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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1895

wu g i ehwzfw Mdvertiser. TSJ VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. I, 1895. NUMBER 18 !?'. i Whe V V jfei IwJf v i in 4 fjlt. W. W. KEELING, NEHA.HA OlTr, NeIIUAKA . Office first door south of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notary .-: Public Nemaha City, Neb. Kerker & Hoover, Denier In :m::ejts fllKlioHtprlcen palil for h Id en, Inrd, tallow Samo, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. Hon Cuius Sioei, Introducing Cooper ' tliu rustling Liveryman JfrS' " im Lenvo your nl tt for ft team, hnck C .r: v . - ers for ft team, hnck or drny, nnd Wk do tiik Rest. Our Hnck meo'unU s- Tlie Famous Gem Stoves I Rsnges Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. The fire biicks ure Warranted for Fifteen years, nnd any part that breaks fioni action of fire within 12 months will be fur nished free of charge. For sale by ANDREW AYNES, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. B.BellAndrews.M.D.Ph.D, Surgeon Specialist, Stella, - Nebraska Operations for Cataract and all opera tions on the eye, Varicocele, Hernii, Hemorrhoids, etc , performed...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1895

ni i i B mAMMMMMNW PJlESiDKNTO DAY. JfV Oraut Oulpourhipr of Pooplo lit Atluntu. tlvuMon Id I tin Prrslilput of tlin Cfntti'il ?jliti Aitdress of Sir. rlnviiliiinl Trllnile lo Aninrlriin I'uturprlso An Informal lliieeptlon. Atlanta, On., Oct. 21. No brighter -it balmier sun over hIioho over this i.i-lfculur portion of thu southland -Ji.I-.iiri I.I111L which iluwne.l on this morn- Jlr.g, President's duy.ut the Cotton Status .mid International exposition. Tlio jrn-i'sltlontul p:irty spout the morning quietly ill Iho Ar agon, where thoy re- xvininud until 11 o'clock, wIumi thoy swore driven rapidly to the expedition .-grounds without any p:irade whatever. 2nside tho gutes thu military wan ul- rciuly gathered. Tim troops paraded around t lie hoard walk within tlm lair nintdosiiro and were reviewed by tlio president from u stand In front of tlio uvui-ii incut building. After tho review the president doliv anv.l mi address. Ho wiih introduced xtiy president Collier, of the exposition, who...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1895

umiiwufnimiiunnximjgTms ih NEBRASKA STATE NEWS. N'dlinisltn Nittlnnnl Itrtntc. The Into report of the comptroller of the currency jives the condition of Ne braska nittionul banks, exclusive of Omaha and Lincoln, to be: Loans nn.l discounts $12,05.1,203 Stocks nnil vecurlttus 419,001 HinldnK housc.furnlturo and tlxturcs 1,121,017 Other rent estiito und inortKiitjes CO fin Duo f lorn reserve intents H.510,750 Ooldcoln 651,097 Oold treasury cortlllciitos 7,000 United Stntcs cortlllcutcs. deposits for letrrtl tender notes 88.2,373 Total resources 8:0,1S1.7I3 Cnpltal stock p.ild In 0,1 10.000 Surplus funds 1,881.091 Undivided prollts M0.I80 Individual deposits 8.817,815 AvcniKC reserve, 27.' per cent., as compared with 27. 1 last report MlftCtdliiuonu. Tin: State bank nt Gothenburg closed its doors on the 25th. A liot.n robbery was perpetrated at Omaha the other day. A Mrs. Hobb was called to her door by somo one knocking, and thinking it was a neigh bor she promptly responded. Upon open...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1895

IV Ifl I 1 MimiMMmrmvmu '' ' n " ' " '"m"m,m,i-r'n"mmK rt"mnmmam frrrv. ,mvdmunrmwj it'iu ggP?gf,":r, wmiwmWWU LINDSBY Closin Sc COs Out HHHBIB MBWBHHW .X-iXLi I Will Continue but a Short Time Longer! RIG L S CUT LOWER THAN EVER! Never before in the history of this part of the country was any sale ever attended by such great success. Our sales far exceeded our most sanguine expectations. In fact, with o ir increase in our force we could not be gin to wait on the people, eager to take advantage of our G-roat 13aiga.iii&. It is really only once in a life time that an opportunity presents itself to the public to get HIGH GRADE FIRST CLASS MERCHANDISE at such wonderful low prices: Our business must be wound up in a very short time, and the bulk of our goods must be sold. To make a dead sure thing of selling them we have made greater reductions all along the line. Dont wait but come in at once and take advantage of our CLOSING OUT PRICES. 40 Bolts of LL Sheeting goes at 3ic 1 2 piece...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1895

