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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 June 1899

' WTWTY 1 ( ( 'M fA-v ebmska Mdvertiser. " ' "! -' VOLUME XLIII NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, J899. NUMBER 49 f" safe rrr: HM P5 El 7 1 I If you buy it at LOWMAN'S it's GOOD. Wo 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. We guarantee our prices and quality against all competitors. Give us a look, EDW. E. LOWMAN, Brownville, Nebr. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and OHINA. MMNMN School closes today. Como to Nemaha to celebrate this yeai. Arthur Littrell is clerking for Sam Auderson. Chub Henderson was up from Shu l c-it Monday. Mrs. James Jones and Elmor visited Browuville Thursday. Heeling's drug store hits just received a ft'j! ot iresh paint. it. C. Morton is the father of a line duiightei, born Tuesday. Mis. C, Galbraith has been very sink I ut is gettiug some better. Wo will celebrate at Nemaha this jear, and don't tail to remember it. Tom Crummel, Auburn's millionai...

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. — 2 June 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W, XV. HANDKHH, l'ublUhnr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WOULD AT LAItGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Skchktauy At.OKiimi tlio 22(1 prom ised a committee that KuiiHasClty, Mo., tdiould have ono of tho lurtfofit cunnoim cnptui'L'd from tho HpanlHh for a troj)hy. A i.ono dispatch waa received at "Washington on the Barf from President Kcliurmnn, of tho l'hilippino commis sion, tfivhifr tho results of tho meetings thus far held with tho Filipino commis sion sent by Atfuinaldo to treat with tho Americans. President McICinloy was much gratified at Its contents, hut tho text of the dispatch was not mado public and will not he. Wahiiino'ion on the 2!ld inaugurated n three days' pence jubilee. Tho city was tfally decorated with bunting and tho day opened with the boom of kuiih, tho ringing of church bells and tho Idowintf of whistles. In tho afternoon there was a parade of military and naval organizations stationed in and around Washington. At night a raml di...

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. — 2 June 1899

7 t TERRIBLE CYCLONE. A Father and His Six Children Killed in the Bijou Hills. TERRIFIC HAILSTORM IN NEBRASKA. Over 2,000 Piinod of (Hum Ilroknjt mid Much Other Damage. Demo nt Hunting)! and Ilentrlco Cyclone, ut Central City-Tornado nt Keswick. Omaha, Nob., May 20. A special from Chamberlain, S. U., Sunday evening bald: Word lias just reached thu town of a disastrous and fatal cyclone which passed across the country in the vicin ity of Hijou hills, 25 miles south of this city Saturday afternoon, between four and live o'clock, resulting in the death of seven persons and the serious injury of two others. The killed were Charles Peterson and his six children. The cy clone formed on a section in plain view of hundreds and moved in a southerly course, the first place reached being that of Arf Coden, which was totally destroyed. The storm then destroyed ii church andaschoolhouse, after which it reached the Peterson place, where the execution done was simply appalling. 'The dead and injur...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 June 1899

tHE MEBBASKA ADVERTISER XT. W. HANDKItS, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. JUST OVER THE HILL. Jtint over the 1)111 Ih the river of Penco In the valley of Hwcot Content, Whore hIhh will jicrlnh nntl Joys InereriHO Till the whole vast rlrmnmont Ih white an the hoHom of lily-bells, With the Chrlnt-puro thoiiKhtn that rlwo, To the Kinirdldii fouI of the world, who IwellH In the gnrtlnn of PurndlH. The world will ho bIukIiik with noftcnt tone In the lovc-liiml yet to lie; And flowers will hloom from nccdn that were nown, In the beautiful aalllcc. Twah the brook that told tne thin hopoftil tnle, And the wind with a volno of cheer Cried patience, for there Ih no echoing wall Of the Korrows that haunt yoti hero! The skies will ho lirlRht In tlmo to come, The feet will have nmoothor way, Anil follow a mellower life and drum Htrnlffht Into the Chrlnt-mado day. I hear theHu wordn at the noon of nlKht, "When the clock and my heart are one, And the wcarlnome burdena Brow Htnuwjc ly IlKht, Hro the hl...

