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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 June 1896

I fcf h H X y AGRICULTURAL HINTS. STEEL-TRACKED ROADS. Aloiu-y unil Liilinr-SuvliiK Drvloo of Well Knowii Xmv Yorker. Ex-Senator John O'Donnell, formerly n railroad commissioner of New York, litis devised a system of stecl-trnek high way which he hopes to see adopted by the rural communities of the country as a set-off to high freight rates by rail ways. On an ordinary macadamized high way, two steel gutters, each live inches wide and half an inch deep, arc laid on longitudinal stringpleees and cross wooden tlesat a width of 4 feet 8 inches from center to center. To insure per fect drainage, side channels are con ducted at frequent intervals from these gutters to the outside of the road. Mr. O'Donnell quotes from the .De cember bulletin of the road department tit Washington to show that 313,340,27 tons of farm products were hauled over country roads in one year at a cost of $GG3,SGl),000, or about SM per cent, of the total value of the products. Nearly two-thirds of this amount coul...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 June 1896

)CA'.flJPLUi J-I1P IJUUiUl 141 IJULHIUI JlMjeWTB IK0W3?lBUW3MW9CBiCVUFfVRfl(i TCCTgaatiiiiJTgamtgitanYfMfn'jfTgaMttvtcCTTyji ranrvT iViTHtiit-tti rrPBl u KMd5MWliJ:l UUHIS WHLHL ALL USt (AILS. Iloet Cough Hjrup. Tories Otxxl. Urol in iimn. honi nr nmitginm. TQR. W. W. KEELING, Nkmaiia. City, Njmuaka. Offico first door aouth of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Nomalia City, Nob. Kerker & Hoover, Denier In illKhost price jinldfor hides, lnrd,'vtilow j.uno, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. H. A. Thompson, Pro. BIiiwInk, lliilr DrcNNliiKi Hlminpoonliic, Jtuzor noticing, HK'Clul nttcntlun jmlil lo Liutlui mill Children. Atcut for fftbratka City 6'tutm Laundry. J. L. Meloln, M.JX, J'li.G. SI'KOIALTIKH: DIhpiuiph of tho Btcln, I)Ih cmnch of Women and Ulillilron Will promptly niiNUor all chIIh, olthor day or nielli Olllcu al Koynoto Drug Htorc NcMialia, - Nobrnska Cuius Pohi.auokh Ituiiri'Honllni; Cooper tlio rtifltlltiK Liveryman OK NlCMAHA. Lcavo your orders for a team, hack or dray, a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 June 1896

11 iilii-iiiiuiiiiiiiimi iirgcceBMiii iiiiuMAiiitiwj,nijuan bmi miiiiiiiii ebmsh 1 VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1896. NUMBER 50 'r Mdvertiser. me M sr . I k IV K h mA 1 x y . Local 3STews. Additional local on last pago. Samuel Brhnbla visited Auburn Tuesday, J. W. Taylor returned to Lincoln Thursday. The water In the rapidly rising . Missouri river is A cool wave struck Nemaha Thurs day afternoon. Rabe Elliott shipped u car of hogs to Nebraska City Tuesday. James A.Titus went to Omaha Tues day to attend the Masonic grand lodge. Two of Stella's business houses were closed up by the cruditors during the past week. FOURTH OF JULY MEETING. We are requested to call a meeting of those interested in tho celebration of the Fourth of July, said meeting to bo held at Tub Advertibkr office at 7:80 p. m. on Tuesday, Juno 10th. Evorybodv interested is requested to be present. Rev. James Hiatt will preach at Hillsdale Saturday night, at 11 o'clock Sunday, and again Sunday night. C...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 June 1896

