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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 October 1896

-tt n s-' rfiujjaui jyaaavini v jrr ;y w w mtnvrrrrrem j m w-tjjtaj w itfm mf ma. ijimmm uii J'f wine w .-n rT iitia: m hiuij. ut jl. ' i 1 jj a h uj j. i j ,u jai -a ji t -i u- nx y j it. w m t j Tin j m imu umt Mttw m tun fgMuxaagyjjjwu ,-n 7.buvj u :i"if r i w, i:.u .. w -Avg a1,M- M w . ., , J J W' U IVJRKVC VOLUME XL1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. 16, 1896. NUMBER 16 wmmmMtm tm wywm (53rf JlfcJLA, S& a, Mdvevtim. ; -h y jl. m K n Local DSTows. Additional local on last page. H. G. Emery lias moved to Julian. Only two weeks from next Tuesday until election. Sherman Had lock moved to Brown villo Thursday. Henry Williams waB up from Shu bert Wednesday. Mies Emma Cr'm went to Syracuse i Thursday, to visit her sister, Mrs. J.F. Wykes. Misses Brooks and Elliott will have a cloak sale in Nemaha, beginning Sat urday, the 24th, and lasting one week. I. N. Cooper lias moved down on his farm south of town, on which his son-in-law, Everett Larimoro, was living. Charloy Woodward went to...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 October 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. W. BAKDKUH, I'uullilier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. f4.4.J.J.AXAXAAJ.J.AXAXX4.JCAJ.J.XAr OCTOBER J 896. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Fri. 2 9 "6 23 30 8 U 18 25 13 20 27 14 2 28 19 26 22 2? fWfTTTTTTTttTTTtTTTT'r THE WOULD AT LA11GE. Summary of tho Daily ITowa WASHINGTON NOTJ'.S. Dn.r.AUD K Kagi.ano, a uiossonjrcr In the treasury department at Vnnh iiitftou, appointed from Goliad, Tex., committed Ruicido by inhaling tfiis. Ho with to have boon married in At lanta next week to a yountf woman from Dallas, Tex., but for Homo reason uhanired Iiis mind and ratber titan tell liis intended tbat lin was not in a posi tion to marry lie killed himself. l'lti:sii)i:NT Ci.kvkIjAni and his pri vate M-oretary, Mr. Thurber, reaohed tliu white house at Washington at 7:1C a. m. on the Uth and immediately after thoir break fasta each ontered his oillco and began tho routino of public business. Tho president hold a cab inet meeting at 11 o'clock and it was said bo nover looked in bette...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 October 1896

I If ft.' h 1 j! n A, X MR LYNCHING. Tho Socond Shorburno Bank Rob bor in Dangor from a Mob. A FIRE RACING IN A COAL MINE. Considerable Apprehension Kntcrtnlucd hs .to tho Outcome) of tho Conflagration v A Man Swept Over Niagara Falls Tlireo Miners Instantly Killed. Taiiimont, Minn., Oct. 13. Tho sec ond Sherburne bank robber is guardod by tho militia hero, grave fears of an attempt at lynching being entertained "by tho authorities. The young desper ado pives as his reason for not divulg ing' his name that ho has a praying another and sister of very high connec tion and repute, and ho will never al low them to stand tho Btigma of such '.a. crime. Ilo is tho coolest man in Fuir- mont, although thero is great danger of him dangling at a rope's end. Tho county officials at eight o'clock last night called out 50 members of com pany D, and had them stationed in side tho jail iuclosure. A report was received from Sherburne that a mob was forming thero to march on tho jail here, but office...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 October 1896

