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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 December 1899

r j Owned, Edited and Poblistcd By ' J. L Mil. The Finest and Cheapest IB PRINTING DAKOTA COUNTW HERALD Continuation of the Homer Herald.- DAKOTA CITV, NEBRASKA. Msatly and Promptly VOLUME XI. DAKOTA CITY, NEB., SATUKDAY, DECEMHEH 2, 180J). TIMBER 14. I r v 4. n a 1 AROUND THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK. BULLION FOR WIDOW VICE PRESIDENT HOBART'S WILL WADE PUBLIC. Twenty Thousand Dollars Given to Charity Pennsylvania Oleomar garine Dealers Sent to Prison for Rcmovlnr- Brands. Paterson, N. J.: The will of tho late Vice President Garret A. Hobart has been filed in the Passaio County surrogate's office. The value of theestate Is not given, but it is understood to be about $2,500,000. Of tho estate Mrs. Jennie Hobart, his widow, receives $1,(03,000, and half of the remainder, lifter a number of bequests, is to be paid to the son. Garret A. Hobart, Jr., he inheriting the other half when lie at tains his majority. The St. Joseph General Hospital, Chil dren's Day Nursery, St. Jose...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 December 1899

V 7- s'ii nivA WHcN Wt GET RICH. Ah. barest, what a joy to btiild pti'.nrrf m f.iir; No drani iik' dream of opulence, Dicpel tho ho'irs of rnro. When Klink'poaro wiote those living "Who steal my puro stenl trash." rocked not of the thing we'll d When c obtiiiu the onsh. Ko rain nr.d idle faney ours, To while fiway tho time; But land ii :n 1 sea sh'il! thrn unfold Their mysteries sublime. How we will citl thin nloriou oiirth, And l:ik 'neath foreign i-ke s; Whnl mountain fullnesses vnc'II sweep With our cm iijiI ured eyes. Tho noenrs in song mid story told lty fnun-iil trirvlors, Will find in ns I lie praise of true i Ami anient wor-:,iiei . WV11 read Hi Ami ki 11 ' l 8cel out oM Kin-'s Aul i'-o J. beneath rili:- of the Sphinx, 1 I y i;i mil- ; n reoiluigi llio lids. No not in nil I his wide, wide world, Of forest, I 1 ide of If'.e.n, Khnll i!ck itself ami wooer mourn, When we irct rich yes- when' Oiiieinn.it i Km purer. AM UNEXPECTED THANKSGIVING. ed nil nroiind tin lie blonde littl...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 December 1899

2 IP Sick headache. , Food doesn't di gest wed, appetite poor, bowels con stipated, tongue coated. It's your liver! Avers Pills are liver oil's. easy and safe. They cure dyspep I lia, biliousness. 25c. All Druggists. I Want your innn. turtle ir board a beauUful rrown or rn-n iuhok t rnn use BUCKINGHAM'S DYE tititZr n ITlDnil TllltOAT, H NJ. STOMA 4 VI 1 1 A 1 fin 1 1 II iIIsimii-s. Nil (! until cured by N-,v York Asiorlatcl Smcliillsts. it. khitui rui, i h. ;., .., mi i.rx- Inelon i-.ifw York, tint thix out. MnMIUVE MARRIED "'XXtiT Ilo 3t I fv York lly. Writi. iC ? T B pj i oi i w. !?i on r : s, K'r J. ' ' wnaiiiniilon, .:. BSucctwifully Prosrjcuton Claimr.. Iao. l'riiiMi-Kl ;) ainlnrtr I) IS. fmiaton niinu, m ilnm. Soiil bT lrnripT. Hasty Inferences. According to n recent book entitled "Orientations," there Mas once a rather obscure KuKlishnitin, who, after being converted, read bis l'.llile so ussidiious ly in preference to a London news paperthat his wife became concerned for his...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 December 1899

