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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 October 1897

' r h AMKJUCAN RAILROADS. Interesting Figures from the Report of Interstate Commerce Commission. Nrarly ,oo Hallway Ktnplnyon Kilted During YiMir Knilcil .Junr, 30, 1800 ViiHt Kxtcnt f HuhIih'hn Trnnn- netPil by Various I.lni'a. Wamiinotox, Out II. The ninth sta tistical report of the interstate com merce commission for thu year ended June !!0, 18110, gives interesting infor mation concerning thu mileage, equip ment, number of employes, capitaliza tion and valuation, accidents and earn ings and expenses of railways in the United States for the year named. One hundred and fifty-one loads, represent ing HO, 475 miles .of operated mileage, were in the hands of receivers on Juno !!0, ISOd, a decrease of 18 from the pre vious year. The capital stock repre Hented by the railways controlled by receivers wasS"l'-,f)07,(')S)Sand the fund ed debt was SM)l),73a,70U The tbtal railway mileage on June .'10, 18015, was 1S2.770, an increase of 2,110 for the year. Georgia was in the lead with 23.'$ ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 October 1897

gm JU)UU.!i i3UJljTUnuraw KU The Nebraska Advertiser If. W. NJIJmIHtllH rubHihtr. BunsoniPTioN, Sl.nO IMJU YISAK A GREAT DISCOVERY. FRIDAY, OCT, 22, 181)7. jfOBASt. &iwSXi , Newspupor I LlwilUMlML, Jiffi OT can m FImiIImk of KKTPtlmi Tup rl Con In In Iiir C'IiMmI' SiijIiiuh. One of the largest nnd most impoi tnnl finds of pupjri In l.pt hit 1 eu inntle during1 tin-In-1 unit. . lj l.n .,ul 1'. Grcnfell mid A. H. Hunt, of (Jurcn h college, Oxfoid, uoiking on behalf of the KgypUnii exploration fund, t.t JJeluiCHfi, the ancient Ox rrliyneiiH. The site of Hie old town, which is one and one-fourth miles long l. half a mile broad, and IsHituated on the little explored edge of the wentern desert, between Knynn mid MInya, had The mandamus case brought by T. remained almost tintouched ly deai- J. Mafora to compel thu board of edu- (,' ll"1 nntlqiiliy Beckers, and of- cation and faculty of tho stato normal f'rcd to the excavators what ,H in , , . ,. , mi upper Egypt now almost a thing of a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 November 1897

" 'rs-r&ppr - '?,Tr'"","TS,",B."lp,7", V- r t 1 3 ehmsfm dvertker. pfe - VOLUME XLII NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 5, 1897. NUMBER It) ST pr u vCyU A k-.Ta . ) :iK LA- i. ( fc ft Unocal ISTews. Call and see us for job work. Old papers for sale at this olllco. Mrs. Puirbank for flno millinery. JJrinpj us some wood on subscription. Wo want corn and wood on sub erlpitlon . District Court is, in session tit Aus burn. Minor Taylor visited Auburn Wed nosduy. J. W. Taylor came down from Lin coln Tuesday. MIbs Cora Pruzlor wont to Crab Or chard Monday. Harry McCandloss is putting in new scales at the siding. County Commissioner Mclnincb was in town Wednesday. John Mosier is assisting D. A. Mor ton in tho blacksmith shop. There will bo no services held at the Methodist church next Sunday night. Miss Margaret Smith, of Poru,start ed for Texas Monday to spend the winter with a sister. C. P. Pordyce, of Brownvillo, has been assisting in The Advektisbh office for the last week. Jrvin Hadloe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 November 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' -- - YT. W. HANDKUS, l'ulillihor. NEMAHA, NHHRASKA. i i i i n VXXJ.AJLa.AJt.AAAAAXXJUJ.Xj.XJ.XXa.V NOVEMBER J 897. Sun. Mon. Thur.l Frl. Sal. 7 8 12 13 It 2 28 J5 22 29 J8 19 20 27 23 30 24 25 26 TT'fTfTTTTTXTTWfTWTT'; THE WOULD AT LAJtGK. Summary of Iho Dally Nowb. IVASIIINtlTON N)Ti:S. Tnrc next move of tho government toward a final settlement of tho whole bond nided riiilrond question, it is Hiiid, will l)e thuiiiHtitulion of proceed ings itiruiiiHt tlie Central Pacific road. The Central Pacific's debt to tho gov inent niiiount.s to nearly (VJ,000,000 un paid interest and principal. A Wahiiino'io.v dispatch of the 20th atated that the olllccs of tho supromo council of the A. I. A. had been closed on n mortgage deed of trust for S'-JRO. Many of the state councils of tho order had refused to pay their per capita tux, which had left tho supreme council bankrupt. Tim president has appointed James Ijongstroot, of Georgia, commissioner of railroads, and Henry ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 November 1897

