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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 December 1897

v r & iL k FIRST WOMAN CITIZEN. Hor Sturdy Lads and Olovor Lassos Bocomo Prominont Oitizons. ICucMi-n nn Hie ""Widow Ilynn" Warn u Clever IIiimIiionh AVumnii Short Sketch of Her Iilfc mill AVIuit Some of Her Children Ac- eumllnhel. From tho News, Indlnnapoll3, Ind. Hundreds of thousands of men of foreign birtli linvc tnken out papers declaring their citizenship in Indiana sinrc that htutc was admitted into the union in ipiu wimuut creating remark or comment, it wnsa (lit ferent matter, however, when nloim in tho forties the first woman of foreign birth ap plied for and received papers of citizenship after declaring in set form that she re nounced all allegiance to every prince or potentate on earth. .... , . , This "first woman citizen was an Iriih widow who settled in southern Indiana with her progeny of sturdy lads and clever lasses upon a farm which she had bought. She had taken out naturalization papers in order to manage her property to better advantage, nnd for the further...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 December 1897

D E1nETMcMttl;l3Matj;fl f'.IIBlii WHUH All HKf (AILS. Heat Oouah Byrun. Tastes Good. Uso in tlmo. Horn ny nniKKimn. It. W. W. KEELING, Nicxa.ua Oitv, NicnitAKA. Office nrat door Boutli of Park hotel. PLASTERER Anno mill AitillK" work n hji;pIiiII. ( tcriiH linllt, I'lipor HiiiikIuk, IvulMOtnlnlHK nml WhltowiM-hUiB lono. l-ow prljes, AM work wnrriuiiiiu. Kerker & Hoover, Dottier In H Indent prlceH pnlil for IiMoh, Innl, Uilow gAiac, rto NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA ,. L. Met Hill, M. ., rti . . PHYSICUH&NDSURGEQH Sl'KOJA ! I-.H: DlHoimoHOf llio Skin, l)l- Woinon ami Clilldruii Will iihwur nit ciiIIh, either day or proii'f nltflil. Ullloo I reHldencc. NEMAHA STOCK FAUMi J. H. SKID, Prop NEMAHA, - NEIIUA8ICA. Iln"lprnnil Hhlppor of Durno Joraoy ' uiil Poland China Hobh Best in, low prices. Farm one mile soulh of Nemaha. Nemaha Cornet Band. Tn tiiiw iiri.itiirnil to lllrillHll UOOO mtlBlC . for entertainments, picuica. memorial service etc. Sat sfactlou guaranteed. Charges reasonable. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 December 1897

P"t inttt-( Jpi VOLUME XLI1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DEC. 10, 1897. NUMBER 24 y Mebr&slw Avtrtmr, he if s t iPlI 1 4. I ) f V 1 . - J ' f IA e: JV. -,! Local 3NTews. Eggs, 15 cents. Butter. 15 cents. Call and sou in for job work. Seo the change in Lowmun's ad. Old papers foi sale at this office. Mrs. Fairbank for fine millinery. I. N. Cooper visited Auburn Mon day. We want corn and wood on sub . scriptlon. Tiie young people were enjoying the , sleighing Sunday. T.B.Skeon, of Auburn, was in town Tuesday and Wednesday. The representative the Stale Jour nal was in town Saturday. Colonel Dalby, of the Shubert Cili zen, gave us a call Mondav. Miss Lulu Cooper has been on the sick list, but is some better. Grandma Gulp went to Auburn Tues day, to visit Mrs. E.'M. Bod. Harry McCandless visited Omaha friends tho latter half of lust week. S. Gilbert intorms us that ho expects to close up his bank hbout tho Urst of February. Levi Johnson's saw mill is apain in operation, alter being idle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 December 1897

MttaWtiuhi THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER TT. W. 8ANDK113, l'ablUher. NEMAHA. NEHRASKA. VAJLXXXJ.XAA.I.A.I.XXXAAAJ.AXXJ.A ' i '. r DECEMBER 1897. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sat. .... y O H: 9 20 2J 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 3 .... :FTri:TVTTTTTrTT:FTTTVl1,TT' THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowa. "WASHINGTON NOTi:s. i'iiK8lii'.NT A1CIM.M.KY huh conveyoo 41... '.. . .. .Knlnt.Wltlll to the Gorman emperor a diplomatic hint that the United Stntcs considers tho Monrou doctrine applicable to llaytl, with which country Germany bns some dispute. Tun unnual report of tbo statistician of tbo department of ngrlculturu was sssuod on the 1st It Is devoted main ly to criticisms of tho cumbrous crop reporting system that Is In use in tho department and to recommendations looking to an Improvement. Skckktakv Oaok. reckons on a deficit of 820,000,000 for tbo llscal year which ends. Jane, lbOS. Tin: secretary of war has granted n medal of honor to Thomas U. Iligglns, of Hannibal, Mo., on conf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 December 1897

