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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 26 October 1906

CSS We Refund Railroad Fares to Sioux City and Return In order that all our out of town customers and friends may haw the same buying advantage as those of onr customers located ia Sioux City, v will lefunl railroad fares free to Sionx City and return in accordance with tbe following liberal schedule: With $ 10 purchase wo will refund railroad fares for a distance of 20 miles. With $15 pnrcnase we will refund railioad fares for a distance of 25 miles. With f20 purchase we will refund railroad fares for a distanoe of 30 miles. , With $25 pnrohase we will refund railroad fares for a distance of 40 miles. With $30 purchase we will refund railroad fares for a d. stance of 50 miles. With $45 pnrehuse we will refund railroad farea for a distance of 75 miles. With $60 purchase we will refund lailroad fares for a distance of 100 miles. With $75 purchase we will refund railroad fares for a distanco of 150 miles. With $100 purchase we will refund railroad fares for a distance of 200 miles. Gr...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 26 October 1906

UNITED STATES SENATOR f ROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PE-RU-NA. tx-Stnator M. C Butler. Dpupepiia It Oftrn Cauicd Ity Catarrh tf the (stomach I'eruna Itrlicvci Ca tarrh of tht Htomach and It Thertlora Remedy For Dytprptia. lion. .M. u. nutir. i;x-u. . sen- Itnr from Sinn I h Carotins for two , terms, In letter from Washington, 4 I). C, writes to the I'eruna Medicine J Co.. as follows : I "I can recommend Peruna tor dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I , have been using your medicine tor a short period and I feel very j much relieved. It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine, besides a good tonic." CATARRH of the stomach Is the cor rect name for most canes of dyspep sia. In order to cure catarrh of the toraach the catarrh must be eradicated. Only an Internal catarrh remedy, urn at reruns, ia available. I'eruna exactly meets the indications. Criminal Biters In sr. Great public Interest Is being mani fested In the) core of a man who has been prosecuted for sneezing In a pub lie street The hero of th...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 26 October 1906

f- lnt, T:?y rlji"o S ttf-s-y r.rnCs pro .lop tr you t'-io ow-.t day? Wai he Very ticnoiis? Sa5!y P;r.t!. I 'rnuM -y s-j. YTa7, lie was l:i t'lP dir. tioWy Ii:ii:;vr. Vou don't moon It. An.l wcr? ftvi calm, do.ir? Sally f!nil!r No. I was np In the sir, t o. Yon sec, lie propose J to mo ' whe:i la- took i: up lu bis new bal Attractive. "1 am nn afraid of lightuing." laid the pretty girl, whci wan born flirt. "And well yon may be," rejoined one tf In r mncitliiio Tictimi. "You hava t heart of steel." a positive CATARRH CURE Ely's Cream Balm is quickly absorbed. Civet Relist at One. It cleanses, soothes heals and protects tbo diseased mem brane. It cures Ca tarrh and drives away a Cold In the Hend quickly. Re stores the Borises of Taste and Smell. Full size 50 cts., at Drug gists or by mall ; Trial Size 10 cts. by mail - Ely Urothers, C6 Warren Street. New York. MOTHER O RAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, A Certain Onie for rererlabneew. I Pteaiarti Traabloe, Teethlne; DlMfteri, aed Dti...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 26 October 1906

ONE HOUR IN A TOURING CAR. Motor Ha Itronaht the Coaatrr Itoaae Vrry rf in Tuna, Crandmotliers diary I full of tlie merry sleigh r'c'es of her days, but It Is doubtful If they had I ho excitement nnd chnrm of a modern motor dash nt twenty miles an hour through the spring night, says the New ork Post. A half century ago tho box slolfrhfi wept over the white-covered roads from Marmaronock and Rye to neigh boring townships, carry lug loads of fun makers to husking been, weddings, barn dances and other rural diversions, al most under tho shadow of the rapidly growing metropolis; seldom, however, venturing as far as the city. Hut now when It Is a matter of only an hour from fhe lights of llrondwny, excur sions may be of greater length, nml the country amusements have 11 linos t disap peared. The touring car shoots from the porte oochero, taking tho rond along the rUlge. Below lies some lost tributary of the Bronx, illumined by tin; white glare t the lamps where the water drops over the l...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 November 1906