II TUBBUSUIDIHITD i i i VT. IV. 8ANDKKS, l'ulilltlier. NEMAHA, - NEHRASKA. SEPARATED. "VVlint maltcrH the river wlilcli wlniln be tween? Tt Is cfiny to speak ncroHBl" nho cried. But JiIh r.tiBwer rniiu tliroiiKli the sunny pceno: "It Ih better fnr to Itrpp llo by Blue In there nomrlit to whiter 'twist yoti nnd rnc'' . .. ii. And tbu river wltlcnn towards the seal Tlicy net mc n-ilronmlriK thoso words they hokP , . A-dreainltu; of hearts which uro mindercu Hy nn nmrry word or a UiourIiUcbb Joke, Or by nilflty BomelltliiK that nonu can know. Only henceforth two tro ever npnrt. Too far for the touching of heart wltn heart. And the one cries vnlnly. but nil unheard, For the other Is stricken deaf and duiiii. And thoy both faro on, In tho hope de ferred ,., Of a meeting day that enn ncarcelj come: , , , ., Of the other'u heart, each has lout tne "And tho river widens towards tho sea." And each soul rocs ycarnlnR apart to cry: "O, my cherished friend of tho vanished days, , , Wo have lost...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 June 1896

X .1 W', .$' $? M- fl' ; X Yt Pictorial History of the St. Louis Cyclone of May 27, 1896. --- " 3 " - '" i H I mvmmmmmmWmmir'0lmrZA mF J!aMfEtr'l!Z'SSl'9fikf' .Txt-w EAST ST. LOUIS, LOOKING TOWARD THE EADS BRIDGE-THE CENTER AND BACKGROUND OF THE PICTURE SHOWS THE RUINS OF RAILROAD WAREHOUSES WHERE MANY PERSONS WERE KILLED.-Chieago Kccord EAST ST. LOUIS, LOOKING EAST FROM EADS BRIDGE. Chicago Chronicle. S -tfoS ,-a WtifiSS ,.J JJSBI BWMi- .m2- f .i vwrcu-r- j-'.xis-x fe.1 Sfltft.ni VI AVH DEERING HARVESTER COMPANY'S WARE HOUSE, ST. LOUIS. Chicago Tribune. ST. MARY'S CHURCH, EAST ST. LOU S. Chicago Record -0-2 A Frram jj qJH-t k "-m p-'' -Vfc SCENE ON SOUTH SECOND STREET, ST. LOUIS. Post-Dispatch. "sS ;?111P Jar THE REAR OF THE ST. LOUIS CI1Y HOSPITAL AS IT LOOKS NOW.-Chicajro Chronicle. tfV'ilill CITY MORGUE, ST. LOUIS TOO SMALL TO HOLD THE DEAD. Chicago Times-Herald. rfvu f (( f-ifsS? j7jr -nyS3.. LUOKING NORTHEAST ON TWELFTH STREET, ST. LOUIS.-Timcs-IIerald WflISf wiipli SCENE AT M...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 June 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - .i W. W. 8ANDK11S, I'nblliher. . ,., NEMAHA, NEHKASKA. VXAXAJt.,t.AJ.J.J.J.J.X4.XJ.J...J.-.AXA JUNE 1896. Sun. Mori. Tuo. Wed. 3 Frl. Sal. 5 12 19 26 8 10 17 13 20 27" J4 21 28 15 16 24 .... fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTT'l THE WOULD AT LA11QE. Summary or tho Daily Nowa "WASHINGTON NOTKN. Miss Juua Stj:vknbon, daughter of tho vlco president, wiib married at Washington on the 2d to llov. Martin Hardin, a hou of lion. P. Watt Hardin, of Kentucky. Tin: body of tho late James G. lllainc will bo takon from Oak Hill cemetery, Washington, and reintorred at Augus ta, Mo. Mrs. Itlalnc has purchased three acres on the front of the hill for the purpose. Tin: war department states that tho drill regulations for tho cavalry unci the marching maneuvers for the heavy artillory aro almost ready for distribu tion to those interested. The drill regulations for tho infantry will not bo ready boforo tho end of August Hknatoh CAimcusuid on tho !id that the republican headquarters wil...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 June 1896

