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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 October 1897

1 ' ''& THE TRUE WOMAN. J The vtman who holdB a man's heart In her hands INeed not be pretty nor possessed of rich Ian da. ,Ehe needn't wear clothes Just teeming with style: She needn't possess the first worldly wile. Her eyes may be brown, her eyes may bo blue, To him she's a beauty away through and through If she's true. It'3 her soul that he enres for, her stead fast devotion, Her love as unbounded, as Tree as the ocean; The touch of her hands, tho glanco of her eye The swift rush of color that comes when he's nigh; The thousand and one little things she can do That show him so plainly right through and through Thit she's true. "What does It matter If others are fairer? Bhe possesses a virtue that makes her far rarer Than professional beauties, cold-hearted and vain. Bhe would give him her all and oaro not to gain Aught but a smile, n low "I love you," Which thrills her whole being away through For she's truo. Days may be dark, days may be fair, In sickness, in health, in Joy...

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. — 1 October 1897

YELLOW JACK. Wnrm Wcatltcr Lessons tho Death Rate but Spreads tho Fever. Tho Dlfli'iiRn Itttlng Htnmpecl Out lit .Mobile, Ala. lCleven Nmv Ciim-H ul. ICtlwiiritft Spreading nt lllloxl New Or- I nil lis .Mall I'litiilKiitmL Nr.w Oiti.KANH, Sept. 28. Warmer weather in thu past two or throe iluyH Iiiih had tho effect or increasing to Homu extent Hit number of now eases of tlio prevailing typo of yellow fever, but it has aim had tho ell'eet of send ing down the death rate. There were 211 cases Saturday, 17 Sunday and up to 0:!t0 o'clock yesterday til eases. Hut the were only two deaths on Saturday, none on Sunday and two yesterday. Present experience, therefore, proves that warm weather adds to the number of cases, but reduces the mortality, while colder weather dimin ishes the number of eases and enlarges the death rate. Physicians and au thorities last night generally agreed that, the situation was steadily improv ing. They believe the chances nro growing more remote every day of an e...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 October 1897

fr& r ' v 4 v? i "T7 I A- THE FARMING WORLD. FATTENING HOGS. I'a II Jn tlu Time Allow All Other to 1'iimIi llir 1'orUors. The corn Hold mid the hog arc coni ,ng closer and closer together. Just as soon iih the grain begins to dent, we bo jlu to cut up the corn and feed It to the li'jgs that are to be fattened. How they ,vill pick up on it. The longer the hog .s kept after cold weather sets in, the more expensive the animal is. We like to fatten quickly and send to market, and we can feed all the corn the hog will at from the stage above described until the animal is ready to market. We rcod nothing but corn during the fat tening season. If the animal has been an good pasture and fed a lot of mill stull's during the summer, it needs noth ing of this kind, if it is fattened quick ly. Of course the laying on of fat must be considered as a diseased condition. During the fattening process the hog is hot, feverish, and as the fat aceumu lates the organs are oppressed, and if fed notli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 October 1897

jtwww aai m u. j lawaww H HUMS WHlHfc All HKf (AIIS. Bert Cough Hrup. TaMtvi Uood. Um in limn. Hold by artWKlnM. nflCKUJAdMtIH21 T)U. W. W. KEELING, ftlCMA.HA OlTY, NlCHItAICA. Olllco II rat door Houtli of Park Iiotn). W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nttmalia City, Nob. L.JLMELIRJ.T1, Contractor and Builder. All kinds of Carpenter work dono on short notice. Satisfaction guaranteed. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. J. I j. Melvln, M.D., Ph. (.'. PHYSICI&NANDSURGEOH SIMCUIAU'l 1K8: UlwsaHCHof tho .Skin, DIh. i!iiKt o Woiiiuii iiml Clillilron Will jiromiilM nimwtsr nil ciiIIh, elthur tiny or nitwit. Olllco -I rcHlikmoc. Kerker & Hoover, Dunlur In MEATS II iKliiist. prices pnlil for IiUIuh, lnrd, tin low gainu, etc N EM A II A OlTY, N 15 BR ASK A. NEMYH AISTOCK FARM J. H. SEiD, Prop W KM A II A, NEHUAHKA. Uroudorimtl Hhlppor of Duron Jorsuy mill Potaml Clilim Hoh Best no, low prices. Farm ono mile Houtli of Nemaha. Nemaha Cornet Band. Is now prepared to furnish good mimic for entertainments...