Go to Armstrong & Armstrong, So.Auburn, for anything you need in Hardware and Furniture, Stoves a Specialty, A AUBURN. NEB., SCIENTIFIC d' OPTICIAN OrMlimteof tlioSponcor Optica! School, New Tork, mid of UiocIuhh of JuMuh King Optical UoMKuuBasClly. Mnny pooplo whose heads ro constuntly aching have no Idea wlmt relief nclcntlllcally fitted glosses will glvo them. This theory Is now uulvorwilly established "Improperly fitted glasses will Invariably Increase the trouble mid may lead to total blindness our rulllty to adjust glasses safely and cor ectly Is beyond question. Con mi It us rpo Herbert 8. Howors and Nancy J. Bow. I ers, his wife, non-resldeut defendants: you and oncli of you are hereby notified that on Soptembor 18th, 18!5, J lines 1. San key, as plaintiff, began an action against you and other defendants in tho district court of Nemaha county, Nebraska, the ob Jectof which Is to foreclose a certain mort gngo on ihe following land In said county, to-wlt: The south half o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1895

! 1 Av THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. 8ANIJKIIS, I'ulillMltfsr. NEMAHA, - NI3IIKASKA. TirJB WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dully Nowa. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Skckktahy Oi.nkv'h not) to Otctit Itritulii pn the Vunu.ticliui innLtor was u communication of about 8,000 words, nntl doscrlltod tho history of tho Mon roe doctrine, pointed out the nppliea hllity of tills doctrine to the boundary dispute in (Juiiinn, and then declared the principle for which the United States was contending, namely, that no European shall enlarge its terri torial dominion on tho American conti nent by means of force I'KKHim:NTCi.i:vi:r.ANt has- appointed Yancey howls, of Ardmore, I. T., United Ktsitcs judtfo for the central district of that territory to succeed Judo Stuart. Tin; board of health has lifted the quarantine and Honolulu is once more a clean port. No cases of cholera had been reported for over two weeks. Ar the session of tho national con foience of the Unitarian church at Washington on tho LMtli a re...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1895

v. lf . ( t I U If V'i. .1.1 ti ? k ri, ) A fc y-J (Copyrlcht, IE04, by linchcllcr, Uaclioller. Johnson & Unco a ripple oatno to land In cho golden Mitisct burning Xijppud njrr.lnst u maiden's hand, Uy tho foril returning. Dainty foot and gentlo breast Onco acioss bo fliul and rest. ' Maiden, wait," tlio rlpplo salth; " Walt awhilo, for I am Dcathl" ' Where my lover calls I go Shatno It were to treat him coldly 'Twas a llsh that circled so, Turning over boldly." Dainty foot and tender hoart, ' Walt tho loaded ferry cart. " Walt, ah waltl" tho rlpplo salthi " Maiden, wait, for I am Dcathl" 41 When my lover calls I haste "Damo Disdain was ncvor weddedl" Ripple rlpplo round hor waist. Clear tho current eddied. Foolish heart and faithful hand, Llttlo feet tlu4 touched no land. Far nway tho rlpplo lied, KIpple ripple running rcdl Translation. "Respect tho aged!" It was a thick voice a muddy voice that would have made you shudder a voice like something soft breaking in two. There was ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1895

I I I tfKtMLmm.iiHnMuwin wiaimiiiiiiiinuaiiwwMiin'"' ur The Nebraska Advertiser II. M. H.IJS'lWIlS, J'uhtlilitr. .r- As' IISUItH"llOK, i .no PICK YKA s-.s. Fill DAY. NOV. 1, 18:i. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Stato. rnr Hiiprumo .Iiuluf. T. li. NUIIVAI,. Mir UnlvciMliy Ui'immiIh, (!. II, MOUItlM,, ji. i uuin.i), Judicial ror.liiilui-H PlHlrlct Court, JOHN ri.HTlMii.. CIIAltl.l-X It. I.OTl'ON. County. Kor County .Iiiilu-. ,.,. OKUIU1K KAHUNOKIt for ComilyTri'iiMiriT. rV. W. KfsriCK. I'or Couiitv Chirk. II. N. Ill'ltllKSS. KurHlmrlir. H. P. Ut.AHUOW. KorDlH.rlct Cl-rk. ...... ALUKKT 1). OII.MOHK. For County H'lp'tot Put lie Instruction, M. if. CAltMAN. For Coroner. I)U. WILLIAM DAILY. For Surveyor. J. M. HACK Kit. H. MolNlMOH. Precinct For AHHCHHor, JA.MKH F. DKAIN. For JuntlcoHof Ihn Ien', HI'KPHKN UIM1KUT, DAVID T. HMILliY. For ConNtn tiln, HTKPIIKN COOPKIt, CIIAULICH F. ZOOIC. Vor J uiIki'h of Fleet Ion, HKYMUtm IIUWK. W. T. KUHHHLL JKHKMIAM MAHLATT Tor Clorkn of Kh-otlon, W. W.rtANDKIW. J A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1895

