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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1897

tfttSMMMiWiiwreywwmwwp 3 tWfltTfWW5fBWJWfW( 'JWQIgtttJtWKCiaj VJIVKTSJ iTiaftaWfHI ebmsh Mdvertiser. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, EllIDAY, JAN. 15, 1897. NUMBER 29 TOLUME XLl ffe WA 1 r r i 1 P!MaifsMiflgl3MJir;l CURLS WHERt ALL ELSE FAILS. IlMt Cough Byrop. Tastes Good. I In time. Sold by druKRlsU. Vm rrigitiiBiaui TJR. W. W. KEELING, NkHAIIA OlTT, NeBHAKA.. Office drat door aouth of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nemalia City, Ifeb. NEM&H&B&RBERasSHQP IH. A. Thompson, Prop. Shaving, Bhnmpoonlnc. , , Hair Dressing, Jluzqr llonolnr, Special attention paid to Ladles una Children. Agentor Nebratka City bleam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In HlKlu'Ht prices pnld;for hides, lard, tallow fame, etc - NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. I.C. SUTTON. M. D.. Shubert, Nebraska. Does a general practice. All calls y romptly answered, day or night. 7-17 J. L. Jllvin, M.D., Ph. . PHYS1CI&N AND SURGEON SI.UCGIAiwi-i.EH: DlHoasesor the Stein, I)ln ortHet o Women ami Children Will romrt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' i i W. W. BANDKK3, I'ubllahtr. i NEMAnA, NEBRASKA. SONG OF THE CONQUERORS. L!t un nlng t)io new song of tlio conquerors of tlio earth; Tho buttlo song In Btlll tho song that thrlllH. Jct tiH nlng our song of Hoteliers, men of wisdom and of worth; Hut the soldier that wo sing of never ttlllH. JJut ho lights with wind and Icc-ltocs In tho welter of tho sens, And he driven IiIb flrc-lungcd wnr horao through tho night; Through tho snowstorm nnd the midnight hear his Iron courncr wheeze; Hero In battle worth thoBlnglngt Hero l flghtl Let tin Ring tho new nong of tho conquerors of tho world, The axemen of tho forcHtn of the north, Tho Hinoke-Mag from their log camp on tho frozen air unfurled DcckoiiH to tho walling million!) to come forth. Old Bolltudo has nodded on IiIh throno n thousand yenrs, Uut ho wakens at tho axo Htroke, Let him Jlco; For lit hears the rattling englno ahrlel; Ing In his deadening ours, And ho hears tho rour of cltlea yet to ho. Lot us alng...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1897

?&?. -4Lfc ' i- r fi A M THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ... W. TV. 3ANDKIIS, rublUlicr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. ART IN THE HOME. Its Usefulness Demount ru ted by u lUush Inj Urlilo. He hud not felt the slightest doubt ns to tlie future when ho hud laid his heart nnd his vaguely prospective for tune at her feet. She could paint daisies and lilies of the valley on almost anything she happened to see, from a dinner plate lo a cushion for an easy chair, and he had no doubt of her ability 1o make home happy. She could also eing "Kathleen Mnvourncen" and play her own accompaniment, but it was bcr work with the brush that most tin -pealed to him. The idea of sinking to rest on hand-painted upholstery was beyond the wildest dreams of luxury which his early youth had known and nothing could bo more serenely hope ful than the impressions with which they started in to keep house. A cozy place, convenient to the ears, it wns still far enough away from the bustle of town to permit the night-chirpers to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1897

MHUO I IIIHIBlHtMritlWO iiiinnwimimM.l-OMm ywM ' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - ! VT, W. HANDICH9, 1'nblUlicr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. JANUARY 1897. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Fri. Sat. 4 11 25 14 7 21 22 1111 16 17 23 30 24 31 THE WOJffiLD"AiLAllGJfli Summary of tho Daily Nowa WASHINGTON NOTHS. A Difii'ATCii from Washington on tlio 7lh said tlmt positlvo stutoinentH woru iiiiulu from Spanish legation sources tlmt (."lomoz, tlio rutiuti coinmnudcr-in-chief, hud actually submitted a propo sition for poucu to Sonor Sagastn in Madrid and all that stood in thu way, it wns said, was thu proposed recall of CapU-Oon. Woylcr, which thu insur gents Itifil.sted should bo preliminary to all negotiations. Tim iioricH of statu dlnnurs ivon an nually by thu president at thu white hotiHu began on thu 7th with that given to tho members of tho cabinet. Kx Secretaries Smith and lUssolI, both of whom rusigned us members of thu cab inotof this administration, were among tho guests. Tun wool manufacturers furnished...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1897