s wax Candles In ih charm of thn fir wins 1 mnm nr bofiiloir th noftlf r'H im it. hi from (MlRIM)VA Cnrtln. Nnthm will cnnlrtbot mnrw to th arllitlic BOfTWM" ot in innrnfon, t or dinner. Th bwrt droTtli fctirilM for fhA HtmDlfHit of tht tn(w( Mlahnrkta fntift lonfnf rot- Ana th mot d-llrat tint tif ITAKDAKD Oil. TO. and mill nrwywhwt. Dakota County Herald. Continuation of the Homer Herald. was not followed during the democrat ic administration and in causing quito hit of unfavoabla comment. Mont of tlie accounts now being collected are for debts in past years when tbo In dians wore suffering for necessities, and as they are honest debts we do not neo how the arm of the government can be lined to enforce the payment of sub sequent debts first. At the same time tbo lnt of trader is one of Hlitical honor and profit, un wc expect to see the administration back the trader and agent. A weekly ncwspa)er published at Dakota City, .Nebraska. Application 1ms been made for transmission of this...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 December 1899

i FOR FALL AND HOLIDAYS. WILL H. BECK, THE SIOUX CITY JEWELER, store is now overflowing with new Pall Purchases. Hsvo added to my NSON'S. ' I "v Tv jTw V?. jf jTk. TTI. T. jfTTH Tv jfT. T,"",v J",""TT"v I . '!' " .'1 I DOW f Keep your feet war mi 1X1. Q ft m YOU And be never 'will. When we tell you there is not, in this western country, a store as big or a stock as complete, we mean it. And when we ask you to como and Bee all this for yourself, we will not diaapioint you. till you can't rest, Winter Suits, Overcoats. Fur Coats. Overcoats, Fur Coats, Underwear, Caps, Glove, Etc., A hundred tables, each bearing a multitude of new goods. Winter Underwear. want underwear. Now don't wait till the mercury tumble down to zero to pick out that overcoat. A doctor's bill may be the penalty. The choice is innumerable and the price is astonishingly low. Throw pride, to the winds. KEEP WARM is the best and most sensible advice wo can give you. Wo never had such a stock of fur coats, and not an o...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 December 1899

THE AT Y WITH SULU. SLAVERY UNDER THE AND STRIPES, STARS Keccnt Act. of Adtnlnlslrntloti that in In lllrect Violation of the Plain Pro vision of the Constitution-Wot on the Nntlonal l-'.scntcheon. The tronty entered Into between hi royal highness the Sultan of Sulu. Had gl Mohamad Wound Klrnn. ruler of 7.r,(Xi slaves and 2.1,ooo fr lmi'ii. nnd President WilMatn AlcKinley of Un united States docs not recognize tl"' emancipation proclamation issued by President Lincoln on January 1. lo:t, guarnutecing freedom t' the slaves In the I 'nltrd States. The treaty whleh permits tdavehohl lng among the subjects of President McKInleys protege and cmpiojc transmitted hy Adjutant (Iciicrul Cor hln to Secretary ltoot. It has not heen sent to tho State department. Asslst iint Secretary Hill said that the docu ment Is of a military rather than of a diplomatic ehnracter, as It was entered Into hy the army and tho Sultan with tho consent of President AlcKinley. It in even doubtful whether or not It -...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 December 1899

i Georgie's Gab I After mo itiid pnw ntnl the Pupp Had Blved on paw's Cookoii Four days paw aavs: "Well, I ain't ngoin to Put tip With Thin Outrage enny linger. 1 Bin up -aglust mini." Cold propposlslieus In uy Time iiml I was Run over By a Skoreh or Wuiist. But this here Thing of Botn left to Starve' ly it Hart Iran Womua while Slu'rf n-.vay oaten Fritters and frosted Cake three times n lny I il Little Bit li Worst Thing that ever Impelled !;. me. nnd It ain't dola my tdsriiui a Hit of Good." It tnfelii-i! my Hart to Look at paw. lie luid a Fad couutcnuncc and a'lotir 47 Greece Spots on Ills Bizncss Soot. The pupp was the only one what Seem ed to (Jit along all rite on Paw's cook en, Bocoz he wnsent lirot up to lo per tickler about bis Vlttles and got most of fiie stuIT paw cooked fer Me ami himself. So paw Sod we was goiu 'to Go and !it maw and Little Albei t and the next I:ty we went on the Throe oelock trnno. We got the Itawsons to keep the pupp till we !ot Hack, and when wo com...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 December 1899

