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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 February 1899

TTW" ehmzku Mdvettim. v. biif " VOLUME XLI1I NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FFB. 3, 1899. DUMBER 32 rw 4- M-" rfifi- F'-Virr fe XV-AV ' f .JLooal ISTows Old pit) era for sale at this ofllco. L. D. Smith moved down on the Brlnegar farm Monday, Geo. Il.Kittoll want to Pawneo City Tuesday, returning the next day. Eutle Gilbert shipped a car load of wheat to Nebraska City Wednesday, Thursday was ground-hog day and ho flaw IiIh ihadow if ho wasn't frozo fast in his hole. Gourue Green is tbo proud father of u ton pound boy, born last Saturday night, Jan. 28th. Mrs.S. F. Bridge went to Auburn Tuesday to see her mother, Mrs. Coli Huh, who is sick. Leo Johnson went to Superior Wednesday. We understand he will go on to Wyoming. V. P. Peabody started for Washburn, Ills.. Thursday, belug called there by the death of his Bister. A. N. Harris shipped a car' load of o.us to Kansas City and a car of corn to Builington Wednesday. A. J. Skeon, of Eskridgo, Kans., ars rived here Monday morning to attend th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 February 1899

l l M F I 1 II THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER . A BLIZZARD'S GRIP. W. W. MANDKKS rnlilUlier. NEMAHA, NI3MIASKA. TILE WORLD AT LARGE, Severe Cold Weather Experienced in Kansas and Missouri. A RECORD-BREAKER IN COLORADO. Summary of tho Dally Nowa WASHINGTON NOTKS. Thk Indian ujjont at tlio Fox and Sac agency, Oklahoma, was directed by tho interior department at Washing ton to talco charge of and give proper attention to the epidemic of nmallpox which hrolco out near Hillabee post ofliee, in tlie Creek nation, and prevent its spreading, as it was feared it would cau.se great fatality among tho In dintiH if permitted to Kpread. This hecrotary of tho interior has made a requisition on tho federal treasury for SJt.OOO.OOO, for the quarter ly pension allownncoH utTopcka, Kan. AtTOHNKY GKNKHAIi OitKinH has rec ommended to congress that $7(10,000 bo appropriated in tho sundry civil bill for a United States penitentiary at At lanta, On. Tint court-martial to try Cotnmissnry General Hagun for conduct...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 February 1899

niiTaiHiniHm'TTililllBII to 1. tHEMBBASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SAN DliltS I'ulilUlicr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE UNWRITTEN LETTER. The streets of the city seemed filled with delight And t'lad with the babblo of Joy; Gay voices of pluasuro mado merry the nlKht And dwelt In the thoughts of a boy. The reefs of distress In that ocean of strlfo Were hid In Its .sparkle and foam, .And youth found no time In the laughter of llfo To wrlto to the loved ones at home. IIo loved them, ah yes! for ho know they were true And would servo him In sickness or health, Jo task but their hands would most Joy fully do To aid him In want or In wealth. At morning and evening they whispered his name, Though far from their paths he might roam, Yet found ho no time in his pleasures for shame! To write t& tho loved ones at home. A message "your mother is dead" and she died With tho name of her boy on her tongue. And oh, for tho letter her heart was de nied! The song that can never bo sung. And all through the year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 February 1899

rw rmmmmmnr" iiiwi.-whjmju.- t . i I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i i i !! W. W. HANOKKH, l'ublUhnr. NEMAHA, NEURASKA. RILEY'S FOLKS. Eometlmcfl, when thltiKH don't Hecm to ko Jen' rlfflit about tho place, Whon heln' noro uuemn Jch' as bad an bcln' in (llHgrnce, When everything booh wrontf, you know, ah sometimes they will do, And the blue that should bo In tho sky in nil penned up In you It'n then I Ilka to Jen' nit down all by my self nomuwhcrcH, With one o' Klley's books, to sort o'brlRht cn up nttnlrH. Them people ltlloy writes nbout has red Diood in Uitir veitiH, They're folkH that lives nnd breathes, they'vo got their Joys and uoheu and pulnii; ISnch ono of 'em has got a henrt you al most feel It beat; They're not linaKlnary folks, they're peo ple that wa meet, .And when they stand boforo mo ns he paints 'em I'm Inclined To feel n sort of proudness that I'm ono o' Illlty'ii kind. I mind how kind of choked I was when my boy went away, Tears wouldn't como and seemed ns If tho load nr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 February 1899

