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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1897

TXLjgfstcBsrTvyrgg rs ebmsha Mdvertwer. ( VOLUME XLL NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 1(5, 1897. DUMBER 49 W V tMWM i itm ujiiuuAijjjJUMaL.irjjji PuiKiMiMMiiiiiui ! , a y 3S .i - Local. News. Pleasant weather. Talk up tliu picnic. Call and see us for job work. Mrs. Fairbank for fine millinery. Mrs. S. T. Argabright wont to Au burn Thursday. Win. II. Hoover came down from Lincoln Wednesday. Harvesting and threshing ure both in active operation. Old papers for sale at 25 cents per hundred at this office. John E. Crothor and Goo. N. Sandors drove down to Shubert Monday. John Dorram is working with W.W Seid on the steam thresher this season. Steve Cooper will soon have his new hack ready for use. It will bo a dandy. Wheat that has been threshed has averaged from thirteen to twenty- live bushels. Tho Richardson county A. 0. U W. picnic will be ho d at Shubert on the 21th. The Woman's Relief Coips have a lemon social at the Minick hall tomor row night. The Nemaha City Cornet band will hold...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. VT. HANDKHH, I'nlilUhar. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. V4tA4..4.A4.AX4.AXAJ.a.J.AXJ.XJ. JULY J 897. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. 2 8 JO n 18 25 12 j4 2? 28 5 ii 23 f- I 19 20 22 29 24 r , P 26 27 30 31 t rTTTi"1rTTTTTTTTT:FiT'; THE WORLD AT LAUGH. Summary of tho Dally Nowu. "WASHINGTON NOTKS. Phkhidknt MoKini.kv mid party re turned to Washington on tho th from Canton, O. Tho president waw ovi dcntly fatigued from IiIh journey and miJVcrcd from tin hen L Tim navy department wantH tho president to lly IiIh personal (lag over the white house, to denote his pre.se neo in Washington, instead of tho Ameri can lltlg. This treasury department has issued n eirenlar warning people of a danger ous counterfeit of the SJ silver certifi cate, series of 18".)0, which recently hiw been placed in circnlation. The new counterfeit bears cheek letter "B." It consists of two pieces of paper which Hpllt easily. The note has an oily fool ing, because of the soft paper. Tho portraits of Fulton...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1897

( -"f A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES 9 W. W, 8ANDKHS, 1'ublUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE COMING MAN. A pair of very chubby lops, Incased In scarlet hose; A pair of little stubby boots, With rather doubtful toes; A little kilt, a littlo coat Cut as a mother can And lol beforo us stands In state The future's "corning man." Ills eyes, perchance, will read the stars, And search their unknown ways; Perchance the human heart and soul Will open to their Raze; Perchance their keen and Hashing Blanco Will bo a nation's light Those eyes that now are wistful bent On some "big fellow's" kite. Thoso hands those little, busy hands So sticky, small and brown; Those hands whose only mission eems To pull all order down; Who knows what hidden strength may bo Hidden In their clasp, Though now 'tis but a taffy stick Jn sturdy hold they grasp? Ah, blessings on thoso little hands, Whoso work Is yet undone, And blessings on thoso little feet, Whose race Is yet unrunl And blessings on the littlo brain That has no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1897

r ) 'M THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. W. HANDKKH, 1'ulillilier. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. MERE MATTER OF COURTESY. The SrttlrntiMit of u l'lrwt CmiJtlKtil ' DinVri-ncc. Tho old man was smokinir Ills nine. And meditating. "So you're going to bo married," ho hnid to (ho young man at Inst. "Well, I a'poso If you linvc your miml made up hou'U do ft, and thorc'fl no use o' my nuiyiii' h word, except inebhu to give you a little advice." I The young man Intimated that he "would he glad to have some advice from one whose yonrH were unquestionably )BO full of experience. "Well," said tho old man thoughtful Qy, "the first question that'll como up will be: 'Who's boss?' You don't think tto now, but I know, for I've been (through it. ThaUthero question's got fto be settled afore there will be uny (pencil In the house." "But how is It to be settled V" asked Jtlie young man, thinking it a good plan .to humor the elder a little. I "(live it up," returned the old mnn. There ain't no rule to go by that I ever ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1897