'V fr & . WHISKY PRODUCTION Over 24,000,000 Gallons Loss in 1897 Than in tho Previous Yoar. A LABOR TEMPLE FOR CHICAGO. individual MahllltloH to lie Enforced la tlio Caso if n Defunct Denver ll.tnk Chickasaw I.cjjluliiturn Katl- Men tlm Diiwcm Trenty. Washington, Nov. 53. The report of the commissioners of internal revenue for the liseal year ended June !30, 1S07, shows tho total receipts from all sources to have been 140,010,591), a de crease, as compared with the fiscal year, lSOl), of Sail, 022. The important changes In consumption are an In crease of Sl,o!!8,-172 In the receipts from distilled spirits, as compared with 1SD0, and a decrease of practically tho same amount in tho receipts from fer mented liquors. The total cost of col lection for the llscal yoar was $3,8-18,003, a decrease of 2:17,822. Tho total pro duction of distilled spirits, exclusive of fruit brandies, during tho last llscal year was 02,155,5 18 taxable gallons, a decrease in production as compared with lS...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 November 1897

m NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. HANDKUH, l'ubllihtir. NEMAHA. NEHRASKA. A LONG WAYS HOME. "It's a long wnys homo" but I nccm to co her eyes, Like stars, n-twlnkllng twinkling In tho far and friendly skies; Skies that oro only friendly because I think Unit sho Is waiting whero thoy'ro bonding with a wolcomo kiss for mol "It's a long ways hotnol" I say It, nnd I seem To think this life Is nweoter for Just that heavenly drcaml It wns so sweet on earth to live, cro death had tnado us part, But Hweetcr till I meet her till love beats heart to heart I "It's a long wayB homo" yet life Is not so long .As tho music that comes thrilling from tho echo of a song: It And 1'vo only como to think of homo as tkAtpruwl in utlnu lilt tnjjtJHt inu nuiKn Because I miss tho lovc-llght In my dar ling's tender eyes. "It's a long ways homo" but In even the darkest night In which my soul lies dreaming there's still a gleam of light; And It glimmers In tho darkness across tho river's foam And leads mo to my dar...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 November 1897

.s fa m h m ' ( 4. HISTORIC TUCKAIIOE. Ono of tho Boat Prosorvod Coun try Placoa in Virginia. It Wnn Founded MorcThnn Tivo Hun dred Vcnrn Ako by William Ran dolph, Urnndcnt if Vir ginia Gentlemen. Specoal Tuckalioe (Va.) Letter. Two distinct classes of people have leen struggling along in this republic, vainly trying to understand and appre ciate each other. There has always been something of fraternity, but a lack of harmony between the Puritan and the Cavalier. Only when disaster, or devastation, or war threatened, have they come together and fought and worked in perfect unison. On the revo- Iwmk&'mL 19 NS Will IU!Mk ilrSMl. ssiAttiyistw TUCKAIIOE AS IT APPEARS AT PRES ENT. lutionary battlelields, from New Eng land to Georgia, the bones of the Puri tan and the Cavalier lie side by side. It is generally conceded that in Vir ginia we iind the highest type of the Cavalier, while in Massachusetts we iind the highest type of the Puritan. The gentlemen of Virginia are very much alik...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 November 1897

AN ESSAY ON CHICKENS. Of Intoroat to Poultry Koopors unci Bird Lovors. oniciiii jiiii Hula ConcurtilMK ( I'rlncl-IIi-iwhIm iiimI Vnrli'llfN Now IliilMrd in h- t'nllfil SI III ON. Sporlnl WdHhliiKton hotter. Under tin. supervision of Prof. D. H. Salmon, clilcf of the bureau of animal industry, of the department of agri culture, a voluminous bulletin lias been prepared showing tlic standard vari eties of chickens. The collation ami elaboration of the work devolved upon George 12. Howard, secretary of the Na- HI tvV; v RKV j . jii '-ri?S5as "tfc. PLYMOUTH ROCK COCK EREL. iiahhed tloniil Poultry and Pigeon association. iciillenieu of experience In agricultural ufTali'H way that this worlc ih above criticism, and that it covers every va riety of chickens known to the scientific tiludcnts of fanning and its concomi tant, industries. There are 87 standard varieties of chickens; and a numberless variety of promiscuous breeding. There are four general classes of chickens; the Ameri can class...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 November 1897