.rfctfc.C I K k? ;f 4 " . I'S i y. FREE HOMESTEADS. Tho Bill Undor Oonsldoration in tho Soimto. RIGHTS OF ALIENS TO HOLD LAND. Dclrirnto 1'lynn'H lllll Passed In tho House Mr. Johnson Gets tho Floor on u Question of I'rlvlli'RO Crisp's Widow JtelmbiirHcift Washington, Jan. 13. In tho r.enato yesterday Mr. Hill, of Now York, in troduced a bill making- tho terms of postmasters four years, including fourth-class postmasters, as well as those who now hold their otlices at the pleasure of the appointing power, lie nald his bill provided that when a post master had served a few years and a vacancy occurred, tho man appointed should only servo out tho unexpired term, and would give a republican four years and a democratic successor four years, without having charges trumped up against him. The bill went to tho committee on post offices Aand post roads. Mr. Proctor's resolution, relative to extending tho presidential term, was taken up to allow Mr. Stewart, of Ne vada, to discuss it. lie fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1897

a.; ,wfv i I) ! IN MEMORY'S MIRROR. '31 llttlo eurl'd head In tho rectory porr, A young fnco glowing with boylnh pride, A Lancet of glass whoro tho suit peers tlirotiKli From tho grcit green world outnldp. JThcro'n a Rllmmer of sky 'twlxt tho wlnd ntlrrod trocn, ' A nwnllow darts pnst upon vldc9prend wlngfl, And tho child's thoughts float with the bird and tho breeze 'Mid drcums of. wonderful things. The Rrnvo volco pleads from tho pulpit high, Tho windows burn llko a sheet of flre, And a great red admiral huttorlly Fllta over tho drowsy squire. There's a nubllo frogranco of mignonette From tho graveyard, tended with loving en re, JAko a mingling of hopo with tho sharp regret For tlioso that aro Bleeping there. Tho clock In the belfry Is chiming four, , Tho rustic worshlpors go their way, And tho organ uplifts onuu more A hymn for tho dying day. And tho boy treads lightly tho echoing flags, And frets, as only a young heart can, That Life moves slowly and Tlmo'B foot IngH Ero tho chi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1897

I 7 T X 'mj. .. I" 1- iiio wuii. The footbnll plnyer wns struggling Dver his examination paper. He paused Ids lintid over liis brow and gazed at the ceiling. "I wish," he said mournfully, as the pen dropped from his hands. "What do you wish?" inquired the professor, who happened to bo pass ing. "I wish," was the answer, In tones of dull-blue melancholy, "that my mem ory were as long1 as my hair." Wash ington Star. JOHNNY'S JEALOUSY. xWm Johnny Mr. Lighthead, my sister tx'eats you better than she does me. Mr. Lighthead Why do you think bo, Johnny? Johnny I heard her tell ma she gives you lots of Infl'y, but she never gives me any. N. Y. Herald. Vliy IIo "Was Depressed. "Somehow," ho said, disconsolately, I don't seem ter make farmin' pay." "Maybe you haven't the right way." "Yes; I've done everything. I've 'tended mcetin'a an' j'ined clubs an' Toted fur every candidate thet said he knowed the way ter he'p us along. Cut it don't seem ter do no good, an' 1 mus' Fay I'm gettin' cleau di...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 January 1897

9Tfv r- flf"T ---- JlxnaHnenncre ta-smfrtunu I III DM. V 1-tft1 Jl1 The Nebraska Advertiser .T tMJVVJKIttt, rnbllitur, FRIDAY, JAN UAUY 16, 1807. Stato Joumnl: Kobcrt W. Furnas has just' sent to the stato historical ho cloty tlie original first telegram receiv ed in Nebraska, .tie had sent tlio flrHt dispatch from Nebraska, a greet ing to tlio St. Josuph Gazette. The following ivaa tlio answer: St. Joe, Augut 20, 1800. 11. W. Furnu'i: Wo are most happy to return your greeting, Tlio tliuiinemeter is nt 109 and is rising like li 1. You ask the news, Douglas Block fully up to the tbormornetor and lining; us rap idly. St. Joo drinks Nebraska's liealtb. rfnU & C mid Iff, ditora Gazette. TERMS OF DISTRICT COURT, Gage county January 10, May 3. September 20. Jtfferson county April 12. June M. October 4. Jobnson county February 8. May 10. 0 Novomber 20. Nomaba county . January 25. Juno 24. November 3. Pawnee county January 10. Jun 21. October 4. Ricbordaou couty March 20. Juno 7. Decembe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1897

