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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 June 1892

Jt wwwwCT8iiwwjj.ifiaecJBBatuiiiiuiJuiijiiiiiBiiii iiiiiwimiwji UMiiiiiumjfl'iiJP m ebmBha r dvertizer. VOLUME XXXY1 NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE '24, 1892.' NO. 4Y (the K M r$ . tr i n MARKET REPORT Corrected ovory Thursday by Titus & Williams. lings, 84.504.05. Corn, oa3G cents per bushel, Wheat, i")U55 cents por bushel. Butter, 08 cents por lb. Eggs, 10 cents por dozen. 4M IjOcjOj .votes 4P DistiesAingly dry and hot. Additional local on hist page. Mrs. Maxwell visited Auburn Moris day. 7 Dick Morton drove up from Shubort fcunday. One week from next Monday is the Fourth. T. G. Furgeson, the alliance leader, was in town Tuesday. Ftof. Veeder visited sevoral days this week. Peru friends Miss Josle York, of I'eru, is visiting friends in Nemaha City. Miss Blanch Sargent went to Auburn Tuesday, to visit fi lends. Annual school meeting next Monday night, ut the opera house. The village trustees are having some good stone crossings put in. Carl Sanders, of Shubert, visited Ne...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 June 1892

kbmobbwsn """ - y i - THE NEBRASKA JJERTI8E11 W. W. SANDERS. Publisher. NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Rkp!:bi:ntativi: Stackiiousk, of (smith Ciirolinn, died vary suddenly at Washington. His romultm wore taken to Little lloclt, S. C, for interment 'I'licy wero accompanied by committees from the senate and house. UitiMti'.fli'.NTATiVK I'l'.Ki,, of Arkansas, clutlrmiui of tho committed on Indian nll'alrs, speaking of his bill for opening tho Cherokee strip, said: "So far as one ran seo now thcru will bo llttlo opposi tion to tho bill in either senate or house. It is on tho calendar but will not bo brought up this session. Next t-csslon I expect it to go through and as a result the lands ought to bo opon by March lfi, next year." Mji. V). V. Lacisv, comptroller of tho currency, has resigned. It is reported that General Lund Com missioner Carter will be made chairman of the republican national committee. Hkimikhkntativh JFoi.max,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 June 1892

W IfflESIBRASKAJpTEEII W. W. SANDEWS. Publlshor. NEMA1IA CITY, K12IIRASKA. DUTY'S PATH. Out from the harbor of youth's ttny There tend tho path of plousuros WIth.cftgur steps no rnlk Hint way To brim Joy's largest measure. Uut when with morn's departing beam Goes youth's Inst precious minute, "Wo High " 'twas but n fevorod dream Thero's nothing Iji It." ' Then on our vision dawns tifar Tho tronl of glory, Rlcumlng Like fotncgrtitt radiant, iblur star, Ami scum lonplrw, dreaming. Forgot tiiK all things It ft behind, Wo strain ench ncno to win It, Hut when 'tis ours nluHl wo llml Them's nothing In It. Wo turn our sail, reluctant gazo Upon tho imth of duty: ' Its larren, uuluvltltiK ways Ato void of bloom nnd bmuty. Yet In Unit road, though dark nnd cold, It seems iw c btgln It, As wo presa on lot wo behold There's tlonienln t. Kiln V. Wilcox, In Ladles' Homo Journal. CAST OUT9 But Not Forsaken BY I3ERI7AIID BIGGBjT. ICopyrlfeht, 185a, by A. N. KollogR Newspaper Co. CHAI'TIIU XV -CoNTl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 June 1892

