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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 April 1899

I J Eh Jffebmska Mdvertiser. ipVLHRfl VOLUME XLI1I NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1899. DUMBER 44 uflHi j.'i . ' i 1 .Local News Old papers for sale at this ofllcc. Head Frank Jay's big advertisement on the last page. Base balls, bats and Heeling's drug store. accessories (it Frank Woodward started forGreely, Colorado, Tuesday morning. L. II. Merritt is building a Qno bouse for a Mr. Dovol, living near Howo. The young folks bavo had lota of fun boatilding during the high wa.er. The Upworth Leaguers aro prepar ing to give an entertainment soon. Dan Bennett, of Barney, visited No tuaba friends two or three days this week. If you want to buy a hammock call at Keehng's drug store and inspect the nice ones they have. Will Flack has moved on ono of W. A. Stephenson's farms, east of Auburn, where he will work this year. Oscar F.Scovlll moved on tlio John Dorram farm, now owned by Mrs. Morrison, tho first of the week. Mrs. Anna Fillmore has been ap pointed postmaster at St. Deroin, in ...

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. — 28 April 1899

r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V. HANUKIf, 1'ulilUlipr. NEMAHA, NRBUASKA. TUB WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. Tl'ASlIINOTON NOTIiS. Tub board of brevets untl moduis at Washington on tho 10th reported tho names of tho men to whom mcdulH of honor wore grunted for extraordinary services and bravery during the Span ish war. Tho board also awarded 189 certificates for bravery. Tin: department of state was in formed on tho Ulst by the consul at San Salvador that the city of San Vin cento had suffered from severe earth quakes and that no telegraphic com munication could bo had with that city, which was reported in ruins. lCx-Oov. Loin), of Oregon, declined tho tender of the mission to I'ersia. KX-SlX'ltKTAHY till It UMAX WIIH OIIO of President JMcKinley's callers on tho !51st. Although his recent severe ill- uess lias left Htm wan ami linn no thin looked remarkably well considering his advanced age. The president greeted him cordially. Mr. Sherman remained but a few minutes. A iii...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 April 1899

r irV, V Gen. Otis About to Execute an Im portant Movement. EFFORT TO FLASK THE INSURGENTS. JL'rlRonrrH Captured State Tlmt Aguluutilo IIua 11 I. urge Force, at Ciiluniptt ltebcls Attempt to Destroy it ItrlilRii Fifty Filipino Killed. Washington, April 25. Information received at the war department indi cates that Gen. Otis is about to execute another important movement, the ini tial features of which are shown by the press advices from Manila. The objec tive point is the insurgent town of Calumpit, being' about eight miles northwest of Malolos. It was here that the insurgents concentrated after be ing driven out of their capital, setting Tip u new capital and making it the liase of their operations. In moving on this stronghold Gen. Otis proposes to conduct two distinct operations. Tlio first one, under Maj. Gen. MacArthur, has for its purpose pushing straight forward from Malolos along the rail road and striking at Calumpit from the south. The second one is under Maj -Gen. Law ton...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 April 1899

THE MEBBASKA ADVERTISER TV. W. HANUKItS 1'nblliher. NKMAIIA, NBKHASKA. HOME WITH HER. Homo to lior, when day Ih dono, Homo to tlio wlfo yoti lovo; Homo from tlio whir, wklo world, Bwlft iih tlio homing dove. Tlicro wns never a drenm ho swofft, Tlicro wjib never a hoo no hrlsiit, Ab tlio dream nnd tlio hope to 1)0 With her In tho candlellBlit. Homo with her when toll In o'er. Homo from care and strife. Homo from the wide, wldo world, Homo with your lovlntf wlfo. Thoro wnH nover a kingdom hrond, Tlicro wan never an IhIo at hp.i, Ono-half ho happy, half no fair, Ah my IiiRlcHldo to mo. Homo to her nt BCt of min, Homo to the eycH of her, Homo to her Htnllo and her voice, Far from tho thorns that wore. Thero won never a crown of kinRS, Tlicro wan never a wreath of hays, I.lko tho touch of her hand, her lips, Tho word of her honcHt praise. Homo to her, and homo to her Unto tho eml of llfo; Homo to her, and homo to her. Homo to my loving wife. Let Glory caper on IiIb stood And Fnmo her sta...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 April 1899