Xti -n 7 MI.iWLU4JMUMlWIJMaJMJLMB5aggnWHiUlMlJllUllliUitllJP,JILJIWIITe gtngMH rmwvnn IIIIIIIIIJJWBWIWaMilJIMJjJUiMMIWIJllW'WIilUiaMMMHiywawwMw, ebmshi Mdvertim, f VOLUME XLL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1897. NUMBER 30 IWW ffe l V Hi R 't ,x v , CUHtS WHERt ALL ELSE FAILS. Baat Cough Byrop. TantciQood. Cm in tuna, foia &r druggistR. T)R. W. W. KEELING, NEMAHA. OlTT, NeURAKA. Office flrat door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nemaha. City, Neb. NEM&HAzB&RBERzSHOP H. A. hompson, Prop. BUbvIiik, SUampoonlnc. . IIulrDrt'MlnK, lluzorllonelDKi peclnl attention paid to Ladle and Children. Agent for Nebraska City, Steam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In "I Local News. Additional local on Inst page. Another Rnow btorm Wednesday. District court meets next Monday. Miss Nellie Morton wont to Lincoln Monday. 8. K. Anderson wont te Nebraska City Wednesday. Mrs, J. B. Borjjer visited Brownville friends Tuesday and Wednesday. Highest prtcos jiuid. for h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ---"' W. TT. BANDKUS, l'nblliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. BABY BELLE. If you'll como Into our cottage, I will nhow you something rnro, And I doubt If eyes lmvo over scon a sight more awect nnd fair; Por, than nil tho dnlnty working hands of mnn linvo dono or do, Sure, tho MaHter'a work l falrent, as IIIh nklll Ih greatent, too; And of nil tho things of beauty which upon tlin world liavo smiled, Mono can touch tho heart so deeply an tho henuty of a child, So wo lovo hcrl Yes, wo lovo her, more than words can over toll Xilttlc weeaomo, wlnromodarllngl Bright- oyed, bluoeyed Baby Kello' Scntcd on the cottage floor, pulling off her tiny shoes, T-lttlo bnro foot, white and dimpled armr nnd Hhouldcrfl dimpled, too I'ycH ns bluo iih summer blossoms, tender nkln as puru us pearl, And tho sunlight dropping golden on each Bhlnlng llttlo curl. Artlst'n pencil, o'er bo cunning fairer tlilnr; could never trace; Every feature perfect beauty, every mo tion porfoft grace. Do you w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1897

ttti.sJ.,.r 1 r- 7 , 1 . Jr V ' i J I : ,x ,"-, THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANDKUS, 1'ublUher. ' i NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE MISTAKE SHE MADE. Jtallroud Travelers Who nt Last Under i stood Knob Other. She sat by the car window gazing out upon the unrolling scenery, and possl 4)Iv dreniniiur of home und things like that. ' About six feet nwny from her across the aisle was an empty scat, which at the next station was filled by a man with a sample case. lie was 50 years of nge or thereabouts, and was quite as dapper looking as if ho were 30 and st.ill the knight to please every fair dutne who set her soft eyes upon him. ' The lady was young und pretty, with perhaps a shade too much display in her make-up, but still one could hut illy Bay that, for all is gold that glittcra in such cases or words to thnt effect. When the man hnd sat down in the vacant scat and composed himself for the journey before him ho began to look about to familiarize himself with Ids environments, and in the cours...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1897

JWfffl?2WS Al It I i. 1 e THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i i W. W. BANDKH9, l'nbltihor. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE, Summary of tho Daily Nows. IVAHHINflTON NOTKS. Jntkhnationai, quarantine of cattle in to bo abolished between Canada unci tho United States and rigid inspection put in forco between tlio two countries. Tin: ndininlstnition at Washington lias concluded to name allotting ngents at onoo or tho Wichita reservation, hut it was expressly stated .that no at tempt would bo made to open the res ervation, as that was going to he left for tho incoming administration to do. Unitki) Stati:h Ministhh Wilms died recently at Honolulu of a severe cold contracted in San Francisco heforo returning to the Hawaiian islands. Tun civil servico commission has is sued a revised schedule of examinations and 'instructions to applicants for tho first six months of the year 3807. The commission cautions all applicants to file their applications ti considerable time in advance of tho examination...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1897

