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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 October 1896

r rfi WKMtmut rii-agutiTicJuprCTnaa.jMiu'a The Nebraska Advertiser FUIDA.Y, O0TOI3ER .'10. 1800. INGERSOLL ON MONEY. rtio Colonel States Homo I'ltiln Truths In Ills Own Pulque Way. Following1 is nn extract from tho speech of Col. Robert 0. Ingersall at Chicago on October 8: Money that is money needs no guar antee, needs no backer; it 3s always g-ood. No matter how many nations go down to dust, good money rouuvrns far evcr the same. We have a man running for the presidency on thiree phutformw, with tAvo vice presidents, tliat says money is a ereaturei of law. If the government can make money by law, T.ihy should the government collect Uixcs? According to Mr. Bryan, our fathers were the friemds of silver, and yet our dctir old fathers in nil their lives minted, only 8,000,000 of these sa cred dollars. Now, see what the ene mies of silver have done.- Since 1873 the enemies of silver have coined over 430,000,000 of these dollars, mid yet silver kept going down. We are coin ing now over ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 October 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ... . , , W. W. 8ANDKUH, rublliher. NEMAHA, - - NEIIRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE, Summary of tho Daily Nows. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tun National Spiritualist ttssocintion, it tlicir concluding hcssion in Washing ton, adopted a recommendation pro riding that tlio first Hunday before November 20, the anniversary of mod crn spiritualism, be known an national day to Kpiritualiftm, and that noddies talto up a collection on that day for tho benefit of the cause. SviT.urNTKNDKNT Huhii, in chargo of tho publication of the naval war records at Washington, In his annual report stated tho nccond and third volume had been published and the fourth was in tho hands of tho printer. Tin: hecrctary of tho Interior, D. It. Francis, has made formal announce ment of his intention to support Pal mer and ISuclcner ami tho gold stand ard democratic candidate for governor of Missouri, Trimble, Slit Julian J'aunckfotk, tho British ambasHador, called at the state depart ment at Washington on ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 October 1896

4 V . !r a. AGENCY RAIDED. "Bandits Bob tho Stores at tho Sao and Fox Agoncy. 4 MH TRIES 10 MURDER BIS WIFE. rrldotmra at tho United States Jntl nt Sontli AIcAlcntcr, I. T., Troublcaomo Mother and Son t'hurged with Murder Cn.iio Near llclng Lynched. Gutiiiue, Ok., Oct. 27. Tho Sac and Fox Indian agency, 00 miles east of this city, was held up and looted yes terday afternoon by tho same gang of outlaws that hold up tho town of Car ney last week. Tho Sac and Fox agen cy is only 30 miles from Carney. There wero four robbers, all armed and mounted. Two woro masks. Gen. Thomas, Indian agent, has S-10,000 at tho agency with which to pay tho In dian annuities next week. This money tho robbers were evidently after. They rode up to the agent's ollico and rushed in, but Thomas was absent. Tho ban dits then held up Mrs. Whistler's store, MofOt's store and Chief Keokuk's place, covering a ltogothcr, 3d people, and getting SG20 and two gold watches. Tho bandits Bhot at an Indian buck while ridin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 October 1896

SvSKVMKSV T he Nebraska Advertise WwS0NMA0MAwMMM'a . W. 8JJVJIJKHS VubUilur. AUHBOKIFTION 81.50 PKIl YKAll FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 18J6. County Commissioners. OOiclul Procci-tHiiiiN r Tlint lloily nt The Ijiint Aleelins. County commissioners mot October Oth, 1800, purHunnt to adjournment. Membera present: Louis Bastiun, W Al Davis mid II F Mclninch, commisaioiih era, and II E 1'cory, county clork.whon tho following buaiaeaa was lind and dono, to-wlt: Tlio treasurer was ordered to refund $5.35 on receipt No 2044 for 1805 as paid under protoat, and transfer tho as sessment of lot 731-B10 to Bchool clist No. 35. Lota 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in block 138, nnd lota 7 and 8 in block 130, Peru, wero ordered sold for delinquent taxea for tho yoara 1880 to 1804 incltiBivo. Board adjourned to October 7, 180(1 Board mot October 7, pursuant to adjournment. All members prosont, Tho following orders wero raado to tho county treasurer: To atriko from tho tax Hat tho poll tax aaaeasod against J W Foster, II J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 November 1896