-s N .. l If I NATIONAL CU1UIENOY. Comptroller Eckels Gives Interesting Statistics In His Report. IIo Favors Hank Nolo Issue Vrgp " moviil of 1)0 l'er Cent. Limit Gov ernment Currency n Suurco of Weakness. Washington, Dec. 0. The annual re port of Junius II. Eckels, comptroller of the currency, for the ycur ended Oc tober 31, 1807, opens with with a brief review of the history of the legislation which constitutes the present national Tjank act, and invites tho utteution of .TAMKS II. KCKLK8. (Comptroller of tho Currency.) congress to amendments to tho law recommended In former reports with out specifically repeating them. On the subject of bank note circulation, the comptroller says: In tho report of every comptroller of tho cur rency during tho past 20 years tho wisdom of changing tho existing law so thattho banks, nnd through them tho rommunltles in which thev are located, might havo tho additional benefit of an ndded loanable capital has been urged. Desplto all this tho law still...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 December 1897

,knMWMU" THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER m W. W. 8ANDEHS, 1'ublUher. NEMAnA. NEBRASKA. THE FIRST SNOW. Each flako seems a fairy parachute, t From mystic cloudland blown, And earth Is still, and nlr 1b mute. As frosts enchanted zone. Tho shrubs bend down behold tho trees Their flngcry boughs stretch out The blossoms of tho sky to seize, Ab they veer and drive about Tho woodB are black, the hills nro white, And glittering In the sheen, The lake expands a sheet of light Its willowy banks between. ft Thcso fur-robed genii of tho Polo Dance o'er tho mountains white. Chain up tho billows as they roll. And pearl tho caves with light! The sunset comes and eve reveals Her clear skies to tho moon, And o'er hush'd earth a radiance steals More bland than that of noon. Edward Wilbur Mason, In Good Housekeeping. r f i HIS LORDSHIP'S THANKSGIVING. BVClilNTOrl HOSS. Copyright, 18D7. NOW of Thanksgiving, the day or dained by our forefathers, 1 have n story to tell nnd a rnttling good story, too, if you will...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 December 1897

( r Jl By Charles B. Lewis. 7 Copyright, 1S97. "pOMPANlKS D nnd U will be dc- j tachedfromthcrcglincntaud pro ceed westward a distance of Ave or six miles, and then take up positions cov ering the Snicker's Gap road and the Green Cove road. If attacked in force Ihey will support each other and hold out as long as possible. Capt. Har per, by seniority, will have command." So read the general order, and half an hour after receiving tt the two com panies were on the march. The two roads, leading into two gaps, in the mountain, were two miles npart. The object of sending a force was to pre vent' rebel seoutH or guerrillas from coming through the defiles and secur dng information of the movements of the corps on the left wing. It had been known in the Seventh for months that Capt. Harper, of company D, and Capt. White, of com pany G, were bitter enemies. As civilians they had lived 200 miles apart, and perhaps had not heard of each other for years, and it must have been a great surprise ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 December 1897

IF w m i I r, ' i JlTKINIiEY TO CONGRESS. Precedent Sends His Views to tho Flfty Fiftli National Assembly. The CurrniKir nml Other Importnut Qiien tlmiK IHncuol at Length IIIh Atti tude on Mm Cuban (Question Donu-fltlo Affairs. Wabhinqton, Dec. 0. President Mc Kinlcy wont tho following message to Loth Iioiihch of the Mfty-Fifth con gress: To tlio Senate- nnd Houso of Hoprcscntnttvos: It gives mn plcnsuro to extend greeting to tlio Fifty-Fifth congress assembled In regular sos nlon ut tlio sent of govurnment, with inuny of whoso sonntorn nnd representatives I havo liccn nssooluted In tlio legislative service. Their meeting occurs under felicitous condi tions, Justifying slncoro congratulation uiid cnlllng for our grateful acknowledgement to ii beneficent Providence) which hits so signally blosved and prospered us nit iv niitlon. Pence nml good will wllli ult tho nations of tho curth contlniit! unbroken. All Hrellotin Aro Unified. A inntterof gcnulnu satisfaction Ih tlio grow ing feel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 December 1897