1 I 7j-.r it V" . The Nebraska Advertiser V- .NV"W-' FHIDAV, OOTOBEll 10, J8IIU SILVER I '.J A NUTSHELL. '9ria7rrnwRMrnicTrcinr3Mriennre)An7t7ni'rvin t i I ling SIIiim Ilolooml) SInilo n Wood Governor? CoiiHidornblo might bo mild on thin r.coro. Snpoifleiiilly, yos. Utaoiitiuliy, no. Prom tlio bnginningho iiHsumwl to (Ihitiitoto tho law-making power. Whou ucIh lmd bocoinn cryHtallispd Into Iiiwh, uml Ihoyo Iiiwh did not suit tiiR political purposes, bo ussiillnd thnir cmntltulion ality, and wail n variably boat on. Ah a niombur of tlio board of educational lamlK and funds, bo has conntatitly ad viwod tlio board to punrao an tiuooiiRti tutional courso in tho invostmnnt of tlio pormaiicnt Kchool fund in gonor.il fund warrants, ovon in tbo faco of an advorsn dociHion of tlio mipromo court, and ban gono out among tlio pooplo and oast as pomtoiiH upon tbo law-abiding mombnrs of Unit board becauso tlioy bad actually complied with statutory ronuiromontfl. In tho appointmontof tbo beads of ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 October 1896

r i! t -K- t 0mwJUiAiJxvrxlikjK'j:viAwjyTrrtvuxxir.rr The Nebraska Advertiser r Vv Ww VW V l.l .SYf-VJ ,, l'ubllhtr. bUHSOUII"! ION SI T)0 I'KU YKAH FRIDAY, OOTOHER 10. 1800 REPUBLICAN TICKET. National For President of the United States, WILLIAM MoKINLEY, of Ohio. For Vice President, GARRETT A. IIORAHT. of Now Jersey. Stato For Governor JOHN A. McCOM, Kor Lluutonant Gnveriuir...ALOiNZO TKKI-T ForSeuretaiy of Stulo I. A. IMPHU For Auditor 1 O. HKDLUNO For TroiKiKur f K. CAmKY ForSupt. Pub. Instruction..!!. K. COUUH1T For Coin. Pub. I.iiikIh II. 0. HUSSKM, 1 M. P. K I MCA Il For Ketrent W. G. WHIT.MOHR For Congressman 1st Dlst J. U. STKODK KfiEOToKS AtIifiro T.K. UOlirZ, F. J. BAMM-MC First District A. .1. 11UKNHAM. Nemnhn borond District A. 0. FOSI'HH, Doiif-his Thlid Wstilot KOI, DKAPFU, Knox Fourlli District U. A. DHUHY, Sewmd Filth l)lNtriot....T. Ij. McPIIKKliKY, Kearney Sixth District M. Ii. I uiussi!,. ut County ForStnto Senator OHUItCIl HOWE For Iteprojoittutlvcs, Third dlstrl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 October 1896

S3 MORTON ON MONEY. Tho Secretary of Agriculture Talks on Finance for Farmers. Secretary of Agriculture .7. Sterling Morton spoke nt the Auditorium, Chi cago, on the evening of Friday, October I), on the money question. The speaker confined IiIh iittentiou more particular ly to the farmer and lib interests and vnrinly advocated a sound currency. After the customary Introduction and u warm greeting Mr. Morton said: "Farmers who thlnlc know that money Is tho only thing in this world of sweating acquisitiveness which men compete for which never confers any honellt upon Its owner until It leaves him. Unused money, unloaned money bestows no more value upon Its owner than an uneaten meal can glvo of pleasure or nutrition. A little ro llnetlon makes It plain, therefore, that tho farmer and tho Chicago pucker, wngo 'tirner, mnnufaeturer and eapltullst aro equally Interested In circulating a kind of nionoy which, when they let go of It, will buy them the most satisfactions either at homo or ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 October 1896

!2t r THE PRICE OF GOLD. fiomo 1'uclH ltc-giti-dlng tlic 1'luctuntlon of Money Values. Ilns gold "appreciated?" The advocates of the free coinage of silver say that It has. Like the man who thinks his own train in motion becnuse the one alongside is moving in an op posite direction, the silver men insist that instead of all other prices (Includ ing that of silver) having fallen, the price of gold has really risen, and the price of everything else has stood still. They assert that there has been n steady change in the ratio of a dollar in gold to a given quantity of grain, cotton, clothing, food and silver, and argue that since one dollar in gold will buy more of all commodities in the markets of the world to-day than it did in 1S73, gold has advanced in value, while the value of other articles has stood still. 3Ience their constant assertion that "gold has appreciated." Let us see. To appreciate means to Increase in value. Anything which ap preciates In value, does so eithrr be caus...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 October 1896

