce tint door south of Turk hotel. W. W. SAWDERS, Notary Public i Nemaha City, Neb. HEMAHAsrB&BSERsSHQP H, A. Thompson, Pro. Sliavllii;, Ilulr Dresiliiu, Sliumpoonlnc. ltu7or Jlonclng. Special attention pnld to Lnillcn and Children. Agent far Nebraska City Steam Laundry. Jtliss Emma 6'Wm, Teacher of Instrumental : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. My BVHtem Is tlio latest, whereby tho host of results ure KimriuiteeU. I respectfully nslr for n stuire ot your patronage. 1 3-tf ' Kerker & Hoover, Denier In (IlKhost prices pnlil.for hides, lard, tallow giiiiio, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C. SUTTON. M. D., Shubert, Nebraska. Does a general practic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 September 1896

& PATJ110TI0 APPEAL. Gon. Siokloa to tho Old Soldlora .of tho Union. Ho Cnll on Thoin to I'tit I'litrlntlmii Abovn I'urly, und Ntitnil Onoti Moro for UinCotintryV IVncn, Wul- furo mid Honor. ' New York, Sept. JS. Tljf following; letter, addressed by Gen. Daniel Sickles to lils old comxinloiis in the union n miles, Ih made public lioroto-dny: My Dour Oomrndo: I nrk yon to con nldo.r nnd reflect upon tho snored Interests Involved In tho present Hltimtlon of our public nffitlrs. I know you love your coun try. You hnvo given to It I ho best proof of devotion nmn can glvoyou luiVe de fended It In battle. Let mo urge you nnd every union vctornn to lay nr.ldc purty fooling now and unite for nntlonnl honor nnd for law nnd order, nn you illd in '01 to wm uguinst treason nrui rebellion. Tho present crisis seems to mo n vltnl to the welluro of tho country ns thnt which culled tin to the field before. Home of tho principles for which wo then contended nro uguln at stako Sec tionalism, repud...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 September 1896

m - k A h ' i- J, i A REMARKABLE OlD MAN. Dr. John Voddor's Lifo Roads Llko a Romance. Ue Id tho Oldest Living Locomotive En gluucr uiiil Now Lilvoa In tho Old est llouso In St. Augus tine, ma. ISpccltil St. Augustino (Fla.) Lottor.l In quuint old Ht. Augustine, in Flor ida, one. mny live tho gayest life that modern luxuries nlTord, und yet, walk ing u few blocks henee, pass entirely from the scene of extravagant elegance into the storied days of the past, wlien the hard pioneer braved the terrors of the frontier life. Here, in this town, nrc still standing ninny specimens of the old Spanish eoquina houses. It is in one of these that a most interest ing character lives nil aionc. lie 'is Dr. John Vedder, the oldest living lo comotive engineer in America. Treasury street is the narrowest street, in the town. It measures bnro ly six feet, and is associated in the minds of the Minorcans with many stor ies of those terrible days when their forefathers were brought there as w4v s: ft Xjg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 September 1896

tfumkunmn umt i gnaaw imMMijAur-HitLiinHnixrmjutiittmiui ti jhuujuluiui imm I V I! c I I I1 " FREE SILVER'S IN THE SADDLEI" wj? W& L4Gm Xrt Yf, V tMJSWB .111 Sa STK asHM -iCi3?rLrSfW JSnx ZffiMMxmBs&mfo i V r IrvlUPV. -aBl lMWL-Zj,k7HiHi vt ftji..ait cm flwsKf" . -r . . . ? wntmw rf r'-fiKavi j-haiK t v u1 v n 1 wrrr. mua hi- vixnd QW "Yes, but wliar'a do Baddul?" A STABLE STANDARD. A PLAIN TALK TO WORKINGMEN Mr. Hobart Shown Why Gold In the licit Htumlard of VhIuoa. In his letter ncceptlng the rcpublicnu nomination for vice npcHUlentllon.Qiir iet A. Hobnrtsuhl: "The money standard of a great na tion Hhould be an fixed and permanent as the nation itself. To secure, und re tain the best Hhould be the dcHirc of every rifrhtz-mindcd citizen. HcHtiiifrcm Htuble foundations, continuous and un varying certainty of value Hhould bo its distinguishing characteristic. The experience, of all history confirms the truth that every coin, mnde under any law, howsoever that coin may bi Ktam...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 September 1896