E--CTCftjimi'AiJMiuijj)i'JUiiHti azku dvertiser. VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NE1311ASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 8, 1895. NUMBER 19 MWMIMH1 mtirn J at &Xj -i.. i.i. " -" J TV' 0 V Vl unn T V, Local IS-Tews. Harry MeCaudlosH wont to Kansas City Tuesday. Wo will allow our subscribers 20 cents a bushel for corn. llabo Elliott shipped a car of hogs to Kansas City last wenk. Additional local matter may bo found on the fifth pugo. Allie and Harry McCandless return ed from Omaha Monday niht. Frank Artrabright visited his Lin coln friends a few days last wok, Charlie Clark and wifu of White Cloud, Kansas, aro visiting relatives in this city . Miss Pearl Finch, of Brownville, visited Nemaha friends from Monday till Wednesday. We are pleased to see Miss May Gaituer able to bo out again, uftor a seige of scarlet fever. Mrs. A. L. Jarvis, who has been visiting her parents at Wabash, Nebr., returned nome last Sunday. Mias llattie Hoover and sister, Mrs. Buchenuu, drove over to Tarkio, Mo., Saturday, returning Su...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1895

anmnrmmam oonrerftWMMUjprui iwiiiimiiiwUmuui Pim MUST IIAXU. Durrnnt Oonvlototl of Murdor tit Sun Fninoiaco. It Took Mm .Jury Only n I'nw Minutes to D.nldo That Hit Killed lHaueho l.n- inonl Willi Scutum In llin Court Kiioin. KAtf Kuancihco, Nov. 'J. Theodore Durrani, assistant superintendent of Emanuel niiptistohiirchSiiiiduy school, was yesterday convicted of Ihe murder of Hliincho Lainont, for which hu has bcun on trial since .Inly 'i'i last. Tlio jury was oat twonty nilinitu.s ami ar rived at. Ihu verdict on the. first ballot. As there was no recommendation of mercy, the punishment was llxud at dctitli. 'i'ho scone in tlm court room when tliu verdict was aiinoimeed will never bis forgotten by those who worn present. Judge Murphy llnlshed his charge tit :)::(), and the jury at once re tired. Although there was supposed to be little prospect of n verdict being returned before 7 or 8 o'clock in the evening, the throng of spectators who VT. II. T. PlMlllANT. had remained in the over...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1895

MMAMKWVWWVMW.VISMffiMfVEmN wjwwwyjWMMiBnwmwpoyiw , l r 9 h . " PENSIONS. Somo Intorostlng Pointa from tho Couimissionor's Roport. Kenrly 30,000 t'oinloiK-rs Illutl IturtnR tU Year Now I'diilon Clitlum Allowml Amount raid Out to ('liilmiuitH Other Items of Internal. Washington, Oct. 30. Commissioner Willitim L. Loohren, of tho ponslon oflloo, in his annual roport, makers .sev eral pointed suggestions. Under the head of "patriotism and pensions" ho Bays: "Those men who enlisted early and fought tho battles of tho war wore not moved by mercenary considerations, and unless actually disabled did not show tho luisto in applying for pensions manifested by those who enlisted nearer tho close of tho war for largo bounties and did little actual service, and who are now tho noisiest in clamoring for more pen sions. As compared with tho latter class, the old soldiers of tho war liavo been nfodest in preferring claims for pensions." The commissioner says that many disreputable and incompetent me...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1895

"ff " $fVF i:tr.iyt)uiriTMWii'wihlfjjirrinT frirT-rn rinrniTiirriioi rwnur nil iiwrnriTTiirTfnn ii n imiwijiwiii biwimi PBiwMtyjwiMifiim'JU)jiwHbvOT LIND Gc wVi S) SETT Closing Out Sale! "Will Continue but a Short Tim Longer! ICE (IT LOWER T m i Never before in the history of this part of the country was any sale ever attended Our sales far exceeded our most sanguine expectations. In fact, with our increase in our gin to wait on the people, eager to take advantage of our 3rica,t Oa'galia!;. It is life time that an opportunity presents itself to the public to get HIGH GRADE FIRST CLASS wonderful low prices: Our business must be wound up in a very short time, and the bulk sold. To make a dead sure thing of selling them we have made greater reductions all alon but come in at once and take advantage of our CLOSING OUT PRICES. by such great success force we could not be really only once in a MERCHANDISE at such of our goods must be g the line. Dont wait 40 Bolts of LL Sheeting goes at 3!...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1895

