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

T VOLUME XLIV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1899. XUMBER 2 apgiiiuwadgMnryMiin SW'uiiiMii A lii SMt B"s " 0; j. . -s r , ii. r .-" n Local ISTews Old ptipetti for .sale nt this oflice. Croquet i-eta for Bnle at Keellng'a ili'ng slot p. Climli') Scovill went to Peru Wednes day afreimuui. Mijn Eleanor Galbraith came in from .Jo)nia6n Tuesdav. I . H. T. DeviiHt went to Forest City, "Alu., last, b.ittmlay. Muse bulls, bats mid accessories at Kut-liug'k drug store. Two inches of water foil during the ritorm Thursday night. tjwilt, Harry and Allie McCandlesa visited Omaha laat week W. W. Seld has bought h self feeder lot his threshing machine. . Undo Joiin Prnll and Mra. W. W. Setil went to Auburn Thursday. We had a good rain Sunday night and another ono Thursday morning. Dr. and Mrs. B. Bell-Andrews, of Stella, spent, the Fourth in Nemaha. John Ilawxby and Scott Colerick celebrated the Fourth at Nebraska City. Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Fred E Hoover, Sunday night, July 2nd, 1S99, a lino g...

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

'&' CBMBWMHHHBEBSMMgW mi ,. t m 'X . d i . '' I: y A : i i ' v' THE BEBR1SKAADVERTISER W. V. HANDHIC, I'tiblUlinr. NEMAHA, . . . - NEHItASKA. V&iiiii-i Jd.J.X.fcA; J'J-.'.Vi ii; i-A-Alt $ JULY J 899. Sun. (Mon. Tue.J 2 3 "T Voil." Thur. Fri. JaL ' T2 IF m js i? 20" IT 22 26. 27 28 29 4 1 J8 i ty.R.f VtTT V VTTTTV V7 ' TJIK WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho paily Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTICE. Contkihciia'ti: veterans of Wnshing- ton were Mild to bo seriously consider- Jnjr thi? advisability of removing the Hi bodies of confederate soldiers mow burled at Arlington cemetery to tliu confederate cemetery at Wood.sidu, Md. Ah a result of a conference liistwcen tliu president and- Secretary Alger on . tliu U7th it has been decided to begin tliu enlistment of volunteers for two years' service In the. Philippines. It is proposed to arm and equip at once, three, brigades, or about 10,000 men, mid to continue the work 'until the wholu'tin.OOO men authorized by tuwnro. Heeured. Mas. McICi.vi.l'...

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

'II u. in Ilk j Hi : I If k i i -r- . THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. pANIISIt, Piibllnlinr. NEMAHA, - - NEIIRASKA. y$A4j&lJ.'A:4'sA'J'Jk)C JULY 1899. Tub. i Votl. Thur. 3 j Sun. ,Mon. 1 ,,.J ., i , ! ... ... 3 2 3 3 23 24 I . 3 30 31 Frl. JaL r M J5 21 22 28 29 II 20 27 18 J 19 25)26 ' fTffv'n'TfvtffYVTTfTTTVvW TJIK WOULD AT LAJtGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowa. WASH 1NC.TOV NOTKS. Co.vt'KDKltATi: veterans of Wnshing ton wore said to be seriously consider ing tho advisability of removing tlio HI hodios of confederate soldierH now burled at Arlington cemetery to tho confederate cemetery ut Woodsldo, Md. Ah :i result of u conference between tho president imd Secretary Alger on tho '27th it hiis been deelded to begin tho enlistment of volunteers for two yours' service in tho Philippines. It is proposed to arm and equip at onco three, brigades, or about 10,000 men, nnd to continue tho work until tho whole .UVIOOmcti authorized by law are Houurcd. Miih. McICiKt.r.v, whoso illness out .sh...