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

Tl 1 V . s A : ,. r L T HOUSE SPEAKERSHIP. Both the East and the West Desire ' to Secure It TVanlilnicton Deeply Intcrrntcil In the SuccriHor to TIioiiiiin II. Heed Some of the More Prom inent CnndldntcH, Special Washington Inciter.! The determination of Speaker Heed to withdraw from public life has brought forth the names of n number of prominent members of the house of representatives, who may become can didates for the speakership; n position, liy thu way, which is next in power to Unit of the chief magistracy of the re public. Surcno K. l'aync, of New York, Ib logically n candidate, because he Iiub lieen continuously a member of The Louse for 10 years, lie is at the head of the committee on ways and means, and is naturally regarded us the leader of liis party, .lames S. Sherman, also of JCevv York, is a much younger mini, and Iuib been a member of the house for ten years. Either one of these gentlemen, if selected by the eastern members of the dominant party, might prove to be s...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 June 1899

? f DIRGE FOR A SOLDIER. CIoho IiIh cyos; his work Is ilonol Whnt to him Ih frlurnl or toauum, Kino of moon, or not of nun. lltiiid of innti, or Ids of woman? Iiiiy him low, lny lilni low, In tlio clover, or tho miovv! Whnt cares ho? Ho cannot know; Jviy him lowl A.i man mny, ho foiiRht IiIh Unlit, Proved IiIh truth lty hln endeavor; Lot him sleep In nolutnn night, Bleep forovor (itul forovor. Iiiiy him low, lay him low, In tho clovor or tho snow! What earoH ho? Jlo cannot know; Luy hltn lowl i Fold hlrn In IiIh country's nltirn, Roll tho drum and llro tho volley! What to him are all our warn, Whnt hut iloiitli liomocldnjf folly? hay him low, lay him low, Jn tho clovor or tho snow! AVImt care lie? lie cannot know: '.oiy him low! J,oavo hlrn to nod's watching cyo: TrtiHt him to tho hand that made hlrn. Mortal lovo weeps Idly hy; Clod nlonn him power to save him. Lny lil m low, lay hlrn low, In tho clovor or tho Hnowl "What oarou lio? Ilo cannot know! Lay him low! O. II. Hokor, In Uni...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 June 1899

1 DEWEY'S OPTIMISTIC VIEWS. Tho United Stiitcn Mtut Never 1'nrt wltu the Philippine, Ho Suva ARiiltmlito n rower Among tlio Nut I von. New York, May 25. The Journal prints nn interview had with Admiral Dewey at llony Kong. The admiral said: I appreciate the welcome itlvcn mo hero, but I am too worn out and sick to accept hospitality. I nm not sorry to leave Mnnlln. I could not ntanil the enro and responsibility much longer. A year In this climate Is ciuiukIi for an old man, and I am glad to bo permitted to rest. I hnvo the greatest enthusiasm In the future of tho Philippines. I hope to see America tho key to oriental commerce and civilization. Tho brains of our great country will develop tho untold agricultural und mineral rlehnem of tho Islands. Wo must never sell them. Such nn notion would bring on another Kreat war. "Wo will never part with tho Philip pines, I am sure, and In future years tho idea thut anybody should have seriously suggested It will bo one of tho curiosities of h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 June 1899

Vf !? 1rt- .,.m:-ra-mTIWWWgM'MI'l'i'i-W'yv PMIMr4ejWIUMl'JtlwnCTMM"W v TVi T'ft'Uwiel's Arlt7ariiec.w ' ll ,rt Vt'rv luml l" M,l,,1 ''"' 1,v ,UI(1 A ild JLNeiJl&d&d 54UVerVAotfi Hoe oin duur ones HiiflVi while awaiting , "- j tlt iinlvul ot thu doctor. Ai Albany ! U-. U. NJJX'ilfJtlH. PubllDhtr. vr -. .1..1.. 11...1 ... .. .1..,,,. .,,., --- - - . Ill, 1 I (I II I I III ill I Lit 1 1 Ul I III l ill "K rim u there for u uoetor to come and sto Ills El IlcrtOmuth Syrup. T Ooixt. Um 1H 'OT gn t n .M:cIlsJ HSTGI-3 n n b aa & SujisoinrrioN, rU. W. W. KKKMNH, Nkmaiia City, Nkhkaka. Office at tho drug store. W. W. SANDERS, Notary Nomalia City, Nob R B1M SBlJUt UK 1 PLASTERER Acmu (Hid AKiillto work n Hpi-elidty. ('In enm Inillt. I'nper IIiiiikIiik, KalKoinlnliiq ml WliltnwiiHliliig do no. Low prises, All tork warranted. Kerlccr & Hoover, Uenler In MEATS HIkIu'sI prions lhl forhliltw, Innl. luilow .uii, ol- NKMAllA (HIT, NKIMWCA J. II. SEID, Ilrt-uilur of Thoroughbred Poland ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 June 1899

