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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 May 1896

f K . DUBOIS MAY BOLT. Tho Iiliiho Sonntor Tlirontoin to Follow Teller on tint Sllvt-r ytirntloti. Boisk, Ida., iMity 11. The Evening Mull printed ptirts of a long letter written by United Stntos Sonutor Du bois to F. A. Fcnn, of lloise, one of the leading republicans of tho state, in which ho htutcd: 'In the event the St. Louis conven tion adopts a pold bug or straddlo 'platform, or nora- glnutcs a gold-bug or intrtultllo candidate, ?1 shnll bolt the con tention. 1 believe hat I have sulll- Sclent personal fol lowing in Idaho bkn'atok iH'itoi. added to tho follow ing which I will get from other par ties on tho silver movement to defeat the republican party in Idaho." Dubois' friends hero nro much exor cised over the declaration. Straight up republicans who are expected to go to tho Pocatello convention next Saturday say that under such a de claration they will bolt tho convention there if Dubois' friends succeed in se curing tho adoption of a resolution in dorsing tho action of tho...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 May 1896

H 11'UI'il.j.i.j'. '-;") hi n iii'ini'Miiiiiti.iMiiViwpiHiimmuimiiitmiTmiKimKMmvttrT tt - r rf srr vtMif wfttm .lAi ML u a. . xr.xccaLf fXJcazVAr.'OKKai nAtfaMfftwatfjrotfwsrfcfswAuiiujHvui iTrrnm fr7ii if i niiTWiifgnri lv" Na, The Nebraska Advertiser1 If. W. HJJS'ttltltHt M'nblUlur, SuHflonirxiON Si.GO ricit ykar FRIDAY. MAY 15, 1806. THE SENSE OF TASTE. Home of It I'ociillurltle.-Its 1'art In th Hystem's Kconomy. The tonpuo Jh not the only orpin unetll in tho enjoyment of thin sense, anil" ulonn it Is Hcarccly capable of appreciat ing1 delicate flavors. Tho dlffcrenco lxitwccu salt and Hupiir when placed on the tongue in hardly perceptible, provided the tongue In not allowed to touch the roof of the mouth and the llpfl. Indeed, the act of getting the full enjoyment of a flavor, commonly called munching the lips, con Blntft In bringing the tongue into con tact with the roof of the mouth and tho lips. IJy thin act the Hubntance to be tun ted la spread over the Hurface of thexo pnrt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 May 1896

f r H v V m r v The Nebraska Advertiser IT. IT. ffXVW, ruhUthtr. FRIDAY. MAY 15, 1890. MoKINLEY'S SITUATION. St Louis Globe Dutnocrnt There are certuin politicians who re fuse to believe that McKlnley will be noailnuted, notwithstanding the mani festly decisive drift in his favor. They cite precedents to prove that his supe rior strength is likely to become a source of weakness when tho conven tiou meets by causing a combination of nil of the other candidates against him, He 1h now, they say, much in the posh tion of Seward in 1800, of Blaine in 1870. and of Grant in 18S0. But these cases are not aualogous. The condi tiona that now prevail are significantly different from those which then exist d. There was a strong and bitter per Bonal antagonism in all of the three in stances mentioned, aa well as a pro nounced feeling that defeat would fol low the nomination of the men in ques tion. There ib no such opposition to McKinley. Those who prefer other candidates are not hostile to him ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 May 1896