r vft k T lft&fef tm.jmrarMac'Xi, i D)5 Ajiiv; rarffij PH nMy ...-4 : p 1ST- r Wfc o.r. v TUMBLING MUSTARD. A Drutructlvr "Weed Which Wnh Vlrat Noticed In the United State Twenty-One Ycnrn Ak We illustrate tumbling mustard, known scientifically as Sisymbrium Al tissimum. This is one of the plants Hint have, already obtained too great u foothold in this country for us to hone to exterminate it. Tumbling mus tard is called so from the fact that when it is ripe it breaks of! and is blown along the ground by the wind. The rounded shape of the plant makes this characteristic of great value, as to the propagation and dissemination of the plant, as it is said to travel even faster TUMBLING MUSTARD. than the Russian thistle. The plant was introduced into this country from Europe previous to 1S7S, as it was first noticed in that year in Philadelphia. It is probable that it had been growing in out-of-the-way places for some years before being noticed. Since that time it has spread over mu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 April 1899

,1 I i PORTO RICO SCHOOLS. Victor H. (Murk, Ntili-Mlrertnr of ICilunitlnn, ItopnrtA Tluit Tlie.v Am In 11 Viiry Crude (,'oiillllf)ii. Wniihington, April 22. In u report to Hie Hccrctury of war, Dr. Victor H. Clark, sub-director of public instruction In Porto Itico, hii.vh Hint only &ri0 a month can bo offered to American teachers, with transportation to the is land from New York. The rhiglish ripcalciiiff supervisors are men, and through them It Is hoped to weed out abuses and develop home system of con trol. Ah understood in this country there is no system of higher education in I'orto Rico. No school on the is land all'ords adequate preparation for American college work. There Is no co-education of the sexes. No school houses exist on the island, the schools usually being held at the residences of the teachers. Only a part of the pupils have text-books. About fiJi-fl schools are reported in the island and u little over SilOO.uOO iH annually paid for their support. A great desi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 April 1899

r 3f ' 'JURY SAYS "NOT GUILTY." Vnltotl Ktutrn Hotmtor (Jiiuy Cleared of the Charge of Ciiiinilrucy (lov. Stone A- poliitK Illui SiMiutor. I'hUndclphin, April 22. Matthew Stanley Quay was yesterday declared "by a jury of his peers to be not guilty of the uhnrgu of conspiring to use for his own unlawful gain and profit the funds of the state of Pennsylvania, deposited in the People's bank, of this city. This verdict was announced by the foreman of the jury just as the hands of the courthouse time piece pointed to 11 o'clock. When the jurymen had taken tlieir seats in the box the senator turned and half faced them. The ques tion, "Mow say you, gentlemen of the jury; do you find the prisouur at the bar guilty or not guilty?" brought promptly from the foreman's lips the words, "Not guilty," and at this point Senator Quay's face Hushed and ho seemed momentarily as if about to bo overcome by the feeling of emotion that was surging over him. This was only for an instant, however, and tho g...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 April 1899

fj) AilW HHWy iiwuiiimiiwi'iniii miMWOTW TJU iw m HI1IIJILUP rl'.lJI.JllJMIM).HMllliptlW 1 GREAT IN JAYS PRGE 1ST m our X. MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises. Men's oxira heavy Overalls '15c Roys' extra heavy Overalls .40c Child s Brown id Overalls 80c Men's Gingham Jackets - Men's heavy Denim Jackets Mon's host quality Work Shirts - Boys' best quality Work Shirts Men's fancy Dross Shirts - .'. Boys' fancy Dross Shirts Mon's good ribbed Undershirts , Mon's good ribbed Drawors Men's good Socks Boys' good Socks Mon's rod Handkerchiefs Mon's blue llandkorchiofs Mon's Sheepskin Gloves Mon's Goatskin Glovos - Boys' Goatskin Gloves - Men 's heavy Suspondors Men's fancy Suspenders Boys' fancy Suspondors Mon's straw (work) Hats .. Boys' straw (work) Hats. Men's good felt Hats Boys' good folt Hats. Mon's Plow Shoes (warranted). Boys' Work Shoos (warranted) - -; Trunks, good Valisos, good Telescopes, good I also hae a complete line of Fancy Caps, Shoes, etc. BB T...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 May 1899