ebmnlm dvertim. 6 ' i. & f"i y- sir Stv VOLUME XL1IL NEMAHA, NB1UIASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 185)9. NUMBER GO &ke Xj fr" t u tt V 9 I' - 1 If you buy it at LOWMAN'Sl it's GOOD ' We have received an entire Now Stock of di:y goods, . consisting of HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, and the finest selection of WASH DRESS GOODS in Nemaha county. VV g-unrunteo our prices and quality against all competitors. Give us a look. EDW. E. LOWMAN, Bmwnville, Ncbr. DEI GOODS, GKOOERIES, HAEDWAEE and OHINA. Come to Nemaha to celebrate this MisH Mellie Minick visited Auburn Wednesday i Miss Emma dim wont to Nebraska City Mondaj. Mr.. Henry Williams was up from rsh abort Monday KeeMng'i drug store baa just received : st03k ot tr-Hh paint. '.Ibert It. Titus writes us that he is imiw Ht Cora, Oklahoma. Charley Woodward visited Peru friends the llr?t of the week. For Sale A 4-hole Marseilles corn sillier in good older. S. 0. Shuok. S. W. Hodges is able to be around a train after a severe attack of malarial...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 June 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDICIIJ, l'iililUh!r. NEMAHA, NE1IKASKA. yxxxxxxJxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx JUNE J 899. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat. il il Ji ii ii iZ. i? i 20 iiilii.il 25 26 228 Itf io" 77 KfTfTTTTTTfTfTT'f"r'rT-r' THE WOULD AT LAKGE. Summary or tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTIM. A DtHi'ATCii was received by tlio navy department lit Washington on the .'llHt rotating that escaped Spanish prisoners from tliu FiHpino insurgents reported nceing Lieut. Ullinorc well. 1'ho lieu tenant was believed to have been captured by the Insurgents homo time !? It was ollieially announced at the war department on tho Hist that tho Twentieth Kansas regiment, now in the Philippines, will bu mustered out in Han Francisco. Tiik post ollico authorities are con Klderlng tho feasibility of the uhu of the automobile In the postal service. The recent successful trip of one of these electric carriages from Cleveland, O., to New York has Impressed them with the possible utility of these vehi cles...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 June 1899

MODERN WOODMEN CONVENE. FOR THE ST. LOUIS FAIR. TRANSMISSISSIPPI CONGRESS. OHIO REPUBLICANS. T M i i Three Young Women Lose Theit Lives While Bathing. TRAIN ROBBERS WILL BE CAUGHT. Tho Men Who Dynamited n Train lit Wil cox, Wyo., Closely l'rosscd ly Their l'lirsucrs Victims of Lightning IC mi Down by an Knglue. Ulenolul ScaMnn of the Head Cnuip Mooti in Kansas City Statistics of tho Crowth of tho Order. Ex-Cov. I'miicl Addresses tho Transmit- slsslppt CoiiRress at Wichita Wants 85,000,000 Oovcrnniciit Loan. Lebanon, 111., Juno 0. Miss Huth CTcpson, of Lebnnon; Miss Florence Spies, of St. Jacob, and Miss Hellene Jack, of Jleaucoup, 111., students of Mc Kendree college, were drowned in Sil ver creek, two miles north of here, yes terday afternoon. Tho young ladies were members of a party of six, who had planned a trip to JSlue Bend, on Silver creek, about two miles north of Lebanon. They were in bathing when Miss Jepson got beyond" her depth. Tho other two girls went to her rescue and ...

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. — 9 June 1899

A, ,? 'IKRfSfT 1t'B"''-) I I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER iV. W. HANDKKS, Viiblliher. NEMAHA, NEIIRASKA. SO FATHER SAYS. I wish that I'd been Rrnndpa's child Thiit I could hnd tbn Joy Of fishing In Uioho Rood old dny When father was a boy. For then the fish grow blKBfr far Tlinn they do nowudiiyn And literally packed thu stri-num At luiiHt, no father Nuyn. Thoy never caught a micker then That didn't weigh a ton, And pickerel worn longer than A modern ArmHtroiiK Klin. 'J'liey lined to yank out halibut In hundreds from our bayH. And (thad ran up the banks to bite At least, ho father Hays. They never tlioiiKhl of unlriK bait To luro the wily trout, They reached a bushel hnsket down And simply dipped them out, And In about an hour or two They'd 1111 up sovcrul dru)'H, And how them through the nolKhborhood At least, ho father say. In Fhort. they caught o mnny HhIi, Tbat 'fore their upon woh through The Htream where they wen; fiHhltit; would Oo down a yard or two. And not an angler failed to c...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 June 1899