h A DAY OF THANKS. Provident .Mcltlnlny Jkmkm HIh l'roclntim tlon I)i-lKtiiitliif; N'ovpinlx-r 5!5. Washington', Oct. 30. President Mo Klnley has issued his first Thanksgiv ing dny proclamation, ns follows: In remembrance of God's Koouness to us tlur ItiK tlio past year, which lias been so abundant, "Let us offer unto Him our thanksgiving nml nml pay our vows unto the most high." Undor His watchful providence Industry has pros pered, the conditions of labor havo been lm- i proved, the rewards of tho husbandman havo been Increased and tho comforts of our homes ' multiplied. His mighty hand has preserved , peace nnd protected tho nation. Ucspcct for , law and order havo been strengthened, lovo of free Institutions cherished and all sections of , our beloved country brought Into closer bonds of fraternal regard and generous co-operation. For these great benellts It Is our duty to praise tho Lord In a spirit of humility and gratitude and to offer up to Him our most ear nest supplication...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 November 1897

'iiMiijiimjHMHUWJui1 mm. r.:,'i-l-li'Hiii li iw- xrrKttiiumiuiiLi.uiLBAj.iiji.i KMHUMULLMJunLUMJim nwiiun i , n miuiii j lumMtwrara The Nebraska Advertiser I. If. H.aj'ltmiN I'ubHthtr. -- - SUUSOItll'TION, - 81.50 IMCll YKAK FRIDAY, NOV. fi, 1807. tVSA&i, ?Z?? Miss May .Swan wont to (Jnif Mon day, to visit lior sister, Mrs, Fannie Oathcart. Nebraska elects! Sullivan, tlio fusion candfdato for supremo judo, by a ma jority of about 20,000. Ohio goes republican, ho does Iowa, Pennsylvania and Maryland. New York stato goes democratic. VanWyck, the Tammany candidate was elected mayor of Greater New York by an overwhelming niajoiity. LECTURIC ON Til 10 HOLY LAND U. Grant Houston, U So., will give a lecture at the Methodist chinch in Nemaha on Saturday night, Nov. 1.1th. Subject: "Wandering through Canaan in tlio Footsteps of Jesus. Visions of Cnnaan from Nebo to Jerusalem " Mr. Houston accompanied Hev. T. DoWitt Talmage in oneof his journeys thiouuh Palestine, and was baptized by Dr. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 November 1897

Avtrtim. cz VOLUME XLI1 NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, EllIDAY, NOV. 12, 1897. NUMBER 20 ffe Mebmsh wJ A .Local jSJ"ews. Eggs, 12 cents. Coin, 17 cents. Butter. 15 cents. Hogs, S3 00 per hundred. Cull and see us for job work. Old papers for sale at this office. Mrs. Fairbank for fino millinery. Bring us some wood on subscription. Wo want com and wood on sub Bcripition. It is only two weeks till Thanks-, giving. F. L. Woodward went to St. Joe Tuesday. Aoothor cold rain fell hero Monday afternoon. Fetor Muntz is a new subscriber to this family journal. Fied Seabury is plasleting the Gil" bert bauk this week. Tim morning passenger Uam was over an hour lu.e Monday. J. W. L'ay lor shipped a car load ol wood to Lincoln Tluiiaday. llev. Feter slack, of liiownyillo,wos in town Tuesday and Wednesday. it. V. Muir was down from Brown ville Thursday, looking alter his town lois. Mrs. A L. Jar vis went to Wabash, Neb., last baturday, to visit her par ents. - 'EuMiixwoll ldiiuvuit IiIb (hat oxpe rieuce as a ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 November 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. XV, 8ANOKKH, I'ublltlier. NEMAHA. NI2PRA3KA. VXJ.XXJ.XXJ.J.XXJ.XXXXAJLJ.XJ.4.XJ.M' NOVEMBER 1897. Sun. Mon. Tuo. 2 Wod. Thur. Frl. 8 n 12 26 H 28 16 11 25 23 24 30 TTTi:TT7TTVVH,TTTTTTT' THE WOULD AT LAKGE. Sunimury of tho Dally News. WASHINGTON NOTICS. It wiih reported at Washington on tho 3d that o.-Pre8ldentClevoliiiid had made ii personal request of Mr. Mc Kinley, asking him to lot Associate Justice John C. Tarsnoy, formerly of Kansas City, remain in undisturbed possession of his plaoo as Indian terri tory judge- until tliu expiration of his term. Dn. Siiki.don Jackho.v, general agent of education in Alaska, has returned to Washington. Ho declares that the Htories of great strikes, terrible hard ship and impending starvation have not been exaggerated. (Jold is every where, but the dtflloulty lies in getting it out. Dr. .Jackson wants tho govern ment to sell reindeer to prospectors at a price which will bo cheaper than horses and dogs and too high for s...

