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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1897

N f h iv i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. AV. SANDICUS, I'ublliher. NEMAHA, .... NEBRASKA. "MUST GIT BACK." I've boon In town a month or two Come hero exnectln I might stay Bout all my days with little Sue An' oven ylt, perhaps, I may. Fur she hangs 'round my ncok so tight That, though 1 know I otter pack. I can't raise the spunk to say to-night: "1 must git back." They make It pleasant fur me hero, Sue an her husband, I must own. An Hence ma's gone, It would appear I'm bettor off than I'd bo homo. But 1 dunno: to settle down I some way can't Jlst git tho knack. An now, 'fore winter gits aroun I must git back. It seems ungrateful like, I know; Fur when I come tho very night Tho things she'd brought from Cedar row "Was tho ilrst things to meet my sight. "See, dad," she cried, " 'tis Just tho same Your slippers, pipe, and chair and Back." Why, sir, tho thought that minute came: "I must git back." Why, bless your soul, this ain't no placo Fur an old chap as rough as ino; There ain't enough...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1897

k i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. W. HAN I) KItS, l'utilliher. NEMAHA. NfiHRASKA. A SINGER OF THE GLEN. KVnterfnll, waterfall, thcro Is laughter tn your brawl, SVliero echoes mock tho music of your carol anil your call, i IWlillo firlm rocks rcsponslvo ring to the merry hoiikh you hIiik, ThoUBh ho Htcrn llioy frown nbovo you, niRgod giants strong and tull. fTliroufili your ripples ns you How silver Hllllttlt'M COI1IO mid 1:0, 3?hat with Rold thronds weuvolncn patterns shimmering Hoftly to nnd fro; i Tour gold troHncH llko . girl's docked with rubles, dlnmonds, jiciirlH, 'And the countless Hashing tuns which only wutur iinlads know. Sweet. tho llowors which nod nnd drink at your cool nnd mossy brink, .And the silver chains you mnko and wreatho around you link by link: Sweet ihu shadows shy which phty 'ncath your .spangled veils of sprny, 'Ami tho sliver Ingots fulling In your pool with cheery clink. M'hen a enre-frco, laughing boy I partook of all your Joy, And my merriment was frco as...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1897

'' it 8 "r A TILE NEW TA1UFJP. Synopsis of Bill as Agrood Upon hi Gonforonco. Chilli t;cr Millie 111 the VitrlottN Schedules by Hit? Committee ami llcportcil tii the House. Washington, July 20. The tariff bill was pushed thro- h the conference stage yesterday niter two hours' dis cussion before the full conference com mitteedemocrats and republicans. The democratic conferees offered amendments to the report, but were met with the statement that it would merely consume time to urge amend ments, as they would be rejected. Mr. Wheeler (dem., Ala.) offered amendments placing cotton bagging and cotton tics on the free list; also a substitute proposition for rebates on these articles. These and other amend ments were withdrawn, however, as there was no prospect of favorable ac tion on them. Ileveiiue niiiecleil. As to the question of revenue to be raised by the bill, Mr. Dlngley, in his speech, pointed out the difficulty re sulting from the large anticipatory im portations. The bill next ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1897

wwmmwmwm SPEAKER KJfllUJVS LIST. House Committees for the Regular Fall Session Named. Mnny of llm Chairmen nf llin l.ml limine Committees (ilvcn Their Old Plnee, Among Others Memr. Hilt, Cannon anil Walker. Washington, .luly 20. Speaker Heed Saturday night announced the house committees. Tin eoiniuiUcos on ways and means and accounts and mileage wero announced at the beginning of the session. Foreign nnalrs -Robert H. Mitt of Illinois, Robert Ailmns, .Jr.. of Pennsylvania, Lemuel K. ulgg of Now York, Robert (J. Cousins of Iowii, Wlllliitn Allien Smith of Michigan. Joel I. Hentwoioof Minin'sotii, Richmond Pearson of North Carolina. Fre lerlek II. (Illicit of Massachusetts, Charles I, Hriiley of Indiana, republicans; Hugh A. Dinsinoro or Arkansas, democrat; KmiirlK Ncwliurfl of Nevada, silver republican; Champ Clark or Missouri, .lohn S. Williams of Mississippi, Albert S Herry of Kentucky ami William Howard of Georgia, domoirnts. The additional members ways iinil means Georgo H. MrCle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1897

