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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1895

m mi am tn r imniiiiiiirii iiimniniriiir mi iinir rT't?HrrUgriCrrLllmrjarjTUtJJUlW 1 llll" H ftrlV lindsey a, co.' Closing Out jiiijwunimmaniu i muiwiiii i ffi Sale! Will Continue but a Short Time Longer! PRICES CUT LOWER THAN EVER! :rx 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 our increase in our force we couldfnot be gin to wait on the people, eager to take advantage of our GrirovLt 13a.igaiiisi. 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 32c I lo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1895

MOmnwimmwim iwwwwmiwwiii n'u mwrummm IHOWWWWW I AAVKUL EXPLOSION. Boilers In tho Detroit Journal Ofllco Blow Up. Tho Unllitlng Wrecked mill Score nf l'or fiunn Hurled Henna! Ii Hid Kulus Thirty three llcail Codies Ill-covered Many Other Injured. Dkthoit, Mich., Nov. (i. About 9 o'clock yesterday morning the city was (.'itaLlud by a fearful explosion, which ioolc placo in the basement of the Journal building, a five-story structure at tho corner of Lurried and .Shelby streets, occupied by u number of bitsi iickh Onus in addition to the Journal newspaper company. Plate glass windows across tho street and some of tlioHe fariher away were shattered by tho concussion and several persons wore cut by falling glass. At the name instant tho live floors and the roof of that section of the building coilapscd and fell to tho basement car rying with it at least llfty por.snns.wlio had not the slightest warning of their dimmer. Tho cloud of dust which blinded tlio oyes of tho amazed specta tors o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1895

- - a' HIS "WOftK FINISHED. Buddon Death of Eucrono Fiold at Chicago. Tho Wrll Known Toot. Story Writer nnd r't)t.imiiL'l' Mmi Dion of llonrt Trouble A llrlllliiut Citrour 1'roitm- turcly Closed. Chicago, Nov. B. Eugene Field, poet, story writer nnd newspaper limn, whosu works were read nnd admired in all parts of this country, died In bed in his home at liuumi Park, n sub urb of this eity, about 5 o'clock yes terday luorninjr from heart disease. Mr. Field had been suiroriiitf for sev eral days from a severe cold and yester day had been obliged to cancel an en gagement for a public reading at Kan bas City to night, No serious results of his indisposition had even been thought of by his family and immedi ate friends. Last night Mr. Field retired, after an evening with his family, feeling ap parently better than for a long time, lie is supposod to have slept soundly until daybreak when his bon, who oc cupied the room with him, heard him groan. The young man put out hh hand and found t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1895

fmaawir,w,Myi''''ry?;rtwyrirvTny'A'u"'MTTrrt-vi mimHfA9Jtfiwmmmmmiiiit0miimA-, .,,,,., ..rriin-wr " -"vwrnr-v-.itri rwm --MvWI-jr.' r U " yi., int'Kin qgmfKTmrri. BPW MtHftk WflQ .-!". m I.A H nHflk m wfw m k iVXii,1! 3BB2Z5$p I E Id Kftlta SS. E5MQ pO CS23E2a rjj TOr 11 icrwjlf jut mttmt' i -T TrTWJTr'' I'M!- wit'.wrwT,xvt irmwmjwta rirr jurnrrtKtvilV)j:mttiw!HiJUuevtwivviTwmtrei Grocery Department llianlware and Tinware Arbuckles Coffee " nn 1 Lion Coffee m hilGE ft Mokaska Coffee flu utu 20lbs Fine Granulated bugar for $1 22lbs Light "C" Sugar Yor $1.00 5 gallons Best Coal uil lor 50 cents. Lenox Soup, 8 bars for 25 cents Itlce, broken, pounds lor 25 cents liice, choice, 0 pounds for 25 cents Boiled Oats, 12 pounds for 25 cents Sodu CraekerH, 0 pounds for 25 cents Boiled o.ita, package, Quail brand, 7 cents Baking Powder, pound cans, good, J) cents K G Making Powder, 25 ounce cans, 10 cents Flake Hominy, 8 pounds for 25 cents Ilaisins, choico, 7 pounds tor i5 cents PruiiuH, 7 pou...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1895