r 'W: " -w i, GOOD YEAE AT HAND. Extraordinary Prosperity in Store for American Farmers. Cblcnico Still In the GrentcM Ornli And Iilvc Stock market In the WcMtcrn World I'"lcurc 1'roTo thu Claim. Special Chicago Letter. Chicago's two great industries are lie grnln and live stock trades. It was Enid some years ago that Kan sas City and Omuhn would outstrip the western metropolis as stock markets and that the same cities, Duluth and Minneapolis would crowd it pretty close as grain markets. Oillclal ilgurcs of lust year's transac tions of the Chicago board of trade and the Union Stock yards, furnished to me by the ofllccrs of the two corpora tions, prove that the Illinois city still is the greatest trading center in prod uce of every description, and indica tions that it will remain the lender for many yenrs to come are reliable. It is possible that the famous Loiter wheat deal, which was iloatcd in April, 1807, and collapsed July 1, 1898, had something to do with the enormous totals o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 February 1899

tl RM I THE INDIAN BILL UP. 'Senator Allison Mnkca an Effort to Have the Measure Considered. RESOLUTION OF SENATOR MASON. rh Wccridnry of War AUnd for Infor mation About Our Jdok Troop In Our Now Acquisitions rrncntwt Alnilo on tli (i Army Kill. Washington, Jan. .11. An ofTort on tho part of Senator AUIhoii to obtain consideration In tlio senate yoslorday for thu I ml tun appropriation bill pre cipitated a running dobatu which on cupicd all tho time until tho senate, at two o'clock, wont into executive cession on thu peace treaty. Senator Jones, of Arkansas, leading tho opponents of the treaty, opened thu debate by insisting that time ohould bo taken for tho discussion of ponding resolutions having a collater al bearing upon tho treuty, boforo tho treaty itself was disposed of, and Sen ator Bacon's resolutions finally were laid before tho senate. After some parliamentary sparring tho resolu tions were made tho text of a strong rpeoch by Senator Carter, of Montana, Ordinarily calm an...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 February 1899

"H"T, '1 r After the Grip Thousands orpoonlo say Hood's Sarsapa rllla quickly restores tho nppctltc, regulates tlio heart, vitalizes tho blood, cures those sharp pains, dizziness, hoavy head, that tired feeling. Hood's Sarsaparilla has mar velous power to expel nil poisonous disease perms from tho blood, and ovorcomo the extreme weakness which is ono of tho pecul iar effects of tho grip. Get only Hood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine (or tho grip Hood'o Pills cure all Lilvcr Ills. S3 cents. TRACK MEN RUN DOWN. I.ncotnotlvn Striken n Jnn of Work men ut it Tunnel mid Nono Kc;pe Without Injury. JoIiii'h Uooil MciiIn. Several ladies sat in one of the Colonial club parlors a few evenings ago discussing inc virtues 01 tnoir nusuaiuis. them, re- Hini'lcton' said one of to her lite partner, "ncv ".Mr, ferring to her lite partner, "never drinks, never sweats, nor does ho cuew. "Does he ever smoke?" some one asked. "Yes, he always likes a cigar just after he has eaten a good meal, l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 February 1899

WEE '' '5yn:i','?''J l '""MWf " fH' !' 'i-"yy-y r--,, , ns?WRr5" """Tr "7 '"Fr ',,' .T'nf.lfT-yf, MrfVffnJMflSXVn KMttWIMMIMlMIWHMlHII.IHIB 0xrsmK wmiMrjniiM,iiBwnxu!mMrtBmwieM'NNt nwvmmtmmrjmnm&nmMtftwm ii(iiwim nummnmiiwiBMi 1 if i i oBKnitmm iwnmtm iluiwucria&tiiiniJftv)iirn-ui? r & ft b i' ft ' i V I f . f,v tl r r iv i' KSHMiSMVfii4Y:B UUHLS Whtltt All MSf liliR. Best Onuiti Syrup. 'i'nMco U01. Ueo in iiiiio. hold ly nnigxintn. Iflsf JllflUfjfl ? 1 rlt. W. W. KEELING, ft km aha City, Nisimiaka, Office at tho drug store. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public Nemaha City, Nob I K ilMP SMtilMS VMS V PLASTERER Acmo mid Aunt'to work a npcolnlty. CIh terns hullt. l'npor IliitiKlntr, KuIhoiiiIiiIiiu nil WliltowushltiB Uono. Imw prlooH, All ork wiirninlocl. Kerker & Hoover, Dnnlor hi MEATS HlnhoNt prloc;pnlil forhldoR, lnrd, tnilovf jramo, nlo NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. J. H. SEID, llroodor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. "SWo luivo llio tIrh, whoa you wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 March 1899