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

T t 'v, M NEBRASKA ADVERTISER AV. A'. SAN DlCltS, 1'ubllslior. NEMAHA, - - - - NEBRASKA. SAFETY IN WEAKNESS. An Iron monarch rodo the sen, A natlon'H hope and pride; Through storm ur.d hlllowa dualling free, It feared no wind or tide; Its banner waved In every Und, With honor hailed abroad; AVhone'er It hurled Its ilery brand, The very deep wan awed. 'The ocean's rage was felt at last; Its billows set at nnURht, It Bathers up a cyclone's blast, And all Its terrors brought; 'Tossed, like a hnll from hand to hand, A moment poised on high, 'Then dashed upon the rocky strand, And thore the fragments lie; .A trim Physnlln floating near, AVIth Iridescent sail," 'Through all the dark, devoid of fear, Had sported with the Kftle. Tho storm that wrecked the navy's pride, It all outrode with bIco, .And still Is dancing on tho tldo To beautify tho sea. Thus all who boast their native strength "W 111 fall on weakest strain, And sadly find when tried nt length, That all their hopes are vain. The ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 July 1899

V t: hi hi m ni m fun mm iiumiiiii JlWIl'litll .mlfMIH H tHE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. HAMMCKS, I'ubllnhor. NliMAIIA..- - - - NEBRASKA. SAFETY IN WEAKNESS, An Iron, monarch rode the sea, A nation's hope and pride; Through storm and billows dashing free, It feared no wind or tide; Its banner waved In every liind, With honor hailed abroad; Whene'er t hurled Its llery brand, The very deep was awed. "The ocean's rase was felt at last; Its billows set at naught) It Bathers Up a cyclone's blast, And all Its terrors brought; "Tossed, like a bnll from hand to hand, A moment poised on high, "Then unshod upon the rocky strand, And there the fragments He; .A trim Physnlla floating near, With Iridescent sail," 'Through all the dark, devoid of fear, Had sported with the gale, Tho storm that wrecked the-navy's pride, It all outrode with glee, -And still Is dancing on tho tldo To beautify tho sea. Thus nil who boast their native strength Will fall on weakest strain, And sadly find when tried at lengt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 July 1899

'L'j, m t a i ta V .1 t nk 1"4 wKggk V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W W. 8ANOKKH, rabllihftn NEMAHA, - - - - NEBRASKA. STORM. Storm and stresi on the Innrt, And stress and Blortn on the son; And u wind that tollH for the unblcst hoin Tliut nslcoji In Its Krecn caven he. The raindrops splash on the pitne: The foRS sweep In from llio onst; And the seiiKUlls liy o'er the hrenkcrn hlfih, On the henrts of the drowned to foam. A horror lien on the sen; On the land does a terror full; Twiih In storm like this milled the futed ship To tho death that lay wait for all. And tho IniiRti of tho treacherous sen, ItlnKR out o'er their unknown Knives; Wlillo Its scorn leaps IiIrIi to tho cloud wracked sky, With tho hiss of Its conquorltiB wnves. I'or tho ships may sail from the east, .. And tho ships may sail from the west They may plcrro with their anchors Its untamed heart, And furrow with steel Its lircaBt. If It pleasure that heart to wait, It can smile llko some KUlltless thing, And no words can te...

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

7" -?' T"f' iT 4 FROM THE MEADOWS. Vfbo with mo will ftiro afield, Seek tho meed tho meadows yield Sweetness and secrecies To tho laggnrd unrcvealcd? I will lead you by a way Sheltered from tho open day Whore, tho tranquil season long". Choiring birds of song delay. By and by wo shall behold "Whore tho spacious hills are rolled Surgo on surge to woody crests, Harmonies In green and gold. Thoro shall we abide awhile, Stretched upon some grassy Islo, Having laid aside unrest, Seeing all tho world a-smllo. Intimate and hidden things In the whir of gauzy wings Shall be told us: wo shall learn Subtle blossom-whisperings. What has over been before ilncommunicablo lore Out of God's wide nature-book Wo shall read, and shall adote. Having been uplifted thus. We shall bear away with us Something with a gleam dlvlno Both benign and beauteous. And though halcyon days depart, And tho stinging storm-winds start, Tor our solucT. and our Joy Wo shall hold It fast at heart. Clinton Scollard, In Outl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 July 1899