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. — 12 November 1897

A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES W. W. 8ANDKIIS, Publisher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA I PIN MY LOVE TO AUTUMN. Poets sing about the Reasons In tho slick est sort of rhymes, An' on the bells of fancy ring a myriad o' chimes, An' cnll upon tho Muses fur to send ln- splrln' thoughts To nerve tho licet Pegasus as along tho course he trots. But I don't do It In that a-wnyj I Jest take up tho pen, An' squat myself fur business sort of easy like, an' when Tho thoughts como softly oozing from tho fountains o' my brain, I start 'cm coursing o'er the sheet an' give 'em easy rein. An that's Just how I'm doln' this calm September day, When the brightness o' tho summer has bo gun to pass away, When the leaves are slowly changln to tl.o richest sort o' brown, Putting off their summer drosses fur tho sober autumn gown, An' tho Hob White pipes Its music In tho woods an' In the fields, An' tho cvor-falthful orchard all Its rich est bounty yields. Other seasons offer beauties worthy of a poet's rhyme, But I pin my l...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 November 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ...,. - - W. W. HANDIilW, I'ubltihcr. M.i.i NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. I a GOOD pot? NOTHING. I Or COUItSE, my reputation preceded me; you've been in my fnthcr'R house six months, my pretty cousin, nml in the three thnt elnpsed before my nrrivnl you must hnve been thor oughly posted ns to the one black sheep of this virtuous family. Don't sny 'No.' An nceurntc knowledge of my relntives nssures mc that they have been as frank on this occasion as on many similar ones in the past. Jack Dangcrfield delivers these re marks in Ills laziest drawl, looking up from Ills place on the hassock at Ethel Mason's feet, in the half-lighted, de serted parlor. They are nil alone to-night, for Mrs. Dangcrfield and her daughters have gone to some ball or reception, whither Cousin Ethel's little cough would not permit her to accompany them. As Jor Jack he never goes to balls or receptions; lie eschews society in gen eral, and that of his family in particu lar. "I haven't heard your sister...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 November 1897

i k SOME CAPITAL STOIUES. When Womon Woro First Em ployed by tho Govornmont. Kcw Story of Tom Ochiltree How n. Good Lawyer Ileeame n I'oor rrcuulior A Theatrleal lleiu- liilHcence. Special Washington Letter. There is u veritable Peter Pindar in tho treasury department, lie is ven erable, with a scant suit of white hair and a luxuriant growth of patriarchal beard. He has a wonderful memory, and can give details of occurrences in a vivid manner. Altogether he is a most charming conversationalist, and a re capitulation of some of the stories told by him will undoubtedly prove interest ing. In the time of President Pierce wom en were first employed in the executive branch of the government. It is gen erally erroneously supposed that Treas urer Spinner, in 1602, first gave employ ment to women. As a matter of fact, during the Pierce administration the general land olllce In the interior de partment was obliged to issue an un usual number of land warrants, and thj work of copying them was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 November 1897

ELECTION RETURNS. Condensed Figures from the Contests in Various Stales. Ilustincll Ho-F.lcotcd (lovoruur of Ohio, but Legislature Close (Inrman Probably llculcn town Republican lln- HiiltH In Other Mates. Comjmiiuh, ()., Nov. 4. Yostenlny was a day of anxiety with the Ohio politicians. It opened with the repub licans und democrats both elui iiiiii tho election of tlieir state tickets and u majority of the members of tho leg islature. Iloforo noon tho democrats conceded the election of tho republic an state ticket by larger pluralities than wore given Tuesday night, as tho claims of the republicans. Last night tho democratic committee announced no definite claims on tho legislature and tho republican state committee raised its claims to a majority of live on joint ballot, as follows: Senate, 17 re publicans, 11) democrats; house, 58 re publicans, 51 democrats; total, 75 re publicans, 70 democrats. On tho re turns at republican state headquarters tho democrats will have a majority of...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 November 1897

