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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 June 1897

WJ1MJUII - fir p if -" A 4 Thi Nebraska Advertiser w. w. ..,, rubu,ir, SUUSOIUl'TION, - 81.30 PICK YEAll Fill DAY, JUNE 2ft, 1807. rf.CiMs'i. Republican j W Tho Hound money democrats of Mich igan cast G870 vote.- for Palmer last jenr and 30.72o votes for their stale ticket in April. President Melvinley's mail averages from 1,000 to 1,300 letters a day, he sides several largo sacks of newspapers This is the largest mail in the history of the presidential mansion. m The Sioux Indians are asking per mission to erect a monument over the fallen braves who fought at Wounded Knee. But is this entirely fair? Gen eral Colby ia still alive and good for many years to come. Let the Wounds ed Knee monument wait a little while longer. Hoe. Japan's protest against: the annexa tion of Hawaii to this country re minds the Brooklyn Standard Union of a little story. When the preaohtr ollluiating at a wedding asked if any one objected, a young fellow raised his voice and.declared that ho did. In re spon...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 June 1897

sxL t It- THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ! I XT. XV, 8ANDKKH, l'ubllilicr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa 1VAHIII.NCJTON NOTKS. A CAiii.KniiAM received tit the Ktitto department at Washington from Con i)ttintinoj)lc! on the 15th stated tluit the Bulttm had accepted Mr. Augell us mln Istcr from the United States. Tun .lapaiie.se ffovornincnt litis filed n protest at Washington against the Hawaiian annexation treaty on the ff round that it promises to lead to a breach of treaty stipulations between Japan and Hawaii. Tin: president on the 10th nominated Stewart L. Woodford, of New York, as minister to Spain. It was reported at Washington on 1,1 10 10th that President MclCinley would Interpose no objections to tho passage of the resolution for the recog nition of the Cuban insurgents, and that he would sign it if passed, as ho was satisfied that public sentiment demanded it. Tin: treaty for the annexation of the Hawaiian islands was signed at the state departme...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 June 1897

"ft ft A I J V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV, 8ANDEK3, rublliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. iisil '''Zr'Z7''Z,5r7,Z?'2'3"e. f f Cbe Doctor's tC Accomplice. tsi BY C. H. BENNETT, K I WAS sitting in my consulting-room nml wondering;. I was young-, well .qualified, ami not wnnting- in n modicum of confidence iinny professional abilities, but for tlio services of nfy humble self, John llnrdtuun, M. D., there seemed to be no demand in all the great city. My melancholy meditations were cut short by the din of my front door bell, .and presently a gentleman was ushered into my presence. "Dr. llardman, 1 believe?" said the aiewooiner. "Allow me to introduce my self. 1 am Mr. Thomas Sharp, of Hose Villa. I live in your neighborhood." After expressing my pleasure at mak ing Ins acquaintance, I inquired if 1 could be of any service to him. "You are a busy man, I expect, doc tor," said he, and then paused, whilst 'I mendaciously hinted that such was the case. "Hut possibly you will be able to find mo a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 June 1897

nmwiinwiiiuwiwHHitfJKijinnuwn.il ruiimfjr.iumtiHiofiurK Tim rjtmjwi mw KtriwHauitiuumUL tx wjumjst. wCTninjta jiBKraaMrjuj.jj tiaauwm ". "Wl " r ' i Th Nebraska Advertiser U: U NJJmnKHH ruhllthir. xw -.s iSunsciiii'TiON, Sl.fiO IMCIl YICAU FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1807. fO.4ff &!? DIFFERENT TYPES OF JEWS. Tin; iNrncllllNli Unci In Divided Into Two I'urlH. Wc contimiiilly hour of the Tsruclitish rncc. It is spoken of as tlic mosthoino ,'ciioou.s of races, und Hit' must refrnc 1ory, Bays the MoniHt. But It !h strong ly diverse. Anthropologists are ncciis t (lined to divide. It into two parte well distinguished the dolichocephalic and the brnohycephnlie. To the first type belong1 the Sophnrdim Jews, the Span ish and the Portuguese Jews, even the larger part of the .lews of Italy and Houthern France. To the second belong Hie A-skpnuzim Jews that is to say, the Polish Russian and denim u Jews. In Africa, we find agricultural and nomadic lews allied to the ICnbyhw and to the IVrbers near Scti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 July 1897