s 1 I - ) -K r 0 r "FORLORN BRIGADE" Last Attompt of OfTlco-Scokors to Spoak to tho Prosidont. PRESIDENT M'KIXLEY'S VACATION. Hh Tarty to I.euvo for l.nko Cliunipliiln ou V'eilnemluy A Kepnrt Tlmt Secre tary Shermmi Muy KcsIkii Iiipiin'rt I'rotent. Washington. .Inly '27. There wns n great crowd tit the white house yester day, 1 argot than has been seen since the early days of the administration. It was the "charge of the forlorn brigade," as one of theoHleials put it the last attempt of the ollice-seelcers to get a word with the president be fore he leaves Washington for weeks. Then there were a number of senators and representatives who called to say farewell to the president and promi nent among them was Speaker Heed. Julius Palmer, of ex-Queen Llliuoka lani's cabinet, accompanied by her chamberlain, .loseph Ilelelui, also called and left some papers with one of the ollicials for delivery to the presi dent. The papers presented by Mr. Ilelelui were memorials from the three great p...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 July 1897

IMJiJUJ I JH lUHH.MHJJtU IU..H Nebraska .Advertiser W. W, HiJSUUillH M'ubUilnr. Sunscmi'TioN, 81.00 I'Kli YEAH FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1807. $SSS& JSe ibliean Newspnp i L. IOP Each week t!iu Falls City News re fors sneorlngly to tlto promise of pros perity made by republicans during tlio Jato campaign, and insinuates that tho return of the sumo is conspiduous by its absence. In last week's edition of tlio News isnn advertisement of a local firm was contained, all tlio members of which aro democrats, reciting that tlio firm had dono between nine and ton por cent more business during threo inoiithHlhun was dono by it durim? the corresponding period last yoar. Tho same puj or contained a local notice of 11 prominent farmer, a wealthy pop, bringing in a largo drove of hogs and recoiving nu advance in price of 20 por cent. In the Stella items of tho same paper and the same edition tho state ment was made that no less than ton men wore looking for laborers tho day beforo, "one of whom wore H...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 August 1897

jea&tinnsgirtmtM.-ym. nwwumaacaaaaai'.Mi m i:ra3aEuyAicrorBii.Juailiuw i i " -.' " "mi ' mM'ininwmnni"i yi'tmrnuui'M t,tjmtwBwi.ui jj,jlijjj j-jirm ebmslm Mtlvertiser. TSfoi VOLUME XL II NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1S97. IS UMBER 6 . S W B -t 4 "Hiocal iSTe-vvs. Butter, 15 cents. Picnic tomorrow. Call and see us for job work. Old settlers' picnic August 7th. Mrs. Eairbank for flno millinery. Everybody is invited to the picnic, As we have remarked before, slay the weeds. Dr. Withers, dontlHt, will be here again about Sept. 1st. Mrs. Fannie Fairbank and Bert vis ited Auburn Monday. Mrs. May GMbeit visited the teach ers' institute at Auburn Wednesday. Rev. Dili, add wife, of Brownville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.Komp thorne. G.N. Titus went to Syracuse last Saturday, in the interest of the Titus nursery. Rabe Elliott went to Pawneo City Thursday. 'Squire Clayton, of Brownville, was in town Monday uud gave this oflice a social call, Mrs. Emma Ilouk has moved into tho hou...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 August 1897

THE NEBRASKAJDVERTISER W. W. HANDKKS, I'ulilUlior. ' I II NEMAHA. NHHUASKA. VXXXAXXXXJ.J.J.AXJ.J.AJ.4.i.XXAJ.X AUGUST 1897. Sun. Mon. 2 9 16 23 30 Tuo. J To 17 24 31 Wod. 4 Tliur. Frl. 6 13 20 27 5 12 19 26 8 11 i8 25 15 22 29 I I NTfTTTfTTTTTTTTTTrfTTTTT'i TIIJO WORLD AT hMiiiK Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON' N'OTIiS. Tin: president mid Secretary Alger have decided to detail sin army olllcer unci a company of hold iocs from the regular army for service, in Alaska. The exact location of the camp or post lms not yet been determined on, but it in expected to be at Circle City, and if It can bo arranged they will bo sent on the hteamer sailing early in August. Pui:hiih:nt MoKini.hv loft Washing ton on the '28th for Luke Cliamplain. He may bo away from tho capital for six weeks. Tmc internal rovonuo collections during tho past fiscal year wore: For Kansas, S,J50,!K)8.:W; for Missouri, S5S18, 751.15. Snt'HHTAUV (!aii:, of tho treasury de partment, is to undertake a compre hensive ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 August 1897