C. J ' i si .' n,' DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVI 1 1 DAKOTA ClTYt N Kit., FRIDAY, XOVEMIIEU 2. 1000. NUMBER 10. V LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THE NEWS OP THE WHOLB WORLD. FRAFI) ON RIG SCAT, charles whitney xokton is 1IKLD rOH SWINDLE. Deeds to Trncls In Nebraska mid l'Jsr where Found in His lViswrton Said to Have Swindled Inventors Out. of Securities. Charles Whitney Norton, said by tie police and tho postal authorities to jke responsible for extensive 9 wind ling tperations. Is uniier arrest In Chlcac.) and will ba turned over to the federal sfflcers by the police who took him In to custody. It Is claimed that Norton has defrauded people in nil parts of the United States oat of bonds and se curtics amounting to $.1,000,000. It is asserted by the officers thnt Norton would obtain stock from any person who would trust him, and agree to soil it in the market. He might, the police declare, aell the itock and he might retain It. but the result to the person owning the stock. It i...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 November 1906

t ohn II. Ream, - Publisher iTlie Itoosevcltg spelling looks like me AMigusu language In short skirts. The "automobile heart" Is a new dis ease 01 tue motorists. The pcdcstrltns jave unu it ror year. i - VA for tho pfinn? uf football, it bus 01 Docn reformed enough to hurt ny lens than It did formerly. i Mr. Tletty (ireen complains that she is poor. Still, there are lots who would leel rich If they were In her class, if President Roosevelt leave no doubt fcf bis fooling that the soldier mid the tailor (should receive uuiform respect Cleveland Is to have a manufactur ing concern which will cmiilov nnlv krlpples. Here's hoping It may never go lama. F'Jt seems too much to believe It was ever preordained that any bright healthy young mnu should ho killed fcvhlle playing football. p.General Fred D. (irnnt siiys W per ceni or me irouincs in me nrmy are oue to bad Ihpior. Apparently the army is just like the rest of the world. New York chorus girl reports to Jhe police that she has lout a ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 November 1906

ill y SPEAKING THE SHIPS. tTufmvpM dweller by the limon-sldo, I s.iv the grout ships come, sojourn a lay, Then not llioir fagot sail, tlioir Anchor weis-h, And give themselves to rocking wind i and tido. 7 pnko tliom not, nor tlioy to mo replied, (f where their void nnd lutirly Journey lay; Now, since my lip have tasted mid sea sprny. In common speech I hail those wander ers wido. Eo this: "Proud Scotia gave thy ribs to thee!". To this: "Thy tnnli have known the Apennines !" Or, "Tagus empties whore thy frame was plaunod." fc)r. "Say, thou gallant one, if true It be. Thoit hither cnm'st with hoard of I-evant wines And dulcet fruits from many a sun- loved laud." Century. iTpHB play was over, and the play ! II Kocrs, with lutrosjicctivo eyes I and faces attuned to tin; climax jthey had witnessed, surged forth from the scvernl exit. j Outside as well as In the scene had changed, and for a few minutes a be jwihlVrcd crowd swayed hither and thither on tho greasy pavement before a drop-cu...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 November 1906

i Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. IOHH H, RKAM, irUMRUFnT '" Nubwcriplior. Price'. $1.0(1 Per Yesr. t weekly newspaper published at Uaknta 1 My, Ixe)r:tska. remission bus been granted for the transmission of this pupcr through the mn as eccoiui-t inm matter. Telephone No. 4."?. potent member on tie board of county commissioners since lie (Tom) and John lysou were pried loose several tears ago Ilowevt r. tho count i floating indebtedness, amounting, to f5A.00U.00, which wasmndo principally during Tom a reign has been psid off, and the rail mod bonds have been re duced f5:),()0VP(l; yt Torn insists "tlie present board, an well as those ij yoars past, ore incompetent and not equal to the tusk the position demands." Republican Ticket. HTATK lfrtt-l States Scnntor Nnrrl ttrnun lovffnor liiorec ti. Sheldon Lieute nant tlovcrnnr M. It. Hopewell Secretary of Stntc Ceo. C. Jiinkin Auditor K. M. Kearlc Trwwrircr I... I. Ilrlnn .Attorney 4ennrul W. T. Thompson jjlv.-ft.T...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 November 1906