VI k.u mTVtrrfirr,rsavy.&Mni'xrmrT3niiviiv&'fivw ..r- j...i.. I, ii.inuiwfiaL'L'rj uL'm'H.i"Jiu.- H'- i .wm' w"iji ru u hiiw; iwii 'miwiHiinmiiivm.jiiiuiiiijiU'iJULiu. uuuiiiuuij.tjxju dvertim. I NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 189G. NUMEEK 10 VOLUME XLI yr j&mmtif vfc JU f VlBu (r f JL :A M MiaMi VraJf;7TT:T?TV . T? riVf'Viio tiwo lHhs Mnriir ni i rirr rn in. nllC& UJULUL. All CIUC Bl ,. 1n.nU U ri'naliia f3sfit TTen Ctrl uuat VUUKii oj f iwoivouwwt III lliUUa rwiu iij ui iiHirin JU. W. W. KEELING, Nrm.vii.v City, Nehuaka. Olllco first door Houth of Park hotel. W.W.SAWDBRS, Notary :-! Public jNTeinalia City, Nob. ROBERT ROSS, Prop. shiwltivr, liulr Dressing, tjlinntpnotiluc. Jlttzor IUiiioIuk. Spoclul attention uild to I-iuI'oh mid ClilHlrcn. . Agent for Xebrwika City Steam Luumli'- Kerker & Hoover, Donler In MEATS Holiest prices patdlfor lililos, lard, tmlow game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C.SUTTON. M.D., Slrabert, x?G"brasbu,. Does a general practice. All...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 November 1896

nm THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. XV. HANDKU9, l'ubllilier. NEMAITA, NEDRASKA. NOVEMBER 1896. I . . , ; San. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sal. ,; : Illllllilili-Z : 8 9 10 U 12 13 u : 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ': M. . M. ,1,1, .I,, ,,, ,. , . in M ' 29 30 p JJ ! THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. IVAHHIMOTON NOTlSS. A .mkdai, of lionor hns been awarded "by tho government to MllWm L. Ilnney, lute chaplain of tho Fifty-Fifth Illinois volunteers for bravery at tho battle of Atlanta In July 2!, 18(51. A modal bus also just been presented to Frederick: W. Font, lato sergeant Fifteenth Indi ana light artillery for bravery at Har ler's Ferry, Vn., on .September 15, 1802. At tho eabinet meeting at Washing ton on the 110th Scerotaries Carlisle, Herbert and Francis were absent. Sec retary Olney wuh closeted with tlio president for an hour regarding some minor matters in his department. Tun coinage executed at tho mints of tho United States during October was as follows: Gold, 8ri,527,600; si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 November 1896

1 a V r x ( .THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES ' XV. W. 8ANDKKS, 1'ublUher. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. KATRINKA. Katrlnka, fresh an the morning, Gassed from her casement low: Far off, tlie Ki-ent-salled windmills Stood darkly In a row, And tho sky with the changing splendor Of duwn wus all aglow. "I wonder," thought tho maiden, Thrilled with tho glorious sight, ""If all the beauty around us, And all tho love and delight, JTomca Hooding the earth at cunrlso To bldo with us, day jvul night? "1 wonder If all tho goodness That makes us steady and true Glides softly In with the dawning To gladden ua through and through 'To lift our hearts to tho Giver, And help us lp all wo do? "Yet whether wo loso It or keep It, Depends upon many a thing; "Whether we'ro lazy or busy, Whether we grumble or sing: 'Whether our thoughts are noble, Or whether they grovel and sting. "Oh, the wonderful sky!" sighed Katrlnka, "How grand I Hut tho day has begun. There's breakfast, and spinning, and mend ing, And kettles to shine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 November 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER .-- M W. AV. HANDKKS, rnlilUlien NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, THE PILGRIM'S LESSON. Full wretched 1b tlio life T lend! AVhat dnys I've vainly 8llicl for brend, With nought whereon to lay my houtl When nlirht should coinw! Oh, weriry uro the lieartM Indeed That restless louml I left the home of my dayllKht: 1 left the flresldo Klowlnjr hrlBlit; I left the couch, ho noft and white, Whore, from the cold, 1 safely wrapped me evory night , Within Km fold. I left hut how can I explain? Twcro hotter could my lips refrain - One that I'll ne'er hehold again While earth I tread j For lonK years Mnco from care nnd pain Uor ilrlt ilrd. Twjih nho who taught mo In my youth To follow In tho paths of truth; Twhh alio whoso KeJitlo hand did Binootli My pain away; iWhono lovltiK hlH my heart would Hootho At close of day. I left her and Hioho pleasures dear To roam through deserts wild and drear; And many a lono and weary year I've passed Hlncu then. Ah, tho world'H lessons are aovoro To ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 November 1896