I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANMKKS, I'ubllitier. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. VJUXJ.AXAJ.AMJ.AXJ.AJl.tAJ.AX.M-'f 3 MAY J896. ; ; : Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur, FrI. Sal. ; ; . 4.X ' . iliiJliiiiii I6 i j; 17 18 J920 2J 22 23J -24 25 2o"27 28 2? 30 . - : qt : J 44 4444 4444 4444 4444 THE WOULD AT LAItGE, Summary of tho Daily Nows. WASHINGTON NOTI'.S. riinflini'.NT Cr.KVW.ANt has further amended tlio civil service rules by tin order issued on tho 8tli bringing into tho classified service tho interstate coimnercc commission, which will om brnce about MO persons. OrnciAi.s of the treasury nt Wash ington wero gratified at tho riso in freight rates on gold export shipments anil th Ink tho result will have- tho effect of provonting for a time gold going out of tho country. It waB rumored at Washington that ex- l'ostinastor Oonoral WanainaUer was angling for tho vlco presidency. Tub long-talked-of extension of civil scrvico rules which takes in chief clerks and all tho high grado depart ment oillc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 May 1896

tMB r i w - -7 h A r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER TV. TV. SANDK11S, 1'ublUIier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. A DANDELION. O, golden heart a-gleamlng In tho grass On a fair morn o' May, 1 stooj) to touch you softly as I pass Along tho common way. . Thinking of ono blue-sky and whlto-cloud day When, froo from vexing care, 2 pulled ii ml curled your stems In childish play, And wove them In my hair; Or breathed across your phantom seod Hpliere thcro With wonder nnd delight To boo j oil, Hplrlt-llko, rise In tho air And vanish out of sight; Believing while I watched your shining lllght, Tho brooding, blessed Power, Mysterious nnd silent as tho light, Would bring you back, a llower. Ah, sweet child-trust that bides through sun and shower, In wisdom all unskilled; Alter long storms will come a fateful hour Whon It thall bo fulllilcd. IIopo's winged seeds, through all tho years unchlllcd, I'.looin In tho wayside grass, Tho llower comes back and with heart strangely thrilled Wo bless It as wo pass. Anno L. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 May 1896

.. ii ,dmMimmmtm TtBWreWaUJlUflLJLDMHIJ- - ji'i,'.i"iii,nimiiiJilwtiij-m jh.ij.mil JlJLHUHUfllll I I V"jiirsxByavjt.KaaBtiaam cuiMjani mm iSarmawEmaaBaajs ?.. The Nebraska Advertiser : n". HJj"vinn ruhUtiur. aunsoRirnoN $U0 run tkak - - ' "-. - FRIDAY. MAY 15, 1806. Gov. Holcomb has appointed tho successors of Church Howo and W. 15. Majors us niomhari of the Normal school board. Mr. Majors' term was not out yet, but lis handod in his roslg nation, W.U. JackBon of Onuil waa ap pointed in Howe's placo, and Joseph Liitnuster, of Tecutnuch, in placo of Majors. J . P. Price of Hitchcock county waa in the city Monday. Ho ia thn pop idol who desires to go to congrosH, which lib will do nit! The pops here wore glad to see him and gave hi in a great ovation . When he steppod out upon the street hit) admirers so tliroiiRod him that tho thoroughfare was blockaded for hours, lint ho is a great and good man and groat rover enco Ih duo him. Culbortaon Era. This is our old friend Polk Price, formo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 May 1896

L. (-JJ I f. . JuuiuiaiLiJttiua3njreM ebmnku dvertiser. VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1896. NUMBER 481 Cft &J f K - h - V s K L.' T 9 . Ut ? A l i.. lTjlMi Local ISTews. New aummor goods at Titus & Wll- liamB. Elliott Martin, of Peru, gave us n call last Friday. Try the Titus & William! Baking Powder. Free samples. TIio Nemaha schools closed todav with a picnic in the park. Stephen Cooper has bought a fine now buggy for his livory stable. Remember, Titus & Williams carry tho beat grade of shoes, and soil at low prices. A number of Brownvillo people at tended the Memorial exercises hare laBt' Sunday aftornoon. Mrs. M, II . Taylor and Mrs. W. W. Sanders visited Auburn friends last Friday and Saturday. Rev. Mr. Diltz, of Brownville, will deliver the oration on Decoration Day at the Prairie Union church. FOR SALE OR TRADE. House and two lots in Nemaha. Apply to Kemp Coleriok. Rev. 0. II. Gilmore delivers the Decoration Day address at Brownviile. The service...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 May 1896