w 'wpfWSWV int'P Wwr ,wwwpii-gip 'r vf,prr, rw" v -m n r VOLUME XLIU NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FIIIDAY, MARCH 31, 1899. NUMBER 40 $ 1l (j 4f6w v i f Local ISTews Who fluid spring wns hero? More of tho beautiful snow. Old papers for sale at lliis ofllcc. NextTuesdsy la village election day. Sam Anderson viBitod Auburn Tues day. Did any one phiut potatoes on Good Friday? Mrs. Slim Morris wont to Lincoln Monday. Mrs. It. J. Unit returned from Oinas ha Wednesday. l)r. Gaither returned from Omaha Wednesday night. Misses Nora Aynes and May Gaitlier visited Brownville Tuesday. Dr. Keeling was nulled to Brown villo Tuesday to see a patient. Miss Veva Clark and Miss Lulu Buclienau went to Brock Friday. Today is potato planting day, but wo do not beliovo many will bo planted. An early Easter doesn't indicate an early spring this year, by any means. Carpenters aro .now pushing the work on the Duff elevator at thl3 place. Instead of planting potatoes on Good Friday, some of our citizens wore tdeighrid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 March 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W.'XV. HANUKKS I'ultlUlif r. NEMAHA, NEBBASKA. LOVE AND PET ME NOW. Take my withered hands In youra, Children of my soul, Mother's heart Is cravlnt; love, Mother's crowing old. Seo tho snows of many years Crown my furrowed brow. As I've loved and netted yon, I.ove and pot mo now. I.ny your linnds upon my head, Smooth my whitened hair, l'vo been crowing old tho while You've been growing Hilr. I havo tolled and prnye d for you Ask not why or how As l'vo loved und petted you, Love und pet mo now. Tako my withered hands In yours, Children of my heart, Mrithor'tu growing old. your lovo Makes of llfo sweet part. Touch with lovo my faded cheek. Kiss my anxious brow. As l'vo loved and petted you, I,ovo and pet mo now. Tako my withered hands In yours, Hold them closo and strong. Cheer mo with a fond caress, Twill not bo for long. Youth Immortal soon will crown "With Its wreath my brow. At I loved and petted you, I.ovo und pet mo now, Tako my wlthorcd hands In yours, T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 March 1899

i' i i SOME HOT FIGHTING. Rear Guard of Aguinaldo's Army Makes a Stand at Mariloa. COMMISSIONS ISSUE PROCLAMATION The Htniloitlo Movement to ICiitrap tlm In- urcMiti Hi'twon otir I.lncs I'rnimltljr it Kiillurn UiiHUiiltle In tlm Twentieth ICuiisim Ainirlonn I.ohhoh. "Manila, March 23. A thousand Fill plnos, composing the rear guard of tho rebel army, which Is retreating on Malolos, Aguinaldo's headquarters, made a stand yesterday in some strong Intrcucliments about Mariloa, across the Mariloa river. In the engagement six Americans were killed, Including throo ollleers, and 40 wero wounded. The American forces advanced from Maynuvan, the brigade commanded by Uen. Harrison Gray Otis being on tho left of tho railroad and (Ion. Hale's on the right. They eventually dis cerned while roofs with steeples among tho green trees by tho river, looking not unlike a Massachusetts village. The rebels had an unfordablo river in front of them, and they poured a fire so effective that It showed that ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 March 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANOKUM, l'ublliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE LITTLE FARMHOUSE. Duck In the little farmhouse, on the quiet countryMdel And I think of a bygone- summer, when I wnH a happy bride. T worked In the little kitchen; you tilled the fertile land! For the rainy ilnyn a-coinltiK. wo tollcd'nnd Hiived nnd planned. Hack In the little fnrmhounel And memory brlnRH to view A cozy room, scant furnished, nnd n table nprend for two. Duck In the little farmhouse, haunted with mem'rlcH mvcet, I nee fatnlllur faces, and lint for the tread of feet. Hack In the little fnrmhouno, dingy, nnd old, and brown, (Not like the newer dwelling, tip In the nearest town). Ten yearn have none, my dcnrcHt, and we come iinnln to-day, To trend familiar footpathn, In the morning cool and Kray. Hack at the little farmhouse, we necm to hnve youn;er Krown; The yards aro the name, my dearest, and the Krasn In newly mown; The tftock In the river pasture at the sumo fence corner Htop, And tho corn 1h ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 March 1899