t - J-- t x NEBRASKA STATE NEWS. Oim will celebrate the glorious Fourth in glorious style. lil.Mii will have a "new brick hotel, the contrnct having already been lot, John Caiui, a farmer, was recently kicked to death by a horse near Gor ing. The acreage of Kafllr corn In Sarpy county Is larger this year than over before. Tub Emerson i-ollrr mills burned tho other morning. Loss, 20,000; Insur ance, S7,000. IJaptist clergymen of tho state re cently held tin interesting ministerial institute at Grand Island. Tiik 10-year-old son of S. M. Phil pot, a J umber dealer of Humboldt, was drowned tho other day. Onk Implement man at Ihulr has al ready sold 11 self-binders In anticipa tion of a heavy crop of small grain. Tub Ashland post ofllco was broken open tho other night and several reg istered letters and S10 in money stolon. ' Miss Noka Hiri: was recently arrest ed at Hastings for sonding obscene let ters through the mails. She gave bonds for appearance. Ahout seven o'clock the other eve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 June 1896

i' in i WASHINGTON SOCIETY. Absurd Storloa Sont Out by Nows papor Oorroapondonts. The I.nll (if tlio Limit Am Hotter Hop- rcHiuiloil lit tlin National Cupltul Tliiui tlio aimi Homo Alum- lug NtorlfMi (Bppctnl WanliliiKton Letter. ' This system of writ hit' for newspa pers at space rates in h vicious one. It induces writers to pud their work at tlio Expense of voraeitj null strict re liability. It in particularly noticeable that the Washington correspondents of papers conducted upon tlio space ratu plan are habitually giving to the jeoplc of this country erroneous 1m prosslons concerning the national cap ital. For example, in a jnetropolltan newspaper the following item was printed under a Washington date line: One of tin most prominent society dames of Washington went to the grand L-&1 4iL " wmt1 wwm ?- "usi: youi: i.rrrr.rc roitic roit oysti:us. opera recently. She had simply an ad mission ticket for which she had paid two dollars, lint seeing a vacant seat ihe proceeded to occ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 June 1896

X y Ami There Are Other. Mr. Sloper (whose wife is a bicycle enthusiast) There you go again, my clear. Cnn't you let tip ou the bicycle talk; don't you know you are injuring jour chances of going to Heaven, ns well as driving me almost crazy? Mrs. Sloper (startled) Why, what do you mean, John; is this one of your sacrilegious jokes? Mr. S. No joke at all. Do you sup pose you will he admitted to the Heaven ly choir when you can harp only on one subject, and an infernal one at that? llrooklyn Life. Why Ho Docs It. "I understand that he hangs himself over a clothesline every day for an hour or two." "He docs." "That seems strange. Has there ever been any question as to his sanity?" "Not at all. Everyone understands the reason. He is trying to make a 'scorcher' of himself, and merely takes this method of improving the curve of hia back." Chicngo I'ost. ri:uri:cTiA' saw:. Small Person in Hiding Keep still, Jimmy; he'll never discover us here! Chicago llecord. I Gentlemen of I.cliuro. Kin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 June 1896

HIIHIIUH1JW.HI I 'J' 1. 1 III' -JJwiiMiJ.tii,i'juaj.mjijvrfflfn i m ibnrmimni it 1 1 mini ml 1 1 UMil I-1 t K AILS. Ml UUHtb WHIHI ALL llbt l tSi IJcet UouRh Hrrup. TaatoAtiood Crl in ti Bold bv ilnifffflAtfi Ubo H x It. W. W. KEELING, NlSMAlIA. OtTV, NKllKAKA, Ofllco first door south of Park hotel. W. W, SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nomalia City, Nob. Kerker & Hoover, Doalor In Highest prices paldlfor hides, Inrd, tallow game, etc NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. NEM&H&zB&RBERsSHOP H. A. Thompson, Pro. The Nebraska Advertiser If. If, H1J'lH!ltN rubllihtr. SUIIBOKIPTION. . .... 81.no PICK YKAlt FHIDAY. JUNE 12, 1800. Hlinvltiff, Jlalr DroHflliiK, HIiMiipoonlni:, Ituzor IIoncliiK. Hin'dnl Httcntlon pnld to I,iu1Ips anil Children, Apentor Nebraska City Steam Laumtry. J. L. Mclvin, M.D., lh. G. PHYSICIM SURGEON O PKOIALTIKS! Dlsoftsos of tho Hkln. I)1h O eases of Woman and Children Will promptly answer nil culls, either ilny or night Olllco til Koynoto Drug Blorc Nostnha, - Nebras...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 June 1896