V A Big Sensational Sale of Mr. Ben Davidson Buys Three Hundred and Fifty Ladies' Tailored Suits for Almost a Song! Our Mr Bon Davidson, while iu New York, bought 350 Tailor-Mail Suith from three of the biggest manufacturers of Hue garments, at a quarter to a half their real value. Made of the Finest Materials. They are oot only Beautiful Suits, but the; are Serviceable and Practical Suits. Sivlc Starts And from the very Mart should be attended by throngs of customers. Without a doubt this purchase wan a master stroke iu modem retailing, and it will require peisoual inspection to fully grusp the significance of this announcement. Zjre Importtvrvt Fcsvlure of TK2s Is the correctness of the great number of models, the choicness of the fabrics moHtly broadcloth, and the wide range of c ilors tho suits arc shown in, The above in the pith and heart of ihe story. Further details are uninteresting, beyord the fact that the suits are the biggest bargaius ever told of in the papers. We shall...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 November 1906

A Lazy Liver !S&f be nnly a tlrod liver, or a Rtnrvnd pivw. It would bn a stupid a well a kwrvagw thkrn to rvat a wenry or starved ,Tnan becaunr. bo laggcsl In hi o.-k, Ho In tmatlnj? tho laRlnir.'txirpfd liver it I J jreat mistake to 1ah it with strong drastic dniRS. A lriII livor Is l.tit an indication of an ill-noiiriMiril. cndvlilerl 'body wboso organs urn wenry Ith over (Work. Start with tlio stomach and allied organs of digestion mid nutrition. Put tbem In Working order nnd feo bow inicVly your livrr will licrot-.m active. Pr. Pierce's Gulden Medical Iiiscovery (lias mndo many marvelous cures of "liver troublo" by lis wonderful control of thn organs of digestion nnd nut rition. It re stores tlio normal nr.tivlty of the stornnrh. Increases the. secretions of the bloud-mak Inn pi anils, cleanse tho syfteni from pol annons accumulations, and so relieves thn Jlvpr of tho burdens Imposed upon it by the defection of other organs. If you hae blttoror bad taste In the morn ing. po...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 November 1906

TTalilT. PronJ:? tbe ,vmin motormjin. who wn about to be married, strode dnwn thn aisle, while the people in the pen craned their flecks nnd rubbered, as It were, nt tlie hnppy iir. "No :nppinK cm the way now. Rer - tha." he whisiered to her. "Our follow er Is climbing ri'it over us!"--ChietjJ Tribune. Satlsflocl rrtlb ISM Lot. "Don't you ever grt any vacation?" pityingly asked the Meek thoroughbred. "Vacation !" exclaimed the work horse. "I ran out to the stable yard and roll over, any day In the week, and I'll bet that's more than you ever Ret to do." HAD TO USE A CANE. m 3 ' .,,.- Weakened Kidneys Made an F.J rood, lud., nian'a Back Clre Out. It. A. rush, transfer busjneM, 1JiV'0 North U Btreet, KIwooJ, lad., ss: 'Kidney trouble Kept me laid tip for n lon (line, nnd when I was able to be up 1 lincl to ine a enne. I h:td ter rible backaches . nnd pain In tho shouhlrrs. The kidney secret ions were (kirk colored. Af ter doctoring in vain. 1 began using Doun'a Three boxes eurwt me en...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 November 1906

PARLIAMENT FOR FILIPINOS. 1 m JftOT ne Pmlrtmt Will Uvtlrrm Promliif Made, A Washington dispatch nays h. the President Is preparing to redeem his promise made to the Philippine people through Secretary Tnft llm they shall litre a parliament of their own, con tiltlonod ujxiu their good behavior for A term of two years, and It Is under tood that Secretary Tuft himself will proceed to the Philippine nest spring to witness the Installation of the now form of ropresentntlve government On March 27. IHO.". the Philippine census wo pnblislied, and coiisoquont lf two ye:irs from that (Into March 57, 11)07 under the term of tin net Of Congress, the Provident will direct the Philippine coinmiHslon to call a general election for the choice of dele gates to wh.-it will lie known ns. tin? Philippine assembly. This Isnly Is to take over nil legislative powers hereto fore exercised by the Philippine coin mission In nil that part of the' archi pelago not inhabited by Morns or lion Christian tribes. ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 9 November 1906

