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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 July 1896

(BPWfl'iWf'Wjfc t . ( i L1 $ A, A MINISTER'S WIFE. The rrank Statement of tho I'nstor ol llutlicl Church. Fmm Vic AdvaUtcr, Elmlra, X. r. Dn. Wh.mam. D&ir Sr.'-My vrlfo litis boon n sufferer from rlipuinaUHin for more than tlueo yeari, suffering nt times wltl; terrible pallia in lier limbs, mid other times with a severe "crick" in her back which causes great agony. Sho ent much foi physicians unci medicine, but secured only temporary relief ; ilnally bIio concluded to try Pink Tills. Sho has taken elelit boxes and 1 can say from tho lirst ono slio has lm proved until now she Is almost entirely free from pain, and has grown much Btronger nnd feols conildent that, by tho blessing of God, they will effect n permanent cure. We tako great pleasure in recommending them to our iriuuds. (Signed.) Itr.v. J. II. BrrKNnn, Pastor Bethel A. M. E. Church, Elmira, New York. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a condensed form, all tho elements necessary to civo now life and richness to the bl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 July 1896

USij)u3lwu.,xMiVO!VritMMUKnxMmsrH,jemKmiriiM,iiv,ifMM.miv rrtfmnu ub3wiyMmttwminnunMaciBtaiBBBaiavUBraeBavriaatiXiriat4? t. :. -v .xu..- k .,u .-uiM.-xjxii.-zjru. jMm r jueasro he Nebraska Advertiser W. If. HiJS'njllH Vuhlltlnr. FRIDAY. JULY 21, 1800. Bkook, Neh., July 1, '00. Tlio Horticultural .Institute picnics nt Auburn, 1'oru, Brock and .Johnson, will bo hold tho week beginning Aug. 3rd. Tho noted institute lecturor Hon. N. F. Murray of Missouri, and prominent Nebraska horticulturalisls will address the people- on practis cal and timely horticultural subs jocts. Questions and discussions fol lowing all topics. Evorybody cordial ly invited. Dates and proijratnms next veck. JCakl Aldihoii. In this year of grace, 1800, Nebraska can with much reason lay claim to tho proud distinction of being tho mother of statosmon. Senator Thurston was the most prominont and most honored delogata in tho national republican con. Tontiou, Hon. O E. Uontloy, of Lin coln, is tho presidential nominee ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 July 1896

&bii'e"tU Mi"" '2 ft T.b.f.1 IJttflH-auawM-JEJai'ia'JJWBaagnrmjM xtVLGrsejAjirr.vTti!.XM?v.jnjijwnmmciBUtjtxjm rmm.igainimniwi anwrraazwanuumin'M .. . - j. .uu j .tuAj j.j;wjwa Jwrt3capj n he Nebraska Advertiser If. If. MJVJtJlltfi, 1'ubUihtr, FRIDAY. JULY 2-i, 1800. UkouKiNkii., July 10, '00. Tho Ilorticulturnl Inatitute picnics nt Auburn, Poru, Brock find Johnson, will bu hoia tho week beginning Aug. 3rd. Tho noted iriHtituto lecturer Hon. N. F. Murray of Missouri, and prominent Nobruska liorticulturullats will address the peoplo on prnctls cal and timely horticultural Bubs jocts. Questions and discussions fol lowing nil topics. Evorybody cordial ly invited. Dates and proijrumms noxt yrcek. Kaul Aldkioii. In tins year of grace, 1800, Nobraska can with much reason lay claim to tho proud distinction of being tho' mother of statosmon. Senator Thurston was the most prominent and most honored delegate in tho national republican con-. vontlou, Hon. O E. Ilontloy, of Lin coln, is tho...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 July 1896

?0i,f - 'Ufi 'mmw ?i 1 miiiw u mai ii jwwit t m rt w jbwwtiwm wiir wuvwiftrtcawar Wiiwwjgwfwmw wmiKwarawmfrggwrewfl - uai...... -. - a j- uf ftJ-gJijgyjgrSgy'S he Nebraska Advertiser W. W. NJJYJUiltN, I'uhlithir. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1800. Hkooic, Nun., July 10, '1)0. Tho Hortlcultunil Institute picnics nt Auburn, Peru, Brock and Johnson, will bo held tho week beginning Aug. 3rd. Tho noted institute lecturor Hon. N. P. Murray of Missouri, and prominent Nebraska horticulturists will address the peoplo on prnctis cal and timely horticultural buui jects. Questions and dlscuBslonB fol lovfing all topics. Everybody cordial ly invited. Dates and proijramms next v?eek. JCakl Aldkioii. In this year of grace, 1800, Nobraska can with much reason lay claim to tho proud distinction of being tho mother of statosmon. Senator Thurston was the most prominent and most honored delogata in tho nationnl republican con, vontlou. lion. O E. Rontloy, of Lin coln, la tho presidential nominee of the prohibition...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 July 1896