r ' L '1 ? US. WHIT A KICK drew up her little brown and white pony with an ex pression of disgust on her face itnd wnited until the wagon, with the long box covered with nn old black shawl, had passed her on its wny to the village burying ground. "Another pauper's funeral," Mrs. Whitaker murmured, looking over her shoulder, as she drove on past the town farm. Again Anne Whitakcr's lips curled. "Old men and funerals, right next door;" and this time she struck the slow-moving pony a gentle blow with her equally slow-moving whip. Now Mrs. Anne Whitaker was not a hnrdili carted woman. She was only an Indignant land owner who found her haiuUomc farmhouse almost ruined for residential and property purposes by its proximity to the poor farm. This farm, adjoining Mrs. Whitakcr's, had been, left to the town last year. "It's not that I don't want, the pau pers to be comfortable," said Mrs. Whitaker, as the pony trotted up the driveway toward the barn; "but 1 must say I don't care to have them...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 March 1899

. v MEKCK BATTLING-. Amerlcari3 Inaugurate a Warfare at Manila to Crush Insurgents. At Dajrbrenk Niituril ij tlin 1'iirwnl Movo- nimit lldsiui mill It Wai Kntt Ho All D.tjr mid Itomimnil Miliitliiy l.iit Of ('ilHllltltllK. Manila, March 2t. At daybreak Sat wirday morning u Kenernl attack on tlio limurunlH massed to tins north of Manila hutfan with a forward move ment of threo I ritfiidcsunderdcn. M lie Arthur and tin Independent lirltfudt) under (Jen. Wheaton. About li'.uou American troops became cntrnuvd and tho fltfhtlntf continued all day. 'I'hu Americans have been HUCcoHsful at every point, but with heavy loss when compared with previous cne;nc;ciiicnth. A conservative cstlmntu places our losi at 10 hilled and 1110 wounded. No list lias been prepared yut. The brigades that toolt part in the flffht were thorns under cotnniand of fioti. Harrison (Iray Otis, Hen. Hall and (Jen. Male. Hen. Otis' brigade conslHtH of tho Twentieth Kansas, first Montana, First Idaho, Klr.st -California...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 March 1899

r 1 KNOWLEDGE TOO INDEFINITE. Thn I'rrnlilcnt Will Not Dnnlito Upon u I'nr- tnani'iit I'nllcy for tlm riilllpplnoi Until l Ik) C'fiiniuUxlon llopnrl. Washington. March 25. Tlic admin istration will not decide tipon Its per munont policy respecting the Philip pines until tho Schurmnn commission reports. It fools tliat its present Idiowleilgu is too indcilnite as a basis for a Uxed policy. Moreover, an im mediate decision is felt to be needless, since, for the present, the only problem is the restoration of law and order and the establishment of stable and peace ful conditions. Tills and the appoint ment ot a diplomatic representative at Madrid arc two of tho most important matters remaining open. The Madrid mission probably will be raised to an embassy soon after payment of the '20,000,000 indemnity, and a man of the highest qualifications and attain ments chosen for this delegate and important post, Uen. Woodford may not be the new envoy, owing to the fact that New York already has ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 March 1899

( arere mwuwmup giwwv.irMwiim.itewnBijamTOwwiMBW The Nebraska Advertiser fm.HAmwlH, M CUKtS WMHfc AIL llbl AHS. Q U Ucst Cuutfh Hjrup. Tnnton (lixnl. Um Rl E In limn. Polrt br dnmnlrtw. gf p- p-, H.1J"niillHs I'ubUtHtr, Baif-f-irifirii-jigrirwp ( . i pit. W. W. KEELING, Nkmaha Oitv, Nkhhaka, Ofllco at tlio drug store Notary W.W.SANDERS, : - : Public Nemaha City, Nob IllMil SFtABUMZY PLASTERER Aotno mill Agatlto work n Hpocliilty. Oln oniH lm lit. I'npor Hanging, KiiInoihIiiIiik nil WliltowiiNliltig dono. Low prices, All tork wurriiiiliiU. Kerkcr & Hoover, Doolor In MEATS HlKliontprlcoHpiild forhWoH, Urd, tnllow Rftino, file NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA, FIUDAY, MARCH 31, 18HD. J. H. SEID, llroodor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- "Wo havo tho rigs, when you would drive; 0r toaniH look woll, they uro nllvo, Rigs horo Hint alilne; they lira O. K. Keep truck ot Workman's ovory day. Men llko our toamH; tlioy'ro made to go, J0.m In tlio humous imvur hIow. Noxt tlmo you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 April 1899