VI 'J THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. XV. HANDKHS, 1'ulilliher. NEMAHA. NEHRASKA. MERE MATTER OF COURTESY. U'litt SHlrmnt of u li'Irnt Citnjiipral DITiti-iicm:. The old mnn was smoking his pine awl meditating', Ho you ro going to be married, ' ho toahl to the young' man at last. "Well, L a'poso If you have your mind made up tyou'll do it, and there's no use o' my uayiu' a word, except mebbe to give you a little ndvioe." I The young man intimated that he Hvould be glad to have Home adviee from one whom; years were unquestionably jbo full of experience. "Well," said the old man thoughtful Dy, "the ilrst question that'll eomo up will be: 'Who's boss?' You don't think wo now, but I know, for I've been (through it. That-there question got rto be settled afore there will be any pence in the house." "JJut how In it to be nettled ?" asked ftlie young man, thinking it a good plan ,10 humor the elder a little. I "dive It up," returned the old mail. There ain't no rule to go by that I ever heard. K...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1897

( "l 1 M ( ' h .-f. N- X- 5Tl .A V AGRICULTURAL HINTS INSECT-EATING BIRDS. Soinu FucIn Which I'nrinorH Slinnlil Alivnyn Hoar In ."Ml nil. Probably few fanners have tiny idea of the assistance which they receive from friends who ask no reward, except now'nnd then a little fruit, or a few seeds of grain. A recent number of the National Stockman gives a mass of tes timony as to the noble work done by the birds In the destruction of grass hoppers and other Insects. The experi ments were made by Prof. Aughey, of the University of Nebrnsk. Tabulated results show conclusively Unit birds of i all kinds were doing their best to re duce the number of locusts. The bftds of the thrush family were examined first. The stomachs of six robins con tained the remains of 205 locusts; three wood thrushes had OS locusts; one her mit thrush contained 19 locusts; two olive backed thrushes had gathered in C3 locusts; two Wilson's thrushes ab sorbed 73 of the pests, while live cat birds had "called" 15U of ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1897

( - i h r , v 1 fX k i AGRICULTURAL HINTS INSECT-EATING BIRDS. Bomu Fact Which Fanners Should Ahrnyx Hoar In Mlnil. Probably few farmers have nny idea of the assistance which they receive from friends who ask no reward, except now'and then n little fruit, or n few seeds of grain. A recent number of the National Stockman gives a mass of tes timony as to the noble work done by the birds in the destruction of grass hoppers and other insects. The experi ments were made by Prof. Augliey, of the University of Nebrusk. Tabulated results show conclusively that birds of i nil kinds were doing their best to re-' duce the number of locusts The brrds examined of the thrush family were first. The stomachs of six robins con tained the remains of 205 locusts; three wood thrushes had GS locusts; one her mit thrush contained 19 locusts; two olive backed thrushes had gathered m C5 locusts; two Wilson's thrushes ab sorbed 73 of the pests, while live cat bitds had "called" 1.12 of the insects. Three bl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1897

TA1UIW BILL PASSED, Tho Scnato Disposed of the Measure by a Vote of 30 to 20. Opinion Kxprrn-t'd an to WIiimi iiii Agrew .nit-iil May lie Iti-nclied liy tlm (,'on-ri)rci'fi--AiiitlyNlH of Hid Vol i). Wahiiinoion, July 8. -IJy the dcci Jvo vote of !!S to'JS, tin; tariff bill was passed in tin senate shortly before five o'clock yesterday. The early part of the day was spent on amendments of comparatively minor importance, the debate branching into financial and "" """ uuti-lriist clu.nnels. Hv IOU1 OCtOUC, i .t fulfill' f lw ut.fif, f Mtu In. .mil ttiti ti I f.t-l 1 11 tr limit- .. in .. . i iin)atieuee by calls of "Vote, vote, ... i , t. .ii. i nnd soon thereafter the lust amend- . ii i , i ., ,, i . incut was disposed of and tho final vote began. There wore m.nny Interruptions n.s puirs were arranged, and then, at -trfin o'clock, the vice president arose and.t.nno.it.ccd tho ptissngo of tho bill -vi.-is.TS. nays as. There was no de- monstration, but a few scattered hand claps were g...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1897