I;' l'ytgUVWT'r7iintfrJ)Ui'j'xriiiciKtrijattiiunjfmwy;arir)t The Nebraska Advertiser j m WVrfVW" W. tl. W..VWKHA, rutiUhtr. 0 biriHUUU'TION 1 501MCH YI5AK FRIDAY, OOTOUBll 1(5, 18i) waresBajraaaviwarf,riixirj.'ntrt3rxaiaaaxraKrjatn an ogs. The candidates on llio rcpublloitn ciiiiniy ticket will hold ineolinRs at llio following plucua rncl limes: Johnston, Saturday, Oct. 17th. Alspaugh hcIiooI Iiouho, Hauion prui citicl, Monday tiij:lit, Oct. ID'li. L'uru, Monday night, get. 20th. IJentoii, Tuesday, Oct- 27th. Howe, Wcdiicaday, Oct. 28th. Walnut (Jrovo school Iiouho, Peru prucinct, Thursday, October 20th. NKMAIIA. Friday, Oct HOlli. Auburn, Monday, Nov. 2nd. Thuflt meeting! will begin at 7:i!0 p. in, Local committeemen art) requeut" od to take charge and hoc that every thing is in ruadii.PHS. B. II. Hailhy, Chad man. V. P. Fukhman, secretary. Uuport of school In Diutrlct 08 for tliu in until (Hiding October 2nd, 1SU0: Number on toll, 47, I'leseut each day Floyd 'I'lbbotH, Alico Wasso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 October 1896

( f- - l V v- nyw'MTuiwiTOPh.i.ljiijiiii.iuiiiiMWe J ehmskn Mdvertim. f VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. 23, 1896. NUMBEK 1 7 ghe Q A U. IgMJfciOEyMKlaMJxl;! 1 CUKtS WHtHE. ALL ELSt FAILS. Boat Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Ubo In tlmo. Bold by tlruenlsts. TJlt. W. W. KEELING, JEM.H,V OlTV, NeHRAKA. Ofllce first door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nomaha City, Neb. ROBERT ROSS, Prop. Bhnvtng, Ilulr Dressing,. Slinmpoonlnn, Ituror Jloneliig. Special ntteutluti iuld to Ladles and Children. Aientor Nebraska City Steam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer lu Highest prices pnltllfor hides, inrd, tiulow game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C. SUTTON. HI. D., Slmbcrt, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All calls promptly answered, day or night. 7-17 J. L. Jlelvhi, M.D., Ih. (U PHYSIC1&N&HDSUBGE0H SPEOIAiliES: DlHenscsor the Skin, l)ls eiiset c Women and Children Will prompt! i' umur nil cullH, cither day or nl In' i Keynote Drugstore - Nebraska B.BeilAndr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 October 1896

"imfiMwnw THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER -.- , W. W HANDKIW, 1'tiblliilicr. " i NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. i - - THE WORLD AT LAHGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTICS. Titniti" wiih a fulling oir In postal ro coiptH for tho quarter ended Septem ber 30. of S1,fi00,0()0, as compared with tho quarter ended .Juno, and SM.OOO as compared with tho quarter ended Sep tember 30 of last year. A HTATKMKNT prepared by tho bureau of mints hIiowh that during September there was coined from bullion pur chased under tho act of July II, 181)0, $12,700,100 standard silver dollars, con taining U,0S3,:ir8 ouncci of puro silver, tho cost of which was $1,802,071, giviuit it seigniorage or prollt of $837,41)8, which lias boon deposited in tho treas ury. Tirr. annual report of tho third as hlstant postmaster-general for tho past Hicul year shows tho total expenditure for tho year was il)0,(W(,liilfi, and re ceipts, SS2.11)'J,203, leaving a deficiency of 58,127,088. Tliu number of po.stafc stamps, stamped envelo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 October 1896