im . , r SGHURMAN'S TOUR. Natives of the Southern Philippines Want American Protectorate. TALK WITH THE SULTAN" OF SULU; Thn Puhllo Hehooln In Manila Opim-Mta- lili'iarlci Cause COMililimilit.il 'Troulilii '1'rHIIMUIlllHM Hoivnpmir of I'nln liiHitr;tiiil. Lender (jimrrelliiir. Manilla, .Inly 8. Prof. .1. (!. Sehur iimii, of tho t 'nitufl States advisory commission for Ihu Philippines, re turned to Manila yesterday from a thrcu weeks' tour of tho southern islands. Ilu taken uii entirely hopeful view of tlio general conditions there. The intelligent and substantial citizens desire an American protectorate. Tho massesnro awaiting the .settlement of the war in the island of Luzon heforu declaring themselves. They are chielly anxious to be nndi.sturbod. The presi dent of the town of Santo Nicolas, in the island of Cobn, said to Mr. Sohur inmi, "We want peace, food and pros perity. We do not wish to fight. We -would be neutral." Tho president of tho commission thinks this declaration fair...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 July 1899

i i SELFISH MAN PUNISHED. Little Trntn Incident That (ir.vo Imttlce-IjovliiK l'liHiuiiKers .Much Joy, l'asScngers on nn Atlantic City Iniin a few evening iiirOru treated to a spectacle of retributive justice that lickled them fn inotisly. ' The ear vn9 ciowded, ami. as the dust wm lljing- pretty thickly, nil the pas hungers nwe one had their windows down. ThUunplcftsaut exception vm a difgt untied looking party, with a plentiful giowth -of weedy-looking whiskers', and thou he al lowed to sway in and out of the window with the ttustv zephyrs. Of coure, he got none of the dml and ciudeis, for these always blow in the seat diieclly behind. Two nicely tit eased women occupied these unfoitunato quartern, and, after MilTerniK inartyrdoin for about 'JO minute, one of them it-kc(l the "open-window fiend" if he would mind put ting the window down. "No!" he leplied, grullly. "It's too warm. If jott don't like it change your seat." In trout of the man sat a traveling man, who took in the situa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 July 1899

T M4lWkM?MKMf Win I ll)WUWllWK rw rrtnw:wixMiai.u.1 juuiuuimii jitjujum mimnw ' j H ii ,,,,. i nf riiVinfT AjtanskiiaMujeuM r.iigsaLajBKtarjattiWAuat ttuaa L .y)Bs m H $Jp HHHHf j The Nebraska Advertiser J. II. SEID, Jlroodor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA NEBRASKA. ii i 'i ."W0 imvo tho rich,, wlioti you would drive! 0r (onntn look well, tlioy nru allvo, RlK? horo tlmt Hlilno;tltoy iiro O. K. Kcop trnolc of Worlcinnn'n o'vory tiny.' . Morr lllto our tcniim; they're iimi'lo lo no, .AfJ'l In Hi" liuriiufiH imvur Klow. 3Ju.xtt1bnoyoti tirlvo, youtrnvollnpntun, Ro'i't Worltiunu'n plnou; iintl ooiho nuuln. X'uu tilfaln plAdu wlinu toairiH 'y.iii ffod. fji JmroHlioy'ru troatoil Veil indued. "Vt-ry low our nitennro found 'JSJvdry tlniti you tltlve around. jR.1, liuol" u.i'l ',. "!' !.'rM),o. SJ'oU slvi. kit' v0 i, ,V .. OiiM'uii.. W. If, .iJVJWtttf I'uliHtlur. JbUiUcWl'TlON, . - Sl.fiO I'KU Y15AK FJ11DAY, .JULY 7, 16!)i). " " " ". 'i J'ay Up and K(!t a Ills irlz. Farm Journal F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 July 1899