he ( A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDKKS, 1'ublUher. NEMAHA. .... NEBRASKA. A PLEA FOR THE BIRDS. roos It never strike you, Indies, As your plume-tlppod hats you buy, TJint for each one of those feathers Some maimed bird has had to dlo? Tlint for every spray-tipped bonnet That so heedlessly you wear, That, by fashion's laws coerced, In an act of cruel slaughter .In effect you've had a Bluire? You may plcnd you didn't know it, You've unwittingly offended, Have but thoughtless been at worst; Hut, ol), surely now wo tell you What this font her craze Implies, It no longer will find favor As it now does in your eyes. Then your ears, we beg you, ladles, To this prayer of ours Incline, And forthwith against a fashion That Is barbarous combine. Yes, Bpcakiout, as you arc women, And the welcome news impart Birds no longer shall bo butchered That your bonnets may bo smart t London Truth. CAPTAIN GLOSE IJV CAPTAIN CIIMKLUS KING. ICopyriRht, 1891, by J. B. Llpplncott Co. V. Continued. The e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 August 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. HANDICUS, I'uhllilicr. NEMAHA, - - - NEHRASKA. THE DECISIVE HOUR. Xoti stand to-day at an hhrIo Whoro divergent pathways mcit, IAnd one looks ruKRuiI and toilsome, And ono seems sinootli to tho foot; Hut tho roiiKh road Icadcth tipwurd To tho IiIIIh of truth and fight, Tho other over downvvnrd Unto tho valcH of night; And a volco crloth: "Chooso yd Choose ye!" Ono road Is strewn with flowers, And sweet with rare porrumun; Hut noxious aro tho odors Of thoso deceitful hlooms; And many aro tho pitfalls That lie tho path along; Though mirthful tho wayfaror, Boon hushed Is his Kay song; .IVIillu stays tho moment "Chooso yol Chooso yel" !Who takes the upward pathway Must tread tho hrlarB among, Yet mounting up, triumphant Shall volco the victor's song. Tho heights ho kiiIiiii arc vocal With anthoms from on high; Tho fragrant winds that fan him 8ccm bringing Heaven nigh. Oh. heed the warning: "Chooso yol Chooso yol" f Mcta 13. II. Thorne. In Hanncr of Cold. M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 August 1897

TEE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER .,.. i , ,, mm W. W. HANDKKH, 1'uhllslicr. ' i.i NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. t ',, ' ' " ' ' "".,: THE DECISIVE HOUR. Ton stand to-day at an aiiRla Whero dlvorKciit pathways meet, lAntl ono lookH ruKKcd and tollHome, And. olio seems Htnootli to tho foot; Hnt tlio roiiKli ronil Iciulcth upward To tlio hills of truth nnd llKht, The otlicr ever downward Unto tlio valoH of nllit; And a voice crietli: "CIiooho yel Choose yol" Ono road la ntrewn with floworn, And Hweot with rare jierfumea; llut iioxIoiih are tlio odors Of those deceitful IiIooiiim; And many arc tlio pitfalls That llo tlio path nloiitf; Though mirthful tlio wayfarer, Boon IniHlicd 1.4 IiIh i;ay sons; IWhllo stays tho moment "Choose yol Choo.io yd" JVho taken the upward pathway Must trend tho hrlarx amorifj, Tel motWliiR up, triumphant Shall volco the vIctor'H hoiik. TTho helKhtn ho i;alim are vocal With nntlnwiH from on IiIk'i; Tho fragrant winds Hint fan him 'Bccm bringing Heaven nigh. Oh, heed the warning "...

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

y i x BICYCLE SENSATION. Out In Pricos Makos Makora and Buyors Think. TIio ItnclJijj World Cnrillncr SIiowm Wonderful Speed, Hut liitckn Heart Mluhncl mill Loniwi Matched, Special Chicago Letter. A big sensation wns created not only In trade olrclcs, but among the entire cycling public by a reduction of $25 in the price of the best-known make of bicycles in Americn July 1. This move carries all the more weight be cause the manufacturers of this ma chine, who urc notorious for their con- ARTHUR GARDINER. (The Star at tho Chicago Meet.) iservatism, have always insisted thnt n thoroughly good bicycle was worth the S100 price and have rigidly maintained Hint ligure regardless of the price cut ting that lias been indulged in by other milkers. The announcement was a oig surprise to the trade, for, although many manufacturers and dealers thought this concern would lower its prices at the beginning of the present season, it was generally supposed that after the prices had been upheld for mo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 August 1897

