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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 May 1898

V fsfl iisri v wimtmu Mi mMfc ' INE5. AM old and I am weary, and my marching days n r n'fr. can hear the misty river, breaking on Its ghostly alinro! At the window, with my crutches, as the daylight fades away, I sit and watch the shadows 'neath the hoary maples play; It Is then I hear the music of a bugle loud and shrill, And the long roll In the twilight seems to come from yonder hill; But awake or dreaming ever I can sec the old blue lines, And again the army marches marches underneath the pines. With a tread that echoes ever In the vet eran's heart to-day, Marches still that grand old army, 'mong the trees so far away: And I see Its banners floating proudly gainst the azure sky, Just as though beneath my window It to day were passing by; I can recognize the comrades touching el bows as of yore, With a beautiful devotion that will live forever more; And the sun In cloudless heavens upon blade and bay'net shines, And the breezes stir tho pennons of tho army In the pines. Sitting h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 May 1898

TROOPS FOR JHfiWKY. Trouble Gutting Transports Causes Delay in the Manila Expedition. Klilp Hearty for Invading; Cuba-Army Will Ho Tut on Hoard tlio Transport iih Hooii iin Nmvn About till) KllloU 1 1 IIH III IteCldvCll. Wahiunoton, May til. Much com ment and some criticism have boon caused by the delay hi forwarding droops to the I'hilippiiiu islands to sup port Admiral Duwcy. lloth tho com ment iLtid tho criticism had their .irigin in tin desire of tho people that the fruits of Dewey's victory at Ma nila .should not he endangered hy any laaU of assistance from tlie navy or war department. It Ih known now that troops would have heeu sent to Manila before this had it been possi ble for tlie wur denartment to secure transports on tho Pacific coast. The utmost, diflleulty is being experienced toy the department in obtaining such transports. The coastwise trade on the Pacille is not largo as compared with that on the Atlantic, and a ma jority of the vessels engaged in the trade are of ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 May 1898

I ,1 vi -," Vi ? ,',1 V- w ' w n.:i r& A 4 A SCHOOL GIRL'S BATTLE. From tho Mall, Milford,' Intl. Mian Kmma Hvbolt, n tnepossessingfcchooi cirl of Milfohl, Intl., is of more thnn usual intelligence, and is ambitious to rise in the literary world. . . "In the fall of 1S90," said Mrs. Kybolt, "Kmma was taken ill. She was n elose stu dent ami her work began to tell on her. She grew weak, pale and nervous, ond com plained of pains in her back, chest and limbs. A few weeks passed and she grew worse. The doctor said she was a victim of ner vous prostration, and should have been taken from school weeks earlier. She gradu ally grew worse, her nerves were so tense tint the least noise irritated her and she liiitl a fever and a continual twitching in her muscles. The symptoms were much like St. Vitus' dance. "A year passed, and, u n d c r a change of physicia n s, Emma b c came some what better but soon was as b a tl as ever. One day I read of a case simi lar to hen which w a w Htr nattle...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 May 1898

- i imww ,iitimai'jiiBrwiwwwiwiMiiu.iiM F5f!S33ftS W5 . PWHflOirtLSt FAItS. 2 bjj wst Con nh Syrup. Toulon (IoimI. Um P )U. VV. W. KEELING, ISkmaua City, Niciihaka. OHlco first door south of Park hotel W. W. SAWDERS, Notary : - : Public Neinahn City, Nob PLASTERER Acmu mill Auatltn work u Hpi-oliilty. CIr. torim Imllt. I'npor Ilnnt;liiu, JCiilHoinlnlnir mill WhltowfiRtiUK ilono. Low prison, All work witrriitituit. Kerker & Hoover, Dculor In MEATS 1IIIiohL priced imUl for lildoH, ln.nl, tallow RAIIIO, IllO' NEMAHA. OJLTY, NEBRASKA. J. L, MELVIN, M. L I'll. ., SPKOIAL'IIKH: DlKcnucnor tho Hkln, I)Ih oiiHi't o) Wutnun tinil Ulillilron Will pronmtlv fumwor nil cullH, cllliur tiny or uliftit. Ofllco fit rcNlUoncu. FnuilcBlceon kcopn liunim unit mid lino, llntulmiulo Koodc, n llrst cIiihh lino. llnrnoHH niacin Willi euro mid ttklll, And other linen Unit till the hill. CollarH, indn uml rohen ttie bout, Whips that Ntnnd HOTorrHl tt. OIIh iind hnrdwiiro, prlcoH fair, Anil beat of work o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 October 1898