U&C&. 1 1 ! c: f 't l fc .1 THE USIOS PACIFIC. A Proposition Said to Havo Boon Accepted by tho Government. THE ROAD TO BE FORECLOSED. Under tho PropoRltion tho Government would T.oso 821,000, 000 Senator l'lutt Introduces a Dill Concerning tho Indians In tho Territory. Washington, Jan. 20. L. F. Fitzger ald, chairman of tho reorganization committee of the Union Pacific rail road, backed by .1. Plerpont Morgan and the Vanderbilts, has made a proo sition to the government which has been accepted by Attorney-General Harmon. Under its terms foreclosure proceedings must be begun at once. If tho government will foreclose on thu Union Pacific tho reorganiza tion committee guarantees a minimum bid on tho whole property guaranteed to net the government 845,000,000, plus the sinking fund. The not debt of the Union Pacific to tho government is $52,000,000. With tho sinking fund in cluded it aggregates 00,000,000. Un der this proposition tho government would lose 824,000,000, getting on...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1897

c mp THE FARMING WORLD. GRAIN-TIGHT FLOORS. How to Alnko Ono That Will Not I.enk Kvon tho l'lnmt Meal. The nctutil cost of inclosing n granary with two thicknesses of hemlock Is less tlinn the cost would he it one thickness j matched pine were uacd. Hemlock Is more stiff nnd strong tlinn pine nnd fewer sleepers nnd studding are re quired. The corners niny he mnde tlghl iid secure hy nuitohing. Begin hy lay ing u course of the floor boards, extend ing them out to the studding which is to support (he sides; then put on the finit hoarding of the sides. Then Iny the- second course on the floor and fin inh by bonrding tlie sides. A sort of zigzag matching of the eornors is thus nccurcd thnt will not leak grain or the finest meal or ground feed. Tim same method is sometimes used fn constructing hnrn and wagon-house floors. In making the forme) it is cus- HI -4.w.'". AMHfSSi SKCUHE FLOORING. tomary to use the cheaper kind of lum ber, sometimes making the (irst course of hemlock, and the up...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1897

M3t. f i 'ly' o 1 MffBM fc Y V - -v A h s THEY ABDUCTED THE BAND. And Spoiled tho Danco Glvon by tho Rival Sot. The returned Cow Puncher set down Mb cup of blnck coffee after lie had tnlien the first sip, and pursed up his mouth Into nn expression of scorn. "Slop," he said, bricily. The Poet made a gesture of protest. "Oh, I dare say It's strong1 enough for you!"' said (he Cow Puncher. "What?" "The coffee." "It was your expression to which I objected." "When I said the stuff was" "Sparc us a repetition!" Interrupted the Poet. "Well, I suppose my Imagery is rath crutoo epic for you. So would the eoffrc bo that I had in mind I wish I had it in this cup as well! when I spoke. U-m-m!" And the Cow Puncher cloned Ills eyes with the look of a satisfied epicure. "They call this stuff 'black coiTce," he wont on, rousing himself. "About black enough for the second or third year of widowhood, I should say. You ought to taate the coffee we used to have down in Texas! It was so strong that it at...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 January 1897

.- ninvMrtiJzi 'tU. Ml MJMMUJ J llliWMm ? t V v 7-1 fc The Nebraska Advertiser .. VJIJVIXIHHt rubHthir. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. 181)7. Beatrice Express: Mrs. Alice A Mlnlck was Monday admitted to prac tlco In the supremo court of the United States. Ilor psonsor was JJolva A. Lock wood. MIhb Dolly Thompson, of Talmage, a noico of Peter Kerker, and who has made many friends hero during her visits to her undo and family, was married Wednesday to Mr. Lawson A. Herd. The following Hem from last week's Julian Loader refers to former resh (louts of Nemaha: Mrs. IU O. Emery and children and T. A. Stevens, who had bean residents or this village about three months, left Sunday for Chicago, whore they will make their future homo. Mrs Kmery had receivpd 82 000 from tho A. O.U W. order, that amount being the life tlollCV hold ItV her l.lt.o htlRliittul. n fw tlujrs he fare alio left. Auburn, Nob., Jan 10 Last night Frank Forsyth, a eon of Willis II. Forsyth of this city, left his home about 7:30 p. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1897