ebrwsfw Mdvertiser. X VOLUME XLIU NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1899. XUMBER 45 Eh I i Local Ne-Vvs Cliailoy Curttright is at Stella laying alone. Jim BurnB moved into his now houae Thursday. Mrs. Alf. 13. Klnton went to Peru Thursday. Base bulls, bnts and accessories at Koeliug's drug atore. Monday was Dowoy dny, but it was not celebrated in Nemaha. Mrs. May Baldwin has been Buffering lroui au attack of quinBey for several duya. Joseph II. Flack has been sick for several days but is able to be around agaiu. There will bo a good many peaches in thia section, judging from present indications. Misa Veva Clark has been suffering with tonsilitus for several days, but is some better. Jake Shuck went to Julian Tuesday, where he will go to work for hia cou Bin, Mr, Oissil. If you want to buy a hammock call at Heeling's drug stora and inspect the nice ones tiioy have. Rev. IV. W. Hallum failed to keep Lis appointment to preach at the Chris tian church last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kempt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 May 1899

h THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKIC, I'nl.ll.lirr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WOULD AT LAKGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTUS. .St:cm:TAitv Lonu, of tlic imvy depart ment, sent, a letter to C'npL. (.'ojrhlan, of tliu Itnlcitfh, repi-lmimdln liim for his recent indiscreet tulle about the (Icr liiiuis at Manila. Ait.Mvand navy oflicials at Wnshine; toii on the 'JSth Were of the opinion that the end of the Filipino insurrec lion was in sltfht in view of the cable gram received from (Sen. Otis that Atiinaldo had requested a eessation of hostilities to allow tlie siimmoninir of the Filipino congress to decide, upon the question of asking for peace. It was stated at the war department that Col. I-'uiihton woidd secure a brig adier general's eoinmlssion as a reward for his sei'viees in the various engage ments culminating in his during and heroic feats on the 27th. It, was also stated that, both Col. Punston and the two men who crossed the river under the lire of the Filipinos w...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 May 1899

i AMERICANS ADVANCE The Town of Macabebe Captured The People Shout "Vivas." A REPORT OX THE COXFEREXCE. 'resident Schtirtunn Cables About tho In- torvliMV with AkuIiiii11('h Kcprescnt- iitHcx- Gllmnrc mid III AIn Prlnoncr.4. Manila, May 2. (ion. MacArthur has .sent ollieers to Gen. Antonio Luna, the Filipino commander, under a flag of truce, carryiny money and provisions for American prisoners in his hands, and asking- an exchange of prisoners and the names of such as lie may have. It is reported that the insurgents have two ollieers and 10 others, and it is sup posed that among these are Lieut. .1. C. Gilmore and 11 men of the crew of the United States gunboat Yorktown, who fell into the hands of the Filipinos last month when the gunboat visited Italer, on the east coast of Luzon. Maj. J toll, witli a squad of scouts, lias captured the town of Macabebe, about four miles southwest of Caliini pit, the people ringing bells and shout ing1 "vivas." The American army is now employing Mue...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 May 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADYERTISEB W. XV. HANUKICS I'ublUhfir. NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. A RAINY DAY. Kinder Itko a ntormy tiny, take It all to- KetJjT; Won't believe I'd want It Jeat only pleasant weather; If th ky wan allcrs blu, guest I'd b compUilnln', And a ooHtcrln' around, wlahln' It waa raltiln'. I.lko f ntormy mornln' now, -with tho wa ter (tannin From the eaves and from tho Bpout.t, foam In' nnd n-sphtahln', "With tho leaves and twlps around, slilnln' wet nnd drlppln', Hhakin' In the wind with drops cvery-whlch-way aklpppln'. I.lko ter seo tho jruatn of rain, where therc'ii naught tcr Hinder, tt:Ul acroat tho Ileitis and como "apat" (ifralnBt tho winder, Btrcakln' down along- the panes, flootlln' nlllH and IcdRCfl, Makln' llttlo fountnlns-lllco In tho Hash's cdeon. Llko tor flee the brooks and pontls dimpled up all over, TAkc ter wo tho tH'inon-'n Hhlnoon the bend In' clover, I.Ike ter see tho k-ippy ducks In the pud- (11 en tmllln', And tho Htuck-irp rooster all tfrciKRlod wet and trallln'....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 May 1899