1 4 .W: ' r ,i "Ax x TO AID MISSIONS. Tho American Christian Mission ary Sooioty Oonvonos. RAILROAD RATES TO BE ADVANCED. The. Knllroads Will l'ut llutos Up In Sympa tic with Wheat -International Typo graphical Onion Session Ihidcd Meeting of Musicians. SrniNOFir.LP, III., Oct. 20. The 4SLU annual convoutiou of tho American Christian Missionary society convoned at tho stato capltol building yesterday with 300 delegatus. The organization is divided into the following divisions: Hoard of church extension, headquar ters Kansas City, Mo.; board of negro evangelization and education, head quarters Louisville, Ky.; board of edu cation, headquarters Chicago; board of ministerial relief, headquarters Indi anapolis, Ind. Thoso met with tho main body. The annual reports of tho secretary shows 33,543 collected .tho past year, being a gain over 1805 of 510,301. Tho report of the connnltto on work and workers shows 530,457 raised during tho past year. Tho inorn iug session opened with the annual...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 October 1896

ijiiijJj,iMiuamu-iiaawfiwa.i,iijjnuuii"i.ijmim.jiii iwiJaimjjMc:MriAjM'uijiJMurmujriJUMJtCTtCTi .A'isjijMXJrjimum?jiiJBViriiTttFuuxutiBzxanxL2tt!. The Nebraska Advertiser W.W. MJS'JUltlfi, ruhUthtr. SUUSOnil'TIOK 81.50 1'Klt YKAIt FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2.1, 1800. nnainiEBanaaamc &&' '-4WV .&&&. REPUBLICAN TICKET. National For President of tlio United States, WILLIAM MoKlNLEY. of Ohio. ForVico President, GAIIUETT A. II OR ART, of Ne.w .lersuy. Stato Kor Governor JOHN A. McCOlit, For Iiii!Utnniitaovernor...ALONU TKKIT ForHenrotiuy of Hluto. I A. IMPKll For Auditor P. O. II KM, UN I) For TrotiNuror ?. K. OAMKY ForHupt. Pub. IiiHtructlon..II. U. GOltllETT For Coin. Pub. LimdM II. 0. llUHMKLL ForHupreineJiidao j IIOUKKI HYaN I M. I'. KIMvAIl) For UcKOtil mW. O. W1IITMOKK For ConrtHsmiin lut DIhI j. H. BTUODK KM50TOUH At Larue I. K. 1IOIITZ, t .1. HADILI3IC ' Firm UlNtrlut A. J. ItURNUAM, Noiimlui ' Second District A. U. FOSTKH, l)oulns Third Dlstrlot HOI, DltAITH, Knox Four...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 October 1896

'&weiaM,Mj.jiui)ijiuuijjiiitllmuuumjJiaiiiiJiBimiMtwj I ! J; f - 1V' H Ik -r . 1: '& ! m - 1 -a Y The Nebraska Advertiser W.W. SJJmltKttH fublUhir. .xSSNii" FRIDAY, OOTOBEIl 28, 1800 maasKEBcnnannm TRUE DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE. for Jefferson. .Jackson uml llcnton Wcro u Gold Stumhirtl. Jefferson, on 1783, wrote: "Just principles will lend u to disregard legal pioportion nil together, to inquire into the market price, of gold hi the several countries with which we shall princi pally be connected in coinmcmrceumd to take an average from tiiicm. I very much doubt a right now to chcinge the value, and especially to lessen it." The house committee in 1821, report ed: "It is sulHcient to know, by un happy experience, that its (ratio of ilf teen to one.) tendency is to rid us of a gold currency and leave us nothing but silver." The house committee in 3834, reports ed: "The desideratum in the monemry (system is a standard of uniform value. JYVe cannot ascertain that both metals 'have ev...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 October 1896