ADVERTISER PLEMENT FKIDAY, ISTOT. 15, 1895. W Abstract of the Vote of Nemaha County At the General Election held Nov. 5th, 1895. Names of Candidates. o I en .' S a 2 d, S 0:3-i 2 so jja oj c . is J o fl o e K'" " z, o S i i E. o a s c,5 CC.Q p c o - s .3o 2 -3 mi P O ?. ciIh gt ci to w P5 y, tit P5 K H For Judnc of Supremo Court Tliuotliy J. Mnhoncy Samuel Maxwell -'V.h NottiiI - - . Chnrlc.'J Phelps A. O. Wollcnburgcr For lictrentH John II. Ames - Wo(xlou S. Ashby James II. Hovston AllrodT IMiickliurn Josiah J. Uryant. II. Ij. floold KoDcrt Kittlo -0. II. Morrill Klin W. I'oattio Anna H. Wuodhcv f Forjudges of District Court .Inmcs K. Hush -Kdwnrd Falloon Charles I). I.etton John S. Stnll For Cleik of District Court H. Ij Caldwell Albert D. Oilmoro For Conntv Clerk I). N, llurress II. li I'eery For Comity Treasurer A. M. Knelcs T. W. Kusticc For County Judge "eorijo Fnblinccr II. A. Lambert For County Sheriff H. 1. Glascow William Watson, Jr. For County Surveyor Julius Gilbort Jame...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1895

The Nebraska Advertiser A llEMAHKADLti ANNOUNCE MENT. A brief paragraph can hnrdly do jus tlco to the interesting announcements wliich Tho Youtli'a Companion makes for the coming year. Not only will some of the most delightful story writ era contribute to tlio paper, but many of the most eminent statesmen, jurists and scientists of the world. No fewer flian tlireo cabinet ministers aio an nounced, among them being the secre tary of Agricultuie, who clioso for a subject "Arbor Day." tne celebration of which he originated; Secretary Herbert writes on "What the President of the United States Does," and Secro tary Hoke Smith on "Our Indians". In a fascinating group of articles mi der the head of "How I Served my Appientieeship." Frank It. Stockton tells how lie became an author, Geners id Nelson A. Miles gives reminiscences of his army days, and Andrew Carne gie recalls his earliest struggles in get ting a business footing. The Publishers of The Youth's Com panion make the following lib...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1895

! 'V n nJi-nuwjtmMmkmijuwwra " uimwMiMiwnOTiOTm. thmnhi Mdverther. VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 22, 1895. NJJMBEK 21. zr P W.r FA ift TQH. W. W. KEELING, Nemaha City, Neueaka. Olllce flrst door south of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notary ! - Public Nemaha City, Nob. - Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In HlKliest prices paid. for IiIiIoh, lard, tnilow game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA, B.BellAndrewsJ.D.Ph.D, Surgeon Specialist, , Stella, - Nobraska Operations for Cataract and all opera tions on the eje, Vericocole, Hernin, Hemorrhoids, etc , performed wit lis out chloroform and painless. Pa tients from abroad can obtain boaid and hospital facilities at prices less thun in a city, considering skill and sanitary surroundings Parties Keeking relief through surgical means will do well to confer with Dr. Andrews. Hon. Chris mgel Inlrnduolng .. Jiri .'l-' ' ' Tf.Vji.-J Cooper the rustling Liveryman of N KM AHA. Iipuvo your onlerB rnr h I en in, hnck or driiy, ntul :. Wic do the Rest. '...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1895

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. HAN1i:itM, riihllflhur. NHMAIIA, - - NI3IUIASKA. THE WOULD AT LAIIG& Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Uxnr.it tliu abandoned military resur vtittoii net, tlio win department has turned over to tlio interior lopuitiuMt, for tliHpositlon, tlio Kort llufnrd roser vutioii, North Diilcotii, -1 10,000 actus; also tliu !''ort Hancock, 'IVv. W ncrcs, mid tliu reserved portions of Cut island, Mississippi sound, Miss., Horn inland, In tlio same Hound; I'otit Hois island, in tlio Hiuiiu sound, iind nil f Hound island, in Jackson county, Miss. A claim for Soo.ooo nirainst the Spanish goviM-iiinont was to bo filed in Washington in behalf of John Iteplcn, nil Italian by birth but ti naturalized American eltion, who was the pro priutor of the Rome Grand Continental hotel in Havana. Iteplco claims that one night In tho summer he and his family wero driven from the hotel by Spanish soldiers and it was confiscated on the grounds that ho was a sympa thiz...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1895