.... . .. . Sk TREATY JfEATH AT SEA. f EARFUL VOYAGE OF TRANS PORT MANAUENSE. Vessel Jm Caimht in Typhoon and Ar , rlTN at Manila in a Sinking Condi i tlon - Soldiers Kept Balling: for Daya ? I 1a Ignorance of Their Danger. f The army transport Manauense arrlv H at Manila, thirty-three days from Han Francisco. She narrowly escaped foun dering with all on board, aa her engines broke down anO ahe rolled three days at lh mercy of typhoon. The Mananense bad on board Lieut. Col. Webb llayea and three com panic of the Thlrty-lirst infantry. The officers and soldiers were fcepfbaling for twelve day and it was almost a miracle thut the vessel reached Manila. The steamer, It Is claimed, was nnseawoitby, undermanned and short of provisions. When the Mannucnse anchored In Ma nila bay there was several feet of water In her hold and 400 grimy, greasy, hun gry, exhausted soldiers and sailors who bad been passing buckets of water for two weeks, night and duy. First Assist ant Engineer I.nnlenvy wn...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 January 1900

Owned. Edited . "and Pnblisncd By The Finest and Cheapest . DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. Continuation of tho Homer Herald.; DAKOTA CITV. NEBRASKA. Mtatly and Promptly Exec-tad. VOLUME XI. DAKOTA CITY, NEB., SATURDAY', JANUARY 20, 1000. NU3IBER 21. . . Hi. JOB PRINTING V 7 i. THE WORLD OVER. LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND. RUSSIAN TALKS WAR 'SAYS ONLY A MIRACLE PREVENT IT. CAN Both His Country and Ju;aii Are, Strengthening Their Naval Forces as Rapidly as Possible in Antici pation of nn Outbreak. CnicAOO: "War between Russia ancl Japan Is looked tipon ag inevitable by the naval oflicers of those countries who have been nearest the probahlo seene of opera tions," said Lieut. W. ItonianolT of the imperial Russian navy, who arrived in Chicago on the 19th inst. The lieutenant has Just conipleted a tliree years' cruise in Asiatic waters on the Russian battleship Sisso Ivelky and is on his way tu St. retersburg. lie continued:. "Just how soon such a war may be be gun it is difficult to say, but even...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 January 1900

THE OLD TRUNDLE BED. Dh, tV eld trundle bed where I lrpt when a boy, What panoplied kuight might not covet the joy? The glory and ponce of that slumber of mine. Like a I" tiff, gracious rct In the bosom divine; The quaint, homely couch, bidden clone from the lipht, t?ut daintily drawn from its hilling at night. th, a neat of delight, from the foot to Wthe hend, is the queer little, dear little, old trun dle bed. Ph, the old trundle lied where t wonder ing taw The stars through the window, and list ened with uwc To the sigh of the winds ns they trem blingly crept Through the trees where the robins so I ..restlessly slept, tWhere I heurd the low, murmurous chirp . of the wren, iAnd the katydid listlessly chirrup ngnin, IThrough the mne of the dreams of the old trundle bed. Oh, the old trundle bed! Oh, the old trundle bed! tWith its plump little pillow and old-fashioned spread; Its snowy white tlieots and the blankets ' above, Smoothed down and tucked around with I the touches of lore;...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 January 1900

Tllr- Women IO ch-Klnhrr. One of the most peculiar Industries In which women ever enpijjc was that of leecU-fislilnjt. Sixty years rro leeches were In winch prenter dcnmnd thnn they nre to-rtay, nnd Ihelr capture aud ale proved .o profitable that women were willing to make martyrs of them selves for cash. It was mostly Scotch women who engaged In the business. They would wade In the shallow pools of the Lincolnshire carrs, with their legs bnred, until the entire surface of their Ihiihs was cavcred with the slimy, clinging creatures. When this stage of the Qshlng was reached, they would go shore, Orttg the leeches fromtlielr feed ing ground, nnd put them In small wooden Imrrels, which were then strap ped on their hacks and taken to the Scotch markets, where they were rer.dily disposed of at good prices. li liby, McNeill Iilbby. The visitor passing through the plnnt of Messrs. Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chi cago, is tint only deeply interested in the rutting moms, cooking kitchens, c...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 January 1900