( Ll ru ebmsfa VOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1896. NUMBER ft I fjLslsis i : "3 ,X Local ISTews. The Great American circus was in Nemaha Monday. Auburn and Brewnville will cele brate the Fourth. Mart May viaited Lincoln friends several days last week. Miss Flo Minick has again taken her position as assistant pesttnlstress. The editorof this family journal has bean "enjoying" a nelge of rheumatism tliis week. Little Theodore Hill, of Stella Is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Theo. Hill this week. MIbb Nora Elliott is visiting friends at Lincoln, tike will prebably remain until after the 4th. Guy Taylor came down from Lincoln Jdnday nlghl,and is visiting his many friends in Nemaha and vicinity. The unnual school mooting will be held at the ucheol noma one week from, next Monday night June 2tfth. Robt. Hoskius was quite Hick for several days last week and tho lirat ol this week, but 1 able to be out again. Geo. N. Sanders was first on the list this year with roaatiug etrs....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 June 1896

ii m m THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. W. 8ANDKK8, l'ubllilier. NEMAHA, -.-'-- NEIJKASKA. THOUGHTS AT EVE. When tho nickorlriK flrollKlitn flumlng rIukIowr on tho wall ilo cant, Memory couk-h to hold anil haunt mo with thu iiumiork'H of tho lutflt. And my heavy heiirt turns backward, thoiiKli the yearn Imve onward rolled, To the happy time of childhood, to tho youthful cluys of old. Knrly BccneH nnd enrly plenmires now arc Iilctured to my eyes; DccdH nnd wonlH of playmatcH dlntnnt throtiKliii? round my heart will Hho. Now I henr their childish laiifjlitcr ring within iint'CHtnil hiillH, And their hurrying footmeps loudly Bound within thu ancient IiiiIIh. For In lclndncxrt now tho dlntnnco nnnworn to my longing nigh, When I think of whnt to-dny Ih nnd tho ilnys thnt have gono hy. For In fancy now I listen to thoso talcs in childhood told FcatH of valor done In battle, dono hy warriors strong and hold. Nor onr houIb were little doubting that tlin ntnrldu Mmv with true. And our throbbing h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 June 1896

&& THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V. SANDKHS, TublUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. BEAUTY AND ITS OPPOSITE. The Story of n 1'rntty Olrl, a Homely Ctrl untl Mini. As the writer was talking to n re tired colonel in front of nn uptown liotol n fow days ago, a very hnndsomo woman passed them, and the writer's eyes went after her almost as fast as the colonel's did. "By zueks!" cxolnlmed the writer, "isn't she pretty?" "Bather," admitted the colonel, "but beauty is something you can't most al ways sometimes bank on, especially the beuuty of woman's face or figure." "Well, it's always good to look at, any how." "Of course, and sometimes it's lasting mul actual, but oftener the very pretty woman is notthemostattrnetive." "Still, there's u charm in beauty," in sisted the writer, straining his eyes around the corner to getti farewell view of the fleeting vision. ".Now, here's where I come in with a story," laughed the colonel, who always makes his points with a story. "When I was a man of 35 I wa...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 June 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. 8ANDKKS, Publisher. NEMAHA, - - NBHRASKA. VXXXXXXXXXJ.XXXXXXXXXXXXXX'f : JUNE 896 1 ; Sun. Mori. Tuo. Wod. Thur. ft). Zti. I : 7 "i" T 10 n 2 13 : : II 7? 76" jTI? j 20 : :' 2? 22 23 24 25 26 27 ' I .o ju mi r TjjrppYTTTTV:FrTTTfT:fTT' THE WORLD AT LAKG.& Summary of tho Dally Nowd. WASIIIM1TOX NOTKS. Tun president bus signed tltu general deficiency bill. The hill carries tin ap propriation or letter curriers' over time in several cities in Kunsns and Missouri. Tin: senate sub-committee, designat ed to conduct an investigation of tlio recent bond issue, lias decided to begin its work after the adjournment of con gress and to admit tho press to its ses sions. Sknatou Cui.i.om stated on tlio Oth that ho wanted tho St. Louis conven tion to como out plainly for sound monoy, without any straddling. Tiik outilow of gold from tho federal treasury continues at nn alarming rato mi (I the prospectH tiro that tho raid on tho treasury will increase rather than d...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 June 1896