M " S. x- T V ' j' r -, t? t VOLUME XL111 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. 21, 1898. .NUMBER 17 bc F jr wt? 1 t 2L&vtrihm Efa ? V ft tt fc. I j -f rv l Local ISTo-ws Nemaha now has n ferry- Decidedly wintorlah tlil wcok. Dewey lints at Mrs. Falrbfink's. Old papers for sale at this office. IJr. J. L. Mel via has not returned from O.nnlm. John Crothor started for tho Omaha opposition Tuesday. Mias Cora Frazlor wont to FallB City "Wednesday evouing. Tho overBhoo and rubber trade baa been brisk this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred MyerB wero Au burn visitors Thursday. Bemember tho speaking at tho opera house next Wednesday night. Snowdon & Son shipped a car load of apples to Grand Island Monday. G. N. TititB wont to Nebraska City Tuesday attornoon, returning Wednes day. There wero no services at tho Moth odist churcn Sunday night, on account of tho storm. Nearly two inches of moisture fell during the storm of Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. FOll SALE One of tho best resi dences in Nemaha. App...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 October 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IT. W, 8ANUEKH, Fublliher. NKMAIIA, N13IiRASKi. TEE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Hows, 1VASIIINHTON' NOTICS. Gnjf. Okaham wiih before tho com inlsHlon Investigating tho conduct of Ihn win- on tho 12th. Ho thought tho closeness ol tho touts to ono miotliui ; at Camp much of with the Mirer was resnonslblo for I the sickness there, together want of water for bathing There were no luck of medi purposes, cal supplies, but some of tho medical attendants were Inofllclont. Qen. Gra ham also testified to temporary short ages of hospital linen, ice and other supplies. Tun navy department made public tho Undines and sentenco of tho court- martial in the caso of Chaplain Alcln-j. tvro on tho lfith. Tho accused was declared guilty and bcntcnccd to bo dismissed from tho naval servico of tho United States. Tho caso will un dergo review by tho department Muh. HmcitMAN, wife of former Sec retary of State John Sherman, suffered a stroke of paralysis on tho 13th at her ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 October 1898

r N v- -H r 1 i i i? 5 I 'i l- .l PEACE COMMISSION. Spain Still Trying to Saddle the Cuban Debt on America. JUDGE DAY'S EMPHATIC ASSERTION. XIo Declared tho United State Will Neither Aiiuinn Nor Utmrnnteo Any l'nrt nf the Debt No Sovcrolcnty Over Cub.i. "Washington, Oct, 18. Tho peace commissioners have not yet reached tho subject of the Philippines, but aro still engaged, not exactly with the Cuban debt, but rather in an effort on tho one side to yet that subject before tho joint commission, and on tho other to exclude it entirely as not proper for discussion. Without doubt the friction between tho two sides has be come more pronounced within tho past few days, but this is attributed to mistaken ideas existing on tho part of tho Spanish public men regarding tho sentiment in the United States and tho probablo re sults of varying political struggles here. Under these enormous impres sions the Spanish commissioners havo persisted beyond what were believed to bo their powers of endurau...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 October 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i m W. Vf. BANDKK8, F0bitar. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. WHEN CURFEW RINGS. When curfew rlncs there comes a volco From out tho clouds of heaven, In tones of lovlntr enro and polso, At the closing hour of even; Tho laborer has filled his hourn Of toll In numbers well, A call to rest for wearied powers, When tho watchman cries: "AJl'a well." But Is all well? Do old nnd young Welcome, tho curfew chime, That calls to rest with ready tongue, In Joy and nenco sublime, When a rising generation drcamn Of bcnellts to come, And tho lamp of hopo casts brightening beams On tho sanctity of homo? An hour when dally strifes arc o'er, When may bo laid aside Tho thoughts of troubled hearts and sore. Whero faith and hopo abide, In patlonco waiting for tho tlmo When tho hand of Clod may bring A solace with tho overling chime, When tho bells for curfew ring. Tho futurot Ah, how bright It looUu When young blood freely flows In public Htreams or quiet nooks, Of mingled Joys and woes, As par...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 October 1898