tiMtes,' i nrammmnfiinmi II UWI, JJIHL'JUIJII WW &4 7 Avtrtim. J- zzsic YOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 1897. NUMBER 31 A P Mebmsfa 5&j y . " ft lit CURLS WHtHt ALL ELSE FAILS. Beet-Cough Syrun. Tastes Good. Use I in time, boia or druggists. Tlt. W. W. KEELING, Nbk.uiv Orrr, Meukaka.. O 111 co 11 rat door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nemaha City, Neb. NEMIHAsB&BBERzSHOP H. A. hompson, Prop. Bliavlnif, Bhumpoonlnc. , lUIr DrftsliiK, Razor Jlonolnc, Special nttentlou inld to Liulloa and Children. Agent for A'cbrcuka City Steam Laundry. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer lu MEATS Highest prlciM paid. for hides, lurd, tallow f Aino, etc NEMAHA CITY, NE BRASKA. t. G.SUTTON. M. D.. iiubort, Nebraska. 1) ) rt a -mra! practice. All culU prompt h answered, day or night. 7-17 SPISOlAt KS: UlsftMh.-Hot tlio .skin, DlH o.ttei o Women nuil Children Will jMoinnl niiiwor nil cills, either day or nlnlil. utile" residence. Iosna; a, - - Nebraska B.BeliAndr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - VT. XV. SANDICItS, 1'ublUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. IN THE FOREFRONT. Onco a small, cIiIUIIhIi dancing company. Wo ran behind tlio rankH of older oneu Half scon, half noticed, very proud to 1m Part of tho grown procession with the drums; Each manly ntrldo they covered coat un thrco Of our Btnall stepsthat wan Hmall prior to pay For sharing In tho jjlory of tho duy. . Where nro the ranks thot Boemcd to us so tall, So full of flroand force nnd valor brave, Bo full of wlaeHt wisdom, knowing all That man can know, or children dumbly cravo To understand with their weak powers, and small? It seems a little tlmo nlrico thus wo ran, Yet we, tho children then, now lead tho van. Tho stately forms which towered like for ests trees, Tho limbs which never tired (as wo sup posed I), Tho wills which ruled our Infant destinies. Tho strength beneath whoso shadow we reposed, Authority, love, shelter all of these, Yielding llko straws In tempest to tho brunt Of Tlmo's fierce wind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1897

Ut i e - t& ft rP"l X .sT ): ii 'THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDERS, Vablliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. EVENING GOWNS. JClRht Gauzy fnbrlrn Aro "Worn by Young I.iullos. Daintiness is or should bo the pro dominnting feature of n young girl'3 evening gowns. White has from time immemorial been the color for a debu tante to wear, but the light, shades of blue, pink, or even yellow, are also al lowable. Light gauzy fabrics made over satia or silk undcr-sllps were the rule; some--times skirts of tulle had satin waists trimmed with tulle, and often wnlst3 nnd skirts were covered with the sunns material. One gown of embroidered -chiffon had the pattern of garlands in terspersed with bow-knots embroid ered around the skirt, which was also trimmed with a very full ilotince heud cd with a double ruche. All through the ruche were bunches of small pink roses. The waist, of plain chiffon, had a girdle belt of medium width made of nuarls and rhinestones. Around the neck of the low-cut bodice were...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 January 1897

-JKfe tlU w-j- jKO& 1 l THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER , M W. AV. 8ANDKUS, Fubllthcr. m i NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT MKGrE, Summary of tho Dally Nowo. "WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tins senate coinniitU'c on foreign re lations (111 tho 20th had under considcr ution tho guttural nrliitration treaty between tho United States and Great Jlritain and .Secretary Olney was bc foro tho eomniitteo during the session to explain the provisions of the treaty. Tin: consensus of opinion among thoso who have been watching tho matter closely is that no vote on tho general arbitration treaty will be reached this session, and if tho McKin loy administration wishes to withdraw It and modify it to unit tho sonnto and then present it again it can do so. Tins secretary of tho interior has issued u requisition on the treasury for Sl,150,000 for next month's quarterly payment of pensions. Tho amount for Topoka, Kan., Is $11,875,000. Mil. Kckiii.h, tho comptroller of the currency, has sent a letter to governors of al...

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