.T "4 NEBRASKA. STATE NEWS. Hi nkki.man hns decided to havo a big jollification on the Fourth. Tiik bunk examiner has completed his examination of tho bank of Houkel inun. Ho found everything stitisfac tory. Tiik old settlers of Otoo county re cently held their annual reunion and barbacuc at Morion park, Nebraska City. A ri:v nights since tho residence of Dr. Anderson, of Wahoo, was entered by burglars and n gold watch and small sum of money stolen. Dn. W. S. Nnwr.oN, of Oswego, Kan., declares that he camped on tho town situ of Omaha In 1853. "There was not a house standing there then. It was Indian land." says tho doctor, "and tho prairie flowers grew unmolested by man or beast." Tin: Knox County Fair association haH issued its premium lists for tho 13th annual fair to bo held at Creighton September 8, 9, 10 nnd 11. The asso ciation is making great preparations and expects to huvc tho finest fair ever held in that section of the state. Tiik three informations, two for em bezzlement...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 June 1896

1 1 AGRICULTURALIIINTS. ABOUT HARD ROADS. Tholr Advnntiitirn lo I'urmrr .Sot Forth hy A. (1. .luilil, or Dixon. III. A hard road Ih a road Hint is by arti ficial menus prepared with a surface of much more permanent and Hulid material thnn that of Km natural (date. The Kind of material tified for sneh nrti ilcial Hiirfacc may differ with the local ity or the use for which the road isiii lended. The abundance of stone and gravel In n comity makes It possible to build excellent roads at a reasonably moder nto cost, and the probabilities are that they are the only materials that we shall use in const meting1 any of the country roads of Lee. county. Brick, wooden blocks, asphaltum, etc.. are used for building roads In cities, but I shall not describe the various modes of construction, as I understand that they are not included in this sub jeet. Let iih realize ut once that different compositions of soil require different Ircntiiient In order to make equally crvleenble roads. In this coun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 June 1896

3 A rnrcluiHo. I'loor-wnlker Did Mrs. Upton buy that lust piece of organdie? .Saleswoman No, Mrs. Downton bought it. Floor-walker Why, I thought I heard her say before Mrs. Upton came in that she didn't like It. Saleswoman She did say so. Floor-walker Then why did she take it? Saleswoman Because Mrs. Upton wanted it. Chicago Hccord. In tint l'ur Soutliiv'Ht. Mrs. Colt (wife of Col. Colt, of Texas) As I was going by Turner's this morn ing, John, 1 heard .71m Muff say that if justice had its due you'd have adorned u telegraph pole long ago. Col. Colt (springing up from the dinner table) .Urn Bluff, you say? Lot JUL Wife Now, John, please finish your dinner. The shooting will keep. Hay City Clint. Tin; .maijcii or sciknci Ardent Lover If you could see my heart, Belinda, you would know how fondly Up-to-Date Girl (producing Roentgen camera) I intend to see it, George. Sit still, please. Collier's Weekly. ItfClllKlll Ulltl KcilllHIll. Professor What's the difference be tween idealism and ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 June 1896