w V v- V- i I & X 7 Hn CO. P ENTEftPKISE." The First American Newspaper Printed in Cuba. It XVnn the Work of Seven Mtchltrnu Volunteer Sulillura In Gun. Slinft- t'r'd Victorious Atr-iuy Hovf It Vn Done. Special Correspondence. When President McKinley sent out Lis first call for volunteers to help suppress Spanish misrule in Cuba unci to conquer the haughty dons, Michigan wus asked to furnish four regiments of infantry, and she responded to the call prompt ly. The Btate militia already com prised nearly the requisite number of men to 1111 the quota, and Gov. Plngree immediately sent forth an order that quickly concentrated at the stute camp grounds at Island Lake the brightest and finest specimens of manhood to be found in the Wolverine peninsulas. Among the 4,000 brave boys who had bo sacrlflcingly laid aside positions of honor and responsibility in order to serve their country In the great hu .manitarian task before it, and be a credit to old Michigan, none were destined to pla...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 October 1898

OMAHA'S BIG- DAY. thousands of Enthusiastic Citizens Greet the Nation's Executive. '&?rcIilent Mcltlntoy MuUe n Hporrli on Nou-I'nrtlmui Morn, Referring to the Wnriind l'mlalng tlm Men uf thn Army and Nnyjr. Omnhn, Neb., Oct. 111. Not one fea ture was lucking yesterday to miilco ho peace jublloo at tho TransmisslH lppl exposition an unprecedented success. From early morning till latu at night tho president of the United States was kept busy In acknowledg ing tho most enthusiastic greetings from his westorn constituents. After President Mclvinley had been intro duced to the immense crowd at tho ex position he made tho following address: acntlomon of tho TrnnsmlsslsslppI Imposi tion nnil Ki'llow-Cltins: II Is with gcnulno llensuru that I mcetonco moro iho pooplo of Omaha, whoio wealth of welcome is not ulto excthor unfiuultliir to mo nnd whoso wiirm hearts linvo boforo touched and moved mo. 1'or IhU re newed manifestation of your regard, nnil for tho cordial reception of to-day my...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 October 1898

V h v Y 1 K 'A Our Trcntincnt of Simiilfih Cnillvc. Ncvtr before in history was there n enso v, nere a defeated mid captive enemy re civcd such cciicrous treatment as we gave, ti.e Stituiiaru;. Other nations arc nston i ilicd. 12qunlly astonishing nro the cures brought about by liostettcr's Stomach Hit ters. Never before in history has there been to successful n medicine for the weak, debili tated and nervous, for stomacli and liver dis orders like dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness and constipation. All nations have benefit ed by it, end all praise it. purine courtship lovers overlook each oth er 8 faults, but after marriage they spend mo3t of their time in looking for them. Chicago Daily News. Where's it gone? Ask St. Jacot3 Oil. It cured that bruise gone. A good many women carry amiability too far. Atchison Globe. Never mind a cane or crutch. St. Jacobs Oil will cure lame back. The most tiresome thinn on earth is a prac tical joke Atchison Globe. E333N pa HE With its sudden chan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 October 1898

V fMrtifmt'it ' &" -iynnnaWMiviewtm The Nebraska Advertiser H. U H.tJ'IHtHH futtthhir. THE GKEATE3T .Price Sale of and M "H BAUnuHQj)B ever made in Nemaha County this time of year, beginning- ft ftDtiillfl nB US wwBttU j and continuing until every garment is sold. We secured an extra large assortment at make this great MONEY SAVING SALE to our customers at time most needed. EVERY GARMENT IN -OUR HOUSE GOES AT CUT PRICES. DON'T MISS THIS! a H. Gilmore BIG DOUBLE STORE AUBURN, NEB, n St;$oiuiTiotf, $1.60 Jltlt YKAK Fill DAY, OCT. 81, 18U3. im!WnmmvrwmMMamtrmMmKmmMMimtoiMmmtmi,tmaaiUJVm """ ijWWldjBMMgw;MWyay MBwrl 100 Questions for Pop- ocratic Speakers to Answer. Why wnn tho Blato uuditor carrying 87,000 ol llio Btato'H money sevoiul tuontlis, wlion the treasury door was only 20 feet away? Wliuc who tlio auditor doing with that money during tho summer of 181)7? JIow about Mo8orvo'fl bond? How about Holcomb's settlement with Hartley? Why did tiio governor introduce par tisan polit...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 October 1898