'WMftfc "ft m 1'. VOLUME XLl NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1896. NUMBER 5 m M , .... 11? 4 SL1ZS lrr.. jriT'i i .ur ; '" j. ' ' - -"" !L'." -j;-;'M" .- . .. ,,,111 , lvjjl ". "J 'jjjjuei i 'It tf f B V.l a A 4- h .1 ' r . Bsncrascwsrara "i'IIUHJ wTlUlt All tlKF fillfi. Ilcst Cough Syrup. Tnstca Good. Ueo in umo. pom uy urupKins. T)ll. W. W. KEELING, Nemaha City, Neuuaica, Office first tloor south of Park hotel. Jffiss Emma Crtm, Local 1ST ews. Plenty of rain. Corn shollers aro busy. Tuuclier of Instrumental : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. My system Is tlio latest, whoroby tlio licst of results ire Kuarnnteed. 1 respectfully nslc for n almro of your imtronnge. 1 3-tf Kerker & Hoover, Denlor In IMIIE-A-TS Highest prices paldfor hides, lard, tailow game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I. G. SUTTON. M.D., Slmbert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All calls promptly answered, day or night. 7-17 J. L. Mclvin, ilZ.2., JPh. G. mmm:mm Old Bottlers' picnic August 22nd. Old papors for salo a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 July 1896

wannMii BnartgiiijijiijiijLuuiuiaHAiwwMiMrainnBg! V xsu3e.juia,i',iirL'T. ijj-jiiijwiii ,ii.i.ti.L.ljjxi.Lijia-i.ujitutjjuixijjiittiLiMnni.uit-r,t jDiimjiuuiuminnBtmaamajm ii.mua)MMMnwri r VOLUME XL I NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1896. NUMBER 5 MB" X. jCTtJMmmwmutiiiiM Jfewbr. ? i y h " t v M" -w ', r- - n j KV,, ' r T j" Ir Uera IdfebHsJfcklld UUKLS Wlltllh ALL tLSE FAILS. Best CoukU Syrup. Tastes Good. in tlmo. sola oy uniaai?ts. jyii. W. W. KEELING, Neha.ua. Crrr, Neurak.v, Ofllco first door south of Park hotel, i NMiss Minima Crim, Teacher of Instrumental : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. Local News. Tlonty of rain. Com shollers aro busy. iRtpm 1b Mio latest, whoroby tho host of results aro guaranteed. I respectfully aslc for a shnro of your patronage l 3-tf My syfi Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In illshest prices pftlti;for hides, lard, tailow gmuo, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C. SUTTON, M. D., Sliubert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All calls promptly answered, day or night...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 July 1896

-w jWywiii t) uM"MWWwwMaBWiima.iii namznn '-"-'"'" """' '-' 111""1"" Tlllll a M. nil J ill i i mm. iUiiuj.JuxB.jaaja9iB-)u., dvertmr. 5 r I $IM arih H4I&4 f-rtl' f M-i f- Oj h A VOLUME XLI jzztzi 3 IUIHLS WHtHfc ALL ELSE Host CoukIi Syrup. Tnstcs UocxI. Ubo in tlmo. fold by UrtiBums. Tl. W. W. KEELING, Nemaha Crrr, Neukak.v. Ofllce flrat door soutli of Park hotel. JfMiss Mimma Crhn, Teacher of Instrumental : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. My ByHtein U t.tio latest, whorotiy tlio best of results lire guaranteed. I respectfully n.sk for a Hlmro of your patronage. l 3-tf Kerker & Hoover, Denlor In II ljjliest prices paldfor hides, lard, tailow game, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C.SUTTON. RID., Slmbert, Nebraska. Does n general practice. All calls promptly answered, day or night. 7-17 J. L. Mcluin, ilZ.2?., JPh. G. SPECIALTIES: Diseases of the Sklu, DIk eases of Wotnon and Children Will promptly answer all calls, either day or nigni uiiico ai Jveynoio urug siore Neinalia, - Nebraska C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 July 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER -I. ! - W. IV. 8ANI1KI18, J'ublliher. NKMA1IA, NEIIUASKA. WHERE ARE THE BOYS? Where nro the boys Hint I wind toltnow? Homo of their temples aro wlilto with snow; And Bonio hnvo cropped over the river wldo And reached the home on the other Hide! Tlio mnudow blossoms tlio Mien hlow Uut whero aro tho boya that 1 used to knov7 I Iiavo never written a hour for fame: I have said to my soul: "If I win a name, Lot It mliiKle Htlll Willi the friends I love If they sink below If they Hoar above!" Uut tho HjirliiK In hero, with her raco and Klow, And wheio aro the boyB that 1 used to know? Where, aro thn boys? Through the lonely yearn Tho world hath laughter-thc world hath tears, And a kiss from a woman's lips In iivvoet Uut I never tramplo tho Htony street Uut I think: "Tliero aro hearts 'neath the rocka; and oh, Whero aro tho boyn of Ioiik nKoV" Ood In tho liluo skies, and God In the pod! And the world with ono chorus that's echo ing "Ood I" And I whisper In Borrow, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 July 1896