ebr&slw dvettim 32 VOLUME XLIII NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1899. X UMBER 41 5" mmrm wymvm TTST Kit r. &. i- kV '. , "!- - JLocal 3NTews Old papers for sale nt ttifs ofllce. Assessor Drtiln ia now making his rounds. Mrs. J. II. Littrell went to Johnson Thursday. G. N. TUub visitfd Syracuse the QrBt o the week. We had a white Easter as well ua a white Christmas. Lewollyn Williams was up from Sbubert Wednesday. Tho Methodist Sunday school gave each scholar u nico Easter card last Sunday. J. M. Burress was elected mayor of Auburn, over Torn Crummel, tho pres ent mayor. Call in and see us for way down clubbing rates on your winter's supply cf reading matter. Sam Anderson went to St. .Too Thursday to buy a big stock of spring and summer goods. An elegant line of latest styles wall paper just received at Koeling'a drug store. Call and see. Edwin S. Morrison and wifo aro re joicing over tho birth of a daughtor who arrived Monday. Sam Soper, who has been visiting Nemaha frien...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 April 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADYERTISEB IV. XV. HANDIIK", Pulillnlmr. NEMAHA, - NRBHASKA. TWO CITIES. Two cIIIch lyliiK together One full of dust and strife, And tlio weary, hopeless, batllo For Kiln and fiwnu nnd llfo. The otlicr, crowded with people, Yet ohl ho calm and mill, With tho green grass ltlto a carpet, Unsolled on vale or hill. Thero are fret within tho city, Hut thny seem content to rent; And hands that Ho close fotded Over each tranquil bream ; And eyes that behold no lienuty In earth, or sen, or sky; And hearts that have ceased tholr throbbing. Full satisfied, they lie, In the Hood of noontldo glory, In the moonlight's peaceful i;low; Peasant and lord together, Ah tho suasnns eomo and go. Two cities upon tho borders Of a river dark and wide Ono whero tho people tremble To croHH tho swelling tide. And enter tho Icy waters With prayers and hated breath; This Is the land of tho living Tho river, tho men call Death. Ono stop and tho other elty, With Its shnfts of tnarhlu white Marking th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 April 1899

n : v v T I J tl, r' i i 7 A HARVEST OF DjiATJ. Biz Mrn Killed In unit Neur .Toiilln, .Mo. Three Vletlmwof u Onve-lii iiml TIitho Killed In Mine. Joplin, Mo., April . Six fattilitics occurred in. and near Joplin yesterday, three men being crushed and smoth ered to death in a sewer cave-in, ono being killed by falling down a mining shaft at Lone Elm, one being killed by falling out of the hoisting tub iti the Parr Hill mine and ono falling down a shaft at Oronogo. The sewer victims were William Noiberger, Otto Minisch and Walter ISitnti. They, with 20 other men, were working in a narrow sewer ditch 17 feet deep. While the men were timbering up the sides of the ditch several tons of loose earth caved in, burying ltunn and Minisch com pletely and covering Nelberger up to his neck. Two other men got out with slight injuries. Rescuers began work at once, the piteous appeals of .Nelberger for relief hastening their movements, but the narrowness of the ditch and the necessity of planking u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 April 1899

THE MEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDICUs, I'uiilUlirr. NEMAHA, - . - - NEHRASKA. WHEN A'NT JERUSHY DIED." Now, A'tit Jcrunliy Illglnboom wuh inlildlln' well tor (to, And of all her near rolatloiiH vn bereft, F everybody wondered, when they hoKrd Unit hIicM pot tlirouali, Where the money was ii-goln' that flhe left. Hut, mikiH alive! she hadn't moro'n been ineaHiired fcr her sluoiiil When relatlveH sprutiK up from fur and wide, On the cars and on theHteambont they kep' t'otnln' In a crowd, And they cot hero soon an A'nl Jerushy died. There wan her Kranil-ncplievv Sllim thnt had Jest koI outer Jail, There, wjih Huldy Ann, her niece, from Tonnes-nee; Then un Coimln Job, the parson, Hnd his Mister AblKall, And her ma's ha'f sinter'. hviHband, Kzry It . There was Cnp'n Inane Goober, who Uvea nome'eres down In Maine lie's ii coufln on lili wlfo Marla'a Hide lie wh Roln' tor Mil ferChlny but. Inntend, lie took the train Fer these dlRKln'x, oon as A'nt JeruHhy died. Well, the fun'ral was a bi...

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