BBTtmraTfl ,tI3 f,llr lny imH,0(, 'WVU rw the. MtinwiiHlow! HSLS. Ilr I stood enwrapped Ami tint wont wiih touched with Its wnrtnth n n d Klow, As It welcomed the liuliny night. Jn I stood hy the rond In my tl renin of Joy, I wnn touched hy themulllcd totio Of tlio funonil drum, whllo the soldier by Was. homo to IiIm rent nlone. I followed the hlnr to the lonely grave, With n heart thnt iiwelled with prldo J.'nr tho deedH or the nohlo hero lirovu Who for IiIh country died. .And I withered tho lilies for IiIh wlnding Hlieet, Made wrenthn of tho lloworH that Brow by thn wny, .'And luld them down nt tho horo'H feet, Thin Bud Momurlnl dny. .And every yenr as thn tlmo goes hy, .And tho evening huu lights thu weHtern f.Uy, , I gather tho flowers thnt grow by tho wuy, .And weave Into Bnrlnndn fniBrnnt with life, And bo (o the Rrnvo Memorial dny, To kIvo him his laurels ho won In tho Htrlfe, l.ydia 15. Walsh, In Homo nnd Country. jANESTManIk PLUNKETT-f OHNJNU," mild Mr. Moth ! It M II n- -M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 May 1896

i A j 1 V 1 r A r TWO MEW BISHOPS. Thn Mctliodtut Oonciml Conference Honor Dr. CrniiHtAti nl Clmptuln MoCnbe. Ci.kvki.a.nd, 0., May HO. Tho dead lock in the M. E. general conference ever tho election of two bishops was broken yesterday by tho selection of Dr. Charles a McCabc, of New York, and Dr. Earl Cranston, of Cincinnati. It' was apparent when tho delegates assembled in tho morning that they were tired of tho balloting, and were determined to bring matters to nn issue. The ball was set rolling by llov. C. L. Stafford, of Iowa, who moved that the election of bishops bo indefi nitely postponed. This precipitated a lively discussion, nnd tho motion was defeated. Then Dr. A. 11. Leonard, of Cincinnati, moved that in future ballots tho name of no candidate bo announced who received less than ten votes. That motion car ried, and it smashed tho deadlock. On tho 14th ballot Dr. McCabe's vote jumped to 2f8 from 100, and Dr. Crans ton's from 245 to 201. That indicated clearly who tho lea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 May 1896

jtrumidii)Jwimum ii"iii',.in).,f.i'nmi'ii. jiMiFUMi'i".",vii;Mi".ijn-nui,j rrrawni trenrfjgrt..,jtwa;-MjjimTirAaaTa.VMsuui.i'Ji.iJ.'fiwiHjw ctaMVjjjivrjxiMnaa:iarrTsigaTff.irrriargEncC3i 1 The Nebraska Advertiser ft. I N1JVIHllti) iMiir. Sunaoitii'TiOK. Sl.fiOPKK YKAH FRIDAY. MAY 20, 1800. A LITTLE NONSENS. "Look here, .lohn.wc have now been married Home, time. Wliy don't you Icuvo the Unehelorrr' club?" "They wnut to hcep me. uh " "Honorary mciiilier?" "Oh, no hh a warning example." Flle (cnde Mnetter. Xo Love Lost, Magistrate "Ih tho prlBoncr known, constable ?" Constable "Yes, he's well known to tho police, your worship." Prisoner (savagely) "Gam! I oin't on speakln' terms with none o' yer!" Fun. Teacher "Can any little boy tell mo which is the longest day in tho year?" Hilly "Some fellows say tho day before Christinas is, and some nay the day before tho Fourth of July." Harper's Hound Table. Satisfactorily Explained. "Well, of nil the impudence! Asking me to help you because you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 May 1896