(i 1 s. . -r Jfr' ir. ' ," THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. SANDKUS, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. CANT BEAT THE "HELLO GIRL." KfTorti of a Young .tlnn to Avolil l'uy mnnt of ii Dime. "I have found u way to beat the tele phone company out of a dime." The speaker was one of those young men who are abundantly able to pay all charges, but who imagine it a proper thing to "get"' the best of everyone. According to their ethics cheating the telephone company out of a dime is u -worthy thing to do. "How can you boat the 'hello' girl?" "Go into a drug store, ring up cen tral and tell the girl to call the man you want to talk with, and have her tell him to call up No. . whatever may be the number of the telephone at which you are standing. Ask her to tell him to call you giving your name. He is a sub scriber, and there is no charge." The young man to whom this Infor mation was imparted wanted to chat with the cashier girl in a restaurant along in the quiet afternoon hour, ami he went into a dru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 July 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDKKH, rultlUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, THE WORLD AT LAHGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. WAKIIXNGTON NOTK8. Onb feature of note in tho operations on tho 22d tit tho federal treasury was tho startling Increase of tho amount of gold withdrawn from tho sub-treasury for hoarding in this country. On tho 21st only 8158,000 in coin was drawn out for this purpose, but on tho 22d tho amount withdrawn aggregated 8744,100. It was reported from Washington' that Secretary Olnoy had pone to Gray Gables at tho request of President Cleveland and that Secretary Lntnont was likely to ho in that vicinity on thu 22d. Tho conforcueo was thought to be for tho discussion of political ques ions and that tho president soon after tho conference would issuo some sor. of a statement defining his position. At tho close of business on tho 23d tho federal gold reserve had been once more placed safely over tho 8100,000,000 mark. This was accomplished through tho deposit of gold coin by ce...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 July 1896

i $1 ?K i Ivft BRYAN NAMED. Tho People's Party Nominates the Nobraskan for President. Bewail Turned Down mid Tom WiUhoii, of tSeorgln, Named for Vlrti President Itutlcr Temporary and Allen l'ermil- iicnt C'lialrman Thu Platform. St. Louis, July 23. At 12:37 o'clock Wednesday Chairman Taubcncek step ped to the front of tho platform to call the national convention of the people's party to order. At tho sight of him tho Illinois delegation, which eat immediately below the platform, arose und cheered. Quiet came with the first rap of tho gavel, licv. W. L. Smith, of the Third Baptist church of this cityf delivered tho invocation while tho 1,300 delegates stood rever ently. .Senator Butler was introduced or temporary chairman by Chairman Tuubeneck, who said that Mr. Butler had been elected temporary chairman without a dissenting vote und ho added his belief that when the convention should adjourn it would be found that it had acted wisely with as great unanimity as had tho committee in c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 July 1896

jrwwvwvwmMwvMn &11ANJ) ARMY JMILNION. Tho Encmmpmont at St. Paul Bo Woll Attondod. to fifomn f tlm Ociitlcmrn Who IJoaI to Jlo ComnmiKliir In Chlof -Whiit lit JSoliij; Doni) for tlm Comfort of f.ho Vtittirunn. IHjwclftl CIiIciibo Loiter. Citizens of St. Paul are deeply Inter estcd in tlie approaching cuciitiiptiiuiit of the Grand Army of tlie Republic, o bo hold in Hint city September 1-5 next, unci lire exerting themselves in etVorttn make I lie occasion a nieinornlile one, ho far iih Hoh wltliin their power to do. so. Members of the (J rami Army are look ing' forward to the meeting with de cided satisfaction, nnd they confidently predict that it will be the largest giith- commandkr-in-ciuhf walker. tiring of that body since the memorable gathering at Washington In 1S92, whin strong desire to see tlie old ground xonu over in the great review of 18153 and to visit the southern battlefields nttraeted exceptionally large numbers of soldiers and their wives. St. Paul is capitally f...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 July 1896