t: WWTtt & I SOUND AND STKONti. Cloar nnd Cold Logic of Thoodoro Booaovolt, of Now York. 3Clio Gothiimttn'H Tolling Hlioln ft t llryiiu Sophistry TulkN to llui Ainerl- 4-ii.il College Men ill 01)1 i cngo CoIIhciiiii. A innnunolh meeting was licit! nt Clic Chicago Coliseum Thursday night, October Jfi, under Hit niiHj)ices of the American College Kcptibllonn league, Jit which Theodore KooHcvelt, of New York, Kiiolce for sound money. lie Bald: "It In not merely schoolgirls that have liyHtorlcn; very vlcloiui mob leaders liavo tlioni at times unci ho do well-meaning demagogues when their heads aro turned by tliu applause of men of little Intelligence and their minds aro Inflated with the possibility of acquiring nolld lraderalilp In tlio country. Tho dominant noto In )tr. Bryan's utterances and In the enm linlgn waned In Ills behalf In the noto of hysteria. Messrs. Bryan, Altgeld, Till man, Dobs, Coxey and tho rest havo not the power to rival tho deeds of Marat, Uarroro and Hobcsplo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 October 1896

tt zz "J I l- 1Y ii a A CRITICAL TIME. Tho Vigilancia Inoidont Almost Gausocl a War. THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS REVOLT. Affair Albumins; ttio Proportions of ,tlio Culuut Kolx.-llloii Mexico Willing to iTiiltl the UnWril StjtoM In Intervening J'.ctivccu Spain and Culm. CLAIMS 302 FOR M'KINLEY. Nr.w Ont.r.ANS. Oct. 'JO.Tho Times Democrat's Koy West special snys: If tho Spnniuh nuthoritlos hud taken Senor Angel Fernandez of the Ward lino steamer, Vlg-llnnoln, whilo that vessel was in Havana hurbor last Fri day, United States warships would have immediately been ordered to Ha vana to onforeo a demand for repara tion, and war between this country and Spain would have undoubtedly re suited. For three hours last Friday tho United States and Spain wero on tho brink of war. and tho threatening situation was only relieved when tho Spanish authorities ignominiously backed down and allowed the Vipilun cia to proceed to sea with Fernandez still on board. A letter received hero from a corre spondent ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 October 1896

'JftgwwijB,iiiJMu:Bi;UAmm'MW The Nebraska Advertiser ii''im, mixBTMXtirMemrvaxjratijv&xL'' vrnrffnn trfrrattxaaa tjULtLMimiijvcA'jmt-nnF.-Hca-mitr.Ttjj-T:!.i-.n !f V i: If.W. N1J'IH;tlNs rulilinhtr. SUIIHOrUl'TION Sl.iiOl'Ktl YICAU FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2!J. lfHfl .fffTJ TJTf REPUDIATION AND DISHONOR. Ileochcr' Ilcdt A l'urt of Henry Ward HcrinoiiM. During the flat money and unlimited paper currency excitement of 1877 Mr. Ueeeher delivered ti famous sermon on TlinnkHt'lvlnffof Hint year on the perils of tho day. In it ho lined this language: "Whenever in any mil ion there 1 Riieh an attempt to tamper with stand ards that the moral House of man is be wildered and liberty is given to unprin cipled men at large to cheat, to be un faithful to obligations, to refuse the payment of honest debts whenever that takes place, it is all the worse If done wllh the permission of the law. I hate the devil riding on a law worse than I do the devil riding without n law under him. Whoever lumpers with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 October 1896

V ( A-l ! g.isuj'jflvijnj.n.wiicnjJWja'Jium.mjim'niJiuiiiu.'H.'JiMKiiiMJUjuuunm .iimuuuiu i'im, Mnumji)jiijLauuujninmiiijii,iMiimiMwijiimMijlijlj)ljt .. ebmshu dvertmr. VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. 30, 1896. NUMBE1U8 Jfe &JU sv LHfc CUIUS WHtllh ALL ELSE FAILS. Dost Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. in timo. sold fir drusaixtK. wi w ww-m u m mm nj - mmurn J)R. W. W. KEELING, 'NlSHAUA ClTY, NEURAL. Ollico first door south of Park hotel. "W. W. SANDERS, Notary !-: Public Nemaha City, Nob. HEIHIBHI1P ROBERT ROSS, Prop. SlinvliiK, Hulr Dressing, Slminpoonlnr,, Jtuzur lluuclng, Special attention puld to Lnillcs and Children. Aicnt for Nebraska City Steam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Denier In :MHEA-Ti3 Hli?liost prices j)!.ld;for lildos, lard, tallow game, etc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C. Ik fctf. Sliubert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All calls promptly answered, day or night. 7-17 J. L. Jlelvin, M.D., JPh. G. SPEOIAUUKS: -DIspnseBof the Slclu, DIh onset o Womon nnd Chil...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 October 1896