A HtMWJt"tm"MwmiiiLuaiaj mryt-i WHO IS TO BLAME? Tho Froe Silver Wolf Says Thut tho Sound .Mouey l.uml) In Disturbing KuslnoM, Tho wolf In the fnble blamed, tho lamb for stirring up tho bed of the stream and making the water muddy. "Hut," said the lamb, "the water runs from you toward me. I could not have disturbed your drinking." "Oh, well," the wolf rejoined, "if you did not, your grandfather did." And ho straightway dined on young mutton. The sllverlte wolves who are howling calamity and threatening to overthrow our sound financial system protend to find an excuse for their sixteen to one schemes in the unsettled condition of business. Ilecnuso loans are being called in and capital is timidly waiting there suit of the elections, the advocates of free coinage say, in the words of their presidential candidate: "You are inter fering with business." All unfavorable indications in trade and industry they loudly ascribe to the gold standard, and the manufacturers who are forced to i li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 September 1896

e . I B i ! i H i it . i U' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. HANI)i:U9, rublliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tun Rtitto dopartmcnt ut Wnshlng ton luis taken steps to liavo u thor ough investigation madoof tlio olroum Htanccs surrounding thu killing by tho Spaniards of Charles Oovln, a young American who accompanied tho Cuban revolutionary army in tho capacity of correspondent for u Florida news paper. Tin: National Association of 1'ost Ofllco Clerics re-elected President Beti jamin I'arkhurst, of Washington, for his fifth term; William Aguew, of Cleveland, 0., was elected secretary, and i'Mwurd 1. Lincoln, of Boston, treasurer. The next meeting will bo in Baltimore, Md.. October (!. 187. Tin: treasury olllcials at Washington were much encouraged by tho steady increase of tho gold reserve, tho in crease uveraging nearly S1,000,0'JO a day since the lstinst. A DlHi'A'rcir on tho 17th from Wash ington said that the national meeting...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 September 1896

I - - r a THE HEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDKKS, rubllihor. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. A MYSTERY IN WHITE. T'S not more than n year ngo," said thu veteran detec tive when nsked for n story, "that Hind the strangest experience of niy car i: e r. T h a t's paying something, for, while I'm not ono of these men in novels who can a dozen disguises in an nut on half evening or look nta little heap of cigar nshes and identify the mau who smoked the ciguv, I've seen a great deal that's way out of the common. "An old gentleman named Dcnzil called at my ofllee one nfttrnoon to em ploy my professional services. I knew liim by reputation as a stein, grasping, money-making man who loved nothing lut his possessions and his beautiful daughter. On her he had lavished wealth, but had saddentd her life by preenting her marriage to a manly young chap who was a fitting match for her in appearance, attainments aim disposition. He was fast making a rec ord in the world of business, but it was a inch old bachelor ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 September 1896

"WW HTCUUJCJWJEWHtlWmmiJIiAJ The Nebraska Advertiser FRIDAY. SfcPT. 25, 1800. ' REPUBLICAN TICKET. National For President of tho United States, WILLIAM MuKlNLEY, of Ohio. For Vice President, GAIWETT A. IIOHAHT, of New Jersey. State For Governor JOHN A. McCOM For L!milonniitaovTiior...AIX)NZO TEl'KT KorHccrotmy of Hlnte J. A. IMPKIt For Audlfor P. O. IIKM.UNI) For TreiiMirur . 0. K. CAHKY ForHupt. Pill). IiiHtructloii,.ll. it. GOMJKTT For Com. I'ub. I.uihIh II. 0. KUHHKMj KorSuprdmoJudgo ( HOIItiK'I KYaN 1M. P. KINKAID For IlcKcnt V. O. WIIITMOKK ForCoiiKrcNHmiiu 1hI, Dlst- J. It, STKODK KI.HOTUKH At I.iuko -I. K. 11 OUT., K. J. HADIIjICIC Firm District A. J. HUUNIIAM, Nuimiliii Hucond DlHtrlot A. 0. KOSTHIt, DoukIiih Third District HOL DHAI'KK, Knox Fourth District O. A. DISHHY, 8uwuid Fifth I)lHlrlcU.J.I.. MoPIIKKIiHY, Keimioy Hlxth UlHtrlct M. L. KHItirjH, V.illoy County ForStuto Rcimtor UllUltOll IIOWK For HuproHUiitntlvoM, TlilrJ district KUYMMUIl IIOWK HUNKY O FHIIUUKON For Uop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 October 1896