Go to Armstrongs Armstrong, So.Auburn,for anything you need in Hardware and Furniture. Stoves a Specially Men mu'iUKwrmrxsmn mwxatMtmx mwiUM.AAMmtwnwm'raiMjuimKMmmamw i,um,Miii.nmuMwitijimm im niMwiiii.a m iww j i' ' !J- ' ' The Nebraska Advertiser I-. If. SJ.YSIKttl, l'ubllihtr. VHSCU1PTION. I f li 1 1 If 1 A FUIDAY. NOV. 8, 185. ILjOCliI News. Again Nemaha electa a straight re publican precinct ticket without the loss of one. Morg Frnzier was down from Au burn Monday. Ho is thinking serious ly of moving back. Immediately after the republican victory came the welcome rain. Ulesa inga art) multiplying. Will Ilawxby has tlio agency for a patent lire lighter. It is a very useful article and Will ia meeting with suc cess . W-AJNTTKJLX TVTAWf To soli C'linaiUnii drown I'riill ivntaMviHen '''h'cn, Horry Plimli, Poses, xuui'mkij . oil Point ops ti' . for i he liirucM 111 tlln coldi st (MltlllUcv. No rviinrliHii'i) in. quired and full troutuicitt Kimruiitci'd. A tij otif not tmrnltix f.W,(...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1895

psiKuttfauuiajiutttimim win Am jasBKixjbmjmvwim THE NEBRASKA-ADYERTISIR W. W. H.SXIHM, l'nhShr. - M.MAHA, Nf.f.KAifCA. V 4- -M- J-- J- 4-f-..j. x a. kj. xjx y 5 NOVEMEER-1895. It l 1 ' t- 3SniL Man 'Toe. WTefl. Tftn. , Fit i "" " i j T . I J 7 8 MJ lHr2()2 t2 V W VIM WORM) AT LA MR Btirnrrmry of tho Dally Uovn. WAHittstn os Norm. Tmk :ommKioMr of im migration, In lihHtintutl rrfKirt covarifitf the lnt fiscal ,VBRr, (tifw total Immigration for tho yaitr riS.r.'J), which 1 Iom than tiny ynr Mncu J7'j. Of tliea ll,ooo vito rmile. Mil. JCi'iu.vh, Uih .lftjHins minUtPr nt WuhIiIukIoii. nillrd upon I'renldniit ''IctoIhiiiI uL Ihn whilft houna on tho Ixt. Hiiil proMinlcil to him n lotlur from ho riiikttdo (xpriNlfi(f hi iippnu'ln t ion of tlio tfojil o(ll''c cxorcUud liy ihn Uiiilod Stutok ifovprmiiRiil to ro Mora pun uu IihIivuou Cliliiu and Japan. This monthly coloutfo Ktfilomont iJinvy tlint tliu colmiifd oxecutnd at Mm (Jul tod Hluto mint dilriiiy tho month of October to huvo bn nn fol...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1895

rcDWftaxmmmranniRai MUMimMCTMIWaMWIWMHII I IW nMinnianiMmiNacWMiimnEmaMiiUH liaannMM wurm mini, IVutug ; ,i i( - . V H M 'li t :i .. i W I f iiiiwii If j if.'." MP y NIERTB I Copyright, 1801, by nnrhi'llor, Johnson A Uuchcllcr. II. The jackal winced, though ho was full three sen sons old, but you cannot re sent an ir.Milt from a person with a heuk a yard long, and the power of driving it like a javelin. The adjutant was a most notorious coward, but the jackal was worse. "We must live before we can learn," fctiid the mugger, "and there is this to say. Little jackals are very common, child, but such a inuggur as I am is not common. For all that I am not proud, since pride is destruction; but take notice, it is fate, and against his fate no one who swims or walks or runs should say anything at all. I am well con tented with fate. With good luck, a keen eye, and the custom of consider ing whether a creek or a backwater lias an outlet to it 'ere you ascend, much may bo done." "Once T hea...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1895