X: 0 X Immedia1 ' 111 rvuai rx rt Rnrneaa Oil li the hert linrval,lv of nw leather and the )nt renovator o( old Wthpr. H olln, aoftmn, black ens and protects. II aa Gurolta Oil unrnncc Ml W on ir bmt hamma, ynnr old hN twwa, and tout rarrlac top, ami thcf will not only limit hHlr but wfwr lnnr. Sold Yrrwherp In can. all Ilea from half plnw to l lalluna. Mat. f TiDl OIL to. Dakota County Herald. Conlinualion of the Homer Herald. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota Citr, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mails as second-class matter. OWNED, F1UTKD AM) lTDLISHK.l llY John L. McKcnn. A Thoroughly Independent Newspaper tifKK'K ni'I'OHITK I'OKTOFKICE, MAIN HT OFFICIAL I'ATKll K DAKOTA ITY. Official Taper of Dakota County. "Hands off the Courthouse. AN AWAKENING t In an article a few weeks ogo Uro Cobb of the Emerson Enterprise took the reputation and alleged misdeeds o an attorney at that place hy the neck aud gave them a pretty severe...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 January 1900

II 1ST I Odds ana Ends ! 1 Choice an v necktie..' Laundered white shirts Unlaundered white shirts Everv-dav shirts collars Attached ri;?fliTii";;;i ViKwi ill b4 I SKovi LOCAL NEWS. Anthony Myers wrs over from Sioux City Wednesday. Mrs. E. J. Raymond and son are up from Wayne visiting. Mrs. Van de Zeddo has been allliet ed with a severe cold a few days. Barney Gribble sends the Herald to J. H. Jackson ut Bottle Creek, Neb. Deputy Treasurer Boler spent Wed nesday night at home near Jackson. Will H. Ryan contemplates a trip nnto the British Columbia nftor Feb. 1st. County Treasurer Boler and wife spent Sunday iu Pender, visiting rel atives. Don't forget the Herald does all kinds of "job printing. Good work at fair prices. $4.00 for 25c. call on Len O'Harrow S18 Fourth street, Sioux City, and see how it is done. Thos. J. Hartnett of Jackson, who has been ill for several weeks, is now convalescent. Mush and Milk Warner of the Lyon's Looking Glass was snooping round these parts Saturday. ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 January 1900

POPULIST POLITICS. Wilt the Farmers Or gun Ire? Daring the past few months we hare Suggested time and Again tho impor tance of specific, intelligent, radical and united action by the jx'oplo who support the colossal trusts which have grown np In our country during the last decade, especially In the last twelve months. That something must be done, and don quickly, no Intelligent man ran doubt. Along the line of sugges tions hitherto presented, we find the following sensible article In the Indian apolis Journal, which is worthy of careful thought: A circular, which we now have be fore us, makes the statement that there has been an advance on the pHcs of all articles used In the manufacture of farm Implements, building material, etc., of more than 100 per cent, over lust year's prices, and that the end Is not yet. The firm that Is sending out this circular advises its customers to mnkc their purchases now, as they sny the advance In prices has not yet reached the maximum. 'While this I...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 January 1900

V WHAT OF THAT ? Tlivd! Well. what of that? Didst fancy life was spent on beds of cane, Fluttering the rose leaves scattered by the breeze? Come, rouse thee! Work while It Is railed to-day,' Coward, arise! Go forth upon thy way! Lonely! And what of that? Some must be lonely! "Til not given to all "To feel a henrt responsive rise and fall, To blend another life Into Its own. Work may be done in loneliness. Work on. Dark! Well, and what of that? Didst fondly dream the sun would never set? Dost fear to lose thy way? Take cour aire yet! Learn thou to wnlk by faith and not by sight; Thy steps will guided be, and guided right. Hard! Well, and what of that? Didst faney life one summer holiday? ;Wjth lessons noue to learn, and naught but pi ay o; .get thee to tby task! Conquer or die! t must be learned! Learn it then pa tiently. f No help! Nay. it's not so! hough human heip bo far, thy God Is r' nigh, (Who feeds the ravens, hears His chil- ' dreu cry. He's near thee, wheresoe'er thy foot st...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 January 1900

IT I v- rr7 grvirtty.rasnj The Senate on Thursday listened t debate oo the Philippines between Mt. Lodge and Mr. Pr'tigrew, the rormer orging full publicity on all matter con nected with the Issue and the latter bit terly attacking the administration. Heard Mr. Stewart in opposition to the currency reform bill. Passed the bill conferring additional authority upon the director of the ccnt.ii. Tawed the bill increasing to $2,500,000 the limit of onst of the Hew Indianapolis public building. .Ad journed to Monday. The House a tut in session. Tire Senate held no aess'.oa on Friday. Tn the House Mr. Subier Irni, N. Y.') presented for Immediate consideration a resolution for the appointment of a spe cial committee of nine members to Inves tigate the relations of the Secretary of the Treasury with certain New York na tional banks and the transactions rela tive to the sale of the New York custom house. Mr. Dalzoll (Rep., Pa.J objectad on the grcnnd that the resolution should s:o through the...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 February 1904