J fVU. uti z- HUIW.L WW WaWW IIHMIIlim WIIIIHIKIii """ili'j ebmsh Jldvertim. I VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, 00T. 9, 1896. NUMBER 15 She r- V r '1 A A El-a81B-rin:laM-fiTgl CUfilS WMlHE ALL ELSE FAILS. I Beit Cough Sjrrup. Tastes Good. Use n lit tine. Hold br drunrlsu. T)R. W. W. KEELING, Nejcaua Oitv, Neuuaka. Ollice flrat door south of Park hotel. W.W.SANDERS, Notary :-: Nemaha. City, Neb. Loc,al News. Win. W. James, of Pern, gave us a pleasant call Thursday 1 i . Hear the "boy tramp bratoi" at the oporu house Saturday night . S. Gilbert has arranged to ship sev eral car loads of cobs to Beatrice next week. HEMAHixBiHBEBxSHUP ROBERT ROSS, Prop. 'Shaving, Hair Dressing, Stinmpnontnc. . ltu7or llonclng. Special attention paid to Ladles and Children. '.Agent for Nebraska City Steam Laundry. JfliHH JEmma Crim, Teaoher of Instrumental : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. My system la the latest, whoreby tha best or results are guaranteed, i respccuuny iibk for a share of your patronage. 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 October 1896

c THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. 8ANIHCKS, rubllilier. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. XXXJXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX OCTOBER 1896. : . .1. ; Sun. Hon. Tuo. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat. .: 1 2 3' in. ' T820 21 22 2324 : ' 25 26 27 28" 29 30 3J fc THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowe. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Thk attention of Commissioner Stump, of tlio emigrant bureau, was called to the movomont looking to the colonization in this country of Anno ninn rofuffoca. Tho law on tho subject strictly inhibits tho landing in this country of nil persons lllcoly to become a public charge, and also "any person whoso ticket or passage- is paid foi with money of another, or who is as sisted by othors to come." This bolnR tho case tho refugees may bo rofusod adinjttanco to tho United States. Thk white houso at Washington wnj injured by tho recent storm, a portion of tho roofing being stripped oil! and the tall ilagstafC disappearing entirely. Twonty-fivo line trees in tho groundj were lovelod nnd fully 50 others suf fe...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 October 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. 8ANDICKH, Publltlior. NEMAIIA, NEBRASKA. V4tJ.4.XJ.4.Xj.XJ.4-XX4-.4.XXJ.X4. OCTOBER 896. Sun. Mon. Tuo. U 2 J3 18 25 19 20 26 27 JPFfrt't-HrFFFV rFFrA THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowo. "WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tins uttunlton of Commissioner Stump, of tho emlffrnnt burunii, was called to tho movement looking to the colonization in this country of Arme nian refugees. Tho law on tho mib jeot fstrlctly inhibits tho landing in this country of all persons likely to become a public charge, and also "any person whoso ticket or passage is paid foi with money of another, or who is ns fiUtcd by others to como." This being tho caso tho refugees may bo rofusud adtnHtanco to tho United States. Thk. whlto hotiKo ut Washington win Injured by tho rocont storm, a portion of tho roofing being stripped off and the tall UagutafC disappearing entirely. Twonty-flvo line trees in tho grounds wcro leveled and fully 50 others suf fered tho loss of thoir tops and branches...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 October 1896