id- DAKOTA ' COUNTY HERALD. 3 1 M Hi Pi NUMBER 11. VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i). 1900. . i.l i I "4 4 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THE,NEWS OP TUB WHOLE WORLD. OPTION DEALS LEGAL I'KDKUAL COI IIT MSTAINS TUP. 110A1II Or TltADK CONTHACTS. 1'iillcd States Circuit Court of A pixels IlancH Down Decision In In volvlnic Rules of lite Chicago and St. LioiiU Hoards of Trade. The United States circuit court of appeals handed down a decision Thursday upholding the validity of contracts for the purchase or wale ox grain for future delivery as It Is prac ticed by the Chicago board of trade and the Merchants' exchange of St. Louis. The case is that of Thomas Oleage. Jr., appellee, against W, H. L&idley and others. Cleage dealt in about 14.000.0) bushels of grain, and less than 2 per cent was delivered. He testified that lie did not intend to deliver or receive any grain under his contracts unless forced to do so in order to keep his contracts from being closed out un...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 9 November 1906

f (Dakota Ccsaty Herald DAKCEAii COT, btnitx. John H. Ream, - PuMteher finw messau. i I'wwrirri . Tt worries n woman terribly not to tiave Anything to worry over. When money dot not talk too nitirh ft mny properly be termed a modest tmru. J. J. Hill's favorite hymn. "One twoetly solemn thought comes 'o iim rt unit ore." Spelling rpform will probably become fsipulsr In penitentiaries If It proves to horten. the sentence. Jobn I), Rockefeller Is earning his In come ly telling the plain people how to behave themselves. The unfortunate thing almut n di Torre Ik that It seldom cures tin par ties of the marrying habit. To the Russian terrorist it l proba bly Immaterial whether he b'ow his victim to pieces or scares him to death. A good dinner produces the mime ctate of spiritual exultation In a mini that a sight of a bargain pnsluees In u woman. Surgeons found a gold nugget In the tpiend!x of a Colorado man. Of course they announced that the operation was a success. A Joint debate between...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 9 November 1906

NOB ON HIS TRAVELS. &TU reath at Vlaw Is Keallf k PraVtaetallaa IT Dr1tn. Among traveled persona we find ln tapees of extreme "narTOW-wldoness.'' 4ueh people come home ha ring, as they "knocked about," gun orally not fol ..very long. The leB civilized the place U? tbetr sojourn, the more certain they are that such sojourn stretches the mind, ssiys the Spectator. The sight f a few black savages has assured nany a man tbnt be hns succeeded in finding tbe philosophers stone. When lie comes home he finds everything "'provincial." His friends may live In tbe social-center of the most drilled ty (whichever that Is) In the world, but because they have lived at horns they have become "provincial" lu .hl( eight. Why to stay a short while. in a hut la wilderness should teach a man sa much hat he could never lenrn In a Tilla In a suburb It la not easy to say offhand. On the face 'of it, the lattcf would appear the better center for ac quiring knowledge. If one of his for mer friends should...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 9 November 1906

Dakota County Herald r-on!inuaVion of the Homer Herald. JulIK H. RK.AM, lTllMKKF.lt. Kulmcriplion Price. $1.00 IV r Year. weekly newspaper piililisliul at Dnlnta I Uy, Kehritskn. Permission hns been granted for tlm transmission of Ibis lmn r tlironli the mails as second-clsx mailt r. , Telephone No. 43. The Result. The election in Dakota county re sulted In the usnal republican majori ty on the state ticket of abont 125 votes. The citizens ami republican lie Vet carried on both couuty attorney and ootiimissioner, tho fotmer by 15 aud the Utter by 422. Ia this representative district D C Xltffernanof Ilnbbutd, democrat, wits elected over Weborg. Frr senator George W Wilt-ie of Ilandolph, republican, was elected over 0.cr Bring. Indications urn that Judge J F Boyd ia elected to congress from the Big Third, over Guy T Grave, by from two to three hundred insjority. The republican state ticket wos elic:ed by about 15,000. llnrrah for Dakota ccni.ly and Nebraska. The election in now over ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 9 November 1906

4.444 Absolute Safety This is guaranteed when you leave money with "The Bank that always treats joa right" Why safe? First The banl lias rrtn over 20 years wit h less titan $50 losses. Seeord It Las ample rapital ami surplus to provide for any possible losset tbst might occur. Third Besideaknowing how," absolnte promptness, conrtesy and honesty has niurked its every act and deed. Fourth Its money is always loaned to the bast and safest peo ple on earth, your neighbors: the prosperous farmers of Dakota X X X t X X X X conmy. No dissstrons loans to X outsiders, nor can its owners bor- 4 row one cent from it. t Always bate as a government bond X X X Bank of Dakota County Jackson, Neb, 4 4444-444-444-4-4.4 M, BO YEARS Tradk Marks Designs AnTnnr r..tlleff A skrfli mid !lHirflntlrn m" nivnHiuTBnn. qnlokl ascertain inr oiSnion free whollior Ml Ihvenitnn is prnhnhly pntatitshlo. Co-itiiiiinlra. tlmissinrllreomiilentlM. HANDBOOK on l'nl.nla Pti, free. IM-lALt Slrtiiry for SbClll.l'iR pateiu....