M V' b and suitable, to cnnblo tho ultlmnto creation o( a stuta or HtntcA of tho union, which shall cm brace tho hinds within snld Indian territory. Tho commission met much opposition from tho bcKlnnlntf. Tho Indians wero very slow to net nnd thoso in control nmnlfcsttd'n decided disinclination to meet with fnvor the proposi tions submitted to them. A Httlo moro than three years after this organization tho commis sion effected an utrrocment with tho Choctaw nation alone. Tho Chlclmsnws. however, re fused to oKrce to Its terms, and as they have n common Interest with tho Choctaw In tho lands of said nations, tho agreement with tho latter nation could have no effect without tho consent of the former. On April 113, 189", tho commission effected an agreement with both tribes tho Choctaws and Chlcknsaws. ThU agreement, It is understood, has been ratified by the constituted authorities of tho respecttvo tribes or nations, parties thereto, nnd only re quires ratlllcatlon by congress to mal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 December 1897

vm w nrtfw "i -UW1iMW rsw-fcSw! ;SWJS lWi.ifcjMiuWJum v.uiLMunvtmvuiUimMiwffhLuiimvv - U CUHtX WHtHt ALL ILSf (AILS. B )tot Coujn Hrrup. Tiuttcn Uood. Uoo ri In time. Bold br rtniiiHlrtn. T)K. W. W. KEELING, Nl55lAllA OlTV, NKIJuAKA. Office first door south of Park hotel W. W. SANDERS Notary : -1 Public Nenialia City, IV b. PLASTERER Apmo find AKrtllto work n specialty. VA tcriiN htilli, I'npur IIiiiikIiiKi KiiUomlnliiK iwnl. WhltcwiiKhliiK clone. Low prbos, A I work wiimintnil. Kerker & Hoover, Dim I or In :m::e.A-ts Hlliunt prloeM paid for hides, bird, tiulou grtino, nlc NEMAHA PITY, NEBRASKA ,. L. Mel ni 11, MJ)., 1U . . PHYSiCE&H AHD SURGEON Sl'KOIAL'iiKH: DlHoiMcnor tlm Mkln, DIh. onset r Womon and Children Will proinni nswor nil cnllH, oltlior day or iiltftit. Ulllco t rcHldunoe. NEMAHA STOCK FARM J. H. SEID, Prop NEMAHA, - NKIIHABKA. Iirooduraud Slilppor of Dnroc Jersey mid I'oluud China Hogu Boat no, low prices. Farm one milo south of Nemaha. Nemaha Cornet Band. Is n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 December 1897

-fu i,A & VOLUME 8L11 NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, DEC. 17, 1897. NUMBEll 25 4$ &hv ' uli 311 m-uu l h I .Local .News. KggH, 10 I'PMtH. Butter. z cents. Oill and see iw for Job work. Mrs. Fairbank for lino millinery. .las. F nesduy bruin visited Auburn Wed Jim Workman urn red to Shubert Tuesday. ' John Far-urn was up from Barada Japl Suud.i Mrn. 11 .1 Duff apant Sunday with Shuberl friend John Davies, of Brownvllle, was in town Sat-unl'V, Concert u the Saturday njglt. Methodist cburcb Mrs. W W. Keellm? and MIrb Maud Minick visited uurn .Sa'urday. George Lewis, of Shubert, tcok the truin for Havana, Ills., last. Friday. There is almost a wood famine in Nemaha, as then is no wood in town for Bale. Kobt. I io kins started for Alliance Wednesday, where he expects to make his homo. Owen Hall went, to Fredonia, Kas , last week, whers li expects to Bpend the wintei. Ed Worknnn, the new proprietor of the livery htable, moved to Nemaha Wednesday. Mra.Lillie Walsh (formerly Hoover), of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 December 1897

E 1; 4 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. AV. SANPKltH, 1'nblUher. NEMAHA. NEBRA8KA. yXAXX.VJ.AXXXXXXA.4.XJ.XJ.X4.J.J.Xf 3 DECEMBER J897. ; : : : Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sat. . r 1 ? 3 4. t VjLJL-L Alliil : : il i ii ii ii il ii: i1 J9 20 21 22 23 24 25 , 4 26 27 28 2930 31 .... JfrffTTtr j"-rTVT:F(rrir'rlTlrlP THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa. Washington notics. riir.siDK.NT Ecuor.fl and Secretary Palmer issued a special address from "Washington to tho councils of tho American Protective association, Buy ing that It was tho duty of tho associa tion to protest to the president against Attorney General Melvenna's elevation to tho supremo court bench. It as serted Unit tho government depart ments were being Romanized. Tins American Forestry association held its Kith annual meeting at Wash ington on tho 8th. Tho owning of for est areas, it was said, was being rec ognized by various states as an essen tial part of a state forest policy. Tin: amount of not gold on hand in tho...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 December 1897