( i t A v Pi A Discussion of tho Affairs of the Kailroad in tho Sonato. NO BUSINESS DONE IN THE HOUSE, Important reunion Decision IMiitlnliy A- fllHtaut Socrtnry DitvlM Ciililnnt Will CdiiRldcr tlu Order KimIuHhs IVn- ntmi Amended IluwulliMi Affair. Washington, July 1!J. A discussion of Union 1'nciilc railroad all'airs occu pied the attention of the senate yes terday. The deficiency appropriation bill was taken up early in tho day, and Mr. Morgan proposed an amend ment designed to prevent the consum mation of the agreement made some time since for the settlement of the government's claims against the road. Mr. Morgan spoke throughout tlie day, severely arraigning the Pacific rail road managers. Later in the day the entire subject was disposed of by tho withdrawal of the paragraph to which Mr. Morgan had offered his amend ment. The deficiency appropriation bill was not completed up to the time of adjournment. A resolution by Mr. ltutlor, of North Carolina, was agreed to, directing th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 July 1897

;-j -"mw 'T-&& 'lUiilini1 J.' aH'lmmiiTmxuiiij'i.iiiiiiiiiii.n.'twTti-'iimijt.ira'wn mm i ihuiiujui u4tjt.ttiwA;.iiunMvuiJ9rkiii:iutK .u ji-UUMjgijt.-r.ji -nt.e;'jji.lt-uu;j.iu -uaAnTW-mtc: lt:;umh, , n jWJBjjiinS-jLJX-BLjju.mTMiBiwii'iiiiuu.mu The Nebraska Advertiser W. I. N1J"ltJ-:itN VutiUihir, SUIISOIUI'TION, - SLBOPUK YKAIl FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1807. 4S2&? SEE ican NcwBpcipor ET v GLOHE-DEMOCKAT SQUJ US. Nutison liaH cloarad $160,00o from his book. It is such incidents an UiIh that Induco an Arctic explorer to brouk his resolution never to try It again. Tho farmers of Kentucky, Indiana and Olilo will rocoivo 85.000,000 more for their wheat this year than in 180(1. Not many will be disposed to gruinblo thai tho dollars aro too valuable. In his annual report, to Congress last Docombur Secretary Carlisle estimated tho delicti for tho ilscal year at S(M,r00, 000. It is $18.023. 107. Mr. Carlisle for got that Republican times wore coming. Uncle Sam, during tho (lacal year ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 July 1897

- "" "'"1 ''" - iiniiiiruii ii j gi imnun.i.,-. i1- ii -unmr. ii Jiiium'tjBn,HljimjnunMunwi WATiM Mn IV. Wf f liP&fc NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUL-t 23, 1897. VOLUME XLL .YUMHEIl oO in mnm-i'i i n ihii,i uu.m Wht Mdvertmr. ( i A I Local jNTews. Call and soo u3 for job woik. OKI settlers' picnic August 7th. Mrs. Fairbank for lino millinery. John Elliott has a now road wagon. Mrs. S. T. Argabright went to Au- burn Wednesday. Prof. W. M. Crichton was in from Auburn Thursday. I. M. Rtipard, the Shubert druggist, was in town Sunday. John Kempthorno and wife visited friends in Brewnviile Saturday. Harry McCandless shipped two cars of wheat to New York city Friday. Wm. H. Hoover went to Auburn Tuesday, and from there to Lincoln. We were visited by a nice rain Tues day morning. It was greatly needed. Mrs. Alex. Maxwell, of South Au burn, viBited Nemaha friends last Sun day. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Jones, Monday night'luly 10th, 1807, a fine boy. Mr. and Mrs. Kerl and daughter Nor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 July 1897

r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. 8ANDKI.S, Publl-her. NEMAHA, - - - NEHRASKA. THE WOULD AT JbAHUE. Summary of tho Daily Nowb. AVASIIINOTON NO IKS. Tun thanks of tho United States will be given to (Jroat Jirltiiin for services rendered by the Uritlsh warship In trepid in giving "prompt mid firm sup port" to two United Stutos consular agents in their efforts to protect tho lives and property of American citizens during tho recent Honduras rebellion. J'ni:siir,NT MelCiNi.r.Y has issued tin order suspending the operation of ex Prcsident Cleveland's order consolidat ing the pension agencies of the coun try and reducing their number from 18 to nine. A htatkmknt prepared lit the mint bureau shows that the number of sliver dollars coined at the United States mints during the last ilseaJ year was 21,U0i,70), on which tho seigniorage or profit to the government amounted to SO,:t:w,ioi. It was stated that instructions had been sent to Adtn. Ilcardsleu to hoist the American Hag over the Hawaii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 July 1897