r ii . if x BICYCLE SENSATION. Out in Pricos Makoa Makora and Buyers Think. Tlic IIiicIiik Worlil (Jnrilliier SIumvh Wonderful Speed, Hut l.ncUn Heart .Mlulutcl niitl IjOniui Matched. Special Chicago Letter. A big sensation was created not only in trade circles, but among the entire cycling public by a reduction of $25 in tho price of the best-known make of bicycles in America July 1. This move carries all the more weight be cause the manufacturers of this ma chine, who are notorious for their con- ARTHUR GARDINER. (The Star at tho Chicago Meet.) iservatism, have always insisted that a thoroughly good bicycle was worth the $100 price and have rigidly maintained that figure regardless of the price cut ting that has been indulged in by other makers. The announcement was a oig surprise to the trade, for, although many manufacturers and dealers thought this concern would lower its prices at the beginning of the present season, it was generally supposed that after the prices had been uph...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 August 1897

YUKON GOLD FItiLDS. Evonts Which Lod Up to tho Froa ont Boom. Tho to Ilouto to Klnniljkc llnrilnlilp Hi- HiiooiiiiIitmI HupprlHliiK KlKiiri'N iin to IIIhUiiioch Con! of M l"tf. Tlic excitement caused by the (lis covurlcKuf gold in largoquanliticsnlong Ihc KlonttyUo river and the waters trib utary to it, ni'iir tliu Alaskan boundary, has aroused spirit of wealth-hunting which will not bo ullnyutl for many u day. Determination to become pos sessed of the rlclit'B of the cold mid dreary Yukon basin him Impelled Ihou 'nnds to go forth, In many Instances with very imperfect preparation, to sc ctiru the yellow metal, which, it H known, this region so largely conceals. I'lifc gold fever has taken such a hold jdong the I'ncifle coast that btcathlesi haste to reach this new land of promise, has dominated all considerations of pru dence and even of safety. The talca '-- Jl'iMil Ml rullKTUI is'isr Mr ':WM Blifeii! ...A j w unr WMwmQm aMUM-Mi-W frri r3Jiii-i! wf ' asa--- LANDING AT THIS KLONDYK...

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

ri f MINERS ORDERLY. Tho Strikers Praisod for Tholr Law-Abiding Bohavior. A CRISIS THOUGHT TO RE NEAR. A Strllu) l.cinlcr l'ropoM-n to Mittntitln 111? ItlKlits Mi-IIu-im to lu I'vleti-d "Ulii- i-mIii ti 1'ljjlit .IHlIro "illnrr to Kchuiih) Work. l'n rsiiuii'in. ln., Any. !J. What ever the immediate culmination of tho .strike .situation may be in this district, it is evident Sheriil' Lowry considers tho time a critical one. Last niirht ho telegraphed Gov. Hastings fully con cerning the conditions existing here, with the evident purpose of having tho governor prepared for any emergency that may arise in tho near future. It is learned tho governor has been so impressed with the gravity of the sit uation that lie has instructed the'ad-jutnnt-general to remain in his olllce, awaiting any requisition that may bo made on him for troops. The striking miners have broken all records, both as to numbers attending their mass meetings and the excellent order and law-abiding behavior they exhibit...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 August 1897

'grigrjrTaaa-m im rBinlcai3 j-awiwaiirif rfimwi ---gmttaBczrrft. armcgBWgg The Nebraska Advertiser W. W, H.li'IH!ltS 1'utiHthtr. SUllSCltlPTION, - Sl.fif) PICK YKAIl FRIDAY, AUGUST o, 1807. mnBfmamxmiwmM m.wxmm mwmww Republican I JwfeJ'fl FWspouer 05tjiJoJ' SliurifT Glasgow returned last Sat urday from Huflalo county. thiH state, having in charge Edwin S. Robinson against whom tho charge of rapo was preferred by tholuiother or" Lulu Com stock, Jiobiuuoii was placed in jail hut was released on Wednesday upon tlie promiso that ho would many tlio girl, thu agreement being satisfactory to all parties concornnd. Judge Stall ordorad him to appear beforo the court with tho girl that afternoon. At four o'clock '.10 int.de his appearance in com pany with Miss Comatock, whon tho judgo road him a wholeaomo lecture and Hitid he would continuo the case, provided he nmendud tho wrong he had dono by marrying tho girl. Thi was agreed to and tho case continued. Robinson entering into his own recon i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 August 1897