w v ',r- i. ' !T T222BfS!r''r,r!55 vrntguram N VOLUME XL1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, PlllDAY, JULY 2, 1897. NUMBEll 17 JP Mduertiser. TW I Local News.' Hot weiithor. Too hot weiithor for locals. Call and see us for job work. Mrs. Fairbank for lino millinery. The wheut harvest has commenced. G.N. Sanders brought in the first roasting ears of the season Sunday. B. II, Moore visited the county seat Tuesday. Mrs. Nora Minick camo in from Bracken Tuesday. Attorney A. J. Burnham was in from Auburn Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dalby drove up from Shubert Monday. Win, II. IIH1, deputy sheriff, was in town Thursday afternoon. Charley Curttright is peddling rasp . berries through the country. Dr. Mel via and Elmer Rumbaugh visited Shubert Tuesday evening. Dr. Tyler and Jas: It. Dye drove In from Auburn Thursday forenoon. Make your preparations to attend the old settlers' picnic August 7th. Harvey Thompson, who is now pro-, prietor of tho Shubert barber shop, was in town Monday. Brown villo will have tw...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 July 1897

I i I . I I 1 If M" THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. W. BANDKUS, I'uMUher, NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WOULD AT LAIIGJG. Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Mlt. Maciikn, Hiiporiutondont of free ilclivury in the post ofllco department nt Washington, stated that rural freo delivery would be a success in districts wtth a dense population, but its gen eral application to the United States would be a great waste of money. TliK general executive board of the K. of L. at Washington have adopted a resolution calling upon congress and the president of the United States to take action for recognizing the belliger ency of the Cuban insurgents and also recommending that local and district assemblies of knights adopt the same resolution when they celebrate the Fourth of .Inly. Tin: president has signed the act amending tho act providing for the entry of lands in Greer county, Ok., so as to extend until January next the time allowed settlers to perfect their entries. SA.MUfii. Gomii:uh, president ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 July 1897

wqmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmm a, i t. A i& Copyright, 1894. by J. I. The conductor had eyed Lambert cu aiously ns he punched his ticket. Ho 3ield it for a moment and edged his lun tern around so that its feeble light could reinforce the glimmer from the 'bleared and smoky glob.; above Lam Ibert's curly head. The train had started lrom the junction with that quick series iof back-wrenching jerks which all vet--eran travelers remember as character listic of American railways, before the .introduction of "coupler buffers." It was a shabby, old-fashioned train one whose cars had "seen bervicc," and not " sn little of it, during the long and eveut lul war so recently closed. It had a 'baggage car behind the wheezy old wood-burner that drew the rickety pro fession out into the dim, starlit aisle through the eastward forest, and, for the first time in a week, that baggage car contained n trunk. It had a "smok er," in which three or four negroes were soundly sleeping on the worn ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 July 1897

If, Ww3WHWmcMBwaMtwiMiuBtiHiiLiiwwiniM ui umjujmiiiiumuhw uiiiii iiiii.mamunjLmJn The Nebraska Advertiser . If. HJUS'ItKKNy rubHilnr. SUHSOHIl'TION, - 81.&0 PICK YKAK TIUDAY, JULY 2. 185)7. eRffz. m?kr Ncw&pnpor JSse ubhcan fOvw.0 IKWs I CilW (Pestiferous buffalo gnats. JA. North Curollnn Mmi Toll of Infrr chIIiijc HxprrlpnccM trlth Tlirm, John W. Ihrnk, of Jielport, N. C, (writes to tJie, New York Sun regarding1 'the buffalo gnat: "I think that, as n nntlvc of North ICarolinit would Bay, tJie ctiitomologibtH liave not 'met up' wJtili the gnintin quei 1ion; possibly it if; not distributed over m large area, of tlio country. I met Llio Ignats Kcveral years ago in Arkansas, on the bottom landH of the St. Francis liver, and think they were the greatest day pt'Kt. 1 ever wiw. Jit sJiape they re iHcmble the buffalo somewJiat; hewv the name. They do not bite or sting their victims. They have a disagreeable hab it of ilying from the ground and strik ing one in the face. Hut the chi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 July 1897