)tf'xjmismttMVamn'i!ttnuiawtruaicwoitKmmtiaiMvanvniruitrKiv'naxMwxu mimnitror: xrnxfsamixiwuniiBtMurwjzvm.rmtauuaTteM x mKumr&jnnn. iuvm"vatvuii Ofc.!1 F1" I 'TNfi-T ATF! Wc are Hearing the end of a VERY SATISFACTORY SEASON'S BUSINESS, -in our- MILLINERY DEPARTMENT, and in accordance with our usual plan, we proceed to CLOSE OUT THE BALANCE OF STOCK STILL ON HAND. Wc make the sale 15 days' earlier than was the original intention, in order to render it available to f)ur customers for July 4th. Is Sale Dtps i Thursday, Jim ti id Ends i MeMay, Jnly 1. An inventory of stock shows 143 Ladies' Trimmed Hats still on hand. We divide them into two lots, as follows: 9 Lot NO. 1. I 3 LadleHlk-nutlfiU Trimmed Hm,lBood styles and g Lot.No 2 I 1 '' Trimmed Itats; New bhiules, New Stvles, 1 Choice for I B00d mmlugs- For.mer pr,,co 8W0 10 2'00- I X Choice for EleKant smJ Ex'Mfc,v" T,imrain T" "p 2 I 95 cents. Your choice for 95 cents. S SI 95 1 TIatIn t,lls ,ot is worlh 8,3'0- May of em are 2 Re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 June 1892

jrmumwii mi iniiniii irir i ininmiiii irrrii u iiii i iimiiiiii n i"l mi niiiijnmi'Bjujj.j r w 4 u The Nebraska Advertiser M. 1I V.f.Vlv'r.v, fuUll'litr. mmmramsnMin FRIDAY, JUNE L4, KM)-'. REPUBLICAN 1ICKET NATIONAL. For President of the United States, BENJAMIN HARRISON. vor Vice President, WIIITELAW 111311). For Governor, TIIOS. J. MAJORS. Tho Beatrice chautuuqua begins next week. Sioux City will not build a corn pal ace thitt year. It is too expenslvu a luxury. P'fsidont Harrison and David Swing the celebrated Chicago preaclior, were classmates at, Miami university. m m Tho republican national committee will meet next Monday, at Washington, to effect a permanent organization. Tho Omaha World Herald grieves over tin1 xact that "tho same old, ugly New York light confronts tho Chicago convention." Tom Majors has been acting gover nor this week, while Goy. Eoyd hm been attending the democratic eouven- tlon at Chicago, i Emmons Blaine, son of the ox-secretary of state, djed last Satur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 June 1892

IdMsmivwnvyMvtiM inmvuMinjw DEADLY TOKNADO. Bouthorn Mhmoaota Moots With Doatructlon. Many Mv I.ont In tho Hlnrm-.V .School Tciitifinr mill 1'irtfiin Pupil I'orNh Orcut )iiiiui(;i) Also CitiiAori liy I'lootl. Mankaio, Minn., Juno 17. A school teacher uiul fifteen pupils ili'iid noar Sherburne, n score or inoro of persons tlt'ticl or dying at other points, and u vast uinount of damage done through out the region about this city tolls in brief 1 ho story of u tornado which swept over this section yesterday afternoon. Every report that comes in is worso than the preceding one. Tiio extent of the country swept by this storm was greater than ever before known in tiio history of the state. Starting near Jackson, on tho South ern Minnesota road, a funnel shaped cloud swept eastward and passed four miles south of Minnesota lake, then took a broad circuit to the south nnd passed away south of WoUs. Con siderable rain had followed during tho afternoon and about fi o'clock the at mosphere beca...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 June 1892

v y "S DREADFUL DISASTER. Collapso of a Bridgo Ovor tho Lick ing Rivor. Forty-ilvo Workmen Curried Down AVIth- out WnniliiB Nearly All Kniod "tho Two Coutriietori Among the Victim. Cincinnati, June 10. A bridgo In cottr&o of construction over the Licking river between Covington anil Newport, Ky., fell this morning, unil of forty-live workmen on tho structure, so fur us is now known only two escaped unhurt. The high river had washed out tho earth about tho supports of tho false work, and it is said one of the contract ors said a day or two ago that ho was t if raid tho structure would not stand under tho weight of tho heavy material. IJut still they kept at work. A force of forty-three ineu un der the direction of Robert and William laird, the contractors, was engaged in putting in place the heavy iron work on the main span. Suddenly, without warning, there -win u crnoldlng sound, a swaying of the structure and a head long plunge of tho whole mass of tim bers, iron and workmen in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 June 1892