1 J K -r Jk '' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER TV. W. SANDKH3, FoblUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. AN AUTUMN SONG. When lovo was young and life was cay, Then, sweetheart, I was yours alway. The yeura have sped and youth Is dead, And yet my heart seems young to-day And, darling, I am yours for ayo. When Bummer days were fair tnd flno I kissed your lips beneath the shrine Of burnished shies, and In your eyes Drank deep of lovo as of rlpo wlno; And Btlll to-day that Joy Is mine. I held your dimpled hand T know I wondered why It trembled so i I pledged a vow, nnd then, as now, I heard your answer, sweot and low: "I've loved you, dear, since long ago." Ah, sweeter arc thoso words to mo Q'unn all the songs of minstrelsy; And the refrain brings buck again Departed years In memory, , , .All vocal to that melody! , u Soon winter will assail the year; The snow Is In our locks, I fear. Tho blooms huvo gono from cheek and lawn, .As In tho autumn shades we hear Thoso summer songs of old, my dear. But what caro ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 October 1896

I h x&S K o THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER TV. W. SANDKIlg, Fnblliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. AN AUTUMN SONG. Whon lovo was young and lifo was pay, Then, sweetheart, I was yours alway. 'The years have aped and youth is dead, And yet my heart seems young to-day And, darling, I am yours for ayo. When summer days wcro fntr s,nd flno I kissed your 11ns beneath the shrino Of burnished shies, and In your eyes Drank deep of lovo as of rlpo wlno; And still to-day that Joy Is mine. I held your dimpled hand T know I wondered why It trembled so i I pledged a vow, and then, as now, I heard your answer, sweet and low: "I've loved you, dear, slnco long ago." Al, sweeter are thoyo words to mo Q'han all the songs of minstrelsy; And the refrain brings hick again , Departed years In memory, , , .All vocal to that melody! , ,. Soon winter will assail the year; The snow Is In our locks, I fear. Tho blooms huvo gono from cheek and lawn, .As In the autumn shndes we hear Thoso summer songs of old, my dear. But wh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 October 1896

ffftB9BRK.V4 The Nebraska Advertiser W.W. ttjUritXHff, rmhUh$r, bUBBOMI'TION Sl.fiOl'KH VKAH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1800 REPUBLICAN TICKET. National For President of the United States, WILLIAM MoKINLEY, of Ohio. For Vice President, GAIlltKTT A. IIOIiAUT, of New Jersey. State For Governor JOHN A. McCOLL For Lieutenant Governor...ALONKO TBKKT KorBecrqtaiy ofHtnto J. A. PII'EU For Auditor P. O. HKDLUNl) for Treasurer rj. K. O AH ICY ForHupt. Pub. Instruction..!!. It. CO Kit BIT For Com. Pub. i.anda II. C. KUHHBLL ForHuprerao Judgo ( IIOIIBHT IIYaN lM. P. KINKAID For Ileicent W. O. WHITMOIIK For Congressman InI. Dint. J . H. HTHODB KLECTOHS At Large ..T. E. HOUTZ, F. J. HADILEIC First District A. J. UUItNIIAM.Nemnhii Heconil District A. 0. FOSTBIt, Doughi Third District HOL DKAPICIt, Rnox Fourth DlHtrlot O. A. IHCIMiY, Howard Fifth Dlntrlot... J. I,. MoI'HKKLKY, Kcarnoy Sixth District M. L. FItlESB, Valley County ForHtato Bnnator UHUItOtl HOWE For Representative, Third rilNtrlct NKYMOUIt HO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 October 1896