.V :( -A wjiu.anujaw.M;jyOTrrTtTWreiTrgmaw vnw nuitmmniunii;,i,.!iiwjmjMwuiniiii.Lu.D immmnmiuijnumM.j vtmrtwirnKiar2i$iuiivumx imumaiuii 'jij,..y.j. The Nebraska Advertiser I. W. t1JWUilttf, VubUihtr. Sunscnii'TioN, 81. 50 1'KK YEA It FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1897. ' Republican lKewSpapo t WJ0 HARD FIGHTERS IN LAV. CllcntM Dislike living Told Tliat Their Conch Are Poor. "Clients love a hard lighten and the onlookers arc impressed with liis zeal," says Jlichurd D. Doyle in an article on "haw and Lawyers" in the Southern Magazine. "In my own experience I Lave had cases where I advised my clients not to sue because 1 was sure they had no chance, and, although they followed my advice, instead of employ itrg other counsel, they refused to pay a reasonable fee and in one case left me to pay the court costs. And I luivcseldom advised a client to compromise or sub mit to arbitration that I did not dis please him. It requires moral courage o advise one against his inclinations, but it is sometimes a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 July 1897

r l: 4&Z? JM a- HAT Inio American to-day Keels not tlio blood leap In IiIh vclna As stirring scenes of 70 A r o brought lo tn I n d, though pence now reigns Wlicro o'er u hun dred vnnrfl uuo V-ZCS Tliu Hilton came In fl firjT7 fierce array, Ana Htrovo nu mnu of oiirH to hold Neath Knglnnd'H hard, relentless swny. Itut Hiiroly 'twas not thus to ho; A higher Power ruled overall; And out of war's Krltn, wrinkled front Wo merged, despite Its gloomy null, As gallant freemen fought for right, And Wisdom's all far-seeing eyo Tlchcld a futuro for our land For which tho patriot dared to die. Their precious blood was freely given, Upon their country's altar shed; And now we glory In tho deeds Of our departed, honored dead, To Washington, the grunt and true, And all his brave, victorious host, Wo homage pay with Kind acclaim, .And In their memory make our boast. Thus on this day of all tho year Columbia's brightest stars may shlno To tell of Independence won, While low wo bow at Freedom's ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 July 1897

4 I l -I r 4- THE TARIFF BILL. Tlio Sonata Disposes of tho Para graph on Hldos. A BILL TO ENCOURAGE ECONOMY. A Hi solution to Koculuto Annexation K)i.It Kwtt May Sunn Appoint Com mittees Antl-Trunt Amend tm'iitn iilumtilty for I.ynuliuil I tullntis. Washing ion, Juno 20. The .senate committee oti finuneu yesterday buttled hoverul vexed questions in connection with the tiirill', including' lend ores and iron. The decision is to have the rate Jj a cent on lend oro as fixed by the finance committee, and also to lcuvc iron ore as originally determined by the committee and passed by the house. The committee decided to advance the rate on pig lead to 2 if cents per pound. This is an increase of )i a cent, over the house rate, which the committee did not originally disturb and was made as compensation for the increase on lead ore. Tho senate made good progress on the tariil bill, disposing1 of the para graphs relating to hides which have been the source of much controversy. As finally agre...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 July 1897

m .k'JOWJiJiLuU'av'TjrawifiawBnqyrjmjwa'wi iiiLuaimaMJman3XBc&xrtrutaaantmB2aaniKGS!K. l TiMMLtjujujeuiumi'iiiUjijiajBxiaCTtaraBmMu The Nebraska Advertiser W. If. N.1J'1U1IIH I'ublhliir. Suhschiption, $1.50 l'KIt YUAK FHIDAY, JULY 2, 1897. Tlio Cliristiati Endeavor convention at San Francisco will cost in tlio uy Breyato SI ,000,000. The prince of Wales linu adopted m now stylo of hat. Anlomaniacs in tlilu country will please takn notice. Tlio Invwntor of a now vessel launched at Now Yoik HayH it just wlil cross tlio Atlimtic ocean in (55 llOMH. Democratic papers Hay John H. Ales Lean is after Mark llanna. Ho will Mill ho after him when the election ifl over. Hx. Tlio friends of Oscar Wildo, who was released a fow days ago from IIollo wav priaon, havo Hiihscrihcd $'2,500 to enable him to make n fresh start in lifo It is said that his wife will make him a small allowance from her private iucomo. Mr. Wildo has decidod to write husily under his own namo i0 p TUB SA.LI3M CHAUTAUQUA....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 July 1897