I i r jf DURRANT MUST HANG. Supremo Court Overrule Ajipotil for tho Convicted Sim I'niucUco Murilrrer. Washington, Nov. 0. Tho United States supreme court to-day aillrmcd the decision of tho circuit court for California, refusing a writ of habeas corpus to William Henry Thcodoro IWvcS il 4,; fMt' - TllKODor.K DUHHANT. Durrant, iinder sentence of death for tlio murder of lilanche Lnmont in San Francisco in April. 1805. The case has attracted attention throughout tho whole of the United States and to day's decision permits tho law to take its course with the condemned man. Chief Justice Fuller announced tho court's decision but mndu no remarks in doing so, save to cite a few authori ties on which tho court based its d e cision. SOLDIERS' HOMES. Tho Inspector (Jenerul Huh h l'liiu for n Monthly Allotment to Veter.um. Washington, Nov. 0. The annual reports of tho board of managers of tho United States soldiers' homes, soon to be submitted to congress, will show that all tho homes are li...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 November 1897

1 r" k ., d UHUUWJIlllltHXHWIUUlfHIIIMtJlU" "l.imillJ'l ll, 'JB IJJ1JPI U"" -- " The Nebraska Advertiser If. I W.V, I'uliHnhtr. K , v ' v, .. SUHSOItlPTION, SI. 00 I'KK VICAIt ' FRIDAY, NOV. 12, 18W7. BUBLINGTON BOUTE-OAL-IFORN1A EXCURSIONS. Cheap; quick; comfortable. Leave Omaha l:il") p. m., Lincoln 0:10 p.m. and Hastings 8.00 p. in. every Thursday In clean, modern, not crowded tourist sleepers, No transfer ; cars run right through to San Francis co and Los Angeles ovt'r the Scenic Route through Denver and Salt Lake City. Oars are carpeted; upholstered in rattan; have spring seats and backs and aro provided with curtains, beds ding, towels, soap, etc. Uniformed porters and experienced excursion con ductors accompany each excursion, re llovlng passengers of all bother about baggage, pointing out objects of inter cat and In many other ways helping to make the overland trip a delightful ex perience. Second class ticket" aro honored. Berths 5. For folder ulviug full information, call ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 November 1897

ebmslm VOLUME XL11 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. J9, 1897. NUMBER 21 She ffldvertizer. rif 'VIIMS & Local News. 32ggs, 12 cents. Corn, 17 cuits. Butter. 15 cents. l'op bugs lire thick. Hogs, SJJ.no per hundred. The fine weather continues. Call and see us for job work. Only five weoks till Christmus. Next Thursday iB Thanksgiving. Old papers for sale at this ollice. 1 Mrs. Fairbunk for line millinery. Bring us some wood on subscription. Wo want corn and wood on sub scripitiou. Low Mather lias been quite sick for several days. Chub Henderson was up from Shu bert Fiiduy. Fred Seaimry is plastering the post ollice this vek. A little snow Jell here iUonduy the first of ttio season. Mrs, M. 11. Taylor drove out to Au burn Wednesday, roiurning Thursday. Miss Lillio NVneoler visited Auburn last week, letiirning to Nemaha last Satin day Geo. Slillwell, of South Omaha, ib visiting Iiik parents and triends in No malm this week. " Bruce Earlo.- of Chase county, Ne biaska, is veiling Mr. an...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 November 1897

-t- ,- A Vs ' t, .' IV." Iv l I i " II h i P. f THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. SANDEltS, rublliher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. yj.Xxxxxxj.Aj.xxx4.4.4.J....XJLX : NOVEMBER 1897. I . . . Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sal. : : J4 J5 16 17 18 19 20 : ' 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 : ; 28 29 30 it- THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nows. "WASHINGTON NOTES. Gen. Wauk Hash-ton, tho out-going commissioner of railroads, has sub mitted his report for tho past fiscal year to tho interior department. He eays 31 companies, with 5,-ltl miles of road, passed into tho hands of the courts, and 58 others previously placed in receiverships were sold at foreclos ure. A steady improvement, however, in railroad earnings during the first six months of tho current year was noted and the outlook in tho west was very encouraging. Seohetaey Ai.ueh has approved tho estimates for coast defense work sub mitted by Gen. Miles and they will be submitted to Chairman Cannon, of the Iioubo committee on appropriations, some day...

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