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 9 November 1906

Cures Woman's Weaknesses. TV's mftr to thnt boon to wrak, nervous,; tnfferlnir wnmpii known m Dr. Pierce's Fsvorlto proscription. Dr. John Ffo one of t'-.o Editorial Staff of Tns KcXRCTiO M kmc a I. Hkvikw says of tnloorn root HclimUu Molca) which Is one of tho chief Ingredient of tho "Fa rorltt Proscription " : "A rr-wiodv which InrarlnMy nets at a titer fnelTiTiromtor makM for normal ao- j Ivltv of the rntin mmxlurtive wsicib. llerimtliinesMn llcli'nH' hives nx-dlra- j mont whi. h mom fully anfrs th abure , pnrtxiw thtin miy nlhrr Jrwy u lin vhuh I am mnrunfnlnL In (ho trratmi'tit of llow pe culiar to worm-n It I wMom tlil a (! la wen which ! not pivarnt witif Indication for lliW rcnuMllal agent." lr. r yfe further a svv "The following an among the leaning luillral lona for Helonlni ll" nlrorn root). I'aln r aclilnr In the bark, with leumrrhrri I atonic weaklrondltlilof the reproductive orjrn of Somen, mcnt !H depression and Ir ritability. J.x lated wIllKhrottlc diseae of the rcpr...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 9 November 1906

trailing Authority. Mister," Mhl the sad fared Individ al who bad i-neskcd In the Ms rky craper, "con I sell yon the great 'Ha cyclopaedia of Sporting EventsV" "Nope." replied the bu;y tn-.ii. "We have one encyclopaedia of rportLii;; vents already." That Where do you keep It?" "Why, we try to keep him on tint tool over there addressing envelopes. I mean the oftlce boy, nnd he Is nn ea cyclopaedia on everything from a gamo of sklddoo to the Olympian games." Chicago News. f There Is no satisfaction teener than being dry when out in the IttJdest stom, YOU ARE SURE OF THIS IF YOU WEAR ffaHtflP WATERPROOF , OILED CLOTHING BLACK Oft YELLOW On sale everywhere 'Out c I ' 'Ml The (Irnlril Seaport. New York Is the second great sea port, of the world. In 1!XK1 over nine million tons of Imports and eight mil lion seven hundred thousand tons of exports were cleared through New York Harbor. London is the greatest seaport, exceeding New York In im ports, though not in export'. Antwerp and Hamburg ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 9 November 1906

PUSH WEATHER MAP. fiOTEEKLY kfflSTOiAH UNITED STATES FORECASTS WILL EXTEND NORTHWARD. I Vkv7 'trim i 1022 Surrender of Mniihclm to Tilly. HMO -Long Parliament began. 1750 Foundation stone lu M for Rlnck- frint'M bridge across the ' River Thame. 17U! La Salle arrived nt mouth of I In Mlntni. 17'.l.1French Directory chosen. 19041 French occupied Hesse. . . .Battle of Sin-lit. 1X12 French defeated Russians pnr Winzma. 1814 America n abandoned nnd dp' stroyed Fort Erie. 3 R-'t" Constitution of Hanover nhrogat od by royiil ordinance. 1S54 Battle of Inkermiin. JK5G Visit of Victor Emmanuel of Italy to IJuccn Victoria. 2S0t The Confederate schooner Rcnnii da, ran IIip blockade ut Savannah. . . 4Jen. McClellan succeeded Gen. H'ntt an commander of armies of the Unit ed State. 1802 Gen. Ilitrnnidi! succeeded Gen. Mc Clellan in command of nny of the Potomac. js4 Confederate ram Albemarle de stroyed by Lieut. Gushing. . . . Nevada admitted to the Union. 1807 Gen. Sherman anuotmced the In dian w...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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