ijuiiiih. jijjMiLaja:i'JLjaJLuemuiiujiiJUM iimmjminmiLMtimtimmviwi'mtmuimmimtMimmrm'rLMtK n ii'i'.mum mil, mi umn-iui-ii munn iMJUJuiumwiw ebmshn Mdvertiser. VOLUME XL I NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, E1UDAY, JULY 9, 1897. XUMBEll 48 P n vm v i I m Local 3STews. Wanh wouther. Call and seo us for job work. Tlio steam threalier is now heard. Mrs. Fairbank for fine millinory. Gaeen Burgess visited friends near Muilland. Mo., last week, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, of Shubert, were in Nemaiia Sunday. Tlie hot weather has been very hard on horses as well as men. Some corn is said to bo badly dam aged by the hoi, dry weather. Miss Belle Clark wont to Nebraska City Wednesday of laBt week. Stephen Huntington visited Auburn friends from Friday till Monday, Walt Maxwell has moved into part of Mrs. S. A. Scovill's residence F. L. Woodward and M. TI. Taylor drove out to Anburn Wednesday. Mrs. E. M. Baker, of South Auburn, was in town a few hours Monday. Mrs, Fannie Fairbank went to Au burn last Saturday, returning ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 July 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES XV. XV. 8ANDKUH, I'uMliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. VXAXX4..4.X4.x4.J.X4.XAX4.xa.4LXJ. JULY 1897. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. Sat. J 8 15 6 il 20 10 2 9 J4 16 17 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 TfTTIPir-tlFTTTTTTTirTTT; THE WORLD AT LAJIGJ3. Summary of tho Dally Nows. "WASHINGTON NOTHH. governor of Idaho sent u dis- Tub patch to Secretary Algor on tho 20th declaring tlmt tlio Iliintiock Intlitin who liuvo boon ghost dancing near If alley had pone on tho warpath. Tho governor deelared that tho situation waa HcrioiiH and asked that settlors ho proteeted. Ex-SKOar.TAJiv Caw.ihi.k reeontly staled that thoro would bono ourroney commission this session of COllgrCSS, as nothing eould keep congress together jnftor thotariit bill was out of tho wnj', tind that thoro would bo violent oppo sltlon to any bill in both tho senate and house. UJlii: headquarters of tho national re publican committee aro to be trans ferred from Washington to Cleveland, O. Tlio Washington headqu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 July 1897

"Cf i f- V.' -s u THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER " XT. VT. SANDKItS, 1'ablUher. 1 t NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. ORPHAN BILLY. Youm; nilly hnsn't any ma To toll him w'nttodo; To make him ml ml, an' comb htshalr, An' keep him In a stew. Ho doesn't haf to wash his self, Nor mind about bis clothes I tell ye Bill has mostcat fun Of any boy I knows. "N mil kin so a-llsbln', too, Whenever he's Inclined. "N bo kin stay away all dny, 'N no one over mind. 2 toll you orfuns has a snap; 1 most wish I was ono. jMy ma an' pa watch me so elost I can't havo any fun. "N mil kin stay out late o' nights Till nlno o'clock, or ten; JBut let mo stay till half-past eight N somptbln' happens, then! "N you 1st ought to see Dill's clothes, All tored up Into bits; Hint If mine's tared a llttlo mlio My ma 1st gives me fits. "Vis, orfuns hav a snap, fcr sure Still, whon I come to think .About not bavin' any ma, I kind o' baf to wink, To keep the tears from comln' out. For ma Is awful kind, ".' treats mo nice an' lovln', too, 1s...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 July 1897

f THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XT. XV, HANDKltH, VublUher. NEMAHA. NEHRASKA. THE BABY'S WELFARE. To lli Ifcnltliy Two-Third of IIn l.lfo .Should lie .Spent In .SIiM-it. Moro thun two-tliirdB of the life of a Jioalthy buby Hlionltl be jiaHnoil in sleep. Therefore n wise molliur is exceedingly careful tn uolecsting tho iimterlal of her baby's bed. Probably the most un wholesome bed the wee, dainty bit of humanity can have is tlio little swing ing bassinet of down, laco and ribbons, which French milliners prepare under the apparent impression that baby is a sort of toy to bo dressed up for dis play and laid away when asleep like a French doll. The best crib for n baby is not a Kwinglng bassinet, or any swinging or rocking cradle, but a crib of liberal tdze, which stands firmly on its legs, and is large enough for the child until Jt is old enough to sleep in a regular bed. The pillow of the baby's bed idiould bo a Hat one. of hair, not over two inches thick. " This Is not the conven tional b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 July 1897