r -557W c I' ! I I V 'I i'roinlsltiK Otttlonk. "Did mamma toll you that Charlie TJondclipner proposed to ntc?" said a Dallas young lady o her intended. "Well, that is cheeky for him to pro pose to a young lady who is engaged to me. What did you tell him?" "I told him I was sorry, but for the present 1 must decline Ids otter." Texas Sifter. (J rout Dlfiupiiolutiuciit. Maj- It was too bad that Miss XovIsh disappointed the audience at the ama teur performance. Elsie But she didn't. She was able to appear, after all. Slay Yes; but it was generally sup posed that she would not be able to ap pear. Tit-Bits. "TIIK SUKl'KXSi: KILLED HIM." CSi N . Y. Herald. No I, (mil on Him. Sam Bill hub got or job as politer on one ob dem trains. I t'inlc dey calls it de vosterbule limited. Tilose What fo' do dey call it lim ited? Sam I dunno azackly, but I know it gin't got ntiilinv to do wif de politer. Brooklyn Life. ' YV'ity Dovrn. Bugby What's the matter, Buggby? You look like you didn't have n frien...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 July 1896

iWju'tt iMnwwfpmia PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. Tho following proposed amondmonts to tile Constitution of tho Statu of Ne braska, as hereinafter set forth in full, uio submitted to tho electors of tho Stato of Nebraska, to bo voted upon at tho general election to bo hold Tucs day, Novombor , A. D., 180(1: A joint resolution proposing to mnond Bections two (U), four (-1), and ilvo (C,) of article six () of tho Obnsti tutiou of tho Statoof Nebraska, relating to number of judges of tho supremo court and their term of ofllco. I5o It ri'Hiilviiil nail iMinctotl by tho Lutfliila turo or tho Bmto or NohniHkii: Hiotion 1, Tlmt Hootion two .(2) or ttrtlolo nix (l) or tho lomtltutloii or tlix htute of Nobriiblcu lu lutit-iulod ho tin to ri'titt a fol lbwn : Bt'otlon 'i. Tho Miprrnio court ahull until othnrwlHO provl loil by luw, consist oT Uv ("O JiiiIkox. u mnjorlty or whom nlmll bo iitircn wiry to form ii quorum or to pronounce nilrcl.slon. Ii xhull tuivo oriulnnl juil.-xll ti'in in ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 August 1896

fmmmimm,mnmtmm.mmmfiihi--fvmf'---' witiiuw m If W . .. . nijfciiwy9ffWiwuM8XtmcsfiiBii,iiiHiMii ii inn 111 mm i Bin 1 1 iffMirafWMtfwifltrfsvTMvvnNin ehmzki Avtrtim. N. u VOLUME XL! NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUG. 7, 1896. NUMBER 6, "Kl JP &$J I' . tV 'j" A Qbcs UUKLS WHtHh ALL ILSE HAILS. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use in timo Sold by drtiffclAts. t1glHIIEIWM3l iM PI T)R. V. W. KEELING, Nemaua. City:, Nebkaka.. Odlce first door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nemaha City, Neb. Local 3NT ews. Considerable sickness. mm mm sSIP H. A. Thompson, Pro. Slmvlng, llalr Dressing, Slinnipnotllnp,, ltuzor JIomoIiik, Special attention paid to Ladles and Children. Agentor Nebraska City titcam Laundry. Jfliss Minima Crim, Teacher of Instrumntal : Music, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. My system la tlio lntest, whereby llio best of results vro guanintei'd. I respectfully nslt for a shnro of your putroungo. l 3 tf Kerker & Hoover, Deulor In MEATS Highest prices paliUfor hides, ln...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 August 1896

2 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i i W. W. 8ANDISK.S, l'ul'llrtlicr. NEMAHA, KEUKASICA. HELEN. Do yon know nlneo llrnt I met you, Helen dear, I'vo liecn j)ovorli to forget you Want you near 7 That ( rantiot live ivlthotit you? Tliere'H n certain charm about you, Catmint, mo o never doubt you, Winch Ih rtieor, Since ho many Kill? havo told mo Tlio'il 1)0 true, And as regularly H0l(1 '"c . Not llkn you, Who've been fiiltliful to mo ever. Never noiii'lil mi tovo to never, lint with every 'ond eiuieavor, Dearer grow. Many t linen and oft, I've held you On my luicc, Vet 1 nover hnvo compelled you There to bo: Though I often used to llsn you, And when far away would miss you; I urn uerialn (.lint In thin you Will agree That you HiipntloncJ. hucIi caressea Arf wcru thorie, Yt't Ihelr naughtlncHa no 1ch3 Ib, 1 HUPPOHC. If Damo Humor would but drop her Hly remniliH but I can Htop her, You'ro in;' daugiuerj ho U'h proper Now uhu Known, --Good Housekeeping. A KEMAKKABLE STOKY. "Yea, I had Koine 8nuii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 August 1896