jwimui i ! ninwiiiiMiiummnnu hhhijmiliui ?WLJIlUJ1IBnWB ebmsh dvertizer. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, i897. YOLUME XLII NUMBER 7 iimiwiii m nnrinn i niniii i mi mi i n i r i mi mm mwihiwih hi P &Ju fr X Local ISTews. More rain Monday. Call and see us for job work. Mrs. Fairbnnk for fine millinery. J. S. Iladlock moved to JoluiBon Wednesday. Mrs. L. II. Merritt went to Vesta last Friday. Tom Clark is attending the Salem Chautauqua. Misa Annie Morton returned toJohn son Monday. Dr. A. S. Holladay was down from Brownville Tuesday. Over seventy teams put up at the livery stable last Saturday. Rev. Dr. Nesvlaud has been preach ing in the park all this week. MiBS Lizzie Lewark came up from Falls City Thursday morning. Charloy Taylor went to Plattsmoutb Saturday, to visit his mother. Dave Thompson went to Salem "Wednesday, to attend the Chautauqua. Mies Lillian Minick went to Johnson Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Ray Scofleld. Mrs, E, A. Minick and Cyrus went to Bracken las...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 August 1897

I I 1 ,', THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV, XV. 8ANDKKH, I'lililliher. "" ' - ! NEMAHA, NEHRASKA. V4-t-".a.a.J.J.XXJLXJ.XJLXXXXXXJ.XJ.X AUGUST 1897. Sun. Tuo. 3 Thur. Sat. 7 J 8 75 5 JO n 25 14 28 22 29 24 31 27 I piWWTsRTi:WTT:FFFF!fV; THE WOULD AT LAJIOE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTIiS. Commissioner Foumam, of tho inter nal revenue service, Iiiih issued a cir cular culling attention of collectors of internal revenue to the provisions of tho Dinglcy tariii act relative to to bacco, cigars and cigarettes. Ti:mii:nci: V. Powit.w,Y, of Pennsyl aula, formerly muster workman of the Knights of Lfvbor, took tlie pro scribed oatli on tlie !!d and received his commission us commissioncr-gen-crul of immigration. Incitp.I) by tho newspajHir publica tions recently made, some of tho high (government oflieinls at Washington have been looking up tho title to tho Klonkyke gold Holds and say tiiat they uro unquestionably within ltritish ter ritory, lying east of tho 141st meridian, which de...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 August 1897

If w "it? vv . ;, 'Jr THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. W. SANDKKS, l'ublliher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. INTERRUPTED. I hare sat for an hour tit my tabic, And tried to f;et on with my work; There's a poem to llnlsh a fable About the unspeakable Turk. It ought to bo pat to the minute, A fortunate mixture of fun, "With a spice of the serious In It Hut 1 can't et It done. My thoughts are nil throiiRlniraml fighting, I foci thorn at work In my brain, But as soon aa I want to bo writing Them down they urc vanished again; Gone hidden, like mites in a Slllton Or needles In trusses of hay; I wonder If Shakespeare or Milton , Were bothered that way? Oh, for one ray of light to Illumine The fancy and warm It to life! Just a chat with a friend, and tho gloom in My heart would bo gone. As tho life Urges on tho young soldier to battle When he would be skulking, or worse, So Jones' agreeable rattle Compels mo to verso. There's a footstep! I wonder, now, Is It Tho postman, a client, a dun, Or some fool como to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 August 1897

r i i i THE EBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. SAM)i:it.S, Publlihcr, NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. AFTERGLOW. nii-firt, rest thcol Day's lonfj tasks ro dono And Ijuay cftroa prow film: TJjo woHtorn lillls Imvo hid tlic sun Xtulitnd their Koldon rim: -X memory of the sunset Blow Broods In the evening air; Tcco settles, as the winds drop low, .A IiuhIi fulls everywhere. Jl tttHy flood of hoams astray JIusIioh tho eiiHtern sky Cold Klory of tho dylnB dny Sprcud through Immensity. Tiio coJor mounts, and streaming wldo IteuclirH the massy banks Of western clouds, all Klorllled, Tliut span tho heavens In ranks. 37h?j movo o'or npncoH preen and cool, Touched with a tender Hush, Thnt, Biassed In every tiny pool, JvrlnB In tneadow'H IubIi, And pulsed throUBhotit tho quiet air, noodit It with opal hues, 7lnlliiB the hillsides, lirond and fair, Jlitd lurking In tho duws, 3Tinl mlstH steal up tho mountnln's breast .And olInB In rosy veils; TTliey catch tho cloud tints, whoro they rest, Or float In wreathlnB trails....

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