MU.it ffrrrccBMMw ; -i t I V IV It' .1116' '' ' Wlfc !; 7 mm I 1-h MlMr ffiMNMHilP 111 ritwwBiwimwiWtes .1.1 i i iiivjufwi TLAtr. iy"a .1 lit - . t n . Copyright. 1E01, by Ilachcllor, Johnson, & Uachollcr 1 IV. "Not before the fifth shot." said f ho mugger, us though ho had nevor drunmed of stunning one of his listen ers "uot before tho fifth bhot did I sink, nnd I rose in time to hear u thief of a boatman telling all those white women that I was most certainly dead. One bullet had gone under a neck plate of mine. I know not If it is thero still, for the reason I cannot turn my head. Look and sec, child. It will show my tale is true." "I?" said the jackal. "Shall an eater of old shoes, a, bone-cracker, presume to doubt the word of the Envy of tho IliverV May my tail be bitten on by blind puppies if tho shadow of such a thought have crossed 1113' humble mind. Tho Protector of the Poor has con descended to inform me, his slave, that once in his life ho has been wounded Ijy u woman...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1895

fAiV.MiiwnWaMiwwiW'nwMNWSiiili'''WW'a'iii'wi,ir' imM.i ilhawih na r m"wtrwy mrrmnntr .ii "WiM1 wnrwmyt'.r'iynWBWWOTi iuiuf;vflrofrawTaTVauiMiNw'Hr.w,iU!rTT;Trtf Clo Out K i i JljL t i iy Will Continu but a Short Tim Longer! mu-jgrummimtsymnBasatagmtBaaBm ""aESte- 00 w 87 J I Wrf EH P3 1 w 81 ffl& M v IL HH L IJ9 i Jtea ppJ wfij RH $3? xP fmsumw 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 our increase in our force we could not be gin to wait on the people, eager to take advantage of our Great Bin-gainsc. It is really only once in a life time that an opportunity presents itself to the public to get HI3H 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 w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1895

If ' GoioArmsirong&Arm The Nebraska Advertiser anything you need in i ' I -I k $1 1 A. J ii H m I u -1 .) N T 4 . If-. .ff.VS'iN rubUihtr. SUHSOlllPTION. 51.50 PKIl YEA It Fill DAY. NOV. 22. 1S95. County Commissioners. Olllelul I'rorat'iliiiKH of Tlml II nit) nt Tiller I j. ml .UcntlllB. The boatil of county commissioner; of Nemaha county met nersmuit to ad jounimont Nov. tl, 1805. Members present: J.I. Dressier, Louis llastuin, V. M. Davis, coinmissionerrt, utul J. M. Uuriess, county clerk, when the foN lowing business was hail and done to wit: The county treasurer la hereby in structed to receive taxes on the aw'.j, hw, section 2, town 5 range li), on a valuation of $200 Instead of $400 as charged by the assessor. Lot l, block 41, Nomiiha City, was sold for delinquent taxes for the years 1887 to lS04,forS0.28. 'Che treasurer is hereby instructed totecoive tho taxes on a part of the no4, seJ4 section 83, town 5, range 15 50-100 acres, on a valuation of 8 in stead of $200, as ch...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1895

cfc II UN w I n t or rlotliuH th earth In white, When coldest winds tuo blowing. Winn shortlist day lirliiKH loliKost lllltllt, When Icy streams aro UovvIiik riicri In thi' shelter of tlio homo We know tlm Joy of living, And In tin' cheerful lliesldo ;lovv Kind cause, for truo ttiutilt MKlvifir;. When sprltiK returns with svveottiBt breath, When birds u rr jcnyly sltntlng, When llft prevails where onco wan death, Kellef mid nladncPM IuImkIhk Then In the lcalltiK 'f the treus, In verdure new ami tender, We see tin- work of Providence, Anil heal ty priilse wo render. When Niitiiiiinr'ii dtoiimyfllays aro ours, And In the vali-H and iiiinititalnii We view the heauty of the lloworrf, The cleainliiK of the fountains Then from the Klory ofthohlllH, From splendors wide iilioundltiK, From all things wiinn anil bright and fair A call of pralMo Is Hounding. 15ut ehlelly when the auliiinii coniOH, With all ItH weight of treasure, And rich reward of care and toll lleatowH In ftillcHt mensiirt A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1895