4 M&vwtim, ft NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, f RIDAY, OCT. 28, 1898. VOLUME XLII1 NUMBER 1H I'lTiWfn'' Ufc lV ft !.U fc A GSS. J- & ' ' A Local ISTe-ws War.ner weathor again. Dewey lints nt Mrs. Fairbank's. - Old pnporB for sale nt this office. Farmers have commenced gathering corn. " Tbe republicans bad n good meeting Wednesday night Dr. Melvin returned from Omaha last Friday evening. G. N. THub shipped a car of npples to lloldrogo Thursday. Mrs.L. H. Merritt went to Omaha Friday, to visit the exposition. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Ii. Skeon, of Au burn, are visiting Nemaha friends this week. This is the last week of the Omaha exposition. It will close next Monday night. Mrs. Ollie Scovill will tack comforts for 25 cents apiece. Ten cents addi tional for hemming. FOR SALE One of the best resi dences in Nemaha. Apply at this of fice for particulars. Large line of Horse Blankets and Eobes juBt received at Skeon & Wil liams' harness shop, Nemaha. Mrs. J. II. Linn and Mrs. Fannie Fairbdnk started ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 October 1898

1ft..CJ M THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ! .I..II.. W. Vt. 8ANDICKS, rablUhar, ii NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. r- TUB WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowb. TVASIIINOTON NOTIM. Gr.N. Otis on tho 20th cabled tho war department roirardlnir tho conditions in Manila mid tho Philippines. Tho dispatch contained matters which hear on tho negotiations pending In Paris and was cabled to tho United States pcaco commissioners. Tho dispatch said tho situation at Manila had im proved and Gen. Otis said lie did not anticipate any trouble with tho insur gents. Skoiiktahv Lono has approved tho findings of tho court which tried and sentenced Chaplain .1. I Mclntyre, of tho Oregon, to dismissal from the naval sorvlco for criticising tho con duct of Hear Admiral .Sampson and Cupt. It. 1). Evans. ENaiNi:Kiti.s-Ciin:i' Mklvilli: has mado his annual report to tho secre tary of tho navy, In which he notes tho Important lessons, so far as thoy respect tho machinery of tho vessels, which have been taught by tho ex perien...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 October 1898

L n 1; 1 WAR INVESTIGATION. The First Missouri Claimed Their Trousers Were Rag3. COMPLAINT ABOUT HOSPITAL CORPS. Third TctiiiPMeu'a Canteen Docs n Itush Inj; Triuto In lloer nt Clilckiuiinuga rio Wntor Supply Consid ered Jtitd. Anniaton, Ala., Oct. 25. The war in Tcatigating commission sat from nino o'clock until 5:0 yesterday and. exam ined about a dozen witnesses, inolud--ing n. number of olliecrs and men of the regulnr troops, as well as a number of volunteer ofllcers. It is now expected that the commission will leave for Hun,tsvlllo to-night. The commission began its session with Maj. Otto II. Ifalk on the stand, lie is the chief quartermaster of the First divi sion of tho Third army corps while in Chickntnauga and ho now occupies thu position of chief quartermaster of this -camp. Ho said the most carious com plaint in the early history of Camp Thomas was from tho First Missouri, whose men claimed that their trousers were nothing more than rags and threatened to appeal to charit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 October 1898

'1 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8A.NDKIW, rabllihar. NEMAHA. - - - NEBRASKA. DREAMSTHAT'S ALL. A day-spring dream, A wall on tho wind, a baby's cnll, A bundlo of llfo !n a wondrous shawl, Chubby and red and dimpled and small A potlto Itlnff, This tiny thing, For hla tiny kingdom to Install A dronm that's all. A morning dream, Of roseate, ravishing hopo and light, And buoyant llfo and promlso bright, Of youthful joy and keen delight, Of ardent love, And smiles above, And a heart for Cpuld to enthrall A dream that's all. A mid-day dream, Ambition's blazing, zenith sun, L,aurol3 and palms and honors won, And tho road to riches well begun, A noblo name, A lit ful Famo And fortune, slaves at beck and call A dream that's nil. A twilight dream, Bhndows and sllcnco and fading light, And dying day and falling night, A hush and an ending, and falling sight, A crooning chill, Then all Is still, And tho dark comes down llko a solemn pall A dream that's nil. A midnight dream, Dust and ashes, a ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 October 1898