iiuwjiiiBnawiiiiLijiwiwjjwiMijiijuijiiirvaMvniuiiiuiiwwAUjiiiitijiojngviMW'ty Jf ' ' 1 IV f 4 A V The Nebraska Advertiser IT". '. HJJS'MiRHIt, 1'HhUihtr. SunsoitlPTlON S1.50PEUYKAK FlUDAY. MAY 20, 1800. Tho 15th annual session of tlie Ne brnska Chautauqua Assembly will be held ou tho Chautauqua fr 'Utidn ut Croto, July 3d to 15th 1890. No pains have boon spared to secure tho best talent in all departments, and those who attend the Crete Chautauqua nr assured that no iluer tinny of lecturers, speakers, teachers, and musicians will appear on any western platform.' The program is now in the hands of tho printer and will soon be ready for dis tribution. m m A new swindle is abroad in tho rural districts, according to an exchange which warns every community to be on tho outlook for a female book agent. Sho leavos a book for a prospective purchaser to look over. The next day a man calls and atika if the book has been examined, saying that sho leaves the book and he dous the soliciting. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 May 1896

! m THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ..M. W. W. 8ANUi:ilS, rubllalicr. NEMAHA, - XEliRASKA. THE WOULD AT LARGE. Bummary of tho Dally Nows, AVASIIINOTON NOTT..H. Skciu;tahy Oi.nky Iiiih received u lot tor from MlsBCliiru IJtirlon In which sho denies the stutemeiit tlmt Turlcihh olll cers Interfere with tho distribution of relief In Asia Minor. Thh report on the Oklulioum Btuto hood bill wiib Hubmltted on tho 20th t tho committee. The bill us It will finally appear In tho bonne- will Hot apart three saline reservations, located In what la known ah tho strip country. This covers about 80,000 acrcn and will belong to the new Ktatc. Tiik supremo council of tho A. I'. A. finished itn business at Washington on tho 18th and then adjourned. Kuiisuh City wus solccted as tho place for tho next annual Kuthoriiiir. The advisory board was abolished, its duties beintf placed In tho hands of the supreme executive board. It was reported at Washington that nn understanding had boonrouched by tho antl-McIvinlo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 May 1896

h ' h v .. A NEBRASKA STATE NEWS. GEN. FAIRCHILD DEAD. SrKcrr.ATonsln the vicinity of Wnyno arc holding 200,000 bushels of corn for a rise. Wausa. will havo n two-acro park with i"00 trees sot out this summer for ornamental purposes. Thk Representative, an alllanco or ?an at TccumseH, has been discontin ued for want of patronage. Enrrou Onor.N, of the llrock Cham plon, preaches regularly overy Sunday ito increasing congregations. Thk Hattlo Creole creamery is buying an average of 17,500 pounds of milk per day, paying 50 cents per 100 pounds. LiaiiTMNo struck tho Tood creek Qcrman Lutheran church near Tecum soli tho other day and tho building burned. Loss, 5,000: no insurance. Tiik supremo court has granted a stay of sentence in the easo of ex Treasurer IJolln, of Omaha, ponding a review of tho case. Hail was fixed at 550,000. At Chadron recently W. R. Welch, who waB on trial for murdering Grant Santco, was acquitted after an excit ing trial. Welch sot up tho plea of self-defense. Ci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 May 1896