mttamu oai mur.'ijmmita&ruvMBittBaaini&vjmuiJiBmiini rtcEKmTfBscawtxoexcsaacasumra at,mMmWgnttM03TBKIIT!flWtgMlitafatlKtMMI(t(i4 The Nebraska Advertiser H U S.US'lUtltXy rubllnlin: FRIDAY, JUMJ 24, 1802, TLUK OAltD. PawpiiiaTRolntr wcl 10:14 inn ruwiiKi'r noitl KrctKlit west..., itiifitoiut... :i:z4 tun I'JilO lllll Kroluht north tc east .. icoutun KrclKlit suuth 0:35 pin Freight arrives from tlto south at 12:50 mn All freight tnilns curry p.wongers. It. J. Dorr, Agent. JDJORBOTOKTT FIItHT JUDICIAL MSTHIOT. District J udgeH A II Itiibcoclc, Heatrlcc; J K Hush, lleutrico, COUNTY Treamiror Frank Hnydor County Jiul(o-Jiirvlf) H Church Comity Clerk J M Hurresi County Allornoy W II Kelllgar Hunorfntondont I'uhllo IiiHtruetlon V M Crlchlon Hhorlir-Ucnry Culwell Clorlc District Court-Kd Juol Coronor DrO Ii Conic Surveyor J M Huclcor fnimiv I i.owls Fisher rem. SJ li F Mclnlnnh, Auburn Wln rH M 0 Hhurtloil-. HoutbAuburn oiiuucTiKar Cii'UHTiAN--8orvlceH every altornatcHattir diiy Hig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 May 1894

,: I 1 I .JJBMWWIBIIIWIBIIIWMWf. Ill llltllIMIUI " IIMIMUMIIJII lMlnUUWll IIIWmMIBMJIMlJtfc ,, . mL , , CM-- IWMI I - ebmsh Mdvertmr. YOLUME XXXYJLJL1 NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1891 NUMBER 47 he ' I " N '' if &) i'. v ni if if tw i & m Goo T)R. W. W. KEELING, Nemaha City, NemiakA. Office at llesldouco, corner .First and Otoo strcots. Dr. Mi. S. Gaithcr, Physician and Sfeeon, Ilua located in Nomalm Cf, and will answer all calls, day or night. OlHce first door south of Keynote drug store. 3 0 A ' Kerker & 'Hoover, Dealer In TTH A TS follnft Mv eoi,,eHl prices pnidlfor hldeB, Inrd.ltailow horrlfiT" w)wwxaha City, Nebraska. All ovc ' the sizi niy lliij.' ED. E. SANDERS, inovotU tir JJSfeTISTICp PRINTER witliou ; - ,..,nin:coovor Knnnor's nnil Morchnnt'H ; .rft National Hank. lmnlrRN, - - NEBRASKA. ini&scu "In callhi? FE TIONERY aid i;avi LUNCH ROOM. thro M" au E. M. MTTIX Prow. U iiiiui i iun( ui iiucn, uuuiuiint i)iumuuqtutv;i O irnsrci-i, Ulvomoa call. FR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 May 1894

mz )r u jgimiwnwtfwiiMwaB'lUHiMwfij.iitfritW'giitnitiwiwwMfigaw fr "lot -- K stri, 111 fiol tllcrnlMp, no inure To waVo t,troa.l: of itftf. To lirar the marre roar u& 'W f n echoed din away; No morn to hear tho tttigln unto Homo on tho wuldntf broean. Jre tho mnoUo from camp llnM float Above ttiu urcliltitf trued: NV tiuiro to bn-atlm tho Inccnufl RttCflt from noldlers' liomrly fare, (my IiuhiIh and tmrrloil fiict 77io inoruliiK inral prt'parn; No more tho lireaUfait call to hilt Willi merry Quip and Jnst, Or iuuita to Rrrel the tardy malt Kt-oiM thoso ho loved tho lie.il: i 2C more to nen tho b.inncr bright Its lovely folds unfurl itftAliiMi tho sky's soft amber 1UH And iiJouiIm of cold anil pear!, Ztfotuotn at monotint; of thotruurd, Vi Uko his jdncn In ranltrt. Orrtiap tho inoru-rollef'H reward Thu weary sentry's thiinka; Ko morn to pasi tho long, long djr On lonely iilckot prott, VVJiem of l tlio hindion, far awy. i JWvjtu an itdvunclnu host; 3N" morn to Hpce.il tho weary Ik...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 May 1894