s IIPi "TTT- T-.riTi. ijhii. uwjui.ii ' u..L4jijLlm.iiJi)..i utmmui t.ra. jxmmvxetvmu Mi una wwnk (ill KIS WHIM'. All HSI (AIIS. IICBtCouKliHjrrup. 'i'RMca Uood. Ows In tlmo. Sold lir ilrtmulntn, JJlfrlK'fIShrfi" TJll. W. W. KEELING, NEMAHA. OlTV, Nkuiiaka. Offlco first door Booth of Park liolel. W. W. SANDERS, : -: Public Nemaha City, Nob. Notary Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In MEATS IIIkIiohI price pnitl.for hldea, lard, tnitnw game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEHRASKA. NEMAHABARBERzSHQP H. A. Thonipson, Pro. WiftvltlK, liulr Jireiuiliiid Hlinmpoonltii;, lUzor IIoiioIiik. Nitrclnt Attention (mid to LimIImi unci Children. AyerUor Kchratka City Steam Laundry. J, L. Melvtn, M.D JPh. (i. PHYSIClaHANDSURGEQH SPKCIAI.T1KH: DIsonsoROf tlio Hktn, l)ls PAHeH of Women nuit Children Will prompily answer nil chIIh, clllior day or a If Jit Office nt Key nolo Drugstore $Temaha. - - Nebraska Cuius Soulaugkii llepreAontlng il Cooper the rustling Liveryman of Nemaha. Leave your order for r toiim, hnck 01 dra...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 June 1896

ebmshn dvertiser. YOLUME XL NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1896. NUMBER 52 Whe &JU y :5 Local 2STews. Patronizo your homo merchants. Another good rain Wednesday night. Many farmera aro now busy harvest ing. Andy Tynan was ovor from Stella Friday. Saturday of next week is tlio glorious Fourth. Robert Frost and MlnorTayloc drove out to Auburn Tuesday. Mrs, Viola Wykcs and family re tuned to Syracuse Friday. Miss Lillian Miniok Iiub been sworn in us clerk in the postofiice. 1 he black rust has damaged Seymour Howe's wheat considerably. Harry McCandless shipped a car of corn to Burlington Wednesday. Wo had another glorious rain Sunday night. Almost an inch of rain fell. Hon.T. J. Majors was in town Fri day, talking McKiuley and protection. FORTY YEARS OLD. TriE Adtertiskr is forty years old, this wook completing volume 40. This is an advanced ago for a newspaper in the weit, and few can boast of such long life. Tho family of John H. Dreury, de ceased, dosiro us to return sincer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 June 1896

i it) I 'h ii I! : I ' .Ii & N li i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER 'I' ! XV. XV. SANDK118, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE BOW IN THE CLOUD. AH lny Ioiir tlio clotula linel lowrrnl, And tho rnln liml Hwejit tlio earth, Till It lay nil fair and lovely Ah when God Jlrnt nave It birth; And tin; minuet Hplendor falling, Bet a rainbow In tho nky; And I learned llfo'H luirilcHt Icbhoh Ah tho clotidH were drifting by. For tho radiant minuet i;lory, FnllltiK on my raptured ejvs, Ah tho cloudH wero lifted, thrilled mo Willi a raro and HWeot HtirprlHo. Hut If life wero all fair wcathor, Ab tlio (It'utliiK dayii o by, Wo Hhoiilil never know tho bounty Of tho rainbow In the Hky. Ah tho hum PceniH nil tho brighter Kor the troubloiin cloudH that rise, Ho our team but clear our vIhIoii Kor tho rnlnbow'H glad HtirprlHo. .And our hearts arc all tho purer Kor the Kitlhcr'n chaHtcnlnff hand, Whllo our faith grown clearer, tiUHtliiK Whoro wo cnnnot undcrBtund. Bo If heartH wero free from norrow, ICyeH we...

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