1 v ' ( (. fc. . k ,-. r ROBERTS KID Davis parson: r Copyright, 1S37.1 T IT was in the gray o the morning nftcr Robert's funeral. His widow wit in tho larger of the two rooms thnt hud lately been their home, silent and without tears almost without thought or memory, too, for the ordeal lintl left her capable of little more than the con sciousness that he hud left hex', never to come buck. Suddenly the first red rays of the rising sun shot into the room, brighten ing it perceptibly, in spite of their dull ing passuge through the smoky, city atmosphere. Slowly her faculties came Lack to her, the memory first. So dim and shadowy were the pic tures of her childhood that the details were lost. There was the death of her father, and later thnt of the mother. Then she wns alone in the village where their home had been. Her struggles with life after that were shadowy, also, till she met Robert. But from that point the memory pen cil wrought swiftly and vividly. The courtship, the marriage, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 July 1897

PROSPERITY BEGUN. Prospootlvo Ftuiaago of Turin Bill Has Sot tho Whoolu Astir. Walk or Foreign Itetnltiillon In Pro- uomioed Without I'oiiiiitiitloii Huh ltuon Tried on Other Oecunloiifl anil DoeNii't .Scare Anybody. ISpoolal WnshlriKlon Correspondence 1 The effect of prompt fiction on the tnrlfr bill is already being felt. From every direction there are unmistakable evidences of business activity and Im proved conditions these come from all sections and all parties and all classes of people. It is the legitimate effect of the rapid work made on the tariff bill which Is likely to become a law in a few days in spite of every efTort of the dem ocrats to defeat it. The democratic leaders, seeing that Ihcir efforts to defeat the bill area fail ure, are now beginning to assert with horrified screams (hat It is likely to seriously affect our foreign trade be cause of the fact that certain countries have gone through the usual form of making protests against it. J In t this does not worry ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 July 1897

( ,, -i I -s THE STAMP TAX. It Is Agrood to by tho Sonato with Little Opposition. ft CAUCUS ON THE SUGAR BOUNTY. An Attempt to llo Mnilo to Hosicli mi ABrco- lncnt on tho Mutter A Dispatch Sent to KiiRlimil ItrRitnlltif; tho Scaling Troulilc. "Washington, July OC Senator Alli son, in ohargo of the tariff bill, an nounced shortly before tho adjourn ment of the senate last night that, as no agreement had been reached for a final vote on tho tariff bill, he would ask the senate to remain in session to night at least until the bill is reported from tho committee of the whole to the senate. This promises a test of endurance unless tho opposition to the bill gives way. Mr. Allison's statement was made after another futile effort to have a time fixed for tho vote. In some respects tho senate made good progress yesterday, disposlug o two amendments, that placing a stamp tax being agreed to with little or no op position and without the formality of a vote, while the Mpooner amendment, propos...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 July 1897

x iffliiini mi ill mil n"i in ii ii mi i ii iiiiimiiiini nmim i n i inixmni mini milium mil am iiimiiiniim The Nebraska Advertiser U I. HJJ-lHiHN VubUihtr. Suhsohii'tion, 81.50 1'HIl YICAIt Fill DAY, JULY 0, 1807. Tim tariff bill passed tliu aeiuit o Wednesday by u voto of .'18 to 28. It received tho uolid voto of the republU cans, ono democrat MeEnory of Lou islanu iitnl two sliver republicans Jones of Nuvadu and Mantle of Mon tana. Tlio voto against it was cast by twenty live democrats, two populists Harris of Kansas and Turner of Wash ing onand one silver republican Cannon of Utah. There were live pop ulist senator present and not voting Allen, Uutler, Iloltfeid, Kyle and Stew art and two silver republicans Teller and Pottigiow. Eight republicans were paired for the bill and eight dom ocrats against It. Tlio bill now goes to tie conference committee of the senate and house. Senator Aldrich thinks the bill will be passed and congress ad journ by the 15th. The mid-summer number of ...

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