iniMWimimiiiHiinijn ims 1 fe- r k r 1 I r fjf ; X m AMERICAN ENTERPRISE. "What It Is Doing for tho Dovolop mont of Foroign Trado. Tho AiiicrU-nnWiitlon of tho "Vet Indlnn IbIiiihIh Itullroiul RaUdlng In luiiiulcu Vtmkco Colonics us CoITco iiml l'rult l'liuitcrH. (Special Kingston (Jnranlca) L.cttcr.1 SLo vast is tho extent of the United States, so seething tho vortex of homo activities that claim tho immediate at tention of the people, that it is not to bo wondered at if not only compara tively but actually few know anything at all of what is being accomplished for the spread of the country's trade abroad "by those enterprising citizens who strike out in new foreign ileitis. And yet it is always interesting to note the progress of such enterprises. llow many people in the United States, for instance, liavo any concep tion of the extent of the American en terprise which is not only surely but swiftly converting the magniilcent but neglected English island of Jamaica into a lively and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 November 1896

THE RETURNS. Thoy Show FoaturcB Surprising to tho Political Iioudors. ITKIEEY'S ELECTION ALMOST SURE, CnifMfio, Nov. I. Tho returns frotn iho cntlro country, iilthoiitrh incom plete in mmiiu states, arc of ti nature to h:Miro the election of MeKinley. A Hiifllcicnt number of status havo de clared for the republican party to mnlco cortain S03 votos in tho electoral col logo for itH leader. Tho stiitcn whoso votos aru suru for him are ns follows: California, i); Connecticut, ft; Delaware, .); Illinois, 21; Indiana, 1ft; Iowa, 13; Maine, ti; Maryland, .'J; Massachusetts, 15; Michigan, U; Minnesota, U; New Hampshire, 4; New .Jersey, 10; New York, KG; North Dakota, .1; Ohio, 2.1; Dragon, !1; Pennsylvania, .12; Hhodo Island, 1; South Dakota, 4; Vermont 4; West Virginia, 0; Wisconsin, 12; to tal. 203. Tho returns show some interesting features, and in some respects have licon u surprise to tho leaders of both political parties. Tho New Kngland htates have, as was expected, given heavy plur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 November 1896

1 II v' ) X h am iwiMMinaanaNminanaMaiiHiMi GEN. TGRRENCE DEAD. The Noted Soldier nnd limine Mitnl'ansci Awuy In Chicago. Ciucaoo, Nov. !. Gen. Joseph T. Torrenco cllcl nt his homo hi this city of Urlght's disense, with which he has been ailing Romo time. His estate is worth Ecveral million dollars. Joseph T. Torrenco was born in Pennsylvania 53 years ago. His career is an example of what a self-mndo man can become. Apprenticed to a blacksmith at an early age, he wns an assistant foreman when 17. The civil war breaking out ho en listed in an Ohio volunteer regiment, was, wounded at I'crryvillo and led the party that captured Morjran, the guer rilla. His title he owed to a subse quent period, when ho wns appointed by Senator (then governor) Cullom, to command an Illinois militia regiment, and distinguished himself in quelling riots in 1877. After tho war Gen. Torrenco took charge of the Chi cago iron works nnd later became con nected with tho Joliet Iron & Steel Co. It would bo u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 November 1896

virrmarnc&rnTzrKXtiinKtxtiTnvrimrrrxaivnmirnnx BMEJoimme$rj TITf WSW iW'arjiOTjKjrjiuiijAitijwvMMiypp 21 9 Ori. iife p&w u $ a 0 I isra&i n i$h M n H Rl mmn mmm omn Prr PTTTk rr aw U Si n .cw ff7jV tfa. n tn stsr. cm h . rll oui iviu uv n II tin K The Nebraska Advertiser If. If. HJUVIHillHy VuUttnlur. uliaOIUl'TION.. SI. BO PICK YKAll Fill DAY, NOVUM KI0U o, 18i)0. KWtnaiiJMftiijicwtaBiinraacgi3giarcrwa3on Nemaha county went for Bryan and tho entire fusion ticket by u majoiity of aoo to JBl). Uryun nets '100 plurali ty. Tlio fusion county ticket 1h all oloetod. Chinch llowo wont down in tho wicck, Dundas leooiving a majori ty of i)0t in .Nemaha county, llowo got a majority of 3U n Johnson county, giving Dundas u majority of 271 in tho two comities. Funiculi defeats llurn liiim by 382. Seymour llowp, Fergu son, Corblu nnk .Jack uro defeated by about tlio same majorities. In tho Btato tlio fu;ioniats,'ot major ities of from 10,000 to 15,000 for tlio entire stuto I ickt-t, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 November 1896