( A ; THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SAXDICKS, rublUhor. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. SONG. Had I the sold to pleaso thco And stocks and bonds and famo, 1 tlien might dare to woo thee, And offer thee my name; Hut since I am a poor lad, And you n lady preat, 1 still must ro my own way, And learn to honor fate. Thy lot Is far above me, In beauty's ranks to shine; 'To dazzle In the shimmer Of Jewels, llRht and wine; To reap the songs of poets, To win a prince's heart, To raise the welcome plaudits In no Ignoble part. 'Tls mine to follow labor, From rise to set of sun; To see the goal forever Of no ambition won; To look upon thee passing, As those who dream bright dreams, And find when they awaken But Icy fields and streams. Farewell to Idlo visions, And welcome little cot; And let the rose of glory Forever be forgot. A health to those around me. Whose hearts tire plain and true, .And In the cup of plenty, To all vain dreams adieu. Jorls Von Linden, In Chicago Record. TJY CAS'TAIN CIIAKLKS KING. lC...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 July 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IT. W. BANDKIIS, I'ultllilier. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. r" , ' ': NEW BITS OF JEWELRY. jUiililiio IitviiH 111 (Jolil, SIIvit mill I'rr- ClllllN .Sltlllt'N. . Bow knots of gold, enriched with gems, nre suitable ornaments for the Mnrle Antoinette ooillure. Crystal niiiriiinliide pots, resting1 on nilver trays, please the eye. A rabbit's foot, mounted In gold, Is (evidently u popular ehnrm with both rexes. The wearing of imltution and scml prcclous jewels is no longer n soelal (crime; these are freely tolerated in the tfushionable world. Kspeelally 1h tills rfruc of itonuiu pearls, which figure in jnnny necklaces In company with real diamonds. ' TheHilverehafingdish has been intro Wlticod at the formal dinner and has (consequently Increased in importance. The most popular bracelet is flexible, Wing in gold-chain pattern, with gems Htttiu nt intervals. Knnmel work in the Byzantine style Bs used for a variety of purposes, such as frames for photographs, handles to pa per...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 July 1897

r v-r ( ' ' P - .; r'.'x. r .y THE FARMING WORLD. THE FARM KITCHEN. Mow Water May lie IMnuncd tu It from a DlMtnnt AVi'll, It frequently happens that n farmer's family is obliged to depend for n water supply upon a well or spring1 nt somedis tunue from the house. When such a supply is on lower ground the labor of carrying water is considerable. This may be avoided by placing a pump in the kitchen, to discharge over the kitch en sink. Such an arrangement gives good satisfaction, while it is new, but a wnnrinn- nf the valves, cnusin&r it to leak air, be it ever so little, will empty WATER FOR THE KITCHEN. the whole pipe of water, and the time and trouble required to "fetch the pump" will make the thing practical ly a failure. To overcome this a well pump must be used, bringing The cyl inder near the bottom of the cellar. Then let the suction pipe turn upward, as shown in the illustration, and pass out through the cellar wall a little high er than the top of the cylinder. This will...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 July 1897

awnjjiiuwiwL ii'iwai STRIKE FEATURES. Hallway Employoa May Bo Called on to IIolp Minora. E. V, DEBS TALKS TO TUB MINERS. I'lin Men at III" CiuinoimliiirK Milieu In duced to Cniim Out-Over Tlirnn 'llimiimnd Mi'ii yull Work In Illinois. Pn isiiriioii. I'll., July 'JO. Some now j the stock yards district, who have features will likelv be 'introduced into been thrown out of employment the struggle within thu nuxt two days, through the closing of this line of in luit. tin. lenders are tiinlii ttiiniiiir the . ilustry. It will also be news of a dif- groulost secrecy regarding their move-1 incuts. It is believed they content pin to calling on thu railway organiza tion!) for assistance. Secretary War ner gnvo out information yesterday thai u mooting of railway employes was helil hero Sunday ami the situa tion of the miners' strike thoroughly discussed. Resolutions wore adopted pledging support to the strikers anil each member was assessed S'J for the .strike fund. Active work has been comme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 July 1897