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

-pww. wv . mwBBgBUunummi TrMim.m'aw.VJLUMiiutKwmvjjJiu!utuzmsiwmmtmmrsm aw jjiiujii.u.i-uuimiUjuiiiMeiiJmu-u)i.i n r t kujmhii1 nn.PLmm.m'tjmmjumiiui.i.jim. iimim mi m imuii dvertizer. VOLUME XLII NEMAHA, NEE11ASKA, FRIDAY, OCl 15, 1897. NUM33EK 1(5 Efa Mebmska V ( I- ii Local News. Call nnd boo us for job work. Old papers for sale at ttiis office. Mrs. Fairbank for flue millinery. W. W. Seid went to Johnson Tugs day. Deputy Sherilt Hill was In town Monday afternoon. Prof. James It Dye was In town a few hours Tuesday afternoon. E. D. RogerH, of Auburn, gave ua a social call Thursday morning. The usual services will be held at the Methodist chinch .Sunday. Julius Gilbert, .in old wettler living near Johnson, died Tuesday morning. Street Commissioner Zook has been doing some good work in the west part of town. A drizzling rain I ell hero Sunday. It rained nearly all day, but not ver much water fell. It. 0. Ilrowii. liviug Uut-e miles tins side of Stella, brought us a big load ol com o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 October 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKKH, I'ublUher. NEMAHA. NEIIRASKA. XJM.AXXXJLXAXXXJ.J.XXJ-A.JM-y' t -- - i - - - OCTOBER 897. Sun. Mon. Tuo. 4 Tl 18 25 10 12 17 24 31 9 26 FrTTiWTT THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nows. AVAHIIIN..TON NOTKS. Tiik president has appointed Luurits S. Swenson, of Minnesota, United Sttitcs minister to Denmark. COMMtHHAIlV OkNKUAI. SUU.IVAN llUH inmlo Ills un it u ill roport to tho Necro tury of war. 'J'liu expenditures for tho your amounted to 82,1(J5,20, of which 81,072,702 wus for tho subsistence of tho urtny and tho balance for tho set tlement of claims and other purposes. Tiik bureau of statistics has issued tho table showing tho exports and im ports for August, tho first full month under tho now tariff law. Those figures Bhow for that month tho larg est export of domestic merchandise of any August in tho history of the gov ernment. Tho exports were 870,400, 2(54, against 800,080,081 for August, 1800. COMMIHHIONKll OK I'KNHIONH HVANHllUH iss...

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

f r; rU j.jf' V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDKUS, roblliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. MATILDA ANN AND ME. When the nights nro Rotting longer, And tho frosts begin to fall, While the early pippins ripen Hy tho mossy pardon wall, Then 1 tnke my easy rocker, In tho kitchen after tea, And we're happy as two lovers, Just Mutllda Ann and inc. "While she washes out tho dishes, In her deft and dainty way, 'TIs a pleasure Just to watch her, And I haven't much to say, As she sets them In tho cupboard, And wo both of us agree Js'ot to light the parlor burner, For Matilda Ann and me. So wo put our feet together Closer to tho glowing hearth, ' And declare there no'er existed Such a homo as ours on earth. Then sometimes she lets mo kiss her: Shades are down and nono can see, Else I'm sure they'd stop to envy My Matilda Ann and mo. Lalln M. Mitchell, In Housekeeper. CAPTAIN CLOSE II V CAPTAIN CIIARLKS KING. ICopyrlght, 1894, by J. D. Llpplncott Co. XVI. Continued. Then, whon May en in a round niitl ...

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

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER f, BANDKIIS, I'ubllhr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. TOUCHING TALE OF A TENANT. With pride tho nRont told me, as wo talked about the flat, Thnt children were prohibited I might make sure of that. Tho walls of fretful babies and tho yells of husky boys, The HcreatnlnK of the children that, wo know, alanl annoys; Tho stamping and the romping and tho sounds of youthful strife Would havo no placo whatever In the lucky tenant's life. I closed tho deal right joyfully and felt I hnd a prize, For I was sick of children, with their shouts and lusty cries. I longed for peaceful slumber when I went to bed at night; I longed for quiet ev'nlngs, for I felt they wero my right; I wished thoso calm surroundings that, as ev'rybody knows, Must ever bo essential to Ufa of true re pose. I'm sitting In that quiet flat whllo writing these few lines, And Just across the hall I hear a poodle's plaintive whines; Two more Join In at Intervals, whllo from tho yard below A larger dog Is barking at ...