J a ) ." thmski x VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBKASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 1.4, 1809. XUMBEK 3 Mdvertmr. Wht tflV'AV sp Local ISTews WJVyiWM J'ot weather. Spring hlckens are ripe. 01(1 papers for sale at this ofllce. Croquet sets for sale at Keeling's drug store. . Chub Hendeiauti was up from Shu Iwi-t Thursday. Mrs. L. H. Morrltt went to Crab Orchard Tuesday. Hiiae balls, bats and accessories at Kfeliiift'fl drug store. Jye Littrell was In from Johnson two or three days this week Leslie Woodward was very sick sev eral days but Is about well again. Mart May had a bad attack of spas modic asthma one night last week. Mrs. Daughfner took the train nt Nemaha last Saturday, for Alliance. We had a good rain Monday evening and another one Thursday morning. L. II Merritt and Charley Scovlll are doing carpenter woik near Peru. Fred Daughfner came over from Missouri last Saturday, returning the next day. Mrs. Kompthorne has been engaged to tend) the Maple Grove school the cnsuuig year. George Anderson was ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 July 1899

A i 1 .5 v I i THE MEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. BANIJKHS, l'libtlilmr. NEMAHA, NEllftASKA. y4.j.xxxxxj.x.xxxxj.x4.x4.4.4.4.j;4.v JULY J899. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wed. Thur, Frl. Sal. i 2 5 12 8 JO n 18 25 'A 20 27 15 J6 J7 24 3J 19 26 22 29 23 28 30 i-YTl:TTTT:FFTTTT:F;i'i:T-F-Pf; Tirifi WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowu. WASHINGTON NOTICS. Tin: order for the enlistment of ten now regiments of Infantry was issued on tho Oth by Secretary of War Alger. It Ih evident, officials at Washington Bald, that President Schurmnn, of tho Philippines ponce commission, believes tho suppression of Aguinnldo'rt insur reetion meaiiH tho establishment of peaeo throughout tho archipelago. Tiik war department on the Oth granted tho request of tho governor of I'cxas for aid for ilood sufferers. Such government boats as wero available were placed at tho disposition of tho governor and tho rations asked for wore to be issued atonee. Tiir.ur. was some antagonism mani fested In tho war department against upe...

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. — 14 July 1899

T IB NEBRASKA ADVERTISER , mm ' W. W. 8AM UK K! VublUlmr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. DON'T WORRY. TDon't worry. In this tangled skein Of life, n worrying thought Jtiut complicates the kinks of pain And tightens up each knot. .Make will the master of your mood. Through anxious fear and doubt, -No peace, no pleasure, and no good Was ever brought about. .Don't worry. Do the best you can And let hope conquer care. .No more Is asked of any man Than he has strength to bear. "The back Is fitted for the load: Your burdens nil were planned; .And If you sing along the road Kind fate will lend a hand. "Don't worry. Fortune Is a dnmo You have to woo with smiles. Whatc'cr her mood you must not blamo Nor criticise her wiles. Trust God In shadow and In sun, And luck will come your way, Hut never since old time begun Has worry won the day. Ella Wheeler Wilcox, In Youth's Com panion. s; . w US . -ir-Kaa v- i -& l-ir- r-k - .?.. IttttAKUINLKS W .rrnn W ArrMif By WILL If. CopyrlRht, ISM. by A. N. Kellogg N...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 July 1899