ih m 'i & I HOMESTEAD ENTBIES. Tho Sonato Passes a Bill to Allow Set tlers a Second Chance. Trylnj- to Shape n l'opulnr Civil Scrvlco I1III Tho Federal Habeas Corpus Law Letter Carriers llonds In- (linn Congress Scheme. Washington, Doc. 14. Mr. Lodge, of Massachusetts, made an effort in the senate to secure an immediate vote upon his immigration bill, which is sub stantially the same measure that was passed by tho Fifty-Fourth congress and vetoed by President Cleveland. Mr. Allen, of Nebraska, objected to an im mediate vote and suggested that tho final vote on tho amendment and tho bill bo taken on Monday, January 17, nt three p. in. This suggestion was accepted by Mr. Lodge, and the order ior a vote at thattimo was made. Mr. Petti grew called up the bill granting to settlers the right to make second homestead entries of 100 acres .and it was passed. Mr. .Butler, of North Carolina, spoke at length upon' amendments ho had offered to tho bill which he had previ ously introduced pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 December 1897

$ K THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i rr. VT. BANDKItB, rublUhr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE SONQ OF THE CORN. Bins ub thy Bontr, O prnlrlol Murmur thy rune, O scat Bend us nfur from thy depths, O star, Thy bencdlcltc. The sound each true heart lovcth, The light that freemen cravo, Shall whisper and gleam, shall murmur and beam, Wherever our corn shall wavo. Ever the songs of the pralrlo Echo among Its leaves: While tho rich light shakes, In shining flakes, From a myriad tossing sheaves. Honored and Joy-crowned labor Hymns from the corn-clad plains, And plenty waits at tho nation's gate, When tho corn o'erbrlms tho wains. Ever Its bright blado mirror Iioams from tho northern Btnr, Till tho tumbling rills, and tho plnc-clad hills, And tho windows of homo atar, Gleam for tho longing wand'rer, In flashes of Joy and pain, From tho burnished leaves whllo his fancy weaves Tho glamor of youth again. Ever tho deep sea's murmur Sounds In an undcrtono Through Its fair demesne, when Its ban ners green By th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 December 1897

Nl lb &s r nrr k t FARMS AND FACTORIES. Both Aro Vitally Intorostod In Hawaiian Annexation. The Iln-irnllnu Sldo of the Great Ial llo QiicMtlon of tho Dny- 13x pnnnlon of I'nclflo Ocean IiitcrcHt. Special Correspondence. The expansion of the market for goods of American production and manufacture is considered by tho Is landers one of the natural sequences of the annexation of the Hawaiian is lands. This was set before tho Manu facturers' club of St. Louis by Lorrln A. Thurston, ex-minister from Hawaii, in the following ianguugc: "I submit to you that no one in this country has a more direct interest in an nexation than the manufacturers. Up to five years ago tho United States de veloped and progressed whiles paying very little attention to its foreign re lations and its foreign commerce. If prosperity and development ore to con tinue, you must find markets beyond the present boundaries of the union for both your agricultural and your man ufactured products. Where are you to fin...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 December 1897

t Tf) f&r? jnt iy Levis o A YOUNG man of 25, haggard hi look mid wcuk on lila feet, Blood in tho open door of u humble cottage just at FiniHct and looked from a gray-haired nmu leaning heavily on his cane to a gray-haired woinun Bitting wearily hi her elialr with an open lllblc on lier knees. He opened IiIh month oh if to ipeak, but no word wiib uttered. They blared at lilni with wide-open eyes, but neither Kpoke. "It i I, Tom Manners don't you know me?" Their lips moved as If they whis pered, but he ( might no sound. "You thought me dead, but I have re turned. On the hill I met u man who told me that Nlnta was lying here in hereollln. Is it bo?" "Comel" replied the woman, as she rose up with her hook in her hands, and walked slowly Into the room in the tear, followed by the lame and feeble nhl man. The young man advanced. In the center of the room he beheld a eoflln. They made way for him, and he looked down at the face of the dead the face of a girl who had died ore she i cach...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 December 1897