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

Y. v 1 SUCCESSFULLY TESTED. A Now SyBtom of Drought-Dofy inff SolTGulturo, Invented liy XlnrAy XV. 'Campbell, Dnkotn Fnrnver, lint Not Patent ed Good Thing tor Weilern JParnicra. IBiKsclftl'Chicajro Letter. Four years ngo Hardy W. Campbell, a farmer living near Aberdeen, S. D., be gan to Investigate in a modest way the possibilities of overcoming the evils of drought in that part of the west. He ascertained that the average precipita tion from snows and rnius in the semi arid region is 20 inches a year which is equivalent to 2,000 tons of wnttr on every acre of land. Most of this moist ure comes in the winter and 6onks down deep Into the earth from which it Is rapidly exhausted by the hot suns and warm winds of early summer, leaving the ground dry and parched at the very time when the moisture is most needed for the sustenance of plant life. Ex perts have established the fact that a crop which in this dried stage weighs three tons to the acre does not require in its growth more than...

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

DEADLY KAT I'IN. Herbert Crow Receives a Fatal Stab from a Young Woman. Funnily Trouble Drive n Mnn to Kilt llll Wlfo nnil Then ('(iininlt Suicide Charged with Trulii Kobbery Stabbed In mi Altercation. JIahtinoh, Nob., Oct. 12. Herbert Crow, a young business iniiti, was fatally Htnbbed by a young woman of this city, the girl using her hat pin. Tin stool entered the young man's wide and broke oil'. Tins physicians have bi'on unable to remove the lost portion. The weapon used was In the nhape of a toy dagger. The victim re fuses to rive Hie inline of the girl who did the deadly worlc or the cause for the Mime. Jle wns on the street when he called to a passing cabman and was carried to a physician. The doctors .say he will die, but he eon tin lies to re fuse to disclose the name of the girl who ('ave him his death wound. It is said he was struck by his sweetheart, in a jealous rage over another young lady, both being (laughters of prom inent Hastings families. TWO WOUI.D-IIK MUIIDIIIIK...

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

1, ( T THE CISNEROS tjASE. i 0f?tho Res- Nothing Serious Will Com'. cue of the Fair Pri sonc United Stuff TrPKiircr 3fll,, Ulrport I'rinontiitlon of Niitlomfj llint Vol for Uc(l(iiiiltiiii Ovi Capacity of tliu . rtux Hi t.' Washington. Oct. 1'J. -Noaariniiccd lie felt that horiom unPic:iUol,s )U tweuu this uvoniinuut aiin Spj will grow out of the liberation, of am;s Cls neros from the Spanish dungeon at Havana by the reporter for a New York newspaper. There Is notiiiug in the existing treaties under widen shu can be extradited. In an excess of friondlined-. for a foreign nation the president, in the discretion vested in him as chief executive of tlie republic, might turn her bad: into the hands of the Spanish authorities if tin urgent demand were to be madj upon him. For President iMcivinley to take such action would be to arouse the American people into a high state of excitement and, with a knowledge that such would be the ease, it is extremely doubtful whether the Spanish governm...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 October 1897

iviuiKmii)un HDini.iwitj'jU'i'if '-iiiifii'i mjiyiii n'l'i'invn'iiji in n.'.jamijni The Nebraska Advertiser Twnj;:)-3Hcwifirc3B:Kf.ta.i.u'jn,l4.,i SUIISOIUI'TION, - 61.n0 I'ICIt YKAIt Fill DAY, OUT. IB, 187. iiiiuimminLimwijnniwill limn iiimim iiiiiim !&i . can ,H1 Newspauor ficpublii P? Tho fact that d man stands well in tho cointnunity whore lie Uvea is a good recommendation. .1. M. Anderson ia highly esteemed by tho citizens of Johnson, and will draw many votes from other partiea. lie 1h well qimll" fiod for tho position of county judge. Tho votora will make no mistake by electing him to that position. W. II. Hill haa been tho moat efll clent deputy sheriff Nemaha county ever had. Ho attends strictly to buai iiohh, and captures a larger proportion of tho crltninala he gooa after than any other official Nemaha county ever had. Ho is deserving of election to tho offloo of sheriff, bccaiiHo ho lias shown by his actions in tho paab that ho is all right for that poaition. ICvorybo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 October 1897