V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANDKKB, mblUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. NO RESISTING SLEEP. A'nturi; AVI II A ! llcrolf In Hpllo of Uvt(IiIiik Miiiim .ol- nlile liiKtniH'i'H. One of the most remarkable facts to bo, found in the history of sleep con sists in the utter inability to resist itH onset in cases of extreme fatigue. Several remarkable Instances are given in which persons have continued to walk onward while sleep lias overcome them, the automatic centers of the bruin evidently controlling and stimu lating the muscles when consciousness itself had been completely abrogated. It is reported that at the battle of the Nile, amidst the roar of cannon and Ihe fall of wreckage, some of the over fatigued boys serving the guns with powder fell asleep on the deck. Dr. Carpenter gives another instance of al lied kind. In the course of the Hurmesc war the captain of a frigate actively engaged in combat fell asleep from hheer exhaustion and slept soundly for two hours within a yard of one of ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 July 1899

r OtaQ9O3Q0X3QUI f? The Confederate Who Went Back By Ch CHARLES B. LEWIS Copirtgbi, ItfS A confederate soldier 40 years old, his uniform stained and ragged and his bearded face having an almost wolfish look, sat on a log in the depths of a -wood with his musket resting beside liim. lie was on picket post, but there was no particular call for vigilance with the afternoon sun beating down on the fields and a tacit truce existing along the front. The man sat with ids face in his hands and his eyes on the leaves at his feet, and for half an hour lie hardly moved. Then he slowly straightened up and looked around anil growled: "Shuck my hide if I ain't tired of this ycre fussin' around 1 Ntithln' has come of it but a heap o' walkin' and ilghtin' and poor fodder, and I'm gettin' mighty nigh the end!" A squirrel in a tree in front of him whisked its tail and set up a great chatter, and the soldier instinctively readied for his gun. "No, it won't do," lie sighed, as he drew back bis arm. "He...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 July 1899

.umwigkaMDtil Hi ( kf ENDEAVOR MEETING. The Work of the Great Gathering Brought to a Close. STATEMENT BY SECRETARY IIAER. Tmmty-Klght Tliommnd I'ndeavoror Iteg-iHlorod- Aggregate Attomhmcent Meet ing (JilH.r.lW -Toaoher Ontlfer In Force til I. oh Angeleit, Cal. Detroit, Mich., July 11. Tin- eight conth international convention of ClirlHliim Endeavor closed IiihL night itmld scones (if impressive solemnity attending Hi (j utterances of "tilt; lust wonl" by the provident and secretary in ouch of the great tents respectively, following responses from each state and country represented and last exhorta tions from M. 10. ItiHliop Vincent, of Kaunas, and Evangelist Cliapman, of Now York. At all previous meetings the audiences assembled quietly, but .yesterday evening for some time be fore the calling to order of the two great gatherings, Tents Endeavor and Willison were babels of hounds and Hcenes. The state, provincial and for eign delegations were grouped in desig nated biinelics, divid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 July 1899

T A-TRAIN . ACCIDENT. Two Ladies Killed and Several 0 the? Persons Injured. .' A'FOREST FIRE OK MOUNT HAGGIS. The Schooner 1ili . Hull Wri-dcnl OCT Alultic A Itlc Klrts lit .Montollo, Wis. TJm Mruinor Purlin I.ont Ksploilon In it .'Mine. Stockton, Cul., July 11. A Hurling' ton special train of nine ctiiiuhu.s, on the way from St. Louis to Los Angeles, loaded with teacliers to attend tho National Educational association con vention, now in suasion at Los Angeles, crashed into a freight train within S00 yards of the depot at Newman, Stan islaus county, yesterday morning, with the result that two ladies were killed and 1!! passengers injured. The list of the killed and injured is as follows: Killed Miss Atlulo Ilnrris, of St, Louis, nrnl Mrs. Lena Hammond, of Scnucti Falls, N. Y. Injured Miss Clara Morehouse, of llattle Creek, Mich.; Mrs. Klluibuth White, Mls May Oliver, MLss Helena Hnttltsh, Miss Salllo U. Smith. Miss Gertrude Kosenbertf, Miss I.uella W. A. Wehmelr. Calvin Huttoek mid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 July 1899