JpWMH WAnflMWMCWI mw iwi'mbbiwi wwtwJiiwwMiftwtjiflriim'inwtMijartrLiwwiiwnwtiiMjuwwrijynnttgVg SEMr 19 y 3k- s; irf U. J i A ?11N WITH A HISTORY. Tho Terrible Exporionco That Bo- foll John W. Thomac, of Thota, Tonnossoo. Anitrtcil with u Pecullnr l)lgfao-IIU Uiiily Covorcil with kumpi Couhl Koi lint utxl TliniljClit llo Wnil (Suing to Dry I'p 111 Itci'iiviTjr tho Muriel of Tennessee Prom tho Nashville, Term., Danncr.1 Mr. .lohn W. Thomas, Jr., of Thctn, Tonn., is a mini wlllui most, interesting; history. At present, ho is interested in blooded horses for which Maury County i famous. "Few people, I take it,'' Paid Mr. Thomas ton reporter who hud asked him lor tho story of his lifo, "have passed through us re murlMblo u chain of events us I have and re mained alive to tell tho story. "It, was nloni? in 1SSI, when I was working in the silver mines of New Mexico, that my troubles began; at llrst I nuu'e red with in digestion, and so uoulo did tho plns be come that I wentto California f...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 May 1894

U .BimWf JtWlltllilPWIllJy.liWViJIH The Nebraska Advertiser, II. II. W..VMf.V, I'MMIiur. Suhsouiptio.v. Sl.no I'ku Ykak. OFFIMUPAFER or NEMAB FRIDAY, MAY 2ii, 18IM. nvMMnanMHHaBBHMniHOTHMMMMMMHNMM-nMI Lust week's net gold exportation was about 0,740,000, which is tho greatest iiiiioiiiit shipped in that length of timo thus far this year. The iik grcgato gold loss in ISO J along to this lime, however, Is only ahoiiL half of that of tho corresponding period of 1803. Globe Democrat. Tho Hurlington (Itretto tells of an ohl darkey that reminds ono of tin; con dition o( tho democratic patty. Tho old fellow arose in prayer meeting nnd exclaimed: "Hrothern and Hl.slern, J've lieen having 11 diefful time since last we met together. I've been chaw ing hard bones and swallowing bitter pills. I'm afraid I've broken every one of tho Ten Commandments, but. thank the l.oid. I haven't lost my re ligion!" The democrats have knocked out oveiy plunk of the Chicago plat form, hut, thank the Loid, they ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 May 1894

htd ti Zo J . I-.. :'. a f (, The Nebraska Advertiser, WWW H! WlM i "" IK If. tf.nYEHS, Vubliihtr, Stmaoim'TioN. Sl.oo Pwt Yeah. eiALpirara COUNTY FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1804. Tlio supreme court has just passed on an important question in connect ion with tlio operations of tlio lUirl ington volunteer lelief department. Tho caso was ono whore a widow of an employe killed in tho service sued for damages for herself and children. Her husband had boon a member of tho relief department, and sho had re ceived the benellta from this depart ment and signed a receipt waiving all further claims arising from her hus band's death. The court holds that tbif receipt is no bar to fuither re covery; that tho railroad company can not iorce its employes to contract away the rights of their wives and children, nor by accepting an insur ance benefit release the load from all further liability. The decision is a just one, and places tlio Hurlington volun tary relief department in its proper category as an ins...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 May 1894