t ih w 9- i , uiwuiiiiwiiJMuiiiuuwiiri,wn wnnmrgnrirgBOann Y, W. W. KEELING, NlSMAHA OlTY", NISIUliYltA. Onico first door south of Park hotel. W. W, SAWDERS, Notary -: Public Itfomalia City, Nob. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In :m::e.A-TS Iligiiost prlcoo pn1ti;for hlilo, Iwnl, luilow g.xine, etc NEMAHA. CITY, NEHUASKA. HEllHRBERsSliDP H. A. Thomi)son, Pro. HllltvltlR, Ilulr DrcwIiiK. HIiarnpoonliiRi ltii7or Jlonulng. Hpoclul nltctitlon pa 111 to Ladles mid Children. AycMor Ifcbraika City Steam Laundry. J. L. Mcluln, M.J)., Pi. i. PHYSIC II C I'KUI ALT1 KH: DlneftHOH of tlio Blcln, !)! O which of Wornou unit Ulillilron Will prmnpily niiHUor nil caIIh, cither day or iilKlu Olllco ill Keynoto DrugSlmc The Nebraska Advertiser If. VT. HJiJVItKlttl. M'ubUttlttr. SUllBOUll'TION.. 81.50 PICK YKAll FRIDAY. MAY 20, 18110. SAVED BY A FAITHFUL DOG. Hoa&nha, - 'Nebraska BJE-X3B iH ChuibHghlatjoku KoprcAOiitlDK Cooper tlio running Livoryinan OK NlIMAHA. Lruvo your orders for n team, linclc or...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 June 1896

mtEnamaiiujjuiMuui uhumm jnimiiu,'.iT t u W) ebmzfa MAvertim. NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1896. NUMBER 49; iJy- VOLUME XL , mjl H , IUMW BW IUMJUJU. v... yr y - - ' " . vih . f ft. li. A A 25-ESWSW Local News. Additional local on last page. Misa Pearl Finch, of Browuvilie, is vi3iting Nemaha friends. It Nemaha going to celebrate the glorious Fourth this year? Rev. 0. II. Gilmore and Master James went to Julian Wednesday. Mr. Stephens has leased the lower room in the Avoy building for a paint room. Casner Barnes, of west Nemaha precinct, gave us a short call Friday of last week. Eleven inches of rain fell during the month of May. Almost 2 inches foil last Saturday night. Charley and Eugene IIowo, who have boon attending tho Peru Normal school, are at home again. J. W. Taylor, of Lincoln, has beon looking aft3r business matters in Ne maha and vicinity this week. Tho M.E. Ladies' Aid society cleared over S15 at the ice cream supper given the night of commencement. Church IIowo g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 June 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER . i i - XV. XV. 8ANIHCUS, I'liblUhcr. NEMAHA, NEUUASKA. fl THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WAHIIINOTON NOTICS. PjlF.fllDKNT Cl.KVRI.AMI OH tho 2.1(1 tscnt to the Bcnuto n uiensufro doalininp; to furninh the correspondence of tho ntuto department In regard to tho treatment of American citizens In Cuba on the ground that It was incompati ble with tho public horvico to do bo at tho present time. Tho Ron rite had previously ndoptcd a resolution unking for the correspondence. A HrnciAi. dispatch from Washing ton to the Now Yorlc Herald stated that a member of tho cabinet had nald thoro would bo no compromise at tho Chicago convention on tho money question if the Clevelund administra tion can prevent it and that it will bo a fight to a finish as far as President Cleveland was concerned. A btouv has boon startod in Wash ington that Senator Quay may bo made chairman of thu national committee to take care of tho McKlnlcy campaign. Accouiii.no to tho bes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 June 1896

K h f A x THOUSANDS KILLED. An Awful Calamity at a Russian Festival. Jlniigry rrnsnnt Itimh for tho Table and Tmmple TlioiiRiinilft to Death oiicu, fllo., Itecolvc it Deudly Storm VU- Itiitlun .Many Drowned. fuliimltr iif. n. llusslnn l'emt. Moscow, .lime 1. A tjrriblo panic, resulting from tho great crush of people at the popular feast hero Satur day in honor of tho coronation of tho ar, caused the trampling to death of thousands of people. In anticipation of tho grand holiday and popular ban quotonthc Hodynsicy plain, tens of thousands of people began trooping toward the Fotrovsky palace, in front of which tho plain is situated, during the earliest hours Saturday. It was .at first arranged to accommodate 400,000 people, but in view of the hnmonso crowds assembled in and about the ltynt the coronation fote, oxtra tables iind benches were hastily erected and every effort was mado to provide seating room and a hearty meal for .100,000 people. Uy dawn tho mass of peasants about the ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 June 1896