iiium mi ufumffc -it ji ss I ..t r A f T 4 W r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. SANIMCRS, 1'ubllshor. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. SUMMER COMPLAINT. A Paper of Intercut to Mother Wutchliifj tin) HiMlth of Their liable. Uather more thnii la per cent, of all "who nm born Into this world leave it -within a year, and more than 25 per cent, before they have reached their third-riii ni versa ry. These deaths oc curring with such relative frequency In the warmer months have given rise to a '.germ summer complaint, which, in Its most typical form, is a cholera; in other words, an inflammation ol the small in testine?, whose conspicuous symptom is colliquative diarrhea. Except from the frequency and seerity of this disease or, rather, group of diseases in the case of oung children there is nothing to justify the special use of the tenu "cholera inf.intum," since it is nothing but cholera nostrum occurring in in fants. The wise physician suspects the stom .ach in mery case of intestinal entail h or indig...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 August 1896

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER Vf. W. SANDKKH, 1'ublUliar. i NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. : AUGUST J896. I . : Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat. ; , i ; 1 , .. ... : iil J8 ili? 2;T 22 : - 23 24 25 26 272829: - u 0J Ok 4.. ... ,,,, ,,,, ! THE WOULD AT LARGE, Summary of tho Dally Nowb, WASHINGTON NOT1CH. Tin', treasury department Iiiih lilt upon tho device of printing a circular !ontuining in succinct form statements relutivo to coinage, bullion production, circulation per capita in various coun tries unci such like information to meet the needs of the iiimiy persons seeking fnets on which to huso conclusions re flecting the issues of the campaign. GitKAT demand was being made at the headquarters of till parties at Washington for literature to ho used in tho campaign. POBTMAHTlClt-GKNKItAL WlLHON litis ls- Kuod an order to all railway mail tjlcrks directing them not to tulce an aetivo interest in the political cam paign, such ns attending conventions uh delegates, and so on. It was ex pressly stilte...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 August 1896

rrnr wimw.w.nM.11111 m nhl-r i X ,7 . i '.. If y rj v.." NEBRASKA STATE NEWS. IlnUii:vUR people nro working to Becure u street car line. A MoKiNi.Kr cavalry club lias been formed at Lincoln with u membership of over 200, Hanciiokt has floated Stf.OOO In bonds for water works and work will bo puslted imnicdiutuly. Hknderson L. Gravks, county treas urer of lianncr county, is alleged to be short in his accounts '$1,020.98. GnoKOK Mitciikm,, who had been a Union Paclllc conductor 18 years, died at his home in Lincoln recently. Rkpurmgaxs of Hastings will erect a mammoth wigwam that will hold 12,003 people, to use during the cam paign. Gknrhai, Manager Dickinson, who recently returned from an extended trip over the state says Nebraska will have the best crop this year for six years. Among the features of the state irri gation fair at North Platte will bo the women's art palace. It will be con structed of carved stone, 28 by 50 feet in dimension. About 8, .100 head of sheep were re cently...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 August 1896

Mwmwmwi WASHINGTON IN MAJtBLE Ji Short History of Horatio Groon oucfh'n Statuo. Vttlt-i mill C'dimioUc'iim 1,'onslilnr II IimrtUlIu mill Itldlt-uloii, ilut llin l'lKipll) .Suuin to Mini II. fSpcclnl Washington Letter. On the grand plaza extending i.long -tlitf flint front of tins Cnpitol building rlirtfliy opposite the eentinl grand :w:rblo staircase In theOreenough statue C Washington. Visitors stuily it as a work of art, or eaielcssly jmihh It by -without giving il a thought beyond Hie IkvjfJng moment occupied in casual sur- The statue is meritorious, but there Ir much of demerit in it to the eye of nn ;.periciiecd art connoisseur. Ah a innticr of fact, there is little artistic nitwit in the Ktalue.s tlitiH far "reeled hrt and there in lens artistic merit in the paintings uliicli liang upon the wills of the Capitol building. The large jiaintings in tlie rotunda, representing ilia lauding of the pilgrims, the discov ery of tlie Mississippi, t lie signing of the. declaration of inde...

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