i m ' riTT r nrrn tt in unrr vtnivnsaimwmnim mrm0rojrMrrriit'm''wimft9m 1WiHM01M vUn- THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER . U. SWIM. Us. I'lililNln-r. NKMAIIA CITY. - - NKIJIIASKA. TJLE WORLD AT LARGE. Bummary of tho Daily Nows. 1VA.SI1INOTON NOTI'S. Tiik lioiisc niiiinilt-t dm penMonH IiiiK vofcd In report to tin- house it lill iiii-i-riisirig the- rates of til) jieiisiouerH -f the Mexicini win unil Indian war from SH to ?l u nioiity. Tiineiilninei of Chairman Wilson, of the. ways and means eominittee. into the house for the first, lime after his long illness was the signal for a spon taneous outburst of applause. In an instant the I ashless of the house was suspended tlnd members (looked around tin- West Viririniun to welcome him liaelc to congress and congratulate him on his recovery. A ii'.u:u.Tiiv of O.migi'K went to Washington to Insist that congress iiu thorie the Dawes commission to treat with the Ostites for the purpose of tulc i i T land in severalty. Ciiaimman Mil'.w.v, of the labor ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 May 1894

TO BE PUSHED. Tho Tariff Bill to Bo Prossod For ward Rapidly. A SHARP DEBATE LIKELY OX SUGAR. riioStnti ltiinl: IsHiin Likely Jo lie fought ton Klnlsh In the Homo ttliiiiil'M Preo Culntixn IJI11 Muy Ho lti'iiortnl from the Committee. "Washington-, Muy 21. The senate will begin tin seventh week of tho dis cussion of tho tarilf bill to-day by tak ing up ho metal .'chedule. and thu prospect is now the entire week will be devoted to the tariff without attempt ill",' any business other than that which ean be done in the llr.st half hour of the daily sessions, and possibly an oc casional brief executive session after (i o'clock for the disposition of uncon tested nominations. .Senator Harris yesterday realllrmed his intention of pressing the bill for ward us rapidly as it may be possible to do so. but he said he had no idea of sin attempt to extend the daily sessions beyond (1 o'clock as long as the work should go on satisfactorily, as at pres ent lie expressed the opinion the re publican...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 May 1894

T v f $ i i VVi. The Nebraska Advertiser, IJ. II. ..." 'S, I'ulitlnhri: tymrjuu'Ti'iv, i.rn fkh Ykak. OFFICIAL PAPER Of NEMAHA COUNTY I'lllDW. MAY 25, I HIM. Auburn Notes. Hubu Klliott v,'ia in Auburn Th ti i s- ily. Hi, anil Mrs. OiiitliPi. of Nemaha, npf nt Tuemluy lu Auburn, Hit iupitn of Mr. a. .('I Mrs. Kd 1C. Sunders. 'I'ho high sohnol commencement ex cioineH will bo bold in tho now opera lifiiiHu th c'voiiiiiK cif .Iiims I, Theio lire Hix rtiduatos this your, I.ydia Skecii, Ultiun Soollohl, Millie DiiikIi, I, Minn Harmon, lUrliBrl liny, und Finnic Clliii. Hobm Stnitli and utiol her darkey niun d Robh uu) in jail, hound over to dl triet (joint lor having robbed Furlong Bustlee's bnrdwnro "tori SHvernl WI't'kH llO. IIoHS bllS COllflMSIid. Tlio loading bitiiitMH, .Ion Nichols nnd Kliuer Miller, mo putting in ox tetudvo Imlli looniH, nnd doe Ih iiIho ro lltting hi.s shop with now liiinltuic throughout. ICut erprlMf. Annii! Abbott, the "Little Hloclrlr Magnet, '' was nt the now op...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 June 1895

5T im i , Lus ' ,f TJI Sl ebrwfa dvertiser. 7 v.nW mm f! J ff I r i YOIAJME XXXIX NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, L895. NUMBER 48 ism m i a. fe I K if-- ' I J r ; IM i ( l f & JL0CJ1JL JYOTHS 4fr School closos today. Tom Crutnmol, town Thursday. of Auourn, was in Mr. nnd Mrs. Oa Scovill drove from Barada Wednesday. up Attend the entertainment of tho "little folks" tomorrow night. T. A. Glark writes us to chango the address of his paper to York, Mo. Mrs.Fannlo Fairbank, of Auburn, visited Nemaha friends several days this week. J. L. ilfolviu carao ovor from Stella Monday, and Is staying in tho drug store for a few days. M. II. Taylor wont to Omaha Mon day, to attend tho meeting of the Pharmacist's association. The recent rains have extended all over the west, and everyone is feeling correspondingly jubilant. Mrs. J. L. Melvln and two daughters came over from Stella Wednesday, and visiting Mrs. M. II. Crother for a fow hours. Mr. and Mr3. E. D, Rogers, of Au burn, came to Nemaha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 June 1895