namwmniMiiiJMJUMi'Uii'uJMUimuA .IXiWMIi LPHlUllUlfWUUiIJHUlHmBWWiegWUJMUI- mini 1 X JELJZJ K fWwmmvMiMJWMUWMMMimBtmiMvmuMintuuniuW9iMUJiLni'iMaitmmmm.tMirtmuiMiirit RACKET Sj&,XjJj THIS IS YOUR CHANCE! Read and Act Quickly! The Greatest of all Bargain Sales ever inaugurated. Competition Defied. WE MUST RAISE $5,000. Tliis seems to be quite an amount, hut we expect to raise it in a very short time on account of the re markable low prices we offer you. ZHZOSSTJEST IN THIS GREAT SALE we offer every article in our house, consisting of complete lines of Dry Goods, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, This is no Auction, Bankrupt or Fake Stock, but is composed of New Goods, and as goods as any store in the county carries. Do not get it impressed upon your minds that we are closing out or going to leae. WE ARE HERE TO STAY. We must raise money, and in stead of borrowing and paying big interest, we have decided to cut prices unmercifully, make a rush, and raise...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1895

nUJwmJllulrwfflBlKpprLlc7Ttvo,v vertwer. VOLUME L NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, .FRIDAY, NOV. 15, 1S95. NUMKEJt 19 TV Go toArmstrong&Arm strong, So.Auburn,for ardware and Furnifu d 'J i&tKevM tvn wr tWT iyinMnniMjAmw",wg'CTlanr-T' " (l&y. V Cl'l$' '.. f ' 'p T)U. W. Wf. KEELING, Nemaha City, Nkuuaica. Olllce ilrat door south of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notary : -: Nemaha City, Neb. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In MEATS IIlKhusl prices puld. for liltlcH, lard, tallow giuno, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEHHASKA. B.BellAndrews.Nl.D.Ph.D, Surgeon Specialist, Stella, - Nebraska Operations for Cataract and all opera tions on the eye, Varicocele, Hernia, Hemorrhoids, etc , performed with out chloroform and painless. Pa tients from abroad can obtain boaul and hospital facilities at prices less than in a city, considering skill and sanitary surroundings Parties seeking relief through surgical means will do well to confer with I)r Andrews. Hon. ChuisSiobl Introducing JiOcaL News. Another lino rain fell...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1895

WW HlfWIMJUriWWl IWU UMMMMMWIM ftWBPIC M THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. "W. HANDKKH, l'lilMlntior. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. V4.AXJ.XXj,AXJ.XA4.XJ.J.J..J.J..l.J.J.XJ. f; NOVEMBER 1895. SllIL Moil, TllC, M in 20 27 Tlill, "7 FrL r 8 15 22 29 Sat. 2 3 4 1J 38 25 5 1.2 JO 2G 0 W 23 34 21 28 t J- 24 fHtTtTTTVTTrFFTVvfTTTT'; THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nows. AVAMtlNtSTON NOTl'S. Kkoiihtaiiv .Smith litis sunt, to tho prosldcmt u draft of tho proclamation opi'.niiitf tho Nov. I'orcus lamls ,o bottle 1IH! lit. Tin? president has approved an uiiioiidinont to tho civil mjrvieo rulo.s, which will result In lirinirlnif many postmasters and employes within tho classified service. tlAMKH O. Mattiikwh, colored, re corder of deeds at Washington In Pres ident Cleveland's llrst administration, has heen elected judffu of tho re(!order's court of New Vorlc, which ollico car ries with it powers of a supremo court jude. It is tho highest judicial olllee over held by a man of his race in this country. Sn...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1895

t M i hK i nr Ulf l nil .iw . r .' W.7 &,;. .. r . . . ' . ::i nrw', . i.. r.u m MMM' Ii: lJ), 1i i'.'tT3Jrtr7(r mmftf. m 'I !"( ICopyrtght, 1891, by llr.chellcr, Johnson, & Uachollur. lit. "Anything," said tho mumper, shut ting lils loft eyo again "anything is possible th:it comes out of a bout thrlco the size of Mugger-Ghaut. My villago is not a small one." There was a whistle overhead on the bridge, and the Delhi mall slid across, all the carriages gleaming with light, and the shadows faithfully fol lowing across the river. It clanked away into tho dark again; but tho mugger and the jackal were so well used to it that they never turned their heads. "Is that anything less wonderful than a boat thrice the size of Mugger Ghaut?" asked the bird, looking up. "I saw that built, child. Stone by fitono I saw tho bridge piers rise, and when tho men fell off (they were won drous sure-footed for the most part but when they fell) 1 was read'. After tho ilrst pier was made they never ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1895

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