THE 'FRISCO WRECK. No Moro Fatalities Llkoly from tho Rooont Ballrcmd Acoidont. MISTAKEN FOR A WILD TURKEY, A Hunter AccldontnllyHliot ly u Comrade A Miner Killed imil I'oiir OIIiits Seri ously Injiirod by it llinwwuy fur Hliot Ills Jlrnllior. St. Louib, Oct. 27. Indications nro that tlicro will 1)0 no moro fataltlcs nS tho result of Sunday's collision on tho St, Louis A Sun I'Ynncisoo railroad near this city. All tho Injured, so far as known, aro recovering and will bo about In u few days. H. V. Clark, tho trainmaster of tho road in charge of all trains between Ht. Louis and Springfield, Mo., has this to say of tho accident: "Wo have nothing' to eon coal, and I lenow it will all come out in tlio ond, ho I feel safo in saying that lilamo for tho acoidont lies entirely with our conductor and engineer on tho excursion train Uoorgo Atwood and Joseph Dryden. They are both good men and have been years of serv ico In tho railroad business on our road and on other systems. Wo trusted them ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 October 1896

'Hi i i 1 r r rr & r ;t A TRAIN HELD UP. Bandita Stop tho Chicago & Alton Near Kaunas City. Not n, Slnglo Shot Wni l"lrcd nml tho I'ni- aeiiRcrn Woro Unmolcflteri Itobbura Get Only 8300 In Cnsh and Some Jewelry. KANSA3 Cixr, Ma, Oct. 2k Chicago !lb Alton westbound train No. 48, duo hero tit 0:50 p. m., was held tip onc-hnlf mile enst of Gondnlc, which is 5)1 miles etist of Independence, just nftcr darlc last nlffht by four marked men. Tho men escaped by mounting tho cnglno and riding two miles to tho top of tho prado just beforo Touching" Independ ence. Hern they abandoned it and it was subsequently found by tho pursu ing train crew, taken back and tho train brought Into Kansas City at 8:15 last night. Not a chot was fired, no ono was hurt and tho only other booty got outside of what was secured in tho express cur wus .-'i.) from Firemen A. E. I'ost. Tho train, which was in charge of Conductor A. J. Fell and Engineer James Wetton, was running on time, at full speed, when, ju...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 October 1896

rjfnjiiu - iiiUAnnj.'iUifivwaiiujiuiJUJmBMMiau The Nebraska Advertiser UUSORIl'TION 81.50 1'ICU TICAll FRIDAY, OGTOUEIl JIO. 185)0. iiimi gii.uiiiiTJUjjmMiiiiisiirigi fe xti&' M,2 smgm.iA Wmmi REPUBLICAN TICKET. National For Proaitlont of tho United Slatcn, WILLIAM MoKlNLEY. of Ohio. ForVico President, GARltMTT A. HOB ART, of Nmv Joraey. State For Governor JOHN A. MoCOMj For Lloulonnnt Governor... A LON.O TKKFT ForHuorutiuy of Htnto J. A. 1MIM311 For Auditor l O. HUOMJNJ) For TrouHurcr For Con.: 1Mb! I,.uiln ."ll". 0.' HUHHIiLL For Supremo Judge J KOHKllT UYAN I M. I. IC(NKAII) For HcBont W. G. WJIITMOKK For CoiiBrcHsniuii 1st Dim J. II. 811101)13 ip.lMiji..vt ii.t. Tnui .iti.1.1 ri t rv m m i i.v w KLKCTOUB At Largo T. K. UOUTZ, V. J. HADILEIv FlrHt District A. J. ISUUNIIAM. Nenmlm Second District... Third DlNli lot Fourth DlHtrlct... Fifth DlHtrlct....!. Sixth District A. 0. F08T13U, DoukIuh SOL DKA1M3K, Knox O. A. D13IIIIY, Seward L. Mel'HEKLKY, Kearney M. L. Fill 13813, Vitl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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