i ') THE TARIFF BILL. Tho Houso Adopts tho Oonfcronco Report 0:1 tho Monsuru. ONLY TWELVE HOURS OF DEBATE. Thn Kt!!rt Punned by 11 Vnt r 185 to 118 Tim St'imto I)Inciii4h tlin IlurrlM IU'.qoltitloii 011 tlio Union l'ii- clllc Itiillrotwt. Wahiiinoto.v, July !20.--Tim confer ences report on the turiir bill was adopt ed by tho house shortly nfter midnight by a vote of 185 to 115, and ut noon to day the report will go to the senate for action there. This eclipses all previous records. T,hc result was ac complished after 12 hours of continu ous debate. l?ut two speeches were made by the republicans one by Mr. Dingley in opening1 the debate, and one by Mr. I'ayne, of New York, in closing it. In all ten democrat and one populist speeches were made. The sugar schedule was the main point of assault. The galleries were crowded tip to the time the vote was taken, many distinguished people being pres ent. the democrats, with five exceptions, voted against the report. The excep tions were Slayd...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 July 1897

tn-mww.ni. wijmt.'Jww.m'agLJL j.'iwji'. ia.. jj. .... The Nebraska Advertiser Suhsoihption, - Sl.r.O i'ku yeah FRIDAY, JULY 2.'J, 1897. .oM5ib 2tf Republican" jffilQl INcwopop' j or ?& C. Shuck, proprelor of tliu Nemaha Valloy Horkshiro Farm, eight miles southeast of tliooity wuh in town early Wednesday morning with a load of hoga for market. Mr. Shuck knows a hog when ho doom one and keeps only tliu vory boat forbreedlng purposes and ho fats tho rest and Bolls them on the market. A uhurn Post. Cliff Cole, with bis vonerablo father-in-law, .1. V. Den of Hrownviilo. ajiont several daya down at Langdon this week, returning yesterday (Saturday) with a fine Btring of bass and croppies. Mr. J)en ia well up in tho70s, but ho la yet a sportsman who can givo many of his younger brethren cards and spades and beat them out anywhere at the trap, in tlw field or on tliu lako or stream. Omaha Reo. David Higginu, while attending to n cow that had a pnculiar eruptive dis ease, infected himsolf...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1897

IV auiiu. Willi n ii ii in ebmsh dvertim. Tvf, zzsaa VOLUME XLI1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1897. NUMBER 5 Efa &Ju a s i I r i A v Local ISTews. Mow tbo weeds. Call and see us for job work. Old Bottlers' picnic August 7th. Mrs. Fairbank for lino millinory. The rain Saturday night was greatly needed. The corn crop now looks in splendid condition. Tho now hack now meots all passon gor trains. II . II . Vonfeldon, of Auburn, was In town Tuesday. The Salom Chautauqua begins Satur day of next week. Basket meeting in tho park next Sunday, at 11 o'clock. District court is in session at Auburn this week, with Judge Stull presiding. Ford Skeen and MisBEva Armstrong drove down from Auburn last Sunday. A goodly number of our citizens at tended the picnic at Shubert Tuesday. Mrs. Kempthorne aud Miss TusBey are attending the toachors' instituto at Auburn. A splendid rain fell here Saturday night. One and one-tenth inches of Tvater fell. Dr. Melvin reports the birth of an 11 pound gir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. W. BANIHC1CS, l'ulitUher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTKS. At tin- cabinet meeting at the white house on tho 20th tho coal strike xvua iiiforiniilly discussed, but no notion was taken hi the matter. A decision wis arrived at to send a currency ines Migo to congress as soon as tho party leaders in the senate considered the time opportune. Siiciti'.rAitv IJi.ihs has issued instruc tions to the general land olllue which will in substance limit the right of bond-aided railroads to patents for lands lo those lands sold by the com pany to bona fide purchasers prior to the date of default by such companies on the pnyment of their bonds or in tercst thereon. rjiCBini'.NT iMcICiM.KV will leave Washington on the '28th for his sum mer vacation on Lake Champluin, N. Y., providing congress adjourns in time to permit it. It is the intention of the president to have all otlicial an nouncements of executive action taken w...

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