Sir I' H 3 w fc I Er ! .1 j IS ' . P, 7, If'T TO GAIN WEIGHT. Palo, Thin Pooplo Usually Aro DisoasocL Tho rirnt TlilnR NccPHRiirjr to Until rleth Is Health, Then Proper 1'immI for Itoth Hotly ami Xcru om fAf Journal. Ktrktvtllt, Mo. Henry Ochrko Is a thrifty ami prosperous German Farmer living four miles south of Bullion, In thin (Adair) county, Mo. Mr. Gehrlco has a vuluublo farm ami ho has boon a resident of tho county for years. He is very well known hereabouts ami well re spected wherever ho is known. Last week a reporter of tho Journal stopped at Mr. Gohrko's and whllo thcro becamo much in terested in Mrs. Gohrko's account of tho benefit sho had not loitgBinco experienced from tho uso of Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Palo People. Slio said she wanted every body to know what, a great medicine these pills aro, but as so many people are praising them now-a-da,w, sho modently doubtec whether her testimony cotdd add unythiiif to what others hud already said of them Her only reason for...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1895

TVllwiaitiTywv'iu?w;iW)TJiiili.wiiMi1wj'''w'i)WiiMiii'nrnTTr ytrrrrnvrr rTCmraajTTrawifgawrn'rywfgOTM 1 i i C t H Cl t P LI h ti fit tflj OJt 1)1 thl JUllfc The Nebraska Advertiser . u: .;.vwv, rubiiihtr. FRIDAY. NOV. '22, I80fi. 1HB TOLEDO WEEKLY BLADE ANI, UAMPAIGNOF1890. With ugiout I'lesldcntial campuigi t'oining next year, every t liftnlii fn citizen will need, IiivsIiIuh IiIh local p per, a great national weekly. Tlio UiciUcist ami most widely known m these Is tin; Toledo Weekly Hindi Kor thirty yens It lias hcon a regul " visit-ir in every pint of the Union, an is well known at almost ovcry one o the 70.000 postolliecs in the counin it h eilited with rofcioneo to u nation al circulation. I L is it Republican pa per, hut men of all politics take it, lie cau of ilH honesty ami fairness in the discussion of nil pnMic iiueHtioiH. It is the lavoilto family paper, with some thing (or every member of the house hold. Msrii'l stories, poetry, wit and humor; the Household department (b...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1895

h !&H'2jLiV3twviMMamxrtti :arayimnumTjiJtrtuwi,'gimvi-m"' " M;uiku.tiijjujwjiJiimaiiiiiitmiwimwiLw.icftf mimujjw.m mjim iujjjiiih S!?f',l'aL'tll"-jig'JCTytnftxaw. ebmshu fatrtim. I VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 29, 1895. NUMHER 22 WaTVw &JU .' I" ft' f A T)ll. W. W. KEELING, Nl5.UA.UA ClTY, NUIUtAlCA.. Office firat door south of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nemaha City, Nob. Kcrker & Hoover, Denier In MEATS Holiest prices imlil.for hides, lard, tallow CAinu, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. B.BellAndrews.M.D.Ph.D, Local 3NJ"ews. Less than four weeks till Christmas. Louis Lemon moved to Harada this week . The hcIiooIh had day and Friday. a vacation Thurs- John W. Shubert lias moved on his father's farm, neat Shubert. We are needing wood. Let our dos linquont subscribers lake notice. The passenger tram from the north was two hours late Wednesday. Surgeon Specialist, Stella. Nebraska Operations for Cataract and all opera tions on the e)e, Varicocele, Il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1895

k i t I V ; (CTWVWfWWIWBWWWWl CARLISLE'S SPEECH. Tho SniM-ottiry or tho Troiisury tho Orator fit a Now York Banquet. aioSftjrt Legal 'lender .intes Am 11 Trnilhln, unit Jliirli itf Our rlniiuohil Dlsturh.iniii 1-j Ontned hy tint tlnrortiiiiil v f tint I'nllcles of rolltlcal 1'iirllei. Nmv Yohk, Nov. 20.-The I27th an wiusil banquet of tli(! chamber of com 3IUTCU of the stale of Now York was held tit Delmonioo's lust evening. Tim .yearly dinner of tills organization in unions the. most important events of h metropolis. Utterances that have moved Hid policy of tho government liavo, boo.: matin on thosu occa sions. It was soinowlml after '.) o'clock when President Orr, in a brief speech, introduced Secretary Carlisle, who apokc on "Our Currency System." I bavti hut littlo to siiy tills ooii1iik. ami will CiVio liul little tliiiu to sav II. Two eurs ilo. utvuur annual baiiiiuet, I said Unit tin- dispo sition uuil ahllltv of tho Kovi'riiiiiL'iil to inula 1.1 In It on u credit ttt tho high...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1895