V mwiinmi twmn.mmwmamx'mwmmmimmtmt iwmiii.iMijmwuuiiiiii a-jmmnmwwmmm thmski Mdvertim. VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FItlDAY, NOV. 13, 1896. NUMBER 20 &e t w W X EJlciMcMll:l;tJ;l CUKtS WHERE All ELSE FAILS. Dott Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. in time. Sold by drueslRta. T)R. W. W. KEELING, Nemaha City, Nebkaka. OfUce first door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nemalia City, Neb. Local ISTews. Cold weather this week. IEIUMIItESlir ROBERT ROSS. Prop. OatB wanted on subscription. Ono weak from next Thursday Is Thanksgiving. Jim Bennett has the mill about ready for business again. Dr. B, Bell Androws, jr., was over from Stella Friday. I We would like to get a few loads of straw on subscription. There is a good demand for corn huskdrs in this section. Shaving, llutr Droning, Shnmpoonlnc, ltuzor Honelng, Special Attention pnld to Ladles and Children. Agent for Nebraska City Steam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Doalor In Hli?host prices paldfor hides, lard, tailow game, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 November 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. 8ANDKUS, I'ubllilier. NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. PREMONITIONS. Tho fields aro growing brown and scar Beneath tlio palo October sun: Well-night tho fruitful, lavish year Tho gamut of tho moiitliH has run. Tho dreamy air 1h full of hlntH Of Btormy days and swift decay, When nutumn'H raro and varied tints, Deplored of all, ahull pans away. A calm, llko that whero saints expire, HroodM o'er tho IiIIIh tho nun hns kissed; Tho foreHH rIow with latent flro Along tho hills of atnothyst. Tho birds, too moody now to sing, Qlldo In and out among tho trees, Whero fledglings, with uncertain wing, I'ropare for flight toward warmer seas, Tho partrldgo, In his hidden nook, Now whistles In a lower key, And nlowor moves tho tardy brook Whoro onco It danced In merry kIco. The hedges, now ho brown and bare, Their dry, deserted nests reveal, Whoro many a happy bridal pair Mado known what thoytwould fain con ceal. A chill In on tho withered grass, O'erspread with many a spider's loo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 November 1896

t C X ""I i I, THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES XV. W. SANDKItS, I'ublialior. NEMAHA, NEDRASKA. THEN AND NOW. Thon tho mcrlo and thrush were singing round tho homesteads in tho hedges Whi-rc tho flagrant hawthorn blossoms lay where wintry nnowu had been, Then the gorsy tires weie blazing, and tho marsh lumps lit thcscdBes, Then tho meadow lands worn smiling In their robes of gold and green. Then your eyes were bluer, brighter than the violets In the valleys, And vour sweet voice llllcd with envy skylarks soaring out of sight, lAnd tho pale, pink apple blossoms In tho orchard's grassy alleys By your blushing cheeks grew truly In n moment wan and white. Now tho birds are silent, feasting whero the scarlet berries cluster; Whero tho beech and oak aro flaming, love-lorn cushats Badly call; Dreaming of tho troplo splendors, swal lows on tho house-tops muster, And within tho ancient orchard, red checked apples earthward full. T7ow your eyes have lost their radiance, and your voice has lost Its swe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 November 1896

I MMQNLEY WON. Tho Ohio Man Ohoson to Bo tbo Noxt Prosldont. I Will XXnrm Nearly n Hundred Klootoral Voloi Over Jlrynti Kentucky Cloia -fiu.i) IHjr MJorltlos-Tli 'Voto by Htule. CnioAao, Nov. 0. TIio results of tho election in tho various stales of tho union aro now sulllolontly well known to mnko positive tho election of Mr. McKinloy by at least !M.r votes, or 21 more titan a majority. , Tho returns arc as follows: Alubiimii'n Majority Reduced. itiu.MiNoitAM, Ala., Nov. 5. Tho ma jority for Uryan will probably not ex ceed 25,000. Arluiimad (liven Only 8(1,000.. Litti.u KooK,Arlc.,Nov. S. Arkansas gives 25,000 majority for itryan. California Republican. SAN FllANCIHCO, Nov. 5.- With 225, 775 votes counted, MoKinley nnd'llo bart havo about 7,200 majority In Cali fornia. Colorado Almoit Solid. Dknvhu, Col., Nov. 5. Scattering re turns received up to 8:30 a. in. to-day bhOw that Ilryan and So well liavo car ried Colorado by over 100,000 plurality in a total voto of about 175,000. No ef...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 November 1896