r S 4 S THE CRESCENT CITY. In Many Respects New Orleans Is Without a Rival. The Ulil(i"HonK IoonocliiM, However, In II it id n( Work ami Im Rapidly Olodcrnly.liiK Thought mill Action. Special New Orleans Letter. New Orleans certainly is sui generis. There is no other city like it in the world. Jt combines the customs of tin cni that has passed away in all other American towns with a progrcssiveness that is surprising- the nation. Its popu lation, numbering uoo.ooo, is thorough ly cosmopolitan. Americans, Creoles, Frenchmen, Germans, Italians, Span iards and negroes live together in unity, yet eacli nationality has its special dis trict or faubourg wherein it preserves provisional customs, virtues and vices. The Creoles, descendants of the early French bottlers who came to America with liienvillo some 200 years ago, are the "oldest inhabitants," and have, with characteristic tenacity, preserved the manners and traditions bf their fathers. Not until very recently have the scions of th...

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. — 9 June 1899

fe.&S'Q-tf g Brother Gardner, He Has Some Remarks On "English As She Is Spoke." tu J ' 1 By M. QUAD. Copyright, J898. When (hi' routine IuihIiicsh of (ho regular meeting of (lie Llino-Klln club hud boon concluded. Hrothcr Gardner tiroHU iind looked up and' down t lit; iiIhIch over hi spectacles and hiiIiI: "Doorln' dc past two weeks I lii'V bin cliiHly watehln' Hiirtin members of din club, iind I hoi bin pained and griood to dlsklvor clttt do advice I hcv fre quently given Iiiih gone fur naught. A do.on times in dc hint three years I hcv advised nnd cautioned against dc way ii niiijorily of you use dc Knglish language, but "it 'pears to hcv done no good. Kbcr hIiicc I was 'loetrd presi dent of dls l.lino-h'lln Hub I hcv sot you mi example in di iimltcr. I hev spoken plainly mid simply, Hiiyin' what I meant and incniiin' what I wild. Do .Knglish language as she is spoke am (rood 'nnir fur anybody. Nobody need go lnuillii' around fur big words to make hlsself understood. Nobody ne...

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. — 9 June 1899

T i t T RATIOHS FOR THE ARMY. Gvti, Otln Forwards tlio ltcport of Hoard on tho Subject No Kudl cul CluiliKcn Hrcoiiitiiomtcd. th Washington, Juno f. The wtir de partment has received the following cablegram: Manila. Juno 2. Adjutant General Washing ton: Under war department directions, May 0, approved report of board on proper components of ration. It recommends no chunge In Held and travel ration, but modllled garrison ration as follows: Is.suo fresh beef eight and Imeon two days, ono day's salmon In lieu of beef If desired; reduction ration fresh beef nnd Hour to 1(5 ounces, two ounces rice, two dried fruit In Hou of beef, two ounces oatmeal In lieu of flour, no savings; Issue beans, rice, fresh vegetables, coffee, tea continued In iiunnttticsns at present Sugar ration Increased to SO pounds with sirup In lieu us now author ized increased for uso with oatmeal or dried fruit: no savings, vinegar reduced ono half, plcltles substituted, no other modlllcatlons, full report mailed. Oti...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 June 1899

p .fcaaajaa ilMU-M-MtKi jj;jW jJja ?irisxirtsuwii..ti'Uuwitii&TCi S .? It i ft yfiTCVSS3Rl,3 liUlltS WHtHt ALL LlSt Host Oniuh 8rrui. Tiistiti in iiiuo. wiin ry aniraiMH. i?Fswra QU. W. W. ICKEMNO, Nkmaua City, Nhui.aka. Olllco ut tlm drug Btore. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public Noxnaha City, Hob PLASTERER Aatuo id A.itlt.i work u Npocliilty. (!! cms luillt. I'lipcr IIiiiikIiik, Kulsoiiiliilim ml VIiIIuwhnIiIiik diitiu. J 'OH prises, All tot It wurriiiiloii. Kcrkcr & Hoover, Duiilor In -jynrs.A.TS HlKlH'Ht prlct's pulil for litilm, Innl, iiulow iIIIO, olt" NI5MAIIA CITY. MiBHAe-KA J. IL SEID, llrooilor nf Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. "VT Imvo tlio rls, wlioii you would drive; Our tufttim look wull, tlioy lire nllvo. 3E?,Ikm liuro t hut Hill tic; .1 liny uihU. K. ?r.''l trunk of Viirkiiiiiii'ii.vnr dny. jMiii lllciwiur tvaiiiH; ihoy'rn imidi' Ido. A.111I In tlm luinii'ss iiiivi'i mIow. JJToxt, tlinoyou drlVM. von inivolin men, S''k Workniriii'H pi ', in...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 June 1899