THE VIRGIN ISLANDS. A Field for the Photographer and the Scientist as Well. licnnt Known ami Pnlrcut of the Cnr- lnbec InIuikIh I'ntlictlo Uulu Amid aiiiMt ."MiiKiilllcent Scenery. Special Kingston (Jamaica) Letter. The Americanization of the Span . Jeh West Indies In the near fu ture cannot fall to bring the en tire chain of .the Antilles, .both the Greater and the Lesser, under the immediate notice of the people of the United States. Of late years the various tourist syndicates have done a great deal in this direction, but their attentions have been neces sarily confined to those of the larger and more important Islands where home sort of hotel accommodations may be counted on. These islands, however, by no means monopolize the palm for romantio tropical scenery or of the interest of antiquity as an tiquity goes in this part of the world. Indeed, from an artlatio point of view, the palm easily rests with the smaller islands, where the elevations nre more apparent in the perspectiv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 October 1898

WWB !' ! r 1 i MOVABLE SWILL BARREL. It Hclim to Kcfj Hverytliliijr About tho KarmliotiNu In h CI ran nnil Tlily Coiiilltloti. In order for tho fitrmor and IiIh fami ly to remain healthy and contented, St 1h Imperative that everything about the farmhouse be kept clean and tidy. Indeed, the least items tending to slov enliness nhonld never be tolerated any longer than Is absolutely necessary, for HVieh are highly susceptible to aug mentation, in which ease they are very liable to breed disease and ruiii. This applies especially to the swill barrel, of which a stationary one, In back .yard or front, is about the biggest and in Hummer the most dangerous (pes tiferously peaking) nuisance to be met with anywhere on the farm. Hence It is that we advocate thotise of a movable swill barrel, as shown herewith In the cut; for then, when the warm days of summer have arrived, MOVAULI5 SWILL 13AURI3L. shim milk from the dairy-room Hie an be emptied in, and the barrel and all wht'clcd away to the...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 October 1898

A Do you get up with a headache? Is there a bad taste In your mouth? Then you have a poor appetite and a weak diges tion. You are frequently dizzy, always feel dull and drowsy. You have cold hands and feet. You get but little benefit from your food. You have no ambition to work and the sharp pains of neuralgia dart through ypur body. What is the cause of all this trouble? Constipated bowels. will give, you prompt relief and certain cure. Heap Your BioocS Fupa If you have neglected your case a long time, you had better take User's sarsaparffla alst). It will remove all impurities that have been accumulating in your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves. Wrlto tho Doctor, Thoro may bo something about your caso you do not qutto mitler fitnnil. Vrito tlio doctor freely: tell lilm how you aro sulTorlnc. Yott will promptly rccclvo tuo best medical ndvico. Address, Dr. J, 0. Aycr, Logroll, Haas. W&ffi$ You'd rather Sieve an Estey Organ of course, yois fiilv ve moneyo .much ? Wr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 October 1898

f -Trt gwimwm mwumnJJ'iitwi Tho Nebraska Advertiser! I I. tftJmIU:HN, fuhlUhtr, SlIISOHII'TION, SI. 00 PICK YEAU FRIDAY, 0(3 T. 2S, 181)8. Probably th largest public sale over hold in Nemaha county will bo that of tbojH'raonul pioporty of tile lute Mrs. Goosoman, wblcb nI1I bo sold by tlld administrator, M M Hoyd, Thursday Nov. 101b. Ali ox tended list of tho property to b'o sold will bo published next week. i Frank Hilton,' who was scored no by thb ru'publldunmfor bis dlshonestyas oil injector undor Gov Crounso.could ndVstand tbo pressure nnd loft the rev publl'cab party. The popocrnts wel edihod hhh tv'itli open nrms und buvo put him IH ad manager of the campaign in Washington county1. J. W Armstrong Is given credit ovon by bid) opponents with being n good clli.oiiand n gqod business man. He lias lived Jn Auburn for nbout eighteen years und ifor eight years of that time was yoBtmuBterof South Auburn. Few men nro so highly respected. He is well informed on public matters, can not h...

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