m r $ -x A P..URDER FOR REVENUE. KHrangt) Cnnfrsulnn of Miss Dnlllah tt"ale, n Young (llrl nt Wnvcrly, In. Wavkm.y, In., Dec. 0. Delilah Fales hns confessed to her share In the trnplo death of Jerome Kern. Tho man was found dead in a lonely wood on tho 23d of last August and tho young womun now confesses that she fired tho bullets that killed him. When she was a mere child of 1 years, sho charges, the elder Kern betrayed her, and ever after he harassed her with his attentions. More than that, he sought by blackening her reputation, sho states, to keep others from paying court to hor. Twice, before she had become attached to the murdered man's son, she had been in a fair way to become happily married, but as many times had Jerome Kern, sho declares, poisoned her lovers against her. At last, when, by tho Game method, ho sought to prevent his son from marrying her, tho pent-up hatred of years vented Itself in tho commission of the crime. ROBBERS HOLD A CARNIVAL. They Tcrrnrl.n Cltlxtui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 December 1897

MJ'l'Way.'l K WHIM- All MKl fAIIR. Boet Cotuili Syrup. Twites UoxI. lu tltno. fold by tirueaM. ttpj hjubj i rjjji fl I J)lt, V. W. KEELING, NbUAJIA OlTV, NlSllKAKA., QUI co flrnt door soutleof Park Iiotol, Notary : -: Public Nflmnha City, vab. PLASTERER Acme mill AiMtKo work u Hjwelitltv. ('Ih toiiiH Imlli, I'nnor IIiuikIiik, ICiiNntiiluliiu nml WHKowiiMiliiK iluiiu. ' prMim, All work Wiirnuituii, Kerker & Hoover, Denier In II lull's! prices nnltl fnrhliln. lard, Inlln'v gAUIC, !' TFMAHA PITY, NKH11ASKA. PifYSfCiaHilNDSURGEQH SPK.iMAi.iiKH: DlNewiesor t lie Skin, l)ln .. em-o r Women mid Children Will pro. i mwer nil cullH, either dny or nlnht. oillr-tt rcflliliuiRc. NKMAHA STOCK KAMI tT. H. "ilSxD, Prop NHMAIIA, - NKIUtABKA. Unioilorini'l Hhippnr of Duroo Jersey ntiil Poland Clilim Hogs Best no, low prices. Farm ono mile HOlUll llf Nl'llllllllt. fJemaha Cornet Band. Is now prepared lo I'lirnislt good music for entertainments, picnics, innmorial nerviceg, etc. Satisfaction guara...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 December 1897

V 1 ,' dvertim. -V 3X VOLUME XLI1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DEC.' 24, 1897. NUMBER 26 Eh Mebrwshi Xj .re: ,. Local News. Eggs, 16 cents. Butter, 12 cents. Christmas trees tonight. Mora snow Sunday night. Onll and aee us, for job woik. Additional local on last pugo. Mra. Fairbank tor lino millinery. Kobt. Fiost visitod AuburnTueaday. Charley Howe visited Peru last Fri day. The Bchool will linve a vacation next iveek. M. II. Taylor la having a good holi-. day trade. Ed Maxwell made a trip to Auburn ltBt Saturday. , Wally McUechlo, of Shubert, was in town last Friday . We are glad to learn tuat Grandma Skcen is some better. Leslie Woodward ia assisting in the drug atoro Una week. Excellent sleighing, except that the Toada are a little rough in places. Mrs. S. A. Huntington went to Au burn Monday, returning home the next day. Elder A. J. Barnes returned to hlB home at Blauchard, Iowa, Tuesday af ternoon. Farmers living across the river in MiBBOUri are hauling corn toNemaha this week. V....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 December 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDICRH, rablliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. 1VA8UINCJTON NOTKH. ' Tnn bureau of statistics at Washing ton reports that tho exports of domes tic merchandise during November last amounted to S1H,C08,H01, a jfalu of noarly 87,000,000 as compared with No vember, 1800. Tho Imports of mer chandise during1 November aggregated 852,SJ52,!li. A sit.cial to tho Chicago Post from Washington stated that a representa tive of tho Union Pacific reorganiza tion committee said that the Union Pacific would not buy tho Kansas Pa cific at tho price the government wants ,for tho road. A Washington special to tho New York Commercial Advertiser said that if the Hawaiian annexation treaty failed in tho senate there was u plan on foot to secure tho islands by paying 81, 000,000, tho amount of the Hawaiian debt. Thk National Hoard of Trade, in ses sion at Washington, adopted resolu tions favoring tho passage of an anti Bcalpcrs' ticket br...

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