'31 1 7 SETTING WAGON TIRES. Knriucrn Clin Do Till Work More Hf- feutlvely anil Cheaply Than the IlliteUxmltli. There are many jobs that a farmer can do for himself, if lie only makes the at tempt. One of these is the setting of the tires on the wheels of his vehicles. The usual charges at a shop for one wheel will exceed the cost to the farmer of scttiugull four, and the time spent in hauling them to and from the shop, to say nothing of the trouble and vexa tion of unsatisfactory work or ruined wheels, is far greater than it would be to do the work himself. To do this it requires an outlay of only the cost of a metal trough and liuseed oil, about WHEEL IN POSITION FOR SETTING. half a gallon to a set of wheels, though more than enough to do the work will be needed, as the trough, while boiling, must be tilled so as to cover the felloes. This trough (a) can be made of gal vanized iron by a tinner. It should he about 28 inches long, three inches wide and live inches deep at the middle...

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. — 5 May 1899

CYCLONE VISITS IOWA. Onn IVrmin Killed mid Hererul Kutully fn- J ii mil Nriir Oiiiivvit Hlorm Htmpt livery I IiIiik In IIh 1'utli. On awn, In., April 08. A terrific wind storm, followed by rain and liall, swept the Soldier valley Wednesday night, leaving death and ruin in iU path. Over an inch of rain fell and a heavy hailstorm lasted 12 minutes. Leslie Ktinio, aged ten, was hilled and a half doen persons worn fatally injured. The storm was the most severe at the homo of the Kurnes. The family had gone lo hed, when they were awakened by a terrific noise. The house, was raised bodily and dashed to pieces. This boy, Leslie, waa found dead (10 feet away. Everything on the place was wrecked. The tor nado first made its appearance at the farm of dcorgo Mwenson, in Monroe county, and wrecked everything. The. family escaped by talcing to the cellar. The storm then crossed over into Craw ford county and destroyed buildings and stock on the farms of Kev. II. .1. Itjoreham, Anton Hanson, ArlA...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 May 1899

y "THE FATHER OF ARIZONA. Adventurous Career of Clitirlen IX l'ONtoii lit the Territory' Karl)- Da yn. The lcgislnture of Arizona litis just )iii.si'd an net conferring' a pension of $!J5 a month on Charles 1). l'oston, first delegate to congress from the territory, styled in the hill "The Father of Ari yona." For more than n score of years l'oston wis a power in the .southwest. To-day, broken and feeble in mind and body, lie stumps around Phoenix alone and neglected, almost destitute, in his seventy-fourth year. 1'oston's first venture into Arizona was in 1S.11, when he explored the Apache country with an Intrepid band of 30 California prospectors, The jour ney was made by way of (Juayinas, So nora. Several large deposits of rich sil ver ore were found not far from the an cient Spanish pueblo of Titbae. and l'os ton, laden with mineral specimens, hur ried to Xew York. There he readily se cured the necessary llnancial assistance, at the head of the company formed be ing, S. 1'. (aft...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 May 1899

M4jBKHiwaauui'uii'juituiWMMiiimtu wnrmT. n J-,M1mU,.LM.i?? Special vV ufil S MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises. Mon's oxtra lioavy Overalls J5c I Joys' extra heavy Overalls 'iOc Child's Brownie Overalls 30c Men's Gingham .Jackets 8fc Men's heavy Denim Jackets -...,.. .... '!f)c Men's best quality Work Shirts .uJL -liie - Boys' host quality Work Shirts ., .........., -'10c Mon's fancy Dress Shirts - -...50c Boys' fancy Dross Shirts ...!......, l.-10c Men's good ribbed Undershirts - 25c Mon's good ribbed Drawers :. 25c 31 on's good Socks 'Jc Boys' good Socks '.. ....-....; 8c Mon's rod Hand kerchiefs L tic Mon's blue Uandkorchicfs -'. .... 5c Men's Sheepskin G loves . 20c Mon's Goatskin Gloves '.. ...-.m.......'.. -25c Boys' Goatskin Gloves '.., -20c M en 's heavy Suspenders .'. 25c Mon's fancy Suspenders :.... ,...... 25c Boys' fancy Suspenders -. ., 10c Mon's straw (work) ITats ,... - dc .Boys' straw (work) Hats ;. - 3c Men's good felt ITats -...-. -50...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 May 1899