ebwska dvertiser. T , 1 1." VOLUME XLIJI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1(5, 1899. NUMBER 51 "?JSKS rm fflht &fu A fv : . K?-"r' &V . . .' v f) t r If you buy it at LOWMAN'S it's GOOD. Wo liuvo received an' entire New Stock of DRY GOODS, consisting of HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, and the finest selection of WASH DRESS GOODS in Nemaha county. "We guarantee our prices and quality against all competitors. Give us a look, EDW. E. LOWMAN, Brownville, Nebr. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE and CHINA. Dr. Guither wont to Omaha Tbnrv da). Coino to Nemaha to celebrate this j ear. Cherries are now ripe but the crop Is light. It. J. Tussey went to New liockford Monday. HankWaterman was in from Auburn T a end ay. " ' ! -.. i John Flack paid barney a short visit last Friday. New peas and potatoes are now be ing enjoyed. Guy Taylor wus in from Auburn last Saturday. Mrs. Kay Scofield returned to John son Thursday. The iMissouri river has been rising for several days. Base balls, bats and acc...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 June 1899

B -? i 1 1 t S. hi & THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. IV. HANDKItw, I'tilillilinr. NEMAHA, NHWtASKA. VMJ.AAiAAAXj.J.J.J.Ay 11 ! juiNn wv. Sun. Mon. Thur. Frl. 5 12 J? 26 8 9 23 15 22 29 30 TIIB WOULD AT LAKGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON N()Ti:S. A HOAiiii of ofllciTH met in Wnshing ton on thu 0th to devise mid propose 11 nystoin of rules under which enlisted men of the United States army may make allotments of their pay for the nupport of their families or for other purposes, during such timu as they may he ahsent on distant duty or un der circumstances warranting such notion. Si'.NA'ioit Han.va Hatly denies tho re port recently sent from Washington that he intended to retire from tho chairmanship of the national republican committee. John i. Lai.ok, a translator in the olllco of the director of tho mint' at "Washington, lost his halanco and foil from tho second iloor in tho treasury department down the shaft which tho stairway surrounds to tho hasement, probably receiving ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 June 1899

T .'i TOWNS WIPED OUT. Terrible Work of a Tornado Wisconsin. in HUNDREDS HILLED AND WOUNDED. ..Hudson and New Richmond, AVIs., Suffered Jlailly llniirdiiiuii, Wis., Aim Said to Iln lleon Cleared OIT Hid I'hco of tli Kiirtli, Milwaukee, Juno 13. Hudson and INew Richmond, Wis., nre reported to . Jiiivo been wiped out of existence by a tornado. Hundreds are reported to have been killed and wounded. Wires -are down and it is impossible to learn the true condition of affairs. A mes sage was received at the Wisconsin -Central dfilces here late last night jfroni Stevens' point, from A. It. Home, division superintendent of the Wiscon . tun Central at that place, as follows: Itcoaimonccd to ruin on the St. Paul division . nbout seven o'clock this evening, nnd tlio wires went down west of Jewett Mills about 7::. At 8:15 wo got n message from Kobortson at Omaha, vlu Marshull, that u eyclono struck New Klelunond about 7::iU, killing and wound big from :u to W)J people. Wo havo started a special...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 June 1899

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER . W. BANDKKM, l'uhlliher. NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. RAIN SONG. Itnln, flllvcr rain, Twinkling on the pane. The carlli lrlnkn softly what It need, The Kay sky lowcrH like u inll, The haro twln string the dropM like lieailfl, And still the silver showers full. Hnl 11, rain, rain, Silver dropping mini Itnln, pearly rain, Gliding down the pann. Tho fence rallH have a crystnl edRr, Tho brimming hpoiiIh pour fountains free, The flowcni on thu window ledge Are frenti and hrlKht an they can bo. Itnln, rain, rain, I 'early, gilding rain! Itnln, sparkling rnln, Shining on the pane. A bit of blue In yonder sky, Hwlft signs of clearing all about, Homo broken clouds drift (iilckly by, And lo! thu huh In whining out. Oood-by, rain, Hhlnlng. sparkling rnln! Annie Isabel WIIIIh. In St. Nicholas, l-------- p -. Barney's Wooing ( By Goorgu Ado. LIFE became a bunion to Harney now that Jim and Mac wore mire that Lizzie, of the Wabash Hoinc-Cook-ing ruNtaurant, wiih really fond of him. T...

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