? u. 4. t. J u.. Owned, Edited and Published IT P 'I I JoM.SpC DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. DAKOTA CITY. NEBRASKA VOLUME XV CURRENT tIAPPENi; FAITHFUL CHRONICLE oj" IMPORTANT ITEM$ JAPANEpU CUBA ENTICED RUSSi- i 4 ttu vnrin , . "I I ntirw cTATrc SOL. IV - departure. President Pallia, In a Feeling Ad dress, Tells II)vr Deeply They Real- Ize What Uultrd States Haa Done for Toeiu In Making Them Free. The lust vestige of the American occu pation of Cuba disappeared .Thursday when the American ting was lowered from ,'abana barracks at Havana and the I .st battalion of Americnu soldiers manned to the Triseornia pier nml boarded the United States army trans port Sumner. Standing .on the plain near Cnbunn. 7 7 j j fortress, between a line of American and J ' a line of Cuban troops, and surrounded I by a cnrd of Americana and Cubans, President ralmn feelingly voiced his ap f preciation of all that the America ns have 't' Uoue for Cuba. J After the soldiers had presented arms, .) the American Hag wa...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 February 1904

"V. IPS MiVO MIOUD BE IHt SUNDRD IN MARRIAGE. Br Helen Oldtltld. Men who marry beneath them often have a moM uncomfortable t lino after the knot Is Mod. However high may bo their own wk-uI standing, they cannot compel society to see tho mutch from their pivitil ef view. True, if they are phlcky Mini persistent, and. whHt Is more rjwn tlnl. If their wives have tact Hnd certain other superior qualities wlileh make for social jxipu hirlty, the pah" usually wins the fight In tho end. , ,,r struggle Is opt to Ik a long and tneiety never forget, even though It may consent to ignore tho pit from which tho iioweoiner wns digged. When a woman taken a husband from a lower social plane than her own tho case If much more difficult. When the man Is markedly beneath his wife she can, ns it rule, expect nothing hut to he dropped by hor own set. She turns over the most decidedly new leaf which is possible to nn existence She stop (.'own from her own position In soiiioly to that of her husband, and ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 February 1904

r"m 1 ii j . ... Owned, Edited and I'ublUhed I.- InVmT Oinnm rr dUUll.OUCITO ji WAIVUIA till T, riLBKAOR VOLUME XV CURRENT HAPPENS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OP f IMPORTANT ITEMS )Sj JAPANE USif Merkley, Printed above, 7juestion that ENTICED RUSSIA VU ft Inflamrnil. k BY THE,R.?arie8 and womb 11 . Zv rnrvd hv f he use of P I rrA'.m R DInlhim'a Vmrpf flrtfe Compound. " Dear Mr?. Pimeim:-Gradual loss of 8tre gth and nerve iorce told me Bomethinf was radically wron vtith me. I had seveie shooting pains through the pelvic organs, cramps and extreme irritation compelled mo to seek medical advice. The doctor said that I bad ovarian trouble and ulcera tion, and advised an operation. I strongly objected to this and decided to try tydla, II. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. 1 soon found that my judgment v.-us correct, and that all the good things said about this medi cine were true, and day by day I felt less pain and increased appetite. The ulceration soon healed, and the other (nmnlications disannea...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 February 1904

Dakota County Herald. . Continuation of the Homer Herald. K weekly newspaper published at lUbnU City, Nebraska. Permission baa been granted for tbe tranaraimioa of this paper through the mails m second-clans matter. Congressman McCarthy introduced a bill in congress last Saturday pra vidicg for a public building at Waynf. The bill carries an appropriation of 1G0.0OC. Senator Dietrich has asked for and tiaa been granted a committee of the V. 8. senate to investigate his record in postcflice matters. The committee is composed of Senators Hoar, Tlatt, of Connecticut, Spoon er, Cockrrll and Pettns. One senator remarked that committee "would refuse to whitewash 8t. Teter." These men have seen long years of service in the senate, and are imbued with senatorial traditions. The investigation will be thorough and the general public will be satisfied. Senator Hoar has promised T'hat the work will bo pushed as fast as possible. A good many Nebraska people will have the opjiortuuity of visiting...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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