i u 4 ' An Enigmatical Mil of lnro, For n (lltincr served on tho Dining Cnri o( tho Chiwipo, Milwaukee) & St. Puul Hull wny, will bo sent to nny ndihvsa on receipt of tv two cent postage sUtmp. Apply to Geo. II. IleutTord, General I'ussenger Agent, Old Colony Building, Chicago, 111. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement nnd tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. Tho many, who livo bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting tho world's best products to tho needs of physical being, will attest tho valuo to health of tho puro liquid laxativo principles embraced hi tho remedy, Svrup of Figs. Its excellence is duo to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to tho taste, tho refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and levers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with tho approva...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1895

iimuii)iLi"iwow'iJin.i.JAit,-U I1'1 F'.J'meJ' wniMiiiiiuaiBHiiiwijwiir.sgai'wiBMjwuwuiiwwi w mniiwww,iyi.mnii t.rmjrgagnri'auCPrWMtaitgJKitXMcrn--g?KarTXlljiaJi-6 Go to Armstrong&Arm1 strong, So.Auburn, for' anything you need in 'Hardware and Furniture. Stoves a Specialty 'juiijwu iwwmww uii' hjiiiii iniiliiiim The Nebraska Advertiser u: ii. .i.vkh.s rK(iic ! TMKCOHN IMtOHLKM. Ht. I.oiiIm (I lobe-Democrat. Tho western funnels are confronted .Si'iwmtiP'iuiN St 50 I'KK YKAIt FUIDAY. NOV. aw, IMS. Ureeluy, Colontilo, whs moved by an euith(Uiile Monday afternoon. 'o (litinao wan done. Ten thoiisainl 'eal voters in N.w Yoik City failed to mark their hallola correctly, and thoy wero disfranchised on this account. Now Kansas lias a wonder f'll liealer, who in per forming all the miraculous cures that .Schlatter, the Denver man did, and more too. ICugnuu V. Dobs, tlio lender of the Kieat railroad strike, who was recently released, says that under no ciiuuui stances will ho ever auain le...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1895

I i ju - jiirnifiwy V8yii ) The Nebraska Advertiser I. . H1.'IHltS rulHhtr. FRIDAY. NOV. 20, 1803. County Cuininissiouors. Olllclul I'rorui-.Unm f 'l'l" lto,, l T,,,,r li.lHt .MretlMSi 'L'o t,ho" liourd of County Commis sioners, Notnnha county, Nebraska: The board la Iieroliy called to meet in special session Nov. 18th, 181)5, at 1U o'clock a. in., lor the- purpose ot considering some bridge niulieis that claim the attention ot tno uoaid. Uy older of .Job,. L. Dressier, cliairtnaii. Attest! -J- I. DUHShl.KU, J. M. liuimiwa, Chairman. County Clerk. The board of county commissioners met Nov. 18lli, Iblij, pursuant to call ot chairman ot boatd. Member, pres ent: ,1 . 1. Drossier, Louis liastian, W. M. Davis, commissioners, and ,1 . M. JJurress, c-unty clerk; when the fol lowing business was had and done to wit: Tho reoinding ol the bridge con tract ot tl L. Waul & Co. was duly considered, and being fully adTised in the matter the board deciduci to stand by their record of Nov. 8th,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1895

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. HANDKKH, I'ulillsticr. NEMAHA, - - 2U2HIIASKA. TIIU WORM) AT LAJKJB. Summary of tho Daily Nowa. WASHINGTON NOTKS. FnANfisll. Il.iicii.tho now IliiwjiUan minister, tho authorities say, does not fro to Washington to lisle for a pro tootorato. This statement was made to refute a well defined rumor. Mr. Hatch will uso his host endeavors to liritiK" tho annexation iii!stion before tho next congress anil hiirh ollloiols ntato that nothing else will satisfy tho Hawaiian ffovornmeiit. (!ovi:itNMi:Nr ollleials have oinphatlo nllv denied that there was any truth in tho staliMiionts that the stiitedepurt moat had decided that ex-Consul Wal ler hud no case or that the department finds that his trial was fair and holds that the United States has no substan tial grounds on which to base a demand for Indemnity. Tin: general assembly Knights of La bor, which has been in session at Wash ington, adjourned to moot at Roches ter, N. V., In IS'.m Tun president has ordered...

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