umutLijunu mmuu 'iHfJU'im'M) ' .miu 111 '" u'liwu, nmi"j w wnw-nimJnn'Trr --rt'. The Nebraska Advertiser . If. NIJ'IUiltH rubliihtr. SUHSGHIPTION, 81.00 run YBAiJ Fill DAY, OOP. 10, I8!)7. S7 Ncwsp r RcDublican 1 .mLft jJLltiimwwmmimfKjJIJ fl , jflPfcwi iw C Tho fact that u man Htanda well in thu community where ho Uvea ia u good rocotnmondution. J. M. Anderson Ih highly esteemed by tho citizens of JoluiHon, and will draw many votoa from other parties. Hh Ih well quuli" fled for the position of county judge. Tho votera will make no mlstnko by electing him to that position. W. II. Hill Iiiih boon tho tnoflt efli dent deputy HherifT Nomalia county ever hud. Ho attends strictly to buai neaa, and captures a larger proportion of thu criminal!) he gooa after than any other oHlcial Nemaha county ever had. Ho ia deserving of election to tho oflleo of sheriff, because ho lias Hhown by hia uctioiiH in tho paat that ho ia all right for that position. Everybody Iiiih a good word to aa for It. M...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 October 1897

Avtrtim. H Illkl'H ill Hunk trtuxt'd tli dsy mmfi c 'fnf ft fa H )t fi It 21 Tm (U X ir ( h ft VOLUME XLrorc n alllSj ticatio Local 3Sfi spuiir,. lliss. Heavy frosts this week. Cull and seo us for job work. Old papers for sale at this ofllco. Mrs. Fun-bank for Hno millinery. Bring us some wood on subscription. W. W. Suid wont to Johnson Tues "A lino rain foil here Saturday and Sunday. llobt. Frost is building a barn 20x00 feet on his farm. J. M. Workman lias moved into Mrs. S. A. ScoviU's house. Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Armstrong drove in from Auburn Friday. C. Shuck got a (hie hog for his Berk shire farm a fow days ago. Mrs. Jonn Lambert and Mrs. It. L. Keister went to Western, Neb., Tues day. Joe A. Winters, "for county clerk," was in town Wednesday, interviewing the people. Mrs. B. A. Minick wnt to Johnson Thursday, to visit her daughter, Mrs Melissa Scotleld. Almost two inches of rain fell in the storm the latter part of last weak and the iirst part of this. Win. Mead is building an ad...

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

dvertizer. ;vik it ... fc Jj-J v ehmska jFl sonO',' &T fi h x A- -111 IfllllK iirtiixt'il -fll DIUIK. AT- til Vrffc. VOLUME XL' I'orci'. ro ultUU, 'llcatlo M iss. Ilonvy frosts this week. Call anil see us for job work. Old papers for sale at this office. Mrs. Fatrbank for fine millinery. Bring us some wood on subscription, W. W. Seid went to Johnson Tues day. A fine rain fell here .Saturday and Sunday. Hobt. Frost is building a barn 20x00 feet on his farm. J. M. Workman has moved into Mrs. S. A. Scovill's house. Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Armstrong drove in from Auburn Friday. 0. Shuck got a fine hog for his Berk shire farm a few days ago. Mrs. Jonn Lambert and Mrs. It. L. Keister went to Western, Neb., Tues day. Joe A. Whiten, "for county clerk," was in town Wednesday, interviewing tho people. Mrs. E. A. Mmick wsnt to Johnson Thursday, to visit her daughter, Mrs Melissa Scoileld. Almost two inches of rain fell in the storm the latter part of last weak and the tirst part of this. Wm. Mea...

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

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i.i. , m '' W. XV. 8.N!)i:KH, I'ubllsher. NEMAHA. NEURASKA, TILE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa -WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tiikahi'hv olltoltilH regard it us prob able Unit tho gold reserve will touch S1C0, 000,000 by tho end of tho present crop season and before the demand for small notes comes to an end. Sk.vatou McLauiu.v, of South Caro lina, speaking at Washington the other day about tho outlook of tho approach ing session of congress, said that ho thought tlio financial question, Hawaii and Cuba would keep congress very busy. Tho outcome of tho Cuban trou ble would be, in his opinion, tlio com plete independence of Cuba from Spain and the ultimate annexation of Cuba to tho United States through tlio leg islative action of an independent legis lature of Cuba. Officials of tho agricultural depart ment at Washington believe that such a allowing has been made as to indi calo tho success of tlio sugar beet in dustry in Missouri. l'JtKHini:NT MqKinimy has d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 October 1897