jwb JWHWMimmum"mf.ui "'V w "i rriin n i inn mai m I rs '&. Tr .9f i fc ':? If ! ;: y( kff I The Nebraska Advertiser W. '. NiJ'HKHti, PubHttxtr. Arf0 PUTTING RINGS ON THE RIGHT HOGS. bUliSOlliniON . . 61 ( I'KH YEAlt FRIDAY. OOTOUElt 0. 181)0. THE FARMER'S FRIEND. Free Sllrer Would Help the Kwriner by HeUucIng- the Wui;e of Ills Help. Furmcr 1 rcckou this free silver's about the best friend of us furniers that's come our way since the war. Al lowing Bryan's elected all right this year, I calculate I'll be worth nearly $2,000 more next year than now. Farmer's Wife Nonsense, Harvcl I don't believe silver's going to make folks rich. One'll have to work for a living if Bryan's elected just us hard as if he isn't. F. 1 don't deny but what your head's level there. Jane. Some folks will have to work hnrder, but it won't be us farm ers. We'll come out on top with free silver. That,'fl sure's shooten. F. W. What crazy notion's in your head now, anyhow? D'you think farm ers are smart enoug...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 October 1896

DEADLY HURRICANE. Plfty Pooplo Along the Southorn Coast Lobo Tholr Livoa. Gnlo from tho Went Iridic Htrikr th Vonnt with Awful HcmiIIa-TIio Whlto Huuho Ilndljr IJuimtgcri Klovon I) cud nt Hiivnnnuli. Mkmimiih, Tonn., Oct. 1. A special from Jacksonville, Flu., Biiyn: It 1h a conservative estimate to Bay that CO pcoplo lnivo lost thoir lives from yes terday's lnirrlcime, and tho number may run much higher. News from that portion of tho stato where tho fltorm flrt struck Ib very slow in com inT in, for tho wires nro down and rull roadn aro impassable. Wrecking parties which went out have not re turned, and it will bo novoral dayu be foro tho full extent of tho dutnago in known. The hurricane struck Florida nt Codar Keys. It passed in its path of destruction over 20 towns und villages, and reports show that botwoon 150 and 40 people have certainly been killed. The wind forced a tidul wave in tho streets of Cedar Koys. All tho news received from that town is that it wna swept away und ma...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 October 1896

I ! -r ARMENIANS COMING. A Consignment of 150 for tho Sal vation Army on tho Ocean. THE BOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS. It Opou Its Scfutonnt TMcdo, O. ArnwiEO- mcntn Miiriu fur l'lnylng lliinctmll with Austnillitns UuckcycH Dom- unstrnto for Culm. Nnw Yoitic, Oct. 0. A cablegram 1ms been received at tho .Salvation army headquarters from Gen. Uooth, stating that u contingent of 150 Armenians, who havo escaped tho recent massa cres in Constantinople, nro now on their way to New Yorlc, under the aus pices of Miss Frances Willard. In structions were contained in the cable gram to Commandor Uooth-Tucker to meet them on thoir arrival and to do what is posbiblo to provide for their temporary necessities. Commander Hooth-Tuclccr said it is intended, im mediately after their reception, to dis tribute them as far as possible in small numbers among friends in different parts of tho country. Arrangements are also being made to settle a number of them on a Salvation army farm col ony. THE IIOAIID OK...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 October 1896

fr The Nebraska Advertiser W.W. JJS'iUtHH rmhUihtr. bUBSCniPTION.. 8l.r0lKU YKAlt FRIDAY, OOTOHEU 0, 1800. Beginning next Sabbath evening, Iter, Gllmore will preach three ser raona on Ihe "Fato of ancient and mortem republics." All students of he tendency ef the times ought to utw tend the M. E. Church and hear this series of sermons. 41. V JISBBBflBBBBBBBEr kjbVbiHHbbbhbbbHsbz! NEBRASKA'S MEXT GOVERNOR. Jack MhcCoII took a horaesetud ad joining what is now the city of Lexing ton, in 187, Ills ancestors were Scotch, and his early manhood was spent on a' Canadian farm. He left home in 1801) ,,,u), and immediately set out for the We'. I MftftWs first work was as a laborer for the ti . Union Pacific R. It, Co.,and the fallow ing year he took up the homestead where he now lives. From the first hefsucceeded, becauBt ' he' h d tamed business method as "Well as farm rou tine; l'he first couuty clerk of Dawson county as removed for cause, and MaoColl was appointed in his place.' He held the...

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