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER I. W. W. SANDKKS, 1'ulilUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. yx4-xxxx.xAAxxx.4.4.4.A.4.4-x.Juxy JUNE1895. 3 Son. Ma lie 17 323 24 430 ... ft"tt-F Toe. 4 11 18 25 Wed. 5 12 10 20 Thn. G 13 20 27 14 21 28 Sat, 8 L5 22 20 TTTTtf-FTTTTTTrrTl-T THE WOULD AT LAUGH Summary of tbo Daily Nowb AVAMIIM1TO.V NOTKS. Unduk tho hii pur vision of Assistant Kecrctnry Doe, the tunic of revising tlio regulations of tlio United States tinny lias been brought to a close and the volume will soon bo printed and dis tributed to tho army. Ono of the changes made is tho reduction in tlio fcioof tho regimental ling. Tho now ilag will be f. feet (i Inches long, by I foot 1 inches on the htafl Tlio cliange iias not, inoi with a single objection. Tjii: secretary of tho interior has de cided to expend S.10, ()()() put at his dis posal by congress in tho improvement of tho Hot Springs, Arlc, reservation, in work along tho main reservation, and not in tho Whittington reserve, as lias been anticipated. l'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 June 1895

m ? 1 ; , 1 f i "i i 2 ,p i iU as m r v a i ? THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W, 8ANDKKS, Publisher. 'NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE SOUL'S QUESTION. 3 atn Bitting alono In tho twilight gray, The fading light of n summer's day; VhIlo tho tinted clouds in tho western sky Toll of tho brightness alroady gono by: -And night's snblo innntlo will soon bo spread Like a funeral pull o'er n day that is dead, And tho angel of sloop how welcome a gucstt Will quietly lull tho woary to rest. And I sit and think: "I um pro wing old, And tho days of my ltfo will soon bo told! And I ask. In tho authoring darkness, why Must all things beautiful fado and dlo? Is life, sweet life, as brlof as It socmsr ts Heaven only ono of our drofcms? Or, Is thcro a placo whoro theic is no night? Then why so hid from our mortal slghtl" .But I hoar a voice, tender and low: "Child of tho Infinite noodest thou know? Though clouds and darkness encompass tho throne, Suroly tho Lord will t.iko care of Ills own. Hath Ho not kept theo th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 June 1895

THE MEBRASEA ADVERTISER VT. W. KANDI'US, I'uhllMicr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. ONE OF THE HALLUCINATIONS. "I'm Rlxty to-duy, And the Unlit In my oyes, I'm Ruro Is rig clear Am the blue of tho nldos. Do you tUlnlt I am at;ltiif P Ah, Heaven for lild, For I feci Juu on youtiK us ever I did. "I'm nctlro nnd HtrotiR, And my splrlta to-day , Are us high us they cro When my hair (isn't Rray. Do you think 1 tun ukI&i:? Ah, Heaven for bid, For I feci JtiNt us youriK (in over I did. "I InURh ut tho yoars, And I weep for the old, Whoso eyes have frown dim, And whose blood htiH grown cold. Tho fart of It l.s, 1 urn Mmnly u hid, And I feel Just uh j oun an ever I did." IKNVOt. And yet wellurn or sixty in sixty, And between you nnd mo, Ho Isn't us youni as Ho used to be. V. .1 I.umjiton, In Detroit Tree Pr,s. fMpPTB rilAI'TKIl VI. Co.VTi.Nunn. I took tho thorn up gingerly and licld it in the light of the lanturn. It was long, hhiirp and blade, with a glazed look near the point an though some gummy h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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