'CTiwranriH'nHnirfA!aMiwninijw'jm'ritji)n-t'Ffii'M'jnrT u' tti.MxirrrmTMVTKr-tr&rtfiamJTTinTt?jB The Nebraska Advertiser If. If. H1J'liltN fuhUnhir. FRIDAY. JUNE 0, 1800. CHORDS llie I.lttlo AND wfjujujioa BARON HIRSCH'S FUND. Work Tlutt In Doiio iltli tlin IHmiiI I'lil tuiitliriiplHt'H (lift lo Ami'i-lm. The Huron dc Hli-seli fund hi tho United St-atca was started in March, 1891), 'wlicn the- phlhinthroplut gave $JJ,6()H,)0() In ciihIi (o u board of tniHtees, seven of whom reside In Now York and two in Philadelphia, for the purpose of uducutltifr and Amcrlcnnlzlnf,' Jtu.ssinn and Koumnnhtn iiniiilraiitJewH lo en able them to become m-lf-supportlng1. Immediately upon urrlwil the chil dren of thu Immik'rantHurc taught En;; HhIiIii 12 large ohisrooniHin thel'duea tlonalAllianee building bygmduatoHof tho Normal college, who prepare them to enter thu primary grades of the pub lic KehoolH. There are now 750 children In these day chi.sHcs. A matron i in charge of the lavatory, who see...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 June 1896

I Ml.ML.VlWAMUIJlIUlJ.WJIU-ttlllUJlIVVJUUt.lLIlL'MlUI.l,'ltllJllWt'lAIJl. IIU.11I.. malum juiiMiniiUM.imuniiiHinimnmumiiHimimnaTi- 4-. uir v s" The Nebraska Advertiser I. . tMYJfiIt, VubHtltir, SUHSOKIPTION.. Sl.oO l'EU YKAU FLU DAY. JUNE 5, 1800. TAHLK HOOK CHAUTAUQUA The II rat minimi session of tlm Tnble Kock Clmutiuiqvm assembly will be held at their nlctureaquo park, Table Kork, Nob., July 1st to 14th. The grounds of the Chautauqua nro the celebrated grounds of the old"tab!e rock," a locality that has a lotnantic interest for every person in southeast Nebraska. Here tradition says tho ancient Indian tribes built their altar fires and offered up living sacrifices to their heathen gods, and chimed bones and H3H03 were found by early settlers in the clefts of the ponderous rocks that Bkirt the litlldido. Hero also for n short timo in 1858 was tho rendezvous of old John Brown, whose "soul gees marching on," and who with his small band of devoted followers and liberated slaves found...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 June 1896

3' ST. LOUIS STJtICKEN. JPnrrul DoBtruotlon of Llfo and Property by a. Tornado. At Tunt Knur Hundred Killed nnd Mnny Hundred Injuroil Vt'irili Wrncliuil ' , Jiml Million of DntlnrV Worth of 1'roiiBrtjr Dontroyod. 'St. Louih, May 28. When tlio sun xoso on St. Louis and vicinity tills anorulug it showed n scene of terrible wnln and disaster, wind, rain and llro having combined In n mission of de struction. At lonnt 300 lives wore lost in thin city and as many mora In Hast 5U Louis, whllo thousands wore in jured, many ho severely that they cannot recover. Tlio exact nuinbor of dead and Injured will, however, not bo iVuowti for mnny days for tho debris ot' ruined buildings undoubtedly covers oros of people. The damage and de struction of proporty will aggregate canny millions of dollars, but the ex act amount cannot be estimated with nny degree of certainty. Tho tornado, which caused this do Htruction, atruclt tho city yesterday afternoon at r:r o'cloolc and soon mvept to Bust St. Louis...

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