- I I 1111 .."TlMl..fUUlUJ4.W. -rti" ' 1 1 ij-- n-'-f "ir -fr"- r ' J"- ! -w.. The Nebraska Advertiser , . U. M N.i.YIUJHS, Vubllihtr, SOUSCHII'TION, 31. 0 PBK YEAH J, II. SEID, iilt't'illif (if Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- "VST0 Iihw h rlirn, wlion yon would drive; Otir tuumn look wall, they uronllvo, R,li hum tluit nhlue; theynroO. K. Keop trnolc of Workman'! nvory dny. Mon lllio our toiniw; they're inmlo to bo. And In (ho linriioMA tmver slow, Noxt tltiioyon drive, you triivWIliK tnuii, S-'0k WoiliniiinM pliioo, iiml eoine iikuIii. JjOOK 11) till pi HOC WllHll OuilllH yOU !. J n,hero they're limited well Indeed. Very low our niton uro fouinl .TEvery Itiiiuyou drive urouinl. R.IK, Illicit rtfld V R'l'l horfi'H 'h.. yiT'iu Kivi liio woi I, we ao 1'iw ''t. Workman's : Livery, NBMA1IA, NEBRASKA NOTIOE FOR HEARING OLAIMS. In Miu county court or NVtiirtliii county, N'uoi In tlu miitU"1" ol the t'stiite ol LuwIb 'Ihomp- mijii, deceased Notice in hereby kIvi-ii tluit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 July 1899

"''irfffWU'311 t tbrmht 33 VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA', FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1899. NUMBER ffc Mdvwtteet A Local Itfews Tho Missouri river is falling Old papers for sale at this oilier. (. N. Titus went to Johnson Thurs day trvln Iladlock returned to St .loo Monday. Fred Dauszhfner started for Alliance Muri(ta . Hoy Stephens went to Flith Friday Miss Mellie Mlnlck weut to Bracken Thursday. Mrs L H. Menitt returned homo Thursday, Croquet sets for sale at Reeling's dmg store. Mrs. Wills came iu from Wednesday. Alliance Mrs John Maxwell visited Auouru edmsdaj. E. S McCamllehs returned from Omaha Thursday Geo.Lludsey is woilung iu Ed Work man's hverj stable. OU1 Settleib' leumon and picnic, dut uiday, August viUh. BiiBB halls, bats and accessories at Itt-eiiug's (hug stoie. G. N. Titus received a car of empty l pie hanel3 Monday. Mrs. VV. W. huuders ia some better but is not able to sit op yet. Mis. 12. A Mi nick went to Bracken Monday, returning Tuesday. .v. . ... . . (Jhuiley su.duu bud ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 July 1899

THE NEBRASKA APYERTISEB IV. W. HAN HICKS I'ubtUliar. NEMAHA, NETIUASKA. OHNE HAST, OHNE RAST "Without Haste. Without Kent." Flow on, little life, flow, flowl "What If the sun gleam not In thy face, And cloudu hang ilnrlc In tho nicy for- a SpilCC, And hitter winds blow? Little life, hidden life, How, Howl Itero Is n stream that ruiw ul my feet With murmur of ihuhIc, soathlncnndnwect. Clear In the deaths of Its windy bed I ctjn kcp the blue of the sky o'erhcad; Jlut further down, Just n mllo or more, Its singing Ih spent, und on before Lies a drenry waste, linlf sand, hnlf Htonr, And thcro Its waters arc all hut lost. Little life, hidden life, cearto to moan; Thvs deBolato placo Is speedily erottHod. Count not tho hours, nor reckon tho cost; Not dead Is tho old glad undertone; And sweet was tho music of long ago! Flow on, little life, (low, Howl Lenvo thy weeping forget thy woe. Though heaven bo high, yet God knowH best; Nlghor and Higher comos pet feet rest; Nlghor and Higher theto ...

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