Y h Li' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. W. SANDEItS, I'nbllihar. NEMAHA. --.. NEBRASKA. THE BLUEBELLS OF OLD. As the famishing wretch with the glut tonous eyes Gnzes llereely where plenty's arrayed. So 1 eagerly turn from these colorless skies To the cedar's embowering shade. There we wandered ut will In the grass wot with dew, Having never a care to evade: There the hreezo swept the leaves till tho sun shimmered through On tho bluebells that grow In the shade. -Ah! the bliss-laden hours that dreamily passed Unawares whllo wo aimlessly strayed. They wcro dearer than aught that awaits In tho vast, Somber depths of futurity's shade. Cun the future restore to the heart of tho man The unsullied delights of tho boy? Can the years which aro part of futurity's plan Give him back youth's unreasoning Joy? Will tho cares and tho burdens of weari some days Ever pass and his soul be arrayed In the Innocent mirth of tho laddlo who plays Where tho bluebells grow sweet In tho shade? Idle fanciest No m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 October 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ...,.. W. W. SANDKU8, I'ublUJier. NEMAHA. NEURASKA. 'HIDE AND SEEK.' "E-nlo, me-nlo, rnl-nlf, mo, I3r-stnndln' tip In elriKlo row, Countln' down 'n Imck once moro, Jlst one nhorter 'n' 'twaa before; Tnln't no fun tcr hcv trr blind, Rest er party hard tor find. On'y two left! Count It itlow "E-nle. me-nlc, ml-nle, mo." Hobby's left, 'n I nm out, Bo he turns hls-se'f erbout, Hides Ills face ho he enn't ace Whor we'ro scnmperln', Ted 'n m "Five nn' ten tin" fifteen uny, Hurry up! Don't bo all dnyl" Mnkes him croxs I counted ho, "E-nlc, me-nlc, ml-nle, mo." Teller strnwstacks piled up hlKh, Cllm' on top If yer mln' ter try, SniiKRlo 'way In an' out uv stent, Hobby'll hev ter hunt all night. Hero ho comes Jest on ther run, Ted an' mo keep pokln' fun, I'cekln' down an' whlsperln' low "E-nle, mc-nle, ml-nle, mo." Fpocklfs files up there ter lay "lCut, Uut, kut, ku-da-a-kut"-sny, Wa'nt slio scared, 'n how she llew, All ther hens "ku-da-a-kut," too. Hobby wonders wher...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 October 1897

1 ( X LAFAYETTE SQUARE. One of tho Most Interesting Local ities La Washington. In Iln Vicinity Mont of the Grcnt Men of the Kntion Have Hnd Their Iloiuen nt One Tlmo r Another. Special Washington Letter. Although the capital of this republic Is not yet a century old, it is rapidly be coming a historic city, filled with his toric places, and one of the most famous localities Is and always will be Lafay ette park. This largo parallelogram Is directly opposite the white house, on the north side of Pennsylvania avenue, and is as large as the white house grounds, ex cepting, of course, the vnst acreage of DANIEL. WEBSTER'S HOUSE. verdure between the south front of the white house and the Washington monu ment. Although this park was set aside in memory of the great French patriot, who came to America and aided Wash ington and the revolutionary forefa thers in their struggle for liberty and independence, it has been called by many people Jackson square, and is referred to by this name by m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 October 1897

CIIAIUjBS A. DANA DMI). Tho Groat New York Editor at Last Succumbs to Disease. At nn Advanced Ago Mm Illustrious Jour millHt Pusses Awwy lln Worked with Oreeley ninl Won I'liitia it Killtor of tlio hitn. Nkw Youk, Oct. 18. Death came to Charles A. Dun u, last of tliu groat editors, ut l:B0 ycaterday afternoon, lit his summer home, (2 Ion Cove, L. I. His death had been expected for sev eral hours, and hia family and physi cians wero at tins bedside when the end came. Ills condition had been Hiieh for several mouths that tin: mem- w ';' UIIAKI.KH A. DANA. hers of his family had kept themselves in constant readiness to go Ut his bed side at any momeiiL Tho cause of Mr, Dana's death was cirrhosis of the liver. On .Juno 0 he was at, his olllee, appar ently strong mid healthy. The next day he was taken ill, and lie never afterward visited flfuw York. He was Iti years of age. Nketelt or lit Mris Charles Anderson Dana, journalist, wus horn nt Hinsdale, N. II.. Augusts. MID Ills Ameri can nn...

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