he Mehmzka Avtrtim. SESm VOLUME XLI1I NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FUIDAY, MAY 12, 1899. NUMBER 4G SU If you buy it at LOYVMAN'S it's GOOD. We have received an entire New Stock of DRY GOODS, consisting of HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, and the finest selection of WASH DRESS GOODS in Nemaha county. Wc guarantco our prices and quality against all competitors. Give us n look, EDW. E. LOWMAN, Brownville, Nebr. DEY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and OHINA. See Lownian's now ad. Old papers for sale at this ofilce. Croquet suts for sale at Reeling's drug store. Henry Williams wa3 up from Shu bert Tuesday. Koeli tie's drug store has just received a Kock of fresh paint. M The Sniggles Family at the opera house Saturday night. Albert Lewis shipped a car of cattle to Kansas City Tuesday. M.irt May and daughter, Miss Minnie, went to Omaha Tuesday. See the program of tho Sniggles Family entertainment on the la t page. Miss Eleanor Galhraith came in from Johnson Sunday morning, returning Monday. S. K. Anderson, W...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 May 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. RANUICIft I'ulilUliar. NEMAHA, - - - NKHUASKA. y4,4,j.Xj.4.44.xxJ.x4.xxa.J,X4.J.4.4- MAY 1899. Sun. 14 2 Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. SaU "T2 3l JLJLi 8 Tlji 22 23 2? 25 26 27 Z7 OU o 28 TWTTrTv-rTv THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. WASHINGTON NOTi:S. Ukau Admiral S thwart, paymaster general of the navy, Iihh been retired. Tun Association of Aineriean I'hysl clans convened at Washington the :id. 'J'mi: attorney general on the .'Id in structed United States Attorney Super ut South McAlcster, I. T., to remove all cattle in the Creek and Cherokee nationH not belonging to Indians. Tin: president has appointed Her l(iH. W. Itowen. of New York, as inin- ..(.,. i,s Pufutn Mr ItniviMi win coil-I Mil general at Harcelona beforo the Spanish war broke out. lliwi. (ikn. Thomas M. Andkrro.v, wlio has returned recently from the Philippines, has been assigned to the command of tho department of the lakes. It was recently reported that theru was a growing bel...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 May 1899

t A The Demoralization of the Rebel Troops Culminates in a Split. A DARING DEED OF THE REBELS. They Kun n Train Almost to tho American Outposts mill Tour Up tho Track Situation In tliu Phlllplno Islands. Manila. May 0. Tho demoralization of the Filipino army 1ms oulminated in an open revolt by Gen. Mascardo and his 0,000 men against Gen. Luna, sec ond only to Aguinaldo in command. Luna at once selected l,f00 of his best troops and started for Uaoolor to en force his orders. lloth armies formed in line of battle. A battle was im minent, but before opening lire Luna gave Mascardo one more chance. Mascardo still persisted in his re fusal, but consented to leave the ques tion to Aguinaldo. This averted hos tilities, Luna appealing to Aguinaldo, who at once ordered a court-martial. The insurgent forces have been divided, one body under command of Gen. Mas cardo going1 to the west of San Fernan do and the other, commanded by (Jen. Luna, moving to the north. lloth of these leaders lay clai...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 May 1899

I ! , THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER T. W. HANOKKH, l'oblliher. NEMAHA, NEIIRASKA. TO MY WIFE. Tl many n year Jilnco you and. I, In Iioly troth nnd full!), Joined heart, anil hand, nnd vowed to tie liUBlmtid find wlfo till death. Ah me, how much of Rood nnd 111, Of pleasure nnd of jmln, Our eyes hnvo seen, our hearts Iirvo felt, Dear wife, dear heart, slnco then! Tct In our htimhlo home-nest we Still happy Hit, nnd nlriK A Hweetor kopk than skylarks trill, In praise of lovo and BjirliiK. When .winter comes to us, and cloudn Ohscuro the llfiht of day, "VV murmur not, because wo lnow That wo havu hud our May; Wo know behind tho clouds tho sun HIiIiioh somewhere In tho blue, And that tho dnrkent nlRht but brlm.'s The stars more clear to view. Ily bearing ono another's RrlcfH, Their weight one-half Is less, And Hharlng ono another's Joys, Wo double hnnplnosH; I-ifo, measured by this golden rule, Uecomes, despite tho tearH Which HomotlmcH blur the bluest skies, A round of happy years. And with ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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