f MMraMMmMMnm i"Mvmmra www J x h KING OSCAR AS ARBITER. Tho Venezuelan Disputo Likely to Bo Soon Adjusted. Fuler of Norway untl Sweden Ono of lrlv Arbitrators to Settle tho Contro versyCourt I.lUcly to Sit nt Stockholm. Washington, Nov. 11. Tho king- of Sweden and Norway, Oscar 11., 1ms been chosen by treaty between tho United States and Great Britain us tho fifth ofllclal arbitrator of tho Vene zuelan boundary question. Tho other arbitrators, four in number, arc to bo designated, two by the lord chief jus tice of England, and two by the chief justico of tho United States. This is the i?nal and most important feature of tho treaty for tho complete adjust ment of tho long- pending Venezuelan controversy. Tho treaty was concluded in Wash ington Monday night at tho Hritish embassy, Sir Julian I'auncofoto repre senting her Britannic majesty and Sec retary Olneytho United States. When Secretary Olney and Sir Julian reached their final conclusions a cablegram was at once dispatched to Lor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 November 1896

i I ) ir ' i "4 u BEKLIN'S MONUMENTS. Bomo of Thorn at Loaot Aro Roal Worlco of Art One Hundred nnd Twenty-Four 7J Ulloiin or ninrkn llnvo Ucon Hpi'iit In tho JCrocthm of 'A(i Imponlii;,' Hculpturiit Worlta. ISpuclul Horlln .otter. 1 The modernizing of Berlin dnten, practically, from J871, at which time the city became, In lieu of being the resilience of the Prussian kings for u jiarC of Hie year only, the capital of re united Germany and of a powerful em pire. Since then the proeebs of evolv ing n metropolis in tiie full sense of Hie word lias hien going on uninterrupted ly. Vast suburban territory lias' been annexed and he who lias not seen Ber l:n for 125 years would not recognize Jicr, for wlmt lie sees to-day is virtually n new city. The whole belt of well liiiilt, niry, broad, shaded nvenucH tiround the old town proper is of recent construction. All those fine, fashlonn hie quarters, like the Ilausa quarter, the Monflt, tlio Ucllevue, tiie Potsdam, the Thlergurten quarters, or...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 November 1896

( - m m. r- 9tr I Jl L MA IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS. Troatloa Made by Undo Sam with x Forolga Oouatrloa The Xrr-otltitlons I'rccotlliiK tlio Hough Druft Are Cerutiiotilous mid JUintr AVliitlvd. Vtiry Often Consum ing Aliiny Yciim. Special Washington Letter. The newspapers huve been lllletl with cpeeulatloiiH and inquiries concerning the treaty obligations existing between this country and Spain which stand in the way of the recognition of the bel ligerent rights of the insurgents. Un doubtedly the majority of our people have earnestly sympathized with the patriots there, and have desired this government to interfere in the Interest of humanity and of patriotism. President Cleveland has strictly ob served the international law in such cases, and has also compiled with the treaty agreements between the two countries. According to the comity of nations this country could not Inter fere in Cuban nffnirs without ample provocation, because the other civilized nations of the world might have som...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 November 1896

. amii uucmrmrcn o mmxitmMnimimaJwextrjnuMXiiar3m'MjBatuirs3nirriyttaMXV 1 he Nebraska Advertiser UW. H.i.VttlHN ruhUilur, UBHOIUl'TlON, 3t.no run ybau FIUDA.Y, N0VBMHI2U ia, 18!)(J TUB KIGHT IN NBHItAtjKA. Htuto Jouriiul, Aov. lllli. UettiriiH are milllJk'iitly complutu to uliow Unit ttio volo lor MuKhiloy in Nubranku was jiihL about an oven 100, OOI), iigitlnat about 112,500 for Hryan. Tlio voto (or other candidates will be ao Hiimll as to bo mutely "scattering." In 1802 the voto for Hanson was 87,227 out of u total of 200,274. The combined voto against Harrison was, tliereforo, just about what it was last Tuesday against MoKlnioy. It was 112,017. The majority against Harris eon was 25,720. .The majority against MnKJnloy including the scattering will probably bo loss tbau 10,000. So the republicans have gained considerable ground since 1802. notwithstanding Harrison got the olectoral voto then on account oi Iho division of the oppose tion. From 1800 to 1881 tbo republican novor fa...

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